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 27, 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: VID00061
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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4 0?. I goo4 ..tur.. 'In truth these fertilise* . We comply -with the ';
L not add the oil -or butt ,until.ready thao-io. Florida.. ,Our cottonseed met ::44-4-44. C S I 0 I .... Hf1 + fcrmers1work b.adJ' lh, .' (aims prmciplein ' must tell your readers % t 4: .- f ,

HODSEUOLD: to use. THE STATE and hull, together'"wMrTheTetvetbean feeding their pbtatoes. They .' POULTRYIVWWfcMff' prefer to tell them how to grow ,; ..
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A way" to utilise' the odds and ant ide*) .ubstancs,' can "Pr.i !l i a regard the adjl'** the pastures in which profit than to destroy.lt to- gsow epttorn. -' -

'"" : . 1 ends 1 o( i I. to them a ? cure at a relative cost witch the:roots may run end feA-L. 'TtIq...; A 0Uk4k4fcAAT It is..not the'enemy AM aA -
: j : : DEPARTlENf.THTHOS r. wide-mouthed jar,'. kejit-drop in' the ito OF FLORIDA for other material' .." -'' ---- rtP ntj'ntj'I to' keep cbnktantlwilttin; 'reach*n>f ftnese tiil8OnLllu3, ,., : ?, "-"-- -' -]r mjVl _JtJ claim' it to It. If the farmer when Its' *

for the When the jars .' For fat formers or carbo-hydrates, 2 I Edlt.by roots a,full supply of( all that the "TIut ..bF Iz&wati'g first found it on him land, had syssm a"

fJ I rom ,.&urb.purp. soap pour in nothing ran' ,xal the cassava and" -*u-', : r1ITI.J 'lant'ean' possibly, require. A high- ''Notwithstanding. that the old speckled few minutes cuttinjrdpwn the ffraa be-' '* '

loiling water also add a *little glycer- .THAT gar can. grade, complete-fertilizer 'suppjies, this hen i it fore the seed had formed'it could not. ,
THAT WILL BE OFniTIEEST ; THINGS WILL E&TXEAXST ,HesH": ...;,. generally looked upon by the average -
More" gnd'.fat.protenecarbohydrates essentialsof
BJ 01 have
J ne. the juice of a lemon and an ounce ai .. because it provide all three southern fsrmet 'a spread, M no teed could have matured -';
TO of powdered borax. This will form 'a TO IRI8 ) can b produced i' plant,food, in.various forms'-hlch he i is- an insignificant and, spreading frora; the roots ' "
D01EW soap which will make the hand ; given area, of Forid. laD. pant.1 in Ji.to.'o..a. .t" suit the requirement ol the-plant and .factor nevertheless one of would not cover ten feet square in ten

white And aoft. .T'nosd Cmmfh.r-lav. velvet be, . :_ "' '- the development of the season Fail the most important and valuable'products years if the 'roots"aro' undisturb4.

Ckiekeat .F.& 1>U How teIHist > .WMI> Jelr cannot be had 'H. had from double acreageplanted Ingrain i > I ure's.hav' been madewith some evades ,.of American agriculture. Southern alt jvnje, a.-ga. sy.Tor.the, south-' ,
-H.lpfml a.K.UO_ cream 4 J. .eFlbe.hkt or by mother. less favored lo- Editor Feat'l.ftSt.ble" of fertilizer on (these light soils' and farmers-ss/a rule have never yet rn states when a majority 6f farmers
the whites of ,I'lerldo, twill
for coffee
or chocolate .tok manure i i. low-grade, having I learned the-art of turning their .
M --- 1.r. !' c.litie., the'teasons forr with powdered lightly .
ell, I in good substitute.sugar In du.L iamg-Oraaice.. 'Onwlma" O tlelu.Flvrtda stii ctie. an4 sugars Xcsj-bo-liy- a.total pi I plyAS pounds,.oLolant food i made dear 'At some'point of the to the development the smaller .{hat the groping *>f grasses foforag,

4 ,- cb1.b.it.Pi.. are until a atifl and-keep on ,1hc or fat formers) are.the. most in a a* follows plant'* fife It f filled'to find soluble food and apparently insignificant resources and, for hay 4*' th (oundBtibu crop of
whip .'
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:Rd4sor 11o..eAol4 case very Oauaiplte* beatt.-Tbe* .odivlded soil rich' of their farm; they hre aILgood' In it is'
essential food.bf iriairor potasV right at hand., A naturally npt. therefore forming. Europe not
De"1 ice to
the until serve. jo
ready > We ae in .receipt of a communication are the clement'In'.1 Nitrogen. jo ;: might have provided thi*, but on these fully learned the meaning,and 'Value of an uncommon* thing for- grass lands to ir '5
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Chicken stew pastry.duofplings A coffee 'pot should& never be "washed Professor'( P.. 1-!. Rolphs.t bi 'preomin.tn. . Bounds, plo.p60.lund.live pund. lighter son the 'plant food I. added thrift. The farmer of the .o th. being rent from $25.00 to $60.00 per acre, in

i I. a favorite dish'ih many Pople.J but wilh.soap,,.._Wa.h in hot. water and charge of the Govrnment SubTropical lrin., and cereals contain-wheat.59 1 StabletIllaUrt.) eJc. Ilro and'*nust be *o well balanced and so the owners 'of 'suchjarge, landed ''es some Instance* $ioo.oo. With a knowl-

A'i' as .it is, sometime* made wipe.dry inside and out. The brown boil- Laboratory at Miami stating that per .eent; oat,59 per cnt;'rice 7" ; therefore In''orderthat it il" abundant that it will follow the plant tate, and th. being *o much more 1 land. edge'ioftjahiison grass (for nearly thirty ,

doiuzh pr common pie -crust it i. r.the stains inside may be removed by l the Department of Agricultr. is per cent, andcorn, .ent, ceD' th best possible advantage it through Ita. life.-Fertilizer Farming than can be1 closely;:cultivated In. email- year:, we are free to say that no othe '
.indigestible.: once or twice a week in borax wa- "looking into the matter of 5 pr to .
inl di.tiin. . . . .o Vp-tCkOate. farm. by reason of the absence bl f section in'the United States, and probably
An invalid 'cat of pie made .tch should balanced before i is appliedto pop
rrtay a by camphor from the cutings trm ( contains per b it I S illation riot in *world/possesses a grass C
4 8 comparatively,
.ir-rle ,, that'-they have
the following. recp however.'without" To restore an eiderdown qult to it* minI* of_thc camphor tree. '.Intm.tin. C.I.Va, th ; !ft 30 per. cent of the il by the addition of the proper Fvtmr .of OattUe laa FIesrta- -always wanted thing*.in a big that1'is. *n equal hay 'grass to this and '
fear .of original; fluffy lightne. outdoors of "up 10 the' present efor starch. quantit of' potash and' pho.phpro.cid' Florida ha- too -long suffered' I from much that the -diversified way so In a remarkHble) decree, a gift especially
\ Cut a tender chicken I lto am.1 plece In the.. several hours. lias been made toward di. Of the proteins, flesh formers cotton t the preoarious reputation of being cole of so. resources Adapted, iq w-.rm climates For

,of and pet on 'to' cook' of Eleanor R Parker that it lithe intention "to put 1 expert seed njesl I stands at the head with 43 order to'ascertain the q".nUtle I ly coupled with the industries 1>f oran j the country have largely remained III. the 'anie investment, in land,, in labor, -

: wate 4 .cavjcrjt, Let boil hard twen- I __ ._ into the field who will look into per cent, while velvet-bean. .bow aa of the missing elements it will be necessary and truck' raising. and she ha giine-J an undeveloped' state. ii-vajue-ro uiltrr* ordinal y farm crop -

'ty rdsnue.4tbnhrths.spoontul; ( o From- the Florida Agriculturist the matter carefully and make an efor per t ) employ,as a standard for com-' much'mixed advertising .from her np We have 'gone on- from year to year can ipniR.cTi it (nr profit. here Is *>

'butter salt-and pepper to taste.., ? ,' .- $..4Tt.. to' invent Ichinr adapted. to cent can 'furnish In greater parisrn, a properly balanced fertilizer and down along those lines, until it planting a"large acreage in fitld crops, crop Llit on good land will .yield vast* -,
cur. '
prepare the pastry.- This i la" '(he chief planting .time kind of abund.nce l)looer.ricu.these ne.IAr (for some particular crop.. We'will take had become almost impossible to dis trying to make both ,ends 'lIJee\ on, a !y .ewore- limn cotton even at roe,bale '
.' Make this of half .lin't of' boiling throughout Florida.Mistake* madeat Frof.. Rolph*"would Tike the addresses ele'ent. prucinl flesh and for this standard a properly balanced sociateher fortunes' from these persistent big sole, and lh'm.n who' undertook to thn acre, Sowit $ of forty pounds '

water and enough .. to make. seed time may lead to calamity at bar of parties who have extensive cam- ( Ford. fact that (fertilizer for crn which should contain and 'never-say-die' agricultural to look after smaller things 'avboi t, the i of f, se.ed to ;the .ac--' once will yield

-. .a moderately .tif iouKh est. One ot-tlie most serious error- ph6r plantations and who are disposedto thousand of to. cottonseed meal nitroef per cenpah even pursuits-so when she began to assert farm was not regarded in the light,of a'' !ara--" crops.for y<"' s, and'continuedrefiiiltely

It will be (o hardly handle I. tho.4ise. of poor. seed. -Anotherl'Is" put 'the ..me'.t the disposal. _of_, are-annually,lent to Eurp for cattle per1 .;)' unt the fact( that she could raise. cattlemore first-cUis,farmerBut a changto. in.the > by- every two or three year
Ut; but work rapidly '0' it will not the use of too little ..ed both result the government. (feeding: -h.t ( meal and I The element. of plant food set Cheaply than any other state' ,in the method ,of southern;--agriculture', it break u7| t the.rdbj* with dink .harrows;
'Ient.
H-at- cool i&:before you can roll 'thin' and in poor',t.nd of crop consequent There i I. tew in the Ide.'of hull. are shipped to the West'toisttenTexas the table manure above are, the quantities union very little interest was manifest'cj was conducted i.'the past is generally We will tell what this will doon good .

,cut into strips dropping a few at a ailure. Another frequent' mistake Is distilling c.mpho.from f .the trimming and other stern"' c.tle found in a ton consequently' in the face of the treat accumulation taking place. The Vxtcnsive productionof laud'and' lbs cotton grower may make '

time into the now tender chicken Pour imperfect preparation Qf seed bed of the trees. The late Professor nub to supply the .Eastern, and g apply to,a ton and to,larger or amaller of a Ion of commercial confidence cotton is'not profitable \)'.h.. pro-' the comparison ftom his standpoint. Asa
in enougfe,water ttf have *1 and Co.rslJ pulverised ol: c.nno''' bard of Crescent City actually markets with I beef'> should 'ted to quantities in the Same proportion, which had piled up .o her.credit. ducer. It make no difference"whether drcmh-procf'Rrass. it has no equal.

)let stew half an hor longer when it. is. the seed it easily! ed camphor in thi. manner in commercial rapid development of( this country.Florida ,I while'those' o( the commercial (fertilizer Rumor. arose about the possibilitiesof the demand exceeds the supply'Or not, Sown in Lie f llorearIfrsarliiw'ths)

readftb >Serve.. and 'germination .1 I ii Interfered( 'with or quantity, by distilling the chopped r.lad ctte.' finished on cottonseed apply to '0'' pounds., and, at thesame great cattle breeding under different the spinners,and their allies. .manage to grclwer can depend upon two cutting '

.CsutIi5h.-Do. not' '1o.ny'< kind o'f f faeainl mld"Jmpo..iQle. I' ,. trimming in a small tin still., and tnt meal hul., .velvet beans rate for a larger or-smaller quantity method. which were called for by the keepthe'' priAfs*of that ilic ft'st, year-it nt.' three After, the r

$ br Soda in the pastry moth- Of all the mistakes at seed time that hi. to wholesale druggists wh and cassava, will in year compete -" ttttiiV) n\ ;$ ,f'" oj-i'l; ceaseless'march Of changing time., *nd staple down to.the cost great money first year three cutting annually. .
; ilingwater and flour i. re of using' poor is least excusable, orouc unsalable-,because of" I with the Texas and Arizona cattlein "'IThe proprtion between the,severaT lewd outside those whohad studied the is of.riroductipn. When several 'years, ago.-the seed '

"quired to make a tender dumpln. because so easily eec perfectly preventable repr or'"herbvodor from the market of the world. He mid element"of food of the ..stablemanure question locally allowed any belief in Poultry who an interesting bU5ine"' to *old at five, dollars per, bushel -of,23
will i
.\Dffot' use.this for "' ; ,bked bark'and green foliage. tl.1 climate her geographical position those of the commercial them to link' deeper than their1 skins. any one give it attention.The pounds that was the usual quantity

: .pie; It would b tougtiYEAST By poor seed we refer to individual Sample of( this c.m"ho were .ent to the immediate vicinity of cheap food fertilizer must,:.however.. be the same. But now that the rumor have changedto business .becomes. not only a pleasure spwn then to the acre.. The result of

BISCUIT. character of the seed sown and not to us for elnlin.t Io by redistilla.lion give Florid a .d.nt.le over As shown "'abovehe potash to( the actual statements which may be verified bAt is profi..ble combining. .two most this thin sowing naaahaV4herstcrop

general properties or to varieties.The. by a practiced by other pcal. fact commercial fertilizer, I. to the nitrogen ; and to actual fact which may bi desirable proposli. n. r."Tbe-'product was so weedy that tie hay-was ,hardly t, ,
I 4 M k.a pint.at f batter, .dd"t a pinch '. mistake' is largely! due to the fact the natives of Formosa and Japan we now.' recognised.... erdee4 by' the of.tame is seven is to.. two. There seen, the poise oflhZ'public hal been (from one ben in two.weeks 'wil) sell foi merchantable. ' '\ .. .' -.''

r'' ''of "yeast Let it< twenty- that *o many popl. forget that seed, succeeded In freeinl from .its, objectionable recent sale of,V"teriori"\ to Western fore 7.I-a of the 10 pounds of'm'tr'ogea stirred and excited to a. surprising and more money than three pound 'of cof Now that the.seed can be bought atjo

four1 hours >when it ''is ready for use (though real living things .tokm nR .,: RO.. Times- of the stable manure will give the pot gratifying, pitch" without its knowingeven ton. A 'good hrn'Will lay'two dofcen much len, it is economy.to sow at

in place of buttermilk. For every .p easel J susceptible to-un- We csn. thercjore sssert that pure Union. ash necessary to balance the 18 pund yet the half of the good tidings egg in two week/ which will sell for least forty poXinds,per. 'acre. This so - -

ful use a scantevel te.lpoonhs of( uttard conditions a are he plants'de.veloped Commercial camphor can be produced .s nitrogen, which 1* .15 und. Te stIll in store '-" 25 cent./-retruireSTten-momhe"hard covers the ground that a fine.taJki.. ,

'also half r spoonful b.kin.powder.'Every from*them.. (from the trimmings (ofour Florida 0.''Gr*.0.tle pho.pharl. acid I.-to the 10 ( Arisen h.. gained world-wide labor to produce the' three pounds ol jroduced'witft'tatfje yields of.I-M to 3 4

.. time biscuits I.ve I Many person wonders why a ceo trees, without serious detriment to helatter. The "mildness ,0L\he, presentIwlnter nitrogen I six is to two. Consequently reputation as a cattlj producer, and cotton. Ninety'per,cent.'of tilt value, tons of hay At each cutting and cut
little of( the b.te. a spoonful ain seed fails to terml.f"because is a Continued Inducement .i-a the 10 pounds of nitrogeawill has doubt; deserved it. although it of the egg it profit while there is but three times 'a yesr, if not (our .As a

.nd'mix it new yeast for next hey were care'iill .the What I.1eeoed. I. s"supply' 'of f ma- of present orange f9bin give the quantity of phosphoric is assuredly no a dry. waterless and rid little or no profit in the cotton Foul- taw estimate we will say that two tons

'I ), day.- When' the' yeast do. not seem' preelnl crop and pit away in 'PPa"enty ferial -to justify perfection of t.inin& of new. SinceiKoS there acid needed. which i.3 pounds. Sid ,country.,which. has been pushed to the try men eatiirrte that every hen on the st eath cutting of if per annum. Cut-" -

,very sour use lel.ye..t. good condition. .wihout.jvmg'a method. adapted t to economical commercial has been no''destructive' freeze and quantities balance a of stable I front the of it. inhabitants. farm will yield a profit,or from.l.o to ling the .graSs wh<-n it 'cdmes'into'

.t SOFT SOAP thoulbt to the f conditions.Our troves that have been well cared for nure for corn which will.tben-cotin by energy $1.50 per head annually which ,is. (front Moora, 'cured rapij'y, retaining it*, a

i 80m. housekeepers make a'' humidltyo which they have since friend T. K. Godbey of Waldo nave arrived at a of bear nitrogen 10 pounds 35 pnd. Allowing this; why should Florida have 400 to 600 per cent. .on the investment. green color youh; e a' hay worth -to

. 'l and busy by dissolving .ubjete and yet a slight e.ces once suggested that camphor tree. ing. Many & Iod'.te c".idcr.ble and phOlphori acid 30 pounds. the slighte.|t..fe.nr oF IT equal or better There ..is a ''continuous demand ,for the farmer for his wn use at least
?
quick e.y'.olt soap of f moisture will ruin grew so rapidly that they might be stable manure contains success Arizona erttlemen have seen fiftvtn dollars f- -orO.OOearning -
many ( fruit .
of boilig alOlph'eric crops of the' past chicken and eggthe- year round at per
of in gallon year -
a bound p.rlne a planted in thick roWs and the annual ID pound of potash and five pounds of the splendid cupibiliries of epr unrivalled. -

!. i water .ddnl three .al-.1J Probably the commonest cause (orunltl..cor growth. mow off and used for distillation. ( tion season should continues be quadrupled favorable tni"prduc the phosphoric acid which should be deducted grazing lin"V and' unlimited good price in all ihonthjthwdema local markets and ld has for (Call, per it acre only $60.00 and compare. cotton
the pa.ttwelve
: lon of cold wster. thiken. .hc' ( results from seed planing : pre.entye.r. respectively from the 35 oounds running water supplies jid they do earnings. '
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cold as is used, like any t p. of and of pho.phor.'i no fail to,cnm are ArizoSs,' as a cattle" far exceeded- the aunnlv.' The northern. .
the seed potash !
the that We believe that there is chimerical in 30
: f.c nothing At present the orange are pund. areaf With modern hay machinery a pan,
tre. and western 'ttates gely T depended I
: Florida
,. ,< Foridin. the in the acid, leaving as< esch of pot country unfavorably' w'7h ,
: I'' -- had lost I. yit.ltythroufh n.tu. use olsurplu. growth excellent condition. In rre cases'only upon' to supply our southern' itiea I can farm.-two hundred, acres ,of this
1 ( the seed for The essentialfacts .phosphoric acM to be added to whi h I. valus1 information .from
1.lapse camphor and
the.
: w'to'"w.. suadr DiaetBditvr tile m.kinl ha any d.mlie're.il to treesfrom with- 'chickens 'andeggV. I grass, Jiave. every cutting cured
. H p :n. question . its germinating ( have ed. what' is I ( the present winter a ton ,itable manure for balancing .ucb- mt'n'apt'dal) when they ,baci .the, quired stacked in days' time; orsay in Only
,'7 Dffurtmentij' frenin. of muriate of their "opinions with doljars In the rrat- for 'consuinption.Tlie.money. which I 30 .
HOI11 Tn-otherwords \he seed wastoo needed irlhe" elaboration practicaldetails Fifty pounds his twelve
e. \ although \the
temperature purleL he has harvested
f' :" reared,vet$, r of kainit t tel of proof..This should st home an4 .into the Iqo days
A'dainty r pounds of will stay go
; ;., home-wie. old 4o reproduce its kind. and we are glad National fell to degreea. The possibilities 2 'UP .andred tons, of hay\at a.cost .of nOt
tenderlywrites' t sweep Many an otherwise competent pfant-. Department 'of Agriculture te i I. 'moving now are ( a there will be.no serious ply the' necessary potash and I. all Very well but we would pocketot southern farmer for,,these three ..dollar per ton, stackttt. -

I it'' and dutt a rom properly. .n'lt I er i ignorant of( the fact that each kind in this direction.-Florida 'Agrcultur-. freezingyet it.is to-be remembered that pounds of 14',pr cent acid plo.pb.tewi like tosee our'own cattlemen enthused necessary -fOd produc.t is daily sent :exceeding- .-'lit growing cotton twelve month

gives her.pain in the side and, nets of f like animal, h. a well the wont freete in the urange" supply. necessary. with the i**me- foresight that directs abroad.: This one feature repretenfsa and grower at the
: dust in 'hltthro.t and lungs. :. (. .ed. .ever, cease. .t .-l.a- in bl.too the acid.An the action of these western men who heavy drain-upon the] weslth ofour( I is consumed have many but little money

: V-J I hav but (few of.'' know* f fined, period of time. )after which vi- I YadIA* RtT r Heavy. 7th growers of "Flrid', ;, and that thee 'I' easier war to balance stable manure know exactly what 'sort of' an animal country. ., I-end KTTHow of the for year thei labors Sometimes '

