Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 9, 1903
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: VID00054
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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THE ,STATE cannot get :.but-of that place, al judg That shot myst I be driven with mighty GROVING THE tree'ach year. Of .course an off year IRE MEWS' output cbhtinues1 as the miners sue aot

Silent take good. advice those HUNTIHGTHE, form to penetrte the lordly escutcbeo happens now and then,'and when this *# returning from their holiday vacation

who know'you and advise you to of burnished 'faher that,shines on occurs the fertilizing for the' folowll'' as rapidly-as had-been hoped. '
best interest. wi industrious] be the wild breast. "Chicago season need not be .heavy, _

1. I \OF FLORIDA economical.' Raise a diversity of cropson WILD TURKEY Packer. -. -. 5.- EARLY.MBLON. I.; often happens in peach ;I OF THE.WORLD In her DIAM6NDS IN.SHOE: 4. --

'the inten.iv plan: don't 'speculate the worms are very ..ti'oublcsome efforts to select a hiding place
qn small means in land or crops.,Don -- From the Florida Agriculturist I -- a crop of buckwheat ia -recommended where her ***** worth of" diamond

act as' agent. --for any commission .Tk Haxdpu: .f Orsv sj'.r*. to-follow a crop of rye,' grownas ZMPORtAN4 would be safe from burglars Mrs. Mary

;TKaI3 OF iMTBBBST FROM ALL house. THE' GRANDEST GAUCBJkD.JN' the course BOO e\b. BRYAN ,TYSONr TELLS OF A a cover crop for winter. This buckwhet -' .HXPENIN Burroughs, of Philadelphia, forgot all
ova THB STXTB. . .- -' ALL-THE WORLD I of oranges o Italy,and ,N EW PLAN TO DO 1 IT,, however; must be plowed in just ALL SECIONS bout the ash man. Mrs Burroughs

WIH ri, a ,:a .tr. '. divested of all romantical folly .. 'as the plant begins to updn her return from shopping the day
For years the white fly ha. Infes d ben settled down on the same basis |-It.eraiiseif. allowed to form . before Christmas wrapped her tCCf

of the old grovel of Fort Mye.covering Only Ons> B. Really Oer1 of common. sense as corn culture., We Pa D t B.O DtDUu .forMonthi exhaust the soil fertility and soil moisture Crimea. SUM} Mlsxlem auicw.-Rey-) worth of diamonds m rhamis.and
Matt'r.. Itttarastto Plorldlaoa the leaves and fruit smut or Way-To must come to'that here."" acid In Some*Ca.eiP'ro- to,the detriment of the peach crop. oluttosie-.All.g.d tucked them away in the toe of a well,
C '. About Crop sn4 Produce aad soot mold, and from the groves here it tin of the- Vwid Tur Orange culture'should be placed on :; As soon aspossible in the'fall. around 110Aa worn shoe belonging to her small son.
Other Thing Our has'' .the pa. t. two years to .'- 1 p r." !I a level "it any honest legitimate business duce Nlnty or Hundred Mel every tree should be Scooped out.a basin ti'odOD.svnd otucr. 1.iestthgZ.m..s She then left the house.
.. OODoDI; someOf the large grove'at New Prospect te for those who Iik-lioriicul' $ ,' in .exposing the collar and ) ,i Before she returned the ash man call

Prosperity D..IO IODt. and Orange Kiver. Every known Mads-The,) Rifle his) W*Vpon. tural pursuits. The m.n"whos natural .onsi'The'> Details o Upper tie!.,of th..tree, thus preventingthe . c '.0' ed.shoe' Mrs. Burroughs', Sister_. threw the

--' remedy- hjas been tried to rid the. trees preference would be to carry on a cat- ore.from doing very serious damage DR. WRIGH' ARRESTED' awn-.j' witt.W.VM vine.U-A, -.uumrs.t.t-j-t- .
, a. the damaging insects, but these only Hunters regard the wild'' turkeys tie ranch in the West a grocery This plan ;I*' new. It came to'my under.the bark, as the Upon information from Rufus ; Burroughs' returned and her sister incidentally
.J. .. acted .a check (or the time, and in no 5 jiraudcst game in the store in New York and who tries orange mind about {the l&th of June lastrbutitwas. cola and roots thus exposed offer, no leader of Cant- mentioned the ash man's n "
w I. the time to save jour casssva case eradicated the pest. The outlookappearedsnything world.thy .Like, the .biro, he out growing as an easy and -certainhighway .then too late for a practical test.I. for the worm to do its work in. reN Dr. the gang of colored. visit..'-.."! gave him those old shoes of
Frank ,
seed Trim the and six M.
topsoil cut but encouraging for wits man ev.vv tnlil the human fortune brains or no brains, I. however revolved to test the meritsof Some growers .recommend the whitewashing ghoul. Wrighe'dem. WillieV.%she said.
inches abv the ground then you have section Onemustunderstand ''believing that it wOuld of the main trunk of Of .al.tom at the Eclectic After a r the oran'ge grower in this crcmure, kn i viiijf ot the we.knc. of is certain to be disppinte. :. the' plan, thf tree Medical man was ,
no fndine'rour plants when for and' of introduction next insect preventive;' but have Collegeand secretarytreasurer found and the diamonds,
it seemed that try .they would created things, betrays him by imitating prove worthy an we recovered
of 1
IOU want to beude the bottom of they could not xheck,the spread of the. the call of his*love* Then 4ie casts] like the business,, climate and mannerof spring. I commenced"experlm4nt never had good results from this prac 'J institute, ndian.ipolu. was arre.ted. -I- .
.the stock, isnot, so good seed as the insect .his suspicion and steps forth Into life; and not'be afraid of h.rdwork_ abut June Ifith with corn and soy tice. ,. be .pccfc' charge of takif& FIRE IN NEWYYGRIC' *-

medium. > \rtion.. Reject. both, extremes. At last daylight has appeared to the aide the open,jets the sun irradiate hi.magnifcence l hardpan or hardtack; duacourgementl ben. (no. melol seed on hand) sub- Pruning is of the winter- jobs cOlceln& 22 the 11)01) Fire in New York did damage to the '
anoth. On November
from unexpected from insects, freercs, "drops"and stantially follows, was amount of rjuooot, > ina
"." growers an quarter. and holds out his broad in the one that is very seven-story ____, e
wide contained in
Dig a trench three (feet and two Nature has Cpme-to.tlie assistance ol rusti. of the soil1 and three of said seeds often' but isas Important theindictment returned building, Nos. 187 to 171 Wooster s*.. *-
for the hidden hun .plt poverty I two or neglected, as ,
; .
the ,
rolling no wa- traet by grand jury, Cant ell ,
deep said
v on cound.o the and what to them of in orderto r that occupied by'small factories and printing -'
ao grove commission men in the usual about one fertilizing' .This pruning should be *
o'ner ter. way
,J,J*t 1; .tter will pile caA.aa stocks Inc.pat Dr.: Wright received the body of.tbe establishments. The
seemed a'task beyond their efforts to Inverted trait in ;.occupants-of
successful.L I can,. .done a thprough bu.ine.-Ilkl manner
Pile There is only be really from him
'with branches trimmed one tq woman
'- way paying Dr.
of Jik m..ter.le l being 'accomplished by'an removed each and |"im. the building, including many girls had
now had been over using the rdeth-
certain of wild The bubble of tfie fairy tales is burst, b.t klown
:cord wood and whtn all cover bagging a turkey, even Wright Was. plscedundcr
narrow escaiesand
innocent growth tint is now the down sufficientlyto ods the results fruit i f a number of fire-
to at
I hill, shoving can so as get bnd
func. Thatis the schemes of unprincipled
the strawa after.the hunter has found agents .
.plnlJtrlw. leaving though in infested the fock exclude the-air at the bottom. The ing time. Very few menwhenpruningcan which.'a. imme.di.ty: fur d nfen were knocked down by an explos
.pre.dinK grove has
becn laid bare
to night into grove have ,. freE! : ion'in '
ventiation tbl trie basement. The firemen
pninl' this Hekt :
themselves -
were-ordmanr bring to cut enough.
then,cover ineruk,- bad., 0 I Mr. Hugh Jr., was. the where known to ro.t and cooled the fevered 1rin.anC ba.'llelpec.cans of tin)-about f frt cans. In ca.trucd because a thrifty. vigorous of has such .-EXPLORE'SAHAR'A, were leaving thel scene, ((linking they
.SPmething to.. protect oR and Nadon.le. shoot them while they 'are sleeping on to retore Mme de.BurauA CastUlnn dealt had the extinguished, when it
first to of the whitefly and five1nthe' deep. 'I I also planted I aft amount of surplus wood, that to and
[ the branches The immense birds present had any-and to rid .out Victor have d at Mar broke The
.un.hae. second
: again. blaze
in one of hi. groves across the river; soneeet'sinth..usual way in the take away all that is really necesssry 1iss
The, sun will heat the ground andcau.e 'and sent specimens to Professor Gossaf4 an' easy mark, even in a pretty dark those who'haJ; not' r Florida It.nd.radyo.d.j open /sir In each the seeds covered looks like pure destruction of the tree. .die for Tunis, where they proposeto caused the greater parrx f-the damage. .-

t it to sprout or heat often so a of the Florida Agricultural College night. _. . on. (he, Iret eternal by the cans came c.s up several days Often ninety-nine out of every hundred send up two small balloons for the 5' > ..

cool place must be provided. and yet itr15 at Lake City, 'who the Hunting the wild bird.'itb hound hard bra sooner. I placed a thin layer of soil trees in any orchard have ten times the purpose of ascertaining whether the GRAIN ELEVATOR BURNED. -f :
f vejy, sensitiveto cold the least frostrains specimens as red and de.cribd, and horse is sport for the very select sense, planting trees .where they ontthe bottoms of sOme of the cans, 'ood'ieft.n that they should I winds which pre VI Inn winter'will car. The' Northern"Central Railroad grainele'stor
*1st is time funcs few, for not only is it to find destined to accomplish something ar- berinl ry across the Sahara No. S
for seed. February this fungus having been at work necessary which appeared to' hasten bave airships at Baltimore, wee totally "
to plant so. it I* less thai UO days that eggs of the white fly in groves on the. the birds first, but they mu.tlound ing for them like rational men-to com"pete the outside .vldatio.II Spraying Is another work demanding If'tins experiment is successful destroyed by 'fife. Three foreign '
but It "take in where they cannot escape wih".1 the citrus! world for the r.ctce. explorers propose to to.crossthe.'unexplored steamers, the Alexandra German it
it ha to be kept paysto Manatee river for some *Ime. open country may be painted black, thus dispensing our attention, more particularly in ear- attempt ; Po ia.
'. care of the seed and have every one We had the opportunity of seeing the too readily. by ,flying into cover. markl finest based country 'on earth with the covering of f soil. Cansof ly when the t buds arc to portion of the land, British, a'nd Pydna, British,

.come, for it is just as much work to work of this, fungus on the white fly Therefore, coursing ,ft limited to open The .up" of'the on.actual nrit the above description. are usually burst spring forth in either leaf ready In -'balloon. 'Hiis plan which tied up alongside taking in

care for an acre with'half ol the hills eggs last Saturday, wheh Me.r. Macdonald country_where the turkey not having i- abundant about towns and cities and This question of is nf a wide blolom one support of theFrench: government, cargoes, were slightly damaged before
missing as it is to,care for an sera with Evans showed usthe evidences been hunted too fervently,.is inc.utio. dies Florida brushes aside with cost nothing except the gathering of and not within the sprayng of this article which supplies the balloons. The airships they could be towed to safe harbor.
has in scope
every-hill there.Don't no the grove of the latter on enough to feed in farmlands and open and tempt. She the ground whirlwind.The that. .mill, same from waste piles. If impracticalto but in conclusion, let me 'that to be used first are furnished 1'he elevator had a capacity of 1,,. _

be afraid to.plant cassava oh Second .treet This grove hasauffered. fat country. The dogs are lent in to the"gri.t wa Florida procure old fruit cn.cans may be a Jew. weeks. before the leaf or say, bios. with automatic registering instruments, uuu bushels, and is-ssid tohavebeen

t any of our higher land. in Folk county *white fly and subsequent off the retreat to the.woods. with man the idea comes ol to today constructed of,tin b case they soin. apuears, the wh\k orchard shouldbe and carry requests written in several half-full of grain. No estimate of the "t

} .It is not adapted to soils where the sooty mold as any grove in town.joliage The wild turkey flies and runs slter- making him.el in asuccessfulorange may be larger ny'six"to eight Inche tliorutig-dytsprayed- with sulphate of languages asking the finders to return monetary loss can be given yet, but it '

water stands a few days-in the rain) The on the trees was thickly nately. He 10pe.'lke an ostrich thoughnot the first ''place's, grower true in diameter. I believe that cn. placed ecpptr dnuted in water a pound to them'to.the authorities at Tunis. is thought will reach half a million

season even drouth it stands finely. coated with the coal-black excrescenceof so fast, wheneYlr he thus takesto love with his- work and pomologitt, m. I above will answer about .well a eieir titti/cn gallons is none Major Marchand of Fashoda (fame la S. '

Don't be afraid of having too much ii the white fly, and the grove has. not running the dogs hors. gain to it and everything pertaining bxe constructed with glass tops.and for the'purpoie. This treatment to.ton to meet the explorers at fIshes, at, -BANKER-IMPRtSONED.
is to have on the place. ; prep.r to spend the of the fruit thus when point.the-two balloons will be' Edward -Dreyer, former banker -
good can
., a porduced s crop in several year We on him. When they get of hard work, Jjrains and ripening' very start puts the trees in gooJ shape .
S It'does'not well after being dug, unPJaanty yer money advanced from three weeks. sent off "* and treasurer of- the West Park '
keep two to -
found number of trees that had ben close. up booms the big ( Concentrated' study of lifetime in for, furher usfulnes for that season, '. ,
a -
.'jo never more tn'two or three days'supply with mold entirely, like a feathered projectile straight ahead order to attain his ends. Ted the latter part of summer, b.ctus it effectually destroys spores of ate i board, has been taken to Joliet, Chicago _
should b t.fl We have the Japanese sugar cane on showing every of having recovered when he pitches. again and resumes run. There are probably hundreds moreto that of early spring, a test of the plan eggs .we\a insects in the crevicesof '''lie annual meeting of witholdmg 31UUUO of Park funds.
our place for the first time this year. from the the white. fly. In ning. come yet-as long as the''race en can be made with a few cans, and thus the bark of the tree .anal Company was held in Paris. Dec. Nearly four years have passed since

I you, it has made the biggest show other the fungus was at work, and had But,the true hunting of the wild turkey Idures.-with the old (fairy tale ye lingering its merits for early)' spring use ascertained. C. K McQuarrie. 1". The attendance was smaller than Drcyer's conviction, during which time

''n'tel.-thin -
,be7an.:" u believe raising cannot out the grove the work" of r the I fungus man's strength and cunning and wood reading thins: "Ten acres of land- Holes for M"lon.-Sont years ago S. orderly than l last year. LIme time was jail awaiting the results of efforts

'' TJ secure seed I once; it can be teen in various stages on the craft and patience to the"kill, is Hill fire trees to set I it out-'sitting in the shade four holes' were constructed\ for watermelons .a.b. C.mat: Fa. mostly occupiedwith reading a report looking toward his release.

be had, in-Orange county at Alta- trees. The fungus seems to start at the hunt ilg. It may be enjoyed null in ye.f.w filKer'to work" thesosIi.rv.itoa that probably cannot be surpassed Jackson county has of the directors' the company in'' S. -'

t'a monte. '1 got about 2O pn' of seed top of the tree and work 'down. I some parts of Pennsylvania but the | w man in results. The plan haS,hereto' reputation as a cotton-growing which was detailed the pendin negotiations TOBACCO STOCKHOLDERS .

last year and will have' to plantan spread over the" under snle of best territory for it is in the southern The toil nf, old flnrida.. acrid fore ben published, but bear re The census,report of 1890 dlslrict with the .United :tae. looking to MEET.Announcements ' '- ,.
acre this year. It must be planted leaves which, are invariably covered states' Virginia offers it in the colitu with the bitter .upertition The holes, two feet deep and enough cotton grown in this county to the sale"of Jhe canaL The facts set have been made that

'inrows six feet apart; it takea 2t with/the eggs of the white fly, as wel try on both sides of the Blue, Ridge, and fanaticism, fat with the'blood of two feet square, were-constructed in a supply a factory from six hundred to forth in are already known a special meeting of the stockholder ,

feet for an acre. So far it .shown as covering the upper side of the although it is not t ia go so massacre. The nSnil of f moer Florida square ten feet apart (12 feet would one thousand hands. the past The sanguine hope was e expressed that Of the Consolidated Tobacco Company
up well here at "The Oak:' and' it, which is covered with, the sooty mold.It far 'to reach necessary of the;fine name. has been larded as no olhtr fver was probably be better). The site selected hfteen years but little Uali grown in all difficulties would be overcome nd has been held at New York, at which

next,year, it docs as well we shall try kills the side and pel Culp.pper-COUIy haunt, where President before in' hiJorytb the:-money of was poor, the soil had been washed off, the suthea.t quarter of the county, the sale- completed at an early dat,... it was unanimously voted to increase a

five',acre. It succeeds on high lano' off the mold"gJe ;he I Roosevclrhirnted, is only a short distance fools and fortunes of .dvenlurer; and ordinarily,would not produce any- and this section now leads in long staple , The reading of the report was followed the capital stock from *3O.UOOOUO to .

with W*> poundsof fertilizer to the seems to live and thrive only on from the national capital and well but they,are mostly Iona. the reign thil. About "a peck of corn cobs (a cotton, angst cane, hay and pas by a brie discussion in the WO.OUU.UUO.( Present shareholders

.acre:-Irving Keck in Bartow Courier- while tly. and either dies or lpred.east of the. mountains. of f American brain i in setnn lshel would"probably'be better) ; and while we 'were first,m the course of WI or three stockholders have-the privilege to subscribe for the

Informant. to other trees after it hasdone It West Virginia contains thousands of I. was placed in'the bottom of each hole tural the -machinesand made the cusiomaryujn-otest new stock at the rate of one-third of
V --.- _.i.I i work. of is in and a peck 'of cotton seed placed oa largely lead mowing in of -the yet against' the sale and asked'what would their present holdings. There will be

I '.. a Urs I. r1.riJa. T.t the orange growers who have acres respects hunting as countr as i, was before From the Fltirida Agriculturist! each parcel of cobs. The seed had previously older sections productin. .bay, Greenwood happen if the negotiations with the no public offerings"of the new stock, -

This subject i i. old but ever new (' the work of this fungus sri the many white man landed in Ameri .. Ezp riai.s>t* With :.. .Uel...._ been bulked to preventproutingbutifthey ,- Campbellton United!! Elates felt throu&h_President which is all common and Will, it is announced
1 elated well be It bepthtperlbruiaedandapplied aB-lvie- Bo the be placed in t2e treasury of
me stock
can imaaintd. an rpficd'that
of Westerns Carolina turkeysparticularly coming rapidly,,. cae
youth. North up
the love story the salvation of the oratoge business iD between theTJlue. Ridge Sin i lhe wcTrlc the Station oc* direct without heating they will or movement toward .holder. would b consulted, the company, to be used in the regular
and set
improved '
I People who come to Florida Lee-county, and-wilHnducemany others are made matters doubtlesianswer a bete The extensive while the sale took they would course of business. .
pup.e. i
; "tie with-judgment'tjir land tt mettle who hesitated to j> groves to and the Great Smoky mountains, and of general interest before the experiments hole then _c tIc.ome vety fine Jersey cows have meet vote ratification.&A.LMAJS S. -

on,.,who go to work to living engage in orange and grow thence on .to. into Tennessee the.uf..ea.fnd.'urp are finished and ready for pub' above level-with soil takea from beneath arc Uany places but these t t e.- I CARNEGIE'S .GEN EItOSITY. '

