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: February 20, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00060
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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!i.: .1' I 1\\ Germany l| <*t tbet bottomof' / the re : : I I with 'the seeding"aoL' preferably'".T.I.t.a 'few week V\ ;;WAH"M 'fVW'FertilizerDepftrtr\ J. ,A 'A .. '. . | IJsd 'ItNifalid ibis ease with wheh ''World''W"rtr,lot'ebrary has its "

$ ; ..5b 1 : fusel of the Danish:Parliament" .to .1 TlESTATE" before, : year aw isarteri 'tiiin 1>s3>..-. SjtB[ j.tittes.e ''hVneVto usuaL varied table of oeatteats. "
St. ,Thomas to ut.. From tH!t1 t6'lOIytOUbdJOf 'nit" [ w invfted by tb ... the e' Miost f the disthe rwIrgr.,,; the. most interesting. .1wfcvytt
q. 1jcS ; iPAMEN I'' ,"Germany according to th. 'story, .rate''of soda per acre may be added; twill State';.l mfcer Company'of PeaaaMla 'Is.i one,.of the:.most; s I iMiievdaTrin ..WorkGjrowtag'Ca; am. ,
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i'b ; ;p ; wisher-somer day 4 within her DILl -S.- 5 ,rId Editedby -' ii.i b '
S bund"re and with the cambia'''.-Florida and. Baldwisicounty. i. eaS4 t Prevention of Physical 1.
mo* ? *
.'. 7' .) 1 'IJ'J '- ".'.,. fol1c in order to titilUe the wide space it ,:' K. f>.. F44jiTxa.Jicxsonvn.ija, Fti.t.'| .Alabama for die purpose of to' y.tMMtiel and.'MaineM-llhe maim There are. several page of Book JU ; ;

S j ;J ; -- 1'JUJf"U BE'o iis.j :&- American:water b1 Iht. ofSboma. ; will tAl"JIa be necessary. )Q.fant a. r.arrtc rfuL-and grow- 4.: 5trwi'1ce . ." .w w T Iccting.a site and, 'insisting in' plenoing a-complex I book":a<.int being kept *View as usual,,:.extremely _I *M>"eU '
Jti..et'W
: ::. '. THIirOS THAT WILL :E.OPIJ.Camsa er. t. .. .t.++ + 5+' a !large c.Ml? ranch .where thq. possi 1 with every; crop grown .".lot of' next to readwtg a good book is t Vra4a '
E. in an '
": ,'nt B 'Wbateverheoutome of.i oNe"- ,, r. '70JJLS;. I: Clay be peas among, 'tile the rankett order 'named rowel'L appearto The . -' -- --v .. .- bilities of this busines under modern 'malt fed,, .-Some-of the'results are tin- aocui review,of it 7Elabt..ea ": -7 ., .
rtelan'afTair hat Germany m"Jael condition could tertsting, are dev te1t '
_; may b..ue past-seasonI *rw the1 Wonderful with be demonstrated abowiq.the cost 'antS t. Aoug-
\; S :tm fJttle ThiavaraTk. Hew I wtfclav will not cease he effort tostrengthen aa. Bavkaklr* H.g.-A e".Uent resulta. With single stalksIkrecr '.The Angora goat'aa -a manufacturer a large scale '-' ._.," -- common.crops ss determined *y ihe Lhe World'., , lv..J
\ her Jiold. commercially and Om. .. Last week we .spent several days record- j aaJ Worktraalltt .
. .A"I MTTaaurmIt ,0. a .T.0; feet''apart icuthe dpill, they covered oJ.'fertHKtr-I1"' (topic I on "
S T. otherwistf upon'the* jj covered S space to "
.' . ,, I.n b .O'.t the ground to a sufficient extent clo the tame property and propose lo give l.of Somevof thaylelds recorded are's
* pot recalljjiaving icert
touched
:. !. S the Monroe doctrine.Among.'lhe f' to' completeJy.-xmolher'lbE..CTatgrjus, .upon.; Inth.is.inerou., 'interesting our reader th..benefit of.. few observation *! Rice -30' bushel per acret late* how the hand* iII a factory Mfwck./ '
S S The
S ,I" w.. Aiii.t, :. . brqad'fntorpre.tfn'oft'ne .. and also climbed the corn stalks to aeon.lderable Contributions to., Angora literatureI .-in- which we believe they will vloe hay,'.a ,i-j ton per' acre; beggarweed form employer suggested' that the-Union
1' T and
Monroe doctrine Caiiaavaa4 B.rkiMr.H.g. company do the work them.
S ,: wt'b man re r extent. Tlvy appeared to have.read in"the "Amerfcio be interested. f hsy'single'cuttjng, ,; i..-atot'iicasiava ; '
,'r. many of Hon. AngoralAil telve. 'It was doqe And the result has
by the The '
\ a4 ranch j Js inch in more'tha -lej toils. -
Being out"v.lu.ble than area ;
WCk'.1 membr "subscriber. yield betted tIMe| jedjaeit rbiaof.
Stockman,!
4 To'
."5'-, now Ban-have wanting them.a JreeDlu.jwill.furhiah of plants qC.r t,. :That paper'and interested' ,Jf the Raising of .h.II"the di.t.IJC..an4 Jhft ur feet p an Aih>e tant fit',..."..1 my'o".d..l; notion, /1ed it to i is' I in method... ,It i..i., reality ,a: large,1 'The actual cot per.aqrelof growing teen now very $*tiSfCCtOt7r hut the which men' are .' ',
the piece. the
S body I working-by
the ',f f, to'a addrcM'bya good stock, sugar cane and cessavaI distanceJiad been given. I believe .that grow in almost \ stock farm the largest in actual operation the principal crop. ;of Isstyear was Union
more to geometrical .generally '
condemn r'
S b.t representative of the Navel to send in few they would have'yielded"1still-betted' : east of the-Missisrppfc* It-is four ai follows' Rick, $9.98 ; [l.Dd they'
in a very hot room sometimes venture a . lines to my ; M-ogreitTon the tapping of ; cowpea,, $7.61; are thirteen hours '
process in
Leagueurging formation of working a day *
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t- ( th aCanadian feliow-readera. they were "t:11 fertilised. These pea farming.rontinuea. I and one-half mile rom Mutcogee, Es. velvetj-be.n.' $6.94; .,sweet stead '
4 J .lf"' Toe'dry-atmoaphererend lightly the branch'' the' leale. and .1 am growing Un acrca of cassava f for boar&iir purposes i.rel''usuaJIv ''left ofsoil.f It wall t9 not develop.cxhaualion be cambia county 'tod-coniistt of 1.1s.- $ .>/ bcgagrweed hay, $7.88 cassavi; industrieshave o eight Another failed shows In. thatmany '
Tiara California
syringed occas manv
_ I S ionally.a ** . suggesting tn\)it siiihtorntimeb. this ,season, which I have pary'pl.nt much toothick., .:JiSiiU to ..lshtajuart.per .I )efor "t6mebne' will 'discovertjsIsbaadon.d .t the acre*, enclosed and." divided bj thirty $14.1 IK':corn $ ,,;,tugar cane,,J27.H; owing to. the.high .wages'paid to: S
useful against the : I It ed. .M is acre in sevenfootdrill* wijl be mile of r wire fence. The land i i. Mexican clover bay $ ,
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i Some tk1kJ require fibre'Jieaf than Mr. tnlted.St.teL object to -... -* .iwtg all confined typical ii. help.. Amnosigthem. are the ,silk,, perumery -', '
S ,others eki.llywhen' growing' and ; .err.nct a c.mbl. fee4 one hundred' ofmy.JinB $ .receiv'ncoe..debl.,'wter. PJ.nts the movement, : hog, t have ri.efrom-ane to four whip I .(or bearing'a l far JCM'aiKMnrabandoned' tarpisJNcwng- clay sub-toil from one to two fect farm economics, in few comparison ."ted the 'successfuL development bt(
Monroe doctrine is there to .
beweeded.
pro- every found it Uiantitywin Plant about .. down There* are numerous springsand *J&I the yield and Coat of producing some dike
cool .cre hae t I ajsd.,.J.-belp.4..sbandon. same Industries in Florida.,
"" Practj orm.OlJ.b.lp fact and ,the AmeriCans-are too be the t the 151k of Majr. FfPnrSiuuuB 10-35.* one m1.elfwel1t small| I In th ficthfey-near some 0'' '
and beat feed I streams .tbeMl-Crop.,<*CDmpare'Voi-n '
We.'will.quote.onq short Item; ,
ut. b.v I foresee tlntita ton-
7-
1 che.p.t
: year .go,1
pOuLdslot )
'! mad logical to .undertake any .such cafhipugn. cteo gree>ivpMvfo( cHeatily Which magnolia, and Ire and and l the '
1 Doift ( bring a few. apple ner'Jw both hog .nc' cattle. ( I ditioht'tot the-west if the improvident bay holly the cassava ; -Mexican clover, 'Jt' ,,-of..n ..tbe.littleunbeard.ot, ; S
,
S J But it such a campaignwere The smaller
even begrownper
mitch icre predominating growth, from \which (so-called Pusley.! of West Florida things that '
cows. )), are the reduc-
tree branche* indafi-ia I'rnmi.hatfr.rnerj I making great ,
J ) Febra. or and England did not the pruce quantity) aoboo pu dsw41'tha.W.i '". IIteil g retat- fact the name "Magnolia Hill Ranch" I .Kotice-jthat.it .** '
: p.ible. finest flavored and eotts t approximately ibna in manufacturfnor coat maid A
March and bt. water < bet clo with and broomcorn as
'h f' put come would .still;:baoothingtg Itt air and tore in the vine about 4iJ ing. oats and sorgliuijvapJ '" '-
"S where they not freeze. 4.ia..ua ter and milk'l stan ever.:teen;-ua& worth- 'bI i r6gert 'When 4he. viate I ,timothy. "Theaeeropr and was appropriately adopted.;' : mucn to grow corn's cassava andonly latent lawyer ;recently, nl-tLi* ., ,5
Gt banch. .( naizyroth.
ftlr. the Thew'timber from thi tract and a little more than half'' much workman
as morning a manufacturer
to ,a
,
es with plump buds,' and .i..e turned down aft I their kind are "the that kills.r'tDundDnEDt'thEec.Tariw.1th'. pro ;
. ers and oivthaHherside of the .t1nortlerD.'corn. are r. maturity saidupes' pace
." branches th.beter i will think ten of thousands of acres surrounding duce the soil-improving beggarweed..asthe and'I settled-the matter of'two little '
; bl ' ( vThey soon Uric, nd..UnU6Sgmisj% >otwb.i ,4- .. ..bending." nxiuhmojieout ,(.tf-win7T- .Uaia 11....a at oheritort and a'evtrtl the long'since disappeared *'to swell 'the soil..xbausting, 'pualey"'-.'.nd th"-1 wheaU-that the{workman had Invented ,
m' r fellow as tome thinlt. This of the State Jor feed when crop ichq\ tenants 91It volume of Pensacola'a exports 'At the greatly,increased.acr.age of lW for an automatic machine he had work' ,
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Or dying ia.eo on a plant are .nd in. VehezufclaTalfsignify liay4ia{ f.rft -;. starving themaclyei',' and their stock-In crops
a neeC| .mbr.n...'.nd.ahould b pasing.events.that the-Monroe-doctrine'is c..Y.b\ substituted; so cheaply, trig to be economically' fed alone. Con thee.lele.vor'to live'off the corn and time of our first visit the country for on the' ranch for next year i ieaatly drover In the'' employer's shop* No>J' v,
'o can. be grown on wbrtrwndonttonhteoul4"ya1sb mile. around presented the forlorn api, understood. ,- "ire"will.ever hear of it.,bitt the little '
a*
rmoved ar'e.troe" .Of. tuerely i United States doctrine, bat poorest of -our dry .endy1.oil. with squt..dy'-abuuldiWntts.CwItti-- ( .on pearanee 'left)in the wake of the Florida Mr. P. K. Yonge. the manager of the contrivance-will save the maufacturer
are .Impl simiUr ia : ,. Sbetween
lay If" i near' lta
he. or-J ; miners I \ te p" 'f all;and 'end ff the leaf Amefiean, doctrine* .zt.ndinga1I4htwrfrombencfrthftfl shot of' -GreenlatunerCapa' -' vtrx;;little;expense.,' I ,hwfraotUOiityear part., or jthe timothy"ina* l e mixed it'wai, rich new valley land, .and they umberman.: 'VUt 'Stretche 'of; sandy company cxpreaaei the greatest confi forty and fifty thousand dollar

.functions* s*. a i rule 4t some Horn fronr GreentanslcrountaiR. ,..that .welghet,_ ''elv ._pound} with the pea vine in the proportion of, had 'no, found out why their couldn't soiW protectelV Irom' the ana' only*,by dence in the fuuirer ot.the. business. A I 'year, 'and-tie working-man "won'ths'rq .
S Irre \ temperI : seven .month <. and ,I ''R""li'll.--.' ** T'satsafras bought tile farm'wRKTa: of ere and dry wiregrass, and thickly few of his suggestion, based on the ,to mind the machine eitht/, ,,iv
growth
1 I, :> r.tQdi\.J< ; orJmprop- / ,to* Tier/v Fuego.rLbjg \ *-: believe by cooking, the ptne.! ;b i, '. Shredded corn fodder- (the entire pest nearly all over *it and strewn by .the. half-decayed tree tops actual experience gained "may be, summed TrVMama'TUs-Si n4Low.
[ ature J. '
I *o.: WTinietfcVnianj: : : cr4a.ed,15 perent ) bU"u .nd blackened stumps of the.vanished up for our'eader.1( Newipa'jrrcadera-Jiave
\ : . g Oa .11 p!, tAtt, J ''y'lo'iPrn .h .wieA.1 ....tlM.Jirat crop ,Leaoff : late'Iy.'beeh'regaled
. Ligbf>.rKl airVar ..0; 'great 1mpOrtAnccHplanta r have pow forty-two .h ,Ifeu or ;.- gave out that no more wheat{ or cotton orests., Land which possessed nc The ?native, crossed wit!, blooded with"h' story' of a Texas, rid

should both everrjdsy S .... .. f Cfetirmiag.* Berkshire hOI.,tad can,b.ur anyone Tysoavin: Industfjal. .Record. would be raised sad corn only, when market value,.which -was looked upon stock will produce' beef,.animals in the who made a brilliant -strike" .cali""" ..
** desiring to it !*.. b ty owner and travelers as waste andy first generation .The'native yearlings ,
.5 Of-toorse; h"1 to 'Ip 'In the separatingof cream from milk them.tht very ; tI..etlln.woulcireel!to tow cowpeas I wIth' balloon', some'pecan tree from
posed they, are .placed where a ..vessel .'of sufficient size should safe venture, aa nnea 10.I'on, : .6 %*ltPmfl2'f9*' 4 Irt.TUyint; !."* My teaiant nearly ..11pv. > native a* useless except aa a doubt. I average about? ISO pounds, weight,the I oo to ipt feet high.and gathering pecans

_I.S wilj b)had abundantly each day; but provided t hold all ol.tbe"ee.m b from disease But J. ho tay that I "I iTh# Orlando Star'rult> t.. aibl* of .' out ia. Telorn ttnl' they; would ful meant Of furnishing the few wanderng first Cross yearlings nowOO. '' the, ranch which were otherwise ill.ac e..i t

thIs'Iigt, b*. dittributed equita. sired for one. churning By this they can b allowed to range lo themselves the eTsnrff crop*ottheSt'fbr ,the move o..I 'let them"go, and turned "piney wood scrubs' with a .pre-I goto 400 pounds. -. :This improbable story .illustrates In.an .

bly. .*is accomplished, turnlnjr *V uniform development of mchl.t , do not believe- thee I..yof pa.t i t.i8 years and. toncludeawith, l ;hetOIiowtncommcot. out the exhausted-field, with their 4enTIK ., canons living. Tile native calves average about 30 emphatic' manner the difference between .
t / the )plants_aud, .elp.lnl.sbem tbbeUcht.on lake 'place through the whole nuea the. improved breeds 'that will do ''t.' >'** -,:.* -cTOp of lautfrar and. Tenced oft Such was the eo'natry three year ago : pounds,'.when 'dropped; the' ,average for 'Texas and Florida pecans,' be-i'1' '

,, $ sidei1 tod' will 'also lessen the lost in the well Nor do I believe it I profitable It .will laebs y' tI1.dll-ten r,. Mxit4ocreto4' into- ''pasture.I hit spring. Convinced that the days-of the cross it 57 pounds" MPatpalum ween'.'mere gathering of a-wild tnur-f1 ,

/B !t.4ew Iperions realise we a--.mslarnounf buttermilk which "al.Hy' follows the thing to do, a* the losses 10 great.I from- 1884 to 1804'the crop increased Then"I went 19 "KamaCity: andboubt"Ubiiih' her-lumberman.in the long-leafed pin 'I takes"naturally to ; soil, tang product"and systematic-highly" '
ofSoil 1i '. 'dif. I I have&ll of inv stock in a flteen.ar. belt were numbered and that hundreds ailypropagated-makes i good bay ,
- mixing; of. several( cream of from 6odboo ta 6ooo.btx; boVes'' In'one Ol 1OJ Angora 'goat sdentifienut culture. The tree in.
-1 .4.ihow inadequate the nourishment 01 the iiiclosure, and fe d caastva i 9f>f thousands of acres of deforested I and superior permanent pastures. De'smodiuii -
plant ferent. degre. acidity. Upon rear fe> "tthe, ree* }*dropped t? and incidentally joined the association. Texas area part of the natural (forest,
tnust frequently be Food Of"om addition of any cream to the .e..el It it l hits; and hope to male It last; the ttooo bone and not until the year That wa aTyear and a_ half ago. Nowhere and 1I1U.t.Ii. waste till some one with bcggtrweed) is the best bay C'nd., 'wing in rich altuvials densely ,: S

S 5 11'IIu' ,b.ocon.l.dd\ to should be thoroughly mixed wltl tlt round next time my- crop comes 1809 did it approach to about'one-half is n6'sasfiafrasid i those' fields;, merest at stake and capita] for expert- crop. Cassava. the best fattening material. covering the ground tile I! ).run far up

th 11.& i ''n aid.already present; __ _j rear what.rtw, |'II"< | 84. Tafqr.sr' i i..wa35q.ooq .t the blue grass that IWiwed is aliowniKtup lent demonstrated'profitable use to .' Rice I. the 1 best' grain a.dmake.lh. making a lot of excellent straight lum:1 s
growth.a) lew drops of also raising u.r'c.ne. I am which these lands coul4 be'' put'the cheapest (train" ration.for allclasset' '
-, addition of' from -a to bvxei.and increase jloT the t.J for a proinisinsrtand. 'Hiav* 'tJaillI.nd I ter. but bearing only crest of nut at
to wa U.u.lyh trying to get In 'went ;. tea- rtarequlv.'ent' Officers of,the comp.n7 owning of stock.
aer. about of
:
flavored milk ollowirig- ou'b1Cd"t1i nefer fEd'lny goats the summit. It 'is 'sometimes much
I, t .hbl..mloni.frluentI1'adde %i per god tour years a
t4- thoroughly cenL mixed with cream,' at least son. I am planting nearly al red cane t.tior4Ji-the A....4rrw ft "NIIC -.t.a.bel.poorav tttid so lar-this witor decided to undertake Itt rational The beat grade'male f lor; crossTgare .* a man's fife- I. worth to clamber into '

t in woAd athe. on bone mtal .omq 14 hours- before It''I. desired to churn, as r find it it more ha hardy easier to W p. Fuller, who $ft t it claimed i I. the they have not had a mouthful. exept systematic agricultural' development, greatly ..inferior-.,full-blood *t hose dizzy,height,and accident*, oftenh.ppeD.
h.n.n. a* no stickers, and It Influenced chiefly'by' the experiments even four timet the colt the business *
;
be.ctepteblc.S
time : cleaned
I and the temperature brought up tof at best, postc.lnisnon 'tile. statistics pfbrange' the browse they have (ofherhs'elre' . .
e. 'b.rp.ble.-Mn'I' S 4 deCle p..ile. green variety do.. I.m going toplant had the drouth of lastummerthrre"toouldljt them ilL .1 have not had a goat die arutur'at lent-Station, and by personal inspeoioiTol full-blood malts .procurable.- Supplying " .
.. to se'iot.beenjor of them are that is..des- .
{ (i,-1 ,, ii i, t. "_.S i i i iI I I some Jhe,} Jap.ne.e.varid1 this lost conditions at ';Lke,Clty.they theylemand for such animals by Florida- many pops "
been It.Teart dealHTand have ''only three, "
'k slight coagulation and a >*ve t'tute.of' living kernels; snd 'w cover-
place -
L' 4 -Oaaw Uttla TVIIt t.ke season for the first time; I have head decided that modern scientific cattle grown, acclimated animal* will be s
f silky or mirror-like appearancj Is present I X,5ooooo} boxes thitpait.y. i..tend which got burt by falling'/;I hay> sold their deficiencies as "muchat possible
r would ,be great' point if the fact .will.usually'' Increase the ''ease of I Ichurninir. &Daytoiia.much in I. ,fvor.-I Farm' and Spaulding Fruit. of 7jooooso| wwwLhina.unutWll..DJ' ,enough f a that mjt.investment has' paid aiaing should 'form the basis' and S nucleus leading bu.lne.01.the, 'ranch in;the they'are polished, The price of Jumbos -,, '

