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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 19, 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: VID00051
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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faR STATE : quality of both the orsflge.and grspeiruit. Every rrower shpuld send to A l N was seized bjthe ) entrusted Jhe, picking and pak 'to' same value. ,'. crop two pound of raiilnil; wash and- :'

.',' The 4ruil from the Philer & ren Patch. 17- North Market .. Bos foC. Ctro on men who.were"saId to b* jud. ] Sa. dry one pound of currants; cut one;
Watkins 4t only justly celebrated ton. Mass., for a complete-list the Jx'W the step. mntlitarynecessity. and pikr. The buye.and the Ts-UeUata pound of citron into stript at thin. s'

. OF FLORIDA (for grove excellency D and delicacy commission merchants who"belong to L f .' and the-Venezuelan flag was amr--.much downcast I a tome pretty .har'criticism oi paper, and blanch and chop one pound
it -' p hoisted on board the steamer. \>ver the result of the .p.ratexm.' of almond and pecan mixed. Sift one' '
its citrus
: of flavor alto for keeping qual ''h. le (ir'ohal a* a fruits
f ,ities. bu & Watkins the p. St. ' tilfWQ The advc. from Caracas further ir*.. tion. He made' a cdie confession Don't ha/<, t. the fault ii. pound of flour and two teaspoonful of- -
b to
Pbie llT for *1BOUO, blh has te* Cam**** .> Japejaesw Came.At I dlcat th 1m. tension is arising b ake., the buyer to do "W,' right' '0..Own mb(ta. Mr.'Tabei baking powder into a mixing"bowL ', .

dTKM OF iNTEBBST" 711 AU.'yThEUTATL'been under the management -ol the column of your valuable pa IMPORTANT IM wean Grma and British n.V l pcke..tud or Keasoner Broker*, neither.of them Make an opening in the. centre into

Col. Walkins* Including the present per are principally devoted to the : SECTIONS?, eOmdra ovr the'method 0( ) ale ace that do.thl right can afford to make murepresentations; which the other Ingredients are to be)

crop oa {ih. treei.which has been sold terests oi the faler. and fruit; u JI: t.deld'; The, German uthoriuea some halllinl the buyer I they are both men of reputation 1 hav poured,' working,all, gradually into the%

but not all delivered the grove' has era I feel it a duty I owe .0. wil de.iv. action, ,aDd i agreed <,o take te oraale. at the pric deal with both of them lor, a flour ,-
from $ () X OOO brother farmer to write the adv that the) first agreed to b* repacked fact. jo The other ingredient are cod pound
to net profit .my --. many years. The many
ODdl'D of.Crop* end PrdUO .pd ,IJWT.T; .o.;Petersburg'Sub-Pea.- ence along that line, mr Orlm* r .. .a.i bay landed'a _a Grmn force betide under the buyer' supervision. in we do not, know our .own J farms nor of butter, creamed wi'bon.uod'of'4"' '
(''N'WW. from the' OOUtt ..*) IWork may bboth trln.i.trc t.t. gtsi.AIcg.d; P .< seizing. thr British .pre.ence'of the seller. Th andre-1* 8OC what they .are- adapted to grow:' be.idei'thcre sugar until-it is a* light and foamy, at '

? -' ive to your tutdt other la commander desires-to proceed slower boxes,of orangesin repacking 'Is no 1 have, ever whipped cream: The yolks'and white '
ltui the- fl&dP.Jp... _.d' .Of-. tos on'the; nursery of1 Oriffing nol' *, I came Lke, -the) Proelden*. *T and more in accordance wit the usual sorting, shrank 43 boxes and cost about ueen in (and 1 hive country.been from the Atlantic of tixT egg, beaten separately until '
; near Haile. is going on rapidly I _Una I *>ni course\lof result otthisfrictlo $ to correct the defectiv and dishorn light One
JrO. is 18 year ago to make my fortune .rait % tt IdipoCl.-. 2 r ] to theJ acihc and trout Key. Wen teacupful of cold water.
'a -- and a large tor. oi men employ.eel lug citrus fruit and to enjoy it in mydeclining l I.: J leading dipto et wcrk to. the Great Juakes) 'that is vi spotted Beat the yolk Into the sugar,' add theater
a. great scres'otreesplanted. representatives turned & 'will '
many in< Florida'. deliahUulcimate 1.lic *t Cracl have .I that. Florida on the You will and., one teaspoonful of extract '
bait FIRE
Government year IN same,40.,
United Slate* In few it will be'on AT1NT. that it i .
reported the '
The a year is. not be worth thousands of dollar to him of vanilla- and *
lkel two
in a.home tinder the shade of Often. *nndland so it will ngi teaspoonful of '
'decided to make a number of improvement " of be largest$ nurseriesin tl.State vjn and fig_tree.: I made the Hh in,'the'bet/bi the Brtali' participate in seizure ol in his fruit business, i''h* will only sprout pe., and 'the' best Florida land grated nutmeg. fleet the batter just ) ,

on Eginont Key. where the fortification 61 It i i.thii Situated placeAlachua about eight Inquirer.I .. lut" grove all ricbt I-put forh. m)b.t Doc' CIOfl- 01 'At1al'. wipd the c.toboua,pilicists, ,,her I this it borne tatth.out. fruit heedyiu ta 'Suppose commission he n.itne the. with' several grades "intervening; A"enderlo" enough to mix it smoothly, and then,
} ca.ide a stir In the fruit ,
JaX arooed handful time
: to Tampa energies enthusiasm and : conies along and to turn all one at a
01 character of
v. Aikie' rofll the many. improvement- happy while doing to,. but when Yel tucces o.t I Llo bia b.4 operationv-wtll. ' b North, and laid commission man had .nd i*.alike; liestick* in t until it, is ,all evenly and smoothly .

have contemplated a-clion think your numerous readers'oughtto seemed ..ured. the beautiful groves cU.lR a I do. The C l.ldtrably-Interrupted : made a report-such as-the buyer had -trifolistas in soil not htted (lo any worked through the batter. Line a
been r
which know about our and $5U00u0.. .fr. Ten German and four Britishrcut- developed in Florid what would have '
orange aa /
deep cake'pan
furls .rov. .on which. we had spent ao 'much I thing in. the shape 'ot a tree. greased paper several '
has ben taken by which twO .. gardens.- The June weather al through money and hard labor were frozen to the lumiureor r Sn i lOn captured the Venezuelan fleet Dee beenxth reputation the -eeller would They I fa>| to grow and the whole business layer thick, pour in the batter and

will be constructed oil, the Ie) Tb November has brought fowad the ground and our fcftid hop blight A Au.lin 6a bout ;$ V. They went alongsidethe Venuu. havv, given the commission man? i i. condemned. bake two.hour*. This cake keep well. '

loru,: 1UiVC at, lealt .ixtor eht and they are beautiful; e. ed.- While.many were com duct ni:=*tantngJt trppcoar si' ,With lan lla! ordered them to . .The ''buyer related twoother cases 1 have had about dlouralwa. Bake 'fruitcakes in a moderate oven., .
gun each.; They will be so disposedas gardens, which though general if their pth.r "'not in .ucl o'clock the Nor to$5'UUing. .. uac. a. ut e shot being fired very similar to the abv; and, the last experience any one tr'lol.t.' and the best test of alt is the cake Peel ,,

to completely' cuvor the north Channel scope fine celef ple"etr.pnnile. at once great 'tPitY to corner of Peach- ald German force seized twd -..would proven -that-the but 1 have learned some ing; away, or shrinking from the tldej '
tblal. tink
_, and to dclend the southern chan- and strawberries for the home their groves by cut a structure on the' ..' 'wboi si*. the Beetinth,, Darn. ,of the German sellers themielve .were thdishonestpartie 1 have a neighbor that of the. pan and from the pipe in the

"e ol any vessel. tel trade. Experience; too; has added ting down the desdirunks and training tree and Mareta" tkCfl'UPhthaoffices Emperor and thfUKfng: of'Ellaland if their statement b.1 been ac got noo,Satsumas on trlolat; b.was middle' This is a better test*than run- -"nta lfu ed-tter to this, succcMi.,1 hart never-seen the : stories were Two of the vessels, which 'as the truth, and accepted
con ; Up..prt.-rO their roots which deutiata and .tor. uder.. cepted Jruit so enlhu.ialc tha 'me into the fling a itrsw into the take to see If it '
most approved defensive engineering gardens look better or more advace in were into.the best varieties of physicisill. $ going repairs. ,were broken up. The and ;purchased orr their wore tome extent of 50 trees.- comes' out free of batter. Use great, ,

tie. and will be upon the most The orange groves. too.-show efec of fruit, and in four years aftera le ;.Tbe. NC5Cr'' i4 a te the Oennaa harbor tmiser-t-aaiber teamed into NoWi,,thi*.buyer bad had fifteen ,e, If one of my tree i is three feet high care in this test-not to,draw the cake,'

formidable ol the. world's lorlifcation. of ih. open weaber.-aad have large outlay of money and more hard Slok buhldinKn'te the entrl Clt with ber during these proceedings experience ai a growtrtDf Citrus fruit, tONUytIdo' no know it, arid -short far enough out of the oven ,for the

IHie guns wil'f- enormous ed to takefull advantK ..o( it. 'The labor we- felt that we _r again on only pntio.' wala b .the Jacobs dek.ce.e4 for action.-"The and had established a reputation lime[ ago my neighbor laid h* thought I cold air- to 'strike If If a-draught-',-,-

we'Khl'itn. apiece. Each will fruit. is -excellent quality.' and b the 'right road to prosperity- and ac The building occupied ) buildIng .leamer were taken outside for putting up .Kit own fruit i* would dig the one up and throw I air strike a hot cake before it is thor-,

b.rile. weighty projectile gained at least ten pcccnt. in tenc .*, but the tremendous blic- pharmacy adjoining tbe.rr. .the .harbo the and at o'clock this in such 'a painstaking and attractiveityl it over the fence, oughly done, it will fall and no culinary 1'

. a great dla1nce. Since lhelrl With' all .good we must have fume card of *W nearly swept our re.u.etate 'ort Marietta- street wa.&td and moraine, Marguerita' .4eaerah'Crespo.'Tutmo *' that h* ,had-a-standing? 0 I had a kumquat on "trifoilata.}" they ,skill can undo the harm. ,A thick,coat -

cstabliklmient army posts bad, and every grower realties that hi groves from the face of the gutted.; and the Jacob p1* thrf, "er. .unl The (Jsiun" 20 tip Oo 'cent a box. _more than w, did finely. year ago last month that of icing keeps out the air and helps to

mouth of ,jth< bay the forts at Egmont must be wel equipped against th.nisnyenemies this disheartening destruction of their the Snol. Coi"oan .u.t.n", fir*. .tb-.e..1 .pred in view"of ever -paid on general purchases. llmentioned nap came along, a per cent went preserve cake. ' '" '
Key'have not very They the grove' .n..rd. the farmers commenced ''experi ua J. o tl ; Charge two of his neighborr who cold I
ban .UQnl. ol .. groves -.several ''H, triievreux.'who and branc 50 per cent wentto Boiled Icing.* To one':cup of ingar'
placed Eternal vigilance is with other In order to Water did cl.lderble .mt. notified good a reputation and gOt ,
were ( 'lhe''ri. menting crop the the commodore of the enjoyed as the bank lost someimalMwigs. add two tablespoonfuls of water.' Boil
allied cent
protecting the port through which sup cess, and those who ud these recover their lost fortunes, and in many stores ar. tb. i. the fleet thai aa good prices a* himself because-ot .pr until it will thicken, bur not candy, in'' '
and troops'may be Ihip"d The preventatives most judicial have the those that si feet. OIa propry'ol a French11i& the rugged honesty and the attractiv- I,have not made much of
in.lanc. oWed-"dtabe man. O. cold water. Beat the'white one egg
located Wel.
1. small hotel -
fruit and
rhea which is now & brightest b.t. treeL-RI crops were very successful The Williams 10u.a . seas of their packing.- of I for the 'j- "stiff froth and add the boiled '
; trfolit to a sugar
and is a powerful Coast Advocate. the : of the ; 'naval plan* f Germany aridGreat
twenty guns in their efforts, and are today again on ;10 JQb that packIng Wy neighbor' first
- This buyer says tnd.idaa ago while,hot, beating ateadily. Flavor to' ,'
it I. for SeC
& .for its size, although -not independent and happy but in very pharmacy building, ; cot'ined Britain provide the patrolling should be I
large enough ty effectually cover all of The Waters .Carson Grocery Company -' those who owned sixty-five lodgers! and for Some> time I olthe", Venezuelan cost b launches, ( houses covered wt am fully pruaed.were either in taste. Spread over the 'cake 'with a
groves ) before '
many the neighborhood they ever '
the with its The fort wa shipped twelve of ormges in.tnc. rumors prevailed that loss ot 'life had In order to prevent and-for reced broad bladed knife*,* -- '
passes crload. .mu"lhoa. that
aun. i
on' .very high pine considered central packing hoiu. so the hand pf the or |a
placed that it would command the in the past week, among the of the bo the blockade of tbo. portswhere large hurieryman Icing Without Egg*. -'One teacup of
so makin.abut bslt for culture tup- shall be a I trio
orange ocurree Iue.t. brand of this house passport : am. sure
the the lran.prtion. quit and half of tweet milk;
deepe.r and narrower channel to 3.t) boxes. Prom now with vari Fire Chief declared toonighr'that : the customhouse I..e not been i i. sat sugar 'a cup
north and in an imperfect way tho cember lath shipments will, go .very p.ed after experimenting there that all the had escaped i taken over in order to prevent vessels to an)market. This buyer fruit pack lolal. if conies)J r. they are stir and cook together until it thicken
that were no crops Ie.t. of suffer much
and it ] lave been catch cro. -"" ports occupied by the al- ti. era perfect ; wi a Remove from the stove and beat until
southern pass wonii fast, so as to thc'Cbri.tnll trade. on their land successfully nbrmed i .voidinl th ialeclhat ina than and November '
defend the bay mcainsi clintee this,procedure, if it hat only jo b.un more .tock i is thick and smooth as satin. Flavor
qute iuthcielil to They have contracted for the crop on fair profit for expense 'street "car service of the I Naturl) thishigher i i. a little for ; ,jt '
the enlra.ite ol powerful khips. As the John L. Morgan's (trove a Lakeland.the and brings me downto' 1le,.was a, period. oT I] necessary, would require a few boated ia.tancCI is all tha. will 15 in just that is the trifolitarbut with lemon and spread on the cake For
connnanued by lbr. Tl. IltaOd.. of l vessels Great packing a year fr above quantity.
two pastes which are chairman of the aboutfour thefiercest pWbr as -Brit a large cake double the
rilro.d cmmi.- the ad FloridaIrom
I brine to of
the to I I have hurt in
hn anything
the only I I' rescue the orange growers seen '
afford by.coe Put
the Element batteries Gat ette. of fire. The b.more in the Gelatine Icing. two tablespoonful -
.ion.-Ki.inmce. attention of the 'farmers who are situated progress burned the tremendous impending West( November.. .
i the bay. it can readily be than Germany a larger of into bO.n4-"zOYer
'entrance Wet gelatine a
seen that in II a lur can be a operated. The truck farms for miles aroundLeesburg reader in like of manner this article a. myself is benefited, and if a.I their buildings: nwtrnal were value mo.x was ol no the old The and I I portion of the work will fall on GreatBritain.unless I Indian man There that i i no .ee talking mile against ol the the with cold water. Let it .toak half an ,,., '

a* to prevent entrance'' be of,a hostile. are worth a trip to this section have after two, years experimenting Norcross building,the most valuable wf I Germany send outddtlua. ,- The first cargo of- stOl billets and Georgia line can ship a thousandjboxes tout to dissolve. Then add one cup of" ,
Heel will ben according to her first stir and train. Add pulverized '
ay ; -
lhc. interested in tilling the will, not have those dc'stfQyed.s* have'Wen 4e I crn be. imported through tr* of Satsuma fully and .the railing ,
Aside the additional forts to t be t anyone ben written niQlished t .; slabs ever to ripe, as much a* the gelatine
within sugar
in vain. After, the second a yer to. iak.'w.y will arrive in Pensa- in his buckskin when he
work the market demands of Penwcola money purse '
the dredges are at vegetable "N -" port
erected now Every i"* *" ** take and beat until smooth.
.i. Freeze of "W I could not make up my fomoua office ilructure. ''was I P -days .on the steatuelupWindsor. sits down to his Thanksgiving dinner will up,
twenty-five I cola ten
deepening the channel to and the soil i. able to produce "The \ of.San'Frndsco w'lhl and the cake
mind to abandon my high pine land and ,of(,about '$5O.ooO. eolulrelable. The'shipment mad from that juan know somethingou and I Flavor to taste spread-on
(fee.This_ work will. soon-he flllhed. the hiJhe.t state of' cuillvion.E. commenced experimentingwith crops of The heaviest monetary lost the Palace II Antwerp A. U. Kidrton&& Co., do 1 have learned a 'little, of it while toft. It wilt congeal or dry ,rapid -
tnakrl evidenCthe fail.'uP by o '
Tb'l' the merchants in.tbe i ibuddll Deo.'llh: | in honor of Clarence not the cake,
of them 'A.
various kind. but gave are
-? the be made War DepartmentJ'anipa the center ot the !naval Bay operations is to- -' '- satisfaction and I none had about become "bo 10. their vrio\ and b-.1] te Mackey, G. Wad. vice pre.ldenrndlen.rl Crane London.& Co... -of York but- :! to and take ordering another lesson a few 10.tloliat Cream of Chocolate Icing. "On* cup-
the 0 b
.A. M. Wilson.had the to kill of ever finding crop .There.was'eo.aldftsbie is for Birmingham ut of sugar;one cupful of cream of
in the Julf of MeSdco. and' the aoluck discouraged any appr W. JI. Baker and entire shipment hey. there is enough in tnlol.ta to .
Carjjibcau The twenty-foot chan, *n unmarke hOI on which that would In the enl0n carly i the .oru a tht the ( Compny.nd foundry. The cargo crni.t. of heT0. a- little study, and pJior chocolate 'and half cupful of.cream.
av.i.factlol. 'thamesewould the Postal Tel. eJ
nel'will '.an. in\he pund. ''The bog.was of spring of Japanesesugar. .pr..d.lab.: Kimba, )o pieces', of billets and 1,475 slabs the way, Irving Keck., Seat the 'whole together, flavor with' mPactmne.
t'nr-al""l the- people said would House and .entire' egraph Company* gentlemen are vanilla and boil-until thick.'
United yet some cane"which- It...was Central latter twenty feet in -length. It
State lowe claim that Berkhire. hog canno be 'nd'ihd 3wls busineapojon' plibi' ; I ihere to see the commencement of the powling Green Fla. Cream of Chocolate Cake.-' For' the.-
; citybue'ibe
the Importation 01
: bay there arc "idel of water which vary make good crop on hilhl heroicwork new'cable between that only recently that' S. ... . .
thirty to thirty-five jeet in depth. raised successfully in Manatee coumy.A .' in just the right to experiment of the fire deprlme.t con. Ilyinl'o tb steel commenced and tiiii i i. the'flrst The ., J> above icing, this it an'excellent'Take;
lined in
The loD Government, har recognized the If. Allbritton, the bog king.:Ms about with any crop.4hat-nrght) b row, the tire to a n.. an HOIOlulu Mr. Ward an ad- cargo to bo fetit through here. A cargo a C.w aa light as a feather; Cream togetheronecupofsugarandbalfacuPofbt'

:: advantages ;V>f Tampa nay and is hastening to sell hi. stock of razorback on the recommendedbefore- abandoning Whiiteiaan---street area. It i. .not beIi.vedj) tb. .. ;, f .the .of '.0 tons of pig,.iron is due here -Comfor.-'Cows must have cofor .