: by starting as farmers do that succeed ing, for aside from (gapfruit turkey "i.ingl' licatipn in the regula Station .bulle eedal trees where fowls hadroosted only for family use, while thousands of CER1AIN. Andrew Carnegie has given New Orleans j_
-'atlrming' in'othe States and >strive growing of this fruit has proven. large .trcl. where tins. Some of notes we send to in early spring* watermelon pounds of western dairy buut are United States a quarter of a million dollars
"* to make 'a living at not only turkeys, but deer and bear, pie! of the 'State seed were therein. The plants Hipped into this county' alone .
honestly hona. profitable in this county. The fungus papr. in the torn of plante bad a conference with President for a New Year's gift. The money is
do not succeed- .uc hide in the thickets.At bulletins with' received but but little l"* ,-en done in the way of( Palm '
all formers the no main
should be introduced into every grove hope that culivttion. I regarding the reciprocity treaty its to be devoted to a library building
ceed here!', unlesssickness or death' or, infected with Vhite fr and before long this season the turkey hunting the i.form.tiOI may be" widely, and plow was used. too poor experimenting on grasses that might bj approval. by.,the Cuban In and three branches The- city i Ia-
breaks them down.. i& Snore desirable states'than speedily diffused. to producegrassconsequently there i desirable for our soil-and climate. 'ena JAOUO!
.pculaton the dreaded peat .isppared I you deem the fol ( Pribdent Talma is L4 Dis to furnish llxe sites and pledge ,
to provide very little1 here -Fort Myer Press* in1 the more southern ones, on account lowincollterh yoar'reder. you Was no trouble from tha source. &a' l- indigenou."to" this sod],"and as tying that Mr 'Squierescouldassure a year (for support. The conditions will"

for winter1 fuel costs nothing but the s .' of the bracing: weather that makes invitd UI.t.1 or a.much of The plants flourished from the start &after crop, to follow any other undoubtedly be, accepted, .and the city
,labor to it, clothing c as Wa.lOL;I.p for "*!.. tramping through the woods andover it .. you('pactM, > ,. .remained'green until frost produc that will allow the use of the mowing that the treaty the.Americ.n be without probably will tear down the present
procure mountain a pleasure But the turkeycan ing-m-the neantinje.between-) and machine; offers' all the4 hay that be accepted
W of
demand. can "Thre'srlu, experlment. have may library jacinff the city hall as 'the site- -'
little a our purses In aniwer to of% the 12th mst,, 1 yours he found far south FJoridLFlarida melons needed, with.stock
as of '
have something growing here the yeatfound'food as ben made duping season of ''1)02) t some which weighed proporrtoned to 'the are to'be for :tbe main building. Prof. J., H. .
?' for man and be.t. and relative t to, the use of whale oil soap, turkey shooting is easier'as) a the purpose comparing Bug over UV pounds -Well, wlat caused the .cultivated land. "'- .. 'I i doubtul twenty.yoteain-favor of the known Dillard of Tulane University, vice-presi-. ' v-

,an no, other country in the United I in controlling scale, I bejr .t say that rule than it I is in the mountains and ,, D.ath.Paris green. and Arsenate vinVs to remain green .umer and Lakt yea; we sowed .on what we -. , S.C -:trety., dent of the library board, wailurumon-> '
honest and industrious I thickly wooed They have some insecticides measured by the yield 'ao-abondanthyt The .material .Intended tor hay and ed New York to the details.
States can a true ordinary hard whale oil made:as ,1.tes a a havuted two CHARGED WITH .CRUELTY,,. to .arrange -
make a living easily as 10aP. things mountains down readiness with' which kill the potato used above tan be duplicated,, and thus crops;the first.being -
farmer they peavines
> 1 it is, caustic not do.The ) little hills. Such continued until thecause is fuli h,1 Hie first official a .
in Florida.: The soil is easy to till, itsshield witl ao. there, very a beetle and particularly, the yield a.certained.Tcpl.nt and the' second largely crabgrass. kowled.ment. - ---,- S. V
from fish oil shouldbe repeated charge of
there is always a det. group of ..ountain..lies in the centreof per acre. One'act of these should be Our neg. ENGLAND SUPPLIES COAL.It .
is fair and experimet prprly"thinned experiment so satisfactory ,-
lect of
'Cmand for the surplus of corn, hay I "ilh cau.tic'pt.h. Phil the peninsula and is known a* theApopks (8 plots) was made by Danfotl ,len .m.t removing (hat we wish nothingbetter. for contagious smallpox patients' sit the Toledo 'is stated in London that negotiations '
potatoes pork; eggs, soap use motainA. It is near Apopka Chemical Company at Caribou; roi p..ble. It wihithen be best to hay. and will only b diseae hospitalwas made have been concluded for the ship
anoh. change adding
'iiweet cowpl adelphia. Pa., snd is known as Good'sCaustic ; when the Police
that have
cow. lake, one of the many 'beautiful crystal er ((12 plots) by the been plucked ) Boar Cmls.ion-
/ honey. milk No. S. Mail Experiment nt more peas and'cutting e'arlyf.[ meAt of liOOOOO tons of coal from various _
Potash Whale Oil Soap, ers .
'pultry. .cattle that are raised and fatwtened -. mixes water lakes of Florida.. Capt. 'L. G.Billings SI.tiol .t' Houlton; another (I V) up from field. If overgrown Jn oorrarly anxiety to something .ubponaec wineae. fo' purpose British ports to the United States.
It is soft will almost and -
by the farmer. We do not, by pour of the United States navy got plots) by Mr. E. A. Rogers at Bruns i plants! be' thinned the roots left in-the better than the timber investigation. Agents of American coal buyers have '
wiregriss for
readily with cold water, by rapid stir. soil Public attention,
I 'Surely the was called to the
ruin remaining alleg
pounds here, a notablybig wick. Caribou -
\ milk cows and beef cattle; men langeiftle ring. About 18 pounds of this soap to .ne 3 The experiment was plants wi I the hill. Only one pasture we grafted Bermuda,. and. on- ed of affairs ,by ilie Bee ia 'a, been buying up all the coal possible
wild also at.t series '
cattle even gobbler a one. under the of' Mr. pl.nto _
but care Rogers. like -
bony I of succeeded securing :
some and have in -
raw I al'! your correspondents they
gallons find about right.,
a hoe, at with .
5 "still-hunt ( moat tWQbout loot
should decide a apart ex-patients.
farmer's No to The insecticide ,
man used in
received the were conjunction I the -
ba* grew without this large amount to relieve shortage -
-' 'hatiYC5tliat e though'it can be used and.with very should be' left. an efort; and while intending is by various
consideredthe During warm days the charged ex-patienis
of feed. Of thishehQul4 wild turkey without with Bordeaux mixture. the plots
his havin. ; to keep httme.
care and surplus good effect, in quantity, to.the at
plants should aired pasture, some suffering
I- abundance such a. matter solemnly light of the being .pra details b 'by' tl.ilone Pron. roll smallpoxwere a. i
have an same of water, and can be in d.IvThe side of the c After .all ald-od'WI it has phown in fifty placeson by nurses; that
they '
amoun of others- The bird is all of the danger fro were
1 'cor* tops! potato vines cratgrass beg- creaed up 25 pounds to IX) gallons experience ml'd! and wariness from of the wi a'pear in a bulletin . fros{ has passed, remove the cans and cultivated I.nd. and bids,fair neglected, and in Jheir delirium, allowed SIGNOR MASCAGNI ARRESTED.
,;fc,reed,' velvet bans. to feed green water, if it is desired to work on s very nerve and Maine1xpriment Sta.tion cultivate.Commercial. u. out in the near future. Bermuda to wander about in the it Signor Matcsgni, (the Italian composer
.." .hay .weet bad case of| scale. The latter stienttth the moment he opens his bright eye to be 001" ana will grow inthe thick forests in snow, who abandoned the American trip
II .idJor pttoe' fertilizers impart a fine pine is said thin raiment} and that
,.chufas, turnips, etc however, ii not advisable for regulaf to the dawn. He can see the hunter Iy.e of the potatoes are completed 4 flavor to melons, therefore, a fertilizer without breaking the native sod, except were miserably fed even when their they, while playing in Chicago last week has
.stock; or else he is an excuse for use, as it will make some of the oldO long before the Jiunter catches even The average yield per acreof merchantable containing the following be used: to cover the vine in early spring. convalescent condition would of.ub.t.ntial been placed under arrest on a charge
may permit
a farmer a sad only of a farmer. whereas the 18 pound the first fleeting bronze sheen of a potatoes from the plots in Nitrogen 3 per'cent, 8 But just now the i is show of embezzlement by his former man- -
I his fruit leaVe"fal of his. he is, he the here without potash per cent. clpet'a. fod. 'Hie charae were
has feather Big a. are given"
"This kind of a not do this and yet will destroy expriment magnificently first agetuJRichard Heard. When.Mascagni
l' : and mono tiol wil melt in the underbrush stir- j and phosphoric acid 8 per cent. Apply jug a1 that have preferred by Dr. S. T. P. Cook
+ "and vegetable crop extra any can .. .away_ ,,. j a quarter of a pound for each hole, but "en eaten coll trodden out by and his son, the latter 'a medical student declacd -to return to' Italy he had no
KS.I af
: l -
| .AMV ants Dt
frem'tnem i i. gain. His' living MM* .* a . at h.
.. .- .- -' -- --- further for his American
''y.4nade I'have used this soap successfully AVERAGE YIELD( PER ACUli OF not in the immediate vicinity of the >stock and the writer I confident thatin 'Both were patients at the use manager
;U-iqre/Transportation* and commilion"en have in this top He can squat in a clump seeds ten of pest- and discharged him. Heard claims that
against all the' scales we .pee. and work Into the soil lightly : years more dos pasturage house. .
.' what we of scarcely enough to cover MERCHANTABLE POTATOES. calls *5<_HX> and tried
>are not section and' against Purple Mite, but grass ( are frequently planted carpet-grass will be as compact a sod Ins his contract for ,
I vshould !like:to see them by farl' but strange to say it will not stop the rust him and lie there so close and motionless -, -- (erlizr). to and as succulent pasturage a. the bluegrass QUARANT1NE">AGAINST TEXAS I to collect that amount. Mascagnl re-

.v'lhcy improving, every year, and our mite-Phytoptus--'nor the red spider that the sportsman may almost Experiments st Caribou by Danforth deeI f hole have not 'been constructed Pennsylvania* or Kentucky. lujed to pay Heard any such sum, and

vegetable men are also shipping bcttLr working on under side of (the leaf, (and step over his retreat without dreamingthat Chemical C. and fertilized as above, apply to each Beggarweed seems also indigenous to FEVER, ;he arrest followed. ,

:' ,'jaclng it better and gettingbcltek of with some webt); km$ to get .at. the. a ao pound cbbleI it. Bush hill, about the time the vines commence titUs section, and may be found in pl.ce Te Secretary of Agriculture has is Masiftgni was allowed to remain at
: We have nUlnbe. enemies we must use a solution sulphur When the bird on snow he] per from a half( to a pound addi never sown to the seed The growth of the annual .order establishing a Auditorium Hotel, where he is U'VT
; :god farmers i'our mind's eye at this either alone or added to the soap will lead the shooter a chase of miles. Bug Death. 2 runninl. fertilizer, and work into the beggarweed Florida clover and crabgrass |a quarantine against a -number of ing, the house detectives agreeing to -

., very moment are making capital solution. This soap is not a fungicide, The turkey can hear as keenly as h. Paris Green, soil. I have thus with eacellentresults in our corn fields this season, after southern and western sate on accountof responsible for his appearance in '
?: livings for their families and themselves nor it hurt the lady bugs. From can see. A cracking twig.under fo Arsenate of Lad, 248 over a ued a hilt best of the Southern nr .fever. The court. -
by their own unaided labor of f brain and four wi six sprayings a year should be will startle him more quickly even Experiment. by Maine Experiment Carthage, N. pnd Bryan Tyson. after growth cutivation.even surpasses any quarantine'against Texas and Oklahom .a_
brawn without any. ,1plal' to, tart onoriginallyjust made in spring, summer and fall. The a deer would be alarmed bY it. Often Station. C, w-__ wet, and right here, Mr. Editor east, is or is made a month earlier this year, Tk* BM !Slag.

r ? ) as any of their time for .praying should be largely-determined the man will not be able to get a Bug Death, 819 Wlrnt. Osure of the- ... Oreksur point of superiority which I would a taking effect 1, but it is notoperalive.lgainst In Germany large quantities of basic
ef J,neiahbr.might do by the same exer. and conditions shot, although he.may follow a flock Paris Green 814 strongly iathe emphasize the other states until slag- are annually sold under the name

f .'. )by, the-same intelligence. surrounding and must b judged by all day long. Often he wilt get his shot Arsenate of Lead, 818 With each recurring winter, comes west the mOt aftergrowth in east'and February 1, Except in this respect the of Thomas slag. In phosphatic slag

,'o One, whom> we will call-Farmer A: each* for himself. The thing is to only after.he' has actually walked the Experiment at. Brunswick by Mr. the usual batch of inquiries relative to that was well tended is a cornfield provisions of the order are identical produced by Bessemer converters the-

1 f told us'not many day. ago that he had spray thoroughly and regularly, especially bird down-tired him out by close, Rogers. the best way of treating the peach ore and could not be absolutely utilized if nothing with that in previous years The prescribed content of phosphoric acid usualy runs '

',eslizc&tjrem fopr acres of cabbages until the scale is. under con- patient grim pursuit. The man who Bug Death, 8 but chard that in winter There is no doubt so much or so valuable until killed ever territory includes Arkansas, from ten to twenty-five per cent. When
this past spring enough to pay all his trol, and then it is an easy matter to that is an athlet. Paris Green 31 with each succeeding season the winter's with Tennessee, Virginia, and alt f states first introduced it was argued that
familyexpcnaesafld thst.hi..wect control. \ the Arsenate of Lead peach growing is becoming more prof. freeinl. 'And the south of them. *'
{ p keep them under -If still-hunting training il 8 in at. "aw when untreated with acid they would
; acre of cotton and an hunting, CHAS. D. WOODS Director,._ | (table than it used to be, mainly for the growth fields is -I-s. t
tatoea'ne While not personally used this I finest form of turkey calling LeSson that anything but a bitter dose-of be useless as fertilizers; that the phosphoric -
sugarcane made iirtq syrup would on. lave therev.helng none in or yelping ia perhaps the most thrilling.The Orono Nov. T. 1002. Uke people are beginnlnl to For stock sagweed- FEZ WITHOUT WATER. acid they contained was not directly

i be: clear; and.that" if he coald get one this soap..section*,I have .good work: caller selects his position in the Maine Agricultural Experiment Sta and. are some finding interest out that in orchad., the cowpea and purposes crabgrass we should hay grow A .dispatch fronts Tangier, Morocco, available for plants, and that the
he unless ) cut and
week D1e of( o.clear-weather done with it in Volusia county, spraying I thicket or bushes with only starlight to tion. _,- attended to better than they,are cure in June; then have stock announces that the)rebels have cut the ferous oxide would prove positively injurious .. -
: ,could a tot of f corn being msde on my recommendation,I help hint. That position must b chosen eta be1 the investment will they used to in your inclosed timber from aqueduct which supplies Fez with wa to vegetable life. Field experiments

I ,poflCIU: a the,week' of clear weath- and feel sure tbat this soap will control with reference to two plntne From the Florida Agriculturist! failure prove a which in July to select those range intend ter, and added that the city was now with finely ground, but other "

r. 4f(.',v* : the White fly, that the turkey roost, > H_.*. i a crop .of grass has been cut off that rail. them you have- practically without water It was fur wise untreated, slags have proven conclusively

.-hl. kind of a,farmer do.not buy i "opposed wash, as It is hearing distanceof the hunter's hiding Dear Sir: Please print this in the I orchard in the fall of the year, a this second marketing crop of Lt instead of ther asserted that unless th* Kabyle that they are excellent fertilizers. -
and corn, hJs mik 114 butter. to'rein place and the ,other that the ground for Bro. considerable stiff gra., tribesmen from the south come to the As a result, the use of Thomas
Agriculturist sod will cutting a second
be the
is likely
; honey, made with and uncertain ColeY'1 cons crop hay; this
Cultic in front shall be open so that turkey I succor of Fee the slag as a fertilizer has increased"Stead-
Vegetables an ptoe. ee.them at as. to ..od. at times, will the lation. result) and the sooner this sod is plowed change from the timber place must surrender
fr- : and rale. when he ia lured from his cover within three days. ily, and it is now an important article
; \ spot fruit badly I grapefruit.I I am ready to acknowledge ignorance under] the, better; but in any case, the young, tender grass will -
ijul\r and ,hardly ever to town e.peeily' into full view and a of especially in Europe, and -
mufct present ,
something in his eoa wagon to sell have used the folowine .prs netting step concerning the east coast country. and early winter plowing should be adoptedand make fat better than the beat meadows -The hostility against 'the Sultan is commerce considerable extent in California, -
fair mark. AScarcly
i and but all vegetation of whatsoever nature Pennsylvania.. 'Then Dearly spreading in Fez. The Moors to a
land carefully the : ; not "in are ex
into tospeculate
reult. It thousand
' *'e,did not put,or his. into money orange emulsion-MResin wash one formula. does the dawn begin to show wiful' p..ibitle. plowed completely under,' and the soil tember pull the crl and put thee ,Sep ae hibiting photographs of him arrayed in also. During last sold year and over used one in the -, -
/ ; tree tons
fertilized were
before the calling begins The as soon after ridiculous garb. The Sultan i
as possible in
: sandhill to hi* bottom "resin wash, another formula Glub. "yelpr" I some .but 'those fishstories fattening cattle the stock fields while recently United States as a fertilizer The
planted on : is made of. a wards This ,method o( applying the. the .is assembled the nobles of the besieged
"Dr. myself, but I gras .greenandthe{ '
Li' He does not try to make money MontKomr'.Jn..cicde C. turke. jnow understandthe weatbe Maryland Experiment Station reports ,
4 _- -JrM, peacbcribere is tic t bone, and the sounds expert thingbetter: "Those fellow who t fertilizer along in. the winter time is fine, and"wepledge'! the finest town af the palace/and exhorted them
Itthe a
; of early bile show that slag phosphate gave greater
t ? veno gh.out tarheel or cracker turkey caller can pro- looked upon with considerable disfavor growth, not to despair, assuring the chiefs that
and caustic told ever on' class of -4
with early peaches .op one of those allot same. cat- than did of the other
.ee yield any
: Cpdthing a fide the.. mater a few line* of precarious .bn.. and Jth. soap fa ahead of f duce*-with the rude thing are as'wonderful that country y.rnlw.nte, those by log a"that good before many peach growers, claim tie w ll' be ., "' ,* the imperial! troops ultimately,will trlomphr insoluble phosphates. The yield of corn
' a the lime
of for
the :
: in as the ringing mating cry comes the '
successfully killingthe MrE4itorwemay; be
? benefited .
in three to boomerang by was apt quite so
-' ,. vegetables mOtha oher. yarns i as a to scare away roots of the with slag phosphate
-, ( heloafsor scale of use, and freedom Maine and Canadian moose hunter trees to need that fertiliser, the introduction of-otber butprotest treat Britain and France have noti
-Support his family all the ; whl. eae newcomers.-Se THurrah It will have leached grasses, I much as with bone-meat, but the yield
? C In Its I have answertd Liquid, incessant, flattering coaxing, awayi but thisis, against the fled Spain _
hunts"the' from danger 'apparent that they have no intention and greater..All
u.e wheat
rmalfinc'Ilne confe.ion of grass
for Dade cn ntfand for Bro. not so. Phosphoricacid and
the call call
letters I a full commanding, cal potashare that we must have of takingany advantage-of line situa with
i I. simply an .n-ond numerous ane gave darn. Cooleyl the two yom new grasses' > yields were produced at less cost
,,olth.He this Horticul.turl flows liquid trecherous mot necessity fertilizers, I for and ion-in Morocco, and that desire
statement at they -
; level-headed sa to some cassava or some phosphate than with bone-meal.-
fame and plture slag
they .
< call be Then J. T- -W.: H.-H not leach away under'almost
et. Bat letthe r : the
mn.ns Association St Angus- tkel.De the of of the
meeting ; place
of western status quo, even used in these experiment contained
in all kindness out pec" corn The slag
''an'?,--Let experleuce a,third of a life-time InF tine ,two veart'agcv and ,trust this. lifeless woods there will cobble ,p' ._Ln" Fls., Jec.'ai. ,,WZ..,. perfectly.n)safe circumstances, in- using these, sa that one Is before this can be a stock country. The in the -event of the Sultan being de. only a total of 16.1je per cent, of '

in tilling the soil, answer to your letter will 'cver" the gobble': gargling from deep Jhe ly: after plowing. ,The immdite truth is we have'the-best stock coun throned and his place taken by the phosphoric acid, whereas this fertilizer
aUspent jSPAlftSH/
: i 'aelgbborswho also tilled ,the .ound and not subject me".to numer great turkey Cock's throat.'. Ane.the IIOW.TQ! SPEAK. j\ this th mast be of the best grade try ia"\he United States now and the pretender.'These communications have should'and usually does,,contain from

:,\ '. mal>few w6rds'of advice to stew.reomers. letters of inquiry, from' .grow,', next Instant as a.Stan might of For Ia' bound. to give good in the productionof most delightful {forllse atockinanJohis. reasSured the Spanish government, 21.03 to 22.24 per cent.,,and the very
, ; '. Settle, on good pine'land, or eus_.._ ;vcr7;;truly I yours,'\\r.. C' : th forest to r seek the. dq., ao--stalks the' "What1' to 51 II SJI.h bl.nttf4 and well coloed rearl high flavored fruit Thom sPorter.; Grand Ridge./Nov. 37, which national i 1s thus relieved of fears of inter best quality a still higher percentage. -

