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 13, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00063
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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; .;' .' TIFdIt. 'HEAJDACHE. Jats 'sever''inches :-wide; and .they 'are *-J ltlvatleef Sweet rptateesu:' .

six'-TUB "'" 1 the iniformation .imparted by the (farmer of'tlii i In, hOUSEHOLDS NEURALplC .* placed .even incite apart, **t, perpen From'' th* Florida S
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irrigation \ :Agriculturist;
o STATE who have made a. success cult. 1n4s -S A SimpU Tredtwent. I dictllnrfjr.Hay and other fodder i fed : : 'C'one .
vatlng different crops and their mod term so irontf that I will nolE b. "S ,' A teaspoonful of f phosphate of sodium in the-.rack1, and when green .i ia to be Cutting va. Draws-As a 5,'general ,
:i '' ., of. bp ,a revelation to, lieve himhe..point is-not at all (hat in a haN Juo\blerlll of hot .ate" fed the rack set swept out and -the and"Expertnveivt' Station. khing cut vine will yield more and bet- .

: .<: JOHIAIUDITSXSQS eultva..iU cCsful 'ones; It I i I. we(.cattem/i-i do. not)know -what icrgetIoii'wiJ,5do DtPARTMENl. ] every itiornlnew a,'1I8:11. hour. beforbreakfatt. grainsupplied.along JIll center.oI'the' tier also potatoes keep better than'draws>nd they will .s,
to be 1ioped that) to'much valuabltime ; Hoof and sheep eat front both .sides. '
: ;will not''b takenvup 'w behalf of / We know top wel : R. The jnimaU-Sannot crowd the feeder I The Woman's Chrjstiai* .Temperanx: T have' .therefore. sledded oy, an actnanett -. '5
f1 '. the ehrus indukry, for 'tha If the government i I. going into tb Ext.Indian 'ittmf.fft-'i-W, : : : ; t/I'i" i ''when feeding tnem
,",. THAI WILL BE1 0jIHPIJMat } ground haf"bcennthrashtd over for business, 'we clan''point-i 'out thouidnd. THINGS THAT W O: U' Ext. uxVomiCIa'\grI'l;: the alley,end f>i the r,ck..o 'lamb cannot dents Of thC college a dehabtf ecepo in the of middle, thus making two plant

i'I \ 'o J1S : yeirs;aiub nearly! /everyone js.Jamilia .,' of 4s1itiS5t fhe-Mississlopl' TEKEST TO Ladate_ : I get In when at"play in.the alley AIambcre.p.is lion at the parlor* of the Lake' City the out' ,each draw, the tops will exceed

k! T' with ,1 think the lagel.part of( tho we should like to jt tricd-nd'obet ten. -tSJ fr' ,'. ... . II made for them .near, tM$ Hotel last 1-riday evening, Februar Also stubp, in yield nearly two to one '
tee 0 that if vine
; time.should toe the Ft. Pill Nd.7- Uelicious "' on a properly con- '
leading to the pens. from the alley, II lb reireshmeiui were
Plauaji culivatloo of thousand f the'Mississipiii The Pamts .* !.. Mad.., I 'day kite, gate structcdVbecl run from three .
1spf farl.-e" -5 lour
of diversified crops and Itoc tvof\ ; Sig., on? three tnnev "near" the center of( the pen.; Each pen served, and everyone present beartily to feet -,--- S
'.V' Over 'more .than' half(j pI >h Fleridipeninsula hum which.4.-offar "snore "ltallPor.ance i where', we should like to .ee The, day' X first onlitos pan I < Jiii8. ha* a slide window in Its wall-to furnish enjoyed the _occanioa. The party dispersed and leave are then cut into length of three '
each
if leave
( the <" of Ba. than'fruit/culture' .q'hs. the-' /'app1)the ortlativouirrigaion held br pl plow. light$ and to aid keeping the temperature at:about eheven"O'clock.. ( are far apart two "
thorny : I. will
,thickets tain climate'of the last few year*' ,,experiencCi ( tile pub The-. of these days don Ot FORPAROXYS.t! Q F,4IADAClihi, of -the.1oeeproolll right, This is answer) these cutting will exceed
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drainage afihe f.rmer draw
: ,tive ,plum.. trees are incontestable" Much lime should be devoted wrassels now* ,. done by either opening or closing} the Every Cterrt"oon' the 'gymnasium i hi' ot proper size in yield about 36 -
'y' dence of the adaptation Of .oil'an4'} -to the 'eultlvatiO of the, varioui lio,expense ; i if the government is te g< So back and forth and back and forth I ,Sodii Sali'cylat wjndo'wr\ 'ligluly. The .temperature, filled with students, and the boy while percent. M

climateto* the development t ol fth < motiey cropa-whlch .. tie highest importance Into, such,..operatioils .at all. Do nottaketba plcrwed' and plowed that daf. /, r Acetanilid s'.t, 4 t {aa gr. t ]j.'* should be kept at' about fifty degrees, away .their time; by Hinmng arOund the Cuttingwith do one and two lelves appear -
:..,:. Even for it brings into the statement as a joke. There f. tackled every, rock and, snag Chaff ei ?A 'ti- .-jj i.. u"' ', .gr **: and when the lamb are recent-ly, drop.ped indoor track B4 a prttty fast clip. Al to well"but the test was not ''F
of f fruit. the..uncared for
7 .' pro'duct county' and state'which' i i., *1>solutelj i* no doubt whatever that the expend!. -ared dispute my way; tat :-' it may be' something over fifty. The the training (for the Washington' birthday the considered, a fair one and therefore' '

t *, of(pstur* not seldom feach: developroent ne ..ar0 keep the machinery of the ture fast btth* 981 tv meridian (which Until the only critter left wa on old Ft"' Pul\. 'pr captuU J i"lf., t't; wallvritheirtiiMing in -njdo) and'the extremes" _idone indoors and A result Substitute is pot for'a given.Hot '
andV'eld' fruit possessing. ver) county and 'state revolving' ,whicli is the eastern of aid 'Amer. tnapl stump Sig., one
: commendable!e propertied means, contentment and happiness, Ira, according bundar irrigation.. Also' And .1?-I gave the team the. d,_ nd. :Iiev Jttr-oT,untir four have beet kre mutually to all.. .The monf inte-restralj l '" "" inner be firstcovCr.e1..wtUi. 11\ Tbe swimming pool I is fine, flnq stable manure, 'U''
'taken.i S wall a
;, ciation) 'Tf f took er on the jump ; dust, or tile ; may place. '
It i I., thirefor f ** sornewhat'syrprisinij part ol the meeting to 'me wilt ft be listen- pod t tq$of.tbermilon.(;' t holarro.: ) split in and through I went ,-. ;..WIIrf911: S1nktet. 1. ., D.. iisatldiiag pepqr-suuL IN" one and hat already been used kevera to the depth of.ia.jo 18 inches applying a.
that the cultivated* 'varietie.\vof the Japan : fog to ihe experience ojt those farmerswhpjwya rrigaliiig"and draining farms .iren Se but ha. slapped, kerwhack, .. i's---- with atraiglit-eaged1 boaras. in a warnclimate' times. The shower bath*, are all it Ihen water ai the manure i Is place '

type which have been 'demonstrated iadp) success in the., culUvation it-operationf .ulinerae"heit -product ?'.' Andgripped Jemimy' pantaloon. Roth... LaIt o-re..o only one wall is required but operation and it will not.be long before quantity place of on the convenient manure a proper ,
q.corn. sweet and I IrIsh potatot. be'' she'd l left this slack. bat be made tlght. /Water-. tlie students will have the advania'ge tone > any roughage;,
to possess such perfect adaptation!. 'by a larger volUle. wi' I 'right where 'Time-and time kgain have F been requested must / preferably wheat straw After __,,. '
onions, and 'veletblee' 'of every raised west of( it: tc The. 'team was going mpplicd to the sheeo in buckets, ..or' the finest gynmafiums in the a geii- '
double-quck-he tie -
and desirable' market properties, a10uld description, oats, cassava, come under-" the' Irrigation scheme, oxen b) subscriber,, f.hi"; pope t Lainjx 'fed :grain 'and 4raeculenc< soujh., > I warmth has'been developed place

)have received no 1rta favor an re rice, sugar cane, rtc. The Japanese while enormously enhancing their Value I, held; plungd oak handle-bar_1} to relate liow1 hothouse lambs art In troughs are Jrt the alley; ;iiul placed- ,. he of' about potatoes eight on incite the straw and to the depth '

i. .- ''mai *o insignificant i a feature o( our sugar cane'in-particular which has'so'rtcentTy and the prosperity.of( theowners, and gripped .'em good and .trona grown. In Jhe space :usually allotted high they ,r'tannot get their f feet inU Wandingtoil's birthday was appro old clothes anything of the cover kind with to "

I frit producing! *.business.. sprung Into Iuhh notice from therefore of( the nation at large, instead Ad th*r..1 was. the living 'twilt me' in tills ''paper I cannot tell oneourth.of < lietn'1: hey* must .UuveJllic.' ,,, alley tc priatelycelebrated on Saturday, the retain the '.moisture. Excessive heat
/I t ti IS adaptability to, to'
I ; < hi"I..rdy' .d,; of{ ietP 'ftjpublicexpense! stump and plow, because play in,"for exercise i.s fequisite to till 41st. t'be day'was most'too chilly for hould be cheeked with '
I Possibly the curculio has been the and its f 'tie necessary"detaila""but: will tepid water -
exeMlnf' ; competition 1 The cloth It .tuck there good and tlRb growth of muscle an&io health;jantistrMigihr lie'spectators but just right for tljp e '
bug-bear discouraging":more extensive.plum crop. i* rapidly becomi"f individual owner is very fool.h between those maple' jawa..*(, : tiow''give'tlie main points and wiL4UTi t, ,' A good thing for them tc who took pqrt in the athletic contests. poured over'the potatoes! and manure
i'hc. potatoesshould be
orchards' '.'. But-eternal known: throughout' Florida deed todd to his holdings whie.he fentimy. never planned 'on that, in making .. most of the details later when the) play with is on einpty'-b rrel.. with qn< The exercise began at about, two- an occasional application kept-of tepid moist by
.pyin" joining, Slid evendistant .statesas: J doe. nptJualf cultivate, half (for '' The (olowiug') the contests wai
\ .at pants, me,* Ton its side Inrty. '
the price of( lying
ha. become most lrlt have shipped ..1)albe needed. I or t'9tha.beadsptit. 'Set. In.a few day sprouts will appear C
cane toTrMrthisseason. 4lc now pretends to' crop. Why She 'em solid. of >h successful contestants:' loo-
.e. made? pet, course, < inomctimcs.tlier. maybe three or (ouiBinbs and- tlC|
der modern'conditions and it i i. doubtful ., be considered is the when the potatoes Should be removed
not the same principle exactly. apply.to 'The first thing to C. -11. Maguire: time
gave no guaranteeThat 1' with or two inside,, yard 'da1h, won by
If the'plum"I'more dependant on The farmers of Alabama and nation class of sheep to be used for this pur on top one to a bed ''constructed as- (bl-
a
Georlia. they stand a yank like that It ,is amusing to- them .er- JiseconUs; IJO-yard hurdle rac4, won '
.t I such 4ruticti thnbthnrfru1ta. Mississippi have much Inter As (for the arid public4 lanJ., the -but woul. clung and yelled; __ pose. I happen to reside in section when JsJt business see! ? They by Q II. MaKuire, time -*> seconds; howE: '
I sted and the acreage of Japanese cane greater .he, possibilities) ,of( ,Irrigation, Those Iti ' of f sheep country whet* ur'1.ll who form. a profitable' W. M, Construct a loose bed, slightly raised, 1
he and oxen Ifrown'eight ten week old * Of theAdesjfabilit of Iui in those1 *state and Florida will'be' surprisingly the greater the evil of doing it, at the --] pllnled and'tu.s.lecemlmy' keep sheep make' it a point to grow can Ue to i.ce O inches "Shot ut" won bobt three feet broad in i preferably ,

1 )it t.'.commercial, 'advantages.-. ..there- can.remain large,,I alone have furnished present stage of{"our.-history.at the And the almp'ame" ont\\, / t., these Iambi. This business commenced as tbeaply ss they-rioniha can in, when the oldwayrom'nix.to'ethht ihft lat-) $ry C; 4.teet li Magurre, ;jo feet; Quarter'nub rich saiidy soil. .Then- for each. la feet '
'no"I doubt., '.We were recently seed cane to plant over one uundredacres l pl i;>c, cost. If We could lock them all dirt and J'kcklR.r0tld -about' twelve ..year ago, and white I by C.-H, Maguire, timeminute'andt' of bed apply two pounds of kainit or a
1Whlle-bGtwu8e. race.'won
: told( 'iht'managerof 'df".he lar 'and (pect to. furnislienough to and forget their existence--fur atentury tonf'.1 t , I do not ketp-sheep-4nyself J ler'-brinll'.jI)1tQl $. seconds Kunniun hill pound of muriate of potash in lieu aI
by { I" ;
AlJ the .ffs loiiJf : 55
o fln4\ftJlI l ambg lfatf s. of f the kainit and and one-half af I
plant at least another hundred before to' come, the greatest industry But1 those pants 'weren't-yen( "started a'constant oMerver of( how',: : .way-nrt is broad won by .WM. ,Lec. 18 one
orchard 'in the, great Georgia $ according- i gnat I *
(he planting season is'over, the last ol/ a-xl.therefore the gre.tet by that most tremendous haul. it and know how it is done, fret race, won by pounds of acid -phosphate. Apply a
peac1tbelt.a"helr'plum had 'bent March. Much time should be devoted imereiit of the- greatest number, oj f this 'ere is truthful, been a persistent writer on tne subject where on' has great opportunity to display 4 inchrfHalfmile; lime minute and li light cOating of soil to th'e bed, which* '

.'' -more .. profitable by fa to graded stoclc raising as Florida isdettinejo Americans, would have a1 far brighter Anc,, "pro\'o some scoffer .east a doubt,, 1 n fact I am the oiic who rave these bin June Hkill.T No Will, becausenot.the business enough ever C.seconds.jI.| Maguire, "After,the individual 3 contests will prevent the fertilizer from injuring ,tB?
-' than thelpeacheB/anaVlhat heic-in-- become one of. th largest, future before it.than -now prsscnts it* t have saved the chip hewingn Jambs ihe (name--"hotb"uae"* Before be over ibasket ball between picked he potatoes Then place the potatoes
jnd the game
; f' crease:, f natjeamehereaftr? } : b if F nut the largest Mock producing staten self( to 'the farmer of the present day where (hey came and chopped me 'I. hat they were vario .'ly all d "winter pet I1'fhcniselves will eve I to take produce'the pain.the'to qualityof flualily teams from '"A" and *B" companies endwise in two parallel .row/one foot '
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the i Union in his and grandsons who should leaving between
ri.uJd1 the very near future and] -spns ambs:? "fall lambs. "spring lambs" lining part: proper space
out.' the
entirely io pluni, lamb thatthis class wealthy con- took place, two teams up asflows'
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The greatstock'kings-of the !fwestern every (0 follow the eitds of the potatoes. Then
> coyer
hav mducment'fila F.; Day, and l soniit-oIher'nnme. & "A"-Freeman, K, l.J; Bar.
res. . -I. drjllalldt Jt is svery.veasyand ; '
f variety Flor- his ( of . I nmers bout inches
bank plains already have their-eye-on fotHtfpa-From -55r.euI. Uefinilencns. about it. two deep.
j There .,uo Freemaii
c.; ).1 ) .. the EI4el.ior 'I Is doubt- Ida and with the advantages of our mild <.. M. Tucker I. ".Farmers'' National R.sdt.u.fi1fnr . because what was should a lamb becalm pleasant bUsmes:'The laniba-bring din D. ,1 H.g.i; Lee, f.B", c.; -iark.: J.K,,.g;f.;Clark Per.y Uy'developing a grdwing state before
tor'Forld life of 'our noilnd'seasons I Congress'MaconTGa. Oct. 0 as much now as they did twelv.'ycsrs5g0 Jr.
limatf and adaptability . in the fall and sold in the he potatoes art placed they are not ,
There J9 llniurlinld that was, born Lamb J. P. Brown, g.f(
are DrparlmfnllAmong i ,
i rely _._5." : when ..commenced writing about g.l c.J
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./ 1e. .tandad for the cultivation! of feed winter born in winter and sold in alit, to rot,on the bed. I have' tested the
,I/ Jew>r'1*'out.' than peache, and rops iof Stock superior to corn in The 'Al.b..a.* .toe'.", Aakeelft.. -the simple remedjes success thiS spring or 1 sefected "hothouse" because them. Of course'there is rnucli'perti- Welter, f. The halve five minute were fifteen' rest mm-be- plan with excellent results. If properly .

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f I' mmigralion and stockraising to our The annual',; meetmg'' the Alabama inp* there is no ether article so'useful oriTatid reared -4'< nilablfMBR '(e4gti upplied' when, I tee a,Demand for it;; wecnv "B" score wa team fouling sev- rom the loth to the Ijth of April they
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We lovely Florida, and nothing is power powdered borax. Ithas only to be week>--ih warm quarters, no mitliii is sullicient to give any inquir.- the company wih! tn this" climate -North Carolina),
time. com- ten I ,
a in
or "A"
vjL.Tbjr1. i. ee planting I enough to lop it, and. instead of iJve I Stock AasoQlatiol at Bjrming- issolved in warm water iuid a little 50.da matte'wliethw in-f.ll, winter or Iprmn. fir a start ir| thiif line, 1 ma willing to oral times which resulted compans's be> in ample time to produce a* lasje- '
; ,k meod. the plum if not for market at I &rying to stop the procession wemustordially ham on the 37th' and"-38th of last added to make an excellent wash for This i i. d finite. All kno" what the iswcr any special queries by mail. pro advantage. The official were ield. '* >

least lor home consumption; it gives u* invite them to come. was one of( the most interesting gatherings nasal) catarrh. One-fourth teaspoonful\ word mean. \ \. _. 9al..n Wilson, in Farm aJidIlome.We efferies, umpire and Stockbridge ef the,, time day Early Transplanting from'a'Hot Bed ,
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another early summer fruit useful in Another-industry wbldJwi soon made of r the progressive r fa'rmer of f with
; Florida is which Is water is about, fight. A few 'reproduce : ,aVov articleS be- doted an that draws early in the.
in warm ,is employedPlace l transplanted
been ifil'lal beat
and profitable many the that it !has cve .our any art | March being led
-1C- many form south Florida all th ad"alii. .less Hall, the Grand
- ) '' of ,he'most .vital Importance. While The roptt "glycerine may l he 1\ellor the .!iecr> in a tight; barn or shed or reaonable CRuse |1.t'H"t' ; season from a but bed were excelled,
wat. hey have been feeling their way along ploiiRurc ami privilege fo 'tend. I may"l'e u.t,1, with and the heat generated lies for producing, "luniliou lamlrs" by P. S. McClung and Miss Lilabfatt by those transplanted several week* laer '.
<\ attendance could not. uy of lonthinf'rel. spare "hollioimr., The condiIMM ._
"In the future iilioul the *
radually
a's very near Jbey "n." "I'hf nnstriN.In tttejr bodies will keep the ''p aoe from a cold Iwdf' the latter comnenced -
; Break' Ohst tk. '". will come jwkh n rush'and the next [ma'ginatinn, l be said lo lie large, but 1 sore throat, irritation of( the ton- by In 'fuel, it in more trouble to to iiucrcss. ami a hint as to profits ' . S _. running first. But if the vines
.1. ten', years, "almost, Inconceivable develiunents li t wa"'repr srnlative'and; .those prelent tilt, hoarseness or cough, gargle with kcep.tlie warm. cool enough than it i Is can be learned 'from Ur. Wilson, hut 30 Vp aaui Dolmg.Trom tad remained on the hbt bed until they '

t_ Florid can hail aspirl to. being iarmefs ', > will he made, because Florida were of that class of (farmers who. make teasuoonful.! o.l borax iljssolvcd in a to keep it kpuce\w.rnrnoulIb.. lint I ant.yandcrisi'irfroin the expense, can be ttrenily, reduced byIhe the Florida Agriculturist.In werg from three to four feet long the -
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r' .our bus tiTers ('nellc.menU' to various mane.actnrtflg .of their1 business, and, being cup of water. . iny-t<.ic. Grade Mer iaiural climate' tiulvamanes we |" -. yOur issue ofthe ittth; lust ap- ase might have been very different...Theicat
still eatimat season* b y.b, that no other staten a .lce\ . Het.. situ the 1 profits are pruportionatey friend A. E.Vck .
1 l.irritatlonnf, the skin and skin di.h.e. ino ewe and Southern ,,rams Are pears a letter from our of .thie.bed'would have materially
I -corn producing standard.:A-"good the Union can.offer. .We have ma- successful, an to-know.lioii theft bathe with waterift found( here to lie tlie best sheep (for JaiN Just over the line in Geor who want information in re- un down and consequently there would
op"r "bad copcrop" ", accept and waiting"to"be converted brother farmer .are doing,.and whore teaspoonful of powder "hklbra.a growing these lambs' For rich milk. gin tliii, business is already well eotab- gard to the successes of agriculturist have been but little difference between ". .,. ,

t 'ed a." ufikien characterization any mo1 cash'whichJ; require but a very willing to give others..the benefit water, has\ been dissolved.for < fldptomlich| of it, the Merinos are 'halted, cassava being the. finishing.-. feed lii the state. he temperature of the bed and that ,
of( corn-on
leaioN, and the yield mall outlay /if to establish a ) weak and inflamed wash ovine The "-Ed. of the surrounding oil. -
commonly the accepted j.IJitel Come the .bl i f tll experiences. With but two exception tyra/a the Tersie. of the race. 1.1. ": .j Titers are many who are successful
I la" moat the pick
land plsntfor boric .and lamb that . When the vines from the stubs
plrposl. who borax water wa- Southdown rams produce imply bjc utilizing .the advantages olered are cut
describing orestimating "the- speakers were men .jeld CO5R'
for it i I. ripff and enjoy Rome '
criterion dunr-while ;
: -- ''Ier is very beneficial.For will fatten at any age and are soon ripe. by a beneficent Creator and be- frosts two to four leaves may be left
; I -its- value or/producing Florida power:could and of f the benefits, of the new industries cauie to themseting' frpm between the I clecnsing; wounds or sores nolhng 'tot marketS : There 'u a pressing demand all overi log endowed with discretion and 'the on the stubs. Succor will soon ap-

'That the -( corn will hardly .'liich are springing into cxigttnce con- plow handles and irom the stock feeding , is. bpjtter.than a' weak. -solution of f fI They are small but plump; with good + soutli'for. corn. Men women and privilege of doing as we choose, were car, the top succor generally leading '

should producer more and that the nuatlyv without even of home coiv tlierunning., fire of( que -, orax. quarters and will sell! for more ,than children are needing for. bread. expected to study the situation When( this succor attains a length of

