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: March 6, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00062
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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. . . ; ., I I praclically .barren, .as ;to, .edvaedcrop. once'or twice' after'a few days (O that
The pubjie-nys "Lak failed when if ,4 .++4$4+ +
THS City to clothes Time was a woman put first class any insect which the
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moha escape *
HOUSEHOLD I /Tfrlcultarit
..- STATB" . keep agreement with Ihe State' Fair looked neat and trim, even though she :. >kjhorouglly | .) Cifl'efe 'ing may be caught the next .time. -.

though m.d.1 much were plainly and slrouly'-gowned, the [FertilizerDepartmeat "areated," they are exceedingly' pro- i&ivli Experiment St&tlorvJ 1 hough such insect nay' be-juo few ,
ma.gemef the effect was good. Now...notonly to be \
( 'mua duttiveTlittrflattyoods"' of noticed at first, they
FLORIDA money the (fair." DEPARTMENT Florid may multiply ,
y ) always .e.aodri. ; ... ,i. -.. ) ;:?!! are fertile with ::t rapidly tinder 'favorable conditions ,i
Neither comment is'critically. and absolutely clothes must be skirts 1i' plajiC freqentl1 .aaniable.condition Whenojilmted, kerosene emulsion Is 4

Correct, but the publicto must b fastened well up at the back K. O. pagygniAcaeot'YIILZ., requiring only to The Woau's' Cbrtstian Temperance used a* a spray against the melon ,_
THAT WILL BE OF IK- be made II ths they do nqjt sag If he is make1! them toeOlgh .:'A Union of Lake City, will give a louse, care should be taken to test the "
mos. to..draw fine distinctions? THINGS THAT WIIX BE OTtNTEBEST short and stout and short-waiited she ..t ++. +"++++++ 'good mechanical prouctiv. r tion to the student of the .recep effect of- the emulsion on' tho.'plants'0
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Tr FLOMDIANS. The real fact cannot b qUOtloned HOTTSEWiyES. must wear the narrowest of belt. and . with perfect drainagei.'is .rriucesry Friday evening from, eight .to eleven. jietore applying it .to the whole crop' '

'. People of f -the town inviting securing llio line. of. the'waiktifriuat be' longerin .ailjibtUtT o i Bom. as plant food to profitable re- The receptionwill take place U the J'len, if it be found too'weak for the

.tt Wait md XMwaUtlosisvi: the fair made money thereby an; and" froD than 'at' the back;I. she must Everr liitl while the que.tio of thevariability turns In.ura! .. . 11! City. Hotel and elaborate prepara- bug or too- strong folr the vines, jt-
.f d_... Wosmsm'a Bosurtk-sid .
,. ( mp Prioosi people of( the did fulfill w.-"i .a high .collar it Ale has a long of phosnhonc acid in bone St. ''h'rhb to. are being madetogive" Ihejjoys maybe made weaker or stronger as'
Bplrita, Et Xte. tow not their. Motto --About.Ct..ts -Hlmt neck a low oneif.. hEr is short; >obs account of -A.toB ., girls an ,enjoyable time . required. A formula recommended
I. obligations.Weoffcrnocriticisms. if .she i ia she snd tankage UpOn -, fur the
ATmrat Dross preparation of
Ete.'Ways. "etthin.'ith 10u,1 r available D'aWsoii in the an.emulsio.z for'Jjlant ' '
time |owjpcr e1ouge "r.'Mari 'report :
ud' Loe&UtU : and must have the sellers while the To celebrate the beginning of the lice is a* follow. '

at-ra i : Fair for. reflection,,'but 'we interested" in the 'tvluiaC .*. to fill in her blouse'between the lining total guaranteed "y That the reader may un- Botanischei Ctralblatt thatsXperi'enent'made the inoculation Hew semester, the boy gave, a dance One-Half pound soap (whaleoil if po.- '

L held )In a'5ate and wa.' welfare of ''Florida, and' every community ", ana the niaterial.ohierwsist-and.( ''if hlara'*..uch .low nitragin (mn-nltrngen) 1n'teri- in the, Cadet Mess Hall Tuesday night $iiolcU 'one gallon of water; two ftaUIon - '1
Been a-huntmg all'creatioh she is tout she must be careful not to the people of. Lake City and the of Kerosene."For .- ,
'J edged to be credit to the and and locality in' the stajte. We percentage ,uf f available phosphoric lizeil soil, showed no result in the case *
state are For them old specs o mine, to"wear a cotset with"high bunt and girls of the college. The dancing continue tuOgainst the melon louse add. -
all th'o.&,enga'ged J" il"manaA. ent. particularly interested in."the develop Had'' 'em blamed mornin' also to have her waists made with Jo acid, they must be .. quaint'. of cultivated peas; but it was' found until eleven and everyone who one gallon ,of-the above' emulsion to
facU that
There Were however oe* ment -of tlic' great Industrial resource Sure .rinin'li.rve.tdime.Know ; darts ,and wih( a vest front that lytical with is done at present by .1 laid that Inoculated(the seeds soil ripened than m avers Boil which quickly had thoroughly enjoyed it.. nine gallon of water. To'bo effective .,''

ft curreuoes for-which,the people of Jacksonville of 'our state,"toward the. success ,ofwlicli I put -name as' UBtTI- fall loose (from the'neck to below the tbe association f chemist submitted by this must be sprayed *o **'to reach jlhe "
the OuthigshscIf here, in the cup. waist-line. All thee' eem like infinitesimal dowfl by available not been to Jreamenr. On Friday night the; Daughter* of theConfederacy entire lower surface of the leave of the '
a whole.were, in no'w..y-e. State Fair hope ol the-most 'determining -phosphoriccid nitragin. This would go the '*. '
'Clare to points ani( yet everyone of material shall Bay.their annuat'mralentine plant ,
I sponsible, which brought' about unfavorable powerful instrumentalities."Present Can't loodne.1,' them stands for a srreal-deaL-Harpers, the rule i i. that the. of opinion "of- 'Matirolo' according' to ball. It Was well attended ajid The simplest way to use tobacco- for'
When ,wimmen for February.A. bo treated with mitral-citrate ammonia whom the root nodule par in thoroughly .' Cleganjt refresh fumigation of the Xi
comment a* to the attitude ofccai .condijons.cannojt{ but ..seriously Baa at 6$ (149 b.Yj melon louse' to
for thirty
] Clare thing upl! IAlways minute c supplying the protein ments were served at eleven burn half an inch of "mkotecn
: residents of the city which icri- detract from thecredit' Lake City treatment i* takeout 'o'clock punk. .
I') This formation'of the seed. In a non-ajeri-
puttm'.things in A WosnaW ... The grand march was led by under, tight bo* tub
: ously marred the general results of the achieved at the time of the 'fair. The Sets my blood a-bilin' order red . r. nysglMblo lolphoric acid in acid lized sandy soil, inoculation with nitra- :. Lieutenant D. Taylor, Jr., Unit- the young vines and or pressed plaoed injto over\the -\.

1 fair.. the"credit Jacksonville'might havesecured presjrigc and business advantages fol. 1 When thesewimmn-tarnal nation! 'Here }Is pluck and courage foV ou1! hosphate as the, acid already but been'the gin produced scarcely any -increase jn ed States amy, .nd Miss Pauline. Andrew soil. heruhis is done the box should '

r from it. pretence and the financial lowinl 'the fair may easily be wholly Here they(be, on top o' my head. Miss AnnlC'JIIalock, a young womanof digested with sulphuric and themitral the yield. Nitragin also gave no result *. be left over the..vines. long enough for '
f I'll be darned! I uh it! Boston" born with silver bone i is undecpmposed :"in marshy clay .and mud .soils, "'- the insects-to be"vkijled. In '
luccess of the enterprise,' ,. sacrificed. Her people cannot individually -. might knowed spoonin 1 of ammonia ha*'but hulei, effect treating a
The ,last fair was held in Lake City or ol1ectivclafftsrd. to jeopardize Sorry now I kicked,the pup. her mouth reared in luxury and for ctrto it Ivnce the low percentage re- The conclusion drawn from these .ex- The gymnasium is fast Hearing completion large field enough boxel may be used ''
Hain't it funny . peri menU was that the 'nutriion' the swimming .pool belnl already { so that by the time a man has put all
.. ?. and as- an exootitiooU_acknowledftpdas these interests. Where the wimmen eight years a teacher in the Emerson >orted. U'- IcRAiminose pJ nn' doe no in use as' as mot th, the boxes in! place it is timV-to change
a unqualified .u cei : ? .a.on. Georgia' went through a similar '- Put things, when they're ," School of Oratory Boston, has given' !Not withstanding the.h rist'a reprt solely on the presence of bacteria apparatus. The wi all b cleared the first box t
I. influence; on the future of the experience more.than a decade ago Cl'arin'-upl. X up her position end wil personally au- of low percentage. of available on tIme roots but that the relation "of away and thing be workinl remedy should- also be tested to-de
work farmn.r
pervise. the 750 acre laud that the phosphoric acid in bones the latter with host varies with in three termine
what i is
two or the
: the development and has not Philadelphia .mothl week. belt amount of
: etatf"articul.rl 11' yet recovered her place or The plantation all The 'length ol. time the chemical -and biological
Barne.yie. i mil 'physical, formally opened with a ball. punk and the
length of
'of( : a. avaiable. proper lime
a stock wi b
industry is already -
retrieved tier Good people her < her Jrom her avrfilabUdenend .
reputtion preltt toy that far-reaching .and of incalculablebenefit" I of f LakeCity You bad Thi Hoarth-olde, loto mother and ( are still living. comlitiou of soit and' weath- .
tke Wrning. ort .5 I S The Virginia Press Association, con Treating the melon louse with the!
Blalork in
i. the fair fashion There I Issrtever a question raised a* of about forty and their ..lines'of carbon bisulfide
at your own .invitation andtoi.n1 I has become the to revive attending to business connected -with er blood The Sam Jose Bostlo. ltinl editor (hokcy pokey)
"The.mal town which had thecour now. pay for ij. tpgethcr. (fashions, and none of the revival her new home in middle Ueorgia.- The to the availability of ammonia in insoluble The San JiUie Scale' is a small arid daughters, stopped over in is a comparatively simple operation but

ae 10' ake to. make the fair'poc forget the bickerings jet have already ire more -attractive than the' idea o Atlanta ail Florida railroad officials or blood ant bone phosphoric, yet it i il acid jusl .s the- insignificant i looking insect .er viewed Lake City Friday and were royally entertained hiss the-disadvantage that ''unless it is f
having, a motto over jUie but its capacity to multiply There were speeches at the done with care not to use too .large "a
have establish singly
aible nd which' cared (for the hoati attending frepface. promised to a station decomposition
cost dear. When dose
you motto is usually burnt in a three miles from the farm. aine.,m3teriall. i thejii makes it the most formidable foe the 1 and the whole party wen or expose the plants too long to
the -air. .receive a amount You -cannot\ afford to let the present fong[ panel, with sppropriate'decorationand Souther UeU telephone people will Te( 01 take place available in fruit growers have *c er come in con ; to the Blanche Hotel for dlnet. it, it may injure the vines. Two tajble- '

'of,-praise .which. wj redound to her condition continue another week. The built into the chimney, or fastenedover phone there and aso'. one njt \* .the plant food becomes (form with. The females in the larva stageare the afternoon they went l in a body to spoonfuls poured limtoi 'tauceT or'a '
'" a t.c
credit and profit years to come. It X-ople of Florida- are anxious'' that you the fireplace. There is something esidence of Miss Uliiock. Splendid and given to desirable the plants When.' the merely ,discernible' with the.naked the college and were shown around the'' pan land placed Ixrside the plant to
ii be'regretted in the motto business sagacity tb.s; Boston woolan. hat i ii most are an orange yellow, and entirely grounds.and through (buildings. evaporate, the whole to be covered immediately -
greatly to that this creditable
deserve the
all. the good that they have particularl)1uceul for ammonia ma- eyt.
anali/e viewed the Dress Prad.of'theCadet
chemist with tight box
a pressed into
,that in WilUara and all these thinKs were attend- dependent upon something, else to They
record should'be marred and thought of( you. Your present attitude Dean .Howels' freplace. ''Home Kcepng ed to belor she left the city" Monday terial is boiled' in sulphuric acid until tIle iransport them from tree to- tree The1inalrs Battalion and left on the 3:30: the Soil and ajlowed to-remain in that

/ jeopardised by -the' action of a. portion can bring you only discredit. The whole ae t the Happiest." In the i ah.rno. .- ," '--. it baa. lircome nmjr ly'digestedbY a are black have wings and can train (for Jacksonville. position for an hour and a half, has
pf .hetcitizens_ who either did nothing atate suffer front your failure to keep J 'I -room of Henry James, the Eng Miss ock was accompanied by Dr.and acid. The ojleratidn, hiay ) bal fy Thr female does not lay eggs Dialogue between distinguished been found M do the' work of killing
lish author. is carved the le Mrs.' of Boston with our may take. three Of member of Board of. Trustees and viaiting the insects. In making (the test of this
make the Japanese other insects do but forth
themselves to Faith and the benefU of future fair .Entaof .H the brings
.acc.oL."ir I hours, but it 'i, kept Up 'i organic Virginia Editor. Scene, College nethod before applying it to the field
gend. "Hear no evil. see no evil. speak She is full and while she her a living"moving creature-";
[ '
possible. or who..for selfish or are seriously threatened. materials have burned out younl D. T. "Last yearX went up Ut will be well to that the is
sec- test
no evil.Vliat could be more in pirnfe horn she has made her h )me for eight of which females. The Cmpu.
tional motives now seem anxious to . I than or into sulphate of .mmnia. ate and got one hundred made with the temperature as high ast
right to always have 'c11anlel insects crawl for a few
y.ars. young
notony_ sacrifice the benefits ?within Early Working .''.a.... >ef t re-one livinl helpful sentiment Miss Blalock is a most attractive is donehesWmoma\ is. dis- days and find ( place not occupied thousand dollars, now come out here is likely to be in practice. .
( reachbut even the good name ol! thatVIn another charming, house.whvre .'young woman, and cultured to a dearee tilled and Ilelured. How different when it makes incubi through the and I will show you what-1 built withit. The "Rose.Leaf". extract mentioned '
I there is any one thing on which the, has been adopted.Stev"ison'a fuani2e the possibility, of a failure, with Lime a idl' Just hal hark tit' tile 'trte and begins its de- The handsomest building in the state iljove can be purchased of the E. O.
those of. her citizen whose
un.elf.belo successful growers are more united molo happy optimism has Iteen jl; ic 'is not looking for such a thing .n hour amid no longer i. the mitral et- Ilru ion by extracting the sap, the and the only college gymnasium hestatel" }fainter Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville, in

brought te th'eftowh" of f credit' than others it is, that dormancy is burnt into (the ,nnd life- of tie:, family. and propose to show to tile word ;that ate of ammonia allowed mists to work that if i very life blood of the tree. Something V. E: "Ah.a. .indeed." 1 any .size Ed.packages from 'pinrto five galons. .-
advantage following1*k.-Uir. / Th. screoil, 'is hi little rhyme arming .can be engaged in profitably the hone. All clif agree like six weeks which, time the mother .-
cheery .
-at -
1 I
the ur *t- protectionagainst,. boncan 4cm4anmfllOfla_ wareleft Roamodloo the Molo S.
< ho
c .
There were definite poiitlv* "The, "worll is rven 1y a woman lias sadbrinw I '
business cerain'made by the local Methods for securing this condition things, "jTloTan"ibdO .' You see," the said, "some day it 'together long enough rlj e..ll..nt6-a"| young.,1 cer- The'melon growefs of aklahom, Draining Eaterprlien '
MH'U' be that I shall have to look to acid would h.eole tor" know wh.t. serious The state papers arc just now commenting
therefore are of vital importance.: 'I'm, mnr we *> be happy nnkings. "ho.h.iri.. l.-iin: lcv.Kint'iu' .i i the insert melm
association to the State Fair Association i holi a1 a i is for to stale | louse -has-been in the rather the
The ." tile farm for a livelihood, and' 1 might able It' necesary "I.mi"s tcrritory. freely on recent ac-
uan'ger period for the ncalv I tint f it
present a over
ft- ,. conditioned only o the holding yea Wouldn't n hard i to be a well begin: now as at any time to have rlll'l t. go ern thtir "ork sohint th.ri comp'ft.: ( tint it moot of them who do knowof ion, of the city ol jacksonville in securing
V of ,tbefair In LakeCity.. These were if> now well nigh partThat danger, the conception di.cnu'eltwith 011ik.ns learn the workings of it. 1'erhaps the aTlmr work .orvthc same hasi.and i. ". "I( the 'f.ct.wil, be triad, to l learn.that an injunction against parties

accepted and therefore 'constitute a- ,lowevjcr. has been done more than a .< lolnwinl one's, living- step 1 avis, taking is. tu my immediateikadvanUge reach concordant results, hut thisi'iil forty al rrote"'I'l below' :i.h'II'r"NI'. l the ye rprte of the successful use engaged in an effort to drain a large
I month later (than this all old residents eUlraved. but one can, t tell. 1'er- niakes l>onp to appear worth much. .to. this in'some tract 'of marsh land in Orange and
it pa
rom' farther south (* ific the
well defined agreement between tin will, temember. Reflect blessingsof Mpsr. tOO I might make a dismal, fail. leis than it really Is_ increase greater of( the .t.tea To such have. not 3sccoln counties, involving the headwaters

two ."oclaio.represented b)proper- Another fact which all which "Io'n has your many-not prcsenjt on yourpast ire, bitf'I I thall try, to keep my efforts Tlie, difference liefween the valiyt' of yearly'Thi* insert to have no natural found a ."of this problem we qf the St. Jphns river, Into the
\ accredited officers. concemal from amounting to such and I believe acid in ..rpc'htn. setm. make the recommendation that they Indian river. The legal action taken
'Jy of which 'all have unavailable iihosphoric
men but the lady bird
are agreed i, working of midorune. \ enemy (unless
of remedies
these based
u..w.r give
I shall succeed. one or more 9 on the claim that diverting
,' i that in the former
This agreement 'dated' June 28th, some.-'The Boston Brown Book. hid it would be ). The lady birds'
the grove influences dormancy. "11w f.ffmcps nowadays depend top acid becomes available 1903 and is "L F. Rogers ; ::0. nuch farm phosphoric .re so few and jlic scale insect sjVnuniorom To do this. for destroying aimed' the of
the butI in
thing depth the
alled. Other thinl. being equallate working upon one on .. slowly, if at alj}, unless.dis- preparation water St'obns
Chairman Committee and A'I.t-OI..ea I shall 1 raise if. nann don't come to 'their the be er.sde before the '
: in ond early in the not. -expect 10 fruit sol 11 with acid at Jacksonville, and was, therefore -
.states that th -signer was "instructed workinJ When we first came to Florida we ,,.stock. vetltalIel. and a lot ofother 1< all hrromci KulpJmric available whie'the rescue the Jcale will soon have the field melon seeds are fJanted. This is beCaUse a menace to navigation.- -
spring tend to shorten period of remarked the. great lack of chisels, not ![ things l.eOle in tieor- alter of soil moisture sOI and fruit growing will soon b a thingof the only successful destruction of That both the streams, involved were
I to' make the (following dormancy. Against the latter practie, only I in the old holmes bu also in the ala do not raise enough things.for the conditions decomposition the past in Tennessee.The the lice'must be'done very soon after United Slates waters, "'and that '' the

f I : ,. Firat.. will give you by July. isth" prote -- newly built ones and were told that herein their own consumption."Why "heat What renders has been grass, can rOlplrt.gra.again most discouraging-warfare I ever they make their,first appearance the drainage had been undertaken witKout
next< one thousand dollars." .Jq been.mild. serious the south. it wouldn't du to have ," she.Said, as the waiter placed ." le saw was I hall dozen or e of small vinca Therefore, to insure suc authority, though the entirelenglbof
no YQuOJ
"Second, b October tenth two.bun. them as they would furnish most con- a plate ol.08tmel ui,>on'tlie-table'andStt _- 0S_' _' beetles, not much larger than a pin if be p.ble, the method tlie contemplated canal was within the
$ ) damaJe occurred' anywhere in the ,. pnint hiding places for the cream by it, "see that cream? .4a.l. altrk- 25.0".0 of other insecs of killing-4he be chosen' ttoticrty' limits'of the'parties undertak-
I dred, and frt)dollar on rent of telt. Defoliated trees 'will inevitablystartearly. Coming Irom England! Joaeh. You would .no{ think ntliat came from. .A.....t. C.rrw.sadsuo.. estimate annual product now, and all neces."y m.terial L1,ng the work, were regarded a* sufficient -

""Third we shall have Fairgrounds Do nothing to increase this w ere accustomed to,I'rl' roomy closts Cenlucky, would you? Wel it does-- 'dlm',FertiI1tr Pepartment! an Jose Seal insect. Imagine twenlyfime and appliance b procured ground 'for interference by the the race track grandstand tendency. Nothing is' gained by often having! a in them, we and it is uo use for such to be Please inform me of( the composition odd million <>f vitality extractor the earliest possible Court.
stock. pelt all complete were not willing to give up such con- ecessary. The people in Georgia or high, grade meal ((8 to 10 I"Un".ill away on one tree. I doesn't No preventive measures which niiy There is a general fear moreover,
.bloom. risked
ItabO. of the State Fair growth or IMuch may be Vnience without a struggle We built should make ''enough of these things cent. cotns.o) much potash ,. al expert-accountant see the contribute to success should .' hat climatic conditions are involved inhe
jpr.the reception and I lost by unnecenari hurrying jbesame. osets all available spaces and b for their own use at the very least. per and phosphoric acid does it contain! tree would soon succumb I am no ed. The most important of( these is the ( completion of tIme'plan. This can

py the wilt day November,.1903. Let''the trees alone until after keeping some good roach poison ) that," said the Bostonian 'indiating a R.M.D. I alarmist, but I do conclude from seven clearing up and burning of rubbish .and at most be of the merest local significance. -
"We .hl give yoit every advantage growth has seriously begun and danger them have never been troubled in Jhe a bit Of poaihed elA. "is very years' experience and observation that weeds in and around 'fields which have There seems to be.'however.more ,

