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 20, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00064
Source Institution: 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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; : TUB STATE .J . but,tniny ton ,are annuali sold at sibilities Native only t this country - [Vy will b clean and ,,'et certjed in the production of' the dt.r Nsw S 1' 4r'-' -' '
g04 ptic. and a small portion Mexico, the t HOUSEHOLDDEPARTMEN'r. iandfluffi. vatietici! should be potted in their I'A Tklsag, laih" Pleiws.'

The 'acr -" grove !Is just pecan for centuries bad, only been I .. : ) GI'.D.Clarn : 'Truckers' I virtue. "*' ," I sdopted plow "Wropriately 'tsemt' '

OF FLORIDA reaching the full-'be/vring( / age; and this awaiting the developing and improving I. : ., I'should 1 be much' pleased have'the Through as the tymM of agriculture,' -
0 year produced between lout hundrd.nd touches of .n. ... correct analysis of the bitter-tweet Dkmm aU hittorirl r l time. thu. In.
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I at has
five hundred sacks, .t. the Considering *the rtat .I I remained mor i fixed i ia
t : -4 present whiCh Jfac almost Put .pint"can of tomato into "farina; I am strongly impressed that it posse J type than agriculture itself. '
market quotation wjlLaell for without exception. frees under .
pecan .. ** Excellent medical virtue sod
kettle and add the cano (* well, dry "
THurns about | .ch) Iquollrom.a weatber.
io So
I THf T WILL BX e profilaBle ha* the careful 'cultivation, yield 'Trabiw1 ail
: op nrTKUEST enormously: ( clamS, and little. sA an agreeable taste. How I love t. Tb. tslow with
k culture of walnut oroven, that another and are highly --profitable it is lE'OJ TJJ-- chop > bite it ,and its which lliahg turu$ ,
aurpricing puck the
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TO VLOBXDIAXS. grove mos TT"WI Add these with pepper and a pInt' ; writer (In the New York Press 'juic. after the sot L'with 'his twelve
1; o acre wa* planted 1 h. until recent year- lit, boyish of yoke of oxen
eft tinle .Ole and a half "milk to the other ingredient manner eating a ripe. mellow would J the typical
t J'f. and ,ia Jutt now coming tie interest .* been manifested in the TEST H01W I the, following interesting article _on peach. They are the implement of f half .
delightfully
auata o"Vwl. bearing. in the kettle .and cook for refreshing world today. Even -
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.._. AVIicn the
the culture of .
1 < : old-grove and ,flue tliis rut. about ten minute Toast truck Florida: while both the pulp and the 'juice after proved torm. most un- ,
.'oy.-E. .. ML.- new grove haveS reaxlied the Gradually,, 0s. MorlagTk..ghts v 1K.t cr.cke. II f.rminlln of plow-share 'nowTn .
*
? ra. .. city%a maturity howeer report.. have Baths . the oven and lay in -the tureen. Pour Pc are. more truckeu fully ripe are'almost a> tweet as the usa,' 'I. 'a simple development '
income froin.waiuiuts .
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-out ..0014-CJ..1 in,
.e not fall th.
I. '; tt.. tk. W..u F.a far _. ahor of $10,0 a wil. To this /ne.her and there over the. tre., ... C. B.t.. 0... the soup ''over' ther. and, serve im- or..mal farmers'in'Florida)' in pro uice M'twirpttbefrpit' of sugar cane hangs or augtr'.luelf. the of Application i o/ the application '
\ mediately. the tile ,
must be and cunr gFeather \ on treel mechanical
course added lion
.. '! the value'of people.are' beginning "1.. ._vi. to its. population- thaW ny'oG' after setting for tile screw '
.1db. the: hayT"which if ize twenty month and and wedge. t l, Te.ama.te. the' .
If not would importance and possibilitiesof slate in1 the union The
r Hick Chair few ke JUt.h.I. rlwn upward, till retaining much cued stick
f4 ; 1 & there otlJ I have to be purchased. > the long, neglected 'Th ....' Mermlma ;. I i. two-fold The required of their of the ancient, whereby ee, a
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t wilt; be '' . acreage for juice, and till increase in i of work and
a. god bht of T he pcin. notl' iweetnes capacity have been
matoea to go forward from crop tf. tensively present into management Is going ex reason'very correctly-that one'large Keep -JwwiieJLIrnnx-thsJatal malady I Iiave b en-aWc to timid a hill a' Ih'ini i il less, and the stale i ia' We have but one or two bearing' tree, ed without materially increa
the chair' made for changing the'
Ic tbiS raislng-of swinelor with.proper tare; will from us-in sanitarium for the cold "
et. ajid indication jOlt : tre. of bad humor, from from and the old tree has never been deitituteof 'form or'principle ol
the
,. th in tfe'market hnd tile present herd of to fifteen ofmm In 'anmblna. kitchen. 'A stool from twenty-four to region lying othy' north and northswest. earliest plow
cash t sea'son little .
fruit
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r we be 10 bushel from green or ripe, since it began Though spading
may behind I irit.tonl. machine
'Ie' increased inches and
one hlghl.n.wer. .
former' b byJ: and.pos.ibly .One thouaand twenIY'IIX ] very A northern farmer would scarce to bear; twelve /. various. many.
It
r yer. : 500 head. The tree, under ( Tomorrow only a .trange.when'he belighc and well .raago. went nikan* for-.accomplish.nB the
1 L True hol fed with like..condition* wel. .made. ly content with less than fifty acres',
lre is today consider b bravely through the big iteeze' pulverization
wi how
many, idividua grower corn and pumpkins yield you shall enter. legs should, at the bottom and of the soil have been in.
1' 'lost-their all and ri.ed ui on .-the proporior.tly.; .. . tarn him. far ur time this ..mount'would b scarcely dropped a leaf 'General.San.lord" reduced, no substitute
are ranch, and it is But a and the lower'' where for the plow has '
that bound placed
they will from lo In-Florida five
rthe' '
\ completely broken e : day hi.'liki"R. acres said that it eniployed l been
that with the wall
smallest largely discovered.Whatever
up they do prove a. remunerative the w.lnutL'Their obscurity notoriety, been attended GO.oth'thl. the feet can rest on them Such' tool cornpetence Eve o have been, -
;
.know what to do. There with the largest in the Mediterranean budding ttie.modikfication for
are other number will & ) pa with will
imlted-nlY'by by some unfavorable a scat cost about* one of increasing capac"y -
who' lost only a. portion the but not tience; with a keen relish for and cne' truck'and a five acre orange grove stock on account oi its hardiness I IihouM .power plows,
and
ability suing
other
of the ranch to In ap- dollar and a will pay for itself is plows/ riding -
.1 who have feed. proQue their unexpecrd. re.ult. their eager preciation of h.l. I cmp.i.tive wealth A* a rule, an be glad, to furnish half box plows and ai; other I
10t' non. The section _Thte ewer farm ts everything "autiul.-Jret in a short saving of strength a suggestions, still
treei. '
: a conve- annie planters .
south 'of the. and good, a a* one man can to good chemist in embody thd
p Miami river wa not ment retiring: place for the hories have been .imposed' a tCmp and In.g.rcftably or more any order salient feature and indeed
% materially damaged and there was lit are.tkQ old or too for that bus fret yenders.4Wild upon by unscrupu ial that the friction of the world'.h.1 In. nere. . . .' and the' proprietor of a five to- get' its analytical properties Th the material shape of that first section
,tIe' harm done in the fff -Landerdale. fire engines, but .lo in Use on the from the most inferior: pecan trees, not bear upon your . . Ta. Boitma are. .t.h is obliged to hire about.the peel cornea off like that of the 'kid- of a tree trunk.with-convenient'branch-'

: e ion,;* There-are here and there of( Rood 1 '* them many some instances, nlt.n4 in .Lt.your thoughts be abundant: but ..B.J same amount aa the' wner of arfifty,* glove varieties,. and' the taste for it Cs (for steadying handle
.
'f"rj erv.icS
crop. st'fmbuggus.* Fulford and oth. pluga.au ___ : a "country treed: hive -been .sqld even at high your mouth under restraint. Avery pleasant way of turning a acre. These farm in the 10rh- : must be cultivated while however -if Only within the present decade has a
$ 'r-'. .ft. place where a few acre, escaped. water of the Is fine varieties of the price When we.'ca"nno'find( contentment in penny was discovered by a brighut'girlwitlf small havethe advantage the pulp sections be separated from the neutrally serious break in this history of

J , Pin of fortyisres 'planted, the ,a mrnuitain stream sewers when it hat as ce.r a fo have alaor been pean.I Thepeople ourselves, it i I. useless to seek it"else. a> f Itmiline (fondness for' prettyclotliedt of concentration; peopleare rag -almost everyonei i i. delighted, at ilii) plow been made,-and an effective _-
grosuly .deceived both
,Messrs. J.ne Bros., of. Little "River, the T rm through the six miles .' by the skillful . where."' : nearer together and there .,, once'with it. I law "coon taking it implement been extensively. adopted I
of( "
q 'I.V, fftee acres tomatos thai It has. however .a sliglit odor pipes who by liole .pecan-o.or. Take short view of life, and say:to Living n a .mal icily (he knew bow good churches and scho'bls and social in, hull and all, more than forty year whelm is called a plow because it performs -' :
and
4ii ,dmac o r.i'j< In *ould be ''nprnfwr| for the,irrigation, of knife, make. common dextous seedlings have Ihe troublel'
B .. '.painj Mr. 'A. B. Jane sayr vegetable* .hich'came, into the budded' (thin hour at least an hour waiststuffs, so she arranged with a se. Rrowlnl up -Many of these mall lAke., -.. >I took\\. hr only eight of lost the general fixed appcaraAcc, shape -
a1 ,0 .beleve..tha these acres tact with the-water when actnalcon- sells .pp..ranre> them budded-tree trees, and at s>I'nf *.. >.t.| ',... '
at -
-' _.whole. f ,wold ve done had every* Angeles and mme nth*.. *-irrigated: L. When,a man pays one dollar or price even 'I trou1.1.at t the end." I:I '."ple, course, her educaton'ini.lea. I.wyer clerks, i pulpfrom' the 'rag- We refer to thetocalled .disk plow '
.. f wlllproDsoIy-pay.nhIn.aamuch.as the t California th-aih "e'\ld\;> ; -the-now two dollar, for a genuine buddedpecan A. kind word pur OUT "at interest missed the chance for enlarged choice mellanice men of-nearly all- professions didn't.husk'them and take the'whole, which admirably and remarkably perlorma.the -

4 ,pody.jmade a good crop. He expects / their sewer. to true farmers'-princi tree of. some 'fine variety he brings back -an 'enormous percentageof and tie benefit of( her good taste and and trade, whose wealth i 1P but the pulp only. work of the plow; plows bet

*IO get almat double,the price pec-crate pally Chinameny- force gets the of his money, but whensuch love and appreciation. now has all the business which she in cgndition to cope.; Most pf.h.m' But turning to the Hart'*. late; or ter ,than the plow, itself, yet in reality'Lhisi -
p and wi.lv the handling to enact .Rtripgent r continually worth charged for S i *.s i i can- attend to selling every. varietyof are poor and depend on Tardiff, I can hardly say too much for that the new implement i is betterthan' ,
expn.e"o : measures to,pre Ir seedlings, HetiBs .. fruit growing f for living and for
Vcnwa Col a Theeducation
and vent % uliiHwaint"material. it. 11 of fine size the plow, .
protl othec sewer-irrigated vegetables' from from nut that can be obtained I* an orange shape nor that inall place, "
'Sc ,, as acrea.- being sold in tliei markets. Pasadena; arowl cent a pound, -" swindle. .. has For years w have )had''it dinned Into' and of their ia children though now and flavor, While mitch of the"crop willlike is no plow at all. We do not mean by -

.C H.: Moore "of Bincayne, was in by the "is4oflrofffondcre; not only. ben prr tratrd. 'our ears that if .we desirehealth- ad 4ost .women know hoW to sew but then there has a we.lhy. man whose ( the bitter-aweet) hang on until and on all occasions it is to be recommended .

Metropolis. office i the other day, .ontrol" its .wal and prevent it .r' d not mean to condemn din good, complexions we must take ( lany women have not the strength to physician l lite. . activt, outdoor : nearly two year 'old; We sent some in preference to, all other im* -

': and reported that out of seven a.cre of from being improper purposes courage the of or pej quent cold batlms-regardlessof the'out. bear the. strain- and worry 'of regular ''Amo" these away by persons a* 't. shuw in lat I plcment for toil breaking. '
'tom.to. planted he had two acre of but *it .wOI. when Its ranch has reached can trees. On plalt ill rdlinJ, I .side temperature, but I have recently drum.kina. One of f these was con who trucker I have-from met October ."November of the 'crop of we mean that at fast a new principle
men making living
one left-unhurt, the ,other all full development, receive an annual in-' cate the oCJlits class of trees,- read 0(/-fa.phy.ican who ad- making a dainty layette, tingle"acre were, and in a instance a 1901, wbich-yct retained quite quantity lias been introduced into plowing, and .-
completely lost. He aid that there come aprrojdniatiiq* $ .o a result to souse planlinl They cannot 'be relied 'ocates' hi! claim and the idea carpet, why not be a dress one man who one ,in saw of juice and of a .peculiar awed fla an' Implement in keeping with the advancement
were probably norf of its'unique is far more healthful than tile\ cold makeror babies The work wasppttipg money a vor. other lines of mechanical
over .acre alto- experiment 'municipal noon -to produce exactly like wa bank from the in
j I. ',gether saved In his locality. arming. 1 those from which-they null came. In fact, I lunge, and Certainly to marty. ; of ui, i simple and delight hlhe. found pteasrlire acre farm. He could products scarcely,,a be-called quarter- Well I don't khow that I can do,.it application has been evolved. That for ,
Mr 'r Ia IS far more agreeable. He I in full justice 'on better than
; Marshall
'. of Ft. Landerdale, the product; of seedling ecan says fuhiohuj tiny garments. trucker however a way to state timework, fop- which the disk ploW U
> a he
t i a* ..oaly.i.ed
,In Miami yesterday and brought good W. t. FINd. .. for tree w inferior nlos seed; but in w.trr. in the brfinnina. should be Soon a over her door which flower seeds., what I heaard aaid about its money specifically intended!,' the breaking of '

information from that lectln He ...tb., many in.tolc. the nuts from seed' bout 108 ., increased told. the pasoersby that Mrs. Blank A large of those value. after other varietie are gone land preparatory to"cropping, it 'rep'
men are
say that the damage mtil-it is hot can be borne The did fine In/ants' 'Layette and numbr which 'vittually' follow: "Now
3 not exceed ling arc equal' in all to newingt [ office, knew w. as resents modern thought and development
L as per ..cent there. He estimated that This, week' Manufacturers', Rccor 1 the nuts that were plaiitttl:repech some' length _of the first bath'.Iolld not eX Young Children' clothe' a Specialty" absolutely rr(1 wol.bo;'and until that nursery man y > .hat.told me with result as' much superior,

i thee wer in the neighborhood of \ivr. the .summary of an addrxrss"611 time they are better: J'lnd Occasionally ceed fvl minutes and no time Similar felc are open (o all women. they In farminl it thii, Harts Tardiff. and recommended to those which preceded it, as the steel' -' -
: "acrea inthat locality.-Metropolis. J by Assistant' General fine new varieties. to the planterof should be" longer than is agreeablewith One girl he friends to let herhcmsiiph climate came Jhat her.brought them l.buf it, and the frost will bite it and ruin mould-board, -is superior to the brat

q i S. Pasge Agent Merry, of the Illinois seedlings. ,come .. no sense of dilcDmlor apparent. ihcir 'table and householdlinen. they reached .the they followed when thc ill till fruit before it. Is ripe enough plow-shape| fashioned from a sword.'l'hc
Velvet B..Is 0. .. , r.irO.d. before the recent convention to iandnwnerp all' He cit.In sqpport t hror the She soon fpund hCrel .up: custom and planted stale an to ship, and )'U lone it." ". .!" said advantages sccured-by the new,=-
clubs Mv.idvi"l over practice common in Japan among plied with work and, r.i I orange Joe the "the frost didn't bite it "
and railroad narrator ,
.1 llilhed tornrof .
whifh inccced. it is plow- increased capacity
.That'the perhaps several are
; velvet bean f they acres -
t marvelous classesof it' people
taking ular scale of
men New Orleans.- of prices o '
f !is' was most and he picked and old 'the fruit for *
a with diminished labor. More
tOJlnnt few dnzen acre
SOilreovstoran4' that its fertilizing Captain pecans as) many budded hot baths. TIle only a tree in one corner of '
effect .Merry brings long experince !- trees iii( the best varivlica size porter walking along satisfactory .both |10 herself and her their land it $4.85 per box in the spring after other in day, by the teai, and
the plowed same
on the iou i is extremely duir.blele and valuable as with bis load and fatigued lo the point customers. ; 4n. not m.ler much! | a % ,
recognized fact.. The expediency to bear On the subject technical and knowledge of the purse will warrant, and enoughsee.liiiigs of exhauili, it for ten minutes -. It i I. an orange grove, and in fruit wa* none. man, with h less effort and if dc,'.Ji what he droll But at pleasure Mr. Editor I
:C 1 of this from selected nuts t t9 make' an orange i* a badge of yonr multiplied depth. ',
crop' hub he taken hath grove respec 1
introudn" of
says 4h> considerable at dome pub A woman whale health failed
whie after
grove wery : shall be pleated to tell your read '
interet a grove of five, ,ten. many In -connection "word' "the
." somewhat In question Forinetancelie t"'nty, or. .evrn home. He several of t."ity.( From Lake Worth down no tIns a on
.ti emerge .work.
.uer. at one hundred acres.The refrehtdand )er. .Irnograhic tins brrri sri that since .my. article on.grapefruit depth of plowing. If asked the
many in severe enough to ques- .
dQubt itrenffthrnrd and
grower remainin& a* tha..MOn general ft hi easier goes on way turned by tocl in,
tothe, influence in certain to iRteest. an l-princpl" wisdom pf planting pecan trees rCjoil ng. The writer considers that hard and made'nandwichea the orange (trees in the least, and appeared your worthy column .orJanu.ry lion, Which would you prefer," a'deep'
J I particular I.n similar immigrant a country In no longer quc"tione in its (fog' office
general' features workers She knew how o
theme
I tallnwnld all favorable; toot concerning it.
Three point arctyised'so often that lie I. about o.leave." That is "Shal titnnt hut 1,1 "many and hot hath and somenformatjon A of l Ma
kind Mull even gentleman Salcna **, ak "
-a few word seemrlled for. Dieback ; in fact it is. valuable I the 1.e ol a cold Fho'wtr the food at ntMin, and (he took care portion of the state ,- Vdeep one. Why then do so many
root-knot are the three point right .ia. the' a The owner, of a large pecan nur.'u hath. Hot water 'ii known to be an that anything Vlie had to sell should Haviiyr started orange grovel, the me for a receipt to make preserve of farmers effect to fear deep plowing'If /-

r.cto. in'orange"; lowin6. concerning lie[ di,>e gaine mean, I, b&nnina -in -one of- tho Southern St.te excellent coujsetic for Ihe frt and 1 lie well prepared and.inviting.""-She anda newcomers naturally turn to. Iruckl.t. the peel, minus the bitter while a lady (file deep soil ir best why not deepen

th relation of' wbeh tle bean grow suggest efforts. to secure immiratits ,. say io his circular that it ia needle it is only.fair to assilme that friend did all the work at first paying Ir is the one 'avenue the in'the far north ask u* tor a sample the shallow soil by.plowing a little
tha
for him anything in favor of of offers them f for Income dur of the preserves. -
express uncir.inty tq nay skiii-timnire; I I. not confined to th.tpart their by sending out circulars. an But deeper'i
-r I Root-knot may discarded .I late, bl cOc-e any wayf particular Adver- the pecan, 'since !1u.. State. Experiment of. the body. They .found way a real old-time ill, the-'first two o three year it i all- This fruit is like the "old>*nigger's"rabbit The fact ii, there 11 deep plowing- -.