'' ."bnlld IrCpin and,till a. ha'noC1cGet ...j 4| -" E.F.' Pocbf; wld'blr. ;, that('turkey: ; j Say ItM.* two Ct I 'toW High grade acid phosphate and high in Farmed:and,P'tiiLro'.er ,,]1 'I'-complications npCONCERNING.CHILD Farm and Fireside.WtheT .' -

even nti"e". feed s.n4at- .; -.- ? then.upi.lal I J.Craig..'General PalsngepAlent. grade sulphate of are theynoat such ,beautiful, tre.r.l.eb-emo governor of Florida traveled -
,: ?! tij qi .(uttc. Make plent1 of milk and ,, t o.'F Cs. _' that Is he hasi been lured %'The ideal I W.incon.! N. Cl,' H.La", advisable to nat. pa.b together, tions'in,m,1, ;\ LABOR. 77,000 miles during the first hall of hIs *
..;-. home a.. no/light/ ta,1 ltelf gq1tt5' thy should be. I'ni sure they-can Jiearus and Prosecution against the'parties guflty, '
: { Mer' egsjf al 01 JM 'DIdn't / ..n< 'the WUkh : P"'eD" snnn so proportioned that enjoy term, and wa.biewt'iron -' 'W; lise >c.m1 syrup and other Ddgt'i.cfp"- : ..wit bulky- as 1U' ie Ga'Thi' !* '_tlA' .IU- pie mixture'show' an analysis of hint a compliment as> welt(.as-you do You of allowing child labor In.the mines is 180 days, how far, frill he be obliged to, '
r farm : tU f.1 ble information Trmrdipa and : being pushed' under' the. direction (
csejthat her,1 and be* II Cub pr cent'phosphoric add and ten per .uprtok. whatwould"you'say I yon .o travel'to reach the U.S.' senat ;"with
." '2vT;er. el .small orange grove.'peach a "y sf.u. ,: do.1 present aojr too'gooda1 mr' theW..Undi'j ;. 1t\ : IJ ent.1.'. potashi For a young"'orchardiomlng "-' _' /,.. *U' the state department'of 1aboratWi1- John Stockton and Jim Taliafero cros'I I '
aad a : .nlwe" ft T. banters, therefore'prefts'agoodchoke s a bearing,. four TI 'oeliev ri--earrbe: Interpreter keshiirre-yp-, '-, -/ ,. .., ,
luo o,
you thre ; Li ; ?
bit track bony (t7bla .
olcd.trawbt pte jug ,
i "Wen '
: T some al.n" bore,. shooting tightly WIthin three snd.a half years'eighty.. pounds :mixture dear MinT One, justicelias 'been convicted 01 every// ,
tree Jwould
tew. pei would
I MU i most
O.-fadnf.f HopkinL la done the Rule of ThreeJ-**
eal ; -rit sum by
ae SB
'I money.; be.( 'Mrcnc. ** ," '- pCk"I.4C two trustshave.bcen. fo. be avsle and thisf quantity likel *. g miss I'm fraudulent certificates of age .A
\ u .m. tee.aial Tome '
.nteat r.d Udon- ; ia West
et n ear Sawyer Hillsborottgh
',\ Jlc -,'If yew, ID" ', ..b.ia ..." , I. ep.: f-8, :1 I. &,I a, b f pounds. per .,beech ") I ased fined.; Other conviction*.are ex* 'Press .. -
;* "A'I; -f .' \ ,1 .11, pect. Ths Shortage of ihtTeWTK I'
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. T The- Kl&slBHBee Valley Gazette-- ] devastating' cattle siCknesses: (rood i', t _jE' L.a 4.IMe.l\ I '"*,

-. .... '";.T'.LBf MQMK' NO. ItT. grating, ,unlimited;water supply near All the 1ionpl .JNO ,. : BE. A MAN,, j\C.,\ c. Hnrla 1..'

D. to th* chief market. and 4- '
< rCBUSBBD VIST raiDOfflea '' a hardy Bank Circulation' t***+*** *' I ++ /gpUfOflbeiT' ti
prolific native lock. a* a foundation $ .t..t. + -
', } la Taller, Uaiettel 1S1idis The GRAVES tf t.
) we need never be alarmed
about the
KI l iIllMt .OBCIOLA COUNTY.WI,*. : : 4
in the United States could S SuE F FEBSTIIBLE. '
1. : allure of such a drop to. the bucket a* no 4 ; Aerlotor'i
P. '
.A.'VAKS '
I.;. J' . AGINEW t th. Cuban market. purchase the assets of 1
W.-B. H.uuua, f PoPRrxr2Bi. .'!. J. OWEffSe ..roniBTonSPECIAL '
Th best answer to all' pessImistic Mutual Life Insurance Company Lu .WIJDAJIIILISL4 D

.oiI I. A. VANS AUJJKW.( .Kdltor., iwer of the subject. lips" )'n the pr- .of New BYTHE .I J

ant fact that. well known western.. cattlemen York RATES WEEK .
...."" 'al tb. PonuOtos la Klsalom: ria" -
r _-_ a* ood.. -.*a.*mail.taaUar.abeertlwf -. bare Invested.tbelr money, backed Ttl_ebeaUtba* .,all Spie.Baal-* to StDDl 7 .'",

4 *; will |>la** moUfjr tbs om
a ta.r tail to set tbe #aper rwraiarf: *. caul country Intent. by the upgrading $313,900,000Lass ". L1Cl. 1 ; ;
alt communications\ *aoot tram ear aathnrmail .
bed 1.1rr..Pond.utm. b* |...... b.II.* of the healthy native,animal,. with Fine lake View. Finest Turnouts fri Town.' .
... & Situated Depot.
upon the open market... of the world. 4 1t Mral Ufa IM._ .nlY"- Near . .
_r will notb rtara4 naleMThe ikaa HMM **r" i .
r e . '. TAN K a 4PU'MPS
Jl'tor.... Is ... 1\\ '
not'reeponalbls for opinionspreaaed. ;

AdrorlUlnc, byorraapoadnla.raU. may b.*had on application.. ?UKCLB AM AT. WORK. $ 2,8oovooo Fine Hunting And Flsiting l within easy reach "'A'p.o'r Standard P'll Cora pan and 'I'W6iL '

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? BDBSCRIFTION BATCS. 4.. Detail. of the laaprvvesseate For .. 'hi.lad.CI V- .. Armour Fertilizer? Co. . ETC ETCAlan

.Onteopr.oneyaar ,., ,tl the KiaalMsaee River Route. .- _arn 11 % ConlratiUir'!' ,hw
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On :nix onIhi..t.::: : ....:,, : :
L copy : Ml $ -
Kisslmmee 1 in' lat 69I59,000ctkh
fortunate at
,,. .On*copy,three IIQDthsI .,,....' ... .,.;.,;.. ..36Friday '_------- ------.--------.--- '
laving her Ipng.-wished. for desire unler .. InArtesian
weigh toward* a successful comtletlon mm tkaa aar eootpna* I tke I
I ; January..o, 1903.. at the hand of experienced I hae.O::- . -.. '
Jolted State.. Government Engineer, Wife* ...d..for .WaM_ $ I laaute f*> 4
and Kisslmmee 1 I. doubly fortunate In o High Grade WhiskeyKentucky
'4 ( CAtTLE: IN FLORIDA. laving the work locally don by Capt. THE MUTUAL. LIFE INSURANCE J Pump :.

In some quarter :'there'appear to .r. P. Sharp In whom our .town State. Bank.OJ'Kissimmee'' -- 47'
ia. absolute faith both in hi. generalecholcal I PAN ikJOK- '
c ; "b* a (omewhatuneasy feeling about }
aklll and in his personal and KJCHAIUI X. ; ,Fl
the future of the, cattle'business I In intImate.. knowledge of ,the actual .r. : : .ExchangeAND. : :-

,Florida' which 1 worked CECIL WILLUOX, Mabager.- .
', engendered largely locality to be upon. Briefly JackionvlUerFla.rt-1 . "

\ by.:the possible dlin of !the trad we may-say that a better selection. .

with Cuba. Thla feeling 1* confined han bl7 hare Captain been Sharp mad could.">not- poll I- M. TILLER\ Agent,, xissimmee4-i'ig. Offers tq Cusomer' Every Fac'IIT .

: t11)1>.' ,.to those. who are -not occupied anagem .
Captain J. P. Sharp: first came to ,
( the Consistnt wih :
? : -in railing cattle at all, and there 1* this locality in 1870, and he was the Articles of( Incorporation, ,T :: C.

oonfl lot Ing,testimony concerning. first. pilot. upon the Klaslmme*. Blvr, LigKtsey, Lewis Caruthers Intrusted to U.. E'PR.LIBOV
which gives him a true understandingof Personal Attention All
\>' ,.Cuban outlook. Cattle t -. ---- .
all the various problems connected Company.The .
Less than a month ago th'Arcadia with the variety' of seasons and their 4

Champion publlahed a valuable. letter. 'Influence on the levels' of the waters of .nnderalined hereby-.aaocUU thmM4vetogether < N. B. CARSON. .HI.... f I now have the- largest stock of Wines, Whiskie ,

.. r written by Daniel Child who waa 'al his district. No: man who has not a* a body corporate- under and brvirtu and Der ever handled .in Kissimmee. 'All .
.of' the ceneaal Incorporation lawa of th* pp
had hi'long local experience cangainsay to aultb
grade times.
the time! Investigating the matter.. la. Htat*of Flrid..laid down 4n tb kvldBlalutwi
hi. opinion without dangerof ... of tbe Lsl.cUre --
and the Act *- 0 a
Cuba, and while we cannot. .reproduce ridicule recoiling upon them. It. amndtory 'b.n'ad .upr.lejnenlarytborelo .1 ,, --, '

tbe whole,; we\ will quote the. part which may be Interesting for' people of. our *ud adopt"'* following arltclet o 10'"rlo.luo Have yourrneas- ,

town to know that Captain Sharp built. ] G, .A.
)' Immediately concern -discussion: I. ; : SPCA' "
the "Mary D.III' mvonLtihrXfrrrTi shoreof ARTCL : I ure taken'
A, "Cattle are shipped to tWS oouotryr The n.m. bTh
our lake before a single house- .'. .h.1 .
;. r* 'r7TtMn Mexico: Central and South marked the future town site and further with IJtchlfcey. Lewlf 4i .rlh..c.ll. CO".I..! for your"new" Fsll., '" ,
buID..L IU.I. ( *
1M!b Ainurlca and the United. State. .. Th and built the I.p.lnclp, aiioh j >M,L cr0A. FropriGtcr.I "
be Mr. Ingraham "
: .. Col obl.n cattle Hem to be the favorlto first, bouse in Klsslromee. Captain :'e >a M may bti ntablUbcil .lsvwb.iv I tij -BJABDBN, I I I.the only proper and MI-

,t *. Mexico I I. the heaviest shlp- Sharp baa been runningsteamboat.* lineAl oII.I.* -'---- Isfsctorjrrf of buying ur .j'

per generally though when there la awar ARTICLI II. cl lbe.. Make
In these water"' -from time to time the b* your selection
I a* lately In Colombia, cattle The I..ti b".loe.'
many ever since, and nobody knows the conditions porallou from the Ullprlnf line of
'rv."ul,1 .ha"..0 iEfHlNGPO.WDERS.1TCR1M.NB .'
are exported to keep them out of better lie also, assisted lo 10.: (
tbe hands of the contending armies.. The ralaltif. bnylrrg' Bellini or otberwla I
.; /.Florida cattle bring the lowest prices the preliminary dredging of (be very deallt. or radIus l"oo llle. horeea, sheep, c_O"I. """"T'-" d -'"; '
Southport Cypress
roate and other 01 I. iuwk and anlmala . -. lIves CO EROS. :
on arrival owing to their mailer site. under consideration and tbe others .. And ,. sell aud ,
cow. with calve being worth about blrt .II.h.waree, 'od*., dII'II : TCRThSN*.2:s.d : '
DOM aclJEDtJ\.E\
i 88 or (30, while"Central and South below belonging" to the Kisstmmee wood, frulla, sralua, tnlnurala and all . Tt a : .i-C.' IN EFFECT NOVEMbER a 1K>>. -- Chicago, Est,. 18. :;
Route the few
River past yean of and all kluda"land MCFI. .
other any ; .\G. Peed
pru1 - tauec for :
American with calve. "TZT seer a '
cow easily CaptaIn Sharp has been In commend alan | owl,. leaae, oup'Dlln. 1* Ii 5Tt -a- I' ill a ir q

. bring *5 or $7 100.the..Florida." However took somebreedenr'prefer of the Government" ,teaSboat-Biils- develop Ihoroof.and"&Improve the,, omwtructloa lud. &o'pta< ., I Is sea iMa : liSp .4 rap :: : .:::..Tampa.tltr;.::::: .:fl AiVlant. :.::....M I IIt lOp KaI0 : Ma IsIS 1 OJ flop, 1Q* top OOP YOI'1 find a world of pleasure . ,:

1 owing borough'wltiVhis headquarter at. brtdg. yi. hrl..t" worki and any Notice of Intention to Apply MASTER'S SALE .10 W a Mfp .SH. ..A .kvlauil. ......Li .. a Step 40p In wearing the clotboa mode
i. to the rapid growth they make Tampa, doing general. river and bar. and all i>ulldtnii .. .| iimcaaary lo .. a oa1' 11 MI Two An. .Uikelan4.. ,....Ar 5 10 .lt...:. ... .. '
1$. when they get on the fine teed of eMs bout work under the direction tile carrylnc ou of aaJd bualu....tucludmf lbs (or Letters Patent.Notice NOTICK 18 HERESY OIVII. their-nndar, .. 75Atp SOi A... .ow...... .Lv 5 a ..... .. .... by Straus Bros., faultless
action a it la th. thing for survey bulldlns aud op ratlon ff ....._ aiid and by virtue of a deer* '1_.and .. blip lUi, ( A... . ...I.. ( ... ..... .. 'i
r q common of Captain Herbert Deakyne, United other era* for the traliaportaUon of (relsMajld MI entered by 'o'Clr.1 Court for .41.1. ( Ar.. .Pnnu Uonla ....Lv 4 7 ...... ., ... In style, fit,finish and .tr ,
1110 .
a four or five year1 old Florida cow to State Corp. and lo I* glean that the lbs .a..a Circuit In and ii'ij'iIJ II ,_ ... A .. Kl..lmm**._... 62a lala.
Engineer Department p..eeog.r. do.d p. 7 lOp much better
double her value in a years who I I. the District Engineer In chargeof form all n_..ary ""I.U".II. | prlvllefra wi apply b..b'. .. of the 8.aad.nllao. "J. fovtheC.'unlyofclsy. In Chancery lining... Mp 1101 .. ... ..U. . ..... . Its... lla. .0. S alp Tb't.1 II
? df rred the laws of Florida the day Ih. Ud day of December, la a certain I ep I Uk Ar..Sanford than the mo of .
by at T.lia.hs.s.e.oa 9
upon lo. a
"The Cuban Congress ha passed a the present work now'" being under. stellar.oorporatlona.ARTICLE'. A.._. 1101$. for letter p.Lo.1210 incorporating oauM therein pending .*II. Tb. P.nnayi.vania sl|. 1 6T..:::.:,. :: :. :: Orange oily Junatlon.: Lv..5:.:::::::.:::::::. : a a .I : loop sep clothes orlo.r
law within the past few month putting taken. III. "Tb. Lee I'areoni"stile, .,," under lbsiolIosin Company for I- uranca on Lives and ( *0p .... ._.. .. .A .. .. ...nd ..: .... 1 U 4 n. ,yet price art astonIshinfly .:
a duty of IT per head on beef cattle .- has received | proposed charter, tb* rlloal of Grintlng AnnuitIes. I is complainant, and tb* 4 IMp 4 4* . : ..... Kip.II S 009 tow and
Captain Sharp perml aald 'shallbe :. : . .. .1L.j : t:. : i you'r perfectly
or male stock over 0 month of The eatiltal stork of onrporatlon . which U now on nle In the nOire of lbs secretary Jacksonville.I Temp S Key VVert Railway Company TWPp_ r (o : : : ,M.:_____: _, ::::; .: :::::. lap_ a =:_ t tap J.
sion by telegram-from-C.- W. Ward, fortyfive 'h..d dolt. (K5.00U) di of SLats ol Ihe male of Florida Allc Wil..., l>. .. WIlltama1llobertII. l **'. In ordering,
age and taking off the duty on cow* secretary of the United Land Company .100 Into shsre. On laodr l ollara TTil notIce !a 5'(en anrt publland pursuant .Coleman. A"II"Ic Roger.. II. T. Kendall, 7 b
and belter and calves under 6 months. whlrll .h.1 be fully .d Don- loaX'llon 1. Laws of' Florida, of ...the Chatham sta.l.v. . : .I larmentsarenot aat-
to use the Okeechobee Shipyard .eaalbl. w pd th."t. . .A.I.D. Cl. : :: . ..Tampa .. '
; 'Cuba ha been Florida' beat beef on the townihore of Our like for the . eab.ARTICLK IV.. ol.nwsdl..g' Ih. mat.. _of Florida.VUlneuoiir I& .Loo.II..". W.Edward Pop U.Do.ld. harriet S ::::: t ." .::.Lakeland .. ':::::::::::::.: : :: ::: 10.fop OOp I.factor you oeo't Uk "

market(or past and will :; : Ma . Ar. .... ,. .... .. . .
many year will ,
purpose of building' a dredge. This Said oorpomtlon shall havaauoo .' name this eleventh (day of Peocmuvr. Vailevitealty Company are dfadaitla wMIoirir l2ltp l Ar .. .. .I''eCh. . them. '* pleated
,. continue to be '0. At present and dredge will be 65 feet long, with Cn 18 I IU nauie for I. M.-nud of fitly ( ) A.D. for tale' and aril" lo tb* highest bldnVr fur 1 .: : : ': '.::'.:': ::.': .Lv..S .. Call
rv ever since the .war, Cuba ha had to foot drawing Si feet of water. )..rorporal nJ 101.WI..... C.: I......, ranh al puMIc I outcry, belor th* Court lire,.* a 4Ap 46v Ar ArAr Ocala . . ,...:.:.. ::.::; ::::::: : 4.19 t ao. yo sample*-
beam .,. "
dmir of the sell! (20U5tPf Clay.I HUM of Flor
Import nearlyher entire meat ..uppI.Thur. It. will' frame work'over it to AftTICLK V J. N.Ill.I."U. BULLOCK.PROPOgKn In the of (1 tOTS Hprluga I herein I 4 Mlp . . . . ...'. ........ . 46sno.
cattle in the carry The butnfl of' ftflld corporation shall I. City : 7.OOp .... .ArSI . ... .. .... .. . .
are practically no support a house above which wllcontain and manux1 by a l >" VI b OHARTFH OF .FARos .-.i lbs tint Monday r'F.. .. A. U., lyua R4itaIt .. . .. .lok.O.II.. .. . . . J. N. 'CalhounGothlnc.
country considering the number consumed one large room and two small .ndlno fetocrvtary uui Tru.u.I.I.I.. and a CATTUK 3lU real* being. lbs* ,.o .1,1"0"11 af..d'.a, a.ta. . ..... ....Brookavllle.Illah ...... .......Ar..I 16p lOp .
-. and the possIbilities of the one The large room will have. 1.ld.nt.Director Pou.b. .. of five andsod The u..lsr.tnel' bervby :: she e&eailay.'Wllhte, detibed In dve fe. an 'oh'low. .10p. ..Ar.-:. . . .... Si>rlug.. ...... .. ... .... .. .. sep
to them. The market. other officer n uteuu* the Board totvlhr-r for till, l..rlose,. | ,il Ivccomltin loour- ."rp" .II *OP Ar .LJrei Shoes Kotlons
country produce sleeping berth. or bunk., for eight uLLUreclor* 1d. ,,.. l and frmliii roriKfratlau under al, < : II Rp. : .An: : ___ l>npont.: :: J: ,. .
may ( a mentioned and de- : ' : : :: : :: IHH.2L.
tnA.tgslHl : :
will be the The property ::: :: :::
never glutted a* splendid men, and enough floor space for a mess The Board ol 8..0. shall.. elected at by rt: :,. <>f the law of tlieHtate of r orlda crlbed I In aalif tlecr* an.I| In the blir..l comilalutla 9 alp_ ::._.Ar. : .: :. . : .. WaycroM .:.. : . : . ._ ._ -

