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 23, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00056
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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': Orange. .tr.wberries, So much') for: the air'-curerw>Offbld.' 'barrln the ttua> l In ioreiiirnations.
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1TII1 PLOIUDAI rapidly as possible an4.will plant one such pernicious practices on the THE grapefruit. \ ". Now what is the mater wi applying ten Flerida planted to grapefruit could .f.,, %, _
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thirty acres these .manufacturers. Febr.-Or.nce. .wb steam for thu a4 covering .- not supply.ttid demand for it Reler- 4
One drawback to the Florida camphor end a bill was introduced and unani- STATEFLORIDA re.loqu.t. and -kiln- ,
.. plums. ar.pfrult lame -tiwitb. cnva ring further, to its medicinal properf f S
TithE grove provil&profitable propertyis mosly passed at the recent session of March- .tr'Wbri Jo- drying < very quick APP01HTMEHT ties, the evideikoe obtainable at thi'-
I the prlte of' tamphorgum. the general assembly of( this state which not ? -
GAllO pretnt. quata, mulberries.April.Orange5 ly -dricd'jn/ this manner, :.why b) hands :of our wisest phyiciaa* in a a
When the first groves were meet the derfiands of"( the growers. and ,- strawberries, mul Would ate.m-ryin&ilea its "aueY few of. our large northerircitiea U
planted its price wet much higher thanat alike.Provisions This AHKOraCZS overwhelming its
berries ban'la. slaTE APThe an favor that no ef-
THIS 1 A IDUSYm'A pre.ent And a decidedly unprom of( he Sit'The act which ITEMS TOOK ALL dewtr1e, bananas, the Joss 01 one such stack would sweepa BIOP fort at discount on it* value need be
GRT J1UB feture in the Outlook in Ibis direction .so recently the law in.this OJ ITT M.raag pretty wide row through the price ofa IT I'O& 19' attempted la my own personal eza

Am 'is th possibility of artificialcamphor state provides that,any person or corporation OV 1R June--Oranges, blackberries$ ) blueberries boiler and sufficient piping-to. do the I .. .' peneace I can comcleniiouily testify to

:I. lt.t. .Artlel. Froaa .. WellTrad beconln&very soon a commercial of uer.u.whoadulteratesGeorgia .male .* ike- Lfttl..' ><.atrl*,> That peaches, watermelons, Cnt.loup., jnorlp-1;( i I.,. successAnd .upp.I oo erosM wM 'Qa7. its benefits, as since I haye been freely-
Xw J rmal cheap.prouct cne syrup with glucose or the Whit Xly De- plums*and Jemon*.>v> ..tJiilf . thia, l Ma the only Itho,o.ay nod ata siaval the .ppodtm.nU using it much, if not most ol the time -
.M' n.r' Capk.a 1 ,But 'if cannot be other foreign( substance and sells such P.J-W. . .t'rc.U X Watermelons, nnt.lop.; ng->10 acres of, pe-yile- br ?' _ lOOCi ..'-. JUUfe day. for the past three year l Now at 711*

made to contribute to material wealth' pure Geor.giacane; syrup "WI plums,.peaches, lemons, fgs wouldn't it to purchase the ', year of age, or nearly'oi 1 am eniov .
--. it can be to comfort and happiness, (for will upon conviction be fined or imprisoned > .... figs pears, *, fit?" The following: appointment wee ing better health than for 25 year past

The following interesting article .on it i. an admirable shade tree and by as for a milemeanor'unde Aul.cUlv.; | r. '>' > \ '. Everybody" open your mouth at once by UC.I.,..<,.omcreuce in . And I am now surprised at toy folly in
the Camphor 'A rea in. Florid was contributed I its, graceful( symmetry vigorous growth section ,10 of cl. Ta This disease is peculiarvto rlih'ot. rSepteinbecapanese. -rimmon.: on thit .ubje. ..Let' .tniu-evethe ion last week at Vj >ncyl-' not eat it many year:* ago'
and foliage it acM'greatly' law the and i Is therefore (found in ; of caving the poor The (for it
to a recent issue of the Drug- not prohibit .dulteratlo guavas.Jr* preent. a .4.debCC : U. Lay;pre.v tatte however, baa to be cul-
guts' Circular and emica'' Gazette by to the beauty and' rich' s of a" but requires all adulterated syrup goats also in swilieT In the.mild formin grapes OctobersJapanesepersimmon, *. man's (friend-pea-vine baySoutheraf.uitivator. ". Ullu"J A .. ..VV. }4. tvated,' of course same a* that 'of
: branded adulterated and stating cattle there are noticed vesicle and y-I . ."' .. other
_ .Baker. of( ( : '. it. many tropical varieties, and this
'J'hom.R ovembtrOrsngesgrspefruitsstrswberries.i .
Florifal, .' Pb WiDlr'P.k The camphor material to\be\ distilled I plainly on the can or, barrel the ingredients ulcer one lining of( the 'mouth also $ ,::i!r t. . ." : ... i..vyit;ij.rcuu: .U", >w,_... .).rlr.dKc uuiticiuiun.n .; 1 never tried to do until 1 grew it my* '
leaves, twimor larger branches on the skin at the margin of'the( hoof Pr.t..U.n.Mention ."WKone" self. And'
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Since the freezes of the winter I u.e. .1. I DecemberOrangea, arakuit J\, ..,:..... U. .. '" ct. now, want it .at every
ret should be cut Into amaU pieces orcrushed and on the akin between the Joes. Farmer, Club in eon nica2ndbut few
w'nere is without 1
oi( fo before Nearly all the states glucose J Besides the above fruits tier th. ',_. ;... ._....... i'i .. 1... I: nasa
oiange 1WU culture Flori.chief -hic in order that the/gum'/ may used, as an adulterant,. stringent laws (from three to*five days after exposureto many nuts growTi) such a* chet. nection.With .froa protection suggestl V r.j./ juy, cuuvurd >.,.>.uii can eat it now before meals, with my S
In the middle WI te of( Florid.pnln.ul. ) be the. "iy< r"djli' capered by the are in force requiring the manufacturers the al..e cattle have a moderate nuts pecan and hickory null (tb. latter the idea.that we are'.now in the mostcritical j. Nv Weatlerlord.; Liberty mia.ion. U. meals, (or a* a part of them) and afterL'
heat and "most. F which disappear
much aclo. t.been thiiniay -be .quckl, of( the articles so adulterated to la fever (lo dgrees ) The growing wild I In some'parts of( our portoi of( the orange season so *. tircua.oi, l, i>eu; my meals, with perfect safety to digta. v
giv and effectually done by putting ith the of(the eruption .rel..uj non is
the cane or-barrels "Adulterated. .ppr.nce COTmer4 founant.Carisig far--a&. I concerned bu.w.a i.'iirsui&ui as'it far healthier for digestion -4 ,
a agriculturists to the railing terial l in.a barrel or box,'andCreaking be appetite i the mouth i kepteo.ed cpuntry.-Bartow. : time from of .. ; luaxtiHou Ciraitriniueycr than the orange It be
pt can
unfair this infant eaten even
.tronl is ( to atay frt i :
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.of with which (freezes would- L--
.e .
crop notbe it' I m"ie.tly U of and .nlt
with dribbling
or r.hlll a .spade which- destined There .1" Vo have a (frost late in' the ,auernoon.. with impunity
I so liable to .interfere.( 'A* a result or.other t".o or 'three day the . Poay-vlaea with -tltesuat, ote.. Decembr. work .Between ; carra!>.be and iopcliopoy, which I ,'
.imi.r in.trument Into proportions "e.icld) damage. cannot-say-for either-orange,
of.the interest in this direc- enormous I nopa" u.'S. nvberti; U., >
I developed .
W.&u ,
white a
lowish poor) ; has been w.a.lo'
M In the near future, to have-.the: valueof t With article of-jifr.; O Crl.tmai and New Year* day guvaa,10r even apple in my case. TO
1- lon which'was fixed by muc expert-- now J.m. aua'A'' Jams) A..t.ta the pure article almost ruined with. hemp seed, appa on the gums of lower the W. .;rerr1.t, N. C, in De- te critical time in the put but jouugbluou.. Nixon, pre relieve ''thirst, and'satisfy the'- craving 1 C
,L grown in work many', Which belore the winter The Ilyeaigatonl'made by the-State cbeap.dultranta.The. Manufacturerswere .ur.ce and of( tonge.. .lining The -vesicles . ,numbcr.oLThc Cultivator orange have been badly ( in .Uwei.tnc.'i.l.. }. I.aiauu; disposition to eat between meals, and
referred Board ( ( North Carolina very mch opposed to thjLjnew 'on his method of( curing pea-vine hay the latter day i of'November.' Then'; M. p.Uer'asi especially to'allay a desire to drink,'
it could Alriculture K. J.
a to was thought not ( a.'silver: dol- ;
be produced here. other ( ( deteciai adulterations law,:' took the p.itlon thatglucose fnal1.atain the sire-of, I I will give my'experience in thislineand being> comparatively green, .they v..urn.; White Springs W.IUI ' I IUradford where, or- when, water,fails to satisfy,
andjorm p..i'ble -heY. together, burs susceptible to cold, on l nothing can equal it. lt is 1'
products, it that 1o various .( poor inure the Ty Atthi the ask some question upon which 1 gore th'l I.te ( *Oliver .; a perfect
thouaht c- standard." """- - ." "" quality of( the ulcer. timl; .aiv would like the opinion of The Cultivator they begin toripen and sugar Iircut For least tola laboref in the.winter.andthe
pbor could be proltabl and .yrp. 1' i.I more profuse( and ropy, ; on-the 'o nue .bpriUKV U.'J.'
1< '
)proae (from an Bro. other interested s'mote, developed just- "ne 1. spring month whengettingun.pleasantly
The 'results of( the examination ,
"p.kln. mal characteristic' smacking 'Blacknala ;; j layO4ind cat$; Taylor
1 tre. bard' ijnakes that or J fend
mu.. Bouses and plnted of nukes exlibit, (fully convinced that whel The animal in aree. grates apple cu) tef.J. Lafayette warm, too much fatigued
jele. noises with the ;
-. abut bar. (for out o( of jelly examinedall pure Georgia cane syrup is tamperedwith moutb. cutting time I wa in a dilem corn are susceptible to ml..OI.J' to suck'the.juice from a fine grapetruitto
I. ,among the sprouting orange trees of( them adulterated in by mixing with it an kind of an lose -flesh rapidly, cases one Abut best method of{ saving my hay, cold when a comparatively light (frost mission b.uppieS.( Judspn circuit, open the peel, and gnaw out the
whose the severe cold had killed, some way ) hundred pounds. The, milk I is J. 1 Keneke; circuit, .1- Tyler '
\011 be adult r.nt. its flavor and quality are thic.relowi.h and noticed in the SouthernFruit will scorch them. ,Just now. with-thefrost depleted, tout healthful and nourishing
? &/'oter by them.elv. especially or othc'Tbeya1lciaim to pure both t 'There I..nothing white, has a ffad taste Grower a(.rtice Southern Cultivator ( that we have had in some plces ; Columbia circuit, W. U 1. Voss; rag and pulp, whilejbe_, : juice extracted
jellies made of( the fruit
to into:camphorvoves impied' .D into cheese and circuit F. H. Shift Lake Butler
grow turned Lake !
arel 'Jec6edexcepttwo' ( thanthe, will be cut and a little and water added
which tomatoes
purd difcult) vluable ) by'om. green sugar
''if ,' and (calves- (foot and 'Imore (010 ,1. a very paper rp
many groves were planted reduction in milk yield J, W. Austin; Macclenny,
makes.the delicious
tide as comes the evaporator, Carolina who had ones are J'1.'Tbur. most ade imagin
r.od.) The latter-claims be'a' one in cmpaatiyely'unijure
to compound -
'in different ar. of the' state of( and nothing which -rearard asmorehealthful'for".both'grown during the sickness: .nd (or some time hay Ncrtb outlined by Mr. ben Most of citr. "I man: Starke and Waldo. : able '
There was' no hesitancy shown in ;jelly comp.ed ,0 percent after recovery averages (from ( toTS saving I for self- lad} Melrose F, Stoker The of fruit
apple juice other ( people androung : naIl for ten year I took his (fever -immediately prepared to take measures Circuit J juice one { too, instead
platin&the camphor trees-on account 24 C cent .rut juiC children especially the. latter.It per cent disease may inoculated and the first day thereafter protection, but the hundred of smaller Jacksonville Di.trict-Free- of baking powders will make enough

danger (ron severely)cold and per SO cent cent.granulated glucose sugar analysis therefore a.Tords me"great pleasure' the udder by the milker. the vines were dry enough to cut, I rowers .re to a considerable extent land, presiding ) for biscuit, sufficient for*a large (ami.
weather (for fine specimens of tree shows that per it only contain Te. to witness a unanimous vote of the senate The disease in the feet .usually appears went into'them. overcome by apathy begotten to tome morial, W. l.1o'ael; J. E ly and i* far preferable to any baking

that had not been injured in the least granulated with a large per cent' on December in endorsing .the bill after that of the mouth There After working poles inUUlifl ground xtent by their comparative poverty. Wilson; St ad milion K powders on earth if grapcfrui didn't

&by. the great, (freezes were growing in of( glucote. sugar Cpnuining of I In Us entirety I it came from thehuuie. I firtt redness heat of about 12 inches I nailed two cro.s-arrns They are "traiting to Providence"tiat A. Hartigan; Panama mia.ioJ. sell for ten cent and upwards.,_And. it - '

many .rdl and grovel m -Florid. apple juice with"only 6 p cent. of( Captain D. G. Purse, pre.idonor the skin at its junction'with the.hoof I 10 inches above ,round At the omehow they may 'ee.p just McDonelli -Fernandina, E i K, Lay; is evtdently-Ur-more-healthy m bread
Indeed tbd-tree-grow well .South- oilier fruit juice it should have been the Savannah board of trade, and a and e.pc.lJ between the toe up lDI of( each cross-arm piece his Jonce. -The'old true Kna.'ler)circuitJ.6.Jdorrow-aI. than any of the powder preparations
Gor .and .is rarely)injured b) a light yellow color but instead itwas man who has, more than any other one on of("the.. (foot,, on one, 1 1-2 to (feet in length was driven in one that "God helps'! thoe.whohelpthemselveLThisw.ll ; Weir; Green Cote andMiddleburg But another grand.featuto ia, there isif /- '"
.... Lolc J moa>l -* ar in Georgia, worked_(forthe devel- may be upon all (four feet at the same : : be abundantly. H. J. Hamrn! Moultrie understood, no waste about this

camphor tree i well ad.pted to tificiolly arked"owinlhatt.u to opmwnt of the sugar .nendulrii timeThe; 'eiceapl"nfterada I (our nndl.ieo".rthen piece cro..ra. proven> with the the 1mele at or mission, to be supplied; Pal.U.N. H. fruit The thick rind, usually thrown

a sandy and rpid) and be a red coal-tar dye. was preservedwith largely re.polfible'or( or two. (far out tram the pole as they would blow degrees. Wahanl; Fruitland and Vblusia, H. S. out, can be fed to milch cowa. 1 have
t vigorously* wi hout' much formaldehyde.Of I and passage o( me.lure. The soon -urst Tbe'ahimal become lame, reach- thus a square. With corners the casual observer it may 'seem ; Daton.W. A. New seen cows accustomed to- them, take -

Several trees that were planted at these ten samples four( are largely law .a necessity and had not the moves stiffly and lies down a let of( fOI'minl resting oIL, or about on, rather a big joke that. man (ingoing Smyrna, . Mert E, J. small fruits ia whole and chew them*,

_ 'Winter Park five o six years ago,' composed, of starch paste, artificially"! legislature actedpromptly the hard deal. These veicle. ordinarily, where the.quar cross-arms were nailed to to "warm up all out of doors." This Gates; Titusville and Cocoa W. F. up,, a* northern cow do apples.. But-
which were then two or three feet high. colored and preserved with a work of( the south Georgia farmers in one or two weeks. In some case where stakes.: Hay was puton this skeleton il the mo..superficial of( reuonila Shoemaker; "or Pierce and Stewart, I these peels make the finest quality '
are now fine, .)mericl trees (from fifteen (- preservative. These are chemica the production .of pure- cane syrun the animal i i. compelled to or the to scaffold up half-way of( the pole, .nd No one pretends to warm T. W. [ ; St. 'Bastian mission, of preserves.erfectly delicious-

to twenty ( hiSh Of( the manyfinT least, if not wholly artificial jellies. Six would have been seriously. handic.pped.Deter stand upon damp-soiled ground With 1 another ie't of cross-arms bailed to eral atmosphere. At most all that isxpected T.-li4. White; DeLd mission J. E, while the whole fruit makes the most

trees growing locality, the of thefiure artificially preserved withan Syrup (for Cn.umerl-Io (Foot-diaease. bcome. complicated the diseasetakes I x>le. The stalks was finished in a . is to'overcome the cold currents MickUr; Miami F. Pa.c; palatable marmelade. Mo. no waste
most ,striking'and beautiful one is a objectionable. preservative (formaldehyde boadinl houses. ( ordinary germ.ld in (fell the greater number of( that slide down' from the adjacent rayne Bajt.mission. J. S. TumliaonWest ; to the grapefruit if you know how

I.ra. camphor tree. It is about twenty ). They all contain glucose instead lies supply their tables wid an extra virulence, resulting he hoofs I[ was and as soon as hay was hill, and canyons. Not by bonfires Palm Be.ach mission, C. F. Black- As far as the bitter tout
the bones loss cuUin&
,J ,feet high and thirty feet in dl- of( cane sugar. Some of the samples a pure article of Georgia cane death >-I f and blood, 0. ill up coudy week, came, on, with that break through the lower at, burnt; Key Largp.J. R Walker; Stu is concerned we can furnish a recipe
I V i. the lower limbs being lonaeat contain only one adulterant while which heretofore they have largely enjoyed bed-.ore poisoning. blowing .ho.r and occasionally a nosphere to the higher and carry the dent L. l L, Lane, that removes all that from the preserves

1* and ne.r\touching the ground other and some of in name only. The syrup goes In the malignant (form of the disease climax capper diving deep into the heat up like stall, chimney, but by a Gainesville Di.trictL.. A. Cate, pre but many.- once accustomed to it,
._ Its dense (ol'Sa'shuts them hUL.lverl of( artificial (from the farm pure to the manufacturer the animal may die suddenly 'or lnce stack; multitude or comparativelyfeeble( elder Gainesville'ajjd Paradise, prefer the bitter in a decree. In that

off completely alt view o trunk None of them )a.pure pro but there it is rebelled and mixed a few( hours with difficult .. 1 had been tbld by someone who I fires that have not"the energyand .idinl. Carpenter; H. is the quinine-the medical property to
,Q\ald the tree looks like a .broad-based duct.-Exchange. I with (oreil ingredients principally discharge of blood- (from the nose, (ound out later, had heard. someone else force to mount up but gradually B. Frazer; .Brou.o.F.'rcit. dispel malaria and relieve biliousness. '
.. pyramid of vivid green restng upon the I chcdp of( glucose and the publicis great pro.trtion. and-die from paralysis say that his neighbor said, i the stackiwere spread'out.. over the surface of-the neyerl T. W circuIt; Micanopy, And, 1 can say, further, that thejisl*
..The trees may grow in this then defrauded or deluded into the of the heart and 'Iung.. The di.e'l. molested'after"being theta creeping everywhere into the Citr. More
Iound From thr Florida Alricuhuri.t: ereced ground[ LfL. ; J. L. Pattillov of it, or something else, has so far relieved
the may -trimmed as to God ausa Faoklsa purchase of( what they believe to be spreads from the teats to the would surely spoil; hay lower places and warming up and Ocala, J.). Wil.toa. Plant cir me from nual-catarrh from
the ,t>f ordinary trees, but Georgia cane This is an causing violent inflammation, bloody ) and would the colder and in- ;
: lake pure syrup. to go through a sweat "rivill put more which) iu year past, I have suffered,
cuit. B.
I the camphor trees of( Florida differ ma- I would seem .(though the constant imposition which will -no longer be al- discharge and hardening! ,*,< wastingof be. very hot which was natural. After currents that do the dlale K> Rape; Anthony; Wildwoqd circut. H.J. greatlyX). that I now feel scarcely any

teqally in shape from many of( those harping upon this'theme in which the lowed. ( that organ. VI5ice' may form at ome weeks I became uneasySbout the The upper atmosphere just .bve Cr.ndel .. circuit.!. Dai- it *ll. And. a* 1 abandoned .
I. t growing in the great camphor (forests press of the state has Jndulld. and the The United States government the root of the them to dampness of( the hay, discrediting the ree-tops is always 'several deree Inverness; C., A. White the lise-pf catarrh remedies about '