_I ,were jeneraflyrecegniz.d-that( disease .- The .temperAture' should be Grower., IlL S curt to damage thrtrrw or frnlts-from I nf tiet 14'tin cent in cash betide l>aviiiR It .of' their endeavors.from the'starthat near. iuture.-Florida s---: Agriculturist.7La ,_ _,, is about, to 1-4 cents; large, p cents;,, '

ilmainly, due. ter transgressions that lowered to that point where butter wil S ,' i > i I i "i.. i this lime pnwtrdr 'pIt. increase dn the I 130; out of the original |oa goat was recognized of animal ...j tJa. 4 r IWI. medium to small 8 ,'a cents. '. . '
; -S health Ii.nOrmal condition; that.siJk'nettTb 'lather''In1' I from three-fourths to' I _A Oreem Crep all fjauaiaaer,' crop Nil? go forward in'' leaps' and still 'on ha'ndwith' 'Toodf prospect the mere ranging even In Mr.''Riuford's depVnment of'th On the other hand, Florida' $p>cant"'
-r: oFGod only He hu soaran : bounds and the ..pessimist avho. aretne tfJid "'*' 0< .arch when. under control inside fences and distinctive'and' markings'
: lour4 Tb cburnlnl temperature mayl If corn be planted in drills seven feet ft'23P .JSPth..*. ;, with to Improved could January number of Home and Flowers have pretty .
;ed> 'thing, that penalty follow dis-, 11 extree c.te. b high at' 6 to ; apart as early in the season a good that we will nevet have ar.ti.ooo.ooo et< J i f" i'H.'i t aeeci accomplish the ultimate pastures end ia we find under the above'heading the black serpentine stripes and Inky i ot.tlings -

'obdi" -'whether. more" I .or-phy-' degrees. '" Hand can b procured ((or this.climate againwill have to fitcurt kin the siiua- _JJow to.lhc polntL.My., goal .:.come view.ever ,' the supplying, of first- (following!: ,.which, the popular Instinct no

'S S d ..& .T f" Great car...hold b taken not'to about the frt of April), and from tin I lion cllhert a red .spider dry- spell"everyd *'" up regulary| %every, night, and.when the lass finished namely beef for the best market Here i i. -delightfully tantalising let' leap than, our artistic perception preer -' '

1 ..'' child I. alowe to'go to hoI in overload "the- chum Never fill 'it week to.' months thereafter cow- m..er. 0.'&<*. &&*& door1h opened pata throngh and are herefore, believing that 'all flesh i* ter from the land of roses and sunshine not to polish away. Growing in: '

J ,bad weather .feet not over actual "capacity, peas re drilled midway between the n. ...' --_. _. _- ------_. I counted .rurcorraL. When they the- proceeded 'on I feel.ure- thatv all our:, readers vwiil Odr'lOil.'of moderate fertility. they do- .
_ I'' ;. t.cte&n4 --to sit With wet and chilled or onolal' T this* to onerhird corn rows and both well-cultivated until H( : ; : go Out in the morning, the ISO goats Ihe'grass ba> iof management' and fattening, unite with me in thanking Jeannette. pot h...' that tendency of ,the Texas,
Jest through the .e..ion.It U not lobe the '. I' r1_ .pr c& it *'br.aJ. and half of well ,feeding Campbell (San Jose. California) for it, into .rank
l In extreme wil greatly become too large to work v have left me a b irel a and farm and wild-nut'to' ", rust aicoare,
\. ,, looked on ,** ,of Gotb.t'\h"a, facilitate the jue. , butter. fall.p. of corn and very nearly a I Thie.article, taken)(from the' UatisI ground/*lamrfioniated browse for* fer Farm building but 'crop scale and,tender her.a,, most hearty,'rovitji- hell without kernel A"," among,
iul arm on a torn.menaurate -
lJ. "child'*ithersicken. oriea ,, When the to-calicd swelling of cream crop of pea can be vi I Lake .Region. I it sba-tfull 0(. sterling tilization' purposes,7 I't don't know the management thebusinessntended tion to come again, and often Florida'pecans i I. a rarity.. -
_ ) tm.tb '. life-long -u I takes the additlorrtrt aalfto the The following ia Irow.." from I truth and|.epe.to be-kept.Jrora the analysis of this product but should pre- ,to the.site of "IaUhisVland-of flower alld:almost But the decisive criterion\ is' tbe

:.J A growlng girl,, ,when the .weather .crtam pJ.cc.may decrease the bulk and allow Bulletin No. TO issued in iOAT by the I stock,raiser* of'our county'who;: will .,ume it would be amply supplied withtotasli are the Hill.distinguishing'* featurest perpetual sunshine there seems at f rat price. 'In a Jot of ungraded Texa* pe' "-

e. 'off'-to t-sth.ool without w.terro&.erirnluc14at.ihe'risko1 butter. The probable reason' of' ,ti. Station! 'The value of. two successive I"Waal. wouteS ,the agriculturalinterest1 ,learn hcTwever.,that it starts alfalfa contributory toward the plan theanch changes of the' *et on$ at.they !are cached the-extraordinary' .length pf
** / *itthrough"1 of cotn without I of the great West be were it not dopted shout four mile from known' to dweller n'the'eatdrn '.nd '
trouble 'wat the hard condition of the crop. cowpeas Iwn'ln and,clover'' *in' the -right- direction.-- -In > -inches were dubbecV'estra.umboa":
:". h. ettiort with ..awefdrettabout brought about'by the --cow being them was $41.10. while the value two.succeisivL 'for,their corn and wheat cropsT And wssing.would like to say thatI! and proper on the enclosed'railroad a devoted section middle states. 'Two eeasoni only standout ,and sold for ao tOSS cent a ooandin! .. .
fat of f and .
S Every mother ahouk] of plus the valueof who will --deny:.tbattherc .Ta be 640 acres was markedly, characterized by' BretHarteat .
her..nkle. in milk. -Cresun being at low temperature cro. corn I yet sj' resmni&Iy'manyotheri, would glad New_-Yorlu But .of .the pecan
.one
' hO" only set to'it that her child I I. pro- .'with, undue a crop cwpu._town in the first ,crop oi':.tr. FJoddc.Jand.1.1 *rPor of anioney a.heaf (rota,Mr, .Gto .V.. Thompson xclusively.. to production of hay -'HalfaytMur.'ofclowds' and of ,Florida, to our' personalknowIedehslitUally
against>exposure. 4tt" p..ibl.n $ -.- ,.- tndas. ( and fattening material, to be used a* flowers,, half a of.dust'.and. jk,. grower
"r >r ef amount In the Crop was ; trip { *ure a crop as 'he braome other authority through the year sells a certain vaety %,', .
'
_ _S trairtihex lookjsm of..kimmik 4san increase the of the North-end West sad flni.hing/.t.tion/ 'and home for ant- This however;.!i. -genersliiation., fort
c
aggregate I crops '
process, _- rendering! the I 0 great "Atigora (nd Stockman,? a* tooba.anialyaia only tw -thi'd. as large. tbe, .:
for httrsclf in this\ respect very poor in fat and the lack of f I value of both corn crops of 64 per the cotton croji 01( the south)' .We have vl-thi* -Compared .with other malt not Intendedfor, pasturing Both heP cloud* -are', fleetlngrnd luC polishing or prepara-y: .
I V, TaielHIw i n 11 if I'f' .leeoi%grqwlns; cream deveLopment' acid. -W: E. I cent to say:nothing the 'improve talked with : a 'great many'men''wnowere I criliiera. commercial and domestic. I omains. are under the same manage, blue sky ..looke;down* :oui\ vtsr"green xaswith6ut any .. It
UinWKPa rk>-fficiently-apprecUted.. Grfth. of .the .0 resulted trom. in the habit .to' I ( mont and are'operated as pant of one forest and,laden or a r".I1.tllI'buRbtbe tion; for*SO cents a pound. istrueMJwjr ": .
we arc say
sorry I '
{ Jl' to
\ --Stieh special 1 .eed, U involved in the1 11. eCrnel, University; :: growing the ; nd i had beengrown of complaining of hard times and .. I remember that-barrel my father(flour wasglad barrel), for .yttem.--" : ' ' : :. '_ rainws, dusty"moiUln..-.'put aside 'that th'e1 large tofl-shelled Louisiana p.>. 'C"
$ '
p.
\ S ; .. the 'irtowMg :I. in connection the second yet we have not found one who would pay i per' barrel t The first crops"were' planted In the from wet and dry'spriag,. summetj fall ans'lire -olten *old ,for seed purpo'o"'for

& ,tf.c'o.r >erio u 01| tchool,life.( .f -C:_" 5 crop of corn the of gain th-fcthaftoi.re, acre,the'sure poultry.har&wood.droppings..abe..114.$40ton 90 cent per for spring of row and th.'Ir.t stock con and '.winter have their characteristic $r a.: pound; but these Florida are'
.t ntalpres.ire would doubtless ,prcentae. much for ..tin '01 about head of, ordinary featiiresand the California*garden revel rdered by gourmets"for table purposes. -,
: twiitsworryad.fret.* jn floral 'peecrtiriesfrm; - returns from cassava are'much above 700 : very
i ; "
\ and multiduinou excitehten. el/o .. greater,. ,, : h guano for his Connecticut' valley tobmco.larm I nativesincluding about', '0400 1a'th *delights .of ..leIIOtIableco iNo> .ar1ety'from this( Floridarchard .
the' returna ftJ eteM
.' ,I. : Under; such condition. more hours ol"TSPare'neces.ary plant I. better adapted to ,.Thc question here arisen -"It I better Iheboutri.. .,. lvtp! set! w11"ll' a bo'If1' breeding cows were secured'the tameeaaon. -.quite as vamly\and with (more .it evef.told, for less than aoehts
0 S' 1 beeaase; 1 our climate than 'the Canna and noth the corn in ol' a.e.tban-\i.4. .ha Wit | )du el by goes itowtfxjj.iftatelr .', With' thWfl'e'J placed 16 prodigality than her eastern sisters Her for table purposetr and 1rom.that '
; nsuchjof had \
plan *
: t ordinar'drl. not ft o \i 3
fobage, baye p > of
t., .the.sltep. is .nQtprotlund'; The') ra1ntbe. ingexcelthem; for"be.ut\ful\ "r fOlr to fn feet .nt'.upertelll aal titt'there'Wul any "koVal. l..that' I grade Hereford bulls brought 'from'exas. pred e ion.how..", i Jel for %', greea Ujl to'' 50,'at above stattd.I .
of
as the abundance .pr he poultry,rooit and; allowing for a ' ." garb during tha entire I thin, ''photatW'aoil1 -'
of f
;, .ftetre ,- e wel d.uhn. broadclt.t working labor connected with ralslng.cassava :V "* ,- yea-'snpoar- Inour' comparatively.
: and
; 'f r .,'f.I h roe.' .! V- [> so many .h.dl the corn. or plant the corn and peal'i. mere there i I. in' raising cornI1tb ; ower price on all fertilizer thanthat1; jThe'entire ranch I II'divided Into four! ent anonoton/of taateatoned/ ":1.b* the nuts'as In' the< ea e'ofellcultivated'oranges
/ nations.: .in rather Ilw.I.e'; drills s.for.eeidT' than .prevailing "twenly-fiye ,or thirty -year endlea variety'. lit ihadfc/aod'tt54urc." <
alternate incline
l' 1 nothing' like sleep te> :1'antc a* Teat-'fif-lds, each of which nay-he devoted < ,, toJBHhe'shells

and water no more,'labor'tetter: mbhry return .. ,
; himself. .il I citimate..that' Jny ISO goats< and Oriental wealth
S j The
.nd nothing' like lck 'Profmsor-Massey .gq. 'eItherpasture oscultivation.and an ( full almost to bursting.: ;,
Clpe.e. wb> istftliatth.csa tq '
", '; liouaahold-ihey-wUl grow. and cheaperlands. uakVWe? f besides'cjerlug -, "
< night
\ 10.IPidly. $ ev r/ t
t4'\r0 I garniture. has'smooth ma'oIly, '
A child
.; d It e it tb-hirrm.1. They will bloom and grow theohe" Jnlel' ava crc should not be fib tu| imdefbrusli DaytimeThey U iiipplied with :excellent.running ) "JI'W'eIUOI.rtd meat it,fat, it , '
l"ri "
f t&Srkeiwo'$ : rel.tve dri.at follows; cord an4 l I'll trfllHnoliTTbei \ W .ate ': \\ ;'hrOUllhlthe' $ texture, a btandness of flavor, and astyle
A .i'ul.I..lot t.clh but neW reach; > pfrfectM>n tin. > all my in'tows what the ) whc t never oger"' on me when the, are ? she hat been resplendent '
o when' it has ll.m peat bean I ft another that prosh'ttthe ranch b ,dqu i. and aroma which afford Jthe eptA ,
: ftfilthcy liavf plenty p velvet crop notwatched by m.elf'or a foreman, .The. hue 'nt
warIat and rapidly ototnj4he : vofvt>romegrante: passion.floweffgeraniuna. S
oS S.i \ sleep enough.1'tbiiefld_ . I should al!; RIWn.onleed'.Dd th....1. I I. the beat plafTata might be atyvaluablentqjW\ J,rar-) .pi Hdd they iD'Supda'.a4aJI without era is by'"a good 'road. On:1eve4 and <.chsia.;clciaUs cure the highest satisfaction.kThe .-, theverytrges ,, '

*ayre1jgreri7. S ..ever . up then I roIe.**- He says nor doi t.v great ctopa are to other .state any whine about "overtime." This the stunuHlottcd wiregrast expaas beI I and jeseamine.' iobcli..smszyllyuen.' ) time will-come wi..a .

.I :-'. Artr thing Im.prt.rt't b look read! that irit necewary to file orgrindtiltole (i find an ( nohing'herel.'m any An4 then a* the corn crop iaabfis ''ndl.pc i. jlw.rli at good a thing at the.ebter. hindta cend a gentle.elevation, baRO &tad ol,. der r"otlb,1I' of *pecan*will be discarded for .seed .
,:.d RjowliKir4svIvthe. in-the thick.outer a'lf..n I where else relativeto. frlm t the ,tock H1'n$ JO .west prfjigl"fvl .variciou farmer sought t 0 a few -largemagnolia.lre .-.fronal I mal .dln tl ether summer b..tletllI' '-{. purposes, In favor-of maler"ones) not

i., i '1 .te of food. did ,bet but they.:did and cowpeaa in 'Krow.nl. com- nd"North. *o the velVeTWsnpecially. .t\cI iaiand1iog ov achieve. when hetried to croathi.is which tVenani}*,. passes several. most i IVis.lat..'Septenrbtr....) she only a* a matter'of count, but becauseof

I :.V5W .td"y un.rt.r..Pn-.lr efcher.1 Fln.I' I threw th6 rem.ill"l i Whert',peas-.are, planted alone 'tie "v,'." "ab""h_' lht1lt11It ""tbeYl11i&.e. haullfuJ iolleysV with-,their AfleCks.eJrimsorrberrtesi I note*; ,the; pause of the tea breeze'andh nature's -doctrine of "oposite A',, .,\,
-
t may gl.r.ly.b t seeds lt .. anddecided forage or improvement purpose r.i.eri o1toutb'fld'eY to work nights.:,\1' Vln1..' .nt:*'a gateway and 1 'know. -1* time the eutamnnitgown- umbo-'pecan'it"screak,' an extrava- -
r 1 galatirur.ptet b sirt get when I wanted' mor Can- may be three to three'and a half, to Florida. Even though a standbefore.she offic building and I I Inc'-should be looked..:" \-f) t. nce,'"which nature J Js / ry likely to',

t .e* ofay n.". Several month .Cter4. 'I feet For bearing purposes the, mod vjiee is alwa>* to_be hed-frr tilee..YA S 1!. a0 .. ._ rst a --,__ 44._ homeiff -soperlntendenU".A' r".I ."?Her ad th retottaVyeJIosf leatlies correct 'in the progeny ty running, ..tohe

I active 'out-or' life\iwn/ri-;\ : found U* littl V-Cann ,plant 1f the.yard may..par to si* !fct'spari.'uccord. .root 'for'the manufacture of the bro.ci'enclo.d stand one of the tike a' bit of deeper ajinshine-ou/ th* I opposite extreme.' ', ,V .

.: t-1ec a.,. '11d prent4 ol whet';J .wtheee>ls .eed4w.. lug .b thee .of*e gron',an either starch.: y it there''*:re trianyif( 'the. stock ..,*'.T'ii'r., y1Ii..s.SAn greafwhire stock ,barna.-orroiinded; by :; walk*,'i each'one a silent',little herald But t whether *o or not/alj'\,progre--, "

k f.mI4ieJ. %r' apt ,ta e on 'P4 aoun. Jav fterafd* i ikdpsndset found ea...4lty should b*>,welUatdtivttted raiser of he sate wh mucJ\ prefer' U4 'experienced and, bs.rvsnt wo- "IU dependsnt!group ,of: yard,1 'sh.ds : announcing the yearly carnival ol color.. I,e
; 1 i it tbe mrnfng ...r ilt ,f llr deal ofrin. until the vine become too large. keep their''cassava. *,4!<} feed It,-latmtng fll n;declare* that tb,. most important and feeding pens Beyond the.office ishe The pageant will move-fangmenUflg a* ,eedling, at a'means of prppagatlon., ,
W1'T r iGf'.t..elaJ l .- .. been soaked a great the'seeds 5..Drill*- connection' with corn' are hat 'they ean-'ttitk' *' far '''ro I part 'of.tlie, day, to// a, man'l, peace : of other, barn i with .. dependencies. it goea- down the Ion, wooded Mope* ecaue> of its total untruitworthineas.,

S the ; e ,fpe- i preferable for several reasons-firit. a heir crop as a stock f feed than 'ae'm _iad',. tb.ea ,mniute.hpfoliewJtisreturn Backof>this ,.re the, ho.:,sheds an4'r.fd. of'the, Serr.Vand) 'across'the7,broad 1 The bloom is the play of everybreath>, t

c. .lo ioooV.: Mo'.eoerttheI : enotigtrti otU :YerY,, saving of..t Jea'sp threetfodrths of the article;of(trade.'r"a, ,:: ; 1.nJhe. I from the work,of the d.,., .At *,'wh"e back,.f the house-are the wheat-growing valley 4'tlle(: Interior, f Abating pollen, every'iilit 'of bee or'' ,5bird

.1 ,_I"It bti i VcioB W JOo di1 1 necessary for broaieaitini can be ,. .sooner.'H farmer;',pf r 'th1J'e1! }, that 'time'1 one 'word' may -'change .his gliicktn..hou.esand.'.' "./'aU tillA who* final' pomp I and>fl f n/ih; % it.ttaCh.a I .' caprice- the portive andxuberanf '

I ..d. V'*or- s.row..i nt'sii'fI.lerhapQ efeced' 'An actual t.st .ho.) tion make up hlr mild,to ido a,r'II\l1 whole state offeeling. ." building.. and fence*glistening in 1m; to itself( the orchard tnd,gars every life-force.of. the-tree.' But S S

,. 4 | il>tt'e-.tft''lre-',' i enough,, ; ,. . ,In ,;. I I tt .. poundsof.e pit.acre.it) )ar:farming1 businesi:on-;.'sufficiently He-tome iiorne-trsually tired.fWorV: maculate I whiter ,> '\. J*<*f- dent of the'coast,*nd our:. otlheGreenV he'wodd J Is 'sn'chanInThe budded, .
'nI"loursbee.
it&It. ) DIM,< b: The up"ol Canrus My yard Will .a.largerquanttty of ia.igescale"raising" .*bc.crops that>tdbest o*> the vexation x>f..biuinea during' the Playing on-the t\4e expanse between 'will appear>ome-tnoming in 0i; grafted tree 1* the only wear? the
.t, Itd 'bf to.tb x""utnl I all'th' V abapy water,frdra the.i week'swashing 'forage osv shelled peat',than>4ride of 'full carnival. array.oy from iiesj first nly propagator that il absolutely certain
day
h' 1 an4 :
wcrof .tel h.1 say wUl'afeeling of >ecuru/1 ,thytuliof M..on.HIIIf01lr( nperior registered In the nut the feature
it;). ,. !'w t'48'w ;. 'I kind of a worm got Aa them Dt long and It (a'believed -will also produce' a this section. .tAnd such -a., feeling i Ii point .of", ..S.tlsul..o.little' thing nervl'uale"latwhklt decide\, t.o--esr"old. 'Hereford 'hnns.' Irom log emerald gown tblaxe with the ruby I to reproduce " . .
a may f the, n eltor.* \ ,
'bT&ifl. : and did tp- than bushel broadrcatted. very ?
to'th I some larger quantity one Of and' bnrnlng-txislv'.the amethyit ,
ago damage killed a absolutely, ncrspaXT M.tl "best good 1 what.hla'mpod will b er ,for the Vest of which the great white-faced.. herd. of The ivy I You mar //plant nuts, worth) $i. *
of
TheVrw5mg'fretft.mes.A .' is a 4ureiln plioation'of' them Second i fertiliser applied .to of:.st errand .violeV th* soft pearl
IDI-ea I of any community.. i'rKLsMiiiinCe ValleyGazette. the evening' Of-.cour.., the particulardiapoMtjon.pC' *ture.is to spring. , . pound and fter-a weary, wait ot. ten 4,1I
' Is' being 1 that ,is the h.v ever peat In drills In connection with proper the anemone and the gorgeous topaz of
.C .,;tN' l ced ) .' '' . I**, ( m.II"1 goine .to Alt :: hesd of the original tock that are raising '
she not be I beardofany kind of Imwot troublingCannal. 'cultivation/'will;act far'better than - f'A 'I'a 'w/ \ every but too goldenrod together with numerous lln I years .discover you (
alowed Cannms bright with tell, here, Just ..i,.t doe everywhere has l disposed of that a better:gr ads I nut worth S Cents *poood.But cut
": stIM'ulus: . are 'if'will with peas that are broadcasted >een gering )JeWeli from the su rWn Cr'I.>tore
.: .q: . c et'l fcioort)tu Te i ( ( > .rilfrP'I' ; < withutcaltifltiotQr!? jLLiI ; 'A'' -Vienna'' >dentist irrpoct* hamttmade1 else, but the rule will hold good f fpr.the roaybeseniredThe present stock and the thousand and one opaline/hue I bud*, from''the .*r tree>.a' jnert-on ,
-atti
I' .I .w1nvtbl/ Anyone, "UI.-a .display with When corn I. planted, especially in IUldenblel..ac.Ciw\th((( \ iveratt man ., consists of PSo.heaa of cattle, ajaioga, of cosmos and thryianthemum' all youngsters> if r will- .