., land now used for pastures will In a table etc.. One of the small room a .1..khol.I., .* ", to be tiodl% at Kl uiidoh, the '010"101 proposed rh.rWr. **ld cause, pa'tlcnlarly described I . .. .Tamia .. *' 11"IA.| ....... '
few be too valuable for that and I aecoud TneMJMT inJanuary .bo..L. .16
year will be a galley and the other will be ..rnr' fr.. kahlbul'O'lb.relo.xr.ptlnath. lands( : i)niiy ,. _
of each The i>
ba utilized for growing sugar can used 'h.ove..r year.. U r I tofor mid drecrlli Klhibll "II" In e "i 7 ISa .:% ) .AriK'ia' '
a an office and cabin for rltoeuu elmS I pom ibetr uurahei b ot. lompLr. Tampa* . . 7 Up
.0 .h.1 The nt the niwpnmllon Thol 5.1.1 Hill, : sItuate, lying aixUxIng In : "lO
and other purpose. Th tobacco of the dredge. The will, a Suvrotary sad D..O. .bol. : .IA J40* ejailp lOiipLr.: .po'T..p.CI.r, ..Ardo* .
crew" 1..ld"o. p.len. Leo ( COlu.aflt| ant ** ettunllB Clay, ritrna I llad l Il. "lp
growing districts especially support Tr ", .* >ry. by-law oliall ,: In Hi: < n of |., : aolo : Menele. Marlon Monroe.Orange. ,. 7 .t Slop IlpA..10.jT..D".1.11( 'IO l 41 4.;> 11
consist of one engineer, one mate, one : lor. : : : *t t; : L. '' ,
a large and ...pI4IJ.loo.\Par\ population deck bands and one for government the Hoard.and Com I In, th. ,,ty .I( <,In. $t l* .' .. (. I Jolina. Sumlrr. V.ln.l. .. "(lip| Ar... ClaerkatoK.. .1 Lv ,See .... Good Healthand
l such .
PHOT sod appoint ati. euipUiy, and oflltahll 4 u. I Polk and .lh* SteM of .\ Slip Ar..01.0. ... Lv . .
which must be fed from other .10 .. rlod. ad .... 41
other om ud ibm de
cook and they will be well supplier .er- : na IUHV niueoeeMry It.Th daerlbdTaa TorioWaiUoavvv. "Up Ar .Tarpon Spring .. Lv .2 .
part with utenslle and, and p"ed the of hmetart' -Bally ccpi BuudayrPullman
cooking ,
bedding : and .. be belt"one sad svnrral' nlur nf th* br.ilnrn 1 .1 IlteaaoL Bsc. T. K. AcRes .
also the Calnesvlll good board. The dredge will be the amo >u. lr..l.-.l l III. .sd) ooriMiralloil shell sloeplpg oar on 21 und 32 between Jackonvlll'and .
Quite reoently, by Port ,
., : : : ..thrwlMilort "U . .. . .. .. >1 flROOSI par blood Inseparable. If
equipped with a 6-lnch rotary pump Until the A rut annual and -a rttlnlns. r u>InK ami *lilns of or F. e 1 .
.. :News Interviewed", H. T. Lykee, a of offlcf, on the aoootid m.eln. In laouanr iurf u.' Imdltif In mitt, All ... ......... .MU : I 'EOI'HJWERT *" blood I I. bad roar health most suf r
a 29 horse elide valve engine i Ii .... .. __ __
- member of the firm of Lyke Brother. 35 horse power Scotch ahd 4. 4. 0. I1KM, the 'orpoTstors-Wiftam.1.Vs bets -.Tnl nthcr *hrrtB tif -.h: J.. .. ,....... ... .... 5 4 I2 n A. _CO., H_ ...1p. .,.A. lOOp _All tralni ,. Yf Pl blo body to loa
power boiler eon. U. A. IJKhUov. M II. .. RolxrtCaruthvre ,,ll tr enliuala and birds. ail I Tdlp a loa ". 902. I _71 _" _.___ dai _N al.

.. of Bavana. Mr. Lyke refutes th.statement inch duplex pump. The dredge and ouD.Utute\ ,a.nri".Ksuhard of K. c.r'h... .h.1. frolic klll.,of. warcaand. .. .. ,rla roentbaodlii' ,aud 01' wood prudu.tsland atl ", All All .............. ...... .....10 ". ivw AM T lu. 'zsp 10"A.) "kO".11, .1.. sto. 11 Ilhl'Hftl sos 11I.L9 ... T.I. . Ar 10 OOp4S7B 710 boiler allows' the steam fN ran tinder the
). .C.r. e. r hrr IUu 11 tOe .... do.
that Cuba I I. well stocked machinery will cost about 11800. An and h .r. .0 . All. ... .. ..... .. ...12 Ml M, Havannah. .Lv K 4A* 7HOP Sole t
10-foot. row boat equipped with o.ra.od \ul' WII.m .. 1'.0.' h.1 b Prl. l : ;: alMlbeniNiil: :i:>,Ulon' .;owulur.., ur-.I:: I AIL, . ..... . .l 27aI2H ) 12'10. CI.rl".m. l.v \SAP (27ai'6ua el'PI .his 6& From poor blood to Impur blood I*
tlVHlliiii ( .1 10.Al.
t #, . with ca't.1'1. and say that. there will a call will be built unless a goo< ... l\ob..tC.lh"., ..h.IJ. W ..P.I".nJj cuiiatlwii pnivemeul cu laiida, aurTthe produi'U :; ,. ... ,......: . HIn 1..I.'p .WIII".o.L., __ Illll' : !! a I.and Impure I I mother to a
.0 : . .... (XV
?. be a demand there for Florida" oowand second hand one can be bought.. .T..lrr. uuill Ihvl 'DVwr are cb.. also ways thecoll.truollnli trrcsiiiu.wrks.of and roada.all brltlsee.bullulus i; *aol Al. ..... ..... .. .. ...11: m 'HIM'..MmM MAll II 7. 7 4 $15 la Ar.Ar.... Wa! hl,...loo. :LvBaltimore. 4 II lOs 72'p laa. ..111.Ar.'ho.o..I..L. . 7 4"* I&0.. ". percentage Iron Tonic of hum an 1. Dr.for
lu..le. mrmrohaiu..Lv
users for year to come. Be ez Klsilmraee will be glad to learn too ARTILIC Yf. Mriii-inroa, I iixcenaarr M the oooducl of acid All. ".. ... ..... V I IWHMsi 0 tIlLs Ar.:, :: .Lv a Ma : lop ;I: : ..Naahvlila.. :.Lv 405p OOll* ; Har. and Impureblood, for It ill
that a* far a* possible all th.supplIes bueloem,Inrludliiu 111 bnlldlus ai l operation .. .CnRI'I -4 ( 25a Ar.,Phllannl.hla..I.V t | poor
'Sla 11 .
plain the decrease in price olFlorid.yea The hih.uI amount of ImlebtodnoM or llaMllly . 01 mp .Kvanavllie' .Lv 5 1ft. '.
I All .. .34 Msen 1 both builder and food
and material.. such a* lumber bolts aalM can an: of >taiubcauand otnurerfl for "trau.port XISi .,, 16lpA'.I.wYo.k..L., esepl 9 a-iit : : ... a purfie a ,
. . Cbluag-o.. TOOpSUM
M ,
AU (11311 --
beeves by the fact that the revolution. will from llm.0'JtN II. .I ob"i ortr-nva. >. of freight sod ; g.ner.llyU . .t. Siu : THROUGH -:--- 125.Ar... ... .. .. = and a medicine. It Is combi.nation
calls paint, etc procured :' Kr laa such lucldnt, to All ... . > IM .0]I OAR SERVICE. .. 1M, _
..iit Colombia caused owners to burr local dealer, which should give u. C1.0)( ) the bualneea of aalil P".u.\\ under lbs All .. . ..... ... Sl M I :No. 32 and 35 carry Pullman sleepers .. '. ...Lv .... of the kind known to medical
ARTIcLE VII. .. .. .... .... .
Alt n LuI"U science and its for
: half
. 1
lbs saId of Ylor.4a. .
of 1
the satisfaction. In week lessactive : between New York .Lv 11
with lAp
them a".y0 save them, consequent great a or The name of th. aubacrlber lbs capita .." All -..-.,.......... .,.... i a sit A" Jacksonvilleand & a ha led to it* endorsement by
work will be commenced- .' III. Alt ...4 lIt i Port Tampa. between : ....1 v _lUO.'BI' ... cDtur
effect of flood Ing Cuba. This stock of' ald oornoralloir am li by then ,. O.y'ooahO
The* of ::;::;: ;; ; <;:::;;; = ? of medicalmen who bare .1
word ha gone forth officially thai avarally .ubrlb.and tba residence sod< amonut of theraplul stock Mid
'. condition! of affairs being over "2or- "all possible despatch. shall be used opposite..ouoiol" ." br ibm..set ) iball, b.b*AfMeu divided. thousand inteope bu""n dollar : :" .;; ;I C :: = : : New York. No. 78 and 23 carry Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville been to find a ubstlfut '

-.-.oAida will'oome .lit for her usual large constructing the dredge and getting William C. Panoua, U" b., .'IA.o, ihareaof lh4>ar .m.el Al .15 aa 0A MAl I and New York Washlnirton and Penn. B. R. No.. 78 and 23 carry Pullman -
\ .h... of the. market that. Island. ready for the Improvement of the caOfoeola Coun Arlaooa.I IM *.. dred tJo'lsreesrb, and the otlrM amount o' l4'u,;:' :. gleapers between Jacksonville and Su Louis via Montgomery. :
;:; said capital stock shall b*eubaorlbed and fully "' .M
II U Usbucy, italian folk. County: Flor- .
nal. Al \ . G
.' On th. other hand the ,Tlm-Unlo < 7> harea. . paid In before said corporation .h.1 transact ... ... .. .... ."I Punta Oor..1.oa.n arrlve'at Fort Myer 4.OOp. Dr.
.. county fully understand Alt.. ... ....,. ,.,2 .
II lwl. Fort Made. Poll any . ys A I leave Fort arrive Punta Oorda
and Citizen iq an endeavor to get atl : o..r. bala. . 8Ieam.r. 4.30p. Dally -
that this ts not merely a local work 7t ahare IV. Ahi .... f III 11.195All : 8.0. Harer's
',he bottom of the ntter' wro.0. but one In which the whole State Camlhera, lurkcy 1..ok. Oaoe ThtUrm'for which e.M .b.1 ... .. ... . ...., Ill l .0, exceptSunday.
or.'I" .
Steamer ,.
all for
ola County, Florida, 149 exist shall beiKUiy' ((1)) | Al. .1 IIJ1 1 Key Wet and Havana Tuesdays. Thursday and Sun '
for his oplnlo share a* a distinct commercial improvement r. \
Capt. James McKay : Itlobard I K. Carutbera, hr".". n. 0 I days at 1 1.OOp. -

OD the future' Cuban market, and this official In the of opening up under navl Oceol County, Florida, 1 . The builfiaa' of said V. corporation I All............,.....d. ... I'U.a .. .010, Connection made at Jacksonville. for all points' north, east. and west. I
auspices a I ICOUMTV
FLBIDA'I conducted bf the followluf I unleerai A Ill I Information regarding the schedules, through ...
1 his reply: : ' ' ' .a car arrangement .el'va- .
Il' .
; gable waterway' ' from the central porlion dent. a a _. : : : .: :::: : ; 54 tions etc.
"Your letter of the S4th Instant. Was of the State. to the Gulf of Mex Before the uDd..I.o authority peraoaallv ."d", VIP..D.Bor .T..ur."... am-h ohu All .. ... .. ..... .. ., 4 : :.: , may. b 8ur upon application to any ticket. agent. ACL "
William sod . . .. . . G. F. KUStt .
came U. A. Llfhuey dg.m.d Alt .. ** will Insure yon acalnstlhs many snif.namltlBC ,
forwarded to me from Tampa- this too a notable undertaking which will W. 11. ,..1..10. known to ba .. :13:1:1: ::" 'tim. by the Ih.ard All ... ........ Gi." I.dAI I S. P. cor.LIERJR... Dlvlfon-Pn.s. Ag't. Tampa. Fla: > from Impure blood. Sorofnla pimples, J
place and contents' are duly noted bear*pl"ndld fruit In !the future. named lo . 0 ..uhn1 tb"foregoing: .. the Vlo..Pr..ldvsl All.... ..... ...In .I T. M. EMERSON, Traf Mg'r. W. J. CRAIG P. htoaey disorders, gout< * a
A H. M.
1 T. M;
articles of aokuowledved '- .... ... . _
In regard to the Florida cattle. lucrprloD..d I reaaurer may *held br theunte porno All .. .. .1" 1 EaE.A. female w "anemia"o_ eta., .
the. : .... ... ... . Wilmington N. C. .
be tneir free act The number of members of the Board > All : .14 1.1212 them: the lb. Sarms
'trade with Cuba this I I. about the klw Florida Historical 1 Society. and deed for tbe uaea and purpoee thereinmrutloned. t.r may b*ohanired from time W time *, All. .... .. ..Ill .. 1. 545'S d.wo,la the general weakenIng of th.vbol
nation: Every year during the winter b* provided la lu. By-Lwa omrora- All.. . ... ... . .25 (dolt system wblcb $ openlac tam
A* published In the Times-Onion I % band offlrlal 1 seal, this tb. ." All . . .. I 1 a .r
there 1* no demand for Florida oaths lion, but shall\ not less 10.or more .33 stats ,
1 I
2I 'r December D. im*. b .. ... .'
and Citizen to whom the State I I. indebted than flv* .21.54 MJIS
on the Island of Cuba from the fact for the of this .ul. C. C. WILSON. The Directors ball br eleoled. to a.,,. fortb All ....... .... .2 1 a 114241All. Mallory Steamship Lines f.lolow.ll.only one of the thousands I,
: that the cattle are' poor and not fitted organization [155th,] Notary futile.8TATB term of oue rear by the iookholdra. at aal.4lon . . ..7 11 .. 1 W b. received,
for beef and It. 1* too late In the season 'glorious, society, we reproduce tb. to b* bold on lbs second Tueedar lu All.. . ..... . 1 l Detroit Mich.. J_ 10 I OI.
to place them In the Potreros, a. 'purpose and scope" of Its. splendid OF FLOBIDA.I January, ol each year, and the ofnrere shall b*. AI..n J 1 114 .commenced Dr. Hares,'. ..Toal

the mortality U verr great among aims: .L" COUHTV. I elected. for alter a' almllar. lb..scttoeofth.-llr.ctore term br the Dlmlora liamedlaUily by All .::::::::.:::::::: '.:::' st THROUGHjriCKETS. TO Uam.when p'r..wven attack o_ ,}

:' thorn, being a bad time of the year for "To preserve to gather to file and Before Robert th* UDderalnd Oanilbera and authority Richard B. Car the ."' . The director ball ba.ipower All of uanrv v*
acclimation. Th season open MaID protect material bearing upon the utliera, to use "o.a lo b* tb* braon* namedIn adopt By.Ijtwa for tb. oonlrol of aalicoriioratlon of uneorrerert.. .... . I ciAll.funaumvoyed New York. Philadelphia New Haven. New London, Full River tyaum and my general :*T- !.(

In the spring' when the rain begin 00 history of of a Florida.printed and To secure documentarycharacter everything and in.o who 'tb I*foreeolns. :the artloleaof *x. Stat annual meeting, ai before d thereafter thdatof at anytime the All of unenrvyetl .10 93 .l I. "I 13'' 4 I Stonington l royia.nce. Uoa.on uii d all Northern fiuints.LOWER l's.A*D a e.blood and purtoer I moat Dr.alncoraly' m niiinnail :>
:: rescind I said All of of U
the Island. oiilloa . b= free) act and deed to am- nil, alter modify or nBurvd.est *iuT IndlsaMlcm.
"Previous to this time the duty on to gather personal rentals for tb. uaa *therein mentioned By-l wa.Thanamci. river .... ... .2 8 $105 fatigue rhonmallaro. =many weakaMdlcondition ).
J oence under the following divisions: of tbe om.r who..looondurtlha All of u.o., .*itofriver. -AT- *of by lmporrUdwd -
t.. Florida cattle wa IZ per head. Athl ." WltnM my band sod official. .1&l Ih bualnena of corporation thu ......... ....... 30 btood."U. r. '
of December > DDt
1. All books and whatever day l lIlt GIOO YM
pamphlets .n&
calve 21 .
time the duty on cows and FKROU8ON. elected al the nrt lollou ball b qu..II""l4 .
i* nothing. The duty on beef oattl relating to Florida, its. people [.. ] Clerk Circuit are... follow: ... :. .... .. .. .16,34119 1 RATES
.11 con (a*.M* that abeia-'111 Ii
weighing less than OO pound I I. IS or any part of Its history. To search' B,I. A. Jemneon. D. o. OFFICERS: .A will ba required. la bo aaad .1

head, and over 600 pound, 46 IInd Spanish French and English 01' I* rinse that the*C. PABaoHi. Prealdcnt. .rr with In* Maalcr, In rash or bv r Brery bottle of Dr. Bar-
per other foreign archives. To purchaseold 1"1.. hereby. 11WS, lbs on td."I. JOHN m, Ln. Vlo-Freldent and Traunrer.BTAHLBV I. "lno rherli before blddlnf.of '. -THAN VIA .'. Iron Tool bee our
$8 head."The 01." 1. 0"0101 -
'' per manuscript. 1 b* the Oovernor II. BULUICK;B"1. .., .up. th-*laoda- Inolurttd.-In-any Toeoenf,"trailemarliI us
Island at. this Urn 1 ill very for \ .
r'W apta
stocked with. beef cattle, im "2. To preserve public document of of 'I'Dp DIIEaB: H. B. BUCKMANV U ** .D D", >
largely for Idlers . .
,. portauon being very largely from and State. paper of our public men p.nMtt' : JOHB tl. LBB, \ Special Maitor.on OTHER LINE. r Msd# .sl h

..... ?L..M.&loo.1.olomb1&&nd Venaiuela; and To file speeches made_Jn Congress by W.. H LaHTBY.. HTAMLSV 11. ULLOCk.VI. *. MEDICiNE I I

.. the Potreros. are full of cattle In and our delegation. To compile biographical ROBERT CA BURIRR Notice of Application For Tax -Passengers leave Jacksonville Thursday a* follow DYOI OHM
sketches. of men who have lla- every : WIld raeiil BMMM.owe I .
around the. vicinity of Havana apd KICHARD C. $ hlheat amount of Ind.btsdneea.or .
... become or are beoomlng a part of our '. to which the .aU .oorporatloB can st Deed Under Section 8 of 15. M M> Sanoum.
the principal ports of the Island. blr \ la the 'Sca Islands" . . . .
I *ub) ct ahall b* Flfta T.. 6 ' 10 :10.. m. (Met.Limited I ZTXITWaTXU.a
history. II. ,
I "I do not anticipate a demand for Cattle111 Plorldo.J. Hollars.. Chapter 4888, Laws .