', of( Jap and 10rmo..Tlere the conspicuous place it in recently'appropriated' through the department drop off. The entire skin especially" of( theory of my informant,began to tear warmer than close to the 10ud On ger Webster; circuit circut.. PaceF.-uahnell; two years sgocah you blame-me for

_ _ l\, trnk naked ( fromI h. agriculture at Washington the abdomen and chest; and down the alacks, and (found U") cent the grass the ,. giving credit to thevuse of the grape-
I I twenty to thirty (feet from the ground conventions and lter.ture of horticul f.O(or the purpose of aiding the may be invaded. In some out- of; hay below pl cooler b one to three degrees than it circuit, C H. ; Crooksvilb Iruit for improvements, through the
)j I and a beautiful( and symtnerical top tur"l-loiet e., should have eliminatedbad sugar cane growers of south Georgiato . the losses are .ver light (from and black thlro.-.rnl gray I was il 1 at the)ordinary height at which the mission, J. Phillips; Hernando rnis-. improvement my of my blood 1shall 5,

f rest* upon this trunk, and the entire packing and gives Florida a different develop the industry, both of( growing 0 to-1 per cent.) and spontaneously very much discouraged, but kept up thermometer is hung.. Hence the grass ion-H. Pv Blocker; L.burg. J. Anderson claim it until you disprove ifc- ,
*,>' tree i I. symmetrical for thetrunk, isproportionately reputation in this particularfrom and manufacturing the j juices into in two or three weeks. In other the down. Next day I began to will show white frost when the ther- ; Lady Lake, mi.ion, T. J. "
in some case.',- in by improved methods. outbreaks the mortality may reach no tearinl and found lhat the.blackdampness not Fink; Um.til. circuit R. J. Wells; Astor "Oh my, says one, "haven't yoitan
,.fyb older ( lal., a diameterof that which she the'seenis to'pne.( _/It is, yrup Purse teilsmc that since the Cpt per cent. in adults, and as hfgh'as' 8* haul b.D dried out to a ginger- mometr Then .wil rea.ter it method I..k.-J. Browpj, Intrlachen, T, ax to grind'" Why, not bless your.soul'we've .

ten to twelve-(eet peverheel.producers of( ruit are a* much that of' the bill referred to, he is satisfied he pr cent in .ucklha The duration cake brown with the whiskers shaved would you tryf Remember frost( S Ani.led; ,Minnery Coba, W. G.1lubie quit grindin do axe* at our "xhoaise
tune anything
b- outbreak is from (four to ukvent to
In regions of-( the can now get the appropriation doubled. off, while that not damaged was a rich sometime work injury to tree by
East bmphorroucn& 'chieflyfrom hind their cmptior in the matter.'ofpreparing : South Georgia has a magnificent future .ix'week. and with a-few exception golden yellow. I hauled iqt about *M U producing mottle leaf 'and otherwise Orlando Di.trictE Harnhelder, but bud the grapefruit on lemon stock
products for market as of her in the of( the the animals soon recover the lost ) presiding elder. Atkis- and sell the fruit Want to buy some,
the trunk and larger limbs of the ahead devlopent per! cent.01' the entire crop ((25 acres ; we.kehinl"the 1ree-when'.the fruit OrlndoR.
I. 'tree, the wood to fineness they are ahead in quality. of ruit they sugar cane industry.. 10une In the exceptions t the delay The remainder I stacked .pasture (for lo injur .This ha*'been son; Apopka, G. ; J. shipped to order? ,
beinl reduce is due to the results of( T. S.'W. Carson.
by ..mean scraper. It will mean irt a Sewyears a great recbve. th ob..ed.> b to (form Mitccl; K"immee. J. F., Bell; .
Trees of a less age than fifty are prduce So a-demonstration'of the dif source of wealth to the farmers of( that dileae. as em.ciaton. lung catte. my hands to spread out the udgment. .)Te .o.1 basket and oil R ; Bartow, F.R Frostproof, Fla,, Dec. UJ, 191Y2.
er '
.' not regarded sufficiently ) the lo. profit 'from .ecion. by the development of( a splen ucder. hay a* they put it on stack which Ijelieve pot seems .bt evenly balanced BridAe; Mulberry. circuit T. E Temat..s $ S
proper the and lame
( hoof .J4pp.u.1Ua.I
to yield enough to-pay (for work r.utina (for their product and the was a mistake. I .should have In their effects; 1 far either-. will 10melld F
ing gum them. \ care in the packing a crop of ONangea manufacture of sugar which will not only ness. The animals are also damaged put on loosely. hey Mr.. raise the temperature sufficiently to J. Hardee; Bowling circuit If one were to compare the flavor,(

Florida is' to. distill recently came to our notice thatwe I gP towards supplying the people of for breeding purposes.In ben .. overcome any frosts that we have A. Taylor; WaucbuJa crcit, H. substance appearance and general good < ,

In the leave 1 and pr .p.ed branches. cannot refrain( from citing it (for the Georgia Iwith that necessary article of( sheep; goats and pTgi the di.el Some of the stack-le were full ever seen in southern California.( Then Cole: Arcadia B. F. M.ln DeSto.W. qualities of the vegetables sold ten ,
only other beside. We is generally confined to the feet, whilein .' H. Funk Fort Myers. S. with what offered in the
From various analyses that haye been benefit-of( those to. whom it convey l o.bat many states ahor. and this .1oe hand to pile the smudge of .moke'an4 steam Is also ; Lw years ago are
' made of( this material it hasten found may wonderful re.ources and all thatis horses'it. appears' in the mouth andis hay up over topa The upper division very eeln. on- the principle that a ler; Alv circuit D. L.Switzer; Punt markets today, the difference would be
( and a lesson. needed is their througha rare: of all these stacks was -aved covering, any kind prevents radiation Gorda and courthouse .H. W. 10iler! striking, even to those who knowlittle
that f twigs 0.1.are .requiredto Two groves in middle Florida stand proper system and a lull recognition 1 Children are specially liable to be- almost entirely, while a greater percent of heat This is known, when alight Fort Bassenirer mission T. R. Adams; of such matter

a areter pound of( camphor. It iai side by side, and in care and condition of( their value. come infected by drinking the milk waS damaged in those where poles film of cloud covers the.1 Lakeland, S.' Hardin; Everglade to be Probably no more striking example

expected yield on that leave and cuttings can of( trees are practically This law just passed will be rigidly 1101 the affected animals and may protruded out of( top of( stack. The when no frost will be seen. supplied; Lakeland mission, E p. H.r of the progress made in the time mentioned -

i ,.be taken from( the tree at least twice Each this identica.boxes enforced The growers of( south Georgia I The disease is also conveyed to bottom divisions of( all were alike dam- .tmoiphere, .after a rain is always vey; transerred R L Speth,R A. can be found. than i is lurnishedy
produced year .bt I in the protection' of( their industryand man through butter and cheese woundson ,ged on account of( selling when damp; pr.letiv in its character. It may . > .the tomato. Here is an humble pro

c a year o(fruit which was packed b)the two its future development will see to the hands and arms and by any Intermediate thus plent of ventilation cure the hay lok very bad in the morning to see Tampa District.-J. S P.ter.on.pre duct of the garden, beloved by all men

The writer has done much'"Jprl owners in the same packing house it that (frauds perpetrated willfully bearer. The symptomsIn nicely. everything white, but these white siding elder; Tapa Firt who have a proper fondness for good

,'menting in distilling has( the sized on the same siter'and shipped to by the strong arm of( the law man are (fever, disturbed digestion the Some of the hay was cut Friday roMs are never the detrimental ones K. Thrower; Hyde pak H. things, that has been so changed and
I Florida tree. and. probably hue the' market whenevertheir products are being Injured eruption of vesicles on the face, fingers, rained on in afternoon; nun shone very to the (fruit; they may be 1n the Duti; Tampa Heights, R H. t; improved of late as to hardly know it
t'i 1 1 greatest :.mout of( camphor that came by unjust manipulations In. the arm, ce.t. lining of( the mouth, throat, hot Saturday Sunday and till 10 blossom ornewly formed (rlt..prnl I Tampa mission, H. F. Rob self. Arid it is strange, yet true, that
i of(
I has tried several form distilling The only I difference handling were markets of( the country.This .is no eyes with vomiting, which Monday noon.eveninl did not keep any One of the best methods'where the ert- Ybor City and West Tampa mi. he improvement in the tomato ha

apparatus( arid has.tzsed Iver.1 differ- in the picking and grading of( the-fruit only true of( cane syrup but all may end fatally In chidren.1'bree1tulaajnoce. setter than that stacked ten_.minutes cold I.'not say not-over sion., to _be-supplied; -Seffner,. Ir.R. been-due--largely to the discovery of
obtained (from to.
.. 'yet kinds been otTnat-erial in their construction source.' and in selecting the packing paper. This ca.e of (farm produce.-Harvie* Jor tested the after cut 24 or 2 deirees.eere.i* running water. I Taylor; Alafia, I. A. Vernon; Br.identown. hat popular ailment appendicitis.

cut but .the-'best have been obtained latter is so insignificant a matter as tp Atlanta 10urna communicbdil ( disease b) N eft year I shall cover my sack which .. the temperature C. W. Inman; Manatee C- C When the surgeons first established
; re.ult of affected ; Palmetto, R. L. Honiker the fact that appendicitis and colic were
somewhat im- drinking mik an with some material, and will Iwo or three degrees. Especially i I. 'Ccl Ele ,
with be overlooked entirely by ship .
apparatus . t
an in many After *!. They were all sick and suffered vance an idea which I wish criticisedy his the case in pl.ce where the water and Terra Cela.M.. H. not one and the same thing, and began -
,:. liar. to that East-and used made the camphor almost entirely groves pers. Yet the winner in this competition K. O. l bu rtrtUiactr'Vo., iron fever headache and ilcbinl of( all practical haymakers. The .vinl comes out of the ground above the Sarasota, J. H. D. McRae; Clear-water. to operate.for the relief and cure of4ppendicitis '

t Of the work the insisted that the use of the very JorktowrUto. fl*. the hands and fingers, five of( pea-vine hay will be of mo temperature of( the atmosphere ands J. S. Crandell; St'Petersburg. G. W. there, was much discussions
For experimental
,of woo de.cribed simple and inex best quality of( papers, well printed with! A series of tests of several! of the days, .followed by eruptions on the ment tome, another year, .I shall run" into the orchard while at-111 UVo Mitchell; Largo, S. Brooke; Blanton. to the cause of the-then dread a(Ticion. -

(olowiaa (found the brand or trsde'mark of( the best brands of commercial (erllier.a. hands fingers, tongue, cheeks and lips. sow peas after 0 acr. of oats wheat 2O degrees ..bvethe- eri T. J. Evans; Dade City, W. B. Tresca; The conviction soon became general -
: 'ppive apparatus to b e.r ago, resulted, in my Ul The treatmentconsists in isolating and rye, 03 to 8 acres ol Anyone of plat Plant City and Oak Hill, H. Mice; that it was due to the presence of
st.ador( ) i t. grower, has .much Influence on '. for the)past eight years of your good, the sick animals, feeding them on gruel. all. .of( which.I shall attempt. to hosen that I I. most available and will Sutherland R. Ira Booth; Key West, foreign bodies in the appendix, such as".
'Te retort part of the apparatus a lulu as -othcr one thing. almost exclusively, three quarters being with clean water and clean stalls, which corn give immunity frm' There are First thurch, H. A. Hodges, E. Diaz; fruit and vegetableeetisr'aTiclrThefe
;''. hich* U water tight and. as nearly shipments) (from these tw groves of your Simon Pure brands and should be kept dry b absorbents, suchas lVe never more than two fro.t or three night Key West Spark's S. Scott; upon, the doom of the toniato,.was
) Chapel
possible-sCeam tight. It is made as all giving of kainit Mouth IDEA. Key West sounded because of the many seeds
1 were made during the same interval -ltl.f.ctloa plaster parts, or m a season when it i i. really dangerous Memorial. Beer.
(follows Four good boards about one As a specialist in orange I sores should be disinfected (frequentlywith Place posts eight feet apart each way and any f the above form of( proteo, President Florida Seminary S. W. contained in it. There were large and

r.;'.-.ndonehaUfeet'> long-.aad Jourteea ate .mL.ark..odi"were study to-so-cultivate and fertilize my ereolin. lysol alum borax, t.nn (forming a parallelogram lUxi i feet) tiori; ,malie c a cheap insurancc.Ex- Walker ageatFlorld.SemninaryJ.. P. raalL ancL highly_coloredtomatoesinthe
inches wide, are nailed together so .I 114 grove* that the ground may gain Infertility acid or nitrate of( silver. Te ( running north and south this w. the a. Hilbnrn: conference colporteur, J. P.. market, but all were full of seed

'. to (form a box without ends.. Strips an I, The net returns* from one grove avenged remain in good mech.alca should be (frequently bathed solutions sun gets all but north end). N.i)Ix Velvet . Durrance; Cub mission, H. W, Baker Here then, was serious situation confronting -

inch or more wider are put around each (fully on. d.llar per box condition, the tree of carbolic acid blue-stone tar strips to poit the ItMeet way When this of H..Perry; G Fletcher the big tomato growers, a*
end to increase the end surface.( Thena .bv amount of healthy, well matured and or ereolin. Inflammation of( the udder feet letting the first come mentionln&' cropas one U.S- well a* gardiners generally.
of tinned sheet copper (ordinary those(from the other where the(fruit wood and liberal of( of ointmentsof part cou. the crops can success- Tfce
piec resistant crop demand the application due ground. scatter for.&e whic b W..a Grap.f.-nut There were then and there are still
plate or sheet iron would answer was more carelessly picked graded and handsome (fruit of( highest juice, carrying ( creoln. lysol and camphor and with loosely }xV* the Iona wa on the bottom uly grown in'the South, r laked Pemel .. men who make a specialty of tomato

r' very well) ,js on one end to beth yrrappedV The cost of( the and keepinl qu.ltle. My success : boric acid combined with course of p.t .trp'), forming a hat it in our'oplniol. better fitted EtUor' rtoHia growing and who originate all the new

4 bottom the other end to be two methods was' insignificant. Thedifference in delee. is glycerine.-Florida.Experiment Station skeleton & 'foot above to grown. a* a crop A.rt varieties that are offered to the grow-

,cover i mae. that can be (fastened a.woodenby on in profit was a gcfod dividend well known and often ate.ted the Press Buletin. by Dr.'Ch... F. Dawson ground WMCtfeei. Uno.d wagon plat- b for. feed as it ail-improvnl. a rampant Your last copy we think i i.' worth cr5. These did not dispair, but laid
the apparatus, public press, the h.ndle.. consumers V. lorm With horae cabl. crrier. tha ,.ucl more than the subscription price, annually if: the public wouldn't eat a tomato
bolts passing downward through on the total value of either. ( the two of m fruit and the retur 're-' . (full place'until i rower[ that it i II exceedingly difficult and ought to add to Its circulation. with seeds in it they'd grow a tomato

the strips,' and, provided with thumb groves. ceivee.) Eight ..atbs School for' Every drppic.rler;i ( .ll. over this to cut and banet In confirmation ot ITie diagram on fruit packing, the ar- without seed And they did Not entirely -

screw.; Cleats are fastened arond abounds In similar Is My recommendations of f Cent?. lUxtti-leet scatter anothercourse his, we that the crop was tide ?" the velvet bean and those ontheChinese without seeds, to be sure,' but
Florida your Now '
Inside-of the box -shout three inches c.e. .pce at ,the N Qwolin' Test '
still for field alto the 'bills talked ot( for intro of( second skeleton IO. oQb' sugar"cane are both entertaining with so few seeds in them as to justify
easily 'not with (fruit to Among
there one neiahb.
the bottom to an some Tarboro and turned
(from support and
cnffpld three feet the Fill t'.rm lat ea. encouraging. And at je-ur assertion of the originators that
.removable perforated( 'b.rd The compartment ship: who -will apply the lesson beforeloo'lateT crops, ha 'invriably W.brought Hart methanks duction at the next is I..ion of th Ploridalegislature (for this scaffold .b., and 6r.t to down a* a preparation for a corn erop pleasure we now propose to place be hey had produced a seedless tomato;
< thi* is (for thewaterand'thaAaboveisfor a doinl. S a bi pr9vida& result that the plot fore
below *o
in top of( twelve to 'J"e your worthy some item whereupon the tomato was restored to
) ( the camphor a... Hawk P.r. Fla.a' a _., the establishment of hlteen-p.t.high. Cover withcanvas iroduced the heaviest yield of corn and about the grapefruit which ought to popular favor.
in and also for >
materiaL IA delivery tube madeof every county the.state: of( all the The 5.4
lover enlist increased attention its cultivation -
Myt-wp. duck.This would allow ventilation as .o
bamboo1'stalk with the G..rgi. (., BEWARE OF FOR an eight. months' term year. The or I 'lo. te.te 80.GOinshels But that was not"the only change
'of( OINTMINTS yield of corn on and
a piece ever use. We do
three ( and in loose plo expect our
hay WI
every the
'( Within the state of Georgia CATARRH bill, a* will a proviso eet made in the tomato. Without great
joint plug bored burned Ont or a recentycats propsd. would take a drifting rain to blowbetween. per acre, and of stover X.28O item to be new to everybody, but hope found to bear 5
wooden i of any. kind) with one has won national reputation on MKRCURY. giving 'from the county vl Next bent yield was on a plot that some things will be number of seeds they were
tub of would Ib. new to ,
Georgia covers course, many flavftr.. This flavor wa
articles of food, namely the free tuition to the schooL ,Such -law Te sweeter in
endclo> "hole made near two. will the which (fertilizer had, while"none
I as mercury surely destroy protect (from downpour and they a complete we hope, will bo imietiter-
_ "e. size and solidity wartincreased
when and Georgia cane syrup. would of benefit to retained while the
of the and inclining prove Inclcl.ble (
the top bx p.che. sense of smell ana'completely dernce could used 01, apple following a dressing of taming to any.
In' place at:. I .,of( about thirty in&enuit)ol'man' has'yet been the whole syfttem when'' it the state, and i intorduced.a it'likely nmbr. year I, this the yield was .i until today there are torn-
ot enternl jfoperly taken 11. plot We believe'it to be the most '-valuable to six inches m dlamter '
'of( able to way treating a common will certainly both cae toes running op
) decre" cmplele the, ntor par. beach deia so as to give it,the bloom through the mucous ,urf.ce. articles house b.hould a dissenting. ; When ready to..hted, and bale, thework ** 'per. and 1,800 fruit on the globe,.today, of all from two to four pounds each' in ,
,- the apparatus." and flavor of( an peach, though should nevr be except 0 While 'wlhout educational .,. vote', could be done in field. tover T. next highest yield wa* the'tropical rarietiea, if not-the superior weight, that 6re as'solid ss a piece ot-<' '
T' condenser is.limply a bu ke or doubtless efforts Eberta by commission prescription (from reputable a Forida', above many. other .The hay should be raked In windrow made'on 0 which Soy bean had oi any>varieties elsewhere. Contemplating -' meat defy all sorts of weather, that
cold water is as the damage they IOW and piled.with rake, a small swing-crane been turne4 dow T. plot mad a an. Its until the
j into which kep men in thcait to pass off fruit wl'do state It I. by no., means what' it attempt describing ait from the first picking
V flowing-constantly, and the,flow from other state as Georgia to the good you should be,and what the people of attached' front of bay.bodywaon; yield of,.244 bushel pr &r.and -V virtue we tan hardly decide where to coming of frost and of which a* high
that thewater keptt'lf' aroW from| them: Catarrh Curmanufactured Fr driven up to and a greater :lbs: stover. The yaue the increased begin nor where to end, nor bow we have been taken from
r.; regulated Ice.i but that-is a matter which we can ida deserve and are able to pie pr a. twenty ton
., two or ) Inches from the b the trade to the ( b H.I'f Cheney ."C'oleo. wel: of pile lifted te yield 00 tb'Velvt bean plo shall find language adequate to do justice a single acre. The tomato specialists.
ttH prevent 5un' '
f 'ye..eL; outflow U blow value)euctiJ of our splen 0:.' mercr -Tropicl 4sS ". Green pea-vines 'ae exceedingly over the cost of (erizr. taking to it'virtueWe' think, however are justly proud of their accomplishment -' .. _ _
t. Jji 'the Te of the opDinl low. true .',. i! t a Internally, upon the Tea heavy and difficult t hnde and two value of corn at 6O p.bushel and when feasts for th,-eye are consulte4that -
'80 adjusted tne-t>io 1
i. men la
.J ::. end of. retort tube didGeorgia produced.from I .nC and > r.also ton nothing a grander feast to behold in other direction
'*,, ' it will be close to the water?? cane syrup .buying .Hal"a. Catarrh here numberr above and unload with horse and which[was nearly five time more than than a matured grapefruit tree laden -. But Improvement often without ,
_. that T of our-ribbon cane, hap won I grown ,, a* well as cr- the value of the has been just as great and *
the be the increased
"t tcamphor condense* 0'the water Juce. I Cal cure yon get enuina- that are supposed 'to. beTcbnfined tote rier (faster than a dozen men could yield o any with bright fruitfrom ;he top down such good reason. Many garden-'
sl j in the end of the ' such rptio of upon merit i I internally, and made in Toledo northern state. > pitchfork;a* it would be impracticable other plot This great value a* a ferti- to the ground and clusters of them resting objected to the old way of growing