'having no connection with thi.crop. thing should lie extensive, persistent' Slat ion.-a t'lfiTTJipnTlnient .of Agriculture . 5s man to wares colort. ., a question a living with them I before." It got loose good forabortin. and deep plowing. If-a soil hgiCbeei)
Dieback is known ar Washington are sending outexhauotive Ip.otael. dClvrr'1Idr Tttey'do. not understand.'she ]' Your scribe like to have definite after
to b superinducedby intelligent and continuous OIal their sandwiches contJ.] plowed to a depth year
excessive on ,the subject of they do understand they last hi*life two. year ago by lagrippe, *the sudden increasing of depth of
That treati.t ;
in 1 year
orlaiertilize. And here is another Many.'people' -do not when Japanese napkins, labeled and no
,. this condition h.eve .direct is.calls attention i'm'or.nt( point. pecan "ulure. ifreferj that the things look dint.before realze.eyes that stamped, which thus serve a* a tradelarkLdie' do no understand anything, except in and dii lose his-appetite buttermilk everything plowing, and the bringing up to the-
of the to there people these most reliablesources : t1rir that indeed there is and but grapefruit and
result% growth' velvet II go their *- The Home Journa.1. a long hungry surface of the lifclesa sub-soil would
i may : -
.,the grove it hardly possible beln.01 an imprelio that prospective set- of 'information and determine glasses shouldfit b fau a gap between the orange seed andLjlht. S. W..Carson.Frostptonf.Fl's. certainly many cases result in tern .

hammock lands already; rich in I ter. Frm noh, col hot ke. ex- from 'them whether it i* likely that clue they will da more .ilht than Why orange grove. porary injury to the crop-producing-
., Orl.nhl tovisit ,the' the. an in this line.of horticulture Ro W... But ala
b "nitrogen. 'Under such I summer durina ho invtStlent Hrafnitig the eyes,' >A gradually experience conies.and -. power of that soil
garweed'or velvet bean would either I lug is 10lths. and .d"erti. : profitable. One of the will fit them that ,there will o. The object of priming are'four.foldi'jFirst. ,ea by year (heir truck p.tche become TV Tavmat* fruit The gradual deepening, however, aim-
be 'used with risk, and the-effect on I often.u.pendec). until ap best known horticulturists' in Texas ulit. uncomfortable 10 strained feeling to check'the growth of the (op tnbre and moe thrifty'and productive The Invention, brand-new ply increase the amount of soil avail

,trees should be watched with ca/e I iroach he of ; i i. a has said that he. would consider well in the eyes,after wearing'the glasses and .lso to.hapc itt'second.{ to preventthe ,, and straitened circunv and vegetable U the principal work to able to the use of the crop, increase .. '
*Uie most common complaint relativeto I is assert; the settling up of the couth grown pecan trees of Mood kinds long time for reading or fine sewing..',. 11 too many buds and stances are change to plenty and then be done in- the Laboratory Plant :he water-holding power of the aoil and

Ne effect of the bean is lt supposedtendency I too important to confine our ad"e' worth $z5 each when ten.year old. But to return to ihe subject of soiled their crowding each dther; ,third, t little by.ltle". 'add to their land Breeding, Just organized under the Department its feeding capacity. '

t toward squash-bug"develop I tig .to anything less than 363 days In Suppose we estimate S -yea. dirty Now don't 'get prevent overbearing of too much poor and- look tOe life of affluence. of Agriculture.-. Herbert This i is exactly what the disc plow
ment. and these bugs,, if preent" I Inumber. for the' next twenty year..t per, cent and, then 'count up and indignant JJalr. that anyone fruit! anil. fourth tA- induce fruitful- U.ualy it requires the first season Webber, who bal been .put in charge, doe, except that it-is mechanically so'
least. .. . :
: / to what extent an acre of f ground will erare : -m cleared ha 'alrta'dy succeeded in creating sevral -
may .erioiisly injure the fruit. j i' ) 'i 'fi' wun common enougn io ncss. These object 1beobtined I to land and in condition i constructed that the procef i is completf( -
The fact* Seam r h.thatanv rank Another imnnrlMnl-D or< ..l -tn !I. 4k..* l.enhanced; in va.lue< when adornedfifty keep Sfn.e clean. :"Let us. see in varying'degrees as I but by the second (all the new settler distinct novelties in ens vegcuiuiv e4 'at one lime and immediately, : in.l", '

I : vegetation in the grove furnishes de 90 per c Lit,farm lands sold'are: by beautiful ne'can trees ten years The; thir.RI..se I prrlon.. approach uses a subsequent-care are of the righ't sort. I I. ready to comenc work Cabbage kingdom: while in collaboration' with stead of being deterred over several n

.4 aIr breeding place (or the bugs. Vel- handled .estatq-agents1---: ord.S.- W. Peek, Hatwel. Ga., .inllie. fine handkerchief with which *to rub General, Principles .of Pruning.I I'and lettuce and tomato should b Walter T. Swingle. <* year* of gradual developments,'j-t; fJSH88;,
: themselves are probably no i. their business find Out who is 'S_' ,. .- the dust from her glasses. The second Right here the novice'often fails. He I planted in October and November. A kid-glove grapefruit ia- a novelty No. intelligent farmer would doubt'
more to b charged with this offence contemplating: a change locality, Its : one i* a nian and!he-admit that his often with- one tiring in view I Deeemtwr Irish wt.to. can be plantedand just turned Out by these gentlemen. t hat an arable soil five inches deep '

;uU gr. or'' ( .' ... to their inlere5 to locate such lamies ..... V..IU. glasses "d
.") "only drawback to the uae"of be contented and This Mjrub i* to a' n.tive ut f ; ," but We "usually has old that may come' his ,work.few I The orange grove can be used delicacy to handle, owing to six inches by the-use of any good 'turn

.; the,.bean lies in its wonderful n1" prosnerou in order that they m.y I northern China and belongs .to natural silk-handkerchief or something .r th A principles must be kept Inmind: I yeJ.ble Jreesare-...large (the, stubborn resistance of its pulp, plow, '

"nin.' or climbing propensity.., w'uc' speak> well of them and the country order, Loq-aniaoeae? Said to be kind laying around handy to" wipe Heavy top pruning l shade the Rfound Indeed which has refused to be quartered like In other, words,'one inch of new soil '
render .difficult tolcefp bearing tre. they are.advertising. i Is necessary. very, hardy. .. can tel you In oI." The next i is-n old grandma who the body of the tree pruce lateral -I many trucker clam plantingand the orange. Yet it has become "the"breakfast might be added to five inches of old

\ free fro the vines. For small tree, then, *o he Occlarc ., to kerp in close spring if Jt i ii hardy- In ehasete. always use a chamois glast-wiper that bud a* well aa stimulating the I cultivation beneficial to fruit of those who understands soil with advantage, because the e'xcea

: turnhig the .unner. back two'or three I touch with the real estate agents of the for sour plant "are. til,1 in open was given her a year ago lant Christ trees to much more vigorous growth. I the: trees. that it contain an alkaloid of old balance the little< new loll,
times'>h the season U .uflicient. -Fort eat north and "west. ground. grew them from seed's, uses by one of the children. Root pruning I lessens wood' but of tel I- Durinl the first two years Ihe'small similar to quinine in tonic effect Dr. toil action ,and availability>

large trees'particularly; those shading third pint" (and.1 should b which are very Im.l. When .we Dln. Shades of our forefathers! What.an induce temporary fruifulne. I I should expt only moderate Webber and Mr. Swingle tried their and-secures aoil.the .
of
.t t own ground wa can hardly think, borne in 'w.talking ed lh* package we saw appeared amount of dirt 'it must have collected not useful unless ha I success. are luck "crossing the kid-glove orange more
.her to disk does.
I
: ,.I .the b.nprl..abl.but for groves of riroad nien enR.pd! in immigrant to be a handful pf ch.f but on in all that tinsel And that old silk vigorous a growth of top. "00 huY I raised for home use. veld.bl.., or tangerine with the grapefruit, The I This is exactly what the be
might
". i tre. Itt use commendablephe ) that luUler.railroads should searching; through it with airo.cnpt handkerchief that .Is alway "I.yinl pruning may weaken the tree I some of ,he nearest hOle m prh.p.i Tangerine, obtain its most common Only the proportionate depth
shading of the ground is be as liberal rn'siblo in the mater we found the seeds. They around na'nily." What a extent that it is not able tobear fru|{. I all 'that can' reasonablyhosed for. name from the fact that when it* loose, I made far greater. The revolving cutting
ferti- or hotneiieekers'rates, .1 germinating taking month or fix Most of the With delicate kin i is removed it falls into l disk is io Concave or disked that
t.! ''in every'way desirable..while the a ;must be in. old tree need three things: I more ground and experience will
; IUlol.ffact oLtlie ban. con. 'h.rdly-h lie asserts that (lie noney-4aken..i'n' I Iover' weeks to appear. IJaJ no success with Now rely friends it i. ridlulo. Thinning of trie upper 'branches, a t come larger,crop*, ind then communication ,uarter* naturally, and can be. eaten all the soil is thoroughly stirred, mixed it
" .i., . the counter. for .a homeseeker' them outside.of( the' greenhouse. to gland worn 'clos checking of their Rrowh, andnew I can be opened with the commission with hands- clad in the most delicate and pulverized in the disk' as revolve -
r. f 'o.erslm"e supplied to-an acre of ticket i i. .nothing compared to tbe Oe o them feed, the second to the kin that in constant contact wood for'the growth of fruit. In addition I merchant. and, immaculate 'of gloves. One of the *. None of the sub-toil is brought of the

'soil by a crAP of beans closely approx bentfl.; ( .01 f having the homeseeker him- I I comrade in with dust and the moisture of the at and subordinate thy will hybrids resulting from this alliance has; I to the surface and laitTbn top -
m"te..tl' quantity contained in one .df located at a pint on or contiguous I I growth.. This, particular one., grew mosphee. could remain perfectly clean need, their top* shapij&nd tref'I to I rust given fruit, 'offspring being f Jurrow, a* in the case of the turn-plow.---
is mixed
puld. of cottonseed meal of 10 your line of r.u. about four fcetIlah long slender with only an 'occasional dry wiping' allow cultivation J i I .ms;- Cam Exy rlsBe.. .. about the -size of an ordinary orange but the 'entire depth''Ol"aoi of
five of nitrate of soda.This His fourth suggestion i.tha 'dro'dpln. The young growth with, doubtful articles. Wy not wash Look over your trees and note wheth-- t.It has the easily-removable" *akin and i into a homegenous combination
1* pund.al available the first ailroad in the .south .ever is .qu.r and dowy .i I. the glasses and make that they er there i I. much new wood or G. bright orange-yellow flesh of the tan new soil and old soil and the. *inount'f

: ..seasonafter1' the b.n'crop. ,'is i turned least on. representative who will fern-I the underside of the dull'green lan are clean T Put A cupful of warm w.te here is. the priming-may be 10t I I '_ The 'contract for 'the government gerine, and it* segment fell apart quite of f soil thus pulvericed and mixed eighteen V .

i' .nde. .' iarize hlm.el with the agricultural I ceolate leave' We were looklnl at the In the wash bowl "and put in enough orous, with care to leave enough]of this I cane experiment station at Waycross as readily* do those of the fatter. It absolutely under control'up to .
,n isea.aiparen that with nitro condiion. tributary to his OWl bare stem yesteiday older : powdered borax to make it feel salt to new wood 10 fornvfrult spurs emove I has been signed sealed and -dehivered has i the lightly-modified bitter acid flaor'of i inches in depth. ,

,- gen from'this source the addition of le.; then he.adds that "any woody, part>. covered witl a brown Ifiefingers.. A Jmal thimbleful is all limb that are misshapen crooked I and on March S the bids for building the grapefruit,' but not *o bit This implement is no longer a theory, ". .
and -
,
fact .recog-s -
'l phosphoric acid and; potash 'supplies ptions either accidental:. or i'tenton-( I scaly bark. about" right. With brush scrub I or broken. Take out all that have ver- I lor the plant er. 5 but is an accepted a '
'ft the- ,entire:demand of the. tree with al I, in the manner of IsJn..2h.: flower are in 10nlumC. The&asa-eL well in the borax water' ticaL1uzk.thatiswith; on* I branch 4. Cantam p.wer'G. adverled, agent "Tangelo" i is the 'name- given to this niied factor in our agriculture. This few

I "Tjrrear ionomyi---- _L ---- ortiiiiatfc.licaaeinigrsn{ I the end of the bnrhel, then rinse in clear water angary on directly above the other; for tHese will for.-the 'Pne, ae.1 in ew-speci**.----It was derived from, the I n illustrated by the fact that ditcnei a __ ,
'We he Imiad l a grove on the und engage iogeneral, farming, he should I flowers are ? a-sort of lilac a perfectly cleair-aoft h.ndkedfe. split with t heavy crop of Iru t. Cut the city and Saturday evening in:the two words, "tangerine" and "pomelo," day* ago we' saw'thesidehill on -

,. ''ill.of .. beans were be di a section of countr or purple' colorwith a tiny spot of You will be surprised to ou as much from the center of(the tree Southern hotel a committee of Way- which latter i* the .true .name of the and terraces of cotton plantations
; ,planted .JO They have the lands are suitable'( yellow in the center of f the flower. The brighter the world looks through from the outside, so"a* IP allow cross gentleman signed a to rapefruit' % t he red clay hills of Georgia plowed
years'mse'of
I ._ve<. beefl- "ear"ag.. bur each snning. If he wantsto engage in raceme were about ten Inches long glasses cleaned in this way. light and sun to enter Always keep furnish the government entr.c The grapefruit was used as the moth- t hrough and down .where Jwo

:, Jx:spring dry,' dead 'vine have, ben truck farming he should "be'direcfed and still h.f bud. at the tips when' R E MCrfm.n in miodj Jhat you want your tree to ficient to run the station through cne the er parent, the tangerine- the father. i the disk plow had increased demonstrated the absorptive -

.,.. worked 1hd 1 .k fcarrow and a to a point where the prO"ct are all they were flipped by J.cl. Frost, *o ,MHrose. ,_Fla.Osvsie ., have well-shaped, top and that cultivation first year.' But the **tangelo*>-r-the offspring of this that deep plowing so soil that washing
tbe. ground in of. do not"know how they --- .5-r- power of the
has covered favor .ucce. al must be done under thepe The agree td for odd experiment in plant nwtrmmciy'iI -?
) crp' with where his. for would ,-Trow. Bud are at ifte ,tip con- tree. conrcL ful. longer feared.
'Perfectly the entire .e..on. shipping faitie m'rke B.tt.m Chair Avoid the very common m take the ftation.fifty tons of cane a day for a tangerine nor a'-pomelo. was no of the soil

'.-,_:.- -.' -nZWriment to 'treea.or fruit. The are all that could b de.ired' .inu.ly expanding'the od.'onu at The.best of. cane bottom cutting- &0 many large lib. thinking fifty days consecutive exclusive of Sunday 't i is a distinct and new species-quite The crop producina effected.power There sat
ch.wi
: lertllirei bill .'been reduced *but Another very.atck'nl-point is that wihe in in the middle after much they -will suffice for smaller ; "This i i. the minimum .amount. and distinct from either.parent a* i is the was proportionately in plows, which
tag
moistersituation thing
'i This planted ? a us. Te
n and the of thVgrove b. conventions, ., one i i. the rilht It be lemon. least a new '
l i* ail easiest'way: -to the eat to 'hl opposite practice may more Ijmne or for farmer ,
than the other times
J$ .beett so i greatly-permanently improved solutions and pret,invitations, ,un- (for oneswere its firmly stretched r.tor Is te .turn the several small limli farther At the-rate often ton per acre this B A. fortune no doubt, await the first portends better 5 '