.. Florida beef next year but belle. 3. All kind of manuscript and .W. White la Southern Farm of VI. of Florida.rtOTICKlBUKRtnraiVEXTIItT. Via Plant System . . . . . . : m. ._ ---- -V.I
there will be some little demand forO' document.. Old private. letter and Baltimore for January. Th* name* and plan* of ,*. ..'-. of theabenrlbln 3 '5 P- .

and calve Florida cattle. are correspondence upon public m.t.t.el'l.- There are reasons why Florida I Incorporaton aad Ih. amount of *. H.But Via Seaboard Air Line .'. . . . .
< letter book diaries journal lock aubecrlbod for by web .a* '010.*: .,Drh.o' T.CertUnal Ho.lay, doled j-.40: p. m. (Fast MaiL)
hid too high. la the Cuban market, *, scrap- should and we believe will' become ',, day A, D. 1M>I. and Tax CarIIBnale -
aDd they must oome down fa prioe 1 1any U books. To Induce our old citizen to *one of the greatest. stock-raising .. "ol.n.'(70)). .. No.4V. furnish reminiscence and John U. **, Florida, ,- A. l I' IBM, andTea: Ho. abad'teom.hlp immediately on arrival Brunswick. .-3I'
business la done with that market.: personarecollection State In thl country.. Climatic condition ((74))* .. I 101. . lhMh day of*ul/, (" ba IaiI ,..ateartlflealri a I II

There will soon be cattle enough of Incidents' .of th..early prompting the wonderful fur ., II. Bullock. Kl.|.....Florida,one In ml oAlr*, :odl' ::aa-pllre Baggage Checked Destination.
raised In the Island of .Cuba to supply da.' growth of plant life necessarily suggest (I) she . 'l fo T.. lewd lo lean. wIth Through to
'_ .. All Florida legislative docu.moot. Twtalo! ( ) shar**. l Said rtlflola embtao. tb
In fact bUDdn u"luU
the demand and. ,, they that the grasses are In abundanceand 'DLwl.
d..eeribad For
eould be shipped to the United 8t.a1ea.' ... All writing of Florida-anthors contain the nutritive qualities so IrATE OF FlorIda, to'wII property: sItuated CD.. illustrated matter diagram, reservation, ticket, etc., apply to

the making money on them. ,. Florida educational and religious essential. There a number of Indigenous Oacaokt JLR'1 I ..NWI"' "w aMrtlou n 11534 0' 8WU
s grower literature, church a and Pk>< of > 1 A. W. PYE. Agt., 210w. B .t.
-.. I think opportunity to Invest In history perennial-grass found In Before me . aaI.nlln offioor, duly anUiorlad To-nialp M SoulS, 81i'I...ll JACKSONVILLE. FLA
'- Cact.l.OD the Island of Cuba 'orlrJ'Ow. journal of convention, 000f..D08I1 the State. which a not only bouo by law ; **.* ofdeed. .Tb*said land beloa... .t the tim. of,
t- Lug and shipping them to the United and associations, and catalogue ful bay when desired for .. peraonally appeared William C.Parsons, the iHuaiie nf incheeniarale* la Ib. Bam..f
announcement' of educational. pruMI John U. Le* and Stanley H. Bultock, lo wi* Unknown.Unleaaaald **niaete*shall b*
State. would be a paying Investment this bear treading admirably well know to b* the Indlvklnale dnorlbwl In, I lo lax deed (
to anyone who should engage in the tions."S.. Ol'j forming close,. heavy sod, and who uberlbd their namea to. and wb 4.I". lw.ol rbi..*.wt, A.. "
Old Florida xeented the I Instrument, and ; 1U., D"KISSIMMEE RIVER ROUTE.
business., .If I . : to I in- newspaper and Oa.tUutlog constant ye.rrouOGp..ture nreaolns' 90$ .
om ern new/snanflr of aruvtlal . acknowledged the xouuou th : ,
.r'r. lntnr aol
"" ,. ye.ijwould. put. in uu.ousz-. special edition; old and' of live took. the pnrpnM1 therein eipre aed.KWITHR8 WIIUS t 0..1 Of A.
J _.. ; rare .upm.p WHEREOF. I J..( : L. ..0"U.
b. D.1 -
.Boplng this. Uformatlon will be of. of counties, town and. aiy hand end JNO. U. LiR.
.IioO... and others I am [.SAL) I at Klaalmme. Florid, thIs Clerk Circuit C.r Oafeol Couaty,,
p', rvloe to you .. eleventh IMeemb, O. or SteamerLillie ("Steamer Roseada
8. To of day
of ,, ', t. "JAMBS )40gAy: '. ptl' .le pioneer 1902. .o A I I li. had emanate. t_ yea
; and
of article THE
,. plo of OLD
"Mobile Ala" lfe RELIABLE P. a. VANS *0 151W. Stect sad .
Notice Captaia BS&ck.DraogIlt P.uliay M.d.das..dsm.plsac.dtsalytkct
'" Annual Clay Jahason, Sr.
:t" dress. Implel' labor Impl. Motar* Pbll l la and for la* (tat* of Florid* Meeting. ,Captald Clay Johsaoa, Jr.
: .... '> .Frees these letters which directlyoonfllct ment and at Tb annual I 1_
J. t ch. ... _, .55 Ibe aloekbnlder*of -
; r with ODe another no complete nishings. of eminent T Company .-Florida will *e lls'el Ihatfav heX I

satisfaction can be drawn, .tb* writer rioridlana,HI.lOl'loalrlo. ,.. relic, Go'xl Advice.Tb lld.II Hol .10'b Regular weekly trip to Baismger and return. Roscnda lea"e peed I hawtUy '
a* : men entitled to geological survey and specimens. most miserable beings In 0f'J.nnaey 1 1 a, the ; lib KUsimmee Tunsday morning, aDd arrive KI..imme Friday eveninff. e..dIttesI.wawe.ftock 1 .. .

d4 'belDc'ooa.14are4 for which their reputatlons "7. PIn'1 or photograph 'ol world are those. suffering front D& sad for.amok. .._. be955th. Special Charter Ttipi to Lake Okehobe and Fort Myer o the S; B aasla .La.rj.Mav.
,their opinion, ill ana In Flor-"
women = L.ilhe.
.. promat. pepsin and Liver Morethan ,D Comfortable Rate reasonable, .Sick stock cpoultry should
demand reaptct.) Ida phOlp of hillaI eenk of tbo C. W. wARD. The most p..ngT. aat cheap stock food anymore a

jIt may,ba safe to ..i utasthe_ real 10.11. pie In.YO'-flY1 p ,seeee4a,?? Pictur.que Waterway in lick persons should expect t
.11 .
danger to the sMile Induitry otJ'lor1l.14alleala' 8pla.11 of the Spanish, Eng. with theM. two _disease Pa.aDg..aed'Freight Rates apply to by'o Whesi tour stock .

raisIng oC.aornb tock.t blab occupancy, mound .ffeot*; inch aa Sour Stomach,' Sick sT Job Printing ,don* In city style CLAY JOHNSON, SR., Proprietor. c a sick give them '

0 f." wilder and ,prl.lOrl .,Id.\ Headache, Habitual Costiveness Pal- a*.this office toaaonabla price. On board Fla.' .. Dun't them with. m

I .. t ,scrub .:Animal U tberepreseniaUv Indian wan, history Of pll& ton' of the Hciart, UeartJburnWaterbrash _ _ I "LUI.&KiNlmmee. 1 less stock loodsj, Unload t b

XI.. .r" Florida beef and as pu. progress and G..lopmt Go.w and Burning -- .. and stir up t torpid .
of of war P.III..t.he Yellow will I cured if it posri-
lonj a* tbe present owner large.berdeeonthrae p SlOmfb., ai" b
: of public men, etc.. etc. .
Skin Dis -
to sail along with,the Co.1 Formula -' t e t.1
..ab. the Coming tells the story : and Pot Medicine '4 .
MouU t
fair wind ,whloh has propelled .? the .
4 .am*, Orlando after Spirits, np torpid
that "the
tbesB' for yar pert, 'Jart" a* *rly sap ito. -Go so your Druffflat and gsa a ; It cure eTlIrymsl.dyoC.tock if

will they reach the breaker and thefshallow.water Bt ;HIver U the ratemakingpower bottle of August 110.for IS or 78 Chill Cure t In time. /S 2S> rateaa '

: of tba near future, ua-. of the peninsula, and should its.. cent Two. do. ralteve- 760.t Grove's.ClrO'lic sad Poultry '

L character be affected by* POWDERTHDtSrSNOSUBSTJTm 7''1 : MediCLnRdltWUlptyftwtealftea, II.
1M. they. oban.r*Ihelr course.II . .a.tlabJ I II 4 _'- 1Oa.n.U.U *. Cows
u'tlllU'blh ao" 'be; & benefited by the canal W..1
Whether ibe C1J _& .Ab.oVW I J Simpl* Cold >: POPLAR BARK galafish.. ,'I
) :"ou ald the real. *.i..i:number.oomparedo : Aadbeesieyma.I5so7reethp
la naeeion.
aioo4ros: Caase to. 'be'.lmpJtt.' proonced. .Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid PRICKLY ASH BARK nroblnn of making.moot blood,
tjattlems _who is a ,
-' 'Tbe'noridr, I. Tb ii K Sesbandelsu-gy tt
Is Extract eat ,
( have been \ put DOG WOOD BARK I.1
Jmlng at tbe future' Cuban cattle marIrtt aw. pled by a ax- hem asld.Tit( ,the rrTjbegliinli(; ' Ja SARSAPARJLLANo the smallest 1' ew ".
k ,
tent ... 11 .
i. la bu ahoottof.meadow larka. 1. True I S the carrying power River 4i / Ballard Borehonnd SyrUp ap k flueChills thtbther .C : .' } ny a aa front your-f :
oold and I
K1 remove- of e" 'Yi
.4 ', With:our' IIdUI".f> olbnale, Rout) b aoo. 'All kind*of JOB.. WORK"promptly too, and II t .1 .t. \ & Pay.DoiVt c, _5- .J' I
."1., .' iaI.ilhT fI1MD. bartnfu3 ,..., 01' P? \"a. .ipdsat1ydoIi1Ih1io , 1 5 &ol.far- I'C'T 'N\!, : -, I .. .' .

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1 Ii< To My Friends and Customers : S :

CALL OX. -:- '. ....

.-- iHw the Shoe and Ladies' and Gents'' Furnishing" << Josceola : j ,-
J 1"0"_- ".UIl U'l<< . .I have just purchased !"!
i business from Mr. .J.' N.,C.I oun, where I will be pleased to serve .Pha'cy

I propose to keep any and everything my fine. I bare just

you pluifcd an order for Shoes and other .goois'which 1 expect in shortly.If VV

_ .CIOiHINoL K[ !iDry[ 6Oods. I you are !II' need of any Shoes" of special kind or sizes not obtainable | MRS. U W. j| : V '

r ,he'te.: let me know and I I will gladly order them for you.. I will con.

2-irz: tlnue to handle I the News Dealer.,_and Stationery Line., You can V I

: .always find) the latest Papers and M .gaslno at my store. Trusting Toiet ArtlclcH V Patent Medicines "

ffl S 'you will favor me with 'a portion of your patronage ,1, remalu' ,
>> < ...Pure Drugs... \
; "" _"' _ilf1. "_ nespEitot\1l1y. O. :c V '

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., The KIsslmmeG Valleu OazeiK Miss Llllle 'lETarnsworth has return ct I .. Grow' Cassava.Klssimmee . OO
to Sanford.. City, Fla., Jan. 7, 1V01\ ) .
TIILK..HONK NO. W. J. S. Carr w..11I town on MOD Valley (;$"CUt-GenUem.n: LYCEUm[ I TPTREKISSIMIYIEE$E I C. A. '
-_ dsjf from Narcoossee. Please print the enclosed letter from E..D.'VATER CARON,
-' the Planters Manufacturing Company;
You Need Anything e- President.
.. annex to the Florida Capl concerning cultivation of cassava SecretaryWafers
BY tot has been.finished., It seems to me that if enough of our: V '

41 VANaAQNUWOHUMOH A MA..I.. $ . Miss Emma Moseley has 'Jeft for her people would take this up and make I a V ": S
to the of Hardware Tinware
sufficient .to Interest thee. ,
ot It way
In-Volusla county: : < people at Lake Mary, that it\)., wouli Direction of The Florida, Graniteware, Earthenware; Glassware. -'
DIPiaOTQRY, Mr. E. L..Hurnham of Narooona be a p.ln.blnll for this county. 11 Lyceum Circuit, Crockery ware Stoves etc. & Car onGrocery Go./ '
ItsriioBiST Cuomck, :::Prmahln* each Ait'". was in town yesterday.on business. thoe.-inter..ted -it-would' S ; :
... .. ... .
II a. and 7 lock. Pro, r martini I the Planters Manufacturing Company .
T.r7 *"1"1*'' vSnInq' M" u ..- Babb.ll b Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. B. ITol O'X .A. x.. .
I. : ... 'Sunday laornint: TP. land-on Sunday, January 4. 11X13, ,i& at Lake Mary, Fla., 'It might be U: a, C --CALL ON- ir =:WHOLMAlJt AMD,BCTAU DIALERS M_ ,
I. .... . L:, P........ .. enough could Induced' to take it.up| I.

Proaahlni......,..'r CHUBOM? "a.d.-O.., 11 J.a. w Frl.r.. a.4 Faitor T p. m.' boy.M'I.. Rmma j'artln. ,.i.tteraponding| .to-"-make-----. :it----- ..tIDar.. .... . S COUNT AGENTS fOR :GROCERIES.
Yours truly
Batumi.Iinn..P.oIs.... .. ..S.. ..Frarr..Ua. tMilni S.JO p. .m.'.ry$Than und.:,. Clirlstmas with her,1. C. A,' CARSOH., '< .5. :OPEJIIWIIURIIOflOL.S tw: B. MAKINSON) COMPANY;' ... y', J /'

.ap .. VUltan alwara!'!....118.OilY. Friday. ? V
,1.011.'S 1 KFOooriL C."IIO.-A"'bd..oa' Lt.-Col. Lake Mary? Fit., Jan. o": 1903.-Th. S '..', "...., Calabratai trnzaij : o' .
: W. Cadman of Naroofeiaee S
: -
'loe Sunila !
Metor.-L..y eer ,
: 1:1. Waters A Carson Grocery Company,, : t ,
laralai at II. KtiB hr thu Kootor tblnl and fourth" the Klssltnmee City, Fla.vGentlemen; FRIDAY r V
.S'tasneyrsusian. month. day. S You wrote us on Dec. 23d relative to : CIRCtILATLIANDPRICES f 'Grain Crates lflii

.. ., IO.o.-DI.o. wonhlp C. W. Ward left for Washington cassava seed. We now write you to -. --- "
II. Bunda eanllavnlh. - I AilUe
.ud hint Buaday In rcwiisH
4 Try. Moraine?aarvlee. M 11 m. a. Itno. last Friday, and bin .return is sooi a.k if some arrangement could be EVENING b---I: ; P. B.;Martin.'L. L.: a, PROFESSIONAL C DRS. ,p. A4'PUCATIOS. ;a" ,
In aarvtoa$ atliOSv. Bandar "Rohnnl < ,
m. ci expected. made _
whereby your acreage, as suggested I
S.4A a. M. O. K...rVIe* M S:U p. .. Frajroitine contracted for Waverly 'Texas., writes: ''Of.I ,_ ___ 'Sn.sawn tttWJSJSflp
... Thursday ovenlns ,al'7 00 p. .. fcrrbndy >. Captain R. Csrruthers\ has been In could be to us when I often and, HIDES FURS
'" la aioat. cordial IBvltMl la atona triwn. town ibis weeek his son'Tod of the <<'00.... If you bad. expected to JAN. 9t: morning troublesome llrat"rlllIDIf. A. VANS, AGNEW WOOL
......... r. O< HAILBT raator. seeing S.Orsnircshlpinents raise cassava for cattle. feeding we a collection of phlegm! A. ,
- : to Co1Je *. ,
ALEX UAVIDSOX,SnpUof I. a. could turn back to you our cansavs which produces a cough, and 1s very I ATTORNBY AT LAW........ I
_, are about 60 bard to dislodge! ; but a small quantltv 1- ,
over feed, guaranteed to analyze percent P. M.
1903. AT I Produce
Ballard's Horebound i AND NOTARY PUBLIC Country a Specialty.1 .
S .- t now. Only 2,000 more boxes, will beleaving starch? the .balance being very -of Syrup: .
; .. .
Otflc.lW..jhr ReportAVBSACa It. and the _
; thisflowarii place. valuable feeding elements. will af- once dislodge KIbSIMMEE. FLAD' -- '
....... ._ V
? WBITuntmav '*iiniS could be trouble Is over.' I know of no medl.

........ Ian s. Itm.J. . Katx, Henry Bass, Beau-. Its and sufficient contracted acreage to u., we will pay pll'In GEN. JNO. ..B.'Q9RDON'. cine that Is equal to itj; and it Is sc J., w. SIMPSON I..tss czSj5c1is..s.' . .A
champ StelTeo,' Irving Slmpsoni an '
;: M for-the roots f. o. b. pleaaant take. loan most cordial' ; '
ton your
i per
aat H.O. E.S
II... III.. 1.11. back. again at College. city and would furnish you with seed, Ey recommend It to alt persons needIng . DEN 11ST.OGB 4 SHOES b ,.::. RrS-H'-O .
'Thr_ - A member of the staff' of tlioChi- taking our pay for the .name out of the, a medicine for throat or lung V Or. V

Pddcv............ .75 iii qago l dUer.ld. Mr. R. F.Claries, roots when harvested. Furthermore troubles.', Price 25c, Wo, $1 ,bou.le.. .M> over Ow ola Pharmnev.OmcB'Hovu .S -er-w"w ..V .'D -. I
.......a'.......... ,. M. LOI was-recently staying at Hpiel Klsslm if the acreage is assured, we would go at Oscoola Pharmacy. : : QKIO: a.. .in. to 13 m.;; V
4 ': .. 64- : me S. to the expense of erecting a wagon In his j justly I famous 1:30: to 6:30: p. in.SATISFACTION. ._ 'Ut. ._._ i j I. SV
Moalcy.5: ::: ::::. :::: Pfr;
1iie.da'........... .. ..... 17 ..:. Vf, H. Townsend has mo;.ed Into scales at your point., so that the roots Hmlth's Xerve ltf' GUARANTEED, \ .
0 W.d.in4c, . . the ..vac..ted.oen'I could weighed before being loaded r, I This medicine Is. guaranteed to :
: :: : : premises by .JJ Telephone No. 70 Jun\ 8, lyr. i' '
::: : : :
TIurud.v. Chaa. Psnn, and opened up his Jewelry We should commission some responsible cure all cases of I'' S '
person at act. as I caused by overwork. It Is a true "
--. .. BIMFBONt P. V. store there. your PL,J, Nicks c. W. cutlass'1'
I : weigher, and pay on Ills rtlflcate "First and 'Last 'Days Nerve Tonic and restores Nervoui ---
) mny talk u.... ,1I1'-1' >b." and lira like W. W. Wheeler of WhittIer. one ol We think that this. is .a very fair\ Vitality or Loss of Manhood. It will HICKS" HOLLOWAY. t' i
foola." -Old Preyerb.SS. the sturdy pillars of,-the Democratic and believe R
and desirable proposition we not'only[ relieve_nervous troubles Physicians and Surgeons
In Osooola county, has recently : well. of the Confederacy"DON'T
arty the land about you very and Weaknesses but will restore themto .
been among us, affording hi. friends for the If this manhood. Guaranteed Office over Oeoeola Pharmacy
adapted cassava crop. full and
Friday, Jsnuary ft, 1903.- much pleasure. ,' Idea can be ,carried out., we will be .and vigor sold Oseeola Pharmacy. 2 Calls answered day or nlgdt.QESIDENCB .

C.p'u* l, .with the Naoma III., glad to visit. you and arrange the de- MISS IT Hicks, No. 40. : Holloway PBONB8: : No. I j. (ISH.OES1 : -
.alls, and will contract for a. much as
arrived on Sunday night from B. lNiop.Lbetongjt Office Phone No..S. _
LOCAL NEWS. singer .nd, he Is expected. 'to return 300 acres If you can.obtain It. and work off'the Cold. V'

today or tomorrow.TommieJoulper!. Yours very truly BUSINESS LOCALS. A.THOMASOM E f.
PLA.NTaIUI'M.u. Co. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets curea n >PlaTte 1'
U. .ASTOW.P1015*.
a grandson of thslate cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay.
.General Gordon tonight. F. G. Perkins, President. .. =
-. chief, died en December 2Oth at Hot Rolls every day at City Bakery. Price 29 cents.The K'MlmaMM every six or eight WO.M.Cxe 'f' j

_ _ Frank Pierce of Basslnger, waD In the 014) ,.Jumper camp in the Ever -'''III Ndootloa la prices for those 1..5 1.
Service Vie. Atla..loCoaat at Mrs.Chandler's. S
Improved reduced prices
_ _ town yesterday. glades. LI.a..The Millinery. at 5 Best Prescription! for Malaria UIUDS, inc at _' .. '

.. C. O. Newlon went to Sanford during Jim Pherlgo>> went to Tampa on Chills andFever Is a. boltle Grove's ( :

the week. Tuesday night to take the U. S. civil Atlantic Coast Line has Inaugurated Fresh line of Candles Just. received Tasteless Chill Tonic. It I. simply V.-.5.',.THOMA9OK."..,.......a" Ssrs.a. ._- -.&aSc.ScMr..iI
service examination for the customs\ Pullman sleeping car lines l
There waa a frolic out at MoseBass' at City Bakery. Iron and quinine In a tasteless form. ALL CALL AMBWSBSO. u.
department. Between Jacksonville and Punta Gort No cure..No pay. Price 1(Oo. .
the other night.
RaBMoacFlwB* 33. Of flea-Pha*. 41JJR. '
da and Jacksonville and St. S"
Judge Oeo. U. Boloomb arrived on Mrs. Chandler has reduced! priceson : Igmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmntts
General Gordon should ho greeted offering comfortable travel between 11II1II1InllllI: : : ru. L1'V.I
ill Millinery Specialties. I
Sunday, and Mrs. Jlolcomb met him It0..Can't: sleep at Marbl. .
with a full house tonight. Jacksonville and the points referred '
Bo'b... .
tiers on Monday night. Smith' Nerve Restorer., It Is a
to. With the. oncoming of the A.-B. ST
Nice assortment of
Hotel Klaslmmee.
Mr. C. Philip. Improving staying at .VENS.
true nerve tonic. Will cure case
S Atlantic
winter's business the coastLine .
J. W. Thompson's.Guloe
Frames, at
-hou.. with a coat of paint.j'Mr. Dr. Ralley and E.. CJ. Vans Agnewwent finds It necessary to place! thisservice .,.: of Nervous Prostration; does not contain ....DENTIST....