I possible water, lights and ,right ofway is *"." al 1.1t We find the.Veatest pfest in the probably come here from distant Vitoria. "t. :'. "' vigorous. stepS are not very soon resorted previously been infested with the melon good reason for a passing word
for' all show street carnival and . 'palt -,. . flosets i is fhe silver-moth but after tryng place and the butter on the toast i is no The average analysis-of bright-cotton: to our fruit interest will be great- louse. The best time to destroy infest on the general question of large drain-. .
S.C .
", various things to 'extermiiateihemdiscovered doubt from some place 500 or '.1.0 seed" meal is follows:' ,'. .. , Iy.. impaired 'Ind l eventualy deltroyed ed vines i il the- moment they ,are regarded age undertakings m Florida. ',,..,' -r-jjt' ,
'iio forth. k . ,v: I IIt Now", Yo.MB'MmmTWUI Y.* dome I that a generous iprink- mile distant. / -. ,' AmmoniR I .. 8. per' cent Individually I J,! 10metlnl a being of no further use Too I* good unoccupied land in Fiorida'

has, been > publicry asserted i tint ; ': : ,<-,..., v; ?, Somtht. \ ', _' hug of gasoline about once in a month I' -"I these things I expect" to'rail."on l'lioimphri ,;.Idd' ...1.1t,,1 .,p., tent, 1,000 fruit, flees from terible pest. much in the way of results should not today so scarce Jthat it can only--be secured
my 1 'shall make a study- of mv \ I In the nrhborhood! or( itlias be expected from he destruction of
neither of these propositions'has ever Come and or two keeps the rloset .of them. frl"I'; ( Potash "i4 per Hariman > by transforming natural exditions'
complied with. Officers of f the lo- : up with aouth'youll! ma.. grow The following recently I came wo.1 on the'plantation, just a I did . '. " 'f!' ,'" 1.7{ : "Per'ct. l spread, unfit it coyer* an area of( infested vine and weeds (for the melon of vast-.acres with the; dangers ,'
ben .. in Boston. I shall endeavorto from two' to destroying louse other for of serious interference with climate and
\ The formal-signing of the treaty with .cross-seems to me worth remembering Available phosphoric acid -, "S fOlr naitl. many plant ?
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and citizens
City Columbia, for the construction of the r' ascertain what is belt for this thing Ammonia . . . . . . ,2 everything in its I seems to b example, .the cotton, and are commerce T it '
I, 'jbf: that town have on the other hUd Panama canal by the United States has "Economy of closet space.-.If it is and what is best for thatj what fertilizer Potash..S' pretty well distributed throughou many sources from which 'the insect Who is lot e the direct beneficiary of

'while not directly. denying the no greater future domestic significance nyone's misfortune to live in an old- procures the best rrull from the Tennessee and I lupo.e thrujh middle may come to the melon vines these, schemes? The owners whose ,

.d; :to comply the agreement have endeavj than its certain to wonderfullyaccelerate fashioned house where the closets are each trees and what adapt- Btmpllotty ost the Bags. and west Tennessee. The young vine should be 'carefullyexamined title comes as a rule from state or nation
efc ark'and they know the crowd- ed for apples. from day jto day for the first with insignificant
narrow Two I inspected payjnent.
,j Drcd to' .shirk responsibility for the There will be a striking development new bal- cd condition hat these clos... .get in, "In time I shal try to get an intel'i- Manuf.iclurvrs, $ will do well to elimin- of years RIO thousand an trees or- appearance of the lice, and the work of Who defrays the expense of the great

i Broken promise and to convey the impression nces now in population 55 the clothes accumulate. The home- tent 'negro (ram [lookerVnfh! ate cveri'tliing on their .tags or brnd.of and hnfl found! sme only one .tree infested. Since destroying them should begin as soon undertakings The settler who pur- '

tba the real official oblJ."tion. .- trade and varied industry.cOlcentration.The long mak.r in t the days of those contracted n'l school at 1 uskeegee, one who thaI niny tend It"16 is confuse much easier the buyers to ex- that time tIme inject has increased > ertilizrn.
inderstands- methodand
south I is have her lies-spaces, managed very well for farmlnt I such that the that in some fields they make increased prices. >,->,,'-
have been ( verlooked to delsyegrand of the of ferjilizers an extent owners
\ ulfl.d. inning. She will be the "new they had a best lresi, and an everyday knows other Iuide. ant I place : &plain the advantane of their orchard Ipea their attack at first on only a few vines, We are not criticising conditions but
not a matter a single ; lim" in Fvrli&oi in language than to be ohandonili
\ : : i plain ,
\.Tl.' outh" indeed dress with one outside garment charle.I try all fruit and then spread from these over the simply stating axiomatic facts.
t or her people' and a mere cor- For almost a the south for the two seasons. But now with a my inspirer'othcr' to. ,Dt- compelled to refer 40 somethlJ that in this.secjt9n Nearly have quit plantingtrren'on whole field. In.such case.Jhe 'advantage As a general proposition cannot an

4 portion. The State Fair Assocati01 bravely delved in'generation the debris and ashes town for every occasion. i U is a prpnm. empt'*No similar 1' off ( lie adds nOlhinj to the valle the niacrials. jurit of the San Jose Scale. of early destruction is plain to alL abundance of good land, land in every

.is composed exclusively of a' small of the civil war to clear the right of The woman who sid that when world, Ihal The not railroad cut Ir..n ,I well satisfactory I his bred' compared with other in- Another reason for promptness lathe way as intrinsically valuable, be found
\ number of the best known. public- way for the golden car of progress she built S house she should first have at al. >Otae. more Ionv."ielt. a as .lemi.1 of the fruit grower is fact that the vines are more easily in Florida at prices only a fraction of
hitherto rolling undeviatingly west the closets made and then the rooms promise >"give"ti.1' fttoul (Inc ol the leadll concerns, at New s.C worse than, them all combined.The treated for the bugs when they are those charged where extensive and expensive *-
spirited.! and unselfishly "entepri ing mies 'from th* farm nM-- ( will that they find it mall, and till another Is,- tint
I ; ward. Had there been no war. in-all round them lived in thatsort of a Orleans state's effort to assist In combating reason drainage problems have been
citizens of the state. They have given irebability the center of population louse. As she has never been able to lave a telephone there tis at my to' the consumer/-to simply lat* the this terrible, foe is indeed tame. if the leave become curled it i is di/li- undertaken.
within six n of very
\ I 'Mtall-l
home s

.. ., their time and. efforts at personal ..jri. would now be within the southern have a new home, she has thought iarnesville] and t far from Macon roportiun\ of the three principal' plant (rn the first place it is unfairly discriminated cult. if not. impossible, to make a Should anyone interested in Florida
out That has nicely gotten very rOUdR. the, following being a sample of thorough application of a soray to the lands doubt this assertion to
fc fice. purely in the Interest of the people tales. The south had more than the : an arrangement and Atlanta." against one party in favor we agree
west genjal and seasonable climajte. undeveloped -! around the old inconvenience. Sheisd'a Miss Blalock slow Iv one of their brandS of the oilier We inspect the nursery- underside of the leaves, where most-of locate such lands in any quantity desired
The people of f the state As she
jpftFlorida. the lice located.- it is
thelosets Sre And be.
natural resources an abun- row of nickel rods put into caked. man's stock and allow list,fruit to free of charge.
arj; '.interested the .ucce. of their dance of cheap land susceptible of high running crossways that is from munched small. she appeared food to Though be in the rather Kstf Guaranteed& Arlalysis. ers to invnbnte them ,jfm 10w. remembered that the insect multiply That isolated ,locai exceptions with

V efo'a They have right to know roductivily, great markets at her door the dot/r-side to the opposite wall. They of f and good red blood tinged: In the above the consumer is Informed fence rind keep him continually stocked !I with very great rapidity. special crop adaptations exist we admit 7

an time will certainly b definitely and plenty of room for home- eeking were about three inches apart. Then liar le.ll that each. bag contains five per cent with the insect, besides the law The principle mean used for killing but the general proposition is On-
the entire business millions But the south was under atan. she bought a many clothes-hangers as cheek could have appeared more of f available phosphoric acid specifies that the work of inspectionmay plant lice on melon vine and other assailable. '
'iord."t the management of the The emigrant tide Swept by hero she had costumes. and hung them on Nothina than this refined, cultured equivalent I bone phoaphae." "in- begin I he first of( August, allowing plant are spraying with tobacco decoction Recall a few of.these great underftk-

' the west ignorant of the vastly better he rods. In this way the clothes were inconaruou woman and the management of.. soluble phosphoric acid, etc.. are omitted time for two brood to be. produced or kerosene emulsion, end fu- ings in the state within the past few
r .' : pportuhiiies to be found nearer home kept perfectly free from mussing and treat farm with no experience Bnd as they make -the-whole-formula before breeding- 'iaasunisover, mifratino-.withtobacco-or years.._For.-instance_we cite! TheJinnatus -

,>/jhe': delay' In-settling up the years 1 1 he west" filled up and the south lay yet one can easily see that in that way, fresh from a chool of oratory. Direct: unintelligible to some. thereby making it possible for the nur sulfide (hokey pokey). Whatever remedy Farms, The Meadows, and the -.

f' business, the payment of premiums and allow for the few who knew the there was a "rea.foy of space." from Boston, the reputed center 'of The word "ammonia is .used instead seryman to spread then broadcast over is chosen, it should first be tried on a Great Dinston enterprise. Did either

other obligations ha .not only been ground' floor"when they were on it. earning, the home of knowledge in of "nitol.n." not that such term is the country with State Entomolo few of the infested plants to test its of these undertakings ever result in
I ',S. of The opening of the Panama canal to Hi.t 'A1..' >.. thin excepting farming, and of "I I.cause the large raajority gist's certificate attached, them. efficiency. When 1 If is certain that it either local or general permanent advantage
t ) 'chiefly cu.ed by the. failure th the worlds traffic will more directly The instinct to wish to b well gownd >ossibly-almost 'ignorant.The- place of farmersnow, very little of nitrogen Our Needs.-A thoroughly kills most of the insect but does not to Florida or Floridi. *?-

:1 ; .Lake City organization to keep and largely benefit the cotton belt than isi or should be. planted l in rom which comic paper* would hot they have at least had some ex- entomologist with comp injure"the vines it is to be applied to We assert' 'confidently that tliRc instances

'_ prornisesy! but bal laced the State Ae- any other large section of the country. the heart of every reasonable rational lave'one thi tl come people.who.akin parlance with ammonia, in fact te him In the field all the time all of the affected vines. It is a good have been serious stumbling

'. in an extremety-oTieroujrpOs- JTJieyist cji"rent of overland traffic to woman and yet how to attain. hat wishiiTonSotthe1noetahstrus.problema all innocence, "which' is the butter prefer the use of the term ". ther with a sufficient force of experts on plan to make a second application' ol blocks its the path of those interested
..r'lolatiD the P.c be m l The actual .is given above. most remedies, and to do this soon so in securing agricultural and indu rial
t which certain citizens of Lake c''wi ara.el.e. !!!_ potas'h scale insects to inspect every tree in
:.tK>n for mow .
verted to that life can furnish. In the daily Blalock has Thr4.nuiun.hoiit .nuival.nt to > to prevent a large increase of bug advancement in the state, particularly
paters'are tbe.sta.te.jnidcoLyee{ r or as quicklyas
j.v"jr'City* are at (fault The public can make seaboard Btimulatingfuurhern railroad constantly appearing stirring of her own.. The rest she cn.ndri sulphate b'poi; ;hT'r-"m t of pot it can te. done. Delay in this-mutter from, such as hav* eh., first in the matter of enlisting outside capl-

-- K-<:?-' .''nor.fine, distinction It simply know I building proportionately and building articles about the increased cost of liv- actual experience. Though at present ash." as the not under will l I'e an expenliv' thing. The operation. Thfln1egitlmaredvvclopmtnt.- _

that the State Fair officers were induc- at southern babor cities that will rival ng. and Rivlnl tables of( The rise in .he5 poblyakuowsver.l4Ul..ot.he land technical terms, especially when I coki in 10. trees I am sat Spraying 'with a tobacco decoction i is Again we are not criticising but statng '

gdQJ10ld the fair in a 'certain town by the greatest north. The whole price of ordinary and sbsolbtelynecessary working of the farm it is safe to pre the sulphate i il expressed a* "potassium annul is greater than the sum requiredto recommended a* a remedy least likely (facts, and cannot go into details or

,. dele south will be transformed into a teeming commodities of life, but there dict .tht if phcioosein a year or .ulphate. He desire only the three inspect evrry fruit- tree in The state. to injure the vine. This to be' done explanations.
offer and. promise made by the > industrial l community, where the il little written or said about the greatly Iwo will be Riving-pointers to some ., caring nothing for the Such inspectors should be clothed-with with M spray pump and a nozzle which Can anyone doubt the fact that there

Itgated rpreenatvea of thajt cornmuniThese manufacturer has every advantage of increased cost of dress, which makes of>f the most experienced farmers.-Atanta 'chemistry" of the matter and the t>et- the authority to h.. destroyed all badly will throw the spray on Jthe underside* w'ould be more people in Florida today

tv.' convenient cheap 'raw and. the proble1 of being .el gowned harder Journal. te he comprehend what r* o the l infested trees and havethose treated of the leave of the infested plants The and more profitable enterprises
/ promises have not been kept coal, unequaled facilities to compete than V I-, I' M ag or bags the more fertilizer. will that .are -redeemable Also tobacco decoction used should be prepared and more cultivated farms, had the vast

of them been fully complied with hit rivals elsewhere at home or There is no limit to the cost of, a gown The farmers of Alachua county were he buy. \ should 'carry with them a> treatise the in such a way that it may always sums sunk in these treat drainage undertakings
'Not haul
_i- one abroad and a short to .hipbar in these, days, and many thousands a never better off than now, and they A. 'successful salesman once remarked scale insects educating the (farmer 01 on be duplicated by a decoction of about been devoted to breaking,

b1 ,' with! or the great continental cent" pop year are spent on dress by the fashion should feel thankful for" ,the conditions : "Iquit that foolishness long this subject. the 'farmers.knew the the same strength. One 'of the easiest stumping fencing introducing better

.401 the ) 25o dollar! cash contrlbutloq ul.tio.will- Such tremendous_. ..magnificerut home able women whose social life and position which surround them. The fertile ago," We know of his experience, and terriblen&s of I this insect theY'wouldrise way to secure this result is to make crops anil stock and. the natural and
\ 'w.a sot- create fields abundantly to' their of( the that he could adding commercial of corollaries of progressive
"definitely not one cent market and th., husbandman no' le.1than demand that they shall be dress n.ponde1 are aware fac up inj mass and demand extract indispensable
promhe. eDorts production of good when failed. He tat- proprleisla&ion. tobacco to water-in definite in sections ready and waiting '
a proportion. -
actually local association in its id according the latest dictates oashion. coton'whIch .el No. subject Jtbat
th tradesman and all
-t. pia .be thi labr willbecome.the [ It would be manifestly absurd fortunately has i that his success wa* based 'on the think of i is of such universal import cn The ."Rose Lear extract of tobacco for the plowman, instead of the
: Of branches will : south
tohe, State management. prosper for the woman who has a small good price) the harvest of corn and fact that he used no chemical I term that ance. Every, woman ''man and child sold by' dealer "in seeds has removal of water from the marshes,

.- '.mount only.the, inti.nifetfr.clon workshop and marketplace kllowance for to attempt to follow other grain has been -gratifying, and lie could'di.penle with, confining himself In the state ia interested in fruit. Give been steed as a spray for the melon lake and prairies? .
of the dre.
western hemisphere.
;: 'o(,.US dollar wi$ ever in an, -.)ac.vcfaimed This being the fact-and no speculative closely* of( their le..on .- the cattle hav een'bles.ed with ex I, solely ,to the three prime elementsof us legislation that Will-insure us plenty of louse by adding it to water at the rate Is it not logic and business to develop
''which them in three
put' in tablespoonfuls of "Rose Leaf"extract
If she should the attempt e.lent'paturale ( f.rlnr. having no difficulty fruit and will-be and utilize the areas requiring no great
paidoveorh1: ben could more old pf we a healthy and
,4tually ee probablit .el-evi of( the-planten of tobacco
) understand him and to one gallon of before
-- dent ( a ghastly failure as i i. always a noo condtion : happy pebple.-W.'W. The syMems for circumventii.rf nature
to have been-paid. 1VJ Wal.coln
have their'smoke-houses water.
{ that he succeeded in felling good to
t imitation, the great majority of enterpUp8n the latter era!_
t .L "POf1hia' iD payingvoIun-\; appropriateness Horace Greeley's 61 famous cue paraphrase advice ap of women whie, al is well know hv thousand Of pounds of fine pork, Jan hundred who had for year endeav6r Tenneae.. Farner.a . J.'wo. gallons of hot water poured on Were tSKankakee Mars iet in In-

& obligation thentire 'The young man I hi* no definite dress.allowance wlo tM. and IUlalt. while the' b.nka..r ed to unravel the mysterious. term*-employed Oeala $* Oaro* ..Meet..If .' one pound-of good tobacco items i ia in diartf druocd and offered for settlement

J I! 'community enjoying! the benefit of the pent to hew out whd. moment, Jeel completely .dilhearened man-wih'' sweet potatoei by other ( the citizens of Ocala and -of r I wooden pail and allowed to stand overnight till surrounding"corn* lands were

? .. lair must inevitably be held re.pnllble.Tla hand and plucky her can emigrate when they read of the fablon. o( Truly will fail, no to "living is willing in t work ,This matter- ,i i.. on, worthy of con- place*, want tcr lee what' Ocala i'oi or longer give a,tobacco decoction all under cuivstion high prices? '

-; i* a dilemma a* aaforulto to no' field of . possibilities winter. ._ t mke.. a sideration.' Intelligent buyer are desired ing in-the way'of curing meats, they that baa been, used withTgood.r.- Did Kanoaa or Nebraska- California
L' t tht into which, .thil. non-mplinc! to begin to compare.with the Drns and becoming dre.a' how the most fertile in productive out," and al obstacle to educating tbe.onsumer. areinvited to'insptctthe ham salts..but f this,, decoction ,varie,.. in begin to dig dies* and divert
the sample
_t witl the ailed agreement ..p.ced southern states of the union. Here he as important poor .in ,the best state. .nion' should. be. ,removed.. -The. and slice ;of breakfast bacon now.o strength with the' quality of the tobacco the courses ofstreaitM before the lands

.' State' !>!'A.* iatlen:\ will" find -hill i opportunity.' if-the- stuff woman as for' one,-much .A.laue" umbr'of'} Cermantarmer. American-Fertilizer.. :; -'. "hibitln".at the Post Office Drug Hems. ,Thcr* ar other, preparation requiring irrigation were 10 taken
claimed that th. is in him. and a cordial welcome. . more so,:in' fact-for the, hundred and will come sa . ., of nicotine on the market which may up., and the Influx of people and the
'. It hss been public, .The guide posts' "future materialsupremacy one accessories dress, which help the April. to ttuir'our( .1atlext "il.$KJtlyslo Hot ".UabIo."A'oii The card attached :to it reads a* be used jq making lie decoction for th consequent demand for lands put the

t1 fr-a /ai'resulted; le"lnr $so> In.Laic are -wom.n-to'b always becomingly; making :> tl\r fsnOrrths'i roujt may have,; an abundance ofpho.pborlc follows: _; spray. lit' whatever' way the spray be prices ol arable land out of reach and

,; :..City: Her'people oft Conltltutlon piutihlAhAtant. p. canot b indulged in. Yet the state to the Pacific hu&l,4nd mstigatfng acid, as Ihow. by analysis 'T'his U'th,-firsk sugar.'curedhamsold prepared Ita-effect'on the vine and made the cost of irrigation econornecsl -

,4' this amount because" 01 "f )" .s *oio o ";'"*'I' s> s: I.' **' nevertheless'the. pr woman must/ii; general' farming,tJiVerstpcising m laboratory; application by, .the. ,. florida Meat, Packin.1CO'paWJ insect should be tested before it i Ii ap ?
t" '
!, pi .nctto. )a 'a '. some' pr totmak of phosphates'in' available form will Florida"raised plied -to'any large .number of f pUnt There are millions of acre of srood
of the fair.Not; all resident :' s.- 1 ; way contrjve ra ., hciIetirseJIhg,'tobacco.*rai'*- ar and cai!
} \\' 'X reelp* for"making lemon pie without a good appearance. ,the first lnggar.eertulffi'f irtiprWwsf". grtally Incrrat.. .:crop.; Says PrLMeLn '. ." -' and Pefticlent'tjme'.bould eiaps'at'ter 'fertile lands in Florida still unbroken.We .
.,.: of UikQti made money< a btBAJabjl f ."'eggs U-given l by the'AmericanKitchen an WIal who cannot afford 'lce go .tokards. efPplment station tie, ,,"' Commissioner of Agriculture 'These ham'are told for 'fti.nat.1 the'test spraying for the plants to-bp urge that patriotism and busines

)? ; t M.D did, to the. aggregate ,.Magazinewhich ''may b. ,&to) ; best ,tailorsand''dressmaker of .tho -A laTg .nmouzit ol am- per. pound and ae.bin.placed In aliy.lnjisry which the spray may cam, sense demand the development of these
-"I of tsum The public ..axsbitbs ceptablc at this season, when should try to gain some piweticalknowledge : V.s DeparmCtof. ? ; irttni may" analysts the grocerf aore "al lad for the Mnsects'to'revive If they lands first When theselands are in

"l ... metione' scarce.' -U e" one'cupIulofrated rawpotatoon at dressmaking;,'should ..aull.wbc"wt] Wider tilauspicer and still b', .ol,b .There/wilt no occasion,, Ocala have bern $tupeaed instead O1,1CII'OJ) As ready" demand fct fair -prices, when it

.,, p. L4I; t'.le. V ,a. capful' .of boiling water, the leallow clothes should b made-even of'the "Grmait(MgTicnlruraSocittrJwhiefr This lr particularly iluatrt b-aerle peoyfto' lfo swig fro home to,buy loon ar it Is certain that the Spray killj i Is no>Jonier possible to' secure good
_ _ _4 ".. .''far. grated rind of( ha'and thejuice of{ one not capable, : j J.i yfc mpleted//: I.drained mack soils Mate, fre jiiyts.-rOcalaBanner._ the buff* without injuring th v plant* it lit Florida Ut prices *o low that

s--. t. ; ; QbrCrl; eitUeit* .toad* lemon,'and capful of.,sugar.,'. Mix henel should lar.of'mkiJtbn building at ;, which, be faa1 from.1 jo to' 2 per cerU> I" should tapplied thoroughly, to'th wear*' ashamed to quota them, then

., ;definite ) wlkh;.te have. .no welt -4,bJ'.in'aliajlow pan'-i t to her(style & } and, abe stalie4 b.r" m6del Wl*isttC\J .101. in their natural "VVer 1> .anV-erpected'-pIeMur vinesand thejeavet: ; Mpeciajly of to th* lower-tide and .ii* 'till then wilf excuse exist for
,all Ui affected plant
' all hi, learn how"torwear 1 sach great 4.ramnage'enterprisc as'ws
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f.IJ", '' 'i e ., ahfd WI II. Cditol (or partial.' draied,are", are hare to" put 04 ';.t we *? f /ecall with 50i'rowt"t L " '

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c; TePHON NO. It . root.In DenooiraUe JUadtri.Thing .-. $60,000 'Per'pay nrlcr'
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.rVSUSHBD'} IVKIT rMDaY at the White house .& -

In. Valley. ttsvsett allcu"... Looking mighty ourloui; This is the average sum paid StateoankoiKissirnmee' AermotorC .