> e tiiit.it ha*,nearly lost al re.embl.ncer aided by hard peli.tin work will 'which growth'The fact may. account were hardly Rr.te tw chair upside .leel i wet the cane out r.the than remove a lag one ex'cept will] require 250 acre* or ajoo ton"of( grower who will learn to cultivate the -Th Goat Hr4
nat'outsidithe fene. I.AniV ievr settle up a' ., Th im- ober. there cane to supply the tangelo large scale. It .will thrive
r cultry % seat allowing it to dry in c.s' -eret 0 large a.til. CQuntlj ten on a "
and shape
j U'texmrer-darker in .more ? _and i ,feet high more .trgglalln thoro"lhl branches 'close together. rule ton the wherever- wilt three principal (field of .
: S; elot.'' migratu.t b Ken convI"ced thh", be the shrinkage will tighten A- od to .cre orange or grapefruit There are
-Although-
Ri.'SW, I 5retenli'e.;<>f f.: m* tur, and trie. tersuaded to ., it would') Iot be the'cane bottom. i_ is not to remove' limb largdr than to Of course this ene .1"b ground Because of its greater convenience, it usefulness- for the Angora goat, UY$

.:;' ; '",: ft .u be .-thdlr','*.a,4 .Addre.sing him.e..'dre fy., to Jhe harcrwltl-ps. think it undoubtdly woth ,The coil of' daily use mat be removd'' one and one-h.llnch.in di ee In and the juice made syrp by thegovernment will probably.replace the grapefruit George F. Thompson in American>&" ,
'hefcltnVTIor "
.C I i mltn.ar raundv.sWe question) be Flodda."d ' \e' by a stiff brush and suds gold dust cutting of limb. th j >as and toll will be taken out a large extent,-although 'the latter 1s brushwood' ex-
? io not 11.tate, to commend"thl oundV i Captain Merry gave it a* hisopinion .''f , '*, /'Anemos./ washing powder; Clean'. 01, cane seat square .. puible. and near Ihe larger in the manner'funned by cane mill, largely iit demand'at present, haul for riculturist. First, ,

'p- "*Jre< bean_, unce. ." endition., ""that, th.' tae'north-of'-*he .hVe( have had Lindlyana Incultivation and the whole rhir.'wipe dry and limb from one to b removed the toll going to the (etmeat (joymakIng hospital and general use.'-F. F. & G. terminators; second; as.mqlllir> porduc'Imi'
t : addlela .1
: Ohio, .river lying: en the. Alle- an ZJR&l1'e ".a r-. and 'Roky'mountain,. furnish east From the above deacr.lo I will be as good a* new. Hard wood' '' 'Twenty-five hundred ton of'( cane home; 'necessity make boarding clearing brush land they become

". :"PasadenaiCal'loroia' .. .i is. conducting ample feld. or *uciessfulimmigraionv lion Florid.Introduction i mol.;1 kitchen wiih.aeati. of Unned I ". ,.7-! -j-jDaOry : producing fifty gallon of syrup to the place,.and flats happen.a" forerunner of heep. Gras follows
.. late I, .tU 'cl.ir ,- Hlat - ., leave that for the heep.
of Ohio. ) towbe .bad.' /The, T. acre would make gallons of lyr. S. them and they
Jpi.na
"1, ,t*: which not only .ugge.t.of(wy )Michiir.n 1 IllinoisWisconsin: 1.1 .bl. E: .\ r r ? .t. I hlde"ae.theb.t, nd b. pestsneed' The'following: 'U containe4omi a cardsioedJbxJdr up. .At 50 tt'..2i pio this ..would >**T d ,Uly. They clear land without expense from which.$io -

t. > ,for.mo.t1o.tbe.maUcrcii.. good MI.neoa have furnished immlRra- 'bonfxpect a'profifable CTOp f from tightening ever.now. anlfagajn, aid Geore H. Bar, brmr- ,s. This is the common name of a ..Narcissus if cleared bv man, would cost do they, "

. ; tO" the "practical' (farmer tin up of South Da-. Seed purchased ait some great bargain they,will la t manyyeara; oTWeese J factone. i in ia.p.rrl It Is Ware county will b a sub-Variety, of. N. -Tazetta. nUrierrwith"he In no way oflive stock m
) antl' b [ ,'' NArasIca- Kansas and : " G, D. "" wrster unable to supply this.aanount, of keeping
I; ; \ ( great value ft that lone .CaJQr.IIA114nt sale ol' a department store adveriUedin : Ji i I f fTT known in horticulture; a* N. Tajtttavar. it the hair
kind.What
'i's -
z. and that the counties throughout Wire-
: other I
sgo Joufl the Sunday oriental i,. It1- i. most -commonly of any
; Sorter: yesri -, e following la. 'some'of' the *ionv
v fU. 1 newspap.m'r--' Georgia will be called on to furnish ? That js C proper ue -
T.atkeaPlfl.Wa.Fall grass used for
1. .o.Jrly *. City oonder -J.. of grassy'and tainted mUtt grown a* 'a bou;e plant, often in >* 4n-the
.:; "'el 'wi...enoufh te to reathairvVr' ., (mV TrMa.. . ,Cn'ed' sow', bring poor pt.. ff ''-stb.bs.,.MJ'to. reoa.leathe' causes"Allowing.the cow drInk impure [ can for the government.ol.nt. bowl or glass of wate!.' But in FlorIda The mohair i. Vised most of largely all kind but ,
and
-1. The of
the feeder i is ( I b.t purest tt'i home in the manufacture plushes
perfectly
eweriiJgv pigs at from ae. at open
; (yle .ult i"aceal" water dirty watering in the mane-
; ( use: .hat '. ,Twelve) "yeart ago an adocate Roots- bran and troulha to Such should even liks' Narcissus.We it is also extimtvely used ;
I + entfcil..to mar,a permanent luar.ii doer hay some corrector "irl. thenwhich i stagnant$- ; soakage b aeard ground most species-of astrakan cloalcvUdi
ofwaixrity.. hi the tity.The Paciflo oteao, ol. PfOs'rt : ltU, like, charcoal saves trophic.', drying ethr than lun. _Tte modivcum I rards.', "pd" 'Z '.- fror br. they cost double .he. orthO planted., single bulb in a bed lacture' of rugs, robe good, coat linings-
It will
e..westatd.sfldeettwa front 1''f usakeiiiv4 .feathen > that are-not 'rel.ble'. ,, north of the, house or ago. coats, dress ,
omI thirty miles J pecan.has .t.le'lt. iq-the pf( gooe. "Fedmc :: turnip, tops'rag 13 14 years demand I is so greet for
9 . r ol bi. ."Do tAnk -a* < bl' most troiiIablenutbearing I A (farmer wiliout a farm paper" is. l k'' valuable Is- made' somewhat rancid I r.np .the cheapest ,; It baa-never been disturbed and has had etc.. and the product does not

\' ra.g"drainage.trhaoVIn. ; .- .. whil the' nut-itself, a,&iewitboutataii, ,' by,,too much hot,'aulahinebt freah I weed. wiping ,-- .ip no special are< merely a little lertjlrt- nearly good that demand.the The dressed "
; '
fo' ew. i.dderi equal the \j
.11.1. *- kseIfsn., Iti4siclv.he.r wh.eye ha meritsare, fully known,1seronounc ,; vt f' air.or win m.kea"'hcISown' and I teat bfor..ilin. a V 'Tw Tavsritss. er.at long intervals and gras*--kept torrug. and be. -
'. ii used to""'iria.te the d 'superior :to-. all oberLt! We doubt very much if any member ** } .. Up )a w. 1.nbilnL. i!| !'? swan part of the time.." skins art utilized Into the manu- =
It waiPotePt Ia 'there hav been of the would have clean'thlns '!"Mlkinrwith dir I.n From the The bulb sal increased to twelve. and also enter largely *
1. .arId landS abOut the -ity, .1891 may next'leaial.tor. 'b all'perfectly no. ., _. For'AaCarsl" one eollar muff, cloak ,
'U.inCw.
.'to 'coavertthemlntOfCtfl1* ',5 nd pro challenge the..correctness of the above moral Jnrouce or rote Pillows c. b emJi without.Jos*I ,, the "THE. "THE. Seven of these have bloomed ;'this factur.it.ePds and tle.1ike.'(J It i is seldom f
l' } : tatement but :t.thisTtirae,. after.theI.pe' a,bill, absolutely prhibi therun' -' of ,a feathtr. wet'throuit'; I after milking.. ' ', ".101.imreltelf : spring, each stem bearing from six it namev
;v' ,.: d.th'C. of J 1'udenawtr.' pf'a lt1i'inure' '.tban a decade! pingat large.of ant bull O' boarand; and.through.Crir f rip-.one'end topeoand' .Stirring aerating ( to the HARS'LTJ.. ? thirteen beautttufwhltrllolrers. Locked told under true .operlor. and "o :
: o o' '"Being d quit is,, iever
0 mutton
;
; pcr :! think BO.one wilt b found yet such a bill would fhcreaaeof plung -tbe",whole down !into ibm I. air) I epl.i. hog at from one -side the clu.ter5of meat, once.i Is always- ready ' 'iformore.
., t1ry' t'et .urebM. ieput* the right.of the pcalqo.Jrtplac. f 500 per cent in the .1.of.f the livestock water the f.the,'' 'Can M I clM .w or milking I i-while-with tbeer two-'tn.aei.I blossom seem to be pure,whiter -But whoever eats it ed one
fndor by
every
'( .o rw..t1b' 4tjitiiies,from in the catalogue of ., ofFlorida* ..in v years.."and scooped.Ten'a we*''masr. washed. :"A '10'byrd. . < fard. ,II and especially the bit..wee or.' it is note for the tiny crown in the cen- It.i.of it. and the prejudice., "
_
: ant .il eaten
the city.'snd' great 'year ago,when I first be* would be .on* of tha* b.f lawthat Hav*. *dy, a large tub ofvlukewarm .,-Milking<01 which I believe-t. qa eu te terot.aclt Woom is. light jcrn9n.COt who ha. U 'fa t.diPCalverwqoTe -
thee I. held againrtjt
t. c.-dampCnA
cltvtg.cl. could be "made. would tb miD! grapefruit In .0';long,
tipe. *; JI came'interested-in. becast lewme'; .ate.made Into.sudswltb.gOld dut 1 (Into the b.ltlrln. ' I'
out-fail floW'frOm' -I'Q tivted'irOvet ol. Jhi* hi were amO go tC'tbeeJa: -ijl keen.ap.: or washing powder, ot. whIch use aplentya night 'without either:.: lyln. aeratt oye p Tick I ... ofer Pt .....' .pviea on"of th* .very beat pearing.Ex-.-, S -----
thlwe..d onknown, both effectual .tral. On to readeri.r ol Narcissi better ear* it -'- S a '
entirely Jundy away cleansing Ct" .With
: erlnc' .rb'mae its propertied a, ing : -- tbe l. the ra"attention' '
the : : when/ -
WalnUts.rond. plsnt.4..ead the'gteZ sections _be.' .rs Joond 'grow place "would be the kind'of and -.: SqsaI) feather* U'oll"r."cauIod' -ieaving'w. f am-v.a7 (forcibly impressed'.ll t.poit" I would' doubtless'b.>more prolific For goodre.ulu

''i"" also .r'aNd largi *t leg wic.tb. wan*'Yt few banc animal that it.pays.,1 keejv with*th'dry.' AVaah the:};:ticks wWaieitam it by" if nof.jlhe isalriecsesit7oI! I flower*. ;Yett alt the- family .r.Weil Ihr weather cold.'receive check -but '
-
wa, fo fr.t, &' growa.woe :any fQ'> f result that" /dye scrub* of tier'I Iaex put Li'th.IcaZberi.-'Thtbttfl' / so' the le8. at,t hah a tnpnar. educate.the I: suited -fof,the-carded -of'those;, they;-mustnot; meal gruel- ;
\ of aU.fa AHa t; : .d'lor g virtues, while to It. I mast, ,he kept growing. Oil i ii
not StaaesVi''r 1 on toc1 ,would-b pure tha.wtndi*** pucm'.nd. ieratedby a parpetaitand bar* Ihtle time or strength to ftavoteto . h5
may acr. te J aa o te the i '. .* cotb..in I "msMttng tbrovwban' aeragrasjt that 'cf the-Hart's jate after t fr stand /> 11 juuititi o bo. < 'o lit:<_, *siTar do not beget ,,.Krq.ipNpring., / -, '" too their ftower *bed. tor.they *Ut i '5 -
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't_* KioiMiee_ _Vaiiqi GazgieD ", T..I".k.ot.; City: ". '" li N Q.L.BEAM'AN.' ; .

,. ,Hers: and there Iti I ::._'. ; .
TIupsOjWoq ,t found populous onnters cvorr, dmliraat State a.a* : -Dong; : a : "7, N..C. BRYAN r.t.- ( -. :$ 'I .

r Pvai3sv. STBBT....y cbletl.c It Is .foUrt-OHUn and Umnruii.ve .4 ; 4'++4.+++44444+stl'+l+++++ As*s$ '.'.h., '" .,
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oonreitlon of people Uuilu d j ISniv'Ro'Fhiet Aermotdr
'& .CKOLA COUNTY.Jt .Jl'1oAJ Upon a Lirai
"- ... 'urfaoe. The grout oltlns of the world wwa1ynieans) '' 1 Gi'bcety'Co. : .
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nuinlmr. In KurotxtscBruey .
. \ B. H.uuu,- r r. .. RIt.'I moi-4)) than. doitenj( In Nortb AtuerOb ri iSk -too. large, to rS1n ( :

not uiors than two. Uf cities...ran. burden upon. ar\\ I Wl iiD1f,
c i ... E.,POUND Editor BLEJ, -
*. ring (rj)m twenty thousand,to half a state.. l ; ) IO'N ,
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: ,, Kntarad &ra .moe ncMlmu'la- :, mlll) ln thereare many; towns of' 'ono Wise business : STJBLE.fo [

I It *-_...tI__. . twenty thuuaand are Irmumurable, tX ;rgS $ I . 't-
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seemingly as abundant as the stars special + .
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'It, ubWb..1 aaaanotify In* olno* IIr lining above ue. As a rule the poplat.lou heir. personal : :
'ST I IS pp ranularlr. of a place4\ dulAlrmJn6l1 by Us -
SDt.4toii.. *zO54 from our-auukAr natural advantages, sucU' .'Ol'Iatlon risk: All such i In Town. ,,
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t wKtafi ,. ifc ransporttttlon faolllti.( Climate, (er- tere tcq,,in. "A Bank '- -

I J ct 4. atattar- rlu.-act,b.* romnaV nslaaaalleUfor. hIlly of soil of adjacent lorritory. In containIng the'' '" \1rESJ '. -. : __ 'TAVl'.KSf |

t 7 Tb. _I.so. mponall lr'for opinion{ *..a.b.poDd.ola. oine special .oases, It* water power Yorlc .p.l.Sd -- fur manufacturingpurposes.of which 11- New 4iank, ; f PLJMPS
AdTartUloa'ral a aay Ita had OB application.BDBACEIPTIOM . ittnncapolti is an example; ia'oLhvrs his trustees ; : '* ET p v. Oil C ,
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a gOod( harbor opnoentratluus of rail'. ment'of his personal .'." 4 RATES.BiM ,ways minerals or famous springs. Application. .
_f >pr,0*.y..r .. ........ >i'-T-. ".".OII ''hess natural advantages are how*, A 1 1000.000 policy is ; . 1 x,/JNT' - Ate Coiilptai, for
'Oncaopy BMMitha...,', ..,... ..... .l useless unless romance* of peoiaf -
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citizens are active and ''W f r r* rr r rr 'y ww ww rwwwwww wy www ww wwTy r r Artesianntop
,h41 # Jo30. persistent in taking full advantage ..dual..Prrmium.both ., U K S ;' W OO.L, ,
March io y>end .d., lur .
,Frjda* hem. Chlearo| May be'.koa as an 1 hi. <:..,,_.0 .N '
.. jcamplA.of a (great made no by /'.'-hi Amu.VW : I ,
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.H- H- clti.cm. F- -In A rnouat J'.la Yellow LabelBBV '
,- the enterprise of its ttv wan' Y.1. \.p. : ; y .iioop: 1ait .. ? Wells.itlsal .
A furniture t.Or11. .pok.11 01 for ocated'on low marshy (ground, wIth Xiiit"MTJTOALiL"iTp'E Se : i a -

.tablUhmeot at .Iand.. en inferior harbor, and'|>ul ve'un. \ : .
healthy environments, po meilntronry COMPANY-PF-N %*vv -- .J'QV"E I
ATamp. ' the advant4ireof| being in direct I HDHmtw'ebn'tlio ..hiuuwn_ .A. :CCUUV.aIetu : BBV.A.'bsol-u.toly .re' 1. ... PI.
olgar rl.orie..4.. to - aH ,.
east and wont with wal..r _ _ -
:- (tl" eroplojroent to .b ut- 7,000 peo- communication to New york..*- Urn ? Cednr, Willi \ ttmnntu I . -

pli who reoelte lalarlei grefttIflg sltlzvn filled qp the mhnib, ,ma Jo Ai ertv Hi-New- York N. ;a.M- PfeirervV., ,i.tthi.rVi.chcest.Ubto.* : S'OBNUINB auv 'THEN
larbor,.built a drainage canal at a CKCIL I WILIXXJX' -
; the prlooelj aum of (85,000 weekly of million secured ,' =3
cost twenty (lollurs :
.IB entrance of numerous railways, M. TILL1CH, .A getft. { .
Faotorle; are what KUilmmee need built up tha largest packing' InLer.e. In and EiflBALIYIER 1 -:-' lT>aj.D ONLY BY'i ,' -
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Clca*ifaoU>rle,- furniture factories, the world Invited and assisted man iE' KisSIMMEE. t'SEWINGMACHINE