\ I -'tlowto weep and dust. I have ob- .Thi period of vitality has been defintelf has on several 18 been serious for 'corn i ii to multiply .the 10 i i. wanted for beef in the r great world- ;,The business of f raising fowl for profit ndnf In th- Utter case'*he grower
.
j' Jserved and questioned professionalcleaner Te Indian rlvt country long 'pounds 'of nitrogen ton by wide markets and w'io, .are not looking ,
a j
I i .a determined 10 all common seed? injury inflicted in February.and even f-3. -I* not a hard on*. neither Is i it com : works the whole while theone
for and year
who told this! noted ilf range grove which will give the desired Qu.ntt.ofptuh. :. towards a future Cuoc market or merely .
m The seed of some of our commonest 'fine of fruit. Wherever as-late .. March,. lo the young fruit plicated."_ Ordinarily where chhk: < growing the hay can have nine montn* -
.' She sweeper isIv quality To the a local trsde. In these dry of -
? aystherarpet crops. for instance corn and onions, re- oracc.'te and blossoms. 35 punda. procure upheaval kane the' I un"oMhe oremises they require f comparative rest. ,
ipld the genuine Indian River's '
when > 4
*" boriou saving .rtcle. but even bin full vitality only two years, so that head the list far and qu.l.ir As to the'effect of the freezing of the It-is used every carpet will need older thari that I I. the so as price of nitrogen by 3. which will are treated with but scant respect "
seed on wane wintsr the fruit, has thai
minor the
the broom'occasionally. i i. concerned. The same is also true present o tht 3 is a business of details and avery l his choice and unprogre-
with deduct the potash and the'farsighted' doe not -
ru( 'awepinl con to and planted unfortunately in good pund.thn' man con be slave to '
fail gerin.te i. Indian River honey. It Is by not'e.c.pd demn idea fact make it objectionable to the live 'one will continue to a
: .i present and apply, the new in a spirit of hostileor '
r e crop. condition I and the seriously his' father did and
window .snddjubr honey expertsthat the h. b average farmer.Good houses Pare es cotton, doing what
the : the .. aforessid.
.She says open idi.n Rivc to stable manure rooted obstinacy but-he weigh ..11th.t
'In .ome' residues hi footVcre ,-
.The vitality;'Or' "oweror has .fece" sential, have to"be' properly located will possibly follow in *
f up'yout head good put .germinating product a peculiarly Gle. After'a ton of stable; has i i. for srd. against the new idea. they Hie son. -
Jot has m.nu.
Cvr i seeds I I. easily de- delightful flavor,, and wholesale honey (fruit in Oi' and kept clean, Nice nest have -
on a loose glove cover..tipvry p.itlvely properly balanced for corn it will making up hi. owr 'mind after quiet ,
( worthless, and it in a well sheltered ben I' wouldnot
< ;piece! of furniturewh'ile .weenring temlnei dealer throughout the north are anxious within.. few hundred 75 pound of plant food insteadof and Impartial thought without payingany to be-put in every two or three month, I trowing cotton in the same '
destructive to their basin plate or saucer to the entire even It.tlo..ad a. and breeding; the-'old wantthe Johnson grass '
as nothing Is so secure output 25 pounds ,efore( balancing.'A attention to cheap and.ranting adviser duringthe season -Iwo.ul4
pn. front.' With few Tid of it,
-' as.to become covered with du.t and cover the a half inch dee at an advanced price'over madein rfr had gathered ex ton of,the above commercial fertilizer *, or to the desires. and need. of heh", and little chick must have cure field, but if I did not get and not
bat making so much extra fo with water. Lay a piece of other parts of the state. A few days ception.. owner' contains 300 pounds of plant local politicians. and attention. But these minor details curse m'yself-for neglect .
before the
firm stroke ittle' than the vessel in the since we had the pleasure of meetingMr. frit inall* lines 'business the grass, wuch!* s-doing; it* best to
,ou. Sweep with Quick- am.Ue JD\\ ring. food.-which i I. four time }he Quantity The Florida'cattle industry is destined , are' essential of and
i that 'will clen without injuring the car- same and cover with 'piece of coth O. O. Poppleton the veteran -beekeeper night The-wont result (In the orange'grow contained! in..a .Ionol,, .iabj -\.nue to be a success, sooner or later They may b. overlooked' a certain mlnU its Creator's intent,to leaders grow
the
"''pet.",' ""' .' '> ; on, end of which dips into the of Stuart. II reply to our question ing .the fritting of the win. after it has b *n but proportionbetween and It rests with the men. now native extent-in field crops, but-t hc penalty multiply, Bufepossibly know pa- '
by .lae to
present
: Into-it. A plan to Count hundred seeds and place on ]lave you a good honey sea " tUnct i is exliausted and want
# Don't' dig good one elementsoffertllily of the toil to either hasten or retard will be. exacted sooner of later. -
. dist( and do lei'.weepin& of the cloth .then with a t" Mr. Poppleton replied: "Yes. so ter .b th hurrying of green, Unripe t II" the, worst eid..of the story 'm. getting -
I help 'you. from the to top cover the tn an in I. the same. In this great object which 1 I. bound to Another in-port ant feature,.of f::the flatter4ourstlt
extremely DOn't -
ia to sprinkle coarse salt over secod' cloth. Set in a warm place (.r a$ the amount of honey gatheredand acid m.rke, long.. proof of Ibis we will divide the IO benefit them together with the wholestateapd poultry industry in the rural districts 1 is rid of his,,best .Wend.kill it by plowing
be'carpet'before sweeping. It.clean where teMper.tur range between its qu.lty.! we ..cannot"complain, s of nitiORCn, 35 let it be further remember. Ui t,3rou can
th the 'annualdanger continues tong pun. pnd.ofp- that large number of the rural population ? It can- ,
summer
color and and F. possible. The in the wereuncommonly a either in spring or
fi. beautifully and brightens the 55 degrees e .euo. will their fruit In this 30 pounds of ed that if it i i. hardto keep a goodman live more or lei isolated .and ,
: allays the dust.- Count the number of seeds germihatng. low. I I my growers rather morke the chances of bV ,5-uiWe. pro,.* a result a.. 7.-6 down it I I. surely harder to keep oftentimes find it i Inconvenient not bn' doyc.To'de. means "
'-Anexcellent helper is to keep clean ; The ,ia, the proportion output until now I cold have secureda way 1o which .reI percent.sges .-,good country down. and Florida .' '* JcS-nson; grass .
reside its entire ntl.1 wih'the i impossible/ procurefresh for th*
and to not better price. 101..lia! Jour < altogether But wil' be,well paid
.broom tc-sweep your carpet oT poor I{ my a.ua meth0 of the ) this knowing now,her ,strength and resources for the table.. work. yot : -
meat daily
,\ use it for porches or outside sweeping. By increasing 'th."r.te, of(sowing in when I have' .nthin.to i i. positive/proof that the stable manure ..doe ,not intend to bet kept iibor, a q) doirt shirk it. us. -
down
When'it becomes soiled you can wash proportion to the of poor go. S met laI by selling early Ao has:been prcperly balanced for corn. down any longer.Kissimrnce Valley Of all live"stoc*, :.poultry'-furnishes By Scpteii l et the sap gone ,for
rembr
t. 'It to look like,new by filling a bucket eeds. the same possible again II .in"- "How many pound This shrub -quite coamu in cultivation In the. same way stable manure can Gazette. .u, the most convenient.> economical into i lie roots' its work being done and

vJ--. of water and add enough pearlmejtV hough all the seed were good. oi honey did lou&athe thi. ses.onr'we In*some' parts of Florida. I I. be. balanced to. suit the requirement.of Sr. -'. mean o// supplying an excellent .quality the 'season. W'th' a strong team ,

'. to w.r cieanse. nicely and dip the Test the seed you bay before buy- asked.< -" .lipp JOo p unds,. usually known as some any '-. .' 18 It Bight, -,'j Of f 'food ,in '.utable"qu."titiu", ; Especially two-hni ac plow brcrkup the land to
Wt and down Jn it until clean: bromf IDK.-and that you raise; before planting.We which I goodcrop.. "Polnc" In crop. .. Bryan Tyson.srdiagei Shall .we ja.k.the,consumer,'in toJrn.and . ia this time during i;the,"hoi\ the' .'!'eph ofat lvl six nches (eight '

: -i', )'4.I .iid. hal a up to -dry., This append a-(f.blef the period of There are several other apiaries hi the 'Tountries-* prum.'n'made from .the ." N. C ,men and women-r-whetherj j it -is mon
tS L"' ''the_straw. *o they .1 not breakeasiiHa'vc vitality-and the time reuire.orthe vicinity of Stuaru Jt la said that it i i.: flowerl j lft dol"o; ?* .bp. vntil late ". , equitable!for them to toil twelve to 6f- will keep but a limited period of time high ridge as p ts.'te.& wind After rid the sun,

': < -7.- of seeds te.ted : the largest hone-proucnc sectIon ol In the 'season! \ freezes .; .. tees hours a day so a.few schemer can with inch facilities usually ..t'tbefarlll' Bite become of'cherl by '
'I ierminitinl
4 i the end of the state. i i. en make their million, by-tttrnintr. with" a sight-toothed* harrow.. cross p
: > a put in Time for of of f December 27M.iIlc4the) blossoms a over ers command.'In addition tor supplyingthe jtJ aft.- - fitfJtA. .
,"; ''the handler rew'1ok upon itstbelng1bm.R Seed"l Germinatln. thusiasticover the bee iadu.tl. be i. a*I Mr. George M. Hewlett, Merrick. L.I. what is produced" .r '- table; poultrywill.furnish weekly the furrows, drawing me m "- lw. '
and will soon
; Vialt has
but ,
) much the a* % soon recpyerjd. wheie the sun
up-'when not'in use.;' H'yoolwillash Beans . .... .3 d.y. er. so.o.e In this industry jt I.-,' it now' more of a feize farmertbsn Shall'we .k'tlll cunsunie'in towns money income the year found. These' to the surface ,
regard to in
i .;:. your' broom --thus' twice a Beet. . . .. 5 day '6 yearLCsbbsge' pineapple lie center.aaidj'Perhaps areJiotaware been bloom again for some' time. ever. Te year ago 'w.still and cities-hard working men with fam are matter which should receive more dettvoy theni ready, to ina jaIl crop of ft

[week and:weep with it.-you will have ." ..4' <. '4 .,'ye.r. that, Stuart ia one of you the greatest Winter blooming 'shrubs''are1 very buying a' quantity of stable manure iliej'to supportr-whether it i la equitable than .ordinary attention- " .."" j 4 When pow tl*e field cjo-sswtse of -

pOIut and a cleaned ." .rPt.and less Carrot .. 0.' 8 days 4 year pineapple producing sections on the scarce. Of all the-."rietl.of shrubs because it"was "the -fashion to do (11 .lliern to.pay, ; t,o three, prices Nowberk'in the United States If/ tile grain,again plowing anting deeper if t>o*"

'- I.. eplnl: to.- do._' Celery.. .. .0 .. 9 days: 8 years.Corflj..14'd3' east, This season "there-*were that we place; onlv'th/ee so."- but now"he doe no-buy*an for the' Wce'ssaries of life"lo! 'a few climate an' :'conditions. for the prrjdnc- the sible.first giinwng the harrow before
-
:' 'if lentadcen. ; r"'years.Cotton. cout our station about 60,000 b.u"on'tbi double-flow ounce.The'flrnVl* now" Helet'Smih & .ehemers.c.n make their millions limply tion'of chickens and. 'e,g.," superior'to Mt
.. .! 1.. '- ._- ._5,4I It .. i. .. 10 da,. 8 years. end frm the acreage planted i is, others are in bloom." Th "Two farms .have' I ,because. they have'jthe', money and these 'in the south. With a little'care, cdiig.rler&fl'4" cut off In the TM1 after'thesap .

; . ..;"r.l .iitgut1..s. ?l Curumbr,v ",' 3 d.. 10 ,e.r. rr.te... "Jhe Stuart section ered' "Yellow Jessamine, ,described : h these and rented land tbe warehouses'*to hold the(aNl1er''* arid energies ; rightly' directed t ever'f gPjes'baMtt into them will bleed red i.
'
\. -. e.chel. cultivated
t" E for'H.n.e*oW Department .A, ,J., 6 6 .er. is a great tctin.sir, a great sec last week, Jasmhuim birsut\urn.-a' white added'zio.! acre* 'so are'tpw"' pr.u'.u. a :ew meek or a few monvJu. dozen egg.and pound' 01, poultry requited the tower rorts decay during the wintcr. I
,,\. hstud of keephiir the .spices- ods, Lettuce ..' d.y.. 5 years. against 95 acre y ars ago.: New "111,. i i" with a.nifljjiurclifs and consumption grain -"
nation cit
> .. tion.:1 H .n' w. flowered. winter. blooming Jessamine. great 'for home ) Jf 1 .seasonable' graze yonr
.. )coffee, tea: etc.. in paperack or'siy Melon. (mus) ..4' daya ,.J t..ra -: '_--a- I__ ._. Lantanati ,,5el- land.' much of *it'very(poor,.ha t ben li.i.. (ti' make ua good andicacliv' should! ,come lroan-.our,%,0"11 srnl. ) hi the' tuCccut itoff In the
the "Weeping and several c9
and 1 ;
handy wh.' O.ti.. '.4days. Live BtMk Im Tl.rt&-t.ek Rats.r. } '
t.Preak
; the of tip
j i.4d4is1ithatcomea Vton lo'lOve eich cothC'r'.i. million Poultry:will thrive' on Jhe refuao.of ipnng. 'nrakiag-hjjr, }
articles in neatly painted tin Onon-; a. '. d., '4 year.. sag avmd' .. 1t'seems : strange\:that crops, such al, and garden road-'
VeeU uch . !.b lowi.n. "er .pa.a' scnjoi-hcuseiiti tctch ua .wisdom; farm and"scratch for ,an.'independent:' stubble: and in June *ow,)>
vom
1 1ganeswItb close ,.fittjng; coven and-tli Pu.nip t' ,. ; 8 d.,. 2 years. the last named wa 'kie*> the trck iav b.e witb c.t. thousands 01new.paper. give the The- are' buihels ot cow fer TtcrCjJn
; Florida range"cattle_ though numerous no J It the to n* I it-BivemUie'-chance- : cast two pesa
Wme the content 'ontthe ''u ; .0 5 3 December cold,'It the we,werg to accept de'.J
'of da. er. \ this erop.il -
( '4- Pinte 'Pe ).". particularly in the southern peninsula .t.nda nr1 meor high.'amhoritie8.thisnew latest utaticn.rer,H.hu..come'tothe.jpoint" great--destroyer<'of. f obnoitio'us. weed the Jallrr.rke hay pi ::4

4 side; Bri&ht'r4.orblu..leterI'anr Pepper Pumpkin,,'.tje1"5' , 7,day.., 4 4 years.Radisb.r's.w :wher ) 1 of, tea'I to' twenty buM',..ne entirely-" ,unprtet.4 land oiany practically, devoid ot humus wbire; a lew middlemen dictate seeds, 'worms and bugs. 'An old ben sired and p.c.under the stubble for