; ", I' f iTh&. ,'f shOuld I,: little,\ ari''w.ntlll'IO better':
.', .,', ad'" provoke.lbe.tbeapiI1.a7 ola Cannas ._ ...: _ _.: . !I. )' no nrnvtaiAn afiAiiM Invariably ti*, 5' r.-S.I u : : _own_,_ _., J tactful woman, to;' 4o It to wait' until 11.,> .. wtr sOme ao 'head are the bretdngcows -filigreeof' gold leaf. SThia ;regal tinut, on 'every. ?nerees. 'n s.-
,It I ia ;; ; : !Ii ,>and. are ('yearling eo, till the and Citized'
broilC&teaL14 HVVVl 'I 4.,1fie t- T'pe4w1t the act some .11J1\.of hit temper be ( js irarnlture the will wear' south .-Times-Union_ __ ' S ,
t SyTEMA4.eprigoa. QI: : or.tkree- -1----
j o ; S ct- stxmiss butoccailonalty V, foresbcniaep.-.sny-diolded*. yeaf"Oldi.W on-balf' winds pour Jbelr;raIns npon'riertpam- .
:-. 8"1 : ,' ,"r .. ,", .I ,1 (C nniih roller* It vety iron* -: pr perwi41th.aliOlJl4 ,,.kviioil $be. PllhtDfyIaIoi.f-'th, Don'tr above iklUthing tell, him that qua jtered' Hereford( v!or.. SbO'1ltol'D'blodd. pat plums and' a'ycilow' leaves lie :' .

:. ; t Befudy fit c. .,provLddjor c. 5con byrunitlg Agricultural department tells of some the plumber.ha Just sent inia.Mrribl, -The h6gs,'W Berkshirertnd in brown hasps en the *odden>wlks-7- .Ws." ,find the* following inr the last

.' S '. .'...,A-" '" It bl r'' ."et ; ta" spitibl.pa4r# ( 1lf\iC.et'l tof hwondrful'pro! protiutS'feent'f -he bill for merely making that little' altera the fow1s4te l'lym.athROcklt.1The. "!;. ;, box still she.will keep her green'gowsC Mayflower credited to JU IL M..Fla..'
"'" ''"' \,.. Of f -- r.fl i a f.I"I t.irtribe timettiifhedrfUti ASf/bod' dot afttalirf t> ?Tlie mOlt> ItirpHslrtsi ''are trolley and console'herself' wijh"holly :ardtauruitlntrs .
.'. .] 10u e Wittt Jielp ((4 / saw tx .i tion.*. Don't Ulk/tbo much In lbs .be. barns equipped'-with In-nearly-all cases there: la soma pre S
". I... 'J'.ubJe.of.nINehw.. (followed u ? .. *> VnAf may> ibWfce tpptted in specimen' il a bee '*f rubber-which.-!* ginning- on '.n,'subject. Conversationm.ft hay.1erk.. with steam engine feed T* Hi and the'neirer-fadintf beauty pa-ration' for-beantifylnr the rerandavot

i. ., I -. etl) SA ,the drill to which may be added thirty frequently, mistaken for the product of j torrent Vattfie outset 'I* likely' fodder'euter and root)*'" About joo of. carnation,and Msrgusrlte and such effort it usually direcUd to its '

IQg MOI'4orne. .nd Trw.k .. t pound, pf muriate potash'and fifty he'rubber tree a* it hat every appearance upset anybody who is a littl.tired after head of stock can be led under cover, '-' 'T _ : i ih > for'.'daylight ..onlyTB j- '
e 'o "... ; pouadJ W acid.phpaMahstIpr( each 'of -natural-rubber-and rpasesae da '. wo" and who want quiet en- the improvement the''sun J 'Ii
i''lot t. r' .. a but;coh"tenleftt feedipg jmangcrtv r.brwi IMaLasw 'I hady vine* soften the Kiow.'of:
] Jo/Mtabl ""manure which'will This : 'iheVeiruary"iinmbct.of "
: b .1b' ,4 01D. J.4.prIel' ton ? the elasticityi of;thej plant. bar : : b.'expcn4e&'a% tacea--
, to l LU...: ,' umber wlaldic.a bright blo tom lift their
: ''Country the
'df the ; and ,
"1 br .: .t to .u correct.?the. .excess-*!Tttroge In which is kept in S glass jar. was mad? in open7irdsecot. | cool shadc401
ndit Th'womall..hc followthl advice -arrtmged when 'the
wiUt. h but 1 !
rre the m.nurettbea: "mix weU with crnand 'U-saW.'th1 maker ol toe In America open with a full:*iljustratednrtlcle1 ) toward
11 their of I.
and 1 coo* D
51I *
? .F.n ex 'it specia"Interest of Florida truck-grow- the,, soil before planting.A 'uffl-- eomiiiodft/ essfully''com* wilt Cud her evenings'pleasanter than t.I gweatttbe. v, paa, I'. .. on Camatioji..arid night aettle down thc'ylne-draPed ;'
su 9 7he
'.. t'.f,prll of; 1P" eri.wtpie. s Imp.nt a p.r of f our clency of. corn,: should"be'uted- .to this peting withth naturahprodoct.-SaWB-artv (H htJu'mp *t the beginning into the 111.' .. .4'..,.$. it'mi" <"", .'. .. How to-Grow JtThefirst teAlenee nert\re ,too dark for cortfort ,sdd for"one the>''

. ,. '' 't enaa.t ltttsbip'.I" . enth. thinned.'.la.l. talks,0111.) be l lef f tint he I.* cixhlbitlOit't heart of especially-disagreeable' I If..; 'l UI cultlYat"field. readsTJveryone' low wHt:a' crnstloit"a.therjesltcnte4artbeT -longs far a spot made beautiful of the.
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5 vegetable growln j JL--WocIftl.a4.lI'.lbrk. o"th jlucnt ...n.AU' AlOTAssf hour, when the cares ,
.d 1.llae. that donialn 0 drill*, ten to ,twelve inches apart.This ''a .i ri' :! ; mopnligbt ,
t w e" In r narketlig{ may here -find suitable f'- close distance however/implies proper if ; _pj ._ .'...\entirely I free from.'aweaviw -__.. jlpJlOWtl' "CgrnatIqnfaPe'.'very day arapsstead there \* timetO.'I3Q7." ,

'" e btofd'ab Inte n nitln'an4,.*.ru ,,1'd. fertilizing ndcltorousb cultivation", ,-. snbetitots kr'oliv.rgInart"tiaed ,, .f'\Mtm\i\ I In-.IUvsna.Cuba, art", da4troying which were removed by contract, btjra- ranch 'e.atwV.-gi'own'thait arfi .Rdses-jr a'tietrest.-. : .ran&' ,,,'5m be: eZ'
": S '.ny rtment will prePIdOYC Last\summer (I.had-.corn ia seven-I as tThe the Iamos.old-cl-walia at ed out*at ten dollar*, per a re. ,;', -' that,tort it/clean' healthy plants are; sri ''A of a south can ;'

." doctrine of I W. E.'Embry,'who U aeknowiedM loot drills eight and a half Inchei apart I pejuytIl'ate oil 4o'la jj.fofwklhg IWtI. ednr the Pont.and It.,_adln.* known 'I Some o'Uthe more &nterestingcrops .cured to tart with.1) ,f '-4-f" ,'1 ', 'sd. pr'tty at follow. Fleet several ,,

S .11. r.ltioa. 1n be :: f.fpatt-iftt'plants.'wnl grow 'and VlooiB kinda$ MoosafiOwers and traia jhemto ''
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,, S 'fil In b. shippeti o nd".mrRet5. .1 ehbliIUid that':eared well-.,With twelve Incbe I olive 90,, ; trouble *i/ ol i General.Weyler.'j were herded g Upland'! rice,;* ia. acres;' asva'"S all winter ta the open ground ht'.Fbridi. to'ihet't'illafl'' and form '

"fr .t, .b an.. ,. smalt lt. it' the .t.te.' two ,distance, one hundred ears to the bush- U.wtwld between gethci'7n'' w11 ;',between iZuluetand acres:'velvet bean*; pa acre*;; be,.-. .. Whether they can be kept through twees."Ofle'with large tuberiit ilOt, r'
).' c Afrln' >.Uwarming" ( etren,veere-tho,>'- 'Sixty-two SA experl o IcU ,tb.diercnca & Montertat,, street is beinz ton weed. 3o'aeree( eon :o'acres .* was'JSO the snmmer ia Florida\t\is n %.aei \ oftow has
thcm."tbls a1.t'gsci
y may b. hi J..ra bushel .pf.cord and with ten, I laches blocks of. e4 art ta'vei'7 pile' pink ,
the Smalleracreage
i " -, down-"torremoval, gran- acres. ; lain; probably they..might,if grown ovary
.t lgbtlag .e.ne field* T eO1WS < ''e ea "'tMe J' :.. J 'distance) veventy-fovr'_> .|-"*fff** It..b'm.a fogbsildingitoii.. . ,v I .crop at this latitude der tathr'lholten 'tbgbittlst'i fiOvers almost .wIJtewth pink'thsoat
: meat *nd other t only : ,..The-corn' shoisid/. aceiveoaeor loss hal t.eeft' .MII-
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H.wiLl'siOt r 'whichI
b.1 Aiivharablet Qar '
aS pbiifki
; receive with open 'wrotided.that eiIIIOItelel' tub.
cnltrvatWntl
We t tong
qUit ab441sr oob" 1IIor. deep1' 4it4.arI .tatiect iit.flte.'bcrnlng: ol the Wil- } .. ,'(:i seed Ia pure white5 a .
there i n *%. root are Dot materially brefce rslr; trout corn I corolla," rsI
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" -ndv b cm lianr Callen:Bryant home Seat Rot- olI( the** Cfoptlc wilOtat$ edge, :
.' 'i df the Amer beet o4-frofjrr'wide**'ml =' : .. I Moruing
the
: inareaaest tim..'sseat .ar like
o.e Th4 o I lyaOfa1L4belqn1u5bi'Ui5.4'Sigainis f : jferca-tri 5T shied,n'or*
/ "pl.ca! '.te.. she : corn\ flftwt 'may ae York I 1 'bu* at th. 'edge'cl'the'J riverUd
& New only. r'v- a $ U
f diobars' 'in *
r , nt the i With solne fcftable htrro. _. Wto scuds o'f as"sa as'I.'teed r acer Glory; and t tgirouod '
.,:. '. 11 and" foothold toAnricatt Ofl$ aI ; the-ttsae the'pea*,are pl.statiVEI3'ItIZE ; 'I for 'WTPOSUS. ate also k4a4'j .'.,Sunuy % m)(h *Is ,.:beauty.f :': .J baYS ki'o'cIocIi beak 'of ,Dsis" .' '
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is sicret. .' < --j Mts1'.sscatIna' t he, gabled; ? .a Mi'
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Nave I -I $ .FqR.. home that I.np'l'eoI; .oahn .
;_ , Th tl.ubject, the to A.,.1 rQ MUr. ntis ol acid j a dent .should "*ugg M greater earn, of I. 1fIIj.. i'ssticceaslu -1 I:large white trumpet*at i i6'itsioe "' ,'c

0. :4 thoug *tf.i$ :' W. .of' lf1da of mutate dwelling of( histwk lilt...that ,tm. it.iut'e nchacorerWMt ',
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arl to'UiY'\ fO pet .' each-of potash ._' where '
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t.b acre osx a pelt .bout "" r 4 ?
y *t to cora rows ami a.It weep water. of love-eat onion' &lilt dl '*"ikim- : "

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\ . ay evening Mrs. D.'Cliude
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L-: ; .MON. NO. 11OB . (
414 .'" 1- ,",_a.yrUIIU I. Lee'entertained the Clitb Girls aDd : \' ***. ...iJ'*-'-. */** ,.. ..Acawt tot til* J Ii

their. friend at 'a. .Valentine: > Party.TUearUntlohora HOUSE &! i'I,, ; ' '
/ .la Vaftor Uaiett" $auciiia.r. i
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I. : beautifully decorated thrOBghout., ..theedlor partners .
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-- On arriving each !guest .... presented jfc BY THE WEEK : $
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l '''a..od.c1.tt Ibe..a&I1 !I... KtMlniMe' ,ria.' with an envelope .sealed with .a York": . ,
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tiny red heart. These envelope were fut k-- IS
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,.. Sabserlbon, will. please, notify las .II .fl found to contain halves of hearts TtlA/VEX, SOUCITBIX . -. .. '
$lav fall lo tel th. paper. ..-..I.rry. i iAH with an unfinished bit of verse written. Ing ovet: .
oomvaaaloatlon oxe.ot.ti... oar aataor on each. The gaiety-' ,,arising from 'vinced by j : In Town.Agent
; 'P osidaa.ui. BUM as.slgnad kr tbsSUM Fine Lake View. Finest Turnouts ., .
.fl finding op-seekloff. to- find .eome one 'resident Depot -with '
.wLt.: 'III. _be,svtnniad ,,-'- with the other half wa great. '' Jew- TANKS ,. 't'
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Then followed- heart bunt in which \
J ..rM&.' Wroorroipondou.AdverlUlDc uat to not rvpoiulbl. .n.b.... ..<. Ml I.* Lola Drown ..he. barmm guest shrewd pr \\ L and Fi.4ilnR within easy reach :. ndarl On.C puny and PUMPSETC '. ;'
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nUiiMijr bad as.ppu. oa. of honor, was the successful OODloellt.o.n" c tal orSt .
. '. The prize .... a heart shaped Write .1. Fertilizer Co.. . ETC. 44
."..oumOlf) 1ATZ box coutaintAd1mLnutlve. candy .. ill.
account AlM Conlnrtor: Let JJ'(. .
0. Dii .tO hearts.Tbe. : \
'OnssopyaI ropy: = i:.:::'.':'.. ." ".,. .. Jo wheel ot, fortune was lobeD f The' ir
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,OD'00.I.b.aOOlIbe. brought in and each In turn sought to TkU :.. ...... -! -' u' -; ----' 4'AND :
make lobe future. re"e.llt. _..... . . ,
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Friday,: February lo., ..1903.Jf. The guests were thenushered Into "f<.. : t .. .

the with. bow library- and___ armor_and..n.each_ahniiKMl.__) ._\young hla__. .'._man.killat ___. I I .t.. .: '" ".. c:. BsYAH .........r".- High Grade Whiskey'Kentucky Wells.' ..('..... (I"S

.1 arche" On folding'> wore .
MH'T'I" COLD HTOUAOB. oreen ..XULE. \ ., '
arranged rr; :a: :E:2 _
gorgqpue valenttnee bearing; :
Mr. (). A...Mann ha.at: present, over the name of the girl present., I These : .. . .
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$&,ocx pound of fresh. pork: ID cold .valentine were the target/ v", . : .I..c.e.Flit '
torage.. Thl 1* a splendid. showing The party then repaired to the'-dining { ILH: I Carson GrbcetyCo. j ::Exchange 'I' :" .

for Columbia county and prove thatour ; room where a delicious little supper '. ...Nassau, _._ , '
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people are beginning to live at wa carved. Hereai elsewhere 1.
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borne, instead of Bending to the West the color scheme wa carried out to erty St* ....... ... R.i.u _i...IC -, ..

.. to more buy than. their half'supplier.of the capacity. Although of Mr.Manna not. .perfection.Those invited were:. Mlssei Brown '. Q ;X \ i':;: : FtE' : f , 'AND !- THE OLD REUABUE: .

storage room has yet been union Kenner, Parker Tiller:, Johnson M.'Tl I \ E ,: : ;: ,---? rr; :SE: : : .."'1:4': 'E: i. LIBBY .
utilized, be anlielpate-,, great In. flicks and Canon; and Messrs. c' MANAGER
i. crease in the packing business la Lake Stanford Yowell .5'1. ,...L' ,
City in the future. and will provide for Hunter. Howie, clarion, Burrowe'niFleming. . $
_ .' it In lobe way of enlarging them.. .. ,. COUNTY "..Im POIt __. ?\\l/ ..__, OIq
Should tbe people take bold :of the) 1 1DR. 1 pow have the largest stock of' Wine*. Whiskies .

I .matter. of raising and curing meat for 'nearly Forfeit HI* itt.A .....' J. I Fertilizers I CRATES nd '.Beers :ever bandied *in Kinimmce. (All
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tbe market. this would find It profitable runaway"' almost ending fatally to suit the time. '.5 ;
roil., and by the. Urn another.. season started a horrible ulcer on the leg' o} .. l E T C.c..n. .- grades-. ... price: ., _*, ,-. ; '
around would b. '600,000 .
jr. H. Orner Franklin Grove, 111. For. Office ... P.- '
pound of meat in cold .
storage to r
four it defied all doctors and .
their credit Instead of 05,000. pounds, .11.remed years lea. But. BucklenV Arnica OFT-ICK, !: : : ; ....1810..I oa ApIleaUse /71'" :T"C"G ::E:. ;A. '::3PE:ci1A-ijr'' :
which could readily be turned Into Salve bad no trouble to cure. him. 1:30 to :
money at a handsome profit. 'The farmer Equally good for burns bruises skineruption .

raise..of this an immen section are amount in a of positionto meat, Pharmacy.p and. pilei.., '2Sc J at Usoeola, ' i : ; FURS WOOL A. I S.: ''BKARDHH, ,Proprietor.: .... -

't 1 and raise it cheaply, and they can al-.1.I
'way dispose of tb surplus at ,a profit \ ,M.J. .. ARIfiG
: that will pay them for their A. VANS .AGNEW : : :: Produce a Specialty.; 4

enterprise. There 1* no sense in IJ1).81 .
ending to tbe West for our meat. I II .
I Office ----"""""" """""' -- .""""" """ .
When we can rai.eWinPIorida.Lake ..- I AND NOTARY LAW..J- POWDER
City, 'Reporter... KI Calls J .' ATLANTIC COAST-tlNE' RAilROAD' CO. .. -
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And, bold storage warehouse are ..-
{licks Absolutely Pum
the. mean whereby Florida may become SCHEDULE ItT KrTKCT NOVEMBER at. KM.wa .

independent of the West in the .. __ THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE .
i f 'II I I'l 12,4:, : 1'01, 11? 'iii VI li
matter of meat aupply. We have all .. Label C \ mp 4 oui'cl"l1| ..I LV.. ... lamp' . .. .'!A.I. 11 lOp V UO.I t COp 10 cop
B'ABYEASE F. : loIsa SMp 4M| ... Ar... Pl....l.Cltjr. .. ...1.5.. !.I51i IO4. I 07p? 00, ._ _ -
the. advantage. onr aid in railing cat- me mba s 26 p II2& Ar. .........DO. ... ...Iv :.. .. ... a sea sep. s ...p .H A.
.. S .. Ar. ., .......kol..4.. ...Ar S 10 .. ...... ...
001' 6110.
: tie and bog and only lack the. mean B..'1....... ; ... r 2IIp.1D : ArAr... .... Barlow.. . ...I.. H ( Ul. .. .. . 0
for curing the meat after. It. is ready beolu .. .11.1' H tip ,( ... ... Amdl. .... ...Lv .Pp no. .. .. .. MALARIA ANDYELLOW I
;x. -- ..A. tel'3" Pure. .,..., 4 10 p I sopi I' oo.Is Ar . ..Pnnbt Usida..Lv. 4 t ooi .. .....j..
for market to make hls State a -.,.-. ,,.I7.lIll1p ... .. Ar.Ar. .. .Klulmmoa..... L. 4 T lOp '
IV 11 81 . ......AI'' .. .... 1. 5 5 '
Orlando.,4 Mp
..( moke-house" from which the outaide A. 11IOp Mp 1M.a .. .... .... . ..8anford.,...... .. .. .. 186. JACK :
JJR. .Clsielsmatl: Ohio. t..m{ I .. Ar. ; & ;
world would draw its bacon. A ; & Co., Diatlllera > Wa. Orange. City Lv..a. HOOP447p
4 'Wp .. .. . Ar.Ar .. ... .1.1mod. .... ... . (

cold Kifmmee.storage 1* needed and packing If the town house and in It he beat and ufeit remedy for . ; ..5 4 7 "OOp"p'4ti. 4t ....:". .. .. ..Ar.. .........heboD.U". ...r.utk. ......... ... ... .... ..II. 'lOOp oop The(Teen widow..T.JhraM.of Dr.JMI.MT Lseare H,-who.) In -. -_ '