.. 1xoUy-Bewes is visiting .Mrs. \to Narcoossee on Wednesday ou in effect at this time with a A nra;ton'. Is headquartersfor opium In any form. Sold by t t '

H. W. Greelbam Jn Orlando.Mrs. an apiary excursion, but \they re view of taking care of Its .patrons In Battle-Axe! Shoes. Oseeola Pharmacy. 2 Gas Administered. NORTH SIMMSIK. PHONB N. S '

S J. W. Steele, a sister of Mr: tumid with no honey. loa.nice...shape.Jacksonville St.'aleaper 8:0ft p. m., run Guava Juice, In cans to make Jelly. Best Liuiaifnt on Earth. omce Hours I I 18.3 S A. 11.10 U Swand' ] ' - --

W,, B. Maklnson. la here on a visit. Captain Monday Arch to attend C. Bass to the was business in Io..non ning via t'alalka, Ocala, Leesburgand WATERS A CARSON CBO. Co...' .. Henry D... Baldwin, Supt. Cltx; ORLANDO.1 10.1.)0. FLORIDA r.. M. C. Wr $ RIFFIN'c I

Mr..and Mrs. Abbert, of Lynchburg,' Incident rule and his Trilby arriving! St. Petersburg ] Picture Mould- w step Works, Sbullsburg WI.'.
to lot
day many :Just
V.., who spent 1..t..lD here, have him.J. a' 10 a. in. Northbound, this car .I'1'Ied-line writes" : "I have tried many kinds of _.
... returned. friends were pleased to meet eavea St. Petersburg at 6 p. m., arriving big and Mat Board.. liniment, but have never received J M. WIL.L.SON, JR., '
: J. W. THOicpsow.Firecrackers
S. Walker and Tom Alderman, Jacksonville: 0:30: a. m. Punta much benefit until I used Ballard'sSnow .

the E:.. L.river Leslie family. Ball went to.down nil of Basslnger, are In town. Mr.' fords sleeper leaves Jacksonville S Roman Candles. Torpedoes Liniment for rheumatism and ( NOTARY P UIC... l I fancy Family Groceries '

Walker brought up 1,000 coon skins 105: p. ra., running( via Sanford Paper Balloons, Ac. at to pains. I think It the best liniment on I STATE AT LAROE. S ,
orsogegrovp. and OS otter skins, which he sold here.Cant. lakeland and Baitow. arriving Punta .... earth.25o: CO and $1 bottle. a'0.. Real Estate Agent. -

Messrs. Buckets and Saunders havrtarted Roebuck left with his boat Gorda at 11 a. m. Northbound, oeola Pharmacy.! K1SS1MMKE. FLORIDA.J E hFEES V
down the dyer\ in their this loaves Punta Cords at. p. full *
; nap- last Tuesday. The wind was blowing car ICE, In any quantity, weight, TTT -
_I tba launch. --r- hard enough to have daunted anyone m., arriving Jacksonville at 1:30: a. i cent S a pound, for ale by You Know What-Yen Are Taking //W. HARWELL, : Jrd_ MEA'I'B., 3i ,
The of thi, servicewill Co.
Wires ars being placed) In the new but Capt. Reebuok, considering the m. 'be advantages The arrival time W. B. MAKINSON When you take Grove's TastelessChill .

t depot., and it will bo occupied this size of hU boat, but he went. at Punta readily Qorda seen.will ')be changed wtth- New stock of Men's lIsts-st Gulce :Tonic because the formula Is. JUSTICE of: ,Trim. PEACE A 55 i = Delivery every day, at any hour ; patronage solicited. S

week, probably. Capt. Arch C. Bass, County-Corn- In the next few days to an earlier & Bratton's. .. plainly printed on every bottle showing 1 NOTARY PUBLIC STATE AT LARGE ; l

L7 Capt. Sammerall. A. M. C,, U. B. mils loner elect from the fourth district hour. The traveler may leave Jacksonville that it la simply Iron and Quinine MARRIAGES A. SPECIALTY. UilUlUUllUlUlUllllUlilUlllUUlllUllllllUUUllUlUUllUUll 1 1 l
Jan. 10 t.JW'OQ.. greeting! bis at convenient hour In Florida In a tasteless form. No/Lure, No Pay.
In Monday a send
A., Philippines on. wa / very For Fine Syrup your Office on Stewart Avenue,
for Klsilmtnee., friend.. Capt. Arch has been appointed the eventnj:::, .. will be.ireo, axrlvlnt- Orders. La uifl ghL.r.C3lety.N1ro.:; ; : ; I 60o II KIS - .--- -_ __ ____ --V-- 1
IMMEE. . . FLA. <
Mr. J. Barbeau gave. a hammock", l\U.r\ we are at his destination after good night'srest. see, Fla. Five Gal tins 2.aO. alftLko. tret-Apply at Valley W r p" Jr.)*J'"ajJ _-a-. U"U" .' .-- ....t .
glad to'He.. Both of these cars are suppliedwith
and shaving to some friends on Gazette ofBce7: --- > _ .' Colonel W. H. Jewell of Orlando buffet service. It Is the' purposeOf Stanford. is offering' his entire stock J N. .: 3''C. I2*: J. W.

Tuesday Mrs. Leper and Mrs.. Dr. Bandy, of one of the newly elected :Representatives legal- effect the parlor Atlantic oar Coast service Line on to their place day In of Milliner Ladles Goods Trimmed at Cost Hats and other The only Ua..llteedJudae, car I RHEDMATISHCDRED ,, t ;I ; 7 'V
In.o..n\ Monday
was on on Is Smith's Sure Cure. Your Monumental Works
Alabama, are visiting the family of business. Col Jewell Is not only rains between. Jacksonville and St.! Kidney f- i.-,
snd Jacksonville\ and A Clever E.t.rt.I..t. druggist will refund If 'D'h
),Ir. J. A. Bandy."Mrs1 successful but of the lead Petersburg : your money "
, i 8.:>B. ,Bui lock- and beT children Inc, officers among the Confederate Tampa affording within a comfortable the next few'day-ltgut'days, Rouse Last Mrs.Friday Jeanette night Robinson at the Opera Mur. satisfied after taking with! one results.bottle you CO cents are not at I" AT :flST MANUPAOTUrtKRAOP ", ,',"(\, I'I'f

Nareoossee' of the State.
returned from ,, ,on Veterans .
Parlor Quoeola Pharmacy S
ride through the peninsula. ph, appeared in aid of8 Baptist : Granite Monuments 1.I
Friday, evening. Jack Hancock has added to his cars will also be placed' In service be- church, by- invitation. Those who. i .Marbte_ ,

8. J. Sullivan,.who rail the mail between menagerie. a fine 8-foot alligator ,ween Tampa and Punta Gorda on were fortunate enough to see her and A (Iced Thing Good News, tor'A.U Who '

Klaslmmee and Whiuler, has which is in possession of all its athetlo . lay trains. .. who viewed, her' efforts In.ho\ proper German Syrup I..b.. special prescription I. Suffer With Rheumatism I Headstones and Tablets.

given It up to Win.Rogers. powers unharmed and !occupies spirit, which was one -of Instruction of Dr.. A. Boscbee, a celebrated t .
a tank. all to Itself. Both this animal PorfortBlsg Animals Tow and amusement, instead" of ainu.emontalone I Free.
hasreceived : German Harrison Florida.
The Maynard Lumber Company Physician, and is acknowledged Street Tampa
and that lively and IDdlp.DtUn rattlesnake The Town of Klstlmraee was sue.p,1..4 were delighted by her clever' ,
j the order for the government. of his are' well worth' _lOg. on last Monday morning by imitations of speech and manner of discoveries to be one in of medicine.\the most fortunate It- I To all who suffer' with RheumatismI I ._

dredge on the 8outbpol'canal. On Sunday last Mr. Lee Bandy's he arrival of a show consisting of the negro race. Her efforts show a quickly cures Coughs-Colas and all 1 will gladly send free the wonderful Hlah Ore4 lieu "
General John B. Gordon In hla famous hor. while hitched to the buggy became various' performing animals.. It careful study of a subject In which she Lung troubles of the'severest nature, story .of how my mother was cured Pa.l. .1.1

lecture, "First and Last Days unmanageable and ran away turned out a success, the two perform. Is interested heart and soul andbrea.h. removing as it'does, !the cause of th."ectloq' after' years of suffering together with B.Ua*.BalldlBc. Marble pBralsti4., V jjgmmmmnimmmmmmninmmininnmininmmfe2 .'
of the Confederacy a'.b.. Opera' aneea given, being well attended.The . \ .. a true sincerity and If she and i the most elaborate treatise on Rheumatism .
and aunt
mother sister" the In
leaving a
Mr. ,
Hou. tonight. Bandy'a first act showed Captain La confined herself solely to the telling of ; part 1 ever published. "_1ec 1iJs.-*-_.A. ______. .____..
In .
and .
_ _ ilrs. Leeper of Birmingham, were strong \ condition. It is ,
Page with his trick bears and dogs. "Uncle Remus" stories she would b..I\.hr No ma.h.... ., your form of Rheumatism V V _
: in on the SUII'.rBel' the buggy. The ladies were thrown not an medicine, but has I V
; John Capes came .
These animals exhibited great Intelligence need nothing else to make lee the most is,. whether acute, chronic .
fins brulsestThe stood the
,S on Monday, carrying a very out and sustained some severs test of ,ean giving satisfaction V
and caused aome laughter from of entertainers. The time\ at muscular Inflammatory, deformant
bunch of grapefruit. with! twelve fruit. VALLEY UAZXTTK Job Office \the audience, especially at the. antics her charming disposal being! -so limited and I Increasing In every sale ease, which Its rapidly -- sciatic,,. neuralgia, gout lumbago ' .
season confirms.
in one cluster.A las been reinforced this week with a of the siuallest bear who has Just be- touching as she did, upon so many Two. million every bottles.. sold etc.-no matter bow many doctors
great deal of merchandise grain, lot of up-to-date. new material, consisting gun; his training,and who undoubtedly Interesting subjects, sue left us with .Bosohee's German 8rupwa.annually. have failed In your case-no matter. E J. W. THOMPSON. si

and lumber' went down on the Koses of type} ornaments, sticks .received more kicks'thau half-pence. most tantalising wishes to hear more. Introduced In the United States. in bow many so-called "sure cure" you
; >da to Fort' Klsslmmee. on Tuesday, etc. We have also recently received In the next act Madam LaToska exilblted All genuine attempts to perpetuate the IBflfl, and la now sold In townand have tried' -I want you to write tome UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 1or
for Judge Geo. Holoomb's renohe.Messrs. a loge shipment of paper. With a large' number of snakes, and characteristics of fhe old time village In the civilized\every world. and let me tell you how my' motherwas E V ,

and these Increased facilities for .doing finished her' performance by fearlessly "Mammy" and "Uncle" of the departing Three doses will relieve cured. -IBLL 11111 -
Cbarlea Donnegan good work, and a thoroughly expolenced handling a diamond rattlesnake. generation of darkeys are any ordinary I am neither a Doctor nor' a Professor E 6 V
week Price 26 and 76 ;
last cough. eente. NS.
'Walter MoLaughlln reptileIs captured -Job printer" ii" our employ, it ,In the third and final act, Madame worthy of the highest( encouragement.!! -simply a plain man of businessbut O.XES : OOP. = .
a 0-foot: alligatorThe'of\ Jack Zisnoock'stenka. I. no idle boast when we.b... we (}aaka) performed wonders with her I have a CURB: for Rheumatism, E Ladles and Gents' Burial Robes
now In on. are doing as good job work as can be troupe of trained lions. Going alone NOTICE.To and I wunt to tell everyone who suffers E .VI
S done In the State. We Invite oomparson. into the cage she made these fierce an1m IF YOU SEND YOUR CHILD with Rheumatism about.It. I wishto 'I/ NICK LINE FDRNITURB AND -
The windmill outfits arrived on als, obey her'. like dogs. Among Taxpayers of Oseeola County! be clearly understood, and trust E STANDARD SEWING MACHINES. =
Monday for S. H. Bullock. H. C. other things she fed them with raw I will be at the voting places of !the to tu with a prescription, you can that all who are suffering' with this E oa J BY MAIL Om TKLIORAPR '
S Stanford, J. M. Willson Jr., and C. Although everyone has probably meat out of her' hand and caused them Precincts of the County on dates given terrible disease, however apparently GiVEN rBOMrT ATTkMTlOM. . V =
be amtsa to rest assured it will receive the DOES .aPAla."o AND
wt'lI erected be.rd. It may not below for the of same E PACUl
be assessing
Carson, and !they of fire. purpose the ,
A. an4 to jump through a hoop beyond reach of cure, will write tome rOEMITCKB.OKOEQB . . =
by C. O. Newlon. .. rapidly' as pos hat the Florida Tlmes'-Unlon Though[ the big lion Rex, became Taxes for 1003: careful attention that it would if this day and I will send you byreturn E
Citizen have reduced !their' subscriptUon Klsslmmee (No. 1)) Jan. 20 and 27. LOUT w. CL RX CO'8
) sible. rather stubborn and dangerous: ..h.eo..ed mall this. work of mine. I ra'T. IIOIlUlalT.. BUxn111111111111111i =
follows Daily and Sun came yourself. We do not believe appeal lEON
rates aa : Shingle (No. 2)) Jan. Z8.C.mpbeh yon
till the big
him with the
For a neat and attractive. Wall Call day, one month postage paid, 60 eta.; a pistol (No.3)), Jan. 20.BassvtlleNo. I especially to "chronically
beast looked thoroughly ashamed of In 10l>>tltutloa.' We believe mil who are wearied and discouragedwith
,be'Atlantic CoastLine 6
!: endar issued by I I months, postage paid tl.CO; ( 4)), Feb. 2. l11111111i1111111
\% ( send six cents in postage to either months\ postage paid M; 1 year, himself.The appreciation'. audience Lakevlew', (No. Ol), Feb. 4.Basslnger in only the best, purest and moat have been"doctoring"east ..Id..a.nd0"Incurable.those who" .

!' W.J. Craig, General N. O., or Passenger W. H. postage.paid. W. Illustrated. SIIDd.yeditlOD bowed that. this was one of the best (No. 7)), Feb. 6.Naacoossee reliable drag that It U possible to All you have thought about Rheumatism
Wilmington ..60 semi-weekly
Agent, $ a year; No. .
( 8)-Feb.1) .
'}#:' Leah rlInItlIL' Division. Passenger, Agent, 8. edition, I months, fiOc; semi-weekly troupes curiosity ever of the.seen show In,this however town., is The the Crabgrass, (Nod 6)), Feb. IS.Taxpayers bay. Our stock Is In keeping with our experience.may be wrong.Surely Let, if me you-tell have you t : tMAYNARD
'. Oa.
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edition ,
'eo ,
year lion are earnestly requestedto belief.
baby hybrid a cross between a our Rheumatism or have a suffering,
This la pl'Ob6blrba only chance) The Sanford Chronicle says the Atlantic and a tiger.' There is only\ one other. meet me. and make their' Tax re friend it .11\\ you to ini atlgate LUMBER Co.

-I moat ol .. will ever have to bear General - Coast Line management., beside known in the world. S turns. Very respectfully, my o'ilaraolwal. and prove for yourself .
Gordon lecture.. His subject, reducing passenger rates to three L. P. HUORCY, POROUS these claims I make.
t 'The First and Las Days of the Con- cents and taking of the grub car next Obituary. Tax Assessor!! of Oseeola) County. REX PLASTERS Send me your' address t.od'1-a

.Is one In which' everyoneshould month will it ia stated on Miss Mattle Fennell daughter of postal card will do-and I will mail Mills
.uLbOrI&Y\ Seesluol. Society Meeting. Saw and
: i' .. feel a keen ,Interest. Let Idasinunee make a general raise In & \ Mr. and Mrs. E.: H. }'eoneIlL died at King., Qf AH Piasters you this wonderful story. If you | Planing
) .c((1 greet him :with a full house.S employes of ten per cent. This will be her home near Klsslinmee, Deo. 25 Bishop Gray president of Friendsof have any friends suffering with Rheumatism .

....... to leave welcome news" for the boys who workday 802, of pneumonia fever and wentto $ the Florida Semlnoles,. has called I no matter. where located )
Jaeknooneyexpeets-4000' ,
:the Bassinger country and go to New and night for the company. We be with her Lord at Christmas !the annual meeting to be held Janl: will give immediate relief. They send me their' address and I will mailthem Now In operation. Complete House Bills Furnished.
> ... 141. ralae only 10, 1903.\ Mf.sid4rees Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber) and Lumber of all Kinds.- -
understand '
5 ap-
earth a la VICTOR
Mexico to take up hla "permanent tlmi; when there was peace on J. M. WILLSOM Jft. are carefully medicated in a'man copy.
He is one of the. pioneers of plies to employee who are now reoelv- and good will to men. Miss Mattie ; ncr' which permit the of the RAIN BOLT, BloomQeld, Ind. 60-ly OTIS O .: -
this. country, coming to TltusvUJe In log under 1100 per month. i>nnell was born ia Union county. Meeting.. skin pores p.T : V
Immediately absorb the
IBM and t.obl.. locality soon after, We have heard through a reliable Arkansas, Dec. 13, 1872, and was Co.
and we are sorry to learn e* his d. source of information grapefruitcan united with \the West Apopka Baptist Monday night, January 12U, there proper medication. For cough MAYNARD LUMBER

:,r.-. elsion. be burled in the ground for a considerable -: church In July. 1807, and was bap- will be a regular Communication of tad colds; for aches and pains. Georgia t 2onbieni) &Fior1a"CUWINEE . . .
Blossom No. W). All
Lodge) :
S 1 time and retain aU their fine SIzed\ by :Rev. T. J. Bell. She lived a .
Judge W.'A. Carter, Of Tampa was and would like to consecrated Christian life, welcomingdeath members urll'eci0 be present. J. I:. LBAKE, Druggist.64WGJ "'QQ'" "T
unhurt we
here on legal business 1 on Saturday. qualities know If any of our readers can ool'l'Ob1orate ...a sweet release, and bad the J. M..WILL8ON/a., 8eoy. ,
H. said that ". M. Sparkman was this actual eyewitness, because blessed assurance' that all was well RIVIN ROUTKKrrKcr ,- I

'S now in Tampa and in the best of it this. by canbc. done, why not with ber soul. TO CCBK A'COUD' in SlUt DAY acHEDtJl.n JIf : JAUOABT 4, ism.
health and he also corrected an error fruit when in danger of She leaves a father, mother, sister, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
k which has been current (or some time. Kick your for brother and a host of friends to. 181.&. All druggist refund the money Dlsle ",....' Quiet. .....
; it and wait a good
r .The statement that Tampa Bay'' Hotel market" bury Experiments might be well mourn their loss, but their loss ia ber If It falls to cure .E..'W. Grove's. signature This. &....<... to an evotj to* st the sjcaalat LvPalalta.......'..... ee.psosa. CITY BAKERY
S bad been sold to the Scott SyndicateS on each box. 880. Lv Jackaoavule .,.., SPVpm" T4&SB1ArVaMoaUk.
scale.. eternal gain. _ Laxative Brom worth a small .
S. merely had trying on .... .., II U BI llOSaBt .
S eaUrel1.oaeoua'which: they failed Mtake ; The ..remains... wnterred .t Rose ftOTICBIAll as ,. .s, itat. a ... .. _Aa7 ArTIHoa. ........*.,.,. It M!. liMpm
.a option on It they O. Sherman, who is staying at Hill, ___)',where loving friends Ar .. ltlpin
up, and the-property ,has been Hotel Klaahnmee toe-Cartoonist of gathered pay their last respects to parties Indebted to me will Arll SviiF"S! II.. P '

j leased V the Plant Investment Company the Denver Post and a well known he dead., The family have our heartfelt please call at my old place .of business Atlanta.' ........... 3Mau S ,&A. e 4a.k .
J to some otherwsllklIOwU e. ....._ hotel western Journalist. All of 118,who sympathy in .this. sad hour of and seUle. You can get youraccount .. o. ,a 5?. u, fsp
-. read the thrilling account of' the balloon : heir bereavement.. ..* ._ from Mr. Dunn In ease I am .. AiCk.ttanomgs.' ..... Ie.p. seam .I "
ascension made by Baldwin for nortbere. ',r J. M.. CAJLHOOK. AllIsshvtli, .. ; ;,.. 565.. 54Oa. Fancy ,
It used to be thoul Jfcal.onlyoows "Come ye disconsolate where ere ye I....CB""V.i'li" .
cattle the Denver Poet not so very' long ago 'And Heal 1 Batata. ., 4.1....._..... $5ain Tlfpm, Cream P"
-or young the north and; endure will be Interested to know, that Mr. S S languish) seat ferventlykneel , .,:; ftMICE. ArCkloaa. ......... U Main _
down here from Come to the mercy -V L.a.La.I.uaem .
S the tick fever or prOOSSU of acclimation Sherman was qne, of' the two devoted ; . . 'As my tUna !la generally enga.ged'for Phoenix of London. *..i. SMsiaAfClMiKKaU llMp. Cheese i.h. 'f
with Impunity.' This .. now enthusiasts. who accompanied Mr.. Bare bring your wounded neart here S or 4 day la advance' partiee living German American. IWaai ssepn HcQHtiBrcQcl I'I I
which began Z4 1-Pound A Perfect of
S Cows aDdIoaI1a Baldwin. DurlD8'be trip In the country wishing dental work V V..:
S know to, be rroneons. 6 and .lasted till dayUght tell your anguish; Home of New York. A.Cb\eaeO.--\ ; Cilia ---- .
at m.,
." of any age, aDd with! .ordinary p. Earth has no sorrow that heaven will do well to make, appolntmenU a Insurance Co. ; ,
S. the next morning.! They encountered of North America. &1 & Sinin J.os flt. is 11_, Catta -
-. "I decent cave 650 be imported at any "., eannotheal. week beforehand Phoenix of PaiatkaaalalaavMM' _s*vetasess :.
which drove Brooklyn*
I. time bat preferably' In the winter .... terrific storm S ; : tI;, -A J'JusKn. .' 1. W.,t8xMPso1t.Dentist.SailboatsiO.. Iratse5en usith hem wl a 1 .,'.
I around Pike's Peak, Royal Exchange.OrfeniT TH. CITY "
? > in the mountains Mate
inoculating them- 'with flror toslalavMarmaalalBsIa I 11."V. .
ri_*&lu... '1IOD. bl almplr and Into' desperate straits. Before depsi suits I 1os a. av ,.. "
__ blood dr..wn'tolD the aecIi: of ell. ccit miles from Hotel Kf.eIeeea: S' 81.-Pan! Fire and Marine.. ." .$tlif Vm IfamJaeBBse, ", 1
safely, S .
alighted ,
... ...:' V' ,\ el1lllat.ecl. animal. ., and it Is. )Wth' a they where, they bad ascended over' 28.000 I "Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sherman,, Un- 'ie ClUaen of Missouri. Y.' ::.L.via abase Wiyei peels ul. else railincu's .. '1
4 a J
dani of effort to fwI pnemssy- feet in direct height, going higher\ than coin I1L;:'O. 8.1 Sherman, Denver, 000rLa Home. ,. an seem kale e Chiospiwittest
S .SrJarsey cow which has thirty genf before and suffering Cot-!,Wm. R. Steokert, Gainesville' Nerk .5.i.. VS PBESH
had ever gone) ? T
be.t man
V "..."- of IDllk-maklDlf ADClMVI on .ad Intense cold and privations.' Ur. 31s4| .E. J. Oopaley,, Jacksonville; 1 -': Life.WILLSON. Foe-'i--. ssh.d.lis address sestkbsu.d. '...siSsy. . NC t CANIf' '
.t : ,U.i f ;.Ja )d ilse. o She beirllI8" coos the ascS. Sherman's health was much disturbed 4r.' ,and Mrs. Harunan.Ellwood City.. ; b'v7Th'5i1OUR; DAY S -.3'a.. u. ,.av- ete.Uz: .'