r 1001 .1 convenient day.ne.n.. thousand are not uncommonha not spa could not Se successfully,started into a vall-ts,to. the greattfg classes, of and a' brood of thicken will'1oon'.yfor fertilising the In-xd ard follow with any. I
are a
I, baking 'powder! >''Coffee, eaiis .. an enviable ar beet >Frid IpiP.r1tree.. profitable rotationwithout itabla mat vur-peopleTtbe producers and oasumersythu themselves'through''the good'they crop you wish as yrur Jtbnscs rawiU "
things. Ry. 3 reput.ton '
kiz.< lor many t dy > .the the of l thousands-oC weed be..killcd end4teretd *P.,w1''
beef tbl. timeol the positioa. ;
; do ln"pcktngrtip
1 treated in the same way are nice when Sq"lh,. ..t,'" 4 5 ye.r. i enerly' ,; About, ;; jrear nitre a If.wewere to-,follow moat of thebooks occupying I In the
larger receptacle are needed.', Tobacco ,. .. ,,, 6 day., 5 years.Tomatq f.tI..rice market of the' plowing''ieaaosi U tipon ,'there"seemstobe we would decide that"uch crop double robbers.' ., : I'. seeds;'bugs;etc.. So that we h&Ve three well p5y yOu' for \bs/ator. land "
ru U prtbaW'ty your
4 j.e4 -*..lfOilcldthhIiPd' every ..morning -....,. '5 daya 4 years.Turnip'4' cuntr. ia accounted forowing a'kind of'mania-to burn 'rile lathe as .lima brans cabbage and sweet corn .. Don't it spear that.tb. American Society highly; important'.reasons.1: !lot embarking first place. In deeply'.before, ,
w clot .J '.' d.yi.. that-loryCirs Cuba has of fence rich soil lull -of hu- of f in more..eKtenslvely in the production never wa plowed to
the'dusting- lv don with a -3 5 .r. tb. land. Yard are raked ,corners absolutely require JCquity should take the con- will
after
I ; '
4. f . ,-) a market for the product of the is ; .. \ and the roots of the. cow peas grvq
?. o..I..n"d wIth kerosene it will always. -'- -- feed and -ramsackcd with miss.nd stable manure a necessity. sinner ss well- tie crudncer. a both ohioV . .L.. '
; II; j :,,.,-.'":qnl I narts.of.akimVi1lk Tosrty7 Ama tarnA sv MsO fret range at most profitable price., one:cerd' impulse.1; ';Jo\t tu'all Mr..Hewlett's experience ,disprove uu> secure j.*ti-e1'' Surely-the- consumer Our climate i is 10. mildr>that there-is 'you richer eutti.lg soil twin off the ever gf t si roots.." H ,
v Alter
oil' ;Poring th.\llt.! few'yean i be in both .theories. He take. thin a'
i tafldwatetl, good for" w.hin& ; ; ; : vegetation conceived <* w and gives a ; plan to :the I a change.Jiisbeen.apparent., iDco Scrub-oak land.little'better than, sand.pill.out. .which any should
.; j cloth as-.jr removeJdirt' / seiohtm r replacing the In tO.'tber.'lbl m e.0H. movemnt ;*means.Io..er" prices -as .veqaired'in the north. the cold weather wHI Destroy the most
.' i ne Klo.: :: : the expression "a- pastures are have been*inclosed. through.even, offer the appropriate ..the tump and plant corn; more _if rm'prkes and pure goods But the'building should be located on ,H e.cepei the winter thecow ,.
1 *''wlch in *trong.v4negarr de.lr that bP been talked of for many many housandi ot( ,cr. .isrying pla. for the offending with bout 1,000 pound of fertiliser peracre.1 for tbem.-Jp, to Date TFarmlng., aneldnfedpieceof.dry"grOundl'; / well of t.em. any tbe i growth.-
iSoak-lmp -. .will prevent
the. cowboy to *
,e. ; 'lt'ti: idea of "forty acresand a wa.exnt thou on the farm this I1egets good-xrop.ol grain I Is pea
.|' iiB.the-lamps. thld growths constincted have a good roof. It subtropical- plant it must
and -
pl
r ; light mute.1 in circulation has been the hed.ma a4 short the following-year,by OLDHoiijSE this being a
and fo4der.and
ThiswiU.insurea, dear bright a .put repl.cf ) practice Is.,suicidal.,.i4"ltre, o ''A QUAINT. better for .hen to roost In a-tree: than the sunlight to grow '
( have ,,
: : immediately after war. We do not p'lt"r ? .. ,,, using more" fertilizer grows either j a ," ' ; ,
'without smoke cpminaL-' III IIJIIII !' ., : GARDEN, : : .. . to be in a poorly constructed house, This is much. cne' .fr To 'r.ke'.exeel lr' starch.mi: .twot knois upon what.basis of justice auch. atchemercan Better blood 'bat 'bf faifused.1. ti* W.cJ'i: e'e_ Vnown. ..ocalle4TarT14. largawctop' *ornorfulUcropof The Bertram house of Philadelphia, through, which the wind can, whistle and to a company an scrt,'and you
size of tauahty pay
the ) I
tea- considered.The
two be IS
fnoqey ,' month
J .lnfMI.o turntine" average me'r IJIfOlIf a unique memorial of pre-Revolution. damp 4r.faiienetrate',Suih,,buildings Mow the land 'witlVn twelve
,, onefourt For' thi* enterprise must;come put .of of lmprotsd.I Ciltt- vgJweoeaqjtritwu> preparatory" b "i \efoVtblJ fowls to contract .rouproneof TTve tcTeight .
witb.three- the'-pockets of people: and natural' crftpf fine beginning kn then' Ionegq"f4'beac 'i cause the
purchase
:; pound of gobd bulk starch tie to'plowmgT *f rprisinjjyearvater :in a paper i ia the.March,Delineator. method i yoa save your *i
contagious disealeaby.whielsipoultry
oar
t Kep the ask, for'what..Thenegroes to wild grasses ot l soda arWeinB otie a*l at tbe most deadly
ly people replace nitrate >a
fresh "rlin 'w.ter "i th cotton-seed meal of. *> : ye your'andgood cultivation -
-f Bartram
: in glasa-frnil. CIA and "*. the amefaother .] ... received r. th* range;'while feedine has-< many f for : the sfitroszen to/th t erpp; i rcJSfc-on VQiLSwhicKmajay of uacvouldronoancc John.'who turned; the his builder; ws* si1' farmer are afflict d..V The per acre, give of )hay and fertilize --at
mor..n tb bot.
II "pl.a attention else two crops
.. cold starch,' shaking each timers rum for thei labor than case been lath 01.. anpwuigthat (this' vfr/ > worthless if we had it., Not premise must be< kept clean you
.. ' abolished cattle ) plat. bsts.. asid .shocucrotation ''y".nd eventually become the'mo i cholera IU. invade the- flockoM" the soil the benefit '
received the
." taxing any ut"I' : i .in. slavery was ; range ; .. present.In let .afsI .only-tbis. new famous American botanist of hi. < crops''for Don t stand In
: In year
4 the hey,fwere cared for in sickness and in .Re ntly Floridagrown: and fattened' .eacy ( ; *V re oftesf worked in,. C op <*1- day. poultry have never1 been affected with see, lettingprejudc ,ndignorance'
'I tT, 'ert'l "drivn.t Ibis house1 frequented li,ht,
te was
; 'I.ot'l dropd .m0t ( old eg.; they,were Instructed in hand' known quantity and oil tb 1.4 Cf.t.to /moe 1 I 10'l-'AOP VJUJJhottfJ\ wting.tggrowgrain Stei*.' among.Iliera the-fouDden.by illustrious of cholera r'soup.'but I am informed bya'relabta'pooitrvman year own ,event your accepting
1t I be .bm the lo5get" p
.' ; aootl crafts and otherwise benefited between that- specific,
a-inaW a
.ndweep .. II 5ny.tin'oftbS were by 'lcn" rival of We.L UI wl fe., or grass theIt. t Republic. -.It.is excellent tl'mgin making a friend i out '
; I.,l.,left wiptwith a clothrwrunsr from the white' 'man's oversightand"Judl- era.beef in m.rkel No .. ..... kitr-Tii .t'-M, ---1 f""'.-'ullited '; : .. . t. 1sfa.ot; 4t Colonial' architecture*ri 'of good example fOr cholera i is' armall piece tof Ipim supposed a good enemy. -Herbert rpst...
cs'i ol
pro-
.e. \ ,, !. strong borax water::and then with ne ment. ": *- popl --,. them the Union can and better as a result .mlonia Mil', the reriiI rer.rin '*'T u dPOll portion sod"kOmclike : camphor about the size'of Ito pea given > Constitution? f
c } The fol
:;:= 'I. urg.froinclesrwte?. Uealtinwillow Preedjra .and .e to *seenrcthem material neceesary for the 1rft to draw anycowmiecpaclMsjterw'1r4inthe Mies* remarkable advantages.. Jt is.level (I interior _. appearance.exhibit'th. th.'tick.Iowlgery other day until A.tanta.) -
ararngement : ,
the. jaw. What anti easily 'worked. Belnu-'w.nn' ad cure'Sickfowlsslioald be -
I I .forwaahing rnattmu equht. and fact and burns-off dried tor luaintnesa 1 they>r
< ; ;W ble.on. f.tenlni ct. and "lIcit, cf.th. 'times. incorporstion of the-
) to item by because"he Tanciesrit "pidlr'led. feart be ow 4 and Bt- thflock rtificste of
i'KJeVold t - .M. deb the repb time otlief'vegetI'tlo& p A be Immediately,separated'from The
thn
c. Xonld expected I I. of filed
t. ., .f i" 4'1 . .' E.. any it should b pid t tbut.what co. This ,is .a, broad ".teat to be in the v/sy of the plow ..Inter.fe'rencewitb ,ted',<&rI ;It..IJblnl. few. hour after a especial interest, containing the-garden elsecontagion will, developSpidly, San Juan Fruit Company has been *
; : Countyclerks
,r ." . . 'j_ i the is' rain tivatora be start rare yarle. .iff.( Y.)
the
o. .a why i and wilt doubtless be denied; bowee. early le or. merely air heavy may, ties of( flower.:shrubs and trees, Oeanliness.will prevent disease among in the Chautanqua u ol the -1-::
i owed Possibly Mr. to' the .-'- One'team a sd a man' can'accompli some office' The; purpose
i.nt. Il H.an the facts'cannot.be tbt lu sightly and fr simplest or the latter oonltry.,especially-if-,good houses are
w U.f .n. lug in.' knowing di.pteo '' "'>1" '"",=' fasmore in such toil than, havingattaine4, ere( 'the buying, selling, using.occupyingand .
( "v"w'1" \ ,heavy are
Iatf native grasses to remedy; ; ' l and in.,The company
/ : 'glove4 l ( cay. 4 height'. and .." "t r, ." klc' in -the hand < ; pension plan not ret.? cultivated.'pasture; grasses-suited.tothe -Ptow. t1IegtttOII'IfldCf'Iht1E'Is4, clay' ..Heavymachinery;:,like potato , ; 1 Plymouth< Rock: is,the best allrpund '** t K& 4,
;sea .4014"; ot. prov*l- climate-and soil'-such a. the Bermndjss and digger'will do fat more and riorwodei. : food'fnu' chickens reatjestater and the building..bilying.
'- protection. otCOQel"lt''e"er f J; Id1ssed.tmach, fowl for the (armwherS tgf/a'and/ 'buddiagI1'tbersi.ing.
L ., . leasing .
.T mum, f f ,'pespalom and parsi -thi..opea and' which repre selling. an4
; :'b'aweiIC: of theirwI140, or'of tne" inResmen .'o'will dela produce herd of ..4 forget tbaJNfiri i cuts> to the crop, what the mod j h like putting honey'Into a'pocket with .Jjoth are-wanted.- -Fostigrprofluctlowatonevthere better-hen >than buying,selling; canning.;dry-
tbe lrler' frI I lae r.n.eq hole.: The money'i, lost. AH .its Isne i and converting Into
bd. to practice! it f Mobil* Relitj., cattle be -self-feeder",'doe*.Jo five stOck JAsi tag preserving
f wi no r value for 1aQthillar"V1Ien the stnalj-active') brown Leghorn.' fruits, VeretaMe -
coaaW cu.t. be off and 4y nI0IsfeV i i. hOW well;k ownv'many breaderof; goes the manufactured products
In \-. can f.tene r V stomach I II diseased.iwiilt the alii. The'eonrmon iuixed'bretdaaaVi'15k, ol the aoild.
_Ir' SaMa c td'aril* every Official f tatistics ..show i.e of -cottonseed saajc Flortda Anrles ',' A* a*r othir product* .
j who mutra* I of enter. numbtr of pasaeatvn and of tht''t and cassava, at a ma ., c ,I. *"" gins .of.digestion. 7.DCi nutrition. i ; the: better than none, bm In all case a pure alsipg..buyin breeding ana selling - a

I \ .Tf0., te.Lbsrs.sigJ. oarrajhsisJfs! wjbo are ktlhid or ia- 6a.been.'practically'demonstrate; *! I They, are placed where they can, JIIrr51b food whfch Is pat f'to i' it ia largely lost cock-should be,used,to grade up the cattle horses and other animal ia the

? ,\, & ..j lured f&i>tr%>riMr m proportion t oar experiment and by pfaiiK % -The.nutriment $is not extracted .from !1g. noct/ Money," time_ and painnaking make i.land'Of.P0110. Rico,,- 'The amount pC 'l

_ gsod** by r arway. h.vl somethto I[ t 0.1., th* United Stte.-thl cl growers and .aO.. The,jattepins; : The bod7 ,it',.,_' .. air.)and'the.bloo4., ', re irilt qcwrn larger profita and capital' stock''I; $ioo.ooodiv1d4'nto:
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'-' ?..which ,., ;be .pe ll ; Florida'cattlofor'th.marketbut "' < I they naturally eat.what they requiac poerlshd, ,. 'lei -," ,1"jot'! ; ;.' t e tJm1jU pleiserc'IIl* J! 3000 chare- each of $3*. .Th* company .
;" '*. * InIJJr"C.1 b in- .- and kmd-.< I I4n4 thrIve aroazily '. > .i ea wUb'$8000.The .- (
oc fri MI. th. g re fcw year *mc tanknown; Vfjtthoagbt $V""u." _ __ wll* beir> -
potted CbIe V I" _- Clpry! th. car i impoasmle at'-1.Da. ,withovtfea, *nc
_ ._ It.., are comsnonreHaacea, 11 i..V*" d ibis exxHUr* than Today-a t.of. kind>By weffblnr WTtia .aitt, ,' I'''.Iria.. t 1: 1r ,,'14.I *g'Js'hou.uens..r'' wIfl l bajA PnnkirW: n4 lttdurw J, / ,;

.tl t. alw* a r kitt.i be aearlbTpr I in,tbe ''i ''L .L .. r .,,.'J :,A class ai ii'or"tlusao tioni.tob4 9 year. ,,. 1nilia
f'cl4 & ...Sato* at . ; ;r
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1LIPHONtMO. n ......r ............ $6o1oocc jP'er-Day: :".". ,COA..c..1, 'll\\ .: :- ."' 4_ _ _ '
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B. POUND, : iW. 01' a 3- policy-hoKkn. Waters L':& :Carsol t.. QIIE': '
hIIiaI. :ot'' tf
t 8. HAsuua, f ? 1,.I(e InMnJtcevCompany . : ':J
me .etrsq. 1M : -
I in.ne
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: J0E.PoU1ID.It.r. :: ... ... be become devttalUiag. the 'of J< w,York.; :,Multiply .' in LI t r,. ..w .._ aid ....II..sterIo-----. -,. ; ES---t-1 J : -' -.---' 1'' n


the ullsMtter.eascaimoit Faawfsea i. xtsauun**, ru. oM-.-Protalnenk-seldom-.. or men ever In' 'the a- source medical' 8';pro-dls- hat t by a)'e&r and the'wonder :! O- QC :E; x $ SJ*") ;;: .-- -__ _____J -pJPULL..e! .y ; :, ; #

'_loa aeeert It la natural anlta- when 4+++++++++44'+o"++++++++ JIJLtS J
.s bsis WUI ptsi. etIV tb .s UT a of( the amount diaappean ; .' .
Hum, statistic prove I U, to. be much
I T above tMareraffe.. la point of health f carn'h wand where the : : st TiVrhottts in
you
A.4I.II 1'0. Tovt.
the death less .lt
rave being than any I covIsTy ,l
aMjwtU , other of --- ---- !TAas\ \
5ob4 st. portion: the known world savea largest accumulation trust : ----7. :
limited section. In California. It. 1.1 J A' Y I : I CRATES '
I UO UNlbI tot also eoQceded by. national --experts funds in the world is i invested. : Celebrate 1 Fertilizers I Standard 1 Oil and -. PUMP'S: i

b Mis be on* of the beet. stock. "countries' In: '. GRAIN I = E TOe nto'r, Company .

: the union Cattie. and hogs can be as, shown in "A Banked, Wlli. ClroaUra and Prises. _ .ge' .ArinothFcr111Izer Co. . . ETCETC f
.raised at less ,
: UTI. .. a cost hero than In the I
\: .......... A..*I0.ttie. .. Atm Contractor"' '
flRSp ,I .T .. Western States, where winter. feeding This book; is tint on request :" 7l'Tk' e .
Ou..TW osthu. must be given for a lour, period, and " -
... .. . '. .
o.. d )',Ihr.outU .25i large )losses frequently occurring from T" ,..tI : <

sever storms. and blizzard It. maI-Ii_. ,i irteSI ,

i Friday,, February vj., 93., has been ascertained, that. the -..-..Lesms'..... "'IqrI. . . , HIDES: FURS.WOOL. ,
higher grades. of stock can be Introduced _..- ..... : .
when young and -become a* Grade F W l 11
High Whiskey :

,, ...... .. "..NBORO OFFICE HOLDERS. I IIf native immune animals.from'Spanish( .fever as are our THE MUTUAL L..n-'J.\I'I1IlANC' 'i.
; >b;* necro Is capable; Wo.alUof<< The YorlcTnarlcotTeport place COMPA.NY. NEW YORK - - - .

I. I. ', floes In u.. 1S 1lth. h* certainly ought and Florida grapefruit Ort-ln. orangea penches. -hisses.; : NoCuses. .Fiuldee Co - - - - TT''_,__ _ _', __ "_=,_ __' _ / Klashsisa: ,.. '**. Fie '_ A
pines quality, superior to .
to lie In tb North! and It would' *eem, ; -
,4 under -circumstances that they every some foreign\of the or native higher sort.In .expensive. Nassau Cedar., WillIam and LIberty "---.--'-. --I ...-"."I Mayor's': Proclamation', ixenange. -. J 1-
.epL\CJY,
should be appointed more numerously grades of tobacco. "we' hav. no corn p.tillon. Sta., .New York N. Y. l Br vines o U.. power raaUd. .In I, .
The late World's Fair at CECIL. WJLJLCOX. NaDaael'l' iCard.pA Adcrhold. N.Jo' of the Town of K..I. .
-I topffioe* in th last .named section i Mlr. : AN.D' lifE OW RELIABLE.
Paris li aLa the Orat premium & : n'
gave our : auld
eUMtlon
'th..o
hut MI
.
in the flrs I1ere'UMrp bfbl
appoint* la contest. with all the nations of the M. TILLEll Agent.\ Klsslmmec, Fla. --------" -_-.. rda',tl.oa .r marcb.A.0. .tlc. :: 'E H. L1k313Z'
jot always creates.. more or less Trio- earth. ., .. 8t.. of th. followlnic. r:: 'F r ,
1 purpose 'us- MANAG R I '
_ .1"1
1i 'Lion| there, it is supposed, It they nav* Our soil and mild climate I. admirably .- Tragedy.Averted,. Mra.to aarKtor,, '0.. yew, ,1,1 .

o the. ability, it is all that is necessary, adapted. to. growing) ugar cane ".1a.t in the nick of time our little VANS AGNEW, Oaa Mayor, .
It is beyond question. that we havesuperior boy "was saved" writes Mrs. Watkins :XtJ.1: ... Collector - .
,. .,. but lobe .apposition seems to hav*. a advantage over any State. of Pleasant CIt..Oblo. "Pneumo I ATTORNEIT: AT LAW: ....... .- T< .'the. 5. I "have the largest stok or.Vinca, %Vlutsides' :
aou J. meaning and eapabls of a con: with him I AlaokrrM'AldrrtMa! to svrra fit ( ,
in the Union for manufacturing sugar nia had played aad .havoo. I AND NOTARY JEUBLIC. and Beers ever bundled in KI..i.nmee. All .
struction'. applloabl (o tb other section and ayrup. and a terrible cough &8In besides FLA etIwoysuri.I b.reby..pni I. W, ItarmMr. ".. j grades-at prices to'. suit the ..' .
- In early' vegetables South Florida doctors treated him but be grew" .KISSIMMEE.:: alliawa.aaHl 5. O'Qulnn. Jnapoelo tme. e 'I
oal,., W* of the South say, Ube e' ..
r Clark i of aald olcMloii.Inmlwiaa 1\ .
has the .DUre- Union for .. market; worse every day. At length w* tried MrerV Baravi. .. \ -
'
Ie.h. any reason entitled:to appointment seventy million of people>> depend onus Dr. King's New Discovery for Con .JR. J. W. SIMPSON_ tows ba e 1..0.M
band
why no*'five bin a plao* for winter vegetables at- prices uraptlon and our darling was saved . .aal* aa Mayor tows b . i.c. A.:'
amonir the people of his own party, that render the bu.ID. very remunerative. H.'* now sound sad _II. )Kvery.- 'DENTIST. ., o.ThIS. ..J.,W.nl, f ADKKHOI.D., : 'R: epC. ;a- .
This vast number of ought to know It.. the only sure ] ..
while the appointing and others& clI.t.ome"'l body Csoeolk H Maror Tows of .1. ,
power I Is annually Increasing, aDd In a few : cure for couch, colda' and all luni Offio over Pbsrmae Fla. o lb I
orls party strip say "he t Ie allrlffht, years will... our effort to supplythem. diseases. Guaranteed by' Osoeolifharmaoy. OPTIOn HOURS: lI 90) ,a< m. to It m.1! CII._:j ,4rA. E. BEARDBN Proritor.n .

for lobe South, but w* hav others for In thisvast and rapidly expanding Price toe and '!. Trial 1:30: to 6:3:
northern appointment1 businessthere never can be. bottle. free. SATISr'ACTION G ItAN.TKKD. .1 . .
found any other base for supplies.. ... > No. 76 Jun B, lyr.M. Publication; -
TJpon this question tb* Plttsburir, The list. of article which .we can --- Telephone ,Orderjor --- -
((1s. Post of the 21st has'', the l lIow. and land .
) department.
furnish\ the world If.detcrlbed 1s too 1 I.lbs Circuit Conrt. 7tli jodkrlat VI".I :
Ing. sensible editorial 1l) long for newspaper article. l w.o1l14'embrece Texas and-Arkansas were rapidly .J.Mick' V. W. sMIewSv' roola couair.,FloridaHCLbKNA ''n C -J. ,POWDER -
'' Sea Island cottonsponge. *. filled with a good elas of Immigrant HICKS 4.HOLLOWAY.PhysIcIais: WlaLIII I -
The Senate oommlU. r which It by A, E. Ford, O. W. Rugiles and H S I.O. .
lumber kaolin -
naval storeoysters, I *-
Pure.
: must be remembered i* ta republican starch, hide C. Townsend who at various. time and Snrgeons,. 'OBI WU"N' Absolutely *
glucose, to Ib *
afndaTll aavaadad
phosphates I by
apaaariM '
coinmluee having reported adverselyto and the confirmation of the appointment. of the Gould lines. a. .,...dalendaal thuds' naaaad I. .
to be Omepl'OlDlDt answered nigdt. .
Our fisheries are yet day or .
.. collector. of of Ito of Florida. ..d -
Mala
of Dr. Crun, a fieffro Kansa and Nebraska war. developed ; .Id. .
OII.t.om.'D.rl..too..., S. C. ,the ae a vat and important BBSOUCItCH PHONKU: : ._ Iba dafandaat la uakaowa. .. A .,
.
on business factor employ loir' many thousands quickly: tnrough the effort of Hicks, No. 40.Holloway, No. *- ana of l :It la lb.rafota -
ground that he U a colored man and and using profitably large, Investments the. Kook Island, the Burlington and .()flto, Phone Mo. 3.. that aaM : l. ba sod ALES. BRANDIES
the people of Charleston .re adverse line Northwestern railway The work baral.y to of 0' W.INES. 0L
of capital. Our coast : ., ) ; ;
: to such an appointment. and"hence the Is larger than any other State we was systematic and perditent and Dot .. lbS pistol elk day of :.'t "55j $ 5ous ,OUT -
President., should relieveth* Republican have innumerable harbors and site necessarily expensive. Papers were F. 'I'.OIltA50II..tci.-. ........: almalwna of aaM .rcc WHISKI S' ,:;. poiOUstl11i4$ L I

Senate. of" determining< cover for small fishing craft,, while lisued monthly and -scattered through AU. CALLS .......a.... "by p.14 d.IiodseI.ordered that- .
lu fimbar
this question and. the validity of. our waters. teem with edible flh. the K:asl and Middle States by thetraveling 'Pbeae a.1. S Office'P"... tit now a waak. 'o four aonaoi-nllva . E. E'AnlieuserBusch
"*ieId.ut. "
4 'this reason by recalling the noml1 We have. water communication withal passenger agents of the varlou 1."e I Uaaclla a . CU3.ARS AND T BCC9s For ,Colds-La Grippe I I.
/
1 nation, which 1 I. another way of de.fasting points and are nearer Cuban and line. Local land agent were XIMIMMEK.. : : Ft*. ,.. :1.W.llr and I..