: to improve. them. The advantages range for fl.OOU,-Manatee River Jour pine land. so I procured seed can. damaged vladuc' i i.. Seriously I "Von fom some opinio'I tell to-morrow on the Ie.m.hlp Francisca or they cannot do well Give a ter. Sift two smj one-half cups of-

from this' action to the city need nal. enough to plant an acre but I am free extent of this great work this when cable will from Glasgow. the steel\ cargo good bed and a comfortable stall, withas lour and ,one teaspoonful of baking s.,, ,.

notbe dwelt UMJII| '-they .are obviou to say that I planted it with but a very The Snook building was originally you jhM"tbe lentl of it will be the nYst to be'iniported into much liberty I is consistent with >owdet together.' Beatone egg until
to .every one. -It will be only a flutter J. M. Wi.un Jr.. and J. E. Mose- slight bop.4 success -That-year was the old National Hotel which' during be three and When greaterth..n this the. United through Penatola security, ce.nlne.and convenience. igbt Dissolve two tablespoonfuls.of

., of f time b.for'fatnpa is made -one ot Icy have bulbt foityacres on Ote. very and it rew luxuriantlyand 'early reconstruction days was the headquarter any Atlantic will Lip to.eight months w-a--year,ago : the cream of chocolate in one-half.cup of

the 'moat important naval statlgns. 'It Laker Reedy Crook in I'was never more elated over my of Robert Tomb BenjaminII.'etpleed and system France to hardly a.sleimer sailed out, rout thisport of Ce.nline.-Jan. arrannqet milk. Mix all the ingredient well to-, ." -

the United States. l famous hunting paradise of the Sand- success in any- undertaking in'my life Jii Alexander and recb' Iro. the distance but that carried .a part of car the cow can b kept clean. Keep rether,' flavor with.vanills, bake' in a'
-' hill country. They have 'also boughtthe than I was' over that field or r.tbe political leaders China, tbreelorth. o I venture to 10 several hundred tona of pig iron. he stable clean. bin layer on .a'flat tin and when cold

There ( Steffee and Oakes houses nearby acre of Jap""es* anus nne. I sold a e around ,o. able to i formed one.' of the' principal Iem. Good Air.-Have the,,stable entiated cut into strips or squares and ice with
.a terrific 're them their it for seed and the bal PAY FOR COMMISSION. predict that b batluc' bu'nbne *
expluio' I and they will move onto part[ of- by crop I : of the ant beG C insuch: a way as to provide pure chocolate icing. '
dent'yJat Appka. that win tract. At last it.looks as ,if they lance I had manfactured into andI Senate at Washington has pass prophecy .Jrdhnt earb 8c !. February or The air for cows without 'jt G.j'D. :
Te' minutes by a meuageirorn making ,,
to :
town l. the eeryone i in" mel to carry through their long wish can say without fear' of contradictionthat ] several amendment. the bill San' Francisco to San Francisco pig iron I alio for Jhe Birmingham dis.trlc. cool. S I ,
leavIM plant of the Star-: form farm make the finest in the and shows he,.demand : .
.- bird Timber desire to an otter it syrup fixing the co anthracite in one-fourth that .now on Kindness.-Always kind to.cows, ,
Company .
a and 'B this is their experiment will world. I exhibited some of mv cane and it o time Ihl material. b .
wreck I I' .. so c strike commission nowgoes "The first now about to be hey will be glad to you when youcome'around. I.. '
employe '
ath he watched with great i'yS'P.* lorat; at the State Fair in } last conference. The sentiment of .cion S. ,
: verely injur'eraTo some acklnvU. I pr&ably will completed From lbs Florida' Speak gently to them The dun portiere.of the dawn, ; .
une.luls that otters beinv-ubw kill- November and it Senate strongly in favor of complecd b A'ileuljurhs" '
the rate are .tention I the was "
> large toiler or January 1. and never in angry RememberWard Rolling gradually awayi / \ ,
cult.1' =: of the ed. it only be'a vrtim* be- from the farmer than any ober I allowing the members of the commission ) aaU.t ole. '
and "badjy wounded four wi mate The remaining sections the cable V. Whit laou. ,saying: A border bat of roseate hues ,
in the at the fair. > who in the civil milltary. -' C
will same not or
fore be one exhibit L.t I are ?
touching "r" with
ah. "Mwhl1' nearly every. man and .tarma Iro HOolula. at .iVifC neit to Imp..ible I for "Always to a wouldto Fringed many a dancing ray,
in tone. the plume enlarged patch .service of the a lump
tho VL1"1*. was injured> in some regretful bird-Ki. ace. I Govrnmelt MaGila three thousandinilea ever famer to purchase: full a lady." '
simmee Valley Gazette. all readers of this article know sum for their services, and after considerable '
f which ,
way iJLl t was tolaly| ai and of been manlactured. .tok of good blooded animal on the Ezercise.--Give cow a chance My-lower-aah the splendors frame, '
The IPdant wrecked we have had an dl I debate .0'a. settled .'will be laid and in farm) know teX "
been upn yet
01 used oertio. w al from experience erciie in the open air .whip the A tapestry gorgeously bright
an hour Ph0r the aeide"t. :> the The Chadwick Brothers Captains c unfavorable season, lo in I as the proper amount, taking I hope .by the first of June that good yield the highest er is comfortable. Recalling dim cathedrals old:' "-'

'cause of explosion, is a tt, and S. J., made a 'record'brealn. crop of any kind and the that orange I matter out of the.hands of the Ire.l. wboleenKh\ oL the line will b about and that to in the shorten pro&t' Milking.-Milk! regularly the time Where olden gleam the dusky ,
The fireman n.y.ter1 instances the on I dent. the bill originally .
had mile in J '
been many Irovided the
ordered catch of mullet most
latTue.d.y. .utica Yet each between light
off day equally milkingiicows '
up mtoh.. tree curled and were dropping Several other \) Ianner. 4.
preparatory to .lartina the ''n- number.taken being over 4,0. I there are few farmer who are not able in the tame'order and by'theame
,' cry and had not consequently I believe that this season were adopted' fixing theexpenses of A fire which caused damage estimated 0. '
rl... "dl steam' required three bia sharpies Sbib thus variety existent to commence a system of breeding p-. .> milker if Milk -quick- ILOhr -
: when the CXpIQaofl hat been a test on the commission and the recorders at $200.0110 broke out in the seven- pliblc' '
took Pblace. The boleth, Booth White to a aver. will 'O instead of 'U selecting the very highe.t stock they I ly, but gently. milk each lee that great gray goose on-high' ,
ntire village 'was shaken catch the dock and all three of cane on high land a* it ever at per day, story Chase building, .Front street, have.
plol.on, and glass I window 0. bad up to fish their decks, the My field of cane has grown and leainatb. question of the amount i in Worc.ter. M... at 43t; > o'clock mating them carefully_and giv- time but do not keep. on stripping. af- From northward slowly drifting. by* ,
to on as have the
were shat carry leg care necessary fo With beak wide as to
The financial .teadilY4nd rapidly all through the entire of llary assistant recorders andemployes Dec. llth. The heaviest loser were C secure te you have got it. open say
terea. was no iniirance baa will be heavy; holds'nomenal could catch not contain aggregated aiL This-phe season. I worked it frequentlyduring to the emJili The TShearer,I C. proprietor of a department the b.t growth and then'' follow up. Feedinl Amount to Feed.-Feed "Glad news, good cheer I bring to,',

accd:" t this kind. .to cover aa1'h and loaded four A 0.0 re- the dl season by running a name of the also .loss is placed at tha aa carefully &jpoisible. .1 Jhey wi eatof f the proper i day." 'ft.
9 pundi car. over ground once each weekto changed to Anthracite Coal % Ar. tlOOUUO; the W. J. Wo. Company, This i i. the first plan and there ia no cinds food. concentrates should ; \

.ul. o this ,luccets.. Manlc John sweep'which i I. attributed success. I.bita n." .. .. ,S\rik nen:s clothing, which a loss ofThe reason why any farmer canno follow it be'fed somewhat in proportion to the The feathery goose fade from the sky, '

.Ocl, Sl; t h I olowlnl Lw. smiles Clay that reached eene. did not curl a lest( and my) young 0' _5 SAOTi1ER f out. A better plan one that wi amount of milk each cow can give and A phantom shape slow sailing by." '

concerDna showed no sign of the TRUST. owned R. Ql Tajrlei, give better results In a shorter be made to But in no case We words of gladness and good cheer t -

cecahil. _talCvie'__ :'u:, :,T'II, lbs inc. across Herald.the' railroad dok.-Pua. Gorda ange drouth tree have made a much better The movement liy.. which the ax and .f Worcester building was damaged by to the ex-. to select the very bet females there should the aye coa8titutc!I From this gray dawn to' eve shall. ,'
- m*. "' Manet, in outiide. My field tool are to c \ > are on the tarn and purchase bloOded than in hear ; '
Wi town growth than flees intee.. b nllidate4\ Losses almost covered more half weight, '
.; f.dy and mado The a pleasant Letters ptenehaveber- applied for i i. theadmiration' of all who have seen and wbib h&been Ioinl ten! ot $:,(. male of such breed a ia beat calculated matter of the daily ration-a safer rules Christmas.. --, : '
cll He varie his tie duties with side visited by many who I ly a year. at Readll. about consummated b iy insurance.The to mate with them to promote advancement Give -
( it and has been a to say only what
had encounter
I in at. Tallahassee b the! Florida Extract firemen to cenl 'one-thir .
f practically (t. III'Thotagh
way keeping wonderful desired .
tnllin / a few Rood Company, whose,chief offices and factory were &eplcal'abut.- its the kind tiuoke from the store, rom alona' lne.' Of they eat at one. .none left over .
growing a few eranges are in Titusville. The objects ot growth such' an unfavorable I I all the principal concerns.of the clothing store; and fully a course this ettail. some outa the la the manger or feed boxes lo themto leafy bough, lacing the win-1' ; ,;
t '. sweet potatoes and caae. and fattening the manufac/ season., but after the inspection in the country. The new combinationis by-moke. Assistant result secured are beter and a breath on and get"ouL dow apace - t t.g '

lhe finest lot of .boat in the this tnring company buying a,, ta/na.. dealing in ..hky say,thst, they .came unprepared to be known as the International' Ax were Engineer-overcm.Edward J. Jane was struck high graded stock i I. in so Variety.-Feed a variety of foods. The[ glowing moon, add' lovely .tight -,
Chancy' Miller' and Sej; such tight and and Tool Company, with a cpil.liation and badly much lets time:that farmer can more/ -and grace '* >*? -
all natural i,commercial.and manufactured to see a b.utiful : The plants on the head with an ax hur .er They will eat and digest morebecau.e
aU "
Welher. acknowledged to be the after the that I of .UO. of the firemen overcome by make the investment proft.ble of this Feed
.yrp' but
products; of buying, selling and sampling to have a valueof One nothing .
judge of swine .assertionthst acquired are ,-
in '
'blt hills tht section dealing in woods plants roots. -flbres have made no mistake in my. tao.aio.ww. is smoke i i in.a serious cdition When we come to consider the time sweet wholesome lo 2.
give thi. credit. in the about Cedar-
Tii and palmetto, and any and all productsthat it make the" fnet, syrup. economies I e8imate 4p5Three required to mature. the price received Rellarit'.Feed at the sam ',time .' '
these "
put up shoats that .s '
I l' several mona.( can be made fromany 01' them; amountinl the result men lost' their lives'and one when they are marketed* knowing that ) not be worrying ti"
he would ,world will wi '
have been aati.led if they had of producing_ making M: H. $loU b'efecle" seriously iniured'in No 1 slope of it costs more in proportion to receive. about their . Wssbtg Fimusla. -, "

,I .tipp.the have scale* 10 pound. n3. extracting and ntcnrnI all prod, Altamonte Spring Fl-. Sept,'OIt of o uodet one management. .Kingston Compny. at.Edwardsville. and prepare for market, *o far a la Balanced ration.Iced aa nearly'aspracticablea Most housekeeper know, to their'" "41

: .reached' &gone beyond that' an nets or thing'that can be made, pro -;----- S'sThe ._-,_-_ 5U _ a small aear Wi1kel b and expense to the farmer are con, balanced 'ration. But all sorrow that flannel and woolen under- '
the notch and '.wbi h wt* .re Dec. llth. The i as the work of cannot be put in the general '
duced.-manufactured or extracted fromwoods large. ttemriiery HEALT.H A brre P. men cened must a necessity cows should fed alike; those In- wear '
anothernionjh, of feeding., SOCIATION.A their when it i is don ,
which away
they Cigar were tbea.en.e wash especially
American considerably'longer,
will gee. he plants, roots fbre., palmettoor cently for the the American A..oiation. - .hil. lined: to lay on flesh shoatd be fed
feels' completed loaded
confident. they will other .located in th* Orleans resolu In up the slope of farmer'cannot afford to of the such't from home, unless in rare case whereon
I an being at New a < real *
weigh 2 pounds. He has twenty of ) growh Te Ford EI- Cmpnr in Tampa, will b* ready adopted adding, cars The slope-runner desired to !' keep th* average scrub ,., Better corn. and crbhydrte. turn all has a very faithful,, conflaentiou"
them >when slaughtered., "'ourh tio khift and h notified the men .*W .
place that insure the farm.ers anndreu.
lewweek number
.' Keetlnti off th. VavUe-auti for < the next countries represented in the association. tbe'tr. a le. will their feed into milk should bo fejitnflrcof
their; mat in cold storage jn Ocala Aaa opration.wibln" completed .* Chapman Wingate of Milwaukee to step They did not heed the profit )jin a .borer.time, even A Where there are both white and 'eOI-
'the Establishment of which he .! .: ef C.mb.I.wThe Xerehant*. I and in'shlftiag the car a I 'That of *such feed ored flannels wash then in separate1'
*if the >'i'l by the contractors.preparation submitted a:report: on the effort w.mln. the dashed though they'were no greater' When .-Feed both ctVrse'odder
one broke and car but'not
> benefits
greatest ever of sufficient im- Have the water warm
large i creation' by Congress itaelf would be an water. '
.the the'
mde for storing- to' ,
annual meetlna'of the I were o: secure olowhisr into tel and concentrated feed both
"ed the ele.entb. downthe teen ( woolen
on farmer of this count,) ot tobacco? ofva national department !ipf' portsnc to make the average farmer a jot and never put soapon any :"
i if National League pf Commission .Me I QDatitie many'ahip.nt the and hurling them with morning and evening.. Feed a
they will men mal soiled and,
only improve the opnortunity..VMr'TillJs which failed-because-the > Jea profit sufficient to for the investment garment unless very 41
have already
>.< !, I I. delighted with hi* chants of the United; State. will be held I work of getting the place in.shape was health was, considered.already .Cb force[ against the roof and sides ) fed of coarse fodder at !01 if Ol Hen only' on the tolled 'place "Add
the III to 'It found been accustomed to It, They
at ,' at to inc slope. When'picked was may
farming experiment- a umalt scale AaitorlU. Cical. the elec considerably bu.the a > "ot the fu compromise upon the the. up. ,dead and Then with earlier maturity cornea theIe.soulng..oIthe well without the noon H>rx-'to the water in the proportion, .
that-thrre a
aaen. were .0. of
a.saye h see, no reason why,if the a"o/al./ 1.-.5-.6. 'to b* . baa wow, Spooner bill passed.-; In.Ma. present I .. of lost for the prhap. teed of a tablespoonful to a bucket water.-
tlo the transaction .1 l I mel hd one.badly injured _'The ri.1 more at the other '
fails him flannel the .
rub the on make ia being law acceptable, in' t Do toot
a and tobacco already -
ca't l shape the '
b >een '
any Ibst.'map'QparIy.come I doe Ser f Benjamin Davis,.mlaer.Johw longtr,time,it requires the stock to should be'watered at '
good living out of soil. busine ., formal he State, W.ter.-ow. but wash between.the hand, dipping'
But the opening that
bfO. meeting*! ". I o i b WashkiswPeter stature for th. tnarket. thegreater thitisla. iut' twice'a day,when 0 dry feed and down in-the.water untilclean. ,,
this place will, be made shortly.: .i>o them
( up
Ic i
invitation'is: extended te then-etf*I T a Tepto' and .aho. Peo Who _--b.e4 t feed and the water should pure and ,make the mistake ot rin*.<
i Many
W 'B. Merck is going into the pork ficer and mttnber of'alLassocjatiowsl structure ing half .thrre-etory'brickp%The cv the rule and regulationaaftechlng their respective o- Injure \"" care for the &o.b lenpl of tame wholesome and .at a temperature thatbest la cold water which should .never-
a ng
'; bu.inon' a small scare, but Intere.te in' and tOI f the .hippn o. block i i. bok. by'a rmainer. face localitiesrJ ,' -ke.; longer, and mre Icet suit thea' 'I be k don as it hardens the flannel; have'the
to go Into jt more extensively tbl.dairy I 'inv The bie.of the dead were horribly required'to keep the gainitrg a* Salt.-- have at alt times '
.prou. belonging to,.the com Dr. H. M. Bracken presented an > rinse water the cam temperature
,. later;,:'Jb .recently fenced 411. several try and eggs to acquainted tOl . officer will-lme.on, pn, at erecting"( report on national .,Iepr mangle .. they should all 'of which i directly all the'. water their appetites crave, a* the other water through which they

t' '.cr.of land near' his shop .a with our members. Representatives the wh9 has superintendence homes. The report concluded! .thai Florida culling down th* profits. which it from one to two ounces daily. are washed.' Dry in the shade and iron' '

has purchased some hogs of good o frit.dat and trad pa- of .temm.and.withdrawal of. SW;," nur nreaen* I..owle.of- let I, L Iatyiistlv. ealar.t For tome time in Florida the farmer U the above' rules are folowd any while damp 'on the wrong sideFs' M

',' and with this a* a nucleus. he expects pen are .** Cn I' coThe company'*, tobsce tobc., rosy, i-, seems to your advisable - . orofit* on what stock he baa been able cow that it worth wi pay pedal car i Is required in washing thedelicat -

"- ., to soon have pork for tb lol market vention rate of fare and one-third stored in this place and the factories that the resolution adopted by this I it f.hiab. to den.c com I r' market have been well for. her car a'c fee-Dalf Wool flannel worn by infant a*, (

,:, and -later to ship. The subject.of haying b granted if one hundred persons at- i in this city,,.Key West, and other places association at the Indianapolis meetingin li.aio.ea class I .maler-nuP: .Creamery. they are more liable to become yellow '
cold '*tor>'< tending produce certifirate* which will be from Thi, 1000 be and that the work and ever striving Jo,circumvent those in .n St.- .. ,,
.; i'fc ) laciliti.if Eu.d..b. \ supplied there work reafrme" who I perhaps lb Cubl and thick. '. _ _
; &V 'already been suggested by"VC'.ld at all leading railway stations will require the services of a'guil. of pushing ala.bearing of prodnccv In-view I merely to use all Getting Ready fee CliatMsisa..W1ite .- .Eleanor LPsrker., ,

i it i i hoped' that before and must b obtained wl.buying many people and it i I. said that at leu upon this point b rferr or lefrllativ *- thi.the' following-Incident"b I the effor.t poesibFeto'lncrease .thor Fruit '' pound ',1 S 515 ,. -' _ _
given '
are passed those "bo'' wishto raise ticket" 0. ,H' BOO additional tobacco workers wi b cmmite. reluti i.. the, ,reader" .'cat- **!judge I profit whenever it done. of flour Into Ihdns'wl, with two -, Employ er-rWell. "what 'did h* say,. '
r "
,,1. pork -will b. 'abl., to cure their meat ., CicaK stand pre-eminently a* a el od. a. soon .the' bldinl i one ledlnl wa Qnnget faIr'dsnssnd': In-this. ,,: I If pure' blooded stock is'not attainable :teaspoonfuls'of' pder. Cream.onequarter whn von called for that money 1" '

J T"a weirnfre as anywhere in the. coon- cii ready, for : tion a* favoring of anatlonallprocariar .h farmer, good stock of a pound '
.0. aa pp. b.ia. it : bringing W.OO to I to every la. o wit Clerk- That he would break every -
try.-rEustis. Jk. Region. Ity. and vl.hor .mnDer ; : "; S.C i L ._;. I IAlenthy Sae delivered U.ower A buyer I lii; and the sooner the 'securing one pound of-sugar, until il light bone in my body and t throw m* out ot| ?, ,
; b&tina'the raenU'. a great :The scarcity ol fish in't this aaah 1 official aeeded a lie 4ep. of a I it is begun the better./ There has foamy. M lea opening in the flour, the window if I showed'my'' face thereagain. "'' _ _
Pre ; been .rd
'Mi. McCluug present tour has been fcity. W. Mielel" : I\d..I.l rlad' I hardly bees.a.time when stock and gradually the creamed sugar ,
; paralyzed the fishing .' I certain lot it county .0 .
"If '"one of for I "" Atest: A:Ware eo. ? laeust ler. reelnc at the Forell Part there Het I could purchased at prices and. butter into adding by degrees, '
obHrntia. tb 'la of Interest ; a I. week and the busy iceoet on the : "boatrofthe I teu o.e -aw tha b ne it 'Employer! Then back at one and
*. '.. ,crp.cdition. He T..ab. > every fro.Ccanrtbt'e I to the fruit. I to*that IOW i a fyorab.til. tb( w frohe wbte. of ten eggs; the go
', ,reports etra tht fo fruit and vegetable. the railroad and city,wharvei'tr* plur.' i Ianl the th* "II they ar all TeD I a a_preHnt investment in OO 'cocoanut finely tell.him.he 'can't frighten. 'me with his

-- a, fair yield .oranges .where he baa I] State,re-tv Florida* -The advaBtagaUofthl I of tl"p: I.I opined .'wi vessel.eep.t. bl..adt. them'at your I -t le', 'a stallion i I grated;.one pound of cito shaved into -, violence ..