*. Many, of the small seedling that but not in only all among:of the th.manymanufacturer monial by-F.-Jv-Cheney. .e Tee rwini of( frujf like every other lor mea'.wit (fork to- put green hay user wonderful.largely of from the fact'of the on the earth, a* many are,,now in limits ers beans. They didn't want to go to

set out just after( the freeze off par .begun anion.a regular fr.e* r l developed on a ** afold a darib.whilewith'a power the.plant to gather our groveav Said a gentleman, here a he' of cutting pole andstick* -
were >,1h.
% Sold all 'druggist "IBc. and store nitrogen ( the '
by nfl atmos
horse hundred
the prc' : crier .evr.1 few i week* when toopinr tinder
from the special ago for the bean
naturally adulteration of( this (famous pr them in the ground
therefore system of bottle ito phere.; Dr. Stubbs
: : pound could at a time told'* 1m. time one of the heavy laden tree and look
good-sized their probably no1 tine-yower dump and it took.the bean along
l %; grown Jat order to to run on
Incre. Hall' Pills 'thebest he up
C .:' .tree and tb grower looking for.ward -. cane profits.syrup'Thousands. of barrels of Georgia f.* Family *. i . >, raise all the different,.fruit* that may 'anywber on curing >desiredand on ago tht ha aee. bean nu ing up and down and around. "1 never while to mature, anywayt so they

.' to coining into profit at ant are-annually purchasedfronr who live homes be grown here; .tili" "l and any,hei&b : rot VeJye. neal. san'-theIlke before, nor anybody else turned out a bush lima bean,'* which
t '. 'early date.Pur ing' the last (few month cane-syrup.aouth Georgia cane b People in.gta "are- there, i vhr waole rna wagon'caff I used this ..let mass that never saw this," and he was raised grows only'two feet high need; no
there has been considerable discussion firms in.Atlanta and 10we. ) in.a"pta to'.raiia, vegetables- some. locoo.r i ,,with a flaring ,.i two feetabove by the plat. ha Ol also considarge in south Florida/ Such', U evidently a support, and on' which the .beans ma .1lag
the local ap :. a gathered from--.tree, and \" bedall ordinarythreesfourth .pgcn' cur. the feast to th* eye. and in -quantities.
carried on through press arrival 1 of the pure syrup ) Ifmh .b. 'around' a. erable tare quickly great
on 11 t. Ida '''Yes dear this is of/those Planter '
to the-proepediva. profit-of tha.tV.e finds to the! factory,the syrup one. and vine every in the yBnr, ( ?ry.wsgon;,but Inueceuher.. 'Turning1 next'to h* medicinal properties While they Were at it they originated -
.' .and" the proper working o the material glucose and other i a.)1wt ,. ele) 'perfume concerts like 1 'they, .have In- A ntl ra nXof our coiinry'who lisa 1 expt;next'yeerto-hav. a six-inch ; enough baa been demonstrated; teconvince'any > a new lot of string beans which were
,that itwill yield for t a'i' bat D rebarrclle4and; >hipped oat a.purl .: NewVKorkff .J. had Urge- $. tr"lowow wagon and build a plat ,"Everybody. :who .sees it'tells me thi* reasonable mind ol tea Inestimable eady for the-market all of two week : *

1 distilling for market ha *One yetv.New'Tainpbor'gTOTe .et.Georgia yfnp. 'jThl,! Iran* ;'M. -p.; >m'.). t meUgus em,the npD4.a'w.) ( prepared for.10U lee so that a atet"qu' lat'.Ja: very anbCQint'aa""I've" value, to the health, .of I all earlier than the usual kinds, which were' -
are still beingpIante4' c1 of late ' abet of [[ruitslndigeuous to i ea loosely o platform brought it : I mankind th.- world over. And. if it really strtagles;' and swtender-' they "

especially In the *o thern 'rtS has be Kf"o the rp1d ame.: but r TIo'VVeuYyoraee; ; they.are'play-. section:-l.dIcatitg4be"ioisth lw.wit M>d; more,readily taktn 01.i Green "That'' list! WhyexcuseJ;; 'me, 'madfamryou've -I could .be Introduced, ,simply,, in all snapped when nor:pinked carefully.j ..

metola.' Oneenthusiastic y... th of cane hare de- in*; -AttOobU." they come'maturity ,Followin! ..ine are'' heavy' "te handle. t it ap.i' dor- the large town and cities, even, in Am* rhat.wa another big stride.-Chicago.

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/, Tb..'by itor Corf..PoIidieta li.$ tMpoaribl' la*OpIDIo.... with Cuba." Itle true that. In, the funds in the world U nveted. ""Fine within feasy reach l w : 'and { :RUMPUSETC V V
: : Fishing A Standard Oil Company -nr; 1
,,,. > :
AdvefUslB-rau m.j be\|.a4 *.."""" primitive untutored days of the past", Huntng'nnd

'! when itookraUlng was "In It.. In- as shown In."A BanketWilLml V .Armout Fcrtijlzer Co. . ri ETC .
.\ sopy,...yser ............ ....:I IOe. ..... ...... faDC," In the' State, and .ere barbs: book is. sent on request. Ai.ConlnHnr (<>r V V
j'' :/I, oaIbu..,.. ...,.......,.: '. .eo had come to grow on wire, -that. (he -- "
.O.*0011'b...*monuu........ ... ......... .. . ,---- .- -- "Etesiann
: -
.r- condition of the Cuban market was VV M.VtVIsepowI. : .. Li ; -: -- - __:__ __ __ _._# V

: Friday January :33, 190j. 1..1,10.l.rumeot.a11n tiling !h. Bnanolal --Ia' .-. .ittMMay.THK ........ V V 8 V

status" of the Florida. cattle. Wd-l. V V AlD'

owner and that without. that convenient V ; 4 High Grade Whiskey ,Pump-Wells.

OOODBYE.; outlet for his surplus .",orubi" a MUTUAL ,Lire J..VUJICII 4StateBankotKissiwmee ,"

It. having for some time past. been much lighter crop, of rood Spanish COMPANY or NEW: YotuiCECIL . -

I 'Impossible, on account of,th*pressureof doubloon* would annually hare' been V ....... A. aa.c-: ........... ? klaalmmee, Fic"I.
reaped by'the nabob of the. wire- . J
: : other b .loea.. foFm* .to.'glie mJ Kentucky Exchange '
grass.V ; !:A : tV
personal>> attention. to t.bep.per.l hav But.. that. It WILLOOX.M&Ug.ri a. V
day' has passed nor II '

.old my Interest In:lob.- firm of .Vans likely to. return.Cuba-eeo4; take 'o 1r TILLER. Agent, Ktsslmmee. Fla V Offers to Customers Every Facility V AND. Insurance.. :

Agnew A Harris to Mr." J.' E.'. Pound surplus beef or not., as the spiritmay A ..farmer Institute. for' 0-'". Consistent with Sound Management. V C 'I.' ;.,:. V

of Live Oak; who together. with Mr. move It. We have a use for It ourselves e I V V '.E: R. LII3IIYV Ad .
-,. held at :. ;
Farmers' Institute. will be V
A V .Bea1htt.
W. .B. Harris, myformer..partner. nowadays, and the Industry In to ,v.. 2s.MANAGIR V V
will carry on the business' under'-th. question has at last arrived at a point Narooosee.February' llth. Thos 'In Person! Attention t &1 B.IIDe. l&nt : of < V rU I V

terested. In farmlngor of It*branches : German Atuerican.V4O ; V
firm Xante of Pound it Harris.U where It need depend upon no outside any I "V. V V
In Osoeola urged to; at : I have the Jarjtest of Winet Whiskiesa'nd ( Home of Now YO'k.' ; ,: V
therefore become* my duty. to say market for support. As our Ocoeola county are N. B. CARSON OASH'.. now .to1 Insurance Co.:, North. America' V

of the well "'b. real. tend.' Topics will be'presented by experts Beer ever' X..imme. All ; --
Goodbye to the .reader Valley contemporary' says, l'uDDlx of Urookj n i i,'

Gacette.. and I beg to assure them. that danger to the cattlejudnstry. of Florida In their several! lines. !' .- rV grade at price to .".t-.thc Ur. .' ..- r Roj& Kxchange) ;. V V .V V

.. I absfldo.owlthgre®r't., lie. In the.railing of scrub.stock. Those be discussed area follow": - U Orient.Paul Fire and MarlneV f . \I V V V ". ',

of will not be And might with. equal force hare The Raising and FeadlngofCaUle 8 V V V
The name the paper OalUklll President Stat. & of Missouri.Goorjrta V V'; \ V
by 8.' H. O
;.. Changed by the new firm and it* reader been added that. the real Value'0' that"great Fair Association.. .* To EstablishMs.o.IQ' 0., .IFI I ahar*V. -a P :.' Homo.' V 'V V '"ItO r

may rest: assured. that under Us Industry to'the- State depends, "Successful Syrup Making," by C. V OI..1 r FLRID..|' New Yolk Lie;" -V V VV .--.. V j .,. ;
; Rev F. G. haley tV. ".0 I I V V -
CO" ,4

Florida Agricultural .
management. will be counted largely upon Its development In combination K.MoQuarrU, See. West ; : i'l '
new Before nncerelraed authority
r among the-:strongest. weeklies* in: the with the agricultural. opera.lions Society. their Culture Blo..o' Lodge, No. 8; F. A A M. 1 ".1.I' C. r-arfoo..U. A. Ughleey the jvenonellifcame and. .ta-A.: : .H. .BKARpBN,' ropritor. -. iiI.WILLSON.JRJ.: ,
Citrus. Fruit and left on'l'uesday list for Jaoksbnvlll W. H. t* m* k.1. peraon.aamod ';1
Slat of our people In general. .A. by S. E. Hubbard. '.' where'ha.wtll-attendthe Masonic and who t.b foregoinganlolee scki.owlsdd V V ".

Mr. Pound ill a Journalist of !zoepttonalAblllty the Valley Gazette puts It: There will be a morning cession at o I.d their free KISSIMMEE. FLA. j
eleven o'clock In the afternoon Grand Lbdger whjoh was session. the uae* and t" > V .
eipe li.1Jur :
and aeasoned I I. be
"Whether the market to good I item -.- "
having or not Is outside. the. real question.The "at two o'clock. The following DeW.P.pel.I ; ; hand and .
In lh. Florida field
rlenoe ; 01.1 \l.u
Florida cattleman who I I. aimingat will explain. his special duties. therEV 'WILoJ..-.A V M .J. V
mad .a *uoces* of every newspaper ArDof" Dey. V .ly-C. WILSON COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. THE OU RELIABLE
cattle Is
,, he future Cuban market "There was an Important ( ] Notary V
Welt miDI .11'
that. he has handled. Informed but shooting meadow larks* TO the Teacher. ot Oeoeola Coaatri held at the. office of the ATLNTIC' ,

' upon public questions, well regardedby With. our. a.dyaot.ajtel.. of climate.and. Governor Jennings having Issued night. The committee.. ar STATE: *OF Covimr rU>RiDAlPOL ,I *: IN JfFE NOVEMBER: M. 1 OJ.. .

the brethren of the and Immunity from harmful storms and setting having under consideration -
press his proclamation designating Before tbd nndenliraod aatkorlK Mraonally 7* ai .
well knownjhroughqutthe .State )11'. devastating cattle sicknesses, good apart Friday, the 6th day of Feb of a home for orphan and a sanitariumfor came SoberS Caruthera and Richard E. Car- V Ida .0p.I .lp4 nut' ... L... ... Temna.... ,...Ar ..1.... 12 70.2\\ : 10 HIS (lop i
:- gramlBgr-unllmlted' waiterupply."" the fraternity. II the State, other. to me known lo be I". persons ..m. I. A... . .. .IV.... 1101 101 F4V :
z. Pound comes to KI..iallnM-n equipped ; ness (o the chief markets\:! and a hardy ruary7'a; Arb6rvDay" ;"you wlll-please, met. to consider the of es In nnd who . lo lbs lorrolng 10&.. 1MI .1/p......'..Ar. V .PI.n'I") ..... ... .to 46. ... 01' .4 OD)
. Interests native stock as' a foundation 000..1 adv..1lti. of Iworporalloa, 'acknowledged the eie; .. 61 I 10.Ar.... V V 4 .' S ( so 20 a ...1&1. .. V. V
the .
further'and prolific schools the ..1..0. 0
observe such .101
to protect have .
your an T cotton thereof l free act and deed ,;,VV 1 : :! 1. ... . ..... .j Lv .1: S lli ... ....... ..... : coming section. of Florida. we need never be alarmed about with exerelsesi'Where called for bids for for the neee therein mentioned.Wltoee Ar.dle .
t. of 'the (allure-of such a drop in the buck..t sion appropriate oommlW. all the town In the my ...oa seal Ihl.- the. V .:.::: 4 :101, : SUp II =: Ar: VVVV.Puns. ::.: ::t: : :r :: .:::::: :. ::::::: >

i-, 'I.t .. Cnb.n ,,......... 4 you have not .sufficient shad taken guts day of December, . II Up ..... ... VV.Ar VV ..XI..lm.a..... 7 lOp
State and the were 1181
For five year* the Valley OaseUeha --.The best-.-.D.-; all pessimistic. on your' ground already, I 'would under,canslderaiion. response to alt. the committee (...I A.Clerk B. rEROCSOri.Circuit )_', 22 IMp Mp S I Ml :..:.. ......,.... Ar----------Sanford A. .... .,............... .. .. lop. .11 V

t tried it"best to deserve the support views of the subject. lies In the present ..u..Jltb.. planting of two. or three. In preparing its report. There By 1. A. baSseS. C. ' I "p 167................Ar.. Orange City .._ ..Lv..S. 1 a."p p .661 L',
'V ... . ... .
well-known S .. Ar---------L.I.aul 4
p. .
fact that. Western cattlemen made several of the citiesof the tad day : VVVV .7p
bid Hollo I. lOp
by .
were hereby

; the people that has of'the been KUstmmee extended to valley.Its It .by- backed. by have:their Invested judgment'their In the. money South, you strong. can ,secure ounat.reea&tAIr them. oaks If were the. 'very State.liberaL and a number 'of them of=February A. D.of I-'U.Plot4a.....::c to the article Oov-I 4 7 SOp 4 7 &.. ......... ....... Ar Ar..... ....I.eklnU.....1.1.'.. ..VVVVVVV.... .. . -:. 1.rD .5 I SOp lOp : \ V

) application V
mistakes have been mine. Its successes Florida cattle country, Intent' by \the Kindly forward report of the. work "This oommluee will report to the .iW be mnde. V : a

' belong t.ob.. people; the. ratio upgrading of the healthy native animal to this office as promptly as"practicable grand lodge at some time during !UM lo" O. PAKOKS iosV VVVV.. l.'V. .V .. ... ..V ...T.w.,...... . V VVVV. ..Ar "..,..."'V. l lOOOp .-::V

/ of the on the'other. It Is for Its Impartial upon \theopen market. of the V w. B. HINTON.SupU present. session. It Is composed of .I t.. A It, IJUMTMCY LEWIS.MOHKRT N* 45 0: :: :: Ar.Lv::. -.: .. ":':..: V' l> -:city." ... . ::::::.:'Lv A :" .. :. 7 N ?20 d= bARG i
world.V Past. Grand Master E. Anderson, CARUTRRNSVIIIIIIALD :: V
W1 .
12 Ar .
reader XO determine.In . Pub. Inst., Osoeola Co. of 1'ensacola, Col. I. K. Webster of *. CAUUTIIER8.MASTER'S 1 *r' : Ar .; ,::: ". i..:. O :la".' :.. ..: ::: '.A A. :::.:' ::: : 4 I4VS 4p _
the. It will I S "\ Ar. . . Galneevllle V .... ,.. lV . 1
parting with paper ef the Seaaiaole Gainesville, and F. O. Ralley of Kl V VVVV 11 Up
Frlee-da 4 1 Ar .. . .. .V habits . . .. .Ar ... II 4A. .
V trust, be permitted me to bespeak-for: : Step Ito Ll.).. lmmee. SALE. 7 0 5--------- -A. V ... ..Jackaonvltlel V .. I I.. 8 ins .-,
J. M. V V V ,
We are Indebted to Secretary Ar . .. . . l l..kolaol . . Lv ... V .
A Messrs Pound V Harris the united support Wlllson, Jr., for the following account Another public-spirited Dw.p&pr. I : NOTIrE la IIKBEBY U1VEN that under t. A............ .. .....B.. .. .. .... ... .... ....V Lv . H HIp lOp POWER ,
who ,4V1
of the people of the county.. The The) Henry Bronson and family by virtue of a decree of forecLosure and Ar.V V ...High Spring.. . .Ar .. "
: V. '
T.ll&ba.e.o. .no '
ot the fifth annual of Weekly .01 : . ::. . -
meeting here last. for Utah have returned made and entered by the el..1 Court fur Ar. .Urebak. ..Ar.Ar -------------6:: :-:: :-
t It- .local field I I. not a large one, but with the Florida Seminolesheld its sentiment Id favor of a geological April Fourth Judicial Circuit . .Iu and .tp Ar.. ... .. Dupoiit.WayrroM. .. .V.. .. . I1a
both and UM Friend. of' State to which KUsJlmmee. and will remain here for the C. only ol Clay Iu chancery allllng,on aup- . |Ar .V.V .. VVV... .. ... .Ar THERE IS SBU: ,
we .
.of N
a propel\uDloD purpose In'the of Hotel KIsslnmee survey, a project' the sad day ol December IWU |lo a cenala ---- '' "
parlor : ..
.... .
it can be made to support' a were openly committed. some months for the future.. They sealed at l'IDt.o.wh. cause therein pendIng wherein Tb* Ponnaylvanla .HM.ITsssp 'cr' Oe(f7 aoAr .. V .Th.-.L. It*
r person on. the night of 3&DII&r116. of to.ap4ny: for 1.urencee on Live and < Daily ..1 Bunday.saia V V
grain ,
paper better In many respects I confess Right ReV. Wm. Crane Gray, who ago, and one In which we received Henry planted crop Ur.utlng Annnltlea I. nomplalnant, and thoJaokeonvlll a a 7 1(41S. Olp> io tOp ,... .. T.m..V..... Ar 6 too ,.lOS 'lop TTki V V
and at Itine.eugaged In mining. I *.Tampa key we>t 5 Mi* T SOs O HIp .VAf N W. 0. "'.J
than the Valley Oaxette has been. presided opened the meeting with strong encouragement from \the Times- .p&r Dan,. illoe Wlt&. U. 5. William.,fn".r, a too, 7 4ta '.\ l lI>'p p"r Tmp. )., I..G Ills ..lua. .60 l .lf Good Health