_ the appointment. PresidentRoosevelt South American ports than any of .h. appointed In every' community where. : LII '.r''. Cheult( Protect yourself, and don't trust t ,
I.said to have responded States. On the completion, of thIfthmlanCanal people "were, numerous. Car. tiled R. A. JJ. STEVENS. By W. a. ,
that be will "do no such thing," and Tampa, Jacksonvlll with the products. of .the Slatoa seekIng .,n) I, W. .J. SI,U&.... .oll""ol. ...- P"ldenc0D4era"u.
: that senators'. must face lobe music of which immigration "were sent. to all popu ", Beet do. "otlet" befo"le taking
Miami will be the gates through ....DENTIST..
.retifyhig or ...jectillirbe appointment.. the greatest commerce "will, flow--aa lou center! in charge of men who NOTICE cold U a physical crime.: You may.prevent .
.
Thev must go on 'the record, and It cannot fall to become cities of importance. could describe the country; specimen I Gi Administered., IK hERESY OIVEIt ihst'sn .h. 'Ih LON. DRA'UGHT AND BOTTLED L'o a cold, or, I too ltJo c

Implies abandonment'of the principlesand . During the construction of.this farm were established at. various I I 8.30 A. ... to II-.., and )llrrh A. l>. IIMM 1 will apply I She HiW. Insure yoursulf against 'r .f--
their in the ,
profession of party freely given to Ollleellourel: tt. jMiMHMl.tbiinlr*uJ. ui
work-=eittmaled to occupy a )I'e- point; passes were ... .
past.; The president seems to have great rlod of NDour. State will be local agents in charge of mail partiescheap ; l .ojgj.jo' P. Mil os prl..l. wle, the. i..IIuwIs5. Can only be round in Kissimmee on Broadway 0 .cts'tioy. tbcr the greatest cgr,
\ the republican. senators in a hot on ; mad ORLANDO. FLORIDA real e515Io. -wtii. by using *Iron c
the base of supplies, causing an influx excursion rate .were eoramr KM the BRICK BAR BUILDING. I.r'
this question. of a desirable class of \people and twice each month, and one obmpan;, I"a.n w H J: b'SLret'at ,0N die. from Cold. La or c .
,"Bot is the president in much better Pullman. I" "" II. Grpp .
a demand for all oilr agrloulturaproducts. furnished cars similar to the M. WlUr.SQN, JR., .1 .They die of th
position U* appoint DejI'roe. at the tourist car, in which prospectorslivsd J. : .. I ifs.(..USC..i* ..'M.I"' ,>l .N. th e a
.
diseases
p South to-Important federal offloe, well There Is no exaggeration in any Vtements >" during the trip, and without any l NOT IIY"- PUBUIC... t -, iceS *aa iMrlnif R. BUTL.E.R- .at.wekeD. t "'
.1 !knowing.' the people most* concerned Lh..di &' every. one of which additional expense. ":: > STATK LAnGE.uui .1- si alter .rfc..a minor. ., Iui uw purpuM weakened body cm a of' .
about such offloe are opposed can be'attested; and" proved. No other The Illinois Central hat done much : .AT 1.-. ...,of 'disease that fasten on weak
''to th .ypoIDtmIIIIW. Yet he baa thousands State or section ..precent greater induoements for the Southern States It reacbe 'I l.t.it. AgentIUSSIMMEB. : ....Ir r..p.i.s.n. I heart' stomach, and ID -

:. .. to nil at lbs for emigration or Investment Many thousand Northern farmers. !: -, FLORIDA.I KXl ClaardUs. a.I. 11 lo.'J -_-._ 1_, -- = _ Iddoey o.r oC.v
; think
their --- weak *
the by part
North where people, '
professions of capital, and yet our lnorea*. hare been willed along Its lines I ID .1 -=
on the race' issue, should look .In population la meager compared Mississippi and Louliltna. Nothing W. liAR WI Ll., Not e of Application of Tb.easle.tondbrstthlngtodolsto.fortify I .
011 them with favor and the. president hare. done has will not
with newer Slates. possessing lets possibilities tb..r.ll.a" ever pail I dian to Selt Land.Kolfa the system so that you
''make no such appointment. ".- The upshot for the bvmeseeker or capitalist. the stockhOlders 10 well. T...... Pa. PEACE *.a -- __ w catch cold but too late. UN do that,
JUSTICE: or TilE ,
1 h l rlrtn that m :
is that he appoints southern negro cUte stock, when running through s > "'r I
,
.
-* **'; for political purposes, andrefuses In Olll'DOJleuel'\ "we, will endeavor sparsely settled country, was quoted XOTAHV PUBLIC STATE AT LARGE Jndr Matnil of I4lk Osreol.IMS. COOBIT will ,plJY .. .,Ike: then you must see that no lul'lII -

to appoint them at the Nortb for to point out the catisee that* have prevented as low.. M Iwr hare; now "worth MARRIAGE SPICIAI.TV. .HUUK In KlMlmmre, .... elty: 'or*," order. .; State. BankofKjssimmee f j Jury Is t01e_Medlc4authorlilee! ,
the same reason because such ap a more rapid growth and the t42 to $45. Missouri Pacific pl'lol't.o Office on Stewart,Avenue. (*I BrlrmM. Mle following "._.. agree! U the fighting 81.m.otof.u. .
-a-J.Ipolutments wouTd be objectionable to best method of securing a good class any effort to introduce immigration "IS3IMMEE.F.LA.. .I.C"'r."o'. ..of '..' blood enabling the system not only- '
,
.
people having most to do with the offl- of people to. make an examination othe. sold at t'JA )per share; now worth 'lI&Some tinnrlr,Mnitlos 9. T..II. U 4inik. ,. '
t oas and interested in their management wonderful natural resource. anadvantage of the other lines show evegreater it KM JkMlrniavf* lbs ,>p 45050554. loo toirs - off disease, b'0 fight I after

and direction. of our Stale. Increase In value of stock.A 1. -f HIRAM I LDER7SAN M 11. It a foot
I -
"We can see no good reason why An examination Of the physical o' well directed effort by the ralways' Il-I-P-A-N-SJ TabuJo-a! VasrdUii. of mli.or I holes ol |: Offers to Customers ,Every Facility bohL'I'
,
capable and respectable negro should Florid of Florida, assisted by their AldSt55aS d.osuaI. .
,, material condition found in Doctors find ,
not be appointed to office North and will\ convince the most critical person Northern and Eastern.. connection. . 1 .- ConsIstciiMvltliSound. Management.IVrsnnal ,. Dr. HARTER'S f' ''

South other than race objections. ; but that It presents favorable chances for would soon produce astonishing .result A !good prescription for _, _ ,

-
Notie Iids. -- *
1; the trouble 1*that the republican deny success in agriculture horticulture. .. It. I I. sate to say the Immigration For mankind& IRON TONIC' 1
the fore of such objection, claimingthat stock: growing or any of the ordinary "to our State could be vastly .In. g.Isi. .<1. will* be n-eHrnt .1. the Alloulion tp AH JtusuicijB Intrn'ntf t., V.. :

the negro have as but much when righttooffloftas it pursuits. of life. A* a permanent home created' and cur'' tourist. builne... s.Iu0.The n...M>nt Tlw iMtehrt,tenllr. I."txxtl._(.h ao'for i..nu'..).ro.1.._....no.. m.'etInf for .I xl ndlns the booM Icons ofCNmiilr on the Inrnplka t- --.--- .. "Is Just the.remedy a* I eu' .' : :

lobe white, for the aged or invalids, who are: 1constant doubled. . .'wpIv lot s |,.... All.drufl"">u Mil Ito... .Iowa.. l.h. ... ...of f... '0 ; pile'the Dee the ',
comes to'appointing negroes in, their danger If living in a rigorous\ If you "will, examine any' of the leading ttut.' ..tlrrniif. ,.1.1. .m.' N. B. CAFSONcAsHiEn.-' blo dUr wit
b I>all heurt. '){ .
in '. .
..
own section they are up arms Climate. this section. 1. peculiarlyadapted. ma."ID.aal'MOChl. icround. 10 foot rt--u west !to. f m 1.u Old L Gpp 1
against hat once. This shows lobe For the business l man seek Scflbner'i, and. others-you will fln< : M-OOJ! ttt ci0H ..I..with| Mnvk heart T - before, dllrn. or 1- .

'sham of the negro issue in politic Ing rest, the fltflierman. or hunter, page after page of artistic advertisements Sailboats .ioitt:[ t' IlIlieSlId.. WALTER taken In time, It prevent I If & .
confined .
that lobe problem I. of iA"
and race California winter resort
Florida is a paradlve. However atractive ; '. ; will shorten the'oourae U
It J
:
;, .. t.obe Southern people. We all know this all may bat the average while Florida, 10 easily reached with .- I -= - -- :. :. ----=- = during, ., "
.( the contrary.. Generally It is as much home-seeker demands and insists OD a better climate and superior hotel BY T1-IE1-1013R, DAY Notice Debtors ten after, It will prevent a bad after
in evidence in on section as the other, other features which he deem highly accommodations, Is conspicuously. ab ald_ '
'andsometime. has manifestations at VEHK; MO TH. All parties karlnl. elalmi of any ., -
Important.The sent.Our OR a,alu4 Iba estate of II. Ix-aka.. Women art especially..beDeit by .;
the North that are not found in the will be asked: "Howas local State papers' can be mail :.I ,
Oaroiila
question VAILEY-GAZETTC. lata of County.. are q Il
I APPLY AT PHONE Iron Tonic,as they seen 1
Booth. Particularly is this th caseIn to your schools, churches, taxation to do great service. I< very one oon I praapnttae aama *a tba D. Hr. ,
the black mon an field oi trutbfullD'orna.UoD thanlu-alari..: wllblw I lb. : the _of
giving open transportation facilities, character! !taming as to our i= =, er lrm WeD _Ol 'k
in Industrial occupations and. memberbersblp .- of the'' people, toleration, of .opinion ,climate. soil or products, should be A Colomial-.Party. law reoeerv o Ibis nailt-a,.11.. I. Grippe longer .-men, they
in trade unions. theology politics etc?" mailed to some.. friend with article rartlxi. lslet.154 to saM wtate ai. rL arepsrtioularlyausceptlbletotbeaotlos -
"W suppose ths fact Is that in on. Tin school system of the State hasreceived marked.In : . O.of the most unique;*and withal I lo neSs Mitoftotorv .... .. %".... formenlof i .
:f the** appointment North and South the careful attention, of our the Interests. of Immigration, thSlate pl..a.social events that has that OOOWMI 'i.-uudSeIeIy.A. K. BKAKDKM.Georgia : of a blo builder such a*this i

. a big haul is being fought out reirarsUe -. legislature, and compare favorably. through experimental!: Statlon been XI..lmm for quit a- . Ad.lu., 0. sAIg ni.w. : ,
** of peVsonal'considerations.Tber : with the method adopted the older should furnish tbe railways for "whllewa* a Washington EtoISIsuso 1 .IlL, V.b.. S.. : !. .
"_. \ *> Is no need to disguise this. fact commonwealths. Primary schools are distribution. any bulletin. descriptive. Party." at the bospitablehonse of Mr. : ) .;. .J .' -- .' i. 1 .,.':a
aDd subordinate this Issue It Is the found In every community that need of special branches of agriculture.The . and Mrs. N. C. Bryan on Friday evenIng I ,

'question of < race supremacy. There them high school bare been organ cause of our slow progress Ie last, in honor of their J', the Sontliem & > ,

/..... DOW ten million negroes Iabe lied in almost every town" In the State: certainly the .result. of tbe general pub- charming Miss Ibis of V i" OBNUIMB .O t OILY -,Y ' I" ''' i
: ". United States, and with their wondertally .- Careful attention U paid In the selection 110 not being acquaintedwith our natural Oa. Th participants were. attired In T" !
,.j .rapid Increase, "Harper's Week-, of teachers. books are furnished .resources.. The method adopt colonial ,I., and the boone was anlisticaily : I '
A. E. BEARDEN SK'SKS.!
'.. ''''" calculates that not many census' without cost tothe pupils. In add. by Northern and Western roads, applied decorated la th*' nationalcolor. "8uwA7411 .NiVI. .OUT. i
Wacad" wUl before the colored to \lbs wilt the red, whit add blue. "liurjr-
pass lion to our public schools we have South produce i.
.. SCHIDPLKl EFFECT 4AXUADT ____ __j
f" 4."latlon will exceed 20,000.000, several. colleges), and a State Agrlcutural same result*._IjLABOOOSSEK.'Nearly :. ine the hatchst," was a game that created .

: '. ._. wllhh will b*'nor* than the popula- School ae food as can be found considerable amusement, only Mil. ;z.- :.. : : -,- -

fl .\kIIt .f all the State* wa* when ..Will. In'the Union. Our State Is one of the Forfeit. HI*'Ijf*. 1 equaled blDdID&It again. At a seasonable ." ."..,......-* .Flyer.. Quick : .
Beery Harrison was elected ores- that "rural consol were served I ... I .
have .f.bDW
: few adopted A runaway almost ending fatally' ( S 00 m 7 -- -
.... This colored and If needed toestablish .1"10. .
.. ID.18tO. 80,000,000 several rural any e"lden.* in
admitting
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started a horrible ulcer on the leg or .1'"a ,
II''!; will bemallllYooD.I.at.ecls. for hostess a .,,. 12
on school districts to unite. and establish reputation: :
m= :
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. For : '
...-. I it a wonder the as an entertainer excellence U : i..r" 155151. ft 2
was
>u schools of a high grade. The par : .
pu four years It defied all doctors and ArMaaon SMsm ) The'
hav mlagtvf < abundantly l supplied by this 1..a..1 -
people great distanceare HOUSE
pill Uvlejroeyond a walking: all ..m.cU. But Buoklen'i ArubaSalve c. orsi. GRAVES PERDAY
utur* at this ominous In- brought to school In public con of the evening.When the "we swa Ar. ...,,..... TMsaa T
bad trouble him. "
1 .....quick to .roe-lix anylaoaaosocial vsyanoee. These consolidated schools. Equally good no for burns,to. bruises cure skin hours" were noted the party reluctantly -'' Cbaltanoota.-S .o. at. t,....... 205pm I . . ,

thing ala : and politicalW with\ better buildings and equipments eruptions and piles. Sac at OsoeosPbrmaCy' ) took their departure f the. *--"c. vT'a.'iL'.. 5$"* S
eq of \be north ar* of the larger attendance and wider course. 01 ; soeue of such pleasure . J., 'T'. O ENS.
and blood and race pride, present were Misses Dicks, Ar8ki.ouis. ., ,.ISsm T P.OPRI.TO.
5 b study, gives the Isolated farmer's family Tho A, ....... 405111 .
f IWS be a* quick to reallm these. all the advantages. of popular cen Brownt Pl'k.l', Johnson, i.55.5.2. 1
in th South... Coil arecssdlags.TOWN Carson Messrs ArE.nuh.vll15.. 50Cm
a* they are wj SPECIAL( BY THE WEEK
.r 4 thud the .sam la both ,- ters.As to churches, they are, numerous HAIX. Feb. 3. 1903. son, Yowell; Wo Burrows ..- Al. (: .nystt. u: a...a.:. .;, > 3sm : : UA''ES Mn Frd'Un1th..

., ;.- Every orthodox braocK of "religion I I. The Council. 11Ift''In regular essslo' ton and ___ trCbleono..6 1. .. ..', .
.. there belng p..lH.. Gf Stanford .
1. well represented., Taxation Is l low, 'COMMERCIAL TRAVEL JEaea.NOeI. I
./ 'ADY.ulT 81W OA: CANUNOFACTO very low I' .Valuations on property prtalel.nM.; Wlllson, ;Jr., D C.' 'S* Iwe ted Pls.siajlfej. a.11 from tnls Pm'atk from Iclt._>oiivlll a*". SLICITED. After fl..by w.tern I I..N

J ," alY.. seldom are placed at more than one- Lee. and J. R. Gilbert ;Jr., clerk. 1 .Mrs. C. Peterson.-625, Lake St., Topeka train MMtk : turn I 1. ) alllMwili S

.. "ft.. : '.._ of fourth the true valve. Expense of The minute .of,the last regularmeeting :i Kan. speaking of Ballard's eon. ..rr >.M.>nen!pa "1.raI.J I.. Situated Near. Depot with Flno Lake View. e-octor gave m* a Ionic whldt h* W. ,

.' .,spaklng:> of the advantage State and counties are .kept within were examined and approved Horehouhd Syrup says: I has never :-. Boos Bl. I red v ry ..UuUad ..
di ttabUshlng'; a' canning factory. at reasonable bound hence only a small The following bills were examine to give entire and rill. t. m. l lis vIa above' r : I ap. s
.. and ordered paid, to wit:. II 1.11 remedies..lleoa. ekawn of ean 05 Dial* Flir.r kt air.Ud ..w.W
I
Is cough list
4. "'" 'ILaKe1aD4.be I Polk County News* revenue Transportation required.-facilities .are good. |W WAd.CallMMa'....*,.wItness".....,*.f"afe........,........,....| I U 1 lie,.and I mast confess, to my I."o many m wtlhEs, an .5.06$ obsess. itopirs. "M Mm4 train. ,, ,Fine Hunting anti Fishing within easy reach for a_e u* what U .wield"z'

I asjct., and constantly f Increasing. Water J A LoDCMtar. Mtlarr M truar ,. I GO 1101 friends .It will elo and has done, "o achdnr-soiilkkeaa4 t.. .. I t.e. sad w
I :'"Ther1 are hundred of bushels of communication with .U. Important J McPhMur.wmlBBwirWianiit, ,i/. .11 00InrPhou.r.sst..imsspbaI what 1 I. c.lm' it-to speedily 55.11.5.address. J. .H.;'.. .. \. graWul to nni ..t a 4"lowly h
{nit.* and .vegetable that rot in th Eastern ports ,compel as reasonable ..V. 40 our* a !; and' I It I I. so Afaat.wt ,. Bay c returning' two .I w.M 4

: .noridavMnd every ,war, while thousands rates of freight as in any other S...... Ales KPItemi.1 Dwrtdiom..wl Mienr t>& ;1.r..r..: :| : ". Mt W= ...Dt G 8 00lel1 att" 25o. O. erl*. .. ; '.'.ckl" ""uwi IR .. bid and .* m.t I .abl* I t. .,

for ..- ....... ... !. & I .
of'dollare are' expended Local rates are reasonable Pa."D.I'll' RIMIlMrt Jr." .. _, "OSa .0 bottle .. P. O.M55l Kaaan r Aaaal, my xul cul . -
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"canned. goods that are pot up in other service. U"fully up too.b.. average k )lrIIiu.bIIa.Braua .Mri --tt.k.: .; .... ..':.. 00flobt macy. sub !" ,t ..
:p jUt**. '-'"1"I.1 I. not a State in the In the North. The character of the u..., ....*.. ...l HW!'. K ............ .JOiltOf 110 I "- WiaeofCarduJreinforcettheorgaMof \ f
Boa where the, consumption of native Florldlan Is a study, requiring User?c .r.'. 4 : RIVER /
t 'i'casned goods will, aooordlng to popuf"1 time, close intimacy and assoelatio. (aba: Malory.; :z--a..lc.t; : : rU.:,, .: l ;: "KISSIMMEE ROUTE/ geaeration lo the o fl
too )Him'la, M bat... saard d.-,.,. T* tANNE.R. and
'lessen exceed that of Florida.r7Wny .-, to comprehend. As a rule you will {...')II..%., work. "' at ....lor/...,....,,,v v lie '; '. nancy ebilbir wbotWI.
should lbs hundreds of bush.etafolBtrawbeeTl find him moral, consolSntlous and In. rr: ila k.l 4eofMl.oJ.: . ?. 7. e* B ABT ( Cie need fear .
.. 'M'ii;; ...... . : oouniag .
? **,. tomatoes. and duetrious. unbounded 1tapro"erbl.L" Tola. C. raul pkoaa ID* o Calil taken

:t'> t otbar frail and vegetable be allowed. "Aa a neighbor' he 1 Isever *Alae* tS:7f1'fwrT.l|daoa.haalln> vesper! /...?,ate.,..?...,. to I os* WO- ,Op :Steamer' ',l Lillie," [ Steamer Roseada 'Win of If Cardol Mr.betor Unrath* bet bad baity cam*

"f.o" rot in lbs. Held every, season which ready to. : assist) in case you need 'oc._.. ....>... ...... .?* .. 110 r she would not have been weakened as
it1 oooJdVb utlllaed. with Pf'OII'.bot.h to ha| service. Discussions on theologorpolitics I.Ct.I.L.! ... .\.wllll, : Captaia Clsy Jafaaaon, | CH Johaiaoa, Jr.
1 "V iiio.ldcommend
,. .. j -9pthi .HevrapidrecOverl ,
1 aad! __... . seldom ever bean H v :5.lor4 I; piUSg bo.'S ......j7 05 RASE, SrI aha wa* .
or
the 0a'ADOthet' are
grower Ii C rsesf.r.i, Ins .I $1174 i' this great remedy tpawy
0 '-., advantage which a can-\ Your religion or political faith\ is 00\\ use TI.on. wood 1I1.ai I..P......... i...; : n :: mother. Wine CaMel
would to our'town . of much In 3155. PiISllP0e. wOid .for .L. ......,. I 55 Regular ,'tlu Rosoada loaves G '
!f join* factory bring a matter* concern any' set.tlement. Karl t IIn.........11Iet.._ >..w.. se so)4.,05r4 Y4RDZ weekly.trips to. >nper ,and return. .npt tb menstrual -
woishUb} the. giving of employment to "t< I'' L..borCo.' 'Sumter s.d slate...ii 27 lmme.Tu..day morninK; ,'nnd arrives, KI.imma Friday evening1Special '
'. "a class of people who ar not. abl to .The winter' tourist D". is 01 it C 04at.4.: pes.et Purl. Yd7.4...; 726
.:,. ii 'ao' ordinary labor-and by the em- great value to the State. It not only a A tU.,05t55, *l & .. P...... ............... :M II the bit t'and "*afe t-ren edyn 7 Cbarter.Trip to-lLake,Okeehob and Fort Myers-en the

plovmeat of aneh labor hundred of brings us a"cultured class of people, W .:.u._ .I ..., ,.............-. :: -* 'bowel!troubU' ofkbit ;. '. lie. / passengers., Rate reasonable.The WINEorCARDIU