:' IOCOt.ACOUNTy rLA. Niggers running everything, The LIVERY- SIIIE FanSTllBLE .

E. POUNT, 't) White people furious. daily to policy-holders by ,

., B. HARBIS, f PROPRIETORS.: Niggers on the front. porch Mutual Life l Insurance' Company -
N Ijrlfen on the gable flk .wI.iII"u

;J. L. POI/reo./ 'Eelltor. NiR,.... In the dining. room. of f New York. ?ultiply. Every Facility .
: Nfcgers. at the. table. - 'tNljfirers .. Offers to Customers ISTJlBlt. -
>at.>rad. at MM rwtoaoa la KUlmia... ria, .
; **ooajd-cUa.. mail. mauar. In the sluing. room that by a year and the wonder Consistent with Sound ana emcnt.{ .

Making all the talk ._ ,, +++++++++++++++ .
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< rl. will plane notify tb. omo lk Niggers In the of the amount disappears -- -
'':,ll fall. U>.paper rrularfv. Doing cake walk, Persons! Attention to AU*_ BusluesI' inti-uiited' to> Us. 1 ILSTANKS
: aoiniuateatlon* *xe M Irom nr P.utorIIP.G1FSSPUI14.P.I4 learn how and where the -' PJftiest Turnouts Iti/Fowh. -
nut ,> l .U. you -- -
.. nfd bf >* N"'I'er. In the east room -- -- -

not t nal_ Make a mighty throng accumulation of trust .
- >* retnrtiad I t largest' .N..B.. CARSON. CASM .... -- - --* -'ri --- -

T.....:%!'.*.ta.* iMpMitbl lot opln\oax-" \ NlKvers. In the music room the S'
rna bToorr .pondenu. Siogingia, coon song.. funds in. world is invested, P U IVl P -

Advertising. rota*a ay b*had. m application.CBKKIFTUMI Nlggsr* In the hallway shown in "A Banker's WIlL"This ..' :Agent For Standard Oil Company ,. ETC'ETC :
$ Taking off their wraps, .- ,. -------- y yj ; ft'I :
On*eopy.'oa*yea" ..............: . ,. ,.$1.00. Niggers In the billiard roomSnooting book is sent on request.: Alan Contranlor or' -
_"'. 'y. .I lX KOBlkl'Friday ... ...............?,... .NI game of' craps... i'1
Oai_,..tbr... .oolbi....... ... . Artesian"ANfi. 1 1M'1Ii'
Niggers In the store .. ab, -
room : .
.Tail Ca a r C .tnnT' ",n"nlmJ'n1ilt1"'ttmmmnl't''milJtnii"il' -" '
: facklng 'way their plunder, "-I. AesaPtri.k -
r :, March, A,' 1903. Niggers In the bed room .. . A-ouM.... >llli|.anllil*..' j LA

Snoring like thunder. u-l.A... 3 I '

r Not. a room In-White. house I UNDERTAKER 1 Yellow Label : Pump"Wel:. .,II

I THE, HICPOCHBB CANAL, ; DI8PUTS. Without niggers! many; THE MUTUAL Lire INSURANCE rEgALMER,- i : : .

/ Baby tn nursery, COMPANY OF Naw You LL . '.

'By recent decUlon of the Trustees. 'A Digger 'pickaninny. -. I' p-- A. 1iIcC4 aMr.-- E: O.ex' a : o a. : i -w-iiac-c I -..4.bouto1y ::eI. : KI .ja"uo.,>U, _

of lobe Internal. Improvement Fund'of' "Niggers on I .the stairway . ;! Robss. : ,.

Florid that Board has, after to long with very much satiety, Nassau, Cedar, William and Liberty __ 1d'llnl.ntV11ra ,

a UmV::asserted I... ownership of the Niggers Assembled In \the for blue room' bu.. New York N. Y. AND ; : Cuss. M.' Pfelf.0.' ., Dlatlllsra'. Cincinnati, 'blo.I' I
E "
canals cut by the-Dlsston Company In -THE
Niggers tn thefront. yards. ; JacksoDTllle Fla. oaDal BY MAIL OR k1ooaAPO' L
iu. drainage scheme, as appears' from Nigger.inthebsck: ; M. TILLEIl. Ai-ent.4 .Klsslmmes. Kla.A ;= paoln A.IT'O' -... Doss KPAIRIKO AND PACKWd ,3 ,' 'OBNUINB .OLD ONLY, n. RIBl'

the. following decision: Niggers come In omnibus ,E. "s.- IUMSITIRL .

"There Is no natural. navigable, i._. jAnd niggers come in hack. tragedy..: "s r*ad.i'Just E AOEHTrOa TptToEORaC W. CI.Aik-OR MONUMENTS HEADBTOK1B = Ev'BEARDEN *'8S {

terway. between Lak. Okeeohobee and -Cri they go to Washington :-- tn the nick of time our little p4-Iv' :

Lake Hlopoohee or between Lake ho19ch. With* mighty rush; boy w... ..."ed" write. Mrs.' Watkinsof liiuiuuiiiiuiuiuiuumiimiumuuiiuiuiuiuiiiuiiiuiJMAYNARD i il ; = -
.. and the Calooiahatchle. rlrer. Forty thousand niggers. Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia .. :
The"land. 'between theM lakes-and therlrer
Getting In the push. bad havoc with- him "
are a part. of \the. swamp and besides. .uviiip4suiio.; .
overflowedlands granted to the State" There .Is trouble in this White house and a terrible cough set but In hs ,' ; -w yv. _.- ko1IJ.; I IS
Doctors treated blm-
grew ,
of Florida for drainage and reclamation More than you can tell worse every day At. length we tried : . p N..D. SMITH. V, C. LKB. J, W. LKSTEB 8
like Ud
by 'act. of ...pproeeISeptember Yelling men. ,
Congress .. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption -- -
28, I860. The lands have vNiggers raising hell.'. = : .
sod our darling was saved. .Monumental Works
Tampa I111o
been selected and approved for patent Iteeswayto.etti.It. ., lie' now sound andwell.. Everybody : LUMBER CoT" J -Tle ,

to the State. but are uosurveyed Just ... clear as water-. ought to the only sure 9 : 4 .
and not vet patented.. The -title to Let. Mr. Booker Washington hire 'for coughs know\11.I\ r.nd".11" lungdiseases. . t MANU.A.OTU'.O. '

'of theee. Florida lands to was certain conveyed State by officers the State In Marry Teddy's daughter: . Pharmacy.: Guaranteed Price 6O -.nd,,, 'by fl,Osoeola. Trial : Mills Granite MO'UUt ltS, :}
Or If this does not overfloweddy' [ and
.by trust an for act drainage of the Florida and other Legislature purposes. '.!,' cup of )Joy, ' bottles free. ".. Saw Planing i' 'larbl -. (

Then let Miss Dinah Headstones and.Tablets.C05
.approved Jan. 6, 1855. The. officers Washington / .
1 are. designated by said act.Tru..- Marry Tedd,'. boy. Coasity) CossMlsaloasra.Klfwfmmee .- Now in operation. Complete House Bills Funilhe. ,

I tee. of the Internal Improvement But everything Is settled; Fla., March1903.. .. Yellow and.Pitch line Timber and Lmber.or .. Harrison! Street, -Tninpa} Florida. 1 POWDER }
; Fund of Florida. In the discharge of
Koosevelt I.,dead Tbe'jtoard of County Commissioners .
t. their trust the said trustees constructed. Nlirgers In the White*Housetjut oosvened at 10UO: .. m., there being o : p.T EJ p .. 4 "
for.drainage' purposes canalfrom. :: off Taddva. tiaad.. preseoL! Walter Has, Sr., C. U.Acree .a.I Cr d. tree ".*.!.. I.",. .J AsGute Pr '
--- -- ---- ---- _
Lake Okeecbobee Into Lake Hlcpochee :/ J. S. Stratton A. C. Bass MAYNARD LUMBER CO. : t Hstiast.sou Butidlug" ibis FarsI.hdan1 'THERE ',
and a canal from Lake Hlcpochee toot THE .PEAKER3HIP. and J. M. Walker, the Commission I N sl
the Caloosahatobla. river through the W. J. Attorneyami : . .
Judging from the tone of some of' ers. Se.r.COUOLJ a5c.iHadLiPa
. lands so held In trust by said trustee. W. !R. Johnston,. D. C.The _, I II Ic _ \ :
; The canals above mentioned have our-eKch..nee.1.he. race 'forthe Speakersblp minutes,, of the last meeting were = _. X.

; on various occasions been used by has practioally-'oarrowed down read and approved: : __ -- _-. oo-ooooooooocoooooooooo-ooooooooooooQo

t: small boats" carrying pleasure excursionist to Watson. and Gibbons, but from aconversation The report of the viewers on the '1'\\ .
.* from Klsstmmee " In the road In Section 14, T'p..2S a., R. 29 T A NNER' KIDNEY
Cards. CURE.
had few with Professional I
f Interior of' the State to Fort ?4er. on a days ago, K. wa Jeoelved examined and filed ; iR. T. BUTLER E -

the Caloosahatchle. river. The owner a gentleman who has recently traveled and on motion the swne was accepted .

ship of the l..nd..Dd the canals.thore- In nearly every county, and whoIs the road was declared! a public road ____ WOODY.AB There Is no disease so Insinuating p

on has never been surrendered,relin- ___ _._ ____ A A
probably as well posted on pollt.id1 anil the viewers chsrged. "w v." ,no slow but mire, as Ildne disease
":' - J- u&.bed. on oonveyod by -said-trustees The report otJ. A. AndersonACo., ALES WINES BRANDIES ,or
\ sym -
.or by the State of Florida. The canal Matters *rifiv inAirTir Uu''SLateiwe of work of county convict was .....m.InMi p A. VANS AGNEW G G toms I togenem.llyescape
between Lake Dtcpochee and the Caloosahatchle are of the opinion that our exchanges and D 1 aht
Ii' filed and accepted lobo amount .
f4. river ha now been might go a little further and re amounting to SUA.21 was ordered |I ATTOHHEV AT LAW..... 1 _, L WHISKIES I I :a-vs:=! .=" L 1,0tO.The appear In

t" cloeed the discharge ot thetrust admit tnat the race had narrowed .It turned over to the County Treasurer - I AND NOTARY Puitut, the urine, with varied efiecu. lb.qu&utityenuy .
connected with the lands upon which to be placed in the Fine and Forfeiture FLA be Increased or de-
self down Watson E E
to at rate
the canal .Is constructed. Fund. ._- --- -rci.aip>MONai Nc. ea. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS creased; Is likely to be highly I colored (
"The' United 1 States,, government has chances for re-election, and that on Mr. J.... T. Tlndall asked relief j. and I soaldlug It may be paleor J .

never bad any right, title or Interest' the first ballot, are as. good as his from tax sale certificates No. 1230 J-R.) W. SIMPSON thin, or thlpk and milky: with a

'\ In or supervision or control over said friend. could ask. -, sale of'huMS\ and //ilK. sale of 18U7!\ and 8lran mdltreaoo.l, drllven-J In any 'S S Later on JMl

'.. canals ... a' navigable) public waterway. At the last.. session Mr. Watson not on motion of J. S. Stratton. seconded DEN liST.. pert of town on akart. uoll.eGeorgia nounoed symptoms will more'J -
. ., by J. M. Walker: the same were re OflW over Cfec'ola I'hsrmsry. __ A Anheuser-Busch Beer A such A dlzoblolr. etc., -
'As the property of the Internal only made a record as a business commended the Comptroller to be J- : with
HOURS iiO0 12m. mked blader
1> .
: : a. HI. ;
Improvement Fund of the State of Speaker, but showed bib ability as a canceled. 'Q'ICI!. .L. ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED Url
: 6nj:
: : dlror
Florida-like air other lands of said parliamentarian from the fact. that Mr. I). Tindall appeared before the lft.o p..m. Sonttiprn L L, want matter I* eolleatoa , i
t.MI.-.he are utilized and. controlled Hoard In the interest. the road from SATI8FACI'ION O UA II A.JJ TK.KD, & Florida by the blood from all p of U..-

.; In the execution of the truit." not a slng'.e appeal was taken from Narcooiseo to Jug Creek and 'from Telephone"' Ni..7f*I Jun 1 6, ,lyr. O Can only'be' found in Kissimmee on.Broadway 0 Um It I*.and.pcrct.d carried and t th out throucb, 1

but his rulings.\ \ experience of Narcooiisee.. to the Orange road nrlna Tb with I tbablood
This decision may be correct, county at :
_ Street the BRICK BAR BUILDING. ..
M only dorlvlng % thrfrom. *-
\these three successive terms in the House and the Board after bearing his statement J. Mick V.: W. O ,
,when It U known \that same canals I. .eu. ".tlWANIK NIVKP) NOUTK.. Q u.o. If blood I bad tk*
.. agreed to have the road worked
with one term Speaker, no man kidney only overworked
__._ hare1 Jjeen! navigated for twentyyears better _ai soon< as the stage 01 water would HICKS a HOLLOWAY., HCUCOUUtM KrrKCT JANUARY c. 1W4.t nndarlad. How naoaaMry U It, ,:
by steamers licensed by Uncle seems suited for the responsibleposition I permit. and Surgeons, : N N fora that lb. parity vitality r ;
than. Ph3'slelsls R. ., T. BUTLERATLANTIC blood nialolal-Sd. 11 is
our popular Representatlve .
Sam,'and the further. fact !that the national The report of the various county over I& Itiarmsry. DIll" "r"r. Quirk wttr tb* treat blood pnriar and .
especially \the next session officers were examined and ordered. Ol1 I.I'ilstks------, Nepm 11. "p .tssnelheser-Dr. Barter.Iran Tonl*- .
made .
government has answered day Or nlgdt. -
c.u. baa baan auooMaf nlly used tn troatlnckldnaydlMaaM .
Bled and debited. .. :
Lisk.oovliie m in 1 (0cmArVeldoula.
which promises to be the most .Important p' .
., for connecting waters to the The Treasurer's.. showed the IIIKNCI HHONKS: . . l ltplu 1056amATIlu.n and In pravnUnama.In
foryears.; What the people wantin report Ulvks, 4. ", No- I Sis.. m 'I2iHimArCiwdrIS = = -,. pnrlfyltif the bo lbs kldnay -
north and south of that particular canal following amounts on hand tn the 1010w.. 1011am I 141pmAridsoon. I ; (raallyralKrwl, attb.ammsltes., .
their legislative councils Is morebusiness various funds to-wlt: Pon., .. nw strength and vitality an sty.atBOM
I 410p55C.
Is taken into consideration .
c lattar
and less politics, more practical ttevcnuelnud :. . .. AW ..\ .'0?.6.Ar.AtlsaIo. oo"dt "
looks much now a. If It were up to the H..d.. ... .. ftc.. It F. O. T.OI ... .. 7 1.m 7 4pmliC n very
toclear the muddled .common sense and less theoriiIng. County "School.! "' hi INpI"k".* ar ANT-I. Pins Kifor.Kr Jna te.
United States JANOAHV .
4..1WU.TH .
condition that Is made clearer by Mr, Watson has, .mad. such a Count ......Ial .. .... . MIA fill .c.c.u.AMawsnsn.enldence Art'hattauonqa'i.abvlIN.. .. Sttpui 100pm SI luosmAt . SCHEDULE |N'EFFKC __ n Dr.Hartrr JfadMM Oh, ,. -
no -
record and will be re-elected Speaker.Are Fine bound:: and Hnlwlui forfultur No. I'..: . .. .. t xi :: 'PI..* Office ''Pkan 41 ,.," "CNT. .. .. 4. :iaiu tt-u, 21. fttt' \! 21 23 1 1M "I; QBirrLEiiEMg | ..a savers ese '
33" .. .
.. 9 7 4H ei 7 M 1 IO tOO
above.In 4 J.
the decision ArWl..Li.lieS2sm" 721pmArCbk'am' p p Hotel Ar. Sip l i. a .
...... .. . layer sIX
"' ''11'''' No. 1 :.T." IV UO .T..n. & typhoid rear a(o.
; an editorial on the matter.. the Vox Restless at Nlgfct' .. .. 3.. .. ... .. 17' IIIUII& I .I EIi.LR.'.: ... 1120.55I. -, -- I 10* Ml 4111 a is II =p p 4 4 tl III:p f ... t:: :Plant City. ... .-Jtr.r. .. .ln: : S 1 <(lid 00:7 Ii o hOp;$p loiKip s'lIp xy kidneys la bad order.' I have triednnmbar .