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.' .;. -v.-.I ., 8ueI, ;; ._1 p.. the folO..vine. will cause more or,-V' lei* "broiling' ,i . Plain white : > T 6it T do I ly ,*what question 1 must; 1 knew do. "1 what could 4 not ought keep to '

', reach. as'I ,. ad cultivation at this late pro of The notion that \ -\ ,, him We w. I leaving; Ormond next srm n 0II i f IB mmABB !

2. h'l 6 tnbe . ... oIp.toa-- ,[' wlh.wil interfere with absurd.vehicle for If there i at Ormoud., In" Florida; o a day,. I could Oa carry this .active, .

rcstleis warbler .
r.r eent.Faty opnleDt \, day inFebruary? I was at I ( O my-
,,. matter .. . ThoM who. Have- given 'the' abje chewing' gum; it r -early when a travels caged and unhappy it'was ", ,
. calisthenics which -he'
.1..2.J .. .alternOn i a littM.) hard to le. go. I fed hinl '
. . close
Jili. tim
f .
f' nlut ,4 hcidenlally, the in and something
[ on
.rene. .
t t till he Would eat I smoothedthe
\ .,.. .. ..' h 1.61 limcutty in potatoetluring It also 1.
,i. 8aee\lro. .. the 'winter, In good condition course. before me.. It was- some bile feat looked into the soft, .
4.80 ter. CROP.
:tdened. . . . pausing T IED AND 'TES7ED
matter ... ..10.06 The grower who keep ida crop in ( and fluffy and .' dark eyes. said a few'Iooimali Tff ,
a nervous
.: Albu1! ou.luba c. ... 6,788tr. good condition through Decembr. usually chewing s sort of and been seemingly 'a dtid from one.the a-by"ordl Ji.* could not under'thesun.hne Msnbfattur.4 ) ault-til, .! ti'
. .. . . .. realize at much vitality. just picked' p .. him Out into .poaUy.t IJ" ali""Ieo'

__ ., ,; .. 1. '.. .'. O he would have foFTwo-lUd fit told Ihef would the?,piazza under a wiridow, among the trees; flowers. and "
? r-w "w"W >Uulo h. ligneous .:matter end .1 (hem. two nywthi earlier gum with -their) hands ( the arl of .which. it had evi. buuefie., and tossed' him lightly into GROVE., GARDEN &: FIELDIf
.. .. . 40.T1 be ery. futteredthere
10 . . Store potatoes should kept at _a pn their feet. '
not more than 6 nor lessthan output for their ,, a Blue Yell w-Jiscked' or Par- an instant, .then darted you are raising 'romaUMa.'Bggp4 acts, Oss7. 8twb.L

r/t .wJXISLjiV 10.0 60 degrees and should'.never become The prsctice Is an exquisite little creature, me and settled-on my shouldev. Again tabbr we can supply you a fortutas lad. esi> < f, '
I, Tlia anile consist of .uJpbat pbo. colder than the air that surroundstimeipt though especially l I ] one of this and again this was repeated He would tMted. Our 8lmoaf Un bG 1 .'tto. % trail prodeelai.

phatiM, and carboad. since this cause moisture' to de time least care wished to examine cloaly, not leave me. I taw that I must teat record of any tertuiser cold In |b. stateVe bad 22' e praoUesU xpe*

l kaUw Moauey' I Bclglaa Hares. The weight of tie ia 2.49 posit the av condition moat 'A the pitiful little body, with him at one.aometimes treats 1 hinging J.uc-e and ilava spvut more Um and no nt>y In erpe:' xv & t(h** a**S..
? IoLl"tl 1f'Q"I"fn'lFteen cent., and "1 the p.ah per _pr 0" to pt.le. peraace.a large curled-lip elaws"nd half-shut; child: I must steal away stealthily so iuaJiuCacluren-1u the ett. BeaJdaa .special brawls foe .e

'. moiuhs of (trial in the most U These, U ro walow., in under a gloss rmgb.o.wl near (that he would not find me. .So I took ry In stot-k sill kinds l'ER'Zlf U UATKUIAUE ANDCltJfiatlOA'JaV -
laid Culinary e.- tubr.. Of thl metlod. tried (for the prevention him from the house,"' the road We were different rwtUlsuig matarlsM wltntotb '1
h. "pprpved manner, down in book well-known, reploca.10. tropical with, occasional fet it there/to await. my going away up .the art t put t
,"and FDeh rot none proved 'successful a' where the tree reach of a tact d In wind when ordaiing. WeoffetAMMONIATB8 '
1aptjIcyQe4 to the breeding Belgian hare
. .
Belgian hare. ra. Sudao even by European ar' '. the .w".tinl; or I' The best tlTat l but before J'' reached it I'placed[ him upon a braneamons UmotUag ,

*c 4. I.!t tfl l a trio au'dJUaJ reason. nppreln are scraped in the cest. chewing j is1 that i : body was quivering and -Btlri the lea*, his head turned away fromme Dried Blood Uan, .

J able Increate at firsu, Alt,," a while1 'Vbe'e.tubr. odor I. nr much It Is Important that sweetpotatoes beripe i I, sat don by my and tried to steal quickly away un High Grade Blood and h. Cpp
I whole litters. would die trah lt. "hell when dug if intended for per.rlance he wa. Blood and Bon ISon. .
.' withoutany like potatoes... A very simple lfry.are I' holding the bird,' and gently seen. In an hstant on my .
,. provocationSometimes, only bal a, lit- way of cooking them 1s to immerse IP ,, titorilig l This ,determined by cigar Inokin\ it the.,soft bluefeather. Very .Ifotilder-.Three iime-l tried- (his,."itb OausderPo&a& ,- '- -' "- -
ter of. eigbt would die"in' the two >nearly boiling for-twenty, min rcakitig'or cutting several and l leaving ticed ix eyes wide the same result' But the'fourth'time TRkal" Land ."ut

._ ;. day., .a whilethe- remainder .utoa when the-'black"Me.) ea.l.I hem exposed to the air.101 an hour or Just beginning little brllhtened. ilsel upon I it .successful A* Jie reached Out Me Whtte -II I ; '
: would :becpmd', paralyzed or'' have- the I and. the fleshy part which two. If-the cut surface turns black or modesty ( and looked.'up at It did toward a fyina insect In.the air I disappeared Dark Cotton 8e. eJ Ground ,

diarrhoea, and .a few days they would ,Imo.N.I. Add a little chopped greenish black they are 10t ripe,. U ,- frightened, but thinking it a- clump of trees, and O.t Pom see, BI.Ulpblc(b ,
be numbered with the majority t did re-; "hie. cut -surface .' 'whilesor 'Very Homemade out.quickly and quietly ,,
'I parsley, and und the dazed and unconscious and sieving! in and Pot .
( '. not coifiil (hew dead rnbbits .a , nerve lint . aea.nln& ? ? the sale color a when Ireshly Thee is so e alarmed Il'hal' my presence, when among the vines) and shrub, Deluded ITAIUE' .; Green and
for they were lIrIcL.tLround, thus, 4hey (have a most cut they $re ripe, and may be confections,, at -I- put it quickly. and tiim. I am not ashamed to say. that Murlst* Potash TOB.. 000 UATBRIAL8
two young"branKirtrecs; Still I wtinW "Hfrreenbln'rpared" rnuniibling that olCronilo dug, cured and stored Somegrowersarc following. dire upon-lie sill of the closed, my ye.'were full of teu-as 1 crept High Grade ('o .

not recommendbreeding rnlibils, for of laae.Japan,' or. fihiilfy.-E. Heckrl ( dig before the vines have California (, window; and it. I always along and there was a homesick lump low Grade 1t ,", Out Tobacco Sterna

fertilizer.: It's 'DtxpeluiV. ami besides la Agricultural Oazetto. A..s liecn injured by (front, while others delay I little late for friendships 'ler what are call-- in my' throat. I wonder if he missed, ".Int Mo. 1,Ground Too

my frees Itiive not grown an inch --_. tint il! after frost. The main (but just as creatures by Idling them me. .f wonder'if l he understood that I OaDea.lalwo' A.o. Ills O round Tob .

in- the ycar-rin f.I.I. I thiiiV-fhiey are Sweet Potatoes. objection' t to the latter plan is that Iro.t obtained from 't is not bad method to lac to do'lt-/inie, Trumbull Slosson, PUOSPHOiaO ACIDS: Baled Tobacco I
) smaller than thlyere a year ago. are usually preceded by rain ing thejholidays: certain higher 1 but n Society Bulletin. Uoaroe Uroubd Tobacco. 4

Some fine res were raised, and Bulletin' .72 from the Arkansas .station tfrcala. length of time may elapse before BiittcV Taffy. 1"an!. It was a hrings very I Ilhl8le Bone, Al guaranteed uol..aeb.and U cab, '
five dollars treat of Sweet Potato Experiments 'the soil has 'to' all their Incectido
some at sufficiently drjed *
parties wa1d'lhem Florida and J had Pboa.b.t. t.l&ID. .a
lated day been
by C, 1... Newman. Wemake' If sugar, VIT AND HUMOR Black .
a pair. started in for permit digging. dug when the soil lasses, two of forenoon I I threw myself 1)IYe fpr.
' a large and p'.ofitaMc busine .. I determined the following extracts from it: is too will adhere to the potato .the lounge'with( .

"&s to keep all that livel for a Of the varieties tJI have been nder'tel and this not only injure them for water all together, one Until course I-&cht an eye a, bok ; E.G.:: Painter' -. Fertilizer Co
t year before"dispoTflmroT Irr the for four yean have yieldedan market but .ke. them more difficult .and Truth too simple for us; we do not -
cold bird
water, \ kept its
meantime I opened ayeraae of more than 2'5)jbushels i) to ke.p. The soil should be dry when buttered pane everything.( \l\t It' tapped (he l Iev-t1i0ke who' unmask our iuion'- C

secure markets for .my prospective per These in the order qf their the digging is done, and if the1 potatoes mark into with its bill, "I-Imerton. FLA. .,
large increase, bul received no enc lr' productiveness( : Providence Southern are "d 'be cured' by artificial heat they surveyed 5'5 JAC.KSONVfLLE. ,
agement. \ year had expire< Qu.en. Notch Leaf Bunch Yam Polo may be taken once frbm the field Mola..e > wihn.t.'turning its head "I 1 played the part of a sage at the .
: looked
-' .I I had about twenty-five Imres in"tead Nancy Hall, Jersey Yellow and General to'the drying room.a If not to bedriedhy lated sugar and t the window-till'it, allUIhe} fancy dressparty last night. and'*'Mist'. ,
." ol one or two'hundred that I I" had ex- Grant. The drouth of HK>1 curtailed artificial heat it it important that ses bile oven 1'r11 hop. Kichgirl asked me to Tier. .

-- arid l there the yield of( all varieties but gave a they be kept at a uniform' mat ."ble_Ticar"hy and began-its "What did YOI tel hert T ;
__ ._ ., .. .
4 with
the exam L "
'pcted l.beg.nulizeJb' contents ; n" nK apparent h' ... :
for theirdrouthrasisting 1 lorn s '" .us..s 'JpbOr ATLANTIC COAST E
4' good opportunity comparinl and well Ventilated that the water hicbevspOrttcs ; and interest f yper : ,. LINE
Object "
burning or peck ..
1 '
varieties ecf man. |_ :1J
.lare.., that it, that it Coat tqo much in from them ly readily pal come. thick put (II at lime and ?" Y"
of oats wheat.and hay, that had been grown for loul)ea. off. After sweet potatoes have'been an .fggr. Boil, threw back his head Iicure.looked ..she going haven't asked her
; and I wrote to the party from whom produced more Ihsn l"W-busnel per thoroughly cured they will keep' if kept quickly in' cold white ceiling. "I don't know.Free Press.- The .G.eatlhrourh ai, Line from Florida:.,

- I purchased my trio wh.n I-started In acre. These were in the order o( theirproductiveness thoroughly dry a all tithes, and stored a.snap, stir in was ,sn unlike the blue depths yct-Deroi ,,, .
the business and offered to "sell .my; : Polo, Providence, Arkansas where a temperature of' 08"or (W) de.
freed his .
soda in old ,
life '
been .
seemed follo'wing" has
.. would R/'auly/ ( StrastthurgNancy F. is 'If these conditiOns The story going '
whole stock for any price Glden. greet maintain.d. and turn it into hint.
After long, curious A
a Missouri :
of the
name. Hi is reply came promptly to Hall .and Arlhia Hybrid. are"maintained it is immaerial cool. the rounds press CONNECTIONS/ / '
ter to. snared toward i it, fluttered Columbia school the other :,
hand, to-wit "I In reply to yours., will ._ The varieties: ve kept best whether they are stored In mound'cel; edges in few -seconds hen n..r. visitor at a claste .. '
to a oftlia lower grade - -
few day asked one r.\
that am in the same boat.u are: Pumpkin Florida Yam, G.nealGrant lars, or specially constructed house, cool I : .
lay may evenly. the and
*. Then I tried to find a market at and Southerl Queen- Those and method_of storing must be determined handled Y stayed duO like t the> Raven upon ol this" question is the. axis: of the earth?" 'I' J5-. ''l

home. Had some cooked for my table with\ superior qualities are Pump- hy the convenience of the grower. it I fast ; "hl.t above chaiiiber. door." "What passing from one i i its rails to Savannah Charleston ,
kin. New Arkansas Yellow pul a my "An imaginary' line ow *,
they are good eating gave some 'euls pulled the hour he there which the earth-' ' E. t \
rested ,
-- ---- t pluming pole to the other on
away, tried to induce two friends each Yam, Yam, General' Grant, Candied Nus 111 his feathers, .0letime revolves" proudly answered a pupil. To l g ichmor and Washington, ttietiee via the )

\. to accept a fine fat Belgian hare weighing : Nancy Haland) Tenne.8e. THE HOUSEHOLDplaakcra.; sugar and nt or tafli"a the wall with his "Yes,. said, the examiner, well pleased The EastThe ' RL"pLVia .'

S six pounds free gratis, for nothing. It is the custom to grow sweet potato boiled until very n. (t.n. looked across .and could you-liang a bonnet on, _
without expression 01 plants or slip from the "strings"or fire and -
: any charg.a ai favor I lay watching him it?
.. friendship both decline culls of the previouscrop, and little nels of ., ba; fly came and )lighted near "Yes. sir." ,
with thanks-"never did like rabbit care is exercised in the selection 01 The use of splashers behind the washstand fig, or any oth bonnet
rc ; darled'at it, misted it, and re- "Indeed! And what kind a
S they said. Altogether I sold (five dollars I these. Since like begets like, the na to save the wall from the inevitable -. the mixture. to his perch lie was hungry, ?" "Louisville. & Nashville, via Montgomery. 4V
tural supposition, would he,Jhat in the spatters of water from the washbowl "papier.PopcornBalls.. sir" WE.T E '
I bonnet .
worb. : -given to hospitality where' "An imaginary 1' '
has become HI f
A California it ttatcv of time the practice.would so common and the
was course
no Tbe visitor asked more
prolesor.n concerned I itbnm no Iuhtionsthal.
variety is so that loo"c,1 V Y The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via.
great taste and
i ], left 'his profession and hy breadIng only .cause a given variety to become cndltion be Suited every I popped corn into foort. Catching a fly upon day. .
BVIgian hares cleared $lfi4C O the fir* less productive, but would have a detrimental Plain linen can with wirfe hem and border :' one oiip of I laid,it upon the outside _e. s_ 0'' __ a J --- 1 .
jear. well Wliycould in Florida not? a country. editordo shape.Smajl. effect upon both quality and of Insertion i ia heat and laundered. until Pour it will .I Imter-It mmcl- -always near at Carrie Nation This Ir"l"oeo in.a new the politicij -S.nnnal tad ocean Ste.m.hp' Comfrnj, Heir ;:. .
a Never : tacks thrniurh a oyer'lht . :) tip I the long handle parly. wrojrgdirvctiun. for
Iy '
My trio at the start cost *'1. The' ) medium and large seed were splasher.' Run,drv.-a ."aii rod throng" about nnti (001 ".!/and ttlowly. towards the Now, if she,would hut go., To PielphiaBolton. .. -

ffed could hot have been less than f*'*'I. bedded separately, and an eiftial number the hem and tit a how of ribbon and Bmicr %'hcn it was within..Jin-rea<-hI out oil liaU'hefcruMicre against the East E S t Via Steme to New York, Washington !
: Work raiaing and culling oats, each lot planted into bills or flat dial already cxUl-it; would be The .
green of slips from o) loop at cacluenl of the rod to hung b,. I silt-tit and breathless. You parties Baltimore .
rye and grass another > ", and hnildin t-qiial ar a.: Wli'-u dug the potato! .Thfslitien'pta) hem '.r. mnrte very Pink Popcorn know the feeling that us- wctll simile Via Savannah and Merchants Miners
*!iO-H>ut I have the building--left. wereRra*
Wish somebody would 11\ away. l | as follows: embroidernQ Asiatic siJks cup water; hoi i is t trying lo win the .hy heart We hvar so often of the Christmas ... 5t.asblp Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. '

' Exlet', HI. without. 1..1. . de.ilns are, fast .colors when properly from the spoon; . I need not have been at raid. turkeys that have passed away that we -TO- .

counting the buldinl., Credit: Sales - :: :: washed. Use only borax and white spoonful of red I not'a; glance at the fly then wonder,.! why the 'possum" has not passedin. KEY WET ,Via Peninsular C & Occidental

*3, rabbits for \'y soap in the water for washing 4hem longer; pour it me. and he readier! out his little And. some 01 us think the 'possum ;

J.1U2. ""There's Money (out) jn DclgianHares. c 0, S. rinse wel and dry in the shade into bals a .look t the fond I drew a long .makes the better roast.. ., r
." C V. S. -\Vilioii., ..n' pretty .rluber and stand covers enough to .of;1 ,'Iie Then I repeated the, C. HAVANA .SteamshlpCompany