'dollars each month would-b turned who greatly' add to our social pleasure Sir. M.ck.woed. t 1,1.:..:. ,::;.::b,:. '. :; most Plcturlque.Watet".y'lo 'Ioridator .
WIII_....., 1 t ....., .. ... snd.eUldrea.. b. oakUr -
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1nto tb* local trad cheL"- *, bat It brings millions of dollars wool LP j. .jt IS .. ,
MWIIUoo J,, f rlfbt ud 4rsxe. .... 4 ..n. ..I'1 Passenger Freight RaUs apply to .
.' r' TbTolnil: I..n'MIteD.. .Tb* fruit every winter to' our. hotels, and bl fI o awDtorJ, fat uu 005 r.nJJa. .,isle tpaapef r. core conttlpsdon, dUirhcss,. con . CLAY JOHNSON SR., Proprietor '
then diffused mong the farmers. anmerchants. a PIuo.rI..f.-.. ........... 4 55 -_ -- -L.' Notice of AppkichtionFTax: .
f'.CanVegetable: are goIng to. waste C w OS wolaioa*; worms, soar stomach "Ullie;".Ki.immee,, FIl .
,, H. 't.--: : = .Onbard: .
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:;.; 'and labor Is Ut. all over South" Flor4 Wb.a the wonderful advantages- o l IriS leintmh, ..... .; Ot low If b perfectly 'U. . "' Deed Under Section f
for the Zackof a little soerpg4.e1uJuralIbInSIhe.mean1Or Florida over the new territories. no' There being no ,farther business, o e. ---- - Chapter' Law .
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council adjourned to meet In. \ lest, .ctcctir CUIdVesvKktlotaktlu
rapidly' settling up) are taken Into eon regular b very of ., .
r. a1 UUraUon,.it. sum strange that we eeaslOB .Tuesday, March ,3, 1903, at ."
At : :
-:.. jlg4cga' factory,where: both could are generally, overlooked and our TwO: p. JIlL ' a c"J:i i1sr ; : 'KOTICB Ii feKB'KBlr-OIVKW. THaT' 'OafarBWM
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.. :1..: il'lo' ,.... JI\'W7.k: >>wa annual increase ,in population to ft 0. STAtriOBD, Preslds'nt. .|* bottle fcr. I a ,1OI Std., C. ..at Tax CarUflnata Mo.W.d..d l ltha
.- .... ,The. .. I lit 3.' R"O ttxxe* JClerk.. 71 liar Of .Spill' A. D1SeI. bus lied aaMaartiflvata -
c'ji' .eith.ca.!pa"ol: : ( the' :State'onor .1. ca. simply a want of : In any .doe. baa. wada
:I, : publicity. If, the 'public general Itam for Tax t>_ to . .osi'rd* .1 -
.. nor .*nnrUsaon were Informed of the favorable eond(- BJILOLA.Kalola ; Chill; + .... Bald eartllleaw .. Wa touawtmjraaxrlbad '
I, j., ,; .e'.\ tof them bIthst ' property.. la ,),
Ibis 0.
...m4es loa --presented'- J section and l oomblnatlbn of crystal' 25 CENTSAtiyo rv le: to-wit: ,, *-- .f
r... linntl. to acorn tbrfrom.If that cheapness of our lands, the tide which contain the medicinal Tonc.I rlnrd.' SWioS Tawaakt-. '
. ,f! ,, : ._... would torn to >our direction and the of lobe waters of four..mlnoralsprings proper.tins I hs. :, t4t bulb 0'' Hansa M I., 05 aoffaT' _, ?
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land 11I1' a&M ed I"
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& lD&iM. -l Kidney and. Liver troubles. Half %1.krnows.niessesS4 .141*hi #
; S t : ..I.t ... '... u. year* .Immigrationhas. not .This preparation' appeals to. the FRRB GOLD RNl '. M''I'"J '. record. aaaa>ad aooorrtln._ $ ltps4 .. l': 1
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". beea tried, result will be satisfactory.' 1 I' ,. : & .. .;
secure you 1ODitA..f. :ii don* by ...the railway _.. companies Is now for *al. by the Dug' : : 0. -I.. ; C ..' ,
'1:: --J.. ... .. leading All Uadf of JOB"WORK promii4iandneaudonetb1apce ". \ Jitd:".u; ') ,
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I iTiiiiiiFJAT, 'I'Ih' Dry Goods :SHOES CLOTHING' ;.and, NOTIONS w S .I 'NtI'TtP.. ::44cKcD. :PlRIC1T t., : 5' ', ,

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t :}'? TirKI&Sri, ( 4BI B66 Yalleii Gazette I FloI.-A( \\lI&o..lum..Tu..da1 eve.Mopday . "The) Kloyds' ," at the auditorIum- .__..- __ _ ....1.' '- _. "' .. -, S O' .. -

'", ,.. -r . Was a rainy day->-almoit. pext Tuesday evening. Mr*. 1.10), : : ; ; ,

.4Ito T.L."HON. NO.ETEEY <... "The Floyd"-Auditorium, Tues J. M"" WIllaoii br.; "'eot: un to Or. Mr. Bailey ...... Kt.lmm 3 FKlsslmmee Drug 'Co. I -a
lando yesterday, returning this morn- Friday afternoon,' In the
day night.If .. <1
I "ftJ8Lltl JtD. X1UDAY, I In-, very generous shower. OIDI t lb.contluullr'o :
J' a T you want to buy or tell anything i, New '> ( the shower W.o
Mrs ;L. Griffin, of Smyrestrrtvad @ :
't our "business local" column. whloh was pi 41
:}i POUND.aHAI I .. 1'1" In town this week and will "Ion NOW IS TIME
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tain place
;;. J. K. Moseley has made considers.tiIaimppovsjnenteiohlshome Hiend) awliile-visUlpg. thefan>lles! of for the disappointment did not of the rot r real? bargains'. WSLH3fOrd'a. ,,
OMUHOHDIRKOTOBY.. lo North her sons tho ?descrs.tTharly. ,. SaiaandJlBTUHIltu. much to .the The .- --" .
friends..
' youiitt ladles and their Stanfordlhas Just a new .
,t ,,' ..,...Dln; CitoaoK.:: :::.rr.AohlnB'Moa', II..... J KUslnituee' recently, shower., continued Saturday until lot Dress O-I" and .
c '**tkii .._. -.a .....)ock, ....,.. .._ Hob White. and family-will .bo M '. lfyoLnppen to notice that "Ad" nearly noon everything Jaallch' at Sprint, ; Cal, $; -BO

........?...ThrMy.un'z4* .* t ,. .. febbuEPrM.kl thanksgiving service Sundaj." The Gilbert teems Vu bo putting on moveiklralhnn wet ooDdlt h."IDI that only those s4'ethe1n.4' --" FOR DAYSWILL. -
Ie'' Ss47*ofllL:. p Tamo( law close tomorrow., usual ju,t. l ttrlbulAl.b.to) the truly brav Inte..tln the work -UO yd*. 4-4 Sheeting, $1, Stanford'..
..; .. .. rR.eTM-.o. J; b'flsr' :: =:_ LlVerifty fa j ...h.Ub.I...... '00.. lu hilt family. ".uld attend the very reception : '" $ WILL. SR naouoBo ON bun KNTIMM LIWSV '
,.(.e.ry emdsf II KT- B. IB* T ,3. 11. a'populstkdigiiIofthe was born lits(7'uesday., Mother and 1 hold in home of Ault-, -' <..101.1 Where' 'dld'I
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YMM, rimrle'l ,iMtlB| m. ; grip( from Ktobunund V.,. was la tbl .r.. will It doV Ilf
child doing well., .
> were
k .nl'.iA a. m. Prmr.r _.Mint o...,Wain7 our town a day or two thin woolc. man brave .
t. "' T p. n. tlw w..ix>B*. ( F.nch one felt amply repaid a fake V Aslt Dr. Bllat., managerOaoeola T' ;
_:Y.JoN NU := C:UBC ,hd..COa H.'C. Bi.u.n'ord'tI. ... ed,from Oeor-' Mun1clp\ aboutol1tic' are begIuiIng'simmer ; lo for lOUIII. effort it required to come out. Pharmacy& KNOW : AU person*, indebted to. me, will, please calh and pay '
the littleoneor
,t. ;..'Wiui,nIiMlI.; R Ho <8nBd:lyMrvIM>7 Habaol. ::T IT. m.Sun-lxr KnH /gla Wedoovday leaving\ mother, two candidates" edge are I beginning a >
: .ranlnorvla.. hr th.. llwtur Ihlr4' and. fourin' whose. serIous tilnbai( called: him there the Come out boldly purity and rescue work which the lnove __ .
.' ; B.n4r of _k monlh.PBW.TTMH \ pnhlld) pulse.,, to and see : "
tbs po.Ltllo C.1
much ImprovedVeroffret \v. C, lv'U. -doing, and report -- -i .8.
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p CBU.CH.. nirln. wonhlrnnTWT J gentlemen, the V. O. vUl do the I him and Rot a sample iackie ;
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,: ; .. ant B.tuUr >i>4 Iblnl *"".p">v In .....rl.i. \ to know that. ', the little uusilueHS fofyou for t2:: foci)., of lobe wonderful .IIO.* of ibis'workas Pills. . ..bh.. ,.."N .
..* Motith. Mo>ilnt Mirvlr. .t II -. .., treo- by ... ,.' I S W. W A ". ,
: J"A Mrvio.. M.Itot f. m. *on : attack of
: BvO. wrvko M Slt: p. Wh rr* fMlas parly '
informant failed
Tkarad.**....Dln. lit TWO: p. _. Ev* .ltA Lew day* ago., our to rftnpm-. had been COD.lden IDno'CneI' Sold only) by Stanford. A'I ,
her, got into an altercation at the tur.penline ,
;. erf body l k SMMteontiklirrBTlwd Ml.nd UIMMMrvloos. and lobe boys
: J . r. a. KAILSV r SMO., '. Oet.your Cackle lo shape; speckled works of McLean near Fort kept in Ignorance of ,themselves, I S Corn 'for sale-Georgia. lied
ot.. -Mix ,u'I<.aaM..f s. *. perch are getting that. hungry they Gardner One of them who was, armed especially of their d6nlop' Cb. O. F. PAB. E Wise 1 .
ph1.la
W' 'I s_ .
.
...:.. ,...- have oo care an to whose bait they with u boxing axe: gave Ms antagonist mint as related to I ,: -----"- - -- --- ----- '- -
r .. .take.. We've tried 'em. a savage. blow with the same In social happiness.- Now we' were Stanford I. sole agent for Dougla'M I .
i : }.' Official. W..tll.r It.port. I the-.Id., producing a wound that will to make strong men and t.r'-j Hbo a Kb.IDI. Teacher :j8ujd8rkjdh .A. -
I' !: -0: A.....u ,....un.W... anvseac..bIv Tarf 'Aiaemor Uughey returned Wed In all hi death.- IDI '
11"" ? ."If".... PIb: :2d. lioL.J. neariay from a trip to LJraldentowq The other probability was. armed caufte.with a* knife and teaching them to know _.There wUl service In the Episcopal -1 \ireav J H.o. : 'S-H.O-E-S '
as one of our great ones las . 4
i which\ bo made for the purpose of, taking Inlllcted wound witk the .10., : Wednesday evening is txperience, and. non, Uarn Pr\
some painful
l" "Know thyself 0, la .3 f
oMit nIDI' ; *
...
itsparents.
one grandchildren to at .
,. ; ame his antagonist.The the Baptist 7.3. _;_ well who have not .
I < //.t. . upon Saturday night" at ben'un- : .. ,a-v"rv"vv. ;.-
.!!',!. -i-- church, to .a small audience Mrs. Druginsure rapid ,.
:h .........j..:....... .10 James L. Godwin leh' i",1 few days appeared*u.ke at the Male auditorium Quartet last which ulght Jalley delivered an address of Inter- Pre your'wants.. recovery. der his tutelage. Our e Jtperi- I j .r''.---'W'9'.." -'u'' I ?

1i' aMIa&,.......... M 1t 1---. sIlo for Fort.. Meade, his former homo / of the 100.1'Lyceum esie to as It was culled chiefly from KI..lmm prug Co. ence has taught us that- 4 '
uaderthe auspices
........ . .Ii
,.. . .. 70' \ ..... life -
to recuperate after his recent ilia. her work.
........ .. the inclemency of the :
\ .... ... Cl1 owing\ to .- ladles' man-tailored square, courteous treatment, "
A nice line of 4
... , IMO.da. .. .4. ) We are pleased to know-that be is weather, combined with the fact that that lh*>drlnk traffic Is re- S. ..
'.W.de..4s7. :::.... ;: :s ;: still liD pro.III".- there was olrcus In Low, was not lnowlDf .. nearly all the crime, are SklrU, at ppul..prlce., at .Perdew? > combined with I our_ l ,<
... .. fre.h :
.. ....... n $ j. ,
allow those ,
not those who vote to .
I. 'T. - - Advertising In the V O brings certain -largely attended. Those who didCo In Kalola. to Lb'. people clean stockHs.what wat I -1 I
i ;: ; '. I however, experienced .a rare musical* places to exist responsible la tbe IDtul.1 10 l : :
.t. A. IInlpBOII p. Ii :.. result We know of one little of \ do so lu merit. H :: :
sight of God for those O at all times. .Telephone .
.J' adr lo a. recent issue that was answered i .treat the appreciation of "whloh-wa. crime t.b W* ask you to calloa Drugstore* i your 'l'
.
.1>" ." ". by half a dosen or more customers evidenced by the! liberal applause S.IO'a* lobe saloon-keeper for ..mpl.and then buy there. wants. :do the running t
.FrhIayFebruarj27 himself tr"
" '. 903. and the-ond Is not which was received! by every numberof sameras. or at WEwl .
yet. : the program.On / . east are- all partners, tnil haveneglected Stanford. baa Just what )'O want in . . ( : '
;- Samuel K. Bail left a few days ago to b":, brother' keeper. new style) Oxford'.. $ 1" .ISiiE8 r"I r"r I 1 j-
: ; last the Railroad Commission ,
for F Macon, Oa., where he ha accepted Tuesday .. $e r"ft .: ,
; a posl16n l in the employ-of; a railroad I took up the matter of threecent Sunday .rkrnoe. la.b.. Mgthodlst ICE, In any. Quantity, ful weight, '

'. :Lo l News."t company. His friends here wish paUeD'IAI' over the A. C.L church, .*. Bailey addressed the i icD" a pound, for sale by Klsstmincc Drug; Co. \
'him well in hIs, new borne. Lhe company .orde.'&0 children for nearly an hour, holding W. B. MAKINHON Co. . .' ',
_ _ :
-- a of 31 cent on = .
broa.he..ia.I"wor heir almost without a break
'. Mr. A. T. Welnburg, following lines: The Sanford and St. 4.tlAlnLo.the iadlea.andgentlemen An tao of Men's Straw c _, ; i
, young upta
t : ', .._________ M.'Kati by dropping gave the Tatter into a town pleasantsurprise yesterday. -! 1"r.burJ .Johns Belt, and Florida Lake Midland "-. At were .dd..a on t*ubect Hats a f r' ._'____ . . .-'- 1' f . S ,- : '34 34h.
ugar One
'Next Monday U rule day.!.:__. Mr. Welnburg. Is making .1 Homosassa branch and Thono- Mud of Be Truly"To B';11'QooJnees, IsGreatness. FOR SALJC.-rVesh milk cow. Particulars Seed Potato*. "

; Watch our "Business Locals." two' weeks tour of the State. tosaisa branch,' effective May 1\- ."" Oo principles 'h.lnh _at this oltice. ___ _._ We have just received a solid" j .

., ** ular meeting of.the school boardneztVuesday. Attorney'-W.\: J. Sears has moved The other divisions of the A. CL actuatedthe live of all our great Just barrel Jf .Old ; load of the very best Seed Irish 1" _.- SkJW rfVAirfkJWjy .....A. '

; 1 uis otltue to the suite of room overthe will be compele to adopt a Lh. women-Queen Victoria, the most b ..'rive, (Guckenhelmer), L.L. from Houlton, Maine direct.shipment. ..A .. A.J. .J S
I ICarly Rose Bliss, Triumph H. O. STANPOPO ..
t poat.othce which! ho will furnish in cent .al. loved woman of the whole world 25 caw Lewis' "((16' Rye Prices rA.JH. a.,
Regular meeting of th* &town uouncU. and Pride of the* South Varlctv SHOES BiOrlglniUar I or Low Prinm. -
k handsome style and where he will\ bo Mr. B. K Soloman of Dakolah, lisa "'r.n. WUlard, our own un right. _A. K.HitAHDEN.. e.
'JHI Tuecday night.For sad
( pleased to have his friend and client ... queen-may quality guaranteed.WA31S.S ; ...5"U' .
who owns a small of land adjoining KLllattb.lhH Y. .. .
j bargalaa'in everything' read our call upon him. Uie Barbeau.at place on the U- of of us, aW . us truly, t.t Call and aeaPerdew'sijneof Spring CABSOH! GUOCEBV Co. I : .
L al -
Dullness Loc.looIu.ma. .. and Summer Buttings.All ,
. -. Messre John M. and-lLlaude N. Lee land sM>it some lime here recently, loble I Stove wood. "
An evening of nyrth and mystery.at left on Wednesday for their formerhome for the purpose of 'taking In lobe situation . dlllhL.D the AullLo..lum, winter at cost and below.Guioe W furnish Stove delivered
tbe auditorium" next Tuesday ,night, be an [ .oo. wil Wo. T! !
r Georgia In response to a telegram while here offered. aVery z a'aer, for & B.uD.. I / part of town .( per mmJm"mmnn"mmttm'ntmmm"t"n""mm '..
.
to on I" .
Tbe board of county coram-Usloner* announcing the oerlous illnen good price for b'-Irope..t", but M. 'n.ler "neUle. ---- -- I Sbrund. LlTMUKB Co.Ileallbv 3O.
will meet 'In regular session. new'Moo- of a brother. Lb.V.. trust they. he deUDed'1lo offer wl It the T.J" pre- Kalola Is II.tnpl to Dr. .Hun, MAYNAR :.
: day. - found him improving. We lo .n that he pared. .med l .r High License and ter. m.ilte. : He Kidney MesnsLu.g Llf r -
Local Option, State Dispensary, W.
Intends and hisgrove sold in GRIFFIN
Pherlgo enlarging 8ver.IIDoa..b.
.. United State Deputy Marshal short-. The many friend of NfL P. D. Outlaw , .Impro.IDI time In the near future Prohibition. High license was argued and like hundred of oLbe.. 08111'1.\\ If you want' to restore your kidney .
came la Saturday to spend a who has-been II forsome time because It was lo their former state take '
E.
'time with\ his home folks. to ereit a handsome, ..IDt..bo.D a* being wrong unjust you of It* merit. healthy r'
will regret to know that aba took a ee- thereon. Thus another to the saloon-keeper. Why should he Smith 8"1 Kidney cent at S=
: Hon. 7.= 1'. William*,'-ei-oounty rloua turn yesterday.! So critical 'was that ha.vld.mO a bright fu pay an eDOMOII.li high ta< more New spring goods just arrived atGulce 1 Osoeola P..may. Cur 1

.' ootiMoUl'looer, was In town last. Fri her condition that.. the out-of-town ture f.o is given.KI..lmlo. any'other bu.lnei. If his busi it. .. '.. 1 Groceries
,;. r day' and S-UurUay-on: buituess.tOeorgo .' members. of her family were notified.Major --- .-" -- tan was for the _1.r of the peo- -- I II If You Batter from. Kulae. Trouble i fancy family

William. a former resident pie, but. In exacting t.swe I Made t-rel'.1 wool SuIts, W, Nothing ,
lbi.
bore last Use
G. W. . a, Kidney .
Peabody was Dies Railroad.
) o SII\.b' Sur Cu. '
.. ... the *9. at 's, the
-er it,
: Of Klsslmmee come in Saturday .last Monday looking after the Interest of kno.le/; fat' liquor 101 Prdew' like It kidney 60
Visit friends and relatives. Last Tuesday some excitement, wan and showed ourltrf.ed4or ______.__ h.e.
to I
.lo. ,
.oa a circulation of the Times Union, rlllo wrol. ; cents at Osoeola I '
5 "; S :
In the
Kissiuimen
r:' W* ....' requested to ,"*.. that which, by the way, has been ao greatly o.ua body of a (load by negro report had mOD. i We sell the I.mou Ivory Soap. It. Pnrac :E'EBeiI: : MEL&TS :

.nisbop A. Coke Smith. of the'H. K. I improved recently. ... to be fr beyond been found on- the Mldlari It.tracks hoce The olpD'"Y. ".tried adopted by. 'floau-He. KI..lmme Drug Co. $uiid Kiancvs-ivrlcctTlie health E '
It was thought _.
church South, will lecture In Orlando comparison with any newspaper about .two miles -, wh. : -- - use' of Smith's SuresKkloey '

: .... .:tonight.. ever.published in the. State. Justice J, W. Harwell hearing frmWD the It they remembered a restrloUve the'thought measure to, and always -, Have you. seen tb.' Bargain Counterat Cur will produce both. Try a bot, S Delivery every day, at any hour ; patronage ao1 ited. I'
Vane's.SJob
-x 1 't. Miss Cbrrle Lou Ross, a 'charming several.communications and deeming an. Inquest ncoo- ; Yburdrugglst
We are in receipt of m.u. choose the lesser of two evils, L. .Ddh o/.Ic.
- --- --- -
;' 11r' 3 young lady of Fort Valley, Oa., 1.'I having no nameBlgned. to. Jittry .umlone. jury composed t Of and thought the Slate dispensary Printing done in city'style I'barmacy.,. 1 LULuLuLuuL1u1uLLiu11uiuLuLutuLaLt11uLa1auLliLliLLLLu' ,
'
'I . pending some Lime here and Is the which they have not WftJrmin, would be
for
them reason le..r a stepping atone to prohlbi- at this offloe, Reasonable price. '
.$t. guest of Mrs-- M. ,C.;Ur.a. been published. This is an Inviolablerule . Grinia.'Jobn lieama'u, Henry lon, but from the- word. of a late. : Laxative'Chocolate- cures ChronicConvtipallon -. .' -' - .
,. Circuit Court.. ha. been postponed in every.well regulated printing Bar no* and Charles Bass, and who Joyornor of South Carolina we- find See Qulce-Ac BraUon'. new llne'of and Liver troubles. '
,t 'until April 7th by.Judge Jones.,. See ollloe.' Correspondent. will lake. notice repaired to the scene and') took such the .. when be said In blilnaugual Spring Good- and Shoes. Pln..t W take. Puny Vegetable. T1ftf V ".V"y 'lP."'U'v. ...1 . ,.