,oa..Ta actorlei, fiber facVorlei; faotorlei ifacturlnfr enloCorprllleli, /.nd as a result .i.iNit or- r3 i E-.' BEAR -EN ..LORtDA t

It I. now tbe second city. in population ProfessionalI : - N .- .
of any kind that Kite employment aDd wealth In North America, with a OOFFJNS. 3 ,, _, -
labor the ,of which Burial Rbes. ; -
) to output air assurance of' beoomlny' the first. __ .
in sufficient demand to' Insure ,a Other points OB Lake Michlira.n po'- c. LINE FUKNiruitK D ,. -. .
ii (; Ni =s bo by -
-- for'thelr'operatlon. ; .ess finer(, ground, fur building, -and. - ..' ( ) SBWINO MAf.UINKS 4. '3 -.Y Y 8"V_" "8"8"..-.. .... not be dewlvwl those vho advvrtlHe -'
profit equally as good harbbri, but jacked ) NS. AG r; B $l3i.OO Hewing Machine for ,
an active. ptyfrresslvsV claws of cltl' I .A.V 3 D. SMITH.- K'C: LKE.The ; -' .-LqMII 120.00.-This kind of a machine can
4 The staid old city of TaU..ha.tiee Ii ' 1 ? | 3 I / be bought from us or of our -
sen. I ATTOHT I P AKD PACKING any ,
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her airing her spars cities \ \ # weeping yardt, The effects of on adjacent t.r- I ANb NoTAnV 1, I IClNIT.IU t : ; Tampa Monumental WOrkS" ; ,

!rooms" and otherwise preparing for Itory Is everywhere the name, value, KJ II ( '' MOlU>KNTI. I.KADSTONJCH. [ : : :WC MARL A VAMICTV.' .... .
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of real Increase .
Legislature oonvenlnKthere estate rapidly oer KNCK. : THE HEW HOME? IS THE
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oIPP"D1-t.be. I MANUPAOTURBrlS) .
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0 lain market is found all
: April 7th. The "bosplt Hty of >roducts ol' the farm, large commorlal .R. J. W. The Food d"I"rmjlth..atren Ar

.>' the Tallahassee people -is! proverbial firms reduce the price of all arti- 1111. i1U 111111111 R 11arb1eGraqite l Mqinittieiits : V>riiknr s of Howltijf'Machines. The ,
*- t : 6uttlo K M-a ooinlilncd with other .
and they leave nothing undone that des In general 'uae; profeaslopal ..talmt )1NrIT.! -

? will contribute;to the comfort. of.pleas- 'erfes of'a high class, libraries, art gal' office ovEr OHO oln | :aax ] Headstones: Tablets. stroiiif the buHevl jMiltiU cvirliig iiiakm!ilachliie the IVeW to buy.Iloiue I -i .

amunortKMila! eto., are brought ,.. ,
: ure.of their guests. . within the reach of ,.U) M-nldents- OKPICB IIOCR8: 1100: a. ; t .

: contiguous territory; Here in South 1:30;:: ) to fito:: p. m.SATISFACTION. LUMBER C 6S( 'IIarrl.oII'St"e! | < . ., Tampa. Florida. 1 Write forCIRCUURSSS2'W ; -

TmI NAME OF H. H. McCreary, Florida there is a necessity for a. city 0 / a I -
4iuuiu ltoturo mid fi4oesi* burn
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editor of the Gainesville Sun }J. being of fair *li., and that one will appear Telephone Ho. 76 r -II ''t1{
i 'Con'.. wlthlp ten is a.renitonable 'proposlilon. HlchOrftd.. Iron P...lc a Specialty*
prominently mentioned for fears . THE NEW( HOME.SEWINMIACHINE CO.
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..- t''. ':lanal.honors tosuoeeed Hon. 11. W..DaI. there, and. I thOHe.iQv people who reiilde who, r{.. Hltfcw I Planing "* .tlmmt9. *m B..ldU( Marble I,...1.... tII OmaN... pa. ".. 'it

.. Be has the qualifications ai trade there so desire our, and county will work HICKS& Miis .' 4j .U"IOD: 8q:N. V,Cbloaco:iL A USIt5 iI
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proven by his success Inth.; ./BValexSenate aithfullyi: thin end KUximmeei wIll I )liyMicfuiiN ami C ,. -- JIo_ .1.1oo..Ko..DaI..T.* .Haa Fcacdy flKeep

and' its nomination would )lecome the leading ,Interior city of: l ni|' cle ou.t Hills -- - __ roNsl:5y.: , .,
this section of our 81&". Oniee1 over Oxcoolu 1' : I. "lr) and of .m" ,
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and gratifying )
please bllbl1. Opportunities for rapid growth- Calls anttworpcl day .
to thousands of his friends through population and wealth are not give! It5MI hENCE : JRO ". : -

out'b. Statb. for an Indefinite period to be used Hick, NO. 40. ;: E R. T. BUTLER i.I i. Well { ,
when convenient. If hot \tiled In duo Ol1lcQ Phone LUMBER Co.:

season they are )oNt, the advantages .
indispensable to
: Good roadsare being secured by other places having fl O. THOMA.BON.ALL : 1 A A fo1" '
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any community that would keep up more'decision and actfvity. < A PCy.IcIs : i: : I ALES. 'WINE'S. BRANDIESWHISKIES alnoa Blood and. Iron bar raallr bees Inanrarabl l. .
Creation and WIleS la bar.
. the and ws are pleased NAKCOOHSEE. ""hI. ""'' G G pmfoot
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moor mean parfoot health and strength Dr. ,.
L- to see B sentiment developing having R.*ld..c. --Pho. 33. e ( llurwr1 Iron lenin I. calculated to praaorr .

.for Its object good hard roads Patllers) and p....,. '. Klrt.-tlMMKK. iFPN: ER'SWOOD IL I I ... ':xxztCIGARS L this barmonr aupplylnr u>*blood with Iron tn I 1 .
: proper form and proportion. Iron baa always fj
4 penetrating every county In the Slate. Wa excerpt tfie following from the ST been naed aa a blood tonic bat It remained. ( ..
R. A. 13.
State aid to the project will likely be 3artow-C'ourler Informant. It Id good< 1)) ;: f I E : E Dr. HarMr lo dlnoorer' and perfect a oomblna- \.
TOBACCOSAnheuserBusch
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-- I td vice for the citizens 'of any town.- Con of lien and other Waite ImrrMlloBta A trial
,o ,sought and the working of the State Then lot us .ub t.ltut4L Klsslmmee for .....DKNTISJGat ; : I of half a conuirr has proven tAxi Dr.Bartars

_ _4 -V and county convicts thereon should lartow, where used apd make a lo. ; I : Iron?ont*la a perfect blood purlner. MusCat ' i
the day when cat.applicstlon of It for we need to S S Cbs 111.w*are heir to rome from Impure or Inv 1;
result. Speed '
ultimately '
I *. v the object will 'accomplished. take such a dove: Office Hour.' {* A. \\' I I I 1-v B D .I Beer Bupplleata porerlahed every blood.part TThe of blood Abe bed earrlea?. If Beeeaaarr'It alia to ".

"Thta old town of Rat-tow. need 1.30 Ib S. I \ A A do ao.Bom part of "._maoblna will ... ..: '
if puller of the right kind. ORLANDO. : LaggIng m_.11Io11_ Duel permit langinc. -
S a.'. Attorney J. D.. BegIrD' ha. '"Kvery man i IH a puller that I U, be I I. v _ 1 : - -- - -- - IL ON.DRAUGHTANDBOTTLED L DOa',wait uaUl jov aroaownslGk. Vas

1 (,.' been employed,so we are reliably Informed either pulling for his town. or lie Is M. WJLJ SON, } I. 'TCIHF MOfsie Mo. OS. j! / ," t

,. by Mr.; Btetson to assist In lulling the other way. -. .J. I t: O Can only be found'' in Kisslmrnep on Broadway O -Tj

.the defense in the suits brought.again* "It"Which has way been are well you said i>pulling that ever]! -JSfO-TAHV l'u l \ -_. - -- -:- ._-- -- I .Street, at the BRICK BAR BUILDING.R. ) .

"him a* a result of Uw reuentlavestlgatlon man ha a pull. It-mar be a pout, l VATE ,. S airs. u .,.Firewood dcllvprrd. topsrl ail) O: 0 Dr.Harter'sIron f:
of tow uithoti
-- of the conduct'of Dr. Forbes..These .- call ull. a financial puflt a social.pull. Real Estate I D..Lu.- ,
-. to be among the a religious pull.but he lias (ft. KIS3IMMEE. N. N
suits promise "Header what sort of a pull have '. -_ ( T. BUTLER .. .
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j most famous ever 1 t ,
you? it make no difference what it I Iif 10 .
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from"--- any--. standpoint- that they may be you. are not using I U for the up j I Georgia Sontnprn'S Florida F TQn19

t&kenand the connection of .Judge I building and advancement of the f' JUSTIcE OP- Till .. -- t c cand

'Beggs therewith Insure Mi itllent the town in which you"live, then you are > -- .. -
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In the way and the aoorier you pullout n. J -
.- most careful study and presentationolhla ttuTbeller it wilL be fur the town. ; MAKRIAUES'A{ "BUWANBB "''VIA.ROUTE. ATLANTIC LINE'.RAILROAD keep.V1h. It I I.s anlentJfle ompouad (not i
that Is possible. "We be Stewart : COAST CO.SCUBpULB acnxle. .hake.well.before.u.lnr1 inlzlural of i
case need men who can clepimded Office nit I'Y (IKJUI.KI IN EVFET JANUARY 4..1")*) . Iron with other tonle |I..IOD.PDrf_'-!
on to do something, men who will
IMMim. blood and health bulldw.I '
.ft their head, In collar and pull J8 Ilh, .. ,IN EFFECT JANUARY 4. J -# The FI.. National, Dank I of 3&\. .put the. all I.. PIaLk t';'i'j--k l ; llcp _____ _____ ____" I I.' '1 <,
''oldest National ,"Keadar are you pulling you I II XI I iThr / wji 127 21.t -re JIll lbs following!Ia one of toonaaad of almDaradoraemanu J
.sonvllle, and the' can for the town? I I t'7ennviiiu V,01u.hs. -. it e'' t 1 ,'SIOAr # M.1' 4 i''n' . I.Y..Tampa_ Hotel." .Ar .. ." I II sop 711 ia 7 los *0 tIll. of Or. Barters Iron Tonic tba
-- Bank In the State, was cloaedMondsy---- "Which- -way_*.." jou ,. directing Notice'.to.Debtors . ,. . .1 lit pm tIt. l.nA.'nul. U luia. C lolA 4 lop ...'.;: he----------amp. .... .Ar ..12top TIKI,a 7 nIp' """ .-. w*bayS. .. proof poal".. that this old
: .\11 nurtlU' ., ., .111., . .I : ''IJI IO 41)IB .-\it 4 Nip ... IV....._-.Plant, .....H2'' a S 04 a S o7n m",\ reliable remedy .s.01'| luAucuata.
morning by order of the Comptroller your energIes In behalf of tbe bun ..,.liavlitx. fll.h.l Ar4'.I\.I.\, : ., t' s '.. . I.K Ill 00.' P sAp 6 l"1p ..'..i.'/ -Ar..,.., ljikl. lty..r.,_.. .., II iwa A4ua < sIp .W'|. ,
Its affairs placed Interests of the place, or are you pulling egelnet( UMI nf M.t. I ,.. .". "r.'i f.v.. ", .f II 'n '-., '.. 6 idp7 (. Ar..* ...t..kelud ..,.... l.v' .L.. GIp In Its May
/ of the Currency and 1.10 of OMWola C4Mliitr Kt. 'f'f *-I. Ark.. 1 In. 1901.
'' 'A S) lai 11:1111'' "* .tK '.. 10 '. .\Ji'| .
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the other way? ,, ... > ."l, l-i V 1 / of receiver'for adjustm pe.rnl the aniittf lu tll I t' ; I IBI nRUH Jl vf AZ ''J.V..' l-A.'eeIs, 'G-1..I! I.,a IH . .I. ..,'t.i After barIng sold Dr. Barter remedlea .
-i-- In the hands m Neighbor, I"'. up UTyou,, ,If you ,vtit4c :ltt<1f wllliln: the := .\ I> \ ; ..t L f .Iu P Ir: Ar Puut.O..r.Is Lv4 (Cl Jt p7 lI_: 'j__>"1 ': thlrur year. I oau obeerfullr recomniend thaw . .

': mt. "-Bsd loans during the phos; don't bitch on the"bund wagon >of 1 law,<>tllil. ,nulle*will. be.. I } 1 ("'b. I..N" P 0'.. ,n II p- p Ar lwl.imes. _ _ _I.v302. lit .7 ZI''." S I m\arb.add that I hold la eapeolal aver Dr. .'
phate booin upon-which ihswbank has progress and' pull-well, '-fuita ren..v.ry i'artt..s|tifU l,UMl to alt '..h". .. "' ,''pm., ., i I OS p 12 m a% A' .. .,.. 0..."...', L. fit I 1'Ja't j III P P 5 up1 ": Harter'.Iroa Tonlo. and would rooommend it as1 ,
the which likely we are going.to,need the. room tn make s.it.f,..'.,..... .A.II.I.I. "'. I t2a to .II pee IIVDu I tsl failed to realize, were causes take ,ineut of Gist. axxMiunu 1 Aret.I..Ko, 'D _. 2 Wp 1MB Ar .- .Or... .Itjn uDII&I.II.. .------------I.e I 1:1:1. I.'p 17iI . To weak woraout women and
complication and the present you up. A. : L a .. iAr 1 o. lOu .. .- Ar. .. .DelAnO .. .,. ..LY.. I 1''Op. alp those troubled wlm aervouaneaa.poordbjtloaand
led to "So brother If youhave been whinIng Olfi .. .. .. ,
n m I 12 I in l K 4'MIB Ar. 4sIlkx I.e lOA'io II Ala 8 alp P pale, thin blood I belle* It to b
; oondlttom. Tbe condltloa of its affairs ID' possimUtio way and pulling 'Kluplmmra, , Pla.. rk b. 17. 'AI.vll.. ., 7 :1.u' 4 (11' m r 40 l|> 7 Wla Ar. Jeeks..nvii-le--------........,.. OTH", 9 aa-m ii 001', -' B. WUkenoo. a p.o.

'/ unknown but tb.tangle will against the town In which you - -.-. --- C. 4 a. .5. C.Ar j"_ -ir-- .. i_.. : .-. ... Tampa .. .... .- .'. .. .' Ar . tAs, ,' Drujwlaklall
.1.| as yet live, quit It; Clit. 'I I''.a 'n' *7 *O. Ar-----: : Thounumawa : : : : :, : a i m -.u."III wahss.1 .I
strolghted as soon as possible. In "If the people don't know it now Mayor's ;l,i;. ,;;';urn J.'k'I; : 'I1. Mi-, ,,. -_._'Daily) K..|4 ".o.t.< ,. .I.. .
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meantime the depositors can only $ I' Ills ."" VaIdeehi, C hi" *> Ar .4-\a 111111'( Every bottle of Dr. BarI
-. the they will soon catch on to It and you 'A.r.'rl) rdeM ili:: power, "r. : i iCII trims g..fi.i nnnh from ,''a, a m p ,v>a' l.v ,.- .Tarn|pa Hay Hotel ' ii a C 0"uV "r'. Ituu Tonle baa S
.__. make themselves as 'comfortable a. will be classed with the grumblereand Jl'lforld..to of the I ., 14-it eIeoI.efl. U ", trim, dud Mx.v.n r ri 411|i UJ&a I Lr: ... .: :. ....I..,i .1 ii 0 p5 --.::;::::': : .: .1' n> m A 4ApIlia "Creaoent'trademiurkoa our

r-- ,they can under such circumstances. balker. .b.I.D,, eioollun, bereby will he "". : ( IiIIn.u,, reixI.u,, I : in,I depiS.. I.tg rbtllf' ,I'm: ,iron a. m.Js-kaon. ?Hr.:<. :III II ai lox a l.r l.r.: ..:..,::::::::.:,-Jit.---Bvllmlaw I'aKnbnrir\ Hotel Wharf......:.,. .:':::. .lo I., 7 s (iw a, S 4 ISp Knp| ln tee Uloa label.Dr.Don'raoofiDta liarter'a.. .. )I" -

