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 16, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00055
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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raE'' STATE -I I aged with the. result,. attained of Mr. E. i'flit JAPANESE -' enemy- of the persimmon,I A preventive. ;"In upending- favorably-of the rang ALL EGGS IN If' the great i industry whimself. succeeds _.

10. Merely a preliminary" reor 'J wash made of f one ounce'.of,corrosive horse, the grades which are usually! he must' do hi ,
within the brief.time of that W Kirkpatrick of Mr. Falkncr's 10 '. the offspring-. pure bred '.ire*' ..remeat sJUre.1 He must
I I. have beefTeBgaged in this f.sdnstIne of the sublimate, aaons.b soap. one grow a*. ;gSod, fruit a* hi* neighbor
sections
.' tour of pecan make the "these represent what the ," '
I work in the vast field of unexplored the the best for PERSIMMON pint alcohol rae BASKET must use the .same skill in picking.
state in pecans to 46"in
hor.
FLORIDA ,,
OF of the consistency. o( paint pr
whole f ale duen. ONE packing and ?
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I horticulture but it seem that I hope to- set a further 6rr'the trunk an4'iargcr at ita possibilities shipping. Alt are stock1holder *-
propagatin. applied b.t ligbt in
when embark in one of the -
one these interesting their concliuion-where THAT SHOCXD which than greatest in-
A FLOEIDA mtflT lair
s besr"repeIliht against borer at more '
is
CAtlTOMIIA
reprt no dustrie
& of "
: the
experiment he'never tire of tb" GKOWEESDEPECTD world. ,
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I try- think th.jest has so far been zCiv'ATTTION.fl I have While thereai:1yher average time ranger-the cayuse, OBGE

t "I OF INTEREST FROM A-Ti I rag. 'to f.tbol. ,, the unknownaways.Ite' found according to their idealst: I find ,'- '. c tise so to fa.'tested tha/uit of the rnusiang-<1dlan. pnnl exceptional ORcS. Bearing' in mind fcf f which, let u* set t'
unattainable. i faces
OVER .I pecan men differ in opinion as to whichis Ows of tk. a. .1 kaki niay' be put such at the manurfacture ae attention our toward the rising sun and re -
.TH STATE I .econd'' generation of seedlings that' I i thi) best. Some prefer one point ofexcellence ...1. l.prU.From .I of ..tainetc... from In the there is no meane Tit. 0...u.< Md Lack .1 solve to grow better orange than ever' '

".e .1 tk e UtU I am .expctin.many sport from the over tome other. So'aC T. Ofor the more 'rishu.astringent varieties, I have kind of f eq inl mn.be'found than,what M.tko4-Tk. Rivoraid Pr.M h' before, to help our neighbors to suc- i
x..u. Tbt I You notice from it will resolve itself into' the Lathi 1Tkrn are 0. .iti DUt.. o'ne ctcii.in the same.pursuit
wi' or another of Rant and!
names. to
w
rWkat **. D. lat merely attempted to show in a* few thee BU. use to
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Ith. foliage I tend their varied t. the fullest
r I proverb, "De gustibus non eat disput- - '"It cannot'be eaid that .larges rlfU. the munificent oppatttrnitie .
even a .
ig-WU1 P.Mkos Pay? form Brought fVa.U .; '4,". word* potsible-omt 'of f the"possibilities t Or.w.r*. jf with "
aboutby artificial which
a'matter of
andum.That known we arc
being desirable in different localities I under biest-ifiysjde '
js' in growing this .fruit I
tittle I.t .. that Pa I I men: If growing seems like shiny a' fairy leaved tale trees tot.ll taste there I ii no use in disputing '01 the"maa ononle : tt e" andplants lor market purposes only.1 Address oW f part of the range horse* told onv the There it idarcelt: ,-a community (\n all Press, -'_' ' ,

All abut 'I have been doing in a limited per- A, Yah before Farmers' western markets,.how much ,evidence '
sphere Japan ,
indu.tr pays the atvwell fruit the imported iroul th 'a' the country nearer"mar- "
along
I '
when it communit -I bank -of the .oldea'. of the north, what thee broad-csled.. enterpri.ln., to 'the Jaane.e' IS Con.res', i ., jr' .. ,,; .14\ breeding.-in The work'of improvtnentis keting all It.wbj"elP in come one basket" than Early Florid I.ttmo*., ;,'

I ed with proper business tense and I where the temperature.drops' lower gentlemen smon-nwn it.eU to I yet its primary .t'le. Riverside. orange industry 'Mr. M..J. Main, of Gainesville, who
A cre. scale. I offered three cssh'piemiuans, 'kkir.mmencs ol the moat useful : ... Sido>.f Farming.Why. fairly i has '
big induttry maket mitlionairet I than aero.but this, is by no means an 'T. .1 "Xe ranger divide hre practicalour ole 'support and, from WO to *W acre of land to ,
ae extend
\\dltrl.b e., great suma and builds I impossibility. Stranger things .have .m.l. within themselves, but with an and valuable fruits wherewith to are!we always-'lauding the' i classes ponies,' "saddler mce. .' vegetable of various -kind, and who' '

',_ 'other. industries lik unto 'ltsef.! but I been brought about-by..artificial means. ..' of.fame and fortune held out the bcundary,lines pl hiS t0tmckle'orfhard antI( thing ,about the ', farmer's pi..i, and drivers, .nd' chunk Isn't it important, then, that this industry makes specialty, of raising lettuce '

.ten 111. that".pay a million"in profit I Ocala Banner. '. . to him who shoufb happon to own the'. and furnish the wheewlthal I when nobody praises the ameniticV '"Po"iiieThe'are th* descendants be denlopee along the intelligent under, glass, recentlyaa: "The ?
per to It. stockholder betthecommunity I -- -- winning tree of distinguished : his of ancient stock that i is known rai.ing'ot frame
are merit I the palates of epicuraa and the merchant's lot .r the tinsmith's Career jUi by Ia. lettuce is now One'of "
I f.
*-- for ; than one mill Frank Davis of uF.and others aroused considerable interest ) though not yet sO known T Is it because the farmer ncedito 'die .ol cayuse mustang'rndianponies De actnti1e" or even practical,' the leading' winter industries of our p. ,
I ,
tl & p) million per annum: The are interesting themselves inmeasures uite-, satisfactory to" ..the'promoter of distributed a. some of the other Japanese 'ofgeter be patted on the back and Ilaueree ,etc. .&1iey stand up tq .1*.: frit obtin among the majority section, -formerly there were thousands ''
come 'when the ten.little mill I to the contest. It showed' that the people by reason in order to' bfmiito iiwnds'wemglting'up 'to 70u, or .UOU of the fruit grower df.,dollar invested ii* the busi '

should IOt their force under one management I the overcome white fly devastating which is influence in are at.latt awakening to the proper inr I iprlations-.rI1 to old4he nr reconcie' to cajole him pounds;, Some' of them are horse of a drive over the 'or .versle1'J'ae ness in and around Nftw York,'.Boa-
lot
appearing dayJs demny\ <
to economize in salaries, tokcquire I certain sections} 'of the This terest In'this most important industry. I ii hee made that th, : .o about bees and bards and quality* endurance and intelligence and 'sickly trees numerous ton ,and otheif' large cities, but amen '

.., capitaMor the ppoa of improved -I is' a matter of Importance country. all Half '.score of'umpl.( of most excel not far diatantWbCfl th annual cocamercial lowers( and the1 independence of the rural make good riding animals.-_ grovel; interview. their' owners as .to. the Florida trucker turned their at ,

machineryvorj ) our orange grave Either the lent nut "wereentered, lathered Iron value of the J.p neae.verim- ,career*, to. try.inducehim, to, go I 'These horses-are very usefuln herd- he profit of orange'growingstudy hi.methods .) tention'to it'they have literally driven ,

., other good and aumeient reaonl but exterminated growers. it will finally nymuslbe the Colorado river and .. I mon crop 'will;, f.r4exc d U.t'alother back contented to the task of Supporting fog cattle olte'showina or lackof" and your the northern growers of' winter let* '

it it btte for the: ** -F kLIl'the tr es. One man, or,.a-few men The points .of comparison were laid J.pane fruits put of the the rest of Mankind? 4' that it wonderful and an agility that Is answer Will meth an off- tuce out of ,busines*.,," On our farm

1 . ty have a thousandowell-to-do ,cannot accomplish much' It will re- down according to my ideals of a good I prtdiction ii .m.d" rprdles. .Abe sumiy.side oi-iarming? .Wel to tb.. eider,, hand reply b ,* -. we have about twelve .acre*',of lettuce '

..' Citizens than' ten ordinary mOUonairea.w I united on the,part of every pecan for propagation. I gave l prefer' fact that during the' past persiio.mon is ,sometimes W* degree in lliey ., furnish some .of the best Returns .from the orange groves ,of' under covert and we expect this year -

Provlded always that the (pJnt 'of I luir efor orange growing.. It ence,.first, to the regular annual bear has not ,been'' a ao aUOd popua to ,''say".nothing of"the temperature oi material for:polo work tht can be Riverside would greater to add 5,000< to 10,000 yrd..moro to ,

it to' enllhuned and [hat- been suggested that a petition be ing habits and prolificncss of the tree. fruit, comparlti3lqll few.tees ba.al the hay-field. at noon in the open. That found, especially when ol l good per 'annum if b and u ordinary this area..' The,, material used it the'

broad that, when can circulated throughout the county for as any orchardist woul prefer a tree been planted commercial' ,. &work, but work i i. not an evil. Josh .type are crossed With smal thoroughired ; of the thepr. be brought heaviest drilling, and with this we cov.

:work together. one man for a cpm- theNU>pointment of a Board of Commissioners that bore from, ten bushels of During th.patt.iWH> or deknan4 three '.s years,no- liillmgs'.tysi "He who will not sweatat siTes. However ( cow pony : grovel up' to the \ley of'the1 best grovet. I er'the entire patch."-Bartow Courier- '

mon. purpose- If five hundred pull oneWay to take measures for the good, medium-sized pecans yearly to a however, an increasing his brow will be made lQwet all that will mae a .oo polo pony is And it-' could in every in- Informant. .
and the olhe half of the thousand protectionxpf the groves. The acT'of tree that produced every two to thtee ticeable in the larger citieS fo J al over."' not 'easily found the exception, tance'be done nearly) '

pull the opposite, then the effect 1901 4t6t 16 a few dozen nuts the persimmon The masse of.the peopleare .Who "the not the aattsfiet' the buyer Oar Drajaag. 5ek.ia.,, :
ChaptetC No. provide yer ale 0 the good baa gr atcr manhood and is,true thai! we hear for the
i. simply nil and the state the community that the Board County Cbnvrnlssion- hen'a egg. I gave' equal importde beginninl to' .pprec.te the greater real pleasure 1m hit-exut*. and.. brings the long price' In such: I only of the successes- in' orange moa Prom Our Ea.uGallie correspondentwe '

and the citizen must live without ers are empowere upon the: filing ofa the proportion of kernel a quaTI__. __. ,.well teaching. persimmon the rest ence, : ; be .who .bravely talcs. the-Iiay- nstaitce* the pony on the par ' are failures, too. learn that work is progressing
the that could be wrought i... ru. 'ere
after ?.. market undeir I & conditions the canal
efect petition signed by IKmajority of the pound of nuts, as con.umer they anu -- -- z-- .,- -ton*- held at Hie mid-summer miuUay teni- t, e--same athe iaven't we something to do with the proposed fromthe St Johns :
by the who has the mosT :
man strength fruit growers asking f forvtame, to-ap becpme educated will'' always prefer a hat perimmons-nhke high per ure. with ite.conhrqsences'-iit perspiration ..ordinary 'ranger. He it an ex.ceptiuh man wh9 nakes the failure? c to Ipdian nver. Thit drainage scheme, '
of
a thousnd Today in every direction point a Board of Commit pdund of .nut out of wbich, they 'can toes-require to be sort.s'wcl. with ; or the lUy-ang'ered but an exception thai servesa we makeTiit interest oat Shoud.'t of which this it only'a part, will bring '

ca see'-opprniie. waded protection of fruit trees.ttt"1iet, of extr.c. per 'cent: of edible kernelto I 1 ly colored ere they may The.e outlook who stand oil the street corners 70uagler day uabl.' purpose for iustratnl the Take a ride about the city intereti, ,'f into consideration to be cultivated- -'
because a thould hundred Flor- This of finer out ol I any" degree -of pleasure possibilities, oi the thousand of acre of fine land and of
ridian .. to "get Rich groves. Board to have gehcalsupervisipn a pound looking nuts I orchardail I.tbereore II good clothes while their female rela bsttypes ,a.estocl write did a few days 'ago. You should
commercial persimmon course bring them Into market. '
for
: and control of groves 1or. which they ca get only fQrlyper cent.Iwynel. de- Lives are straining every nerVe keeping for there
the have
and an experienced
;(i; I.nd.le idle btns no one of u* com- 1 quite' proml.mg. and Drivers.-Thete horsesare.the Iuide. The
' their protection from injurious iiMcetfrAll Forabovereason* gave these Is likely boarders or.taking iu to keep are things to see the old- very first'eorwlderation in- connection .
te cpit.1 put them on theY expehses incurred by this Board I twoxpoints. the larger score. Nextcomes '. tim.to.Come- thtamnmIogetherh .e\al .. i lr.t .a range class that may old-timer sometimes misses.n. i1er's&grovc"owned'byaisonresident14 with the tale and subsequent

; 'maket; _* ln.ui.h for factories be shall be based on the benefit derived /e; .then thinness of hell; then to exceed,lhe supply. Varieti.Of itii'i'liiiiiiiiij'filar tnat .he.Ir.ed.nl 'ltn.r.L.c cst cultivation of the reclaimed lands ifhealth. ,' '
not strive a one fruit, ? otSternel of There are aOtTie'OO"'dtStnt Bt rely and If "" '
-by--the-4ndividual quality ease like liuTStT CToud" -
sep they '
.rower" Cst make Ihe,farm are
for the common good, .and we wait collected from : aration. 11iee and. the..kad known in Jaban, but the tYing to wIl come under 41.'s They could will probably not -speak a good word reclaimed lands that from
so people all
idly for'tome to seize these beneted .core lU aed and Importations er believe that one of the moat he.d for Riverside. The trees are sickly,
con
I is badly > described from
nomenclature a
miloaar and the Board *
to Hence bad be over the
persons h.v ponts. a"alple to the world. .t.ndin. country can move in and live
pleasant in-
and make reliable nurserymen under them is
because 'er' ie_ ground poorly culvated
a most 4.U
from the to UI- hands -
occuPtions
to levy a tax in all these poliiu reach ( on them with
power to. from
fee ( Does till these opinion' bilh. welghin. immunity malaria, ,
hundred of will prop. be relied on and the fruit it small and
not give cat
a
us competent of the benefited there could not .from !**> to (
ty to ? Toresults. 'I pounds 1,10 then there is
person 4s no the future
as at
;, manager command of that million tomake collect the o Kirkpatrick. and promiedMear. true -to Ham: hence. it has Does he care for them'Is I it' not an occasional good one of rounds. tize. ering. Poor care. of this section, but guessing if they rnahari- ,
ut another and develop our .ame I beinl nurserymen to highly problble..tbat we indite them Across the street it another prove .
L stateI Such, in ,brief. a law would for American "CbUlk.-'lllee usually the grove. there ia '
visiting ous hard
when" .farm embrae lot ahead of those '
..Columbia, S. C., found two millions to for tie extemnation already.vaiable them the my results of tha.) Sl 'J 1 ren some order out 6f tai* _confusion not out ccrtain'Jense our own experience, butIrol > grades, standing 1. hands highamid I The soil is"the same the location the bjiving them to dispose of.' '
j build the fines and largest cotton mill give < : : and w"e now have som) 5 wane- a personal envy up and lame,--(he trees practically the same
j and the groves not, yet, | weighing to
I alv"tion I ask the privilege through your exccj- [s if notlact that all our purest no- from1.U Then there Is question abo. the
of 'correctly a t
the world which could give a market affected. Whether this law covers the distinct and probably 1."UI( pounds. Extra often age. The trees have been frozen down
lent paper in order others may tCS'quit bleat pleasures have the country, IheI.rmer' effect this drainage scheme will have .
lor the tibut.r territory and, in case i or not is a but if these lht named and .. .. list weigh over 1.JHV pounds. once "twice. Fruit large, finely colored -
question
turn.c.ad. a loc market for Co- gentlemen succeed in pUlin.into operation -first-class have the benefit business men judges of Coleman were, so far,as known. embr.1. all give varieties a suc the. picnic. home the, as tlel boiling.objective vat-* "Demand.-The' larger number of and hanging full on the trees. Intelligent a upon fall the of eighteen St Johns'feet river.to Indian At there river it '

made the difference.Here' .
wi f culture, horses cafe
find their
a phurof groves entirely disinterested in and all worthy the the the ti.h.m.al ran&t normally fn there.are those who '
ting berrying hunting believe the
eptire
local Decem
enter- te.uls
( from August to place of another which
Tat will have
highly ; grove wa
they consumption on
Dohe.pnt' .ccompl.hed knowledge of who sampleswas oiruit tu the fam. i head waters of the '
work when it meritorious cuslOr names of the oilierent repair country. British once famous The'owner tried great river will be
towns. The an experiment
., at-Orlando kept from them so there was no ; not because we instinctively .ml aovrnmll detletted to the tea and the ,'
buys itt raw material at a diatnce ol kaki been suggested 1 I .1 bought of which the present
came costing
varieties haye near
None of lit live for . Will....JPav la Florida? possible chance f for them to tihow the eithe'r by size shape and that the farmer good tblgaaround ha United States thousnds i i. often, ad vitality of his He wasn't'a chain of lakes will become""detached ,
01te counter-jumping pay'in Dawson cast[ There three I the him that he is and army supplied grove. bodies and then '
and the mill which doubles the value 'i partiality were premiums general the fruit or have Iree-hanlec with cavalry horses from these sources.Quite practical man and be took the advice stagnant poolt.Other ,
City If the venturesome Individualwho offered-two of equal value one appearance hikes to entertain his that "
raw material in itt neighborhood the f!locality where Ine.l often branded horses will of f another Aqd. it's believe that no sucheffect will
it is not' death be- for -the largest and the other for best I "Ivel, the name he is, in short, a good ._ b authority. now a .
., pays out wages and the coat cfmaterial essays frozen.o hence maflyvtanetie.have several round in export stables. orchard. look as if they be produced, but Only the surplus"water
Trees
young )
The fore he begins, and not robbedof smaller for the grown And, really, is it not worth something sin '
to b spent at home Thus: Bar- pccans-and a premium I and it will be some time had lever and chills Theyare time of great rain will find itt
all his cash and large of hisgoods the the farmer be the oi such o_ .lo-;. scraggly -
a part Sitond- best. -'The for to to center
; ( people are1 organizing themset. lrrmul I synonyns. get the entire list ham and miishappen and feeble. Case of way to the tea. They anticipate no teri- '
: into a stock company to can vegetables about every other week, he may largest was awardedie\! \ pecan, yet sentiments, the source from which are Bulletin O7 of the Georgia Expedient ous effect upon the general stage of water
make something selling goods in that ed: and claaslfed dispensed lo women and little children, (reau of culture >oor economy in buying cheap trees
in ttt n.ilhbrhoo Doubtlessa grown on Colorado bottom land. They the Japanesi divide ltOI cantaloupe and then resulting in the lowering of the .' ,
majority of be taken in part of Alaska. counted out thirty-nine, nuts to the 1- In a general into two classes, the cud even men\ of all cla.es. some oi in Oeorgia, where the industry not caring.for them properOn river to such" an extent 'as to impair '

'- where capital it more plentiful This ia not intended .veiled sar pound and scored 41 1-3'points on general thepersmnnon The former cla.s heir purest and worthiest"enJoymelt.1 has asstt'itt'cd"-conajderable importance 1 navigation. '

B.row.. the farms. What will theeffect' I cam on.the profits of peach culture in average but being nard-sliclled the Ama and the Shilen. edible while still It is one .of the sacred recollections within the past few yeart. The Intro the side hiiliTJust over the way It it that considerable', ''

\ Say formerly be I Florida. It is, however, intended to per cent of was small!. only 'Ml embrace all .varieties earliest to rip- o( the writer's youth that a revered uction of the Rocky Ford a strain oftIme lere'aanother young orchard. Never probable -
f10.0 wuted intimate the circumstancessurrounding krrne hard They are also the was emerald brighter than the 'leaves, tiincnr enters into the objctipnstj
are to the for that under >er cent and ancestor knel every mornmg and olfer- well-known Netted (Gem variety. ,
; pad. This famera_ be paid out the cultivation of earlypeaches l all I en, have firm, dark' brown flesh! of ed-up thanks to the diver of all developed in the.Arkansas V.ley'of"olordo and the growth they have made is-a this drainage. The idea has gone '
mopey the best Varieties
to the Bartow i and with the class of men who The first premium on are generally quite seedy. good, in which invariably occurred this first put'the matter of pride to the ownef. Good forth that nothing ought to. be done
again merchnt.t. around given the llalbert, little or no as- incu.tr upon that will affect the St. '
.r ventured into it the pecan was I the Ama class possess injuriously Johns,
1 to both have generally "phrase; "For the boundless" wealth and basis intro- rees; good care ,
.. -side profit that parties. products ou outlook (for profit was about a. problematical and the'- second prire the Alexander i IX>8-3 irmgency at any .lmc. and to get wh.lelul them lie elcbantil beauty of this great, uction bl-ilie Rocky Ford, a few This -orchard ia on a-cool locality just because it i is the St. Johns.. .