'1' 'hi. letter t.o.1. M. Lee, Clerk,. ",ub- and be governed accordingly."The testimony. :as could be had. Their In .. .ul.. -"he congratulated the GoodsF _' Ousraut.eibO.ceolaPharmacy.. 1 p. Ii. D: SMITH. F. p. J. VT. LESTEB.. 4 '
.t lUbed elsewhere 'In this Issue. \tlfatfotvelopcI( the fact that xtople the revenue from the dlsen New New Good*!! Watch ;

..4' Mr' ..-T. J. Tedder ha. gone to .ro.. unique attraction Floyds, will a new be presented novel. and at Knsex" Watson. > ary Iquo..l..w had Increased ODe the show. window a Dann's.A U0341 The T ; Works
.1.0 known as "Dig Six, a .turpentine .. .. 'AGu -
of the third. it la no remedy .
...... to spend" the remainder
.
evening 10 line of Shoes ,
: j the Auditorium on Tuesday Dic just atCute. The moat the ,
band who had twen' here .
j, month with her parent; Mr. and Mrs. March 3rd. Wonderful feats of prestidigitation For several ; that .011 S for the Ullo..tmo.. Bratton's. .rrlve : world.... mllr.ble't) t rP.mental .
-- Tribune., Ijooal good 1f.
"< : .Lavls.- SclTner Cor. Tampa ; marvelous tricks In legerdemain mODL. good Very and Liver Complaint.
)fl' Ulburn Hailey, brother of F. ; new experiments: in modern lug in queM started in company only had a tendency lo make men Our goods'.at goods, and pepsia than sevenly-ttve of tbe

O. Klley, has arrived from Klsslm- magic. 'Hesorv.ed: seats. on sale at with others to hi*WOI'I, some 1.Yi wb.r complained beyond forges they had wore brothers' keep- price low as Ifo with a F In the United pl'..*ODt. are afflicted people -MarJbl6 l.Q.ft onu1etts, ,, .
th. been la tte.
wbll era as "ehe l'rlze l with each
proven purchase.
In Frank ,
mea and accepted a position .Dann's. sick and left Cm with two and their '
being was by
erent States where local option how Lha dl.el : :
prevailed It is done
.. T., Uudge's, hardware store.-Miamife I The many Mends.here of Mr. and his companions who supposed he had more or less, and althougha see -at effect a* SLoma.Sick: > Headstones: !. ; ; ,
N."", !oIr.. L.H. Ellison!: will be grieved to returned to town. Ills pockets' contained constitutional. prohibitory amendment We ask all Headache, Habitual Pal .
If-our '-.rmetl' and stockmen Jtave learn of the death of the latter, which nothing more than .um pills had been passed, It tocarry who are Buffering with pitation.. ore Heart, Heart-burn, 1 605 Harrison Tampa
aythIngLMy wish to *.U lor exchange occurred,' after a long Illness, at the and ..- A..e.. was nomarks in each State, because fale. IndlgoutlonKidney take and Liver troubles Water-braih, Gnawing and Burning Street, FIOr.da '

1 .it will pay them to put. notice in our family! home in- Grenada, Mis.,. ou of .Ioleu found on the bodyor ion put one at his ease. p and lu to Kalola. As to.I. mn' r.ID..L the Pit of the StomachYel. _. l'
'' popularity we can,
.. Bu. _i Local column.-. Everybody )'.b. 3rd. The Ellisons wereWormerlyresidents any tending to the contrary Prohibition Park In New York city' nlsh of .. 10.little low Skin, C.t Tongue .- Stick Vroe lee. Peswlmv .
our .
; I' resduiL of-Klsslmmee and were held verdict to hundr. .f.rDJ9 agreeable! the Comingup .S..I.lt' .
: a .
r lob and Hyde Park In Chleago-are two . MOULI
.: Dr. J. W. 8 mt>DOD Walter Bassand in the highest. esteem by our citizens. eleo't".Jur. be o.m lIrDe hIs death places of four mlle square and two cll.D.But.. Hunter,a of pleasure the Osoeola to. of t'o after 8p4rlt* BstlauU ea IuIg Marble '.r.'a"' .. .--.-. '

: . J. S. Bronson, .11 promuent bus.jeess who will join the Valley Uaaette. in c.u., presumably, heart,dis. miles square, where the Pharmacy, as a home reference. HeIs etc. your Druggist &d get a >
*
with the bereaved bus- rUvelT. bottle of August Flower for or 76'cent ..5. 5 -.
.. iSiAt .5. a.
of Klsslinmee, are representing sympathizing ease. liquor I. .
men curse to tell Ka- .
.nd-h you what .
\. '
.el Two doses will .
that. bustling city in Orlandotoday. band and, family. .of a quaJfle relieve .01.TI .
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.
:'\* .-Orlando Record, Feb JE2. C. O. Newlou finished a 2-inch art*! A" Pleaeaat Cc..lo.. Lhe.ne. if poll 11.* lo. i It. ___ _ _ -::'
... Barnes Island Mr. Mrs. J. 8. Oliver entertained the better off without. the .. traffic, ,
:"Charley and Ueatty came alan well on Cypress for i '
Myat.noas Clro
: ,;. down from Orlando a few days ago.. K. P. Hansen last Saturday. At a Y. W..C. T. U. ... her beautiful. borne why would not the whole world be better ,. ANNOONCIMBHT tataace. mmmnnnmnm nm1"nnmmmt1mtnnnmmm! ,:t's
For the preeent they have laid aside depth of W feet a flowing stream was on Broadway Wednesday evening. off ? If prohibition prohibit In One was p.1 and sallow. and the
tho printer stick and rule and will .reached, but the drill was kept going] :The house was artistically dl.t four miles square, why will It not prohibit FOR AI81IAI. AND TAX CLt'R other fresh rosy. Whence tbe W. ;j.
with headquarter at4)Oeetmms reached. Atthat with ferna. out "nd all over the world VTbe Ibrrabjr nnovnc*MTMKseMOMiM dlff.1 Sb. who 1 I. with ,
.. in fishing down until 198 feet was 10wer. bllhlDI L.
) clln".j18 .
.. 7 feet Quite a crowd young peoplewere sign of times I* thaith. iBeUou lo Ibo olHn ol ..n.sod TK ColIvelor ua. Dr.. King' N E
._ _.! depth the water spouted out L. of Kluliame maintain LfPl UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER .j
and the to it.
evening CI By
I .' Hancock added another above the higbeet point on the island. present was lIquor question one ofthe ques- 3. .eIUT.a gently ,
r .. Jack social "chit chat"and S, the lazy organs they good digestion
in The wate..1 S strongly impregnatedwith pent .ms Ions of the day the Americanpeople compel
list of bfor '
hi.
to reptile S
"frlghteoer" r .rhyLLi.'ntao-
; and head
;' and the flow makes It music, after which many of ourgallant 01 oDs..lp.LloD -
p .I". t..'.' the urcl.shape.' It of was a 6)brought foot rattler. by last Munson Sat- one of sulphur the most valuable well in this young men took the pledge; We, c.1nl C ajll.wIat, hp this W. ire rviUMtod roKc.rrf to*.cUI.u.azee oi f.R. Try them. Only 2 .. P. o ee .N OOP."XB ,.]:' .
I .rt:; it. field bswas "vicinity and no wonder when they were uffcedby bought presented by Mr* ,, .Ullbert. It, M S eMdldtM to IMttuD maoy.
-'Iveyt who captured In a .. such fair ladles K Is th.omo ( Clt/Vlerkallk EE .
a* o
)., young DO oontlu'ue to develop until we, a* appruwklB, : Lades'ad Qant' I'
: wi
clearing of trash. Thomas. who suffered 01,1$
Thompson a tea forAt. a seasonable hour ref..h entire people, hall arouse ourselves I LINB FURNITURE AND
Our sympathies are extended: to Mr.and I fracture of a thigh by 'being thrown \ of peanut to the responsibility as pard- E STANDARD SEWING M ;
:ft' Mr. LawrenocvFartln in their reoont I I I from a horse some time ago near mD"la.I''IDI, lady fingers, cole in this business, and once rea- A Taleated W...*.- kDKIU BT MAIL- OK TILKOBAPU CUINB. ,

""", bereavement caused b,. lobe death I Whittier is DOW at. the Lain. House, and dainty cake wer served, & Del using flur responsibility, we will , "The Marvelous. Mohala" demonstrate E oivxs . : '
j.,r k 'of Albert, their eldest son, which occurred I having been btollgbthe... }Sunday; ing tables being very prettily arranged and will manfully discharge our a, .the possibility of ,trainIng W.L.VanDuzor&Co. E 1&.1" AT.NrIOK 1018 IIPAI&I.O .AND PACUWS '
last Saturday. Membranous I I night upon the advice of his physi and decorated with LaMarlc: rose a* Christians and cltlxens. with mental memory telegraphy 'IUUTvaa ., ,S.

,oronp..* the! cause.: . 'I clan Dr. Holloway. that he might be Palmer violets and dainty 'Twenty-six active 'DdbODo..r This ombl, long study In mnemonic -I l t:40S.FOB TRI axoaox w. CLARK co-it VOIJI.KT'READSTOUS

' Last Saturday Mr. H.. Co',.Stanford. I nearer treatment. At one tune fearswere p' .f-, ,, were mmb. the Y. W. *, ha her memory I*' JROM '
1 -a..... a telogram announcing tbeserious I felt that fatal. result would follow'hence Mr.Oliver 11''assisted In entertaining XJ. T. U. and the W. C.T. tj.together.. t.lqf. Ho.often we 1..atlit re : B ROK E R8REAL i

f illness of his mother aIG.orgeI I the physician's\ advice forhis by her pretty daughter,. Miss We feel greatly strengthened in ourwork mark "Ob, forget,. Utioic of I WW1UWUliWW uiiuu1lUfiWWW .
: \town, Oa. He boarded the first train ...100..1.W..re\! pleased to know: ,. Ituby, and charming' guest, Miss DuPree. when we have the Dimes of oureditor possessing the faculty., of Indelibly fixing 'S .
'. 'going north to be with her and we I however,'that be Is thought to be. Improving <- senator, preacher and two all things once seen or beard upon ESTATE .
: *? I hope found ber improving In health. I since his arrival.. ; Those present were: members of the city.council a* members the memory 'so that It-. .can never be '-4

,- "&O nial Book Ho1l' /of Ooala was : Mr.; H. Fleming was called to Athens Misses Bottle Aultmao.Ivey bate dough, of our.Wj. T. U. forgotten, and more wonderful! still. :
'Bfcaklnff handiuueh Ala many friendsuxlay. Ga., on Wednesday by telegram announcing Jessie Gardner, Susie LaDl1. PRESS BZFORrn. t.o be able to read correctly and rapIdly AND'INSURANCE.
> .< He wa down lookS: the deatb. of his father, Col. Bass, Marietta Phaan, Mauls the thought. of other. These

bl* extenaiva cattle Interest. T. Fleming, which sad. event occurredat Bettie Gardneri-Ruby Oliver, Martha tizeocr tar.d" are but a few of the ampUsbm O.OO1kGflOO9Ot'tr'z'T,41. I MAYNARDILuMBER.'CO.'

..Motion.i? Bucll.IIu.: .* though his home at that place on Wednesday DuPree. LluieWoodall, ED. P.DD, Mr_W, W. Plke Smlthlel: 111., of this remarkable- 1a. : .

-t _._ MUM,decide toyaove:; .down, ..her* morning. Col.He died. suddenly .of 81 f M..I "Lou M.kl.oaz; AnltmanPhann. ,,- write Sept. JO 111 I been and 1* Instructive sue bold.as an well.udl.a* .DL.lall. : ,
failure. Fleming was
'.IMur "'t-\ heart of Athens' oldest . Hall Oliver and Messr Frank .ule"'oj. J.a. with cancer Newport (ft. I.) llerald., ; :
--to ieara of the death of year old and was oo which gave. KM great an '' : Mills
to eltlsen. and Will Ge.Pake..3u.tlaW ml. .bo.,. is of the attraction .
sod.poUIvso and most respected D.I unbearable. itching. "I T on !
: 'oi..r1D' of..H'luBlld", which I occurred) For a number of year be was a regular ...Iaa',-' ,C.rao, was DO.a Ballard's BnowLlnjroent of# FloydaeutartaInm-nt.. wbl; ,w"aJcaning, .
Rallejr, GuyGardner, u.IDg "
EarleCupfer .
and wtltappear at the Auditorium I
visitor to ,
1..10 SunWe winter .KI..lmmeet bra leg, and T through an aoolnW 1odH .' ,
; 1 this place
bont. Herbert Oliver I
... (
-berer SpiCI.jf..X.a the of the local '
owned considerableproperty au.plc on
of the liniment Lyceum
:: rmpat.hw. 435r. 11 some on Kinds.MAYNARD .
-cta lobe bereaved family ta, th.Isor.smlmo The "Colonel,'' as he was familllarlyoalled Lee PerIKa'HO the cancer and a.. .It gave me almostnstant Mari 3. _ 'Yelow ad Pltb Po 1'lmb.' Lmb.

/.it.ded . hero, was very popul..Dd the S rel\el\ I decided to continue to i T.-iT" P .oicnTzz-u
.. O S c-k'
.
* .- be, *. Stole*. '- Vfk cci .; !
b. the'repUtatlo. o( binsTOU *- whole town will grieved' to.know. use too liniment OH the cancer, 'Ia a ,, .w 81.. !
: KM ui .ne* cleanest' town in the of his sudden demise.. 'C" From npy lot In Klsslnunee Saturday abort time the cancer e out, my A O.pDe'thus enb his .. LUMBER Co.;

..* of the Vve"have been'forced for sometime\ night, February 14th, .a l fa healed up and. not the .&arl -,-- : i
...... Now, If every propertyowner }feet.m..1 I have mend Heroloei :
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pain' .nd whitewash. past to"bang over" matter, from one bay ha four whit lightest len implicitfaith as" a micn of remarkable .
the .
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.... esS pun "L. onshoul- in this preparationand loss
neated I8DOt.ber awraqtlvenoticeable week t.o'anoLhet. to "boll down"local bl. : branded B. 'bmrl' ea"o..lnr.tJOD .
brsI. wbeD ". '41 about it. 'too highly recom of ,. '.
"to the Item and to "cut 011.' other 'eotire-- dir and : on htpj seven years .ppl. t.t "
...... sould be mended." 880 Me and,n. For salebyOsoeolal'barmacy. : : '
lbs. OWO.. ly, owing to the-le of the paper-- old; had sore on left side of back. heaah drowsiness- > -
1.04 of here In the)lastfor This we-expect' 'to. remedy within a Was carried off wearing new Cuban . tar meal* 'mental 'de
$1,.. rsl. ha fallen similar length short time by>> enlarging to*, an- eight bridle with rope reins; whip on end) of I 1'S. preselona'and spirit. '

usc wss tIt&D any threeyear, *. page (si* columns to the page) paper. ...ID DO brow band 0,throat latch-.-1 Aliriel.' must be a UDlU prep..LolI for inch 't
.. I. lbs Ian two or in cr' I oases entirely
01. S The enlargement will entail considerable A f.r or I .
hl.ru
...........--.noses the streams. .arebe- increase in our expense' account, r.r to th a. of the .fl FV.'Teb. 1*, 1903.J. r._ my complaint.- wonder BAKERY ,
: ill ,p again and U ground faith, enough la Oaoeola for.tli : M. Clerk Circuit Court} at going oq suffering or
but have W.
that are we &bll. ., MIU 'IlsstmmieFk. ,.
conditions
r.: ly I IIt make the .aoriflc ;. . I pending their money worthlessthing
and: ber people) to 01 .
by *t.14ubOa.Ifld DBA* 8a-1: find It will be necesary when r1 '
We shall endeavor to'give them- a local ; *, H..bl"I}* procurable -
4 1 1a to adjourn -Circuit Court until, and ao cheap.* :
S rOS the equal of any la the State ,,6 a b. at
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paper
Motley who weal-dow assistance April 1th.:; .PleaaejtoUfy ju I oeola ;, & 5
; ....k. al and shall appreciate)every Printing Material. Te.T.. ,counsel P..a1 ,i -iITY
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making' a'success. of, the a Ir- A' Choice \
us '
'b .an.-1 given . .. ID I,.. i ::1 I '
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E eduI .aterpr'''''... < ': Iot4ee.. DwelllI ;Fne 'A,
l..d.. 1aM.rssigUsd B.T.' M.S.JoItnsJugL'l Annual 'll5N5 '
poel-I of KUs'immee boy : The Convention of the :i
; itsd aaoaDCl..m The younger set u 'Jla a .I'ol Full \ .
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i *... :....... ...... pll'DJa"'D&l7' have organized thenuelve into a baseball 'l. A'M.ett.lGitt. :: held and. Missionary Alliance tr = *out Kv.iy ,
.abw ".ed at Bartoow by bIa brot.b.I team and have chosen a* a name v will be la the Opera Bouse, beginning '- 'a. '.- High :i Llno. ,

.' 'Wksr L. ......., whoiR Imse'I for same,' the uKIMt_. Klds.'i Would .'&' 'of"fol: Monday evening, at130 p. m., Grade
; .' .:-' : -,:' Name and, positions<< of. players, area E'' a'.jior,ia.le, the .vent) : and continuing through until Wednes H'O'M"E' ". A fle.4v.rt. ftJ114 Rfl'of S ..
follow: Drew AlVy oatoheri Edwin 'W' : of the fUu would unmake' day all'b' '
) _. :V.oaU Baker thu', Poun4lpltcher Fred Basa,.first ;T ," . press 'flow_ used I.pla.lraowled. -' '. ,.'of :eourse,I '.Tl pM be the -time' of .a '- ., CRe4; = Cracko II

Tom WoodaU, second base! Leo she fotar "we do: of blessing hat a tied to It, 'i
busibass base) :'tvintfhfcr.6azeUee the !. \ &IN ( stdM S
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my from God and '
u"r 'By Bass,(''shortstop; Charles Bronsob know; insta.nolack'of upbuilding of HI* 5.4 aonM b .k to \ .. TVTHSOITY AKIRY' -
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? lllnaM;;5lr" *. 1 third base Marvin .Godwin, left 1I.ld; . -*)' 9-cplumn country erg?.' ambition and I>of -appetite kingdom ThepeakerprsentwtnbaRev. '*.rD..IO.. '. WkS' ': '-! ___' .t
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Sold -EmBML& : .how* ItSelf l will be ; A. B. VunkJ of New 11ev. ,. . I 7
tot.k.uptb..' Lsvert Gregory, eanOtr ;iCjMTipWllj'ona: ,oldJ'styl -u i fo1 Yo : ;i ,. I. .
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field.Tbad 'Oil"...' and IT' W;V. Metalogery of Dr. ; .
Pound, right
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: They 6:9 { : : R.-H. UHereiv/Bouth China., Dont p r -- .
< know she Is 30bn.-WoodaU, subai.i:4s.J : S ; Qoron--cob'otnwl- n1 tllk 7
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"_ ;. I .. Her ranks have ordered toll .ooSplemenl of :sjid" .s"body'! j j'ad.da"U"Z ble \:; f:.. et; fall toeome 10 'these meetings,'.andChrlttiaaa r'r't"II."aAlu. .NICE I LI1IE CANDIES 'uisl'FInf '
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paper 11111.CI : '
; & )pallsi bau, etc. for the .team. and,will .Jrva-i o: oome much. ConAteWlon , r .
\ rU'. State and the b1f1"wl. 'Jla. ,. "- '
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jJl 11 '. -. 3 ". ."'r the 1mpov r beef1 IIILnteIW VUflUI, .,LffiLt Iii
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:. i'wbin' without the I loa. .'single ani-'
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;1 t Oe \J.. z. ..1 t the tkk than those ., .' TIME' TRIED AND
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p The real) ., i the . tbJ
estate agent M.. oily .' il' k . f t .
.t'" \ .'aer, Mercer's cood W" -_ ..I( t w0*v.., :: ,> I.. :. ,- :Mp.ufscisu4.aj.e1sli.pmit. } ; 9 b t ep.a4, '
land .i aVinetin* r.- .
fr' wa an unscrupulous blik '
'. t .4 nss4bSwi .., J .' ; animal ! led to overflow, which am, always tree .O. eh O..I _' ; ,
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i :..tJt ,t. 11M U." O :for ; .,.' ; '. p&.4iv4 ani pt tijoe.4n psturc'aochdsta4with :W GQVj-GARD'Ek.: : t.j -

; It .. .cdIc41'S.. ,PIat werleY',raw < >iiit *.gt O'' 'LIOLa: :.; ,, ;
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: *VMpi8r. VaVn. required,' and _
: ', //of twenty. acre of J } >.- them .i have the s. trouble B.: : I Cibbels. PPIJ' 7- S Ca.tIe .