Times-Union : .. .... ...........:.... : ...... II ArLoulivIli ' .12 lSpmAItIiwlai.aII. IW..Ipt. ...:. A. ,.".. l.akulaui,1 .-, ...I I''y ..... ). 6 40 4 45p stop a of and takes
says IJUS : ::: ... .. ... ... -
And harrassed bya bad cough UseMallard's A. B. STEVENS,, -- I::: : :: 4 66 I. mC. . Y (co.' Ar ..hla'.h.' .< 1. 5 (V.p li Ia. oust from Dr.Barter's
: 'An Important and far-reaching decision For which be filed certificate of deposit DR. S ..,. : ".' )' 7 a As..i., ' .. ..I N Iftp .. 0 '
'p. '
Horehound It will .
.2. ,
SyruT' ...,. .., .... . $L ( lb toe "' ., .ol V S . .. Tonic ..done n>* ood than
Is that arrived at by the Trustees from the State Bank of Klsslm-. Chi" .., 0 1f. .$- j. A..A" ( .17"O't ,
sound "
effect \
secure you sleep a '" ....D.JTI.T...; SIpIlINI, a u"I" I.' CU" eatbOI.I U C..L
of the Internal ImprovementFund mee. 4. | .
; S.HUI tnluf Jackaonvllle MaounTralD 't'
and radical 25o60o and "''- to- : .
cure. 1-2 15 ii I 1
prompt ; : p 1'1 plAr 1.'mme' lv N p it nt.d *
In Tallahassee The and tanoelled front Pa alka connect at Valdueta willtraliiigoln 6. I... 0

who sts.r.oetmeetlng paid warrantswere .
Osoeola I I 01. A. I I 1
*1 at Pharmacy..Crab ., P
.\ th.* debatable destroyed by fire In open Board; Gsi Admhil.tue. .* nortb from Ja -kMHivllleIxipal % : Q .': .fi n(" .J -j a 1 40 p 1 .... of Just such i"

), waterways between Lake Hlcpochee After which the Board took a recess OSc. Ho ru } ;|: A.% iadORLANDO. onn.remalnluv aliM-pvnort' .ilewt,Illxte-Klyer until 7.10: a.t.l.tinPullman for' M. : :: I : .:. Ar.: .:: Ormugs4. liy.;nI't: ;:: : : : :,'' 1 I 4ip <4 S3 17.r .Ter. thou are treatedwithoutresults
S A.
Okeechobee and the Caloosahatchle drees Locals. until 2 II. '0 t.s1mm , lOp .
and Lake p. m. J"I.In. 4 t., A.... J'.lol lv 10i: 0 It Maan 1 I' because they a -
rl"e..w in sense of the Board reconvened at 2 .n FLORIDA vllle to Ut. I 1.1. .1."" mule wllhimc.banev I /. y in.. .. : : Mr.'* .
no M
The Valley Gazette Klssimmee: m., of' 4-n DI..,. Flyer train. aliMi I'ul. : A. __ __ .nh..nvll. ..I.e N p t MOI 1 wrongly tr.L
word navigable; and that. the contiguous _I have occasionally had time to present except J. M, Walker, who was ma.'. Snvel'Ie4)peri on _... train t Clikegielibmil .I .gut 1v... hupa: .... .. : condition luit fmae.
., the. excused. c>ban. .o Ar .. : .
territory was a part overflowed few Items to valuable .t r. i lug fever; .
drop your pa- I J M. W.ILLfcON, JR., Par eehedjl44| eotllbbound and other Infof. __ ____ _..iicllLe.t: Rlflda.SlUp ). -
and swamp lands .granted. the before it changed hands, .and. will( The bids for fencing the turnpikeroad ). the rest of the .) beenwasted .
per 'lm.
m.I.D. fAt. I.e .. .. . .. 4$4.II II lIp
-. State. for drainage add reclamation. by i endeavor to still !give a few notes,, at the bead of Lake Tohopekallga .I NOTARY PUBLIC. )l t. ,. II. a..PU". Stop II".. Iv. .. , 'h.. ..1. NRt.I by disease. woadefD. ..
act. of Congress, approved September. when I have. Lime. were opened and the only: bidder __ PIMrlcl,$l*.nMDgr ".eu',". 1'. la. /40 P :a I.. .. .pu.nol. lv V,l lisa 8W. Harter'sIrouTonlo a'%
28, 1&60. The rainy season I. on us,'> and has being J. C. Harrell who bid 3fio per. : I STAT AT LAROB. ) O .C. B. bun ... ."t.Kle.& Elm .lIp 10 '. Iy. .- Si. Hi-Kirnbunr, U'liarl ... .'. Iv Nina' 4 "l because It purified and enriched the p
'The .at Issue In all this .is panel to build the same and furnishall Real Estate'Agent. hp :Ii: 21}: .1 I.e .1 vlwlloMlIACKHONVIIXK ------------j.y 7 OH a > Wpv blood and such blood carried new I'
point been for six days. We had on Friday U Octal ia..oyerAjeut, Maxon, Oi. 7 47p II I.e: 'ivarmt..r .:. a :,; a a i Ii p ,
: one of the first Importance, and Involves -. last an all day and all night until material., On motion of C. S. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. ii .. _! _?.! "._. ____,_ .rl... .'. l.v .am; .3 '' strength and vitality directly t Lbs --
4' ) the right of the general government next morning, lasting 36 hours, the Acres s"jx>nded by A. C. Bass, the -vi ol "! :tJ:- .I"L. lt, yjIJ 1 kidneys and t all the o.. -
-- to exercise sovereignty over water In creeks to same was accepted and the contract : tlSp I 44)): 5 lIt p I.e (JO 4ft p u 7.11- BfUIWBIU. -
rose swimming. : HARWELL t : :: FOB
these waters the plea that theyare awarded to J. C. Harrell for 35o J.W. I 45;p (NI r 3 I Il Si a A r WnprmvN : 40 : I I Ill a 11 101:
upon about 8 Inches per .
There rainfall
In .
was I 11" a .J I .ir .VUlltlHll 'L" M tin s- s a -
navigable streams, and, therefore panel complete.The Ilhp C'p. ., .. .. 7Ilr L ,
\the 34 hours. The cattle are doing JUSTICE OP PBACB MB BABY 01. : I A. .C..t. I m. I: -
L not to be obstructed. or in any way Interfered very bad from-the effect of this, some bonds of T. D. Hudson and C. TiE J. : -

I with\ by such settlers along calves are already found frozen and M. Taylor to carry fire arms were examined NOTARY PUBLIC STATE AT LAROBMARHIAOES _ A. WilinhI.igtu-. .- .I.W .. '

-ft' their bank. as may find 1.h. effects of' beat down from \the lasting' cold rain. and approved. A SPECIALTY. 7 Dip ; 41. A. .... RI'h.oI--------, IW : "11';'
.the drainage canals In question ob- All old poor cattle must succumb The following bills were examinedand I Office on Stewart Avenue, II 40 p 0 t. A'. ", ." a 4A a 1 sop,p --;
EASE ... ,, ., ,
t Ion able."The I rue ; U A. .. .I.y V X7 a |p fl
ieot Ih
t ... \this I. quite" a loss to stockmen. The ordered paid to wit: KISblMMEE FLA. 4 Oft a70Ka ; I, Ar. tlIia.Irl.hh.---- in a-II Mia c --
Trustees' of the Internal Improvemant rain today still.. holds on with \the thermometer W Baa Br Co.. Com.. and.. .11..... I J M - i : : Ar ..!?i E York tI: I' imp iiim: &
/'. Fund having decided that. 8 . ....
down 47 C Acre INc
to little
In the so % more I 8 "I""D" .. n .. . .. 6 00 YtsMc.tgsessry. mud L.N. .. H. VI. Albasy C. ef IL.N. C. 5 51. I. C I.. S .'.. A t
these streams are not navigable will be disastrous. to the cattle .. .. .. I
very ACH... 4i ...... tim - --- -- --r-
,'usual acceptation of the word, the ",- .' ". JM Walker .. .. .. .. R-I-P-A-N-S Tsbules s5 vs Patty ,H .21 7-2 73 sit
17 DOIno
K question arises-what. is necessary to The orange trees are la 'ull bloom.If M Lee Clerk. and Auditor ......- .. WOO Doctors find It the bat safest remedy _bal Suts StOp ljZ' :' I . 500a 'thOu ICIf', 501.. 5., Z":11:: 1.' ':..p 540.IV.p I [ ] .

'' constitute. a.\ within \they should carry one-third of \the w.'J:::"rucrlar.D": Attorney, .....:: ':::::::..:: H II Mr laR : A good prescription stomach .n sod bowel trouble of 4 dSp I II I 42.dsp 6 d ... t: :ft.*7: i 5PtI Sip 6I5.p 5 V.p::nf; Ar.Ar:". ;.(; Lv 4 lIMp ::: BUCK-DRAUGHT 1

.w, the meaning of) \the l..wP' It is a well )bloom to sAWr> :I3* iqCBrtbern mar.kets ?*of iiaupernod upt poor . silts ArtIus.gonryLv 745p Stile Ar. A ...:, "', ,
7 'known fact that m. In -question .- would be over run fromibieud. -lerOVr.,....-.---..... ..*.... ._,_"' -DO 00 - -For-mankind !babies! & u children._ -quickly_ '1'0 p lr 1Inl..on I." I 4 P 1611 6.p A.. Y..u . I&.18' FOR
"- have often' been used by small 1 N..oo". "?. .I'sllor------------------ at now W =a- : :
'- : :
the ; .
pf county dUirhora -
,&i. .._ steamers. plying occasionally, between < People are,getting? 'I(ready to plant Jeremlib R JobuftUm Walker drawing mod' WV jury..1 Self and. h'ndi; S* so UKim. : csIon.The 5-unl The pMkvl Uully.U boul ennuvh( for niu.1 a comtipation con- ..... cr.t I, .. ...t--.p ..... Illiq.4 ISle .A.Ch..t: +"

.. river points and Fort. My KL.P '''bUo. aJ11o Meb a .t) Vulakitu, worm, sour, ttomach and ..... 7Wo ...
: Klssimmee pordsM velvet beans \the two staple *oa ) I. II MEDUoxan a supply a rrar. All ab... A. s Lul. .L" a.. A..lvI.
.. ... 'o .61 ... ..... .
on the Caloosahatchle. river but this : eata tax collector ..... S7 .lJ . 0 .r 10"
ers, of U
props: part. R Gilbert I dr. oe.ialy. treuurer.. 17 M lou ofileep. perfectly Ksrmlew .I."ll 111. .. ......
I ...... A. I lOp
be whether not A'.Clnolnb.U.Iy .
remains to seen or : p 1/ .a.LII..I.
z .ho.> U U. M- LaDler the #ooommodaUng Valley., (Uaaett l I I prlnllnf ae per OM.I 10 40Jullua NOTICK ,
kk such semi-occasional. and Irregular postmaster at Lanier has gone to M yd*, palnllnfct. bouM 1 ..... !2400 but very elective. Children II its Lv.tIo.I.omyiWTTia. ---I- A. .I.mlil.: ,I soupTT..
P coroners' ..,. AIp A' )Iobllv ...1, I liSp 41p Ar. .L" tue f
w". navigation is sufficient to transfer Melbourne for supplies. He Is havinga J 0 W rravat Harwell less ooUa IV court inqueet criminal. 1 5 40 IA '18 1IIBKBY OtVBN Ih.l' on I Ik. 7b "a7.r lite t take I it. At all ... .. A. 1..0..... ., 790. U.SiSpYMMOUGH . f
these inland waters.. from \the control for the .... Mfeb.A. to the dnS .1\1
wet day crossing river. C r Prevatt wublnjl tall bedding' at* T5 D.I-Iwl.pplr. H-bl.
k' of \the State to that of the Federal au Mr. Hopkins is making good headWay 1 W Thonipeon. oonn and burying: paunr 5 8ft Mil W. a..t''n..a. , fur .. ,I a large bottle far t I CAURylC 1 ... ( l I II
W R Wheeler bal cout. rep. C. H. tower 71 now pn. U. lullowlBf ducrUxd tralnaHandHc.rry PftlImanPt.0p56. New York. ".... PoitTampa: tion1.nothi9niorethan
i ..thorltles.i . his road < ha..n .0..10..4
on turnpike \through .. . T j I t
R Jobnalon erlmlnal coal .. 1 4* .1. asivIre tlroiph Tamp. sod Jeraey ; .. ic-twice a
,': i"In the meantime, the Trustees ofi prairie to the crossing on St. Johns J W II. ,,",." " ..... ... 444 northen.t corns f.17./Tik 1 I Jsckaonvllis..01 W.II..OI bIW.I'ulm.n aloe J.r,..Hotl., 10 and It CI11 n Port.Tampa and Cl mid nothing l than vital ttoff-. -
the Internal Improvement" Fund still river thence to Melbourne. Mr. Hop- C r ...n"rrlm.noal Co Jade'. court SS Ui" .ul run Ml 8.440.., "WM, | 'icoI. (Ibis mar b.ndb..n"h .Cllo.o". 5to,4la Limlt,4.l -rrslum 7'and P1 calvy n '
jd .
ITTjydfc. 141
-- -r t.&llIcoDtrolof1aada..J.r..Y.r.e4.. kid is :: : f Poe.'I456 .., lo pl" of eoaurfnlnir yd .55pd. Pullman cars .._", P.r sod vIe Ja.-k.onyille _"h. Railway mcdQua. ItO o<"t 1 n .
ane--OfihoseenergetiomenL .. If milTcrrr
i I' these. disputed streams and water'ra7sI believes In road :L JL- Ieo&pbt.. ____ ao 40 em, more or IM.. .In In.I.I. Cminty, Mtiwof 25 CENTS .(.ra': '.In. 1" sod M between JacksonvIlle and Tampa lisp ey cOI.iJtl .
by Us good could
consequently hold .lctwrs I train.lit and Si between .Imoksanl Is and New York en.I Jacb.nylli.pnd allowing i
The warrants tiTn I ld _
nl I .1
and. have already, by virtue. of be Is taking means and work were signed :, rb.-r.s miner A.UtW hem lor its pnrpMcv/ie- chicsto I ,nrI chef?. New York sod rlorlla Special. so Id halo ?u.w York to$4. AuEu r.iil.lto) remain in his '. !
beard.The ,
2 vested In ,them, closed open : Aihosu druggitt afamt tkPRBB U.lVslrot PntImau-.tbcptny--ob.oy.t4ve---l4Neaya.44intng "
: the authority to accomplish this. He also'. : -frutamrJivwouIdsoQa.ffctnlivf.Cunirtitstion .
proposes .
: t hasted .te.n.-Sncsl till,"I in
Clerk instructed the Ill. .
was to Mouth-gnu.on "
1;' ,the Hlcpochee canal. to fence \the Ocean Prairie Into fourlljiIHa \ the road supervisor of the Atlantic notify day of ".bra.,.A. D. Ian GOLD RING offer :$; ..Icamora lose. Fort Myers awl lolurine4I.s tandloga ':' '-- invitp sll kind of r -r "
t, ;: : '
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with two. erofta fannAfl. nnh tninnlng Neural OvBrdUn BAaBKI CON 7 a. rettirolopi .U' a. rn. arg-ivI, Pilots(lana I p. rn cuntaffion. Ilrstlsches '
t.- .HEX is a chance for some good en- -north-and south\ : ',-the; -'other running CoastLine Railroad Co. to nut In repair o Wilwr) .. _.As.l4i.I 50?.ASiY. Key We.l' and ": : :Tsmpa $itnd.ys.t Tuemdaya bud ThUradap II p.m ,, colds and bio. I
nn many
\the road crossings at Merldla. TI.ouh P.llman sod Ns.York via both AtlantIc Lumat i.luesudlkuuuberu I
t, . ergetio Florida. boy. who want a oo.Jege \- east. and west, coming In contact. north of Klssimmee and the road, Mayor's Proclamation.r a',: : 'nIII. disappear when conntipated -. t -;
I .. education of'be first water. Asrecent lathe center of 38 Sec. of lend lying I ror plot*anu- --.",- .information. .rID.- ratoe, --.---..etc ,Call on Coot lx>wefi Tb d-
In nearly a\ make crossing on toe road leading to Camp the power TMUd In m. I. J. W.. Notice ol Application of Guardian .Lin ticket...ok.r I P. C'OLMIR: J K.. PaaMinaar Tnipa. fla. .rll .
or an -
a meeting of the presidents. ofI bell Station on the Point Road Sooth A rI o< IhLT.wn at KUuUm I / I W. J.CBA1O. Uenvial Paueocer A..a lord's' | | ,. \
', artesian well in the center so as to of Klssimmee at. the city, r k.rb> anomatw and deolu to Sel Land.. 'J if. M, KMkK,UN, Tranio Mauacur, C. clcani out the b.lln a.
as "'mID.ID.
Universities and other once same J.
\ prom" that
Southern, water. his cattle in all four pastures an at"1 will be held In nald I.*asS Notlo* hereby that and
to bad on Patnrday n.haa
'. 'mont educators'held: In Atlanta.. toconsider fromone welL Mr. Hopkins Is mak. are repair.There t..7.tke asm aay.f 1..I.S.D. 19 Maroh 1, ItMH 1 will apply In th. County lurg\ cnlamol O other Tio- .
'further business
: the matter of the Cecil Rhodes leg a .good many Improvements ontola being no , rep th pnrpoM of elMtlns-I a followlac JndtsolO.e.olccouoy*: 'ol ., at Ib*Court CathitrttCLlsesurethstyonjvttliecrlgt. ,
I;: ,,1/ late. acquired the board adjourned. eer*. 10 SStV ',",<5:55 ol on. jraar, Tl .io"1 Hou.e Sc Kt..lmmc.City. order ii, mcliCl .
scholarships, etc.. President, A. property.He proposes Attest: On. 5..yor. prIvet.pal. the fo1loweg laud slinalad isS ROUTF"Steamer
.'fund to put la some of the finest shorthorn W. BASS SB. Ou* Clark, O.eeolsdsiinly, BuM.01 rlurida. d.ecrlbed ma "KISSIMMEE RIM sal Thedford's Black-l>raugbt. j
'A., Mnrphree ofthe.Florida. State and other\ Improved breed. of Chairman. flu. Ur* II' Tax Collector one I follow.ta wit: The south half of HoulhwolKiarter made b,11e Chattanooga: Jdedi- I .
JNO. M. LEEV:. Clerk. Ac !
i College was made ex-ofnclo chairman cattle. He already. has quite. a. large By .W. It. JOHNSTON.; D. c. lreacurrr *>m for I lbs Btlall ronrfyfth S Tawnihlp*minor'U 'h. 01 Ranys WU- ) eneC. Bold by all drugfgiats ia .. '1
herd of Florid.. cattle his AI'I, Ald.e..1 .Ut..n 1.1. and $1.00 .
V. committee which Is empowered to on range.Mr. of i las AlilarmMI, rtaoeaied. 2 ct packages.roan. '
.of a Hopkins believes In having everything Notice for I hereby appoint '. W. Haf nonr. H.nry A. HIRAM ALDKRMAK Lillie Steamer . a. tk ISSi: 1
appoint,whoseduty will be toohoose.In of \the best. He is spending' lots Bids. Math.w. nod B. 1. 0-Oulnn.I In.pwtora, awl Unardlan 4M-minor heir of \Wl'llam' \ Roseada I eanMl_..VaWfarJ-a Slat*> -
-i henry Bara*.Clark. of sold ._1_. Aklermaa .. '
it. The County Commlulonera will receive eal- .- ,boaa '
as may appear proper In his r..DCibM..Deb .a.I"I.I"I.
.1ICbT of making
means up d bld I I S'lu> has k rmto Mi lart
"" at their reniar laratlng Is April lor ..1.-11 ml -.pteau-Ciay Johsaon. Sr. Captain Clar, Jokasoa, Jr. !* .U* 1'
: two Bhodes scholars from Florida; as clearing planting etc. Beans In*follaejin; marhlnerv. ate.i I band la. .C" town and reused.Ik.. a .... I .. sav* ]
bit Ideal boiler.flane Ml Of aaM ja-b* kwrwnMaSllcd. Notice to Debtors and CreditorsParUealadabtadloaaJd siber laialln. I .tal.K.. -
and cassava are main. crops Onabp. *steel n,00t traall say
() ford.JD..I..DCl. -
at ][ i
attend college
shall . _.. j
who D. lie
inckpe: IMS. wart .IC
tnnitb 0liae o for three r receivingthe for fatting beans are all all-T n. 4 In.;"I...oC or. box ZM4: Til 1.h."bl. ,, t r. StJ) i. w. aOKBHOUt.< All perU.. btipg elsims .s.y eaters Regular.weekly.trips to and return. Rosesda leaves es_..t baler troakUd wU I
years .
lb. B..tnger.
; right for this as we have'-tried them. !to I*.; moan Ihlekaeaa ol ..hlirI" Ssyo' o. 'U*. **w* talsMses = o( Nary 5. deeee.ed. edtst.
from the Fls .o O.oeola deeply, CIa..-mcqoee.4 to KluIminecTuasdayptornIng; KUiimmee Friday .'eniu .
sum of (1,600 annually D. J. Sumner bas fattened his meat bead K la-t MOM oatlet.IM l4) W tabaa, City >. : icicS 1. lb. ; .rin. a-I_
Rhode fond.-East Coast.. Advocate. hogs on velvet beans this >winter and 4ft,1.In. diameter, Wo. 'ib.Vl: : I"'ra.; .rnok*: i AUsst i...:eiLBiar,. u...&. wilbi. 5be.t..a1r.. Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeectiobee and Fort Myers on the ..AI- 2-

,. they are. fine. Mr. Hopkins saw them. baM lack..111.-pl..., ...... ban, w,,IU oafety lose;cue valv cast". ateaniSuan Iron, ... .1.prder I / I.. .'.. .-l will .plead LUh icu'' Comfortable occommodatiton for passengers... Rates reasonable.Tb : personal acquaintance ofseveral and Is enthusiastic. over growing velvet and ilphom. |.laa> water(vac awl su f* .'most ,
After a
Picturesque Florida.
requested .
..., Waterway _.n
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eacka :beck volv*. blow I .
stock the Mop
for In ecu
beans future. Be for to nuk
,. '. with Dr. Bynum the editor Is large farmer. in Miohlganr-earry Ij hood,,pd..nd-r.n.... I._..... W_" Hassock.aiM Ineplrator, I , . ., mistEd....e'b'M.Intmedlaialy.A *. for For P..eDgr and Freight Rates apply to b'Notice

e'' of the Valley.GaseUe can conslst'ently" lag a farm of eleven hundred acres.Mr .bull.::pe.p and 5 II le. l4> In*nip"pa frontf'"k '"*i Ik*CircuIt: cnuticfl'ite TU Jo4MUl Clreolt,0 - B. BRARDEff 4. CLAY 'JOHNSON; ., Prprietor. For'Tax -
"conscientiously'eodor e the I PuP .0k.sicek.'.. I is. ilobs : c" .. Application <
Editor will drop a few (
end more 17. _a"r Off } Fla.
bow. IPPJ_ s.d ....... Sc .a" =.. ."o. 1. ,.' bad.uLIUie. Deed Under Section 8 of '
.following fjom: the Citrus I County lines soon ae it qulte..IDlag.J 0.. *_101"- 04s Music psp, .1.. .1 I 1 _
"Dr. .Wm. Forsythe Bynum. .uctlou 5 I.. dtpobsigs 11665. sodPIlas.5s.tdpUplo ..... lB. Wlu.I" ,_ _ - : ._. -. - .Chapt r 4888,'Laws
: .
Chronicle Of Uve Oak, who .has been Chief .Weak ... Lew Splrl 4. f these. .p.CISceltens, be ..t up NO 4 seecrdie Ia. :: slid Is the tb '.d. .appeeded.IbM.. J...blt of. -- t.

1. f;1 A correspondent. \thus describes his JJ Os.....s 4 Is. 5. 1. pi... 4 iiaiv.,tkw...<*odaM tlwrots ss.4 a % Formula tells the
House of BepresentaUAes loTIlblw'aa roald mt of lbS Stale el '
Florida asS
clerk of the "1 *cue 4 1..1."I. puap Is tkat= story.: KOTICK, IB ulaluiy"cnvEI TH AT 'OanarRan. -
experience: can strongly recommend "brink : done of taesafandanl .. .
will be candi: cc loundatiss. +jmm pwwp bce.e vrar dated
for over thirty years; a Heroine aa a medicine of remarkable I real "". II feet long end IS feet...... M be am of twmilrvn***art I* p... .April, A. D. INM,"10. MM -

date again,' and should receive unani-' efficacy for Indigestion loss ot l lvsIsrIorfrelpUs5oeee.eorranud talvnnlaed Ire*., end. .r.r::: = tkat korby MM required oaHMldonl, to appear to .Ik.. r-l :GrOves'Chr6flicChill "* Deed atr lo : mad aitpllnolIon with1law. *, .