'J .be opposed by'of .nrne. acre (for the ; ..ide.tio"t most't|delightful advAntages add healthy! climate 'iqhe' tl pen.t each ol..e'had. "to' answer I As powdered borax is so generally larper Iambi that are more.bony and. lornesi hog, and chickens are needing tiid avail ourselves of f the opportunities three to four inches cut and remove 'a
average yield .om it Is do know It for .food.' CJirn.is scarce and th. Otis> joint and succor Jrora Jhe stub ,
be least doubled .can. that all thcre 'not for used for household purposes one less plump. I hear. *ut not offered., '
in tht ,
should at ; world. < bowed were
: Mate I N. II. u Fogg.Altamonle . of the remedies that can always be Chained to 'a certainty. that the little native estern Inrincr i Is getting rich selj'.ijt. __VVc ihoul4,1n these-tiines! of sharp hit a few days remove another joint and ---sr-
)hardly be of questioned.using-and working an acre L" ._ Springs. Feb. as, '9o3.a. plbj ure mefcly. but to learn as wel.romlnen. at a. moment's notice. buf it Is scrub ewes of the south, with South. cnn and flour to us" of the south. ompetition select a locality comparavelv succor, and *o on until all are taken .,

.- Think month for a return of( eigh'bu.lel.ol'corn - ._ I amonl. those who'' welt to keep some in the medicine do.et .- flown$ rams, produce fair hothouse But we arc eagerly-crying to' these immune from frost and wjiere These several cuttings may be rooted,
'-oT land five the-average yield Florida' Grown Olives, pnrtwas M. Souls .of the to prevenMhe possibility of the.-store lambs, wilh the- good quality'of being very farmer that we have the best we may obtain irrigation with the least ccording ,to plan that will soon be.iven. .

a needles indeed"disgracefulcondition From the iorida' ; Tennessee ural1otege a mal ram being exhausted first when Very apt.to breed early in the season.I section on eai-lh. We think they should expenditure of( money// Irrigation, may J wilt state here that when
{i. easily demonatrated Alriculturlatt who rank alol'wi" emergency in the medical line a-otildeinpliasize'ahe: fact that large .ieU out.and coma down here and help tot by many, considered essential, vines are cut.into proper length'the
i-i the fact that in. any (farming 1 notice, the last issue your most 'bridle of in the work of( the he al1.fo its immediate Ul. lambs are aot sought by that class of u r enjoy the scarcity of corn. but the- experience of_ last -season piece containing the, bud (this piece '
itnil
Jay it woirfd be well nigh im- itimablc paper has some article in for the'advancement, and so for the '"' ...' . Experience:' consumer* which is able-and willing to ).Now; we'tlink iti is plainly the duty (spring of' lyoajj; sb'Ows clearly that tould be longer than the others) will ,
,cOinnflhiLitY would the Olive, one in particular'fromrold livest&ck- interests \iD* 5 : : Fatness and .plump of F farmer .in-this'section where 'arc ightly exceed in yield any of the,"retaining ' '
; } to
find a farmer who THe south. : His ad, : pay long price,: every grow more orhthis veil we spt-
f 1 possible under normll to condition confess( tq ., friend Jame-Mott.think if greatest, good to/the' on thelubjectsor :1. .:' ,"Tblablag. 0...." ,. ', ", ."..hre the two essentials, when. tile year than, lie, ha* i been \,'doing ally blessed by Providence with regu- pieces i vw -: ;rA; '''ML'ii-,, ,

.' .produced so small a .crop seem to wescantgroW. .twaf Carefully 'prepared feed their Quiet the thinking lamha at/a slaughtered and.dressedand 'Jant; more acre* and makef more, per Inc seasons, drought sometimes 'causes Training thc Draw.yFromronv
'having thi. )live in Flor"a. andU-in. particular.where crops,; Iani. rylrl' ( < or : ., ,v ' "*'.; serious which lii.lie fourth to one-half of the lint of r' '
if forty farmer crop
Joss-to a
eight bnshels of xorn; and yet ( panish moss ''wilbrive. relative' feeditig value the saving of owers> What weigh twenty-five pounds.or f acre,_ m s-f j. :1-. , .' .the% "
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:.; must in I the silo difficult after little between Jhey .r. usually! sold by You easily do' both. is foresight could, obviate. raw* may be pulled off, leaving the
the average may growers I have seen,them growing and Feeds- in the hay mow and on a' first- deems a II can There '
i and not t the pound.' "._ We lands in abundance 'withwood residue to develop for cuttings. ,A
much ; : ruiting'to perfection not mile which questions he is probably without is an easy'and inviting tek.' the carcass by -no good reaionwhiy your-crop should have
fac prouce Je.-yarmer.re one-hal "r.ctcf Tho. going Into. the and marl ub-soils. under proper portion' of said draws may be .
mplating 'clay
prone I Ir rom the ocean in I exception the be-it authority in the instance the player, e--ro not average forty bushels pert acr .
r' "lot yield of )crops, yet wben"h5'fr.Ttion [ and the climate was hot enough and their south, and on the breeding of Jive'stocl leave the rbofn( ; becomes ibee..er. "u5inesi'neot. season should Jloort" b'e Prepare tim lanil wcJl. If you have laid with artesian water which can be transplanted for early potatoes; re-
r involve, the corn crop ten bushel seemed fully as damp -it is here Could he have,been permitted those who remain d.termin. upon looking about them for suitable .ewea.- !int I'. broken i it, deep" ten, or fifteenlUhes cheaply utilized for .irrigation, and love The roots from the residue of
acre is about as low as any .el -, 'heir to.be sure.I delivered his'address and quit what character or person he 'or she "watch of 1 your own and neigh therf lay,off -your rows and run hiclicoming to the surface at 76 -decrees raws'and root the-stem 49 folloWsiConstruct
.f inspecting Tarmer"w" confess.' Thl' I .ol w..difeen. Molt jump up he probably would not have "Occupied shal he assumed to be When he re'jrnr bors'- flock. Select such as described a* houR; 's ooter or sul_oil plow in the temperature will protect against in rich toil a narrow bed

r" ,Is.gd d'evidence that"he'i is fully swan nd "I never.e said they wouldn't more than, half an hour, if..that, but I T\u ia addressed a* if he were thendjvidnal and .three years oldto six -or. seven, tottoin jftf your rows. Then thrown any frosts 'which may occur- .- in that tight to twelve inches.broad. To root '
that he should have done better and I row ny in (Fiorina but they wouldn'truit. I 1* it was, with the questions asked and in question and from the and engage the first that dro.'lamh"1 Iwo furrows and do the name to cinity. unings shove them -down into the
.shamed l confes. bit owniault., ( j [ ." let's that inviered., he was kept 'on his fee for liararter of( the remarks addressed to because they will be most likely to 'I ')ich (it these and you will Have all I With this protection against drought loose soil, at least-one inch-apart, leavng - -'
1 These 0 .dmite factwhat ta- Wel. gentleman aee sent me a few the beter. parJ'of two hourI. this him he is supposed to guess who it,is breed early subsequent seasons. Buy; ''hl place to plant in. The water 'will nd cold .we nay with absolute certainty one joint) .above ground. 'To root'iccors
: can 11"1( theni. and how .In as thick as a is blt a of the way Alabama ie personates, This home amusement, them and' take them home with you. be right tinder yous- corn and that produce strawberries lettuce; cel- from the stubs, or draws after .4,
:1 be' $o changed that a bettet .cutings. say amal a. farmers use a good thing when aturally, has the whole range of his- Teach (he lambs to eat grain as soon : Will help resist .Jhe dry weather try, cauliflower, onions, egg-plant and he roots have been removed, leave Sta

.I. 4an.hey'. be-the ,rule? staw., say threadlike fO" Inche IonA., Nev- they get the chance. Other papersof ory and fiction choose from so-that as possible and furnish' them! with all I'ertilrj'e'' as well, as you are able, potatoes in' the winter and early spring proper portion of the b'ud above,
\t crop The')Tealtroubleiiesj; if i seem to ua,. ew dillo'1Ial. and th-Piclirolinc. I had mote than exception.1. note though all a variety of questions can be asked that Ihryj will eat, and that, wilJ be but a '$Sih! stable manure, cottonseed or lule'prices are high and the' demand fround. Settle the- soil with water and ,

In th", lact that-corn the'most' dithictUe *- been told so often that they wouldn't were good of Clarendon are either foolish or-'wise. as the case Jittl? By. (Ibis rnesn one may 'get his /nimercuil fcrdlizers..Ircak, ) the midKS. rcatest. Iraw loose earth around the plants. -

.1'i American ,crop tile one,with fruit in Florida I had a good mind to Davis, of Huntsville.Prof. E A. Bishop ; may be. For. example, suppo-y .flucenClizabelh lamb weaned very soon, Then turn at deep as you can, then IIant.at Why should not .our home farmers, If the weather be warm protect from "
1, whfen *..farmer.'are most .lan1iiStI them but I had already of( Talladega, I. .! I"oste of Tu- were the character selected. the ewes in s remote pasture out of the Illst four thousand stalks 'per acre. >ur native citizens, take advantage of lie sun for a few days by proper covring. -' ,

which' grows on the 'wideIPrnRe\o brow away things successfully a that I Clloosa. and DC.' C. .,, Gary, Auburn* Why did you remain a spinster? W. heatlnli r-tlu ..4aiuUiThC-riln.fed very line I a crust fornm run *ver ittlh / opportunity instead of leaving the Roots will soon, start Then ,
1 atolls en4' under the Ireaef..rlety.1 f arownlonl not do, concluded tory .' DWger. of the same place. y 6ur cousin as handsome as yourell to the lambs will more than pay for \( II wecder, until it.il 6 tq 8 inches field wide open' for the farmer from jig up the plant (don't pull them up)

cllmatle'condition: couple of them anyhow. They were adopted asklnl the Did you find flirting as I itself becameMbejr, can,"sooner br-.sojdj high, Then use cultivator or scrapes Visconsin\Jndi Ohio' and Illinois, nd transplant in the usual way. Cut-
'tomrnofi that the farmer who made a but growth in 1894 and legislature of the state to dog governlnl? Which would you prefer to the' butcher tand*..willvj ring 'Cp'ort'' i'1,I follow each with dust-board. as is. now being done I' hugs thus rooted, will live better and
a
''I other rop. g business and "row'j 895killed .mal both "to the ground, law, and-also to make further appropriations : plain ground or black vel- than. if grown itt the old way, '[Your corn will remain green and keep That, these 'people ''are coming to"us grOw off more readily than draws.
. a side.line ts-pxpne to< ,. but they thef came again and made for the 'state agricultural col-- ret?" These are a few of the quction.1h Place the ewes in a hilly pasture., I It( rowing in dry spells when corn not and utilizing these advantages IS'' cer- When practical 'Sweet potatoes should :
eor..a make corn; up r> and Frof, 'Bi.hop wer.'celected When correct poalble"with shade,trees ;fa plenty and' ain and 'one has onhP 'to' take a trio be
that, anvbody. can I, suite a growth fron that on and have leg* r..Cafy hat co id b uked ftcated this way will stop and turn yetThis > grown on a clover or'owpeaod
the QOtIQ1LOTPOJ5tOe5 or melons or not been hurt from eold..ince. Now preaide'nt' and secretary re. mess i I. person whese an- .clear, cool drinking water. Salt shouldbe (Ow. ' >" over the southern peninsula to be com that was heavily fertilized with potash *;
Whatever rrop he look to for cash reiiturnaireeeive bfle of f them is planted a few yards to ipectivcly, arid'Clarendon D vis was .wer leads to the'result must"In turn kept before tnanvten.Abcut 4juov 41 "' is Important. Keep the top vinced of theexact truthfulness of this nd phosphoric acid, in which case but '

), his chief atentlonn. .lbs north and the other about 'thevjame' 1 eleted. treasurer. The next meeting I ave the room and the game is so con- begin'to feed them a Jitle_ gram and ulverizcd and you will prevent the at erne nt. ; little further fertilizing will be needed, ,
corntnvleft.to.make Itself oft2tnrniVHit istance to the south of anloakj held -at' Montgomery.De- nued until -all-the players have..had continue, (<(feed grain d.ur)* lor tWQ vaporatinn of the moisture. Being thoroughly acquainted with cvcry If the above plan is impractical run ,
a'failure. ", i just coveted with Spanish tree, Funiak Breeze. their turn or, the game is ended. .As weeks then turn with them" similar Keep at this until your corn t ," is"I in foot of Florida,' I can tive much deep furrow four feet apart and place
mo. _
"og.ortheom.onest and piotjicrP fat. II to the north has not had any : : . I mater of course) the question* shouldiot fed ram or rams. Continue the grain full silk. We have never failed toRet nimble information in regard to this herein cord stalks, cotton stalk, corn

i I os,cttilts of th cndltio.jjthe prac'J are at all. the other given Marketlg JfvvltryDn' obvious, nor too misleading. feeding for two weeks (more, And from a good crop of corn--when we did and am-alway willing lo do" so. > robs or anything of the kind and cover
tlcet found on e m *r fam. of{ 1ot some care and is a tree now.ben, ia or- -*- J<>H. Hunh of Crawfordville.'wasn I T".y. in some way should indicate the the latter time until ifiine" to go into this 'way..' We wquld plants ,art.ofu i John fi. Stephens ghtly'' this should have been done

"brakln ptit the IIIIdle.! :' ti rflC IS (feet high and a spread of limb of the city, again this week and *.. cb.acer"' while at the same time put winter quarter or l la'mhti begin to drop \ crop this year early varieties such Jacksonville. Fla. .. early in the fall, but will yet pay well.
:. the fcrop"ih> and 'hot less than lo or'ia' with !long, sualwas full of.enthusiasm on the ie !ueler at lilt best using )I. witso only good pasturage lis needed, with'pl IS the AlWtmarle' Prolific You will. S. A few weeks'before planting time ap- S
'Tpre time and labot-ol! I the fann forcearelriven 1 .ett., subject of poultry-; poultry-raising, the greatest advantage.A "t.Y of pure.dpnki Ir. water, and all need if' rJy.-Sont\.rn. \ Cultivator, Pla.mta from I..d. ply'isi the drills covering a belt about .
to other 'crop.'Iheseason. is |iow. branche.is *s theICho marketing etc, OnMhe latter subject I. the salt they need. Sir. ]. S., Woodward -.- If. ,We S save in paslpublished a number a f foot broad, 600 to 800 pounds per
: .rw.rdtVork-6ehind.Jcorn' platitfnglimJ ng '' t.1 gObd subgea- H.w Way to Bake .D... of New York who has .Al(1'f.ealt..l ...... -
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( f' apread 01 limbs'. '. ie made some apecial. ( grown of articles on this subject!and have ere of a fertilizer containing nitrogen
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'.r..,:;.rtd."anybody:can nttke 1 Now cornea the 'point. Both fruitedthe : in, ,the T&la more hothouse lanaba',than any, ;,other That the'vocallon of Farming is claiming two per cent., actual potash seven per '
cor*" and ;'*o r" otle"flrrW'h season, and from the Pjcholine tons man."Inprcparing. Soak .. pint and a half- of white nan in the state recommend the fastng more of-onr young men than it ever alway| recommended,that' experiments ] ent. and available phosphoric acid six
past for in warm water, for 'about two mating of' before'-fa due the 'fact that it bas be m'aJe. Klsewbere, will find, this construct'
Walcned acrosMhe feld' t: gathered quite a ouantity, of( fruit, so poultry marke. hans proce to enco rake .: dill to you per> cent. At planting time
-- grass orco.tton .talh last: year:. :in ttiat we have had olive to eat all win- aid he, "put chickens of only one Put half of them into'the bean- the "Hexes in.warm weather that ft, he been uplifted diringthe last-few year week, .'an article cm'' Seedling IMilias. I I1jiererp low ridge on the 'drill and transplant' .
ll.iststr'.p.-ot.. ; hall prepared ground th and of them were fine alan, In .coop, as tear as possible. Even-if pot and.season; with salt, pepper, a lt.tle'mustard would keep the' ewe without food for by the distribution ol.the seeds of agriUltlirjllscicnrf. 'ntanyptfieLjgweyig44flSI. ie gutting* jn '*" nal w y, 1.) tn lgf '

'seed corn droppedL Then other crdpsarejauended tt; vero.ome.In .California.. So you see you arc shipping several diferent kinds a good tablespoon of II_ i-i "J j5QLkyiJJen' turn thy ram ( .,tlirnngh the nrcss.and .' be inches apart. '. u /
.to- :.The.-tn <"fi'.wiltbrokeo : >, they did fruit, most o' no'moss, to 'bl*.man separate putting all teel'hiiiadd.nd ha\ut1f|f with. them. I have n4t leen this tested, through the many excellent agriculluralollege ornamental! plantS that may easily Bryan Tyson.Carthage '

_out later,when ihera.U nothing, {Now will home one be kind enough or dark In. ORe-iiinii"inritttrrwhite but'Mr. R. ought to now. *, and experiment Rations al the grownlfrorn peed Two of the easiest N. C5-a ,,,
o"" This time {requentl.v'ol.n4ms to, tell uhQwLtOpreparetheiflrafliF or ight .COlor in another. same seasoning, on lop, -.n the -re In winter both the ewes and their different .slates.: It require years of I to grow, are perhaps Abutilons'and Geraniums '

beto four..r fv, ; "" ; gatherthem' ''W.ut Theyahiwepnukh bt.r..n Wlv. mainder'of, the tnma\ pouril .In '; lambs need some cind succulent >atient 'endeavor to advance a science BotIt5hQuJ-be! .tarfcd-early. B.*t $.lU.gM_ I a' '
{ itself.,on i land, Ji-WMI'O brine. Some were.fine more' genera) .atls aitly half a cup mol.se.; r feed and summer i iit. < the time togrowIt' 4.far-reaching a.that tel,farming and '' ' S
-- .where a little assistance from the farmer 'om 3fn6tte "od'- But all! good. r' ('Si bl4b*'akilhf's'i with boiling.water an4 bake al""day.A. Corn ensilage is sweet and it demands that the,, students",.1 ;this I I3 LW'nCC( to ,be planted out under a' From the Florida Agriculturist.( "
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ould resulted. In, threecr.. Me tuptwatjlitfri f icerUllt tupelo f.uied. !ionei being, the- water i I. ,absorbed-. .snore properly cured wi r i. answer.* Other science be persevering and intelligent; lath, or cloth5 covered shelter as they Having had experience--selling-mel

fou* time 1ae t l., yield _.. ,, tfathet, tu4i.if"W8t' gMlrc, uite f t larkU QI ei 1 4 9ts ..I.t from time' to lime.. aTo.t. -'. thing are beets, turnips,- carrots and pending not ,months'-nor-, day*. but Will nqt thrive if exposed to the ons on the docks at New York 1. have in
4 Break out middles!,It(you cannot ripe were so good a*, those.gathered . nd .) "Ef oriel in 'an othet. a few kind of. robtj.' 'The hay maybe cars, in:jbtirsearch, :for agriculturalknowledje lull-glito ,of f our summer sun concluded to offer a few suggestions.
A lot varieties.Many
I several sires of sntaller alfalfa, theagricultural.res the-best selling: ,
the whole numbe si.t 'partly ripe' Then I B..I.tal.Tak early-cut clovert'cowpea or : Through Florida' Poincianas regard to -
.[properly prepare the size'i ,reulr..to( \iu with occasional feeds of meadow hay student are Of specialties grower make a mistakein..
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...plannedcultivate; (So eTlves fcr %ipmui tk on \ a steak from tiC round of beef, every y ar..manynew "
grow
'f"I" acre nuniber.--* .cot less..t inlU.ave after opefcan atU inossJ t>ilWj>.. If f peoplet Uild JWIowi.tujt odeth/! y on 'a and :gash ;U ,all rowen and straw falrndst- any kind for enrolled who would otherwise accept asa Afistolochia* and ,Ipomoeas are:easily planting the varieties that they like a '

S Li! bushelJrom half an acre,,than to,work lAnd I O.sli'rf the (vggestion. would not only get more (for them bu .p/ed'il "bard ', '" cracker-,. a variety.Th; gr In may be oats, barley more desirable occupation\ than farm-' and cheaply grown (from seed.,.,This Jist best, such a. the Rattlesnake, Florida
;" whole acre for the: wme erop.: r.WcH .--'' that the"gooU''people around Miami.on their customers would ." moth. better\ ver.' Make ,.,> stuffing bt'& corn bran oil meal or a mixtureof lug, a clerkshlp.a teacher'* position or might ,he, greatly"! enlarged," but each Favorite, etc/1 '
A-:- "a. begun I I. done." "Bot half ,, the ', land of Dido, county, $atisfied.-TalTahassean.. crumbs.salt, pepper, butter,"a pinch .of any'1of; them.Like all Other stoclc any of the already over-crowded places for, himself herself Buyer in New'York demand a roundmelon ,
:"f I todAin. i bal.". Brtak, *ot thenniddleil rocky them much better than we 5 .. I sage/, and- cloves mojsten,: with-_(4r sheep do best to have a variety of .to ,be found In the city..' r one can do that or notwithstanding the fact that the ,
J 5 i.'neye can.. grow : ... c. ., ' fond 01 bean this 1 is Agriculturecapturingmore by consulting the seed catalogue melon the. best eating. The
-S can have'amid.thi* Lakemont,Region, J. and thickly ou th. ,stealU, Rollftupandskewer feed*. They are very Why change Why long are
"J Swsad.a1rsu4.waterswiIl ef f Und1 hills' extending (from Hallei As'so trouble ha been 1n Veepng I spread: calf potla'- and those who grow bean and of the.e'bright'young Seeds should bs1 started earlier, an Triumtfi i is the poorest telling pound 5I
: ..bu&tbes. lake.i bit 6n''the"'north' to Avon Parkon j cowpess.good, that I is' free' from tightlyPutta keep cheep always eave the bean hulling men and'women! than'ever before ]Bt- Florida,than at the -north, melon. '
i t t -m t't'op. .entl' A\a: ,I I can't help But think 1 I'weevil from one.seison to anolher.I of tomato in a' double-boiler and cook and give the animal an occasional feed I cause the-Vork of yeafs i is bearing fruit. I The improved whits-seeded JCoIb
: S be ,le : tbeirwork') .The''l t tn -40tb the 'rocky land of Dade ried aitexperimentIwhich' resulted, in the roll in' I it foe several hours, till say of it.. Too much of it must not be led.Jrne Education in ihis'.line h. 'plaeed the S Church '-Do you believe thatmiserylovej Gem is the best selling melon crown
>1 perf'us. nlt better adapted to their.culture than 1 perfect /iatisfaetioAfter the' pea tender.,, When "ready to'serve lilt out for it causes an undue looseness ' vocation -of farming before these "In- 'conlpanyf Gotham-We'VI' Believe in Florida.:"'.This ; melon b-': known:; '

''delay less will tfM' bll No amount ar the*' land in this Lak :, were ripe and dry on the vine* I gathered onto .a patter, remove-, the >skewer of the bowels,, One light feed a elligent 1 Individuals in Its true light it. love the New York Elevated among the commission men i as, the .

e' ,'the ltivation/of.'work: can .makeUP S Now,,Mr. Editor,'I am mot. Regio them put them, in' barrel until and, pour th, tomato, which shouKJbe day )I. about right More inspiring uplifting article may Railroad] Company.-rYonker.StateThe'.mUienn'ium *- "Strioe.** -: __ '-' ' :
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S and 'their if and friend\ Motta ample of the hey were perfectly I,.dry. then took common . quite thick over and around h> 'Onewill want prepare winter ouar h 'follnd In the agricultural papers today man.. - ',The "Original Jumbo" seeds furnished .
.o'.the.delayln'atarlo., '. you fruit 3est.youplight-.be-akeotteal about .aackagraia.an&.1Ied) in.JlJt jor I ..ve-t.. d' both-ttci.a4, - ler* In the summer so "ss.io be sure to than ever before. The beauties of '- _- -. . by Moore' $imon." Philadelphia,
k_ I..r deep'bal" -, .. eight"inches with pea then pubs little found them'dell. loua.'. ,. ,' Jiave thein ready in -season.-- .In cold (arm liie'are' depicted enthusiastiC ; will. be 'at,1 hand known among the ''commission a* the
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S .bJo.cultvation, are utterlyS them.1 ., -, n' ttir. lael(.-a;lime-. d-*a *nr s1t.rsat.lypeas ; iQIMr ., '-' --s .L Climates$ an, ideal sheep barn' fowl; this hands. Methods are'y.isnging and pro ,whes.people, instead of asking whajt a "Black'Spanish" is the belt selling met-,,
S. '"dla.able with any makeshift breaking ."P < and lime, then tidu .thesckatight -... !Png.s.. li.sd4b.t"7' purpose is thirty-six feet :wide'in the gressiveneii demands that -the; wide man.ia -vorth.-can ,find out by looking on that has been put on the market