Sarasota_Fla.. . : : -.; for mortis. are nude otflt taffy harden on and again I caught a "' ever 1; before me' asked '
-- : _- lBua. : white oilcloth or rubber .clothambit I have crystallized held up for my little friend. a magistrate. MILEAGI3"l'ICItETS:
I> i
A X._ Edible Tob.r. .- i i. called. Pink the.edge's and (fri-ml, "Slmre. I don't know yer aimer.
then though
wax a even t Interchangeable mIleage ticket od over of among the principal
) A goo deal baa been, . Bu. UI3.O Bus. pUint a spray of flower or some KateGreenaway The I .k imow how clone a (friend mini What time does yer Anncr get UI? mCroada: In tbe southern &a.-e on .Ie 1.O mle
-I'M.4 2-4.O
on" and the Small see .
'r_ Oututlfng tubn. .Medium. . : 163.4Large figures .paint.. Th.r.I.a. At liixt ai* I was "tandla at Tallahassee C.- her Through Pullman Sleeper, Port T snaps .NF York
flee and clithaton wlilcu) are .e.d. .1:1.7 2.7 Those who cannot paint can buy tht the Atrliinson, for A girl has signified
inet also via Atlantic Coast Line nd Southern '
. a Railway
the French, iropl.-itl Seed 1W.2 11.6 107.8 ticle in walrhll intention beeome-tlie wife of one of
rcndy-made .tonic
stores to
. at Atchlnsnn was" flutter
I,l" r'A II ge"l. a Frank C. BbyleMon, Commercial.A gen t, W. D. Stark, Traveling; Passenger
be n IncbtreirMy'call-! order them from the ) lorloruVashington bachelors,
eolnl. h. The -total yield from the large seed tows or her much, harm,! ., of air on my th.ek. those -Agent, 138 West Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville. H. M.fmerson. .
:. ed.PlectranUiue Copplni; but, judging 'Was only 4.8 bushels per acre more than large mail-Order e.tahl.hment. Agents her. in fact. ( t jewe of a bird a. sapphire sure and hat she not just cause,'as accordtig Traffic Manager,' W. )3m. Craig, General Passenger Agent Wilmington -.
3 by the its stamen it Is sometimes carry at the to the record of Leon county Dan
,1 .trueuJe' from the small, but 0.8 bushels per acre casion to ,my shoulder. I scarcely North Carolina,
really a Being1 u new apeclc'-t. more of merchantable potatoes The prices usually charged they are veryeconomical or moved. Hut, I n.ed Cupid holds out in'requeiit trems ol ,, ,
it ia .. well' therefore, to give it deft- and medium-seed gave<*practically as they last a long time and fo.aip. woman feared. alain pretty court there, -only-SO licenses u .- .- ' -
nlfsly! Tnaiiee of Coletw Copplni. omal While the result of save a large amount of work in launder "everybody / Turning ing issued jn .one year.--Pensacola
same yield. -'l('N kel- L ,? Some deeleocy. still exlata 'la'the small increased ing. They only require a washing with "Bill' 'what do Journal .
S this Je' show but a then touched my cheek with _ _ 'flie t Coast of
of this cloth and r eec
history plantS
yield it is probable that the progenitors the tnari:'asked ., ) "

'IcMilarly an regards for a number of generations wereaHmrratt.wtUiailL'8 . ,:'.r.M.'la .- -"e"iole..ed I "mine; I had won him., XVhat- Naval Constructor' Dubose' has reported 9r1d Is Paradise, 1 Regained..

c the chemical noalyi '0." growing of butnnecrop4 ;, Oth.r '; ; ijiecn hi1',.OI'I' .. hi*,,'Qld to the navy department Ibl'it
.< IMittva thought that ft might be of ; te4 1taMw1tt., : )c J Uit-yS knew" hI f WOrll. wilLi r to reconstruct
from..larg4.i_ WCjyhutahorf !! .. t.lhl.t. ; liek hu J j wnked ,tip] 1'1",1, ;i new quire" +'
of be ,7rtfTkisa4 theirf \ \
1u*.rea tt give tbe'.reault" re- had Hilarled .' the recently parted'
,;. | way toward lerafting| the influence (II I ISwas aipartWof,I' ; < best
sea robes made b m friend Prote..r8lagenhaute. eol stop to Kiss their livingThey; hover of otherwise Havana harbor and towed
, of heredity. On the' 'other it, -I think for .from that min ..
of Ndncy at my re- hand it is more than prpbable that il, over the caskets with. [lyMerical .*ohs\ cepted it. .As was a friend and lover In all from there to Pensacola naval station.lie '
from the laat but fail. to throw the wealth of sffoc has ; I
woman estimates that s needed to
of. slips I have had close bin! 1(11 I
for number never *' a '
a ; g.ner'ions.
of November; 1U01. In the tion about those Uiverl who -m-
ones are
crop rl.ed and almost make certain improvements in the dock
seed food from he
only from large : he took my
were grown th"r hanl
Mar fighting the
Colonial Botanical Garden at stern battle* of life How have deserted ;
I remarkable fact would be quite an appreciable e'fec upon permit the against my check and sat upon .
le a very nnheedingly we opportuiH an outcast; she '?
ale .I Soudanese plant will pass Imtlr the size of the potatoes and ties for, carrying sunshine into the dren cry-for At fir*! I was very cau- AFGO FEMALE PILLS I

. through all Its atagea of development the } ield. I lives of those we love to pass by. A truthful stories I for I fear of friKhfrnniK him, hit

-In our short summer season of abourlfour'months. Planting Vine a pro word of cheer tn a soul in Are you I 10ln.1 there was no dungeSo I -
Cutinll-That .truplinl
* i fitable yield of swd I potatoes may be lie is worth more rose kindt And if tim gently in'my hunc. and exam- MAKE Y/EAI/ WOIEI STROXG FOR DELAY .

4 V From this fart, .and also because It teciired from plantings made after harvesting Christendom I>ile.hiah\ on r.ket afford it* Is it plumage, ; I hil. (cat her

.not at name Indigenous t 1be Sou crops that mature as late a* covers. The dead cannot smell the rumor as the soft \hlih. misty' bloom on D PERIODS .
dan I am persuaded that It the middle of June and the first of Jury, fragrance of the /owen. hut" the living by some ; I the yellow patch on lie hack al
oignal. .
can. Scatter broadcast in hidden until I parted the outer EVKRV I'A.IAo" (:U AHA.N Ittr)
like ? '
In Abysalnla, a great has been demonstrated on several occasions son .
4 edible tubers belonging
class Coleua. Itealdea thin I rentals Sweet potatoes planted after but, the thorns. A welcome smile .1 safe rule is not the suggestion' of a brownish practice, have liven touna she SMtitremedy
the cold'pf the part cheery done,' an .' ( H it, and the white spots on = general oooipluiil/
.er w.1 early wheat oats, rye. crimson clover vetch 'wel .frctiona. Female | lu. lb dea. )ufllp
I Iloweriog 'r.k
first tubers IntroS look rift tn 1 am sure few if l : _
of Nonmbr, and the and Irish potatoes were harvested have ruse a BF.WARF OF any .nt." ."1." 'ti bloat .h.a
the Soudnn clouds arid permit the sunshine of birds ever had such oppor ; ob.miactsr'awhsh
dured fMO flowert early from to 350 bushels pet CATAKRII moner S"I",".o.
yielded lOt and
S : "lrs.ns bring aulMli
of life of lie :1. .
I living
to the studying
: In October In M p.le. open on soil of medium fertility. On the : gladden passing (10"1) into iti b ajlb
air, producing'fine of blue flow- acre saint finality of soil heavier yields may days of 'those'lre 10ve.-AnonRous. I grew I saw his. cuvercd..p'.rJr lbs.nI.-: : .tuuke-4. lu
which only the cold: of the end I a tiil-rcury and i tried little experiments tlealn to : 'olt.
er. l he secured further Seuth. The sweet tha beat medicine aver dijOLvetavl
Woa .. .
Iae. of .
withered had sense friend. I shook him
of November bfor they being a tropical plant grow smel new run.. women when altlicted with .... mum
turned into fruit; bit year I potato promptly from made in While it Is'a common theory that. no the > hand pushed him gently away ,,,.ut alo Cbs Gem biebneea,' .le.'two _
have obtained from eighteen to twentysterna more plantina. hatter what tlir- father sod husband through the In. refused him food or caresses; or a aeldoni tail ol euims.1' sea
weather alto for Heart,
warm _plantings excellent I'alpnatioa) el tnc
all to ub.r. per alem. curly in the season, when the may be the mother and wife must rise ticles should came back to me, pecked my luddinrai: Loalhms l-ood. llad Dlqasito., _
These were heavier and larger in 10O1 superior to her envlro.mrnts. the fact prescription and face, pulled at my hair with I'aina IB tba ttiomacb.'Heating ol tba Anaeiaaol _
nights are cool and late plantings-main remain that the home is much Iba Neck, Short liraalb upoa vary little
theman's the damage
It would thus hall-shut ham
than in 1UOO) crept my
al'p.a re in lest time than The plantsfor a a Ito motion.' SinkIng ol the bplnu. a' UejcctedCountenance
that euMlvatof fa.or the Improvement late be secured the woman's he is relieved to the good there. All that soft, warm a LHallka to cjiafci tea*
de.elopmen of tbrae Inhere,. the crop the may and more of none of hie responsibilities because from 'them.1 we were together. and in .verealtun. ; and tik.w_ the ". Foi. _
cheaply than early, all which dtitenipera ar* a aacellent
cUlinR it
her her
and I Intend continue experiment society assigns to as manufactured .0
to my made from vine* of early plant intimacy. and ..ctu remedy. and O. to ba
with the view of cullv..lnH the l If ae special province. No man. has a right oledo 0., con t the went down across the Si.... tram ... .ole to eaveniy. They
: 'In the.. a of supposed to be >(tU'r than slip a ID shirk his duly to hjs children because is taken "l hut before it had disap- sue equally proper Mimed Women
plant uth.rn d"rrlot. large to Tie planted to sweet he :.. when with child anoughs alv/nya I U
perchance wife
'r.nee. Another reasov rO a thai .a Ron the blood and. the bird was sudden , month altet dsi..ito eleanee
it,is advisable plant
potatoes tq a and have .
of the chemical .nn Pltion they a good In off thoea I
the reauUa y.. system. I For home minute. I search gross
of the field in early in ,
slips as The wife and mother rules by hove. which, In- genarmle "
and tfullnnry tiara j mode by ProfessorSchlagdenhaufTen Cure be sure him vain. At last I fount .
pf the tuber encourage season as they may be safely put out. if she rule at all; the father and hua is taken ) and women tuthenllby all thiflivae '
of : therefore ba all
There ivy by
was a pot
It* !Introduction a* human l'r"0 the very early, planting vine cuttings band may rule by authority as well u Ohio. by F. J. end of mantel. Engl.h woman it tha age o.hf"ld'6( .. :filly and
I cultivation, at rate in may be secured for the remainder love. The wife and mother who find monial free. my pme. Ihoe ._ aliensIhent
fe.d.-for .. ,
any under sheltering at
tUfwer-pol likewiat
01 the to be devoted to potatoes. her love is in influence lim .
area over
tha Sold by all been 'found
dial rlot eovereisn
; southern $ lo.inl was a little ball of blue< a remedy either lot Men Railway.
We 'shall from the nnIv-ia thAt Sw"e potatoes grown from vine cuttings h.r children but is too ol.n bottle. or Women. f In all Hypjchoiujriao.. :llyitarlcor
y. see ; visitor 'with his head tucked
of ol my Vaporith for they "
have the reputation being disciplinary 'authority esceedingly' -
the .4uber contain subHtancea,, d.niedthe halls Family .
It bed Nervea, ( off all
his wing. was .t.'b. br (nM
uniform and of possessingbetter The wrecks 01
more shape 'aleel ,
ia rich ia atarch; and saccborooe. lath.r. b"m tending to IieiSfleSoly I Invigorate. thesinking
gIu.o. but little keeping qualtie than. those children may be traced .oftener fvthe he had r.tred, going to sleep tpirile.' and cauaa .an "ni..1 I.Ver,
14 certainly if in his lulneu I la the imod .
failure of the husband the, as trustingly _
grown% from slips.Vhen to come to a et nsrUs ass* atrsatoaalar
but nevertheleao ; gas of eaetind bask, taat ClasS aaa*
Ia ,.Vreqnent I I PRICE 5557
umloua the hanging A BkL'tS.I8'1i4
assistance of the than to among ni" 6 CE'IS.
\ the plant wi. any; 1 '
food. potato etkeeUnwaMtsea slatils
perfect young FlaeUa, oaf ,
I .w.e fault of the latter. Jhe."dde.feats not leave him there' for I wniltei W""I ONLYTV"Afco -
-- when cooked I. very agreeable have become well established in the soil I. .
tl. taste heifer calf before I left the a. .I'LSIoTT, f.r.BBOXWITa. BX.KiKnaV
Too is said of window
much. we thf wi my Chemical
a > ; reseroSllnsr tbntof Japan Crosue alimentary after transplanting their growth is r.p shortcoming of women h"Iiev. in -these day n't'ltve 'for the so i made a :! Co Tt >eeaee.a a >. tMOeBeeanlM, 4,0.Ha.T. "
ia richer in rfnd interferes with the evrninl.
while it id aoon
C... Io aalalfy than either of of the cultivator between the row paS' Those mothers and wives who are ncg lCr lhe my wicker scrap- .M MV1LLBV "L. a VQVSTIN1 PL.&. '
u.aTent. age continued lectful of their homes constitute the cr.ase. the milk and placed him in it. As I took ,
That cultivation be
these legume \ may ale The American mother we are apt to of bed he made T. D fitted' plants
minority. gently a
average EDMUND add grown
tuber Olsawead.It
In a dry lot of thirty the vine*. have extended well or flow very AL I Celery Orowlmg at *
_lewba found five or six weighing across the middles without serious injury is serious. unselfish and loving.; I wih protesting drowsy little noise ( Chicago) ready to plant about five acrej.t He has
N about 0.012 pound; the from the cultivator this were not the case we should shaped udd.r. hours'later I looked in at my was the privilege of your corre quite a number of men and boy at
O.O15 pound; and to plants have, as we'have to-day a ay- teatsi, Iri.nd and found him fast asleep? EYE) AND BAR SURGEON spondent lo visit the celery farm at work planting, and'is getting out. about r # ,
Ho two O.O07 pound; Jheremainder the vine are"turned" or laid from every hile .
three rious fault Mr. P.WV
other and has quite
r O.OU5 (This other .middle erage.of young msnhoo dawn he was awake snd slinina. Glenwood this week 15OOU plant daily. He alto a
about alternate middle Into the
be made
puod. on longer I 16 Years' Bredow there a* superintendent, of lettuce planted and look
the only souqd
S to thepound. eoi.try erh. ; patch
> .
would amount to, The middles frpm which calf is' .ver Jpa.
: t N".O the
' ,-e the.rn.are n tha.wive.uand mothers When I came upstairs two D JLBIDA and from what he aw of the growing ing fine. He i* fertilizing well, using
; .) 1 teblong- by turned a.e then cultivated are mainly to : "waywardness larly. Such the basket and he once crop, and the 'work being done it wa well-rotted stable manure, and blood
: ,. Th* large.t were 6 some growers no lurher ulivalon I of children' I.' neither reasonable easier" to-.I toward me. darting a evdent that- the company has the right and bone, and potash. Iti* truly a beau
'r, tneh' thick, 1he average b given.* Others turn vine upon nor fair. It is due usualy'toa calf, a jhe i i. on .clothing and up.rd. man hi the right place. The farm is tiful sight to look at; the long straight
,; 13-1610ch long by y lob tWek the middle just complete owner' touch my ne.tns of the
t.. ald few exceptional case niy'neck.' He had not forgot, located On the flatwood west row across the field of thrifty growing
> 'Wandth. a.aO.I'wr. / the 'cultivation. In one case only of their exceptional character, deeply h"J, had one Bond Lumber Co's. mill and between of a rich green-solor.--Mr. Bre
But* had forgotten that the
-- r. Yt loch the alternate .middles are given.the fi- observer In two
'i1 maln nearly impress the general; WG It'tlat Before 1 remember ; that and-the lake. There are now dow had experience in successful crop
? '> .Jn a .rek a4ate- they na cultivation, in the other an are ul man'i devotion and love do not change Jhystbouti bird was: oPl. it the lots -of about five acres each, cleared last winter at Sanford, and says at Sanford -
> lightedupon
t a '. 8'.r eent ot.wmer.T..dr.nrJ, tinted This moving of the vines is .the child grow old, save .for the bt.ler.hieago about,, J and fenced, and an artesian well on they have no advantage of toil, water -
/* ,and "(leI beJg t and and expensive operation and 01 Inter-Oee.n 'liltlr, ..omlnlh! 'looked out through. the open each lot that flow a good stream and or loci t ion not possessed by this
,aIrSor, oorne shrivel, doubtful benefit. Specal potato culti handling whea .t' the shutters. The air came Mr. Bredow has' pa. lot tile drained, company in its plant lycre, and a* it il

'r 1 only show abu t 73 per cent of mourUWhenTtlie'dark v.tor have '. which Okewlauf OUK.'_ n.orf t\\rifty. in, (hill.of the breath of flower and to ,admirably arranged that he can a well known fact that the Sanford people

5, . ,ur..' have iron rod that pass under Is gum chewing admissible That depend and .h".ld [ .inginl Just outside. Ha.1 1 control the water just to suit the need have m de a (treat deal of money In

brown or buick skin5ff' and raise the vine out of the way while somewhat on the gum and or thatches been ? he.lia.ned. the. u7 of the crop',Thelile drain runs east,and growing celery, he can see no reason

''to removedT .they are white a Irt the cultivator paste under and stir th the chewer.; A little plain, white .wax calf usually'is away and flew to my shoulder west across the.,lot, in strings, 23 feet why this company under strict businesS
,'but darken In a fe1 moment; mora'on. soil. The expense of growing crop after meals chewed for half an houror Cullivainr"Have, , a very ..ile10v.r, but I under A .7 apart and by' conducting the water into management cannot do a* well 'as the -
$ ,
. h'knife used turns black, i I. greatly lessened, by'by'.thorough prep so, is probably beneficial, says. Medi- .-.. him; '. a large trough at. one end of the lot, good people at SahforoV. ,
' e..len proof.of'thbP1'e. aration before the crop iaplanted, cat Talk.It you breakfast (aide I talked ab he can let it into these tile in just such '
.5. ". eoe' .10" d.I'of tannin, oo this |s. particularly true -of( the sweet would bebetter, of course, if people wonder friend,and r of eoura. quantity as i is needed for irrigation The people of Glenwood are to-be
but 'also In body lee So I brought him . and : congratulated that this new enterprise
the the .' After Oh planthave beentransferred would do their chewing with their to blm when th..cropneeda water, ys
01 Yes
s'I' potato; '
1w&of tuber.ThIa. when stripped -of ; to the, field cultivation; meal, but much of the (fo used in .ept stajrs4'and' exhibited him in the system of( check and valves rnr.csn. bar teen itsrted and oa the bright prospects

'ft *w.- and thorouaIY 4r15& bee the should be. frequent '*nd> shallow until theM days require little or chewlnc have; and.| front halt '' He stood upon my keep the soil at just the moisture need of a Urge business Iii- the near , .
-- a ebocoate-rOIOred and opinion hanc':
vine 'After this after a ed and (l1lt
the a ;
by mel lill
'.tap.D-bt eaa interfered, with Cn.eQuenlb, ao : i't offeredecked'4t the flow ol the freeze that destroyed the fin'c.. '
l't' ( .bIC b r cultivation 'i i* of douUfyl taCtrfAIn .not autxiLIn position. (f lt l too 'wet. lie can shut a "n,11 but took nono* tower' end' of the est grove in the//county,
'DDe powder well and'open'.the grange
"of; ducd to .aUe veity' weedy I I'and heavyruns deed, it C"'t"/ thing. It cu.e a "D l fingers leitiien left her)
: powder Ia submitted to'/h. the'formation flow of nd a .mc. all ,pf f >he ffatherei drains and draw off the surplus water! now the enterprising ,
liable to cause pepOwhO .
; thi neW
.1_ are j.ite "How i their ; build'up *
weather nielsur.
Tl. of .' somewhat *. to so that with wet weather or dry can m a
handling reasonable limits i I I
; : cad. ptrl..clorotor, e.e of a crust upon the anrface. Any ftioa.mot : "I \ you / ev f fif Ja id h .i. e WeIgb'' of of tho-tip! U'liable to b of tore bnec1 to Jig, : 'j"l; gumhow.-. "Well h .,. !< .. 1' . just the tight Mage \O keep nn a vigor orange srroves. it will be 'a-great bl<**'
o'.el.tD' injury to the crop than the ( ar"dfeenee.1u. .iove. -" hag to the community*. -L. 'ths good
of clIJuto' the question 'to whot rowth.
a* Dos \
is' highly that sting ,, 1". '' .
Jisndlirig ever .e.8ne4 ( ,Yoluia.
/ ,. x '..h.tleoa.D 'nastiel cap tbe*.,b .eal-- elaton,"e Any:;manipulation *he, .and ..IrriUteOhc.. gums.m. not- :,be'a\ '' ', /. /with i .fhe bhr4-lwaa" ' ** t He'ho* now, p rtwoacre, planted. work i go *M.\V\.'\ v ; < "V 5',

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