L .. support.,. Belax thoroughly fa.'Sllar .. of appetite' sour taste in the mouth, = Ose beryel Icc ..pp1il." :wUs Ne riaJnt. .!.,In saId eano on or :1" _:..ta". the' .. -
palpltatioe headache drowsiness Alt .lbs SE A.rilT A. D. IMS, atkarwla
all of the duties of the ofJnee. ,attsrtneals peebea. icUsi be sew. Alt sos. lbs l Ceajnty,
.:, with. '. with distressing nmtal depressions acNe. be I. by Ie.eieck- April 7th. lIO M d bi..W..1. M***!. / ** r of. bhw s Florida. to-oil: j 0 -
J 'Wlt.boD', doubt, the beet rNck-K1sel,diy, silo Mvlaq beec .u- .. MK 'of SwU of Section . 26
be Ii, and lowsplrlu.. fcterbtne and .... .._... ( V.5* lbS. era M ..
***eptad. br *. ** PZWVIAN POPLAR IIAPJC South Of SO Raal eontalnlns 40 Icr. 1 .
\ In'U- State foe Jhe po-<<: most be a unique preparation for tfueh .SeeM. isnoryse the lrtt to..|..aU btda, llakcd 06S a fear aoMaeMiv ...b ;.L'a B 'lu. E' Th aael b.lag *n ), qU 1I4e4l1,11t eases .. mine, for a few doses entirely j'-WACTaJt A!!sa, h.lbS K Blaalnun &Uantli a nawnanet BLACK PRICKLY ASH BARK th* a aeb,canlllcal In tb* "at
Is saId c.T !
published sad .
Cnalrman: Bosjrd :
;' Cennjtf oartlBaala
__.____ ? 1 removed complaint. .1..
= = i------ my I wonder FvbtclItbiste. PId; Extract.DOC WOOD BARK Fluid V.-nlad.... tag deed lies.thres.u ,
salul 'Sulpbal" babesniound a* people going on suffering or "* V&LWe cIeeft I A ,nl day 01 SaleS. DISIS.. .'

,: JI'scb&IIP'ta' "" '" who. spending theb'money -on J wortll.a I._ aa 4ci ee 5>l aAlsfao BS yo ur loa.Job/' **.,?.I'll.. by.We.lJ. SZA a W. a Joihl'TI.Depst ct CI.' :k Cures the 'Chflls.tM; other Don't WITII" .r..1. .1,A.. .asS. ."
M Sam ;jones tar ... .W! *- awKAwa .7 1lerblnci. I-. > Proenrable. ; \ Chili, Tanks .)1E-.( ='rotseteouItceeit I. . ... :
1'' ,.. ..wer..poirl..1nD es.WtUJV. and so eheap. <<)ics botUe : := ; ; .: . ." .
a The -4 IICO. "
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; : bell ns.. Sees 0.1..acl" unist ought to b..rJ ear Old pjter l 'the 5' Btwt Can,. No Pav. Price 5Oc. .
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'" . "C. f THIS. IS THfe" -TIME, \ I1 :

CALL 41". w PA.'NN
ofyear for people. to'ue dl. By, doing so
PO" -4It fiWfiW< '' _L __.OR : (SUCCESSOR TO J. N, CALHOUN) you wi prevent .great deal! tM summer.we .,

\ } ahlo .Naphtoleum. the greatest disinfectant.

.... ( I : r SHOES CLOTHING and :NOTIONS In Lavenders the world.Insect Allo Powder:BaLI- -Camphor;Chloride.Vowder of Limo>.WIth:

F Iii1zI K'AT' qjLJ Paris) Orson; Creoleum and Insect Powder Guns. 'A' .

q' -- Remember, we sail everything in the DN line and
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'.. : <(U, LACHES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS., '! THE. YOu.,.'OSCEOLA a square deal for a round 'dollar- C

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\ .i'>>iV NNw. lock. Every thing freih. Price right; TMB LBADINO DRUG PHARIACY'
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The Kls&immc6 ,-
Valleu Gazette Send. your Job work.: Mm. A. K. Doarden made a trip to -- --- :. LMRS.J. O

and from Orlando", yesterday. .' "" i
:i: T-"HON. Garden are loolrlng.fluely.Spore ., A Delightful" U.III. - llegulnr meeting.! Orange Blossoms. LaIlL"ue.dayIth IneUi Capt. B LocalsFor .
fhe Business ;
njt >alnt brush.
t : I'UBLltUlED .! Lodge, No. 80, F. & A..,M., next Monday f F, Hull, with his steamer. NaoinaJII, ;
il \. EVEay 1"l1IDAY." "Listen to. the Mocking b rd." night.! I and crew, left the pier la Klsslmmee.

'. J IT. The John Robinson. was knighted by towing the house-boat for a cruise'.ID ,
,,:.. "0 UN 0 .. HAIs.ONUOHDIIut.oIoiqy.. orange treesare putting on 'a ( southward. far a* Okee. .
heavy bloom. Friendship Ludge, No. 10, K. P.. Wednesday the lake. a ; NOW IS T3HE L
r "',.. I'flrker flight. M chouev, but owing to the unfavorable reoT"bargalni go to. Stanford'... TIME ',;:"
Concert Co.Auditorium- the homeward -
weather prevailing voyage -- -
; -Dlft .!,!! Tuesday March. 17. W. W. Belli'a; 'former resident of wa begun Friday at AlligatorBluffs Go to Waring'-* for Fertiliser. A ", --- "-- -_L_ ",

bsIh.1\\ .... .ClIVcIl.PT.cht.... y ..eI."" .k. ..........,.....11...",..'". Fishing I I. the sport now and Isb'me. this a day place or two but this now, week.,of OVledo was hero In the Kisiiimmee-.river and complete line In took. : -
:VSr7 1'brdy fr. 7 ..b .OC good string. noted. the party arrived here laUj. Sundayevening Z !$
p. are ; .
Uo.I t4; $ u4y Moru1n. : !Don. J. W. Watson and J. M. Card- simply. wild with exclamation Stanford has Jusl received' -- .
&p,1n o.v.-o.. :p. ftti.. ,The real i estate market" appears to betaking tier will\ represent the local I lodge K. of the grandest and most enjoyublo Tot of Spring Ores Good Call and '

_"In...." 1I..d..II'.J.: "_'Iv.. .0''"1'.10'7 p. ... oar more life.than formerly ; '< t,*-?.. which convenes In. Jacksonvillenext trip that any of them had ever ..them , PRICeS' 'WILt U RBOUOBD' ON" OUR :.NTI.'UN.' "' '

&Tosl.bflol LM PsotI.S. '::. Pr..eUu;.l':'.tlai p. .:e"'T-: If you want to buy on sell anything week. experienced tenderfeet and bufiuany Indeed the of people them '*) yds. 4-4.Sheeting': tl, Stanford.: 1 ' '- - ';. ; : -a
.. not
.,..7 JouN'a p. ; II=siway. w..eo.. try our '.'business. local" column. Mr. and Mr. Gould and Mlus old are traveller In part of the : : .
0........ ___...... urVIS CuOicuArch4..tiou...... ....D".7 Time Bass made., business trip to. Mitchell of Boston Mas.., are recent world. One of the gentlemen. remarked: com What from and KalolaV what Were. ?did' Is 1 1afakeV 1 I .. thAll person indebted to .*ine will pleaso cal and pay. "

.....DI..II...... Ru14). )' "'boutIIop.m.! : Fun Orlando Tuesday and another ., arrival at Hotel Klsslmmoe. They "1 used to live on \the Itobt. K.: Lee Ask Dr. Hunter, S '[m Jthc'fr account. ,, his came mutt be 'up
I.rvtoe b 'hfl MiNor man.llOrOI.Ph.rmoHI ,SOClftJ.Sttioe7of '
&hlrd In afternoon
.."" .,.ef susk _D . and I.'LI! came yesterday : and other famous steamboat of her f.-'f: ,'
......n..I.. CNva..DIyIn. wor.bp on 'Capt. Mating had the pleasure of Mr. C. L, Alvc.Vj who Is In the employ day on western rivers, 'but I never ( 1$i the right style and quality.I* =

mouth.V.ry Lr.McrIug$.nd.p.s.rvfr..ud,IbIM'aI ii$uuday'::. 'a.In. It ''i. pulling an eight ,pound rout out-of of the A= C. L.. |las bl'ldptcodor saw such cuisine ''as we had aboard Trjr. pair of QeD' Quality Shoes ;S, 'always found here. I'J. !! :
mw .- .. U 7 .. near Jacksonville, spent a portion.of that house-boat. It was a continual Sold only by & ; ; :
:4a. ::. : p. Suuda7 ':'bnoI U Jtho lake Tuesday.: $ A* Cue ,Is known by the company : w. WATSON ; .t
0. L.srvoi .4 :I& the-week: with bis family hero., leant. .
... .. Pruter Nice line ,fresh Craekers.isL..received .
.Thur.4...T.uI.i ut ,:&i rn v. Ocala had a treat last night lit 'the The lust stop returning wa at Tiger they keep so can thelTtastebe .
:tyO.u&y.Ie --0.11.I.ItM. I t.1)1 IbI.4 splendid concert by the Parker. C 'II-., Capt. H. P. }'hr. wife and daughter, Creek where-the bunting--proved at._Waring' by the stationery theyuse.
0. kts..y VuUOI. ' Mrs. JJutton; of Tremble Ky., Judl '
t cert Co.-Ocala Star. ; county excellent and the fishing altogether a
4uI UATDSu1l.Bupt.of .. .. best i I. so cheap 'o
1', are guests. of the family of his son-in- surfeit-one of the ladles not accounted Seed Corn for Bale-Georgia Red her oo
'r La.t IFrlday lion. J. F. O'Derry. law.-Mr. U...C. Stanford. a fisher having alone caught J4. Cob. G. K fAnKE. that no one oM.. poor stuff- -- .

Official We....... li.por-t?: I purchased From the United 3.UOO acres Land on Company Rough Island which, Mr, and Mrs. N. A.'ROHS! childrenand splendid. bus in a short time. There will be service-In on the score economy.The . A _A __ .n.

....AS TnraBATnaa-rWssc >ni>... ho will fence and .. a governessof. Barbervllle, Ky., On returning to. Klsslmmee the ladles church next \V .. Le.vla.p.1 following Item A. "
use. pasture.
Tu..v ....1.... Fb. 3s, iso*. : are expected soon to visit the familyof of the party. presented Mr. Thomas u a tale of wonderful celI.1: 'l H. c.. STA'NFORD.
.. Kverj member of the Parker Concert< Mr., S. H. Aultman, sister of Mrs.. with a fine hunting knife and a letter at .3. I I u. A SHOES. rllniOor or U>w J'rll 4 SHOES .
-.,. MI.. &aU,. Company -I. a fa artist, and every num- n.ft.. of thanks, recognition of his Stanford has iUst what you want In 1 quire good, writing, J ID IClMlinmoe Ha J
'all. bar t was greeted wljh an encore and It untiring efforts to make the .trip one' new style Oxford's.An . 2 envelopes-. 60 .,w.y-, -'U' .._ g

P.{ ...,..;......... -, ,'4 -,s4 -. was. deserved. and, rtohly.\, DePunlakUreece. pleasant After face week's of !stay>f.r. G.In Lakeland If. Holuomb the, never. forgotten Mr.. Thomas. by any as participant. "chief-I' line of Men's Straw good tablet . ,?. lo ..... ... ;

( .'Mu .......... ... eo.i. of New York, Is sewi on our streots. steward""" It i I. quite to under.stand I Hats upIod.t '... '. S Lea bert Memo. Book 60 ) .: -
$ easy
.15 Mr.W.
Mosd.y .::::-:: :: .fl :: : O B. Johnston and childreneft'for He seems to be enjojjng his stay here that the cream of the land was S Ivory S.p. fie '

;-.i.: ,:::::::. ":: : .... I much: to Tampa the regret on. Tuesday of afternoon and to very;not much\*. ,, which fact-" wearepleased" i always before them. 1 I Shoes B\ eiD lI'l... :' Talcum fwd '. 10 S i

"TOuru4v......'_. 'J SI . 'rlends' here whom they have been The party consisted of ten persons, Welch's /., JPt. 80o i r .
visiting. Messrs. Snider, Opton Clark and exclusive of the erewof ft.eJ via: GrourftT-lionVand :t.jmplct : Shaving T
t 1. A. IIIIIPIIOK. P. N. Killings, a quartette* of tourists 'from Mr. and Mrs. Holly, of Lexington, poultry food--try -It.- :I. Bo\ 5 I
..... Capt. George H. Frost, of Boston, Boston who have been staying at I--Mr.! and Mrs. I.kemanI. of -- ------ L.H'j
; tf......, arrived here on his{ annul vi. Hotel Kisslinineo, tookpaHgaKV! with Bridgeport- Conn.; Mr and Mrs. Just ; barrels of Old : :
-ii' Friday. March 6. 1903.. It last Friday. The Captain lias many Capt. Halt on the -downward trip of Uarlman, of PiUsbura... ; Mr. and Mrs. rVed.FI (Guckenhelmer), : Kissimmce -

.- friends among our people who are the.Naoma 111 Wednesday. Uanlcln, of Philadelphia, arid Messrs. 25 C.I' Rye. Plo Drug Co. ; 4I 4I= i SHOES: j
always to him. Thomas of and McOaw of L..I. r'c
pleased see Among th* prominent vl..ltol'i.0. \ Pituburg.Such Tampa, rllb ___ A.. E. 1Ez. :1 ; r rs

The Lee Parsons Cattle. Company Klssimmee for tho.past. week.: Is Mr. exoursftms spread- the famd of All winter( goods at cost and below. .. .
Local News. has purchased the stock and beef cat/ liuldekoper, of Washington, 1 D. C.-. our lakes. place of sport. and recreation Onfae & BraWon. < E ,
f tie of W. U. Maktnson, estimated at f Mr.' Iluldokoper is Treasurer. for the .. other r S. d Potato**. 4 t
no means can. -
1400 bead. In the negotl&tIons the United Land Company and I. ere attending . New spring. goods just arrived at .' : .
Company was represented by Jna.. M. to business of the Company.? . Kpworth ft League- - -Entertained.Tlio ----- Gutoo &'.. We hve j..tJe a solid c.;. 1 -y = .
Lee, Vice Pre.ldenTtleParker ,. --'- I cad vet Irish Pu. .-
Mrs. Clay Johnson and little son Kpworth League lI'ave. Washington !Have you seen the Bargain Counter t ore HoultonMaine, direct ; .
Concert lrm fl
\ Company was arrived Sunday night from Kisstmmce at'Dann' .
Speckled biting. *
: perch birthday party at the pretty 5tcjob Hoes Bits Trl- '
the last Early) ,
attraction the
night at Opera and and W. '
are vluitingMr. Mrs.
,. :Whooping cough aba. loll'. House and one of the best houses of, 8.: Graham. Mm.. Johnson Is the wife residence If Friday of Mr.evening and last Mrs.which H. wa.largehy M.. Printing don in city style mph and and Pride of,the 80uLb. Varl- t..A A..A.A -

Spring has-opcned In _.roe. the fine season to the Capitol city. Their of Capt. Clay Johnson, one of Klsslmmee's . aim attended by the young people '.this !nl ii. Reaaonabje price*.. ty WATEIIS quality* lfu.r.ot. coStove ; c-a.i.a..m. *
program wa thoroughly enjoyed. most prominent citizens.-West rY ttkj'Ajl J '
I of the town, The parlors were decorated H O STANFORD "
"Watch our "Uuslness. Locals." Tallahassee Dally Capitol. See Gules & Bratton's new line of
aliqBeach S'tn.
with Hags and flowers while pic' Goodsand Shoes. wood. L p Orlslualorot 'A. ITIvea.tJ FFiripfF
The weather is ".Impl, splendid." X Fourth of July celebration here of the .several Presidents adorned Spring .
; I tures jlanrnrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmTnnifnmmmmirai ,
-- --- ---- ifr'vp'rww" wrifvm> ** % '
Sheriff Prevail, of Klssliuiueo, according r
l&.orlum"li. ha,* "been mentioned. Kalher early, the .Ihl. As the guests* arrived New New !! Watch- We will furnish Stove Wo dclivred - --- - '
ud God. '-
Co. God. ,
Parker Concert all Is smooth .
; .. to accounts, a to part. of town -
but no harm will result If the townspeople they were presented with miniature the show .. ow. Uann's. any per
See change In adv. of the IClislm- bold and make a success article In the ced detective number line.of He has, shields 1 bearing the likeness of George . lu-and. MAYNAKII LUMHKR. '' ' ''' T !
recently pl a
& Idipor A line of Shoes arrived
mea Drug Co. of It, and to do so every man woman Washington, a a souvlnlr of the' occasion. nic Just atGuic. .
his credit. and the work "
arrests '
tant to ,
Klsslmmee visitor are all 1 charmed and child will have a' part. was done In such a way as to- entitle The, Klatlmmee String 8.D4 -Bratton's.Our -- --. --- healthy Kldneva Moans Ixmir Life.If : NORTH CISSIMUU. PHONB N. BC.'W.GRIFFIN 3

"...:with the place. The editor and family are under obligations him to a herOBhip In an "OM fl.IIbr.ry.orlaod composed Inl Ic, of Lewl.Merlweer.George goods ar Io goods; and you want to re.tor your kidney 1 -
Dr. Perdew ha been on the sick* list to neighbor It. P. Urabamfor () l Senlinel-Iteporter.: Gardner, Over.L'some excellent inusle -. price low as with a Free i t.a their former healthy state '.k'
of the week. a 10-lb trout which he presented which reDder Prize with each .purchase. Cotne-.and I t inilth Sure Kidney -V 'xnts at
\ .a part Mr. and 1 Mrs J. U. Shannon Homewooi1. ) .pprl..l. Cur ,
us Saturday. We assure him it and see how I It Is dona-at Oanu's (>sceolsi'hrinacy. ; 1 =
Misses dough
Hen. C. A. Carson wnt to Qrjandoon was greatly enjoyed and that his generosity Pa., who have bran spendingthe Ivey _

.. business Tuesday. shall not be forgotten. Bunda winter,. here Mr., loft and for Mr.their Shannonwere home on Gardner of OI'r.but.ed by much their to renditionof the pleasurci ANNOiJISCEMEMTLvon I f Vou Naffer from Kidney Trouble i I Groceries I "

: Attention 1 I. called to the change of Capt. Roebuck went up to Sanford highly pleased with Khisliumee several piano selections. The remainder lee J ) Smith's. Sure Kidney Cure. Nothug fancy family

adv. of the Oneeola) Pharmacy.'Cattle Monday lo consult with the railroad and its climate and wo" can safely lookforward ot the eugnlng was spent In MARBIIAL AID TAX (JOLECTI,. I like I It for diseased kidney 6 ,

the reporting a. authorities as'to the location of. thewaNhlu.e to future visits from. them. the Interesting games of croklnole I hereby: nonminr mjnelf r r.j.a o r. qj slits at.Osceola Pharmacv. 1 :
on range are
he to erect the phalma and ', af ItKHbin& lotbgomrcof M.r.ri Col- -
propose on carom ) .
well. since the rains began.Messrs. The V (J.will be a weekly rcminder-of lagomachy
.L not doing lot he recently purchasecl. From there their pleasant. stayhere. ter-which 'dainty refreshments were Seater IUahDm.CI7.I.. Kt-IMIATTER.' Old paper 3 o,hundred at this ofllee. FES EA TS.ilU
3. N. Taylor and S. 8. Orlf- lie continued his journey to. the East ..rved. Misses Edna and Marietta : .

fin went up to Orlande on business Uoast. -- -4 Mr. and !: rs. II.V.: Scrlbner, .' n. Flora Parnesworth and Alma FOR CITY CLKRK.W Sound Kidney*-rprteet 1f.Ib.The .

last Tuesday.Wn . A magnificent audience greeted the quests. of ,Hotel Klssiiuuiee left for Hans weN commltt appointed to ir. requntal annoaDM the of J. use. of Smith's Sur Kidney Delivery everyday, at ny hour patronage t solicited rj
the ,
; Hall of Orlando and a nephew I C. M. Parker Concert. .Co. last evenjg. their home at Bridgeport, Conn., tbeD Lacer R..UllWrt.: Jr\ a emdldiU* fur r.-h.ell.e-lo :Jure will produce boLb. Try a..-botle -
their friends lli offlo at Clerk M the ;
have been her *
of J. L. Hanooclr, was In town a ihortP They are all the fortunate. possessors Thursday.awhile and have They become acquaintedand quite and most pleasant ate 10deb .&. : sppruuklo clip and be cl.loo. Your druggist& 1 111W 1ULULUULLULULULULLLLU1UUUULU 1 1 1
last Monday. : of voice ef great sweetnessand Le.ce _ -. 1Millisery elIcIt at 1
lime --- --
- --------- -
: with lifts month' (
line cultivation. The entire formed warm friendships -a ..ol.1 once a baa1. .. .
: 8. Aulunan and Sheriff "Prevail!' program number of our people, who, regrettedo alwiy("looked forward towith, pleas Opesilsia. -
with sw444Wt
was greatestfa -- ---%
are improving/ their residence by b.v'I' vor.-Tampa Tribune. see them leave and who- hope| for' ure. Mrs. R. G. Dick'.Millinery ( Laxative Chocolates. cua tfbrocloConstipation 1