( : 1of f the the.trop I plmt; 1 4nt.. F.". ._' and bung 'up in dry Ibed'away ''fwt' mttfey.MedfcilK -Mdt- clears and long enough (o accommodatet awake farmer keep up with the time). aU. his tAxrecipts, The melon is round witb-a, bluish black '
mlddle.re S I' M.t .#i4& Ias* Tons be wall where nothing cvHbl'M *The folloinlf'prescription i. lp'aii number of f sheep kept. TlR lower Thisin, itself lsan"attrcttondiffeftnt S -* ( rind. -. The flesh i is a beautiful red and
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-r'' 'ed't, vi:-- :_,' "" *tfc f Iarw4tt5rnalUhWasY' kept?are pqw inTaood adult$ -and 'tnpUot Hnderrahy.ci story U for, the sheep pens and the front the old-time drudgery hkh, chart Forraan of the tocked-in jury (impatiently excellent eating. The rind i is thin and
4 ,: ) 1arens" 2itu4. JiisitiIsitTby\ dem'ea'f AreevB I tlem Also st. bf. ciiiFtGilAj haft .Ior.tbe fodder, and bedding.' An acterized farming .*-few-year ago and )- -The rest of n* r agreed and tough which snakes it a good shippers
; 4. l liarW doar-t 4r-nW .. It ,-1 <"- alleyway extends, through. the -centertrjhVise drove many of thejive. progresitoVingsonaol Vou, would AetbtaIas-we44oIIL, < you I hav never"seen any grown in-Flor- '. '

S From Uw'-JPtorlda' S'tvf. tIe ntu4" irrigation anyhow,.and.that amtt' .mtpJrlc.- lbp arv V ; | .' "'j-'Vjj' :, ,. ,;;"cgr:102. ,,and is four feet wider; -with t the soil',to.the.cities,iAln sari had-M! ounce, of j brain*. Obstinate ida but if it could be" grown here it

S r.The'Fannar*, )._ Orlasdot.te If would itu4'jt't tbe irest.weihoifld cry no. know. p. thi*: PI. t [jnotarodiwlf .y Aioui .*'f;, xfjM t.f 4 : pension 5 each .Id., sixten by -sixteenfeet. ealtunil'..dence -tloe, 'now 'n4 'that Juror' (refltctrvelyH that'"just the would pay melon grower- fully fifty S
held at th*" cr.J IA j ( -i .t. T yllirt 6" -Thii will accommodate fourteen which instructv Oc'e'upie* Jmd, broaden cent, to.growjlhi* variety-,_, _
;, l'CiZSii ardent to. .. , try \ :: ( < podop -'p." ,.KI'I trouble,1I've; got more than q ouncejjieav per ; j
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S 'March '3rd a (ntdouMcoiyssu "cqe , e "' 'S..". q. t, 1 1Eas: lIadon1i..v.. ,t..cr. ewes and 'Jfhf'a lambs ;"The,division,ot the mind./and at .tile, ._.t o.1n its -' '-I- it----' ; S

fe- b thc t.ytSssKe : t We.lt **t mied belk4,1inLeteptybta )tHe-orkja t ''j i3.- '; H. .j .f.: .. the pen are'made.by rack lor. hay two practical/application// ,td'eyery-day 11ft ? 'rOl theJworld today.aid,anew Orange.Bend.. : I'.What :

eye.. ,1. r nttto'1I 1at -FL. 0.; JMt'T et>wide with J a-;floor in them nine-i on the farm remnnerates as'welL.The ; )dea Leads Jhe? world, progress; ,
S ty'' ?&f / 'jde" pd tritqPp,1n .hl" l'bu I IS Ij .!' .Pft' . 'II: lrJ- '1))l jn inches above the ground and- the result-wean progress,.and progress fn hence'the man wittTrldeas.is .the.real nice.old. world this ""would be'if .f':

S W, **f., g.WltIOt..b.: 1'9 I 111. "'' ,, cb .'art 'two-: re 'wide'/ : all<'" high. .ltlcl, .'means', proeperit--. everybody were a* polite'a political '

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.-_"- . TtpqON. NO. 11rBi.uui 1 "loD. ,.1-..MM heVtMMttwttM ;'1slaleoc : C . .EVERYDAY. - 1T4ui1ngthi.weekel . .. 0.. ., lhwlon'- r' .

oous y *et, and to .", L 501tb. 1' ,
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,ome.ivily.. UaittterrWIMMSII. COO.' HuUeI.I''.) : .: wW ofAeverftliboutana foe few year*,grow:farming to be Melon a town; Five j Per C n t. S Belle. March C. Wiley 1th.Mra.will) dem-'. .'. iEEIS T- Aermotor ,.

,Inhabitant
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,acre* 6lng ,
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PIiorBnITo detennlned '
mor* oren (
.W..B.HAJIIUs. . by the effort of1 the c1tLina.0 U Twenty Year 'Gold, Bond about Ralston., WIJl D-

.- .. ... ErPOUPID. Editor.Itntored . la addition to the above tblocation Purina ''Cereals' and .Purina .

M th. .toII.la Klwlnnoo, ,1'1'1-. IM one or more railways it CIa e AMtlrar paltry M4 tot Mr. W.tilling -I ,HeaithFlowTt I 9Pt! STUML".,.
.sooond-oUoi moll muter.nb .- tr C_tTw tY.. Gai4 oitry .
s ; : trough line between Important point I ;
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-- rr-- 10.000 Iu4 rii mimMCU -- "PO _
I $ irlbo-o wilt VI.-notirjp Us offlo. tl b.ae water,navigation. good build- .r M<|s.d.7V:lm ra ThU<.4 by farm TM of*l BoUcy ts tAll>Mtaadrruvit PURINAMILLSrasiyaifsMs +++*+++++++++++*++++++++ -c JIIILLS.TANKS[

U ev foil lo cot.tho popor. ..'.rl.. tog .Ita;.caD be furnished with pure '_ro_C_vtmf. New Vark._ !I. _.. I IJ ., .
all eominuol"atl>>n xot from our onlhor.lood -W roller tlw c an wilt IMM $TXOUBJtaA
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ourroipondonM wuu 0 ilKDod rWK \It. .IAIr. and ha*,, good drainage, then =-"u. 'Se, tt r. Tvralr-V<'f r Fi 'Tumduts' In ToWti.

k )oaU4julor'' iu'; D* ;tu..w inloole such a place can be made populous : S '_. *" .troK which vtll.-I. SMS I :
>n4 lor.? V 'i city provided the proper effort made I IQ.aA.I" wuTh. ddot kJeod'wa! \ '7mtn 1 : I .
TK lu> .
r mpnnibl| for oplnlovs* I
pr uod br earronpOBdiinw... .. '-, and Its natural advantage* fully utll- IShM i Rme' lire jj-. \. PUMPS '
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-Adrortlotaa.rotot. no>he.h" on *ppllctlan. bed: 'Any' observing' 'wan who ,has . 1 ; I t f L1t4' T OAT"I -. TI''pa'
- Standard Oil I\6/ ETC
ravened this I I I...,Apt For CompanyCha Y ETC '
; continent from
'BUBSCB.1FTIOMOBeo ".1&1. the Atlantic If yrfn..de.ir. to know 'OtI whit tennis I I LOAt of' PURINA l
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T. one .,,, .;; to th* Pacific or from "Alas Contractor for .
C'tb:[ : 't: Minneap7 m csai contract foe parchsWltrf PrCeat I BREAD will be given fro*
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Ooooopir.olK .: .,::.: .: oUt to the Rloll1'aod.&Dd .. 5 -
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4 - .. JI6 .Igated. the cause producing or building Geld BoodA dcllversbl toyoaraslf I :!t! 'with every purchase of two ArtesianAKD .
4 -- 1. of Ralston..Purini -
.FrIdyjarch3'' cities% eannot fall to Dot.Ioe.that 1* twenty year or' te yoar family 1 packages I M :
1903. Cereals at ; -
"- KlMlmmee naturally posses*** all necessary I bolMdlatAtl1.1ia i cse'of your death,'sUU' I .I '

-. --:- -: .,- advantages .or resource to the amount of cannel lneo n..yo* wish [[4 '. ..!L T Waters & Qrsoa'S CFp. Co.iueeuI.. Y llirw t ,,Pnmp Wells.KlaalBsno .
make an OOJDmel'Olalplace.
THE'rtOTUDA active busy 1
will
,tnaisLATCBB convene to secure for yourself twenty yearn hence .
on'UM first Tuoda; InTtprllnest, a* large a* any'of the ordinary and give date of yoerUrth. _'Ill- - n .... __"_.___. ." I. bI I Ii -

being ibti.lth day ot the ald pionth tbterior cltle* of the older State. 'll'' A- -5- ,FI*' 40D

_, j-, If inch consuraatlon Ir desired it .
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. BBOTHEB"jLfTM": BHTTM of. of a u. I.> certainly within our reach; Klsslm CECIL WILLCOX-Manager; s -S. _5 .1
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'loa New-Enterprl.-ba* been.,nominated -' wee even now 1 I. a beautifulattractive M-TILL R: Agent.Jacksonville Klsslmmee., JI'' !..!.. E. "JJ.- W. THOMPSON. i! I ::.M, ptIf.r&co. ,T>UttlUf,_ .' 'Ci. :: ; : ; : !I ,4t 50

place. the north end *'
by the DemOOl'.. of that :town 'Its-location, on '-- THEOLO RELIABLE *,
; '&* tbelr candidate/ for )Major Our. of Lake TohopekaUga, with lire numerott f' UNDERTAKE ; and EKiBALMER :. : Orrr.\\
{ '! :ii-- -IItvIRgLD ,,0N1Y BYi '
congratulation. are extended to 'the, Islands In view, lu woodland alan
park running from the business ... I J rrof s n aWdsJn ; U$B or- -4 : 1 I : '. BOimt
cltlxen of that town; they ,tnad no E SEE'rS .A. C C'XT. ,' :3e i A E. : P.
mistake la 'putting1 Smith at the ..beadof to the, beach, iU fine StrceU, good BEARDENWW : : pOY4 Ore.

Ifit '. .their. niunlolpat. affair*.,' road.' for driving or bicycling, tu famous - '-.-- -i. = Ladles! and.Gents' Burial! Bole's -- nOD i
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golf ground and .el.laII'boiiee :
-- N1CB5 LINE FCRNITURB AND istOr
THE 1- of the Stetson. University adorned wIth w4IJI'' kept, lawns and Pt.- VANS Ad NEW, e" BTANDAEDLflKWINa MACHINES.OkDKIW = .11V : - ,

ban had their aay In which I ahrub, all present a SCene *o Invitingas BY MAIL OBTKLROtBAFHGIVEN = lpw V- w--wF't ."' ww-- 4 .:

they not only' exonerate,Dr/Forbes 01 to call forth praise and admiration I I ATTORNEY AT LAW....., J f raOMPT ATT.HTIO*. .Docs,.aEPUaUtO AID.PACK."O' , N. SMZTH. F. c.' J. W. LKSCTOL .. I hiM

;_ the charge*' 'mad. againlct him bu frciu(."..' visitor.. The foundation I AND NOTTAMV PUBLIC, .1-I '. PUILIfITliaa.! .. .' I e :. 4 LJ! : -. '

KIbSIMMEE. FLA' E Afr.HT FOB TB. OBOROB W. CLARK: CO' MOMOMBIIT HtAD.TOWza< = Monumental Works '
intimate 1 the affair la nothing more Indeed the corner-stone. for a, 'olty 1* AciD IcoN PEiCLL i' The Tampa ,1 j : A

r than a mallclou persecution upon tile t already J Jeld\ the belghth breadth, dimensions 4

part of the Stetsons.' .Tl bad enough I. of the building time"to' be DR.J. .VIMPSQN ULL1LULt.1LtIL1IL11hhhhhtL1t1Lt11L1MLhhhh1W: ;, -" - MANUAOTURSOFMarble < -

\, fn>m 'any ..t.&IIpoln".nd.. it'. appear p occupied-in construction merely* a .DENTIST. ,. Granite Monuments .< : -

c to u* that tb. least now laid of it t will question ofpur activity. Office over-O.o.ola-Pharms T. # ,

be best for.alt parties'concerned.THE In'bulldlng city Industries must besought . "I .
: . OmcKHouitsiOOa ux. 12 m.I .
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., : -- : for to employ labor,and these 1:30 to 6: p. m. S C v, .Headstones and Tablets. : ? *J .5 'aIS

PBOPTLB of 5artow are mdtlng industries-must be\of .character for. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
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towards the formation ofa 'tock I whleh.our section Is peculiarly adapted. . Telephone No. It Jnn 6, lyr' : 'MAYNARD ..L.UMBERQb.. ? C05 Harrison'Street-., Tampa,;ForldJ" i. j POWDER ,''Woaidaj
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,, company for the purpoco of erecting r .' Manufacturing fifrnlture has I r ? .. Absolutetr Pure

a cold storage- -and met packlnjplant. '] made.a city of Grand Rapids; Mich.:! M.J. Mlchs' -. C. W. 5.sieses ? Bl.k! hen Poaoloa; aBotloutos s .
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;. .. They arej>a the .1''right* Una..This iron work-of Birmingham; cereal of HICKS A. HOLLOWAY.Physlclalls..nd Saw and Planing Mills[ I INow I- 1 .>.-Holldloi . rBrolokooVA . "1;_ S .

Kalamazoo and 01 ,
: v ectlonned such.companies ; elgan shipping Surgeons 7 11 "

.-I.- uch enterprises develop It* in Tampa; smelters, of Denver; clock, Office Oeoeola Fharmar _.__-_-_. _-__ -A.A-+--AA.A, :

It .terests., and .resource, and we are, cattle, sheep and hogs has"made'"conspicuous Call jBuwered over day or nlgdC ; In operation, Complete'House Dill. Furnished.. . '' .. -..' .
and Lumber of all Kind 3 S.
Yellow and Pitch, Pine Timber
to all the world Omaha St.Jo _.. PHONES' : : .
: ,pleased to see our neighbors pushing r ? .. ucsipcNCB
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this good thing- along', and hop too, Sioux City Kansas City. aneVCblcago -I .Hick, No.Office 40. Holloway,"No. ... Onc ; -.I I .T. JBd T. .r : ep Well

'.ee the people of Klsslmmee infeote I ,.and In a limited senae For Phone Ko. 3. _
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: with the ameoomplalnb 4THERB Worth',4, Louisville Cincinnati. i P *. "'O''A_'. MAYNARD LUMBER, ; Co. .E : . j.i

Competition II. now so strong that I' ,. pb.tea sad aa---I .. moos ead .IroB have Many booa Inaoparabl,
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rofjo ALL CALLS ......... : A A slam lid CrooUoo and waoa la porfoot .bar.manor .
< is money, enough in no Industrial..enterprise can provi I I. ; '
. -LES. miss porteok hoslth asS atraasth. Or.
..._ pton.3. GftIGo.. .. .. BRANDIES
..: .Osoeola county to put up and operate successful save in sections where the I -- G WINES. G UartoVa lies Tooto Is oolonlalod to ptoaainthU .
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half a dozen cold and raw material i* abundant, shipping KMBIMMKE.PLA.JJR. S kart&onr.ovpfJrtnc to.blood with hoe U i
storage packing "TH .
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e :: I- 'o. .- roper Sans BBd .__ Iron ba.alwanbooo
'establishment canning, factories, or facllltle good taxes within bounds,, : L WHISKIES ..hCiGARtS : L J, Said 55 5 blood toola bvt II reaaalBodlor
A. ;. STEVENS, TAN NER'S ( iI J: Dr.-_ to eiororer and __
7r- Unlllar Industries that 1 I. doing..no ollmaje favorable, and labor to be obtained : porfoot a

good whatever. Idleness. Is'no part at minimum rate. With these: ...DKMTIST..'.. N E E. '- ef lea bait o*lien aoontvry sad oUttrtOBtolafTodleata... provoa that Dr.Barteri A trial ,&. uii

ot the (purpOce.ot money) Idle money positive restrictions a* to Industrie WOODIYARDj AND IraaToateta ..._Jtood.ri.or. ifootof *>- ii

is bu..Wlaleou and those who bav or avocation there are only a'few I Gas Admlnttteredi '- TOBACCOS'S the Die we are... aowMfrnea ampere or Inv
blood. Tb.blood ooTTioo Bapaaaarr. -
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'. ,U'.hO ld read the parable thereof. I I that we can Introduce In.t.bl. .section,. ome. )Hours: ).30 .A. ". to, "" .Dd SEWINGNACHINE. 'S :to iveny pars ISO body. IfltfoUato"sas tag

we we have'\ It, it was given Only In with a reasonable chance for success, ORLANDO. ,.,'; o"RIDA Anheuser-Busiti Beet 'A:' Iiyta ao.s iosaa port.of_the tecH_itoo aaooklao_ia(5tn5.will la*. t:

r 'trust and w. should .be satisfied In it* %but fortunately they are susceptible o' Do by thooe who aoV Boa-t wait BBtU ran ales* e5.. .es. flU. .5.0

seton only wbeo-lt lila ) clr'oulatlon. unlimited enlargement, and of a- nature ,0 bd-e "a '
lively .rt. HarhUie fo ON AND ID.TT L E D. r JJjr"
: A, ; ., ,"' "%,' to benefit not only KlsslmmeeOsoeola -M.. \VJLLSON JR., ,:.o Thlaklud'cf a machine_' fCLEI MONaT No. B B.Ulrau L DtA.UGt1 L I
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of
: county _an,4. South- Florida S NorAaY' PUBLIC... ) be.bgt. f u*casey our ... -1 l! O only found' In Kisaimmee on Btaadwar' 0. k at
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'. The'nan.8 of-Ion. Lewi* W, Zlm, of but when In operation will"pro. serviceable STATK' LAROK. 1.01,180 ._- .. - C b Dr.Harter's :.ju
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% SU-John 1 I.' used by'' to entire State.First we la. 4VaAIC I ,Street .at 't }BRICK BAR BUILDING.R. I .
% . County, being our Real Estate Agent. and. rlnaorood' .el..r lo .., ) O O B
MEW HOME IS I' '
a' the State Prew.ln connection with the of all, the tourist business., already KISSIMMKK. FLORIPA THE THE lE. ieteI, towB.o.a .* S u .

?7 Commlsslooecsblp at the Bt; Louis commenced and in a slight degree Tb.Fo determine* the a O ?r u u31__ rn J N .

w Fair In th."enlt"of'f an appropriation favorably-known tb the public, J.W. HARWELL, 'I> mbie Ve 8wluw'Ma'hn.other T. BULERNJ( : ironTomcf: :: ; S

; - being made for the saane at the should be encouraged and.tattered b1; strung point lUshes the New Hossletb L . i all

.ensuing .ei.Lot the ,Legislature. every citizen. A* a base for -hunUnj JU TIC. OF THB FlACK *.P boat Hewing Machine to bT.W Georgia SDntherflurtda L '., .* ,
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.. ,)Mr.-Zlm' practical talk. on agriculture ]I. or fishing, yachting, rowing or sculling NOTARY. PUBLIC STATE AT LAROMAKRIAOK i showing t. 4U- ..: -S : : : :.:: Bad keep wIlL ,ni.aoriOBtiBooo>potnd tent .iDS .
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; In: hi. original' "DatIV Pepper"', there I. no better in the State, o r A SPBCIALTY 111W fo I CIRCUlRS $frr..i1 eInp Ma.bla.S. tyl. I .1.. COAst. aorooa "atoko.ooll kofura nolneaatmral, of ...

g' ""V.n brought him Into notoriety," not only i in the South; in fact, w* are modest.i Office on Stewart Avenue _.... ".uwAu. 'UVE" HOUTB. I ATLANTIC LINERAILROAD COSCkEDOUC fro with other toad. tarrodtootB,''-a polio. ""..
Bood.mrlAoraod boalih buudttk
'In Florida, bat throughout-The conn.trjr I. not claiming It superior to any In the KISMMMEE . AFLA. < BCIIEDULK U ErPJC JAKUAKY f. Inn. .. -" - '>i firb.rollowlBoUoo.of .Jk'

Uot The water of KUelm( _. . TH 1UW IOII ..EWIMM1CIIRICO.Baan . JWKle' riir -. wnlnk, : IK JAMVAKV 4. MO*. Tkonaaarti of similar -
and It I. safe to icy that bets eminently I. n. drinking - --- ------t-- Step "IC .
*. ..... l.vPoi.ik., ........ CI) p . S aodoraaBMBta of DC ToBle tsp
fitted to get vp such a display mee 1 I. a feature that should be widely: School, Board Froceedlsica.Klsslmmoe m U"1 H.Y.JbtoaoIlL.'AUBBtB,0 LvJ.ek.ouvti. .. S 00Dm7 o MiiiArVildopli. ,0. I itt 9J li 'I' . .'j IV : s t wo bare riaalrid. a this old \ _

of the resource of Florida a* would made known. It"ls not only free from ,.Fla., Man S, 1903 1. ,., )aJloaT.xHonfOSj O Million ... . linpm 11 Mora IiMp . 0* Ma M. *amp 441* 4 4 OUp lap .1...,... LT.i..i..TaaiM I.v..T&iipaRV Ho4ei..A.......,1JA*%, .;.. .Tl 12 II"I t 2.VS hOC 'IC I rauaMa. rooMdy dooa alt lhat Is alalaad for IU

' most fa.onbllmprell the. prospeo- microbe or any deleterious. substances The' Board .of Public Instruction ._ a.u. *V Ar >>' . 4 II lop t S tp ..... .... .' .
:: there being H. C. Stanford : Ar M.k.oU \ .. Up Ar..k.I..4 4t a 3
but bat:] met . f. .. .. .... .lu. AJtor aavtn'sold Ufo .
, - Li,. n.; used-externally a* a present 0. Oria : .. k.top yesa ....3.1." I .. _.. ..k Dr. 1
".' ; . '. ii' u' chairman; J. Strtaklsn Atl.'nlo. ..... 7 ....... .."... j ' tblrtr I OOP oboortuinr raonannmnit taam.''
. i i n .1 mi tt fresh from the ground or as a d..IDIr.hen Ar. ........ Tnism 145pmS .. wo a. .r. bertow S 1ft p to IA ... .'... yeora.
< ,Our will also W. U. Ulnton Superintendent' SO&P*. b -, .' ...,.! ..... a Yip ....; .. Ar Hrrtla"....!.l.r *>",p- ..."rr? ', :: ..'- laaurbtBddlbaoI.aoU km.eapeeka Asses Dr
Tallahassee .
"..;"1\._.. ... v.' capital, city cool It possesses medicinal qua]]Litie. L- Publics Instruction. . Ar cint.miiioI (oopot teesm ...v.- .V P laip 1 Qtta Ar...rnnlB. lord. .. 4O p 1*a'.-*,'.-._ ...7.._ Hanor-a Iroo,Tooia.aod would reooauoood 11 a* .t. th
4 -entertainon. March 24-20, -a 'choice of great .al.. Good water alone The minute of last meeting were B.A'B Y Ar' N uto.Hlo7...u.' 'Mp., IdosmiklcUNT.5.L 1-4 NIp II 'lip 4np i'....... Eis.l. ,.-.... ..'..... .. .... .ts Ma'4 Isp .s |p -tb. Tory boat proparauoa* 'of henS I am aoOnotoMd I