taxed buys.the.canne and the as that 9)) the Dawson City pecarr -r4Jalbert .core' at their best they be eaten until Th.e farmer carries the aloOpei, mostly large varietie, were cn- down "in a hollow Owner bought the The so-called interest in navigation
up
and the .often earth.
B.row arcer
,b be helped every way by venture. *" pint on a SO general' Each averge.of these two firm, .they do not Shilben class Keys al outdoors, this great and lupped to Northern marketp. Thesslupmciitt and cheap Looked a little dubious at it all a myth. There is'.not now and '

T f.rrwi of the town-hit) lands will '1 men, of.our race have been used / (lccTty d. The beautiful world belongs/ to him, and the were small and were made first; but note the result now. Thrifty has not Irccif-for years enough'trallic

,,1. increase in -value, he wi bavf a better to'leach culture for hundreds of years counted "1 nutS per pound and yielded I embraces those-varlelies astringent colored un aded. .Iave city late go humbly out tokiljr$ in an experimental way. The rees well loaded with choice -fruit south of Sanfordxto buy grease for a ,,

'market, better more help. .n o..nge. for only a generation; in this'contest "considerably, over 0 Ii aof. have generally light theconsistency'otielly lO him and ask permission to hunt and grown did not desira- They betoken care, watchfulness and go-cart and to putxup the navigation '

,; to pay taxet and build roads. --- but they Florida, made a poorer per cent. kernel. Howe\er the Hal. ch. when" fully 'ripe, is o few swim 'and climb and pul los flowers, ble hipping. qualities....ndnotntil ps.e.s the cHiltzation, Success is not always at- argument against the .reclaiming. of '' '

Within the toJacksonville with the peach than with the bert in former contests has yieldedover contain. and throw Op their in the happyriskiness ilroductiun of the Rocky the tamed on the beat of land-and with the thousands upon thousanjsvof acres of
terrtor'trbutar The will for per cent Both of seeds and maybe kept twp or three dd 'fine 'lands it child's play.'. ., '
orange. orange keep (I kerne. of. too. fleeting hour. industry really commence'-to grow best, of natural conditions.' mere r- ,
..-Florida syrup 1,0 art now produced loo weeks, it will endure a good deal of these strictly' paper' .hel .40sf months if gathered from the.tree while Yes, this word belongs to the farm- this variety I firm in' texture and No Christmas tree ever bore a richer Then there are those objecting; to4the

,quadrupled without lessening had.ulle. it comes on the market in, over seven points in ( general aver- still firm. The varieties of-commercecling er, and i wil strongly seize it and land* shipment well.- It i. also rioted burden than this lemon tree and it is drainage because it will empty-the ',

'1cold productt. If we had a sugar factory a is "favorable to keeping age on the score of size when comparedwith to this class, and the Japanese posses he may become a monarch or remarkable untldrmity in shape and only one of hundreds like it. The muddy 'old St. .Johns water' into i the .

';. the farmer would find a ready .ne when other fruits are scarce. -It the' large hard-shelled Wright pe. have a method of dryinlthem that is among, .en. 'J'he trifler who ..seize a ue and lor its high- Quaily. Fostered strong limbs'sweep the ground with a beautiful Indian river. They' tay
sale for.his cane 'or syrup, and the be handled in-quantities: equal to can. Otherwise the Halbert would less have than meeting with much ,died pretextto 'hitch up hit wagon everyday uy congenial toils., of burden of fruit, uniform in size, so will make a stench, make sickness and ''.

price for these '.would be immediatelyexpended the 'ge ceeas. whole trainloads si reached over U.points or kaki being pronounced equal and driv.e to town with a shcctful/ .unshine, the Rocky Ford melon in choice in quality that one forgives the all kinds of lugubrious things.to us '.-,
while the
in our town. We could tax ae. whie peach must be swift two points below perfection, dried fig of commercial. of( cotton or a bushel of potatoes merely t-ieorgta has sustained the reputation ithrat Owner for a bit of rhapsody No un who live along its anks. 'Hie scientists -

others to the extent of all profit on in' al directions, a few Alexander would have averaged nearly During the past 1 13 years I have to get a chance to rub up against achieved in Colorado Cant.- 'tilled hand applied pruning shear to tell ut none of these things are

sugars told abroad and hundred crates most in one con !.points. The Alexander. pecans "are fruited over a vaietie of kakl, most city wallc -that man, i lib. had hi. loupes thrive b.et upon a warm, -that grove.. From ten to fifteen boxes probable and common sense also aids
in the signment. The peach subject to the the fruit of a amal[ tree that grow place would be ditching in th oam soil. Upon soils the ) in the
bad up our town put money 01 f them 'imported directly from Japan, -street. heavy me- o the tree, and the tree only eight us denying serious consequences
..-- of our ,farmers because it .u.ck of enemi.which are less amen within less than one-half mile from but have learned from experience that Hut le him rather,stay at hOlle ons mature late and are apt to be rears old. From the twelve'acres 2.OUO alleged. 1'
and better preventive measures than the the Halbert tree--above it on the same days and. weeks together, and ilerior, quality. lands of '
w,. woud bring new settlers a our native American persimmon makesa planning The sandy boxes of beautiful fruit month will The draining of these lands meant
: lands and of paraskes of the orange, and which destroy I I.ha known it for fifteen plunged in his busy and fruitful labors; he region of Georgia per
for their wiregrast are
I market crops .1 creek far better stock on which to graft es- b c taken off the trees during the the opening up of a new Florida to the
: 'which would again help the togrow if more completely in a week than I years and have in m) orchard a tree fapariese varieties, adding lire; to the' directing wisely the labors of his helpers ecially well adapted to cantaloupegrowing three months. It haw to know flex? people. It it claimed that all the first

and prosper. and the bu.ine.en* the orange i if ruined in months. I growing, the product of some nut I fruIt and giving to the tree increased ; happy in his leisure l\oments\ in but very good crop of mel- how. -pays' class land has.been taken up and nothing '

1 P terprise among-us would sprout Yet the peach ia undoubtedly a more planted from it some twelve ye.r ago. vigor and hardiness. The Japanese seed- the society of his family; piling up substance otii--csn" also be produced Upon the Here's now remains but the and ridget.
,- .toil does delicious fruit than the orange more It will soon come inlo' bearing. around him until it take six- lighter lands of the central and an -orange grove which ten
&lionaire,at our cowpeas. 1'he lings-1-have so far tested hav not been wi northrn sold for But with this great body of the best
in dainty lends itself f to cookery and to Alexander i i. irregular bearer horse it Then years ago 1.UUO >n acre. It .
The country should do.business an satisfactory being of a wagonloads to haul away. poflmuuoi the Mate .ay. an' xliange. oesn't lands in the state reclaimed the patrician -.
,. its nearest city. That city is. in turn the most exquisite combinations of producing crops two to three years a- weakly constitution apparently but we should like- will he feel strong and rich in his pos tn the portions, however look right; it isn't right.You hammocks will lose their exclus-

bun4 to buy all the country offer for iced and creamed rrepar.hons. 1t.abilebreeding part, and owinlt its size only I galonor ly get something of value by crossing sessions. Then Will he have honta-of since, the .uppr) more variable, link oesn't.your Instead guide will tell you, but lie iveness and -the plebeian flat will rise

', .. Nothing should be shipped time of two at I .ha bud some ( lie, Jap.an on the native kinds, and add city friends, not only for his riches of greater care must be exercised in the be informs you that to the dignity oi groves, gardens and

'raw-products, because its greater bulk mildly acid; corrective fruits, such it next season-for th. sake of variety Iwo or three degrees to the persimmon milk and sirup and honey and his golden selectIon of suitable fieldt for the crop. when you can see sunlight through an farms for the million.--Cocoa and

,m.ls. heavier transportation charges, the peach and str.wbeui. are at a and in hoof\ improving! Its bearing belt, as the Japs are not entirely orchards but also for fine landlord- In the West t. alfalfa hat been found a range tree that tree isn't .healthy. Rockledge Newt. .

change of form at home give premium.We habits. If it had the regular annu'l' I iardy north of de., although I have ly character. Wealth brings culture. valuable crop to precede the -cantaoupe There was more sunlight 'than orange l's.' '
''labor Is and bring.' population: I. not believe despite the rot and the bearing habits of the Halbert tree it .tad them through 3 a zero tempera Let 'him fill his barns to bursting with ; in the Nm-th the melon grower to be seen in this grove. The.owner Msua'a Cowatry. .
go A Poor.
all thij plain Bartow it wise; Jacksonville curculio, that peach culture may be would be in all other respects as valu ture' when perfectly dormant. Of the crane and meat and cotton, With hors ii.cs clover in his rot.tloj/and the had mistaken his calling; that's all. '

Is among the foolish .virgin a made to pay well and systematically in able. varieties known to be correctly es and buggies, and his parlor will, South there is ( .can- The next orchard is the antithesis'of We are frequently caked whether or

.; yet.-Florida Times-Union. ._,, .. Florida. 'There are now so many new From observations made in this con nanted we now have T Suru-No-Ko Yeddolchc by. natural correlation'swim, in music t aloupes than a crop.'( cUr e.., which the last one It I Is only,four years old, no Florida is a poor man's opportunity, ,g

i :_I' I . and good varieties that the season for test and on other occasions I find that Fanji 'and Dal-Dai-Maru of' and song and his verandas will swing supply vegetable 'matter to the oil and yet the tree carry a heavy burden of and the answer has always been affirmative ,

f. Evilmtl.. .f tua Ormnf* tkiat shipping may be prolonged to a month the largest pecans grow on the ColOrado class and Costata Okama with the dance of the neighborhood ender! it loose and friable.The land magnificent fruit! And stfch1 trees! but never until the, other day hat ,

,' ; . Z. or six weeks by planting a succession. river where.the soilTs alluvial de pabundant fayakunia Yane-Nashi, Yemen and young.ter over whom'wi float the should be plowed to a good depth with Every one is the counterpart of the the fact been more clearly proven.
W .. Plant five or six varieties.inotprevent _ rah and where the watsr supply is fine old armor of a a ,, rorF" 'i- a Iwn-hnrsr, plmtf'' inm litll tim. In other; seyrningly. so uniform are they
and friend whoseJot,
; ; 1TT Japanese layiliiy,; *. of f the .Iu. Of theseI T" i"> iinning a ,, _
T. ctr. a rush in overflow of SIII. toc .cy.-T.-U. fie advance of the for and *o rich and in their
foliage.
that Is exceedingly Have ..hippin. from frequent I: have found th to be Yeddo- C season planting green though a rough one, had produced
them ripen .Ionl. the river. The next largest pecan in Some grower In the southern of it: used to be l'id that orange treeselded found that '
and will naturally stand ex- Ischo, Yane-Nashi, and Ytmon, the p.r most happy results, we out
hardy Then
treme.cold, weather.. has for year one after the other this entire contest, what, each sampleand fast named being far the best for commercial .o.tk.Bswaje Horsw the state prefer to-plow in the or no Income until they were' at he supported himself-and his wife( and ,
one-fourth of the each
I. pe.ch.on tree. 40 the and being early winter-, with a view of getting rid least five years old When thre
counted to pound years hit without
children place
the six on own
.
in Florida more pro.
The
been used Bureau of Animal Department
the outside and best ; then purpos. Industry
colorisytint little thinner shelled, graded a little 01 f by turning them up from old this grove yielded a from its
else
crop for
,
at stock on which a of mlet at any time working any one
grestive installment Although the persimmon will Agriculture has
second aneiJssP
out
or.nI4.men on a &Ie.nin. in of kernel -tharr the growon sent r winter five acres which told for 40O.. Thenext
-0 fyo' bud "! finer varieties. which and better higher amount almost any kind of soil, .from black its eighteenth annual report, a volume them to the element quater.. ane exposin and his start in life was a very small I
adjoining it -is
; Many effortt have also been made to colored thanthey would have been if Wright pecan. Thus it ran throughthis waxy to.the lightest sandy a deep sandy of over 70U pages, a recordof Georgia station included alto trial te the another five-acre one. Six years ago his place was rough
each sample cont.mm. a
'' it at the parent in producing new T entire contea what loam a vast of 'I iS.whicl> owner has refused undeveloped in the backwoods literally
use the hs< not been re is Be sureere plant- amount and observations of and ,
fertilizers
inst.lment prcerble. a commercial fS,000. you
flavor and larger size frt gained in was more than lost in numb the woudn't| blame him. four .. '
varieties of finer lug the the soil is free from made Much'of it is'o( interest ; he bought five cows and _
that stilt tttnd the rigort and frottt of Take the following list for a seasonal the 'score on kernel until at last two the root rot fungus this disease is to the south but chiefly in con- common acid form of nitrogen in phosphoric I What makes all this'difference! small shoats, and went to' work farm- ,

f. Winter,"-and with encouraging results.' successipn: Jewel Waldo Peento, of the samples scoring the smallest in a fatal to the persintmon a it is to nection with animals not peculiar to and potash combinations.varying- It's Not soil, not water, not location. ing. Now he grow corn, cane, rice, ,
numerous the
'. Bat it Was left.to a Louisiana grower (for south ) Bidwell Early size had the greatest kernel and with I he and apple. Sixteen feet apart Florida! as shed and goats, improved mounts'al advanced marked man.The cowpeas, velvet beans, sweet potatoes

;' : tOica'rry Uie, evolution to comple nidwell Late, Angel, Imperial Oviedo. the other good points carried off the gl par TU tree's to the acre is a suitable cattle, etc. The is pertinent difference in the of no the That remedy? and other vegetable, sufficient for a '
After tell: of prizes. Then is it desirable to plant to 1010wlnl growth plantswas isn't so easy; Like the poor, He hat sold '
ton yeart exprlment- These should prolong the shipping season distance for the and our Florida interests: discerned which could be attributed the large and hearty family.
primmon. -
.:and hybridization pro a and give for that length these huge hard shells in preference transplanting "This phase of the horse market i. Incompetent are always with us, over *iao worth of cattle and still owns
duced . which he .claim monf feast to the smaller but better paper shell care exerc.ed to the use of any particular form of and they can make just as big failure sold
i n orange of time unbroken of to put the tree in a little somewhat hard to When animals tIle three eight cows and calve He has
willi Moorish and bear' delicious fruittnthsfrozen the finest fruit that be'grown in nuts? I would say no;- for the follow when grown in the nursery and to press tre.t in rertiizinl elements used ex- out of orange culture as in a store, the over $moo worth of hogs and has too -
sold
Jan are on the market 'range horsesit cept ( blood. The
north where the ternperxtufe '' the United St.te. ing reasons: Size will vary in the he soil very firmly about the is which drie' shop .or the pulpit But we can help of them left, besides having fed his family. -

goes elow .zero. For p.che. may be grown in Florida same pecans, while quality will not. It More persimmons have been root. unbroken generally undertoo that they are plant upon) marked fertize'a. him tome if we will. The man who He live in a fine huntng country, ,

:-'rbiI successful deveopr of one ol ; that by all the poorest is a steadfast inherent principleand failure firm the soil hore. brought in were by green doesnt take an interest in his neigh deer turkeys, alligators '.,
the i J. Nor. ods. o'r transplanting by to and sold in, carload lots, dsually goitig healthy color and an unusualy vigoroussppearsrtc1"'i'be bor s affairs-isn't where he can"get ;
of modified like first-das
the-marvels that find cannot a neighbor '
1 one may countr b chanled. properly around the roots than from to the country to be broken and final- : upon the yield otters, coons and bears, which
1 of. the Hillside* size To illus. efec We
nqt Nurer.t .nd..gain may be by element. all Cuhtivationshould should lose no opportunity to turned into food
p.ch. other causes combined. I y re-sold as finished horses. On the was not I, however; apparent also can be judiciously .w 4
:t Florida be surpassed in irate: Take the two pecans be make plain the fact that cultures He is independent, ,,
JbrJuiie L the fn r'can but shallow, as the feedIng other hand if range men are equippedto orange or cash if desired.
calU his orange Georgia. California Jersey or Dela in this contest, the' One for its size, the 4:045Tht ; no sinecure. It call for call and if .
'MI of the persimmon are usually break their stock thoroughlyand Amthoxy Ovt. as much and obeys no man's beck or ,,,
ross'Bred. Monday he tent; The 'for when other quality'-'the Wright and the Hal- root brains
ware. PeentOv inst.nc. youn. as the commercial busies his children he '
surface hence average to t "if.TJiere
New Or- lear deep plowing do not such hones sell Anthony Union of a school were nearer .
J of',4he fruit to the thin. sandy land without fertilizer >ertj These in size frOm year to Truckera *. It needs 1 "'. '. "
.
\ v bntl and that grown on vary I. injurious As a fertilizer I have"found as natives and strictly on their merits. Anthony are to preparation and a love would have nothing to disturb his quiet ,
.Tlmt-Demor.t, paper I is. so different from the same rear, dependent upon the water supply. m.kin. for the toil and its of ,. 't
4- of six unleached wood ashes the best, "While the prejudice against a branded increase its vegetable-and product enjoyment of life. And he is one out ,
,.\ .# says they measured an average when produced on a soil wel enriched The Halbert tree isdependent upon but. any fertilizer containing an abundance horse it not so strong a. formerly will also enlargt it* cantaloupe crop And again the young titan It' bit many doing the same.' -Kissimmee Val. '
.. and one-half inches* in crcmfeence with mineral f newcomer the': rainfall for its surface water while opportunity. He baa all the ,
of enthu-
f4rian would do brand Lii. .
,- potash doubte. ,a still has a very cooling effect on eason. The soil in that ley-Gazette. >*-?-_ '
In C color, they'were from a would pro the Wright tree gets in addition over equally well Head I the ia siasmu, the energy and the 1 7-
smooth and thin. I trec enthusiasm of a prospective buyer ocality very rich and the canta- perseverance S.c
'Th&.ikin.was& ; clean nounce it of a different strain. Row from the river. Now the differ but We expect him to force the incompetent Stella-I missing a -, ,
> l near
had eed'than-the ordinary rune little after trees get, e.tab The memory of the evil disposition of lOupes grown there in the put have out came proposal *
) They fewer or.nie.* and were oC.onus- But probbly.tb. preeminent is necespity ence in the' rainfall this year over Jut hshe. except a may beness.r he old horse of thia.country-and the met with success in the northern as he doe in every.other last nigh V
ewet of culture swift increased the size of the Halbert
pech pec.nfrom allinj.: And
?
our high schools
shapely frequently exaggerated of and colleges Bella- You did
stories
Is to .
m.tket
,
fine flavor. The tree .le and'Mfe It is'utter follyto OB Ut> the It
'. feryprolific.' 'While, it the tr.n.miuioa to nuts to pound. While In. aathern.the'fruit be sure each presence, today, are constantly York rn the midst of the should give him a training that Stella-VYes. Hr got down on hit- .- ".
2 ;*e think of anything .than an ex some years In the past in the absence colored but firm. Exerience to the attention of the- last season" will be helpful him when be take '
brought he
th. public.How up and
1 .of the It ha train of The u.tri reeeipt knees, "thought was merely '
foliage i S.t.um&; rate speed. growermust"grasp of overflows I have known the Wrightpecan the
4. press > alone however is safe high .. This responsibilities of the of
.O bumerout:thorn of the this element of his of ;wi teach one v.it to state that the cha.C as. ) as pr care a looking for a ping-pong ball.Halper's