I -- :. lug them repainted* their early rsturn next season. .W-, -C.-T" "..- --... will be held at her store In OpnlDI I and l'uble. SMinWkolcaaU
If our people properly appreciated .0. Orl.lo pleasant t take. Puny 0 CAStaON, N. C. UBYAN ,
Lincoln O. Slarbuck a prominentattorney i location Arch Williams, colored, I Is one M.rb llth and 2h. The ladt. : of (] by Osoeola 1 -
the of
. of Orlando was attending tobusiness the town and would person A special ca'lod' meeting I 1 of the V?. to ... u.rnL Pharmacy. '
I pull[ together. to an effort to developits who does not like Osceola county C. T.-U. met-at the home of Mrs. D. .n lo.IL ,t : .
) her TuesdaytMrs. resources. but a short time would and from Indication ha bid goodbye C. Lee for the purpose of formally Inviting ' Hood Advice, '
Zlpperer of Fort Gardner cam lapse. before Klsslmmee would be the for 'ood to those. .who furnishedhim the State Woman's. Christian 'BIB catti. 0..t.On

i i on tbe Lllll* Sunday-afternoon to leading town not only of South Florida a comfortable. boarding place for Temperance Union to convent in Klsslmtuoe . hundred and ten boulnd dollars The most mber.ble111\ In the Waters &Ca'rson;; Grocery Co.C. : '
I v(kit friend and relative '', II but ol the entire stale i -. .. six months and ha ere this found new In April. -worth of beef catt.le 'rorld are Dyapla -' ; ..
I I Sh'-rirr lelds In which to pan-handle a living. There are thirty. local Unions' In'.hStaL \ ha at Punta Gorda .' I and Liver Complaint.. Mora .
J-D. Let son.of Sanford has moved Prevsit arrested two whitetramps Last Saturday was. convicted ofvagrancy and wo hope each one will send probably., the largest stogie I.han Hnnty.l.e per cent of the peole __- -_. _- a.4 Retail.DfaUn. !I.-. .
of beatIng
Island wherebe Saturday on charge
Paradise a -
'bis family to ,
sentenced to six inont.h'sservitude In
ever recorded in the IState. > State are
a I(" one delegate and many UalLOI alie
.will engage in trucking. I their passage on a railroad train. and was agreeable to the several sent. All will A conta& of sale for eight V rlth these disease &d GROCI _
may I'E.S
One of them released to his I
was owing b
c. .Charle:, Barnes returned to hi.home but the other order of the court sent out to Ander. be royally We formuch thousand was signed therebetween ffects; such as Hour H&.omah. Sick _
infirmity, upontrial, enLOrt.aIDe.
:' in Orlando last Saturday owing hi. son's camp. On Sunday he made his hop I. found sentenced
being unwell. We hope be has cov.p wa guilty arvl to scape, leaving nothing by which his the den.T. King and J. O. King, on of the Hea. HearDUr />
: four month's service In'the convention.We o.
ered 'e... bl.. county future' addres' might be known. have had the presence of the the one p.r and W. H. Towhee and .at.bra.b. GD.wIQ. Burning k

W' nail gang., Lewis and State 1..ldent.. Mrs. AJIoeC. Brown, T..M. Lybasson the \ All the Iparties !Stomach, Ye .:__, ; i OI'NTY AOENT8-OI ___ _
wire The 1-ilghtsey Carruthersbattle '
Isaac Frame tapped on a More tourist have visited Klssiin- once during the past year; to the big catI I ow Skin, Coated Tone and Dlsgreeabla .
Wednesday morning which penetrate mea this season than for several years Company which was recentlyincorporated. One of the attractions of this pres.- the dealers. (110-, Taste In ; Coming HAY CRATES
te.*.. foot sufficiently I deep to produce >ast.. A good Indication which with Continues lo buy land. entconventlon will be the presence of (000, I., I It. I Is. understood in cash. i'IP of }'o after Eating, Low Spirit, Celebrated Fertilizers(
Osceola. Late
painful wound. that 111 this county and poechases - ------------ ------- ,
. ., ,a,very the fact they have been well treated a Dr. Taylor of Boston. who is a to. your Druggist and a ETC.
) from the -
by the hotels and made to feel at (pfiO acres specialist In the of Scientific Hearty Forfeit His Life. I,uttle of August Flower for 25. GRAIN I
The Parker Concert Company met LJjilUxl Land Company, HO acres from or"I Girceisre atid .
... Prlcon ____
I borne by the citizen means that tbelr and will A ant. Two dose will relieve
of the Temperance runaway almost ending fatallystarted you. -
here. The best 40 J. U.barter. ,
>with great favor Dr. Herron, and acreS from Fsabk.d Application. '
season wa the general verdict.-St.. number will be greatly increased the The company has also give an address on this. very Important a horrible ulcer on the leg of 'I rn It _ _ _ _ r 7j T
L % Petersburg (Flai; ) Times. next season. f bought the entire stock of cattle belonging subject during the oov.Dloo.- J. B. Orner, Franklln.Grove, 111. For Mytrioua /"
t After very pleasant stay of sever to Nathan Norton. Thin We who stand. second to non. in four year It defied all doct. and Clr..ta.c.

Mrs., R. O. )Kennard.and St..wilt Louis spend, al day. at Hotel Klsslmmee Mr. and lock consists.. of about 300( head be- State In educational m..urafb all remedies. But .. One was pale and sallow and the HIP ESS FURS WOOL

arrived on. Wednesday the families of U. N. Mrs. M..A. Ulakeman of Bridgeport, big; pretty well mixed with the Devon) able to .prl.t.e "D S.I.had no trouble to cure him.Equally )>ther fresh and rosy. Whence tbeIIDoel ,
r month visiting Conn., and Misses M. K. Stevens ofSpringheld.Mass. weed. They... negotiating for 10 or good for burns, bruises, skin She who I I. blushing with" .
I ,Bratton andlU D. Ouioe.Rev. and M. O. Devon Other good and .In..ucln. thing eruption and piles. 25c at OsceolaPharmacy
I Parley 12 line thorougbored Hereford, Dr. King's New Life Pills Produce _
.:. B. H. Damon a traveling evan- of Andover, Mass.,left for their homeson and Short: Horn bulls, with a view of will be prepared us, . oon tIi.ftertsut o maintain It. By gently, arouclng .O .u' r a speolal1'

I , ..U.' of .the Baptist. church from Water Monday last much to the regret of improving their stock. They will -ise. caution can be.truly a feast of good ----- - he lazy organ they compel good direstlon '. .
spent poelion tbelr friends here. Island for breeding thing If we wish It to bo, and I now and
Oak, Bradford county Drainer purposes. to Tosiakera. head off constipation. ,
the week in Kl..lmmee. Bartow Cor. Tampa Tribune. we wi. Sole9us I jfe're.dr.or it. >y them. Only S5c at Osceola .
? 01 Dr. W.. B. Summerall who has served The following ar the text book '
I A.- : Rev. 'J. T. Hllburn ot Ocala, will Uncle Sam a. surgeon for four Last. Wednesday a jolly party com- PEsS HIPRT. which will be the basis of theregular r n8l .

Vpreach-e the eU> l-chnrch-M: t.Sunday years.or more,..arrived here!! on Batur M.dMC.Tr1lt1l. Of Interest to Every Teocfcer."TheTJpecl uol'on examination, begin . .
.. -morning ao4".enIDC." All day-last. on a visit to bli-f.mi11 and posed-1 niB 31, 1803: . .. ,'
, cordially invited to attend., friend wbo hope that he will decide of Kentucky, Judge J. II. Tlson and at Normal Term for Teach- .. otot=HNi1OO01B31:==:.
4 ,4are to. locate here again. He spent the family, of Alabama Miss Naomi Jordan ers at Stton University-begins Mcb.2th. ... .rpC.o X rade '
K,. Mclaughlin.. a-, former resident Is nine week in length } Whiskey
t11., greater part of his tune in the service Heading-Any Standard Bender.CompositionSwinton's : '
Mrs. Of f
Bre"rard of York Sherman
nowof W.L.VanDuzor&Co.
Of this county but the and-the) cost of board room, heat,
in Philippines and while returning .nd New High
'C \. was in.IOwn last .Mondj! and home visited. China and Japan. Illinois.Mr.Maine, Messrs Morgan Mr*.and Adams Hlcoock, of light., lundry and' tuition for the entire 5 ... Shool.ArltmLoMIDe' : I
nade a pleasant call &o nine weeks Is only thirty-five dollars -Metcalfs.
: 'The Floyds. magician, appeared in of Kentucky, Mr. Lewis, of Georgia, (Ktt.00)). olrlab '
U. .
History- Grammar
folklways andMr. Fold's
t. number of the country Mr. Augustus BROKERSREAL
Quite a the Auditorium on Tuesday evening C.rother.1 Some of the offered area School. Kentucky Exchange
Dumber 01"wbom Ie Klsslm ad..nLa.
jtwidsy., a and Mr ), ,
la town
wre and played to one of the largest audience Great Llbrr Florida
.1.lte .uip History-Green's or Fair-
Their chartered the fora
la to ass u. mee, Polly
came ment and
that ha yet greeted a Lyceum 'an
to &bla .hop.. appreciated.4If entertainment. Mr. Floyd l"a magi fishing ideal trip on the -lake. The day faculty)' Pa lc Cmpnt Geography-Red way''* Natural Ad- ESTATE .
for the the
was an one sport ANI I
County Comml..loner J. M. Wal'ker clan of a high order, a* well a* a enthusiastic and be- .operation.The vanoed. 1
buelneal trip smooth talker and kept hi. audience party congenial University-mlao offers a Special -
1010nd. for a 1'by.iology-Steele'. AND
Hygienic.Civil INSURANCE
: 4 to the left E.a'OD Co..t.. While away be Illle..IDdurinII'!\ hi* entire performance. ing was under thoroughly the guidance acquainted of one with who the Course In Manual Training torTeach- GoveromeotT O w n a e ad''s : C :IE: E. R. LI13BYIVIANA.GEK
vittitURil. .. Miami, !and" .Fon 'Mohalaw the mind reader, ers or a Course In Domestic, Sien.wlLou' Shorter \
.m lake and the best fishing grounds they additional Cou. ooOo0oOOOoc==:t.0OGO* :I A
r- her hearer charge. ,
completely mystified any ..
: School.
.Pierce-' had a mod pleasant and successfultime 1 tho surest place to- for "A1nbWblte' '' : : -
mottO of ..erl citizen 01 this The pony which" wa a\\. Ten from the of it.At. noon a landing 11''.' Examinations.prepare For P".i.1 Geography-Ho. .u s to n s .
',!\! The.bou'd'' be: Do KI.llmmee.U lot of Mr. J. W. Miller some time ago made and.a fish fr1'enjoyed.. Mr. your further certificate Information.-address the Pres Ne. I now have the largest stock of Wines, Whiskiesand
town aU the. timeS IOU can. was returned to. him last Saturday by Tlnon has \the credit of catching the ident. 'J. F. Ph. D. -Thex>ry ndPxaotlce' -White'* The ; Beers ever handled in Kissimmee. AU
J f. can. taken up in the :wood* near hi. captured the ltt-lb trout.The I. that Dr. A.
manner you Charles. .
ver Sweat ..4 Teate.MeL .
hue home. He afterward saw-one of the ep . author and S PI..I.I. '
aDd 10.Ie. DOI best to build town. Is
j floboe5.trP' hand bill describing the and way up
boo' pony lecturer on Pedagogy will be with us C.'PeLertnl B25, Lake St.. Topeka -
but every stand each, and In the
I place In Kt..1JDIIM. brought It down to Mr. Miller, who to by every man . SP
lecturesto of .
lIvlolr.aocordlol' For one week and give dally G
41e'LVIU&' W mare a him the reward offered $10. Iti town who does right whenever aman lal.rd :: OJ.r
.' aaan, scriPtUr1 injunot.jOO will paid Is doing well do not tear. him the teachers. _. HorbouDd Syrup says: It : .
t to the .i now believedthe pony wa" ridden to give entire and
.,,. 'alway be warmly,welcomed. off by some tramp who took that down. All residents. of the town. oughtto A Moat ratal Gift f.lle cough .aL'aloo1 I
W.D1.D.: .. face see seen on our mean a* a substitute for walking be partners, not opponents. In all .1 I ri..1'1. ) 1..0. A. K. BEARDffN Prapriotor.'IorrBAKERY.
;;. numbered lifehood the more business. your rival Would be the power of foreseeing 11 cDfe. for many ,

1Ir\\4i .streets. new ..1Iltori Among being\the gratIfyin.. The KUslnunee Land Company, doe. the more you will do. Every business events. This would destroy hope. A what I I.that. 1 wi for do. and, has done,
almesi daily. v"I' 1" that through the real estate agency of W. man who treat his Customer.honestly knowledge of the II"ur would unmakehsppins.s. -speedily
.' lacte OODDec wtt.b.t.belr and will 'of curs cough or cold; and ''It .is ..0.we
L. ,Van Dusor baa sold to Capt. Roebuck courteous fairly .r. course,
wlre" and ...
.. :. leaving they do *o block 22, south of the railroad get his share, and the more business some thing about & we do a pleasing In .t.e.. 25c,

...'. V;.' WT B.'Hlnton left on the noon opposite the warehouse of t.heW. & O. that can be secured by united\ efforts know. If, for instance. .lack of energy and., 'I.o boule*tt..OsceoU Fbarmacy. .SSSQQSg;
."'" fif.; train )fouday.fop.. lumbUI. Oa., la O. Co. The new owner will erect the better it will be for .11. When a ambltlot and loss of- appetite O
\.0. ... 0 a e1egrXfl aanouDol the thereon a* soon as possible a large town ceases to grow it begin to die show Itself we Ino.. it will b followed -
'..',' .<.f : .......i' 0' .......__ w. trist warehouse In which '-to store freight and the more people try so. kill each by complaint 'not l Democrat Editor 8r; of.,the Live Oak .'
tmprodDA'.' steamboat.- will other in their business checked.- Often liver and kidney trouble U Gtover |
?; >> she found lbs 'ufferer handled by-.hi or good name, lied C.. ;.
wants to find Boe
lomi last alto erect docka'into the lake to ,:connect the more rapidly will utter ruin come follow quickly In any event some buntinI
John M: x-. returned he ,w. with the warehouse.7 Captain. to all.' Stand advancement Eleo&rl Bitter will restore you to while In Florida, to. I
>* : Bundal lrom QeorgI& where" &b. Illness i* a hustler and will,no doubt receivea of every cllaeD.It a man shows .It up and SU.&ne. Lafayette and Taylor coun

k' .alled aoma d. before. pleased by to knowthat handsome increase la business from ability to prosper do not pull him 1..lor.rundown systems. Only \that there U may Just .I him for u* _. SL_ I'h1&i11I1lIg11': h.1 -
W. some
01 a broeP. this back through jealousy, or weigh himdowuwithindilferenoe. by hunting over
\he p&&lea' an Improved enterprise. Ouar.nt 0 her, too, but of we don't' know ___'_
be left oeola
I condition. : W. C. 'Squire,1. correspondent! of i PU'r whether be would oouI I IDytlnl or not, i Choice Dwelling ; ; Fine ft F A "

W<e1 Baas. Sr., PUP Forest and Stream ..r&rtp of two ... Cured W: C. T. u. win Hold mat Coe. -Cltru* County !. '- _, '- ,, ;\ '
:,.. Last Monday, : nlngsndbmween or three weeks down the river under ' ',v..tlo* at Ktaalaa_, If( the above Is *..VM. of future* Line. FullLint
,. )f land $djo Smlt.bfteld. ." are actuatedby ;
CIhaMd. acres of Will Hancock returned 'I> MrrW* W. Piokett. UK, "br" happlam .' j'
his plaOe aacl &be Ian from the to.guidance Klailounee last Friday and resumed .-writs Sept. 10th, 1901).I\ ) bad been :'eom.n''* 'CraU.1 Tp; a tq ,.br. the p1.U dollar pUS I, : ?

C Cap Frost '),stee'ctlOfl. Was000dct.d of- his Journey northward that lufferlng ....ral'e..... with a cancer aD Union will of the.distinguished ,. .. '
ol e & Grade z,
... SUt ac.
:. tbrouah fhe. ";1 night. He was" thoroughly convinced on my face, which" gave me great annoyance convention" at x..t. April. not their intereiu, they should A Perfect UcalltiBi of
.. *Jf M. WlUto..h, of' that the trip.down the..river and unbearable. Itching- I U to'April U him loca HpME Canned mimi+aafOtai**"* *****
# ,, BoUo..took p...... from this point otters the tourist' wa*. using Ballard' Snow Linimentfor The call oon ventlon ha*been point an4 Osoeola Cracker"'Uo (
J> o. oa she Naomi :r'lo, and sportsman more) genuine pleasureand a sore leg and through an- accident Isiuedfby Mr*., Alice. Brow, president county.' This &spbrtaman? paradise hut striai tld z-
1 ,, i .r :'DM4a morning Wh.bS weat to allen opportunities for enjoyment than I.rubbed some of the liniment on and It i* probable that/the 'lar- ".iCl) & can shoot -*- .4en.ub.ckte4h a tell.-. :1 BAKsirrv.r _ _
:Fon Ua DS mention 01 ."whom w. made almost any other lbs State affords.He .- the C&D08l'aDd. a* .it gaveime j almost .crowd of temperance".ter ducks and Rooevelt dan shoot 1 oiglnel.s..r. WEst 41'lr.1-,' T i _I :
"&be DSgTOe' ..' h.1' ,out ..-bIi found to. to plentiful and aooesslbU instant relief, I decided to. continue to together7. In- the ."will I b -I.! |peld OM Is PM lath ::1 IJ.j. .
,. ... ''ID last .issue oar ths liniment .. .
( : 7U.... none,'being. satis ose on the cancer. In.a oo..a&O. - ODtDt -ywzr f.wU by i1rkictsuaAsqg ..
!roth.fP.el$7" *J -J i fled with the knowledge. ot ">he' 'exis short time thscancer* j ,' ill, the W. C. T. I less Pal oa be aooommo-. end : ;
has T
came/oil& p..o" a S
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!. . -aw it...and Jt "appearia"her. t bar Impossible- t endured- in'S grim;' >ifence, *(*&. MMHMM < M> ? MMl has hitherto been universally' of'.held subsoil combination faiths" trofaur bottom abe t of loss'-*bl : ; ,v : - -
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it ;t : '4' g \> J Eoctatal 1 Ji' ." Reeling InrItt, up about the whole horsewThU is a baseless aa.uip th' ,oats -with Gsant'plant.r SJjJnn P nra F ir-iIiz!