-,.:1; 1 .* company -.CbVtatlan) people representing oa inadeHot Spring, Ark., a city read and approved. Arct. UMI...<.I. .L. IMam tS4pm' 2 IMpftoi pi'I ma B ...... ....o-iasio.-., .. .....,. ...... :.5.!". t' a *I.. 4'Mp 14 tbooo wowblod wltfc.'with to wak.-woTBOnt waaMn sad -4)
L Treasurer.. K.' Sr. 're ArChlcoso' ..... llKUoin.. ._, t ,1 67 '. .. ,0. .. .. a. t. p aeTTooanBoa.poor digestions
Gilbert .
tbb .Sunday''achool* of the t ArB' I.v .
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_. of twenty1 thousand I. . (r""C'I" .. .\ p I Wood.J beltore .t to,be .
; our just a 5 follows 5.5. ( ,.....' ,.. ........ 1" r.l.p., JKJ poio.thla apaa.SBWa. -
w. > State of Florida' *. Already many minister good in fact for scrofula diseases o uf ported. as : EASE Ar 1':1. Siam .J . 10" 4 Ma 't".'.. ."' ... ..... -".,L. ; ;: S .o \: .J-jJ- fIt WUfcarooa, iWnsalal.
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*: and school worker Klsslmmee, Fla.- March 1, 1903 . Mao u p.,: .yaop I Ar -i "h..n..I.'e.' ... ." ... B alp eVasTJiop ., 4 r Ii
Sunday at
the skin or impurity of the blood, To the Hoe. BOOT or Fvblls..!U pad At' l'Mo caU.i.p.L : I ...; l.v..4....- ........-I.uLpe...,.......-.A I' ...... ....cSIhus SPUN., IIII4IIhntMSSS'---'-'ii soawlaai) );
if planning to be preeentu. J'-I I M the. annual deem It better. Publicity of Its value' 'or O..ola Oceplyl Orri.r..i- .lhI I -r8UjO. .' Ar-------------. ,. thonre.es.ss ........,....."... ,1..o""Mo S&U t" tt.rf r.tp -4 r
Bntld Iralni front alIJ KZceiI, >iI .>.,. bottle of Dr.Bar-
State ooventapIthe$ Flo..ld.'Sund.J' I herewith tender ..port.rea.. to I.n.I ,.rl
S a* a remedial agent will induce man; i my from Pa alka ..hnn.l.. S S .. . . . I .. TooM baa ourVioaiiriiiftrodoa
1ro. I COIp 4Ha '" limp. .. ...:.Vv.L, V.-Ar. dSs 4\lip I. ...
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urer of Oaoeola for the month .k t. "i; >< arkoB
: School Association.Mr visitors. The chaining homes, orange county "In.solus north from Jarkaoorlll. 1 S 45 p s Ma ...... . ..:.T.|Mi Bar Hotel: ..J-Cir ..,....0' -'.na'* -- ,
_- of January, 1 O3 : Ii the best remedy for I..' .l..p.rj hHel.U r-| r train Mo- top I Ma I.rplena . .... .. .. ....".. -.4..IJtl. *..*.r S GOp .. : .tObeL Doo't aoonpt a
Marlon general 1.1 i."Al.l'ortT"BI"---i' <
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.Lawrence, secretary u. .'. lp K-Subattewi.-'ftooUtoa Dr.Uartera.Trif
: grove, tropical tree and plant I. eon romalnlnit' dtpot null I loo a. ,n. a lv------------ ... r.'eraburfV karl ., .
of ,the. International Sunday ,. .razsUaEa', R-wonT. stomscB bowel ofbsblcs rullaiaB BurJW Slreplna' ; Cara frou Jaekaoavlllo I. TMpI II vi a l.r.: ..,..,...-:...,:.*.i:,. i.wT lictot..... uV7"t.-to.J.j.v; ; :: :< :,.y:Bl wa sup S ,1 Ma.4
cultured society, good school, freedom Fob I. To Wl. ttom 1..e 40 *0 a u t lo at Soul rlo Pb..,. roulo lihoul T 47 p H HaoiSrtH Lv. ..;t.... .. ....Cloarwalor....... .,....,/.......-..-. .,557a.S nip. oa'tUSTt* kuoioiit fXMIMUrt
.School ;Association !I.,one of the from InseoU together with the 4.T.A... Icom c-d. _.. ni and cluUrea. quickly .n..of rant-ammo. ruse" train, ,elan l-bl. -_ Mawti.ix Ar .. ...,.........Torpiin Bprlnna ::. .........;. |jp ".ei at HeplMlp lip 50AY101tosia- ...
looat '
To Psi ne4 Stall lank al KUibamwnl ) > mans sleepers oo aajo. trail '' .
speaker, and the mulol intheband high standing of your medical men, .. 1.COS CTo cures constJpallan. dh_. '_, wihoit ohs.s- 1 C..I.. m III -. a. '.-'-.-" :.M.hn sS..f 0..H.-'t. a..o.r SSUSe.5 u uu
I MBt Nnl I bl Mckool Food. rur . omthbooBd .o.\p Slop LvlACRsONVhtL ..;,. Ar SiSal4p7iep ii4 .04 la.os .- soso .
of that master In hi" line Prof. E. O.'EJoe1l.ol t. COBS Mi -JU Wr : otbor laterBloMoa. .
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render Klsslmmee an Ideal place for o"d vukiona .c 6uu. Ar..III.'e_ ... . S .
.b To mmi r W.B. Ulaum isle! worms soul .odd. .1M. t.rL" 44ualluoa 61Q. cALl nDTW _
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ajfO.' For 'particular sod oolUotlo far boeks siid a Io.u J. It. H irrTiiv] 1111. .lAp A---------- Toaoab... ....V.v.Lr- Ma SWka p asp S ,. -
the invalid the 1l'O od. or for tb. I ... r. .
p .Az
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loss perfectly harmless DUtrlot ---------.Cbaniistog..j--------.V; lleia'tUa ..... ..
tr bus eroyoa 14ft I I Aiout.101 W. B., '.
; write to H. p. Sa.lieU Jacksonville, mere pleasure seeker during the winte To oml. u> ___....1101 447 U o I O -. aekmevthl.." .-.... -.... mp. -.... " 5- .-S. .-, I.
W; N. Sheet .TaU.h. .; > To uiu Mil ss b very effective. Ci C. .. Rnoou. 4 ArWtiSnptes .....Lv ..... ,.... p '. .
:_ or . ... *, month The present hotel system 'l i 1. ,.las collector, poll. '_.. .. 1M 'n PicisiiSr Actot.lluion,Oo.Notice - --.1---
O..reI 11J.or.. .... .
'. = like take It. At sll drug-tics-cs- I Ar. ?,-, _...... Lv Sana .. .
good amply sufficient for the present t II .op .. .11 7S4B Ar.. .. .WaahlBStoa.. .... Lv ,
S4IVO ,
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A cane grower* convention (will beheld but with an $Increased custom must be 'JIIO ; a lsr{.* bottle I .f r 't- for Bid,._ I U. '..... .)-Z S ,IU5 4r......-t2--Mr-a.---' n..I.v I Cia .1IA..1 :.. $
in Maoon Oa: May 6th 7th"and I, wsmstsss list....-.'...11411Tol .Tti. 40*a v- ". II .Ar.--.I'bI..I.h..Ia.h.. ; % ,.I.r 11 tOp ,! .... ..
Couatr
per will oet I.. ,
jr enlarged, or new one built "To Increase (.. '. trotad I Pes .... I Mp Ar. l....... .N.w York .....{.I.I.I. P sOp I.....

4r4 --- 8th, tabs composed .of ft"a' delegate this desirable bu.ln... to make .'ne..,...?.......... ...... msCHooL II ",on.'io.i,1-1"..' .U.1."oul..hh.r' ""'ilB(.la April to Vie _.t&Ma.. eovd L. .. m. m. Vie AI..]> c .e...c ..".. UatKn .
from each In Texas Arkansas I, ..t.Mchl IflOtO hush 0-
county SIIB-BUVSMV .
w- j It double, quadruple or many times Misuglh. Diameter shill). jue-uii.; heir' ). Tt .,a All. .. Dally m ., TI _ft All Tnl-M IITr-
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IUM CENTSAsky.ur .. Nih
Louisiana, Mississippi Alabama I, more it Is now, filling your hotel and, 25 0VSF 511. ft. 4 lii ; ..1 Ira boa. M OVa 'M p t..III.A. PIVS "tMP IVP *ur. Lv .JaokaoBvlile. Ar "sop 501. ( -I.

.w -. ;'South Carolina,qeorgla and Florida, boarding.housea'jDcreailng tale 01 I r.b. t. To SCHOOL b.l..<>.sva-.7....uvswr.......:.ira.....S...... 1*It ".1.1'.1.:, h..so Mis .bl.n...I,. 0.I"r..h.Ih.oh U ,'. .c..l.SOSp ll :a Ar Tboa ... ';Lv, I dais nis I lisp up =r "litip"- Ar..Wsyeioas Ar..11ttou.: : ..:.Lv.l.v:< 4 snip ew son.VUOOB ua.

j 'to be appointed by',the governor ofthe1 all merohanu. V ss. To taji roUootof., .. inn... 14 drmggitt .kui.i4. 4t4. :'...otor. length. ... .. a. Ar Mo.,-_'.L. lISp .._ .Iujo .0.. Ar.....A''M'' I.. Idup lop UIOp XwJr 1
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giving employment plait . "
your ., .
ft. ,
Ions 'lot.A".Q- J.v \P.... ..,. _.
; 1 ; respective ,state ODe delegaUIs to more laboring people; enhancing "- FREE OLD RING efftr baa- ,.'.. dl.r..r. ", aafrtf 0'."a... ....I-' I lop 'Ar. ..--T--. ... ...'t SVs ..... ..,. 'ClllpI Tbtp ,.A....... $-.t..I1......". t t ,
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allowed for each state agricultural II,wirrant I..r II ......... Soas. and . (l_.waistoags ,u. .., II to a Arvsn.yhhii.L.v, pouts .,... .... ItM..Ar.C..DOI..I.. 457p--... _
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t% values of real estate In your city corkii,chrok '. ow off cock ._..\, S tlfta, Ar Chte.o..LV 7iSp ..... ... ) .
,department; one'for each railroad Industrial I. 1* is A proposition a businessman 4.: To .. ..;.....TM....g ss 4CBOBL teF&E3K& 3&Stt: inipirstor. i! ....J 7to A'.. L I..L. IMp' ." "'!' .4aAr.4.N.shiS.L, A. .. .n.nll .L" .I2&'8Mp...... 's- .
easy a :
,. department, : aod 'ono' '_ for' .UD-lrUTUCr .. I.r.b.I.r.ast.er..I. . 4 j= .j l. pip I. ..).... SBJa Ar tle.m. .L.-t 00. .... . :_. ... .hSeape' .... tCII"'T, .. S ,
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,. could desire./ All U require )II a i Ill .R-I-P-A-I4-S Tabule Pu.;s: ::..!...! l"q is. ... .. 7 VSkCiuels.M1. Lw il $3p .,\ ..------ Ilp Ar..III. Lnuts.Lv, Slop .... ,
.. .aoh' state agricultural .ocim few local improvemenu the cooperation r.b.M,Te tax_.Iaa..lIclI...... 11 .1 bewa, u.ipph.' and un. to = ,. ..11''14a .. 'iiii'xn. ..:.. p AP.l.ouIaViihe..1.. .to' ... u. w
-4 "0.' for' ;each railroad Industrial of the . Doctor find One 'Wonhlasl-lil, al pniap. '.,... 4 'hIp. Ar....... ...Lv I IS p It_ ..t.,. .4 ..Cisct.aaIt.Ly' .'_..,.... : ,
railway North .
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agent helloS S .
in. .
ant . dlaoharso oroaa CUod'i:4'f" ,.. : i*tip Ar How Orloa's LT ... Slop . .r : ,
departme'ntv and on. for. each East obtained the :A brescription I plaua..aaldj t bo rot on -
easily use of pain I, .... S :
_. The rwsrrsatos.t IM.;.- g :I ..la.lk..n-, ( 4 : .y..eu.o".0... ; _.
con
"agricultural '
:. ter* .ink and a Judicious man to push] mlnklod plpo.one 4 lOins V sad IS earfy Pull..'ieepsee _... the V..k. Jeekseeyhl'. '

: .i ventton will be'for the purpo. of dl.emulation *I. th* work who believe fully and boo OCMOOL .DB-Mrrucr s., 4. US* soekot IB obottxb. fortiraal' I rOlr. ..cO kTL.d'"tu'po-"P5mV.io.' S: -dlIni' -_car. Vivid.and Wsuh.Sugton lbruuih bitwess...T......1.Ba.,.MoIl it-.ini' and Jersey ti.7t' d..III. .,st-I reech.P..t.. _Tampmi..., 'M; l'v': i.
r. .a iou 51 sad III bSIen ..
'. ofJ' ;:. wider"Information upon the estly In our superior. advantages.; 10 P.". 1.To fcolMOO. .--....'.';. .......... Its .. ..1" kootl..(oo ooola) eootalm,I I of eorrusaMd, n g.Ivssiesd feot Ions ond 1*teet wbli. ttr b -Ie, (IbIs V.MaadS.d _III.11I..t,bhesun a Fiori.. Lt.,.., .Port...?78 and.11 aid_,It .;: -, .MorBorTVtoov"A N-if-

;. cultivation:aDd .pa..t.JoD''..of". this please 'and retain wealthy class r..**.To.TM COL,taiee t_........ 14 : 4..PPI tor a J-. .\ .1 soil ..lumbar for lra I ln UM J and bo J-I .u.ro" (-.between_ Spit..,Tasips s.d t'inoiaselt yip lkMD. Roulhr. &aSlwpp p.4 -
.. = or al: OIDIBB OBMMH- trIns 711 alsO _... ,.._." ss.d Ur say first koky was fcor.I sMaoiaaaot -
tbe-Sonth.8tBiaChrimlt .- .._ ." On. for ..' In Hotel.: Pullman .. .. ..TS and ._ ,. Taspp ksr
-JT .rt.of kp1them&flthiwthten.om.o.them --- _f "!. iii .r.& .... ..CIiVuu .1. U but jaet.oai .411.. Yk.. '.._..1. Kfala *
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Al MdijAuotr 1 wMbouit ebsa New Ysek. <> ?
S ayora.Trqclamation. wj r. .. ...
so-It irsie ay..au..w
..- triTSttaT1--11 "ert is.
> Hose. Is : atffc&f Paid .m0il1rt. p10.1 A. -
and canceled . doctor
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- : permapently, a fine club room 1 warrant Cu --.a '" .01) of Puluiiaa uI..p1n5.' ob.ervatSee. $>** sat ,
lal n r virtu. of the poverWoatedTn no. l' ,. W. -": den after having i| b.en ..: &&lghl.-d by .._rlnla..n4 bicI.4 libory sod dial". _
lug labe shim-Osees
'addre* A* that .time. Osoeola shouldhaveh Indispensable. It must b grand total to'lim.U were Adorbold. Maror of IbolTo.n of ( ooroptod U.. bp lisle I. ''h. Stout-goes on ". ".OI_ sr4rsry swpsrUr.bet lo lts< *l fptttkif :
central
burned In 1 open session, laid warrant rtorlda, : ,bt..lt.n..Iln. epf.t st.iose. = :=::for Port t17eI ant iulormnll.i. hidhini tally ... aetfcr I grew wcakar he.b.sditi4thMSbk.WIae.ICasdeI.
_Intelllgesjt: and enter- of 111. 00 boroky sod: ..tbo ) .I sm.. I p. arrIving pn.ut every 4ay. My .
i.ora
furolabe4comfort.lb1 : 4
easy access, ioi es.
WAI.VKKBAIUIBK. p. ,
% ,. ] belonging to separate funds, a*.follows alootloo wilt. '.'oald a., W.et aid $epy Port Tamps Knu.daiuTa.ad.ps < I _
i ; pricing agriculturist* present:as dele"gatea. exclusive Board tounlyNoticeAppIic'tson Tbungh .." := "i.1r. I it
: t made save to memberlr..Dd ; tetordoir.tbo astMooybt M.rck.A.D. loi.or C".I.D Co..lb1.. sad .. .... Port Tampa, ..d the 5ok. rip '=( ip45 Lip. fenawa.kesdiowstSwouldd.Sn'
c...,.. \ . contain billiard and pool tabl**, also Oos nd gebool r..a4 ....',............'.II 6Bpeotol ..,.porpooo of otOBtlo ttoo followlBf oOr, I For full.'h. oooipioM& ... rollabM Informatlnn .- ... . 1 ", M. laMtaluthtSMdklBSatktwatvory
., ._ 1 .- ..*..,........... ., aorr lot lot ta.ibf one yoar, vi..1, ,of .Guardian Un.Uck.tas nU ""''.,*'. 'SaIl""COM| rrateM U nod sad IwaWt
o. B. i.COttA I atmafta
a.. ny
m.4 : our kcal and imporu&t* State paper*; Byoelol_ .MMoS,........,.... OreWaiorml 4 S W ..C.AtO.Oen.ilielilon.. )es.eu..r Art-st. ..__, .. .
'I .lewIyPehrvui.g.MIw.w.skltwas.etelkiandlea
PALMETTO FIBlR._ : ( Clork. to Land. Pn..I. _

'tt", it ,Few. riordlan realise what Immense.proportions _, It will do Injury to' hiive stcheap, tawdry "osI ....j..*..*.....................,.u S3, r.Ooo_afar.kal..c Tax lCollottor$ :sod 'see ! .. Set S . S S S H.II. HlltlMOii.Tr.sWMM..W.'.WU-lniioa._ M.e. oath I was aal* t* tsk .
: club house or' room. W. must 1 . . '! t.aj"I."' aw taraol outica...' | .l .
ass
D. ap
tb. palmetto fiber Industry 11. Frank wa -appointed AI_ ScPvs loslb., --;* - very.
I Impress our guest that w*'understand vlsor ... ,1 A.. I I Jodsoof OoooomOoonlT florid., ot Ibo Court .Mil it I Its pro!**."
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Ad. of -eehool No.
-k.- U .assuming'i' this. .Sta' J2, .St. Cloud booby sppolnt J. W. ,. HOUM I, KIwlmnMo. city; lot an order to sell '
.ie:44 .vloe from the several I plant throogh- and can suit the tastes of. people de colored. 1 1. v- ornuis

-, tl *#, rout the palmetto belt tell-.ot larger m.odlnl'IDn. amusement Bill were approved and warrant .IOBIT lo o-lloro.Barooo.Clork of aald, eleotkm. fothowLto : ISlet.Th.Soulh of Floridadooerlbod bait of PoulbeeM H "KISSIfflEE: RIVER ROUTE.' generation for the ordeal of pretf- :. U

t torder.* for the product than .It Is PO*> with :ple..IDjf.J urronndlng. Two Ueued laod o. w-1J In., ...nl..'. ...._ l.I. T.wa.hSp aseouth a.nr' ssacyaedcliil4blitL'UpreveaU m,. ,
:'Bible to fill with th* -'.D& facllltle, : as followed./ oal of Iowa'b* ber4nto ofBiodT -il'' I ,(ha property of lbs mtoo, Iln WI).. ", Carrt_._ Jtfowomaa who take Wheel
.- :and o( f.addition-being.mad* to the. I park should now,be iparobasedon.. macaRm .saaapa. . dor.r.b" A. 0 hiS., Alderepa. der.snid. \ 0 Cardal* need fear the coming- hrrehild. 4