JC It uCLa ONLY V : - .
,. county would get. the full benefit Dfa.b..t.ook.r.I.lol' .11 stomach end boxvcl.trouble ofbitilei 711 ft. the employ of tbe Government, wont\ \ .
industry that U now Office \ : KI8SIMME I I '1i-i'-----:\'.-- -'---- ...'tunit.t". ..... ;_.._ ". ..At....... . ..IOOOp to Cuba, was inoculated. wltU. Yellow
and! children. It quickly! ; !| N .......I.n4.. ... ...... ... ... . .,. ""P Fever through' mosquito blte,and died, '
on uoo a boom in the .territory oonIlguous. 'FLORIDA '... : ,
.cures constipation dUrrhtrm con- .. .. .... I 20. applied to Congreas for relief to-day."
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Th..t.o.n 1 la logical situation Sa..J.V. ........ . SOp The abftve tell of the aad culmination .
C for auch) an--enterprisewhich Vuluoni, worms sour' ttomoch and U. : : : : ::: :::: :::,:: : : : SOP of a aerie of experiment by the I 3
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if .-rtcher 'return ; lou of I' U lurm- J M. : .4 "" . .... ... .. .. .... ella.. Government, all of-which proved conclusively I. .
wilt d vel6ped? p., b sleep. (perfectly 7 w ..A. . \ .

than almost! any !other! line .of bul.D" Icu but very 'effective./ Childrenlike (. ; )l ll .ClD'. 11I" II a41a1 M. ::. .., .Ar..S A... ,. : ... ..' ...... Vad.Cit..Ar.. Lv.A..4.. ,..IA lOp,. a dangerous that vehicle the familiar for carrying mosquito' Malaria I II tlfft ; ;''

thai can. engaged In.. Our business to %take It. At all drug-stores -l I. : \ B U' T L E R. T S I10p.OOO4.' ... .........A............, "... ................* .. t RAp U. "Yellow. Jack,"and other malarial .
ahould .
men lake the matter up E III-p. .. .. .. .07.18IIp fevers.Those
and leave DO&blllfuodoH''b', would .t large bottle i far t i t .: .1 :. ...Ar_ . .. . .., .. ," rrIf'

.. A ..stp1:Y. .. ......T.""' .... .. I 10 Ar' .. ......Thq.uio ..,. ."..I.Y 116a ,
tend to prejudl oul'.lajfl.o.lla..tAI 'DaiI7 esrept 5noda.. : :

:) in the matter.. \V. WINES. BRANDIES S S SUa 1 lIla '11 OOlP' -IS flftp Lv .. .. T................ ArS4.W Of Slop I LOp ", i-
J. G C 5 Mia 7 4CM.. O;\ VOIp! 10 2tp! Lx( ....r>*rl Tampa Oil/....ArC ... 5 O. '5 top -7 Sp
25 CENTS I o. vaees. cessna S 1 4:... .JIIOI', 10 "MDT" ''...... Port {Tampa ....l.v S lia 9 IQa ...11 4i liUp ( T
J ''! 07 Ar.... Cieeraier.Tv' '5 .......
-clip OVa
; Bro. :Tomlln of the Polk County NOTARY i AN.Pan.Sd.M$4t L .. .... Ar..Oaen*....."'.' _. .. .. .. .
New' la' rejoicing 'over the organUatlon Ask your druggist about the .5 lOp Ali. ..T......" Bprln*..... Lv .0 *oc .. ...,..-
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; of a Board of Trade In Lakeland. JPJtBB COLD RING offer E Pally tacept _

They are first rate Institutions, provided ..AtPNftMI_ SOY' .OCY.I.a.L.A ____ .TOBACCOS. 1'ullman sleeping cart oq 21 and 32 between. Jacksonville and-POrt Tampa. :. .
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of-oourse, enthusIasm In an UD- Kffi.. 1f1t19T I TO TBK: WK8TS0lt who are exposed to Boonnlto. .44.mother .
., .' Instilled. into tUlIP Lv. Tamp. Ar loQop. 75 at All tnius d.nr. 55 Ii'yelp malarial Influences ahoald take i -
I :, selfish) :purpose can be OiOcJLr..Jak.ouvIU..::: : .Ar .OIM 1 IlIl.::: _ warnlBR. Iron ls tbs flKhtinsr element i
.. them to keep'&h_ alive. But we Beer 55111 '1000.,Ar. ,W.ycro.: .. .4.V lAOallSAa SanaT suo' .. Ar 10 OOpa 7 lop land nature with '!J.
ttJ.r.'ii.: blood provide
,. I II 015. lltp Ar.: ..HavaDoah. :.I.v N llfl S45a Ifs, C 10. & ;: .Ar % 7 lOp In the j
have no ....OD'to fear for'&be life of 821. j Charleston, "I.YI IL"" OVa .2p 10 Ma ,\ ..T-.Wavcroai.. .Lv ._ blIp sufficient resistance to ward, disease I

.-. 1 ; .that in Lakeland.. THE F Y9RITE.SHOW' { : QHT AN ) BOTTLED L' :ti" AVIIuiln.Uin; !_.:Lr i :! in\ Mil142)::: Utip)P 1'T;: V.m'(:'!I.t: : 4 7BIS* Slip But If the blood I II Impure Is or Impoverished 11

: i'1 7..p .kl..b..nd. Lv I".'. 7p 810.II40p. . A. Uont om.ry." .L.. 74 I. or If there weakness, It
U"'p 1r.'IAr. W..hl..Ly ,44p. ... .. .CI/\p./\p . mean that the fighting qualities. of the
The ''grafter" and fakir should be'compelled Klsslmmee 'f und 10. KI..fmmqe ort.Droadway 0-- I *Oa .. llltimoro" .. .LY 20P.a tHIp' Ttt-kp .\.N..hY'II..1' :: eon. . blood have been lowered and consequently ,
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to leave t.oWD.-Tampa ... .. th..1a danger. would
the BRICK BAR BUILDING. Imel .N.wYO..L. !1II>p .t -.I Ar..hicago..,--L! TOQp yon
Trlbuoe.: ,. ', 0 ... = escape, keen the blood pars and psopDr.Hart .
oI o.= =- THKOUUH CAB 8KRVICB. 7151. : :: Ar. !.iii.iTtNo. : ;y SV.pSUM
.If Tampa; bad a-police force like' ..' 32 and 36 carry Pullman sleep- 11.7SU...Ar... Lnulivlii. ...1.. .. .. eriy nourished with

Klsslmmee, '.the above advice woul4 .N era between New York' Jacksonville .. ...! .. .A..Cluo.D.U".I.. U Iftp.J... .._..
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'. I BUTLER and Port. Tampa. Day coaches between II SUP _Ar ,...Chlc.... ....I.. hoo u_..;... r's
be unnecessary a* "grafter* and ..
;_ oI BtUABUt Jacksonville and Washington. and Dining Car between Savannah and
fskizs"ar.given. the *'1'. b." in Klsalmmee 2 ISLW C tlcTiaSAi oOOoOoOodoOOOooGOOOo New York. No. 78 and 23 carry Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonvilleand

a*aoon aa their. character. .become 4 TatAUIK. AMCPtAa. New York via Washington and Fenn. R. It. Nos. 18 and 23 earrr Pullman Iron Tonic!

it. known. : Sleeper betnJacuon..llle_ and 8t.Vxul via Montgomery. .
: Steamers leave Punta Oorda 7.00a and arrive at \Fort. '
I I I Myera 4.OOp. ,, supplies this blood with inn In a "- _
*- :rJNarpooaae, Ctl..... Steamers.. leave Fort. Myers at. fl.OOo. and arrive Punta. Gorda ,4.3Op. Dally natural' way. It Is reoognuwd every't
JI except Sunday.Bteamer .
rtu1s where a* the best blood purifier and :
One mil couth. of.our business eeni tivcA.P: !: sail for Key West and Havana. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays tonlo In use, and it ha been need for. ;
.ter II t.be-.IHUI. _' of Runnymede.Here ; 7 11.OOp. half a century.; --- .
i. the. winter borne -of the own N'. Bank of' Kissimmee. Connections made at. Jacksonville for all points-north, east and west.' .
1'1'' Ho sto,'J'U.,.*.....1.Me*.;
; r I ji er* and officer* of the United Lan< _Information regarding the schedules., through car arrangements reserva. 1 I .I
1j Company. The house 1 II large, con tions, etc., may be sooured upon application to any ticket agent A C L Iron-1 _._ ameS Di.asS HaS.'l lit '
Tootl..y.Mf as' p.-
.talnlng probably twenty bed rooms, \ ; . O. F." PAIU.EK Ag't. V family lor over&._& '"* .i'..
all of good' *lse and elegantly fur- ----- 8. P. COLLIER: JR., Division Pass. Aff't- Tampa. .Fla. ODD beaStly____* 141".1-r. It h 0-'

.nishedi the parlors kitting room and T. M. EMERSON, Traf Mg'r., W. J. CBAIO (}. ]"'. A. U. M< EMEEtoON.A. T. :M. rx.DI..I.-::: .
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'I : '" billiard room will U slse and furnishIngs ( (stomel'H'Every Facility - .Wilmington N. C. 2.H.SA..... '
r compare favorably with the bee Land sad Kmlcntle 1 Act,ntow LAM.BttCKDRAliGHT .

.. 1 in our sca.... A lawn of twenty. acre with Sound Management.. SW..p-1.- s"1. ..W....... 4 .
q 'e Jrol.* lobe house, and I. kept in fine ,
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4 condition; water 1* supplied to house S I Mallory Steamship Lines - -
,, and ground by private water* *rs- : to AH Business Ja nlltecl to Us. ,
tem. No visitor"" should fail to see lobe l.SM4&i
famous cauls owned and kept '
Jersey .
'I THROUGH TICKETS
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4. There betterIn $ TO
at this place. are none N. B. CARSON. CA.HI.

;,', ,.' Europe.. America, Mr.possibly Miller ha none done better South ia i.p', r New York, l Philadelphia. New haven New London Fall River

st" Florida great benefit by introducingtbhighest LRzSo.1 Stonington Providence: Boston and all Northern point

Th type known of thoroughbred 5 ...
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'L' cattle, and proving. they will do = r-- -AT-
r well and thrive .node -our" climatic
r conditions.' Order-for Publication.JnhciaVCjOWlOO.

. 'Adjoining the land of the United ..'a ... J 7.'W; Ialk' *Circuit : -LOWERRATES FOR
4 Land Co. II :the orange, orchard of o. KIselunue.. _..Ila County Conrtj7t6 niucide. I.Cb_ .
..' 141'.0.0... Best. This 1 I. one of .lobe ,0 4 r : D=site and d..j.,. HIt I.ENA WIIZIAJIS ". COHS1pNrlON,
low.
n vu ..., THAN VIA-
4 1 olden groTee in this section- and certalnly ......."'.8. |ess logs WllXlAlfS )I. ..
4 of the beat. At she
present
one .
z- wall look remarkably rigorous. -- followlnc'....'vli.l s. .od II apparln In lho.bovo.by'aaldavll olalad II ean-o appaadad bat Jobu lo.Ibs Wlloa bill. ANY OTHER LINE.
this. .. ,.. .., .
rt ,, promUlnra a large crop of fruit the 01. tbarala namod ta a Donmtdaol
: of the 8.... .. Florida, and thai ra.1doaoaof .
. ,,_II. .The residence, a neat, two : :
.. and one tka d.faodant I. ........ow...vr Ih.I _Passengers leave .
mansion ia embowered in shrub Jacksonville Thursday follow
I L story aoa of twantv-ooajraan;It Is therefore ordered every a* :- 'S
: and-trees,.concealing It from the view: '. for tbelecm I,I tkot said ooa-raMdaal. daloodanl: bo and ho :U k .Constipation Is nothing raor.I 4
bo ot'V raqnlrad lo to lbs Bill of Com.pialal Via the "SeA Islands" .-e: . . .. . I than bowels I
of travelers on the road. The ground, ? ,, ttwrr A. : Sled.:: In said appear 10:10: a. m. (Met.Limited I clogging!! of the
si,. 'the house, the. orchard cannot. fail to : i : liuponlon, lb.atkd.-of April cause A. D.on IMM.or batoro otkanrlM o thiallcaUons and nothing'lees 1 than vital slag-
. ,Impress one with lobe Idea that country ; of aaTd bill' will I ba takau as eoofass-: Vlal'lantSjstem -----.i.. 3 AJ p. m. nation or death if not nJiavid., 4
heraanlo.,' ad kv nld dafoadaat.
life can be mad. pleasing if the owner ny /: If every cotiutipate.iisuffeiercould
are. tasteful and energetic.. : and Rlxwl..._ Ik* II if' lurth.r onoa a waak ordered for thai four Ibla oonaooallva'ordor ba week pobtlabod Via Seaboard Air Line . .. .. . . .. . 7:40: p. m. (Fait Mail.) realise that bo is allowing''
.,. We have bad bore recently a. Far. .. A. U 1 03. h. lh.HlMlaamaa Vallav UaaMlo a aatrnpapar poisonous filth to remain in his
__' Institute, tbe IriS on.;;held Ia'Oeoeol.OOIID' [ ] : ol KlMlmasM...U.>. _flu lllhet Veborery:l-> said liki/ A,-l.: and_HLsalA: Going aboard'steamship immediately on arrival BrunswIckVBacsage ;' .ystel1S would soon get relUrf.''. .
JI' ,. Pro O. M,' Connor ,JKO. ir LRK. Clerk Constipation Invites all kind" seOfltltglUfl.
: lectured on cattle; Prof. B. A., Oeaard : I flleall- II f w. i. JJlhlsTOM.CINDI&.oa"D.puir Clerk.. Checked Through to Destination. Ueadacaes.1 vilionenns .
on> IncenSe Injurious to Citrus ; W. j. SEALS,awUUor. for Compialnaiit. colds and maD) other ail- '

G ,Trews-W.; M. Oist on Swine, and Mr. For .illnstrated monte diaappoar when _ad., I
matter diagrams reservation .
tickets etc., apply to
'P.1.DtM the bowcfi '
E. 0. on Fertilisers.- to Sell Notice (or Bids. paLed arc relieved. Tbedford's '
., tub)"" were handled in a .masterly' >> jo\V. U Uleck-Draughtthorongbly.. .
A.W.fYE.Aitt. t.tXIACKSONVILLE.
., ''manner'jut enougn, anecdote added ralod bids will ba rooslvod at the naxt FLA cleans out the bowels la aa easy '
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', to keep the audience In' fine humor. .. ... 'of the Hoard of Coaatv Comxlxlonrr." and natural manner without the ,
'" ad nlsnd Per .Il.ndlnc foaoa oa tb. .... ... .
roainn
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Mr M.. D. Tlndai In a abort.,) but,InL ....... a Oliver lOwa llailta. .....IDder -f ra_" 10 be .D purging! of cabmol; orothet vlo t > .'0
-. ;* tereeting addrea gave u* tbe..various : to th. Htm. s->..ptaa as them alraadr. balll. lAimkar" omit lunt: caUutrtira. . . -

4 breed of cattl on our' range.,-when : .... &.Court of Ftof-la; ,(ko...all....h.. 10.""foot. 'PO.U...."*.s.>VO.M feet. aiaJt Iao .b llU,. tam feet Ilihi.ID "'WSIMMEE RIVER ROUTE.' Be sure that you get the orUrlJ J
nrti lobe y-were Introduced and by .. or I........ ,wood or tome eyproas wHkj"'ipc:" Hart'as lb. ital Tbfdford'B llbek-Urangnt.I > Muadfl '
.4 whom, their number in our township . . ,HItI.end. by The ChaUanooga' MidiI '
; .:pressot condition,-eto.- sell. ..M. prtvMo WALTER ."BIt. ilK.. . cine Co. Sold bv ail druggists. in '
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,% c ; ; rt* sWsM.4 Chat and '
1'be. dUcnaslon were participated r 8UM of Florida 25 cent 1.00 packags-
.'In by Mr.. W. i. 8. Carr and I.... TIn. avtL i Steamer Lillie Steamer Roseada. *. ISSt.
dalL both large tock. grower Itapp0ar S : r >.ecfb. __. t. ..: [ ,NOTICE' : .i I 1"t':1: : .>. !-.*. 1 'I
Ui k. av-wtkl l We kltriUr.1 aara a l hi aaaao
mt
i r ., from the report given, by Mr.. 'tfl'ii O I B1IHKBT OIVKM'lk.t oa'the. nadayofrVbta i. Captain Clay! Jaksiaosj Br. Captain Clay Johsiioa, JrRegular .' all la.Uaw ao -, 'TindaUtbatalpreswrf there' are on nbn,allow we P _IiT AIf I..A.1)IMS,I wilt appip to Ut. Ho.... (.aa rai*. I neeiwmeIs aar akud-oa' .
thousand bead 4 \ of Uio kIWIS. w. B.. okoaloo,Coaalradca.. for , ether Uauulra. I SklaV o-ald '
four
mattreng*) aa order loI
& ;our 's;::: -. -1--1- '- 0& ..... ... . a"..M .... ta vork irUkao.Moa
: suei !
od t tz
old lIfII>
took, the of our ?& retuftC'Roleada .
4 i of property. : -'_ weekly trip* to Dusgcr'and; leaves ao .t of Wla.Sravktod w...
and one thousand. belonging to noo- 'sNG, c *,., .aatootaeo* ooftbeoat eontor .Roe. 17.T\l.tft : KiMimmee Tustday morning and Kiaiimmee _ _
.. ( arrive evening.
I' resident! that while the limit ha. H. mu B.MS 8,440 yda..,wost Men! naSh *_ Friday ,
;. 'r-.....' been reached the took is 1*' fine con ;' of:Gu;r- f7It ydL.Mplsc.p4....emit ot Ill bacln*,:...w.>(rtk,. ..>..43..Td....:,-.thirty ai.Is Lillie.,, .Spe. ll1l Charter Trip to Lake Okeechotwe and Fort Myers on the = *

,, dition.' *Can any person doubt that ,: ; .e....moro or tool la Ooooola Coaoty. .....of Comfortable occommodattoafot passengers.; ,Rate reasonable.
K 'OeeeoU county I.Is s fine took, eonn riotbia said >aaioala4a total .... pVopsMof Tbe most Picturesque Waterway Florida.
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barb. ::
"J> , &ttSSK Wall.? *''* tUWl10' *" ..rpoaso7n>. .
r" try I.'ret1..ut. For Passenger '
Rates
% About all of our' enterprisln.r, pro- HI : : .. ci th.Cues .This. third dsjr., ; : '. .. Freight. apply to ,
fruit attended ; order, I. 1.11 t.beeay,3A.D.lSOS CLAY' JOHNSON SR. Proprietor
I ........ farmer and grower 'V : \
> allvutlod la ,Xataral OoardUa o the Institute.. We propoee to daaortbad 'a. ,? On board "Lillie, Kisslramee, Fla.Formula .. Application: ,
bare another next; fall. prior to outtlnir : ;: : I of . .. -. _ ..... Deed ;Under Section 6 of +
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: J Our eaoe visitorS) and making all expressed.yrep7 a, favorsable : :i keJ.. .-.' ...wu.. ______"_'__nan__ : Chapter. "- 888,'LaWof ,,,'

of what few place .they ,, '- Florida '
opinion .
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,.- f,bad.time to examine."f : : me, I. ..V/UUaja. ; story: po1.lci Ii HXRIBT .rV.lt 'THAT 'Oa"*.., .
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j-'- 1- -. :' ; |. Tea itvr: .Grove'sChrnicChill! : Cure la ml olnro. cad kaa saola aplkItoa '
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: for Tax to lasvo l.IUt"w.
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'i: . aALOLA,, 'r- .1 I I I Said. ooniaoaM' ooibtUauaaos &! $5. IoOt.e'hg

. ,.'. f Kalola. i t. a_, bllI&tlo. of drytaisvt a. . of U rBallard'a 11.. never i .....-*.:.. ;No si..... ..-........& ..'.... sfritioo..'1 I $4.c,.pl-.,.._Miter......meEs. eI' :._'' .:d14eril: I r_ III?/uet&. ,c'rid. -, ....,,.::i,. '
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r .. k coetot. site j properwatera -- Jill" 01 'WW'01 '""- IeS..bp* 'I.
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---......... Z 'GENTS' F RNIS'HI"N"aSNo .5 Tak Hunter''* ,UYCI* Pills ,for allJJlVOT' : ;
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The' /Klsslmmee! V J16U Gazette J.n.. H.: Seymour returned from klFami : Quaker Quartette!: --don't miss It.. -' .. O OO_. S tiTe