To the members of the State press I prayer after. which the minutes. of the Union and Citizen. Among their eiperlenoewhile 'b.r ll.(:ol..n.... A"bl"l Roger.. H. T. : V "p Ar.... cleerwaler.. .1.. *a oi** ...S... jV V

much previous meetlug were read.and. ap- This I. I i. to was a freeze on the 3rd of' July and a.Aaalgnve, ot Coleman.theChalb.ntNational V V .'121 A..O..L. 4 SIC ....
beg to.offer my thanks for courtesy a subject which worthy Bank, Edward H. McDonald Harriet VVVVV li a _T.rpon Hnrlllg. ... Lv Soa ... ..
and kindness.- With some I have proved.The hotel. guests. member, of the. society bear the brunt of earnest and vigor- three hundred which dl.tluc, between.earthquakeshocks Nov Valley Walker ktositycompony Frank W. Pop are and delondauu- he MississippI, I wflloffer \h' : V Dally except Sunday and par blood ar Inseparabk. "If* V V

tilted face to face; for some I have a*well as a number of Klsslm- ou. discussion, and being for a public were .11 numb for... and Mil to, before the blubeat th Soon blddi-r for Plm&1.lelot cars on 21 and 32 between Jaoksonvlll and Port Tampa. your blood i bod.your beaJth *nffor. -
at *
whichwereofsulTicient public outory ml
and Dec.
.' fought back to back; and ... Iob.Ml, De I flies people were present. cause It Is fit that the public should 118r 20th, some dnor of the said County of Clay I ftlal of Ir" TO THK EAKT. ", TO TIlE WESt P blo allow the lose.
and DeCk but with all Order of!b.inea.;; followed, the executive have the matter. before it. as severity to wreck to the&V lly : : I '' V V ."ITsoiiii V a poor fir. under the "
.. ID oop
have raced neck ; 'W 78) All train
pl.o' -the dally.
committee... reporting havingpurchased chimneys and almost shake brick bull . Wr' : r: ::: : Ills ? .J. Ar as* i lop --_ _ _ 2 _. boiler allows the steam to run down. ." .
. I have wtfrkep' boulder to- shoulder eighty. acres of land for openly and conspicuously as possible We learn that. the .1. d.the,. withIs the,qf,le '.a. : 50. Ar.: :: ::V:.Lv :MM II Mg I.? ... Tampa ...-. A 10 SOp 7 Hip Prom poor blood t Impure but '
to 1..1.1. he. . blol
FlorIda' which should be and dings pieces. I I. I 1'"tA'" . .1.5 SitU, L..I.kou.m. . ,tua 7 Up ;
for tbe greater glory of' homes; the tract b.vlDII'0' the homeof a pleasant properly deeettbed In .a. follow. a.1 'I' ,. ..Wavcro. ..LvAr a apldlmpuNblo Is m.tbe a
nOt with !! !
cllmato did Henry's : c..n. 1..1'1'
AoN&W- Parker band for agree : 2'10.. .
.. P. A. VANS the Polly a number enterprising duty for the State press. and i'ooe II & Dr.llartcrs
mentioned doorlbed
Th* morUrated properly 1trp V
-h, V V VAs of years, on which -they. .are still health which partly cau.ed their. re In soil decree aud In the bill o!comElalntln 74ii| m\PIA'li'IL', : PQ.a 11 Bile: SI5|.Ar.:.;1..h-onl.L: .:. : Iron Tonic i an antidote for
V Above I living and cultivating.! This land was turn. aald ('Cu..paltnulsrIy: d .crll I>edln n., 7Mar.| . Lvu.Ar. 410a 7V.p 810. V V Ar . p : both poor-and (for It Is
the .hPU.blo
will be from Three Deer at One Shot. W.bhla. S45p 11 40 Ar. Birmingham..l.vAr..Kaihvllle.
seen purchased with part of the Rarper'sWeekly "{ thereto eireptliig Ih sods' there I lula | ..:1.lilno., .Lv ILlS: 'IGp 7001|, . '.Lv .0'1' .VV V both a builder *.food

have'ucoeeded Mr. Van Agnew In$he fund. J. L. H.l. the hunter and f guide of ..1..1.1., -arngrlbed: liiml<>,. Ylh.b.. "I" tn In the 4 0.'II 2\.Phl.d.l.b..I.. | SIMs 120149 1_ Ar. ....U:* .Lv 8... . V and a medicine. It Is the beet oombl-

buatnesueretOfOre conducted under Bishop Gray then reported the work Orlando was lu town Wednesday en Notice bf Apphcatt-on to Sell counllen of Brevard Clay: ritrua 1 lr.ade.'r : 16.1 Slip OHIo t ...:: Ar...ChlcaifQ....LvAr. j =. nation of the kind known to-medical
'- if arrLs.. and .aooompU.bed.bT'- bit Holo. Lake, lee. ._t. Marlfin, M.. TlfltOUOrI OAR 8KHVICE. 7. T1WT.out, V 1 ? 8"1' science, and its success for nearly half
the firm nameei Vans Agnew progress- route home from the ., Nosr : .
a hunting trip In V Landa.Kotlr "runrer-Oeceola- kiimtor 3'i snd 3j carry Pullman kr.. ,. r.Lv swwUlftp 1 V V
mission at Immolakee at the Big Cypress sleeps r- L"CI..n a led to its byo.nd.
I I'olk and Putnam. In the Hlate of Florida, andUeaihbod T; CDtur b edet
Into his shoe recognize between .
In stepping camp in the Everglade lone Cabbage community. accompanied *l I.h.nbjr lr.n lh.t th* .. .",,edAdmlnl..ol .follownIII New York 3ak.oovill. .. --Ar..i..Clllulpnatl..LvJ" = medical men nave T
1.. the fact that I am following one :V Bishop>> Gray ha purchased through by Messrs J. and F.: Ammons of tli..K.t..of Jmeph M OlIver. OacaokA e..". Bto. T. .'AcoaiAt'Tract. Port Tampa. Day ooache between 1" "I".I7.. lOll al..... been unable to find a substitute., .

of th. ablest and most'versatile. editorial Col. F. Q. Brown of the Plant Investment Connecticut. Th party had been out decresed 5. Jann.will m.k.Judge)rl'I* clroult to Ih.Court llwaMlunr is ... ........... t r'I '1 f .. Jacksonville and Washington and Dining Cars an! . ". .
. .and Company, one mile squareswatery sad for Ih. S.T.UIB CI.01 rjot. All.............,... 1 I .f T'vfr No.. 78 rmnd. CIT Pullman Sleepersbetween Jacksonville .
w ; writers of the State press waste, but her and there little for ten days but. bad only one fair Ida, In Chamber .( Tllmvlll.. or wh.r., ....,'. .......\\.1.1.VV ... M 8 D-M S Cod via Washlnnrton snd Penn.. IU U. No. 78 23 Pull [
.. .
that to fill hi. place uooessfully will of deer l.. the 4Vuri mar be. on Ioudsy. r.bruarrWrit .I .. .?*,.,? a ni. 4. i man between and Montfeomefy.r
T. of which he has built day hunting yet five specimenof . St. via Dr.IIarter'sIronVTonIcV
one "V Tfl
illude" on A. P. 1WO, for>u order to sell M prlvau !!< *4V4;* -o.tG w4 **l.l0 8IepI 3ak.onvle Lul.
V be an effort worthy a pen more able a church and a cottage. V this noble game fell before. their oslo to. lullotlDr dvMritad reel..,...HuaUM : ; .. 10 ,n .53V :m V . '.(a and arrive at Port Myers 4.00p.' "-' ,
claim for mine and while Letters from Hon. Oeo. W. Wilson tn lb.County ol Wakulla.& aiiO tUnM FloridAll "I .\ II* **- 1 0 Steamers leave, Fprt Myers at 1
than I can guns. To Mr.JIall bIODat.b.. creditof teVWtIi 0 Al.;... .. ... ...1 81 M (. 0.0. d.ri.PUnta Gorda 430p. Daily '
not unmindful the. merit he ha attached editorInchief 01b.. Times-Union . killedthree of _.m.!t. S._'''. AI..t": ; ; ; ;; ; n"i -w .?except. Sunday
.': pf J. Parrot breaking a* T..blp RaII ,: . *J nw a..amer.. sail for V V
and Hon. U. ,' vice-presi Wc.c. oontalnlnc IM VV .1 I Key West and Havana"Tuesdays Sun-
"' ..O ......V .... ,* anConnoctior
mynLioi as a "newspaper"man All M OlIN Tur.d.
to Florida Railroad )- two and a fine buck, dar uf VVVVVV..IJ 1 .
dent of the But Coast do. young Tbl.ll. 1..k. AH ...., ..... ......... lays atll.OOp. V
nor regardless of the worth of Company financial trustees. of ,at one .ho Smaller game such as Aa Admlnlatrator( BRYAM of (Cs All .. .. .. ..... ...7' I 1 8 "I. made at Jacksonville for all points north, east. and weit.

hi* recommendation. a., such It Is my the Industrial State Fund for the. Sem squirrel, quail and duck, were D numerous of Jowun B. Ollr.r d kl. All .. .. ... .......l U ti "I Inlor&ton regarding the. schedules, through car & "

, opinion that he has "spread it on mole Indians, were read expressing that no record of their P. A. VAKSAUNKVir.AUorncy for AdmlnMrator.Articles All .... .,.- :.....1 I 1 I ( .8 tOD., .1., may b scoured upon application to. any ticket airent. ACLreserva will insure you agnlnit the many rvO.roroltlag &
be number .. .. . Scrofula, plmplea, 't
their ..
regret at Inability to present All . : M IWi a G. F. .bl V
ratheriiok., True; I have passed the of Surely this I I. the All . ..... .. .... M 1 _. 8. P. PARE Alt" .IJ"
fJOLLlKIt. JU. Division
at the meeting, secretary Pass. Ag'l.. : =
& .
All ........... .... N (f4VZ40All r 'Ste. are a.
I! ... as apprenticeship. of ,,",0t.1-1.. year said trustees. requesting that. some action sportsman'. paradise, where !game of ot Incorporation of the .. ................1. I M 01..n T. M.;EMERSON, Traf Mg'r., W. 3.CRAIG, O. P. A. H. M.. EMERBON.A.T. M. _! but(= \*Ttetdanier V
In the business, during which time I be taken regarding \.heV.funds on such variety be found abundantly -' All ..... .../........ U _.6 Wilmington. N. C. __ la lbs whole Pd.Ih
1tr band. 1.' so, Lightsey, Lewis Caruthers All .................... S M, I ayaiem. which afford .opening foe every.
V have. served In all capacities from"of & All .........> <_.
Prof. W. B. Hinton moved and it.wan _ _ _ Cattle AH .. ..... .. ......12 us_. V
and have succeeded Company.lereby VV -Th U tale ef thouaudiofUellmnnl.l.
fice devil" to manager, carried, that the trustee be requested V All ..' ... .. .... ..14 UIB) 1I following. on tb*
so far. .But my success Was not to Invest, but to retain Ollr--Rol.a. All ....V.VVVVVVVV.V .....18 M IH 1.4140 Mallory Lines w*have..edl
rj at \the home of the bride's The 5..oml.fstb.selvssIceelber ..... .. .. .. ... .SO M IS 6M.M Steamship HItch, I*.ISM.
their here Al.
A not so much attributable. to any peculiar the money now In hands as M.rl.. I..I.ed, corporate under and by .. ... .... ... ...2 a in CM u ?loonmeered-I&Hare',-. Tool
lofore. sister.Miss Emma Morgan on Tuesday Ail.r. w n emu when proalnt attack of rhwunatlam. -
z merit or marked ability of mine Bishop Gray called attention. of t.b.lOOi"l January list Mrs. Male.rlrtu of of th*veneral lorlO. lawe. KevleedBlatulea of*the All ........O..7...... ...... I MI.M After name three. all traoe V
but from' fact. that my line badV to the f fact that the Florida F&rd.FI.Co..I.d th. of the Learta- All .................... I V I ..I THROUGH TICKETS TO "fda were eompletaly eradicated from.o
; &
Polly Gllbert, of Klsslmmee, to Mr. ... tenets .
and V
1 &
been cast In pleasant place*-among Legislature had set. aside, so far a* I..r .ppl..o.l. ... oa New "' purIfier Iron Tonla
noble and eppreela they had the power a l.ra.act.. of Frank Royllns, of 101 P'r Rev. oorpursLluuiV. ,and adopt\ followlni al. All.......... .........M &" 1"1.< York, Philadelphia, New Haven, New London,.Fall River :and I Jl.recommend V
of the mort
some AI ..... ............... u l U to all V
,4 land the of the. Florida Seml f.. E. Shtpp officiating.Mrs. : V .1 8 .0 Uo.ton and all Northern .
for use l'
U..of people, for whom under all clieamstanos .RTCLI I. ACI. ....'... .. ....1 I l. poinl fatlroe. r&munatlam, and lbs many '
"? nole. and that Capt. F. A. Hendry, a Gilbert Is the. widow of the The n.e.c of & TbeLlshtaey ........ ... ..... M _11 ot UM system produced or 'V V
I did the. best I could, and member' of the Seminole Society. ', bad Lewis At _CaU. C. .., All ................... s 14 81.7, .. MamrlM P. Vanaall.Ko. ;
late. S. A. Gilbert, and the daughterof with lie p'aoe of Klailmmee . AII... :............. s n M swat ttq Baoood .
... who In return held op my hand and Introduced Into the. Florida Legislature Ell O. Oeoeola' former F poaol"I' aneh* ".a.I nndamncle. All.......................le. 14 .. vi V
memorial to. asking .. .... .... .. LOWER'frATESTHAN ( laat.irr.liillniialO'l.'l V
V.-cI-pDr'eIl'OIW by word and Congress_ Cl. er.6. b* established *lMWhr* by All .. .. ft S4 &11 C. lmaraam -
that the matter be consummated so king tb*Boari IX/eclor*. AII.--:;...rrrrr.rr.i4:: : MM I .
; '1 deed : c.I.I.1 All . ...:....... ... 1450 1 1 1 V V ZreryboiU.of Dr. Bar V
as to make it one unbroken tract. groom I I. a prominent AaTJCL I. .... ...... .VV......1 I S40 M I ter' Iron Tomlo ha. our
In present situation: th. *...leoieotsthai Carson offered the. following ta The .. .. bn.loe.. lo b .1. VVf.V4V trade-mark
JT my Senator of Fort. Fierce and .no.1 Al ....... .V.... s aw oo V 0
) ,.j have created my success In lbs resolution: o 1 on 1..M, .Id corporation hall b*.fol AI..I.7 . M-1M VIA- V V aeoepk a
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the East Coast.It . .
1. "W) .blD
That the of the society Al. V .
are a* fall and complete a* Ieosld secretary j ralilac.bnylng and eellla or Mberwla* I Mn.tu
paul find out U. >e Dewed of owners of the. was a quiet. home m.rl. onlya deallLS or tradlus la eattle, bonea, .beep, All.VVVVVVV........VV.V.VVV..V...... .... I aiut.u ANY OTHER 'V VV
desire for I have long reoognls- land In questionthe. price at which few friend of \he soala andT otber kind ol. live stuck and animal All .. .. ... .. ._..1 I LINE. THE P" MAnu .IOICIII OI'DnD"
contracting par '.. Sh. And la bar, aell and diepoee ..... . I I .11
favored section of blr..D All 1.. .. 14 .
&he most .
till .s bold It and that the Information '
f !they I rood.. merenandUe.wood . ..._.. I -.WIld(ban? .
-or r ties. being present.The All... .. SI 6W4HAllof
g our fair State and peopled by those obtained be sent to the Florida delegate V timber, :: ;;., mineral, and 511other 1 anenrv.-yed....V 1 M n M* -Pa..engerleav. Jacksonville every Thursday as follows :_ : .ID. MuSe .: V V
happ couple left same night. all kind of land; All of uurarveyed.. .
'hospitality, generosity and *in Congress, they urged to & p. .. . 1M" 4M on' fR r *-
aleo cultivate All .1 nn.urvyed..lo Mw Via' tbe "Sen Island. V
second to none and secure the. passage of such bUl.-. for Miami; where they spend their develop sod to Improve land*and 1&.produrtathereof. Allot uuaurveyed .. D lal.KJ - - - . ioioa.: m. (Met.LimitedVia ----.
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would complete the matter. honeymoon Alan lbs con.troMiou of roade. All of naaurveyed.and of 2 I ,

have become proverbial.It executive committee. then reported brliltramway.., Irrls.lloa work and soy r..r..... .. ., ..oN sso Plant System - - . -
Gazette takes and I .0 3 :45 p. m. PT1lEDWRDs
The Valley pleasureIn and all bulldlne structures neeeeury : _.
*hall. therefore be my aim to merituaosss4njn'y the sending of a valuable and the carrying ef maId builnee. & o-ed.0 'V
on Including
4 ; horn by laboring useful Christmas. box to tb.. Cow extending its beet wishes and con bulldlns and operation of ._.- 'i. . .,,..I I 16.0 i Via Seaboard Air Line . . . 7 : m. ( MailT) 'C V

new Creek band of Semlnole now camped gratulations. other crafla for the tranaponatlo 0 V Total :40 p. Fai :
Ia my sphere' la eeaaoa* and out of at Hungry Land.V V sad form paaaeofara.all aeoeaatry autl sell generally and zrclee to. all pet A will -be required to b* mad Going aboard steamship immediately on arrival at Brunswick S'

i season for the. material upbuilding of A vote of thanks'was tendered. the 'V .Pa. Away.Mr I..eonferred by the I..of Florida :lank, bidder with the Uaater In noah or bv naf
lafavtory oertl.ed check before V
_.. ol'twoeeuia
Ibis section and the Increased happiness officials of the Florida Eat. Coast *. Sarah E. Allman commonly .lll. per Ih*land I.elud:In.. Baggage Through to Destination.For .
Railroad for the free transportationof onet por'
In iL'T.
of It* people. :
and prosperity said box. known" as "Old Grandma Allman, capital stock o.10 eorpvraUon ab.ll V' H. H. ,

.! doing's I shall endeavor to see things The election of officers for the following died at the. home of her son Willis on Into- .*nhnre. ,r""oll Hundred* (dU,000)Dollar) divided * Spoelal Mater iu.trated matter, diagrams-reservations, tickets, etc., apply to (

M they. *re, suggesting remedies where year resulted as follows: Uoggy Creek, 3.ou.1 18th, 1903. naeeaalbl each, .hall enib.b* 1.1 p up and V no*,, Notice pf t Application For Tax A. W. PYE. Agt., ao vv. ]B si, JACKSONVILLE. FLA
that. which PrMld.nt.-WUli&m Crane Gray
defectmay be, commending She was born In Appllng county, Oa., :
1 upholding effort' 'hav- bishop of South Florida EpiscopalChurch ARTICL IV. Deed Under Section 8 of THE ORIGINAL
1* good; every Orlando. In 1815 about the eoa"of the ward said corporation incoanlon by
V .
Ihoss object. In view. Vios-lrssid.nt.-1isv. D A. Dodge V Iu corporate Dame lor a : of afty ((50)l) Chapter 4888, Laws "

4 In pOJJUo* _' hall adhere to thedemooratio Presbyterian. minister Winter. Haven., 181.. zYed to Orange county Me., ***'*' ARTICLE: Florida.. "KISSIMMEE RIVER LIVER MEDICINE

party and U* prIDClpl.AndID40lq'ao .*.- Treasurer-Senator. C. f\. Carson In 1809, she has sine lived, except Th'* tmilneu .aald corporation &al" KOTICB HEREBY GIVEI TH ATI. II.Bui ROUTE. .
onndncted and managed b look.pnreba.esof Tax: ,
Senator of Orange and Osoeola counties. a c.rt dated $
.Id. Je I"
shall speak: In no on- ,,perhaps, two year In Osopola 1.oun'1. Pneldent, BenrMary and) VI the*th day e< Aorll. 111. : c. jdbwtV .. ,