P''lanta_' '; : In tb. North end of- town fbi other A A SrJUST** .***""V .:....,>o:......e+4eoA"B.1 9t >, .*'_..'].,... f sf UM'. 'D.IRnLD. Ouardlao- HIHAM or ml" LIIRAI\. siIUalAld.rmsa ;;'Steamer Lillie I :Steamer: Rbseada ., ,If JoIn UnraUt had' take
fr.om' Me'lbourt n'eOiiie. the-news South:They need not.be- large' J 11 .........._... .,........ 110 eo <. ,' .. &II._' noooawd.Nptke .' , "I Wia 4rf fcardol before her baby cane
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that the plant there to making a* fin much Immediately.'spent Inimprove' 11100 V.rU.Johaisa ....... ....... t 'S I. .,. 1 C.pt'isiClayJoBis_ >*o*'.Sr.. ,| Captal* Clar.Josisja.ai, Jr. pbs wooldvot ham been weakened s* -
flber'aeaever1 produced.In Amerlcal"I ) MUo ..u..la she waa:7.Her should Q'
." : _ot..' -They should be fenced rV.Yi.:::::::: : : :: lo Debtors and CreditorsAll rapid leuoveiy
-t .;: the* they.: can no*"begin to keep up planted HIM :;; ;, I' .: ; '- .eossaiead this vreat remedy to every -
.,.
: wIth> order!" that.two i new machine Bermuda, and trees'put on at earliest II. ................. I I t& (V: jwrtlH-BaTln. .t"w aor nature Regular weekly trips" xpectaBt'uoUMr..Wi U CanlaireguUte
Vtzrl.l.lilken.$6 Order for PubIlc Sr-Inst' lb.oolBlo ef toa.singer, en .t ntumr. : a
tJ6n' aoooaaod RosesdV
: # leaves
are now being bain, and plan.. hay.A. moment posslble Several park Wisd.U, saiCa. :: :;;: :' s: .. ,;. laMol-Oaooola Countr.rll KiimmeeTu; edIY tn6fntn and *the menstrual low.
.* '. been perfeoUQ lor lour more as -soona OAPlib.ta.E .._......._. .. 4511 r. CiriitCoolS.. Jndt4i Clmitt. i present the same .. tbo'tUHlVMsnod"dulTaii. S ., arrives Klttlimmee Friday evening ,
: v '' will be &neoe.siigsoouer: or later and tflis 411t.Dai..._..-............ 3111, Oo.BppoBdo Ibouth-atod, wltbl, tbo UaM proaerlnoil Vr Special Charter Trips to Lake OlceecbobeoandFor& S
in In
I ,- the two, -'new" ,. ,on'** .are. runningBeoently It 1* better to secure them O.7'WhesI IM I>.I>OK>OOII..............v..,_,?,... MSk hiKLLNL Vtaucoy.- '. lee,or u".wilt t be. plead n bar tailseboo..ry LIII,.. Comfortable Mycrsoa the
t> .
Muo 'ia" occommodation
.orderi rinie sooaias .?,.... assssi. ." 11 I for paengr rs.; .l\aleu..aoable. WlHEorCARDUlNotice
I I factory-wai 'to$ 1 and c& be '. "ro 11- J.k.r .... ..... Isdabtod'io sold. .
this .forced purchased' -- ci 'a nominal C UIIUtSS&.L...... ". ** '01 .. lo Pti.oatUfaotorr satale aro rmotrtad The mot, Plcureque| _VV,terwav> mFlorldiv S .
deeline an rdet'r for one thousand rate; .#'. MBisa r.U..t. .....: :: ;:; n u sdstt to IB. --IBlof IbeU BOOOBnts arraoeononiB I. Pasaenger.aed ; "I' r J
Rate
Imuodlalolf. Freight
,ton Of fiber$ good: price.* lost i be- .' MH.bb.d154.y. . ISV J'.r:plaint oanao thIS Jobs -: S SSS- ANAHDEM..' < apply IQ: :. ?s i .1 "'- .: ,
In letter will U :
Ienues they did not have ufflclent) Car 1 our next we Invlt* ..attention MlM, Mario Jobtutuol eUlaa.l =:....:.: 1111>u ahr. ..I. o 5 CLAYOHNSONSL4 : ,:, ;. : S, 5 .
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I ................ .\ ,. uu 1545 A4.1.1. ProprletOl' f
to industry of great .. >. .. s*u o I o '
-'"-& -to supply ,J.Wbea..theae. 'one speciallyadapted to Importance OHIlnbo.nl ....?..'....,>..?,,...).. 45. looooof of ..,...1 BBkoowo.wrthe. *XII.1.t.lA. . S. -. Oh::6Oar':1fI1I1.''Klaalrnm.tr'l.. .. ., . .. of Application*For, Tax: YJ' :
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-- 'machinery -Installed, the capacity our HIS*auoie liibjiotoe.i_- .v*_ .- .....*.*. Nenmca3niv. -wS Iwootf= ) I* ordoro '- -" ,. -. '- S :
will ; I ooot.y _to '... S.- .......; -- : ''
the busloeos too IB ,growing rapidly, win place JCI..I. at ODD among! w ani.t..misty ?vh lnreIUo. : ,., _-en before e r | | !p-i( I10J ; Chapter 4888. LawsofFlorida 7'
; 'and it 1* evident that .additional raa.cblno the growing' aspiring plaoee la* the H OataoSor M :..,....?,......?..; 1ST /.staoiirS *' 0. teat k.rwttsyffaff IS;'Fonnula.tells<; '. }
- -. South and assure lu becoming of Sdriekla.m ... ,....... P.C = the: story. : .y !' .
will soon be accessary., -- ,. *one' 1 lisia.. :I IPJ.. Mes.Wy . % !ff-y'a ??* : : r : ,. - . .
01. ,
: .. f demonstrate that there the leading .of Florida . .'._ uaoTcMg..IfRtLR.T oivm Tnt oow
Thow sou thai '
.s .ItfafBitborordorod ISIS ,
b
; Af ' ; M.rM
-- 7'U room la this lndu.tryi.forproflta- 1- u,. "' ..fAtIOOOIISI3L, ., I "::=-7.::J.v..:.,,i., s) SS, . onoe o west for loor *... GIv )\ aaoa......0'of T..CotiAah. ..11 tdoM '.
( I I a Ollbon 0001 ipisdat ro' He i." ?. 'f A tbo Klaalaia, > Valley UoaotM _.. 'sChronicChill' tno Its do> of April A.D. IWI. ban 'l.4M
,. -jnesmeM-andthMadomnsddt-.1. '. JMOl.tes.e4tC..4 t*... ......"-,. II Mbilabod .Is .. Coanlr pad . ,- Cire -....- I. wit onfro, pad baa .ooor1,_. ''.
1 'tlonal faotorie* coald .
market with this .excellent .fiber, *- J. -. 0 a rBTMoMaCiiiloa-oovliooDboollieU "ec iHO. 6. LKE.Clerk cbiofc-oeni.. . i Niiit&... . hid _1ft.. ..Iot_ III. foll.WfrC
'it the '
. *:A: almost' I I H Boiosoa ... i . a..l' ". 4o>n1bod ,'
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1 : f f ..9I T" No shop-yyorn stock., Every thing fresh., ?r1cel'tfgb.' \ OC KI..IMM.1..LA.HfcUUNTERkMANM. .

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"" A 'HORRIBLE. ACCIDENT _ _ ,_ '
NO. ft l., .Tioketl'.... DO. O. ..Ie lor tbe Coai. GENTRY' : BROS. SHow. l : ; : :: .
"sarI nut 1'ue.dsj "eal"lf. r I Business Locals .
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PUBLISHED KVKEY. ) Tfca World' Biggest sad Bat Col.I. ;
.KKIDAT
ifS* Parker ConoerHOo.1':' ha. O O
score J. A Barnes and In- .
'. .1' a ., wherever, It has bmn. Aged lectio.of Trained Animals"Conlec --
PoUNofHAI'j %. firm-ran down S ---- 800.., .
If by a .
yon want to ,
buy II .
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OHUn'OH' try our "business local" ..o1uiDo&t ; .Train His' Jlody The n.me'of'Gentry will be handed Telephone yoJn ,, we' will'dethe |,;S .NOVJ. ISTi-IE.-TMEJ: :

.OIHKQTOKT.MuTHnmar .!. ., loll : utT3Ya1JL.: S. down to posterity. .. !the greatesteduoator 'Phone.n.. -' '
.. to'\&en4 the Concert sl : .,, Lh.UDb brutedurlng. the 111th .loDII1I. ,
CNC..Pt' &d.1' ..... of Co.
I .batb.lla.ra.I ...4' ....1...... rimratarvrr Bab. lb. "Aadla.orlum.Tund., ..... Tlck.w .. and 2Utb centuries. No other men KiMvdwE2i DRV

Sohuol 1 Thuraday t:4: Huada vaalw-.t.iu at- V,-a,'aa. ::-c.. : oa Sole St DaDn'.. living or deed, has ever.been able 't* For real bargains gob Stanford's,; I f; i FOR 60 DAYS: .I"g .

4. r. ? wLL. Ps.w. 'T. 1. Wring of Lakeland came li aooomplUb half 10 much with dogs,
prvIn' C.-o. J.i. Pr.,. p.rcbng _.-. te.dsy for s .bol1..Ioa, among hi. Occurred on 'A. C. L.. Tresilentt ponies, moAlteTSi elephants: and sinels oG-.t4' Wartag's for> lt'ertilizers.'Acomplete *
? ev.rr ....4..11.. a>. ..d 7 Po .. taatnie 'rlead..' .. have the four talented brother line in stockj i'j'Iiou'< WI.i mm MaOUOKD, OUR ".NTIR. LlNI g 'S

Yount. LU Peorla'agoh. i -Ptr:1."&;:':.-.':,r,*:flitp.qidy. )ua-d Q; U. HolOOlDb sev.rol -. who own mud operate" tine four Stanford has Just received- a new t,
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''d l -7p. JoMK'i; m.1 Walton KrOoorAL aJvmtlr. CNVCt-Atb4.w.. cI.,. of the Wk: I here_. looking 'otter (Ovcr nrm 'of the Lake largest world trained Animal actors will shows. do that In lot of Uresi Goods. Call end o
... .. ... ... his IDte..ta 1D .. 8prlll indebted to me will call and' 8
(Iry '10'.tol. -:' FVe .. ., &hI. loth which see' ftf persons please pay. <
this ten
.... ... a& II. ....,.,Nch..l....'. -. roon Upon.which 'bA'! had* thIs la city yean ago \II\ S .theiraccounhs as'same
......1...UFVO. Ill ",. IIIJr4 .u4 Susiuii.Iiy Miss EmmMorgan returned home even, would hare surpassed come yds. 4 'l 1. SUnforJ'i. > S 5 mutt be cloned, up < .
nl ....'" MOaUi. /. laair Saturday after visit been Flshliig, With prehenHton of themottenllghtened and I ..lbet.IDI. tl.ty.talo.'ry S' _
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T.'...arT.. ..i..CNUCW.IVIm; ai.4 .; __I. '.''.4h.. weeks to relatives at a Fort. Pierce.Attorney teveral. , Ot&l rs., best'posted individual !lathis countryon What"is Where 'did li ..", ,of the right .,,.ls'ud.ciu..ULll.. -_ -. S -_. .-.5'-.. S 8 )
:. :,::7h. Mornln/.rvle animal education. Even-the Gentry will it dor Is It '
M TmT a, Itei come from and what J'always found here. :
I Jo., .. ..,..... $1 1..0. P. ,a. ....*.-..-.1Ml take managerOs
... trip to Jaoksonvllls One of the most horrible accidents a | 'As is known by ,cornS WAT'SON
pne
::4-1. C. L svvlo s 1:11: p. a.a..ttni ...,., and other' towni ; I surprised the marvelous t. .
fls,45 La isquISudtstly..,...ISg,:[. M I iiO. .p..:.... a... o.In that part of the state this vcek.' we have.-.""'. been called upon to result they have attained and when the eola Pharmacy-HB KNOWS.Try paay they keep so can their taste : ,

::1= / 7.0.=., I'.st.e. Everybody should see Gentry" Bros 'caroutcl Ut'Act1lr"Ktllti about statement Is "mbtiethkt. the only exhibition a pair t Quo QualUy Shoes. '
,... ..._: LIz DAVI__.a. 4.ef I... famous. show-Monday! March 23. Sundown Wednesday afternoon on the of this kind on earth will be witnessed . Sold. only by 1L.ofur. u. Te bestis 1 cheap here'that o o o o ,.
.. Two ,aod here 'when the Gentry Bros '
performances, .afternoon . ,
trestle need .' .
'-'" evening.I' upon which, the Sjiger-JJoH give their exhibition there, is no fearof Old papers SOc per hundred .,.the no one use -poor 111 .

i, Official Weatker Report.Avnaea .- : li. Leslie and f&mU'b."e""uM branch of the A. O. L..oro.... an arm the public falling W'' aoqul._.' Valley O.wt ortloe._' on the 1.. of economy, S A.JkrfhAAAAyii wAAj>._-_.0..0..0.. S
TSPSAuP-Wsu KjiMiieilso dE. of Lb.lake' Bro'ber..re maklad a feature . 4.s-H
and which' numbers Gentry The'following-Itenu-certainly
._. .. .... .. e their home In Klsaimroee after s upom' Nice line fresh Crackers. Just';'re H.'STANFORD O-E.S
V.b. .
M.fl. of their street parade this season, 4 s
month of people dally (forth of tell a tale &l wonderful ''values:
- or two spent at their \grove .on go purpose ceived at VVarlng's. SHOES .
and when. the besuilfulpageaqt If of U> frloM .
passes _
.... ... Cu .fishing. in the wattrl JyftowV The harrowing i Inquire S . Orlaar : S
:. : wrfrtflar along the principle street of Klsslmmee Bed Ifod 1r'IQ' 4
sale p.p "
Corn -Georgia. ( 11.1..I. 5 S
Seed Jor S
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\ ,: -.-- Mr.Treoleic1r UldelroPep left 00 Sun tale la briefly told'fat the headlines monday March 23 at 10 A. .M'I Cob. O. F.PAMaa.' 5, 25 ,: !?10o, -. .-. ... .. .. S

., .._.,,<..,.., .lilt-, ... .... day last for a trip downtbe east coast.. above. :;--i i All those who delight In the the S 1 good" tablet, i. .; .* .::<. .*. ,,\ lo., .j -_._. -_._- -- i'
SStsda7. ....... .......1 .1 "i." While there. he will be a gueat of Mr. It appears thst 'Mr. Bar'na .... in beauties. of gorgeous displays: shouldwitness There will. be service In the" Ep'la Leatbereue Memo. Book, ... 60J' I r ; S '4' 'S A:
.......,__..... lit I riagler. at Whitehall Like the rest of the .
.. It his elegant it. performance church next Wednesday
: .aa pal <
..0,1.,. ..... ...... ; l ,:.. ..... home sosrMIiTni, S the. habit of gologjo' .thls/'plsoH'/ during ; &the parade I. larger andgrander at *, 'Ivory Soap,. . . ..-. . :. .16 5 5 5 .5 .
.I'II"":' ........ .1 .- II ,....v the afternoons, and upon this occasion than and adjective ' 1.3. Talpum Powde-. . . . . ";10O S S
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W.. ,..._.. .IIt C ;'M .... : ; every 'Stanford just what you want la | : '
., Tttandav........ ML St ...."'" Miss I1rientfEiterls. Or.egos went'almost" to the other side used in. praising It Is'not misusedor now style Odo& '.. rs ' | Welches Orspe J., ,4Pt . . ..20oShaviragSoap. j.1 i" .f : '
left (for her home .
: I: .. -,. .5. smreotr. p. ... after -extended visit'lo last. relatives Sunday of the strttctwe'where for a:, tune' be misapplied.W.. S . We lead-otherp follow. Six J i '. . , . . ,.6 j. ,, i. 7 1
sear Klisimmee.. who with was In company with Mr. and Mrs; 1.0 '
many ulei of-Peruna for -- '
-' C. T. U. Mote*. S x> 11. .
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lrtonA regret "*'! departuro very Stanford snd others. A. daylight be- . DauQ Co. I I'
March .
Friday
I .. ij. 1903. '- ." .... S I gail.to disappear lie took. up bls.taok- Mrs. Bailey, la writing \'t' M" 181 'i Klsslm
: "*' kj I ee.Drug.Co.
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Mr. u. C\ returned. {thom. Tues' ls, gave. the fl.h_be bad to Mr.,. Stan- tropolls of her trip w.KI..lae. has I --An up-to-datelIne.. of Men's Straw $; : .is8oES.j: :: ] : : '1'

day from &the. brdsrde of' hi. broUwr font' and slgntfled hU Intention. of returning the following to say: H.L.St.Dfor I S i.;.
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Local Ocorgls time whAir-be We q uit -nt'fopI9fDtI homo. Knowing( his Innrml- 1lnlm.has l.COOpopulatlon I and 'Stanford Is sole agent-for 4)ouglan" -V .

: ffi]; pa..4 are pleased to. ties and the trata. I my time from i'rtday until 'jhoes at KII.IDme. S S .
know that be left thviufferer eosslaerably. thai was llkelytopass : Stove. : '. S -.
Monday in the cheerfultiolue \ ; "
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..improved., r. } ,..J t: get over and presence of Mr. and Mrs. lone .I furnish- Stove Wood dellv- .
it. .
-----j'-Hos .. mile or more intervening1- firm A. L. Chandler, who are largehearted poultry, W.rlnl. W..1 '
Chapman t.. M.i, part of townt. tl.'oo( )
; ...-- ... .! Hotel has been ..n' smiles? thin, ground, Mr. Stanford cautioned him and generous to a, great degree Just I.-n'v-: barrels of Old Strand. MAVNA'aO LuMBa CO.eV p.I..1 :i Q ::1 -

Watch pur Business. css.'P ",*" week, sod well be has a righ&'to.ihow' to be careful- his footing., and if he 'l'h. beautiful town has four Pennsylvania Ilyes, {Guck.n.lmr), _< -: ;. : :
such evidences, for besides having a .., and I regret iowriteitthreesaloons 25 canes Lewis "( .. 1"10 ._ .I : ,
Audltorlnrn-.i7 to Teachers.
JParkerConcertCo.- ; should bear-the train approaching to 'the j jJ jJWJAAAjfc. .
Itcv. J. O. Is pne.t. .
house full of satisfied guests hi. good Fir right.- A. K. HEAHDEN. -A ., S
Parker Concert( Co...::Audltoriacn-;. wife t.l.II.k has presented'. him witha.Aorort get off the traclfacd, "on oof, ot the Baptist p..wrlltf.) J. ., 'heM.thol.t The are the" tent book. .! $ S "
All winter goods at.cost and below. which be made the basis of the - "
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March 11. assist the 'caps larfefVjjl, upon whlctTBleepers : .wl -
I', Tuesday, 4. to hlin 'in management & S N. C.STNioD A
of his popular: 'hb.wr-! for the ties, cesLand" which project] t"I. .uln a severe rain storm (lc OrUD. uitor uamloaIO beginning . 'HOE"' SHOESgmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm S
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'Parker Concert;, the treat of the.sea* a Y'1 reception.which had Jun : : L OrIgtnator of Low Price.
here's 107011 "Chap. two or three feet*H>bn either side and prevented New- spring goods just arrived atGulce __ ,
I 'lon--- OD." miss it.. : rv ao plaoDe.t I gave it Hraiton's. Orthography- Reed'. Word ties- ,.:!:: WFFF' _- 5 ; I
Last below therails1- much. Replying ladles .
a- an
Parker Concert Co. Tuesday tven- Monday morning s young"man jouol It.I.leD ----, S--- eons.Heading .
Seats at Paoa's. appeared at the home of the editor I of 'hat be would do so he left them theyeellng Sunday .ftIOD'l the the Bargain Counterat -Any 8lnd.nt I Reader. .
lag Have seen ,
\ ; the V. O. aDd .without --much asa some (for him yetloptng Methodist Church, a. Dann's.you Composition-Swinton's New School. " ' S .
,t :;:Pol. JnO..W.PvIrtOD.flJ, : mother .bJt your permlsslori intruded Into tpistness From 3.until 4 o'clock I addressedabout I Arithmetic-Milne's Standard.Knglish &

.. of Alabama, are vlattlng, Mr., .ad the family circle and to all appearance that no.dtbger: would befall two hundred Sunday sohooj Sea Gulce ft flraLt .line of Orammar-Mt'toaits.' MONTH KI..*IMMKBi tPHONK N. 6.. ,3 ., ,
Mrs.. Kent. has concluded to,.make his stay .ilm., Several; unlnutes elapse the children at the ..pl_. Spring Goods and Sho s.. U. S. History-Field's GrammarSchool. *I. : .
there :'As that circle Saturday night gave a lecture at ,p 1 r C. W. 3'
I. E. Cooper has been, -convicted& of permanent. was distant rumble of the approaching GR1FFINS .
&the murder Punts... Gorda.. daughters and only 1 five sons It seemed night a union service was held at the I the show windows T>aunVA > : ., :
a mOM each minute _ __ _
distinct as -.
.to be the \concensus of op1"Ion that high school .udl'orlum which has Geography.-Redway's Natal Advanced
Ctatlrj;. BrosV famoua, "..IDed'aDl.- there was roum for at least one more passes, then the. atynal' for the trestle the I.r.,,.. cpaclt,. lx>th of nice line of ]just'arrived at .* i ? Sl'hysiologySteele' '

nal show. will be Is Klsslmn.ee', Mos- I sod therefore to,, objection ;has been OD the further side, of the luland Is the previously' mn'loe Oqlo' '8h. .5 'C"nlo !I Family :
? much In _, Civil Government-To 4's haneY Groceriesj; I
dayMacoh 23rd. v I made to his presence, but on the other ieardf the flaring headlight' comes Into. very Dlrlla &pr.n. wn s D
I .of f fbe 'w.' hand he has been made to feel that )heis work and S are good goods, and Shorter COUI.Ahleb.WbIL.
The nexi regular meeting .ulew dispelling all doubts as to Iwb Or 'go. .'. S
lance. A roost excellent rendered School. .
*Indeed.among kith and kindred cli9lr the a } "
UwlllLe. beld the 18th lost lu.twith -
C.T. :
on
' approach\ Its very" presence but a fine music at both lectures.Saturday VUe with each purchase. Come ) Oea-rapb-H 0 u s t 0 ii's ,
the hom.etMruD. C. I ee.' P.i.1 :
at. > Miss Moods Gottwalles charmingly islf.raVIe,away and pomlnjf rapidly.Eugineer .- afternoon a reception wasglvenme see Is done-at Danu's. F ES : : ?!
::1 Messrs': E a:.. 'Durnhasaaod'; IT.; W. entertained.. few of her friends Monday throttle by the W. C. U. at the bo.b Theory and. Practice. -White's The : JJArS- S
i Hill promlneuv i _. of Narooos- ,eren Ing. at her home In,North Klsslmjnee I Gregory Is at the line mansion of Mrs. 6. 13. AulUnanfwhich .J.ST ot. 8TOLF.NA pin made of if Art of. Teaching.Cancer.

/ see.. were. lo.town W.dmedaj.MriWin .- at carom In honor of MissGottwallei' :,and fireman" "Parker' Is by hi. side1, was. well attended and very suuoessful. larger than ordinary gold .- - -. -' Delivery'every diy, .at any hour ; patronage solicited. =3
l Live. of Kntucky.Delightful' both peering' ahead Into the h'axyIsrkness Mrs. M. A. Farnsworth isthe 101 11. dollars reward. to finder, : Cured: ,
MeDablel bf Oak
i mother of Mrs. Pound,I. visiting Kis-, muatoWa.KI..immee'S'rloll. furnished: -Band..by the.' 'h.famous fascinating made almost' impenetrable capable,-nd Miss president Huby tif this president lo:1uDloD or ',ent-f..e dollars reward. for ., Mr.W. W. PI 8uiithfeld) 111., !. & & & & && & & S '!
-- "ued'Gfbe. Editor's famMaisnaf to"sight of( the*glare of the 01..e..1. d.no to conviction of .writes Sept. I had 'UUi1Ul1111JUU1UlUUU1lU1UUUUU1UUUU .
.bD the.r game of carom was played"" onLU ; ,by,reason of the Y. VV. t!. The guilty wll..d.. J. U. ( irrxit.A40uNCIMENTh. :
,.Uo'> *..J'- I a laMjiour, when the'young pepple i moon along the rails which* a short is in good bands bet 1' both a* par .PutTering .ev.r.11..ra with' a ca'IJ : "1 I, liCASHIER.
It .
: 'MoPhatter. and CharlieDann were asked Into the fllnlni room andthere.partook : distance ahead 'appear, as two'\>> silvery qua mlul'\r., people, .my face and, which gave me ,1 .

took: a short Ilme4dlm.Wod.raeiiday o( delightful' ref..bmeatAl. I breads which converge Into a point. for I to b..celLon.lhDic. was noyance using uah..ble. I -
sod wentup''' tor Orlando to. Those. present were MUsesUottws Is. At my Sunday night lou. : U.lal' llolm' -, .
whistle trenlle, I.I sore'
' . The forthe nex.t MAKSHAL AND TAX a through
lies.) Bandv. I ; fo
> .- Hsygood'GardDel't' vast crowd cauie and Vl COLLECOR.
f "" lea".. !" .,.hU.--- Bell./ \Yoodall and l'ullnGn4 I >lown'lbo; ,structure I. reached I;. the shook hands, and bade fur..ar"( benbf-aniifMinec MT..f..n..( .. ... I dent, I ..ubb.01 of the liniment on :
'MI.,WOlle-}, inleUa'l ie.eher ta /uJ.p sI.Wnel.mom .. 'a Co| the as gale me kimostinstant BankofKissimmeeOffers : .
Messrs.Bandy' ,. Merlwether, Dale, i wotchers (in the cab note the presence and a 1 kind farewell. or of K lulumit*ell,I. I .
fits Sanford school made pleasant and Gardner ,Emnieu Pound la r. relief, continue to S .
1 OUT Oeo. of those whom ".. Barns had receD&I Mr. Rebecca Jane 'Howard thesuperintendeis i. UcrilATTKft.l 1"deld81 .
visit to her sister Mrs.,J.:j.E.- Pound and Leo D... I of the I* T. Land; presided .- ,.toe In a '
.of' this plaos last weekSee. .. Vl., t -. I I,,1en. on th,. caps as !the' train goes over my children's;rally.Mrs. . CITY tt.ttix. S ,ibovt time the' cancer came ..,' my .- :
1-,'The following are" Tnte/ arrival st bf andecrepldflgure (l FOI face healed up and there Is the .;- ."
what the old Infirm
-ac1Y;' fth., Waters ..* 'Carton by> Dut l Howard resides at DeLsnd, We an riueate.I tn nnmiai*ib.name of I. '
', 'waul.. to the Park Hotel: iri.George Sheffield -I which lea the party sorecentJyP anu will soon 'return and we R.(slitert. Jr. .* a ao.1klM* lur ra>-vt. HHloa totbeDIflreOtVtltj.rS4lbu olltrtileit scar left 1.bare implicit '- '1"
Orooery/Co. Then it yon Cal, B. A. Noel : \ \ert cllfon aith in the this to Customers Every c
rft i 1 Los Angeles ; ; trust another person interested'will aiiprowbliii preparationnd S S
about the. matterrsooept crossed ? .FncIUY'-
know more Has he the brldgo! .
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ev.F. J.IxMjrdun U
Clarencevllle, C.D.dot' too highly
; take her' for when working __ flaot.1
... place r.'Ade Consistent with Sound
the Invitation eal.eDdedbel'tli. S Henry heard the .. ., the a. -'' -----V-- J ? .
LeL4andb'l.W.; H. lIt t not has be .rroIDII" for the-little ones, we are building '60o-- and. tl 1. .
Everymemberof the Barker JBdncert'Company Boauoke.: 'AI..$ Cv'L. Oradahaw.KiMSoke. I lasts of the whistle! and the t mbI for future Notice of ApphcationfopDeed Tax' Oal. '. .,.. S.1S _-- -- S '

: is an .. I.t.d..1ir7 number l Ala;T"VVm.31.! Clement and wheels Klsslmmee 8e\on.located Under Section 8 of ,1 S S '
of the bridge as the heavy ) on AUcution Ui.
Hog b.uLlfll Personal Bulues ta .
I tt "AI
'' .was greeted with an encore. and ...I'i'"f' !..NeE Philadelphia, P.; Dr. 11. L. An.derson' the border Jof Mysterious: CIrcUMataMce Itrud.d
.Jj was deserved, and richlyDeFunlak 1' eWlt* 8.. C.t' ; Jobn-W. Hall-- )oils over. 'timbers. and gained a .which. means'sl.epin tiger. :The Ila. Chap-.er 4888. Laws One waeipate, and 'callow and the S SS

\ .Breese,, - "_; ,V: 'I. Waahlnglon. Di.; p.' L.'W,4Tnurber place of ..f ',? These thoughts go Is fourMaa-inllef: and from three S of FJcrida. nttier fresh, and rosy. Whence* 'b.eUIelol .