..''\q:. '.,with hare there ,aI. :. erMioa of.' Os though, th. had come, roan .t' ., .p jr.s :. lI.d.p. p se- lC"1bu' ..rid&
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.sr : : Dortl.L : ,: l Mo way sL.ts.We have had
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wi* b. ain.a .* 'e.r prior : I Ue d has. "
p WIL *" .. One- lf. ate/moaih./ lid. : e aa> ape; more tt sad too nay lu crop .xpeW ,
V ... .t"Ye' : ., . hwa. amtasoe I. i.aLES., .. .a1ds. Pijvvlsl bianija '
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'IfSiStJfcS -* ft 'O. .I" I' ; i. .o. The it a stack all tladj nlt'I'ILI.I MATISIIIAIA'
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,.; .,: > aw.4k'ta! *: Us.B .. het1 .t.C. : :The bureau -tad a showed a tempera ,m :: ( e were the Bret dealers to put tbe..dllJDttN'UU. Wtl, _ '

';.MPL**.'*- clia. ,P..H. >are--lMVmoney. . wa. ': J- t I:a4 .. H. ( break>p-of pgip'fooi' t1 tl ofl-tr."ie'I&m< of the Mdbile V Ohio'.R, : the reach of.1UUI.OlCUTlC growems, a fact' Utey',shoal faoer l Iq mind whim W. o.i.i -_ _

,. \ b h. terms > showed a, ; : MAgiitat.m.i.- .- ,. -
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'11. Jocet JIa. m. a temptr>tur.vo( |Jo 4 1" 7'Again. .- '.' -, ." S : $ \ Ammoofm Salt ,' "
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Me farm ""re. **r vmsMMV tr oi( the tik. got on oder'' Via Savannah aad .
.- j 9. .ii. ,'hed' work to make the n he' to some won. OIMS-' iwWIe the 0cu Dried Blood. Gas LUoppnraa. T
a 1 bargafaiM. 'V ,. .. "ifes., too .late UI. prevent the ; 'gained "a ones ia bcl f..r.little ;) 'I York, ? ,., High tirade BWod and Boo. ,, ,
very I Ba
p;:. 4 i to buy.*cart and horse | foVce ., Via Norfolk .tx aadBaltimore. Ulood and Bone.Bone. Blue -
( : Stomin
-4 echeery eld veteran ,te- tofm6 .e. OU&b. 'yards are There hi 'now 410 'exu.. for not improving ' ,.. EastTJ E I S.. .. II Yok Wan- . .' ' CaucUs tod, '

.. f *% ,ltIIIf1i.rlally .risitot ,to.Rub. a form) on the sidewalk enemy "', ,night" seal" our cattle. Every fare inoiir Taoaiaff t land Plaster, .... '-.
., .r ...... t1t nearest tOw ."."..' , into the, seat of spring ilJ int this state should at least Via Savaanah sad Merchant* .Miners .. Bright Cottos tIeecI Meat Whale OIl soap, "
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: wagon. j .
r' "iI" tnwa, a buabteas. oia..I\i4 It was Tim. hl; andi his ( con- high-grade cows or a beef breed- andpreferably .Compaay lot Baltimore sad, -_ Dark Cotton aNd Meal. > Qrouud Oopperaa'. .
f' th.' Ct for im those aving a flow ol milk . ,,. .. -
+'.J .few-vegetables; and fowls'he voice rang lelxed the ) '.Ci.-bip -' cantor i'omaus.-- -. Bisulphide Oarbeta;
f" 11 raised, he n shipment sufficient to raise goodcalves and "
d -WM. wo t to buy butterjuegga urged o OyeU-r SbaBs '
-_ : tl.hor onwal ft ply his table with milk and butur..up: KEY JVEST Via ( for Poultry,
,.* '.r and fruit from farmer inor. prior to \ Fenlnsulr'.Ocddentl .r' POT..81\1 PaHa Qreen
z -ft--;I /'" .fortunately situated ..than. himself.-end Dea sgd wagon turned the i- work was'so Yo all will admit this is right,"'for . AND Xlurtaterowan.. '. anrt inaeptlcl !I. 8Itt-. ", ',

4, .' >eddle.the"ani' at' a small.profit.: In n.r. ;. ; b lo.scs.An, Jhit is, wha the average farm.of'our Steamship .CompanyMILKA.C1K tllsu! Grade Potash TOB. 'COO II.\TIIKTAI. -

'- "- ;,. -.Rushton, ; He' ran ales It. shooting" > bften very state is snow doing.only cattle ariscrubs. HAVANA Low Urade Pota*.' -
.One dav people .surprised to and Cut Tobacco Btema, -
; were see tage.constablewhom- saw ; was He gets milk and 'butter and t. -
i v t ,a-bright-faced boy:of sixteen.,who h -on the' a.caf| that he K.'I&I" No. 1 Uround Tobaoea, 4
g". ?, wa* to stop Tin, mad "I 8ing says don't cost TIOKBT8.iLterchsuigeable ''nardwoed
*..',.to? them driving ..Tim ven- to ', and I notice ahJthinF Canada Aahej. Fin* Qronod Tobacco .
.Abner Inhed'the. and. relic a calf ,
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"or. mile of principal ,,
> over
among Haled
,. Mercer wagon into town, the line, tIghtly r propr.facili cost the butcher anything when he ulUage dek.good :o the t.. ' PIlOSPBOiUO A.C11>H; Tobacco Bleme. ,,..,
.r 0 e principal
: fl., .r Curiosity railroads the UoMrs. Ground Tobacco -
soon dispersed the' reaeoa. lack 01 comes to buy I. eQ\e' '
.. T. to.table took In the" amoa to New.York via Atlantic Coast VJind Bone All guaranteed
fMubof'aVsme onJsach
t was Dean Landiaiaad of the The excuse for 'hot 'breeding fine Throujth Sleer. Po sad to ,
cva u
ho1 drew PII. I
hetk..s the .
: #, In oc a nd Southern Railway.Frank Arid, rhoaphate.P laIn all their
., ::a.*>erorphan, 'W-of ., all 01 cattle they require .moreattention met all t.rt.III.I..I..t
&Mm at 1 dangerous II nt, W. D. Passenger < .' .tone.Black 4
Commercial A
He' had been cast a horaetes. waif on speed. defect have than a scrub.. C Boyleston.. Stak..TnnUnt -' 'perd'h' -' -

"" : .' _eeJ i''of slthiors 'bid'wearied C H. watchedJta >i*%t* proa con tplf you wish to raise an extra Cto A.en.J West Bay etre.'Ator. Craig Building General, JP Agent. H. M E.;: O. Painter' Fertilizer ". ;:
enger : At
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a thUcIty'1tariroiI.and, In wanderlw airai itn ht-"n erbrse" .. the exclu.lv crop yo must give it extra meno.-.f J Wi f' .P' Co 11
.v --4nabont- the- country seekinwork, down the steep inc'ir' { & 'result attention 1 if you wish, to risea ,mlDo.Ne CaroUna.: ,JACKSONVILLE 'fP
:- had collie dark e rate ,, FLA. ,
/ one night to thevete- a frightful &alt The calf that at.{wo year old will weigh "
.r..liioi..*s lonely cabin .t.nin.'aDd ill.' seemed head; the I, 1- ,' ..
to not* the 4act per pounds-why not give it extra care -n .
:? ". ; ? .JJi:; 4.o.'r'-ing friend,..ill.t. ,the ,war-worn road ended abruptly I,,. for the been teducet instead t.a of growing a.scrub that at the tians, a* they are professional healer If th..ud.11 made with quassia I- . I ..fI.1\. :
.. Cj eJ'O''' 'C' had been ..al.! per On< same age will weigh only 600 pounds'' their,bed of Pj-ettrby-Nights. (Mira' chip tea It will ,be even more effectivea ,- -- .,
.ct .ncert ceat : .
J .The .loneliness,of' :Sandy Flat was et. pad thoroughfare( The pound steer will bring double bills) and. Night Stocks (Mathiola) hot quaasia tea stone i i. an excellehlremedy. '

i' <2 *'irtiodonv; scope. fresh ait, radiart sunligtjl until the st'ucturewa. rebuilt. animals the-mone I.a' by weight and nearly dpuble flowerless and scentless at high day'I' Repeated .application must "i "rwi EAST Gour OF FLORIDA ', u''t.:

': t io to. the city' boy. Its vegetable In an instant the lora 1 quarantine the'prtcfor quality.. Admitting but i joy of beauty and honeyed sweetness be made''at interval of two ;or three U PAJUOISf KlC&INEO.!. ;
< a garden of caught on a the < I ''after o clock each day until, days until the egg' are ill hatched 11" .
patch beauty, the warm Pltl w.&n Atanti J prt. this, then how are weto get ..tarted'W. for ,, .
traces o'clock of the morning.' otherwise Jhe pest will continuevits attack S .1. "
next
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4 friendship, of Mercer the greatest of ten .
hOTe heifer .
1 . can buy high grade calves '
vehicle' and driver, night *.
i blessings ) Mexico. The We of-thiag, ,whro; Int
4 went and luU-"lood, bull inoculaje them -. -. 1 -- FLORIDA! EAST -t
the of COAST
lie'stayed week. and tbe" edge the ptanl way into nearer home day; whose bread-winners are away RAILWAY.
a one day. len. ruihing _' than and when of prpr", age breed them until the, hades of evening .$1OO' JUwWd ,il00.
oth- each'
V with a humorous twinkle in. hU. ereamelow\ any day r .
eye. This is ay and the mopt J
Mercer told him Mr. Tim iim' work. A* it th quick.t . tail: whose 'youiig'proplC' give lawn this' will --- '
f[ he Intended adopt I The 1 leaders of paper be
cheaper

1 t, 1'1. him was that and the set city him( waif to work became; and a 'thus village it' ankle struck wai '1-ned<*at wide the .. .* c., with(891 e that>on.ive.just bull bt.ure.. : Buy a the best fullblooded way.. I parties. by flol&br..,'whose revealed flowerbed by. pleased one dreaded to learn disease that that there science"I* at,, least baa .LOCAL'ilME CARD No45., ,In. Effect Jan. 1903., :

. A peddler a. happy and hopeful a* U the then choked he'by clung to-the rock &'''l "act and cross him your on 'your means wi, permit !me searching rays' of ilectric lights, i been'able to cur. in all its stagesand _::tOVTKBOUNO-RlAB. BOW*. woaTNsouim.JUL., M. .

, riche.f the world lay at hi. feet.At .the w.te.and of live stock keep: and whose children restlis* a* the age 1.:i Cahurrh. Hill's Catarrh Cure ...
.1 a. : subdued*** ing all heifers and beefing the .Ieet selfentertaininghour that it a. a..$s m.as N.,as I 5 I ., I :
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the end'of Dean Land! thereof I find a sATOS,
a year. Even the half-bloods( surprise \ i i. the only positive cure known to the hi3Jy.
;.-- *.4j. -",.-watll! a fixture at.Sandy JHatt but: newun' 'i **cck.swa.: trade in some show up almost ) watching the Juskfruds open (Out medical fraternity.. Cs.tarihbeing a U- Daily. I aUp. D.1t,. 1JaI". .

,?. ff::' the old veteran wa not. Trouble !had . work is con : as I.c. Get .and "-we have tenfold more lieed of night constitutional diseaserequires a constitutional i-Ill. u.spI a. !$14.'rJaeteonvtil..Ajul ?50J jeIJ 5.1 '
J-, come to the hit!. farmt'' J"4n rnnnl; towrrd the bridge. Tim ,(heir sub .111-I 6n.the heifers anotbe, 'and bt fewyears blooming flowers than/ad lOur ancesitors.j treatment.' Hall's. Catarrh I IU ? se 1
k A speculator had induced Mercer to Ot the shore reached it. 'of an I in; i you will have-a herd of cattle Fortunately' vwlwve a much wider Cure is taken Internally acting directly E'3 M'4iti. fl -

'', purchase a scow he owned. H.. rep ed gait the woods beond and t lo< .do 'this that (for all intents and purposes,will be range of'dasirkble moonlight now, upon 'the blood and mucoua surface 0'!' [ 5" :
v- resented that the Iron work. at XJmt' pact a clump wiow. and training. It ers to select-from.: I .
wsl! destroying-
This thereby
valuable lull-bloods. the Mem. '
', ., brie would pay larg'ly for what freight ab.rd an old crlt .ted to' the past few as b. a pleasure aa and prove more profitablethan ClawM 'of Evening Flower*.-We i foundation) 'of the disease and giving ,.

the -uow could cartydown- th* 'rI.er. tre. men were may f arbitrarily separate our evening the F' ui(1Ili( S,., .,. iT,5&Ji&ho.i..AJ1 $ CiI siiiuj , -
of sale thepatient strength by building i
any your up- tw eta ,. ..,.' ,,,,. -
-8.MassoLyL ,
J It .'AbDer Mere. old. all exports. cop. flOwers into three classes vines boroftt constitution- assisting nature ia .i. ,,. 1pf S

,, v i AT Perhaps that Mercer this'was mortgaged,true, but, the little very regarded scrv. top.injured i lo.e permitted are very raise I know-as good from beef experience cattle that in Alakima we can be and separately'water'' plant'considered.Each of(Bnt.these before wil doing ill work. The proprietor Eireso :::: ::::::' ,. ::... ::':::-. :: :: ':::: I .

in its curative ,
faith j
.. /* atch of for thought of the'constable'elewe as can raised 'anywbetr, have profitably plan much power I ii 151 neT Ornun4 ,,.,. $Ss
; ] -Tp ground- enough to buy the and b that we may more Hundred Dollars p CU tH
that they offer one lt 544 a.. ,. .
I'' : bwf %nq Dean had golden dretms of tracks: cut th. ropewand a* pack lul-IOde k rthoTI yrarlingf. that where.our- evening flower .hall be Cci 444 SM
carry Ci. fails Send
it
that to
:- *- _., a life .of pew usefulness-the ,Umbria floated rapidly! down stream! must apply from.C".to pund. planted to 'display their, beauty best for for any list of.testimonials Address-cure.. Mg.il'jiM'.w Bmrrue..*. 'a-i. riMiIl w
iron work burned down and were idly to sleep with a chuckling- The I. ..klnl up nee.- have the most pleasure-when Lii' mil.
never $ la
for in- They 2 --ot. : : .
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo.! O. .it -o -ew'
rebuilt.' and 4vii.navgatIo, practically about "having got even with airy of Improved catle. There is nowaxtlemand grouped together. They may be planted j
. ceased.. di .. hlul..i far ) the}supply for secluded or.retir.d.pot Sold by druggists, TOc. E i
_t VtwM The. beefcattle immune. the anywhere but a Hall' Family Pill are the.best. : 1 .Ir.'h11""
' disappoirted Abner MercerJVfoundHis' ,.Ten dow.i.treat1 & ci'ail pure-bred Jto seems more appropriate for'these -7'v' C. -. ! I
tick and-the demand for longtime ,
farm tied .with fever a .
up mort- "' I An in. plants attractive-only: night. ,The) '; _a the'>..t.tv,

..*'. t JT. KKe.RuMiton'Mid'and his.lowly-rotting useless scow tied away.up, at ing where spot it, bre the against...o J'.o charAe De artmen of the stlpply.(to come'And we will of be .reter-tn the establish . ,tHOW'TQ USE,-tH.EMi:, The Monthly Weather Reyle."for - : : :!: :' :: : :::: j :::: ': :' .

November published the
just
by
%: Th., mortgage became due. Dun regarded the a herd ofJpure-Wef cattle ned '
- He half-helples- d by the "' Arbor and Summer I louse. A shady :::::
.
.' :: worked hard with the horse and wagon on the\
{F but he.had bad lick.' rtr linl whole etrinl of. lnl.urr.e.. J. a anima thor breeders north of the'quaran walk autnnver-honse leading .under is an>an idol'arbor'spot or for toa Moon.article' on While AustralianDrouthl'and ...'... Boand,... ,,..... es ,, ,, ,,_,,. ea
y I he we arc not Interested .
...
inoculate their cat psi', janitor.
-cared Tim They can "
,. .t .& Few people to compete 'with rrJ b.pnln to aid at- the lin. evening mower "fheie structure may in i the rainfall. of Australia are interested -.54 l Pol no! a ' Il'm' '1'it "
#the old soldier In. 'iii open hold !tome tie, but they cn't them .,,
pedd"ng-
trips isO
; tion force be either with IpocnoeaMexkana. in that of the article .s.s3to. 110
.l .r .' bog Dean fallen Up. wits his- mune for no estimation overgrown part which *se cit .* IDes see.
se took I1I.e place tbere.1cn aU1lnte. tee.
r :, farmer established full of . Overwhelmed ) in charl. is Immun) 'un tick in. with 'it* pretty purple- speak of the moon's influence on the Cu ass ..bob. . 55$ 555 ICCO
in .
'ifnany a rivalry Iu
question. .that : al of throated ffo'wersor the white 'MoonflQwerlTwith wea.her. to-witi ."The Influence of the i: :: ::: : :::: ::: I
_t: t,. buiTfieis. and utili-ed .tbelr own idle set"Mm whic ferted pl.t"re. -_ _vv 1 ,wetnest a. the weather is that ;: : : : :::: .:: ::: ;: :: _
moon I as
t ," Then he-"loaned" the tome ay on 'matter! . &. ... in , .
'- -
.,...- ; 'produce boy by t.sending-se4U:, them" to t4_. with iota quarter, arw him limp .. and tags The *aitwants' a taril t.pro of the M.JrTllOliiand; '* otlicn ear will not-be downed by the exercise of SI se '..... .. infant -
;
.. the in. the Pond Lily Jessuuine., How amount of According -ii :: filly. -
.I: -.p. . f'. The. Mercerwaa -?tak_. '... 'A ening hiirself!in_the nO direction after left-the of ..,.ld All these te. a subsidy; the sugar men .,to..have or the pathway, leading appropriate. any to the most common ancient lease notions the I ; ,, l.T..tT : : '- iI'M

.. l *' \V doctor: bill used u p what money' heIt A more dejected and ; ,/ .' in a.royalty on their sugar, and up to ,he' arbor stared; by moonlight moon ought to have and must have a Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and SL Augustine.
$ had saved.. The foreclosure the now the west the government to ( 4 4S
'on it would.bue hardto, Animals,' but want flowers, and a-brcath with sweet odor controlling influence in excess of the "
iq F mortgage* the final blow.: Dean Landis b ; ) '.'whose water their we oi Alabama Therefore let. us plant the bqrder on sun's, and every one who'seeks tn demonstrate - :AorPoNu.r.a wo ST. uos'xa. .

"."";: I/o ;' 'ji- On. evening when Dean returnedViJliiVbm At the high-tide morning.< pasted the require no help-from the lyemment either side to some such ''Bower a* Its power is liable to become I WaSt Nat? h..l5 .