$; trifoliata... r : em with -a vigorous and pro In.teal;from a ten m.kir..pundit the proper condilon ; gathering. er disposition of the range honeand stociation aims to .. all of its pro.ducts grove.Our agrlcuhtur1 Bazar. ,"",-- .. .-, ,' 9p
unhesi.tn. Handle the his f. b. there.and will-not ,colleges
Writing to Times-Democrat relative band all experimenting percsimnton Individuality are being greatly 0 confine are today Poetical and pedantic young lady '
; There Is inherent less
to the Mr. N orma 'freight" or "refrigerator train" rate Is be no than size.quality. Hence should apt to -will carry in good shape.to improved b)th enlightened policy of its ,dealing with any one house receiving a new class of students! walking in the wood with elderly and "
.mple. reproduced
S. .ent Europe If the most but will give all show' They come from rich
.. properly pecked, the least prole.i.e ranchmen Hit biddes. or. well-to-do learned professor, -
,
.sf"It > only trlfin. you plant nut of inferior quality bruits disfigure the fruit and induce temper is closer- families. 'Thejr intend horticultural
wthsiz by takng
'of m7'new
: U:'the ,earliest of any The frosts oi spring Intro alone jto recommend wi btered S's I up ""Oh, Mr. Bookworm, look at that -
.eed- tem decay have found the four basket communication and better A writer the Scientific American pursuits, end they get a train
"cr far out of many element of hazard i II ,
so duce I
,
.to' inftulnguhe hardy citrus sometime*n aggravating.Later fall cultivation a place where environment ar. less crate the, mqat- imitable .package for methods of h.ndlin.and the standard say that he put an end to ing ia the study of plant ifejn chemistry magnificent oak Let ut stop one roiq- A '" '.'
efectu.ly
'.Ung favorable than I must tell him how the ofWive ,
,,' t.trifoliate' blood' into 'the emi-tender hardening of the wood and the parent tree psse. .hlppln.and preferably the fruit should of breeding raised by the use the hawk in his 'pout- and kindred sciences which wilt make ute sight ?
0 varieties ed what can you expect ;but a .ml. > Prices durnVg-the of large numbers of .bred sires them theoretically horticultural
obtained past pure try by old correct -
scythe r
I_,lave buds with a richly be.wrapp feW yard ,
Lf: \.$atum: a' zero .; fertilizing the p.sle'manure inferior nut; while on the other re.' from.75 ceat* to that.have. been brought in from the round to a 'razor .tharp edge These young men'will some day and daughter'all remind ut .

will.ca .tnd.* orange tempr.tr.quat of- superabundance of proucUo if you thath ave all the dealable "pr. JrDJc fyfed-l4 tree"If eastern state.and from Euro At down on a bi,1 pole & the edge ofa.feld become' scientific farmers, and though We' must make oqr. little pile; '

: with possibly little bitter coming fn relays];' to blo replace bud. ,,,qualities, even'* should they " .from the tame 'time the qu.lt near II. yards; The hawk, we may laugh at them at first, we shall And, departing, leav*-behind ut; .,
hi.
; whidtls.I .however. ;.almoSt impereeptihlek.Ia.alM later aol InStallments that,,,may some sm.ler,'tbsp the ornl.-f''it one to two crates and at 10 yeart'thi| and endurance of the native'. h.e teir habIt: on the afterwards make use of the knowledge Cash for them to'live in style, '

,: the ,fruit U intermediaU have been 9n.frosted-these are conservative come ether yield ,will Jfee& doubledTh* t.e..N; been.ret.iDed and, however,.we may claw*, pce&asp the college ha* taught them,, -. ; ., i Life. I

\betwten. the 'parent, .Tarieti U.U and far-sighted pi'ovWon"Wbich lostnothing' except that"which -can IncUnc to oyubar.and if a look' range stock personally, bat'their feet.were badly ev4' Tl. Thai firmer the< fruit-growes-sny ,

"" shaped., *bill .kinned. ..wHhfnri reduce the losses from,frost modified.Let me'encourage everyownef"of afte lun.,dto Lthipaingought. we must admit'that the foundation is angered 'them, and they 'oil tiller-tannfit from the peculiar na- Porto Rico is, to have a revenue cutter -, .
globular .t
-' and 'l lIT a-piece, of( Jf nothi .to b> there for a excellent horse fd't. tore of his to.coast,around the island and care ,j
seeds. The tree thorny I.ad C/bu persimmon scythe, literally' and calling,' join a., big trust
they always .er
atoc to
t ',The crossing I ,snd.inter- lnfmm'. I 'o'Do ar-. a town-lot.to pcn' j'igh i is a iloomer.Jiejnee is tcjdom.njnred The ay.tem.ti exprmentin. ht 01. tonne got tot"ort of,it,n.il'.Dd Eyer ombine. He must cultivate his patch for her' harbors' a. U .rdone in this 1,
rolife" eombi.o at. er .afcny.heY Now is tbe beautiful 'by spring (roitt/and three ttf been % hawk of ground in-hi country.. V -
mke don than 'met
: tme came own ItisVtterto. .
na e .Ortnste &'h' treea .to e \ along Wth. way. .___,._, e- - ,
0 J .d. vet)' I tf -- v _.._' < 4 shade tree wel as the most whole fot,4cropainay, b cputc4pa neg youngster .haa been very .ucufu reception and within a *hort time they The success of the fruit industry of '
tl" b !' some,nut in the .-H.,A, Halbert In .t though-grades of California 111' nothing1 that toslesi'n '.
JOe a""il: "I.. ) .only qualty were either killed or-driven away.. It rest* on the'tfforts of the ,
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excellent editorial plied by two and o eaf, does {

w.'P.'A.B.VANS lLuuua.AGNEW; (f PIIoPa To., .,' space to UK new Impetus glren 'to the not''equal the asets The' 5s. T. OW Na. PROPRISITOW 1III .
caul* .raising problem of the Stale. by '
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J*'' r. A;VAlia. AuaKW.: Editor.Intend the present Influx of Western! capital Mutual Life Insurance Cm S ''

; energy and brain of New SPECIAL U'ATES'BY TiE WEEKCOMMERCIAL. STE. .. ; .
pany
York
I at the pMtefllM la Xlesimme. ... .
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a._...IAM stall mM.r.I "We would dearly like to reproduce I
S Tatal sad rilooTk S
I It. article la full for'the benefit of our . TRAVEL SOUCITED. I JOILU' s
auDBsrtb1!* will itissa ...... II
J. tuev fall to f.1 th.. .paper ntSuSrtvrf1 : : reader.wha-may not happen to .,eo $ I5,882,25oS
.... __..". ettons axoant from four author, \ Ffu in 'Town.Agent '
1.- ,':::.;. .p,a4.DIe ..u.. bi .lpoct b. .the. them In their original.form, but we Situated Near Depot with FI Lnko View.S .- est Turnouts 5 '
must be content to pfrlot their 'tub S I : TA'N'K.8PUMPS
A-sn. -----i ,
1te,0i, a.4__ .&1a aol.> returned vales* '.L c .'
Celled ? stance at lea. .. It lay:

: pressed The eJl'tor or r _li not._re
A.4"F B*had oa snnJIoaUvn. Qalneivllle New draw attention tothu .or
fBAt thn.fc ana of Lda arr.mt'' ChlKm.ru j'' .. aay eeWw eempeay U me Armour Co. ri ETC ETC .
-- w Fertiizer' _
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'W: OB.CHPT10X KATCa.Oa packing OmpDIfj?;* recently put" S ) AleuCentrrlor torArtesian

*eepf,ona'.... ..... . i.oo itself in oommuntoaClon with >certain Tale c.has. p.iky.dOwitOs) sos '

Oa eopf, six noatbs .. .,. .: jo Alachua county land owner, with, a ,..- S -
O..u..oau...;,... ,n ,....\.. .. view there uwk S S : -
1.0. etabUhlng a :
.t\ farm extendve Male. ThIrifl $569,000,000 .
\ upon an
1 Friday, January! 16, f903. i In queUon,alarmed by the grow. 1 '. **"D- .

Ing scarcity of available ostule in the Wham Shan 1 laaMf* ,
Wo .. Grade Whiskey Pump W J .
-, Western State, baa recently extended S !

TH5ALE5I1A(2 FALl ZN. lu grasing operation'' to toe South, Ti MUTUAL Lin. INSURANCE .
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Concerning t.h.-' event which have four such farms having already been State.Bank.4isimmee' Hig' 5
NEW
COMPANY YORK
started In Alabama and Georgia. OF K .ali-e'Fla .
happened whereto the establishment . "In the meantime,.moat remain to RKKAaa A. McCvna- PreiMrau. S

of large, eattleranches, under be'done nearer home by home people -KentuckyExchange *
CECIL Manager
fence and in .h. hand of careful working' a* belt \they may with such WILX Fla. . f --0--t 'S S 5 : '

10 and.far-seeing men.hai caused much tool. a* they find readiest to their M. TILLER. Fla. 'Insurance.And :
Al"lnt XI.lmmee.
't Facility
hand. Familiarity may not 51w171breed Offers to Customers -
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F .attention to b* turned to Oaoeola contempt. but it 1* only'toa apt S . 1 Ever ; AMD.

I .county in particular, it i I. Inspiriting 1.0 engender lndifferenoernd' our peo-: aty.'ComwilBsloaers. Consistent with Sound'MaageJet S ' -

y to not*'with what general chorus of ple.b.". in the pat too generally KIsslmmee, Fla., Jan. 5.1903, : i r:: CA" E, 1. .LJBDYJ RcaUEstate. .
approval' failed to make: the beat. of the ittua- The Board.of County Cmmlalo MANAGER .
> the newcjia been receivedby I'tion. Fortunately, however IDdlo.1 era CD..med.... 10.. m., lobe. Personal .Attention t All.BusineBl htra.t to. Vi. S S Pho-nlx of London. ,, x .. : f I

t ,the State in general. tion of a change for the betterare. reseat .D.) .., -8r.chairman; German American., \: .

\( Florida ha top; long 'uttered' from not wanting. and in come 61 the greateattle C;,. S. Aor. H. 8. Partln O. F.'Wii. .-LLsiow! bare the largest stock of Winco VVhiskie- Uome; of New York. .' .' , . S

%_ the preoarlou reputation. of being, cole. counties of South Florida there lams J. M. Walker Commissioners N. B. CARSON. 4AIlIIN. ''o.ur.ol Co.; of North America.. : ,
I* already a tendency toward Improved ; W. J. Bears, County Attorney S S S and Beer 'ever handled in 'Ki*.imme Al Brodklyn.' . **!

I )coupled.with!,I the Industries of orange method of management in and W. R. Johnston D. C. ,' .' ": grades at prices tO'iuit'the time : Pbonlx Royal Kxchange. -.. -.

and truck raising, and she ha. gained !this great Industry.. And it I. much The minutes of the last. regular .. Orient.. S .

-much' mixed advertising 'from her up to be hoped that whatever success may m.IDrr read and approved. . St. Paul Fire and Marine. .
and down along th6e line, until it attend the proposed Chicago investment ... n m..tr of the report of the Citizen of Missouri. ... -

.-. had in Florida cattle. range, our own viewers t> road in Section 14, Dweola,_.,,. Florida 1 steve S :: E S epO Home. .----'. -
become almot Impossible to dissociate TALK. GerJl. '
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stOckmen will hot remain mere look. Township 25 8., Ual 87 E., the or Ufe. .'. t' .
t '" her fortunes from these per- er-on in Venice until the goldenopportunity ) viewers having report, were There seems & be a diversity .f STATE CoverT FW.IDA.r I .

slitent and nver-ay>dle agricultural baa paednever to return.'" requeptnd to do so by the n.I'metDI opinion a* to ..Iu of Cub a.a Before the underelraed ...u.aJ1 WILLS' JR. -
r of the lioard. future market for Florida CsWillie.. C. Panooe. :TA. I. BABDBNt- rpriator. . M. .
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pursutts so when she began to assert Tbeee word express .desires absolutely A communication from Hon. H. W. the cattle raiser of the State would w. U. Lewis. C. m* known iAi tbe person .
I the fact that she .oould raise cattle Identical with our' and 1li .... and who the 'forannln; \ .
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own Long,, president. of the-State Commissioners to to-work and Improve the present articles 1 asS who acki.cv/1 KISSIMiVlEE FLA. .54.
more cheaply) than any other State in to be hoped that they will bear Association tnJa to breed o( range cattle and also STOW adieil&o _, t be their frceael a i .
roads teaS feed their the status. of lobe and for the uses and purposes therein
the Union very' noje"! Interest. < -
; In, the faoof the great In a later Issue it publishes another information. marke ne be of small conse Wltnees n>r I n and offlnlsl seal), this, *60
The chairman reported that he had beef raised .In Lb. '
accumulation. of-. lOll of ,commercial article, commendatory' of Ooeol old the orange crop from the poor I quence.State. will' b in demand. Halfstarvedrange 2"D.A.D.11 wl.IOe ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. THE OLD, RELIABLE

.confidence which had piled up to her county' progressive way, which far' and had received therefor m.". not be in demand (ts.a'.i] \t__ _ _ lo..011. -

credit.. freely discusses the rootof the whole 1180.6. and had paid out as expense but so much t7Il.. better if It loads to BTATE OF FLORIDA.I .SCHEDULE EFFECT NOVEMBER at. 1W3.jl'lTp ,
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and produced !the adoption of new method*.- Augustine rout Cooiivr. i "
; Rumor about lbs matter .in a manner both conciliator; .a. 122.1. 51 Irf al ii
; arose possibilities Iteoord.Th < Before tbe S HtSIHp :1. '
'"great" eattle breeding under 4111'.roeD' and wise, and we reproduce I IV In f full bounty rlp. ..0 Evening came Bobert (.4.r'-Ulhn'ra.I': Ma 4 :.p .. .. Lv.Teespa ..-...Ar..14-hey ? UOs'tiiOplOilOp' \
N 16.3. the net p utherSf to m* 10 90s Mpw 4 IWp .Ar.. .PI.naClt7..Ly. .121. (04aHOm .tp 9 hOp
c k- methods.whloh were called forbyfe'O a-followi: amount wa placed to the\. In and oh., enbecrthed Id the fitrMolnc. anlclea I 10 4*S Imp 62r> ... .. .lakeland.. .j. .LY . 641 540p
crp. New Orange Tree. of lai-orporatloa, and nrknewledsad the elocution ... ( 7 Ar..Lakelaud ..1< ..Ar cUp IO

4 the oeasele. march of changing time, theee, "Attention column wa to. the recently growing drawn' intere in A.. of Anderson general revenue.J. appeared before the The SUM press In many alon for the thereof uses t purposes be their therein free ,act.and deed ,' ..: 6"lp& ft22 S 6 i 0.: A:::". ..::.Ilartuw..t.v Arosdie :;::::::::.1.9 -5 2914- : : ::;; : ::::: : : : JQX4\
and few outelde those who bad studied .. .tla0' r& :
!. cattle of Ibis and made settlement for !the has been calling attention to new 1 and oOcUl seal 4 I OOp Ar..Pnnt'Uo1..L.o 1 !
in the u.a. .
displayed range D.r produced by_the Departmentof 1Mb_ A. D. ism. II ..Ar. .. .,
-theque.tio'n--3oo..Iy 11o.e4.111 Orange
c ,- State bythoeewbodevotethemselveito O"lo hlr.ol-bautl ,0''J.-1--. ___ ., s I
Agriculture, the hardiness of which '- I-**pill Ola r 055...

lief in them to sink deeper than their tock-raUlng, in-. the. North; and in ,the a ," of the forfeiture 4. so great that. It will thrive and fruitin ( .) Clerk Circuit Court. I 1-Mp sop 1 1 67a na.: ::: : ::: KIsalmeses..Lv..I.:: :.:;::::: :::::: .: 1 & i-5
IIDen' JoBBSoir, D. j
: .kin.. But DOW that th. rumor h&v.ch&ng.d discussing the cltuaUonthe bop was districts two hundred miles north By I A. C. . .." .t i

to actual abatement which expreed ifwa* too..that late. .,our make peoplr good ue would of ere the ftnd.Tb.4pltcation| for State pension of of the preaenV orange belt; In fact thedepartment. Hollos February Is hereby A.'D.'.vtvm the thai,foreiolnc on th*tad article daof SMp 4'Op Mp. 4 7'."45a... : -. .....:A':.: ...: ..:..okyli.: : : ::::::: :.::: :::..::.:.::::...: .;;..Il.S i ?

may D* verified and to actual fact manifold offered them in H. A. Mathew wa examined and ap- has tried It with! .uo. of Incorporatloai \\1 preesau te tbe Governor !
advantage .
.4 the Stale Florida and appUcatlofor -
which be seen, the pulse of the proved. SIn as far north .8o Carolina. thereon he made. > S S :: -'. -
may this direction.pointed Iob.occ.alon the matter of the rent of !the room The fruit .. and these may letters potent WILLIAM C. PAKvOKS : .. '. .. .. .................... ...a.-- lOUOp$ >
public ha. been stirred and excited It. wa also out upon In the court house tothe Osoeola probably produce a 10.t ..alu.bht'r. U. A I.KiHTSKy ,7.1".... l.V ..T.n.t Lk..d. .. .............. I rap bJHG
to a .urprl.IDIr.nd gratifying. pitch that. a movement in the rlgh I W H I.KW1H.KhllEItT Ar. ..." .. . .. ,... .. !20p
had been mad. I 10 County Abstract. en motion 5 CAIUTnite. Ar ..Let-shun L..S 44
without. it. knowing: even yeUthe half direction of the southern already cattle* counties of J. F. William Cmp.ny., .IDded bv C. 8.Acroe. far as Florida fruit 1 I. concrne. HICIIARO E. CARUrllEK! & Ar.:' : ::". . .. Orala ;...... ..::::::::.:.::.. : : : : : : 4l'p
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of the good tidings still In store. of porno the State; and an lnu*>e tlng. casein the rental' wa a ISO per there I is no d.nlf'r of any de....In. :- S I 4 ..' ....Ar Aro'. S.U.I.e..I.. ... ............. ........ .. .. .. .., ....124,.

Arlcona- ban gained world-wide' point 1 I. covered by the following annum, to be paid to . Cuntl Its !ra' msy b.I I MASTER'S SALE. 4h 70p. Ar. . .. .Jsrklouville S ... ....... ...... .... 1. .. .. .1. .
a the. KUilnunee ALLEY Treasurer quarterly, and. pla the production in the as .. . . .... .... .i.skatsd.. ... ., ......L.. .. .. .
reputation. as a, cattle producer. and paragraphfrom him in the general revenue fruit of this new competitor' I I. not of I I JOTlrl'.14. of'IIKREBT a GIVEK.of forrrliMiure that' bndr-., 14.. ; lOp POWER ,
GAZEKTB!: :: d. *
has, no doubt, deserved It, although ', 'This new company i I. located ort C. S. Acres presented a letter from ,'the .woL order and, although Its chief I value U not will altogether sale he Kourth made and Judicial. .Circuit by the of Circuit Court In .
.r it is assuredly a dry,.waterless and e south end of Lake Klsalmmee and It D. Dr1alor, was In rl.rd and to the filed lan-as at first lav sour in possibilities for m.klol lor the C. nnty of Clay' l In Ch.."ld.. ..& : : :: : : : : ::: ;::::: : :::: ;: :: ::: : THERE I sB

,.-, arid country, which bas been pushed their land Half consists of thl 1*of now about fenced 23,000 and Information.The . .a mArmal due.HPurther . the Xfel Ihrrvlu day of Pvb'b'IWJ The a ; : SUp L" '.... .Tampa ..: .11'' 7 11s4'7110A. ? ........' _..... .....L" S U.DslJy 41.WOmen .
acre .
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to the front by the energy of It* Inhabitant following bills were examined development of this remarkable .. on sod< axioM Sunday..5I
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!the rest will be completed hortly.The valuable Ur s, pomplalnaat InJackannvlllo.Tinipad . .. ..
result In a most 7 0 tlOpLv. lampe. : .tt4-4'.e 7
and to wit: .. 30' i "IUp. SOp
*. Allowing Ibis, why should .4 day of free range in this orer paid tn I ] K.y Wert Kallwav Cora S IOp'.Y. U. ,

Florida have the slightest -fear of anequal1 part of the State areover.. We haven C W S B.Acrca Com" and. ml_.. I s J groves, m.r would to our recommend ownorange. ,1 Jl.uiay.(.Olenan.Alice WlllUm.Arehlbal'l I I)Mascrs.. S. Williams.H. T. Keuitsl lotert; I 5 5 C. -71'74\ ..i alp"" Ij slip Ar ...1.T..apCh'.Ar.' I" ".031 34',1 ".1.p I Need i