I been in DeSoto and Lee c unties and *('league to the grower i la in the fact .!, longer For. the. pan zuela the O These advices 11. No tak t'loof I can -purchased at ',.r.a thin strips and into -. S. , -, .'
a yield of grapefruit than last I that ta shipment is made to any ao steamer urv d&t'tfce ; the. .te. I If applies la the bits pound of ( cop *! 1
lr. of thin and there three week* most of the fish seemtohave reached AH.opened < box .d /r O qn. on Mr*. Newlywed-How dar*,you -
c MR_, McQung member league .at.u..U of use, the almonds
his i split
trip tb gool"resdta ;
< !
: on three decayed and fruit I ad oa.t. ''
$; at the celebrated Nocate Grov* I any reason .epiios.that, t. has ',ought the'' tide' water-'near' :. the ale were what .i W U-lzd jseeond.-beauties orange but...not two I by judicious __ can madeI soonful extract of bitter nybillif, Papa pay*,them alU".

cUe byJPhiler & tkins.-which b i be.? any crookednesS ia.e ialeu which h, .habit;with tbemCat wol,'talcsn. in.the-matter.4hdinani oneatthird; box,mussetar fourth I far-reaching... 'It .lmet.'..possible .to i] Mix evenly,, and bake ia a. arOn. Mr. Newlywed- Ve*. hang'Itt' But?

t 'become world famous and report the .'lpe:the .ate CJb this season'of; t h.7.dfwbkbchanges ; i'bletba I .aa Sea mlx.a and poorly I bad up hat stock oa th*'lin U IU-OP']' pan,::lined, with greased paper. One \ haven't the nerve"to ask,bins;io pay

':- it if j th. finest grove he hat ever teen. laid before t.aer f about the"first of January Our lease/the/ ]Hi1 iah' .a-n abe Pad sejren 'a.ft oaea' I et. U lake/to' select the very best. hour and 'twenty, \ any ;of inine while' you see touching
4 it investigated.It th ) mlnut.e.pi.t
wilt .
and and with
V. CoU"tT.< JWatklns is'part owner 'caiehwe' tome'bottorn snbjertwiU to> MTh ,declined the though h*I that O.for redinI' a 0elDalo tb ck I the '
4 .'l' of U estimated i it is fotmd out that- the commissionmerchant f.he.1. ; G bt him up all tlurttmExchange.! 'ft'
( caWfwt the laslof.the.frnit
had the'n1t I 4.b ,
manager. crop place the* .
on. dealIn they taking 'Va Imp".a o "wh.f ,' '
:1. boxes h.. beertfiflty false. arc a t ala U. b.wbr. ', J'i-- '
} 12,000 o f worked ra. Milk -ia site
a.f cation and console 'themselveswith bol.
/1 O J Z"jbo" 'befsaiet Jaat ... 'cm.thorougnbred Crawfotd-* ; into1b" '
ibout'2OUO .
5' and its, yield "t' "' & that thlr I I. the closed It sHoifld I m34e.i! iup. Jc a* an ingredient but i for keeping jvropecti ; '
.1 1 boxes CaL sold his Crop, on eaguI.kI, t "f ,: t tr" ..will : J lm.jj befustd4 firnMsd xynlci-, didnVhea lUril'aay. *, *'
,yv.. Watkb. ) (.a mullet and.that if m* *; *"at"eettler."aadx that'fS&'tMK I dl.tla1 **, water mnst' Fruitcakes j
; 'the*,trees at box for the or- 'making a Ie Uon laecommitAM'anerchanttf let were fO'tbrck'ber* 1 It would be t .' "' ,o.-, ) ., S ____ >rov e..r.t..1eb.-, awety will keep indefinitely''if no milk good word about*uybod , ... 'i, '
cereeinlwooLd i
:asgVand .per, lor't. I : we : as-' deal ,of,labor to' batd them jow a '. ,it tued -.Milk-wilt cause '*, cake to be CrabshaV-Pcrhap you didn't draw ,,

1' fr.Ta'f th.I tl i II c.w': 'beinntdtO.' IMZnS .". ,;','. .0. 1".. and bgbt.M 'grev .yesr!the W., b! "c4MnpleVd.T" -come rancid- aftir a time..' .1< i" ',, bkno.tsbootbiaeeU. -* ';

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y 'TlirjKl&slmmee Valley!GazetteTBLflPHONfl 'county, feeling) sure' that,, on second No True 'American 'e JND. .L.: EAMAN.
t -' thought, they will fully' understandthat 5 .B.Qrlc1 .SS

.!Ii i:T ' .. NO. 11 ,, the matter 1s* not a personal' on {ever satisfied except withVfte! N w'' N! re ':W, p Rltr""" j 1icV 'storo .44 : " '_ j I .J I.. ,
PVMpNIVIY raibAT .... '' lkfttet4.IVt "
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with us tanner !
The is'not Z. Qwm
best. oldest L.
: 'Offle la VHIcy1& U.t tu tfnUdiitr, ahya'sthe' ... _
*. Itta.unlltltoll ; where It is,, .is a ; "S S

:' P.\ ,A.J B.,VANa'MKIDW'H.RRI.' ... l I r .:.. useless piece ct! work for the purposeof of ever. /the In is this the case oldest, how-and ; ',G R f F' F I S: A/Q' O'D w.i I NjLarge . f .

beck largebody
holding a.. ;: fW
._If, A. VANS' & AONEW.' Kdltor.. water and that a wet*season will strongest Let figure 'speaks IJD- i'Jlll
this belief. TIM A ra.4 T...Hewel Life f eieraaoe c:.._" I fr sh : .
nterad at tba PMtofloa" la Klaalma. rFla.: prove VI Mw Vera<.lialii4 iSoleiniiJ ikeMeTaay..iMeUt. :PTlBlE iSTJIBlF.
;$._D4-aIaH ..matter. __ .eiaeay tsitey ..._ 5S
'Iifl't'J'D"X KIS9IMMBB. ) Sp. F noy O'ROCUI i [ E-E'S"[ '
g Snhaerlbara will .I,leea. notify the oBee RIVER. '$352OOOOOOy' : AND 5'S I I I I''.t. I *.< <' >.* tt_ I S S
regularly. S S
Uie '
:: : .:' Bt from ear authorlaed ; w. 'are. further Indebted to the

eorreapondeota muat ba.ala. ..ed br. the courtesy of Senator Carson' for,the ,p. he .... Psk$ .,L.II_ _' f mlly... Finest Turnouts In .Town..

*. "Jujeoted': matter will .0U,. returned' ...;...- following letters. which, speak volumesfor S . !, -
oalled: (er. I $569O boop. ; I ; ,.
themselves: '""I I e
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.Tha adlloT la not reaponelbt for oplulonaexpreaeed '.. Stock Best..Brand of Canned Goods
byeorreapondenu. r House of Representatives'fT."S.8.5 '. _-... ...-_...... .. : S
:Advertlalnf raMa on apaitoatlea. Washington.D. C., Deo. 11, 11102.- ,,4.kA[ I...>..-w orMaaa4MNA --, .pssy 9. -I .por'' 8thndar1 Oil Company ziniA ( ,

: J' Hon. U. A. Carson-My Dear Senator 'I Cigars and I I REMEMBER Morgan' .Agent: Armour Fertilizer Co.- I'4&' : S
DBDCBIPTl'ON.. BATM.One : I mad a personal call at the / policy The Old Mutual i EVERYTHING( . e'C"lTd,

oopy,one year.Onaaopy.'alx ....:......' ., 'Y',' ... ..t1.oo chief of engine r'. office and also lefta jives a' man or a woman that Tobaccos ERE H.' PPHONS.9S.; BuildingTheGRAVES RAr l

oopy,'hr.monthtOna .mouths .. ... .. .,. .", '3 letter. on Ale (attaching.. your letterto tenst It) in reference to the oegltmlng of XsfXlPSJlF December 1903. work on the Klsslmmee River.. I am be enjoyed under private. ..... c& Q .
19 ,
Friday now in receipt of the. enclosed.. This investments. -. ___-1 S
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--- . looks encouraging. Wfiw......, let "_... Saett I-lewier" : i ( -

"--- _w DAVISV.Office THE MUTUAL LI0UORS .1amp ,
... J t The'.Eort': j .Myers Press: .has .been S 1 "
-.. of theChief of .EDa-Inee..., COMPANY OF NEW YORK ,"f., f. .
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-very mllclf b1rred, up overv a short United States Array Washington KJCMAID. A. McCvaav.,.......... HOUSE 1:4F'pi ..t

'notice we recently> published concernIng / O., Dec. 9, 1902.-.i1on.: ... Uobt. W. I !i S k'.f..J.,".

the effect of closing the mopocheeC&n&1snd Davis U. S. House of Representatives CECIL WJLLOOX. Manager: . EXCHANGE. SS fl,
Jacksonville, FU.: KENTUCKY t. .
-Sir: I beg acknowledge thereolpt aae1 .. '' '
jM d.otedover. two .
letter. of 8th inst. M. TILLER Agent, Klaslmmee, Fla. *I S .
of the + -
columns of xjUr principal space to an Inclosing your a communication! from Mr. Je OWE- S.I' e>nopfiianrer- A-ND" :' -. :..x- .)

t article a Kr t/jleal/ .whoh. amounts G. A. Carson Klsslmmee City, Fla., Notice of Intention to 'Apply II'.

t to little more thsnip r.oD&1ttack regarding work of Improving Klssimmoe Patent SPECIAL HATES PY' THE' WJ3EK DEI.b
"on ourselves. "'; River Fis.S for Letters : : :: :CA-F -
t ----
In reply l I have to advise you that .
The article is of suokvgreat. length the protect for this work..han recently Notice hereby lives, test the andenlroed .' '
will applr lo the Uovirnor of th.BUM of Florida. ' COMMEBCIAX: TRAVEL SOLICITED. 1. ;:
that it is us to 5-
quite impossible'for received the the 5'
approval Secretaryof M Tallahaeaee',on Ihe IWb oar of Janus.A. .
;: rive more than. a few *ztractT which War' action thereon being somewhat !t. lint.-lor lellera \ InoorporellB .. : SftTHEN. bur Ing your'Liquor* for the '-.
delayed\ by reason of the necessity "The f/ea Fanone Cattle \"omp.D,,"under lbs Situated Near with YlcWri. ';HOLUlAvS, don** forget that I *
-- Fine Lake "
will, show ;ihe spirit In which It-Is following propoead .,.......r. the original' of Depot ; ?
of securing from the. United LandComp.a Bave a large assortment of the bea'"I.
which to sow on Bid' la the ofllce oftn Haore- I .
'l 1
f. written. : )' a relinquishment of certain 'snot ot the HUM ol florid* -. I"I .., brand, and can save. you monsr...... .
its issue of week before last the This = la clv.. and publIsle4p.u.e..t ? ? -5
-- "In right and privileges which that com' '
v- has la Section I. Chapter 4Iesr Laws 01 Florid., FIneUuntfng Rhd=Fishing within reach Have : measuretaken. Y
Klsslmmee' VALLEY: GAZETTE: another paD)' owtaed respect to an artificial arneaalniiBorlloa. >'Dol> the Bevleed Blatutes easy your
c tirade of half a column'or so cut which form. a portion of.the of the State of Florida. LWllaeeaoiir roc: .
r; .aralnst the people of Lee county for waterway to'be improved *" oantM UU. eleventh day ofOobur. D4*. .. .f :E: ,SPEdLA.J.IrT.: : :. .
closlnp: the lllcpochee Canal.; W. re The importance of executing the .7'IUJAM C.PA '
'-''; Si .. .. "
: &'J'8tbat our pops ha been mislaid work in accordance with the will of J.... $. ...... 'fo your new F
.o that .e cod have republi.heJthe Conn-ess is fully aonreclated bv this MVAHIAV II. Bm.f.jwtf.. ;: 'It I is the
---- : only *
.. RTKtir.T Liz-a-: A.. EBEARDEiyPropretor.J; | ; ppr adt
1: article ID'these columns.' Th office and by the, district engineer rROPPSED BONS eHA CATTUC CQHFANY. Ie ..', a Isfsctory way ,or; '. "

Klsslmmee editor and understand therefore* thettustion officer, and I beg to. assure you that The. Und.rslie.4 hereby.. atanolate. ".... ... r. clothes. Make your selection 1 ' ,
it I.
fully, will In
delay occur
no unnecessary together fur iu.* purpo.sor beooniin.t (BOOT- '
t most surprising that be should writ the prosecution of the work.Veryrespectfully purated aud lormI.5 s ewporoUou ander and from the tailoring. line 0' ., S
a. he doe.. He know thai. Lee county -- bjr shins of the law of lbs ittale of FloridaUfU ; -
.: i* willing and anxious to enter Into Your obedient sefvan-S,-= *\ >ud under. tbe following propoeed- ohjl/-' '
o any plan that wUl settle-this vexed O. 8. OiLLESPIK,' I. .State $BankofKissmmeeOffers ( : ATLANTIC COAST. BROS.
'. question satisfactorily to all concerned DrTg. Gen., Chief of Eoglneenr-U. 8.- The name of"the corpnmloa .hf H be Tb. LINE RAILROAD I ; CO. --
t and he knows that what ha Army. Leo PaUs-oiiM Cattle Comp..ny. Mtd S Chicago; Ei:5ia7'S:: :
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shall be conducted Inlbsituwnol Kh.1m.e, ]
_. S 1I CUEDTJLk: : .
far purely NEFrxcr ROVBMKB
been done so vn" a 'D M. 1052. fee aver a.- .
In the County of Owwolm. and Mat KJorUl-v. O. a..aLa.
,. city, and one thni tfie very'force of GOOD RO1U9 BRINd' SETTLERS.That end lu Qflio shall !be In paid towu" 711' lit I -' S .. .. 1"

circumstances compelled action .of "Important matter"o1 the II. to .Cust .. ..11011 p Li.... ..... ............. ....Tampa... ........... .f..A v.21 toopeoo iS all , Tou'litindsWolld'otpleasursin ;!
some kind. Th. .Tn..r..1 nMlnn' of lbs buitntU'lie mers EvcrFacility '.2 a aesplAr..4:. ..VIaot'Citr------------------------.L .. a.p 014a wearing the clothes made ,
of these facts It Is spending of the Indian War Claims tranueux- th.paId oorpomtlo.1 fthall bo the a P s
"In face 1"
the unmanly : : Conslstent.wlth Sound ManagementS 8 OOp AL.. . ......... .................. 14.. cop by Strauss Bros.,-fsultless '
otbanrl .
raliinc.I buying Mud elllng ol or SOp
: and In ..v.r1..eD" unjust aDduolalr fund, causing much interesting discussion d .>Un.f or iradlnf. ?.ut horses. 'sheep. :.: :: t asp Ar------------------------: :::::::::::: ::: :: :: : : :;: : .;: : ". ." '
t to charm the people. of Lee in the Stats press,, with .the V:'siU sod other l'.d.. T' llvcatook ud ...... t UpA..A."I. .[ .... J.A.L, . .u . U lea ,5- iestylefItfInIah&ndItasr.. p

county with closing from the"'(canal Klssfmmee.just tohinder consequent ventilation and distribution -. other kinds of ttisJma4-rHtii warciaul, ,1 nsrrliandise birrti and, wood...... sod Ub.rfrnile all. S Atleatioa* to 411 DisUes& ,Ia&&etIe 'U.. ii'ift 11 lip At.::,;;::.::;:::::::::.:......Kluln : : :::;;;::::: :::;;: H B>a Ul*." They're e m.o better
navigation : ; 11 ma ; .'.. . th.n the 'ordinary ru4 ofclothssy.t
L. Our' people are neither fools or of many excellent ideas from correspondents land;.alaW jtralnts the. inI.rslu rquiailtun. and.wDI.other...produoU leaclnc: oorufmitou of- .. : sop 1 or a :F...,..(:.::: : ::.::::?: .. ::::::: : :::::::: ;::: : : : alJio: art

,\ knave Tb.tbe)' should fro to .lIthe of prominence. The maJority cnutvetttoa' d..lop..D' end Inprovamenl ts>p .'.1.67..a Ar::::.:::::::;.:.::.Orange. . City UOldS..Lv.I. : p pc sstonIshlngly w '
. have of landi and' ih* product! thereof N. B. CARSON.: S 90 p Jr .]. . :::;::: ::;:: :: U low ou' .
trouble and expense they for seem to be_,Ddeavor.ln to attain also ironiftruTclmr of road brldyea, tntm;. OA.HIIR.u 4 Mp. .4..*' .................. ,. p, ,perfectly

..:' consideration such a purpose fOr Is too surely silly for there'serious was the same \goal which is the attraction -" .:;. tmttatioa utMH*>:. .kt.and the alt.:l.'d'.I: Ir.said andstru.LnriS 7 78 0 p 1 Ar.r............ .P. | 1 if sate In or.roe.aslUfactory be.asusi -*'

more ain for Lee to have and settlement of new and dosirabU bunlnMi-i.' Inoludluv lha bulldlDN and.op raUoQ .5.... ... S
to '
% county .... .... .. ..... . '

Ii. on navigation this I II rt>false ut If, there than and were otherwise.baseless any, and traffic Th.charjI' is. .first devious glance citizens method seem* ,by to all many-different be of eminently which at reasonable and the- ufsie.esb..s'!is to lha tsitloii*meri'"ol the I freIght!." said auvh, of Mid Stew atid|powers..other I4 ptvuMtncera of earpomtlon ai Flunda.Tha craft roajr fur.;.\bo anden the Incident under Iraattpor" revllf"lbs to - .. ..1Ifutar" a >if!I ;.;-":. :'..-...-...-..-...-...-..:.-....- I. ....-...-..!,..-..-...-..-.-.-..-.-.:..-.-.-..-'.-.--.. ;: -- ..:. ::);T 8 dSp sop oo SOp I I Jo*theme how Ve you, )apl.e will D.pleased take '( .

unworthy the editor ofa newspaper ... 7 .. ; .. ; \ -- ---- ---) '..... .... .. ... .ir'i :,1 Lv... .. i SOp '
such as the Klsslnunee VALLEY GAZETTE. but which after a moje feare- -- I"' i y. .- -- -- ----- / 4ft a '
:. fIll examination show Insome of them amount Bhall of be lbs fifteen capital. thousand atork of aald Aollara oortMtralloa .- ... ...... .......... ------ : -. .-.-. ;-. .. ........ .,..,. -------------7. -. SOs :, J. N.. Calltoun.GIotMrtfl. :
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"Now let us look Into the questionof a7 (Se.lre, not too' publlo-splrlted ,itlA.lMl' ) be rilvl
;! Gulf.navigation The distance from Klssiinmee by this route to the I I. to benefit certain localities and sections alil drad and l fifty capital IM'Jara, aharea'.:stock ea.*of b."hull, thspar and.ou i tba nubaoiibod valnaof entire I anifinnt Onalluo and fully'; S N :S =r--.j:.,:- ::::::: :::: ..::::::..:.Utsblprlnae,.:..UireOaktr..Dnpont... :',..;::::.::.:.......:.:'...: ... ::: ::.-.::: :::..UH. II. Shoes Notions,

the of the entire State. Xftpp: ... : : ::::. .::. :: .
something like three hundred mU.,.. at expense paid I In Uarnro said corporation. shall traaiiavt c.ts ky. 21... .. kl4. : .. WaycroM' ---.4... .:::: :: ::::;: :::: ::. :: :. ; : 5- .' J. i