"What sort of a puller are you? Sat...,....aflthdayi or : vllle:; Ui: I!l:;"AI.via; nltor"nnite wllliofharne t 7 47 p IIltl. I.y. . .. ,- . .Clvararalvr. ..... ..... ," ,IY eM. 'Iip
"Tbefe has been more interest manIfested for the pnrM| ."iff alcftlitf' , ef l lliIu Kb .r train, ala' I'uman' : a 'r. Au5. >r .' .,. '.".' .T.1.'IOprinar. ........ I. S in, a sop r oIII tj> .
i enquiries for and Cattle' Business. 'In LoCI County., cur. I.sty. (or 4ti. turn of *,DiifHl I .,: .t.l.ou'| '. situ train. to tIik.aij;; r UK srdS.1l' . 'I 10\8723 f MEOIOINK OOMPMV ..
in, and more .one M.|c.r. albeit' oliaiitfeKur N n p 2 tOp i I.T JACKSONVILLE JIP lu a II hIp 7 0io DAYTON. OHM
p this Since the of cattle ('lerk. ,I'liuilul., a .nolillibonud, and other- Info 1 ::: .. : : : .
made of Oaoeolaroal estate heavy shipments Pie I ID (lOp 6 ron lo in a Ar-----------.WujrvrtMi .t..Lv 4(1( a II 1MBS Id| Oo.-->VIM..i ca. ,mt.
.alee made to Cuba from Live County One Mnnlnl and Tax ntatlon. ail<1rtM I 116a S lIp h4 .2 nIp AT. .B..on.h.L. HUB 8MBII p.4 di sop N. hd.iilce,.I "
winter'than I have noticed for..ral! "the close of range the TreoNuivr ,--__ _ J. :II RArrrBBir alex a.SlIp: Ar ... ..Chrlswton...:t....r (A a 5 Ma IS. IZ1T'WZ&& (
Immediately after DlMtrlnl ,, '
I'aaifeuiter
resident Al o. tbree Alilfrinen.to Agont. mi w. H r Pi 1 ,
\eawps4rt." 'Thus spoke a- Spanish-American war, when the Lee of two'4O.ro. I II Or "k.uvl.& }'IL_. -. .- :! ",. .. WIllnlrgToi,,.....:.Lr : ** ..
few 'days' depleted I beroby appoint i. W, C. D. 0"",,,.. - / -. _LU JCS --
.. of Klsstaimeeto.us a ago, County ranges were practically have Matbewn anil v. i )' ., : |[ II I Ut-nrral, I'ajiatiiigcr Axfmt Maoaji, .' $*5 .4 07* oA' ., ...RI"hmonll.- ... L. SDa S Mp iiiiiiiii' itt
and be seemed 'Jubilant over the dawn of beef cattle, rhatters I ""D., llarnri Clark of laid ,I lip> .IS 7 Ma -Ar.. '' .W..hlu",, ...,.... L. .48.! ? sop ' ,
.Th01 '.' been very quiet in the lire stock business |I" -11.... whurrof, I lie* |' 11 I' l s Hit C Ida Ar.. .x.....Baltimore ..... 187. I44pT 1"j1-'i t >
.- of better timee ahead. ,; no In I"t.. Myers,' which for year band mm.ilnO.At: : : best and soil of l to-. ." let Ai ., ....I'i".Vnrk..f.. SOUa eo .. -fr
of the amp
doubt that this is one has been the center of the cattle trade ThU Jotb day at COunty Comnilialounra' will raoelv. af>a.. "_ ,
4 favored sections. of tilt State and but several deals have recently betia !"'If BALI 4. W ; ) .Hie d tilde folio at liw tut.Ir.Kul,'.,r m...JIUI lu April. for VI. MoBtcOBiary sad L. 8 N. B. R. VI. A.. .,. of P., N.C. St.ta L.. lit N. '
!most N..r of the tnoHilitrry tic.tItle ; --- -- fly Null
. one that con be mad. to rank with the closed. the largest of which was con- Clt,. Pla.Atumt iii) i h. p. iiiIi..r. I.'....Ii t)''Mt I".U. flus TN All Tr ln. ".11; a IIi 31 OT All?n.i--a l Pallr. *> 1Ra -
sumated on Monday that wllt.cauiiea : Ireth' ,I (' aa slOp l.r aiikioiirliuArII I a Tmip Mil lute< r.v .J.ekaonvlil Ar Inn SIC. ti .
who
best In every respect if we occupy great revival in the business at;, thin J, K.Oltais,.J.,. ,, n1 thidlan; , ot I' 'iI;. I' ::, ttVp 4 sp Ar Valiinata. I., 4 tn a SnIp AMlplOM* Ar.. .W.y.row ..LrSI5p A lV>p S 4 ia - -
r will make the most of the natural point. ; 4.o1..k.Ord 1"Kh' .27, .ieen j na,, 'ilt.fivee-, :))1Iu.. 4.4VP I IMa ArThnmatvl'e 1MB I Sip'| 12Mp' At.. .Tlfion. ... 4 tt : II" .I" : .li.-t I' hI : .. ' 10 tlKlii 1 ,. , ...Lr .
; AI.\.A\tn".n'.L.' 14610.Sue lOp .A Albany. 1 tIp' II Wl'| ,
advantages of the cltoatv foil, loco"tlonTetoT On Monday the Lee County 'CattleCompany . !In. dhan-tur., l"",wtu'' 4'ft II ln.r'inVkS: lIllIp| Blrnilnaiou l.v a p. ...' --amp Ar.. .Uaonu. ..Lrt&p II lUa SC' )
---- lavished her which now Includes Mesttrs.W. : for tarkOiln.dtsneter., !.. Wit I."*|0.. list, 'Iron 'I lop Ar. hTlla..l.T, .540s :.--- Ar..Atlanta..Lr: : R'AOa lY
-i ; TBtar has .'H. Towles, T. M. Lybuse, and haa. inc ban mmlvlr valra, it am llMa *r KranaTlll-I.- ..41.JIM./. A'Ch.I..u".I.. 4 "7a. ,
w It remains for man.to de- In ih'e Vlrenlf u."". 7th minira auil. nlplion.i gl.au walar' naaBiM . .. .6. Ar. Chlca' o. L. 70110 ., .. _4 Ola A,..".> .lIIu. .Lr 12 AS.. -'
-: : .jrlft here; Oeo. Mann, purchased from tbe KIngs, tools ColinIT Plnrlila, In I ixicka,i.pk| vah stop Cal..r b o* IT ..t BItS Ar. E'vllIe.v HKp tJ,11'!{ ,\
them; __ Wtrtddena'and Jiendrys of Degoto IIKLLKKA: WaLlACe' I hiHMl aii,.ay., I ho. Id llai.oupk. ln."l ,lral..r. I i ( > _( "Irq. .;,l,
I.velop _ County,' tbe owners"of the largeststocks ... I > 1' I I'k.: ami lilirlcauir: t Ii,.al ra,o haunt l>f, I In.pIpe pip| rnim from: -. :' ''' ; -----4-4, ..Hi. l IAU''. .Lr a Kip....; '

-4 'Cold storage and packing plants are not only I in that county but in /OHM WJLMAMH 1If I l: 't.uiapta. .mok.>uirk. I I'j In. SIC! ".Yu. 0'l i-- .11 72ditV'I1i..Lv5Mp----- -- itlIp Ar. .1eutv1tiTC'Ttop . .

'enterprise that, can' and ._ill mare the state. This I. probably the largest filed appearing in the above bjr affidavit.t.atod rauR : \1! 1[ ona!....WonliliiKl-Hi. |11.1.1) /,|<-< anil.atea's UII''..nnniB. irt m.kaml.ci.IM! TSxixAil, | | ; 4U&p. Ar. Cli'oluunll' .".I\ SuaTHMOUOII % .'
purchase of beef/ cattle ever
4 IIA".. the dt'fendailt tliervln : :
South Florida Action a 1 In. nlMhami> ibraaa fllUMt and .
,rich and populous any made at one time In the State and the Bltlent, of til,*Htala of .r' I I I plal.,lalil pump> tie an up wntnll c Iwo in CAB; SBB.VICB. ,. .
r b .town that pu..tb- .operation on a value will run in the nelghboorhood" deuoa of the def.ndsnl. It* Ihuw.p..ln..u.1, miunartml to 4 Ii,. well at Train*Uand SA carry Pnlma. New York. Jaokaonrllta, and Pott Tampa: ..'

practical business basis.: ,They will of125.000. These cattle are Hi be s5 that 1 *c.f sail twenty non-r on l.fen years, ; i: : : I Poor,,.ci ow and mi,.pJn-a 4 In ulpp In. Ii.-.1.sill i.lpa. i.iia 4 nlalna caraerrloa through between I.r..1. aad'Jeraey City; day roarhee bctaneen Mrs. Fred'Un1'&tk. '. ..
pimp| to Jaik-nnvllle and Waahliiftnu Pullm tmlni II nd between Port T..nd
CIhaAP t.b4 aid time .metbods of do- delivered and weighed In-Ft. Myers, "'UI\":' to appesto IM.Mt on brl'k liiuunatlnn, Ou iiiimu h.tI.. I,Mili. (this' ear bandied north;Jankaonrllla aleeper clilo.no riori.lt Limited.VI ) Train 7N and III carry H rr.d..t 4 lo.. and -will then be driven to Punta Hassa. W .akt n :: 7 't hlfin. W 1..1| lone sad lu feel .''d.. he .
to .
winter business Oftottrlsu theethdayof April. A..r .if lehman' cure brtweoir Port Tamp and Clnntnu.lt via JsksoYIlie Konther Rollway a .1 .)iseb.rt.a. "t'"Altermyflr.tb.byWs.h.rxlddsei- ,
I I pending upon the / allcguuIonp of aald bill be : ::r. ;Iramlnatin 5slv.uIas.l: Son Ire.> .and hvart pin Ouwn A freacenti dlntnf earaervltHtralna 7M and M between, Jaekaonvln and Tampa i3a v I $ "",
Iw t i
frWD4 vegetables for Prior this deal I & .11 of brl.- or II.Hel; Pullman eleeiiera train and 21 between . I and JaokaonrlilanudCnleaxa "
Bad to Messrs Lybaaa ad by paid d.t..d.nI1 (I.e. : '
-emil. Imrrvl li-r .r O"l.I.laV'\ : to th
nui.ilrluH| auf 1.1 actm ftfalu strength although ,
, ordered Ib.1 without chines. York and Florida *w York lo HI. Au- my ,
I '.circulation of %(a unbar l il. All ,
o the entire stock r. nmrnlner
make the Mann purchased } m\i.t IM .
will now All '
and bile tin '
a astenance ones week fnr four m.d hi. ttu oompod xelHnlvly of Pullman aleeulna.. obnerratlon. library and .1lnlnv " doctor gave ms s bale vhkh$ hi caaeid- 'it ,
f : s.ha: possibility every cattle of Lee A Carson of Klslmmee, lI.h.I. tha K.lmm., V.I.y ( \ TKKMS-Klualyda-lnbr lOo'Hfirk.. It..I: lieu lllitvU by eleptrli-llr. ant l healed by ateaiaflneat train In the Uoulbfue on January Ill. IVUI iced vary superior, but laaUad e/ MttlniJ'tMtUr 1 i. .,
' Of \ which fill amount to about 9,000 head. pobltahMl* In <1 and v pwiUSl and br been l in- Co.l: Line aleamer leave Punts lola for Poet Myera aol luutrnmillal, landlifa. dally *x- t-
an elided cull
I weaker ho '
t 1(11.11IIpo vnuiiiilniloimn. cart.0"'.'. 7a m. returning lean .,..S ..,srt4vlfl. ta Genii 4 smw every day* My *
:. : In the year.: _These cattle are to.be delivered the 1hCrehru.ey IttH lIMO I.m. Hi rlulit II- < p. m. "
.month *
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:: ,Im the JXO. W. l.rK ,' WAI/TKIt: n-Jwl all ukla. Ce, Wok aol Havana steamers 'lar. fort Taaiaa ,.,,,I.J.. Tuaaflara and Thuriidara II n .1 band liwUted that 1 Uks Win* of Carduifor :, -.
:- -. cmllarly well. situated being Lee County" Company at Ft. Oasslnger. [II.II] Ry W: A. lOR NtTU" Chairman I Hoard Coolly HAHUHH Cumtalnaloiiera.Notice ..d 1-hroiia-li Houlhcra' Piillm.a .uuqpei. b- ".a Port.Tampa pad Nw Votk. via Ujlh Atlantic Coam tin s week and MS what It would de far A I, '.
otlpn, forM 8KAR9, fc.llollor __ :_ Uallwar. -
tt* cattle growin.r ? I I did take lbs 1Mdkl. and w. _. '
;; -ifceai of Another big trade tbeptifrchaseby .- Fur lull com plot*and reliable Information ,TManllai raise, .._..ate. mil OB Coast SM. very ,. ,
cZ "' wtftblishment of these.sW-rprises was i- of Application; for Tax ,Jn.Uokt asanu or 8., f, VOLLIKR JH. Ulrl.li.n, Paaaanaar Aapnl, Taiupa. rla. grateful to bit ii.r ( and hcBllhalowly ,
;s- abs' Lee' County Cattle Companyof BducstUm and W. J.CRAIO.Oeneial Pa. Asant .J'
aaui r : rtturalni. In two weeks I wat eat 10 --.j
wbloh% when lo.ulUrat.ec\.MU' fc-ive-lt the entire interests of Mr. If lug- I' 'When both of the Deed s Un"'er Section 8 of r.l. N. &111 11.-0". Traffic"....*.', Whlwlu..M C"KISSIMMEE ef tai and I I". month I wat aWl t* take 1 ::t : ,

such .boost M will mak. market It .foreverindependent for ram Pen 0. Travers-and including IfiUUO bead the Squirrel cattle. ceo be .uoce. fully Chapter 4888; Laws up my usual duUu.' I aaa very. tnUuui., ,
pasture "
,,4 Of any foreign ,1. The above trades with that of the 1 presentation of BD of .Florida.NOT1CU .- s.liclaIIsprais4. ,l \\k\

-: '\It 11" ,took. 1edo1ng another trade mentioned last week in- which any sort the venture is '19. HKREBY 01VSN THAT W. f -RIVEK ROfl'i'E1" -Wine of CarJul reinforces heorlf&lUll' t. '

: _g sO will be .ao rnpltlIed, ,that of Mr. Towles is to'get 2,000 head of cattle o. .('only / Barber .", ol TaB ffeftlnnata [ ,! of generation for the ordeal of preovsnoy g '. ..

giving .ployment to- labor, which 1 In from Mr. E. E. Skipper of Barlow, given under two .& ned Nn 4X7.sell.CairO narllnoala Ilia(lib lu Oar o(meo Jun*,.ami A.D; haa INIH. I... and childbirth. It prevent*mis \MClUTi.ge..NowDDlJlllw1otakeaWb ) \

to.o little 'U> 'tb. will give the Lee County Ckule Com-,. blne. tb. .ppliee-Ion| > for lax deed inr to laane In aonnrdanii man* ,. ,f i ..' t .
''w 'k IIf will anao9' pany oontrortrf the cattle business of II.n'by., L. ) wIG l hew- *alo.orU( nal. .vmnranna tha Inl- of Cardui n-d fear the coming of her I .'
;buh3ess.JMsI I t4.Pf .sb. ,mmuntt7. Soutiw-Florldo.' :'This is welcome moos $ :l towhee"F.Iuale4 l In ai-ula Steamer\ Lithe1.Ste i ,I r. Roseada child.If>- }. Unrath bad taken. \ T1.l

-- '. I) &iure4articbsS..iiwsya pay news, a. it means' tnst Lee County Is Is nUbed by with.almost : imnnlr tie ,.I : **?"la0: .To .h'P' 116.th.. ; ) ,,-. Wine of Cardui before Tier baby came oW "

ihefr cost of manufacture, again to become the scene of the cattle replete instruction for : ; Cpu. 5' PasS? 1 Captain Clay Johaaoti, 8r. Captain' Clay. Jottttaoa, 44.. she would not bar been weakened as 4 s J
.jmsu1tbee! and curing of exporting trade to Cuba. AIl the.blpmenu and The. .ild Ia-el. being, -aaa iiar4'alth* date of . _. ._' '1 she was. ..Her h rapid recovery should j ; l"
lh Imniaac .
manipulation 'An < < anti
Md in the are to be made from PuntaRassa profit by Ir one certlAcat tn tba so. commend this! Breat remedy to every :. "
Unk"owa Ualra '
.* ,This manlp."Sailon : nented In, Cl hid Inr". 'aball '
14- II ".. tame epnil andthe steamer -I'anita, and :: season :redeemed.:IIUK.U< laar Ux died wit la- Regular l weekly trip to DaMinger and ret"mrRo'.d Jel Ves expocUnt mother. Wine .of Cardni .i
j Shows
: open, the .&I'ke of the worl'to 14 Schooner-Wave will go- oa the run FatuOus ea.t I of Jolted, 0..1. ,_thereon I J4ih. d ay'bf*. jiutu ,A. kl..iminee Tuanduy rriorn,ng, and arrives Ki immee Friday eveniup; regulates the 8IIetrua11low1, :
ope year .
_* ,. % the $Industry an4 has mods possible between Punta Rassa and Cuba ports. the animal,' animals . ._'. WitneCiV onVilm 'siealur. and Speciat'Cbarter to Lake,Okeechobee' rul, Fort Myers on the '< ,.
west The principals'in the.. transactions 01 soil this the I lI&h .
4. .tOW 11't' pro.JI8"I, ;.hioh -he. Inform the Press i that .Punts Rama presentation.- .,".t ,Dd lSt. ; :dar .t aI"re"' Lllhe: Comfortable occomrnodanon for passengers.* Rite reaaotiable WKNEorCARDUlNotice1 .>. :
I II WIll -.boulcJ we Gentry' Bros; .4 .. S u. U' : ,
'bu t.lVd 11'01& ,; will witness the liveliest, summer In teen Falu. ', .iClnrktIrvstsceertnf ;The moat Picturesque Waterway tn Florida. -. -

of the onth be.leea regardful ,ouIjiter.sWlese the cattle shipping business thai 'the season enlarged and tbe fact o. 'Oanaula County, PC'rh.Is.l FoV Passenger aed Freght! 1 .