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or bet.ter101)8I.. P Arizona this for aome time pat, and U 8 H rUn ". ".. ft 00 trial. la groves of a few trees. .. Awlffnve of SoberS H (qluia.heChs.hamtfslktsai 5. .t. A... CI..Dor... ....... LY I.y .1. ...
4 though fencing and pasture will at JFIIlto.n. :- I ItO 11 Bank. Edward McUoosU.' : '
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cttIem.nhsve seen the splendid J M W.lker" MInu Walker' Fmak W. pop the S. 11p Ar .1srpoh sprIngs .2
the *
caule
few !
ooun.l.r1a. ,
feet owner J 11lop.1 .
a . .. SDsll7.zeept ,
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.. N Clark and A.411o 0 White Fly. V.I. Realty .".1.4. I .- I"Dd. "6 S.
unrivalled grazing L CO.pDF
capabilities of our large will receive a permanent ben W. ) Attorney .. . U r '.. a constant supply ploodmUln msurlel or
Cuutily
land and unlimited running water eflt.' C iNi" Jail I Unsrd .::, :::: : .:: 11 : The white fly p" which ha beenprevalent ::at public ornery".(:the Coon: \ :: Pullman sleeping car* on 2 and 32 between Jackla..Ueand Port Tampa. 1'd' 0 under the eeuatant
I K C. ol and 1 In .. groves of the said 4o.sly, .,. Hlal of '.
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the to | pourfarm
.!supplies! and they do not fall to compare 4Ten year ago proposition .cro... ....pr .. .....'.10. . all) Florida for some Is receivingattention : the City of Green ftprtnrs. To TIlE BAT j--| : T TIE WEll? ..T.1 there I lack 0. -.- .
., fence a Florida eaule range woul J ,inllor. .. . .. f'arl. 0 tbe Nest M.-odiy In Febraarv. A.P,IDeS Chile $00) Ly..T..P...Ar jIOSO 7t 1 All tralna ,.. u t .le .
Arizona, a* a cattle country, unfavorably have been scoffed at a* prepocterou 1 )cOr.I Imo.upl _I..tlo . 1041I ) -from expert tntmololll.t tame, beta* the eeoond dsy of said month :. '.) 41(1.'; .Ar ,0\ nap _I_, ___ _ 4.1 _ 1 .speear upon tb*f la o
with Florida, which 1 t. valuable Impraotkoable, and this would H ak. brlulo clsetlua' (5. In this and other cuuntl. lat.t Irish Bales day,within the hours of I iB>i.Ar.v.rcroM| .l.v ..IM I OOal SOuuLv .. Tampa.... Ar l 00pSOft. 7 lOpliOns The remedy needed Ui Dr.Barter's Iron Toalo.Motklnc '
tarul.m.. .... bl.. ...... .. ... 4 0 experiments for 1 Ibe property described lu .* as follow : I lAp Ar. ..H.vaUnah. .L" a 84. 7544 5 .lua L".I.'kooDYI..Ar 7M stab meeta this panteulBreondlUou aawall. !
:. information from such men, especially have been the cane, not. only at home, I Lvako1>raCo. utsdicilna& prliunvr .. 1 troublesome (. extermination been : :1 .. 6 'Ar. jChnrtyiiUin .I., II mp WplO&UalUa ::.. . .. : IMia4S7s : Usa of It ha. mad Iboue,
but most of all abroad. But experience K i Srown. I lumbar Cr505 Creek brldva 7?t these nurcts having The mortirased and dscribed I4 ll4.'! jjiwao.a 1 ..ValdoMa. .w.0 ,
their opinion : p >i Ar. 1i1t'I_ : : r i r BOOB of women look younger them ,
when they back I mnderby illon Cook, of' In sell In Uie bill .f 1' : 12_ "lap f Zfta '
S iMlutlug < com '
la teacher whote per Ar"bm"YI..LY
a monition Pfe..r =! ArTTStlchmond"SOniAr. It not
O'Qulaa oau&'a. foal only
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.. 5)550 In said described Ia 1 411 .Ly > a .. 74 P a even younser U.I.llt
t with dollar in t.ha matter of proof. none may ignore and the gradual ; kcps) :.; .S. .:pau., :..:: s 00 I England. echaole. In .p.kIDI' plains ExhIbIt. Thl U all very well, but we would march of event ha at length brought J )p.i..I W 'M' of these, says: aold drwrlhed In Exhibit 'II" .In. ..: Baltimore : .Lv tV>a ll Ar! : :: : .. sod sli alimsas'pies- .
to the point where they can I UII paup I.. .. .... .. t M Wilton Cook of entomology saM .. tyln and 4 U..11 2.54. Ar..Ptalladnllila..Lr' >545 UUHp *2 los Ar. .Kvansvlli S I. .. f sax It cares beoau s It removes lb -
Ilk to see our own cattlemen enthused our people necessity of radicalcbs..ge .I.Tbumpaun..,1.bIDI paupar 0.0.. .tr... 7 7 In the. University of Birming oi. :: ::: Clay: C'ttrna. Ir jlr.: 7I.Ta. IVHliUr ...N.wYu.t..LY ePpI I'2'A : .. chlce.O..l.v: 700p = = It Just what nature endstobntogb.sttO.
that directs perceive the a KnKotan.ooinlalool...,... .... ... solo Lto ._, e
with the foresight .17 arrived In New Yorkon ) .5
same ham .rou. r..lt
of method That. such interacting ... EnRl.nd. . TlHUOlOAR8ERVI
WalMr B. Br sulllni Orasiscoppo..r ( Ht. Jubni. .
who espouse.. . ........ .. .. from England : Nos.. sleepers Stile..Ar. .. ,LiY""I'p' '
,, the action of these Western men, Innovation a* that describe farm . SO 09 bywav folk 'el "In ties Hlale of Florida sad 1od Pulm.D .. . .
between, New York C''I'
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HIM VlI.yt1.a.u.pubtisbiug itniqunli. of Canada .
know exactly what. sort of an animal by our Ooeola County contemporary ..... . . d"orlb as r.lo. Jak.on..ll. .., P.
alaetors' . .. 1 and Port I y .....
t" .* .. C I rof. Cook isan- In the die Owsou Countr. 8sc. T. .L Ac. Tampa. Dsy '..
expert coab.
i wanted for beef in the great worldwide are largely due ,to the appearanceupon C ulecram .... ...:.. ...... .
I y.t ....... tween Jacksonville and Cars between'aavanuah Dr.Harter'Ironlonic
the in recent of Western W A mdia 170 eases of plants caused by InH. and AI' Fr.. .. .. 1 Ill U Washington andOinlng and -
; markets, and who lore not lookIng teen year and H '.c on "p.r;; ::::: a> 00 Is particularly white All.. .......... a .n.1 New York. No. 78 snd 2 carry Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonvilleand
stockmen of .
mean experience Int.ereat ) .. .. ,...
,. Al .,4
Oao .*( work on I 1.0Whit. .. 1 .
I toward 'a future Cuban market cannot be dented; but it I I. Hall)) o. Crab Gross roadBHLanlvr \. 10 M By pest., which many year All .........,.4 1..'. 4 IA I .J.el New Yorl via Wa.hlnJn and Penn. R. R. Nos. 78 and 23 oarry Pull fJ
? local .... 4.. In thesedays to know that thee plooeer worl ." .f., SOlO worked so muoh dam sire tothe annual AIl.,4)b.A.$ .' 'i, C man bt ana St. Lul" via Montgomery.Steamers .
gratifying ;
& ;
or merely a ::;::::: :
All IP2 5*
::; AirduIg1I
41 S ; .4 lilO
Florida "
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; bf both and Call
Paler Raularson. :
l leave Punta
Qorda and
been half orangecrop, '.OOa arrive at Fort Myers 4.00p.
of upheaval and progression in the good work have met W coats ....... . 5 All. .".. O.f711WGC'l2' 52 I ;
way.by our own cowboy and .cattle O II.bD.a.o. <.la. . ... ..... ., fornia. In order therefore to makea All ... ...Jj. I'.J.1;\ I' 7 Steamers leave For Myers at 0.00a and arrive Punta Gorda 4.30p. Dally
old time method are. treated with but men. -" J w .ID..11. ..........' ,M' thorough practical study of the pest" All:::;::C...:::: ,.:::J = : =. except Sunday. i _

'- scant respect, and the far-sighted man A* a mater of course the land abutting C r ..t J P _".. t so Prof. Cook wi visit! the orange growing All Alt .... ........ .... .22 I 0.5.54 Steamers sail for Key Wet. and Havana Tuesdays,., Tur.dal' and Sun. ..' ( J

does not condemn new Idea in a upon the water ooune of the *eotlon After which the board-tofik a reoei districts these two sections of All'1 . . ........ ..4 .A .. 52454 day .t n.op. -
S .. .... ... debilitated sive* toes Bad
the 44000All ssraiuTthens enans.
which !the V OAZETTE until p. m. country.All .2 1 t at Jacksonville for all point north eat and west. .f
spirit of hostile or rooted obstinacy, to ALLEY I .... ........... aUeUetly to muscles and UtmnMum,rounds out 5
board J .
*: refer, are considered the "choice The reconvened at 2 p. m., All. ... ..... . ...2 1'1 Information regarding the ebeule..broulh. car wasted tisanes and ths visor of thsaarvmssTStom. .541 '
n but he" 'weighs all !thai I I. for and location. and will be the first to acknowledge all being present. S kinds of JOB WORK promptlyand All ....... .... ....... ..... .A 1 I'. "1 I'1' lions, etc., may be secured Upof.ppUo.lo. any. .rraoJnt.re.crv\ It_.qulokUr-1 Just surely
Idea making his Messrs. H. C. Stanford J. M. Wilson neatly done'this office. All . .. ........... ) aj .
against the new up the supremacy of the wirefence & .I O. K. Sad pennaueBtly.Loss -
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own mind after (quiet and Impart.lalt.houeht. ; and not the Ie.*.., mong the axvantage Jr., and H. N. Br.Ln. a committee Al............... ..... ...1. u I 54540 S. P. OLnR. Jit. Division Pass. Ar.'t. Tampa; of appetite of ambition, as'vo.s
attention offered the enterprising of the Town Counol, Articles ol Incorporation ot the A'l.. ......... ... 4 1 "a f'7Al. T. M. EERON. Trir Mg'r.. W. J. CRAKJ n.} P.-A. H..M. EnutBEONA.T. M. pains In the b.back kidneys,umns,. *- ,.
without paying any board that .. .. .. ........ C by Uartar-sUoaToal
the .
tockman by our State I I. the. ample before .le they I 0.1R Wilmington. N. C. ..A D.
advisers or to Lightsey Lewis & Caruthers .................... f.i -
I to cheap and ranting supply' of water everywhere to be rescind !the order made No"embr ....................10 1 .") thousand similar 't I
the desires and need of local politi. found. When not abundantly distributed \ town to Cattle 0.1 T ...o o

cians. throughout ,the coun..rlln the DotU1IDIt.be c.l.b. and asking !that j.1. Company.The AI..n!! .. ..... ...............! s (4405) o v'.Y1

The Florida cattle Industry 1 I. destined shape of crystal lake or winding' rlver . town to Continue to -._ AII ..: is iui M in tOll (turnAil is* Mallory Steamship Lines I: Houston. .D t tilL .I .
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*. it 1* seldom so deeply burled beneath use the room In the Jail, the town oa4.nl..a".bF I.tAl.moly. Al U I "My,.I.rl used your .-
to be a success, sooner or later the surface a* to be beyond the promising to do all sanitary work virtue' of .the.0...) .orr.l._ laws..the ..iM in War, a I.I December,"I

and It rest with the men, now native* reach of the well-digger'' augur and necessary at the court house and to Hlale ol Florid. as laid down lo the RevisedBtalulas ,All Ail : *in f e 041.20 i THROUGH TICKETS TO ,.w'. "lwu. o P "
for- keep the room in good order and el rlorlda, and the Art. of 'halab. Lecli .: RuSe ...b&h e Bis
of the soil to either hasten or to retard piping; and this fact in Itself must thereof and supplementary All: sa ew. Cherry Bisters sad two Liver .-
which la boundto evur free the .LOokmaD'.choaen Industry make it secure, at the expense of the n': adopt th* followln arilclee) ol In All Ail..nM n eio) 0, York New Haven New London Fall I BBS BOW oi 1.
this great object, motion of J. M. n 31 ewAI -ew Jhilacelphla. River P e
from one of the greatest drawback town; whereupon, on op.lo.! ,. m 5100 I a* aimobert *
benefit them together with lbs whole It has ever encountered in the great. 'Walker the following order .ABTICLB. Al. ..................\ .I & l" l rovidente, Boston and all Northern point old Biefllnlnsssail would dot akane* .for,

State; and l let it.be further rem.mbored and arid West." made: The name of this orolo. shall b Tbi.lahlssy ..,. 4 l. 505.75 any o tue Dew ooas Blade. SS
That \the order made by the A .. ,. I a S4 am I Mrs3A.Piebstt S S
Cab.
1.1. co. --5.
that It It 1* hard to keep a goodman bo.rdl with lu business A i M .
requiring the town to vacate ] Florida with each branch elcee All:I.i 14 -:
5155. __ STlw
down It Is .urel.bard.r to keep COHMCH Proceeding. a* a calaboose, be and the same U .0"1.e may be established elsewnar: All .\ : & Ml.. LOWER.RATES5. fsI.sahae ami Is. "

.. a good country down and Florida, hereby and that !the LOwnbe All 1 "'11*
TOWN HALL, Jan. e. 1M3. I rlnde. & 1. Ilr All.IS Every bottl of D. .
knowing now her strength and resource 8n..lnu. to use the ABTICLC II. All .*> uuri .r's Iroa ToutS
The Council met In session "
regular
: in with Th. sensral asture of th. holiness to be All & -msr :oa S
., doe not intend, to be kept there being present H. C. Stanford the room Jail, made upon until the further In..&by said corporation shall he as fellows All .. s t B41MAI BMW THAN VIA- 0_'hace504o J I,
or -- - = J.M. Wlllson, Jr., D. C. agreement : S t. Inalatoa
"down longer"; president; D.-
: 1 124'
any Lee H. N. Bratton. and J. R. Ol Order of this boar. The radios'I ,bnylne, sad aeillDS or otherwise All j/aav fntr .
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The report .;various county deallL or tradln; la cattle, horees sheep.soetaand All. l ANY OTHER S r SJtOKMM OOSJPMrfDATTON
a t l. LINE.
bert, Jr., clerk. ol live stock...animal. .
SPREAD'IT ABROAD. The minute of the last regular officer were rea. filed and ord.reddeblt.e4. ..birds oh.r .ka'. lo soil and die- I .- ..... ... . 53540 OHM
report of all kinds of merchaudlH .... .I & SMm.n .
examined and T. T..urr' pose ware. , All U BMI4K Of..wms CbMty \
This art.lolI.&ken from the Kustls meeting Report were of officers .were approved read and showed folowlDI onband.towit wood products timber'frnlle of any(rains and,all minerals 1..0.1..1. and sluOh.r I, All All o..u.oct... .... 4 4 I nv 4M* S Passenger leave Jacksonville e.er Thursday a* follows :- >. t'I I -

tmke Region 1 18 too full of sterling approved.The : .to acquire own ) Aliofen.urvey.d..15 MS* o Via the "Sea Island . . . . . i
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Met.Limited
; following bills examine ._ I.aa.Fond..5)064 (4 1..4pJ peodurt. All of*e.urv., M oio: a. rn. ( __ .5ii -
from tb were T. .... . tl :' its roads, All of.._rn,.,east .2 .a.1 ,
truth and sense to be kept>> and ordered. paid to wit: : rineaad ':elloi . ; :=. .,.. .ab.a4. river..... S3 Ml Via Plant System . . .
willfully Boboo6 .,.... a end ueeeeeery All nnsurveyed, sasheS I .0 3 ::45 p..m. IJA1$7LJ$ tJ4t-SJ I I I II J
who (
atock raisers. of our county, 1 wAdarhold.MitrruBtfor.......-.....* lA ii .. .I" I I Ii ,
.. .. ) the eerrylui sold b..I leeindln' .tOebuildt. river ....... .... _.. SI n (11.00 -
.. ....... ... .. 111.11.1. ,
L DavMaeu.aal seavaucer 15 do ... . ___ Via . .
MMn and Seaboard Air Line . . . Mal
operation
-appreciate It* worth: a a Baea, nolle. dntr........... .... II a> 0 81a 10 a. 4 M other for lb. tr.nspo.LIo. lr.ibt Total 1... 7 ::40 p. m. (Fast ])

S "What would the agricultural lntereet 1UP RoM Dana Brauou.,sal sal sup.*of rL B Plsns L Plant:::.:.: fi WOO:00 N . 4..... I" sod form_all o.ft .sod acts.soars and))exercise? li o..,. A .nenoell will he requIred to ha made U.91.1". S Going aboard stecnship immediately arrival at Brunswick. S ,

.. .. ...... ... oeceMery prY- each bidder with the In rash .
Jlf I. deeds
of the great" West be were I I' reeordiu eta 400Klsa. Total tttMMFor llwea. eonferred by'Ibe laws uf Florida l..lr. o by eat.Islartory -
..... ... : certified .
Tel* Co rent pboa Mo 17 I IMT .. of two I N' LVP1W I I .
b..1.1.
not for their corn and wheOI'Ope' .. ....... ..... he filed oertiBoateof almllar -
: W Kill., repair on Jell IM which aluDL eeiile per aero upon I laD. In savou.o'.i Baggage / Destination. w ,
And yet,who will deny that the eauava } A Lancaster, w....... .. . .... M 40 deposit of Treasurer State) Bank of ARTICU iL .. ItD0 (hockec.Throughto
S of Florida land i* more of JWW..o..d.s ... ..... ............. 114 Tbe eapttal corporation shallaad H. H ; i ;
Jj crop our Mart Stokes wood ........ ........ ..... 14 S7 KI..lme. forty eve dollars _. .UCINAI.N.r. For illustrated mate diagram, reservation, tickets, etc., apply to HI, ; u I, I
a* b
and a* sure a crop_ IH.dl p.1
money crop I A Laneaator. salary B*traasnrar ...... s 00 paid and cancelled w.r.D' 'Inlo shares of One ". ;, j
North and West ... .. .... ......... .14e - \
the great crop of the Oso Tiso.. wood . .17110 in board.A which shall fully paid up andaasesalble no.-
the cotton of the South. W* Ike Peterson, wood.... ..... ... II oo r dt.e open sash.b Notice of Application For Tax A. W. PYE. Agt., noW. U st., JACKSONVILLE. FLAKISSIMMEE
and crop .. B. F. Hall Jr. .
Jim . . ... .. tl 00 ,,11.t
have talked with a great many men Dave Allmaa), wood. .- .-.-. -.' .-- 1 7eOeoeola asking that. they rmDd to the ARTICU Deed Under Section of .
who were in the habit, we are sorry to Co. AbeUaot Co: preaarlnf; deeds State of thevaluation 81,1 . I snnoesslon by : -" Rk$ .
:- ,. who were In the habit of complaining eta .S.......S......S. ...S.....SSS... S-.... t *. Comptroller Patrick'saddition 'Its corporal* name for a : of a fly ((60))) Chapter 4888, Laws '
;:;r aay, III Wit' )... Jrv' frelfhlaud drares adv 10 MNr.II..IILw.r. on block 23 of Florida. ;
of bard tlmea, and as. yet we .. -of ( .-
5- ::.. ; \ .- .. .- ... .6776 to KIsslmmee City on out ABTICLB '
"S. have not found one who would deny The W *buroCo..Isbs...... ..... . n 4J ... sale which The basinets of said corporation shall b* I KOTICEIi UhREBTO1VIUtThfAi. II.Bal RIVER ROUTE.
that to the acre, the sure return )MePhatter eoet maror'a ... li 00 .odlol..z ert.llloat and menaced by a President lock,purehsaarof Tax Certllcate Ho. I Id?, dated '' j'
the fact : C. 8.
,. : 111.0 :::... Ac, aade ..duo. VI ,
,: much above I MitPhetter. prbonera 4 so mowo Beerotarr sod Treeeurar, tneMhdayof April A. D. IMI, i Cm.
S from cassava are asTmarahst Walker was muds, No.4l dated .
: MePnalter. salan 40 00 by requesting Board Irireetore. coosistlog of tl..1 the 4th day of "
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-o the return of the great. ataple crop ) R Ollbert, Ji. witees. fee ,..:.:::::: : M that he allowed to redeem on avaluation Siich other officers and asenta ' . ***, ae Tax CcrtlBeale P.. 'ST.mbr 0.$. ,.
More than this, websve I s Gill...... Jr. ImulDf 1I1oe._. '.. ..'.. Mt b of Directors way provide for. e lbs day July I a. B. lies'. has sled !..Meertiacstes Steamer Lillie Roseada r
I of the country. who ha. bad R an...... Jr. salary.. .... ... .. ... M ** 1' > Tha Board of Dlrectop. .L.n... elected I at .In my eMase has made aopllca.WmtEMstyoflMal Steamer :
not found anyone .. . . Bond of Clark Iud P. W. ,
HCBtaaford.pura.t.! ..' 1? a stockholders' meeUoe lo b* held at stle.Slmmee lieu lot Tax *55.4 t I. with "
& soy experience say that there waa anymore '"'''.'"". ..'''"'.1.1 West, to carry llrarm., were Florida, ou the second I... 5514 _"I..tA .ab._ u.. Captaia Clay Jsbasoa, Sr. Cap'tal Clay Johasosi Jr. i iy
010.0. ,
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I. ... ... ...., es.r. Seseribed
c' labor connected, with ral.lngcassava I M. M :: .: 'fO Ined and approved. ol each. and every year. .T 17. Florid., sheeted b o.COat,. Mn. Lure S. Webb.., .
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S : than there it In raising' corn.. htorcau.. ...'... .'.''I''.......'. .' .' oo 0 8. Acres, seconded I.ohoeea .PresIded elect from Secretory NWI ': 15.Prlof $ S S _. ...i>esa>e>' I S "
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Si' With" DO more labor better money -return II" by F. Williams. Chairman Walter .11 shall adopt Beceeaary .a'f.111* 51S( 5. Ilo. .sit I. Regular weekly trIp. to Bassmger and return. Roseada leaves :"''J ..m*>ha.UhvMdl. S
land., ,*, is it that A revolution wa* pasad by Council for the : of the Board : ?Sass.flesald .
and cheaper Bass Sr. to ,
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the' nassava, crop should not beto u* that no bill would be paid for merchandise : Immediate &. authprla have .1. p., .:.".,.- sad _p ,, the- -. I sash beia e.rethaos.a I.the U.. o KlsslznmeoTussdsymorning, and arrive KI..lmme Friday evening. ...I j ,";
I -sad the w.
--S what the corn end wheat i* to Illinois. unless orde for same be County Poor Farm grove Irrigated.The .- Beceeaary and peeper. as the they emeo may off eare- V.II_... Vnl.sasa1.d el._shall Name be o Special Charter' Trip to Lake Okeebob. and Fort Wyer o tbe *f.1-. mi du&eu .try B ., S
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,Tb velvet bean U another crop thatmight properly purchasing board then selected 19 Da tary .Treaeurer .1 by ea* .d.e.d- .a she I.So ot will issue Lillie. Comfortable passenger. Rates reasonable .U*. I sxpsrlsend relief 'J j
valuable to n* a. any of : i : 7t. r.-
be M Bas before) the from the qualified L u.- and Dr Tb most Picturesque Waterway in Florida. lIntenisth.selksesfpkhagIer I !
the-great OI'OpI... to other State appeared county to be pat in the Jury box of ofBoers .a. lu J.1- strnst.re ass three metiths sew I misitruiis .1-
.. And then. .. the com crop to 1D 1epomatble board and akked that sxamlnatlon be which to draw the Jury for UM year A. D. 104,-: wllflaaa C. J-.... asSI' "** <" !...A Passenger sod Freight Rate apply to' with pain .I shall Uk*M sad '

w the stock Interests of .the mad of bridge o.e big dlt oBroadway 1803, this being the highest' possible sons.Caruthers l5r ,, "/B.H.Carulhen Lawls .. CLAY JOHNSON,SR., Proprietor, ..aseweeWlhsv.ps'sedtkscflessL'eihi.Ie. ". S
bad
Wm. and North.. *> the velvet bean the same being number to select. Bonstllnta the Board of Director for Co Circuit Court Oases Couutyf On board "Lillie," Kiititnmee, Fla.TSe ) Imanse.