I [. Sunday"night. Lewi.John brought up a 'bunch of C. E* Earaieat Sr., Dead.. B88frLS. J "

1 ._fsILsIPHONM NO. H. .I IrUBLItffrKD Dr.: Hicks returned from a business. bogs from.Whluler" !..on.Tu sdajr.._ : -'It.'becomes- our 1 painful duty< ,to _For_ real bargains, Stanford's.Stinford ., *Klssimmee 'Ccs ..:
go
S ; trip to Taiopa Tuesday at noon. ,The annual town election will be chronicle the death of Mr. C. K.: Earnest t 'Dr.og

BrKBY yjUDAY.BT . 1 Mrs:"ICnljjht, of Savannab arrived' held on Saturday. March\ 28th. See 3r. which occurred al,{his homeIn I has Just received a'D_ f :

ria town; Wednesday to visit her sister, Mayor's proclamation in another col. KI..lmm.I\ o'clock, pi n>., lastSaturday lot of Dress .. Call-and '

,t POUND *. HAStstl. *.. Mr'r It A ""*-n- i umn. .5 night, after a lone and ofwhich pain see .Sprlul. 1. S l tJ; J NOW IS TIME i
rull11n.lIII. the last tow weens .
::6 Quite* number of citizens of -the The United L-aulfCb"har; purchased His Stanford's. '. '#
OHUROM.DIRBOTOR'Y.MmoDlrr kept 1II.\OODfln"41 to his room. .HO yds. 4-4. Sheetlug. !. ; .
...... ._ ? county were in town last. Saturday. attending tho tract of land 'Just across the lake illness of long duration and'of a f
'...-;:. 1nnana to )buslneiar; ; S known as the Smith Dorka pi ado, .containing was which besought What I. ..X.lol? Where did It y. "
ssc.10 II.' ,
during
b.tk. 11 .... ...4' ...lorkTrr.. ... 225 S thronlo nature, Ii '
cre. It
.HtI,1' received skilled cOme from what will It do? S
l. ...., Tknra4.r eveDlng M T .. __ We've had weather: of almost .Ii and the most .114 FOR 60 DAYS.
hool P4 .......,,..'" p. conditions that wo usually have durlog Quaker; Quartette next";" Thursdaynight. treatment available, but his coursebad a fakeVi Dr. Hunter, manager. .
S 7.11.'npp,1'_.. & a winter this week. Secure your ticket at"once.: been run and at 'Vha time elated. Osceola Plnu&C-HI KNOwa.Perdew ,
., IaPry.T C.UDG"-O. J. Pkr in town should mlss U.. Reserved tenement" of'clay and ; i : WILL 01 ".cuC.D- I ON OUR NTIHI i-INa; S
5 lefMts
"...".. Nobody his spirit 1 ..If.
Several;; ,:: has his drugstore '
is jwSr ;
.vsrs? wSSuaV T new iibse-ibers ha*. been' Of Him who
saleM Dane mo.N
: scats on s,,: was wafted to the presence
.=ltle':: :., ,:, ':..tlng I ei.ry' ;:::.. added to our list this week.' .Lot 'em I give It. Mr. Earnest was In the 09th-\ next doo.t p.tme.' Cal and sod . S.-5".
e.v' **. Vt$tofi ., Tho little Misses Dorothy' and Louise him and get a OniackiePills.
p. come; wo have room for more of Tennesseeand I
S :Hi.i JoNir'i Briiwar*twr.o-: : ='-Araadeaoo* : many Colvln of, Greenville. Ala..'' andMis your of his age; a native resident ., S All peron indebted l to me will please call and pay .Zltheir 4
o.'. vSvy 'un4.luoruins De.! J. A.. rd.w'.. moved his for the pant twenty. years a I'

allt.'llaaiaa/Hnbonl''\t&W*p.[....*.. uurt Pu!.?. drugstore Into the room formerly occupied Al.*.,Body are Uagood.visiting& their of dllrmlnghain unrle\ andaunt of this place be, In the his material time prososriivof talent Try a pair of Stanford.Queen Quality Shoes." accounts, ,. a same mu.e closedupL "
K3fc'5SZ'M which Bold
Brave only by
by telephone, central oOloe Mr. and Mrs. I D. B.Ueriwetbor.Mrs. -- ,
-S. P............ ...._DlTln. woraklvon.r and energy-la fact he was one of
..,. Brat Banday .nd Iklrd' Knudar tu wobMoailk 5 .C&".... .Johnson5senIor; and Junior. ..Annie'L. C.onOD..a former the"pioneers of the place coming In Its S Cora for sale-Georgia Red
uI.g 'avvlm: Mil m.. +, Bvra.ALII UaU and Roebuck, came In with their resident of Kissimmee but now ofPhll.delphla early days. Ue was a consistent mem Cb. O. F. PARE, W WATSON _

.Iaq:4 :..rVls.. 0.1.7Q0 Isryl.p..... :;-J" $.bn.4 : boat last Saturday and 8UDd.1edbereL. has been here. this week her of the Methodist church and a conscientious ; : ,... ,

-, __I..Thr.4S...'1.. .. .,:li in.". .. ii. '.' I, looking. after her property Interests.Tb pD\ltllDan-oD. possessing. Stanford Is aole-agent for Douglass S ,A..:.
'_ .rybo4. ,.I.._.stdIaI7. nvU.d s...ILa"",_ w. S S 5- the love and esteem Of every one who Sbo. atKisslmiThere 1
pleased that A. Tresswho
....- F. u.a.u.r a4u, are to not State Bank will .b. closed on laid '
U..",_.......et I. has been>> ill during. past :week Monday in observance of Washing know him. Ills remains were torent will be-aervtoe. In the) Episcopal Wise'Teachir O _S I'

.' I I. Improved' and able to attend his du. ton's Ulrthday, It belDIf_tb. ,."item" afternoon In UGH last Ulll after Cemetery funeral on Sunday serviceat church' next Wednesday' '...Dllli r S -' ,- r
tle.alrala. .5 -#
with all banks when a national Holiday at
.m .Off lolal Weather Report.Avsaa the M. K church conducted by: 1.B. _-_. . .
0/ &b.follo.ID" &
falli Observe
TsMrniman WB..-..KI>IT ..; Mr. Jamp L.'Oodwb;has been confined on Sunday to 1'tktor Bell with the assistance of Pure Drul. insure rapid recovery. : S

.. .....tv ....1..; r..b. I. '1110I.: to his room for a week or more Monday.S . Rev. Filer and Halley, pastors of the 'Pa. wants. 4 P .l SHOESI .
:i with a bilious attack" but we are iliad one regardless of that commandment Baptist and Presbyterian. churchesrespectively. ) KI..lmD"1r Co. S !i. and'none learn HOES Piioea l:
KalnJ. to know U improving. which says "Thou shall A delegation of the united eprience. r S C.5i. S
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f : _. ..ali.i Tb Quaker Male Quartette. are ..11ar.oCI. not .te.I," went Into the horse lot. of Confederate Veterans -of which he A nice line of ladles' man-tailored .hve not ben under -. .-.. 110 S ...:.---

i, .---.- ... .1101..... Tb sInging willprob.bl Mr. J. W. Miller last Saturday was a member, and consisting of V. 8klrUtat.. ppul.prices, at Prd.w''s. hi. up'erenee i.I

frtd.T.' ...>,...... M .. be the best heard in night and In' leaving, was followed O. Bailey, B.: A. Barnes, I* P. Hug - .ttlae Or t. .9. r.urtr1Ip1. S :
._...,.......... M St ... } ever In introducing Kaloja to the people his .taht ui
Mr Miller's 'no..IIAI'.ad. M. Gardner
W. It-JobD.wa..J. 1t'auare.
.....,....""...&.. .n S7 . Klaslmmee. Reserved seat ap.aD'.. by ey, of this section we do rd on.... merit.. -
Hon.t.p .... ..... M .... dl. pony. The connection between the and Col. Aderhold acted as pall bearcr5 call courteouB: '
Ye ask to on treatent'
,,1..nta T..,..... as Edgar Perdew and Earnest Over- thief and pony being a Cuban bridle while tbe church was Oiled with you Duj.tI L. so 1
..,... ......: 3M 41to :::: for samples then buy .
Tkanasv....... .14. .. street left on Tuesday; last for a week's. also th. property of Mr. 1oII11erl..hk-b those. who \knew and appreciated bis I a combine witr fra..ctea "j
t hunt and fish down the river.. They .the thief Induced .the pony worth as a man and citizen drawn Stanford baa Just what you want in stock, Jl

t i -'; S A, HIMPSOM. F. K.! went by 'all boat which left here with The strangest part of the business is there to assist. in the last sad rites, new tityle Oxford's. '_' S all times. u .S H. '
"a bone in her teeth." that a new saddle which the pony was add attesting the esteem in which be at 'Telephne your ,. -

":'"" accustomed to wearing, was left. At ws* held. lie leaves a widow and five ICE In any quantity, 'ul weight, wants.WE will the running -
Friday,,'February 30. 1903. The Georgia' Southenn & Florida I last. accounts no trace ef horse. or children to mourn his loss, who have 1 pound, by

S'J' S. n,. is now running through Pullman !thief had been found but Mr. Miller the-sympathies of the entire community ,v.B. MAKiNaoN Co.- a, '" 4 '., 'I.SI-IOESI.
S Buffet Sleeping cars to 8u Louis and and Sheriff Prevail are determined In their bereavement.Week 1. "
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L.OCALNEWS. Chicago; also local Sleeper between overtake, them. See description of An up-to-date line of Men's Straw --

t' ; _:. Jacksonville and Maoon. the pony published elsewhere.A S ana Low Spirited. Hats .at Stanford_' .
', -- -- ,The frloqds of Mr*. Gregory A correspondent thus describes his Klssimmee Drug Co. .E '
.. many / few, days ago< Sheriff I'rev alt received FOR milk cow Par- F.'H
. 'Spark. Show Feb..20... who has been"quite Iii recently, telegram from the authoritiesla experience: "I can ..tron,11'recom- SAL-F..h .
L a
:.. '4. will be pleased to know that she Is mend Heroine a. a medlol_ of remarkable ot. 1. .
:" ", ,.;" ,. ,Watch our "Business Locals., convalescing. W.hOpe her recovery Polk county requesting Swain him to who arrest olHoacy for indigestion loss Just _hd.-Ft.. ba.l. of Old.PnQ'il'I.lf' I j .
one Major colOied I IS
,.... "Early vegetable are beginning to will be speedy and permanent. was wanted in. Polk for some crime of appetite .our taste In the mouth (Ookeiibelmr ; 1 S 111
L, ; palpitation headache drowsiness atten Card .f ....
move:5. Judge, Bolcombe arrived in town committed there. The Sheriff soon 6" S Ti. .
. '"0- .<:If you want to buy or sell anything yesterday, from. Arcadia. Tbe Judge had his man located but ho. scentingdanger meals with distressing; mental. depressions right. . E HitARPCN. We wish to . ; many kind ; S

S I "try oar "w.ln..local" column.. DOW has eight thousand acres enclosed shook the dust -of Kl. lmmco be and low spirits. for" .rbIDemu.t such Call and ..Pre.'. line of Spring friends for their kindness, nelp aadtrmpalhy L- ;. .: -... ;
a unique preparation during the and .
.' .t.- with twelve mile of ''fencing, off his feut and took passage on the and Summer .IDe. '
;..... ' :M. Wlllson Jr., made a trip to Into which he hit recently put twenty "ankle express". toward Orlando. case as mine for a few doses entirely I'eath of Mr; C. C, bus- ... HbOrlflnuorof- - . t
\-.100V\\
:. : ,.i vPclai>do on business.: few!' days ago. Ilgh.grad Hereford heifers. ; Almost Intuitively the Sheriff learned my com l.IDL. I wonder All winter. goods at cost a nd below. band and father, and pray that Ood' L1 SHOES Low c. ..SHOES ,.
: : at people going on suffering or .
.. .-4, "VWI1. dont forget to giveu* th*: Mr. O. B.'lioloomb, of New, York car.this f.c.0 About ho seven gave miles chase north on a of hand town spending' their money on worthless Guloe & BraVton: will bless them.Sincerely MBS. C. K. EARNEST, .y....... ....v.._ erw' 1 .
unless ,
new*-tor bow can we tell It we who 1 I. spending a few day at the things, when Uerbln In procurable S
Dr. Hunter
.' he was. rewarded by ne" luK tbe fugi I Kalola is no stranger to AND CHIUMUEN.Seed 'I
'ifII'A.:1', /: ;' are told r . . Grave House, was a pleasant callerat live ahead. Suddenly the negro left and ao cheap." COo a bottle at Osooola Pharmacy. He S S .
f:..' '..J o **A The "persistent advertiser 1 the busltne the VslieyO.iete office on Wednesday and Pharmacy. sold m.n.arerOI. \ In Georgia,

the road took: rapid flight through .v..1 Potatoes.
.. man who. complain .!the less of Mr. liolcomb l has beard of ourflue Cie woods. The Sheriff gave orders and like bundr. of othe. will tellyou rtrtt't'ttt1Jft'i"t"r"'JI'1"t't"'tr'ltr'ft' '?" " ' '?" " ' '
S fishing and came down tu try his W. C. T. V. Notes. We have Just .I.ed a solid carload -
of Its
i duUUwee. : '. 10 his helper not to lessen his sjwed m..I'- of !.he very. Irian E ; /
i; ."' Be-1 Romeo:t'i : the 'largeet Unn., on "luck. : ', but to pass as If the fleeing man had I The VT. C. T. U. held Its 'regular .. spring just arrived at tatoes from Houlton,8 Mal. P E'

I Show & JClssUnmee Mine host Chspman: of Hotel Klssimmee been unseen. H.Ir. mile further on the home of Mrs. ,0. ) .
: earth, with Sparks .a._. threw himself from the business meeting at Guice A shipment. Early Dl. Triumph E"" C. W. GRIFFiN 3.
I " Feb. Mr'- loses no opportunity W add toILe the omoer moving LuU following and Pride of the tu\b., Variety "
, ''t attractiveness of the hotel groundsand : car, flattened himself In the short Overr''Th. pram wool Suits, M, and qualit.y.guaranteed. E S. 3i
John U. Spark Railro.dSbow.l.U in keeping with this idea. has this grass that grows along the railroadand was arranged for thq lilt of $9 M.d.oro..l, at-Perdew's, tb.TaloI. W CAiutoN Co.
: hilled for this place on t.be6t.b Inst.S. .-, week added a number of choice rose awaited development He had Mr. Bal0l) 110.'n AT& OIE-

tI' .next Thursday.: bush. to the flower garden of that not long to wait but was soon rewarded On I'rld. evening at Mrs. Phtnn's _ _

Attorney'W.:'J. Bear and. Sheriff popular hostelry.Mr. by eeelng his prey coming totallyunconscious r.ldeno Y. W, C,.T. U. will givea We sell the famous-ivory Bap. I Stove wood.We i Fancy Groceries
of the trap into which ho float*-Gc. Klaslmmee will furnish Stove .
.."''tt. Prevatt went up to Orlando pn buslf -. and, Mrs. Plttard of Athens, was walking until the imperative order rptoa.Saurd., afternoon from 2:30: to - -5--- ered to any part Wo. d.I" famij' ,

J f. .00s5 lad Monday Oa., who have spent some time -here "Throw up your band., came toils : p. m.; at the bom Mrs. Ault- Have you seen the Bargain S .Counter St.r.odMAYfA&o tow 1.0 p E -

.,: S , 'Mr.;'A'. E.-Beerden I* making some as guests of the Park Hotel left for ear. This be was nottlow Inobeyng man. tbere.will a reception and at Dann's. '

;: :. ". improvement"* on his handsome residence -' their borne.. lashMonday. During and the prisoner wala*t>iought to mother's: meeting.The . 8mlU' Nerve Jb torer. : : EATS_
of
See
:
lot<< to South Klsalmmee.: .' their stay they made many friend town and kept until Tuesday hen be young people are especially : Oulc. Batton' new 111. I .
I", .. our people who will be pleased be . Bprillf 00. Sho. This 1s guaranteed to
among was turned over to an olHoer from urged to FrlcUy I 'llln.
confined present ,
bis "tIDI .
-: for. Dr.a;day Perdew or .'was.recentlv.. We room are too see them return at any time, Polk county who,c.m. for. him. The and me n. Bailey who b. tD New Goods! New Goods!) Watch caused Sure all by. Nervous' Prostration 1 I. *. true IW Delivery every day ,at any hpur) patronage solicited = 5'

bim aqd about" again tfio far have been able to learn capture,was 1>10f\ f the DO.w.. ever . years "Y" orll'.nl.r the show window at Dann's.A oy.rork J il
S. ., ,glad, to see "up' a* we >> knew of and mark our Sheriff a* own State,- and is pleu Nerve r.wre. Nervous uwLttuLutuLuL5uL11Lu 1ULilLilU1ULULU1tILU1U1ULUWWir'.w I
however. .. : na damage' whatever resulted to the S Vitality or Loss of It will
.
; v, an expert.MARRIED.. to met the young ladles and ID\I. .line of Shoe Just arrived atGuice Manbo.
well hundred feet Indepth groves or gardens In this county from S not only relieve DMOU'trouble _0' __
S 'A driven was down ODe for th. Parson .be cold snap .which visited us this ...-At the ofllos of J. W. men.All the ladies of the town invited .- Br.la'* and weaknesses but wi nw... t.b u ,' .h' '

Caul Co.,put last week at Southport week \beginning Monday with highwinds. Harwell J. P.k In this place at two to meet Mrs. Bailey at M.... Ault Our' good are good. good, and to full vigor and -..-...Y.9. IiIIruI.yrqrv.V.. i.p. i.
.The lowest marking of the thermometer m., Tuesday last Mr. Macon Osoeola I'bsrmac 2 .
residence of Tom Baa o'clock..p. man's and hear her thought price low a* the lowest, with a Free sod and sold at ; ,
i.bo "
it which was reached Dowll of Stanford and N. F. C. Lu. W. '
was G. motherhood of Prize with each Come and c :
1(1'1
S, Mr*.. R. Irvine, mother of )Jr. 0. ; Tuesday nlgb*. S Miss Maggie May: Barney "Ibis.. our natoo.l.tur.YIIII' .,. will lec see how It Is done ul'Oba.-at Banns .The only kidney Care I 'ThT W '

F..Parker of this place returned to Humlnston Northfleld, Coon., place took upon themselves the bonds church at 7:18: Uar..tc = Monumental
her home In Orlando Tuesday last, O., Conn., and H. that bind them together In the holy estate We ask all who "are suffering with I I. Smith' Kidney Cu. Your ;. pa : j4.
1.[ Dunbar. m. .
but we learn expect to return to Klsslmmee -, Oakfleld Plymouth Conn., were a trio of matrimony Judge Harwell officiating p. afternoon Mrs. Bailey will SSunday Indigestion, Kidney and 'Liver troubles druggist will refund your money I k

In th* near future.. Smalley visitors who enjoyed themselves In bis most felicitous m.n.lIer. address to take Kalola. As to its m. .f talrna on b"t" you are t[I S MNU.ACTU..O. .. S.
Of lolly thl L.1 Temper.o..loa . cents at ;
The contracting parties are comparative and it. popularity w* can, and .011. .1 .
'ur
eausedseveral few
S. 'Tbe high wind of ,Monday In and around our town a bere the bridearniving.witb iri the churb Osoeola 2 Marble Granite
Dish hundred of references in
strangers;: : our PaMae
of the boat on the lake to day recently. But for limited time All the children of the dll..n' Bun- '
her family from Barlow 1.1s But ". to
. .. drag<:' anchor to such an ..tten'b..' they would have spent more time here but a few day before, and the groom day alo1. are e.pl.l to crul. Dr. Hunter a of pleasure. a TinjGerman ,
'
when. the wind lulled and tbe water re- and promise' to come earlier next sea be A cio Tablets.
pr.elll Headstones and
J coming as a representative! of a northern Pharmacy, a home reference. H* the
coded the boat were on dry land.. lund.y { at 7:16: II the Kbok.udl&orlumrtl Syrup t .plal prescription t
about
' picture enlarging concern be held Is .el qualified to tell you what Ka Dr..
4 .-MrAlvy.'wb'o live In North Klslmilaeer son.The Twenty-fourth State.. Conventionof the same time. They met, and It wasa .. -The a mass m. etc. S nrated German F.lelaa.A and 1 o. [ Got; Harrison Street Tampa, FJOr d"1 .

bad the mUfortuneefewdey* the Georgia Young Men's ChristianAssocIations case at first sivnveye" looked love will be closed at that hour so cburcb. to be most for fr
ago to scald her fingers severely by will be held at Columbus to eyes that looked .g.lnl'-ln' fact ev- attend.this fob'al lo"ledA .. .. In medicine. It ,
It Vo
may temperance Can't at Right .
rl- Sleep
S. ,placing them In a *soLution of-potash February 21-24, 1W\ >3. Reduced .erybody's. eye were looking at "the ly. t.nd quickly. cure .Cough, Cold and all IishOsd. .. NelBsla aI.I&