'certain tone upon men and measure Secretary-James M. WUlaoD, 31'. She no 4 ub saw several of i-ioh Board oil.of..IMreclora.officer. sod .':*;fee* llflrat A. l 0.*I::4M.and d.tod Tax: rtlSento the'fib 'Mo.of November VB, dated /*'A sallow complexion, ; J'r V

when occasion require*, at all. time* Klsslmmee, Fl. V the officers and many of the people of of Director mny nrovld* the Mb ot July A?O. 1_. use Sled paid Steamer Steamer Roseada biliouinn dlalnM I
Th* Board of Director, ". b* ) at my nm. and baa made aopllcn- -
elected V
aooordldg to those who may differ tbeperfect Ea8OutJ..CommiI4elt-The president, the. Revolutionary{ War. She ha a _" .,' meeting I b* bell. at Kla.Immee ..01".1. __ la aoeordano with' Lilie, I. V are common indications tl liver V I<

and absolute right to ,do so.W .- vice-president treasurer, eeoretarjr lived the administration of all Tluntd on the .i.ond Tuaedav In & Raid aertlSeat mbtaoaa U following Captai* Clay '. Captain Clay Johuaoa, Jn and kidney di_Bta.d
and Hon. o.ol'lfe-'W. Wilson, editor- uade January .1 serb aod orery yes,; The imr., .-Ol County .. I bowel serer "V'
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V be the of no man, lore ao e_. .ball elect their number ) '
\ shall organ in-chief! of the Times-Union Jacksonville th* President of the United State PraeldeM.Vie .I.. = NWui give immediate win ,1
a Secretary and 1414 5W4 5e-
ring clique or faction, and having no ; Dr. 3. Jfi. Breoht, Fort Myers; the. first three. She was thirty T = ahall adopt neeeeMry kr-law. IJ h.o .o aii.' Regular weekly trips to Bassinger and return Ro eda leaves hot liver and b'1. V

,strings tied upon us shall be guidedIn Capt. F. A. HcndryRepreentaUve, aoe" at the beginning ,of the war : el toe Board sod The-aaM land ,. KI..imiDe Tuisday and arrives KiseJinmce though less painful a the ,a
shell appoint sod C Ma time Friday eveniug.f
momlnl. V' 1
Lee C. W. ward & much harder to .
political opinion by,lbs. sentiment County; J secretary with. Mexico. She met face to.face the and aenta *. they may the _...* of Usone } Specia'' Charter Lake C. Tbedford's .
our of the. United. Land Co., w..hiDa't.oo.D.O. aeeeaeary and proper and lbs on. oeere- .,_... Onlomaald aorUSoate\. : Oke.cbob and Fort Myer. 0 the Blauk-Draneht sever fat t. V V j,
4 '$he greatest good to the. ..... ., and P A. Van Agnew, editor. hahl.of the Seminole and Civil tory: sad Treesere t may be held by eec .deemed aoeordlng to law lax deed will h. *. Comfortable passengers. Rate reasonable.! fti- and
.". Klsslmmee Valley Gazette. Klsslmmee. the lame . iheraoa e* la* Ilk dar 0 Febroary.wmTEB The lbs torpid live Vtothyowoffth.geiinsolfeverand
..number. P' 1. was peculiarly old-fash Until Ik. annual meeting and. D mo.t Picturesque Waterway in up .
V Our chief aim however shall be to Bishop Gray mad a few closing remarks In her ways, but loved by 0 officer en she second Te.dof -.' : myefllolal ilgnatar and For Passenger sad Freight Florda. f V .
touching. upon the great need lon & D. 1MCarnthor __ the Jaauar.A.. R.te.apply I.'. certain preventive V -
,. \e WilM 1't .&bl 1.
'e) make. of the Valjey, OaseU a "new* of the. Innocent end helpless Seminoles knew her. son.. "anofiichard". 1- . fCLAV' JOHNSON, SR., Proprietor rc Briohi's diuM ot t. '.:1

paper In the trlotet aense rather than. who are. too proud to beg too honorable She was able to'go about Lb. house oonatltnu*th. Board .Bcu Company siuci ;;;CleelCes" Oeceou!Cointy"oHda. On board ..'Lillie," i.mme.! Fla. .. Wit kic reinforoed -, .
o &
: ., disseminator of opinions; a Journal t.o..s, and stating. that t.btts.'ft1J'7 . until the last five week of her life. and Wii .. - by 1t. V Vt .
helplessness should appeal to our dent "a&b*Vie. Draught UuHuands ;
visit will be hailed with Pew *
.boeeweekly. of sod U. Ltfhlaey Secretary sod 0
in the of Sh pa..ebe year h dwelt immune th of .
I nation asking name Justice until '
UI ':s mlc
delight In every home'within It* field. and in humanity that something be U ade jthe maDag" ": U a_ low fever. Many live 7, V

-, V To tM end shell our,best effort begiven done for t.hMe long-oppreesed,brokenhearted Mr. Willis Allman 4ah.I. 1 AUTTCLE TL -V Formula, tells the story. : 7. perfect health anti have no other V I

V eliminating the. trashy V and Impure and lass, but not least, orlgl- ter. Urs. John Hail!, who ,administered Th* kl to heet which amount said corporation of tsd.btedae.e eta .liability V doctor than .Thedford's 'Black-, ., 1 I
stead fee1ngItm' reader sal possessors of this, favored Florida. Urn mbJMtlUolf, festy-Sve lb. aal any Draught., U is always on hand lorUM ', '
and In :. to her ,
and .betterV .-. . ._ .. V every W&Da ) doUaps. :Chill Cure I. aa emergency and saves''VV V
Il upon that only ora.hieber| Free) Lecture Flv children survivi her a' *. ( V v Gro.e's.'Chronic assay o.4. VI

: ,.Miadar4.. II I great-great-grandchildren. The .am*, the to the eavital f . .. .
d'' 1It.111 retains. hi 300 O. Chase exmayorof HaverhOl sleek 51_. koreto iyUomeeverally .a a g--- seals e f I Iisv used ". .
k ')frO' W.. B.V HalTi8 The remain were Interred la the ie.m.noe sod . .. Thaws *>l '-p .t.ferth'ssyewseedlhessaet .

lisere.tand'po.Wo"; In' lbs bsislne Ma**., and a shoemaker by trade, 1 Orelg caspetery.'on' East where amount capital alock Mbanibad by laaaa. PIRUVIAN B Fluid Extract POPLAR I h.dt.s.t.adedsMete .

'VV4' .. *I aacl'wllJldI! assistance X feel ,doubly will give a free lecture 'at lbs Opera 'f were ; Cue L, V their s.I. ppoatM*tllta f their"li reepectlT amee.XoCaka, o.._ V .Extract BLACK Fluid .Extract PRICKLY,,B. I** .I .t tee e*em takingVItli V V

," VC :t .Murd of *IM>OM In 1IaIa..fII4.-, House Ol Frlda/evening/reb llth.HI 'I .., respect* ead- e. V.K DOC WOOD BARK Plaid Extract SARSAPARHJLA K em MM .., Ivsr sad .I : V
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... bavtoT p-reha-ed' .!.* plant' and Mbfr$ wUl be Organised Labor Tb* family .. heartfelt=:: sympathy W .u"N. T B ytnsrfs. ether' V 4

l cf ,good W/ .1Q 01 t.biIlHIfUI.' .tbe Again Orgairilsd'COilal"' ,Mr. V. la the giving ou.p who ha V..B. ......C. I CBT.M the Cfiills. fio V 't Cure.c. (} tiflilnsi.J ., rl. A 0....: V i;

Ji ,; Tbl. = ea.1 Chae! DM a wld reputation. 'a* a .lecturer V .C. ? CIrO; e
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-! CALL OJ!. To( My Friends and Customers_ : dsceola,
'fOH.CLOTHING._:_ .... ( 4IHIif f4Il . L.-_. 'on ''Ihave .just purchased" the Shoe and Ladies" and Gent.'Furnlshlng y :'

; _' business from Mr. J. N. Calhoun, where I Will be 'pleased to serve ... Phrn .
|4E 4l*: S <& 4E Wd41t youI propone to keep any and everything In my line. I have just .

placed sn order for Shoes and other goods which I expect In shortly., (

[ 1 If you ire In need of any Shoes{ special kind or sIzes not obtainable ioJ f MRS. %U W. :

.KAT.i MMfe here, let me know and I will! gladly order them for you. I will con ,

--- ___ 0. tiiiue to' handle the News Dealer au'd Stationery Line. YotTCsirr i ; '

always. find the latest Paper and tysgucines\ at my store. Trusting Toilet Articles Patent Medicines
P : you will\ favor inc with a portion of your patronage, ",, I remain '

i'>>iV... __ iIHat! ..Pure Drags... \
pectf\111y.: .
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; ,Tins Klsslmmee Valleir Gazette Jim Alderman of Fort Piercer" has- Bishop Gray returned from.. .Nar- .;,

been In town several, ': days. ooossee 'Monday, -- '- ess_j-OQAua. .

i TBLatPHONB. NO. II.t M....... Levl Drawdy and Alee Powers Jjr. MI J'. Hicks went to Orlando1'on E. B. f .'
: A.*
t killlnory reduced prices at ) sChandtor's C. A. OARSON
were In tOw4 '
i'tBWI1ED) :: EVERY '''J D''Y' ,'' on Wednesday.. professional business Mood., -."? _.. ... If You Need Auytrnng. .
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r .T ."' M*IH' Ray Pralher, of Charleiton.! 8." Miss Ruby Rose spent"! few days .. - Pr eDt. Secretary :

POUNBIIARPUS.r ... C., will, spend the 'winter .here. vliitinff last week, wl.)i'Mrs. Clay'Johnson Sr. Fre.h line of Canales just receivedat < . P '
her aunt. 'Mr/ 'Bearden'and City Bakery./ In the of Hardware, Tinware, :- 1
: and Mr*. .A. E. way ,
OHUMOH. DIHBOTOHY.; ''Capt. Clay Johnson of the steamer .on flalhspent' yesterday In Orlan Mrs. Chanbler' has reduced, prices Graniteware Earthenware Glass- Waters ,
-..irlio...' C.UmC" ...".Prsehln. aaoh Babbath. Llllle ,' all Millinery Specialties. "ware Crockeryware Stove etc. ' & Carson Go.WBOLAU
II ;.m. and 7 o.olock. ....,., mwilniv brought up with him 250 boxes: do.' pa ... ...... : --, Grocery .
.t, ThttHMlay .evealaa; al 7 *. am. SabfcaLiobtfiot of grape fruit from the anler grove. "iJleu'tV: Col.' W. E. Cadman- spenTa of .. j- -. .,
$ t:U..ada,mornln.. ... Nice assortment m.deuf.Plo'ure .7
IT 1C.IIH'...--. ,, Mr...Bam Story, the Fort. KUsimmoe portion of Wednesday among his Frames, at ;.. W. Thompson's.Gulce -CALL ON- B.ETAU DKAUU IB-' "f"fotoSSEteU'J I

. rreaahjni IAPl.I. .. svanr c.v..o..Bandar It i s.. m.Friar and, ruu T p. m.._ sheep owner, 1s here with Cap! Jack Friends In Klttlmm.Mr ...," . I Bratum's Is headquarters -"'- .:.. _

S Yaana"baolt.4a....rl.... .'.s...frar.r...u...S.SO Unc*>. .at.*...,Sunday Thurs., Whldden,: also one of the'rlver-'raoffe, Bojkln: of Ft.. Pierce, and a 1 for Battle-Axe, Shoes. '" GROCERIES.
day? paw Vlillaraalwaya ...,_.. cattlemen. I COMPANY
the .
Friend attended
II'. .0..'. KMaooraL Canac..- .._ .* of groom the'Roy-' Guava ;Juice In cans to make;' Jelly. / .
Ora,.. Ke tor."Lay .." wary BandaroralniMll. J. A. Barber one of our most siio- lanoe-Oilbert. marrla'ge. WATERS A CARSON Quo. (,o. ; J i
Buaday Hobool SM: >n. in. Punevealrff oessful truckers J x- .
(orTloabr tha Rooter. laird and .fourth brought a wagon load 'Hon. K. E. !Rose State Chemist, arrived Seed Corn for ....I)_Georgia Red : 9.

", Sunday......m"of oaoh....month.c.DI.'a.* _rahll>.. of very fine cabbage Into market. last yesterday\ evening from Orlando Co.!J. O. F. I'ABKtB. t'j"S 1

_...." lint. Sunday.and.third Kuud.y I. ewbonIk. I WednHda,. .-' on official business connected with . no. __ "__..0> ; : = : t. Hay Grain 'C a
Moraine .rfo. al It .,. R ..
a. a I Miss I "' Just arrlyed-one lot nciure raouiu- ," .
..... Lulu Brown' of his ,
laa at lie AmeriousOa., important office. l1
: at SundaySchool .1M' ; log and Mat. Board. Semiaiole Society Meetl|. PROFESSIONAL :CADRS.AQNEW .
'e_::4_*a I..-0.1.Tavfadav 0. &. aarvlaa"" ..ID at, *at:)1 7:00:P. la.p. al.PrV.r Evrybody I. visiting Misses Mamie Hloks ..nd'Albe Mr. and Mm, Bagley( of Kentucky, ... W. THOItlP8ON. bishop Gray', president of Friend l <\

la aluot cordially\ '."U."toalMnd th''; ,", Hlnton, and. expects to. be hereabout and who have friends In Klsslm- of the Florida 8emlnole, b.. called HIDES .'
:j. ...r._ ,- r. O. kuiuv fanor.ALBX many ICE In any Quantity, full weight., annual, be held Jan P A..V A S FURS WOOL T
a month. tb meeting to
,. )).,,_*.Sup,of ..S. mea, arrived on their annual! vlilt last i cent a by. ;

Miss Emma Munshaw, representing night and are stopping at the Hotel W. B. MAaUMSON CO.' -16,1903.J.'M--Wlu.soN. ;JR., Sec',. I I ATTO H.|V AT L4w........ I ,. .

u-. T'orricisi W..t" r .port.: the Cable Piano Co., of Jacksonville, Klsslmmee. : I .ri NOTARY PUBLIC, Country;Produce .'Specialty.Jrl.O. .
...... ...... b.. New stock. of Men's Hats at Gulce lUaltby Kida..,. Xeani Ix lI' Llfn.If . K( SJMMEE, TLA .
.A. TI.PB.aTvu-W.g been In town several. days and"is Mesirs. Charles and Beaty Darne.ofOrI.odo Bratton's. ,. .
I Trv..t .........Js.--1lS. & you want, to restore' your kidney --'s : .:. .
stopping at the Park Hotel. -' ,.spent a portion. .,of. .the ,
take ,
former healthy atate _
to their: J. W; 'SIMPSON '--a.-- --_ __
.as. KIL ..... I John Parker a former resident of week among friends and relatives In Just received.-Five barrels of-Old Smith Bare Kidney Cure-GO.oenta atOaoeola TJR.! .

-. -' 1. Kissimmee,' 'but now of Tort" Drum .Kissimmee making' the trip on their 25 Pennsylvania' cases Lewis1 Rye,*"W",' \(Ouckenbetmer H,.. Prices), Pharmacy. 1 DENTIST. .c SHOES" 9 .Originator. STANFORD ot 1am Frlo >"1 SHOES' :
: .rl4& ........j... 71 '//if .1.6. bas been in town several days and If wheel, \ .. right. A..& HEARDiaf. Er Carlisle. Jl. Martin. L. !? u.Waverly i Offio over Oeoi-ola Pharmacy. 4 JK1aslmm.e. ". I,

:.t.a.7...s., :::::::::: ,,: :: : stopping with, _mine host Hyde- of"the I. Judira- 51.5'. Parker went, ous.ll hunt- Stanford Is offering his entire stock $ T x", write: 'Of.I OFTICB Hocss: 11:00.: m. to li IDol; 1--.n.'w.'r. ..:.F J

"_4&, .......... G ,61 '-.'! Lak.. House. lour .between; -sr:Cloud and his orange of Ladies Trimmed Hats and other morning, when drat rising. I often find 1fiOloA:30p.m.: ," ...._ __ ,'
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ruday. fiG t. collection of phlegm .
troublesome ,
.'W.d..d.y... ....... SI lit .;_ Some rain b..'f.llen this. week: 10 trove near the Hajlow property on Millinery Goods at CoaL.Notice. a, and II SATISFACTION OUAUANTKEP.Telepbona !: . .
.__......... .. H .... which produces a- cough, very '
_ tII ie gratification o(those Interested In :Monday. Although he has had nopriictloe hard to dislodge; but a small quantity No. 70 ( Jun 6, .IjrM. :, "

I. A. u1aO)(. P. K. Bucking. Tie water courses are all for six year., he knows yet I of Uallard'a Uorehound Syrup. : '
ID need of flae' will\ at 'oooe dislodge, It.; and the .J.Mlika G"w: ;......... r .
much! more to nil up to the bow to do It,1 a* .he had a string i'-r
.4 roiiblo-U over. I know of no medicine HICKS A HOLLOWAY. I
normal 1 . The Klsslmmee Drug Co., havingchanged :
: stage. of bird. .
JaDuary'lo '
Friday .
l9o; owner, requests that all person that !I. equal to 'jit, and it l o Physicians and Surgeons .H
P. S. Cogglns, sn od4.I&ne friend of F. W. Hill. 'baJl'a curiosity In '>i1!% owing said Arm give their account pleasant take. I can most oordlaly .
the editor of the Gazette 'and one1 of grove sit Narcoosee, In the form of a attention before Feb. 1st, .. we, I recommend it to all persons needing Offioa over Ovoeola. Pbarnutcy.Calli .

LOCAL NEWS.... the bent known knights ot the grip on Siamese twinned grapefruit. The douIe wish to close the old book. All account a, medicine' for throat or lung answered day or nlll'dlo.REaIDCII .
roubles. Price 2te flOe, II bottle" PHONES! I S
old if OK or usFOKB > HOES
. . -- the road was in Klsslmmee last Friday. > fruit is enclosed In one peeling, 1 : Feb.-1st SO days will receive paid a discountof at.Osceola Pharmacy Hlcka: No.. 40. Holloway' No: I

Jim Alderman of FU Pierce. was, In A. he. always ha.a good word, for our ,being oblong: In shape. with a slight 10 per.cent. Oflloe Phone No. 3.F .
town Monday. own we are'-pleated to know: that be preion> around the centre where Tile oal, Guaranteed Kidney Cure S

N. d Bryan went, to, Davenport on 1 IBS a Rood trade among( our business \the puncture occurand: hangIngfrom druggist I. Smith's: will Sure refund Kidney your Your. ifartertkklnff I S). 'THOMPSON.CALL.. ..,.. ....... ,...--., 1 >. =. E = :

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business Wednesday; I < one stem. SailboatsTUB to Lei onebottleyou" are not ti. "* ABIWIUDKiaaiki '

Hon''C. A. Carson has completed. men.City Marshal Carter of Orlando van, Mrs W. A. Thomas, wife of Col.? satisfied with, results. I 00 cents 9 at ......._ ....._ 33, Offi...Pbe.e Cl S I '

hi* water, &aok'&lid windmill., 'down for a short. time last Monday.We .- Thomas, of BasivlUe, mention of OsceolaaPharmacY. IIJtK. FLA. i"L

did not learn his business hut we whose hInes was made In our ImsU issue TUB HOUR, tAV Bent Linimrnt on Karth. f fttpuaVjaVM
Whooping cough l If aaldto be- prevailing !- WEEK A. B. STEVENS. L.IIg.4kAihL.IJc j
.. the children'of KI..Im.moee. saw him and McPbatter in close con- died at the home. of her brother,, I OK MONTH.: Henry D. Baldwin Supu' City QR. .. *.. r
among sultation sure sign, that., something C. M. Bailey In this place Wednesday ..-I APPLY.AT VALLEY-GAZETTC." PHONE 91$ Water Work, bhullnburif. Wls., ....D.NTi..T.... A.A -
has been or wilt be done sod 'thatthere after ot Intense writes: "I hare tried many kinds of otjolcct .
night a period -- SHOESZ.:: &
z- Mr. C. E. Earnest. )left. at liniment, but ha\o never received j >IIV/C > F.
noon on a Ga. AdmIDI.tered.Ollie. (
Is trouble In the wind for the suffering during which she Ilart. the Simple Colds much "ben at until I used l Ballard's _
". trip to White Springs, SuwBnnee county to .. ., lad "V.5 n'u.'. -y'V''v''U'V'A
evil doer. constant care of friends and relatives! Cease to be simple, If at all Snow LJnlment for rheumatism. and >>oural jlJ.S.--j
_ I r. II.
.. Wednesday. The furniture establishment, of J. as well .. attention from the mostskllledphyslcians. longed. The safest way, I. to put: pains. I think it the bent liniment on

;: .DII.bI.Born In to the.'Mrl Point:' >n3, 00.SlIoda1.*Irs.; 0.0. Jan.18th W.. W. Thompson into the old was, "Robn.moved.* on building.,Thursday "- this morning' taken. Her to. N reu rcoo>a gJLwei-e- fornterrment. them liallard's aside Horehound at !the very- beKlnnIDA"j. ceola arth.Pharmacy." 2fic l 60 and .1 1 bottle' Ojs-- ORLANDO. . FLORIDA r""r"'rr'f't'rtt"ft"'t"'f"'ttr'rr"f" " ' ' " ' " " ' .

daughter. cold and removes the cause of coid 11 Yo Cau't Sleep al NUbt. J M.: WiLLSON, JR., .
S across the street from Its former locaIon. We tender our condolenceuilhajgireaved tic I COo and .1 bottle atOnceola lbs. t :

Mr. II. Fleming and -hi. uephew, The move gives him'inoie rpoio.lavwhlch \ < oue. macy. use Smith' Nerve lUwtoror. It. I. a '__ ( NOTARY PUBLIC... ) \
true Der.e tonio. Will cure any case C. W.
Thomas Brlghtwell .of Athena, 0,., display his splend Id.stock It woulttnt'bo; much trouble for you -. . NOTICE.' of Nervous Prostration; doernot con- \ STATJE AT LAMOE. J. GRIFFIN

are hunting down the river.Mr of new and up-to-date Idea in the )loe lo give us. all the !items of news of a lain opium in any form.. Sold by Real Estate Agent.
To Taxpayers of Osseola County: '*" .
... -b *. Howard, of he csfries.Mr. opal nature that you may know. we I will be at the voting places of the. soeola Pharmacy. 2 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.