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cngt1i, She had been ill notwithstanding jMWXITke add
I _ Ii>: ;:..: ,'r -*. .1 met trer. on thej L Euston'platform.: , w.the mattergith hiwt ,., .egltd. which I had allowed her";'to l :laer'.mentioned and asset.a*Though riding anything ihe pr ea.pho.phon.vatt per would acr.bare ,

,.'.' ti. " .wh'ither I1 had) d..hed'ured; forward May I put you name down for the past out of siglit,"never. summoning "IMI of Job knew pi the war hone,.leaded and almost' ripened before frost
., .-' by jtht disquieting ,thought that I was 8r t' and sixth and-- r. courage avenue inquire after her wel S did'not own a. ingle hone, .his hd { not put forty-bead o ctlaon'tham ABB '
: late. I Ippe.blpt. Her pretty .eye. fare. Ho f ihoroughly- despised my- mint* possession consisting of V oo she ', ,about .three tim., .wek
-'I..j ot luckred She' Iooce4like sl! The more no because I had made One ot{ the. .. 1-Lerodotuslvii.< 97)) enumerates three month: I have"them grazed now TIME TRIED AND Oill TE8T'
; . Judge, .I.rfore. "my: aDoance a diltrete. % (HP'my Mind that'Slie, .the poaacsaorf5aad breeder* :'in. the ,stte, a I nations (including the libanl that when 'the land i i. frozen or not ..t. fi 5*
j ": when I 'ten .* most -It up a* bad '"bulines, 4)) history, Ftoridaiidri; from' who**' cavalry to but They are .ur,ly ftne., I szpecttoat M oufatluir4 *p.olaly) to n > all b.eqeIei.eof J s th
elapse before the train wa due to stare nevertheles registering a vow to ace The "ne.t. mornt"l: when the. object interesting only furnish a' camel corps 100 bushels per acre. ''The "i.b rd.
t4_ I-ive minutes went . with her whether the < S at mr every still failed to make the moat Ar.b (cited by Strabo) ''de have been, Inele down by GROVE. GARDEN is FIELDS
"Still* another fver' I ejaculated Impatiently : would not: ,? her appearance. I.Jettrmined to speak Slat .Fair came, insists *, the Arabs a* camel keepr rin so I can. ct the with a, mower
,f. and to oeak evil -ojf I helped her ''out at Carnforth, and to Ella and.inMit upon an explanation. essentiali-.a i 1nRuenc\' "Strabo (flor Aw-D. t) .ex' ground 1 la i root an. the' i It ran ars raining Tomaloea. &tal ajiL* Unlarjr. u ZVberVlee,

.:. my watch find to mutter mothered im I then. we found .ha he.luggage I waited, It.etfor. ; a. favorable..opportunity strength of hltche. neither the 'people root have room underneath fee Osbbage. wa can supply you< a ferUUaer made apeclaUy for tS t( .. 7: precations'against the world ia gen milling.: She t very calmly, and then Utter' a 01 be Ily. those of Arabia of them being killed i bean thoroughly taetea, Our 8lnio& P Ut. t40, & ha. u1..t *uit pro.ceap. $
the nest must
; ,. eral. .Suddenly I beheld her which made me think al) the morebiahy humming ala hawing, said,- del First .,. Jbred horses. there of the question., '- any CertUlser sold In tbe .t.t*. We bate bad XI years DraedeaiaxsMi! .
,; She ,.not much to Joolc at in the of her. "Evidentr] ; been' "/thl! by the way. I am sorry MM on live ground. Repeated Scaurus after 'aturaly.. Arab You argue that cant plow deep deuce and have spent more time and mo nay In crop iperlmenUBsi that all <&.
: way of dress merely a simple black ," accustomedto Rendly i* unwell. Knocked.tip with parative test show (bat .Areta,, put on hit coins Areta. enough with one )01 mule Can't he suanufadorers In tbs> state. Bestdea special branda T eat'. %
4: ""tost"and skirt and a hat lol after her own blonginR..Poor the iourn.yilv.npposet; > girl, fourth wore"' chicle-are* | his clear; then that walk three or four' time in'.the lame ry In stock all kinds of VKRllLdZlNU MATKItTiUl; ZNiiCUlCMim &

0 '.,"''MII.te"'woul have 'calledit I "plcI girl aloe mAt.el the.eha"le'! 1. iliould huali.e..ot fu to rouglvrttiandwexu ; I riests builfd'irectly! In to it camel ",1.1 erk the Arabs furrow Keep him wakinl every day, We weretlx flrst desuers-to pat the dJOTerent tWausuni materialsSutpbat wiusi. ti
0'." laeltgraphed along th lhelislnl to trough i U coming no horses. It )* consequently ob hot or cold when 1 h not too Lbs) reach of, rowersj a act tb.y should bear to mind whg ord.rln. W, oJ..,
.''' J1"nc d at her as she 'passed me! luglage. told the porter 40-see down-' disgusting lot of pcolC'in ground when that though the Persian king wet (U ne\'t1 gets too dry); sld. 'i S 5 AUMONIATt8' -
about her .and then glanced trp., ") then went in pursuit our .carriage. But no doubt you recep.taclei.are the fifth century B. C. bred the iar subsoil twenty 'acres in ea wonla. Salt
.gain. I wondered what..class she was of' Retdly whotc my'' grief heard all about it." S A shaded spot..where and bent horses in Asia, these were will produce much better the niat Nitrate Soda, Unev,

: 1""elng. whet he. first second or third Seemed trying t m. I flattered'myself that I-fcpoke' hi sins moisture Is selected of an Arab,strain. The hone year that you will.never bother the editor Dried Stood -.. Uaa, UID,
; .'" that i it''might be the latter. "She feels 10nCI-olltlon most (jone of titter tndifference., Neverthelos -. iiulit, bf 'gray kept largely In Armenia and are of any'paper agajit by asking the High Qrade Blood and hose.Coppcra .
C .' ," .!,' was. .and at ill am "a rising young acutely; ran on my jthought: "Ella ", Ella.turned!! quicklynd. looked". tit. preferably by" Strabo a* similar to the' question doe deep plowing p.y' 1 U Blood and BoA. S Blue StozMi, -*
barrister,1 'with a future before him if, ahould have 'the station lo : roof "or covering Is". "to subsoilplow Bone. Cauatle Coa SThakas
come to ne. and a<> differing Irun you can get some up daa *
hone '
L -- .t' he "pushes.. My income letr( and still meet her. If, would have been only tMia ,- .-77 sufficient 'for abide; but horses ,n Greece and he other (hats the .thing; to ; by so S tjind Planter,
,. : lea v"lu"l.o'b'dulre4i. hice and b'Jonl I I shall Jell her 0. I >Mis* Reedly," j I fled-\in curtly, rath-. from' rain la permited. 'of horses known in the Roman doing you will save tme. But senseis Bright Cotton Seed Ileal 'i Whale Oil Soap; -

:,' LoVeday.v7e Sti.-M ** Keedly! might trust me a tit "r n.1Td..I -5S .Egg, thus placed: .'r' There can be little doubt that i worth more than any plow. Take, Dark Cotton Bend MeeJ. ..,.., Ground Coppwaa.BInnlpbUe .
,. .' _.-, will ;say ..(nov need0 mentionnames ." '' f' \. ,' echoed she. "I d') the same hone a* Marqo for instance, the Mallory mode'of preparing Castor Pomace.Moris . carte .
.,,J ), we giving .bal at her coun i caught up to br. and laid my hand I know her:.Geot, ?." the natural .wayand, hatch" < (found ,,1ft great numbers Ar. land It's,the roost sensible way Oyster Shells for Poultry.;
', ", try-house 'up rrorth, invited me on her arm."AJlow . '" '! ll-ere was -pretty' t stMc of affairs, no loss. ((1270 A. 13.) known as Turquans of. prp.rlng.l.nd I knowanything So POTA8UItos Parts Green sod Ina cfel4< ,

"tl to be rehnt.'p"'to this moment the f me to conduct you to the cur* 1 .1.wax.d exceedingly, wrathful and Alter, chicken begin Turcoman' poni., well known in about or. have ever trle4\ tUlgh I-o.h;

: invi..on occupied a riag said I,, .pe.kinl rather stiffly, II ode nme-niost di..arlinJ reranrk eggs are .- today.; Persian horse can Yon don't have bur Ins plow tt'se Grade Potash, ,.. TOB. COO'MATBHlAtJS>
'. : f.. position in my tboUlh. wan hurt behavior. She aUnnt E114 -and he hou..hoh-l.fact, first cartuly -of then have been the ancestor of f the mode but I wi say his plow low-Grade Potash, Cut Tobacco '
the sterna
., \ : but as I .watched that JI. hung back, and,, would Kindly aaid some ling""hi.b I rt.eatnn" appearance though'it il .quit I I. thebest I have1' used. It i I. a KaluIlr I No, 1 Ground .
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womanhood the" platfornv have had : tough'Rument' I first learned
0, ,pAcing : niadeher escape h'It.r that their superiority was due land gutter and pulverizer. Canada Bardwosd Ashes. KJne Ground Tobacco
-i> .faded into'absolute insignifi Bit thinking that abe was merelyoverfatigued.L..toik Ella\\ .. in puzzled .nerc afterhaving"vnlnlV or cut with scissor. so. their having a cross of thoroughbred< of this plow last June began to Balvd*Tobacco <

f'.nce Jr could.only, gus and ponder liar by the arm tried |10 It." ( roginl no difficulty in 're ln for already by ooo B. C Solo use it at'once on stubble land and have PHOSPHOniODissolved AClD8 lk>arse Uround Stews,
; her '. and led' torrentpf abime. from U.! used since and TobCcogy.
m.r over ; -f her to where, the carriage ; Egypt them everyday
but out
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: I do not know if the object of-my waited I Incy( she was half incredulous Indonrcly. 811"1, gets / ', x.), arfd .10 for all the kings of have-subsoiled by his about 10 *. All guaranteed nnlescbed and
sin all
. .e suddenly awakenedadmiration wfcreeonicions The footman flung upen the door. .tr<*nl,1i' < of the interest the--excited; "Oh no not in there!I" protected that her brother was lhorln"nI"1 exhaustive effort ( Egypt could not breed hone stock and 'does the quicker ani

:: :1 :. .edge most cleverly. We passed and re- .1 gazed at her' in alarm. pacify me. she 'said' she would make weather, it I is explained Arabs who bred none even 1,000 There may be- a better that ,,
IIduTiSIIed' each.'others At one. moment ,Ii "-Vou are ll1!'-' I cried. "Never-mind. full inquiries. . 5 5 big of the shell later. But she could and .didgel" wilLgo deeper; but his mode i is the acme JACKSONVILLq. FLA. .
.' rv was fled'with fury that 1 fair a crea- we shall soon' teach Rayfort( now" and "You have not far to go I before; learning (from the who from the of perfection. I "can-take biB plow aad< '

5 S -''A\','4'_ ture bellowed; to pace a sta- without .more adot using gentle force. that what I male is an absolute leathery, so that the of history a.ter of the mode and .a: sixteen, hundred team of . . '_. .. _. .. _. jyoKtaeoKis&xxx
j',;: tinn.platform alone and unrotected. I assisted iier into the carriage. fact" sneered I I. "Bolli flic footman i.- fen exhausted in .tru famous horses.r mule and turn on4 hundred acre of

',':.1" .wllile at another I To nty annoyance-she 'ank'do\1 on iritd the butler can be-r' me witness exit from I the ,loeI!.- sent the best bor e. .to th, barrengullied into a, good 1.11
1 'I->.,,* 'CWR? the elO"' for an emergency might the back seat, from whel that .he entered your ho".. Perhaps" These po7nts_ re simple of Greec (Pindar Pyth.. iv. In one year..
,. :arise become her gallant pre- difficulty in -} erIbe footman you credit theit word. if not mine. ,of and successful ). It I* that it .. Deep plowing will bring result ,1 U Budded Pecan Trees : FREIGHT
:. -, server. The mere Mlllh .bliss!" meanwhile standing by enjifying Era let the. room while I ,.paced to large ( same noteworthy founding .n you know of.any plow that will go ,
S -A momentary,'. bustle artnounced Jhe situation, though' his expreswmlesaface ??.i! trn- 1 state of mind. far (com rnvialjle. nericiice and are worth that the four-horse chariot and deeper let me know about it and I will Trees .
( ,, that the remaining five ntin- gave me, no opportunity. .to .ventmy i 'l'entyifliiiUtC5 l passed then I - race horse were added to the Olym. all the Mallory for scrap iron. .' You Orange ,
'S :. -ff .utei had elapsed. wrath. heard.. Ella returning. 'She. was walking The ..1 .. event The Phoenician *'at maynot be able to buy an expensive Trees and PREPAID
.v .With- keenest interest I watched her Any luggage, madam?" asked lie. -..Inly.r slowly-nnd she hesi, Perhaps' no branchof found the Libyans using these subsoil plow Remember that I sail Peach Trees Pla, .
i, as 'abe moved from carriage to carriage deferentially."Tlil iatd'at .thic doiu, a* thun lleIIQlfntI. < _, has been -im roved M horses and.when they struck the Mallory mbde would cost you nothing ,
I into has lost her It within tbc" horschead execute the work in PEARS, PERSIMMONS PLUMS, FIGS, MULBERRIES, CAMPHOR
S finally' stepping .tbird-las Iljlnl. .enter SAn 1,0 profitable placed a horse or a o you can a wa -
S i compa r nlept. -V, will follow by the nixt ; see aw"l[ aiuic'v swept. over: me. I pOll raising. Twenty the badge of Libya, and use with a. bull tongue scooter and a bul TREES, GRAPES. .ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS.
'I 5 ,5 ALLI"I! fnr4lln0.'- hail '"- fnr ntr. that it in, tirouffht" out.- --." htmwerpil._. .nn l_I.. went to the window, and gazed out- rr invnibatufr was. type on their com truck i In b't IJ.RGESTSTOCK OF TREES. BEST QUALITV LOW PRICES.
'I -7 'lj also? Was she obliged t-t ; ,sharlly.n : Jedll 10t hi"K." f s known a* they had *- "._whither doubtless 'they cared It' is wise to get good and proper t MACCLENNY, FLA..
I road And breathing good sir." oH-ned| tire dour, o"d'.r.v.reltlyel".1 At the present day they ,, by.n breed. This tools if you can. The farm s can 'be -POMONA { 1l.A.JACKSONVILLE..
S sigh"of pity a sigh of( nld. I without An instant 'later we were bowling Ela it -after Iier. After which was I ly used and the raising extraordinary fame of the horses.o made the molt attractive place on e.tthif NURSERIES at FLA. f!

; < I! '..4>__,._ \ an instant's hesitation in after along behind a.pair of the finest horsesin the clock ticked, the fire ers for the large and Syracuse and the famous the farmer will try. Who it it that
A- ,. -.' .. her seated myself in the far corner andS the) county. crackled-that was all. leading industry. Careful of Tarentnrm I Is now clear doe* not enjoy seeing the plant grow? Address GRIFFING*ROTHERs"COMPANY.. S
.. 'S S opened my n' wspaper.X I Could -lint understand, Miss Reedly ,. T moiitcnod my psrched lips. gOt nly show that the food nc< the Arabs never 'ownedrIQo Farmer quit educating your boys for Catalogue'free upon application p. O. Box 333 B. Jacksonville.'Fla, '-
She paid not the smallest attention at all. She'appeared thoroughly upset voice under. control mil blurledout"How duce one pound of i rie until they had be.ome mute. city life; Prepare them to b God

U to me; but after settling hersel comfortably t, though why, Heaven only, knew! is .hc'" 1 and the chick should Africa and the B.tb.l hone noleme.0 We Indepndent teach
o4 S S scanned.the pages mlga-. She shrank back in her corner of.I he Hut I irs'Ked the <|iiestion without j ouryls when, ten weeks whom "art sprung-our r.c- and
.5.e M'I S .' zine with leisurely interelt. carriage and never opened her lips. turning. having fully nr.ide up my mind ing the, cost of food for .stock through Lord Godolphm cultivated will respond with rich bar Dahlia seed must be sown early. If
I;r While she w.a.lhls took She interlaced )her fingers f clasped andunrlaspc'd beforehand that she was either < ".d or broiler. ten 'cents. But ( North 7\frica.therefore, and not. vest, tech them that they must split oneis fortunate enough to possess a hiring proper. We mean -limply that
1 her hands. -I watched her andsiivpciiHo I t.he The of i I. the'hard pan and sink'the furrow intoa he should evoke the assistance of
S. the opportunity of studying-her a little dving. 1111 made no rrhponse. cost. chick or any other part Aala hot-bed or green-house. February is na
closer. She had a fair, pale face, blue out of the cornef of my eyes, Irving I l.ei"l. agony, I suung rln. large bUld/g", hel original home of( the thoroughbred reservoir to store up the winter rain goodmenlln -*ow the seed. If-they lure, by converting hit raw material :1
eyes well-defined, arched eyebrow., andS vainly( to solve jhe myslcry wliirh ;HU! facctl ed by pipes though the pedigree of the Young l.n. you will regret it 'sotn must be started in the window, March 'into ? highly' | organized productthrough
'brown hair. seemed to envelope her, Her <.:hcrl s Site l Commonplace you say? Well! yes, were pale no longer:, while her **yct.. ,the of her mniith ahek lurked cd by a water jacke thickset little horses of Europe tion i I. keen and" .glrea.i.e can be raised in flats, pans or pots but inK. milking and butter-makir-. 5
S perhaps you are right; and. her charms which I mIst confess had l beep" lforc' :ii i rnrwr whii-h she strove t ; to er.. Kurmerly Jilc Asia. the wild ancestors of the thing but S ticked of in bla.k.w white may appear of a somewhat insipid blue wcro now nlidiic.I ,11.. \ahall nvath but ab is yet to seek, lor Africa has co mixed up with keen-edged knlfewhetea with earth the most convenient. Those make hii living on hi* farm The es-
considerationthe dark and lustrous. under horses, such as tarpan or Preze' soulless competition get to who rential idea of farming is
L : DUI "' I will not.tell t nil I I ,.1mm'! 'aid: ,mffirr f- overheat pipes are never happy unless they'are that of producing
the fact (hat I am' powerlc's'r describe "You have been to Rayfnrth hi-fore? it that you' lif hroke ,the news iu-Btl: at night has though the has an ..and fur ing out of bag, sleeping in some taking extra pains with .their planting, all of the food in the form' of
t RI . , that indescribable, undefinable II I ventured .anxiously to break the silence toy ,ililr.. 1 Ucedly advantageous and is including quagga. now : back alley- tumbled-down shanty prepare their boxes by pulling- half an substantial, that may be
S.' '1 "something" which seemed to exhaleS ; which threatened to liecnine op- ai j-i-Mlly loiise-nl.ii'll ns, |"' 11"s .a. The cost is therefore t ct. Can the Barb he sprung ( holy with all kinds of neighboit, taking asocial inch ol charcoal on (the bottom, then home'; and also those things which
from her as the subtle perfume of some pressive. a ) mat used for warmth in part .from a zebra? Arab level that will not be pleaiini", over this an inch of'light, porous soil, minister to the comfort and luxury and
t S rare. sweet flower, and it was precisely 'I. "Oh; no! no, nev.r'!" she hastened- I rather. thil'k that sotm-thing bad on capital invested in < birth nstanlly"Tiave Tfbrr-mark you will long for the free healthy auf rough and unsifted then a hall inch of the exchange for literature, music and
% S S this ""something" which worked the assure me. ,_ ilippi-il. from me; anyhow,, Ella left me healing apparatus. The ', sometimes retained when full the country, where people have rim sifted soil, upon which the seed il culture, so Tar as can be produced with
F5 mischief. S Then after a mom !S She is a hi"h-bred woman, an aristocratic she" turned impulsively toward me. .Tlie most K.illing ,.nt of lie. whole three cents in winter .. Stralm, t S .. woman; a woman whose ancestors There was however such an expresr affair was thn} everyone knew about the eggs. dQ not hatch th of the Libyan Garamantes have good woman a queen; where not money ia really no need of all this exactness.A farmers is to produce some leading-
stretch back lang Ilion on her (faca. her eyes shone with so the mysterious stranger who had entered hoofs than other horse but character determine social ,
unbroken line chick depends upon the any p Dahlia seed is'as robust and Sure to money crop as a main object, all other
S of nobla men and women-into the very liquid a brilliancy suggesting the l house under my protection. cd. -After this they must Ewart's mares show the mark sition. I have seen 1 manymen come up as a sunflower seed There' crops to be lubsidary to this one great,
S. < -earliest pagc> of history near the surface, that 1 carr M Of. course they had to hear the sequel.So" marketable age, and in o. not of a Burchell, zebra but of .too high in the cunr. leading i in.inanf all the vigor of a weed about a young one money crop, necessary evils and
',- V''' Thus I mentally soliloquized and thesoliloquy her"l.heo hands; exclaiming- that whiii 4- finally .slwowed myself is also some loss. the Somaliland zebra, from whicli U ha. and prayer church ft 0'' Dahlia Theseed_ box is quickly covered drawbacks. This error has taken suck,
S anything! Don't, t they one and pretended not to see I inferred thatthe remote ancestor city and to the dogs I a hold '
r, afforded me exquisite happi- tel 11 entail a cost over by their strong sturdy cotyledons, deep on the minds of' many
S :. ne.s S pray -don't it pains you I I have no me. ").e were. know surreptitiously. before they are both Equus Caballits and Burchell' At the Decatur Orphans'" home ware Leaves auickly appear, and if the young farmers that iteems to be hereditary,

Ah.) : she did the blue right to hear itt"S! de\'ourill me with their eyes. give a fair profit. The ") -striped-Iikft Uia-SoniaJilan- trying to raise our boy to love plants are transplanted before they become 'born with them and inseparable from
S. blood yes in her 'ninal! You saw it in th., She gazed .at" me with wide-opened IlVtas quick to perceive-'-being era should b done in mountain; zebra. thefarm.' Oh how I wish we could get Crowded, they last 'grow into their thoughts.