S and .*. ... should b*'.valuable Jo condition which was SS referred. t atreetcommittee. The chairman wa .18 empowered paay. and William O. Parsons shall be Presi r Fo. S ., wo4' !
'. od raiser of the South, to have the .. :3"1\ b*Vice President flnI'1
'p S3rPclaJl/ Florida. EvenS ,x communication f B. I'. Hal. cou' tower"pi ' be Secretary aail ovarian of.Thevfollow ,
i- at .
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01. tOuts >-a woman totheefaaag
that T..ror..t "II 0 -
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be asking
S though a g000 price is always to alw e beln g no*further business, <* VtvThe S of lit*. Do not wait Wine
ABTICLB butt
bad tor the C5U&.*root" for the man tl1c. hd eI7 1 $the.bo.r adjou. Old Standard.Grove's of Cardal now and trou ..
utllOtoUrl of .taroh. 7.there are many &I bl Pok' addlloD. hlchret to amount said e 1b *at er u S Wiae of Cardal & C
11. f
stock r&1'15 of the State A dl..m A 8110 HT SUP. i III'T ..11. shall !
of the cent discount be frty-avthouBBBd beae&t a suffering
4- S who much prefe so keep thelrava a lam Z. be Improved, The cattle industry Is fast becoming, (so,000).) 400si. t& Wine of Csrdnl nl S

and feed It, c1almlDC that tb.y..0&11make a A communication from Jim Bron on of Florid'a most fruitful sources ARTICLE Til- Tasteless Tonic ) -f.Web when d-J
their aop names swbserlbaTS Ce tba capital
fu more troaa Of revenue. The latest o. ,
article of Wa4e. 00, asking that reduction be allowed company" to of said are hereto by Owns Chi &"
stock feed Lhaaa se aa bald organize Is one certificate* bv city against severally i I w .
on .
0' Ibis :
4 '1"1'be soccer the 'anner They will.ha... si capital atock subscribed stood ,the nor to than it -0
\100 maUe up bis mind Lo do a ,....... the following described p.' to- o.pkla.> under a thirty-' 'posile SteIn enpective a.... IrM has tt 25 years. A :annual sales S ow.. lIutyosinaya.wavoidthspulering you
S '. 'l ftl l4Ma\17 wit: US ft. w. of sw thousan-a"D f- Wihlien C. raises.. 15ejeb Tavepsi.
*s; farming business oa J.S40.s300w. Seo. 2S-X5-2B. _I,. shares . 'One/an/ I7i she '
the crop" thaS.. i of -T eirlll from The Tims A- over < Million bottles. Does this record .dD D.
al-"alIlnI' v A. I sell
t-tf -. .. large ., oollDJrJ'-&he' After considering aald requeA the correct except ida,76 ,, .. Prfk.essty, F ,11 o Wi o .
lINt l AVflmVllmmMl *V UlilnT i.1tSk Council agreed that came b alJ. a 0-41' S W. 51.'Vast M' of nwriL .
appeal
- ',' w050i will taRi.snJuch 1tb 'property & \wll &'capital b 1'6. S tO.y:, No-ur-NoPay4- ;
.al wiL .
of ibis t. Caralhers, betel. T o .WINEoFCARDUl
rale Josgu "capitalist,I
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,o .. I have just purchased: the Shoe! and Ladies' and Gents! Furnishing I y II

-_FOH business from Mr. J.. N. Calhoun, where I will be pleased to ,serv. :

4U1S 4t 4K4a4S 4UiSZ4S: 4I 0 .1 propose to keep any and everything in my line. I hare just.' "

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KIf>f>lmrnC6 Valleu Gazette S I MU Dupree. I U teaching, a class In; Behoof'Board" Proceeding. ---- I _- -

elocution. _- Klsslmmee, Fla., .Jan. 6, 49O3? .BUSINESS LOCALS. ".
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*' -. ' TGL."HON. NO.n. Mr. Z. Phillip 1* beaatlfrlnirt hi. The members of the Hoard of Pub f I .5 C. A.'OABSON'

\ residence with a new coat of paint. Ho Instruction' of Oseeola county,. Hot Rolls. every day at City Bakery.; I ,
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riBUSHKD EVERY KKIl" >AY. null Bass .shipped to Uo" lit.ke. elected on the 4th day of Nov., A. D.. If You Need Auyth1ng ., J" Secretary

BT of Tampa several oar l..ada of cattle\ 1W02, were: Mr. H. C. Stanford: 01Kisulmmeo Millinery reduced prices at Mr. .

.. .- VANH-AQNBW.HAHHIt. ).- last week. residing in and for ::bandler'.. : -
No. Mr.
School Hoard District II
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The W. B, Malclnson Company sold Jonathan Strickland of Campbell 10'reshllne of Candies J Just, received In the way 'of Hardware, Tin" wore, '

,.. T. OHUflCHDlplij ,"V. to the Summerlins., Friday a car residing In and for,School Board at City Bakery. -- Graniteware, Earthenware GlassS -
r loa Co.
ware ,
HSTHoDitv Cw.cN-pr.hi. ,
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balk. II .. m., ..d 7 ..cltjck.. r..,..sub "... ': ne",. C., .E. Jones of Sanford i I. of Bassongcr residing In and for Mrs. Chandler has reduced:' prices ,
...., TbU4ft'SV.ntu a& t .. ... BieMlne Babb.th' down here .shipping! hla crop of School Board District- 'No.3. Ot on all Millinery, !gpeolaltle' *. ,
...su4y.oiiIp. orange from Hammock >rove.- '. I them, 'Messrs.-. C,4 Stanford,. Jon. -CALL ON-- IN.-'-- .5
E...'. Ij."to.. ...*.han Strickland and A. 6. Campbell : Nice assortment &f made-up Picture > i .
$APtl? CMUMSl4) ;. r''. -Grl4jtshtoa the;
Pr..eID.. .;.very.Snndav 11 a. m, aa4 4 p. ;:. Coast, where\ be ha ha Kobe to East:: having met on tbe. above date. in the Frame at, it W. Thompson*. . ; .
__ .. .. accepted poaltion :
Young P-rl. Ua. a.1III of J -
of tho
office County Superintendent
dv School. I p.f.4....' .Vi.m.".Prarer....1.....,........I.r._every_.. Tbnrs'mornlns on the hopkIns. ranch Public Instruction, proceeded to complete I Ouioe & Uratton's 1* headquarters W. B.' ,MAKINSON CO IES. SIL

.,. iou .'s .PI.OOIaL NUPaN-Arb4..p. .... The W. B. Maklnaon. Company the organization of said boardIn for Baltle-Axe Shoes.Ouava ,
a r.,. __.-... u.ryo. ......, 5unls. hipped a car load of 'beef cattle lat compliance with Section. ,241. Revised I ,
at ". .u>aa ....Hohool tin .. rMft Juice in cans \lo make Jelly.. t i'J '
( : p. i week to local follows .
evenlug I Reotor tblrttnd fourth butcher: In Tampanef. .? Statutes 9f Florida.,, as : WATERS & CARBON Quo. Co.Just I J 0 .
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$uiulaya : F. E. and'' On motion of Jonathan Strickland .' ,
Paaiisvvsaiaif. csusosi-Divine Shipp family re seconded A. S. .Campbell H. C. t Crates Etc '
by -
.. Worahlporkkv fine lot Picture MouldIng -
.., 'r$t HuMrfA.. .11 nill' orustusg ..rvles os 11 _. ... to their and Mat Board. I PROFESSIONAL
roo.h..... 7:00: p. .. 5uudy Pchnol. ..i Lake City more next. week.to new 'home. at. .at said Board of Public instruction . J. W. THOMPSON.Firecrackers I i' 8..ol..5ley Meetlag : .
..411.. _. .0.e..... of Slate of .
.100 01. "Ia: p. Pra., -" fot the county Osoeola "of Friend. ".
., _.Mu._.Tbu. ..I.r SI 7.::0 p: .. v. Mr. M.:Canon of Reynolds, 51., Florida." Horn an Candles, Torpedoes Joforld.,, president. has called /
.r. 10 s.tsidi&Iy..,." Ib.,.. of the $elnol. VANS A
.errloea.r F.o. a.vu.nmm0vum.... raator.ALII arrived on Tuesday afternooirtospend W. B. ninton holding commissionas Paper llalloons Ate. at the the annual meeting to be held Jan. j PA.
', several month with her County Superintendent of public ..... I ,
IMVtoap4.f I. I.otfcfI sons. Uookowre., 16 1903. .5.
C. A. and N. B. C arson. Instruction. the ensuing two )years JR. Soc'y I ATTOMNXY, AT I
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I ..-. Toe Roeeada arrived yesterday appeared in person also at said,meetIng ICE, In any quantity.. full weight.. ., WILON. I AND NOTA.Y I < .
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Weather'Report.. afternoon, bringing up 690 bone ot and assumed bis duties as secretary cent) -pound for sale-by 'HealthyXldneTl Mean loag Life, --"I } S

A';..... TBaVsaATvaa' Wise XnTuvsanav '.. grapefruit from Lanior's She of ',said board;a. provided! by _iy.1 B. MAKIMSON Co. want to restore. kldnevs ._. _
grove. your
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........ J.... law . you
IT. uoa. leave on Monday next. takeSmith -
f : Attest: W. B. HINTON' Secretary.U. New stock of Men' Bat at Ouloo to their former healthystite.' JJR. J. W., ". .
BO cents at
II... ilia. ..,.. Senator Carson left on Monday C. STANKOKO' Chairman.The & IJr.u.on//I. Sure Kidney Cure-' "w':
_. . lall. I Bight to attend a meeting oT the trustees minute. of last meeting were. -e. Osoeola Pharmacy.. !J|__ __ -: DENTIST.Office 3 -
-,_n -.- of the Lake City College and returned read and approved.Treasurer .- __ For Fine Florida Syrup, send your .hSHOES.
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'Friday............ '11' .. yesterday morning.The I 1ev ; It. Martin. L L D. over OfC'-oJa
. J, R. Gilbert, Sr., re order to the Shaker Colony1Narcoosseo carhllf1'
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saiiiraay. .. s7Bsuday. OFFICE nouns: 900 a. ;
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next: attraction of the Klsslm- ., ,
follows Fla. Flee. 0.1.In.* 92.60. hO. i i.
...._....., 'Ie Ie .tO ported : : % I IM to : p.m. ., S
__Mouls? re ::10 mee Lyceum course I. the "Quaker Klsslmmee Fla., Jan. 1, 1903. "hn first rising, 6:3
Titos4.7:4:;::::;:: :: Male Quartette" which will be given To tho lion Board or Pubn Instruction In sad Stanford la offering lila entire tock I morlnWI collection of Ibleg. ATISFACION 0 U '

l'har.4sv.W.da..dap.:::::':. :: ,," .:t ..;:: In the auditorium some time next: for O.OMI1 OOUDtJt of Ladles Trimmed Hats. and other which produces a cough and Telephone ,0" I : .
month. 1 [J Good rat CtxU i but a small quantity -
I. I herewith tender my report M treasurer Mflllnery. hard to dl.log; ,
a ) . /.'A. HiairsoM.. M. The steamer 'Polly brought In the of Osoeola county. for the monthof of Horebound Syrp M.J.SIlchA
-- first consignment today of 100 boxesof December 1002 : S NoLtlce will at once dislodge it, .
---w".ra. saaa and.. ,.... ..." S trouble I. over.. I know of no medicine HICKS A
.a014 oranges to the W. B. MaklnsonCompany. THKASCBER'S REPoRT. -
V Proverb.Friday :
that equal to It, and U Is sopleasant PhyHlcIans and !
They came from the Mo- DM. 1.' To bit from lut. nport...... I40M M I f1 f--:
Co. b..IDII'ch.nged I
Cool grove. W,To Ann. from Com" pi sept." rrdl'. 17 tl The Klsslmmee Drug take. can mOlt crdl.l. Office over Osoeola
January 16 1903. Jan. I,ToW. B. Hloton. Supl., sale of owners, requests that" all persons ly recommend it to all persons n -. = .
S Mr. and Mr. I. C. Tbfclta/ of.South IWB !book .............. ...... .. I 4I > owing said firm give their account a throat or lungtroubles. C.I. answered day or '
Carolina, relative of M'rl. JamesCaldwellarrlvedJnKlsslmmee I I.To Ux collector.. ...... IWO. 1X1: 41 lug medlene..for
.. .. attention before Feb. 1st, as wewishtO dOe, bottle RIlCI
., 1 -
last 1.To polls tOOL I OOI Prlo I Hicks -
.
1OCAVNEW2'o - ."" -U\IL.\: .... close t.heJold. books. All aooountTOTayi at Osoeola Pharmacy. =
; week: with! the Intention of. making. this --_-- Old If-pald--OKor---UsV-_ - Office Phone. .
their home. ,
mil tit FOK Feb. 1st, will receive a discountof Sound.Kidneys-Perfect HealtET" -- -
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Conklln arrived 1:1: .. YNoMASON.a
Irosl here the past' week. from By wtrranu. paid u per list ". .fllM all 10 per cent. The use of Smith's Sure Kidney 0 .. .. -
__ Tampa this week to take their
Tbe depot' will be oneIoa.. residence In Kleslmmee. Mr.Conklln TOhaI&neu.., ......... ....... f1lll: r.t Cure will produce b h. Try. bottle ...CA.1J ..
new ha assumed his duties a. manager of CMoot.n'Dirrsicr no. 1. an&be O.lno Your druggistsells ...1.. *..._ a_ 1.-

Horace Wood all has accepted a the Klsslmmee Drug Co. __ Deo. 1, To bal.ooo frovt .last MportBjr .... 1t8 itS Sailboatsjnet It at . 1 .E. :
position on the bridge gang. ...raula |..ld In Droriubvr" t6 lUUllM .
Everybody'who ha been watching. "' '
Hurbert Fleming returned on' Saturday the progress of Mr. O. F. Parker'slong -- II4 21 Boat LinIment on Earth A.: B. .j. -

from a visit Athens, Oa. and serious Illness will be pleasedto SCHOOL suIt.iiiic1 ....2- BY TUB HOUR. DAYWEKK Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City JJR. .
know that she is In Dee. I. To bal........ . 41: CD Water Work., ShulUburg, WI.., S AuatjAjfc jaVjaVjaVjaVrf '.
now a greatly .DENTIST.
Born, to Mr. and Mr.. W. U. Maklnson Jan 1. luua. To tax collector. la..a. 1WU :M HIJan. OR MONTH. "I have tried kind*.of ..
Improved condition, and la mending writes: many
this morning., a daughter. rapidly.Rev. 1, TQ ba'.u'0' APPLY AT VALLEY-GAZETTE' PHONE 91 liniment, but have never received Gas SHOES,11J

There teas a party last Wednesday Mr. Bell, stationed at acHool ins Dirralcr, "0. a. much benefit until I used Ballard'a c '

e Ighi at . M Will lao n'. residence Sanford has been' appointed now to succeed '.11..1. l00a. To Tax Col. .tales, inn: 4 1 tw Snow Liniment for rheumatism and'I 08cc hours 1 jf.3-- !,

Kd Fuel Is here purchasing beef Mr. Shipp as pastor\ of the Methodist SCHOOL "'.-DIKT'''1CT "0. 4. Floradelpttia sOld. pains. I think It the b liniment on .

cattle. for tbe. Soinmerlln o( Tampa,. church at this place. Mr. Dell J.n 1. -. To Tax Col.. ,..... 1V01 I 2S A despatch. from Bartow to.be\. earth.. 25c, 00 and bottle at Osooola -''I ORLANDO. . ' t m

haD a Wife and three small children, Paid and canceled warrants amount- 'lines-Union and Citizen gives the Pharmacy.Laxative . .
C. Vfi Ward arrived here on .Monday and 1 I. said to be an excellent preacher. lag In the grand total to tltttft.OH wore fol lowing news, some of which Is not I l.M. W1L.LSON ,PHONK N. B .' "
from Washington to .pend a few burned In open session, said warrants. old: Chocolates cures Chronic I ;

d.,.. Lt.-Ool. W. E. Cad man of Nar- belonging to separate funds, as follows "The Incorporators William C. Constipation a nd Liter trouble _,_ S NOTARY l :

Mr. and Mrs T.'N. Farr and children ooossee paused through town todayon : Parsons, U. A. Llghtsey. W. H. Lewis Pleasant to take. Putly Vegetable. STATX AT S | 3 - -
WednesdayIn hjs way to Orlando. He will return _. Richard Carratbers. They are 1 = -
of St., Cloud spent O.nural Bcbuol Fund |1>64 tt and Guaranteed byosceolaPharniitcy.
town.D. this evening accompanied by ap.al"I" "No'I. 76 among the most successful and mostnterprlslng ..,, Estate :

C. Hull from Sutnter county Is I.a Bishop rneetlng-of Gray the Friends who will of the attend Semhi-the Total' ., )1_'WM' stock dealers In' this part.. ,-.loat.o to Let Apply at Valley KISSlMMEE. ,

spending: few dmwit.hJ. W. ole at Hotel Klssimmee tonight School No. '8 was declared' closed 01 the State. Oaa WELL I f -
MUler.Mrs.; __ "It. really looks like the days of I W. lIAR l"
-- Bishop Gray will tomorrdw go to for lack sufficient attendance, un- tree in South Florida were ev a -
Colonel Thomas Is lying critically l. Narcoossee as the guesT of --Col. and dcT the regulation governing such about range to beoome a thing of the .. If Unwell, JU TICX OF THK ( ,

ill at the home of Mr. Bailey, Mrs. Cadman, and on Sunday. he will cases. Board regretted the necessity judging by the long lines o( incioseJYanches Try a COo bottU; of Herblne, notice
her brother.Tbe hold a full service, with Holy Communion for closing the school bef9re the'end that are filling up this country the Impr.en' speedily effected In NOTARY PUBLIC

.Friends of the Semlnoles will at St. Peter' chpch, returning of the term. too the south of us. The line of ranches, your Appetite, Jonerl.: Strength and MARRIAGEs A : : TS. -

meet 'tonight at Hotel KUslmmee.Ulsbop on Monday. The application of Miss S. K. Snell beginning! with the Southport. ranch: Vigor. Watch brightens the Officsxen Stewart
I Last Hall took for school No. 23 was read and considered United from Indlges' .
Gray-will preside. i Saturday Capt. a and extending In order the .Plrl..ll. from )KlSblMMEE .
hunting party down to. the mouth of and be was appointed teacher Land Company's raach, with the new ( ; solicited. '