.. During the 'last ten years not over Our desire to see the fulfilment of a any bualnuaa.Tha TUTIIING aAJY' .tOp Lv ... .,'" 7 SDa | 7SOAr ,, ,,.. __ .
/ fifteen trip. have ever been made to, I 1\'. I. ... so ..... .. o. ... IIOI'PIITT. .... S.. 8T. LOINS. sis S ". 'Dally StorM BoD i .r.. . .....-I.T 0 UaStoa .. > '
Ft. M'er.b from Klsslm-' competent geological survey of the Urrn for said oornoratlou shall .a SS f IS tl. Li-.,. .. 1 '
I:1IJi .
it ) steamers State would not be a local affair aDd a.>l,t ahall) ba : ) yoara : 7 ? i T..A..4. ,' .lop 7Mp
: mee. In no case was one of these ) lo.pLv..PnT..p.CI'.Ar.w.. 0 .sltp
i V. _..
.0. 'u j .
.f trips made for aught., hut -to. give the we.still think It !Is a fair_ suggestion n. "nl '2 .. 0 .. "lO lbs .L.L'OUt'
lbs l ualnafl"bf"aald' corporation; ; shall be 5- 5 ISp Ar......... _..-.. i Li 5 Wa .... .
." -captain or ownerof the- 'ho&ta.n opportunity but such a survey would consume onlyfraction conducted by.,the following, .rnr%..rai. A lrba. | ,....... .. ''f"..... 1I1T--. ........:r.. .S.-..,. S ''5 lIp 'Ar..Os..ns.......Lv .4ia ......
to charter-.. steamer to a ot the entire the dunt. Vloa-r l a fund . -- .
"d. Hoard ot three Illroctura, and b otharoOloar w 'Dallpezeeplsuudey.Pullman : .
of.&ourl.ta for -couple of -
1'c. weeks party much per day. In no In main question still roaming at or dcUirmlnadT. *aa may from harebftor deemed. .by tba nocaanarr.Hoard FROFESSIONAL S sleeping 21 and S between Jacksonville and Port For Colds i Grippe 1] c. _

r-, stance has "a steamer ever come large[ and we gladly mingle with the. .f Dtrwlora.. The offloo of 'the VlorPrcridauland CADRS. oa T&pa -L
1 "ba 'held br tlia r" 8 S TO TH I t TU B '
reaaurer aama on.
may p
through on a business mission because majority, the'dealre to see new (tattlers the KoarJ -' --5- - lore .' T 'K81 Protect tPde
The number of laanbertuf Ulroo '
T do"
W4 there was no demand or oocar of the right kind coming of their lora may bo chapired" from. tileS. \to tint. .aa inajrba CHAS, BASS. VANS AGNEW S i I SOp a ''O..!L..kou.11.ra."r..Ar P I I_7. j_* 'I _All_ _train_ *_dally.S0 _ ._ St I 7u& t-t'\ "
lion for such trip. ,,. -" .provided In tn, Vr-l.wa of aald _"....... PeA **ap 10< ...LrI I I louafmo a |> Lv.....Tampa...,Ar - .
Is'thetrue situation that own free will to develop and enrich lion, but aball not be laaa than. thr.. ..4orDaora : liSle 'I I 1IIp!.". ..Baaunah..Lir I LT..Jarkaoavlil.ArAr. Mo 'lo before after taking : :
c "Now what than fIve.S (ff DEALER INFresh *5 I ATTOsiKmr AT LAw.e.o I II l-I .27. *Xtp Ar..Chsrhelon.L.. ii I I .xpIl O'O ... d."lle & I .
has confronted the people on the Ca- the State but we cannot /ree, with The Director abaQ b.steeled In aerra for.tb. :: I' .W.L.6.1 ; You mayprevent ; '
: II" Arn. ac4.
We the term of tbo ......kbolot.... at an -I I AND N tAalFupLlc, I "ii ,I II0e .; : : pbflc. "
looiahatcheeV see on one the view taken by Jno. G. Reardon In 0" year by Ar.iThomaeirllla I ..L*
; a
a1oi 2it hand a demand for an open waterway a.public letter.. in which be says: January, each. year and tha cOrers aball ba FishOysters. 1 I KISjSlMMEE. -j II 0p .,.. ... 4 : ,: A..Mon.o..L. 4 ... yourself against -(-; ' ; \
,. steamboat who 1- S JlrfD.b..L. a *1*'
to 1
w- pleas a man elected for a similar term by the IMrcolora Iramediately 7l ipl .. I J
has earned a- paltry $50 per year in "Now my idea of the ways and alter the a'eotlouof' tba' blreclora by ; riR. J. W SIMPSON! ._JI tlaal .
bringing' a handful of tourists who means of getting Immigrsnls, or settlers the alockboldera Thai dlractorf shall hpower S ,1. :.::: .... Dr.Halter's .( : fflIS.
for the control of aald I'DENrIST I'D .
If please, for Florida is to I. adopt' My-UwJ -AND- THROUGH .'
have made the' to' their you r OAK 7itna .T.T Louis t. ..
gratify Mp
trip' 1 the aaVICI
corporation at any thee bMfora date of the Colds, or ; 3;
.. own selfish tastes, and who have not .buy them at so much per head. fIrst :annual meeting, ai d thereafter at anytime Nos. 32 and 33 carry sleep- Fi.i.1. Ar..Ixmlarllle ..I.T Ti. d f L GrpPc '
helped the country to the extent of a "A little experience that I have had to anu.Bd, :alter, modify or rescind said ". -I, OflSiHt'over.Osocola/ 1' era between New York Jacksonvilleand .7 ana ......Ar.. .Claelaoatl..UT lute..:.. .. . They die of t a eJ ,
in the matter of getting people Interested Ify-Laws. S fort Tampa; Dav coaches .. ..I.,. .. These all
lOOutwoen .
'be- ,
&. penny. On the other hand we see today The names of the officer who are U coadoet OTTJOE BOOTS: 9:00: a. m. to U m.1; 63. A. < : .. .4. t "
the- rich smiling valley of the in coming lo Marlon county satIsfied I". .....ID.... of .. ..-corporation. nulll Ihoa 1-M: to 630: p. m. Jacksonville and Washington. and Dining Care between Savannah and weeke come flocking a efdlsssss 1 '
Oaloosahatchee, the fairest In Florida me that the State can bring to it elected at the Brat aleoUoa ball be '1na11f1... New York. No.. 78 and *> carry Pullman bleeners between Jacksonville weak
sealed by thrifty families from in a comparatively short time-say are u foilowai& . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. and New York via Washington and Penn. R. R. No. 78 and 23 Pull- t.on longs, ..

? }.... Thompson to Ft. Myers, who have within three or four( 'ear.-oDe hun OrriCERIt ; FREE DELIVERY ? Telephone No. It '' JUG 0, Ijr.U man Sleepers between Jacksonville and St Louis via Montgomery carry heart, l4) and other l S'
built comfortable homes dred thousand acceptable souls at a ,WII.LIAII. C. Pasooss Pmldoat.inn Steamers leave Punta Gorda fat. ak ''t.oo'o. weak parts that think of.
w planted S . Las, vice-P-realdent-and Troaanrer.0TAMLBV U J. mesa and arrive Port Myers , 10
less w.
of than hundred V. .
cost dollarseach MellewaHIOK8
groves' and and are now jeopardized -: one It. bettors> Aacrotary.DIBIOTOKt Steamer leave For Myers .t.. 6.00a and arrive Gorda, .30p.' toalljTuesdayi Theeesieetandbcstthlngtodolstofortify
in farm.1 in danger of beingSwept ) , and locate eachfamily, or man : a. HOLLOWAY. except Sunday. PDt the that will not
out- of existence by the constantly or woman on a farznbig enough in WlUjAH O. Pla p5, PhysicIans. Steamers for Key West and Bavana 70 ,
Surgeons . ,, Thursday and I
increasing danger of floods soil and ordinary, clvflfxed facilitiestosupportblma. JON,, II. I.EI, at .1 Sundays catch cold, I t!to do that, S
& .. well, UTlKLIt B. BULLOCE.VL Notice of For Tax Office 1.Op.
asthatpbichbeleaves Application overOsoeola
from Florida's Inland sea-LakeOkee- Pharmacy CODDOtOD made nt Jacksonville for all points east and west- then you must see no lasting inJury ,
.chobee. and la thousands olID.t&Dce.J Deed Under Section 8 of -Call answered\ ) or nlgdt. the through Dorh. | is done authortUce A.HARTER'S .
. regarding arrangements
betwrbaD'that which he leaves. I The highest aaaoant of indebtedness, or II. USIOCNOB: PRONBS: a8ole. Kc a
"Then the canal was cut Into! the whisk. the raid caa at 4888 Law lions, eto., may secured to ticket airent A 6 S
eorporattoa Chapter any
believe that the I.e. I. No. 40. ,
,, Caloosahatchee and stealthilyvear average belongings, bll"fl. ''eclllaa1I,shall ba rifteaa Tkouaand HollOway, No. UpD G. F. .IUro &.1btCeto ,
L .! by year the waters of the great' lake goods ofail chattels, money ana propcir'ly Uollan.: of Florida. CXHoa Phone No. S. S.'P. COLLIER, jn.. Division Pass. A..Tampa Fla. Ag't. enabling

f have been cutting out for themselves thousand kinds that would this hundred The ami 'YII. of reeldenoe of the NOTICE:18 HEREBY OIVEK TB*T B.F..... n ....ATHoMAaow DsirrlaT', T&M. EMEBSoM.Traf. ., W. J.CBAIO, people -bring with naraaa nlaoaa den. i
wider and of purahaeorof lax CertlHeata Mo.I IXSI,dated U. It has obtained foot .
a deeper way escape. llAlrrow, :FLORIDAWill N. C..
aubaorlblnc Ineorporatoni and the amonatolatock .i .
them would exceed In value ten dollars Iba let day of June A. D. inn, bee (ltd said
"The canal 42 feet width .. visit 1.1: __ . S
? little of m subscribed for by each are aa followatWilliam eertiaeale In my office, and baa made aopllo arery six or eight.waoks. hold. W
Then ;
and 6 feet in depth has grown into an per capita. consider the C.Paraoni.McCaba.Yavapal Cooaty.AHaona. lion fur Tu. Deed lo Issue IB aeeordaaea trill .,
outlet of 80 feet. In width yearly Increase of their taxable prop s.vesty-v.'16))shares'. ,law. Said aarUBoata aiabiaeaa tee loltowterrdaw . .11I seehe. 'aedea .. prices .ilr Usilalll. -. '
for the lake .
L Job f. Laa, KuMlatmoa, Florida, aaraaityfonr described property situated lit 00eI01It .eu St Netiow.V Dr. .
and 10 feet in depth-and each year erty. (74)) aharea.' -. Ceuaty Mallory Steamship Lines :
X'- the fore of the water ha cut a wider It would be of more lasting benefitto Stanley. It.aHUlook KUatnme Floiidaonallahera. ...... 1'I..h.. W.O.N.X. ear.of .... X H* ft_ *. \ IRON.TONICIs t
and the soft ( .. 4'l1111' W.610....M.*. II.,Hea. 17.Ta. .11Tba .. TIIO.UOIf. SA (
4 deeper passage through tb*-State to So Improve the condi Total oaa bnadrad and fifty((160)) ahana.TATB 5 .,......cad Sarpese..4L& .. .. ;

i, muck. t.loubaa confront the .prospective said land bains; aaaaaaial .. the data o. CAUs ............ THROUGH 'TICKETS TO Just the It sop-; . .

ti.' batches The very have settlers not yet along awakened the Caloosa-1.0be settler by the. systematic betterment Otto.:.6r..... FLOa'DA.t(I the Iwuanaa. Unleea of such said eerUBoate......_la tae shall. aiaaaa be re o. R eelatosmTbeaia. 33. OrnoafheBe 41JR. pile lbs te'e.ires]I. ( ',

great danger they have been in, so and the making ofbew highways,that Before ma, the ttaderalraad 011I...... duly aothorlaad deemed Uiert.oa aooordlnK" lo? law,Uz dead will leave lCt..fllllltlE. :rLo\" L -ew York, Pbiadelphla. New Haven, New London, Fa iRivr;. na t combat Colds o La Grippe. .
by law to lake acknowladvmaau" of oa Iba 271 day of Deoniber, A. D, J ; e
the settler will of his Providence Boston and all Northern 1
gradual has the water \been; ,gainingon come own accord daeda. WUIIam C.Paraoaa UIW, SLDingtoD. points. T 5beforedurintj after. .Ittsbefllutlineltwlllprsye.tfUtakst
personally appeared o.
them. requires no mind trained spending his own money with Joba IL. Lee and :Stanley H. Bullook lo ma WITHERI S.fflolal stnenrs and ) A. B. STEVENS .r'
In engineering to understand that more self respect, the. which will guarantee wall.known to" be the ludlTldaale.. descrIbed In, I is......( sesI this. .lie 45th dcl .. beweseher. .A.. 1 -AT : > i
and who subscribed their assess to, and who. ID.1sto, during,,, U the lt- ., ( S
better and ...tDBNTIST" course .
-when we tell them the canal acting' .. a more stable class of executed the' ,, and '''O. H LEI: ;... w ao |
eerer- .
an outlet for Lake Okeeohobee ha* settler; and by nsw highways we would ally. ., ...ir1\ execution thereof lot Clerk Clraajlt. Coa.. taken after, b. ."
.-,- grown lal'l'8l'ban the river into Include waterway with ordinary the pnrpcae tbarela. axpreaeed.IM B, 'of o. ." .Cousty: r......... Gas Administered. S.Omc. : LQWERRA.TES w J&a I '. ,
W. a ,
a0xws ()'" D. .D
; ,- which It wa emptying there could be road, for if properly attended to they. S WITKKM WBKRTOP. I bare C. 1.30 ... -.. 10 .. ... and benefited .k
i-- only one l'Mult-tbe. river must overflow are better than roads, beingcheap and ..... ......... eel my .band and oBdal. Hearst J ..JO to 5.30 .. .... especially b"t "f'l'
( .1.] seal I at Klulmnee.: Florida, tbla.elerenlh THAN VIA Dr. Hartet'e Iran Tonic .
efficient water-railroad Good ,ae "
Its banks.> highway day of .Daoambar A. J>. NOTICE ORLANDO. FLORIDA U.. 'S'
"This has been the effect for every will Increase population with IWrele; 1 from the weakness f'
time there ha been a heavy rainfall the utmost certainty, and if they tap P. A. VANS AOIfXW. la hereby (Ivan that I will to the S ANY'OTHER a 0 ;
'. lands In Notary PtibU 1>and.for tha state of Florida Ceunty J'dy.' of ?!!23f.-cVltll"tl the river bas not present cultivation two J JR.
In the past few years, a* La_ as order lo..n p.I.UD sale .0110.. Seta
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....... ... particularly ensB-rtlbls
rapidly risen out of it* banks and birds ere killed with one stone. eaenrlbe! real .wllo .U.
..,ID.I".;at the aortbeeet. noraer 0' _00. ( NoTAmv PUBLIC... ) leave blood builder suoh I ff 1.
because I it o&carry Jacksonville as
flooded the could>>
.laDd. -P.angn every as r w
east t* nankweel. M .' eeatbm ... .."'.. Thursday low i 1.
off the rainfall anq toe vast A Profitable Investment.George RHEUMATISM ship twenty-ell eoulk', raasv twssty..igka, { STATE AT LAI0Z.S j t. {

& lake.body of- water coming .from the great' Summerlin returned to Bar- .IOU... Bhalna.weet, 1""X aorta ehalaaVaoutk miebalua. la l7.beV'alasVaoa3elaln ekaBa.eaat- Real Estate; Agent.: Via the -Sea Island. . ... . . :? IOJIO"....m. (Met.Lmitd toN. .! "I. .Y..a. .-:: :f.

tow a few dayS ago from Melbourne *IT sores. wore 001. .. KISSIMMEE. FLOR1UA.W. Via Plant . . . . . . '$
'-f "What would have been the result. CURED AT LAST Said' t1. _..* "." OBlas te tk. estate 01 : System 34j p.. mt
which ha been his for
In a few years' time P It requires no headquarters Charles Woode daeeaaed, ao<| sate le lie e..4. W. '
liAR via
the since the. Summerlin te debie' ef sate WELL.U.ICI Seaboard-AirLine . . .
-- vivid imagination to picture the val- past pay eetaleeld . ,. ,
stocks of cattle were moved on to the, .pplioatlon will be prsaent..*] ea th*Mk e > 7:40 p.... (Fut Mall.) l1-
from .
iey of the Calco.ab.tcbee1>>'
,- >Thompson to Alva by flood. It would St. John's range- WhUe there be recently Good News, for All Who December- .6.'it.D. IMS. J : OP TH. PlAcE APP CoincaKoard stearmhlp immediately i on arrival'stBruni .
wick. "'
I .met George W. and .. L NOTAB.Y PUBUO STATX LARO
have come"a* sure as day follows' Suffer With Rheum. DAVIDSOrT. AT
he that )b.- 1 Is .dmlnlatnterW but a. Cbarlaa. Weada;!as- ")
Hopkins mostenthusiastic
.. night-as sure as t"and S makes 4. reports eaaaed.: MAaaiAOK A SFKCIAI.TY. Bagcage Checked Ttirbuah.'to Destination.
: Tbe Okeeohobee reservoir\ would have over his investment< atism. Free. Office on Stewart Avenue f

.:-- .- batch broken loose until and destruction overrun the would Jaloosa-have that that expert neighborhood lumbermen having had _.told_,rai.edhiscypress him ."J"o.n who suffer' with Rheumatism Water HyaolsitBa.' KlSblMMEE:: . '. FLA., For illustrated. mate diagrams, .reservations. tickets'etc. ?.,.apply,, to S'W) : : ''f' .

been complete and the rich and much lumber .. being extremely I will gladly send free the wonderful Complaints are being made A.W. W B .'
'. admired country would have, 'been valuable property. The canal which story of how my mother was cured tie are being poisoned .by the spray PYEi-Agf., a30 *t.. JACKSONVILLE." FLA ,!. \
Mr. Hopkins is cutting Is for the purpose after year of suffering-' together with ing for the -'
_tg.- laid waste--as useless-. the' Everglade experiments destruction of I 'V'P !.
themselves. of marketing this magniaoent, the most elaborate treatise on Rheumatism water hyacinths, and it 'seems to be Insurance.And ; !.