I ing three months ." Dr. 'J''. ... Wm. Frsxure has arrived from pans about the street\ Such Informa- olnotsuf the County on dates given 'Sailboats to Let"- Apply at Valley

for the benefit of her health. Palm Beach; where she has lived for LIDO'wUl be greatly! appreciated by the Taxes below for for 1W03 the purpo.. of assessing GaaeUoe omce. -J.I .W., HARWELL, I fancy family Groceries sJ I

her bus bers who will It In the : .
the few pa-
past years. to Join ;_ publl print
Dr. b'.E. Thomason, of Live Oak Klaslmmee, (No. 1)), ;Jan. 20andj7.Shingle : -' If ViweliTry JyaTlca OF inn PXACK PDNOTV1"ITItW'SYXYK.AT
band at this plaoe. They have rented x>r-and then the public will be gratIlied. (No. 2)), Jan.2SCainpbc'll !:
returned home last week after a pleasant the Dale oottageTin l North Kl. linraco, Just a| little effort on your ( No.-3)), Jan. 211. a 50o bottle' of Uerblne, noticeheImprovement LAKOK E : : 3
visit to bis cousin Dr. F. G. effected In MARRIAOZ. A SFXCIALTY.: i&'i'e.
.. and their many friends here will be p.l1o-we do. the balance. Y"e"m, Uassvllle. (No. 4).Feb.) 2. speedily E. FEES: 3
Appetite. Energy Strength and Office Stewart
"'Thorn ason.- -- Lakevlew (No. 0)) 'eb. 4.. your on ft.ODue.
to know 'that to make the rounds of the town S9! often '
ileased they expoat rigor. Watch bow It brightens the
UasslBgee, (No. 7)), Feb. 0. KISbMMEE.: . FLA.
An animal supposed to be a panther make this their permanent home at possible for this'purpose .nd hope Naroooafte. (No. 8))I. Feb. 10. ."lrlL.'I-I.e. freedom from lodl e.- i = Delivery every day, at any hour ; patronage solicited

has located Itself in a bay head While en route to Conference at De.Lead to. reoeleve the oo-bperatlon. every Crabgrass, (No. 5)), Feb. 18. I : j

'.cIo..the to the.Runnyroede'aoc.loo.. hotel. Hog' ( Rev. E., A. D-ew and wife of citizen in our hews gathering efforts. to{Taxpayers meet me and are make earnestly their requested Tax re- 10th Isaac, 1900 Story: I was Aa' ,In Mo..,w..ltoe'l th.Sept..Ib.d RHEUMATISM tULuiuLuiuwaautuiu L1ILtLILuuLuLuiuuLuiaiuiaLU i ( I .

are .lo Tarpon Spring slopped over a dayor J. \v. Nelson a colored" citizen took turns.. Very respectfully, stomach trouble for U months; 1 -

Mr.-and; Mrs. fchamron, of PennsylvanlA two In our town this week.While,! "bug juloe" last Monday .U P. HCOHBY also ,dumb chills. Dr. ;J. W. Mory .j ..._. ..... ..w.y'.
) has rented 14..... Tsiman's,, here they stopped at the Park! Hotel thatbe lost all sense of location and Trx Assessor of Osoeola County'. inscribed Herbine; I it cured me In two 4!
weeks/ I 'cannot recommend It too CDRBD AT LAST C. W.
'... In North KUsimmee and' 'will and mad. friends of all with whom direction and Instead of golLg to his John A", Wn.OD..J: P. Frailer, of highly; It will, do all you claim for It.". M k

spend. the winter here.Hon. they came In contact. Bishop D. A home in South Klsslmmee was, found Franklin PA, and George P. Newton Sold., by Osoeola Pharmacy. m"ntal.W ; .

Jr W. Watson wife and IOn, Ooodaell will, preitde.over the Confer n North Klsilmmee creating some dls- of Cleveland Ohio came In Monday ". 4uaith'i Mrrve' Restorer Good( News, for All Who KITh , ; .

Master Robert, left on Tuesday last eDce. urbanoe by his efforts in entering night and are stopping' Hotel! KIselmmee. This medicine is guaranteed' to Suffer' :With Rheum-. t ." ... / iW
for Miami where, Mr. .WMaon'1&a Important what he considered his.: home. Someone "' '" ' l K \
Our 'phone number I. 11. flIng us They are among the regular cure all cases of Nervous Prostration .
mercantile I............ \ the hews of the arrival and departureof telephoned up town about him. winter, visitor to Kissimmee and we caused by overwork. It. is a true atfsm Free. 6.r tite.Mot

Senator C. A. -Caraon and wlfexleft visitors to and from your homes. McPhatler "went up and got him*' but voice the sentiment of our people Nerve Tonlo and restores NervousVitality'orLiOss To all who, suffer with, Rheumatism eiti.I .

on \the noon train Wednesday for Notices of this kind society .nt-a. and put him'in the Jug to. cool off*- when we extend a hearty welcome, to not only relieve these of Manhood.nervous troubles It will\ I will, gladly. send free the wonderful, I Headntones and Tablets.

,Lak Cityto. attend. the BaptUt Stateconvention meetings of.the different church socle- (..ter Mayor Adorholt interviewed their party.. We are told they have In and weaknesses but will, restore them story of how1 my mother was, cured,

,F 4 ,.,- now in...mson there. 'les are especially requested and we, Him and assessed a doe of 13.00 and contemplation a trip down the river to lull vigor and manhood. Quaran- he after most years elaborate.suffering. treatise'.,,together-on Rheumatism with- Glan Street, Tampa, Florida. ) i iI
costs against him. teed and sold at Oaoeola-> Pharmacy. 2 I
minister hereby, commission every lady In the without, which no visit to this section. ever published. _
U...J. 0. Frier; the Baptist -
left on Monday to attend the place as a reporter for our paper over Saturday afternoon a new craft complete and which, affords<< more A (flood Thing No matter what, your form, of I .Ish 'Ira* FaawjMB a Sooclalty.Ballamatoo ,
matism Is whether
such matters, of hese kinds as may strange to the waters of our beautiful genuine pleasure and amusement to acute
{ German I I. the
State Convention at Lake City wherebe Syrup special,prescription muscular-' Inflammatory, Rhell-I o* Balldlni MarfcU . J
is to preach the opening Ser come under their notice itlng up 11; lake, came into sight' fromthe_ south those on pleasure bent than any other of Dr. A. Bosohee, a oele- sciatic, neuralgia, !gout, .r..4 }

give us the news. crossed the waters of "the sleeping tiger !the State affords.On rated German Physician and Is ae- etc.-no matter bow many ..._.__.__ aa.4..._ ____ .J
." drew up to and was moored to inowledged to be one of the most for.lunate have failed in our cano matter I ,
mon.Mrs. the Polk side of Klsilmmee
whowith Mr. A. F. Miller and hi. Bon Frank county discoveries In medicine. It.
. T. J. Osyle of. Sanford bow many so-called "sure. cure" yon
he dock where the staunch little
'''' her daughter,:, Miss Mamie has and wife, and his daughter, Mrs. craft river are. the lands of ;Judge Hoi- quickly cures Coughs,'' Colds' and all have tried-I want you to write to "' ' J Je
Miss Emma Morgan Drane. of Mllledgevllle, Ky.. are. b.. been seen and-admlred by manyof combo of Arcadia and his associates. Lung trouble of the severest nature me and let me tell you how my motherwas 'frt"ttrlt'tlrlt"'r'ttf"r'f"'f"f"t"'r""t"ttr'' " ",," "," "," ", '
visit to
on a pur citizens. Enquiry developed removing as H does, the 'cauaa-of the cured.
have the
They 64,000 acres, greaterpart
left for .her home at noon WedMr.and spending the: winter at Waco on the set that It was, the property. of E. of which has affection and leaving the parts in a I am neither a Doctor nor a Professor ::1
already been fenced. ,
Lake Butler. Mr. Miller 1 II a prominent strong and healthy condition. It. Is \
ne.dsy .l&." -limply a plain man of business : .
have horse-raiser in hi. section ands O. Tatman, which[ he had constructedat Then on the east side of the river, In' not an experimental. medicine, but has but I have a for Rheumatism, UNDERTAKR and EMBALMER
Mrs. Holley, who admirer of Florida'having bla place' Shell Hammock and Ovceols county, Is the immense property stood the test of years giving sails- and I CURl who suffers .

pent.. several.., winters here, are ex a great the last fifteen. winters in the that It bad been sent 'here to receivethe of the United Land Company, action In every case, which' Its rapidly with, Rheumatism all about,00 It. I wish .t LIsa or-.., .
pected.s.o srrlvs' BOOII. They will spent finishing touches. It I. about 30 which-joins, the lands of the LJgbtsey I Increasing sale every season con- 100 be clearly understood.and trust E' : ; rASJTT) GOPFXZkTS, 3
State. Mr. Miller and Mrs. Drane rras. Two million bottles. sold an C4XES
and that all who are thiserrlble .
bring their. daughter with them a were the guests of of Mr. and Mrs.C. feet in length 7 feet or more over all, Lewis and Carruthers CaUle.. Company. nually. Bosch..'. German Sypupwa., disease ,1I18IDI.1 = LaQI! Cents' Burial Robes. -
young 1 sdy friend. about three feet in the hold and draw. This consists of introduced In the United States In e ad
W. Griffin the early part. of the property 100,000 acres beyond the reach of cure will write tome NICK LINK KORNITURK AND .
Capt. W. A. Roebuck came up with I 10 Inches of water.' It I Is supplied with and I. being fenced:. very rapidly! Thus, and is now sold In every town this day and I will'send' youbyreturn E STANDARD RKW1NO MACUINE8.H'OaT : '
and In
village, the cl.I1I&edwortel.. .
his boa Wednesday afternoon.i- week.We Iwo 7 horse power Rochester (gas) enrloes Courier-Informant. This last sentence Three doses will, relieve mall this work of mined ap- >.aS 5 T MAIL OB TtLiaKAPHoiv .
have ;
would be to a correspondent any ordinary
pleased l the
peal especially to "chronically
114 otter hides I and has a carrying capacity of j rsx>Mrr . .
'Among his cargo were at every postofflce and set'tlement is completely In .error .. no cough. Price 25 and 7S cents.ii 11" who are wearied and AT&IOX I>O t9 IXPAIZIXO AND Picilil :
,I ...." which we are told were sold for a sum the Under the new, ,000> pounds. We are told it Is de fencing has begun yet on the property. with, "doctoring" and to dluned Jt.JitIL r : -
In neighborhood of $800.c Jo( county. signed'to cater to the Ash trade and they. mention. 4 ', ii have been east aside aa-nonrable. e "aan'N. TRB aiOmOB W. CLARK CO'8 BIADSTOIIKS
the' will\ IOJO..JtIT.
being rlgorouily. pushed management Valley Gazette was, built. with, a view to do businesseven F YOU SEND, YOUR( CHILD All you have thought abu'R = \
Work W Last Monday' a giving his:
endeavor to make this a feature that stranger tism be
I 'on the new depot. The streets approaching will commend'Itself to Its readers everywhere. at the lowest stage 'of water. It name .. ;John Edward, and his homeat to as with a prescription: you can our .1. .. .101. I, If m yon have WWWWW1wwwl l lu1UlUWWWW .

i Ii; are now being graded, Give us the news of your will, without a doubt, fill a long felt. Ft. Myers arrived In town, on train rest assured It will receive the same Hhaumatlam. or have a suffering : '. I' :
want and be a factor in ,
.' and the work has progressed so far potent openIng No. 78 going north. While here he f.Dd it .li pay you to 10..t. .
.r '\ schools. churches, farms, gardens, new grounds our fishermen and careful attention that it would if ; ',. .,. and .
to admit Its occupancy to-day. of the of Is said to hay Imbibed pretty freelyof 10. 1 : '
as doings .
groves, ranges, Up developing the 1 which meansno came yourself. We do not believe self el.1 I make.
1 \ lias .Issued a Indlustryr: the ardent and at 8:00 boarded you Send '
Governor; ,Jennings., people concisely and succinctly, and .. : p. m, m address todayapostal
little this "place.
to Mr. Tatman
), proclamation'announcing the date of we, will give it all the publicity possible. I. 36 going southward. A. b. 'crea in substitution. We, believe card will 'do-and I will, nail ,
ba. evinced a commendable- public wonderful, If. MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
Friday, February 6th. as Arbor Day.' Give us the"news.'Rev. spirit In supplying the trade with, this ted no disturbance while, here nothingwas la only the best purest and most you have any friends Buffering story.'with Rheumatism yon- !

; la Florida, with the usual recommendations : FT: E. Shipp Ailed his laat appointment means of transportation and we hope thought of the matter until Tuesday reliable drugs that it 1s possible to DO matter where located,
to the.occasion. when, he was, brought here on a send me their address and I-,
customary buy. 'Our stock .U in with
at the Methodist church will, receive rich returns therefor. keeping adJre.s .lm.1 J'
freight train arriving about them a copy. My la Saw and
; of noon, Planing
j J..D. Roberts Portrait, a representative Co.has been here Sunday night. For a' text he- read Rev. .. F. Bell, the pastor assigned the conductor which, stated that be our belief. RANBPL.T!, Bloomfield, Ind. fiO-ly j Mills
; th Chicago 2IO:32iI now brethren I com
.Acts to the Methodist church for the had been discovered by the roadsidenear c .
several days delivering pictures..thathave mend you to God and to the word of present year, arrived Thursday afternoon S' Now In operBtlon.- Complete House.Bills ,

j '.beeo .n1arg40by his the firm.Park- his grace", which.. very appropriately with, -his famll,. 'l'bel.eraooD- of his Reedy condition Creek.revealed An Investigation a dislocatedor PCY lYCA PO PLASTERSKing R.O us Georgia' Sonfchern & Florida f5 Yellow Bad Pitch Pine Tiber and Lumber of all Kinds. ..

L While. here be was a guest at to his leave-taking ofKI..lm. ,
applied ducted to the Parsonage which 'O !
according "
fractured thigh aDd'beJ.. .J" .
> ;Hotel.: -;,. .-. He has served the church to their custom bad been overhauled the train and brought here for put o/ All Plasjtejr. .A.r :: P.T I I.MAYNARD

V friends of I Mr. and Mrs. Its Pastor for the past.. two, treatment - LUMBER Co. .
The many here as cleaned and furnished with
; ., but the facilities) for such being .. UWANKI NIVBIt HOUTBVBCHIDUUCB .
a 1 O. F. Parker will refolds to know that ,...n. during which, time be and his .\nch things .. were, needed by.; the I greater la Orlando he was will give Immediate relief. They IK irFBCT JAMUAKY 1SOS.Dill. .

f .the.latter, who has been quite UI for I wife have endeared themselves to the Ladles Home Mission Society.: Supper carried on lo that place.l The supposition .re carefully medicated in a manner .
Is 'Improving. We hope of XI.lllIUIIM.ll of ", whom Is that. be attempted to pass I ny r. QaJek SUp.Lvfalalka .
sometime;. people they! also had readiness for the which permit the of the .
from on* coach to another lost hi. pores I .....,.. eo.p.j.Jsekauvift5 totaai
1: :Iher recovery may'be speedy and perThe without regard to denomination. regret family', who began >, doubt to congratulate balance and fell overboard. Be was skin to immediately abaorb the : ..... $55.m 74is.

.a eat. their. departure.. They left at themselves Upon being assigned very genteel' in appearance and manner proper medication., For; coughs: ArVaidoaw..,,........lI'oein HlArTIIUMi .. J 11.155pm a_ .

.. .'j,1' case b(4be'State 'vs. Dink Cub noon Wednesday for Lake City, to. to a work: among such hospitality anal much sympathy-wasexpress.. UJd colds; for aches and pain. AbCord.Ie....:.;.... *555w 141pmrKs.w.
..,, .'< bKe', was &J'IrIMI4 before County JodceJohnstone which, station 'they. were assigned by when a further evidence of that ad_over,biB misfortune.[ J C. LBAKE '' o..r.. ...*.. .... M.. 425555

.;,> OB ''Tu.dat.- Motion" the late Conference.Trie : trait. among hi. flock: was made by the The Shaker Colesiy. DrwggIst.R.EAb ",.Atla'nw.:. ... 755cm. 141pms.e.v.L. I CITYBAKR.Y

denied and.- .trial by notice o(' appeal " Live Oak Democrat baa changed entrance en masse of thirty. or forty. On the shores' of Lake Alligator,' Cbaltaaoot. ISSpsi iMsaIN.avlIl. .