; I. Orlffls *nd Godwin sold'.ont' their., I and wife, HaeketUvlUe, N. J..; (ha... apidly' through the brain of ,Lie recent to six ....la.. 1001. river is Lb.oULle' !OCI 18 HKRKPY OIVKW, THAT w. r- Sb8 who I. blll.hnc with N. B. CARSON. '
A Willis, Fl. Thos.iWarlng .
% "r.ldf'flcowlli ,companions and answerednfgatively and Is ", piimliamr of Ta UcnlffeM* l .
tamestVrown arer,
to ;
ooe"lbu.Ieea.erd.. LrkelaoJ.'Kla.; Mrs. 'U. .. U I.k.several a..II.ble 4.d., I tt..iib d.pot J.o., A.t b.. .lb ua it. Klol' Lf, PU. __ ,
runs I.
gently
t 'of Caniptu4Iwbo will move the train. Itself whichlomes olol.mal. $ .and 1 .rou.lnl . .
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.lu"! I. R. Tyson by 11.11".1. in? h. '
0. Golinds ria.t' ge 'a" .. .
ler lakes, and steamers w1 laana I. _, the lazy org-aoa they compel '
the: stock: to that ulaos,andran. a' .gro-. ,'.Ala. Miss to the and returns to the . along .,.. .r. in .. '
.u. I and family.. Montgomery ; depet this waterway. ., for 2U miles sputhward with H rrnirtoie vmbrarMi I". ..l- ttmstlon and i head eDIlp.'loo: .
$1'oary, business there.* I.lontaD,' N. Y.1: ;' A.' U., Carrutbers S wigs to verify or disprove a thoughtof to the Everglades DWinly towIng.doerllMd riorlda.: t4 pmMrlf,.wltinl alluatad. !I. OaMula I.I" Try them. Only SSo 01<.. J.. '.

*, *fri. Leper;:0".Ai.b....,, who has Turkey' Hammock.' I the engineer\ ., be had ran over'a The Ush industry at this place is '" N*J Swnlou TownshIp. 1}BuDI maci.5W.L.VanEluzor&
ij' fceea vtstUnff her sister.. Mrs. J.A.. l! thisIssue said to be valued at month .. 3H ft .
weeks.left thisweotf.'accompanied 11 there's anything .bor.boa' I. body at that place.' 'There twenty or to toe bermea. tO p, S Tbaailit U4 bulnv _.._ at lb. Sat. of . .
,Bandy for several. r )of the V. :.O. just attribute U to thlrt1.feet' from the end of tlio bridge, : th. _"*... of annb raillfleal, In the namUpknowB .
by Mrs, n*ndy, fact that printers and Oranges and "elbl. are .raided \,4 V".... laid nanlBeaM hall iooooooocsciboooooc
for ( .lnllle.-. they .will visit I the all the extra: proprietors help we GOuld command bi ut .-.....p from safe, ground lay the In treat .bUDd.Do. ... enjoyedthe barwlNm thtr daooonllDilalawUi I
l Mr...Vi P.;; "UI4o." \ !, . I have bad all bands full this week .tearing : mingled remains of Mr. Barns-his eating flne ripe atrawbirries.fresh jus U>. 1MM: o ua the 14lb day April Co. '
.t : from the gardens, for two weekspast : . .
. Wilneva
omrlal
*THsParker, Concert down two pre..blpplnlr on., lead and shoulders between the rail "' my. ".Iu..00 S
;; ComP-b-: at nearly' every place C.i eI the 1Mb' cia .
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I the aMraotloit last night moving end setting up-the otherthatformerly and" the "outside''itringer; ; the lower My here-resulted- Ias !;. t ...... toes houses ..' I used by the Signal-In place I .tol\ "wo'1..I < S : '
one of _
House be-
an ooewho. has ever parf the body having dropped mb. to the.W. C T. U. Clerk, eh.M1"E of Kentucky
the season to the Capitol citjruv Their. In our office.Toany this line I tweeD the ties. and were suspended be- Y. them so greatly Oaoaula, CountVlorMs.,: BRO KERS.REAL ; Exchange) ,;
had txtMrtouovilVOS.
flns progrsju was thoroughly eojoyed.Tallahassee.Dally ar To ow-caualog, from its nearness to the enthused that a letter will. be be Kent Clerk ilranll: Co.fla '_ /
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will that toaccomplish & '
I, who has not ws say wot.te ..
those v.
Dr'UoilG' lad dared that he had .. I.Hr, I .
\ ; One of the negroes whom : I such a feat you need the too much.or ) Alee C. rue'Llal that ESTATE'INS AND '. 4
was. called. to aDd .t Fort of Daniel the strength of aSamson alien on the track from an attack: of t.bl omDI Stale II Apri S
way. I SS ..
'' tOardber, .last. weekdied: from. hi. I courage, the p&l.leDOf'.of, 'Job the vertigo.l b KIa.llD.-Ma. E W..1 a L. Aplrted. .AND RANS E E. R.MANAGKK.
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'".. 'wounds before the Doctor.....1,ed.- W. ''wisdom of Solomon., the. meekness The t-umaioaywr. gathered. by undertaker1 1lA51LLy, A correspondent describe l>ls : S

"' are told that'lJ his-wes a ease of rnnr vUer er_ Moses, and even. then you are IiI Thompson who, enisled by experience: 'J can strongly recom CAFE
>/ b*t a.* Isr Do" arrests bavo veen I ableHo faiL However. we have the Job: willing' friends, prep.reabeDi for Intesiweut So Sweet and Pleeaiyg !I. Tame.Mrs : .Dd.Herbl... a of re- .-. -
t .;I ;.. which occurred yesterday af- mak.bl. eHlcacy for' indigestion, loss :
and we bopelOOa to .
f reported! . I partially completed ernoon at Hose Hill cemetery under C. Peterson 628 Lk.8L'To appetite, sour In the I now hsve the )largest stock of VInes, \Vhl.Ue '
g.t
-' :ldr:'b;;W.:PrescoU, of thfs county. I be In a position better to give our than people ever he auspices Orange Blou Lodge pelts, Kan., .pe.klaa headah dro..It moat.p.lplta'loD. and Beer ever handled In KUsimmee. All .. S
and
_,f;_! J71r.UJed bl..nal..fooUd. hog I a bigger ,paper" No. 80, F. & A. M.,. after appropriate >rebound : It has. DUel ter meals ... { de
'- r.-.h b dressed 174 .; of pork. asdjwhlonv I before ,t, S.--' services\ ft t the X.J!'. church, be h... failed to give entire satifaotlon. and low. spirit; ; J. .5 grades at_ prices't"suit the'times. . i

'.......... ..... \ he made MO- Ibs-of )lard. I'_D. and )i.iTbom&ssOn. entertained Inc been member of both, prganlxaMr . of all cough ri. it I. "toy. r...0. mu.p..lo.b unique preparation 'H.rbl.. M\Ilson: jrI ,*\ S "
't ]"I The pig was only two years 'oM and the young. people of Klsslmmee t.1..n.,-. '...'; "- I' %: ':.... lie, and 1 IU" OD'es. to m many cases mine for a feW doses 'en '
... t had Tbeen kept in.'a' pen forv: ".'1'.11PODt.b. last Wednesday alsbt In a socialattbelr ,' Barns was In'the. 73rd 'year of friends that It will do, and ) done, tirely removed'my opl.ID. I wonder G 'ep .

..* Quits a porker, yet one that home, in honor of .Cot.- John M* age, came to Klsslmmee five. or six what I. claimed for it-speedily at people 'or : S
\mitrates the yosslbQities" along W. OvertoD /Wedowls/ Ala., who leers ago and was 'highly: esteemed cure a cough or cold; and It- is 1 .peodlDI their money worthless
line of Industry* his He leaves a widow week and In taste.. Herblne o '
,. ) Is vtalUnfriends, ,sod relatives' In br neighbors. s pleasing procurable ,,5
(..ae... :X :>P.f .. Hllbur' '; of. ''Ooala 1 and near KIa.IIDDI4III."ner 't.b.-..for.. and several children (all grown) to Mo and '1.1. ,: Oscoola That.maci. and so cheap." COo .; bottle at 0- "TA'BKARDZN;' Pro ri tor.
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: :s preached '.at* thai Methodisthurofc' utilities. the guests passed the evening mourn hi. tragic death who. have the . eeoja Pharmacy. .r '1 '.5 S
Hilbsra ,1s muskt and games and profound.sympathies' of oar. people in S "S
twice last: Bund ay;.f'- Mr 1n social gossip S S Sj
FloridaBetotoaryr."' most pleasant ..v.oinj.Mi... heir bereavement.' ?
tha made
for '
.agent.r.ed at'Southarland,' Fla.,.' ..d ra--Alber\HIDIoOD1H'ftldfld st'tl.e'plano' .. . ' y ', < S S S
-. .porte. the school.sOIII1...,_dl OD. and rendered severs. selfccMons{ that I L ?* po*uoo.. S :'v- issim -Mlf ) IiiIi1'AChoice' j, .

\Two" hundred and twenty pupils,.have were) greatfy.. enjoyed. .Kins -Helen i We havn-iust received a1*solid ,oar- 3 we S
beet enrolled this year. This-eoIlsfS? Carton delighted the oomp.D.wltb.yoo.1 :: a load of the very )best- Seed. -JrUh Po- ..
Vis'under tbe.auspices of,.lobe 'Metbodlohurcb \ & aeleotion In such. a manner as to atces from Houltonr'.Mains,, direct ,Monday,. ,: . 'SU < ,
Florida.: ,.;: ' establish. for her' a repatatloa among hlpment. Early Hose Bliss Trlhiph .. r CITV 0"

v-iTha"toany friends-fcare' Miv-J.' S B. those than ordinary present as.bUl', a ''vocalist,. ,A 'of hunt mor' tot.inu.kil '*. ely and and quality Pride" guaranteed.WATERS of the SouthVari.- -.>.. . U; ; .America's: ,Ieadliitented" hmuscme; v BAKERYS

S Graves::. 8r. Tw.. been mac1e glad lb1 I ereated considerable Id.terest .
notes : & CAKSOM :
'I weeks by his genial.* presence pnotELc :** '
past two : and was participated in by-, allpresent. 1f ' )' 7 'f' BrothersFamous Show -

A U. our midst.\)ir.'e I.' Gravesss ID&ellBI.a In dls'posdofhlsbi4fl MItv.mi -: ; . A collation of dslnty Thornaseoa refreshments - S ;A:'Most 1'.'" Gift: .. eltrY' : . )' S. 1 M4 1 __ S

kbow.coortomplstss was served tyMrsi W uld be'' the of foreseeing class efcblbttton of la l the:world. ': ; :
,' and ,.'IrI pleased to : > power l.khM Twocomplete iper, 1 .
Mrs. MosgacofJ.ndiane
''-. rewrnlng receive a hers cordial U>' lite.weloosoe.. Uswill assisted Mr. Kent by. Misses Beulah. vents.knowledge. This of the would future-.destroy wOuW)hope.unmake' 'A formD dally at 2.and 8 p.: m.". : !.. Dwcllinoj'a I z, Fine; .

'Is K.lssuunee always ,.whether be.oomes as; a Morgan! Louise' and Justice Maud was Thomas.lose done' .applnes*. There are. Qf. 'course, ' .5- vloe'.tfuinreb.pphm. ..Llno if_ 8
which ample
to about th.'lutu.. do I" 'S ii1
S ''vIILor. ,or..d.w.l e. .Ia.oW' 1dIt ) :. attesting. the faoa&.lallt.Tb__ know.ome things. If, for |nitanee.a lack: we.of, en- S ; S >(u |.a14... w ea Kvsry4i jotS High : _.

,''BberlPrevatt'';..8II""lo---| l lUst .Is DO .less ._.tul'lA berVole: 'as a, eFgy'\ .inbitIo& slid, loss "of appetite S 1 S S ; 5-
S '? week: la """' ,.rre $. of a _so. In charming hostess &.baa.1a -the Doctor .hows Itself we know it will be fol- S e'' of "
.vBravard county, who was suspected of' .as a diaolple of Aesculapius.. Upon .owed,, \, byjeriom complaints,.not .1 H5 : ::1'E. Grd A lf ".

S . murder some months ago near Gaines count.. of.the notes found in the buatMr. : obeoUdr -Often liver aDd kidney trouler : c -- Cracker" ..
1L -vllle, but whov! altbough answering* Kent deoIstLMIaICMSOO"dharlot bl nulckly.j''Jajrsnjr',:event 'C'.M- S' .O _
... description thoroughly, and havr'in found the greatest nmb.ssid; restore ( 11Alt.' S t ._
JiteQtri01'It.teNl.1II: to
toe : you "
.A. .JobDao. entitled' '' firafc prize and .,S !*.th. "T'0' .
J. to'
7, ; "* the same name therefore MSJIA.I' It atrenrthens.. builds. up aDd ( l Waal' :
Alachu-eounty >orl-' that WoodED Carson tsvtag-found; _
adsned the? runaownsystems.! Only DM is ;
avlgorates J71
ties that b> was not this-sian wanted. iha least numb;....alfaA-jorw.1 ( 4nr RW.atlsfScUo. Onarsniesd. by. '0.- S -S S t.r. Pmlrrt '
So be was released. sad oar Sheriff Iait .:the '.''booby! :. '''AT.tors', .; o.olsI'barms.y. I. > urI :
.* '.apeaa. Kats,'*sttlrea in .the. : 2 E'' : .
*tIt S good n0"114 aypsy riKK :
jet 2. 5 toe bial .( turbaned' .pro"'I'r--1. :TnaaedJ' .verled4 ,: < S : ': Q , .
sooubI.iworkiDS Cwlla .
.p red
sod niiwh . . j ?- t .F :tr" sI FRtT .
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"1' ; shoulders ....wlflc1.' was: .119. ','Vustlntbenlokof; time.our little 81' ajai ,'* ",
: aa.ta-ilor''t51tea.
I. .- ,:'""II"';; : 'Of :: : )" who entered. lbs parlorbearingi., \the I boy wassaved.'!writes Mrs..,WatklnsfvPteasasa.J.CIty. : : I i' ; B> :: ,.
flush VaiaB'bsih.-'a* tourTyearoirdaughaer :: keentlfulroses: i J..M. Willsoii! Jr. '
S Little pi-lsee-s hopnet" of : '. Ohlo."Pneuroo. -I ; ( : -- S 5 : : '.5
.. of/Mr I .) andMrsjd..,J,. for Miss Csrson.and .tin elephant asUveVbpoby" : fala bad pl.l1'ed.1M' havoc 'with' him\ -! -
Of Cbar......... Mo..: '" ,'MrCarson -'whichwersjmoetally > o S
MooN for and terilblseough' set in. )Al)besides. I 1t 1\, P1 .. '
I' kIieitomr isus .Moaota .lbl, sod as I r. ,
.t ... presented jTraoe-- Doctors ''titrated. ,himbut ,be grew _,_ : "
sfWt ....... ct.,. #r .ui'loa. 8be fully dCntted.JThen.. : 0ypay Ka... worse every day.. -'At lengths: tried '. ,::./ i
S. ... bwM4 T..4t ..tl.rsqoo at RODe rsad; wMpahus of those ,WK "desiredtbelr Dr. King's' New", 'Dlaoov--ry'''for 'Conumptlon ... ., ... .I, a : : I
-----7flkiiLJ.j.F1UIIl'. 081eiMI. / future raveated;,-...' evoking -araat ) and oar darling was"' saved.ie's 5 : ; ;' "j,", 1 ,, .' 1"i i. Day" -r '' '

.. at .... \fito.rI ...&fZZjast deal of amusement by her application } \.sow- ao!!ndtand-; "-well--Everybody : 5- 1,_, 1.' '._ ,.. ...... -S.---. .v "i". ,' .O.. C"a"-"C"'I'\D .- "
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[ I Z scb.d ihe.b.d.4. of her of an how beCoo\ &be ,."" toxths persons whose fortunes she onreforoougbaeolds .sod 'all' lungOswsols i i :
__ he fthjwt-. .ont. 01 .... told.' tAt lf5, Lbe;'If""'$.. dei>arl d.i dlo.sesLeg'Owsniee4. '"'IJ' ". :'b f y

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l ?t : .. .., .. .'. ++. + f eport that I We"received Am them" FUpITlY.ES' t he' would -ot r ; nd -theie' was .Adetermination A1athic\ : ,

1 have been favorable: I believe that the 1' j do her firm 'refuaalwhickcompelled oas9Ti still )

4 IitDerti: &t : Crovet. (here 'are In excellent-condition, him to 'y4el4and topermit ; F

atid.that Jb.hipJQI front'that coun Malar, wa 10 .steepeit in'' 1t,own her to trudge.On ,u\bs'lhe ,; :
t will ... the -Rlffnlttt
*> . "rri.ig. There wab lie u vtBven. noteC "* ;
C tl' dIt.dby j .great deal .of' frt et from that presence of the. girl untiNuhe laughed. ;Yfou who have crossed those oH.udesT The Grtit.'hro'u Car Lint from':Florida\ :, 1
R..O..PalKTCa.jAC'ktOllTlixit, fftA. county:'lattfall another fall the Forgetting everything elle.'ev*n the 1 those 'tm.n.it.or snow. who li; !, -. .

.< yield will be several times greater again weakne'l'of hunKer,' had flung himself ubraved( thoe blsSH sod '-. ,.' .. i1. ' .. ,ABB ,

.. ...... ."." .... . ". .. . than it was then. Th.r are some largeirovet down upon .the le floor, thankfulto I f.t the sting of ,th icY flakes cut your ' TIME TRIED ;
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A r.riub.": \ ,there,., oWnrrs have be but of that bittftwind which for' face' and hiq will-know the .. 1 FUDRIDA-S FAMOUS TRAINSl.; . AND y:
Tte ... ,, a 'great attention and : of those hours of toil and : l. .
deat of hourt (ladtwept ogainjit.lii face story .uler. "
ben pnl I > < '
,. .Iditor'' rrU" Department ; I buffeted him back until every ,muscle Ing. .Th.' briefhaLts.' for'; bfeath. .h : .' t" Maa'uftituii-d( "pOI'l]! ,'o. .,' tirth: *. rtqarraratnti of tk 'f;

,t The experiment In "Orange county w.I increase* her' of. hil body and bruited. He body leaning'even'then; against ;. "" : (
tomatoes fet lore -
) -Vith fertilizer*. driven Iro"ln' wa* made I yield wonderfully .nothe..yer. and I wanted now to much a* o lie force[ of the "storm: the almost blind "NEW YOKK.tmd; rLOBILAIftfEpIlI.-. I' GROVE. GAR'D4FIELD' 4'
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\. near Cutler Florida, by Mr. George H.- would "Q'.be at all to tec five still and breathe. )But that laugh bri.1anl staggering forward. tbr ugh the Arctic > .
Snellgrqve.! the tor.iatoea. tunet'at mty' orange (hipped, h\m( ioyless 'at it 'was, seemed to inharmonious darkness; th.- slippery, uncertain path. 1'', BETWEEN !T. A0OUSTINE, AND NEW yun: i; : If you a railing To.t Eggpl 5wta. Cclrjr. BC wb m*. tetlatt
To beinl rOw part wit of place )In that the solemn. for -the Ulbbage. wa can mad thMBTtkaThav
UM market. An acre that state ..her were last --so utterly ,tinei..vL ; i especially for 'P a
average cheeriest hut almoRt 'within the Arcticrirdle'that strange f the j i i -4xMn tborougblr tMted.T Our Blmoa P ito th beat trOtonEnSi

;J"l. .Divided w. "Ieeei.} -level andevert'and portions.;' Onon "Theri / -anotlief' njott ImixJrJLjint i It came to hinl'.IOW at k changeless --scene! the dreadful loneliness .. ..SI Aaauttlna'll'Ma.: a...I..m.' 11:M p.faHr aaeapt jhmdty.. record of a teut told In &.tate.U W* bav l.b.*'l.d at*year imtea tTau*; .