Goo. Overstreet and Ceo. Ivey left Canoe Creek, composed of Messrs. of said acholl? to begin teaching a* company referred to above and that In8 SlrTi Ava, Mo., wrl..l Sept. t'&Q; ; ;t ; : fl wi

last week for an extended bunt In the Hartman, McGaw, Libby Allen soon a* praet.I &W.. 01 f Judire!: Uoleorabe in between\ occupies : 1 wa In lb. I 1 { 1 1 1 1 .:
southern portion of this county. Thomas and hi. brother, Br. Thomas, Board also appointed W. H. Connor a large partof. the waterway on tad stomach trouble for 12 month; 7
houseboat to a second school vl*.: school No. also dumb chill Dr. J. W. Mory RHEUMATISM J
Dr. noIToway mado trip t.d.Fort In the floe McOaw They either} side and In all probability the --' 0-
9, to begin teaching a* soon as his Herblne It cured me In two
shot numbers of quail snipe and remainder of the will be taken ;
business waterway
week professional preacrlb .
last
Pierce on w -w'
.chooillb.ll have closed. .
good;;;; present cannot recommend it .
and be has since returned. ducks, enjogrlnfr. weather. : up In the near future. "lb. t .4
Messrs. McGaw and Br. Thomas are Bills were approved. and warrants. Messr Llghteey and iwl. have highly; It will doallyoudlalmlOr CURED J, W}.Laspia.
Judge George IT. Holoomb passed still there but Messrs. flartman Libby issued as follows,: just close a deal with Hon. Btew. Sold by Osoeola Pharmacy. 4 .

through town on Tuesday on hla..way and Allen Thomas drove back to T.iQdk.S' .......... .... art, of this place, representing the al :Works '
from Arcadia his Fort Ktsslmmee Ashton where they caught the BUIr.rDel' A A Ilmpoo. ........S, MOO the of land Vo Kidney. Troubles '! .
\ for tract
Msston estate Good for
J M wood...... ... .,,.. .1\: \,,,....... sow I t.fell'om News ,
ranche. train and returned yesterday C K Yowoll...?..........? ............,.. 44 JO Known: as "Floradelphla,.containing VI Kidney Cure.' Noth. '
Mr. :J. N. Smith wife of the prominent On their way to Ashtop. ,they shot a HIM Bortle Johnaon. .._..' ... ........... 45(10MlMMCBnran vei-five thousand acres on Klsslm- ng like It for diseased kidneys.. 60coniC . ,! % S
. .. ... .. .... Surer
.
4.MOkll
: I
arrived In number of of Polk 1Uoo4
Whlltler merchant quailThe :.. EmflaeIi: ; .:::: : 4% toM moo lake In the e..tAlr part_ at Osoeola Fraf. .- lsm
town today with a large lot of fur Kan-yuk-sa Club 1s the name Us Klora K.rniworth .. 46 Ul.i Vlnrlnla I'.rk.r (ITdare). ott 76 base will also be added tothe cattlecorporation
bides. <., '
and ,
of the new (octal woman's club rpacently Thomas fcoort.ll.J.olu.r No. I .... S 0Mn Messrs. Aaviee. To all who suffer .
.' C. W. Dane baa sold his bicycle formed by.the married womenof J. H. Meltve. U montu.) \\10 II. Lan I..., Klsslmmee. The object of the club II Bolton . 4SOOMl. sey and Lewis are largely of how -
:I.
and
D. those from story my
business to J. ... Ba who will continue tt In the same place la I purely social; no rules, no by-laws, P llawlborne ... . 40 m In tbe last few weeks sold to different and Liver Complajnt. More after years of suffering; Florida.
4 as heretofore. no resolutions hamper Its' progress ..I.. Alblna ttmtlh . -. -sow. han> seventy-five per cent of the the most elaborate Tampa, .
of
..... -V-4A 10, parties over thirty thousand p
and It partake*, of the nature of a C U U.rratt an. matism ever .
Bon.I. W. Watson and J. M. yet NINY.mo.. Partln.. .... :it> mMr. lands In this pie In the United States are publ.hed.No
Klsslmmee K. secret society, since one secret dominates . Kili.tM.lh. Baker ... US (ID Umbr aLon. with these two diseases and theireffects matter
Gardner will represent flne expulsion from the club .. ... M M whether
-a or Wit CoMier ; such as Sour Stomach, Sick &
of P. Lo tae this year at the meeting being the penaltv for violation of the .. Pin W.I......... ." .. :24! 001(1oo..II1I.II.le. Luxurious Trail Service.: ; Habitual Pal- m&lem", ; '. Fnralsha4 .
.. .. .. ... 1100 eo.tlnne.t lnd.mmar
Ieadahe.
Grand Lod lo Coast
of the "shibboleth. club numbers re- %
The now U M llubbart .. 46 Ml ALan Lne-announ. pltUon of the Heart, HearDurn. al.'lo. ,
E. F. Zetrouer who stayed here seventeen members, each member taking HlaCELLAIICOUaW on famous Water-brash Gnawing etc.-no matter how ,

few week. during the summer, has returned her turn In entertaining. The B Minion aalarr' Bnpt' Pub Instruction M 00H Chicago-Florida Limited to the Pains at the Pit of the Stomach, Ye have f.le In your .
io Tampa.to resume, his ..1' ladles met at the home of Mr. D. C. C*HUnford M II P I / . Pin: West and Northwest. A solid vestl- low Skin Coated Tongue< and Dis.agreeablaTaste bow .o.Ue". .

practice there permanently.. Lee wished yesterday to beoome, and permanent.all those member who Strickland', palnlln.M PIRPI B 1'1.school. ..hoiiM...:. .d.No. (... IK 16 II (((0ACspb.tI W OB rawlngroom buled train consisting oompartajenfc of"-lleeplnl.dlnlnl Pullman ,, up after in Eating the Mouth, Low-Coming Spirits, m have tried let me tell. you ' " " " " ' '! .

....nouncH that. Jo'o
Dr. F. O. Railey I enrolled. Next Thursday afternoon rl"r... o.. (ralihl: on ditki: from 1 urkrv : and observation O etc.o your Druggist and get a was cured.
Winning on next Sunday, regular I Mrs. 8. B. Aulunan well| entertain. Hammock lo school, |ko. 1 IS. S 00 of this train I operated bottle of Flower for 25 1ftcents. I neither a 1 S ,
services. morning and night, will be J W W.l-on,...hool.uPIlIe.. ..... ... X1 IS Tampi. and. attached the limited at August or a Dr :
a pl.
simply
WIIIU Hall.Butlln duwn desks In school Two doses will relieve you. sor
held at the. Presbyterian. church.P. Pasture Fences Ucatroyed.The HoIJ>* ... ........... ... ....... 2 M acksonvllle, running through to. St. i Try 1U _ _ _ but I have a CURB for 1 :

..A. VanhAguew" went to Tltuvllle *-I law-abiding people of Oseeola Superior Mo Mff m&.Co...,..cancellaUoo.. ..... .of. warrant ..- 11 00 Lul. without via cbanr'. Coast Train Ry.Is op-St.Augustine and I want to tell .. .
on Monday' on legal business, county will be sorry. to hear that a Walker lYons ACo.swell Co.. w.u.aa'I I Sample COld. with ReumMI.1 all S
Wednesday. YesterdayS few nights W. C. Farsons's. pasture bonk' ..... ...'... ..'.. '.... . 471 to ", ; AtlanticCoast to be '
*. returning to. on Arcadia and hopes to return fence was ago out and mutilated.. !The M Walker; hauling'ppU.; la school l No line to Albany; Central of Ga.ly. II Cease to be simple, If at all proooged. Lb..1 who are S. :: S
hewent 90 D 00 to A I&La'; Western & Atlantic The safest way Is to put _,
bo
Robes.
unknown
i ; ,
tomorrow. damage wasdone night by Atahle" Lamb:ii iiJiii. pnplls t lo school I .Ible dle.l
mile and half' of wire No Pt(. .... for balance on previous" R,. to C.&OIl.; Nashville. Chat them aside at the very beginning of .
of Maxey's.' Ga.. Fence. along a the west aid a of Mr. Parsousa month' .. .. .......... ... ..-......... 11 M Bt Lul. Ry. to Na.b",11 liallard's Horehound Syrup. stops a bond day Pn I wllV AND .
arrlvidlastnlghlto. visit his uncle, I II Baladen." haullnf puplll lo school Louisville ; R cold and removes cause of colds. MACHINES.
work \
de- mall this
Southport_ pasture being 74014. . .. ... 1260 t return : :
Fleming. H. and Mr. 'leinLeg -" .i ansvllle) ; Evansville&Terre Haut 11. ',25o; and si atOaceola Phar
Herbert The full of Water.:A; Wia.c brooms for 6 I especially to
; ) was peal ,
bunting itroyed. pasture .... ........ ... . t
left on Wednesday for a cattle of which escapedand school No 1 SS n. to Terre Haute; Chicago & E.tern ill" who are wearied ,
PACZIMO
beef many _.... .. i AND
down the river. n C Blantonl" afhoot .up ll 1 06f lllnols R. R. to Chicago. St. =
trip .
.
and nshlng scattered widely. This outrage M LM .reonrriln dead ecboDl, No M, .. 1 70 with Udotorlnl'and &. .
and Miss fence land W A Ro.buck. lloieed oil - 4 00 oar Is detached atRvansvllleand ban- have .
Plttard on '
and Isom a
0-. Mr. Mrs. was perpetrated upon I M WllUoo.Vr: ., lo.urtni : r.'dl'.O.t. by close connecting trains to-St. : HBAD8TOJIII :
Ga., are baa owned for twenty die IF YOU All have thought
Wlntervllle Parsons YOUR "
'I May Bishop of Mr. furnliurssehoot\ No JK ....... ..... 11 00 .. This train also carries sleeper CHILDto you S
SEN .
at the Park: Hotel. years and on which Mr. Parsons has W I.Van Du...., Inmrlnf building andfurniture tism may be wrong. i ,
.. ...... ...... from Thomasvllle to whtcns :
!IJMriI. Plttard are regular and paid taxes for tn'Y1e.r.. Recently School No (IS U: 00 .Lule.m.. ui with )' can our experience. Surely .

welcome winter visitors to Klsslmmee.Mrs. : also the fence belonging to Achlas I B No Tumblln IS ...... haullns.. ; pupils.. ....lo....school...... 10 COW bT detached close at N..h.l. to rest assured ppto the 0 Mme Rheumatism, or have
east side of the Southport t.ln Lul. friend It will -
the you
& school pay
On
Bass II Hnlllru. haulIng pupils to nn
i.p O. W. Steele. of Long island Canal enclosing a part. of the Cornell N..II((11I.s.) ... ....... .. . ISO llle. A train of the highest.tda careful attention would my offer,any....,. and .
returned to her borne onWednesday H H rente, baullng pupils lo school Ko of For rates,. tt I S
N. Y., esclen. self these claim I make.Send.
was cu"TheM .. .... .. ...
short. pasture ... 00
IS
after pending a ( ) and other came yourself. We not
the first instances JI211 ::1\I.aci\ Infor.tlon, 7n .
are not W : .hauling. pupils to d b me your
.
I' with W. B.I.IIIDIIOIIo ..... ... ... ..... see ticket sweets, or apply
.
; visit here & where pasture fences have been out,inOsceola school No IS ('I .kll.) 00 t Hey postal card will do-.
,ocompante& her a. 'or II. M. Emerson Traffic Manager b nbttt. be
) : who but In the other eases, Mttrnpoll. advertlilnc teachers I 00 this wonderful Co.
county 8r ol treasurer ...::. 11 IIJ la IOU
,. J R Gilbert com N. C. only
far aa.. ack.onvilie.Ourresders the fences have been "trespass"" or .R Gilbert. 8r., 00... of Treai.Special WlmliJ Passenger te bt pt. &mot ... any friend .
will be sorry 10 learn "dividing". ones. FuodNol- 01 Cr.i& Gner.1 reliable possible matism no matter
J R 'Ullbert' 8r, of Trees.. Special I Agent. . tt t
that Rev. F.' K. Shlpp who >h. .9 Osoeola county deeply deplore YundNoi...: font....: ..... ... .. .. .. 95JR W. H.Wlmllrn.. Passenger Ny. Oar stock keeping with send me their address,
filled tbe pulpit at the Methodist these outrages upon the rights of private Ullbert 8r. com of T.... Special .I them a copy. ,My 1 Mi114
ably two years hasbeenUaniferrWby property and the sentiment of her rnnd No .. .. ... ........ !..... 06J Agent, Savannah belief.REX RAIN BOLT. | .
church fol''t.be. past annual Conference la strongly against them.Osn.Jokn R Ulllwrt.( 8.. coin of Trans Dpeolal S. P. Collier, Jr., Division. Passenger D'
citizens
the best ruodNoo . ...... ..... .. 01 Fla.
and consequentlywill Johnaon, Br freight. on.d".k'. to Arnt Tampa
Lake City Clay
to Furnished.
.... \ Commercial
B. 00. ..... ... .
schools '''''.1I'4IR.: 17 01 J"ank nl.
another PO R.O US
"be with us year. F1a* Kinds. ,
not wbo listened to the oratory W. B UlKTw.*. Secretary.II. . .T&k.on.le, I Georgia Sonttiern of all
Sheriff Prevati arrested: en Wedneo' The.of many this illustrious and hlgh- .C, trrinroao' Chairman. B. J. Boum., T..eIDll' Paen- PLAS.ERS, .. O T -
'I the names of Cason get Agent, .
day two men of souled Southern General at the opera 'oma.Ue. King
and Klrtland. who were Indicted by house on Friday night' will never forget Oa the Golf LI.1L. 9 A PIt I

Of Brevard county for hla chivalrous sentiments' towards During the last week the golf KI..I__... River Dredge. ".UWAN." Co. S

%ZEVem... charged with burn- late nor his honest and outspoken .. grounds haven' well patronized by Work Is being rapidly Immediate
'4. I DMlIIII. be- he war pu.be upon give relief. They SCHEDULES IN ,
S log some bouses a* Fort desires to see all the feeling the hotel visitors and the local 'members the new dredge bo.. lum- t. .rr.C
longins to R. E. McLaughlln., obliterated andBeing of the club and some good scoreshavebeen carefully la a manner
; which was aroused, : her Is all on the the foundationIB mect Dixie n
; ; J.: Jsi-wmson. :Jr.:,. baa closed a etraOed. made. been set up.p the bottom- which pores of the ,... "Ie''. ........ .P
dewilh: C. Beck' Jr., of Miami one of the leading and foremost On his'last visit here Col. J. Hamilton board are ready to be nailed Into skin t Immediately absorb the f v Jark.nvllle S < _i- -
I 4era for a In the confederate cause. Olllesple presented a splendid cup the of ArV.Idosis---------- 15p
tbe tease of Lba House figures pla. Work on construction
for coughs .. .. '
--.!,, term of( years. Mr. Beck now baa a dashing cavalry chieftain and a to tbe cloD, and it will be a price well is hul' began yesterday, ,and al- p mecto POI ArTlrton -... I 1260a -

I control of about fifteen opera houses man of the highest miliIar.t1ategiCcapacity worth winning. This cup will be la early yet to make a deflate c; In **- had unlimited sources of played for In a few week, when many c. or.A.Ar. .
throughout the State, and eon he statementiheboat may ,be J C, LAKS .,Atlanta........ '
will be able to. command the Inform.LlOD and. experience: to draw ,1.tt.lnlllfoUen will cnipeteundr! I.une in four or five weeks. a 5?. 2a '
4111..041
.ties* of '- .....! upon and gifted ae be.isitb a great the handicap system. Col. Gtllesple AI .0. '
S and beautiful flow of language, It la also made the club a present of a large! NOTICE- 'M I"
,Tbe Klsslmmee VAUJEY 0.uJ'l'ftl: he holds bis andlenon.pellbound framed of the latest rules of the ii u csirr. a.a.Ar SL
that copy; READTh.PlorldaTImesUnlon&Cltlxen
wonder .
To of StTliala.: ,. .
American. farmer is the no Taxpayers County) Ma _
1 that. lbs interested.. I which is frequently! OJ '
says aUld game necessary .. . .
I will be at the of thePrecincts .. .
greatest man'OD earth. and gives Gordon has held all thehighest to act ae an umpire. for the many arguments ArCbl S C. a. a. 1.
Doubtless he Is, but QeDeral i of the County on dates given rLo.lsvfll.l ...;.. .. t .: .
S proof In figures. honors that the State of Oeor- the for
the trouble Is be will not believe It-- could lavish grausfully upon him. Glllesple's kindness .la- highly appreciated t. JIM.' u.1 ArCl1.I.. .. ,
There's nothing either good ,or bad, Ifl, with' Klsslmmee and It Taxes for : .... .
be baa horns them dlitlnpUon by gives. u.ple..ure r ,Full t .
-. but thinking make It ,.so.-Ttmes- and but the work that to. tell him so. Klsslmmee, (No. 1)), Jan.4 6 and ZT. REDVED .SVI'SCIUPIkON. RAtES ArC.
.
and success, Solid traloi i
No. Jan.
'Shingle ( 2)) IN
.
4. l -UnlOa sod Cl"'J' now In amoothlng down any: 1.C.mpbh. Trains frOm Pa _.. .t Line
U doing ((No. 3)) .T. .
S Becnlar monthly boslaesa 'Wetlngt roughness between the North and' the Stockholder*' "'MlI... ( 4)7Feb.) Z!, DAILY AID SUIDAT .Iralo.Loeal r Mate
Tb.FirsiDays' Bae.Yn.No' One; Month, .. : of
Woman's Christian Temperance his lectures on paId. : .
the ,South through of the stockholders of 4.Baaiinger "' ''t".1 maul
A meeting ( ' 005.
J..Feb.
S d.
'
"..' .,.." 'TbeLabtDaysofthConfederacy" Tin. paid .. ....
Vnloa will be held Wednesday I or The United Land.Company held (No. 7)), 8., 81. p, td.. ,. ? .,., ISO \ CrtICkCl ".
,
ending
I. "
tberaeldenoe to Fb ." via
along .
'noon Jan. Slat, at McPhatter S o'clock I:In at South : Is a .'noble. on Tuesday Jan. 1Kb* at Hotel Klsslmmee Narooosaee, (No. 8)) 18. .Ye.pnetan paid... ...?...,....., s OSILLeSTEATJCD YrB&I"..: ;
of Mrs. useful life.Tfcei
and aDCI the foiwing'board) of Crabgraas, (No. 6)Feb.1L'Taxpayers ) SUNDAY EDITION, H.OS $
of the _ _ _
irissiaimssAll. the friend " -'--- A YBaRsmlWeekly .1'1 .
:f. be Poer Farsa.Ae .: directors jra* re-eletttedi CoL FV W.Iluldekoper are earnestly e. t- ,
I Union are especially requested to . Frederick T..Huldekoper to and make their.U Xdltloa..J.six Montis.I .I r.0.1.- ( 5- '.7-3-
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present.. ,. Puss UKPOBTKB. a, paying Institution the Osoeola Semi-Weekly CdlUoa ... .....0.Yg'.l. .
shining example Reginald S. -Huldekoper.Gen. Cb... 'GI'DI. .1)7. 7 *M mmoinst1nsi ._sheet.ThP1oi'IdYI : : If
", Of lbs windmill which arrived lastS county poor ram la a -from Its. Miner C. J.' 8. 'Miller, &... :Joseph , 1 Bul' ba ; DistriaIF.smoie.Or I
I for Messrs. Carson..Bullock the late orange.crop C. Blble/t. C. W.Wsrd.On : '. Tax a.'ltseses: I : > U :'
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proceeds OTSTIlOOO. .
C and Stanford two have baM &grove showing Del the o ! -. ---. ( 'PUT. 0;
oilri alone is excellent but Cti
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.' sir. Careoohasvbuilt. there, which will Insure futare. pro&tarblecropa anniversary of the birth of Bobi.JJ:. TaUt (tSi, '. w.. v at this office 1. - ) '

i ;\.;.. water tank and Mr.Wlllson. WI1Ibe-, for,the county. 5.. '. x-. .45Ci1117 } 1N '. '. SUBSCRIBE, style, a*reasonable S :
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.-y-'THE- H- HOL f1'-" hop* that'oar readeVt. will''respond'with"time .V ; '5; o 1,: ; -, -cP better food,"''tad*a"Frenchman. _fe .t. . . .} .. .' . . I I.t. .. 1 :

(*1.4" 1elp""We giv. one -J ': soldier at fat.: and FREIGHT ,
sent n* over a .C- i,fcl Well wl marc M-the'En- BUdcd'p
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*,' ,X.twm .* tk. W.i.a1j4W.- a request from, one'.ofour will on .full fae'rat on, because $i t PirTa \' jr'TrqC.1

''The most casual observer abroad this Editor of the Agriculturlttfw-We. gUhmn* how to) prepare hit food" -- -REPAtDI-'I

." past season on hit summer outing must havea quantity of the smalt/Chinese I aid a Frn"h general The richest Peach Trees, \