: enterprlslwT in.:1&kiD. famous old shipping point DBS ever appreciated, when .'.s,.Mark lranlt: : Court". .. CLAY JOIltNSON. SR.,.Proprietor, -- '--- '

t.bt oat of tb.seO': wb.tVlu.:l1 .hod>-!,* Myers Pressv. ., parades are '_0't.h ," !, WR;. 'IO NIIr'' II. I.' ''On board "Liljie$ ," Kissimmee .FU; of AplicationFpr': Tax' .'J

: fnli; d. elopmenllmadithereoffc' I''Disturb..oea scheduled for '. .. ,'. Deed Under Section of ,
.JtILo.r"1ID1 More Riots Ue .. . . !<
of exhibition .. .,. -T, ','r.- '_ .- ._ . .' J
Gold 1IUPfII'; are om' : of strikers 'are'' notnearry t. Chapter'4888. .aWf' .",

,* .q,\ :par "" valueless IIDW! developed; as grave as an individuadtw.ceder oightstI Monday, March aod8-pm., ; T : :: : : rjd1lJ'r; ,,
B of the system. Overwork, loss :: P 1
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T' .catt" and bogs*OPreO' the of sleep;.nervous tension will be 'followed "boeth. hate ,.Old Standard l' NOTICE IS" BKREBr O1VKW "TH T War \'' .(. .
IbId.thei&&IU .beR 80ld. oa bj utter/SoUapteV unless a' -- *?<, .., : Kaaa.pSrchSeet-.A1a.ttIeet. Na.'e.daMdUallbrfa. ,t
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awove rb. I900oftnu"ihows ; : of A.r1l. A. I>..lwlrha aud aaldbanlneat
," boof..W1tl.bo\l14..D ,'J' liable remedy is immedIately .' la my Miles. and ha* ...altnllf-
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f. i begin Pew-I:.In, joshing ployed. There' nothing' so, efficient per cent ; : linn fnr Tax .._ latiaiM 'In av"... w M Jil
'oa. .aiJ The decline ill Grove-S Chill _
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to our disorders of the'liver kid- Tasteless TOnicsioQd law HaUl ttartlnaaia ambi.w th follow h.a., ; .
adantoalrH.th are JOT > : ,
'tb to .of oeys as Electric Bluer' IL'*-.. wundarful marked than Any Other ; : deseribed Fiends, propsoti- situated 1..(Isesol.. .cbDl T.t ii ,- '
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discount attributed .
.boGllIII a4 D 1od tonic and effective nervine andthe oy.eau are j NF." 01 .wi, nI ftori_' 19..5.w.akfp '
i that osn'build our .tAt.t.U around medlolne'IorI'Undo to say that D.KIDI" I has t h'Ust.25: Sent Of f'..couttutn$to"roe 0 :. s'
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4/'ii = lINt,!bt proeper "'oad. enricben for i : : > y ears. .Average annual sales Tb. S ,
pl&ClNt ilia. ..t.ema. '1t dispels nor'voussets el.umptOt. the Imnauc, 1 such '. b.:4.: ,W ,:
) t '1"N' if we only wUI. rheumatism and ''neuralgia'and ; tl. *- dv. Qiian d'CIHaJf; Million (Ink_...> Vnl.ld_KIII_ -t "
... . -, -. i, *>: r ., expels malart.\\nrm.\i\ Onl,1Ooad eZn" "Many lYe ha ( ) bottl Doeibis ecorI deewe4eeooedlqi to law Liii .h.jl. ,--H
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lust as good I .' 01 1" : f"
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l'S 1tNF>>NVlt;>>;!Ii'I' ;ViIVr. >>;>>e. S I stock',. ; thing fr h.: 'Price* right,, ft TMti LBADINQ DHUQ 3t01t1 01'. KI..IMMH, PL; :. .),,: ',; 11' I

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Kl slmmee Valley GazetteTKLKPHONC hUt following n prMPo'l wen ,L----- .
TJe I Friday Eveningand baWl a (good on the passenger .ned. l J 1)1) r' % %%%%%%% i -. .,
... r HUFUS. JORDAN .SHOT. rrr .--j --I.: ,
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___ -' NO. 11.s ," I Time Ha** ha purchased the ,Olln I lake Okecbwoble: Thi. W ilI.Ksaowem Cattle'' Man thiS a Business LocalsAre '. -
.' I Huirbey place in North Klssimma andmoved Mrs. Hall wife of Capt..Hall,. Misses Tareot of a Would- Aa.a.AI.l .

U.MI4Et! : EVItRY EkIDAY4 ,.., .i I Into .It on Tuesday.- Edna t'hann awL Maude Uotwalles of. Olufu To'dau, who ttvoi b.on thi Klsininiee .. '
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.OUNO'.HA..AI.:'ily' i I Miss Sudle Tyner, 'Klaslmmen...., 1 1.Tlaltlnir I. Kissimmee, MI. Golwallei of Kentucky river wan shot l>y an assassin -- .
and Mr ) of Georgia.Mr .'
t : -""" her .untJ' Irs: Heonle L.ljht- Jolmsou all hU'loo'a' house near Harlow Tuei f NOWIS I THE TIME
I .ey.- artOw Florida Cracker. H. C.Johnson. of opl.Ala,; dao night, the foil<>wlnf( purtlrlilnrtowhlcbw you lck?. J' 8

""O.4uRoH':'' DiO1OY. I .Tl1e.1I".lmmPe. ball and the' was here Monday.In ol' eat from Lleampaq'ibunef, : hit ratninK1 ,
,
., : teanj the Bell Telephone. (Jo ', whloli We are March lH.-La.ft night shortly , wants, w.* win'dflthe !
MSTrt'ontsT. : .. llartw
Om>a Preaching feaqh al- I Rollins College team will pit;) :
:, bath. .II c.'fl. and 7 .o.c'ork. .. ..,., meeting ( ball at Winter.Park.a gameo told Is making arrangements to connect I after" .. Jordan, a' cattleman running. ,'Phone 41. FOR 66 DA'Y.S'l' 'I

:.J.I, very.....j.VPiuri4sy''"A' ,Similar l ..11IO<-oln,..<,<..w 1.:'f.IKI.L.7 p. ra-':.p.in".RahhmhBol I The Klsslmme Monday Baseball ..Team'will, .Tampa places, Jacksonville with. a long and, dlHt&nce Intermediate whose river re.\IfpC..\.( .' here la on h.d.the very Kltmmee. .. KSDDIC: DRUG. Co., | :

Btrrim flm'"uM-O. J.: frtur. : ';...' give an Ice 'ream festival at ,'1'bomp.OD' telephone system. His. business. here, narrow. t.s apetrom death at the!u .no. Standard Patterns at Katz's.'TSr'roaIbargaInsgo ? PNlOsT. WILL U MCDUOKD .ON OUH KNTINal .
Praflhinf' every 8u"da,1I.. OK anil 7 i'| m I old stand,' Friday March 27. which so far was only of a'prelimina-of ainunknowu 8.a..8ln. '. -'.. to 'a. LINK S
You. l 1' .D. \ML 9ntift; ; St.nlor z __
(
I Don't fall to attend the and
fesllal
to ry"nature, entirely satlsfactoTheBaptist the yesterday
He to city
School* 15 .. m Pry.r 81..11.* ." Tbwra- .re"ult came up ,
be 1st .. Oust received, a full line of Palmer'sPerfume. ", "
day v m. Vlstmrsalwars' wr oom Tflven by tbe .Klsalmmee llase- ry was In .Ddanc upon Circuit Count.Last '
.gT.r'.JnnV,, BriMxiPti.:: ; CHOacit. ...ArcMenronGray ; .. ] bttll.Team Friday Evening March 27. I .. arc .about the first denomination night" he vent out to. upend the -Osoeola Pharmacy.es .. ", All, person indebted to "hie will please> call 'and pay M 'j'S 'j\\

I nomine n"1.r.a iU II. flumlajr sfcuvliu Hcihool., JIJIO a-wr') Ann-< FoUNDA; bunch of key*. Owner In this country to tmablibchurche4JXlha. night i with hi. son J.m.Jordan, who : .- - tbei accoultsa. arae'ntuit be, closed tsp 9 '

: i siva:.lug i :: servlcs: sir the Racloy(bird :in'I:; : ] can got same by calling at this attics, .w possession. A Ivea near Uft, k ll. abut four or flv '?'Stanford has Just> received a newlot m' : .IN U". $ :

8nn.lArs '.' .....b monthp.NIifl.i ..... ] proving owneruhlpj.nd..payiafoithls>> ( church *ltHW) ( was.. recently l wiles northwest of of Sprlng-Dre. Good Call and. 'AvO -. - S ,
COIu".o.-UI"oll .hl,- on cowtllj $ '
verv flrrt.Hundar and third I "$unday 'pafhnonitl ] noile. dod1e.-I I II 100c.'lort Ktco, andt.O,11 Supper had just.. been finished and ese them i "''UE LEAD IN 'THE -

MiVruliin t rvtoiat I 11; m. .In hnC Everybody should see. OenCry.i3ros... > In buildinga the father and loa ba"ak"a seats on _Subscribe for "The' "!- atfccta I >VV RACE FOR BUSI S' J.W.WA'TSONdtOE : '
Inn aerHoa at 7-iMI C. ra. nnajilai toliaiir "inI:4A 'famous Han Juan, and 110,000 for the front porch, aldo -of'. DII. > '" V ..
.... ShowtMondayMarch 23. .1 ..' we
K. because
: a m. C. e. at :16 p. m. Prajrf rmeeting the T"they ) per year, at .
anoltmV\ .' f'rinoipe, .Cuba. of NESS
?Tbursd Kvunlni at 7:00: p. m. Evrrbodf Two performance afternoon and 11. lu"1 do.w. ,
I I. m.tst cordially invited& toaltnn*th..urTlifftt evening. There are more. progressive h..rd a noise abut the. frontateprobably Don't Hat conduct tre In the right L '
.OI"t1s buy your '
.. F. Hl. JLAU'KT.Paalor- .. in ) the liaptlatsot thirty. f.t rm where .. Sp..lol 41.V).unti. I way "
warlaa Mrs.
AL.a UAV'IDHOII', Bupt.Clf. '". Mr. bodfrev Cadmao, left for Swa- clur. they sitting the Hound you see 'of
_: 1 ,'er Indlcatpl on Saturdayand The different
Millinery
Iit '. -.t nee Tenu., Tuesday where be will that someone was walking) .er Opnlnl teatre. .
: complete hi. studies for tbe ministry. We are plea'ge t note this. fact that )' there was a Monday, tth and.Jot.h., cur *sling! pull for' '
Instantly '
'. ,,., .OtflcUl' WeatherReport.MOK _.U ," :. by .June:' 1st. . some of the best of our citizens. .are Ut- b y the report of ft Run n..t. f.lo..e > yd. 4)4) Sheeting, tlj Stanford'*. our benefit ; .
"- T KPtaATUm a 4I MrtTHvaanir king up with, *Idea of the bad been ; "
tie .L..bleh. found that.'old.man. Jordan Jf to share the ad- H C-; ,
Kvamixi. ".b. It -. Mr. Speer Of the City" Bakery; enjoyed tuflut of a papklmf house and i > : -o'-e' ,
-_ -_- a short visit.. from his wifeand Ibot; Subscriptions received for "The De come In and let us Or.'"" Pilots .
in Klssimmoe.
plant
I ..dsi, f !41n. f 'r.\f\ :' baby who ame''down from Orlando one rage of th ui euoouraged our efforts Iteoeully inthat wee sitting his with hl the.- bultytafrora hand fold signer" Htlo-fHir. year. At KaU's.Nunnally'i vante. bout the : I Fla .
acro K lap al roo. ..'U : -
on Saturday, roturnltur Monday. They line by saytair, "Keep the Idea : eo struck Candy-r-.alway freahv- and the :. ..
- ---- woUlil-lw andauin's gun the way- we .
Pri ., ',:' '. Wb I ;; I who w8'e.b..lI'lIe.Is'Mrs. 'SP.U* ofMrs.er'. sister.. ZPhillip.;;; I going; don't atop.With even a small I II each hne.of i )!ile! hands. A linger on at The Osoeola> _pharmacy. things.price.; .i I .......... i-
establishment the In .
SstiiMa, .... ....I ,MO 110 I III I ot kind eah Jmnd.w.. broken b,4&buckshot. .el __ I Iii
' q4.iy. -.I 7H 00Mnnl 'The decorations In the show window I InhteJ wouldoonpider. thl value Kil.lu'j which for the Try a pall of Queen Qualtl Shoe. '
::
:.. :: :::::I 9 00. I 1'' or the OsceolaPharmacy ar. farm double what it now. w.r e9ld..atl inteode Sold only by Stanford. .a..II.e.i r s.
'1'"..". ., .......:.i .M' I 11II i are.very would ,< value man's _. I
. oW : tlstlc> and Rive that already handsomestore only urnj appreciate the abot their .
W..I. I. .t 1 7'hszdav 1 Three of plowed way You invited to attend. Mrs.Chandler's .' Choice line of Blank & ,
> .J' .. from cause, everything else.. :
. Sl 113' a tltylike appearance. Mana end a into the'old man's thigh.l ,making ..nully ar .
Ker Hunter believes In keepingahreust.. would b correspondingly bettered.' .. Spring Millinery Onlall' Co' Famous St Louis B '. ' H ' jlsHo .
( 'h".b."uld. butort.unatel'II. b .1-
the -
dates -
1. A.' MIMPHON. P. M.MurCli
of the times In this advertising age. .We were misinformed ((0 regard to tbn boner .. Iwm.m.mbr( t Candy and Foutrea -

-Mrs.- Wttlior W.: Ulassford;} .and tbl action of the train crew after the through his thIgh| and one wa. 1 lor. : Ai. JTJ
t.4 fridny :to. IQ 3. daughter of Stanford, (:onn., who accident on the trestle last week. Ird, by .Dr..Uazxard on the back part tord has lust what' JOu want In ] "

have been vlsltuijf'relatives in Arcadia ThevralUj was Stopped as soon .post of t the thlg-h. whore had lodged under new style Oxford's.: . Kissimmee Drug Co. 1' .j '"r-TV;
-
atoppediover here' last week: on slble after the and an. tnvesilgatlnu the kln. Two shot bit the post *- : ,ve
.ldelt. struck Mr. handsomest.. line,of Spring and'Sunim ,
jpooooocoooooooooooocooootLdc'ai. their way home and were the guest of iuuned > de. Our .In- (lithe plazra and glancing The
Mr. L. E. OunkllDwbu[ Is MI'.. Olaa-" onitailon was to the'effect ta the Jordan in the a Ixl omen, but having r Drefc Good ever in --- "

ford's brother at the Graves liouse. -,.aln came to the depot and re- pent their force, \ey. barely eter town at Katz'.. o1r . -

The machinery for the new govern.- t on'rect.ned, which We make appears> this to bave.n. In-in the Dr.skin.Uarrard was hastilr. summoned i; An'up-to-date; line "of1-!''Men'_.. Straw _A New Florida Co.dl.loa. = .. ...- .' -, _. -- -'.-

fix>ocoooocoecoaooooooo ment dredge arrived several ilaya ago .J.tlc to the n-aln crew, who ,eel from here, and he went outto attend Hals .t Stauford'miThe ._; The Jack.onvilleiiiaoager ot one : i. i -:

-. -- and i is being Installed.. under the able assured "rcarful. .ie any thfl wounded man and Sheriff TUlle --'---take -- the great Western packing bO., 0'1 .S"- t .

( supervision> of J. O. Uptwalles, who tv..n bi> .nd ..uld uv.anything also went, out t..see If Soy clue could c. w.ake. cently expressed ..rprl. "i' .,
More ra.lo.th.eek.Send cauie.home for that. purpose Capt unsoornly or reitat-dlessly. In be dil..el- which the guilty I your Kia8iMMKJC.Dapo.Co. noticeable falling off I In the demand .

us ;your job printing. \ Sharpe' expect. to have everything InMUipihape any almlar caae. I ty (could be (ocaied.Mr. . PV for we.ternnieats In.Flbrlda/say* theArrtculturlst. L1___ __ '_ ___ r'
and working order about Jordan la a of about .' '
Stanford I I. sole DouglassShoes
baa for
Everything growing nTfcely. -priIi.t._ - Dr. M. K. Uuswell. dep.rt-b'-lf.. 6 yearn of age, and is enjaj quite at Klsslmmse.agent' Notwl..h.tandID. 'the fact that all .. & . __. r

Watch our "nuslness tocalL" The >show windows of Chas.W.. at hi. bore In this ealn8Ivli., lOs- .In crowded as never H 0 ESno.r j S H 0 ES
Uann and the Osoeola Pharmacy bave after several days of suffering following the KI".lmn.o, river section. lie saya. For good Cigar Tobacco and ] that the number of visitors to ,
r We guarantee. our job printing toAastasO. a stroke of paralysis. Although hshas' suspicion a.*'to the party wbq Osoeola Pharmacy. i bfore. the greatest ever knownthat 1g js.w- w -a' ,
to :
tHien .. Pipes go :
those :
r .. r newly .dressed" and of .t.t 1 1 :
7)o. the Bret-named. coD.lder.blylnc..all he had every attention that hive and attempted to take. hi* life, and It may 11.loe.a of all kinds I. good S. "-I '

i; J4. P. Hughey 1* visiting. relatives in alee this week. lioth'show Ihework sMU, could .Ult""L'li''Jt.enleble con- bu that. the guilty party. will yetbe lo Just received.: Five barrels of Old and'the. people properou, the ;
lititioq .bocksusiL'ioed (Ouckenlfetmer) ), '
'1n Sahford.! of a master decorator and make very cated. ._ PennsylvanlaIiyea consumption' of imported meat and "m""mmmm"mmm'mnm"mm""n' '
and at the time mentioned 25. cases "IWI"( Rye. Pricesright. : the state less tb.nfor .
: Considerable! painting and.. other lui'provements' pleasing lopular. establlshdienl displays> of the*.goods of those succumbed to its etIec( Ill* remains Ho aad'Plea.lal t. Taste.Mr .. .__Lwl.j A. E. UKARPBN.- i meat prOuolo .. The 11 packinghouses 5 ; I . 3 -

being made, were embalmed by undertaker Thompson l 825, St.,To.. all report the same condition. -
] l"r..on. below.
) All winter good's at cost sod {
Lkfl :
., E.A. Niemeysr arrived In town Friday and shipped by express tQ- ICllenvlllei iwe. C. W.
New *ubjorit( >ac4 to theJV. G. being former p ka *ps>aklnit U.U.r'. . Ottice & Uratton. I They have a* many salemeh"ln' theHeld GRIFFIN. 3'-
N. for Intenmerit.
Y., his -
from New.York
and has bore .
.and are'
enrolled almost. e r day. .. Syrup su.i': "It b. aa ever making strenou '
uq been" kept busy for the past week lie and his family have. reslded ,failed. entire New golds'' Just efforts to Increase demand, but all to E' 3 ,' m
'arrlve
Some ilrkne. of It mild t'pe'ls' no-. shaking. hands with his many friends b..1 but I year or tiao and only and of all 100'Ilv. remedies aatlfactlon.my fa &sp..lnl .no avail the people of Florida -