of thee the'' croo.wat planted with-. caUtr to be taken into .copaidcr.ti i \ physical TGTDw. He lifted hi.' eyes yet and unspeakable pgony. of the barren - ': : ', .) and bat. pat I mo n'y in crp experlmeaUtic vast .tt.
but fertilizing-of any k'nd.'on the :be remembered by thote who heavy with'I he. snow 'larand,-almost .'horn laiutConversation\ #!?. '.'cGO.4 FLORIDA L v' 1aaut ta.a I d. .tt fleelds. fpeclal brandt for nMclaJTrona a '
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., Od1-irb 70, pound of nilralwof: .ec- have taken an, iptorcutin the m.ittet at thei came moment 'flung hinjaelf for ) was almost implible'nly. . . ''.: - ryIn .tl. IIDd A ?, IvfMfl MTIRIAL.lU T'-TTr .
; .i: pounds of acid that there 'was a drouth latt-i>|>ring ward. Ii'or an instant two h'.imnn forms once.-flidj i she Ipa. : BETWEEN 8TJ AUGUstINE AND AND ST. ) We a.de to put the CBIIUOU.
a pnogpha'te e (for the CHICG Lurs l the reach of aboard' oeai'm wdt
.. were-applied, on.thethlrd' and summer- which worked. j> ret struggled 1 desperately, In that term-dark They wlr. huddled- mOlen'I'back j mind wb' orderl1lJr..
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4' t pounds of nitr-ate.- of'oda-aao damage .to the induslrY.!and fleas'-llieVi Maynard alowfy' forced the of a great white Laavaa St. Auuatlna SitS a m. Jacksonville *.:,.. AMMONIATEB.uiRtiini.ia- -- -----._-.,i'-;'t..:-.: aThipbats -
of, acid pounds greatly reduced orate' ( peSoiotnd. Vther back And looked down inlo the to beJi little out of( the sweep oLth i .AlIIAlqdIa Salt, F
phosphate and pounds' of ut (1 Jn of her he I iO-i.im;; trains l ara'tbt alanaard: lB rfaBUa .a aarrlo'wnulMtaaVastibtlid' 1 '.
.., muriate ofpotash'All 8 .Manateecountjea dloutn gluriirg eyet.-, c' wind. and. pite pro.ell. n. .1.. Nitrate Soda ._, ,s_
plot. weie"planted reduced -the lhe,... of. "P-- Q Brien. he coldly.a had drawn her down upon th, sled and DlnUn-'anJ . Urlad Blood Uaa UOM.
-; and cultivated croj Jo 5 1i'nt a. you. \ sN Drawh ,.Roonv-8l pln-, < ybaarvaUoajCank J
**ame .' The precisely the great 'liiih.liotsesn4: ) box,. of friiit. I If d. the helvle.man he' AddrettetiMcetned ,- wrapped Tner.warmly 4n a-heavy woolen .ml. _t. . . .- High Grade Btood and boo*, Copp-raa' C -
\ Rauner object-of the ex- the condition are normal in \'that section to ahrihlf back from. .blanket.. 1 I I .. :. Hlood and Bon .. P" Blue Stoo,. - -

a \ pnime"reit" to..d temin the'value another 'year, .may expect al 1'inoston.th2irdai in-hit, face. "I lOU .telt' tle'lnok "'Telt me," she sid,'. looking; up' at -To-. the WESt;, VIA. MoNTG S4ERY. taav Si. "Ainiatla* '::1 p., m,..JackacavlllesIepmit. Bone '- CauiUc Buda '-

.\. ., a* thee :. hn ny aore' hoxei like that I II throtle yOu like a him (ro nout hertover; "did you do "".' % ', Caakagtt. -, Land riaaUr, '

em..o the b'' some. Iilere.ce of of fruit '**' weribipped* taut. fall and. Una' '., -, -r i ..V.V.MJutSlie .- anything dreadfully wrong back there : : ., ,. '" t - Bright OotJot Seed Meal '. WhaleOU SOrouud oO5 -

ftrtj known on rte well this winter. ' ** got t food, Jack." the vt>tcalmost e that they are chasing you orf .. .. . Dark Cotton Bead MeeJ. ,. ,, Ooppenut,

I '. Ucefol.1 tht clmicaMerilur. art very "So far 99 t Ic.au. tee, everything'jiistifles whinrd. it -waa so p'Ueous. "1 1 She' could not see his .face plainlyan 'C > rLpariA) ;. jid. WEST .nroiAK ;.. Oaator POII1ace. ;, Bl-tulphld CSarboa. -

-.J, .:.' the potash il, raited( ., but -a large estimate: and 1 honestly Sow j Ii| back il aVr curtain there, lr .just as well, for'hi. answer ; POTASHBaiMuriate \ Oyster puella (or Poultry, .
t'vlewoI rcassuri NEW YORK
pint believe .\Ieal'very cRliruote 1 1cibn: -411.oth.r ImMed partially'round to was spoken 1 calmlyas to BErWEENJACKSPNV1LLE-M. Part. XJtreea and Inaeeticf.tt. -
the fact ta. many feritdntain hiade below what thefiRUrrt look, hand still heavy on the pros- her. "i'-j, r **' '. -T"":!' C \ Itrtaab.. ( wersW ,

.still'0. lte'Oflhll: p1n ; ( proVE when the grange shipping wi Irate man; and for the first time taw- "I "ae.oeldo'm.fnrl\nl that Ics. *. St. -Augu.tlne- *:C.in.JsckosvIiIS. Ja5L*' ? .nm4 eanyla; Pnljman ,- .i..a. High Grade Potaatk *' TOtt. OOO MATERtA'LSiOut ,, 'm
J
gains.: of ' the Roughened he, by long was I am \
girl
a .
JQO ht closed. -wat men '
fr"id
,.,'The results. by plot.' figured' to' onecI.e . Some Ihal the, orange growers from years oHhe( frontier, gambler and gun. did) I rilh. anybody anything/I I 'M' - J Slep.. and Dining. .;! C, V' faIuit-1.-Low Grade Potaab' Tobacco Sterna,. a :
No. 1
were at followti iio-I reckon some of -t14 -----1 Urouod Tobacco, .
the other substantiate what \ was 'that yet in Jack can answer you '
*"(,|iI N-t fertilizer, 36 crate'(3); ( nitrogen Mr. Arnold'ollliel'hut. had to* say. '<-Timci- fRht1r.hte Maynard thl compelled him to exhibit - ,.hose sports-concluded I was too lucky n. f : . Canada fclardwoad Ashes. . ', Kln. U round Tobacco,,'

and photpliono. -acid, 90 'crates) ((3)}) and Citiren."' .. "", rell..1 fo WOlan. No 6ne,woulchiiv I with the..rd.' . He felt how closelyshe'was Kor-'resctvailons. n'" l.ro..I. apply w Ag.nl. .orwriu I PHOSPnOltlO ACID8J: Baled Tobacco Sterna. .. _
S nitrogen f.ah. and-phosphoric acid, Union -_. . .- called I UK one pretty, yet there wajtching him. land lie''added' ,. I. ., O
: JS7 *crate N -' ./ k iTae DaJtlla. : wilt that about her. which would lead a firmly, "Of course, you $know I "was's "l'tt\NK'C ItOYLSTON.' mmerci.i W: D, STARK, rest Atnt., nill..ved.one". ,'. All guaranteed nnleacbed and to ceo _
,Thl. season a good for thecrOD'an4 I that, Agant PI.a' Arid Pboiptaat. ., Ulu all their rertlllalDf and ,.
one / t' man- lo. think twice it they met in a gambler, but want to tel you *" Umectlela. '
the infmplee fertiliE r.'plot' 170]/"r. Ucparlmcnt; crowd -n slender -woman, and her face luck or no lack .Ihe game I ran was .13s West Bay Slrart, .Aatcr.Btoclas.jsckaoavlli.. : Pta. ... ( P' aolved toot. Black. uropertiBtV w.

2"made a over the unferti- 11111ia'showl' of twenty' five deemed. Very pale it was framed by square" T. M. EMERSON Trafflo Manner '* W. ), CRAIG eGa. Ptaa.' Amt. E.O : I .

r lir-ed. toil The complete fertilizer, how year alo. no I>popular, have such a.wealth-of dark hair. SOle way Somehow ..he felt like k new man .. : Painter Fertilizer ,Co
'
"M made. vastly greater gain;" Pot given place 'Chrysanthemum and her eel interested Jack; lie fell.vague- when she said quietly, so quietly ..thathe .- .- - .- ,

a increased the crop' ?'f Rose Well lay these two superb I ly 1 that'iic had teen them somewhere > hall to cnddown in the storm in any minute-any of you care to e.tead To : mind, ', JACKSONVILLE. F.LA.. , .

. -- crate as a,./ t.4 crate for the com. classes of.llowi-rs'never grow less, before. ', ((0 .at.h'the words So I reekonyoui' are ,ready to : the'under.ladll this -very .4 -

V 4. : plete fertilizer.These, figure are.not yet we can love Caesar less because ."ire youhungry she anked, .as he "I. Ihallelevt that. glwayil"! Well, Tom Briggs, what 'do* youwantS" stroller cdeln the' glib-tongued -'- --- . r' j'
all of the-afocy\ b any On p'lo Rome more., The.time.has come toreoice sat there and stared at her. . 5 5 '- selects a* a' .condlel.' Nature nev 'I', .-:-.4.
f
;; : I'rt v-f.rtili< )- me.nL averag d bu that the-ohj, .favorite, .the Dahlia "We have; eaten nathing", iiice yesterday I.was ffie second day Already they The man thus addressed puthia- bandup t ."of h lon.trolitie. for" theperpetuation yyastta&xaioe .. 1. "
has
.*> ,-poUfl4ewhii1lot a (incomplete returned its sway, Popular favor ,morning." he answered hoarsely left the sweep of the.wid frozen over his 'mouth .0.'0'make his fne&rce.. .' -

f" )fertilizer) averaged..impounds and plot has turned. full-.tide toward the Dahlia, "I 1 Ie 1.1 crazed h what he las passed i river, and .were totting' upward now. remarks audible. -'hin'.helod pec.1 'rbs the rain Rudded--Pecan-- es FREIGHT ::'

;. -t >1 Lwith( Potash) averaifed< pounds which coiiics again into tho arena. in through." ) among- (the dred. desolate, hills, the "You know mighty well Jack he Nature. kernel; it perishes ,

" The- .ctua yields per acre were therefor the ino.st improved 'rrn. 'sizc' and color. \Vliatevcr she nititlii be, this 'she un- faint line of'trail winding in and out said 'hoarsely ,, "or ye wouldn't 'have with preer. -medium-sired nut .

j : s, alerttaipml. In quick "silence her dark- among the bare reaches of rocks Several skipped. We've got a warrant for ye 'a. .hel .ufcen'thickness-' Orange TesAl.4! .' i!

(i) No fertilizer jOo pounds-; ( I. .The 'florist* divide the (("wer.into, ful of-f ,pity she liailded out what times witltiA the hour !had O'Brien' all right; an' you might just .well4ve that mea, elegant.nu PREPAIDPEARS --l .

trogen and phosphoric. .acid, -pn four classesand each division is tip tog c'e. ,. drawing) back into i Ihe thrown lcl. flat on the snow amIxggcd ; in, 'cause you can't hope to let 'you find can' crush .between your hand Peaca Trees p .nu. ',
: r pounds; (.1)) nirogen. potath pho, highest standard of il"1Hovem"t deeper sha.lotitiabhit'al the .ami.hednl I to left -there to die but past Shepherd'suohow, Sepherdwo't and the: kernel .-delcouli., is at a *

.4. + .phoric acid, poun *. and SbQw_ 6r large-*, bnl.'iiig, ;
; Also the cropof plot I 'was principally Pomjtbaor t>ouquct and tingle flower, it l waH an the( gift of the 10cs. ' head to foot, had b len him again and Maynard laughed."If . ISO anxious of the specie i_h c' i I. OR TREE$. GRAPES ORNAMENTAL. TREES AND' SHRUBS.- ...,

,- cull and second class, 90 .lot. Inl are tn> Ih.e"> which -mirace) al.i Suddenly Maynard "" lookhai - again to his- (feet and .I lashed him forward I didn't happen to know you and if to perptuate Therefore LJ.RGEST'STOCK, ,OF TREES. BEST. QUALITY. .LOW 1'RICS I ': .
- you plant ,
: very "fan.,.".'generally, very nov&. md beautiful Ca\11 va.rieties. ed mmii. with cruel words ,that stung your outfit that talk might-ino," )'worth a "..
whole
q lade >'*''fh many sm.l and un AH the lassVs are -.eaiyof'culture "\\' made you' liughi"; he asked."I worse than the hail that bat their he "Of course you'vegot dollar .a pound, the chance aboltleenl6ve NURSERIES" MA
.k ., on' marke-, and I anv/.nc' flower can hardly know," she said wearily; "I faces The woman was upon sle< a warrant all right CnouRh but or eighty out pf a hundredtha. POMONA at t MIAMI, JlLA. >, \ .

I . cop was excellent,* principally "f.no .*' claim -specially be Ihe ''alelr'lown, t think I was nervous and yon came into I now, strapped there against her 'wil what you really come down Wl the re.ullinl trees will produce. "- JACKSONVILL FLA. 1
J ,. It it impossible to make direct com it. it-the ..Dahlia.Aniajeurs suddenly." after sliT? liad fallen twice, unnoticedand muff you knew J carried. Now I'm'" parent, and some ; .'A4dr THE.GRIFFING'B 1\0THkRS"COMPANV,"" J' , .?

parison on account of the uhevenel of will probably fiiuNMvt( .J Ills I .)'e. were rh''It' upon her face. :'without a. cry on the.desolate going to give Vou your choice, and of them even Im.Uel than the tf or. Catalogue free upon application. '?._O, Box 533 B. Jacksonville.; Fla, .

.' the crop, but even had total crop method 'of'pr&Ipagation best ) ) 'h "I. have it now. said' quickly:; trail. Once they 'had retracted their you'vgot to lake it--quick. I reckon average.

"" in all three plot been of equal quality. their convenience, it from ThV- 'you are Jessie'Cqle." -.- steps a mile before they found her hI'mnghalfconsciousin > you'll- never find me in this sort of a Every farmer who .kept his eye '
. the difference i I. mrtst ttriking. / -- florists are careful to lub.r.' correctly >>A faint flu-.li up into her the snow. Now there's the open knows that the watermelon -
- .rall moo alain. bole .
1: "of-nitrogen and phosphoric 1h and there will be tin initiate in chieks.yi: Jt-was nearing the nporr hour now; it and go. north; if the the monstrous ear of corn and

alone nearly tripled the crop, while the the color orvkiiu) preferred( .Tile t itt- ( Jia-Klakni ,.you sonic tiriie 10 they knew it Uy the slightly brighter you cnnr step this wan I from overgrown which' bull are not the' best t'5-iPi'h' '
1 simple addition of potash made an fc lve out of ai'x men. .0 propagate. "THti EAST COAST OP FLORIDA -

t t .- ,... gain of ..m>und., nearly.' I ly, "or they ,'al be cut like I Irish ;polatoes. in ibe soft(( anTi''-i ion "I f her voice. "I] made partially visible the desolate horror You hear.met"' . insure1-There i p.iivel no other'w.y to i* PARADISB RIGA1tED11'4

!)- ten times the yield-on the nnfertllizecoil. leaving ;an eye or I two-tin etch 1 Hxnl supposed; I WNt w<1 known in I Il.wcaii of the scene O'iirien had fallen As he spoke he flung the two 'can \ relrouctlon of this elegant
and ,
. -A. the 80.pounds of muriate'opotash out or piece again from sheer weakness, and he< vas bags far'out' over the edge o..b two-incbr- three-inc -

'- .S . cost not more than $ .o and a:. The next beM! 1 liiethod which is aioo I He. lowd, ;Kra elv. feehnar somehow 'succeeded in staggering' hi..fee hill dawn upon* the trail. pecan except tke process out I -'

the gain over plot I wat ,ome 91 eaelof : the cheapest is from .e.dH. Dalil: I that h lvr) manner cuniiielleir. 'i retpeet pnce. morel he gave vent 4o 'a suddencry x The'o.gfouped blow stared up at of nature's' hand budding or grafting ./ FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAT.
1. the highest grade the cost seeds and i'lt ; I thai he ,'.iill, lift nccnunl for. onsi hi sprout grow as lutiIjia pointed away
'. increase in fertilizer less ,than emit -i-ythmK, lie had formetrl then paused Professor {fl. Harold Hume in los -
beans or s>. amid bear transplanting :. ward. ._Maynard painfully broke Ihe forwad. nresolutely. -
cents crate. . I IhuiiKlu, of her. ) bulletin on the pecan, says that writer LOCAL TIME
per as well at cabbage The uncertainty t-ltist: of ice that over his "What the hhas got into yob, CARD No 45. In Effect Jan. 14
Perhaps the "I I have lieen -tnterestedi i iIhings in differ in their opinions, holding tliatmf t 1903.tj.
: most instrnctiveTparr of of -the kind or cVllcir of I lilt rtcver I balMrozen eyes and started back- far Jack he asked wonderingly. 1 this .
this experiment i ia the quality of the I thmcal rir. I." he said in qxplanali deal T" - ". nut are planted, the variations. Iromthe JTN.ouNa.atA.sow.: -
01 .yere square
blooms bit extremity .
from leetlilM1 becomes qitttefascuialing. Y ih-n the, very will ___ NOITHtOUHD .II .. ,
original be "somewhere from
crop. On plot I ( ) a crate <. "and merely recognized you from I line black They not the quick flush '
uuferlizd certain; the dim 5W were some .e
a co11 '
*percentage '
.llle ; ;
weighed 30 pounds. on-lot : (no oot of bloonis may be worthless your l"h.luph. 1'hen. he added speck lie endeavored to .count them that info Maynard' face, but S to a 10 per cent. That is, J here I ; ;-rsa.n N.t m- Ti 4t.ll n..T* ;:.74Dally. Ma.t

ash) -crate pound. on Iher is yet i a'chance to onBin.ilcoine, quietly., .certainly had ..na,1 reason" loCXIM'CI but the minute sjJoti. danced so before they hi-ard his fierce reply. '. a possibility that life tree resulting I Daily. Dally. halt,. Pally.T Dmllf.TK I .I -a
i; .' ,plot"k.i. however, the cratet .*.a.veragei thing-aew and \ 'l-'ortunes have meeting yOU h.rc a'? f (his strained vision that he could not "Don't be asking foolislt- questions. from paper..hel nuts uiay all depart Dallj.M ,
.- -j6'pbundi. That I is the fruit wai been made .lrikil\J flower She lifted her head' and faced him be sure. But be realStd who Take the and get out! Urre? I get from t hi orilinal. not c i. W ? (
aldwhat they .lnl II 4 ,,,
Smoother and more solid, which men has ..en. may, must be, and his firm jaw sh'hiat ) tired and some of you." desirable 'yp I is certain that from S 5 -'i'co'ituj > ,aMa $l.ao.Jaok.oaviii.jif... &. .., T41aMa *$0 5 isOIti ' I
...._.better thlnplna; qualities. The actual be'llnin "Yfni, 'y feel l no ii,_e- 4-jn Iheatrica'l ?" Hriggs shuffled forward through the jo to 60 cent will vary I this i Is thminimum. I 11 ,
is The had straightened pr
Whether ( t- or seeds.Daltlia ,. I : it girl 1i.s 151-----.1- .::::.liMjngu..i '
::
frul life? anil'her words clearly : .
-. .tRod.uaedon plot I ..b6ut 13 tn .l.e" were flung aside her blanket *ms4 snow until he reached Jhe bags whileJaynaedhungrily ,I- -I I "i'M.i l
t pounds of g tf-rr- io"ro..ll.The dim ,. up Hie of increa jti n't, is4 ii.it.v..PsIatk& ...Lvi--------i 5 ...... .
nitrogen-and percentage
Irt
2$ :nLto .il YOI iiossettItnt into north. 1 the fingering his rifle variabil *- I---------- iS.
available phosphoric acid. funds'of .. .almost bolh> nl'( ."1:4 .. ,woman who was altso staring* .the tit urWtjIar over and watched iilZesiynx' ;- withhe )_of de I TWI fitSfo6i4ar,. PI.tkaAt-. S 50 -
-"- quiclf growlli' inclined to IH- brittle I posse comIng u--rogruavey rsi v-.Jar4 aia Jlala ,MAr .
ceived the same, extept in additioq 4 hence the of Ki\iitK them \\bc ,,' cojiiiielled 1 to' earn I living in thatprofession. . Maynard his gun out from the his every1 movement. S'intent was he parure or t/pe of the 1't: :!!: tltJLr.. H.n M t o..l.T ,i1.. : :
of actual The, value f necessity Dotihlless your Alaska exjnrience' drew upon'tluVthat he notice when species. Thus, with a suit, an inch an.ahalf ,
.( pundi' .. ptasb.course; in the support of Stakes! to which they ought has 10 added greatly tt vow- l load on. the and' fingered- ''grim, one of the (Hlpws.slipped Silently out long there might be expected 50 :::::-' '::::::. ::: :::: ....:.BuQDalla..: '::::: : :::::' ':::: -

patticular 'needs. of..he Thi il: Is to will be not securely.cut into ustenedbv the n.k...,.. 4M.
the vital cro\ the'pro then yttim 1 will tcnrcc'V' 'i it; with incite 11w 41 ? 5, .. .. .
alwayt "afe ((mpeh"nd.1) I with "smile. "The trail ain't among. Tie.raikt.: Briggs one two i.e .Iteyloii* tM.ioi. tip 454j
twine are not enough In tie ti-nil. when I < a pinch form 54 ...Port Oran ......-.
i Stable of fertilizer and motive cent
use | say 75' (
lila his
drew prire iNjgKcd
,. fertize The soil should be rich, mellow aii4t-it- IIat ; used at this tnne a year and I suppose bacV, to pr .ete au Tiipftip : .SmTrnaM.. s'' flp-,; -'
chemicals.: With alone and have been ( five- day.. by We observed with N !j m
manures we. breast his eyes jill pn" Mayoard, until regret that .;;r..oaiill k,Wll...., ,
the The is I must be the fellow they want to *
.ake' them .'we. find them but will posed to II.hin n.hJia my own.deliberate. "ieehat t preferred : " lie. backed in the. snarling curs these strolling bunco thivvci.r-we' can qj Ii j I :::: su-iii. rsr-'st u"ii..
I ; native -ofi Mexico., and si fertllizeri we can"'have the plant food a in the rel. s'Jitnde yet v\en death itself, lie bent down the- of tliei| lead 'monl Then suddenly call' them by no milder namla". --I---S 40 ..!.,
sunshine. cut
141i
la.hlnl.Ihat
balanced suit the with the, bare possibility of being and found .,..,. -
to actual needs of the over held her report rang out -on the froaty- victims in St. s.j; -i so I 14
Putnam I
.. The ( know wha: In th f soullf-they beitin- to blot takeI' by hin.niratJcnmrnrather (than'continue'lonjr' fat. .har Marion 5,4 $5 5* P0r
1'crop.. great point ts to < !' I "News Miss Cole" he. apokeonce Maynard felt the tearing blow of an"Iachu.' countie. andoubtless < .S .. 07 Io.ki.dit..bit U CI
jl this it and alto in July and continue tillIoveinlcf..- In iiioiiipanywmthi those : ,
r i -
balance ; to act upon the t fish as it crashed into histhigh, in.btmers.
{that knowledge. .. the north theblooming jiine is, not to' with. whom )\.et4..." / ' 'more with his. old.! and easy" maimlr. "a* ,I but the rock -he ,,4gainst If the-pecans or the tree'have been LL. e i fi a .. : ; .1 ti i * ;
: >, P. prolonged, aa,May,.it'the, ear'.i' time; :V "She: honitated.( ; 'he''at' lure it out. you to .'Ieaninl 10 41IOHT a
.'J> w i ,< J.i.Crl.tan.II it them. ( [ ,' c' -t' ,.t.hinl I make Sherherd's'in about three hours. held brim upri.ht. ,.Wih sudden bought amNplanted) the sharpcTTl ;;;-;; i..,.. Si ,......- ........ .- s.
a-1 i. i that it to. heO : :Thtcthien S her in silence- ts ",' -
!/ .f. ; while I will here and a lit- move of prcli he returned gone, tLere is 'help for it now; butt '. S. r : ......... iota& ....
|Tk* Ifeait Orauag* < ..,/' /fd : :, bloom u uhUjl.lr! /\ ( ,' \ ] < ,,\ Wli.1 her! you are'.' 1111rahle! men slay njy Ine-fire, fghler. the instant h. resultant treesn be allowed t<" 47"a .. Stuart....... ...lam. .. ,
4 .i .tj\k lie/ serious argument with out. allo.t ..,... Bound ,. ,,,,,,, isaXIy..SQ .
th'.heayt. .he com imied S calmltV' *
'A. [ <> .
'j. Arn'old. who bUr'. oranget extenasvehy .. dewsl10f j { ;ye fit.-Vk, that -Wv.tfid shock; and then, grow a year and] thent1ty can be bud : : ,
in nearly all the in.- hiln'niRh. refresh .fle' .know.t"' .'1'', ''i'1Ip 'bM.j; .1,':. "You-mean; for maddened by pain began to his ded over to varietieS whose type J I 40 J SQ it i
ountie us to heavngpu nunip ;-u- ,
eluded in the belt ,] m "perfect, l bestity-nd For the first i'ime }in years a .red flush ? into the which-was al positively known. In thil. there MaMa 5 ,
orange Florida. JJIOII' inr "Sure thing-there will.be ffffne repeater bunch Vjr S **-. M ,> 45
"atates that (there it to be a big crop of- great Iumbr.'h"le clump, .will-be sprang into-4laa-uians lace (for me dealin with them hop, ready fyinl"p the**trail as-fast .the will be no disastrous loss pf'thne. a. .45 ass Ifp *,- -4