4IE we*. ...ea;! The. ease of the State hands, brother .. E. Pound having each pf whom, bore some article. for about twelve miles east of ltiB.ImmMJ .usa,......... 555pm 545amus. .52.
carrying concealed and the larder, which will be sufficient to stretch the lands occupied and owned A' ..... SMsmArlxxiliTli 155pm _.. 4bA&h.i4 -' ;
...,J:4-: Br---, sold out look, stock barrel, on by .the Shaker -Brother .L.........1 155555 .
colony. ,
was d.......* ecL r Saturday t.o.J. 7. Sherwood, late keep the wolf from the door for corn.t1nie1tc Eg ACb' .. \
weapons last bert the head .
present of affairs, was '1I l1o ida Tims Union ; ) .. ,., ISftaMArClnelnMOl. J. 55.m ILp
Hoo. John ),I.Lee a k CitizenREDUCED'SUBSCRIPTIOW .?
E.: W. Irvine, a I ipodalar travellacaaleasaan of'the Citrus County Chronicle.; What. come. very 1 la town >recently and* gave us a TWasi 4 55.a' FaucyI $ A
\\ mad a, brother-la-law of otll']' brother Found: Intends .to do' Is "aot gracefully broke the formalities J;In a cheerful account of their doings.' The o.a a...,'a'o' ,
'.. 'I' fellow (owniman; O. F. Parker., spent1adalortwoofIbswsekllCrI. stated:: W. wish continued success t.o'' speech of welcome to the', new minister colony which, Is owns fenced 1,600 T and acres on this of land land, all there of RATES ,'C"Solid Inlaa froaa'Jaekaoajvllle 1a. .Maot. I Cram Fuji ;
H. Uflrm Its and family and pledged the rralnaJraaa Pa-alka' aonnoet al with 'Cheese Line
the Democrat under new management Is a floating population. of from lOG to DAILYAPDSUDAYinKoutb.Ma.p.jd. JaehoanvtUo.UomTaloeaoraao .
north from
: ", '. believer In the idea that thlsjs ,Madison New Enterprise. support and sympathy of the 1,600 cast); of this. number the colony ( ; ..,.... ,. nlmfmotf ) Dizie traltflar Mane tPouud A Perfect' I KM 11HD of
-par have 81&Meul.. ......... .. .... Baffot SloaptM akau '
fine .
l They a pOaao.
of paid. a
patch Ie T
the ." was feelingly responded' to Mr. sugarcane ; cruckcr
t d .' 1 crowning glory of Other"enquiring frIeD we will by and belr syrup baa a famous 0.Y.-... pete.................t.... SHIXIXUSTBATBO .rI: laulm.on Dixie vl> abovo riyar sis. ( ,

.1 ..\_1f, Motion state that 'brother Pound" has entered . Bell who Inspired';' the belief ,that the reputation., Their pinery promises . ... SUNDAY XDITIOX._: ".M' I $l.aiera ee sa M : .- .
.'. sad aa Bnters, a claim on the shores of lake ToJio, church was'fortunate in securing such very well for toe near future, and they. . ; w : -= ,
: :xnIil TUo l S.wt-Ws.kiy XdI.S. ...;... .... Me.tte,S ... to .u -vV'rr' rrwT'I I
; Bliea: and Doraev svnd pellga and .'Intends doing". the printing worthy successor to Mr. Shipp who produce all their /alnple. e.d A, -.w..u KdIdee ,...........0.. y..,. a.. ..... -.Z3 ,. ,J ,
) ....:Martha, 'U MontAl and publishing- act. with all l the was loved aD4'raepe0t.e4 .by ,.11. .A*. a five-acre Bermuda and 8b Loot pasture i An_......-- cad lemiuseess saesld 3.5.1*w )A' ; r'r
TlBOo, -
.ber !lOa M.-lord. supplies their work horses and b.Mds.dle, ,." j
'11. S sd.7alcb& talentr-Tlm and energy" that Joe may seasonable. hoar the gathering. dis- milk with. 0. CAHDtt8"Sg'FBE8U) ; I
.If ;. .. arrived cows never ending gracing, LINE ,
: goSu1. .r4erI atJJo. possess In the bops that .ha'' may be per.ed after a prayer bj the minister and they. are experimenting with bee Tie Florida! Times! Union Citizen; _" NC '. . \ FUT. "

t "l., : ,. ... JD bova....0jdort&bta.;... $TbeJ' q w.* fz4.idof able to-"prbve .p"! '.__},II1 .to'the our Mr.' BeU fa not an entire uoen.a stranger to ealt. re. .At present they. arc short JACKSOIY1LLE. PLA. '.;.' ''I .Xe D '61eam. :' 4 ,,;, .
t1 *" h faintly handed for masonllna assistsnes, but .I! i .
7, ; in'Ral.; sAd good people among .1aoDa.... has east wb You can fet JobPrlntlaf done : ,) f'e #:
: I valuable / .
..... :, acquisition tfceV expect several arrivals. from,one ' ,
lb." at this offloe U
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A 4Ir: ,>I :.._ 41.' the.meWtu .I tcHcnt but if,a ueMlfflce '- \ at*, .oalete., . .eomplshe could bye been publish- .T/ees, 'FREIGHT: ;
would un- :
h44_ ....*.. ', is dasr4 do uot use any of tag, bt likel byte : been years & the tales coPe
pr>piiamiicommonly.. oaad-jMi the Eastern handler. i\ doUbtedy'' clt: wit incident *// Kl/ d5.ol !
1.\ English >u"Pudinr ,I I market.: The 'olowing i i. a goad f for sold-at higher 'prlces.then other Th 'B.r' O.e .r"1 PREPDI1.

I One, .1 On'1 i I hot inulai water Powdered; borax. iwo ouncei, ; oranges', and the retailer's. margin mustblcewise applictioa eaerves general of the publicity" ahoa to .j Irees, ." Pia"U, }.
To ; tinctare
_ Qund beef suet crumbled Una Two twp .onl; 'lnt of of Jyr, .* b tace mental msiness (fa to uncommon: "had Angnorant .*. 'M.UMC. F1OS.; MUBlnlntt CAMrHO** g -
he .
Iund. of faniina (eeded-and chd tablespoonful and concentrated THE MEDITERRANEAN SWEETSThe prospector thinking O.NAM. .A.L T ".
aromatic Years specimens to .
,' > und oT citron I Sweet gold, brought _T. '
vinegar which was
i. pound of currants.-T o.large applet I oae oun Llsterino4salso regarded Mediterranean with great favor sorn same.fin .' be ...7 On leaning - of Tr.e>g.. u.I.ltl, "osifIo ,' ,
chopped. One lemon cut up very smalL I .xcelnt e.r sduth his treasure iron b.wa F
9ne nutmer. Two, of i Eleanor R Pake." ago, and was 1 extensively set oat hat in "Extra tht disgusted as to sell the, claim NURSERIES : tl:&..rf.
I. {
a ,
proven POMONA
ifiiixed (cloves! cinnamon I Clauims CI..pointment or SOO. Later, when it was discov- .
). 1IaifpIntoJ.randy e the'! ; Ot u. harmony Ixprienc. Rol and i
;,fit In plenty" of flour. Mix well answer to .1:recent 'Inquiry! will fruit. Th, tree and the tendency'r of dozen made a life settlement .fl.o 'KVf KY PACKAC1 GUAVANTEtD.ThM ..* ses OPNQ _PtOTH.Pt O '. v"

4 Put into a tall bucket a two tell you of, a very'simple and effectivemethod and its keeping upon the lucky proipector, pula'Sb'lest tirivroraotlo ,T p. p. sea .LP ,
the puff.
to poor tmintmt _.
: j it fro found his gold I
gallon bucke bet. Put a plat in of cleaning collar 'and removing '' thus aft -
: coat m*de it generally an un ground p *, kw fcua mae mo*
die $ is only a .
and The
pot; when-the soiled from kind f partial J.t .
ysf o
any Extensive rebud- folowill '
Mfral oopuuu -
5.15.1y' UWBM
.pt eraisl- ( -
water u hot- or.nle. he. this _,. t' -
not boiling woolen I
put the use of strong been carried on content u>; a ,
of the sac F- I .
bucket in. Boil. steadily f leven drugs 'rd. cleansing fluids contain ding the last few and for this Saving Ships I -The Biography a. ._...bsoe4. ,.M
pur.servc wh' rich < sauce Is neither necessary Jot desirable ;it undesirable years> . i Th of the Office' Building, showing build- :.:- srS :- hil aMaSS 'Sl i-u? uri1 f !

Dried Indeniely. for cloth.this purpose,' a they fad the 'I t! think IheTfchira'cter 'of the' weet that the ng low* are ti* put fifteen up)and A Town twenty-story Made Idle byTrust .prapse sad w.SssIi IOOKO*I ItS.d.stM _. 'm liii
Cherry Pudding Four DIPthec.ollar other 1.
eggs, a or sqtledp0r140UiflAJIQL.Utl may be greatly changed for the better, Is also The Man that Failtd.Van' ac ,sstuesd a_ .pinion.: "tSsy ,
cup of augar, Half cup of A made oLwa*** b ) Sr.' lb. SaM .diat.. w*** a .oo ar.d tat Hll1zerf.
cup of mllki or enough to buter.. a stiff in which has been dissolved./ andpuflimg largely prevented, )prog. -. ( cunt of' Genera Toral the Spanish gen- room women whon nTnotod who wkMfi. seaS.s.onij"eali.d .
p.rl A MM Cron bwknoM, which tas
'- batter;One quart of*flour.: A little Scrub stiff brush-an old er' pruf'g., u f erl who at Santiago; or boxo .vlaooi fall ol ooruuri na1M s's -'ARID'
''teaspoon of baking powder Roll.alt toothbrush cen h.Med discarded fortoiletpurposes of" the sweet i-Je.nse, I.r '- the RegularArmyiAmencanStn d. >,ltl of tho HiOiddiaoM -'.
cherries In some of the flour is good for this .w ,prtlnr free' crcul.toaof ,air for -British\ l.'bl..5 T ..DI.I.
and mix rk ( TIME TRIED AND' /?
in with ,the flour. with Dip in the water frequently, which to. the'British. Unionists Saw. I.t P. ,So.Banup .t A. .
changing lio Nock '.
Favor nutmel of the highest tynejol prove of what a :L .! "Z2vs'stloai .
and a little 1e it for clean suds when it gets the production wo an account cms.ionor .flr ,
i a' s/ iirA. nl. r rl, 'k ...,! *.*&" L__., the annta .rs .n!! .dty. any orange By prninl hesvily-and Florida representatives of British Trude- ;ouie .'; D I"c- .Uaovfatvured espeoUlly, to suit ill..!lh, iequiiensnts o'i thGRtJVE 4i,.
-ni-w j 'MB <* >VISS aallV* V\ IIITU Wen ntov. the the gro'tindand law their visit to'the United a4 .
ter two-hours.: Serve clear wateri'ntit( 6f lifting fl Union on 1 ... .
with a h&r sauce every.trace The all which dit thy on s moM xool'at
/ flavored with ", ; ] suds is removed and'it up.until'dry opening the tree so,that-air :and' tonished / States. J sad MoomMiil fmnidy. sad or* to t* -GARDEN .iS FIELD:
vniL' t sunshine may-have free access to all I know- .M-to flovoBtr.
Cream Sauce-HaJf: a oH enough to iron Press it on the from People who are Itere.te ; toe- W n, .
cup >utter wrong side or if that Is not convenient parts, believe will result in the pro pale ng ,what.the( count I .1_.10 oauillr witS proper M. Jhn'! I. It Kfgpl aaU. Cukvy 8 '
One and a-half ejt a .b. you a.rl.JDr'' ee ,
remed cups sugar. duction of a superior orange, largely __,.u. wb"I-.1
of.crtam., Beat. covr,the right side with a,cloth j very are ac mpl.hinr will find I tsk.oa _delivery, t eteaoMh we can c wade ,especially .
.It'al well until anI free from .puffing. ..and a reaon.blyeood readable form inthevarious I body. Burro Cabbg. tetfUtd. )Our SlmoK P Mo :
.. tate.0 r rem .and will perfectlydry"s. keeperThi*. at leet ha* been I .f'1 counts of Th World's I :. ) a:nuiaod, (.:0::- In .t W* bare 1-ba bad t beet frolt prodacutv,
E c with'. of: leaf is nlmbr I ic.d .wtaiea 1 to record of any (ortlUcer .ol t atat year* practical J
. my experience ., | ; I | etvomM ney In crop'experimenting.tnat .
: .*.-A_*_**u.* Work 4 .10.1.. ... and bare spent mor all
Sauce.-Four ft
Lmo'n cup of sugar. Lemons ( the .wee. spat I > any sad In the *ut Bealdea special! brand far .
of and are an''xce ent remedy' in pretty, I prrroBt :duorden, 'which .>u&llr shaM manuraciorera 1i i-reps-we ea*
bute. Juice grated pulmonary diseases Metre juice is obtained ., OTHER V a thin i.n.. km .5 ( tl.. ThM Pill hm U.,.. ry In utock. all kinds of FKKI'IUKIN U JI-1UUL CUEMIOA .
rind of two *. Pour all IMPORTANT RIETIE' <
this into the Kdilor r b'found overrun remedy elihor .' \ were the;first dealer* to put the .dllln terla.
a pan and while it is coming a boil from lemons b boiling --'h -S' ?lichael and the Malta and FI' 1 In oil ,lijtoochondrtoaT Hjrlerto ahoul
tact they .
"the,i ' .. instead time I in the"ar4en I come or V.=h 1, foe they ..c. yolkaof two
and add go
'egl says an"exchange.Boil JRuby Blood, and.the Australian n.vl a Ever Ih. N'-throw off sit AMUONIATKa- MJICJLAM".! '
them. Whenft boils the are varieties more or less scattered < bunch of Crsntbeum humor tending to ], .
soften .lol" 1.1..w 8-lt.i
fo alowly they begin to The
stove tnd-dd'thehjtes unti Roses Pinks inklns' eliirlln, ad ) nhonr.ialaeu . 8utplsatemWOite.> ,
of two throughout the belt. Of these 1. r '
orange i D.hla Urn. '
egg t>eateq to a froth. This i i. r niceacompiiet remove from the w.te and''h n cold the most undesirable i h the,Australian feet from tl. 1 ) some' y( I. tko Nitrate Sods, .' Una .i., :
lor,a cottage pudding enough to handle' the nave]. While this is a large tree, it Is adapted Anemone Queen Charlotte' has RICE. .CENTS. At, DaVGGIST, Dried tIrade Blood, .and Hone" ( $ UI" J ''L4' -

d Iponge cake;;both u.edot juice is" extracted,. strain and' adc ungainly, a shy bearer, and produces a great fine for several weeks" Te Snap MADE ONLY PV-, High and lk JolOra ' .

1. Fruit Salad"- Four oranges I they enough loaf or crushed ,sugar to makeit coarse, undesirable.frit The orange ing dragons-and dimes Pink blom and aino Afeo'hemie l. Co Bn.Blo 1. Caustic Boda, . ., '
are larger; more, if 'man. Eight 'Add comes Washington ed all sprlnr. fal Laud'
tw pl'lable. about, twice as much .' tree i i. '. . Jlat '
bananue., Slice them,and arrange them is-juic. .This navel and .at times on this account han ; ha there ever a many JAi Bright. \\ hale | ' .
) ', in .aye. in a glass dish with w.ler tjon'inav, 'be made every morning prepa.or found a" fairly good .demand after the i la ; and as frnerosesr' ,,no, blight Bu.ntiabloomlng.n .and no , -t"LLE n" Dark Cotton fe,S..Me. (Oruu 01 Cop.8 i .:",-
J.tec Rose Mrs. George '
; Ple between each layer. enough be made to last 'two 0.1 better orange I give. a insects. .Th. Oat I'oms ) - .4
white Cb
get the fresh pineapple use the.nne4' three It must be kept In. a cool believe however. when "the Valenc'iaLatecomes red : ( ) great du.tera .,. Oyster -_ '
(. using powdered sugar between plaCe . to be more plentiful, whichit and th petals look like pr TPOTA8QES .r. Qreen and Pot. ..
t. th *.-Southern Farm Magazine.. a eventually will in'the near future the to : fume is simply, E. T. ALLEN .M, hI.OCULI' D.'PH.' >B, . Pa ,'5
JI I," S e Th Orsmge i. Callfovad Australian go written of this rose. Here It Is a perpetual Murtste 10ta.1 o. ra. COO
I paeL'i bearinl bloomer, though the florists do ANDJAt'RISTD t Hjf u 1 HAT.I L .
f. T1 D.u Tke D.dT1_* -Every orchardist is, of course anx price.finding.any poor aO any -L. not all claim it as. fA'rde'rtOut Tobacco Stem. / '
I ioua to fruit that with .uct. I Uo.l. <.ate.,. .
Apt BofleoUotu. grow MO.I..n.AI..I' Ground '
? ; greatest demand at' highest mecI prices.' MARKETING- METHODS CON. Another Rose that l_ Just "trying! itself 0..40 W. f. IM.Ootln K.ltt.naiPUO81' Kill J Tob.c, ,
The American bath tub it slowly win Therefore the question of varieties I Ian la now Is |heWnv Allen RIchard'Qn T..n. i, State iva. Oaad. o.11. KaJcd Orua_

all its way in Europe. Modern, first- essentially one. Several SIDERED. & ; The flowers at this time are a dark I O.I.UM.t*..Brewa- .floss. 'JiJ1&C 'ACIUSlVe Uo **'rd]8m .. in England and on the continent years must Imprl.nt the initiative It is one thing to produce an orange I The yellow so Urge and so many,of them I I I- O Instil ved Bone' . ", AIL guaranteed to,eetv
, have baths connected with the bedrooms step- in the growing of uny' variety to arid quite another to cpnvert-it.into I 2 Mm is on an old fence and complete! Acid I'boepbal, '.,'. tain all their l an..cbe a.c

after'the fashion which has prevailed the harvesting of a full crop. MarketIng money.:" The uiodus operandi.this i hues it; faces the south so has sun all D' .*olved *W>ne Black. -, plJre. a le4
I- for years in American hotels. Englishmen conditions during this interval may change of Iruit into 'he coin of the I day. Asked if I ever give it fertilizer

afc ilowly.getting rid 'of radically or a better .cquaint realm i. a question which has per from 'I point to th.-1msense stem and ask E. O. Painter- Fertilizer. :'Co'JACKSONVLiE5.
.S their portable bath tubs and are learning ance' with ch.n.e variety may plexed most growers. There have been I on if you don't think it big enough to take .
to use the more' convenient and onstrate its weakness.. This has frequently numerous methods proposed and experimented highest care 'of itself. I never prime, it. '

comfortable .taton.r jubs' of the been the experience, and many with but none have met most ; .'S M. E C. Pearce.I FLA.: . 1

Americans.v ah unfortunate grower has seen his the approval of ./rowera This is I foliage Potaak l. .s -
England,and the United States are dream of .wealth thus vanish gradually unfortunate for it robs the I cloud v

_.the home of the tub bat)!) and thu United and slowly it may be, and not business of what should be a pleasant I feet During' a recent visit, to '
States is the home the bath tub without a struggle on his part, but f.lure. but prevents getting such financial -1- great Ga, I was asked if I "Sv.nn.1 "ATLAWTICTCOAStLINEI

England taught America to bathe neverthe.s, irresistibly pass from him. returns a a well established and a frost it was that poi many could Irish potatoes .
in return America is teaching'England, we these mistakes in the universally adopted plan of almost\ ) twigs ( grown around of city were wa- ' _
..- '; how *o bathe. future? We cannot be al blindly anden kind would bring. However advantageous in f tcrythey that it almost
--J The English people. since the beginning masse endeavoring do the sam it would be to have a system dead impossible; eompl.ile good mealy. potatoes The 01 eat Through Cal Line from Florida.CONNECTIONS. '

have been cleanly in their bodies thing at 1 the same. time. One grower adopted by all .grdWeTS I "doubt "Very except those shipped from the

trait,was passed to the Ameri 'l put out a certain variety because much if any:marketing plan can be pro- made North and Welt I replied that was -
.ld.tb inheritance The daily bath isan neighbor' .done sot arid thus the I posed that wl command the approvalof there_ simply the of potash in i soil 1\\ is _._
i institnncmvrii sentiment in behalf of this oarticula all or the loyal support of an :,
England as sacred een and nothing; else. '
_n---_.._ .._ ._.'.'.__. .fa ;i ;.. ..;.,.h.... r..fd unquestioned majority. The_Exchange
tne wrnvoi naora corpus But on the Y' The farmers that flat, land
bi. pn
continent of Europe and ,in most und, sirable or unadapted to existing method i., of course the most popu in lower Georgia have been sandy the -

of the .world.the tub bath ia- a more pars conditions or results in an overro lar. Even it. .though'headed by men .. same fertilizers that the U'll I \Over its own rails to Savannah,
-, occsttmal In duction ? who have long controlled its management I up Ea's t CJe.toa
where the
aJr..or.inconveienc. The navel is the idea does hold its membership. per Georgia were using, Richmond and
a private by Wathmgtpn; not : naturally contains more potash. They T 0.. Washington, thene'v: the
familiesof wealth and California orange. The superior qua!- ftftr to its fold an increasing and
refinement twenty atrac have failed to \ the fact that to lage and ,mnHer. A little
.years ago .the boys never bathed in tty of this has won for Southern -, growers such as we mightsuppose enrod : make successful r.l\ze crops a fertlzc must careful study uce.ble your soil will soon put 'Pennsylvania R R -,. .
would be the if it could '
tubs Once week washed their variety rcolnition case and
a they be adapted to the soil wel the you in a position to fertilize not only .
throughout handle the fruit with reasonable satisfaction a
feet if they and .nd rated; -- -
Cosmetics --
perfumes In this connection the -
please. crop. it encouraging butall ether
an The tree 4S an to ;Us members, and larger and polaTo'Co.
take of fresh in orange ing .
Water a t note that the manufacturers .. 1
large Don't
7 'many countries and {there may be found early a wed as a heavy and regular' more prompt returns than they now one of< commercial fertilizers are beginning by crops guess work-however; it go is far 10 better ipucl : The Louisville & .Nashville, tia Montgomery t