: -, have noticed the tnuysinI indicative variety o orangeacal14."kumquats.1 trust*" in America coun) a' clear i Denouement. l '
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They ripening now; and tht little; formerly pAfi.pgIMMoWB. PlUMs rtC3. M ,e'.I.' CAPHO'rn1u.onAPs.oIsNAEPllnL
< of> ft return of th. feminine .woman ae profit only what '1 wated AFCOLETS '
/ tree are literally loaded with the golden the TVisaj IS-NO ftMNllM. '
; These sIlt are scarcely to nd when they cannot do) .
Tbe ,b llu.d frit I J-at year I tried.preferring the door' to successful ops . . . . . ..f. . . . . -
.f mannish girFinsnnSh tht .1 theie small but the, cmpetton .06- ;*>*t ttexk$ of Tre.*j. Dpi Qti 'lit.. ,* t" Lew'PHo: *.
TkwCl L
i I. 1m. hit it of .
true
:? far her dress onee. .ace.fu
11 note
cmerc-
Volcanic
? I . preserves were not j* success, being management Zto.y.01' & : I 1J :
tainly patting. 'Irenah I no" !
tiolad.co. "AD : l "
r long. hard and rather blttr.to'the t.te' Apply the''tame competition Kescao NURSERIES, < MIAMI, ,
POMONA
tUIO.entirely "nrel.n4.r. - - ; : Eruption, and a : : of Fig ,
/ o' cr often in the shirtwaist I would be much ple.N i.om. one I lame necessities to the people of our The 'Fres Ripe Fri ( JACKSON FXJL

I which began on very masculine of your lady would; uiTiiiO.ltws. tate viewed a. a great corporation and by Darlnf and State'How */. : \ tto .
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Coms .
t, ;. lines Its soft I I. now. with-it stock with blouse turnover front hemstitch and. through.the. write jolumn.formll.of for your preserving-excellertpaper. what do we Just see now? CPerhaps our" vegetable crop . . . . . . . . . ,t DO T CK1PE.Dillioua TH. OIPflNC .. ... ..COMPA. ra.A.Siou .

ribb, ..rment of inch obvious the kumut oranjrj. .- ""wb. a .< G_. .' f I. the molt .valuable. but what would ca u..t.y in this place anothei Cu.-.. Dy.p Indl..I..CoolJ

conceptioni at to'remove it fir from has a success of preserving hems become 01 the business mar tnrew day?1)ant"sure then it wor.t.oIOWln ol load Walac StrapS Coald T_

1 the male list In addition ibis hat been. me Mr.R. L; Brackia hot 4i'1., people' . who h ve in country away one-half itt.product?, Apply the I / spite of what those acien- 1.ln.: "APa.Coali.a< iiauTtainu kowda Soaalr.F..'. KaMty.HaM. .

distinctly a furbelow yeart 'loanee. No 1 P.rbilln salt and wateV' and .ty.i..t havingsbo.m rule,to our trade in pineand pr I !*. drifting ashes, that infernal Cal or Dry or l- fficl .t Stoolal. Hi I-
frills and ribbons hive change times to extractthe them bird of diU duct doubles in value within thirty days (pardon!) I .; Yellow or Kanay Coanplraioa I Bad S p FnlHize'U': '
dcor.t Jightnin.hy. l5n
fer -ptjcinda, This.wish gratU it of our h.nde. after I* : No AppatiMl >wilnH a n.
can. out
--p ,...nd floating* 'ni. ad French oil from the peeL Parboil untila ii after( panel would not stay in- Co.li.* "o.1| Add Ktomaekl "-\'.' Pur41e1
the labor
heelt, have added to fashion-plat fork will eaiy pierce the fruit, then led people'wiU"be content with laying transportation and skilled hour were It not for you. OhJ Jean I asian So-so-s Old Cbfo.lTut f .'*,
effect of the summer girL drain off the water and add pound Jor manner of birds and | cane employed in making the changeother5 ne. for the sake of ournewly pledged who, _wytbin n dluaTVMI Lt.. siam
> partly: ,tamed after being deprived of make the profit in population wagespaid l.d.I; Old Chronic Compl.ini.
Mor. tignincant. howeer, than tier pound of sugar and fruit. Cook fo ten love persuade yourfather to, leaye or t ioBi
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mitered dress-which might bee minute : .* the use .of their wings. Wild ducks, and increased value' ; why cannot let go1"She Chronic..& ..".
cap I g reese, and pheasanu c.n' be we clam the whole T you .>d BloMlBf U. Abdomosuet ottaiiUI1saiS .a.1
diprlvJ :
rice of the, No. 2. take out hit somewhat -
'Cut'frit.l'o. .Int AFCOLBTS an a taM -
f..hion..mely.-.JO [ most sincerely p.
the the
pinion point We congratulate
man't and cld water tQ'' Cf. or Ttu."lle appeal with a little laugh .old me* or TaTiaoratinf :b. II TME TRIED AND CROP TESTED
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lion.tl
lee Wings'so they nnot fly When the on the f"rl.w. KWH' and Sh.iiiah.I.iets i *
'from truly \\r.ditlon.t'fem.nlne .' Add of salt cruel
to
ance a pinch a .quarf, been .."Dear Mome Pelce wont-be "
," point of view. She hat diaYre that of fruit. Boil until tender* \bt.kia pinion confined hat ben low out wlretins'oft they, and can the be palmetto idered-only; which a nujaance ha* formerly which cos.t eon u* He did hit worst yesterday" She could -AJoe.: l.V.'I-, Esuust1ui-t-t'4-ii., ". I" .l'tU' ,1'', nvv .. .,1 ,jotthGRQ7E'ARDENF1ELD
bareheaded in the her and for .the Cur*.
going out put nearly pound not "a-shudder at
recolec
repress
hair and makes it britle. and this summer and fruit, Cook for f"ee."..in.I young should be deprived of the wing more than the hind hundred on which-it time grewlsometimes much tion then the returned lghtly. : tmloj without," .. : :. '
after
one
the has a light flapping' '" pin soon they.are htched. I Jr two hit ill-temper over. eua' : j
wqvn ute. - wire fencet.ctn be built for removal. Tannin i i. a It.ndad day wi .osa ." AULTSi C.o.l .
'shade hat not pretty or .artistic indeed I I -- 'ut But dress will be ; tit I" le a. ,
le
my b '
I 'ri-'Y.ti.1: j small lakes.The wire cloth_must extendd , article etrwher merchantable each woBl. It yuu are raftalug 'loumujt-n, KggH ....i lvi, 'Lwttuee'k*
home.'r' '
but very useful. Her bare brown arm V like bacon going Uiranw CcMUpaua,' Liver ComVulM *ls.Two bu"Irrl.
price '
,lean and in which the hat de Wben.ieeling.jyed and 'nervout try .vwn to the bottom of the water commanding a .uglr'or and ; ,their seatsin the Tablet.l M tMdUiM the Am nl"hl s"i! HJabbHKttt-> t-H'u" a""l.IYluu .(i mUarluaOv i eAII'IIIIJ them that kar' ---a.OevU .
be taken left
.cula. surface but why should'it They J.'rdin lliufouglily i.tud. Mluiot' f.ui. No. 1 ynMlacusLrNVrd
medicinal bath -advei! exchange and above the to a to keep % 1-4 to M TabUU wash 1.1 |Ile IxMt-frult -.t.
in rolling her a an : into l. .
lighted recent
summers brown when paper machinery del and.hurried
the wild/water-fowl' from .diving un the fiber away Plant. Iu tif soy fvrlllliH'C sold In bejtgtst .
-t.. bodice sleeves up above the elbow One of our ceate.t ainge'rt claim bel deror getting over" the fence: For is cheap and'(he "palmetto one Grande, but the drifting ..he that no*. ittuua' and blHt MiM-ul wore ( a. bud Site l"Ilu.l.v.t.d ler. prLca 1iauufUuluiwEs'hUibe ,
that tbe could both be displayed and spirits are augmented in volumewere trA .plrIWUUJDI t.t a. \
arms known become APCO. '
Juthu pheasants there should ,.be a hoodthe of( of the best materials suddenly Fig Et. whIch we la ', : Mtt -1ldv1".1 i iy ,.
and kept in proper condition, have sudt I.r.el to the use of the tollow- Certainly we do-not set the value tooilghwhen not. less uncomfortable there LEI S, "Th CoUiwtiin. eomn tram lu MUK' all kiu.J..t . 01a-in7.i
unustuUy ex wire extending inward froiri the< tno I.r Emit. I.sr. It !5. br a- > l"I1II .11'"aUU.a .
whenever feeling that
denly become an eye-tore ttrtieTT She we estimate The cbinewoods llaroldson thought he noticed even yrocou';which th. people I WetS" >l> wt> tbv drat dpa.er uiatorlala L' .
fence for when the pheasant tohiuterouttheygnclo.u l; .
".tlsla
v', has kept her, sleeves snug about the haustedTake eaalt four ounce. : the try fence annually destroyed in' . the most frivolous'of the*, n.five had not ocm mabled to :: i tie remSi of a-rrwer*. a fact they, iboul, txrar 11"u'. .Nb.ortierug. We' '
to
wrist and has studied ajnd practiced the .mo..a, two ounces, spirits'of camphor at a million it cost become depressed under the "ontnued is mad mostly by the ,..Je- AMMON1ATU8: .
s. If the hood extension it far lu lautm 'ISUllLA
andjump. on hiihiy .
of skin lotions'with skill and two ounce, alcohol eight .f f that turn for. Its manifestation 'of the .e '- UUl
: alchemy ounce. a good percentage moulL. soae. .uil It aripM and aick i UWOttI1. ,
It throws them back and dulplfuieNlUato
the fence
effect. Her ,care for her complexion,' hot witer one pint.* Dissolve the. .It soon destruction; why should not' these what gloomily escorted bit beautiful ia overcome bv (ha addition':f r'lie Fruit i' .Sods,. , .
,,. in hot water and let stand '.ontiLcold. break them of the habit. of profitlnst.ul.orexpense her home In the uppcr the l'almstto.ca.ua I 1"0. ,
too hat One young woman hardwood. become source companion to bb. l4w ,
i wat returned aen on a horse trotting Into a lean tiuart bottle put the.' ammonia It it bajto.ul hens or tame1' waterfowl ? part of thecity.. Her father greeted PALET ; {rlet 10! nod.. -

along a country road ,in the dog day, ,' camphor "and "alcohol: mix eggs of the wildones.and flow much do we pay- annuallyfor him cordially. His'tranquility irritatedthe The Cdbbsgs b ,*** uot," and.UI l1'Ir"l.mo SlouuOamtlc .-'--- '5

t her face shrouded in a. green gauze them by thoroughly shaking before use Cochin Bantam hen. for soap? It there any-reason why Flor I young man and he could not help .AFCULS.rS.hba Pleauat>h. Ecialnolo Calhanloa la- . ; ( ., .

veil! Awhile in furhe protection the adding the- ialt' water. Pour in the pheasant egg In this way they will idalhould not make'' hef Own soaps rem.rkinl. "That confounded cr.terl! diaoa.le pr8plr". Ih. Evr Uai) Dne '; Laud L'u ,," -

held with her hand a .m.1 c'r. salt watet-rand if bottle is not full gradually become more -tame and quiet with profit to her taxbooks, gaint to Dos.it worry you any-irT" -., and the is.mad wf t.' .our Ihia axtnet.SuitS lo Var. Bright" I UeJiL"; : W",',l'I..tr.Hoap, -

riage-parasol over her .. has add more water; Keep tightly corke each year tUt. they are almost as tameas her population and a mew ncenti'ei 'Al. nol 1 Perhaps, a you fa>"When cm.. .I.DI.I. certain I =| Dark Cotton $ Me > UruuiidE. tO|>peraa, -
noticed that the I of Of course this i* notto take our domestic"fowls. | We have seen .development your yacht. meet a'gate. Eh!" ,He lionabl qu.Ute. 'h. Turltlah Fiji Cattor I'oa BI-HulpliM -V.-

ben summer t0 h.toned m.nne somewhat of the regularbath,- wih.oap.. and wild water-fowli so 'talne they would 1'e8, are only I few of the most obvious -. laughed yet Fred*' deeply'wrought Iha"1 b.obiu."o ol .b 'w.a.. ..-C ike aaloMand OjKi.r $." !Cba Poultry, '- .1TASUJ N

in the keeping with her' revived feminine water but in case of emergency ..Pour come close for food, but pheasant-are le.kg.that.now hamper Florida feeling detected a'nervou note. '"Be- IIn'.C'h.n.e... .'b k. 0 vur. - t .1>.i Url tn,| liiaecUclJtj ,
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fripperies and *, Harper' a little in a saucer and addwith a always more-or less timid-and nervous in forwad march; others aregreater sides a muatatick4o hi. post ....1.0 that can b* had ...n..I. r
says dOOI lCt Potash
way ( and UMaa ( EtS. Muriate -
much soft watN. with' I. seldom will they'become ao-tame and the cut* deeper, We fever IIUCK CCO MATEBtALBs
a whether yellow
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Bazaar. the o'r'olcnoe. TOi'
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clean soft bath dipped in the allow to to _.mA.A *iln>.,...rft in she old days to force fhr. .'' .. High ur.1."Ol..t : .
: All of.which it to be .received with:i sponge as to you get very'. eoe .h. -.ten-" "
liquid quickly-sponge the entire! body them-Feather. the .. ; and hardship! of( with Afco Chemical Co. JAW rt" Cut Tobacco "Iem. .
satisfaction. hit
degree : "And daughter must stay "
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Giyenpp towel and"rub S. I weaker crowd -Wildtr'l K.lut.- No.. 1 (< !und _._ --
Take a clean Turkish ness ". .
proudlyand .
triar trend Americana her father, brokeia.Jeanne, H*. .
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,. b trl. Pcvltrr Not* low- now sorely JAcIONVI eaaad A.be; 'lut
vigorously the. skin tingles an. ne.d U.rdwo' OI'uud.ubcc
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ed to develop ii to the last of in unti in the pathsofiindtivtrial ,-- .
tolerance and it it this fate toward glow a fresh cool night The Autumn Rjund-Up.Do no neer.who w t guideus fe.rle.IYAt of her love and l'UOSI'uo ilCACIDt. 1.I"dJoLJt. St.w. r-
and into a clean? well-airet delay getting the and into developmen. and wield of ... Hrcl.od Tcb. '_
get her
glance
pule. bravery the father a
which the tummer typehat been rob gave f Bone. A .
in short time wit tbeir ,.if Ihe weapons necessary a growth not t.h. V I BI.htee and eev
&r and a you / jquarte/t Jot affection and then looked searchinglyat uole.cbe t
__._ bd. and necessary. bate, tutu ,
hurfym. healthy out-door oTrrefreihin sleep. done. We hop to have our. autumn% lest .trenu9lSL honor.bl Fred. v l'ssolvad'tone Black. al tber rrtlli.loK a' "
strong marched -
fne. Not all have
Te --.To emove Stain*.-When the hand roundup'completed before thisSs in PJpre-
it a delight to us All and in the Iront'to frighten the welkin "It i I. my own desire re pondeHaroldson < -
from fruit moi.tenthem The limb of tree it a
youn. stained a very poor
r She it and and are badly print. others nobly "tn stay and be owhat O. Painter Fertilizer
henel. sane noral and rub with tartaric acid a lump perch-for ,'.hen, after the leaves haveI I with battle-cries may-be- t1.t service I 1 Co '.
the canjn
j .rtion.1 cre Rub in well,' until fallen. Better get her comfortablyhoused not lest worthy are midst I .se-
large at a
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niceties of ber appearance and m.nner. a stains disappear. pea., .then rinse the "hand: before the cold autumn Wind and may be teen of all men only be- "Oh tom.-.ia) the dotorquickly.. 1- ri JACKSONUlLl. i.. J I:A. -

---that is lovely and admirable .0 in tlearwater.To and stoV'm'strike her. Aside from the causethey tower above the massei. "we are a. .I a you.are"in your -- - - t
men.: will tttyr"withoutdoubtr =tnert n Tl iakxpoiureitii besttogettheppllets ---- JJeldA QJ autos. .__ ./ ...
and flourish. We may well spare her RelevPrTlnte or the; into their winter quarter be BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR But Fred's Jr, was ..laed

unpleasant imitation the girl of th same spoonful amount of baking br.x. a basinof lore they begin to lay. The excitement "CATARRH THAT CONTAIN' by this inIference. assumed or ATE NTICtOASTTINE

tousled hair and .Ie.tber skin, tepid water. Bathe often. incident to new and strange quarter. MKRCURY.at wise, to thletened danger. He I 2 , "

strident voice dancne rediviut, For the Complexion.-Take equal and new and strange companions, 1 I. made his adieu with a pleadinglook .t ,
may be glad of ; mutt have ait- of tincture benzion and cologne quite likely to stop the eggprbdudngmachinery mercury will sure.ly destroy the Jeanne and was'rewarded only 'by i a &

other 'era of power puffs and Louis part water. say two ounce of eachpu; if it is already in working sense 'of Imel ana completederang! e pressure of the hand. He argued with The deat Through Cal Line frpm.JloridaCONNECTIONS. ,.- . -:
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OuiAze slippers. t- in clean bottle and keep tightly order. It seems as though nature the when entering it I himself for and against this indifference.
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By the light of recent research too. corked. Just after bathing; while the prompts the egg-producing powers to through the mt-cous surfaces. Such.r. but the debate only produced irriation .'

the dancing girl, rediviut, may be glad I face i i. Mill damptake a soft clotdampened inaction ,t this time of year, and the tides should nevr be used excptonprescription ,lie imoked played billiards red. :
of her excnio into athletic fields. with. the mixture and rub slightest provocation suffices biddy a 1 from reputable physiciansas the revelry of a dance did. not free his .
i Some statistics show I I.m satisfied that the damage they do is ten foldto mihd of .
lately compiled the face and neck; therinse an excuse to lay off. wi uneasiness: '- -
that 'I average dance, one of about 14 gently off over lightly. This remove the great problem to be solved before the good you cn possibly derive i Ol course Jeanne was the object upon DMTJMD T. AL.J B. -

to waltzes, two-steps and galops and leave very the skin clear and glow we can be sure of a supply of November from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure I which his fear now centred. Hi. ( Cte.l) .

.. takes a girl over 15 mile of di.t.ng. tan I December and January eggs is to manufactured by F. J. Cheney ,Co. yacht had been ready, to sail for several i \Over its ow rails to Savannah, Charleston
ing., > 0., containing no mercury, and< EYE AND BAR SURGEON E t ,
A college "prom 4 . ._- learn how' to overcome this tendenc oledo days, as he waited for the word of supreme T as _
and "extras" can easily double this Vwgwtahlw .aOavdav of nature to inaction at Jliis season is taken intun.ly. acting directly upon favor from her and then having Ti. I Richmond; and .I.hin" thence via;
ben that moultei the surfaces of Jh. Yea .b
stretch. Our five-year-old blo.d nlxainej it. the mountain' activity kept 'I Expr'De. ,
I i Sual'onions bean, cucumbn..p.r.c. . early-and began to lay early, was late- system. In buying Jl.ls Catarrfc 1 him from. an extreme solicitude __ JLRID r Pennsylvania! R. R :
and'almost all Cure be yougetthe genuine. lingerinl
ThOrpkaOr.. ly removed to new and strange sur sure 1 safety. He had invited l

The subject'of our sketch was a frail mae acceptable ald. boiled: '. roundin.s and companions. She seem is taken internally and made Co.in Toledo. the ather and daughter on trip to called the laid, Corrine, lo attend her - -

sickly woman in constant' need of Take proportion this an excuae to quit Ohio by F. J, Cheney Bridgetown but the do tor'l nrofessioiml mistress, whom he carried to a stateroom -

: cal attendance. Scarcely a month me- beets and shredded cabbage sprinkled laying. She was laying regularly when moniali free. duties would not him .to directing the girl to do nothingbut The 'Louisvjle&'NasIiyjIIe! viaMontgomeiy.The. ,
p. 75c.
ed that she did not hare tome doctor.or with. salt and set'aside a few minutes.ce removed, and her comb .as bright 501 t>y all dru.I'U.: price per accept at least for a week. A week I watch and report any movement or WEST _
a layer of beets on a bed of natmiunf and as a pullet's in April. He this animation. he .
: tonight. hour might of returning Then
other. Scarcely a week that she did large Pills the best. Jolorow. .iln V! Mobile & Ohio
not take some dope other. Herhusband leaves and spread cabbage ove r. present appearance indicates that Hall's Family are ," devastation of the town. .rote a note and tent a man ashore R., R, via. '

'was kind 01 indulgent an Garnish with a few piecca[ beet cut she does not cxpec to lay .nthel ..*ml.f a .*rlma ..J.eL Even at that instant he perceived
in quarters. Serve .I.d dressing egg before 1 hall try to surprise slight shock in the. afe.; accompanied some directions. the propeller --- -
employe, in one of our' publicinstitu-! A Pretty Sl.d.-Sel.c bloo beets her out of her apathy again if A cloudburst is reported to h.v by a vivid flash and distant rumble. He .gently Pe.endy, murky wa- > Savannah sal l Ocean Steamship Company for New '

i tion. of uniform off possible. This emphasizes the imporl occurred somewhere midw.,_ between went, .his boat at the pier rowed a couple of men were, busy at York. Philadelphia., Boston.
They had no children and thii' .a a slice'from item end that they 't.nd of getting the the!, andOcala Tuesday . ant tell To c.-
ace plet.nto Jacksonville himself to.the"Daplini sailing; the moorings.. A long hour passed, E t'i.t !ia Norfolk..Steamer, New York -
.tu
( great disapointment to them. Somehow firmly, remove. center until you have winter egg. night Mcintosh was caught in iu master was up waiting for him. then he made out the boat's lantern the as W.&laon'.n

hob1c pets could no be made only hollow red shells. Fill with >ln- producing begin outer edge and the leltuce crop it said "Looks wickeder than ever, sir Better returning, When -the docor. parched Baltimore. -

: to y.e.nc in woman'theart. egar until needed. Pour out vinegar Fall Housecleaning. addition to to have suffered great damage. let her'go." and dusty stepped into lion. Savannah.and Merchants A Diners )

And yet submitted to her when ready to serve and fill''heaping. m.kinl.1 sntig and warm for the win- Ocala Banner. "Not yet, Hanson. Tomorrow-per. oldson was tilting down a glass at 1.r .. Company f for Baltimore and Tr''Prty. -,

fate al inevitable and continued to drag full of crisp chopped celery/and mayonnaise i to bgi") now to fight net Now it cannot be understood how cooler. He had been waiting to act -_ 5ti.nesbIp -

.- along a miserable weary life. dressing. .Put on top. of each summer' crop We shall give Mclntosh't getting we could damaghe h.ps.went" 1>clpw- turned in, but it down for several minutes. To KEY WEST _

." One day a aeiehbr called her .at- a ring cut from a hardboiled flr.; our houses a thorough cleaning before ( lettuce crop. It true Mr. Mclntosh pnly think Any.feasible plan he "A drink-quick! gasped the doctor. Via Peninsular l & Occidental -

7 rtention to an boy who could sprinkled with'aiitof( Hopped ,. confining the hen* .Jn them for winter may have got soaking wet, conceived to involved and, falsehood "What is the matterwith Jeanne?" AND .