; Rnshtotk he fcund the.ambnlat !had come. He'hid .aen. then come Our infant industry will prtecn4 these,! Ga). Four 'p'Gocks' in rain- infatuated with the'study. The 'moon N..Ti. 0..57. N..55 I U..55 N..45 i.iy Dit- ..0$ Di .SS- 44

f' r- '.. f,the- county pcorhouse at the door !tin box:it contained. that-.held exmin.tlon by a tariff wallmore' secure thin If enacted -. bow.'colors..' Evening Primrose with has so many variation north and southof pci', n.&i, b.ai :: : : J '
.
,'s, of the .bln. and. his, benefactor inside .ayinl all hi. stock of tea .are by legislation. If is a vast, bloodsucking large .uct.... flower in whit. and the equator north and south of the I.ais.vw.; : yu SMa 54Oatt2pIt59p SOi 59O iis I TW' %
.,"'f14. it.. : the hone had .rd. and the army that never retreats, and yellow stately Nicotianas" with their ecliptic tor and from .the earth from lrCAuira.ttn. lie. bee iCsOaItispliipp aalp CUCp 5e5P S P p SPS,

".. t .'i.r. NC uac Deen"..ic1)eUer"'l'Ile he knew'not: where. Is .sold. di. thanks to, our G. He gives us the long'tubed stars of white and clump new moon to full 'moon conspiring - ST. UOUIDI TO JAOLIONYILL3. ''
:\ 11 and ''' wretched-looking, but with a It wa* about when Dekn. the eX1 sunshine and yam makes a cite of'Daturas, beautiful and Lily-like. with the sun and opposing the sun,

. " '<. bright .mi ?I hoped to pet away be- outside the noon. Sandy examined that produces the grass that will About t..entr.nce to, ;the,summer that it does seem as-4hongh ripe oughtto lie's is ,

.' '". ' !foa>Oi caflM back..The farm i Is gone, pletely odlura&ed1(, ws be weighed. our new efforts with .ub.ldl.sad roy-' lioue"let its bank a few of our choicest, be able to'make its periodical orcillation lissi,. liMly. I a'. (. a.. Jga&i. JanhI.IDuia2: Dwly.s..4 Dsitj.5.5$

.;: !:, :, ;-11. rim ('he 'doctor woi t com any more whut do' for a", i is' tageJ allies. : . Sweetest flowers that will flood this aorrwith' some of' ih*' manv' awe. I i". I Bun, f 5'

'.t s--'. : :, .,without money." ? '' ;" .h a well-dressed *trsngerjji. tag .nd This ii'the t>ntn. of the recites1 armsaa trysting place of lovers with sweetness variation in the'aspect ./the weather, 4sJ;-h TMi tQa IOa. $IiialItjii&lItlOilIilp StOp y Ip IWP

V "I will earn itf* "exclaimed Dean. in - an abbatoir that grows-the Bermuda. : yOhive and light it with their tapers of gleaming -' However., we know of but one .relation iIsA53pfl5gplp9p yto m, rp SLP' -
.
: .'" : .jsv perfect tumult.. . of indignction. and'cxI I He wa* the M .J man plo tin.*I. heard the' norther farmer white flowers Large potted specimens ! between.the moon and the earth' SOHKDITLXS OV BHjLWOH Z.nTtS.TIBUM .. f
*,citemenC 1 I Tim Grey 'cn 'the scow'; and held prsiie..of grass and clover, The .of Cereui.(rrandiflora (Night atmosphere that can be said to have -

.. "N'." replied V&reer 'Adl). "II I Dern.. lhis. aci'of his ; but 'are not time i not far distant when his tune be blooming Cereus) may be' sunken herein been settled upon -a' rational basis andthat AZj'OB.D L&.NQ -OB4XG ozyl 3RAXO '
.... ifioored do'vrffthe river." by our praises of Bermuda' their always attracting attention ia the mater of atmospheric tides .
; pots
heed medical cre and It'. free**-''the baa passed drowne '
,
Laplace :j -STMT0x' '
Hhoussu Maybe the* olay mike me i His name was Farley and h the ,cowpeas- grass and a legume< bec..e of their grotesque luxuriant" - stated that thesemidiurnal r TAITs.L.
i_ .ilPdei&tb.n'' rau J4 I will go.West I 1.1'paint .BMtniifacOire/i' or shipper.; that is .. far'ahead 'of blue grass andclover and enormous'flower of almost lunar tide in the atmosphere ought to' TS.a it.TiPiseiuit..4. f' j I -
delphla on visitto. 'some .as a full-blooded Shorthorn U more than earthly beauty.. Or there amoint to about 0.003 inches cf baro : '
i.
tSe : :
together *i iijM'5w up with coent held metric ::::: :: :: D 4
(for
ahead of( degenerate ..outh.Cl 'be in of potted pressure equatorial sUtions. S ..... ,
eu Ju.hton' k all carcasses a son 0 a may' place these, or so n sS s 5 Li 55 L..Orcii.Vit7.fla; $5 51 I pIPLUIea -
t1 and this agrees with the results of observation . .,... ,...
$
: .t ainly" Dean expostulated. ,Mercer to sec ',you' ; from an .cru when it comes ,to producing planted out specimen of Brugmansia I -------- ,,55p i1d6cAr..OrCL17J..itatfli .
carried
young man" .said ),it. Farl marked ) beef' acre.,, wiUt it.,immense .ivory-white trumpet' on at Bataria. Java l'' "
: told'Dean that by i .
determined.- He }
wa i p His also, "
formulae t ho wed, althoughwe : i--:: :; -
? the horse a brow and 'furniture sharp, ba.iae..lik. voice, ,ls end of each Dn't let quarantine line; ran of, bloom, or a delightfully scented 'believe hi did not:state the fact i : "It''.,:>

.-.t. 'to Aot-the"ibln-:1I1..to: do what he drew oa a. hadkerd"e." carcasses ain. the northern border' our cestrum the Night-blooming Jasmine that .* 'the moon' moves- north and ft-I, 4, p ..-...-.... Jaakao.vIli. ........-..,.ArI- I 6 5 ff p t >'
,. and .t of the ._..._. .....biti ,ir.oi.oe.ifi.. .
'woulll with them. colplete ,. a, be any-longer the' dead-line tosuccessful poet Or aa appropriately there south'Of II se U p u. ...-._.. j y 6 p
; : exhibited cupful of maybe planted to the right'and left the equator monthl,.- there Ii CS a 54 P Ar..Pablo -:....a i',.....-.. .vj 6 py p .
11' abt. locked
. ..-- ,b.!, &tsusLo. 'Poor'i..the.,veterae"old.hoi.eye" a wastear* he took* got that frm hold.-'haver of your I the govern up .nl the 'RIculture at T.sentinels cotton stalk on of Jhe Arbor's opening.,clumps of Lemon ought gerersl
.I_ last look at it. and like tearful eye.s b.-.II1rol seen b ) &possession line defying progress and prosperUly. and Day Liiy-; (Hemerocallia flava for two week and northward tot do set stop station.oppoelM)which a.U..I s shown* .S:,

.- .watched* the slow' ambulance ..traverseonn "Yewe you ) time as is .; They have destroyed the 'that and Fnnkia subeordata). their lilies of( two weefc,"'This.we belieVe'wa* first n*.Tim.WBS."_lh.tlmBB at which Sraln. may IM .,_. ea nlvB B4 Opart ,. 1J.
_- .p' until It. -put some In (tha '' offal'Iank, is the very foundation.> gold and snowy-white most delightful detrdnstrated -Mei the>i>T ml MBtl AaWI tbolr BTHTM.r 4op.rt f, as ibo HBO*.ias.4! ) a. ace pwoeu.d ;
Ctr the winding road di8aD1Ml&J'ed asan observable quantlKby -* f.
. aid : 'lcultura tor got* the Company.kold tucU. P.Ms-iot. aay .w..NIDIa
. ";; .. :. 4ow4thit1a to tbe yoorbouse : /, bal.I.don't Dean meant Wh.t. .UlftI.lon of prosperity. II ly fragrant.) True'each blossom lives. A. Pobr.. a civil neer' of SMnCIVMM '. ;.
.pieJ1t: :etick-i wonive that and In Thcurse'' to our country ha. .a luH sj honra;but a* they usually expand and a member the MeteoreJOcal -
\ ,
.,". t '.'. : upi UCCJBTVU'Du.a1 after liii di.Itive F.rle.excite41)thJ4. ejslftctf1. : "' ., '-tamik with a the one) crop .).ta. Why should ben with the .unset";,and pour.their Sod tv-of France.: From hi* fcnlnsnlar and Occidental Steamship C Connsctlons MIWI.Brwi..i .

4. .. mind had gone through all the "I do." .. 1}; condemne etinu'.this'kulcida course? .It only sweetest fragrance out upon the night article" published': that'; society, id -- "' '0.
'
j, t,1 14cfu4tlO1S'Of! dcsrwic. hope. fidelity i l 'a4 in thin thin pockets. air we may righHull",da.* them with 1883-1888. we, larntbat the average VT&V1. JCIY'W1II8'1'. HAVAJTA AVD JtiMAV.xiAJcxxiir '. .. \

,, :'C, :and Irresolutions.'U earn the "Orty Deaa Io''h . of ap W. have.used. our lands a* we would ammnelw.ys evening bloomer ;. ' barometric pressure on parallels of latitude - 141:5., :r,.
.;.Y to give him a :pleasant home,: acme \ for two or taking from and adding MHMpfl, .e M'--BM* 'V around the whole globe as measured 'VY&VLJI.&JNIA.V : WMT.-BA.VAV.A xuravOrnnisienolng ; .

;. 4"p.. -r.'wsy.Yoe; : .han't atay long in-the poor- ''o of"itacres of it," breaks nothing,. W.'mu.t make t factories-c The. MeaJy B. on the international map. pub n-.I&aoaq 1,1eoa. JaaMry U* 180L f.

f .i r', : ?hoaM.\\ dear old.friend,, Ko. not if I : t asked the,man. !ev fernv and-we-Mnnot-49 this on- listed by tie U. S.- Weather Bureau, _Wi.t x.liar. p LY XII..Tlter.' ......_.&...$ S .S ;
'4' fc*cast' help It.",. : "Here-ths? f.rm./ cr lycrnmet lets we hive grass cattle.. . 'W* clip the following, account of this give the following. results*. ,The pressure I,g_.ruse.,. ---1-.3" p ir K.r WMI Sua.,'J' ..,...?...,..,._! 's.; "
.
Lw -W.dSM Lv Key Woes Bua.,Thor.... ....A..l S. ;to"
c'._ ,. 't, -,He: believed 'that'' he 'could beID'1t. Mr Parley .C.c.en ,'. ,meat by No country on ate of the globe pest from,Park',;-Floral MagazIne. 'of latitude-40 egrets minus that Aeka-at. TSar............... I 01u a Hsvn4 MOIl.,......__........ S 1) ',',. i
fcijAityway ..havingformulated .a plan of the affair..' H. All was for on latitude lo degree it 1.88 im- LyB.n.JI..Jr.t:,..____ 00. 'iiJ
OBsjs
; force. ever-prosperous any length It Is the worn enemy; of variouipYanta. x s ring vabraary I, ISO*
.
.
,
.' _' :344r V'tC' procedure. set at ,work 'to. teat Its of, the f.rm'' Tea be Ai. .. leaving time without stock rilin ; .:that'we.have' 'found., One meten when th. .,.ft I. _.t.. 'sh. .._ ide M Bil -W.&...*............. J 00 Ar LY X.II."Y, w..t TtI voes'.IIM....__......_...._. S .. ({.,. .
ever J
', "Who Th..luth ,
A .. .. Ii'
.j '- own. 3- o" before the war was tremj ih ..nd.7is milllmetem t ti.esv..Tk.rs 5.i .. -.o. ArlAl.maTtl.II..TjI.r. .. ........ ., 7 55
.
.L&-R. Drew who _. "1 ,ttnnAAA _I a1, -I lint i.. _tiit epr in year we lost most of our Coleus by the when the- ...... p . ._ ,
MsttedJaSea! $
in the
: It baC1C- -- .nn'. -- I tag the.jrorld! .now.jhe.looks poverty moon is extreme north/ dVrt,.....>............ Mi 1< .q't.:
..L ''J'; '..." mortnge. prew knew that w4LrOI.e.I.Tu4iMI4g-for; friend --totMr j I Q AH cars stricken..Bcfore.: th. war she..was the tttacks of Mealy bags which at' the The normal !differemre-isrsc. Thi .' -.. KareB SX), .' 'AbBve kovs tend.sfttk M t4teaud ll, .
'. -s . Va*' eSi eJr."II.the! money ; I meats neatest stock, .in the indicate that when the- moon-Is i fur* W tosal t ,
: ; I-I country iim: we could not find any means ol( > TlBM ,BXMB*that *wa tst STBSSMS 1* .4 '
.. 9S : Msned on it. He.told.Dean so Jfl'will guess 1. five-thousand I to ,s.ID The negro was her stock"..Teda word aubcluinR'\There I. an old saying that' thesf north there,1 a light accumuatlon - _w..s..1 M. oeJt. '

: : for, aye,J I H.lt! a is the poorest, Je has tb facilities. to "Eternal vigilajice fs the price of' liberty. of-atmosphere in the northern 1..1 P a -
: now
: 1 ..to Mr. I rcer.Uthe th I regain her loss- '. ." hemisphere amounting to an Increase : C I
This might be -
I ;> $$tUK&r*** D ellt.,, - "l"' soon caa aettte(L>/J s "v "ept.h) d It visit-to h chattels;. nowlt. mustBrccser (- paraphr&aed7ter'na"viailaaceii4he.pric.Ofplants' of 1.4? millimeters or o.tI6.1nduaLprea- Poe segg..u-a.n-. .CIM4 a4Ir'Mtt .

1'f ------_ j. Jf*r r A. blT y1 ,hlprof ositlon.; h.d it Dean Landis arnaIed" I l irJ4on *v, '. when sure on the oarallel f 40 degrees". T 18'1'
; the 4 around
"
t Mealy bug ; :.
LKm.Lt AUGUTNIIP'L4.
!' :&& ,b > :and whfte, signed; tr it-4sa-: -' I \ to ,-_,_ ,- : Otto c. Butterwecki '. _
;, **' w lIy r 9Cfnd returned to /4'd'i ty-biwever. .- "The Mealy bug Is a n'ear'relative of BfOoksville.'FU././ r b.- roth;' t6o.'S : .
,,. '. S.nTghrwtthananxious. /; and I' F.rle'tvenC to .I I I i government' EsNfr.i,1.ac.; foam ;'t'Classes o the plant louse or wphis and.is scientiically - 'emwsissi aiMBs . .siissssfcsBBMsasst' ; ) .. . '
.. '
.: '.' Drew, he it., .. hai of known as Corona adonidum.It fWhat do you expect to be when you -.
Flowers
u..derto
J hp VtM :.i> don I Orefe6a, Evening t elons,' with the .aphis. to the order become'of '. little man7 ked '
rew ten i The sand wa ) Use Them-"-Arbors --my *, I 'Trees
: t-dJi' twelve ioosiths.' fThen the commercial vl I",11.tl. I I.pton es-"-Rockeries,' .n. Sltmllou. rlemipters, and the sub-order Homop- ''I the .ialtor. "TntY-on.,'air" was the' [Budded Pecan ,, : FREIIHT -

., S tt'. ... ,be deeded $ back. to.'.Abnerr I 'product!' .$. I .tNQhln., era- With-the Scale" insect the,Mealy bright one**' rpl'.'-.' 1".ker.i: States . ' ,, -
J chrome Vln.-pordet '
.. dofrt Plants '- '
'Y1IftIet -' tht 1.ntaLftlnl bag conStitutes the family Coccidae man., - : '' A1
'! c Frn. California *% at' rom Win' .' Orange Trees
I .
'i :Des: t p4d1eCpcOduce: He only1 I in limited qnantitle dow.-1ordr.,Night-bloomer'' Oiere re""a ,numbs of species but -- ' - ; cI PEFAID
.
'. ..MtfkanVeTy-' .tbe business m.t Hardy Coccu adonidum Co r .,.
.01: went > ;icartlng I The 'shrewd paint I the most trouble. .- .

. ''N .: . ';_ *uli" gvgxocetiAfororekeepO' ; der Mood its valae,.%for.aj. aji.af i dict. the.Nymphoea. Night-blooming/ some to"''th florist. Coleus, Oleander B.T.; /LLEN.A: ; M., MJ t'i( ri: z. ..Peach Trees"ant. ,'1, .. .-
.JanuaryMiyflowerMrs.,11ora I IPRARS.
-\ ent" u kre>f : thX dpotmoving giving thc-tcosile--powet'o' I ] I Ste hanotisjand the Ascleplads .
; $ : ; : are es- ; 'MULBIt .
,'-.' -' H fumitWre, kanting sand, and doing'any clarifying sugars, in In.. wture'' .S. "Wance-has'a"lon: article on this cisUsubje' ",tto attacks. ,;of.this'Insect. 9CULIST.p'AURtTo.i.i14 'ERsn. MONS..P 1MS, PIGS.TREES RItJcAII

'ir -r- r ,;ft odd task tkat came (d hit Band w ; and In making paint.- is iaJ nyder' sut>;ectv 'At' decided make ,." : ORI'f'fEES'GRAPES ORNAMINTAL I
., ALITY. WW',1"
; Mesacy. .
inf.TJfTaWttJjlFr frt'.I 31 o IktI. Drug IkoN 1 U.RGEST'S-rOCK OF REES.BE 'I'Q
'
'fir ,
: t two
'ent. six ,
made tbt -At
"- He "k.. ;He visited hi* beq- 41.' o'co tht.yenc. 'I ; '. sorte: dr ,..b* :coulJaoLdecidcwhatt :, "Che.mate niember'rof ''Coon a adbni- Od.st.,' w. Laa'tlqs. Us.'loe.daps ....-. .
.' OalS. ," "' ..stf EFN
:
.. _ -giad&, *gjye..4ook many a dainty left .h, the1! tatonished ;, :. !Jeare OI".1 will.,ass i itall,; '. ail dUN fiamentS is'small light white'red-or coppery the 9sioeiwit 8u. r* rt.-M.st.iu..a rawe Hone.' :". :"cOWOTA NURSERIES at, ;: I
bet | and &
the ,
about little antennairatlie'long'It J1ACKSOiVI :
word at time ,
"
/, "" to him. but,said a accompanied him'' ; ,; a.." -,.we' have has wingwhich : I :rt
' 'S - , are '
.
b .
.
; ; \ BROTHERS' COMPItNV-
&
t : THE' GRIFFING
"l was&witoi : Stok white with -red-spotted: ' Xcdr .
_ $ lion Ma4 Jany).',--: .!.r'io/, a. chBplet'mlght, .be'_wreath'. margin 'Tb ., I ?. .ppllcation. O.Box.s.u B: laeklotaWUe'I:',
11&4'. a > I ,. ,..- (female larger and of decoct color la ... ... . ,. C t IbJr. ..free Opoll.
:, He. *?% dr.wba4 without . i ry rr<"''tt"'i"* g '
'' tot', 'Qri1i'y" ..r hldl':* iwmoon ;, I 'waTS, and has'shorter'anten- N' ', ,:;' :! 01" ., '
-: ; improv = .-/ ,4 -. ",ir. /T nae, $ *'l *ov redwitli: -a;white'cot-' I 1----- .-' ..1' I
fL a
'J; '
.
.._.. I; ., 4'." : -I "'u" i ii satisfaction" noathinkl mo Jiiest I r t. ;Anenones'and SiaaotGoldAnd I ,' : .,I tpliitk. | |aMl owdery*ubetance which ia '. -, ;r_" "kqlo .1 I substitute: for ..tberkt4tdnotput ; ; :", .
. w4tk, white''
1 .
.f: a ,
cottoo-like .
sd :
new ;
:
for
I ' b1own'LIMi4' loral' tMIs.'yer bat': ,
'I up any /
old ,
the farm that -
ft'; rJ". ..t' IMt:' hll wasa goitp.is produves S fatal f.ta ciU ,The' tb"rvrr I m */ nbstaoce' '.' l of( November
ice"
.; &- nerer-knew itCtia -->. i tick lever; to I fatal Tobero. wish he'> ecraoSBn ..not o.'Our"h. have nearly. every year- beSBirwi It; ,
; . ..1tOJda. o ,,That in the u the form of a sticky fluid about the wBere wants ,to knowo.netlIngbout'ieedingtrghumi T '
1. .. 4n4y.:4ound II cnt' so wekiiTI gardMa 01 M" " ,0' IS.: .someone makeSfwa good crops- ei: mowing a oJ ,,
Ii. )0-. : c ttf'f j, tik I. called the Misttctt JfigmV. Oat-fce te m.s--inactive.' Thk I is' ep : I and Mock'of all hind 'are'vcryi4: ,
fortune" Sigh year
"4 vicinity ofTI&i5t. on cit tlittle. d : ;-, > ketiow her ,
nrud tw -- lue iei Solik a bride, *# and briglrt.She ., tot body:and shields the ave fd sorghum (forse>- ..r.-aftd fondofit,1ansgOIngtOpfIlttorLOtit'anotber i '

,, trace cl-It. sad psy .- dTbey- bought sPePtan-'fr1'! found that ; f.ata.. y. .come ootJlvban le sun's 4way.;. 1 egrsa d' y ungof the /insecta...after flnd,1\ the best "ll-ronnd" feed I ever year.,snd'woeld'asMse: all'f -1 %
helse bedly 'cripdfyAe fat nollati e cattle "', t-.death.1; :The male ..aM '
- S ait4 wbes bile- the) of "aJ theatmItIlopnflmeevse-it: ; the young Mw7TbiB.'tfartJ'bad( > in bout two who-wsn'the'most f ed Je*< the least' '
dr1yip wa ll Mdtkta. ,.,. will wit .blo attack a natye-tLt,1 '\*' "" :J: '- i I n* alwaya activeand., where they acre1 and b.ga",feedioga? soon's'' expense .to do ewl..oII4.** **'{ ","; \
f A ItJdl'I edr aearl all g .i 'enf -On 'lu'gk I flwae ojer -the leave*- hot 'later the oo 1 -' .
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0w Thtkft wa* traced to TUk p. .t lillit t .a ia the fork .. -"
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a mis-spefjed ser ti 'Tim Grey had not etokwand'lM .cattle fe' .11c. ,. .. , ; :: \lr. :. nilddle.eL Ma Eves 'out i-: ._ _
2 is oher--4s-I iw'seture' ''tbrdo .,be It' '
tl r filled witfc .Uiroatl V *Jr boa *M wos tJ.lte lit. IUet . mces : :
putting the me. aad,eoa*> I have own -fttThapa; bow we died though, .. white, all. fence 1etti" in'my' avMk cows alt liidlwsw Two-50 q.It wheat he ,sees'. 'f

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