; .servants to declare that frequent bath ceedingly bearer,,and high the fruit development.susceptible of ex. secure tinent in I might.b I considered ask why it Imper-does! foot to wike up to this fact; and to know what you are doing. The Irish WTlT ,

to ing th is health contrary to nature and harmful I believe this- will continue t< holt not more generally do both Is it be- next. are.a last pulling out fertilizers adapted potato requires-a. complete fertilizer, ,. The Mobile & Ohio R. via. '
I to the different vegetable and fruit containing the three R Monteoer.
place standard cause are so blinded to their element
frt Chfornia'a grower hd ,
f T traveling Enrl.hman. was the a. crops on this land. of plant foo4 )
and This or on account of prejudice ( ammnia -- -- .
apostle of ; carried trees I glad the factories putting acid and potash . however i It
i. of of the of alI Via
distinctly product Ocean
: his tub with him, wherever he wandered tli .ecion. dominating pnon.lity sky, fertilizer of this for. Sav.nnah-ad Steamship Comprny fo Hew
: theassociations out a kind .; mutt have it is to yield a big I
and has in the exchange the cop
i and whether in Farts or in Thibet he in (foreign no competitor It is market or command Or the confidence great of the farmers who could not of lne. J. Merriamm .York lhl.dellllia Bo.ton .
any country. to
F insisted on .being well tubbed at lear able at the season when an i. of growers? 'their. .,1'I, the .chemicals had not ,the .r9r.- mely'pl. Crower.rsraimg _' To 'E E t Via Stemer to New York, Washington ant

once a day. Little cared he what won- most needed; of desirable .orng, tion, to mix their fertilizer thrmselveshave S. Th. as Baltimore. ,. ,
I not attempt a further discussion I''
der and dismay he excited, what troeblesef'fls tractive, and a good keeper. and thus .hal the of marketing As heretofore been compelled to ..t.l. tm Florida.A Via Savannah and Merchant '
had in fetching water, what metho. a a ful guano, which,was improperly "
loud>< ,.hotel keepers made I is m general demand in-every th. question handled by other, ; for their soil and crop; and baance more attention i i..pai'to the pos' Company for Baltimore and..Moen".np'. '
omplaint -
in the
1- I against, they deemed a fanciful hmlet. yes.1n fruit ever home excellent quality coun.. J have, however always felt a'panjful. thlnl tained much poorer results than wduli( sibilitiei of Florida a country via Mea .blsTO > .
i the
degree of sadness when see convicton forced the
and Fifty tr. : otherwise have been the upon
unnecessary years case
c ago*the prejudice nuisace.against bathing I be i difficult to produce mor growers laboring hard the year of ter the If you should-wish-to prepare fertilizer observee-"that this land in the stat REV WEST Via Peninsular Occidental.

i amounted almost to bigotry In.. some than the market will take. we round to produce 'a' crop of fruit for potatoes yourself take--. should be farmed with profit. We bear AND ' : <

L '. parts of Europe The Englishman's can furnish, and such fruit .our W.hinc' only to be sacrificed* so far a thik oulr Nitrate of soda, 2J pounds) cottonseed every day of persons who have mad.a ''9P' Steamship Company
ton at prices w
nay.I. any adequate returns are concerned. comfortable living for five or ten year rAJINA '
L tub .was favorite object of ridicule. meal pounds] acid'le.I 5
reach of the masses throughout the He does not wh he is rightfully .ea. 6 on a Florida farm and then cleared ' '
On traveler m Roumania who1 took'a Ret ; sulphate of *") seversl l 'iI', I'' & 1 - .. ij- '. '
on two successive days to.the country the quantity we are capable of entitled to. At least! is doubtlessthe pund.: make ton pOluh thousand dollar net profit.on the '- I t LLEAUE''i'ICKETS. .. .' '-'1:, L'?.

"' bat' incredible amazement of the producing will I am confident, generally -' case with majority, of grower for a pund.. : 3 pund. operations for that length of time This ,kterchangeable mIleage tickets go od over 13,000 mile of among the principal "4

,f hotel pple..wa. dubbed '. derisively meet a ready demand. ,With an ever increasing crop to be put a meal drieu.blod; muriate of bni is the more rm.rkaMe when we con AUroad in the southern date, SI'S on sale by the principal vgeait

"The Bathes,. and under REGARDING THE VALENCIA Upon the-market with no apparent dis : .-o pounds. pl. aider that farms upon which this Through Pullman Sleeper, Port T ampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast
that title became temporary celebrity LATE. of transportationcompanies your Either of the'above -combinations of is done are very small. At first it wa meL oviaAtlantic Coast'Line a nd Southern Railway.
in Roumania.When to assist the grower in this Next materials will make similar believed that there were 'caeswberthe .
a fertilizer, Frank C Boyleston, Commercial Agen t, W D. Stark, Traveling Passenger
the Briton toured this country During the last two or three yen part of the business method, and of with no universally the although sulphate of potash ls to b farmer was operating exceptionally Agent, 138 West Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. H. M.merson '-
adopted marketingor .
the Valencia Late has made famous ana propitious circumstances.
; a { preferred somewhat to muriate for Traffic Manager, W. }. Craig, General Passenger Agent Wil-
until very recent year he carried his record for prices and has thus attracted combine among grower whereby (for tatoes and can substituted for p but some facts recently observed have 3 ,
; tub with him and would have nothing much attention from growers who after the trust idea they could in a with, muriate in the b mixture, if weakened this opinion and mmgton.. IVorth Carolina -

to do with stationary tubs. But common naturally desire to raise the most profi measure control the business this de. It will, however, increase the deired, cd the conviction that, stenghen. of 'theEat'Void Of FlotQsf

sense has prevailed' after many able Vsnety, Not only In all sections of plorable condition will continue. such. of potash slightly, but tins would-but made a financial success in Florida The climate

years and, John Bull is now laving his Southern California has this orange URGES LESS IRRIGATION.The matter These facts are almost is nearer ,perfection than that of any
healthy body comfortable
roomy been looked upon with favor but it hat with In an analysis of the Irish potato, b, mention but one of the principal one
cleanly porcelain tAbs made in America won recognition with growers north or recent dry years have demonstrated this Paul Iarey. of Berlin Germanyin Th5J6. is that farming is not carried on in a other place on earth; *) It was a fair the bath tub
txcb.nge. the Tehachapi and in Louisiana and to most orchardisti that good ; we 1.0 pounds of potatoes businesi-like way in Florida. This may
for the tub bath. Florida. Thousands and hundreds of be due ro several reasons, but the chic
I fruit may grown with less the icy will contain 3.4 pounds of nitrogen, 1.6
Once a day 11 not to often for any thousands of Valencia Late'trees have water b was formerly irrig'lin. than pounds of phosphoric acid, and B.T one probably it that the farmers of

.; .man or woma'n to bathe. During the : been set out during the last two or Less water and more .uppsed. out < pounds of potash. Florida are not busmets-like people.
\lax- every part ,of the body Excretessweat ':three 1ea., and perhaps many more not only prOdUC, a superior grade wi and The reader will, perhaps, ask what They have not had enough to contend East Coast
which dries on the skin and accumulates varieties rebudded. Many of these fruit but-lceep ttif soil in better condi- cloudy the rest of the 1.0 pounds of potatoes with, and have lapsed into the habit 01
dirt. The dirt and the dry neverbring to the orchardist a mar tion preventing/ being washed.leached is it-composed of. To this I would planting their seed and leaving the garden '

'I sweat stop the pores and make the ization of his cherished e or baked. Late((in the season after the come* answer that 750 pounds is water, 9.5 to bear fruit. Then they eat some
i body torpid'and unhealthy i they do yet we may look for .large annual increase summer's irrigation and cultivation a show pounds ash and the balance, about 280 dispose of enough to buy a meager

t not always breed diseane A daily tub in the yield of this splendid hardpan i apt to fqrm just.under the never pounds, carbon or woody fiber. auppply of food and clothing, and are

.' bing removes the scruff and scum orange. Just what the marketing top mulch'whch continues to grow is that part of a plant which Th.I. ap tti.fed Icdentaly they s.tate that
the skm, brings the blood to the sur.f suits of this will b may not be predicted less les. at this time is like. in smoke when it is and the cnnot a financiaL
face and riveS the epidermis a healthy with Market condi ly to be unti This I hardpanmay seen plant absorbs it from burned. when i It success in Florida. An instance of thebecited

f ,2. color. ) hI wter and the rubbing invigorate lions however mutt materially chang be broken..with a subsoiler run' grows. In order to capture this "
\the boy and clear the mind before any large increase in the demand ning in the center each way betweenthe pounds of carbon and convert it Int 2 There is man engaged In farm

,, for the diy's for a summer orange will be enjoyed rows. Too frequent use of this implement it is that wil hold TOO pounds ing near the city. !ne owns two pl.c

If one's physique cart stand it a cold In expressing pessimistic vew. however, is. .liable to dam'll it. pt.lo, the ammonia. es, one of which is high pine land dry
t bath is mcVst refreshing. A comfortable wih reerence to the Valencia the tree. of phosphoric acid and potash in the soil, and sandy good for orange culture and
ble and satisfactory --bath is one In some'may rive me credit for being views, and in proper and sufficient nothing else. The other is located on !
tepid waterA\ heated only just noughto unpreJudIced J have a little to fear AND SAYS TO CUL'IVAn these? and in an available condition. qu.ntit the river, with two'stresma flowing

; to .4rive awayv the chill Hot baths are overproducion as an any other There is perhaps to little importance By available I mean in such a down so steep a slope a to afford an

goo Toccaitonally to thoroughly grower J can speak with a attached t to cultivation in the production New Ih.tplanl can take it up and ah.p opportunity for irrigation A portion
.'. the'body. reasonable degree honetty. However of a. find orange. Thorough deep this the plant must.imi.t I of it is.the famous hammock land Inwhich

i The daily tubbing may be done either I may be wholly mistaken in m: and frequent cultivation will conserve soluble in w.te for in no other any vegetable may be easily
'' C'.: at night,or in the morning. It takes view of what the future may. bring the moisture and give life to the soil can a plant take its nourishment ah.p grown to perfection Another part 1 II

.' only three or four minutes of time. J trust I 1m and result in a high grade of frit Few the SOIL splendid the culture of cane,

.4' costs practicallynothing\ and is I regard the Valencia grown of us go over the ground cultivator difcult I In a commercial fertilizer the analysis melons and other fruits and vegetable IPsad
i little trouble. It ught to be a national Wile. condition the bet often en09gh Most soil, per on the sack represents the amount whch thrive on flat land With one-

.;f' h.bit.-S.nFrnc .co Bulletin. unde, all things considered a know haps all. bn by plowing and of these elements. U contain m such fourth the Irrigation one-eight of

I i : . : here orange or elsewhere the world over It once or twice of course, durinI a condition that the soil water will'r- the fertilizing this land could be made
\ a> of teTe.t has its a standard orangfor the winter.. This may be done and der them immediately available for the to produce four time a much as the

; It UTPrrwrally the cone the objecion. a as the orang a all ordinary plowing can be done. opens use of a crop. other. Which doe man farm Th thes.l Oru Orro, Pla.qpla I1se4q ,.
. ditio.ptbetectI entirely suited Ienerl>best < The hardpan formed by cultivation, i i. In the analysis of the potato given good land Not'by a long shot! Hero Csess..t Wev 5.5 Yws.1s P'5 thi ISa1iStoJ"W'IDIA1
'I ','. onrthe care fiiven depnd., Up.and these are questions markeinc. pro Broken up, the soil is mellowed and put The above you will note that potash form on .lrUggln&with the dry, worth and OX8CATKK Bit
"such into condition to absorb or was by the proportion of these Ie. after year, RITEB, UKE TTORTH
rr proves that is not the case.. Asa prevail expect-to make the culture .1 r.lnral fa largest the other leavinl
,matter of persona! -cleanlinett and of Iwi. universally profitable. irrigating water, and open up to heard three elements that we have to purchase togo to waste. am mcM Irma JoekMnflte via tb*
t the air that the oxygen. mar aid ,the found in commercial fertilizer It is, pot take the trouble to raise chickens,
a means of the teeth they In many districts where it maybe FLORIDA EAST COAST KlILTfIT.Railway.
' .. pre.ervinl of nitrification *to the our but buy what chicken and he \ *\
ihpuld be the first grown, so far,a the abud.nce of, process necessary know i Ihereore. self-evident tht other thing afford, as he does milk and eggs Every can I '
of ittreea. potash
feeding repruentthe buler.
thing' in the morning) and after each crops are concerned;the Valencia cannot , eleven day he from four
meal; but Ihe strictest attention ,will be held until there is a demand for I FfGHJJNG, THE ,f dUes, I largest element in a fertilizer for to come to tke. for two to hour
I, not insure good teeth) they are largely it at remunerative prices without ,deteriorating. T. Irish But we must con.ide slop for his barreltful of
it He
Citrus trees seem to invite the to this fertilizer pigs. deprives his farm
of If .u ceed.Inggner.tioa It loses flavor andfineness
color i t b pA
'e .mttt Inh.rian e This I. I, himself, a and hors for about
and as well the
better teeth trouble8m. a\gtor crop
t9 I of texture and thus in the the v.r at least in p.ta. districts.Growers I apple a Bye hours, w'ln to bring 10 cent
,,' must be laid one the for essential of a superior orange best b who are never bothered byany Where In order to demonstrate what worth of very inferior food. By-tak
by propetly ,raring come a f.ilure 1 comes it latest exaclY lug a few and
\ of these to be congratulated acres them in
and F\. igIh.nipg 4thq,,1 teeth ,tof the ter ibe been for are your soil requires It will nece..ry pl.nting
velvet beans and ,
# children, six maket..N with .tppi. e- a* they-are-not only source of annoyance apple to conduct a series wthrtah" and hardy For wn rf koanurnl ko.a,"K rt CsS of rUrU.romtnomUr .",Va V a,*t ,'
'o ed forage he
and but harbored will could produce with
4'.-i":, jf.*'* now .maintained that the teethdegenerate .and wberv both* California' aiJ: lower' the quality expense of fruit produced. dred phosphoric: one-fifth pl.nt.r,y of time a much bet. FlorUa' o4 CkM lalWnuuoa eMmn '

through Ilpr.per foo'imperfectly Eaer deiduou. fuil' and berrier the reliable method trees prprtIn used under the ter f ed For several year this man .x.r ABBOTT, j.f.BECBwrra, ,,7.LaUZI,
Until only
WiPeople.orang recently I wish to
;.-' .. masticated; they p greatest yield crp her ha keep the ''sea.,. d.a.s.s.
,,\- ,-n.for use and h ro, f ak frmn a and thus materially reduce the of destroying the scale 'pest was say ever really progressive farmer . from the .trYnlto he. wol farm away I az'&vQUsiJa, VLAo ,,
i' *,*>*ck' of work which they leave thestomach demand for a summer orange f. knowa fumigation. I cannot speak from experience these will conduc.such experiments to ing in doe says ,'n'v
but if i I. to credit the reports Flori not pay. -
'- to finish unless properly nour- rtty of fifteen thousand Inabit.nt.whicb one in ned. of his particula ---- ,
,1. Therefore children i I. many of them mad with great : and possibly-of the'different soil This one of many instances. itIs
give food large consumer IsI
'. 'bld' a .nl. I oi"egg. aione and people U that not
,. els the day from the sale a great many
is the people of Florida will make a
fumigation not only
C do it
plenty of chewing, and during th* winter and spring months enthu.iam. own farm. It will pay to be made larger by I properly managed. Tampa Daily
In fact with farming of and who** receipt
sure remedy. spraying We obtain'a fair idea system
_ seejthat they do it. Dentist" assert but cannot take c.r of a car of orange may however a-mater ba.i In the Times.
"that unless'children are after the Fourth at such prices distillate its advocate are not over- every of the needs of a soil for by; .they only' ,mae eondor expanding his operations. 1O 30 I S. .
t JulY ptto. sell from to
mote thoroughly cmpled would make the ... profitable sanguine ,will eventually b the universal our experience with this o aim able JYOI", but will northwest chickens lw 15'
2 the*(time i.-Dot mate.te fa ther .fo, a I,am convinced that 4 greater' demand method, for it i-laimd for It list I.nd and by the character of the It been shown moneY.trck cent each; and egg from At to these I A Chicago inventor has organizedI 2SO mile-*
dozen. cable
..counted by'generations'when the created that it i I. not only cheaper but it'killiatthesamc articles land and the growth of farming will yield splendid results in rarely JZO cent per company to project a
hu than exist be pre
iI4 tb
now may all raisers make steady profits I above the earth surface, with which
time the spider.and Florida, rate* poultry s !
vious which :
man race the crop it when irrigation la
wUl.b fo this a* Indeed we bar ree prouced upaly retired from busi I unlimited
of th are orl' . clean the '-tree' of. does ao In. the first 1 Is employed. growing and and many have he hopes to draw off an ,
the last two, ** loil syrup I
"lc. a ofa comfortable little from the ether.
I rap yea"I Th. ness posseted of electricity
"tet to'fruit; From read amount
for want ot use. d.s damage a paper most in boiling -a* a side line-yield excellent
,'-, Itnr.tnl will a ..eal'd doabt hf..that tb before Ihe Sixth'Annual' Institute of castes-,', produces pt.i results, and cattle and, hog beraised :fortune, ,,..Her where it a bard to I This will be about the tallest lightning .
may I
diarde..tomch enormous
[,. i Ineru Tn. ge chicken nearly all the year rod that ever happened. -
I teeth which Inproduction we must look forTfce Farmer Clubs .it Santa An'ecem.lI of |op-we may'assume that i for market_ W I .
removed by the use, of the 18. by The a* is with particularly, Il.o proft round,'and where they,bring from Lady (lptrviewing"colemai4O'i
/ fo Valencia not a heavy C C Cp-n I P. fairly well-supplied amoi I Icmolayecl *
J. l wh ba 8O, each and wh4re shipped I .
'ar'0 m.1 phpzafonlPure: mnriatie Mt the tree I* fully .ooa i b.reNr I cfe ,/ ; lea, I the cat's are light or'the a* fo ? f to cent* dozen I"Why did you. leave your last placer',
_ t oAe'oniicej'w": '*'.'one .oun boae7, clin d tot produce a good "'onl" F"lt i--.p.i i .i t.Nin . maturing the land needs phocphorieacid .There';I JI otb.branch of'farm. egg are sold for 8Oicent* per in, I Housemaid '"Because the master kissI -

&. two-ouncflsj., l3r,on11( IIUyo. )Vhnrth. heavy'cop crop* men-make a bab1 team; two No. ,, 'If f the stalk of grain-is .el'' or big whichconld_ profitable In could not at mart make. 'some money I el me'unun.' La4-"Andou) dldnt -*

i' andi, tba/wthliutD, are'.apl-ente by th.. Urge baseball Cessna .skeJa; teb; 'one .- i scattering and _ter \Ford and to which little attention the poultry busbies? *
-. : u c l snuai Eaq match make, 'a' re1 ad :thr.e nre* : lcn&Ml. all growth we paid That i I. the raising of pultr. If the matter1 Is properly Investigat mind K mum but4h mistress'didntlik "_ _
2 jQ.tb. J .1 I.peetedxr1 maa" rr'understood! generallyJwipe Oi$4) town that. has Q gne. % that' inch' 'land* 'need for t There a Ii .44twill 1* seen that the reason fa' I

4f '.a, rule de .."I! .that. i costs' more .a nmme*> waterworks. .has- ,(verythlng,,not? . orniftIngngej&iL', ,i.K.eek who nets, 1ngii4not msd o,pay jn, Florida I lt.'s-Larks. .: r
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