S. and for several I.day ah., wa unable rates have been secured on the railroads as they, unsuspectingly If not Every: one Is expected to come and use Smith's Nerve Restorer. It I is a Uing trouble of the severest .. '
and free entertainment will b* : cement truenervs ton U. Will cure any case aat. ** R.ildiveusrbts; ParalikeA S1jliiiuijlija.sc
S. innocently, perambulated our
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u> uesth.ia.. : their friends, and their friends. a* U doe, the 4fmmmmrmfmrmmmmmfmt1mmmmm
Tb State. Committee and until b..IDI of Nervous Prostration; does not contain I.IDI. e
went uo to Orlando provided. .treeU ( sylvan retreat) and leaving
Parker part a __ - -
.Sunday Judge and returned that, night with through the column of this paper extends "much.Ik was occasioned thereby." Five new members Join the W. C. opium In any form. Sold by strong and healthy condition. 1 1 1* .- ... _--. .. ,

MrsParker, who bad been on a visitto a special Invitation. to tbe men So oblivious of 'Ver1blnaaDd. everybody T. U. this week: Mrs. Mrs.Weathirbee :Osoeola Pharmacy. S not an .. but S -

relative thr* for avera.Uda/a. of this community be represented. had the stranger-lovers become and Mr. Short, and Mr. stood !the.perln..11" .- .- ,

W* ere-'pleased .kJ' know that. her The Tlmea.1nlon'mallH the following that fears began to be entertainedthat John Overstreet and Mr. L W. Paulkas A Flaie Bf.It faction' In every case, which It.. rapidly -

..health. continues Improve. editorial mention of Capt. Rose's "sbmelbtng real desperate"would honorary members.Caeoer has been demonstrated by I laalllll' sal every season con -
disinterested au.1uperlm.at
S Show In work as Stale Chemist: "Capt. Rose's happen unless some here in ". .. million bottle sold
The John H7: Spark every friend went to their assistance.iut .- lad. To _
than met Its every Promise, report 1* sufficient evidence that a should U fall ? Who CuredMr. that native . can be made Into a* nually. Bb' German Syrup was a
:way. more audience mad op of Merid square peg ha been fitted Into a who but Prevail upon. the.Sher- W.. W. Ptokett, SmIthfield, III., fine and toothsome beef a* that . United State$ la SS
plvsalng people.-t.i.rldlan. (Miss.. ) square bole If'any evidence wa indeed Charley writes Sept..10th, IWUi\ I had been grown and fattened In lbs west. 1868, and I I. sold In every town
ian' beet 111' whose official duties and much ex- T
S .Jan. 82 1902. Will exDibit still needed In addition to the man's Buffering H..rl.an wltl a cancer, made by. W. I* and. village In the civilised world. ,
Times mad. hIm epetlmD'.ar
,Daily. IflMlmmen Feb. 26.S. .' character and work. Times-Union wrlenoe therein have as on my ,face, gave great annoyance 01 tbe 16th of Novemberlast Three dosea will relieve any Olal = ivu. LINE: or- -0
5
at .i.e especially. pleased to read of the polished in self Introductions as a and unbearable itching., I began the selectingan oougb. Price Z and 75 o x O e.
". Assistant: }Postmaster Conolr of appreciation accorded his report in French dancing master. So the duty was using Ballard's Snow Liniment ox of mature.sprlnt flesh. : : .oo.. ;

Punta Gorda was taken to*Tampa I.. Scat exchanges-more power to ell to him to suggest a method their to thelove.lck for a .0'leg and through an accident It tlDa. Monday when-the ox ,Myateno :, ,. Ladies and dents' Burial! Eobea.I \ 34
swains how .Cln..I-
l Friday by Deputy United State Marahel hi.. arm to do-good." a* to hapilnes ru some of the liniment onthe & and The .5 5 S I ; -- .
bb sad the I.IN8 ;
be Sole .1.ul'bt. OnewaipsIe AND
could mad
Soha Conoly 1* aecused complete. 'fCJ FURNITURJ
MMrlre almostInstant aa
< letter' containing Julius Hyde ha. "been lookingdown" presented, ,his card suggested a cancer ae U gave me scale showed his 1110ibs. other fresh and ,.','Whence the :, K'INO HC1UNB a ...
a I decided continue to 5- 5 .SANDABI
of opening to of Z70 lb It.weIjht .
a gain
or over
rn.f I
balance of the might "coolbl.. She who with
the visitor
community walk thaltha
on ; OBDBIU BT VAIL OB ?
't B2.000.In check.. and. appropriatingU S this week not that be ha com fevered brow." They. took In SouthClsslmmee use the oa the cancer. In a before the experiment began, use Dr. King's blu.hll Pillsto OiVBraoMrr, ATT..T.OM.. .. : .
eootnts.oi short time the my and a of Increase 1 In | tEs RaPATSJXO An PACICO
dally average
into unexpected rlphes or has been>> !..he'pDI.* lake breezes, eaecm out maintain It By gently arousingtb E .
.
t > : and Mr*. H. C. Trlgg1; Gla'gow *- appointed. to ,any. 'position. of great the shade of the court house trees-es face healed up \ the weight of three and ,_.Lb lb.Wal..r laxy organ they compel good direction ; ruaMITOU. I '.5
: I.** winter here, of slightest soar left. ba. implicit .. Bat and 1 : AfiMT FOt THB OBOBOB W. CU'I OO'8 MONOMBNTB, BCADBTOBBBI
-r K) < who: spent. honor or re.pon.lbll1\.J-lIofobln. and the temporary separation from the merit, of buabr b.ot tip"'lo :
faith In of
Sunday and are plea'aptly *- "turn his head" desire preparation. and patrons Osoeola I I:_ SS
arrived on tb* kind could ever its lady love caused him to a tb Try Z .P
f
:,\\ located, at Hotel Klsslmmee. .. be is.too well balanced for that.de's ..- further acquaintance with our ofliclali.Judge and It oannot be too highly recom bea a.tl.beef ever slaughtered .. ,
2fio COo and $ For sale m wtuLluuwwliUU_
;. where", &he.wUJ.peael.he..IDd..O.. only. been>> keeping the even tenor Johnstoq was introduced into mnde. l. .. m rke Mr. Van Dusor fed the -' ,- ____ lwwiwww'WWWl

: the winter. CoU-Trlgg. i**prominent. of his way a* a hard working painter whose sympathetic ear be told bis'tale Ol. Paaf. animal .Orlum. ...potatoes,

: oaakerevad !railroad magnate.' and as such has been putting another of woe" the result of which was List of Juror.drawn cotton seed \, uodel

.::: .Dr. no"Laud." .., a prominent phy-. .coat on th* court house cupalo.'Hotel .. that which the when' Judge Issued executed a document and attested ,- for sevloe at tbe Spring term of the...Xpel'\D'.)to en.feeding. '*f , .
.lAIm.to
l'Jtelaa, of BrldgepoH, Conn.. who has Klssimmee. Is entertaining properly Circuit Court to be held and for the the native oath!. W.LVaaDiizbr&Co.BROKERS
.. made the two as one, which wa II b.
been- peodinir a f.w week at Hotel fifty delighted...... A. lady guestat stated county of Osoeola day of \
done in form above
ample as
L Kllmme slid 'fishing and bUIltinI'don the hotel In peaking to a 'representative -: M arch next: birlaalli Z Ar You Reatlea at Night
'* fcl 'home on % lie ceremony was witnessed by a num MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
river left for stated that .
!th thIs ,
of paper W. Moseley, ,P. And herrtased .
bad TJe
Doctor wee highlpIeaesd her of uninvited and curious guests L A.'Y. by a cough ,
".'.lia&arda'J"U mine host Chapman wa running Jhe, wish 'them well. O W. . Ballard'a Borehound \
but who feel Syrup,
and will we sure Jab.wol. :
.. here .
with hi and 1 wil
stay ,
the most approved up-
louse In Charles ,
.. They left at midnight for Sanford ) Daea&a. you sound sleep and "
,. doubtlee. return. next wID..r.A to-date stylet and winning golden where we p..um.be groom took up H. J. Hancock, .W. J. S. are prompt and .dloaloure. 2fic, COo and '. Mills! 4

-" trade haust} been"'oonjummated opinion from all who were. so fortunate alsoI the thread of his. business which was E.. Dann A. E' Bass, I Oia Pa&1wapi. E.STATE' Saw 'and Planing

;\;, which Mr.'A. J.. *) of Uertow as to top with him. She at .o suddenly-broken In Klssimmee. H. Lawson, McCutoheon, S REAL ,
stated that In all her experience hotel .
.beoome tbe owner of the magnlfiosntjTatock F. W. Farnsworth A Ball Skew a Hood Osie.
: the and she had never been>> thrown with B. C. Lee Lanler I U ANO.E. Now lon. CompleteflOu5sBWSFUtflthed'oxth.s
: of eattl and pasture Rob 1 ., .Hun "..JoII. n per&
the S MVB; all Kind*.
of
M..Baynard. so congenial party as guest X BaUon. Yellow Pitch and Lumber
land of Mr. E. S. \ '. \
.
.4 grazing H DB.re. Sparks' Old Virginia Uhows .a P Tiber '
"I
This now stopping; at the hotel. She thinks ) .
Auburndale, in Polk county. H. B.II. nooooooootc : : :
of Material ( A o.n rli>g-ol 'ous-of the old I'proYed'blwh1 .
{1 property I. located sbont twoty-lx. that next season lbs hotel ;will have Printing fl H. Bnd-. C. > tp. those ., ..T. J'' :;

east o'D.rtow.The paine 1'.14 all th. guest. it can accommodate.. W.. R. Qilberi, Jr.. .a'I.'ar \
mIles who
:, understood :POA eAT..4 .ri. ..ade Le .yester-- . MAYNARD Co.
frtl. not given out, but It U Sunday wa a high\ day at St. JamesChapel Lee Thandyr0. E Franklin, day. ,
"
to_ be a good round' sum* :: .:.. S H. H. Bratton. 8. Partln.- :
Rev
A. M. "E. Zion church.' two exhibit Ions here
y.S .5r ..5 ..., . Stanley Remington.AMeat 1olrouga" _;_ e _ _
i: ,We had the pl... re on Tuesday of'meeting M.' Edward (.:Church B.' 8.,'of Homeland Durrw.Rb ,. .nrllooa and evening, both .. t.5. .
an -old friend in the person ,' graced the church .at ..3 and 1:30: Gift of which u aLe. Not . .
S".lof 'J.'" 11..I'oh.'O. .sS MeKlnnon-rprentln*; p. m., to the' delight: 0' hi* many '''Jfor.Bale the : ..t' wlt.tudlw 11 oadl'loa .
:"; CbriswpbsI.is4.: .ksonvUin; friend, the i Rev. showing' himself to WEriKtvy\ ; "" Would 'be'.the) 1or foreseeing \w.l.her! ., night, many C

who was Olt hi. reguUrJl.lt \o this be a ripe scholar. ,His sermon .was a *: now \Jaed In' eventS.This hop A the rain and through

S pal of -the 8....... 'By way, be I I. logical treat to the elty.Come again ""-: :prinUna ',the Valley knowledge.of the future wuld' . the muddy .t In wae to avail

of the eUvereet of traveling' men, FJder Church., Order of church service happiness. There ..oun.ome themselves opportunity to
one lI .
.f and one of the finest la ....., which A. M. )i. Zlon church: Sunday *'Oazettee7tolumn. ooun->: tblna about. .. .we ness the show CITYBAKERY1S
'
when we State II:4fc ....yloe" 11:30: know. Instance, energy The throughout .'
;t our people will agree to school. : try Campbell: one.old, style, .IM o alr' was .0.
- tha$5b 1 U ,"dead stuck f*,on our aq.... m4) preaching each Sabbath at 3:30: amblID-.ael and all .nded pronounce .
i i' and 7:30 p. m. Everybody 1*' most 6:9 Qordoiv..Jobber:lot news shows U will be> followed one of the b popular bow _

':,. Mr: and Mrs.wife X* El and: Berbeau child ,of theireldest Sil.S ;cordially invited. to attend the service "and 'job"eha eB, stone. body' by .01'complant' If. Do. that ."e.-1.lt the city.pr S -- _. : : '
and
eon } MABBBAIX P, C. trou .
1 *. A-A. ,, .
exhibit' Kla
..... Creek New York Florida arrived Special.on Batayla It- W. H.'_KINO Bnpt. 8., 8" ,and.''display ..tn. > Will.. be'fOld quickly. In any event, Sp.b._ on Feb. wU" 1 .
.,: by the Bitters will restore you M . The i
-. .1. he Intention. of the party to eojoura Last Friday Will Button and Dan cheap.t .' I E11 It build up and --

L.fpr A a .remaladar of the winter OB Murray were arrested. In Sanford upon II I Invigorates.tl,st nns.5 Only t t' Hor*. Btetwej, Line' Itil

thr I !" on the; laland. request of Sheriff. .. Prevail who too. Satisfaction'Ouartatead. byoeola From my lot 1 U fclsslmmee on Saturday 1f 1//
( '
I
'!' InoTdentill/ enjoy.the ,.Satan<*; and.bunUmr afforded beraa.b them that night. 1'be1'were ,wanted S Trug.dyhv.nted. S .i_ .5 "" bay posy; ha four white feet and I S r- .i,
bo.-W& Bar *> 1* a*', ........1a i .here to answer charge. eoaneotioa .S'''JB* la the nlekr\ eCttme far, little Treat U i having bis store enlarged blase face: branded "L. BJ'onshonlderaad tkese rndaeed. tke .Orado IIcEuftkn1 I. Z

5; 110 am eYW OYS Fiord, its. fn"5"'., with the assault.*.with' Intent to murder boy we saved"writee Mrs.; Watkins. and n.l The. parUUosi which "E"o.hip; about seven years A |MSB-4sl ..i :

'J ellmaU* and future. mad. by \........ Holloway .*nd of ,Pleasant City,' OhIo '-"Pnetuno .. and \one. _) had sore on left *id. of ,back. 'a. ; uoodsx" Crackers f r

''wtlle'la'Miami''' recently Vt BfO.Staaford Annto Klrkland, mention of which wa ala bad played sad ,haroe with hlnk, Eled >y Dr. Perdew ,b o Wa carried:off wearing' new Cuban 'I ; ,,,41. r

of ,tnlavplaee purcbadtM_ mad In our last LM_ .'On, Saturday and a terrible. ooulI'b.D\ beeide. Ya b aD4pton\ bridle with rope-reins; whip on end Fire Insurance: S = uf f 1H c4TY aakN = r 7 : :
... tried in Judge John- Doctor treated him but b* ,.grew put rslo, no brow band throat o ,
S /. R..Q....e,' Dan Murray was or latch. ,. 'I yyrt.rv'p-'vvi
- ,; nt.reMot Mr.L.dBt.aford&Co.- \ .\Oa'..court j,lor ,carrying-oonos4 d worserry. day', ''A' leoKth we j] tried A large,new soda fountain wl.w A liberal reward for his return ,or Intormatloo 'ts i. . J Ike .saea 5 -zs-: .

IQ .. ... ot '..The arm: nam.'*e .n.Bot'ba I IS weapons.H wa bound over to 'the Dr. Kino: ; New .Dlaoorery "for Con be 11i acainst the i li ,,lead tag to the arrest of the '1> aesM I... . -.S -i.4-? : "

01 that. .. pIeee.win ......' .!tV. olroult court; la the oaf.'of WOO.' The stinpUon and oar darting was ..a"ed.He' _l tA $ .|:a' thief. .J.-W._Mmjc I I-/tIe ... .' |,. .
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. tO 10M.... captor of th* two mn was I a slaver ,now sound and well.'Everybody and other f. $ ; tbeputfUon S -.r-----' : j 1
AA. .... ...a ia inS IoN 1P. -- oIl'orkbe.,tart of Sheriff ought to know lts\the\ only ure Will be 'W'' oee of The Quaker Male Quartete -appear 5
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--' 'z.'r -- _-.-_ houU J' t tbeti QF:( ,Th'*.'squabbling *nd'yelling' anU ..actualg"NtinB"t .:
'I W lli >rti, rd.J'Tti "Up'fobkof* ieyolm CIP lIQN > eY show-hem fir ITtbelr A'TLANTIC.COAST tINF P
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1 \ ,t , -tl ( plant Is an dn' faith U pinned to this'superstition, and : 9ifiiWgr] rs.
POULTRY. nrr.1011'
,;. .: 10.nl to the *y .e'l: > f'I the" victor 'lsj.borne. away >qwitbshoutNumd
'. : lT_ lt;%! ?" iejdugup -ith I I his own country IJ.6< Kee.wrfuld} 'c"he.r ,while the Ies.,t4ortitnay Dlf
,"" '..t''' It, Mt4 8ee tree. 'Hence greater care is requited have dared'' to raise his lowbrnete one* slip away with black eye*. bleed 'J'hr Line from Florida.COAAHCTOAS.
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,t v" r &._. Wbio' ,saw.a ." .u.c hi removingTronf the nursefy' tHui' even so high a* Toy Duk't. litle ing noses, and .omilim. serious The "tl.tal a ..
'" 'r;. with most tree* Even extreme but in this c5iimntnl.wheraeverything 1 .R .
... Will. At,... t1o. P..lbF with crippled feet btekagea ,
tJjI ,; care-4h ropt. will deraeyahottened it pts iblebe promptly, fell Chew JJang bided his tim unti Kee / . '
: Xadnetry. tap many ,, injove,with her on tie approved Ami entered the Ii..1bea{took iJli. place < : : TIME TRIED AfD /? PI"QTEO
t 4 "The foundation upon which the poultry that. this shortening i* benefkiaUbynducing erican,"plan. ,'He the street { limit '* hi*',right a"n-very .. t '

i t" industry rest is the meat and eggs a. grr i.i-l*tgTal .pre : fl which she bau.te her il straight. , and guarded it from being '. ,, j. MaaufattuiBd .a vnH.all'tbe!ieq'lr !t $

; .' pruced,11'n i many (arm,*.of,diversi the root*. t ticed lve.. Ibis eye turned.up jostled by the scurrying crowd 1' ; ,

./ .- ,v) ld product. It isjrom these that the' fiel .r*, planting outan dinI' at the .corner 4wywesIenib.way, -W* the bomb',rose.in; the air,'and all '. EastKEY 't" Qver its ow rIls, to Savannah, Charleston, ROVEGAADEN' : : REL.DIt ,
t dozen of eggs and the mil should be thoroughly prepared) resultant of the it, Bang edgedup E ,
": miion. fcid and for he wt, the unhappy eye* were riveted upon 1 Richmond! and Washington thence via the rt ,
fowls are iathered and delv. Heel. 101u' deep tpo opposing forcesOiinete"birth and. to Ken], and when the great scuffle o. , -f- you. Tomatoe. Celery Btrawbwi jer e _
I Iu .r v cd through the : toil from' ttte le flninln . began hissed into his ear, with an ugly' Pennsylvania Cabbage, we U r.tOI a IQI a', for Ukoia.- that karbown

grocery store to the consumer. thoroughly pulverized lore,beInic- And Toy also imbued with .the Ipirltof yellow ifmile,- R R tlol.1 t= 8lmoa\ lira. 10"pl I t beat fruit poaducia,, ,/

% i f Many chickens and eggt, some ducks. turned. I not naturally -ich'this.soilshould American independence had so far ''1 have to settle with you. Il _" la Wv yetura pracJucaJevper.
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a r.maJl. Dumber of geese; and-a smaller b wel wood declared her emancipation,from Oriental leach you intuit' my daughter" / _--- I.C.D ha,.aPt m 5ija cruu that all the .

-u. ., _., - -.- .. ,sainrbeei'at, turkeys .produced upon. wel contamins.1 IsAgVlyfbl,,Manure tinmnmia..The1d1cptaceitatthe.earn44trtt, fertdi, tIIIOI'ai to return his Ran *-ffm. Th bomb hud turned'and 'w.coming 1 Louisville &: Nashivillevia. i Montgomery.. .anufalarr stat,. Bealdea .pla -.eapJmU f II, (r wecej- jg
c "the: village., town'and ; *hulter To .aure down. It Kee got out of range he I : ry kinds of BETIUZIN 1 MAT1U1U.ID CIIUUQAL. ., ,
par of them ifo'are.er' tree i in The sl.its-were.- eaV that stood the well
n '<- er*, (, .in.ICIfcnt. percentage imlverlred soil should nursery.pressed lightly peeped .through her sleeve b1-"Get wayl" snapped at Dant. ) e Mobile &Ohio, R. R. via. Montgomery., I the resets of growers a fat they sboul onrJs u 1
*t'a+ and : AMUONIATUSutaiiini &
e itr'wa 'mad flirtationt Toy'
theadored"
V "t.to' luleV many exclusive around unless the 'aoilis \ But ,_ .__ .
rf egg farms the most i alrudy"th"tS""d ve. in ..umctentquallily bled at I her audacity. The. doughty 1,11 by the sleeve toward lheedge of ;-r ' MutphALe .moD "' 1t .

oaeMiul prs.4h aewhjcbbuy largely should poured on the Chew Bang her latherjnotonly kepthi tlir mob Via'Saann.b and Ocean 'S'ean/shlp' Company, for New NIUat S ..

t I. frnti %far,?..bt of fowls 'andegg. arotind. tTev'bl fever Jhis- he 0,1.; *balcony\ latticed more tecurely than "It you touch me again III kick )01out. Philadelphia, ',.' '. Orlt Blo' \. and have ,'. line' of customers' mulning the lull,should be.placed. those of hi*neighbor but the.Istiice ." Rce muttered in desperation, York Boson Yortk. IIIIrd. BI.D 1.C.p./ "-

r1*. neuIusto.whom ddlivryjgm.ic, Pecan d. ''reauire''n uch cAre tor I ''work was of iron bnwhIdt. ! ;made the Bht/ 'oUUBang:.with'the agility,of a TO E E.t't' Via .Steamer' to* New" Washington' and. ..B 81u 4

!. ircfi, .. ucceslul; tranlnhiing." When taketiron" little balcony Mnkmgly like a prison Cal, had caught the knife from In* The. Baltimore.:' Be Ou.te.r. ..' "' '-

,5-, 'thfl *reed t of thorongh- the"hurserT allr'broken or lace "- And now.aftet three hundred and six ateete< and Kee felt cold, slmrn ,reirandrik Via'Savannah)) and Merchants A Miner Tralprton .aDI.. .j ..4. 'aH ::.