d "This, ye selfish and \narrow- o'preaa'lmber. ana It U no small Undertaking ever published undoubtedly true. The cattle drink ... .. (' ,. .. ;
-. minded Of Klsaimmee, 1 I. why the dam as may .... readily seen No matter. what your form of Rheumatism -:ihet.alntedfwater, and la one place ROUTE. I --e- '
was built. Not to stop your miserable when it 1* known that the work la. I Is,' whether acute chronic thirty head'are supposed to have been nllll.\eta.\ : t:
being done by men and teams, with muscular dsformant 'KISSIME"RIVER
little steamer from coming through Inflammatory, killed from that cause. Unless some . .
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-b, once a year, bqt to save our homes band shovel Ing- the canal being 60 sciatic neuralgia, gout, lumbago means can be found to prevent this txenLs'! of London 'is *i
Ii l and "farms, and were a dosen such feet wide at the top and 21) feel a* the etc.-no matter how many doctors occurrence it will be most unfortunate S ]
.' steamers to be running/ the .step bottomland SJ miles long and 17 feet have failed in your case-no matter bat it seem highly probable German American.' [ Roseada .
#-! j. would have to. 1 be taken J just the. deep. This drop In the leveL will bow many so-called "sure ou,." you\ that methods will be.used" to<>obviate, Home of New York. .i [ Miss M. Sn- Z-k'"
."- ..,.u.. a swift current and will have a have tried-I want you to write. tome these disasters Insurance Coi, of North America Jakstsosi Ide
ante.We' strong effect upon tbe" St. John's and let me..1110a how my motherwas Phoenix: of Brooklyn. .I 8r. l f CptIsCJaJobem.oit, Jr. \, I I ). ; S

regret. .our .contemporary)' mislaid River, and the canal will be the means cured. Royal Exchange.. sedd7a $ -a."' I' ,' 1
our article and'did not publish of draining and reclaiming hundredsof I am neither a Doctor nor S a Professor Orient. ", weekly to.; and -M wssesa touIJ i ..>
,, ;nalngel Roseadileaves
St. Paul Fire and Marine. trp. .i.tur. .hair hsaltlt W*woai/luvs -
thousands of, of -
of THE
acres splendid simply a plain man business OLD -
;. ,&lor a* the readersofibe. Press would .. .then. have been able to perceive that greet and growing" cattle industry of and I want to tell everyone who Buffers Georgia. Home. 'Spocial 1 Carter Trips' to Lake Okebob and Fort Myers ot the weaM .raaattt skay i4

1 we In no way reflected oa the motives Florida, the coming cattle country with Rheumatism all about it. I wishto ''New York XJfe..J. . r ,r. .. Rate reasonable. .1 eMtsnpraaertpilMM.. .. I'

intelligence of the'' people of Lee' In connection with the above, we be clearly understood,' and. trust The niost Yietaresona Waterway in plp. .1. .. rs,. ihqr'_ .I : S

r ''Our all along has'been might la all fairness add a paragraph that all whoare' suffering with thisterrible : : M.WIL.L8QNIJR.IS Flod. .
county. froma Washington( letter to disease-however) apparently I ,Tassenger aed Freight Rate 3, 0 5 5 55flo\wi& he J I:
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4pt for the maintenance of a great waterway the :' -UolOl1'. and Citizen of Dee.. beyond the. reach of cure, will write tome .. CLAY JOHNSON SR:, Proprietr. vised .1 s.d .. 5;

from & coast. 1[8. which say t : ;>" ', this day and I will send you by KIS3IMMEE. PUA. ., On board "14111 i.,".KI..II. fersTs haf'truf BiarJUDraagX sad aa I teak M MS] '

T Such.waterway to act not only as-a S "Parties In Brtvard county, associated return m.II&.bla. work: of mine. I appeal F. ., Ids ia easd'atIh4.ioie.w Np..en wt*ssMesedsedUesyloekthrss.ecm.eessen.aaalfc- .
In a company, have petitioned .especially to lobe 'chronically r C -' -
medium of but also '
transportation, I ,0'I -- .
the Secretary of War for the privilege 111" who are wearied and discouragedwith '4 S '
as a means of checking the inundation . of constructing< a drainage ditch "doctoring"' and to those who Wise 0 Cull.'lo the 1

of the great. Klsslmmee- valley from ''Lake Washington, headwaters have been cast,..Id. a* "..".rabJ.." FOd'standara ? *"I I f estaalshlng -

-. and thus'.benefiting. not only, 'Osoeola of the St. Johns.eaatwardly to Eau All you have thought about Rheumatism .. loaM for & It ., .S
also Gellie creek, lust south of Ban Gallle. may be wrong. Let me tell yon '\\ -t.suppreesed.toofn.qdse ,irrel-
but ..
county, tie people. tit Polk The distance u about ... .......,-aad our experience. Surely, If you bar a. messtriosi laiIIeg

Dvar4sodDsds. the purpose IM to drain. lands for Rheumatism or have a' suffering I crove'& : t pa ,.ann .,1% ttrpbe'S
We consider, that. we perfect farming L.cattiersising: and other friend, it will pay )ou to Investigate. ,: Tgstekss Tonk I" .. fy .j

right to*. work for >the'. ,benefit of*our' .L"IMI company ela1JD. that. tM my offer,anyway, and prove.for your'

"., '1>"Mo county, ,Del >for C,&toe counties jest improvement mental to-the. -8$.have Joba/io .ft'eoI The whole devt- elf Send these me claims your I make.address' '-today-, 4' _' I I. ;stxxxT : tist 25'.. CI. = i f"f

}i 'e named, even "I> we unavoidably' .. matter ... been. referred. to' tM IIIaI postal card. will do-and I 'wlll aail IHIWDER : t 8. Q .M .-

1<_. _wtth.the.Interests vrf-aeoUon_ .of.Lee of the chief of acrtneers, and the engineers you this -wonderfulstory./: .':\If ''yon L I ; : tti t I !
witha View;to .the distant fu'tureaaMe are disposed te, think that the! have as, friends suffering. with" Rheumatism - 'o' .OH > .
"fI l. ',.eountyv permission should not be granted. nn- no matter where located, tr: =' '
". 'f.. Vto'the .I Immedlat. present' leA ..very full .investigation should send me their. I will mail I I't, 'No. .Cure "No' 50c
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.:: and to "tto _so:with'Lee show the no Injury would "pesials, to them copy. VICTOR. :Thw* .. .. 'C t . : 0 ? ft

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" '. t ':Tb6KI $tmme6 ValleD Gazette i' Wedgewood. and. 'I TableWare .

.: NO.111. .. ; PRESCRIPTIONS'' CAREFULLY E. B. WATERS '. C.'A fPresident.

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. .., ... OMUNOH' DIJU OTO"Y.\ .. 0: :.p ''P' :BE.:: : :B .:m: d :a:: IJ DRUG, ,COMPANY Waters & Carson Co.
\ : ;;:::-rr.ehlo.\ .. Grocery
'Mtvmoae C oa sash > btTa ..
. balk,11 a.m. and f .....Ioc.... .t ...&lna Lows.y.0IID41 Oaaqaalla4 Sot Smuethse.r," aadt'tavoa O f fT ... ,
nary Tharwlar evening( ataM T PL..' aapbai] -.
i f >c4..:":.CaUMUd..Bdif! aruairnrr 'n.I'I.' '&,.Frier...... Partor.raator.Oraf. .-, n ESS 8 1-R.ESS'a: TRESS'8Capk. --' . - :--s- 8: .A.Vr .t .' dst10.1a"\ jiroJ; -- ,AND BXTAIL IL&LLP:81a-. : =T ': '

'v, ..;.....'. "'-bl...nary 8a.d.11 L .. ... r p. m..Teo. .: COUNTY AGENTS FOR "
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School..4I a: m. .prar.r .:.:... .:. Thur.' GROCERIES.WnOLKSAlt ,' .

'd. .uyJus:a trllrbowaiwC I uaca ::,= hcf.._ iF''IF'W'tfiiF4yP"1P f

aeotor. :Lar .aervloe ev rf .each' .Roebuck.was !. Iowa on Tue!- Hanoook' 'Liquid Sulphur Is endorsed ..--. - I CtUbratBi ; J '
"moralas*aarrloe at II."hr art ihu*r Keotor Hobool,third>:DO p.and m.fourth.miKauln day. x and .prescribed by many Physicians ....Y. P. ,V. .T.......... !MeetiaR.Tbe .. . .l o\ 1
all '
,.. of each month. Remember the K.:of P..Lodge en- throughout the county for rt- lQr11as.. '
PawiBVTsalAN Cuaac*.-DlTlne worahtpofivary teitalnment. Saturday. 20th.. blood and kin trouble Hundreds Baptist Young People's Union Grates Etc.
ana third I la each on Sunday, Hay
Int Hundar Sunday of oases of eczema and other : = .
oath. Morulnc ..rrlr* at II m. a., Eves evening th DspHchurch whio ; a al ral, ,
y. rv.... at ,::011.. ... Sunday Sokool at Howard Rktley arrival "early,,this skin disease have been permanently In If You Need Anything o. : if 1{
f... 1:46.: m. C. (.atrTloa. at au: 0. ..' Pro,... week to spend the holidkyt at bomle. cured by the use of Hancock' Liquid was very well attended, and'. ,enjoyedby . ..
win*'Thnnda*evening at '- m. E.- Sulphur'after-all other remedies failed. all.
err body U m cordially revUef I Oe..c' ISOMservlooa. Mr*. Vrigg of the Cabbage Patch" ,The consisted of selected HIDES WOOL
Cure )* beat In program .
.. prick an application.I In the of Hardware,, Tinware,. Ie
)F a. BAILS* raMor.ALIX t the K. of' P, ball on Saturday. the Ha.iuvmlr'fl JAnn\A\ fliilnhni. JMIMM skin reading*. *****. -recitations, ,,colo. way --
11.> "'_*,I .....f 1.1.orrioui 20th! trouble of:every: nature..-. :"No--home;I chorus; Bible reading and a flv*minute Graniteware Earthenware, Gla.s- .'. Fi.RS" ,
-- The Hotel KUslmmee ba beenbeautified should b*, with out ,it. Ask your . talk by Mr. O. /A. Canon In ware Crockry re Stoves, etc., 1" '
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which be .&ld. what w.. could do, In Conn : a Specialty. 1
weather Report. by a number .o' floe. cab- druggist for a book on Liquid But'
A"..*.. "..r..*TBms' -WssTrw ianpe bags palmetto. ? phur. For sale *bthe Oeceola Pharmacy five minute was much more than we -OAI.L'ON- .4
f could lay; one might\ do deed which t .
Day .,_.. Dec. II.leo2.Yaa. There be'a .. : f ., .It
will of the StateTeachers'
neeUnf -
r- --- would wreck his me for-eternity, or : ' / ,a's -
J Aiaoolatlon. a. Orlando BIO LARD DBALM.SoMtk make resolutlojjs. which would make r ;
Yia aaf' from Dec. 2 9 to Jan. <.*- H. S"H"O'E"S -
lVl.rdda' him a blessing to all the world.
.O"EosI: l
-. J.:M. Wlllnoo, Sr., U expected here Florida Lead I.l O resit. Dasea.d Then he gave some figure and truth W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY .rS..H .taw.. 1 J Jil : ,' ,

......... 'nI 112 ;meatujy. Ibis week to spend the winter.. with hti for Stock Tilrbr'' In regard to the temperance cause ,. Ila f3 9Y,
... III 10 .... which It would be well for all of u* to -.
son, J. M. Wlllson Jr.
...da, .....::.... 110 OIl .... 'J cud TsirpesitiM remember, and .especially men. _; .__. r9Fvp i
"_< .... ..... e' iii ..._ .. ".
lap W. C. Parsons has '-o.ID town. all ; .
''rIl_ .. u .. One of the most. 'active dealers In One of tic minister* la St. jLoul* .
w.d..tir..;......7" n .. the week, and .be and Joo. M. I>e who was Interested. to know bow business : . I
the land market 1. C. W. Ward 'Secretary :
_ --f........."....... . .. .,, went to Southport yesterday to visit men regarded religious life, and Healthy Kldnsr Means Losg Life.If '
.. their cattle. ranohe.Mn. . of tbe United Land Company BUSINESS LQOAL8. want to restore kidneys. T
If they considered it a recommendation you -
la 't-
who has taken Jour
J. r. kt.BUMDUUU prominent part.
S. J. Swanson and ber-ehtl the recent Important real estate .transactions for a man to be known a* religious b-thelr .fol belt) take : e"l V
Santa Claus Stanford.
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Smith CO
1.... .".I.b'f. on*.moan," dren'are expected on Saturday from.. in South Florida. actively religious, addressed Kidney cents afOsoeola '*
: -OldFriday P..b. LkeCity' to--spend Christmas" with. Last. week Mr. Ward went to Jacksonville aye hundred postal card.. to tile busl- Fireworks at Dann's Bookstore.Xma Pharmacy. 1 \, *
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Peeler. and concluded a sale by which ness house of that city-business men i iif

December 19,' looa. Todd Cam then bet arrived from 000 the United of Land land Company In DeSoto sold 410. ,- pt all and creeds no,faith Jew at ana all Christian-asking tbemif ;Infidels ; Good at Onlce A Bratton' Ballard's.relieve IlorehonndJmmedlatefy hoarse Syrup, ES h9

the Slate Agricultural College and About acre half of this land was purchasedby county. they-ooBsldered, It. a* being a reoomendatlon Box and bulk Candle at Tress's. cough oppressed, rattling, oronpy S H ::4: ii51
will spend a Christmas with hisparents I'.plnl j
merry for a young man asking -
the Consolidated Naval Store and f'
NEWS. at Ilammock. I Hot:?: Roll every d.JCU, Bakery. dlloul' b.thlac. g
,LOCAL Turkey : Company r of Jacksonville, and the foe a-positIon with them to, be known Stooau. Wisconsin .
It. U rumored that J. M. VtfllUoa, other half by the Southern State. Land .. an active Christian worker andthey Large stock of box and bulk Candle DI'ItII.t., 2Mb, 1901 I have l-lf'i
Ariel Quartet. the Auditorium on Jr. will lease the Opera House to J. and Timber Company, of' Louisiana. all replied; Yea indeed emphatically for the Xmas trade at T...'.. been aelllng Ballard' Horehound
December 29.. C. Beck, Jr., of Miami who will addClssimmee This reduces. the United Land Com yes. Syrup for two year and have never
Monday evening to the list of towns in the paa,.'. holdings In DeSoto county to Mr. Carson then showed a picture See Guts and -Bratton' stock$ of had a preparation that has given T I- :- !1
Reserved seats. for the "Ariel .Quartet" State. that he successfully entertains."' about. 160.000, acres. Such portions of, of a man out of sock standing in front holiday good before buying.< better satisfaction. I notice that when s i'; i
on pale at Dann's Bookstore.Maj. these ]land a* are) timbered will be of saloon where free lanobee were I sell n bottle they come back for
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Butler with farmed for turpentine and the. prairie advertised, hi. wife and little child Millinery at reduced price at Mn.Chaadler' I can honestly recommend It.
]. Alex St. Clalr-Abram arrived heir children Patrick and Joan and: land*.will be used. In ,the formation of were clinging to' him, pleading:: with. .. mo. and at. Osoeola Phar jj r.
Vesterday from Jacksonville oa legal. if Us Fit Henry, passed. ; Uaroullbto1l'll line cattle which him not<< to go In, and Just across the. Z.6. 11.0 .....k..A..1.A.iaaQaa' ,
ranges Lo.... ''. box and atTress's. __ ____ -
business.W bull
on Tuesday from Narcoosioe, &I'lou./ar- street was a sign "Wanted men, ) good .
ties are contemplating : % fi itt: fli T% Ai nfti i atai
.. D. Maklnson went to Jacksonville on their way to Orlando for few. closing as large stock farms, which killed laborer wanted men, sober ___ __-___ Bound KlduiVi-Nr..,r mirth.{ 1 t
last week on .Thursday, returnlog days.Chrlatmaa. t + will be stocked with Improved beef men." This loll why he wa out Of Dolls, la endless- sixes..and variety The use of Smith's Sure Kidney SHOES Lawrriaa.j S"J. _

on Monday.C. cattle and graded by the importationof work. Wanted sober men, and be at >IJtallf: rd'*.. Cure will' produce-both. 'Try *a bottle . '.rf*r *fptF-r ir* >4nmtmmmmitnmflmrntnmmmimnrntminmmmm1
O. Newton will' drive a well for Box For Se..ol,... the best bull from Texas and from could not fill that poaltlon. and b Your druggist . "
Cap Clay: Johnson, Jr., on thpOsborn Last week the Times-Union and.Clt.lien other State. In the South. A large Out of 7,000 factories business wholesale. Fresh line of Candle J Just received sells it. oonvo". .)'. 1 \

property. .. which contained we were unfortunately the following unable news, will packing be established house and cold at some storage central plant who louses were, and addressed prominent a* to .whether houses at City Bakery. .Stops the Cough ' " " " ' ' " ' '' ". -

Or. Thomasson went to Narooossee print for want. of space: joint in therange, probably. nearIrke they retained a man In ahelr. employ* Buy your. Christmas Liquor from -PHON. a
and work off the .
Monday on a' professional visit, and "A meeting of the executive committee Istokpoga. 'The timbering! of meat who was' known be an habitual . A Ie; Bearden.If Cld. = : i
-Loughman a day or so later.; drinker, about 6,000 replied, no Laxative Bromo Quinine ere
of the Friend of the Seminoles this large tract will eventually need .tondo. .
I VAU dirlatmaaGood cold In No .. "
Ideal a ODe day. Pay.Price C. W. GRIFFIN
W.. J. Bryan i County.Attorney for was' held Thursday at the office of the 1 the building of a railroad eastward, Mr, Carson closed with another picture go' 'sL.'r iord'-- -'----1 pent. Cu. |> a
has .
from Zollo Z
Dnval county, been in town several secretary."The.worktngs a point near Spring a* _
days this week on legal business //of the society since' an offshoot from the main line of the In which two men are standing< Don't tha you get all He'Foniid -h-
; r the last meeting showing Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. In a burial ground engaged In earnest A Car. '

were over
gone Dann'a.Mrs. .
kinds of Firework at ''
C:W. W aid,secretary of Th United considerable progress in behalf of. On Tuesday. Mr. Ward went to Bar- conversation. One a barkeeper, 1 I. R. H. Foster, 318 S. 2d 0" Salt. ..
".. ''Land Company arrived from Jack- tbeTlorld.lndlaa.. tow and closed a deal by which Lawrence complaining that. his customer aredying Chandler baa reduced price Lake City, write "I h." both 1 fancy family Groceries
J :onvllle on Monday, and I II' pending "Ap Ilcatl ..ns for new membershipshow McNeil of Savannah acquired and his business on the decrease ott all Millinery Specialties. I ered with dyspepsia or indigestion for
4i' "a few day here. the scope of !the influence of the .64,000 acre of land In the .tract and he asks what be shall do. 21 years, have .tried many don
"'''. v Everybody' !: 11'11w.a' to hear the society. known* Klsslmmee Island and Its. 1 Th other, a wholesale liquor dealerglancing Stanford'. 1* headquarter for Santa , without releti but I have'found .

,:/ .. Artel Quartet1 and If you don't 'The following name*were presentedand vicinity About 8flOOO acre of these toward. the public school .Clan j In Her 1 recommend It to. all mT TS.,
back better. within. light: said recruit business 1 friends who afflicted. .
' .'want to seat you'd acted upon unanimous vote atfdr-werv purchased item the Ual..dLaod 1 your are taatwayand FEESE -
r' go to Dann's and have one reserved. of the committee .I ct.lalrhem to membership Company and the balance from from the rank of the public Nice assortment of made-u ,- Picture it U curing I.h.U.too. COo at Osoeola E \ .