,4 Ihe Kole. fruit.. coming fall, and- densely covred most mngnifi- "Ynl may" indeed have cause to but if here ever get eye tflerwouldn'l men their dOl.. I was over thee would be of one waited eil.tten a 1515 ---W.stJupti.r------is----. -
that wil ;what it. wa las cent .(lowers, l perfect a Camellia doubt it. he replied, almost harshly be particle of almosr in an inltal and then years to discover the thetree.FrMit -
a
: yes?. ". J.aj>onica and &beautiful as (the fines but wilhont h. il.Iion.Mwht I tell youIhat ; of I tell I onlou. gang any. helpless nearly .. m.n. May Grower. 0 .04.- .
I am Jack la. '
In it
He draws hit conclusions from fhe Rotes. the range of color is nOl they're ')01 drunk already or nard toppled over andfell f'll! length aimts.ttO5 pp -- p .aa
I He conscious of 5
known that flower of kind was -her quick( Agalaurrpm
t reports he hat received during the pat, a any exeel upon the.snow. .
woul hat-c them
Briggs
e I rn few days -in reference. to the condition the Dahlia and fewn,1| "': breath of ,"rprse. and it hurt him, yehe lUre never all. You. go ahead,got just as-\1 Not a' moment did he lose- con ,- the- Florid.Agriculturist. Condensed $chedule Between Jacksonville and SL Augustine.. .
of the pearly while, clear pink l lavender \1 'sternly with all he (had loay. I a ,
of
tee. in all part$ the ,tIt t ant (nlary. you. and t leave me to aMend tins aGinunea. Tootsfrps sounded on the I 'i in jour issue of
see aist.
from ob.er.tionl -of the lev- mauve, rose,. scarlet and purplein 'l crust, and gritting his teeth in January '.JAOxaOu.L TO BT. UGUTINL.
1 pat my'own way a letter from Mr. G. H Wright asking -
solid colors, ,. the vnrtegatec "Moreover, left Dawson in .
besides
eral when he hl. .builJ- we something agony, be.roiled over, his gun still _l I Wa,aT N; $ I IT -
orange in the'tevertl sorts which are nerfectly beautiful and of a hurry and there i.. doubt- There was a certain tone of com ready ; but it was a woman's form Jhstapproached some yery.itsttrl'hl> questions-wIth a.. ii -....7Dallr. flatS Na.SDally. .41 lwtiy IMIIS I N..Sl I Patty I NeSS
of the .cOltle. unique. It is not to see a lens, a poftsc'on our trail.. . ,inand in his low voice that seemed to and rjrard'lo\ open fire nr a grove and Call/ Daily. VailBOHJiDTJLttS /. 5. 5., Amty. I i-

yesterday reporter - laid nure white, tipped Un"OITOI on each, t ttnl, almost totally dark there infpel obedience., O'Brien picked up fell from the, lock.the trembling hands. firing a shedded grove and also abut __._____________________ _ _ _ won.

4;; # '"There 'wi be -great.crop of 'or. red, purle'ar 101,1., And, purple wih ,dot-rw1 low. snow-covered .oo and 11-'he a the ropes, but she paused for a momel "You ,here?, ., ...ade in a shedded grove. I AT. *JaakioaTlllr*. AUKuaUD | *4ta |l4QOa t *0a 14 ItOa to a-fl U HP M p I I IMP tP p ll1 p p | II1ILIIJL) [} I !
and laid heavily gloved trees under -shed 18 feet in
height
in black will be distinguish, her one onMaynard's -
state and it r."Ir"ot "Of I.
anges will ftlure(I.ar- course am, indignantly, and ST. ADOtraTXirii.To dr4.OKaoxrvicj.ti.No. .
exceed t>y. far the expectations of the tipped or banded with dazz1nl white* I ly, but the light of the Irm. ahe sank on the snow at his tide. "Do and find it i i. the easiest thing in the = n --
l The nearest approach flower which, Ollrien had- I "jackv" she said using tbof.mihar .- world to protect them during a cold N..Iiih..ssi.31 i i -
fell lolly.
-
who
average man take an interest in that nature has I the (c"lul. his face iRnile. the name for time unconsciously ) ..think/ so poorly of me'a.0.tup- spell. I; have ,24 steel cylinder or .- N,. II N.. Zi.iu7 I Paily I D..ti 55.44 I Ni. $0 I Na. 75 5..74 N..iS
the except upon
I have beard .
Id Ihe would leave ? ,
orange ettimatet ptouc.d. really Deity. PMI7. '
"
on"'in.str. from' Pansy It the -tsgnifi- IrenKlh of it. and the hard look died out orbi. p.e here also and yon haul stove i in t'lie shed in which I burn charcoal -,, 5Ez. 1)a.I1a.1.iMiit I '
crop a
great !many, o<-the'groweri'as-well a. cent blooms Are borne on long Moms. "You are running away?" she- .ked,, ,face as he looked down into heeyes. you in on the sled Are we.you wi much .and wo and although I have had( Ei Iii
from, 'tome"' of those who have! been clean and.shinini. well above (tlje dark as if notfully eomortliending. "Yot "You won't ki them" will you7' hurt the shed years, 1 have never at any'
rich elegant cut. flowerpurposes "Not if I can it. The answered time lighted more than -nine of then i 4
dealing in'-Forld. orange-and all of / In are fugitives Then you v ill. go 'righton then "Leg1 tro"en. 'I reckon. OX BHAITOH Z.IlrX8.<
lowly, and suddenly he bent down and found that I '
them to under open blooms and the and l"a\.1 me hereT"" She lifted his head irentlr and rested could r.i.1he tern ,

",' .. estimate tin 'crop; t I Incine.that there round shining .bld.that are -.Imo. He wondered almost sadly. which' and kissed her.ward it against her shoulder Then -she perature \ to 13 degree 30 I. I ,4.NJ'ORD BRAXUE, ORANGX VZT' BELNC*..

C-, 1 will[be' nearly'two: and -hall' mil. be .on s* stem she .wou'l prefer but his response was 'ner fare flushed a. permaps, i had aient.' with quivering lips, looking (la If I 'had not the shed I would have to -
o ill
I .. lion* of.boxes in this state in another lieve one of the necessity of having I never done before ih all her -fe, and the north where fast re- have at least 10 fires and if the wind t- ..Burtons.I CNa.1E2 'PI.Si'N.Ip.JJ7l TA1055,
Irec. Pally Dally
.. -- blow\ tnd .! >
-. 7Inl.( : ', .n.otber.,,fower. "We-nhall. do notjijng] the kind.?.. without a word she turned away and treatingposse were already, mere bla'ck twO get wet you are' fNa TV......... THu.TlUa>,?.....Ar, j5Fj i I 'N
-. u In the .'tlre -. favorite ejile by .i"e ,with O'Btien stumbledtjmrouighhc going to a L.v.-MtmL-------e.Art 10 10 IT.IIII ..
specks lOp tSSp
rar the a .Haayrraa..AfI t.
aneaa to "Yon She
make an on -
Cower snow not
Her
not had was
prelI I' have found "i 'vo/e' lne. I believe Mr. 55 Ldv,..,,.,..,. n"..!...! iliiPally k'a .
LakoHa
estimate, View of the fact that one enemy, and quick of alarm. r ) dritl.down the .raiL willing that he aho in Stevens, when .hort. 5 Oat.i .Aril M a ( 05 p a an .Ar '-
; not ten .5 Lv---------Sntsrprlis.-.Ar Ii o. a I St llt a Iv.Oran OHf.Ar 151I
J anrugly brown' cut f t. handed, fires the of five v
there- it no''danger-ol.he worm. I 10 up "No. May I ask do ybu chance to momen he'104 there watching her eyes, MPe'Irgve" u. e ir---------- s.nf'.rd' Lvii. CO a 55 p 114 a Ar. -Or.Oily Ia.Tuv
.tree; pracialy; tM winefls : thet stalkeating its way. know Tom htrigge'" them, a new upon his rugged "I want to you something," she O six acre with 1 an Utter sz.iI i l - ii''

-: & cerned estimate can cn-- ens the stalk, turns the leaves yellow She shuddered slightly'it t the name? face. Then he turned once more to the laid at las.'1.a.1 half afraid of impossibility I the. grove.haT.hetn, I l (CJLT7OBT BBAVOTcCAn J 55. I S :
legof course, for a change In'the and wiher. tbe; flowers gradually, no and he northward. .4-1k could make out those te.uOItion. In-theo' -- - ; Dally
could (feel that she give them :
z. there of his depredation. shrank back black without you money ,.......... ......... Jacktotvina ....................,,.Am'f$3Uii t '
that the weather conditions dur- nn* difhiculjy, and lust .M.
!4 even quite in lime to The from, Kjni.-" lpt. to keep them from me? iiNa.17 ...................Couth JukanovHU.?.................L 5 51 a II
summer not be such to aave. a plant "I .. ni4n and two dog .e. Maynard stirred untastly.'Well i 4.r------------------------' ** ....... ........ f q
wi one stalk he attacks be' sacrificed thought, prohablY.the.nale would the hunted :::::::; .. .. "fS "". ... '.... ... -. s: p
_ _ 9 'materially affect crop. My estimate may befamiliur.. I maui smiled Ilml I reckon that i if you hadn't ( ....... .. Bsaek .. . .. .Lv f ( p
I I bated a* .' matter of course.; on the but further dam.le lo the plant may Wel. heads. every the reasbnto "Dj 'hunder, old meant to l ben that exactly-whajt they I&r..i vV SO a _N 4

'assumption, that we are to have, a, moderately be safely bv 'culil a alit up lliat s IP'e mel; sweet officer "anq make lure thiig, ,ut!of it.", he mut.lered alonl.hlve got, in't TralnadoDolatopalataUonaopportUwbloliiiotHnalsahown. ., ?
,' -" to where* he' it -.t 'rk watching a thouglatfuqy. "But I reckon be "But did do admited Tb...Tlaia TatHaa show abs tlmM-vhloh trains mar ba iim>iad W antv sad depart
,"> / falr-nalon" clo.eIY.lh.t he curt upand Jaw, isn't he? And ybu can bet that you t heu.> tha a.varal ataOaoa-bul ansi arrtral or dapartara al tha Uoaa alalad le sot rsalaalaad,
"There area great many thingt. to do.,ground every man of hit posse will be from his hardly flured 0 any bavinE this lona- He -couldhear O'Brien now toiling nor doaf Ihs Oampaoy aoldlt..lt nipoaalD:* Lot aoy dalay or any aoua qa aia aiiaUg //"ti
_ _ : be taken 'into consideration while mil. slyly drop to the' where hi.color' own class. -Now, madam, no doubt range There's Ioi to bea up the hill, dragging the sled over the $h.u.fro.W,, I 7 ."0-
ing-r tn'e.timare- 'will -help hun..o escape observation .think. surprise party I here pre.ntly. i snow crust, and air at one he ( a %
of
this'lnd- you poorly enough me. but felt &S&ev.Jsf
f bodily make way with him. Occasional Iii i. ; Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami
- first iplace,-the the I'll rive-you one pointer straight, -I'm eyes swept again to the tear thai ahe did not restrain drop
cttlraate'wat to' b4 made i it to waterinl even liquid fertituer hound but fhe man an"'woman sout-'I on up" &
Inlu. not .enough .to.Ieave in the hi.'h.n.
which will to Dahliat .in you ready rounded the bate of the hilt tnd "I **' BBTWBBir: KTaVBCI, KHT WEST AVAN4; AND NAE&W.
a gnat many grove are-wow nlale bands of those fellows.The Lordknpws know, Jessie, he &
> coming*', into bearing," and Which the dr. weather. Mf.T: I wouldn't make much show"at were .out of tight. answered soberly;)"but reckon it must 'SZ 4<&rm3&Cf'.T. ,,swrAJsj Lm$. XIAMI-XKT WBBT-HAVjUbf WIN
aver buyer know I.Drennan. "I reckon the would rajther would have because I love " ' ;
_ *ga'oratig bt.i\tle'\ -- 1 a saintbut I had a mother once. and{ ben you. .
4. .i : 'about..Even last 4- a aider, and I do it that way," ha. .Hakinj softly The '. .f face flamed. Then, Oomamanaaiaa JaiiaaiT*.10O>. OonumenolnJanuary !*, ISOi. .
sprinl. never back lai. .
1 ha've y l we'it .on I to himself i "bat O'BHen .a . -_ -Mlaatf Man.,Thar.......I.-1) W tnara1Bnff.TBur-.4..4.;..... ."Do p
an estimate.; higher, than brutes language? bard, drew neas'tshelbeatlhe I .M.Ar
asked I
; .mucl a woman; nor do will .
now? lout I Kaa .aTn a\rn..t\ ,. I w piiUnU Key wu.t.uavbur....! ...........
.e "any of%b< other tu growers who be'president:o1'tbe ilvile I.itcrsr'ckcle Anyhow, miss I propose to vet get yOU never unloaded to such a gang lower until' her lipS almost brushed 7 Lv N.su.c %W.4. ........'..'.......... (0 a 1,5 fey W.sl gaa., Tbur. n..n. .M..l oe ,
'w"re,estimating on the TPp- but by a. a recent . ) they'''I down to the. coast, else Alaska will -? pr . ..... ..... ......
_ _ taking;into' consideration.the' fact that replied the "You ought to have som-funerals. 'And he the 'drop. "Jack." she otly..illWe'ar ? nehh"- Ooaunaaalfcg rabrtttry a. 100. lv Havana Mon .Jro. ... j
patted Ta Sal 4..Jtv
Ar Waul
lecetal. .i Kay *
t"erC'were inbe t great many Mattering 1 heir my he Inset his colla the ''stock of e gun that' lay beside him. f Ue opned hit heavy mackinaw" coat er of at very but we cin help- Lc)Ita5 ate, W.&, Pit ..........:... t W p Ky w..k Tiara. Sat..i,., *S aAri.niIT5.,8at
I id, the : territory i I the with hi. hail- 'each other to.!. od ArMaaaaaTiiM Taara.. a ..'..v..K i SO a. ... .....d............. ? N
grove It ia
4' oldorange .buton. . hard to tell just what but there frozen finirera. bttone b btterl; 'c't we.And / E/vHa aaTu a..Thar.aak..n. j 00 p
-- where -the. tree* "ere killed by was an Intensity At Iffltna in his voice aiill h..h..A de.r' rMi5.iw.d..b'xt.Iuia.---------------' isa -

,. -\'the frI I ma very near hittjng the '10, Itaward. flOO. and manner. that- impressed her 'with at te his pian.lUiefl, atilmorj':1, the suJd*n clasft bf'liia ban4 answered .. . Oocftnaaolng BCarob'tO, 180, Abara hoar btaad aa Mtk Martdlaai.laB4-

believ that I, came nearer 'The 're thi sincerity.. Perhaps i it actresa he- Inbuckld.be' r her.-t-fphob-t Sore .if I r A, !'Wtai Woa.,Wad.,P'rt..e........ I W p ant TUna,aaaapt that thowa.tor-KaaaM_U total;
1) mark will : -
paper ,yt ,
,
''. of the er''Gf wa.t and with t. j ?Sr.l.t
b ,
most any oh.rS; though pleased to there ft at in her, but Insjtantljr. (forward almot a - or Maaaa* tlma.' -_
iry Uan was > start on "dreaded" dieat> that tcienc baa and held ut.her .teped, -man curse'.at himself at a fool,. flung two U a' of the Tr*. P4dl.r ,i, ,75tantW.d.Yr,5it ,.,,.....,.., i_._, -
and ; canvas Kick the 'llt ls hir4 Mat ludel on snow his
T I. had traveled over.the wa* able -to took: if I awkwardly.- then al anger
moreTamJUtr,*uh the Cure : ,
I d affair It, i,, the same this 'prin. u the only known be ,, , be crouched down behind a huge mountebanks are supplying our fumer ", JT. Aae Oat. "Paa. Agant.,'BT. ATfQU8TJUnl, TLA.I .
core sid I.B.uxR.
to the ,
po.itv bowlder, and fingering the as to and ,
lock of pecan toU .
his pecaa .
b1 *> freit trea AND AURIST. _
p' 1'er1 manS OJ. medical Catarrh behig-: //"But surely'you do'not wish that rifle t IOCUUs ;. -- Ce
.;. peered out through the Storm in.IO fifty.year* of ,11mg Writer T --
i- '.t, which. b.rae,1.nd thi. .tbos will, constitutional di eat*, requires a conItlttiUqnal -, w remain herc"ehequestione4. at ? the north.- Th moment seen so many ' b AHaa'a 0.Stan I alto have abc and- one-half In I be-of- interest to readertr 5 4dt
your
acres
lastrfaL "Cht.int-r' I
bve / pned. ..
; : Catarrh .; -. t p I rtlfiM
but
"Bohemian ,,
tetmen pm6d'timidli. Maynard moved O.W.
coming lal' never ,
.he' ,February-ton 'inclusive -
have"uble' ill Cut* i is hut' no 'ok ,. u.asa.9stu.rin..sst4sas the &pci protected ,by flret 15 (eetapart" 14 igoa-r
: of' aotnr roves where were- two the Internalj. ch.cty (tenet" 'fer deI hit' eel awsy.from.hst-point 'on the thard budder..t. preying on th,; simple Bran HoaaaSaii .' in the rows but it' takes several 8 a. m.( 48 degree t ia a.- rn.ds
weait'l. .' therewiU upon 10 IJJCO su ; bmde..lt we o. may trail which he 'knew to be in ; Iinere the bedrock-of tbleath 8 -
fumer.
thousltd .her the succeed Shepherd' be for. perfect j men working hard to keep them going grees; p. m., '50 degrees. means 56 -
be>t I IF..t six i thousand xea .the [thtm'bereb deatroYl. the range witH hit-fine. Suddenly he rote that bit pnlyj impulseupon the but;it ia possible to save a valuaWtgrove degree -' --i. ' '
.We had of
come all
tI 'j erlai falL* lo addition to thia. I know the patient stkngtbb1 ar.ivin ten olera". ftart uP( Dawson, but to hit fee stepped out ''in trot of the sight of a hew one is to -wish him' welt ---. .. .' __ in The open bv raisin the ...February-' to' 14. inctutivej 19O.T"""

. of grove* in each.of. the COiMtitutioil* and th they will have 't; rock ad sent hit strong voice in chalt horsewhipped and imprisdnec-with half. -I temperature four or five degree above ft a.> m., 64 degreet: ra a. m., 70 de-

'. .' "raVicoSitte* of the old orange 411 doing jt. The assisting nature _'acely. dOlI.: later they lenge' against the blaat. the hair shaved off' hit head Joeca1e, :t the danger point.i which I- think is greet;. 8, f. 'nv 6a .degree!;,' rnetn 6).
bareto '
_ _ -- jiere there waS"iot ** work proprietor "i'ull up yon fellowtdown .: In thisaseat a Floi4diazvwbo'lost degrees. - - ,
_ _ o t | much; itt Curtivs- I wsrewithouttnd.. 'rapidly 'ther about, aa degree '
tr : Tom .
p lab powers Ir..int Briggt, I reckon hi. grcjfcjsyicl'thereby '
: you WS..eue.t. ; '' Minimum tefapenture, February *4igoy'Ormond ,
-, A'; fKB-JTolthem MwaYthoBtand.box, 'ht.thl ole one Hundred Dolar"Southward frail keepinl' the calibre of',tbi gun. and -that I've got hi* two - ORANGE Tlic fruit ini'Mr. 'StetsonVgrove 64 degree, Los Ange-r
Iant are CLE' is
._ it fail by drifting snow. fine -quality and the tangerine
-'J' cM tp the drop- on outfit"cThere !*, < ; .. hi. aiping falL-j; .r - i \ IJae two dragged thevoper your ; ftori -one ntoled in let, yt'degreei; Bismarck,. 36, degree<
's and
: wtsrilyptu grapefruit myihedded ar*
"J testimoniahsAddress: .11. who -! : H grove
larion covntyior instance- for'l.t of wit-a moment of.: .! ef these nfa.ous prei'ea devour I . below ,*cro,. .
thesingle vied !
wilt ship I I'A -, & CO4 O. .Un-.hlh drivers oq .- . a beautiful color."r'- -
tb hard
{_. at wn I aMertion.ti.i,aamai'7 tfctth. r..e So 4 >/" drmr i.t*. TOc? .;Toledo- they''ad' .hastily la.etheir ., al restrain. theIr:Jstruggling. (he detperatelyv.other stood and sweat blod.and the hi' ( labor nUP'; 'CAlSTIC .,WHALEO'L: I let in about po per cent of the sunlight I '.Ormond.. .t: '. .Andero.., ;& Price.
i ''.mily in como".ofll. fMt (n (nine in the summer time;,but
' ..the did l's Pill"r.'le'b. Iviao.Bnen traclu4gaaung; I even their prevents 'v. S. ,
th. C Ial fal. --- lit hud batoL&bc.st.oI .thei ; lultnly.a at Irs. Curl.JdrHa< --
I ( the '
c believe Mr.Steyena to prf'tat
s ':, t cl. :" burden . jt almo note i treeS which; aft.r. eight or l lyEltomoloai.t.. up Rtginald," .he.iaid to *' wealthy
: oC. ( taut 'e ) bat about 60 +
Ma/nard \a.d time .only 'per'ceinV
I nt: $ at f the comical .. o every ; 1eau'aiia. ,he will find. to be ti1tel. Insecticide. young-dandy who. had been paying hair
life and : Wilroshtirtlin
--.Hlar ,ad.a.great t ,r > to 4 1".,. plough fsea: .(.. .. punishment is'too. hard < Kegs Ja-Joj; ico-lU. Kegs.'$ssot Det.anLYhi.y.-( Henr attention*fo her; 1 would like to ask C,

., ,. lnn' 8 t b with ane rOhi; I'va.' got' yog .deadto. ridht*," for this .retch.o 'grunt u.der' . Half f Bare jyo Ibjf 1.1perllb..; .: .' '. JC J- yoU one very serious qu stlo "t'What '

', be .d .trenal 4tAeafdhderfuUy.. /.- 'Ther'V Sot a , .'/They .rl with them a* totfr Barrel, 4.>5 lb>-, 3 1-4 *<.Larg OuaatUttes.fi sea ,. i is.ft, nay dear?" he' replied."WoWd' WHf]
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n ce biallyansongiyoia\' basgot'tiij taonuUa the-pecari'ever Special, atss.Se.iaji for ac ( ...., T.psrswr.o u object to' marry mammaf H I te'5 J"r' .J
Wlt'DUt
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