4 e eele> perfection ted roots'sbould 1 bp removed,-and cars ty-five monotonous, colorlessdnvs. penetrating betwr\,11l' rib* a* and Bright ''Ot Seed Meal.'b. Soap
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p, bd.pec1men.in hit' ," prompt 11 I should be >tak ay>to shield theY root . .- Dragon dav had rolled he nnk to the ground. By the time ......... CmpanJfor"Dalim.or- -_-- 'aator Dark, 1'omace. ,Meal' -' -,,-,- 'Jround Coppera.a.l. -' I'

_',. a-desire for'comparison with the (torn the sun,snd 19 prevent them ar-tbe only day ,mall| .the stnpi'lyear the IviwU-had-descended, and had been ' Itl-aulphrde Oarben.4. :
v.", pro- becoming dry ""1'I I little Toy however," Chew B.ng''waR WEST ,Via Peninsular & Occidental oySter BticUs for Poultry.
worth caught
Auction_of other fantler. and, such JWII; a p"n. ,POTASHES, I'arla Orovii .,
FfiRTIUZlNG.l tide of the crowd and !' gsnra.1s'
other .
y the '
"C-a comparison-1 JitU ,utaidintton iMuriate .
fullest' vlty.own '
: obtined. .e extf lf'th'orchard: is planted in.rich al 1. Imgat. cssiofl. orerrun wllh. interested spectator.. AND Com ". ,
', tnt in *he *howroom. The bcst'olr M<. o nn I i. Steamship pan TOB.. OOO UATKKIALBt I
: ? everything In animal.and vegetable life luvinl lands it will tequire little 0,nrertilixer < invading horde of chattering lahhennl Meanwhile the beautiful Toy was still HAVANA 'High Grade Fotaah -
*.' If ; n is 1requeniJrtlme'case and craning her neck Low Grade Potaab Cut Tobacco
I bowevc i wa aearpely mmlii'R *to sterna
I* the re.ultof, tprrliefatlhere hcnet "
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patient, .
\4f' painsukmg'ex- I ,. ,
,> to ferliliiwrQii contestant ,
s t pcrlmcnr 'and' selection. ) owner d..ire bodied Chinaman for twenty miles to* follow . tal KaltUt. .\ No. ) Jrouud Totmeoa,
d f. \ : Generation! of the MILEAGE ,.
should study he-age at the, of stabbing\ was 1"CKI. Canada Dardwood Ashes KIIIB Urouud'Tobaeeo :
"p. ,PUt have engaged in the -work. (Oena around who"wad 'notJnoklll When" the report mile of ,the '. '.
f > orchard and prepare the fertilizers ac 'through the crowd she Instant fberjmhang'esble mig 4leke 1o.er 110 among principal ,4. Baled,Toltecoo Btema
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4m ., "aOflOfomewiIItontjnue! it. The cordingly. (,Jr the tree arf young and< great dragon parle. PUlr out.along the sidewalk until she railroad id eatea .te Ar the pr elpl.p.t. ., PUOSPUOI'IODlmolved 'ACUJSI. L ooree Ground Tobacco.
'- 4 ,'*v1 ed.pd will continuevto only growth, is sought fpr, thejerlili On this eventful day the Chlne'ewA- Kee lay Port to New noD ' All "
Sleeper .
poor Pultrtiait guaranteed nnleai-ued and
.readied ;the pot where Through Tam. Atlantc"ca.tI u (*utain
breeds down the long .
Produce for thai and ""
; T us and fruits should consist largely'of nitrogen. men are ,
zers rriVnup on the ground ller conntrymen i inel also Via Atlantic Coast I4ne Railway Acid Phosphate all their fwUlUlog sad Uu' i-li''.tuwropertlee. .
prostrate
-j-e*>e>* y Prtect.ex pmphficationt ol the doc adiiliontd.ol; (, course,, by' .m'l qoantilte streets. Dlk sat rlgidty.uprightin were too .mudi excited to dq "frank W. D. .Stark, Traveling Passenger D'.aolved.Hone Black. ., ,,
Aant
', *ktrinetJHhe -vvo* of the fteahl .dc phophdl.t fic% 'ouh. a carriage Jak.onvn
..-, ._hrjtyotbtood .f This- should contain at le t ance a \llwo- lory .-head-dress of:feanfitimind nnythlng because- lbber Toy was woman -cent Traffic' Manager, W. J. Cral,.' Glneral Wilminctpn E O. Painter Fertilizer' .Cl v"

_the best of care through generationi two parts'of nitroRVtrro one part (acof wonderful construction. ; ; while tile .L '. fill ,'.-'.. .nn>'>;in.,... .itt,I,their__ inadequacy . North Carobna. P..en..ACent." )
.yre fjie' factors in hospliortc acid and potash. ot powder On her cheeks IcU ncr '"' ". "v." -- n. -----i ' '
: \ determining''the excellence | lv.r. rice occasion and- glad to ". CKSONVILLErFLA. .4
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A I .of the al rin If,. on the othtr-hnd. the teeslave, iltl tftka 8 h babbed and latigited re.ponlblly.nl to ._ ---------l-- .' = ,-. .--' : ,. ,
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shift the t capable.houldera. -
: ) "SV great mass producers have reached the bearing in this imiiMinl excitement , _ i' _
not( Tenderfy"sheTalsed from San Francisco, I I.'tha.center of i Mi. Lucy Kemp-Welch, tbe anima - - : -
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i, 'he Inclination, the time nor the con dtred. thc.! abov.iiigicdtentt Mould .houl She 'was a'beautiful Ijttle yellow he-might bteathe. This restored fruit Section where magnificent crops o. pone.ie small menagerie "- ,'
that so
they.
."enienc.' for making these experi- .: lady, whdse slippers wtr* la.ly sufficiently for hinvtc have been of pet creature which serve, asmodels. .
mixture. In his consciousness apricot, peaches etc, grown her
1 *'and Tl equal proportions in. the larger than an oyster shellMid.! I"I low cater her capacious .. cJ(1ed'Pecan
comparison* alluvial exist i in speak, but when Tny,bent to for year under nature' watering* At < Trees FREIGHT j.i
l< is peculiarly the province many potash almost as shapeless who bobbed M>oiM her brush ,in the dehneation
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fancier large and in availabl his last word. she heard, not a Iovlnl This Is possible perhaps owing to'tin incessantly ,
t . Upon him the*great army of producers forms quanliie., therefore readily be omitted; < gracefully with the help of f art ))1 en"( farewell but her father's name. great'depth and richness of the soil. It of. equestrian studies," In '

t depend for improvement of the old tnd in any fertiliser destined for the" ant or squatted on a mat, a marvel. "Chew Bang did it," he faltered.. 'be- I. black and luamy and in one instance. which she excel She combine pluck Orange Trees, AttJdiPeaol PREP''I'O' '

m t ._ development of f the new breed -All .oil*. of 'elegance and r lni,. -a., ->.h< cmuise-' 'at least that I observed, dirt that came with genius for 01,1 dx a spiritedhoite Tree..nd, '1
-( .re.qulck to avail themselves I sat in her rftyly ; ( ) too well and serving a battle model In Trees ..
test Upon sandy sails. with young treesthe 'Toy understood only out.of the bottom ot 62 foot was a iiants J
i result and give liberal In: importance of nitrogen' is moore I..r' little almoned eyes d'nclnR wnijiierriinent.mnny waved the bystander back j joto a wider! I lie aame-as'tbeauniace soil. .,1 ore her studio.:escaped into- the street, bu , ", }
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: the poultry world all are part of'' .htrongly emphasized. Not only shOuld foreign t' ".rr turnS circle so there might bc no possibilitjof kirows where hard pan'can be found. nothing daunted the artist rushe .PEARS PERSIMMONS PLUMS, FIGS. MUiBERRIPS"CAMPII. '

"a systrmIpeztricabjy interwoven. The the frrtiizer applied contain an excess "- el< admiringly in her'rirti"n. Hut from his words being overheard. Still even here the growers' are many after, and captured the runaway OR TREES GRAPES ORNAMENTAL TREES AKhR' SHRUBS '
prosperity of 'onis. but the shoulj the ififlment of the t shout, brought back, and continued her L/.RGEST STOCK OF'TREES. BEST QUALITY. PRICES.POHOHA Ii
| "prosperity of! J togen 'Ioi b the '"Who did it? several asked seeing them puttinghi' pumping plant. a.;, hin LQW
4 p all. The financial depression of ii constantly a"illndnc the appenrnnce n r>. could "ask before o against drouth and' they MAtCLENNt'.JI'LA. '
one cropped Kee speak; bin In.urance .
the financial. of all. ruinous ... velvet beam. cesmnn. till alter much .hnxi"R on the ail! .1 Ihc .', I
depression par.ofjhc .soldvcrj drni it is too : say that it pays thenv California } NURSERIES at J MIAMI, .Fl.A.
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be
4. tMankind's| supply of f food product it etc. which should at maturity in finally ; Ihe'IJlterinc Toy turned toward the crowd surging irrigator; >%oulrl probably irrigate work.MORPHINE JACKSONVILLE..I..Ad
on was .
<.1 governed 'largely by conveniences corporated planting with these the crops soil.application At the timeof of low doorway that nll.e,1 led to oblivion un".r.tb.till closer about her, and read- ther'pur- wherever'he crtle.J..I '. .

t Wheat rice plaloa. fish, gme. poultry acid phosphate \VJOD to 400 p uld.peacr. the next parade. Toy w"< .n".dr'," of poir in. their faces. T1iert power gtfsohne' engine will pump Catalogue free upon application. P. O. Box 333 B. Jacksonville, Fla.Tm '
beef etc.. bcome sta- ), and muriate of potash ((50 to 10 notlunn; hit the wonder nnd at the rn-in on the ground whose eyei enough water to Irrigate ten acres and "
4' pie the of'condition.. .plendr looked into her with the much can he raised and mad from ten ,
a pounds per acre), may be advantage that filled her ryes on all sides .lil mr.1 -' .
may determine. As had first stirred the. sues of good land. .
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transportation facilities ously made. They will il.ure a largejyjcs At last. it was all over, and -
". allow, interchange( brmjtsirreat crop and any excess of thcsi Toy Duk's hn".r.holiday wa drawing to a"cToxerToo7T" cipation sure, for Bang would in San Jose' great crop is prunes OPIUM AND WHISKY 'a. :
f variety Taste onherbyOrienla1 custom anther thousands and thousands of 'asrea olriirm
becomes a will 1 L eLttj( > '
,4 determining ingredients -I duverthe : ; > *1i 1 WJH "kept-almrurf. ; EAIT COAST OP PLORIFMu M'.M'
factor. BiHTTYitlfllrd with orchards jof Jen
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_. There are more human beings to corporation gruwinj of vegetable matter: rich Prom securely her parked latticed away as the "rlon. that lalh-r'rAVly7"lok an appeal 1 to her all 1t.nrr.. hornet .theirinidol HABITS CURED. PAJUOISI REGAUIED." ;
balcony .h. : .
i I ,...feed at the present time than ever hea in nitrogen gathered almost entirely K.ilchcd the American girt walking fur vrlllance. for to die with his blood --a kind of agriculture which 1 ,
-ore.bm.! the will not unavenged to a Confucian build There seems IO '
: existence of the race. The from the atmosphere only hlxuii rely at all hour of the day wore up I ""lry.
%s """ */ I. constantly and furnish the tree with the tin*." element and! had than for a Christian to die unthriven."And be no Mich thing as the failure of the PRIVATE BANATORIUM '
cvery4ndieatio independent happv. FLORIDA! EAST COAST
; pnintl inreainl of growth, nitrogen hut will large! herself what. after all. was all the .Ie4 attain *Uc heard the name .of f her prune crop.\ One year the treeS will, hc IF DESIRED. RAILWAY. ,

of such War. pestilence conlinlante and inirvane I the" supply uf liumus in the advantage of f a "littlc-moot''Ir.al wrt. father repeated in a whisper as his! 8 fu11lh.t the prunes are .mal. the I FACILIES ,
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famine are.the three soil. Hiimul carries with it to a soil murderer. f"towinl year the crop wil n liTht WHAT THOSE SAY WHO ARE
great
destroyers. mmn.at'y iron
Mf,1""T lonal them at all.: pecan to Kee for the name of his assussin. to make ( ii-ltl' perhaps even
spirit "f
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: lhe.which goo wi between nation tree. however its water holding capacity hlh enough, or s\rOn\\ ennugh.to her head to answer more profitable.( Sire rnunti I saw OUThMVsS-SIA. Sews *0 TM OUIIOIAa: s';
:: they prnmotC will constantly liveD I the nn<' ,,discontent Evidence, V and From Sue!
: tend to dinvinish the is of the utmost importance\ Itesi4cs lint I fill the air n'le' aaw them but suddenly' she found that under in a juicking'hi.ii.e two pilesof, pruljes\ 'Men Dr.Voluntary and Other Ad 1 N...T.ss N..se N..Is 75 5..74 'TI '
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? fr.t. lanilar this annual leguminous crop. Srrowfuly this test"she; was not merely ,Toy side, side Both were onhposed of a Tun.tal STATION
knowledge'and p much the shadows watcheil 1,1 No in With YoU" -I &l7.Dl417. D.ily. Daily. '_ .
: actice POOR "SOILS. mitaof _
wi TREES ON lonl.r of _
the emancipated, but the product good but in one they averaged .
to
the Ih
prevent This minu'e' hand clock Irnlr' to (.et Well or Contimie in Youi
a"cnd tower
,. (ion facilities tran"pra. should be individually fertilized. up with the hour hand. All countless ancestor-worshiping genera- 40( to I pnn.1 and were worth 8 cent 1)owtmfali'--Vlmictm CouraeaWlll You as4usl see TkIslLvJiioksnntii..M1 110.1 rJ.j4Oj IOJ
broadcasting ealh.inl
Iti eviN,of the third. gra'l around i. accomplished the tree in' a by circle whose radtus she had 'lived in two.bare little lions to whom duty to a parent isa nnd the tlhen were probably 12.10 a Pursue, ?-Read These LUr Below. "4'

:: -TbeMncrcased demand for food has is equal to the height.rof the tree rooms and one high-walled porch and I'fundamental tenet. pound and wire worth only one cent a old At Before Too I9.e.1 __.isuiL&'s....
"The American doctor i is coming, pound. It l's I 'so_. .
i .. Iif< l largely l met in the near past by The to be; applied varies With had been out one day each year as impracticable howevtr. _ _ _
*511 9penmg tip of new territories of the age iua.tily. the tree. ,i To:a tree just on this occasion. By-snd-Jy some'one she presently. heard one of her countrymen to thin thi'efruit on thet..n. Peachesand 'Til'E. NELSON COUNTY MCDISUK01CAL f :::: ':::"'j
the thought
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: production. Especially ha* this been planted In the orchard at least ole would buy lien then there would be achange .y. and instantly aprcot. are CAL..AND SOCIETY ?.,.Mn Ms.'..Ari FWi s'M-i--1W.

.. true in the case of meats. Tbe'vat pound of the nurture given. belo i of homes, snd she hoped. devoutly flashed throug1 her mind: Could he, by lre. as-everyone knows 'I : _!_$!.,$I$..ss. Mates..i-i_..i .,.I ......
: pastures of the world,; should be applied in the manner de- the new balcony might not be care take out the knife and ly plum*. They are shaken (f the trees .,,., )'.'-its.L: "
:, : were Mrcste places, have been utilized.ft cnbd This quantity may be so high but there would still be. only stanch the blood !Kee might' live? If and I pin In trays 3 hy 8 .feet and left in DR. W. M. TUNSTALL"Pre ident.LOV1NGSTON. . um..Its _,, ..

.. In our own country. within the memoryof 'doubled abve year thereafter 'lo il. !that, one day in.aj" the year worth) liv this were paslble.,ten was her emancipation the sun fo dry (there are a few evaporating tl.w e.u' 'io' '::: ::;:. roe' U

',.' a generaton. the government has : IU.lrat.a tree jut planted.houIJLre- ing. If she should live 10 an old would be in plant but nothing is betterthanlundncd Va, Dec la igoa. ; Il..: 5 sass ... 4 ft Sits

a ; been gre..t land owner in al his- : ceive one pound. At one year old, two woman. gay sixty year, that would (heir power. and all opposition ended fruit.) ?, Dr. B. M. Woolel ; & .
It'l tory. vast a. has been this pounds! at two years old four pounds!;make just sixty "worth wfiile- dayi. Yv', .indeed because her ol An acre yields from 4 lo 14 tone of' i :: : .
# .iff.: ti i terrItory has all been oupied get, at three.year*. el ( on Two months of an American girl's year age. would go down in di'lraee. fresh prne., a* there are all kind of Dear Doctori A* rOam I alone in my I w I .6 i ii ..... a S If ..jj g

there till remain government 'until maximum hlp'Ulld.i.O..o 6ot would represent a whole lifetime to her. lylmpri.onmet I-I evr. the prune growers: Prune! are worth this otlicc tonight and supposing tha you .a fiti k0r5; e t

"Holdings, io sixty per pound per For just to be out in the to dominating ( of centuries ,again year fresh, a i-a to 3 cents per pound, are not fulilc other M. U. appreciating 5i '.......-. I I!I I 4 a.nt ........ so ; $ q asa

Utr'? cent of amounting *these arei' 'when the! annual quantity become feel free to come and goat.unlight'lhe surged in upon her. and her newly acquired according -to sire. Drying reduces their t Jot report from their pa- a Ui ..S-Is .... ..1 $ 5 05 Pp
; fixed. 'Of after each application lole spirit of American; .independencewas weight onerhalf., Prunes like tients; I ) do what I o'ften and
,not of a nature to afford the settler a course to. know what was around the cnrnert most .hll have '
reasonable prospect of success in gain. the fertilizer should be mixed l of the streets below,.wat all her hun not strong enough to stem the on.tlaugiit. everything\ else, must be "prepared" for quite .hie you.a I :t :: : : : : t'a- : :: ;