\. dr/.nd "M. Kreamer : George U. Holoomb,. Arlsona the Florid Land Improvement Company ohool. Those boy must take.the Frames, at J. W. Thompson Pharmacy., 1'
v j.. Mrs. Harry leaving ; Prloleau Rill, Atlanta. ,, Oa.; the .. ,Klsslmmee Land Company place of th. one who are dying bet C Delivery ever day, at any hour 1.) patronage e solicited. S
arrived Saturday night
on Fire-cracker .
by day. Whoa boy shall U J'lr -creclrer.1! All a
Mrs S. Louisa. Morn Orange City and L. W. Klahr of Philadel If Y o r from Trouble
"for Fort. Myers on Monday, where Fla.; F. Van Agnew, 'Klsslmmee; phia. The turpentine and timber In- 'Your boy or my boy.*. 0I fresh good, at l>aDD'. Book Store.All Ue H.A Sure Kidney Kun.y. NothIng -
look' hi Lee
Mr.'Kreamer will after Cu.
. John M. Swain Ft. Drum Fla.; Mrs.Jeanette erests. In these. one lands will be attended I Mr. Carson gave in connection with klad.JOB like it for diseased kidney. WW11iUUUUUUl1UU UUUlu11WW11WWWW '
property. promptly 6,
;;county Robinson Murphy, Mrs. Dean to by Mr. McNeil, while took this picture a positive Infallible rule and neatly don .this ofBoe. cents at Osoeola Pharmacy. 1 e ,. I
a / J. M.Wlllson, :Jr.; went to Orlando and Mr*. Ward, New York.City' railing In the latest and most 1m- by which not to become drunkards: I v Pi't/ntrnY.q' .riFvP'' r'Yn'Yr4n1F'Y' ._ rII .
!eta> *" on Tuesday to attend. the annual The society. was' empowered to lo. methods of the West will go "Never take the first wi...," Large stock of Toys, Doll. ,and Prescription I .
v chapter meeting of. the Royal Arch oats another desirable .tract of land hand in band with% them. "The Glasses by the wee little Chinaware novelties for Christmas. The Best for MalariaCWIIs N. D. SMITH.' F. O. Lan. .. W. LMTIB. c'
w Masons, of which society be is a mem- and to employ a surveyor for" that At Bartowon Tuesday Judge GeorgeU. one wa well delivered and brought Wade. at Gals 4k Bratton's. and Fever I I. a bottle of Grove'. l>
ro ber. A fine banquet _followed the purpose. Complaints. have been mad. Holoomb recently of Anions,. home some truths, when t.beTold u* Tasteless Chill TODi I 1. ;*lmply The Tampa. Monumental Works
meeting. .. ' to the society that the law against the purchased from Lawrence McNeil of about the first glass, being taken In "1847" Roger Silverware. Price iron and quinine ta..l.. for ) ,

.. Don't miss the."Ariel, Quartet.," at sal of liquor to the Indian 1. being Savannah, a ,magnificent tract of fun and second beoiope the other. do way down at Dann's Book Store.. No,cure, No pay 'Prl 6. t MANUPAOTURBRSOr* .''' ' y''
'. the Auditorium Monday eveningDe violated and the secretary was Instructed about 70,000 acre in. the Klsslmmee it and lobe !third because It wont hurtme '
cember 2ttth. This will be one of the to report the. .matter. to. the Island between the Klsslmmee River et.o..,'uatll the 20th was reached' Guava Juice In can to make Jelly. Favorite Family Remedy.
best attraction of the Lyceum course, proper authorities." on the east and Arbuokle Lake and and that wee not enough )'''. WATKB A CARBON. Ono.. Co. Frequently accident occur In the I Marble Granite Monuments, '

; .and will be appreciated by.all lover 'The annual meeting pf the society Arbuckle Creek: on the west. This A recitation. friend's showing bow. a glass ofclaret Firecracker V *w i that will pop- at- *Dann'sBookstore. household, which cause burns, .cu..., I '
was by Miss Bettl.Aullman
wa' called for January-the date to will that this will havothe a I '
mean '
,,1\.1- of good mnslo.e country .. sprains and bruises; for use in such
be the .. society, benefit of the long experience andwellproven think.recitation wa well calculated to,make 'oases, Ballard' snow liniment ha I Headstones and Tablets.1 .
Rex Graythe.
Judge George U. Holcomb cam Rt. Wm. Crane method of Judge Hol .one Stanford has a large line of . for many-year been the constant favorite "
4 dawn from Jacksonville on Monday "A very pleasing part of the meeting oomb, who ba egress portion A by Mis. EvaWoodill, t 005 Ilarrison Street '
for spent : for th* young 'family redl. Zoo, and 4 TapFiorda
Tuesday .6
morning Curfew
leaving "Tht Bell
night presented
/ wa the Instruction' to lend a of his life In the cattle problems of and the old. at Pharmacy.Sailboat .
tl I Bartow. Be will return here next Christmas box to the Cow Creek"tribe Anions and other Western State. home-truth when she ..Id. If the pa- .ILO (ol. x
.week. accompanied by ""Mrs. Holoomb of which old Tallahassee Is Chieftain."During Be Intend to apply all hi*' _U. rents. were so Indifferent to,their chil "Just arrlyd-fnelotllctuteldculd- to Let-Apply-,\ Valley Mich.re4. Ire Peaelaa Specialty.BstlsMte b -
,; and his daughter" Miss Ems.e the summer a fine assortment known energies. In establishing a dren's welfare a* to allow t.bem0.. be lag and Mat Board.' Oatette office. en Hartlegmmminmnimmmmmmmmniunnmnmimmm ranlshed,
f"' On Wednesday night Dr. Thomasson of Dead wa* contributed by profitable stock ranche, and be will in dancer during the hour of darkness J. W. THOMpnoK.Firecracker ., 'Ill.
a H .+ took the third rank and Dr. J. W. friend In 7 New> York City. These, together by Into that surely the State owed It-tobers.lf L.". Chocolate* cure Chronic ,
......Hlmpeon tbe second rank at the with contributions to the society nuiveehs! ock the test busing of !tab to protect these innocent children *, Roman Candles, Toredoes and Liver trouble. ... ...--.A.. ...lLC '
i Friendship Lodge, No_lO, Knights\ of from tune\ to time in the form of finest and most. suitable bull be can and hsrsslf from a future as.ralion Paper Balloon, dec. at the Pleasant to take. Putty Vegetable.Guaranteed {'
.... .Pythias. Both gentlemen were on the money for the purchase of useful and Ha ba decided to move of men more or 1 lee acquaintedwith by OsoeolaPharmacy. 1 fl(I
((110 needed articles will b ken crime, by keeping them in places .
f..1oI'eDU the next day apparently Ro4q sent to- gladden next week wiUt--Mr Holeomb
r'. .bu- the hearts of these Florida ward and hip daughter. Miss Em Hoi- of safety, at home during the hour.* of Hook make nice presents.. W* Oysters For Clant_. ".
".... v at the white man's Christmas.. tomb, and intend" lo make Klsslmmee darkness. have lust received a new lot at Banns Leave your order for our Christmas .
" : 'S.U.T&uUman THOMPSON.
.I; :::: & ha sold the KlsImmee "The amount to be expended la the his future headquarter The select r..ding.lad' eolo were Book Store. Oysters with Cha*.'>B*.*. E ,
i drug' store to T. O. Conklln of box will be The all so good that. I wish all could have '
tao. society Is informed A deal has )lust, been consummatedby
.'Tampa,-who will soon The arrive same to take full by letter from Billy Bowleg which the Florida Land Improvement , heard. enjoyed sad remembered them.Fuaa . I cent Ice&,a In pound any -quantity for sal*,by full weight. YOB .DO' What Yea Ar Taking 1 UNDERTAKER R and_ .EMBALMER, I r'
person lly. RKPOBTxm.
charge :
that Tallahassee being
i* totally blind Company the Ktsslmme Land W. B. MAKPOON Co. When lake Orovs's Tasteless.
1. .r line of good up-to-date stock wUl be led around by the children and Company; and I,. W. Klahr of Pbllalelpbia Chill Tonic because the formula .. or-
''i" :'continued >*s.\U( nothing had happened that b* I* very feeble. have disposed of their entire plainly bottle showlog = .A.rTa a
.. alloy Mate*. 1.Job Printing done In city style printed on every O.SES. OOj--.NS
I' .r. ,. The box will be stenciled Chief Tal toldlng In Florida, consisting> of that it 1. limply Iron and Quinine .
The Atlantic Coast Line t this otfloe.'-' . L&ilss and ,
I T* )*,?( "-l",A' Van'Agnew returned; on Monday Band Chieftain of the Cow Creek about 460,000 acre, with the exception lal. of round trip ticket to announce all point' In a tasteless.. '01. No. Cure, No Pay. Qnt' Bra Rebs.
i night. withJudgeI Holoomb from Seminoles Hungry Land, of a- small .tract, of phosphate east of the and south of' For Fin Florida Syrup Mad your EOo AND =
;:Jacksonville, going to .Bartow on'Tuesday via West Jupiter. ., Fie ' lands t In the weaampart. of Polk Ohio and Mississippi Potomac rdra to the Shaker Coloay-Narcoos- STANDARD BBW1KO, MACHINES. a.
t iY ,.morning-.He returned on "In this communistic band each county. This I.1 a very large transaction of and rivers Nw, Year'sholidays on account ' ass. Fla. FlvoGaL tin 18.10. T CORE A COLD IN ONK: DAY OIDIR.IT MAIL OR TiLIOIAY''
.pi .Tuesday night and left for Fort M)'. person will receive some hare of the when it may b* said that they Chrlstma T.k Laxative .Bromo Quinine Tab GIVES PIIIP ATaMTIOX. . .
'Joa"Wedlleed.y, .,,' where he expects box." owned land In DeSoto, Polk at on and. one-third. fare Yon nan get yogejpb, Printing don . Al drull... refund the money : DOER HBPAIUKQI AYD rACWe
for the round ticket be sold _
: .\: sir"" ,>d>*taf about a _11. The doe Christmas' .box la now Manatee, Lee Brevard Orange andLair. Duo trip; to at thl!" office In p. O-dat.a. attractive If It & K. W. Grovs's IURJIUI f t
1oo"'lo" ; 1 ready, full of all sorts. Of delightful .counties, the major part of their 23d to-tflth, Inclusive 190& lOt.hd tyl lei; reasonable rate.. nature on each box tto. I E 08.1 role TBB QBOaQB W. CLARK CO'a TOMCaMAYNARD i
it ; j..tb. ski i. 10Ju\ .
P On Saturday 20th at the K. of' things to bang on a Christmas .tree. lands however. lying In the otiuntie and January 1st, good to AND 1sOK :,
.. .:;1P.. ball/a Knlghte\ of i''ytbias entertalnmant candle*, toy., food stuffs, .end ns.fulartideealittle of Polk! and DeSoto. return up to and Including Jan.. Id. Wate4.Wa 1
a will be held and Miss Eva of.verythingtopleaseeveryone Not<< long &C'O' the Southern StatesLand For .tad..t upon presentation- andcertificates Sailboat built' :r! would Ilk to, ..k.there UUUU1U1Ul1UWLUIUUIUILUIUUlLU1U1ULULULULULUU1
.,L. Dunning. will Impersonate .. of i signed b/
no matter of what age or and Timber Company, of New boa column of your paper '
J of th*'.Cabbage Patch a taste, and a* the box weigh' 182 Orleans" bontraoted for the purchaseof superintendent i principal) or preel- LET .IID" II at person who ha.'used I I. ,
1O\'i V>most charming manner. Tickets< ,at pound and theN are about 100 8etnl all the Jacksonville Tampa and dent of aeluoat.loa.lin.tltatooe,/same -1 ** the servicef For for the cure "of lad : ': t ::. t.. t, ; .
.DaD.' at the rate" of 2M each. Com rate will be offered ticket to be sold t : .
notes in t.h. Indian' Town--and. Cow Key West R..Uw.'l.d. In the State Inclusive:: all lover of nautical .po"" She and Liver !1
1 + alii I Dee. IMh to tad, ,good to return
oau, eome '/11ft Creek band braves cured-and
counting squaws These land aggregate considerably I. first-class in *vry particular, with has not been we '
{ 1adie bt; the and pIO&lllaa.beN should be suffl- and scattered up to, and Including. Jan 0th, their result such II
one Baptist church beer a million acrea are wo*. ** -.. thoroughly competent sailor at the a* sour '
a. mv. fortunately secured the ervtoe" elent to enable them to spend *a trulymerry throughout. fifteen oolla'..*. Th rail- Between both of which; In helm ,Apply to VallsyGasette office. fermentation of food b.bltualctl".- LUMBER.Co. .
polnte, arc ,
't'f. '", .of Mr*. 'Jeanette. Robinson-Murphy, Chrlstma' It. will ba shippedat rood company was not in a position Floridaiokw.will ba ness' nervous dyspepsia, .*, 1" 't
't ".bo" now tn Orlando, -for an ....- one by rail to Jupiter;, _d... from to make clear title, the land being date cold om.aa. despondent sleeplessness
ling of delloioa entertalamen atone thence by team to Indian Town.. covered by a heavy mortgage to an* limit at rate of Notice In "any treusl. connected with t0
t '.. Opsrs "Uo_ .some time during' the -- - w M M w. w eastern. trust company. Bat this one first 01... far fop tb. *round trip. . .' , . the fa or IJverP This medicine Saw and MillsNow '

,,,, Jatter part- of this month, and due notice Orange Harvest, mortgage t.I now being foreclosed lathe 1Utlpta4tll -" To my Friends and Patron has been sold for many years In allcivilized ,
I' will b* given of the exact data. 'The ahlrmrMmts frnm TTIaatmmaa thep'eeentdate Circuit Court of Clay county, and Ova Btr.,,,,, ,. I have received a large assortment countries. and w* wish to Piani"lg i e
"t-ir- : : Calhoun week -about-15,800 a* won a* the case 1* closed the title replevin cae wa triad*In:Jadg of Wblskle. Wines, Gin, Beer etc. correspond with,you and send yon In (' : '
: sold his
N I store business. thin to Chen: W. Dana boxes' and to this must be added will be conveyed, to the Louisiana Harwell's coon oa, Tuesday concern-. for the Christmas trade* sod can save one of our book free of cost. I yon Yellow. and Plt Pe Kind. .
yahee .. company lag' the ownership of ft certain .\Mr. you money on yourholiday orders.make never tried August Jor. onetattle
about from
who will also continue to conduct hi* point on the W have known of OR3 ,'. 'TT ,' .' ,I'
t tJllf. Baa railroad. Beside: ttteea Kissl'mme. be& F. O'BePI"7.adl.1I. Bron- I a specialty of the Jag Trade 6..t -TPTX"X'L. .
'bookstore. ba.aID the same suoMful J/N. Taylor 3.1. and better. to It* ,. so, something .moreserious \
baa 2,600 crate of mixed Karcooaae 0..0.... son. represented am serve you I
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-progressive manner a* chipped and Jones of Or- that line .prp before.My I.1 the with '> you. Ask MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
vegetable*., .. . O'Berryt. ones ID ever mar
On 'of ,
....\0'_ 'We the fact that the most &DII" 1 .
landoCand W. J. Sean, reprweated3.13.'Bronson. [ 1* complete In every partlolar. your oldest dl"CIlt itt
.* The Waters ie Carson Company
his shoe Grocery ssfnl In the .Il
'' lar. Calhoun Is rea"rn c, orange StateMr. ,
/up grower -'- 1
,,! 1 ,ytWrr.but feel ;passing Into have shipped 4,250 boxes of or- I. .H. T, Butler of N_. ., ."Ths Jury, after a fw! -, A. E _BBABUBif.VongbiBC :, .O. q. UJ. ,WoodbuI. N, J.IF .- r .

'>jnost 'worthy bands. < angel In the past week and t.beT.z. who OWIIII a fin.i grove personally. Tr minute in, deUhcration, returned a!. Spell CMNed Uratft."Harry .
pest to close their packing bouse tomorrow and takes other diet favor of 3. F. O'Berry.: '' L . ,
charge of grovee la : 1 r
Teacherss '
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Osceola Duckwell XS TOD YOUR
, To of CoIUl'TIto I possible, for a short lima his neighborhood. Mr. Butler ships aged 'years.
.' 4 4eeompfanoe! with Sec. '*, Chapter The Vb. B. Maklnson Company... little else. '..\ "fancy" fruit In fancy .. ...... aXnt Twaohern'Tb ... 'I choked to death early yesterday morn- S C
Florida. yon will please busily chipping and they will continuefor itylc, getting fancy price, and his"Clown"brand ,.......... I tot at his home J tn the. presence of hi.wife t'a. '
:close yonr schools, for tbe Christmas two or three week! C'P'Roe ha more call upon annual cession of the 'FloridaState and ehll He contracted alight rat t pp the 0
'holidays, not later, than the evening buck brought them oa Friday 175 ',. \ cold a day ago and paid u a
i' than b* can supply owing to. thearmreputation Teacher Association will bel'c'tut CITY BAKERY
,of Dee 23rd sad open them January:1r boxes, returning' to Lake Klsslmmee, ha ha given. It. Already Orlando, Des ZMh to. ... IV rat lll attention. Yesterday.. morn- it, weald I :
earlier than' the. morning. of where he meet Norma III, at opoe. this season ha has .hipped 1400 : law seised wit. _fit of cough'. y acameyonrvclf. Wdonotb) I
tbe. Sad. .WVjJ. BunoM, Supt. and ha back with log which some time
came : on Thursday boz.> of fancy tangerines ZOO boxes Th progrunmcswhich. too long
,. ,TbeVAlAsrr OATBTTB received a S40 more all of .which, came. from* of large, clean 'grapefruit, and 300 to b**need her. I* very strong. and Interesting lis wife sent for a.p.lcl_ but b Ucv* id nttt We b. .57-
.1.t1, ..'stationery for the. polnte on the) RI.! ... boxes of bright oranges, and be ..- ; and Inasmuch aa .the convention ; fore he could and oou died In only. ; :
.hrge.hlpo. thl,,I. week. Including Capt. Clay Johnson, Jr., with the pent to chip about 400 more boxea of will b* *o near us this tuna,, It tog spell came on Duckwall b a I -Tt
.' Letterhead/ .. Notehaad*, '. Billheads; Roaeada, arrived yesterday. with 350 tangerines. 100 boxes of grapefruit U ameatly hoped that very. teacher. f.1100..1.-S. Lout Olob tillable dro< it I possible t F-C' -
Statement*,.Flats, Linens eta pur boxes from down the river, and today and 600 boxes of orange*, all of which who can poulbly do ao,.will attend: lorahonnd, D. 1LIt Ballrd' bay. *Cur stock .In A 1
job busioees I* oa the increase and the Roaeada' weal across the lake to will b* of the finest quality.If at least a day or two. : VW. .sad l. ke Cram t I ,I
li the Poor Farm and the R. C. Barber' \ .hn. 250, 60c _
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we are showing op appreciation .by all orange grower* and shippers : B. Hurrow. a o be' ,
,turning. out better work than ever b I'I'OftIIJo-1wIDIr1G Carson box* would be aa systematic In the culture" Public Instruction d.eeoi& Co. Pharmacy. Cheese, : Line .
fore.,.itw. ;L :daM_ "sodLaap-todWpyl.,, The'good. work. goes. on trait In noh perfect" condition, .Alletll ........ Ca ,t.PoJuc, A wed deJf 01 'i
y+ this 1* . right. mad ly. there would never be a green stain oa ' haloes ;{ .saes asM wm.anr.ea.
A'trial la In' R'POkO'tS'
M+' Mandl fl-r.J'1>.. Q. .Waflna aDd the orange background of lair Flor-. Judge' JoIa_now.'* court progress, to which JoaUiaa '. :, ' .i aU Crcke

their little'Vdangbter"' ?*of Lalayeite Tfe*> Ariel QwVrtwt.Tb Mae..hbld of honor., I StrioUand 4*. wuUavoring to ,s1.u.Mre M s'erybea ... "A P Sts A THY on BAK.Rv

y,' InsX/vrrived -.....,..a,.' Mr. Wag- attraction In the KUslmms Xtjreenm ., -$ n+rvepbvla seven head of cattle In the Ltve \ .1
.jar u ajlaughter-of H. 8. 1'o4d. and eourve c will be the "Artel Quartet 'Dr.. Howard .A. Kellyexpeote'dIs Ioa of Needham .......... ,Jo.' a see.w. will ;They .. ., : ', .
:ah InlenA to spend th* 'winter at her ," of Boston' who win .ppaar'In here. 411r'tQbe CLHstma*.... I 1* .jranisssnted by "a'.t"f. t', ,. jyetJSaif Lit .
'4. athra home.;J(... Wagner will ty AIi41 CIIII' KoII4qr ..... professoV' ,of mrnrjr' at John y ":, .IGI. "" .'.__ ar* maorcftw ..' 1 /_ c *-n 'R1 -

.azJi ;two week only and la...April next he 0..Tb" trs.tthat kin Ua.:3.: : .'Baltimore. .My "..1J .for icb permit] UM an*'at ttes ...' 'Z 14INE.. '.CANDIES., .. : "'.. .. ,
+, mate.bmw4 W br1n fsiU7 ruts beero.glrl' ,tae aoe*. with,. :Br7- taadJ. 3 and ,kl. to ,1e.w.ilatelyabsorb lbs FI'ptO" ; lkI
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_ r"ti"FLOWERS of the sun a great deal Instead of,, premium list. "and.;. Wb her. ..11. '> : :' .