S turn of her 1Jeal. the glance of her eyes her patted lips closed, and with ole mOlt ausccptulhI|> : tcijiiivramesit a son princpaly. by is it necessary to go ba'ck so our boy, into good Christian farm stocky plants. There is nothing tender Merchants mechanics and professional
5.------ a hopeless aank' hack have douUtlcsn remarked! that it ? the Somahland zebra homes, to be- raised! Can't you take
eye I Koture-.1e yo' tlm-f May not delicate or sickly looking about men strive by theirbrain and
against the required only the smallest provocation due the cir. a little one to raise for usefulness and ,
in the be
such a* fruit growers. hybrid to them by their acts to gain with which
S How I wished my sister were near it all! imagin-; ol rip. heavenBut I started>-out inspire money
Yousee, hang to
; m.y to call forth a perfect rOlr laughter tained high *' that the dam in each case to purchase the
S.- necessaries
IS L.- lo observe. this peerless pearl S of her tion had taken the bit between !Jtt .e from all quarters. Literally speaking, sons, the are best very prices "d'$1 .certain amount of Barb blood i in you to plow deep to drive into',our A moderate -temperature is best (for forts and, so far as they may, the be com able,
S sexl and Never for brain the importance of keeping seedlings. If they are aired"dnrinv'
bolted. the mirth
was my presence was signal chick weighing not which was derived from either the your the luxuries of life The
S As we journed 'onward our crrlR ..trnge.0 thrilling a the history I and 1 -cwva uic< you' that I found (the half pound each and zebra -or a closely allied winter rain, ',o get you to realize that warm part pi bright, tunny spring day, obliged jto take : luch not
I . gradually fled at the diferen wove for'the silent girl at my side, We situation confoundedly, awkward. Myvisit bring per ? lIe (Prof ) had your farm I I. a gold mine i yots- will it adds materially to their vigor Too methods any round-about
50 to of
Space more more confne."nti covered another mile without..wrd was intended to be a long ole; shipped -en.. or 'a Ridla1' dig to the nuggets.Conic hot and close an atmosphere* is. about ess.nrifi and secure the nec,
Mlocovy dr.le comfort of life. He
S at.last I began reluctantly passing between us. it proved exquisitely brief! I left, the barrels. a there U no white duck from the com to see u.. and I will show you the only thing to fear in growing them and should direct may
go to the
5, 5 I.should b obliged to seek aKertersi She sax quite motionless1 gazing'into following monun-v. Nevertheless I them and each wild duck with the result that .n some results from deep subioilinsr and Besides if kept hot and"closethey not head, mother earth.RO fountain
S 1' -#; .elsewhere It fretted-mt.ofse to space, distress painted clearly on het saw her before departing. has alve. than- spring.are colored and their col- some fine Berkshire hogs,:.and more only grow till and spindling, but when .S
; f.f''r'see' her being squashed and jostled by delicate .face. And my heart hat in Sleep- deserted me thl.t night, is a business gre.te that has its ; resembles that of the mallard than these a quiverful of. babies material it comes time to set them in the* open : For- twenty years, hundred of Flbrida' -
S jUjJjthecommon herd. Yet she bore it all quirk response to her pain' and as seven o'clock fOlld me risks; and dis one would say that ihe hybrid for future greatness'' if properly! ground, they cannot stand -either the farmers' have been pursuing the
with r a tweet 'simplicity. and forbearr "Ml,( I beganagnin.. feel ready aud cager t.o drink In i tralKh. cessful one dvanaKC a reversion to a remote common chiseled; .Pray that we may Palis wind or sunshine, but wilt 'in a forlorn ignis fatuui, the hope of getting rich
i i 'ance. ) '" -Reedly'break through this silence uf f fteh : !. gradually extend h"lin, of both mallard and Muscovy. them for theMaster's' .use.-G. D. way They get backset 'In ibis$ way by growing some one preeminent money
S ': A'wom..with a baby ultimately de< .at any cost' "don't l be' anxious ., But-.lialI'waydown' hoe' staircase. I and Fatmer. '"' ''' .. ; it obvious that, the coloring I Stone Superintendent '.Decatur (Ga.) that takes them weeks to get over, and crop. In all .tliat-time the majority
', .,"cided I I on' Orphans' Home. sometime they die'outright. ot theni have: been fain to content _
me upon fight can honest) about-your.: luggage promise was arrested by a voice which' I rec 55 simply that of the white dtick'" im | SS
S : say that nothing lea my honor to see tha you have it in ognized.- S lunch" is one of ancestor Authorities like 5rIs.t I '. ...So keep pahlia seedlings in a -coo themselves Witty making .both ends
.. r.(ed 'me to quit my seat. However this time for the ball. did you not ask Lor'!" it rang qnt swettly. ''J f'Oukl signs The have pointed Qut ,the great 1. >.1 freWLast .. rather than in a hothouse temperature meet-often not that--alway* hanging
woman and her baby got lust Wigan me to lotjk after ft for you?"--this in frightened. And didn't he just carry "a Ct healthy city lunch of .Haye. form between Burchell' Air them, as has been 'snid. during by the eyelids of the merchant and the '
S. ; : ensconced herself close to me. We a tone of gentle-reproach. "Yon would on!" ,' ) character of thin food the Somaliland zebra to a well week'we.. gave an' Installment warm, spring-like days. As the day fertilizer'dealer. One year they hare''
4' :. ::-anl shoulder to shoulder. No sooner have been confCrrlnl a great favor by Cautiously I peered over the banisters i iI considered. It's a\ horse, i. e., a hors that has Barb from an article on Evening Bloomer grow warmer, leave them out longer a surplus of cash lefjt aftershioping

iq ; ;. was she settled than she Jurned her haS doing ao come, will you not I and beheld" cat .n'l l get away.just Is it in him He thereore. suggest b Mrs. Lora S. LaMarrce.-. expect and longer, until only on frosty night their truck, and with the improvidence
:',: """"by round facing. Me and exclaimedS make amends for past unkindness. aVid . that the stomach breaks that the Barbary bre, which to,give the balance of the article but they are carried into the house. Such of which'characterizcs too often this class
agriculturists '
? coaxingly give me jmie dance Only one Miss (.>tloB. to .is thrown at it, had shown all the horses of the gradually hardened seedlings will not they spend it in excursions
: the pretty gentleman, ba-. Reedly I"I shall be content even rar.r. nnutritious slopy. had sprung, fne derived either have decided .to omit it this week and suffer the slightest shock when set in and seaside jaunts There is
"Lk .
S : at. will The InstituU/ of Polk county fod. very nothing left with which
: 'j' ky! .' that Farmer' stomach has to do the the zebra of Northeast Africa or. give instead an .rice. also by Mrs. the open ground. S to pay/for the
S . :f.. ''T) baby I looked and I t mouth as- shook her head and averted hM is an organization that should not mally there should be no Is more likely, from some very close LM.nce. published in the last num- When all danger of frost is over pre fertilizer and they have, to test once

S a downward curve, pucker in- be allowed to die out. It should b), ical assistance for the allied species, now extinct, which be '. M.gaine Seedling pare 'a good, mellow bed, exactly as more their capacity for getting good
? .. chubby face.Thoroughly angry, yet than ev Prezevalsky's would for Dahlias raised from tu on-time. :.
.-' rble gathered on it mot all means be kept alive, for if there the average method of horse may Dahlia Dahlia do well in Florida you *
T ten.nce. the nondescript features facn.ted. I stared ot the win- and this continues on its hind leg like Cquu i>ers. Transplant them into the open Then next perhaps there. U a bad"
:; contracted Into a blurred mass while refe"tln" upon ,The rvirsity of ,)dS onu clasi more than another ways"hil demand for .." and railing seedlings i I. much cheaper ground, and care for them by keepIng market or a drought, the returns are

: ', "" :* over('the whole there rapidly apreadr women woman In,particular.Rayforjh .lircd .rfnd who rould lie bencfUted by Golden Medical. ) f export trade in horses, which in than buying plant weed down, mulching the ground, slow, the (larder goes bare a good many

..r.; !ia" alarming crimson hue. Al pre- is a lovely old place, and I I tightly) directed, organisation it is lie one medicine which took 873.25 head, valued a$8,- The' hint .about the of the if dry weather threatens and staking times, there in no garden, no cow to
thus felt proud as the carriage turned in at Can ill tall From the help along. There is a time in
.. :"paratipns. completed burst tillers of. the soil, says the DortowCnufCrllwnnant cure di..aAe of the *. year dropped to a pint used I I. i plants as they grow. sorfy
? forth a, yell that ant me springIng the gates and rolled smoothly "p the, orR-us of digestion and only about 4.0 head were pur ted true In last of June until September, acc.rdini the home until another crop can be'
S from my seat as though having ref' avenue between rows ol stately ..trees is not a rare-all. It is a ed for the foreign trade at th" growing Rower I garden to locality 'or size of plants they wil raised and a few returns got in
S ' ''celve an electric shock, and dashing Ilti the Hall itself wulin vi w. Had In order to keep_ our institutes signed for .the stomach, Stock Yards, the great distrib ing. that buying low priced teed i i. continue to bloom. All inferior flower S S

S ,: t, mftffJr* ******* jront the carriage I'bounded childhood been spent in a place alive they mint, be made' interesting t through the stomach center for horses. While' ." usually a very ed plants ihould be pulledup a and S__ 5S *
"' 'j the adjoining the as this? and profitable to the farmers. It will which their in buyers are now in that mar epriment thrown away. Some people declare
S ,,i ,,, ,-into compartment .uci' have cause It I I. better to pay a" fair All men may be born equal but the
: .* train began to move.: The blessed relief at her'to ace if the scenes be necessary some one to do some ment of the stomach and expo 5 continue a* light a* in ptie b Dahlias cannot be grown and made t< average man imagines he wag born
LPit to find it was a "Smoking! A of bygone days rushed back upon her t1Ikiry mind active planning in order nutritive system. .. The foreign dealer protest sure of the quality., bloom in one season from seed. They; little more a
S '',. .'wouldsoothe rny "quivering nerves.At. pie with overwhelming force. Ptrt no; rjpr 1. "tain the highest succese.S. else fails. I price are too high for tat "Some years ago we were attractei might a* well claim that Asters will not so.

.W Preston I took a turn up and attitude was un.lered. and I laughedat Some June fttti/, at one of the' meetings . exoortation'and- that whil bv an unusually, fine' disolav of Dan bloom from spring town seed. O SS
1 :down the platorm She took the same. myself fol. could she- we, 1",1' with us Agricultural Origin ef Use RM :.bred harness. liat in a German woman'a yard There Course; the surest i way to get iusfsucl

)? .,' S And'-to my satisfaction I saw proud descendant of an unbroken lineevince'emotion" -> ''gqnScploemts,.pf>f (he_Plant t. System, _Prof. ,c fancied in Europe were twq varieties especially an ifnmense Dahlias as one most admires, is to purchase -
I __--tv4c. .--that-the'ocrtif) nts-of her carriage had tike "trr ordinary woman who discussed in an intelligent and ed.ncendulccJhez ;n IC:. "globular deep-hued beauty that the'named roots/ But anyone who
r :. ,-; w departed I fancied she smiled as I I helpful manner many subjects of vital very interesting lecture .he might have been called King of the buys choice seeds and gives the young
S followed her Into the now empty car The hall door stood open, and a flood interest lo our farmers. Later we pend bridge Philosophical abstract i th advance in value here. Reds and an equally large, waxen plants good care, will -feel well! repaid
S {iage and resumed my former seat. of light streaming ont chase4backaportion had with us Prof. R. E Rose, site Field:an from S -S Il..p i flower that deserved the title of by[ his seedling Dahlias." SS
1led.t her musing glbonriy over of the gloom chemist of ''Florida who gave mahy TatdI Queen of the Snow We resolved to S 5,5
S ". S I I '' decreed that we must sep As Miss 'Reedl stepped the valuable regarding the "AI the ancient people 'PI.w. grow some exactly like them, the coma- ,
IUlge.tions I often the question Tree Fuetion.. .( the Famer.
s -r.te"at Carnforth -my destination caria.I noticed that she from, her .culture of canC. CanRnie. Assyrians, plowing ace .ked does III,year. So we topped, and aslcet
0 5 and I wondered if our paths would evercross and that the quiet eyes The farmers who attendcft'these and Umbrians. ? p.y' or will my name of her Dahlia, and where Editor floiHa 4pr4aZSurist:
flashed This in her hore before I aem. to me that a sensible she purchased the _
0 -again, defance. ch.nle. other meetings have been helped by the they.roe rtL
be plowing deep instead of Oranges, truck, cotton cannot be
S Thua alighted demeanoJ and- me; practical suggestions made and no one datl. 'opekinR Ach I" cried ..heT1 "I.neffer poughem. or
nwMing my eyes upon only north of the his time writing. to ask theme eaten by the farmer or hit stock, except 4zI a
: somewhat heavily built black baRt nor did-sbe loolCao well a when cloaked can fail to rerciv* benefit from such I puy the seedt. raise effrey one ,
name he knew said queltlon. The tree that resist to limited with the first two, S
a extent
of tcse
jn that calm. < with determination tha ( from the seedt. It's
I \ upon 'tho.& rack just above her impenetrable .y.temlicay.; a horse with Itrpng plow I... easy Very little suffices to clothe the 6e47' il (
by cotton :
: : : _We-wallced up.the steps side side. to S: large the hand deep Lt enough, you dry it. It grow joost to
C: '' Much to my astonishment, neither Ella Occasionally! I long hit, which, though o right left easy like Larkspur or, .Zinnia seedt people who produce it, the producer
sa once a quarter
0 S 5 :, ; unlae.. thought I;" tht nor her husband was in the hall!? to welcome I- hare lec carry were your question i You start *em erIyr-mvi--you "Bet 'em cannot control the price of cotton oranges
to competent hare
jot( it down. tested deep Two
; .slightest lirin1e .omf chariot. "whererore Blowing. joust from der or truck but is compelled to ac
us. the at soon a* yoota. Buhe
S .,. ''jhe1 thought .barely formed bet -I would* have taken Mis' Reedly > talk upon lne. and Calsil. likewise say* ago I began to redeem some hill- good-old dame had to repeat her cept whatever -is offered to him; nor
the .niake'' it a special object to every thL had been
I bagS robbed
"fore the jolt came. taw sisterhad she nfl used chariots in war every and Can: he transform any of these article*
to firnf- assurance over before
not over
.. "., .tremble; and by a hair's breadth es- I ly my pleading i f fatigue and ,beg farmer. Ln the county present if p.- hone were small though of soil b,neglect and rain, and Could comprehend that she was telling wa into different and profitable product
'caping her head. 'She gave a faint delned. sihle.rilTorinstance- description of the horses 'of land that wa.covered by *. Comparedin their effects with
S shown at once to her u* the: 'ruth, that those grand Dahlia
room ,, Till-
ginI JoSepti from
get Judjte inches
A- __icreamtbenextinatantwas: clutch- nae talliesexactly with twelve to three feet moat of pleacommonlygrown
__ 1 bittertdieasniointedLhaving.! of Ga. iI he be lad been raised by this good souljrpm
1 --- man, Ouitman, ; can se- remains of the primitive .1 plowtd the gullies in breakiag theTarmeri, truck and make
Marcbaown.eed5' S >y ; orantrei
,' ;*.i&rlft7"i: ;: tween ptetureiiwIflpwaiur5t1imcetugbc.the two women. So engrossed-S curedf- --conme--dowu--.n4deliv.e-the of mak rpeatelrhl ) j -on--an I-average of .bfttel We have tried the experiment for a poor showing. -;:;
Mue4 Jrure. sxplaining Iroea. b the gathered ALLEN, A M., M. "D., PH. D,
"No. no, only .he-jye .I in watching the place where Mil has re anten beet weighing:e.three ourselves many time since. The first Corn small grain, hay potatoes,
stone to
<.t. sweetest"" smiler- Reedly had disappeared that I was notcon.CIOI. cently in claifyinl. patented.yrp.'an entirely new about high w..with deef .- S year we took great paint to procure vegetables, live'stock, serve as food for' OCULIST AND _AURISTDcLauid !
.nce. of ElIas! he farmer his animals. If he- carf-
approach, until.; a process for g syrup, which he Even after domestication year ago I topd on this piece xceptionatly fine seed, carefully saved or Allen's. Stan
S voice excl.imed."Geol.detold' ,- not always tell these above named Ifoadajn over Drag
aa I. confident will the business said by> reliable eedmen from choice prize ar-
a man to it will take
) reyoiltionize witness me. .
very a* blt Hem.
( I.nd Offend, Wcdae-wtoy Luticv
introduced oil r I talkedI S .mal tide remunerative
"; bag b this 1* delight- in Georgia and Florida. and lound in Swiss befere. you can-reclaim this varieties And those year oar seedling at a price, he can Oasis '?buadayi, Montsaue.GInmvIIl. .
S t her, and she listened. Presently I I ful! > The judge has done and is'doing a ing*, the shoe found at On two acres' not washed.but Dahlias were *o uncommonly fine, thai convert a part, into meat, butter or ., Ss4srda Brows ..s.
f . iiertwith dejected mien. that 1 -I returned .'the heart5y'en4irace, big work; n'inducing immigration-of in on the Roman red. .til and dea.that it i Is .to be feared.we put on some airs eggs, which are always good cuh, and
Ir".ol camp b.ked
get put )t .Cmforhi whereupon though Inwtrdly! wonderinl and a little the light Jcutdto, the southland he "Authoriti. are agreed. -'0 .in. .. over our achievement.. We had quilled, he remainder he-and -hii household can 'i iORANGE'SCALE
.* she hong her . ,- resentful that she npye mCntloed my lmns.imado5 ; life .;ing study of this primitive horse have bushel of Igl. acr, ancy, how and cactus flowered sorts onsume. #
I 5' _55 -, *S* *BtiStl.I.?' . fair traveling com.alO IDRed .to cuiiutryai'd I its. needs. MeII the oped the carthorses of ,1 laid the land oR. four fee 'bree-fourth of the plants were If corn i plentiful and'cheap he'can S S

: ,. :, ; ,.'TbeniUw&s; 'ezplatned-we'< ;. were do to m.elf BI noticed (ilesyl.joi tti a visit from and thea islands. while' going four time to the same fu. onble-flowered.-and only about .on- fatten more hogs and sell his surplus
.,.\' .bound for the selfsame place. .1' on is deeply Intereate rains' would Itffrmeri.n" of Polk horses have-come from ,. leaving the land in rldae" la this sixth were rogue These last the poor >acon. If oats are a drug in the mar- San Jose Scale j

5- J : .. ,1 could hav.. shouted 'with JoysheS in .omebr. one .tudioua" raln cnt .a".lf deti l-r-l good."; 1; of f llKht'build and the land was lifted r S inferior flowered'we'' *" pulled up and bet he can feed them to his cattle, hogs,
.. merely smiled. frm motlonlns nebd"a It_,might; be vc.tiyf.oui'f( aimers'toarratipr lace Is to frosts of winter, the furrow deep- threw away5 5 poultry and sell in the form,of beef.-S .

-. 1. "Lady 'sister,* don't' with me ; for? 'k* series-"of"lectures ''byJkidge original habitat of this 10' it'held the rain against a four j'siasm wa. became too certain of the butter, eggs'and poultry, t and other INSECTS can be Controlled ..
.'cS: IveJa1m:; : she start : soon left me, saying lhiV.1 could Tillmafc, ,say.aj Barlow Lake- He .not come from : drouth of aumme. The whole ualityof eeedling Dahlia;; 'and 'purchased The same mae'. be-said of all other by Using -

J '- yoi slightly, and .I wondered wh A- not- have' tha monopoly of her Jtejtions. .uthiiug", i I.;., : ,' i' the Mongolian "pony Is wai a ash In -cheap teed, saved front no one tro vision' crops r they-are easily conertible GOOD'S> CAUSTIC WHALE-O4L
S'' v "I hope- Hndeed. I am ure. that yon .. si ihehad. many, guests' Let us Suggest to ihs fafmeri'thatthey type of the coarTe. thickset when the.ylnee were blooming 1 knew what kind of flowers. Up popped from a raw product, into secndary S SOAP NO. 3.'It v
S .. ." ''and .Ella) will be1 Jhe greatest frieDa. which Heagerly'aisetrted.for begin .th.irwork,, again:in deadearnest which sprang the cart ,. combination and the little plantsin their old easy way. crops 'which ate ;always good also prevenls' Curl-Leaf. Endorsed
: I burst out in a spasm of e&nfdeoce I countdMi.Reedly S among,the and that .they go st'iln alaud golian pony probbl. i .between ,th,,-'rows J this They grew as fsit'arever. but one by for cash' Moreover it il true that the by Entomologists: This Soap Is a Perilizer'a -
55., '. '' Again ''she' -.mied the faine.t.' number*,. { > nail Port'Mrade, thus giving all Scvthian .; i> up the moisture and not .leaf 01101 a*'they-opened came"dltippointmeift. higher the form into which the farmer well ai Insecticide.

V S $:, picion of ( !icc. soft 'A 'cple:0 honrsi'later I matte* fan our people an opportunity, tq her.hin'''be of a-small .lac'. down, yellow during' -the dr/otb, Out.of two lota rot( common develops Us crops,the greater will be 5o-lb. Kcg $i5o: ico-lb. Kegs *4.5o:
55 cheeks i. '. 5- iure earllg the mi.i.lugPI Nod ; Ijis cbod adi.e: ,. time'and-they were August of( last Je.r I a.acre heap seed.not; above three'paaably. the value of the product and the. prois'of Half Barrel, aohix3; iC.. per Ib.;'
>, JndqeaOLTO. ,we./ !! -was ".1 .i i. Perbapf o hef'countles milt like to from the or gullies, it. put stable) good Dahlia were grown, and not one his,business.- The.lighteralso Barrel, 425 Ib., 3 1-4 c. .Large qnantiies. -
t .*k& *a? : "oP. t.IY', Whereupon1'fell to dreaming,1 and e< JOin p. ia with us and ura ofengagemntl" .TheMongohiati pony, on top of the.. cloddy* dat laid of t superior merit. A good share of the will be,the drain of the fertility of the .. Special Rates. Send (for Circu-

;S .r. .n.were. one'or two dances for jnred .p- -entrtncin vision, of'her : for\\Judge" Tinn Wa ed and enduring, is slow of and pl.nted'o'; ,Dade lot were -single,' and most of them rttb- soil, for these finished and highly con lan : '-JAMES GOOD,
,, nie".urge\J, and rambled on excitedly clad Ii a 'gown of clinging rape5 rake ''the' sugge'ition' to er China,'Siam no aoo b.heIL- can Koway, small-flowered,while the'colors that ctatt&teioo4 products, such as meat, 9.10.4 .N. Ffont St; hiladelphla. S
I about the ball..,' :'r !) Rayfurth was packed with people and (rest tli.y will take th mater tip. indigenous . : In the a'aro.U redomlnstcd were unpleasant brick eggs and butter,-carry away less of the 5 ' Pa.T
0 S 'I, to blushed again more vividly and and mighty ,, The balk wa a with,, J .e"i In. : blood hoste. India could plowed and' red and brighmjontz-pvvpls- cmenta of the sdil. The manure also '" -- / -
/ !S01\'': She .hyly.- : ) huge ineees*. I did n enjoy it. tiw- SS I j horses SayS Marco Polo, in August.. I put'two la..-Wnl hat w. had nor me for any teed bat the remains to-enrkh, > the 'fields,, while) Iath1
:. 'whispered doii't I-a-shall s i VTrf ever she/was- absent f l' -! . 'am )u-Ib1rnm3s5 ;noq.LiJois India was.supplied eitbe MaUory plow With tb. hoicest. Better one packet of reliable ] i form of traits, truck and; cotton,
r r \ why think, s7---t* dac. i 'and The"'hours slipped by, and Iti tar 0.- ; iuo.q MOllat. dsoo-s LIUP, lisa ponies from .or pit and began to 'run wb O' eed'at tweaty-five A p.cketfthaw an they ale largely carried away and lose -t4t4
S S f "Bu* 0or-.inqnrIngli.. .,Wonf'iouS camenonewsof her.; f.q .itjt! ,: vi! 1 aaIU 1" 1Mfe from South. Aden //mall/ ditches 'over, pice ounce uf common staff at Are cents* for o the farm forever* ', : -
/, .'IOke4 it name t' I -' Ella was so bnsy here..there,Inderywhere . .tM, I. Od; 7 aqdo'0IJd", sLiisiUi Abian port., Arab .lr with notbingbut ela, I. I ie .ounce.- : ' ' 5 S Of oou9e we do not mesa that the _1, dS
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