: ted among our people thru' week. and telling! about his trip. Mr. Nle- recently) purchasttd a home In wblo to vorite, ami I boat confess to my many Guic . ly will not. purchase and are .Im. '

''If want to buy or aelt anything meyer ha. betir..w..,\ about six spend his remaining day., he friend that It and.. hats idone. tlave yvtl seen the. Bargain Counter] Less packing house meat than ever b fancy Family .6rocerksj1ElzEsII

.try our you''business.. !....,.I." column.IJOKM. uinutha, most. time was spent was prep.rlnl for oup.ncy.. .when he whatsis wi-do. It-.%iaaediiy at Dann's. _' .' fore. Yet. there la no dearth of .. ; '
at hi. old home Scrauton, was Our are extended -
JHa.: cure a.couRh or a cold. ; and It I. I In the Florid a'markets or the Florida. .
MrTaniVMrs. the family. SeeGulceA Brattoa!*. new line of : ;
A. daughter" to
ble..
Mr. C. t.. Chollar, of Arcadia alopped ber.1 sweet and >so pleaslair in taste. 25o, lte
'
-w,:. W,,Wheeler Wednesday, last, over here last Saturday op his A peculiar aident Qurr at Runnyroede &0o and tl.OO bottle at all drugstores.Since . Spring Goods' and Shoes. What then i* the reason for the -.: : i'I '

Northbound trains havebeen crowded return from Jacksonville where' be a few days whereby a cow --- -. .' Itfew Goqdsl! New 6oodsT! Watch condition mentioned? There can b EA' \
with tourists. returning home this.. had been attending the meeting of tbe was Instrumental. in inflicting a gunshot w. C. T. I. flOt S. the show windows at Dann's; btlt. one explanation, Florida' hal = _.
weei\ Grand Lodge K. of .P. Mr. Chollars : wound to herself. Tire cow was we are very soon to entertain ___ .n._ become a producer of meat'herself. '
the brother-in-law of L. K. Conklin, browsing about the .yard, lawn ..he the Slat \V. C. T. U. cnyentlon. it: A linn of Shoe just arrived at Her own supply is gaining on her demand Delivery every, day, at any.,hour 5 patronage, solicited. 'Es
''j: R. Bailey a former town marshal manager of the Klsalmmee. Drug Co., tier tall. b.caml.eatangl.In the trig. Is. .I iame to consider.. what they ex- ;: nic Hratton' 16 spite of the ITOW of this li it ;
.
of this. place, spent" several,days should Oulo demand.. The local of the.
what
and is a prominent banker of Arca here during the past week. hat( had been heft on the grace and inswitching how (In inviting them tWo. our homes. Our .goods .are goods, and state fairly bristle offact LaLULU1uLL1L1iitL1uLuFLutLLuULLLa1L1aLilLL1LliuilLtUUaUW '
I..JudlftlHoloomb i I. Merchandise Is sold by the merchant IO .
that appendage again caused Tliene In "Experience 'I' in support assertion.Velvetbean .4
ha been in Klsslmtnesvseveral .. Kllinmee than the articles thoulhl. price low a* the with a F th. -
of same the discharge of the gun, the bullet. ner" Experience" in' our, Price with each purchase. Come being converted 1 I. V"
day this week looking are sold by retail In Jacksonville. taking vlfectlirher hip. cow is a Union Signal .. Just .b.t we ne how It 1 donet Dann'a Into thousand of pound of fat.beef. '

1 -after'bin business, .,,,i Interests.--. *.. jtffr..\l.i: ,a,i '" 1'hl statement doe not but apply to everyclass very valuable'one and Te from the. for the -caiion! r .| "J..t" ,. see I'" 1 t'C. ., . Floridfan and visitor are consuming I :.
r _We would!Mike tt.p''I b arlrom'"ourcounty of merchandise, to many, stock farms of Gen. Mile., by whom "We cannot bve"Mrs.come to' '.T4sT oit j>ln'inade-of II ] the product and c.Unl for-more. .: -, '
attention .
and was brought to our by a srLN..A
again in facie It was sent. to Mr express, work forVkur caoue nor. aBj The corn fed article
con espondents ; Inde. gildplece, ordinary gold
they cannot come too often for us.Mr.'L. ." lady who recently had occasion. to do and.we are told is one of the finest in other of the.National .. dollar( Five-dollar reward to finder, : la meeting the native prpduot of State t Bank0'KissimmeeOtTerH.to .
shopping In both place!* the country. .. The services of li. G. there seem open no suitable place for dollars. reward for evidence our cassava and velvet bean fields ,,
or twenty-five
J. Griffin of New Smyrna but. and be .tallied. The public in and the representatives of.the Chicago : .
Tbe election for town oftloer i I. Vans Agnew were-engaged her, to en wi *ha. will to conviction of ,
visited his, .on. Messrs (,:har1e, S..nlaad a week off' yet .so far enough enthusiasm be Is treating the wound with pros.pct our pleasant. village really kbow liiteabout the guilty lea. J. C. CARTER.ANNOUNCEMENTS. packer lament.
James. .. Griffin of this! place this > to o.uaebe least ripple of excitement of preventing fatal r.uIU. us, for we cannot U cal mod repesentative > & lat have' taken possession -.
week., ha. failed to materialize. Kvllently women; we are small Iu of market.. The, -

p MU; !Maude' Gotwalles has' been on Kluslmmoe. has been well /governed i"rldav'evenlng were invited to several the younf, 'peo Mrs.Karnsworth . number and Ordinary. Will you.' (five . Hrst. victory baa been won, but the Customer( Every Facility_-..< .

the sick lUt this'week. We hope""slut and by popular officials. the pIe .. in u* some hint of what. we can do? market of the world must b ours.-
to a with
Will soon be restored to her u.,1 >ast year or a different "condition It Iarl.\.IIa.te. game "Gladly; reconstruct your definitionof FOR tfAHHIIAL AND TAX OOLLItCTOR. Northern cattle men are locating with -CopslNtent Sound Management
would exist. among the people. ol-rums. to say they the grand old word 'hospitality.' I horvhr annonn1 mTM'f ai-u<1li1ai. for ".. un, to become a pa rtnf procession, '
health. Hie . -
enjoyed occasion a i sir tlon .ll nltof and .1.II.
.
has T.I '
from Abraham down It it can Marh' t u march ha begun.
Rev Henry nice' wife and son spent Mrs. Hinton'B sister Mr. L. B. M is. Fftrnsworth has a reputation ofbeing have, no subHtltute."With teeter of. I t.sImev('II . I. )IcPIIATIEL already) .Personal Attention t. All .Business. Intr IIt & Vs.I .

portion. of the week 'here visiting. Hicks, to whose bed-side Mr. Ulnton a very gracious hostess, alwaysentertaining the struggle for and SI The Plot Tutckesia. .
friend any looking after their property was 'called two or three week. ago. her friends royally, and aeveral things hafe mOle crept Into t t" roll CIrYCtKRZ. but that ha nothing to do "with the -

in Kissimmee'. .. died last Friday' night at ber'boine In never has' >she appeared to better advantage Placl i vea uaonlMI.ly to ..ourselves.We [ 0.. requested to a""nl"'h., awe of 1.H fact that there lifiot better salve on I N.. B.: CARSON. ,
ntended to Mr. 'oliimbus:: Ga. M.. licks, with her .>* an entertainer than upon strain! point but all I un..r. Jr as a..." .. .re- lerllon t earth than Bucklen's Arnica .Salve. O..HI.. o
Our sympathies are husband visited Kissimmee two this occasion.. .After the games refreshments the e\ Clerk th apptoacblng .
''and Mr. Wallace. Bell in their l-.- years .. served when the the-available points to appear richeiand 'I eli-cOon.. 11 a Its a reliable cure for burns, bruises, .. .
: and the friends whom she met were party .
the death, of their ago finer than we are. Simple, comfortable out, corn, sores'and salt rheum. -
caused by I
rertveineot& here will learn with the enjoyed a straw ride In the moonlight, J------! "
sorrow news '- .
.. old child l laiit-, Sunday, home late hour wonder.fully things no longer satisfy, and -: Tried and tested and proved infallible ii'- '
year of her death. returning at a because, forsooth, the stranger within I A Good Scheme, f for Piles. Only 25o, Satisfactionguaranteed 1

i .: Sam flUAI. and; comes so oltn Capt.. Mallng and R.. O. Van Agnew ., "6tllle Th6 with o the .venlnl'B. Misses en the K. must bate .glimpse> of ourye.yay 'The mo.t' .. good- roads. or money refunded by Osoeola ,. -
e&'el.l..e
'
'tliat It iaa mvtter to keep up have leased. the Drought place on FarnsWorthBandy prsent and life, we lock lue door against'her > i i chime that suirurost d InFVrlda Pharmacy '

.. with him. In Lhetordaotsstret1r.r.b the Island where they will establish a Herkhart Butlers., andMessrs ,Bandy and mainly to keep up appl..no.. yet \J. to "run a paved ---- .- .". .
.. 'it'.rid 'ev V.day. aeemsjlack1UeuUColJvV' *'O, for a return to (: ;
truck farm and 'In connection therewith Farnsworth ; aln. roan from Jacksonville dovn the
; E. CaSdmari has sold will raise poultry and bogs. The I plicity In-llvlnif! Ilwouldbring pa East Coast to the moat soulhei. extremity : Grade I
JK. Pound through j. M. WJH- location 1 I. well, adapted to the business Never have the. young people of KIsslminee and leisure to bon.aker, of Florida, and the High Whiskey ,
cblnC -
to eoO..JI':'. agency the twO\sloorl dwelling to whlcn they ..l1Il1'lvetbelr time. b ffa more enjoyable occasion them again 'on hospitable thoughts I i seem to point to an early oarylng out W.'L DUlor& Co. )
,- the corner Of rark\and A er- and attention. We wish J.heui success! > than was the moonlight excursionon iuteut.. This does not mean show; It of this scheme. This when It. n -
00 : rad.
in the the lake. Friday night which was does not mean elaborate French dishes become .- -' -
*
enterprise.A realitywilt
: bo of the In. At the. riskoftbrowicga firebrand a oeofthe' .
VaTdWM. given by some young men .
; WUlon, Jr. Notice to E.erybody.-Tue.da1 honor of their lady friends. Into aomebod '. home 1 add, you j, strongest drawing card. E. Kentucky Exchange
t ' week\ or t March the 24, 11103, everybody i. invljii ArranjemenI I Coast that could be < f.This BROKE R S
left .. SLK a for the steamer Polly ba have no right to Rive your husbandand stretch of thouabt. of 1 1iI'
.
the .. 'l'lae JmKat over to the 1:1'J.me.: -A. M. E. and promptly at half eight children what would not I. -
l.I'ipt.o Miami Wet Palm Beach mays Zion Church, 'to hear'the lit. lte". C. the party. were aboard, and past off for ply the needs of reasonable fuly.up I moothe.bicycles hard road will be j . .

to Nassau. :r K. Harris.., A.4.. D. D., Presiding Paradise and neighboring ..- U. women 'who go abut..' dice. for and autointl blf. la' ESTATE AND f; x'
the and.will be of
-go .J Hlshop, who will preach for us at Tao: was Indeed a, model. one "Hospitality'presjippoves'. no return I winter unu be. REAL
: Jour' Narcoossee series CO"furnishing of arti&t;'p.It."Iro('oa p.L m. Everybody always wants to Tbe..olna Its unclouded unties for. what you give la this. the case? fit t the producer on' that'ill I e.01 the AND INSURANCE .iI'inuY 1
: thl :
:
> u* a o" a ctty; ... hear him. Don't fall to hear him. to tho crystal waters. and each and A thousand young folks. la the, landhave .tte. that this -' .I=. MANAGER
Itulldfng wmcnihould road 1 I. not! only a.possibility C'AF : '
The I. Re A. A. MABSHALI, Pastor.
"
Interesting every one seemed to be In the best of a light in th e'yea that ..
to
y&lug dpr but a.probabllltjy in the
prove W. B. KINO Supt. 8. 8.Mr. humor and unusually Some look ) l looked 1
ouraubscri.' '' j/f plea.e. 1103 bauseth.yon. near future, it up to the rdit "of the
i
p11' of t1ie4 |,. .. S. U. Aultman informally en- excellent mu.1 .. nder by heyoung across the : table I I.t.te to see to that .arJ aa',well I '" I hOW have tile \largest stock of Wine. Whiskies\
nta 4'onI Into the face' of
earnest one our
WBtanton\ I lertnlned aumber of people songs >> '
a young
equipped In this line Ihe _
: 'A tojfa that thea.ee.chiran4j.,1MMhs the workers and listened" to' her earnest a. are counties .I' 'and ,Beer never handled in KI. 'Al
stitution says pay I uu her,hospitable> home last Monday and social gossip> evening wasspent. east of u*. ''Another. plak that i* nme.
'. ,the editor Is I evening' which Claude: Bailey aI Fruit and confections were words. It was 'angels anawar.s.1 of interest to b* has been suggested. 7 grad at price to ,uit t.he'timei.. t ,. .
Wt/eaven that a fellow canE .served. the homeward souLs At. : /"J heard one our elderly women
*" close I loriner Kisalmuee boy who was hereon on of This i. the building of a rlsd from .
.TITyeep! .lor fonthe. singing of the, a brief visit added to the pleasures seasonable hour the Holly reached the. a cultl.a..and deot one, lately Jacksonville to by the .
: < of the occasion with a cumber of dock, the party disembarked, not however says 'If 1 have culture and K..lmm. way "
,angels of
-I : Orlffla and J.L. Godwin 1 humorous recitations, aong and Instrumental before a of thanks by the broad views of life, with. I its manifold ttrke. O.Inlo O I &.Lees- : ;"G , SPO. :. ,1 )
..... W. P. burR. =iar.J ..
;
Olaado.
1'01. sold their mercantile In- music. Some of the young ladies to the. jDtlemo for the pleasant issues, and you say I have; It, It la road .. of perhaps '. -

having < leave to-day for! ladies also rendered some choice 1'60"t.at.lon. sail Wll'D Amooa those largely due to the ..factthat my fath more benefit to b At the state ,. 4, '
eipect to
.
i 1M'e.r, here. .. Altogether the evening was who Mrs. chap- er's house.. was an unpaid Inn for 'all t"I.ltloo 'X BBARDKHi : '
will reside..The lry.o. than Proriot
Meade where thoT ] 1e. any that]could iZA r. -
I Fort beatj lsbjBe-Jor-thelr! One of the most. pleasant-. experiencedby crone .. of Man. ., Miss the people who stood for a cause.- nuggssted.. lpT..ement plsctt,' that b- . : ,

z '. carry' our !" the younger set lor!! quite} a while. L.ttlof| Kentucky,M le Xultuiuu Every moral subject, every great pub road are locally s.needed "-, :" V .' .
\ a
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t" heard discussed
coes 'v Martha Ruby Oliver, lie question I I nee
; During the past week Mrs. Belle C. lur .. badly. U *".., The 'fanner ,
.
.; :W. t. Sear, prominent- L.annle Pound; MessrsCarson all sides I sat unnoticed at moth .
Hon. lan them, the wstnte
'tourist
t ..... erof Rilmroee. and a gradual of' Wiley, representing* the manufactur.ere'of ; Earl kuplei4, Earnest. er's left behind the milk pitcher."I .'. De one who baa anything them do
Florida. Agricultural (:olle Raluton'a Food preparations' Overstreet, .Henry Aultman. Georg-e have been the happy guest in .with every the to '
.t.be- severalday.' in the .city thIs ha been giving practical demonstratlona Oardner and Prank Dale. ny homes, going on errands phllanthfuplo a)rt..ver iy the road ,
will be Ixpense
spent In the preparation. of, these oer . blt. *"
hIs many friends.-.B8 -- . and relhrloMs.The roost> nearly o .
: -.eekgreet.lnJr - fo..1.be table, at the store of the ] building will ijot be '
eral. hostess.I dnew lived In oar
City. Reporter..' Waters & Carson: Grocery to.: 'Numbers 8pri.fl Millinery" Opening. log perfect A carriage. of unexpected I ly as much as first thought/ might sug- SOME: CONSOLATION. . fSlTY li "
'n.'?'0- S- Frier left'' thIs week ''for of ladles have called tbe..durln8' 'On Saturday and March a b.U8. ., who loa' to 8'. For instance The 1..nO of I AKERYsf r :

t3matIll.. In Lake cuuntU toO aid Re.D"D. the time and have been highly pleased 28th and 30th, Mr. ClianAier will appreciate real worth:kn oould :'vet dieeuOCSII nearly eighty mile from IDo t 'for those' deprived ,of th ,

4. ; Fir in a protr..ted weetioll&Ii at ,t *-'>lormstlon 'derived free. the holdher, regular Spring; Millinery this widow,. even the O.lat already nearly t .er ) husband, knowthat :
thC Place. Rev. I'D.' Geiger ,ofApopka lect.c41 of Mr. Wiley-, :wbO U thor.oug)1J'posted OpenIngs All tile latest style in family table. -alwaja sweet Lboua'b .- rad., and 1I0rt.. .'of and kw fatr r-. -,7i ,',, .
: ; here. 'De&' Millinery will be exhibition.. Fine we ... no doubt a ha '
: will nil bl pulpl ) upon all phase of her on someA-wa* for dinner.' 5W'lhjust cn.ldenbb part fort. t .t 'Sunday) mornlnff: and evening, buekif4J and H i U safe to say that-the line of larD Uau.\ Alt the ..dle: purt four. .plates/. .he would of the 41..10 and pro video .sm 'for teir -. .. .
.
Dr. Siinmerall and ales of thesepopular\ food will t* In the countryare elalJ bar m beaming 'and all .. already O. r. -So It ;
say ftr sppr I
'rbchIldreflit '-, Invited attend '* ) .e'l Is to that the FI! '
Of
already
say
: .
their Miss Morland left on greatly Increased from this "m' __,_ go over to the c.e after,' and road te' object' of I 'A. S
Ruverness : front _
_ _ '. l'ueadavist to join the. Doctor.in Af Henry Carruther. who. baa .I CnltdresTe Co-.Bh med- Colda.Mr Lak rid. on the laketo: ?a .>t.blok. U .already Jalan.tU. t KI..I 'QharitYtJJEVV. l Line :i I :

-silI a., Qa.. where be hiS: decided to lo- the State for a> term of two 'e.Mrv *. Jo MGrih3th, E. hI' lit, the 1ll are 'loia!.' !mal The fDI.b.the I la dl- ;J. :! Fut .' -

: :..'o..e. ED rou.e tobe chUdn.n will .isitwblle allowing the propertv'of. another t be Kau., writes "I bave wonder eon I I.. wel.. f."oJ"Vlded among.no les 41'10 oountles.aad \ .. YORK LIFEINSURANCE I f High '. :. : ."
Orlando and Julbl.law known la the :
relative at-. his without ably .I.ld. .
.. with found In possession a reasonable '. '
I Uorehound Syrup they are' aoraeof.. beet
\h, L !ce : "Grade "
: n.tl..* \ e&CI1 trfO.aid Charley iny children fur_coughs"ad ed.(ur .f T- I "II I 1,1'x8s-IEPoML'Eg.1 -L-1 'I counties of tbettata. .. la way* $ : J APCI1CCtIIIcBI11I of 0 :
r ...** 'We rcetved', a plaa ani -eall '**J.Wednesday 1 English are publio ex- the pas lour jrearsV'. 0 h. A PhyaiBlssi Write. < the route that this road -would) take Canned .
from J4r- "'.' M. < *">* in def uli of ball In the um of best medicine 1 ever ,Unlike "t would be a more thantbe 1hoidb by ever Cracken .
if cael
pn. desirous of the pl..inauo
u.e knowing'
am
representative of the Tampa each fixed by 'JudgeJohnson many cough Syrups* -c laID. .00 road scenery : ,Tie I : (Joods- I .