:1 .ing a livelihood. We have seen Indian with the soil,.cither with the plow, dIscharrow gry little tout i , . ,: ' sale/. Nothing can Improve the few lines .,, : : ..M.ibo.ie ........ 5! .e.-
" or other Implemeut 1 craved Again bent low over.the victimOf I I just it comes, off, the drying ,' ,iYpu i have/,''a !great number" of cases ...... 53 V
: "J $ thrown Thu Toy a .... .
,e"atiO. fuihe sole :she mused hert.carriage for1 j . 10 55 .ih... -i.--
opn'Te' ra ,but ? (feel i :If' do
her is it'.deeply
:.- ensued the be it f herr father4* wrath and own But't then oPa f reddish black P Ilhll f you s.S$ ,,. ,
proved slowly Then she raised
The future increase, of. Ihal flow taking care not to break the I moved.aloal. rashness. Even the flit-falling stupor dull in appearance. 'So it is boiled not my" sa"d'case,<' I. am' glad 15.1 7. .. s .....,., ., .
meat supply ioi
her ,
_
eyes response to' a steady look&xed 556 1105
that I
roots of the Uee eo.)d.iot dim the.aRony'of appeal.inhis two or three ntinu\e\ and-'treated' '.t toy firmly beie.ve that I'amentirely Fw S .. ,
from I 5r.sk.r. 50 5*
must come not new territory butjCTsed and upon her from the onosite side I t 5 15 p
I timid cured of the _
As before mentioned, young solution of permanently . ,
) .5
eyes Tim time she did tee It a glycerine-licorice and gelatine aa- s Sc i 5 40 IS 00
; frOfn' production in that already 1p I- growing trees require ''different''fertili of the street and through a mist of rebellious instant the no would- which makes it look black Drink Ilplit as I hate' never even ao SaL $...ea.Lass s lie,
occupied. It is doubtful U : the : tears saw Kee. In" an instant I another surgeon glosdyand much a. wanted a drink in form r --. .w.ss .. '--"S. ""
old and ones.
zer from ,,11 rich. Then i. any
tw bearing here and have her secret. it packed 'in boxes, j ,.. .. .. ,,. :
.steers or other of the larger meat practice of growing and turning under the clouds of discontent were cleared upon Kee at if in aparoxysm or 40 pounds, and sent east in ,silica I took' your rradicator, now eighteen U as ,..,,, .. ... .. '
mals'can be produced where but one is .of f leguminous crops be followed, the away and in defiance of the.tupid custom Throwing her..lf 2 lots. carload inuiiths ago. It was'time best Ten St a ..,._ & ........155 ...
she drew out the in- .
forth. of grief( !' ales ., . ..: ....
now brought We all know that fertilizers prescribed for alluvial soils that had hedged criminating that the blood I A few years.ago the United State Dollars I ever ;mvejitcd.I Unfortunately _L! !!. ilh. : t.imi ....I,'_ .
9 '-: ; .ftert loJ. can come from place which may be ..ed'to'.preal'tound' the about all her life, she frankly return knieo imported people are and especially ao
now send forth btit one. trees. omitted ed hi. look. A moment later the gushed from WOln.d. making further > I large quanti.i.of cheap German i iI '' 8 nR.,1.kcltic'l cures, as I freely Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St Augu'stine. Jj
11 impossible, and deftly concealed prunes. aa Secretary -Wilson
Increased unless met by in nitrogen in' each formula smiled with a sudden burst -of mischief speech of But not so now;(as rewards *
demand it in the flowing sleeves of her the Department of, Agriculture said. at.cx.oNIx.L TO BT. ABUU5T1J. 2I
., creased increased price should be increased. Of coure. all that seemed to well up from the me '"Our your remedy) and my chief regret -
Increased price. stimulate increased efforts fertilizers should be applied ear'yspring. depth of a merry litle heart, sparkle in blouse 'rlo once. growers aregetting r is that I bad not used it before I I NLII TY .ITN.
them with
at production. If these increasedf '. her eye. till it budded over and dimpled As Kee fell back lifele. Toy struggled a sharp .Iick. And J: did 1,1 that I cannot ..II N..U w..es I n..a _N..SI P.tIy j.iiy N..U Dply( SasR
penonalytel .
.. c-sit-be_ the forms "a' to her little.crippled: today I saw some to addicted DeSly. DM17.. a.u17.I LtIz. DmUf. Rx.Moo. 5.. 1117. pa. -
.ffortacan be most easily -made and Nitrogen uppl. in down her cheek* nd lost aroundthe fee."He' every one to --I lion. Me.5.V.Ja .
Isl Rotterdam and ? The
) most surely rewarded' by producing usually found on namely, corners of her At this already ded, said the physician M\neie. (fro.l. toxicants my experience. kao.vUTh YUa esSa S. bJp hasp1t61 Tf' 1W FI4$ flTV

poultry, there will be ''a greatly In. ankage, cottonseed meal dried blo sign of encouragement Mr. Kee walk. when he reached Kea side. it seem,, hurt' crop this I This endowment o youi remedy, aa ,r.8t.A.ite.ta.5.5. |__ILO. __lISOaliS5lISOphip ,jf9 ,ftg 4 4V

,. t.created.poultry production Fish scrap, etc. ed straight up to the carriage, raised. "Who stabbed" him?" year.With ,you are doubtless positively BT. ,LtfGITIXZ TO JTA.OKSOirvlI.XJB.I .
, ".jl ;We are now experiencing a great.In.i 'Anacld'Vl>*?t>!bute,tttttalning at hi. hat, and extended hi. hand. took "Me no sabet," Toy faltered; and the excrpton of picking timea I prohibited by the "American Code of 4Lv.5I.AetusUhs
east cent phosphoricacid pieekly allowed to be'led man can care of 10 to I a I Medical Ethics" of which I am strict
'4 crease in the price of all meat foods. 4 per ben in the American way he had often henel away god a a*.44t N..M N..MBTEUUfOH
By many it ,i-.claimed that this it .hould be preferred. Muriatq pot teen people d6j, but the-lnok.tliat went to the balcony hhind the iron gratm". acre of- prune raise' enough other adh.r"nt. hut my excuse:i la plain for 1 aft. & >*ur- ?,
ash* containing per cent of potash with the original: and had '1 Ihinga fop hi* fa mil The San Jose I would feel that I was.nof. a "manly
:i = the combining of insti- S best ac was fruit 40k S lie S Its 11 lav It Sea TT1 10P1 I tSP
1uae.pr. sea. sthe| ehepetland"! *bap.the ,. learned nor copied. 4p growers like have 15 to an man'could I not peak mjr'honest convictions flop
"markets
t tit control ; i.ri1thXiQ 2.Je.a.out1t., _T Sea Sos _t1. _SlOp leap 1Sp1.r41PacnRDVLaaor
I The tirmiol potash Ue. $10O acre*. Then they can put money in the not for your advantage, but all
eorftend
It
r. U'purely i.ull'Or natural Besides the growing of legumnoUcrop. c This was bold em.ncp.tion. Toy Iart 10 .bank. The who i I. mankind. : : Xnr 8. .
i? ; causes. Probably there of and 4he.application! comle"- felt' tie eye; of the upon The Veader* this paper will be likely to. mal rise prune ijm glad to say the above'! entirely .
on place .
"S :- erros_"nd!'0rne.thitig truth' In both clsl lerilen. IHwn.fel found ierV: waa not dismayed in the least; pleased to learn that there i ia at least peaches, apricots a, apples, oranges., lemons -, voluntary ori my part as I have not. $,h.flPOED BP.LXOZ. O.4NGCITT BKAJTOX. ,,

--SI. .psitns JIL jmy.,*, vent.the' poultry b ',. to she quite enjoyed it. She even tried ">n. !Jeaded'disease that .cenc ha pears, figs almonds walnut and a you know, heard from yon for fully -. eayioi&
be affected. to wvigleher"poor tortured toe.o been cure in all it* and ,.
j crot seriously top dr'est'them with stable joanureat ,ltl alle theme,_ twelve month With my best wishea1amsincerelyand : ; r't txairHI STAnens
=The present output,can be increased' the rate of twenty to forty,two-horse see if they, too not becoming lbt. I your.
f- hundredfold. not alone on' farms, but wagonload per acre. I no tomme"Ial emancipated from their stupid imprisonment. p.iti.e cure known to the following rcP prun-e pudding W. M. TUNSTALi., ...
SET every village, town and city back lot fertilizer be applied .imutaneua The other occupant of the medical Catarrh being a was given Mr*. Emma S. M i.* i-..Ot .n., ._ L,T.OIUM. L.k.H.ojir.Ar .'Ar 1 1CATTOBV
SO (
who II
,, -r- cn occupied,and ever householder I ; it wonld .i>e well "to carriage looked at.her in horror. but constitutional disease require a constitutional Medr. live with her husband in "YOUR TREATMENT WILL DO 1nwrDrtM, e.qforO .>....M..Ar......LT'U' 0* Up Or OltrfB 3fL 1
X therein can have his. independent i table manure 3 to 300 pounds acid she WI .across the Rubicon, a.nd treatment: Hall' Catarrh a prrt\ little, ,ten acre, fruit, orchard ALL YOU CLAIM FOR IT," 1. batnitp

', .;I ,of, trust* and cmbine. -Fred L jliosphate and .so to 10 pounds mun-- filing ,fance'at noW everything on the Cure is taken Internally, acting directly Jose in the Santa Clara Val FAIRVIEW. Tenn,. May 36, a*.IT I BBAVOS.K SLIP P'i..
be upon the blood and mucous ley. She astred mo that this i Is ..lmoAta"plum" Dr. B. M, 192 P -
r .KimmcyLsn Journal. of 'acTe. They may thither didn't even care what arfa"u olthe. Woolley, ,Ga. .
Relable at pta.h'pr Atanta.
. -- tree are .".fertilized the'consequence might be, tor nsr one ', system' thereby .'destroying the I pudding- Dear Sir; I am prod write.t9 II flss: t S 55 45 9 0 :.:...:.::....loath., JM;)jMjk> .:..ul.:._.......::::::.vvr"...:L 51t1 O :

hTit4Iiic/ .. "i O.t.4,, with the.ttiutfiir give'h1idl'i1tshouhLalwys'be day was almost over and she wa. foundation of the diseaseand giving Santa Clara Valley PrtePudding.- YO.I doctor. I .am as well a& could be _S Is ii '...........M.....Pablo -.,...........?.......L. I 55 CIt
'bo rtein mind the patient strength I Graham for n: I II _Zr .. ...... .AilMU).B.e. ,. ,.......,.,..)>
by expected of
ua Brass.P to make the most of it. So she building up the cup flour, i cup sweet or a man my age seventy, a ? t : :
.: - that the pecan tree revels m a. fertile. bund *nd chatted with Iluie Kee in constitution and assisting nature in'' sour milk, :.2 cup syrup, t teaspoon five years old. Well doctor. to, tbe tsSTa I46_ Ar::.: ::::: :::::: M.rport ........:::::....... Lv_- ,

V. A. G. writes' "I wrote to your moist toil, and therefore every effojl au'pmryIfrTeCantonesesingsong' ,'a* I AOII; Its work. 'The proprietor have soda in .muk. .salt,,and spice to taste point. About fenyears ago I -took 'Triota.40..stop alsunons opsoelM whldt no Umt Is..howa.H', '
Iff Jaelm."aa about cottonseed meal should be- "ade" to tcMrJt' these conditions (I "lluch ,faith in curative I cinnamon and cloves, your treatment for the morphine habit 5,55.Tlm"..haw Ik.Um.*.'whlah timlaa arrtT Md 4mtw
(
J. It a chopped ,
,.
cups ..
.he had American J Ie aoS'SJou.atMd
seenthe Uu4r Mrt or M.W'to
Iowtr .aIoe .e..l bvl UprM
look It : .doinot '
n 'you woul up artificially where they 'thmaKJe-Wrd" grla'.do.flJe that they,, OII! Hundred Dolar. prune or i. cup of raisin. Steam 3 and i i.( did, all you clairrted, for 'it; I a. doss the... bold Swell .1a:4j tor say .a.soni mitMt
% "While you are please naturally exist.-Louisiana Experiment .ee for case that fails cured and from the first sae..boMb
< < any to cure. hO\Ir; Serve'with hard auce.--G, me. dose :.
do' state he"rlue of cottonseed mea" 1maeejdGnd i : -3 ::5After her head. 0 .t felf''ft)'' of testimonials. Address M.. In Indiana Farmer. E had no thirst for opiatea. ,I had no

'.' J Jan.- < ,. .f : _.",. vi Then when ida dragonthip; was lost I ", I CHENE': A CO.,, Toledo.. O. ., . ._ trouble after I commeaced the treatment Peninsular and Occidental Steamship ctID* atMJaml.B ; .

': "I'saw an aride stating the amount W-.UI.T' X.. .: tiewthrow4 begin to move toward Sold druggist*; 11< A If.(let.d .It and can, witJ. cear headto AlffDOornmeaalmi 2LU&1C"ZAM.L.ABMLV
t .. qf protein in these, but it was apeak- There's. folks that's prophesying Tb.06 Che scene oTIhe homo' easting. In Hall1 Family fills are 'the .bet There.' 1 I. I well recognized dearth others that it will claim for tTW-sUPr 'TT. CatT WJIIST.IU.Vr

.L .f21.' i.d at cow feed-arid not poultry, which the weather'< V-) "yien.- an incredibly short time. Ihe streets I -S , acid JrujU.in Florida. Except for the ot! it. for that i I. true. LL MIAKI-XS1 WUT.ILAVAM. LIM.
r *hat:I would lite.to know about." nut thi -I>>fd jl were clesred,end tbe,open between the Werld'a Bvpply. different Docor. you can publish this letter to
5e.'Ot members of tamil
O.tt the ,
I
. n.wc.-The'protein in any article ,the weather : 'osrWuse'and thet leecIt1l.4'with' a'' I clr. ,. worl if ,you_wish to. and should Jaaoaiy I.1003. Oeauteaeussj faaiuurr 1,5,, 180*.'

f;:'\: 'I I. t"e1 whether that article is in- For. when they aay "Look.!19* .9 ;le.V, -U-jJP-**-Seere.. of we-can the standard scarcely claim to any any write me in regard to the lse.I We. .TV- .........> W > Lv Xlaot !
: to feed poultry or'cow*. In a an1 lots 0 lightnin', \0. 3 "= wm H y|e F >contVTA\ a I rary Heiter'j statement of the wo Jd'., .or fruit so craved treatment enclosing a stamp (or are-: ; : 'q
with; human ,
Si tended ain't cloud in soul was fired hi I deter. visible. 'of by Ipptle. andso_promotiv ply ii I
of roton.eed'meal' there i I. 0 .Tere a single speck o I supply coUol issued today of'' .i .wuj.gladly/answcr-abcir. quest ;
ltheli-jl- : i Oe tiuaatic cN-cateJCpne-eJ t *, show sf lie total be health. berries, the straw Yfcur."truly, : .
'*1' T769-J"<"P ounces ,,. al '.; tC 4,044 inagainit liona Uoe.msnoiagP.bruary,1 .. . .
',J ; can be used sparingly, Coton.eel their '{or that wonld insure the success of hUevery"1tnderta1clng J.ixXnaio. last wec'.nd 'among pur productscanclaim signed) /]. MARION BARTON. 1.VlfluBlMm,Wd..rrl.............. I M |> we.s I'iwa.Pet ... .-....,..M. f M a.
: * very O to I[ reckol6lheY're doin very during the ea."AtdIor lat : Of 44700,1 'to.men this requirement. Apples'cranbcrrics Address for book ( IrpsouSTue..Thus.e.t............. si* ArMl.mlT.0... ......: > M_mud
,You cannot give rnore-than ': year. ,, nil-particulars, ..... .... .
Jj per v 4 4In >< .' .SM.. I '? - -
j ;9 rch'in mash twice a except dus- ( > K Sblt: dire need of f all Amedcn cotton I I. .:$,2'2.' againstJ.331,350 ; currant. and Roo.e.berrlq. Dr, B-M. Woolley, w-Lownde. build.. te rLT iiuml WtXTVii,SaC................. p. 'i --. -
weherfc.Ltheiwoiketstafl :
week prophe.in' ? hIimiJotblI.. he, had last week s are out of our category.but nngv'AtlantarGa. - Abe,.hears b.a.4oa ms SindIas mss4LI -

''I, '.f".Ot..moult.' / .when" 01 ,give ,I it 41 'f strike iff .2..C'An' }' stood.chatting'' with the, emancipated .;: o' all other and 3,655.03) UK there I is a fruit so well adapted to'our ,WSMSt o---n.4.-We..,W.d..,KareJaWX Pit..........10OS... I 'P. TlK..uo.pt_slut*show*IDe.Is.S la tooal

1 will admit they 'I In' t, Toys rfatNe; .fCheyBangas; 1 I. often Egypt,an. India kind., need. and so. easily .propagated over .... .. ... { os*VwH a i f' '!
840,000. '
'
..
.
.
e 'at"to You an" Brui. etc. ... I (> P .
Country-now tben'
the ?
rIch he its
way9ffatbers.cha4-atehed them that
I II last theHrgerpprtionpf state 1 ... .
week and
_ :'. .U;>jti.iY: <. ** .Jul as aevn .nt I Jutb Lierd know more. about c i tfcui rojwan opposite& doorway..Such con. galost .(, .84,000, Benefl. .,"ce is bArd to rkisi' .t.Prt.Sun .s5 -_'

L 'I.wTproehl.ino....pound ,I, -.es1i.t' meal, sv- : lucUoni the** part\o1%blal t carefully JR 'e.r.world of I : nce' wi thrive 'undentand, :- 1 'pe.dIs.s1l.o.M'Mde.AIe.144s, *- '

,JiRi i I eoeea. Frank L. Stanto irougbt-trh daughI4\was.Jdmost , .vlalM.PPS cotStan 'pear \ .. It'supplies 1o '
.
there I. \rte AUGt7TXN
'I 1A _, 45'' pn now *meltf'fff Coked *AnNx35 Ant. CUo. Pa**.Agont.. ST
,i, I" e'',: Vrb* .ntoprolf in one poundbfVheit ol t earthfaf{ ond beliefiatd lS he watched her.lk- vrejt: Britain and continental 1 many delicacies. auce. prr .
i.abut -12 ounces, so 'emonmato tf rotation nf 'lit j Can be more I )useoVthan either It' givee in' th mowing the eye* of (he'' rtd -were )J..1.0 '! 2.21.0 last simd a little quince, a de,to 74' Mis* Henrietta Aiken Kelley, of thoroughly' in i recent'years'that there
li linseed or 'ctoneed which are very rotunda of Capitol duringithe in )morrifiedpurprie his lit- In tA.0 agln.t, 1.0" other fruit saucei improve ,, Charleston, S. Ct has recently been appointed hal been a'remarkable'increasein the
IOGher. Varj;
,
highly concenate-.foa. .He..1F 10 beheld in Wpihlngtoia.this wm eye"f grew looking.Sveryvnlnute > "' .W9ooo .n special' agent for the government number of:'game1 animal t"and game ,
1 taerNationai Academyjof wfd lastyearV-and \\In the"United' States qualt. a bird in the New England and Middle,
quire .Ialced and.I expect .ter Sf ; 'of ''thi* : >n* bei fruit "with an. appropriation of Jinooq ,-
f'e ..aitTTit? eKhibltio will b< last'yeo'rfrm "flie snoreoverpo.ses.eI exceptional States, and also mother of the
ra .650,0 investigatlo'ni
in futtre number to ial.more 'epli. ltviop i pas ."rlr) dQW IToy..U. ,57,0 ailnl. keepIng'qualities. 'We \ to1 be /used m preliminary pans
; of I fowls or f that-giyei' in Ih > tn' n. JI' recently culture'in'tha country.. This is especially iconspicu'ou -
feeling low
about the pr6t- Ja.theo Pa ng! prlce.-.fod .. Onltnr : I.. In1 ilk-worm
'letle. "w"at'IMr. Uanley' farm tChIpieydornge' .
'I i '% ZI. the deer. Thea t
: & Cultivator. )ome time ;0 born. knew It. was 1.'OaIUal. United State Experiments in thi* among season
"4 :'Jlima I .. .. ._t-_'--'w ? ". tth wlr .lrom the jviJKbeacJrdn; ballveral'pduruls plnit"U'upe1.to her an unsalable chat ,, Not-ft''I-} .tBc.fat Weat dry and quince< kept'on slatted' shelves ; 'industry,,h ve been made before "and more/of these! graceful creatures were
mkt itt stbre- ? in berfijctconrlition
a dry a
::1 i I in wei AJh e earth Bang in'order that"isbg rnt ) by tu d, lr- rom when ., at, one period ,fortunes were thrown seen not far from eateritown,and

;'? 'tP..p. : D .evolves the ball .chance leI, hlm.el.. $ .' fholtah who1' are urging'the Februa. ,'Dt'I" ""* p.lde \,. away In mulberry tree and silkwormeggs. villageS' than at- any i previous time in

S T N(! position f ffom tjrop tq timeryi. rota. hat / teasoW, 'e. Wca that the reclmrton.hhe arid re- from .: ; e f . Miss Kelly has, spent six years ahalf century, Game -warden have
"4 \\Ho JfflilUeedi J,l li b lf)'ion'.f Jtbet irth petal?,thus ditmonstralown.certainly ided", 'poor, misguided gll I. a .tlonabeaop and At both the.recent State Fairi a few -. '' in Italy, ind other,European countries; been'active and efficient.-and Have attended

K 7 I Il care and-pliiced l te\\ '."1 "" :'I.. oolv adJ1or.. wit .'enough to Itt. i i would be f quince, wtreihibited< ''r ) 7. and took -a' special coarse of study 'at to their 'dotiet faithfully*. They

; ; )\i'f:.rati clj- : th. WM.':): rapp4jp jn 1If goe J nut he was prepared nip such It "lnsri.alatcd'lf.lene l tmb ection of the state quite i equal V any : ., .' the Sorbonne- fit herself for her po- deserve hearty ? tl'$uPpdrtan.their i
I &i fliW If t .. in *
'
orchard *
the *
nd planted $a'erillbi'! kea d odnJrtUqn Hi tIs44&tIi'' *. I Ynitamfi )J hll\"I. largest quince sitloq.< She' ''believe. 'that she- understand work, _
soil .will! i soil,.)wtll, but it mayNM leae4 ; 1 la and.atd. ,'a V Geneva, New.York. ,Tbishardly ,rI "_
the r.stdy Tuafwf'Artdf his Hth* -. unproductive' witljout, irrl- 'tie 'the caus-e ofprevious.fsuuTer.and'knowshow'.fOMavoid --r '
..i '" Jt:e -' drllecthely'ff.b% lnted'in,hirt'it"ly jg.oe. ; WI becaI 01 t" ,| he..ftarted off e wlhvcou.clck' gaLlon,.auppb! S.oop.ood' ruif corsut'tuds'itsdll( to u* for EN; : ; those -.mus- 'None *o4'our'natural!' desireare( in
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