; full'lll1ovln. it:baclc ;'into the .,,1NN older S tree !Ja ar 1 __' "_'t"'r.'W' -o'-.H', t' 'n- iiffparr O% ',

Thus. treated the buds will soon r"l Invariably 'cl''inj boifinga: over the pu open '',7'. "' .
and,dcveop.) :,nta.Iovely flower. It fruit,(and D reason whir with Juice fee partly and, f.uc .' . ,..'

.$ p Frjin. tb., Florida AgTriourturlallf stiU) proves' inifjactable stir a little bo age ,aiL the grove may not do. just at- ,finishing., end) *li opt l .,_.. a' 5, ,'T't t U of'epKle*.'la two sI.! *.;rl".Ob' i"u$ i obSpol I \', "

$ Datmr* .__.....) dust into the aoa.tlll.'nll'" / care not v to'. .well as the trees 1 thPt'.'which the W'Wl'to. rum o.vy .lC.iy'a*>' the 4.*.-lf )!* for,Ma in Oraag* Oroy"wlth 14 neta.t 13, ) ., .,.
touch the roots. I by the way, was !* be jaic follow weter.m.skiaimingcommences ,
S t in November IW) we wrote a' brief ._a. S I ihedded and consequently the olde. : and one man should do ,,, Horse 'Morgan Spading:; I

a description of this plint . UK\V.: \lih. ur ihi'i \UMTS' tTOR I Mr,,.Stevens is now nothing eUcu,A* the.juice passes along -- D Hao'

S -. It **..>ot-very common in cultivation.H . CA.I A UK!!'THAT CONTAIN, covering to the nne system; which veer'the heatedsurfac: of the evaporatorand --I.-- S 4. l wld'| t sets -of Bp.d.i'in.w;: . ala**.-1'1"_ ud It;.t.b". :
it .were beter' known it would be MKRCDRTiiu'iiurjr : gives two-thirds and onethird.shade. is skimmed It changes color and Increases 5 r --' '' I

-J'. (I found in-the garden of every flower Th. 1* the but. not only fa in,;density" By. the time it ? ,: I
a lover 1 la Florida. It is usually sent out hi \ will. surely ..Je. .t....., -th* as shade sunlight goes, but I for reaches: the outlet the f-..ter should' be WIftRD: pIsjABRqW.:

under'?*the name of f Datura arborea, I through, .. th< .UIUC'"'* .nr......, l5"c" ..iticiet .. quick handling I in winter and storing up Bone and a eantnlo stream of 'rrpgin.j ,' S -? 1 : '
$though the true specie of that nameS I should oeva'r \04 uacd except ort in .umme.' So aatisfied Is Mr. Stetson .t density->y ,ph* IL .' ," ipe0illF\us.ful a..lud1'1..d InfMted with maiden. _' , ,;
cultivation I
unknown .
-'is-nearly 'e : also onuS
or.qii results that be Js having the meter/ t Is olOly u Mao t .
Mi' this country. preacrlptloo;:front reputable phy'l .covered about When all .isrking.WeU: is noMopbetweaa "I ,, .sad I .ID.. De .p ..4nWrb&u..b..ltkh.
., S r >-na..blo.som. being trumpet-ihaped, *' tha damage they-wlll do. Its "d' loU .I acres additional tl ..e, the pile of ter the Spading fang t. fra. (
S c
S white and very' large have gained 'th.004 \ : ileriv! a '
pur to .
'yo.n possoi7 barrels'or 'can danger' '
? for It the common name of "A llel from tbvrn. 11.11'Jot..1a Cure.I u. .ta44e._ barrel yrup .f } ..wailing for'o. Weederf! .
.0tni Adjustatter'
Trumpets. The root are hardy in sense of muell .jj uouipletcly' Oerang J11 The- : } :
Along about; now It, the(time boiling to a*' it does -S II ,
.. .. many :
for the .
u this part'ol *Jhe State same aianuliMtured"t> F.'M. 4heuc7.444eUU. ; : *,C top from the f.eding'atth. 'mill until ,
-:- plant that we set out, in! the .prlng..otS .. OH ......1\0:,....| .... uiemurv. auU and|Potato the plan question* are buying I theif seed It I. into syrup, Well-itrain- ei hi ,;; ;. j; : St T.a'a A first-ola*.oroadoaai weeder,ala. low.price.m .
is [
? 1000 is'now in full bloom. It has lived IMkru. iiilvrui,.i.lUK lireutly II........ see a Imrnt ed' enerte, skimming and well ,
through two winters though last win. .....' Miiwle tjmlviu wHttu... .M...t".11 It one equal to 'mater cleaned .thoroulh have + li .
.. ... .. "' .. and of culture. 'evaporators a ,, ,
ter' long continued'cold was a severe . ik.'I, iI4iCU aurljve Ut at great influence the of i, V
on quality
should the seed be of .syrup.Experience f' "
(or the plant was not banked andS .. Uir Uaiarra (good .tok suitedto : 1
test system In. buying>> S\
the but should good : only -a tell how to gorge , 5 S. .. i '. '\' :. : It -
loc.lty. "
"" went, through -absolutely unprotected.: Our be sure you get the geuulb* .' tt i flow ,
the faucet-md ,
,' It is planted in good aoil'-and.has . .... "* U4a..r Itfiv ". first the lutbel planter juice: t1 syrup.squality . Itltjv -nai4y u of fire and the skill of the Wiad ..'
Has juice pafent yiy.3l/Pl 9.w' Horse.
to trust ; the other matter is : l\\
_d.. been fertilized! but does not seem to do. (Ohio by F. j'Cbeoey Oo;,TluiunUI ih;hif out operator'anfluenqps'all( thEse thing' *t ; ;
own shipped couth ,
thrive i is-et.jjiould.. Probably the..soilin .* 4nn).,. hnd. 'See aim In'aeveiaJ lxplror .
4 cliemicalwha-: tw.sipei/1Ias ")'1.. and two Swlv :f 'l
I not dry enougTC:: ,The plant is now 5dlU!. by'IOU dgginU.. |vr.' ... .The, petItoatic. and I.te'rn.damage* I. often dorte being short'rSld ever The in"nter'good;"Uses pure 1>juice* : but If ,cane; Is I I a'we.-. irlaally designed for use AH aide hills They bon p.ILleular. . 1 ,
-S "
between four and five. .feet high 'with valuable vineyard fcnd orange groves, they '
that -leaves perceptible frosted other oreh.r. .
'freeze markon souring from being or .
a ;
( any
: .aueilyt'ii'Il' \. . the txwi. .
spreadingtop.-, 1a1p1 r ,mwe3 -". !tot the truck .
qUite a ,_ or or farmer where far" -
the potato ; "Y'&
a .. ; 'on the other h.ld. seed cause It can'be much improved by- '' ,.a '-
bore few flowers early in the sea are' tot s
It S yowl
a '
bulked long time''in- this istpongy itrtly.neu" nul wn'e 4rln. ,
a water
sin. Dec. 1, it is in full bloom. CULTIVATION/ OF,,' COTTON.' I using a litle lime. to ) S
Now blossoms and about ,- ;and has put vigor, that i I.neededI.ter. tralize aCld.; care shouUVbe. take Ward; Ohe-Horso Sti-el, DC'4W' p'nw"aHr' .) fN ,, ,
over a dozen s . , '
into white that to' too much lime as i it would ." ,
sprout comparativtly not use A" uA
Hair Make the Rcinwacratl
I '__- many seven bud Inches. ;.As across: each when flower fully is expanded sjx or- toe ,. ,,,Orp. ' 5- .no, goc The- art sboofrbm darken the syrup..,,Juice: ,oould b 1m.dto : f Thea. Ptewase.tms4e-.4..s.vetsl! 'slices.. !', .'-
sit eye valuable one to .the .extent .jof turning 4>|uft Wlard..Onelorse.Oaraen '
S afld'frdm nine to twelve inches ,: Cotton= I I. >a sen\i-iropical plant and plant litmu.rl' Plow Adapte to All Soils. 5" ;
of. and thit1 should
1 be faint red. Very
55 5 long, a few blossoms make a grand display. should not be planted until the' soil becomes m.k a' weakened'nor'lo.t. " _,.'-_.a. .I_. . :. : The- above. mrs some) of .the I.t. .the) Wlard Plow'Cosnp..3' S .:
5-V : j .fv.i f i ** -a/-
: sufficiently warml the lime for Seed while still firm and "M" 1'of lower lob w* are i catalogue* and ,,. '
bought I Sa.lo ,
) pleasant
early Juiee.f y ,
"varieties. In Texaa fnol'.than .p.
delicate and /
. The fragrance pleasant, planting southern dormant, -and- in thin layersto acidity. It 1 opinion '

4 ,not toq strong.A . . ... planting nm-oJ-Matrhf'in usually cormnehtes the exlreni akb'ut' north-the the light( exp..d to a certain that when it-is neceearjo: : use lime 'AgriCuituraI ,Implement :Agency,, 'i.

alljaa Garde era belt about the loth of May; line amount ol winter sun:carries thlua It-can 1"n ad ,by fill- BlRADt '
a B. N.. Manager ,
:, Caphea eminent. or "Giant Clgat drawn from'Old' Point Comfort' ;; to finely and has many '( in* a' bCeet .water, makinga ; ; ; .Jacknvi ,, rt ., '
seed otherwise There ari'lwo little In the bottom and suspending
from ; be regarded-at-' the I treue S ;
plant. Mine the Jestaminep CairO,111may -
came drawbacks: to matter of space, over the juice tub where the tWUavlnir ourtelve* In Jacksonville., ; ioour
( .
limit for cotton andlnt U w* ar-I In addition rernl ,
Garden is 28th northern *
S < last year now-the I and of protection against cold the potato is being done the hole for farmer the "**. .' I
of .November. full of flower, in the The land well t prepared ,'lap aN purba. at lowest market prrfiy Inplemen. t >r sr ?.-.,,;,
then lay .off into drill.-abcJut four feel' being less reailtantlOcold' when enough to admi about 2 dtp.a min br, to thoM. we 0'1 IB. _stock,'* to. prompt. shipment :
gardenJ but the foliage( it longer andS spread in thin 1."er than when in ute. mill I la- in this ca '. ., .j 1 "
_4 narrow--and; flowers are all on one side apart. preferably/ north and south or' "
better in line with the at two L.II 5 wy It 1 I. easily and thoroughly( mixed "' : '
ol branches. and are longer( than the still sun built me a good tight'otabol In-the cold juice. IMPLEMENT AGEJSCY
ftoTittt o'clock. It has been found that cotton:
Among the flowers : -fGBIClL.TUBFL
say. the
,$ leaves ire quite small i in such row is less subject: to rust than house, with removeable slat rada(for The.writer has made B78 gallons'to '
My plant was Fla ; ,
convenience in I : Jabksonvi le
S toJirit the and sold the for B centsper..ga1Ioq r ,, i
and It will h.ndhn. acre 5' .
left in the ground'last winter'.lId early in rdw\ running east west _
this nights with __ __. ,
in apridg threw out 'shoots be well to. run a coulter: or' other .eitaUeplowraeveraltimeaiwihebotIOmt- buil cld !:: -This-acre givinft J7p. T'S. un -
and- hat -
'-- --' "--
-------" "
oil g0-01 Ventilationand .- was m fine pie.- : ; ; ---- - -' .".: -' : ;
bloomed .
all .ut.lIIer..anUaUttlHl..tir.t.U light( ) is somewhat .''l writer'sbelief that ; ',l ,
land the
-- of the-drills, thus forming loose bedattight good
pole t would bloom all winter. I ,
-* the used in and -
plan ] Europe

S The one tia bicolor of flowers the,(few only are fine very much yellow muchjike. larger flowers.) ; ii Manet.really 4 to loot expose to broad twelve the; care aubsoki inches-should' deep to be,the and taken sun about, not es- not coming treating yet on approved into seed use thurls in Itself the! but north the and methodof experimental has.I! if that BOO out are gallons'old idle.;it r9" 1''a. b'n called and the the: 'vetr.pit Jorida I land*< ATLANTIC'AST'iiNE S'i: III011 T'P p B I F l

Tecoma: stans is in bloom in the (garden pecially' if the plowing be done late in 1)'Oc th i [armer. .
S_,,._ ,- great big bunches of lovely yellow the seaaoii near planting time. Said This point is not for eating poJoes .. The 'object' of this rlcl Is to show 'The Great through Ca, !!| 'I ine' from, Florida.. fr cuiizlfS
; flower It is sheltered from the loose beds will exert sir immense in.ucnct'in the any man what can be at home on _
it'destroy* eating .qualities.
north by fence resisting the effects of drouth.A a small scale. The syrup making
covered with
a BigiioniaS The advantages of it for seed are manyand eme .,
Chamberlaynii. I have never succeeded fertilizer containing the following ingredients weighty beside those already men at a time of the )'ea when there not "5 COA/A/eCT/OA/S./ ; ( & A a I ;
be used: nitrogen three '
with it in a and may much else to .
po always until thin do
tioned.It rots the tuber I .
fall a frost about the first of November per cent.: ,*available phosphoric acid nine .Fore it (gets cut and plantedIt b A. H. Flu.I ,: . TIME TRIED .it
'S. '"
cent. and potash three per cent.: ,
would per SpringsOrange .
it. Thu. monte
get fall
we-have'had Apply on the loose beds at the rate of f ki scab "'bel pre..nt'The e'e that Ala ._ - ;
frost -
no and I have 5

"at last seeing it in had full the flower.pleasure.of- 500 to 600 mix pounds with the per soil acre to the and, depth thoroughly which start is an.tart to green earliness and,, and stocky they P.. Tim- Ua7. t. its own rails to; Savannah: Charleston la..tMure.pclallf'to siillallbe.! ,"|( "hI. js..suftj. ;'

Yellow Cosmos are a glory now I are not easily broken off. Cowpeas have 'constantly;'frown in T. E 1 :
of few inches by shallow plowing GARDEN S
-a W
and via FIELD
great splashes of them thence GROVE
1 here and therein preferably a" feia weeks before seeding The-potato-makes a thriftier and earlier favor., both as,_a forage: crop: and a The, h&to. ; j
the .
garden; even, in the ... EastThe
vegetable start a quicker maturity and a renovator of the soil. Where) the D "
1 garden where the melon Then. construct low ridges on better l !'! 'J van I a: I ., If ._ an Op.ej j SUsawlwrrlaa. \
*5 patch was the drills, and plant cotton seed yield, other 'Conditions beingequal. ion is sufficiently long the Clay and rla" Toat1t rt.
early' in the spring.There open >Cabtacxv-wa can aCpucUtlly-.for .
Wonderful .appear to be best-ad m.
peas ,
hat been the most, the biggest ,above n the is usualway., much Fertilizer economical applied than as It is difficult to 'rot a well greened apted for hay at (beyretaintheir \ '. b. thru.h): Our Slmoc 'r.. 1 has t beat fruit prodncta*, -
more .
: and the purpae. In the stats W* bava had
prettiest Snapdragons here all seed piece in fact the.wonder is that leaves much -better r year practical -
S S .the( year. Now I broadcasting, only about half the quantity this is old : instead of 'Louisvillc_& 4sshyi1iatgorn! .14 have and aseney la crap xperlmeotlng that .ap
years ago had twoS being required. With-proper not an story" a than the- early varietiea. such a* the .pet m a U ;
varieties. that grew in the 'l garden, all of somewhat recent. Black and WhippoorwiU. but the latter Est uipnufacsarer.' i BM apcclal brand tog special ,rp. e. ;
( the 100'"-bed.-will turiiish an maier p.eiee. la atork an U UA.TKU1AU{ ANt I
heyear and ry
,.- do not know if throe never belong hirt them to the I ample supply of plant food. Submitted Clarence by : G. White: a.' better where ad.pte growing for a northern season climate vy .The Mobile. Ohio. I.v';.. Montoe'" Wa were t I.ktl i4ers't0 put.,the djffarent| ,latr.1 IWJ041 1

same variety. I In lieu of the above fertilizer the fol I -. th* reach a fart they ahool c beet In mind when .,. W* offer .
"I> have Hastings Fla. Orr
taken little lowing materials maybe mixed and used. short. Aa to shedding the leaves o 1. (
: jstpcky shoots from near the roots and soda P.Tbere is an article going the defect can: to a-great extent be remedied .J M AMMONIAT1C8:' M1 ; ,
Nitrate of ,
For nitrogen use: 330 Ocean 'Ip CILl.UI't"JI.
: ---p t in little tin cans. to keep over win of found, of the southern agricultural: a plan that soon be given. Via' Savaanab and Stem. CmpP', fo Now S I
ammonia salt.LJiue.
pounds, or r.ulphate ajo wi !
S ter in the pit for I should hat* to lose pounds cr dried blood 540 pounds.. press concerning the thinnint of potato b cnring of is ordinarily attended York Philadelphia. po.ton h.tph..mD"., .

1? kthem S them again.- The big 'plants, some of For phosphoric acid use: Acid phosphate sprouts to one in a Very few. with some difficulty,. especially To Eastvia E to Via Norfolk to. New, York Washington Let-led Blood, _. i U..w. .
cover several feet and are still that have made comparative tests advise during wet ".son... Tha "
in full bloom. 1,230 pounds, or dissolved bone, High' tirade liluiid had. buns, ,- iuj5wra. . P
,. -', I i,060 pounds, or bone meal i,5'5poundsi .this, judging; by my reading. O. W. Blacknsll of Kittrelt. N. c Via and .rch.Dt.: '* Mlnen' Hlootl R.' Blue 8to have .
Si taken of Saun. ' .J '
slip the golden tollage From our field observation, I have S '
claims to have invented a plan for : Bone . pan tlo 1 I
.- .
4 Salvia also. This. Salvia shows the concluded that such practice would decrease Company. Baltimore and, Pliadelphi w 5 .; t
For potash use: Muriate oT potash InC pea'vltmes that appears, to M-- IF .- l-aakagn, 1.11." '
golden color well in p..u ,
::7-- .the window. in no pounds or sulphate of potash |io my yield. It would undoubtedly much merjl. I wi give a brie T. HrlKUt Cot tot. Peed Meal. \\ link' OH (tu..p..'
winter. but not in summer in the sun. I give me bigger potatoes, but I prefer KEY Dark Cottc-r UseS Omuiid .
Some f pounds, or kainit 440pounds. scription of his .as I have r WIT Via Peninsular & Saed. Copparas.Ua.torPuensee. .
- cump.f! it now. since! the days Kainit is preferable to either muriate a _medium._ aiz. Slfie single_ stalk_. hills somewhat similar to add that may in Ocidentl .I Bl-ituipVd "
-5 .. c ,. :..e.: : trb
.P .
are coot; are, very rich, and one notices . .'d'P .' '
S ot sulphate of potash being( almoat : .v. ome respect t>e *n improvement on o.t.r $b-'
it .t'"c: growing( near the dirk green haps. 'i; a different locality, with different J Steamship Companylutcrcbaogeabl to .
.1 his the IT&l5lUI tirivmTOE. and 1
complete remedy against rust. f
( especially .
fa P.r :
1 ee4dint I'
('S Iet't4sort.. Salvla make bright'( spots above quantitiesOt nitrate of seed, moisture ad.fertilt! )', I leaves is InIUt'
in the in the late fall. .. coneernec : '. Potaah.- 5'
garden .
might : my mind; lno..lydouht : : Ma.t .
cuttfng' -
i have. also talceu up small seedling acid phosphate and kainit will make- ch.nle.hether' the advice has a wide .fel' the. pea- )1 ILK&( Old PotaaU; ;c MATlltU.; :
ton of pounds, but other de. vines, which done with a twohorse ''
2,000 any \
I Low Potash (Cut TolMrro
plants of blue'arid white Browallia mem* *. P
fo be using application; certainly here as yet one. number. ol mileage ticket over mfle of among the '
sired .quantity can prepared tnower, a proper 1.Ok. prta -
winter; The. blue Browallia I .0 . italalt, J; No. jiround TotiiMVofine
.large :
j; the samc'prbportions. two or three stalk are a matter Indifference tack about long set I aouthfra ,on the principal '