_, b had for the atking. He had ben Place itv-cvp't or lettuce leaves. and apply kerosene freelyon perches but how, his moist condition could 'both calamitous deception to the high "Nothing serious, 1 think. But I HAVANA' -. Steamship mpany .

7. tim in an orphan RajKsh and Celery Salad,-Cut long in order destroy any Ir. lce The effect the:'leUu --- ,
I :.1. A bright little felo twqyei'.f.L[.! 'Tdl.h.in slices lnghwise. and the breeding season for'mites i about past .Also it'it generally believed that was to life." Moreover the restless volcano nervous without your assurance," ." ,- '. . (.I'r"" : .. .

,. After tome child was adI slices into .stip into and it.is better '0'destroy breeding "Mclntoshes" are waterproof and bid might subside without further out DoctorFreron. had emptied his .Ia. ,.. .' .f',\:..\ ',1"1 ...I'Y"I.i\J: _1 o Id.fj 1L1; 1 I".:,l", ..11.'j,'l' .. .

:opted "1. immediately introduced straws.. .p.rt. mix with a stock now*,thart to allow them to crawl defiance to cloud bursts to soak them. : burst. Wednesdaydawned without any He looked queerly at Fred. "' .Interchangeable) ,ml'll' / fraoi
l housejv *f responsibilities. new French' dressing 'garnish with radis. into the cracks, to-_come. forth ready However there seems to be some con satisfactory plan suggesting itself. "Peculiar taste," he .ie sitting down rairoa: ) In the states a.-e on .Ie by the principal agenta.Through .

I' pleasure Mw problems. Some clothesi' rose and m.yonn.ise dressing. for bu.ine.at the approach- warm nection between' Mcintosh and the let- I' He found it' impossible to 'le the with a weary look. Fred Pullman .Sleeper,* Port Tampa to New via -Atlantic :

? prepared immediately. Te Potato thin some boiled again. An. application of ker- tuce crops in his neighborhood and this morning go by without calling on his smiled a little. inef alsovia Atlantic .Coast Line indSouihern! York. eat t

-r patter of the little feet .n the potatoes .and chopped parsley and .n osene or other* lice killer now and again connection is sufficiently intimate 10 Setrothed. He hoped to find the father "Yes, I lupo.e you recognize it it'. (I'rank C Boyleston, Commercial Agent W. D. Stark, Traveling Passenger.usgeiifl

bb,',talk soon di.pl the onion; sprinkle with salt and pepper very early n spring, and the battle i I. make his condition effect the lettuce at home too, and the hope was realized some of strategy you prescribed ? 138 West. Bay street Astor Building Jacksonville H. M.

: gloomy "loneliness of that chidlel and pour over three tablespoonfuls of I half over for next summer. Lettuce understand how this is.-Pen- but ''conversation elicited nothing Jeanne. Couldn't bear to leave you behind - mersdn, Traflic Manuger W. "., Craig T.er.eral .Agent. Wilmington

home either oil or melted butter, and ,moisten The Roup Problem.-Why I it that sacola Press. that showed an increase of anxiety o We'l talk i over in the morn. ; K rth Carolina. P".enle i

& Te adoption .reciprocal.' This the whole with vinegar. This can roup It so apt to break o in. the HIS, their part at which he .greatly dis- ing. heading for the Barbsdoe .

and woman adopted a friendlesslittle b served in tomato cups if wished. young stock soon after they are put. Cold Cmimc "_ 2Ktk. appointed. Jeanne rallied him on his s."
chid. and the child in turn adopted Tom.to. are delicious served very into winter 'quarten? My experienceand .ar timidity, and then, seeing hinr provoked He.talked quickly and brokenly hit

them papa and m.m1 cold and sliced on lettuce, or nasturtium observation lead me to believe that _On the 10th of December we requested sang one of Lamartine's ballads bewitchinfrly exctement. and going to the door.gave '

V with an unaffected sincerity. It was leaves with mayonnaise dressinf this disease or scourge is more troublesome Mr. O. C. Buterweck. local observ and left a kiss on his brown feelings with a .ho.t 'le Cbast of

the first time that these middleagedpeople Garnish with tips of golden-rod if let. at this time of year than at any er'for the Bureau to make a hair before she ran gaily up-stairs. Dolor "Go ahead easy alnect.
1 is
had ever heard tbem.ely.addressed tuce i is used; the nasturtium blossomif otre. The stereotyped advice seem prognostication of coming temprtun' Freron threw down the S. Paradise- -

as papa and mamma.DayrwentomThe its leave are used.-Marjorie Marc that cracks in the house are the *. His prediction; for the which he had been buried. paper.n appeared With from 1,0 to 10.0 cattle rrda '

:t , ,'-- - ministry of the lit- American A.ricuturit 'cause of roup. It is more likely. in had on the 2
tie boy, taken a't an act of chrt in.cre.ed my opinion. that the germs'of the disease on the ItStIi.-was a-omlet.u that Fred ;mmedintrTema of KloridaV-eouoties get their fresh I

.hit young life ,bpn invade $.am. TJa> .* K... I have survived since last .I..on. cess, and we asked him a fore "A woman aid do butter out of oleomargarine tubs, din

every crack and cranny of that Here useful and novel one season .to the next. The youni cast for January. Mr. Butterweck says. tor nervously and jerkily. "She cried, new milk from tin cant and pay from ,
V desolate home. 'They bad no idea ol are some very stock eac.o infection while running .t "The monthly mean temperature for laughed, shrieked-'Tomorrow, more fifteen to twenty-five cents a pound for : I
which
way in common kerosene oilm.y 'large roosting in the tree. perhaps Nov. 3.3 degree above the normal; will die beside will die beside
the joy that awaited them a rewardof be made me more musty refrigerator beef. These facts :
a to the
serve housekeepe I but after they put into- the that nature makes up .these excesses In her there
what they considered an act ol .r mel worst are not surprising a'they might
h.c who finds her battle with; dirt a losingStruggle. continued lower following paoxy.m e i.I .
of by temperature .
where the the di.-
germs shock Sand -
.el-acrfce. change in tbt home : henner downto was a slight of earthquake seem at first blush when we considerthat
cold
to I survived since I.s season or by waves rolling the nurse fainted. By dawn I cattle raising on a scale is a*
.on bpn r.e upon physical A white flannel ctot'.i' or piece of I More than this large
they are soon attacked a chicken equalize m.ten. about used and unnerved. Bahl A
health the Her I up from dairying culture'
woman. quieting white knit underwear dampened witkerosene' 73, 7U 84 (M diuine .
January years o.nc
has had attack
which
an roup even doctor must not be conditions -
powders were not to oren needed. will clean any porcelain or 87, P3. lHlr 07, 08 and 1W we have had .upntitiou. Bat potato growing. Ye -
in a mild form and recovered there I think dt .
Her only which render -
taken. prof'
:, recl.tlnr pi. not 1 metal Dry the tub first and ranging from to .t r.i.inl
bthtub from. immune from further attacksThere ? I 2
lemprture I have of foolish
'1 entirely elinrinat then with the kerosene office, and corre.pond.ingl son, thought a plan, a Stable, will one day make good
ed. Her health grew steadily better. cloth says rl an exchange. Every vestige are doubtless exceptions enough Jack.onvie We will have low ternperature. one. perhaps, but she wi not leave dairy region. The "Writer rememberswhen _
We heard her say the other day' "My of foreign disappear to prove the rule but at a general thing hoe.this January from the 3rd "to me but by strategy. I comes the owner of an Iowa herd of
mater wi I believe thit be the I have "
friend. when to case. You pick up the cue l.OOO head barely made butter enoughfor .V
V aee me instant's wi rediy'
and 24th
thy an with a-dry thethand from the to the'2Sth.Of
rb '
exll.lm. > about made mind that it
V 'How well you looking. flannel complete the lark. A porcelain up my wa course these datemay vary a dayor the girl came family use, if any at all. With the g -a-
..- wrought such a m'Ricl cure in yon) tlb wi be kept fresh new by roup which caused to many of my late two but the prob.bihtie'are th.tth the father with an affectionate glance increase of the population and the values -i
Hatched chicks die. of them
a to Many at the young people said,'- of real first of all ,
Have undergone operation estate came ,
you tome this 4th and 20th of January will be the ,
-t- or- taken tome patent medicine r 1 tre.tent. cut the accumulate) had sore eyes, which I noticed at the day., the intensity of the cold "Jeanne, I have accepted for both an fences, followed by smaller and better, -lU-. ; tJ:
I wil time. Those that survived seem to b 1et invitation to dine on the Daphne this blooded herds creameries cheese! -
reply to them have done nothing ol grease and generally.V.Axle greas governed by the interveningweather and U ,-
.the .or Neither doctor nor surgeon and will flt the sink ,itself perfectlysweet immune 13 New York from the diMae. | The pen las ; if the intervening weather is evening-Aht I thought ypu would be I.ctorie. until to-day half .of Iowa i ia I. _

has anything to do with it. It i I. and clean. Kerosene cuts I all roosters, to warm the fall will be decided and dan- pleued You'cn take Corinne and go dairy farm. Florid it still in a V
in of the of
the little boy we have adopted into out grease and fats generally. Axle grease week were put one pens I gerous to the citrus family; if the, Intervening I will come .soon after .. chrysalis state ame process of
the long brooder house to fatten
home that hat cured me. I would notexch.n.e before it 'and tar softens weather Is cool or wet and possible, certainly in time for dinner. evolution it in progrrst. We tee its _
dilPp.r Two of them have the genuine article
hit influence for the fair not Jeanne demurred a little, evidences in the occasional impqrtalions -
a thousand away. It i i. so volatile that raw, wi b so great.-
yet it has not communicated to a singleone put in a glance of entreaty and the ac of blooded stock- of-
doctor. Not only hat he brought us if put in dry heat .near an open reg of the White Leghorns-raised in Brooksville d.ir they -
.
and later quiesced. ten come in and the establishment -
happiness contentment bet he hat or oven door, it will .quickly.
-- back the house so far s'I can see, although Thirty Tear Ago. When at six the steward o of dairies near large cities
brought me my evaporate and leaveno stairfon the o'cok
be.lth..Medic1 there are about 2OO ai them still in the
,-4 1 .. T.lk Vape fabric upon which it has been used. house; tome of them only separated bya Thirty years ago the Agriculurl.tw. the Daphne dinner. DoctorFreron Jacksonville more ,than .
A* hair tonic Kerosene is a specific. tingle-wire partition from the launched on the tea had not ariyed Tampa h. a couple of dozen, Tallahassee '
iiI* Put little in roupy; "I'm so afraid will detain has Leon county forty 3,
after it
AP a a jelly glass u.-Ru"l New Yorker. During.that tme weathered .n eilht.
The girl who gets along in this world put ne out the light at night and dip a. kinds of storms': It has.Been breached papa,.said Jeanne looking at the city etc. The of life do not .n _

-.: usually hat only herself to I.a I. tip of the fingers in the oil and I ,on' th sands of bard times and.beaten _over the little stretch of gray watert.A come at once. but it is not difficult for -
thnk I rub the It keep the head Mark.tirg P..1I' by waves of hopes of look of fear crept into the ."ato the country dweller to make the New
survival of the fittest a.lp wi 'till -
the must be entertaining .Iir. I mutt perfectly and free from Dr. J. H. Hunt, of Crawfordville was sing her in poverty. again mary brightness of' her face the Monster England larch firkin into a gilt edge -

for 'otheri. She must be cheerful, I d.ndrf. and will bring in new hair in the city again this week. and a almot gone. With. a change of and the victim seemed so .pp.ent dairymald'l milkpail and the oleo paddle -
at Wa
know bow to make. and above young growth. usual, wat full of! enthusiasm ..the.ubject and wind, she sailed in deep water, Mount Peleei! in I its dim_ vagueness aslumed into a -golden- butter. ladle. :
.
an and awfulness that
all immensity
of and enjoyed all that with fine -F FPetet
r ;how for this last .0.
to pulr polr-rilig. increased with contemplation while the F.> and Flauar !
[ i-J''what will keep frend"run count most Mil Frontp1 it true that the marketing. etc. laUeI t weather and fair winds. erstwhile frivolous St. Pierre seemed .at
V ''dIV for her the Fittsburg new ''arreated at ic made .om specially good .uge. Only once during the thirty years ha For ten years the Manhattan Mercuy .
;} 'Pess.or a.ainl says Mr; Gold more'* reception lo foleri. ion*, .in conversation with the Tallamtsean she failed to make her weekly trip to to cower and shrink away from the ashin h.led almost a forlorn hope to

he had committed in the man. i carry her cargo of information to her breath of it. tormentor. The view from f- p. m. until 10 a. m. the next day;
;_ I'. A aII can't afford to me enemle.V Mr*. l-lighchurch-Yes. He had just "In preparing poultry for m.rke." eader. 'Very few bark have sailed tad already'impressed Haroldson in and where a torrid heat from 10

.That -a luxury very finished singing 'Carry,.Me Back to ad? he, "put chicken. of only one hat length of lime with as few chang- his way, and now Jeanne became 1m- until 4 p. burnt at "fever, .ex-m
people, and those the high and mighty. Old Virginia. in that officer hued with the lame dire m fT st WtatlKl **k'laat Caaa si nrU AaH *<
a way brought in a coop, near a* possible Even II Cs im, her; *. is .the Agriculturist efec. rirnes of the 24 hours the life '
;Jlf, f the gives way to her feeling and a tear to every eye when the Richmond are shipping a sevral different kindsto and fewer still where the cap- "Oh I must go to papa! exclaimed . of an invalid deceived by tapping a Niagara of Taalaaalal Flwiiaa, 554 tkr uuwraaatiaw, tiniti

J. S .;&_ ants herself the luxury of snubbing sheriff came in with requisition paper yo one man separate them putting allltck ain of today ..the cabin-boy of twenysix petulantly" and plaintively.. advertising forth the advantages a,a.rizos'r, 3,F,mrvswsm 7.).amit,

't A.a disagreeable woman (and it it a luxoryV for bim > or dark color in one coop and year ..0 Wait a little. counselled Fred; nerously of! the .ettnf .' Th-rws. v _b s.s.a.

: t 4 ) she ,will. b'ar to.pay for the -._ SS all white or light color 'another.. AS' we start but on bur thirtieth yearwe ; "he will ion be coining." .Pleas. No man of experience and discernment a .-. ST. AU Utrrt Ta% TrXA* .
-s.- ." indulgence thrice over. It I. : Mr Homer-How do manage how and wish'to rk'. little refreshment.' .
.1 YOl hey up much beter. give thank first, those of our .ab who' bat personally tested the
wonderful how Im.1 the word ."and to ge your carpets 1 clean Do'you more general . cVibert- whose names have on She presently yielded to Isis solicitude climate of the Pacific toast and ,that of _
ben -
-
- nine chances ) ten run hi""Mrs.-* a professional capt beater? -"Siiet should also be carefully asorted. -Jiat during 'greater part \ thirty and hin jnto, ,.the saloon. He his Florida will hesitate a mic to give. sorrow the dragging of invalids to the ida to spend the winter, that if a kind
of'wine
the tame woman over and over Neighbsrs my husband If old tent We feel that hande her. a glass b the will
across very one are being year they were uur prferne to Florida. Pacific coast, where the mercury chasing providence permiu.he return again
them and I
More than th.t the w meet bata alwaya do something .to market put a coop atone wa/m and personal friend*--almost.reated. trembled, :" taJd. dry climate of New Mexico and climate is the striking feature of Manhattan (Kan.) Mercury, -
him the
1' ; the houses. In I mke angry just before he b and in another. of our agitation. Arizona to ha -V 5_,
> 'rend. younger grown one Second.I- pre.et patrons our personal knowledge all the country, where the mountain
the
,- ... hotel and in any number otb.I gins the. Jobicago Newt.. Thenlf there are several alEe of smaller they have taken in 01"One execution would "think' we. .were' on eve I roved a failure in tuberculosis and oth- chill and the ocean damp freexes 700 : Another twelve month there will be

plce where bowing acquaintance at I A- French:statistician the V one, put each size car'fully to ilelt making the Agrculturist what it it, I Ito e' diseases,, while the climate of Florda able health resort in North America. times tt DeLand gathering and
_ V least b a good thing and theOpposite number of cowl in thi- .tlm.te If people would 1010' this mode .and we hope that the years to come; She quickly drank the winetd went hat been a complete .u.i While results have not been all we busy packing oranges if no cold comet thlt

decidedly the and the e would not only for them may be those of peace and pro.prlt the door to gue'at the pierHer With this'knowjedge have wished for we fetl that reasonable the treea. The
.wkwr' S at 63,880,000 amount butter I but he'taJd conditon. winter,to injure pre-:
.' 'grl who want to b. pleatant time i iv tbe 2.6.0 tons a yean" their customers would be ,... btt. 'lot.only. to but these reader In' AR1 lovr. anxiety lacreae tat down on without present, or" pro.pelv. success hat attended our effort ext crop,,' it tmall a* it is, will bring
.. and 7eld.a_ ;. al Forid wh.teer el.1 we year 4section.
world ,
of It in this lat .atl.leT.I.b..e.n walk of life/ the..cushionedlocker; taring drowsily rew.d Florida. ; i'thegreat work of humanity in teacjb- many thousand of dollar ,Into this
; the stoat
V sinus always, regardless of.her ,inner I I ; 1 / _ass 1 at y lu and inducing thetitk-nntjfflicted, .'...There art hundred of groves*
A to hit feet at a dinnerthe The Watete i* IlwU* Predwets. a x "Such a strangefeelragl"/ the mar- the land .nd-jweetr' lug ;
s, feelinga.. . ... t .e.'r cleared hit throat, and '"The world wastes f than It To liand. pretty fertile around mured. "I'm.dreadfully. sleepy. .Fre flowers. to. bri.htal.blne. pleasure the 'aportsman ndple sure seeker to ''about-thi place that will field fair-
> | mol I of ,
r.t b.t heah Florida mutt I another them
in
'. ? What is with spend their winters [crop year tome pnt-
here the matter nit ,
r of social fl
iriMMHtiti.KtMtai-a-aifc I : %Ktl / ses, laid a student i econom- ; resorts in the the Italyof
". i : from *.OOO to *10OOO worth of
,I..I' But.he made nb anawerand presentlythe be 4oi1ebythe-TailrO5dP.. tlng on
C ; letteratklntj for a M'K I bJ'n: r-:It I now'my er -pteaaant I Ics a ,century ago "A, French cool 'Weaten FarerW":7f.e: ; them America, ssPer1QrIn.verrway to ,the V year.Volis.ia. Re-,
.Te folow. th.kuinqistorIk& the}boat. of the4oast; conld feed another family''on the// wasteIronaaEaghiab.kItcbcu they girl lapsed jinto nnconsciouinesa.Haroldton'i. taly in Europe. Prom experience we 'know that once fruit: each County

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