::3 t:* have .never succeeded with,' and -.noAgeratum Distance: Single stalks may be left S : to me, and I look after tbea in the poles pea field.. telfef: proper are sire. JTbroUgh'Plman Sleeper, Port Tanri to New York, via AtUnticCoast, Canada' ', O.rw0 Aakien. Haled I j Toliacru round ,Tol>*' ,.\

i.; ever make good bloomingplants in the drills from n to 24 inches apart things. S -_. **. W' about four feet .longare then naile U .Ia 'Atlante Coasr-Una a *id iioulhern Railway.; .PHOBPHOUIO OIDI t! r.e.tJroiiUd.'f.I.I.,- .
in -my garden. Just, great rank the of the soil ''i a"lei'.o the poles- Agent, VV.'U.tStark' Traveling Passenger ; '
according to fertility at right afoot Frank
Boleton. Cmmerca All .
weeds alt overall Japsa. C_ c DlMolved Bone iinlvat-lind ,
spreading ground. lu "
} Astor H. M.Vtmerson C..I rou
rich soils require a greater distance I.c above the These \ Butditg. Jackan.ile. Fla ,. .no
S :\k\\ M. E. C. Pear *. .rnd. pit.. 'W. '. Ad Pbopat I' :T t.11.1 I"'r" noI'proportlea. 1..01". ,
In Wilmington.
,I' 'll..1_ ,'' .s rrsattaa *... than poor or medium aoil It the distance writing this article on cane I t.k keep the vines of Traffic-Manager, .fr nera! W : :_ ' -.
i will of. weather ' CartL ; ;
be than Inches It wet .
S '. aad Vlale-t. greater 2( pleasure in giving; my experience-: prevent damage oh, ,. "
,. '\ ," Afford excellent facilities for the cottonto : about four feet in diameter ar* : :
-w }
and Stuk . -, ; i 'I.'Ferfnfz""f)
;. The success. of Irene Moue in grow open. but it will on most lands be growing. converting it Into syrup. con.tned Of the green vine; .. tfi. a C : O.rfPainter; Co

S r l"If'Carn.tion. from seed in South attended-with loss.. On very .rich .land The cnnea are green in color with long extending to top of the poles. T. E, ...:", t S. ,;' '

Florida.-; one of ,the most encouraging the/rows should be wider lI"arth.n joint:. When with knife will stack ar* properly at the ; r.J, cKs. ivl ::f

'"' S triumph of a clever: ..mat ur florist four feet and the distance in the drill break like a peeo. candy.)..The juice turn water. No slop lee I ,. RA CUfV OP FtO.TM".. -I .. ) ( .

lit this age of progress; more than 24 inches. To hi, elton.. ; will register eight to ten degrees den. be given the'stacks: Until the vines a a. S -

?f/: It emphasizes the truth oLthe assertion the greatest distance that will not shy on the average instead of six to sufficiently cured to be"threshed'and I "

Y' _. that nearly all kinds ot( ornamental result in loss should be given thus eight in the common ce shredded.. Te' shredding should b : :

.. plantcan be grown to advantage In affording( proper facilitiis for the cot-: The cane should be planted in done a* s. the vines are Grafted B d-de-dPe'an

this State! No doubt many admirer ton to open. Distance: i i. specially need- seven to eight feet lay off rows with *. may be pl'acieable The plan I. J -T OMiT IAIIW4T. rd II IIN.

. of this lovely flower will be .mo.ved to ed for wet seasons; otherwise the e1l- and aprt. weather. I
S follow her example. and to strictly observe ee.sive weed-that will be produced: will, trt straight plow, plow Furtowt. with should a vine may be cut any time when ,; hava'aevaral; fine one Mini two .a 01!:graflrd anti' buJ.lrdiMwanaofUtaeholoMt {

the direction so intelligently prove detrimental to opening. Cotton be four to bove inctyTdeep. Sow broadcast too wet by rain or dew and stacked LI large thin ahell varietiea. end. finnel stock .

F Riven, (\n her article of recent dste. is frequently left too thick .b)' bal in this furrow. ISO>bj. cotton seed- Immediate.tlterulter. H 41. (. Effect Au.. 28, of the valabala tree ever offered to tlif public. 'orPt

The! Carnation which i I. justly v rypopular thus causing a large portion of tothe Cut tbecanes .b. brie i Mr, .
heal acre.: I in pieces BIakMI' -
has the crop-to be and ruined by froth ..M.I. Oranges. t.
: ,' advantage of being caught 12 to 13 inches long Wid drop in the fur- plan Pomelos, KUmquats
both handsome and Humus: is imperatively need improvement
Ira9 ,
exceedingly a
row eight ten ill ADotbe pi. prble '
to hds'afsart. Do ,
grantIts fragrance i. ed as a basis for the profitable employment' 12S'THOUSAND
more delicious double with\ he : & OVER hndded-Cttnia All laad'luK Ir. f
up as old L on
.. than the orange flower, the Jaamine: or of all commercial: futi"r. In this way only aliout nretie. Procure1 proper number of' poles I I I - sad, Sou- and Orange, FLORIDA ROUGH t..LEMON nnd TKIFOUATA"rl..t

:;, Tuberose and when it becomes: a* Therefore, an additional seed > used to bT acre. Cover, with about, eight feet, 10Dt,and ,brln to a l- . .tock*.,, 'EN'FiVJ. .varietiea fruiting: In the row, iui.ta. and
I ,' .. "widely: disseminated as they it will ber' two to three tons of suitable-manure about three inches of dirt do not aharp point at ea end. Constructa ==l.i : .:--.. :I. ... .:...u. see , puraerr
one of the greatest attractions .of a per acre can be advantageously used on trash use hollow cap of proper at .-. Cl -..-.- ......_.._, .OompMa atoek'of :
as it will allow the aie. .laar. c Peach .Pear. Paralmmoa
1Iotrus .
cane to dry .. : rigPlum, Mulberry. i>rii|>** I
Florida! winter. the drill before the, ridges are con: one end to fit over : -- .-- .. .... Ornamental
out and not =:::1 II ......... ; : ... .l* TWENTY In ,
com*-up. Those that have .. S .. t. acraa planted BOBB-NUlCSKKY.:
e closely
'S >,The Violet is one of the sweetest arid structed. 'In order to the exce.: poles., cap may b.constructed ol ,- .-. J .. 170 vriet* .
crrec planted -the : a.'OorrcapoadeBea
most t beautiful.winter bloomers inthe ,>' nitrogen in the m.nure 50 told how common cn. need not b an old T.or other thin metal, j Drive _.__ i ..--_ .--.t.... :' a I! s a MlaUed. Oatalogu* trea.toRIFIFING .

South. One of the many pleasant pounds .of cid no to plant. the japne.e a sharp'iron ol proper construction la- _5.5-_ I I .:--.. ..-.--. a 'i'
to "
memories the tourist takes home with. pounds of kanit should be .dde. to above-i give itmore dearihd to ;he- ground and withdraw. .',.Then fl. a a :=== : :==::: 44 = 51 ,. ,TH'E. BROTHERS, CO

him., i I. the profusion of violets to be each ton of manure used. place: one end of a .__.:t __. .:

Men in the public park and about the Soon after the maturtt/and removal There wi be,from 15 to 40 stalks to a* aorsi. into 'the ple..harned; ...._-_ -. .-_-..._. ........ JACKSONVILLE"fl.dIIDA.; t ,
residences of about the -firat of the hill first year and *> to 75 the Ii.1 ... _
of the dweller ia the principal the"coton. say place: the.cap on top of : ..-. -. : 1 ]! '
cities.of stalk should second.'The writer ha. some five - -'---' : :
S 'S : ; Florida.' cotton b from years the pole. Then place: al,ferge-a bunch -u.. ._ ......-.:I : '
I -The cool: l. moist'temperature the mel. broken into short pieces: (thip can: pl.ntnt that has 10 or.: mor. of pea vines aa.can.: be, conveniently :

: '.,. low toil.the bright sunshine which anS done by machinery) and turned down Plate at the right' of the handled bn to 0'' the .r shove e..e.4 1 \,. :.::=.= r:=::::.,A, a.... .a..

imates all animal and vegetable life are thus materially contributing to the. .up stake c.n five years from plantingand down within a foot car E .a:1 i :----- = .. .

peculiarly: suited to the violet. It has ply of humus. a the left two years' from plant Then treat another' bunch: of Inc a -.-- ..... ., 2. :

: ,, been successfully' grown in South T MAl STAlK A Vila raiCB FOH COTTOH Ing. '. Plate No. 2 is a bird's eye the same w.)','and thus continue.anl _ancs.. ... ..4 f I .e..1..s, ,,__ ...--..-. .... !S 5$ .. .. .... ', "
01 -
-S Florida during .a field of cane as it should look Ii.tuguat the i I. full. _.. ..n.4 I ....... ,
,fS tqe summer. by potting 1840 cotton sold at 16 cents a : pole Proper space m., .. ._ ._ ___ __ _-.nnn.-_ ii N .i .,.. I ;
in good I 1 of the from .j. ______ __,_ a. ,
year planting. :
of ,
*oll.carefully shading andS \und. By 1850 the crop: of .&was I after it I I. laid fir.t. left between the sevenlparccls: vines I iit. enn_.._.. 15 II ._. ;
Plate No. S .
watering the plants One amateur but the price of : in shows thus facilitating'curing!,the.poles ,will r 5 44 ,... 1
i .. rower put her violets In.a keg with doubled fell i an ordinary field of cane. Plate No.' 4 retain the parcel a1 placed, thus permitting I a a_ : , !
: to eight cents. Consequently 3/
( shows a field of e..n..I a t ........ .. a .e ,
which i .
bored cane: I. :
S. U:!!!? in "tnaJ.1'' '"w. around I it* the full crop' ,of 1850 yielded extra the air to circulate: freely N ------' ----S $3 ,
Clreumference. ,The plants "were plao only thei, hams amount of'money' that good pine land for the in month of August o high through 'the.,tack*. Tien' ec.J: P -: ---- t: : ;;.;. _. _,.,_. a I'' I '
e4 and
,w.tered."It' the. tIl1"d the soil''"ken"* well the half crop or 1840 had done. This Shallow and frequent thrown-away)' grove.' be-capped with kay d'arl' pre ;: : : _:::;::::_ :::: S ;
was a clty.Uon damage in ..Coversconstructed _
unique and (set furnishes venting ,
happyMrs. an overwhelming :
St. .,Idea .nd tbe'reault.. ar.u. Ix kept up with the Planet Jr. cultiva"J : of-canvass ra. used '3VPVP&LSS5ISWgiggjg ; 'S .' %
may I
; \were very ..t..... ment in favor of reducing thoquaiiliIjTof fo B- .. S -' "
during dry weather. -S.
--f.ctory. : cotton grown.' 'The united States 'K0od.rwelf In June apply the same purpose. The Vine may, ; .: -' :; .' ''. . l (
pound of
Jcnni S. Perkln produce about 8s : of the cot- o a b.bteec placed: on the pole'green withoutCnyturing -
A .pr cent fertlirer to the acre, cultivate whatver. but be
inn of the wnrlH- i- .a'!! rnntrAt '
I :L .\walaw.islav2Though J '" the -price'; of-cotton' if t"g-pl.-were' In not"let the/grass and.weeds wet neither',with,rain no , ::k&1 : 5-

.5 / S get the fertiliserthe cane needs all I they cut and ..stacked.. : ., Zuj
( highly recoinmended; properly< we have t
.have for it. Do in ucnred snffici :_ _
never had any case
necessity for centralized h.
any suece.s with a government n Wen .,.
1. nil a turn _
during .
Swaln80nla. We havt- tried! with conferred to plow summer-or el Withdrawn and 'Do '
them In power congress .
y POttdIn on. tolay'by with. If do you are breaking Into p.aaj content" Oa ;; !;
$ : ;. 'open rrund *nd J" |**..uniform law for'all the atatca. If the 10 life :_
"''Un d.. a lath 'shelter but alway"with the Acreage pf cot: ton.were'thus reduced -! feder. that areanpolytnir the at the- barn- the aotca-'ahowtd h* "
S t the I ""I with th* that withdrawn and the vines .It a -- -'-- -' a ii. belt 'into)the. .
same result complete failure. Only to about lour acres, or other ucll'i. yoware properly'stoned : ,......
"p4 ,- 'once have wo had a blossom and then quantity..' for each horse or prop looking for n mkia.i I' the ; but few leave will be lost by this.i : chinto by a
a-- lul. order of - - frCowpe : :
S only! a few very weak specimen A would largely promote the best interests th'day. I witer'. plan., ;I $ lat ane shipping,, : :
#, ;writer in The Mayflower has had bet- 61 the people, engaged fn the.rultf- opinion the loss by turn plow S hay contains: abr'the same ,- : syndicate .

t -- r' .* ?*.?.' Hue ."!r. >* otlf'.dere vation -of Bryan'TysonCarthage ,," lo the f.rer of Georgia and .Forid. nutritive value pound' pnd. a* 11"tha 'middleman > ,
.' --'trle4' I if( Ame could estimated In dollars wheat-bran.' too .
,'' o; with what result .. ._ Cn.uent prot. being ,
: C '
jtJSwamjonla;: 'Is one -of the .'most.charming the aum wouldjbe enormous. rich to be'' fed alone _lit deaer. AU of

S -- -- and. delicately: beautiful- pot From. ,,Th* FloridaAirrlenlturist.-. Apparatus necessary: to make syrup on Iii f thIs connection the dlrecor'of JtheDelaware. ed b 0'I'I
'pIUitlth.iflOtadent, : .ad.d Zrw.It. a small scale would CD.le of a ., **ys."It I k'I We
; rment. ca '
flowergrowercu !
t'I' wiin, ana .oas. in addition! to Its .Every'little while we hear the shedded I bon jnill. a ,m.1 fr. '- io ha ben fond tb with fwa vine :aLPoD- __ oayr derO'bad' |
,loveliness the. uceharometer > iNI- ; In a ; wheat could dispensed 55,. I er.v !
very desirable quality ol f groves condemned as non-bearers, etc.Growing toP,bold.Juiee snd .b'yato ,brI b' ;With the I !
S thrIving undervery moderate .I< orange under a shed Is-a new witb. ,- , : i' is' expected
care ::i=:
Is to set this apparatus I I. to place Cowpea hay contain 10 8.10 cent L::: : '
.. I, Indeed quit. as easily grown a* the feature tin the orange busines and it up per L. .._. fresh :
.; mi on a side hill or high enough above of protein( essential for making hone I __ f.n plat
5- Geraniuna.'and with many amateurs ap- had to be, learned tne'Jm. as grOwing A..u. tl., : ; "
S ', ear* milling to bloom than many them in the open be. evaporator that the'juice win Bow and muscle-and a 810; per'centofcarbohydrates .' .. : brn, for, < ? ;
S Ecl from the tub tb.mill 'f o. at nap'' .spwj to tl tra,
e f the old well-known standby. ' < I year add new information along at to the reoeU- (ea.ntala" for makfatit ., -. .1. _.tMa4 ie .m.asS p. .

. The foliage I delicately ctrt! and line; 'and we to see in a fewyears ing vat a the startingend of the evap fat).,
S Fern-Cke; and snake the plant eminently more a* exp : orator.The waste in time and sloppingwill' of prein petcent.of-car- = -, ,f . .- :The
.o procec 0 soon pay' for; .the.' pIties ..used. for 'In a' well ', balanced '_. Fd I
ra .
desirable even before its exquisite I the sheJded grove as on any boh'drte. Jw. .Ld.t aaUtag.aate* ,' P. A O< .taasaahln which ..
this : been
the pipe from the there should be of 0
one part
S blossom delight the beholde The I Last spring the writer vistUd pur. L.d tin 11'0 aay1 ap > '
flower* arehao dliluLSweet. Pea and I o" shedded groves and found I tub fait en"therewitb'.Joclc to :five to seven ''partsof'sa t .pDt ._ ,. tnflna mel : ,

.' horn Ia large clusters, often twenty I them covered with bloom. During the ant. take it to th'.1 hydrates. hence 'the proportion'. of ,Jw D.BAHIIE1. *";Aart. 0 Paaa. Agent- BT-- 40GV8n ;, .w2 ,
". or thirty to a bunch.They: bloom from I IS summer we.heard that the bloom had burr itif-, more conenient. itrote! ) to carbohdyrates. in 1 pea'' vfne n and day'for several .
S th. axil of the Ie.e..nd I and) otherstories to step Over then tP'over Slid side"of hay I I. tO great and there
without ,
55 a single all dropped "irlll'. the receiving vat at the'..vaporatoe.Tb. I Ie much loss cn'Oaetl I say,seven,pua4 F 'tly' six paris ..Angele advice: *,.teei"C thiS week, platingenlarging
branch will bear of wbe .Ione
cluster of' bloom na-
many ,that were_ a, 1..e .
M oocew S J - .1 : iKang.f bottom's..eshopid ? .-. Timothy ctain. and of peaivine: b'J. : "I with *4.1100.000,upt o.I..tct.; ,
be a few higher,than eight-tenths per ol' protein,and Corn In tba .' I Eaiterrr' apli.t '
the Ineb. ,
Swaiasom wiU Moons I, ( : same ct by
very' quickly at.I".I.ited ; ,JI. _
.t wek. .
of the 4-10 pfolo.
W Iroas a'etItt IIL often<"III,i four or five I .lea ri.ed at lop vanuteel pIpe"should "U'Jc"r; -' 4 per ; ,,.,. \"qlrdre ma VubttUuted, } for\ae, I ; I syodicate', has etr. ._V option cu yearAt J win be' :
the t.o .
of banrinir.on- tree* "
b.Alilat aemetipea cemehtia I th..o. frS were When r.d)' start fill the tub at thl CSQa.tJ) I.,' be mixed with a ton '; -I-. -, "B. ')' I I 7.0 ae,.of [( ..Oe inthevicinity mother colam
his much
plant rowing too foliageinofncient I. "P.tij"llb./ tree : .
t\ bloom,. bearing In fact milt Toll ,tle SDa kaosLaod place of pea< .In. utlxturs"u'lUcontain: -' of Lo Angeles,, .br under 0'PO' '
experience I l..C.
_ my al stock of WSSO.OOO. .
*- 4 over thisan, oat on* pan ol protei> *oarlr fifft 5. argeportio.tCthsI ?
I eC treeiItadtbe.pr0ppe4Okeep ac..1 1 trust -
that plenty--ww ", !wv.ry .cunr ol solid ol carbohydrate wnbelaneeei -- eat-------: r
nkrre* Thi U fairlr "
r- the gre I ( : .. ,
-aa4 1eni1iW.will asak.\41c.f\ 'the fruit > ..0. : t
n \ r .c..i- .. I : : .
mOs* night IndUmptac\ *wttb-eww ratio nid tiwrctqr- .
every tf Jee.t. "
I beantihil I foliage, hot a little I I1 Not only fruit give-lTMter' t"ae il V -I . r -.- ..- \
will .. njtjaa apt to bring bwt it waa of tha,bTh, *,fruit, f4 ,Iit.e4isor01goe.1Ibis.lterclogi rure 'will rual.U, Tr1li > talk'fclSotith. .'\ ", -

: fort a *ilM bToMom- Even iS that BO* aaeearanc* that _e 4. ,onetime ttilajtOOxLi M-l n ii they twe hay**. .M 'bow*aboo,,a'iwn4 .\, ht.the.isitere4'ottbs' ys"rW ,. : \ ;
n.le tIsv--.t unkindly,indeed. I ISV but nrat he seen ncj desirable: a ntbcriire thatwutWonteiaj .'. \ : r- - ;\
; ib .
'If,.. beta t'of igmaprov.I Had ,Mr.'StSson'-seM-a fJ : : \ one. .\....1 1 q.. . I : '

.;,11If. awboleco 'twater it too ':mDcll.' boxes of his grapefraft to the State I : a e rt> of euboMrat** the= .n I. Cawaratd brl.j thIt-iNtre.," ,.

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