Ii +" 'travelInff TVibunev\ : 'ha Tribune 1* the' leading 1 at a bearing Of the .. before blm opiumbut wi soothe anil beat any profession for can obtain lerbln! In balk been' d\w be more varied.ihsland; ier m& begins payingprem- ,. _-.., _-_._. .?ear BY ii L. t I 4 ' Y p ..
prescribing .
and we lass Monday. Dll JaLb.: : the iaease of lungs quicker pup1 I b. Is, of and ' _
dally newspaper ooure.higher '
_ ..;Liuth Florida .' wife of Henry, I she tl.'i't. of gr.' use to case ofdyspepsia t tW Sums the. lower.. tho.. : _
.. that Is quit*pop.rwith.our .am" tlmn OWI'I Xfiu, and closer' i"hsr. I '
. pleaeed to note any rl t brought _' t tr. b j
.
on b1;ex .
"' being an accomplice ol the the *t all - ot ,( & premium will .1. .
/ : ny or b. :
peoples d.ua'I '
1.0 Dl .
oridiL.* 00 the 1kb overwork. 1 have never known it to .oaD. 4llbt& .
... .,, $; .Smith),.J>f; P? lladelphU l baa DaOoa( reported so ol.I'ebll.ry.,Uarbal Wcla:01 tmGs.tw' ,Hhitian ii...? fall In restoring the organs affected: "ip I our duty toourselveato. : : do what- FbRrLIFE.4 PIRe., AOCI-' )NICE'UECADIES' ) FRESH. u T i. i '

'.... .employed by M.uisra.F. A.'Van ler' and sheriff 1' A/& OuU Cral to their healthful aUvUy5o .bottle ; f '
Mrs. St.; ilia our power toward'tie DENT ( .
" oarryljjgout .
CJC..W Ward as a iypew1iterbuuiaeaIO bad. 'entered this houie alp at all dllfe-- .Y ., INSURANOE & -2'
>. e"a oas' Knuxviho 'June 10th, of this or some similar plan. 'AND .n1 ojF'a..d. I
:t."" \ IncvsIing so rapidly and taken therefrom KJO tnr money* ( : been irytnic the.batbsol 1 Even the Pr a road , .. '.' ... .1
; front ,
t"l..v. 'Old papers 20c per hundred; completion t. 1 .
render such. assiatance. ; neoesa- t Henry, who-. when ) Ark., for solatia rheumarlsdi V.alley Oa. oAoe.r!_'. (t Orlando t O.a} ., be of great ; --. . -, .Call, 'on-* '. S .r .3 3I'
& U
.
7 Bmltb rrlved omeday. goi of hav b ,
> '' BIP".It lt ge vmore.relief frontiialIiirL' : .ii'to us "miles of M. WILUSON.-j R ::1 '.' .. ., l
them. -
':: aa i his duties with i amount' .of"filthy SnowLiniment than soy .tostfila ,2 ti 1, will have.to be built, aad this In Lateand. :j WBBW'SW'-'W-dV.v' "- . . ,y. t'. \ :'I
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T ;d.M-, : Ii: ;r'tN..rVo..k 1 ta' tin medloiu or anything 1 bs'v.sees.u.e4.jeclu ,, 'Who ..climb fre' Marioneoeasiseto finish ,tbl* --- \

a"Mr.MrL, and .I&iu had leffc,:town' A."Caler! ttodlposUililoe,\ ode for 11.0.( 'TO" : ae.1ecb road of ueaily; eighty! ,mMea.) JSbjill :, ., '
Zdn ..gttfitttStfsroSs. iscw'ta, the. -Jl' dead .* large', daY 4lkeoo'unty' : : -J : '
..1 ,jI1..I' ; ,o l by for them-aWd this sldti o( ,no* T idln'Oue Zi
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... \! e_ 'amiig1stawoUd6. a also th-exper1of see to it that our twelve miles 'are flp ; ;
*' : .wW"w 01 '. .' .,?- We : C"-
Ia Ih.e..r \ .O". .:: T neglect' their or(I bols. lt"Ito. cao ..I
havebsp1 eB: .t.
- ee Fal"' ;Theyt ; Self Dr. KI $* ) laveaUuant.r i -
_ a wh".. 1bta :"ia...... nponbetn 4ueU0mEi.satedthat I wIll biiI'Sss' ;den New 4fe.PUhs/They'ape.geMle.ThuI will m0 an 'InVemneoTthat.wIll bnd.il fI ;
altd
wedr-fIi6eD Henrywere: &k1ed. u.l. end to any part,'of town at.sl.OUper. thorough"' Only SSo-,. . ue 1 briocreturns thratigb* ." c4Lj

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14 --,' -' -.... ,,. .,.' 8.rg the fo; 'tmitleti the houses we in* due which VirtlItrefact"that the fowl P4t. : ;; : ", .. In T tb m--, ;:BuddJ Pecan; Trees } '\ ;
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I \, : ' : te": $'uL1tky'Ai1fl.i.I :" were keptwere not constructed1 warm Rtr 1r ; nt sYujar aff .t '. : FRIUTA L .
, > enough for economical egg production \ > ,
: fOIW De Condolfe says gi. tmtonatrated !
TreeA11 Kinds
> .
; w and *> c\, OFab'ge
.. during the* winter particularly' by a crowd of h1stll' / / , ,
) w"tf a II'" nx fKwvH xtq.>> >T>f> -*e eoo*v> the faotVthat the Jowls were noted that- canewasftm oauti- ; ''Tree..a4 'PEPA-Ir" v" ".

I k 1' "O"'f"-m"" .. *J v* eT'..' heavily',a,an ysime., 'were ..lno bate '. n..I' meridional sugar whelks ha Peaoh Trees f

: : v., v; v\,,-", S t'.t and were ..Iron., vigorous '. W.r -W--' ..t0 I Into 'Africa. A. later*I,11 .nta. ; ;
'. were *. .
d.ired"Te er that 'r.ve.t America. -: PEARS PERSIMMONS, PLUMS FIGS, MULBRRRlESl CAM .
I Egg,that are t i be.; used (for hatching b quotes briefly from re The 'feller that i .'Karl ,Rtr".taled..elt the van.- OR TREES, GRAPES. ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS. t.[ ,.1-,
.: : } ; : '- should''at tar'aspO..ible.-be new. of 'airniiar tests made at the I I the one that keP -.oa tIn: of stateand LARGESTuSTQCK O? TREES.' BEST QUALITY. LOW I'1ICI. '
f 1 ;r&ere'iO $ *C OD wlih I .c& f; "iht'me'in Mi.ym: laid) the 'they are the higher Maine Experiment Station, also a pre When the- belonging >to kown genes .*acch rum"

f ,tli'ati '"
*> tU''a.' K just fc* I..aid't: r-nf:" I, can, make you care Jor should percentage as soon a* laid, 10 and wit a general summary, .- Ru., \ Egypt-- NURSERIES, .3 -1rl .t'sl, FLA. FI..A.

? ,. ut five met, you .kfow I'can-, now there's noterrible a. to ensure them from big exposed a* follows \yong." .. LinguistiC and hi.tollcl/.c. import Address THE GRIPPING LE
wo. er.iadgted year. .inee rhdney b we Oh. little to- the or sat upon a broody "If we conser'tbe test which is re. .' the' claim origin } Euro B ROTHERS COMPANY,
.:* seminaryK. : You, fro.n'the. girl.,my little gIrl"!"- ". ? hen I. ".lflU the germ to start ported- in the Mssiachusetts Hatch Re- Who serb the rose springing'. pean o A.I.te Aryan 'origin have [ Catalog-i free upon application: P. O."Box SM B. Jacksonville.ilPifrJ.rtOiHri. FJa Ic4

r f f Techlnl the infant idea th.n"e'a bit He kiled me untit T &as.hel"le. growing spoiling the egg, and causing port for .85 .consisting of two separate , An' think he hear a ;, names /.u"a derived from th San.krit .--
in
; thel jatitnde* )'a4n't a.prut. .'a. child., I-its heartbeat in great. toss and annoyance. thre tests'are' fsVora-, An' "happy bcH 'arlngin'When .on! . orJSsrkara" but those I II'i'3

: />'; -erene. face. throb under m . Eggs from none "bid absolutely 'ble to meat or beef scraps, *ndthree' the not of have a great variety '
.ah-llnded '
.r yUI I had heel rnade-love' to before but tests are favorable to iTOund WorldRuns' of fy.n.aln both and '
used
you fowls should be never
i ? It'a healthy ; .ul.r"
".. ,.><>"<: ( e\lltbll1 never like'th.t I, donV know now 'breed front fowls that have disease of fresh meat' and bone, and ,w. may "cane," Dane similarity of nme. on i ,T '

o, rC4tY boi4,0< \ 'it t: You alWayswould any lol. : (.--.1 scarcely any kind, and 'never mate weedy fowls; therefore'conclude that the dried and Wrong. > ,'I the oe hand and the diversity on- he S _
;? ;.1 *.P1t3n'1 *" tr '* 'chair while "cuV of wha ho said or did. the'chickens' weedier still; ground material, when pure and untainted ,'.- other support the presumption.of the F 'I ':"'
crawled in' among the pillows J a,.' Up' In his arms at last The eggs wi b should b* turned is equally as valuable a* the 1 It** hard to cross the ferry great antiquity of. its-culture in A.ia ; I
n the and carried the brook kpt -tide i I. strong}
across
, -1ofLk( .Thsti what has been the 'ue to the tnornina b.. ground fresh meat and bone. Th. beef When the where botanical' indicatipns .
mosning "
every ;
troubleAunt
biu; rock, and down.beside I. merry'When '
me. scraps, further, the a hero that
'"' Pen had sl fore putting inline'incubator. It is aniajter ps.e'l .dvantleth.t I'* Its orIgin .
brought f<'-of TiwnH, 1' realised that .th.t wouldn't ,! a sujpty for' the J, Sugar in ", k '
J, wi. and pillow* .Jo. 1 remembered I' had told ofinio.d.etli.-b..t nionfliiFan. -be bb'flThedrine'thuewhile -.- World, ean.w. found'10wlnl AstE.
.
had in of
form 'wba should rest ]
i*, torn another many
or llands
I
.. waJ e.l; a.; useless 1U, him; I must tell him was a lie 'And. think Jt .isof the -slightest with fresh meat'and bone"ther. *' Runs a jhevwere'discovered white man, TIME TRIED,
o'-the-wisp
: TU-* Wal ; he,would knowwhy I had told' it He Jon.e. is alw'aya) considerable trouble and ex.pense Wrong. it indigenous 'AND-OOp---'r0-
inferred
.' t(rier | qnrnce. .._ and it waa .ha wa .:
Stanton.
; .drigg4 ea lertabool t I was not a m3l'to.foliv a Ihinl like. the'incubator where connected with obtaining the. '-Frank.L' but 4t has ben indisputably Mfcoufatiui.d eapeeislly ; .
Art. "ea'.fnd Place (b4r. can to .ult all the, requtremunt of 1
and th
lee tba. .v *.u|>ply regularly grinding it proved that it. with many other useful ,, ,
few
vibraUon
start
m 'e was Ip.wcaried and not be ; a
any
'!: _,w.aps.1. wa*'a wonder she* didn't -'f course It could"not' really mutter day before putting the eggs in, .to as In the tests to determine .whether The Cadet Battalion .te.eio. very plantf. was carried by the, Maori race AND
; r, V.0, home for imbeciles.The W to'me whether hd forgave me or no to, get it in perfect working order; feeding the grain ground or, whole Interesting lecture In, all of JU migrations; and that they GROVE., GARDEN FIELD ,
But oh :
Sin
the shame of ill College ,"by Met,
To "Universal
inustis pull CUt Would glvt the beUer results it was on the had obtained it from India. .Aa far a* .
rest and when, is about degrees '
machine at ,
7 'q" '1i''he were in Durham. quiet Rest man's heart like that forvanity's sake; the in and allow tO it to found thstjhe.Iargest number.x>( eggs W.l; > West herstord.of N..bie..Ten. reeach has been to as- If .ou are raIsIng 'tomato 1I Gggplaat*. Oekry .WberJ Le"t t
the alle
Dur
ham because 1 must be amused 1> put els. was laid .the which received the n .see' who Is the tnoer It to China Cochin Cabbage: we.can aupplv you a fwrUllaer luad *imcU.Uy for tbim. hw' t
pen me that
: we came," and I was work slightly )increasing -, r.if., c .
- r a very.enuchabused l frit' an old dread o( his face, when up j'IOJ degre. mash in the morning and slightly few Vanderbilt; University and also general China and had Its origin either in that t1I tborouabI7'tetitAod. OUr 8lmo& P u. 1100. I h.. t. beat fruit Pl'Ududaoo' J '
person. towards theend
I should tell him ,But it must he-done. - of the. Young Men* Christian revved or .y lertUlaer sold t tire aUl" We bn. bad a '. t
from 'pen the
thought that first er eggs -the receiving secretary or Bengal. 78ar. nUUea1.
week Durh.m'.t country .xpea.mane.
: of the hatch.DO
Why he Southern, and b... spent more dune and IDO 'In
the 'woul fairly maker.me love mash at noon, while the fed on A"soi.lion for, lh* Greek and the Romans were.cquanted .ut I. crop vxpsriuieug that ,
nearest,jo a,vacuum'ofanything1 him hot, the drawer till the pen The In the 8e1.Jdee aU : j .
blnl manufacturers 'tate. 1"1
next I hadn't intention instructive iiraij .S'
the least
knew 'have chaitgtdjnv'iriind third day, opn turn the 'egg. morning whole grain laid decidedly fewer Statea .The lecture wa.ve with the propagation of .n- for 'P8C"1 ropa w. esIIo' J
stuck l
In alliuds of KKETILI/.IN
..but. of marr/ina a poor man. least of' is .the""un-' and entertaining.: On Monday afternoon in the West of India, a* tf Vl'KMULS AlIiLJoCUlllaUOUr ,,
; .and-'evening regularly by taking out egg'.1 of'inlere&.lh.t I ,
\ you have tOe dealer UiOervnt
.It in ti' all. a fanner. I must tell the truthyinckljv whrre.apart Mr. Westhersford gave an exhibition the writing of Paulu We- were Brat to put tue fwtlllog njaterlal wiiiiWeoJ '
.seen summer the' ( one;' : one shown by Aea runt ii l
of shoW bear
: But then J>ad no taste for",unrjs U I before" my counge' failed S .ron .rolinl'he., .cone lat of the grain was ground and fed in the new gymnasium and neta, Theophraalu. Dioscorldea, the reacti A.MUONIATUS grower a they lu wind wii.Onierliig.. ,,I.
j fairly ti
-screamed .
'and .unat. I to think how you at hil' one in the row is reached, front one moistened, in a mash, and the conclusion showed the-boys how tod several ten- Varro, Seneca .nd'other. Sugsr we* '
would' eJ0) use., -the glorious "Oh, don't don'tl Ple.N stop! I told t then being put right at thf back of the report is a follows: national f'alunU" on hriaonta bartliat"thcy ,, called "Indian salt. "honey from bamboo 4ulpbat juumofllaMtrate :.Salt.. -
ybu a lie. I liave.junt much > Sheds, iAiu.
,
as moneyas "in this never India and
I sixth da "a honey concocted In
fre.le. 'W morning. began to I Test: either the fifth or ,. epnmenJ ell prnlc. h.
ever-had. Nothing.has tion wa* "a produced either by Dried lUeod. 'as LI am,
b.ppne which honey
the experience to are pr.licly
week. ,
to
.ht .bu .ecnd to m.v money. I was onl - siding ee } made in the col', A..tla. Illglt Urade Blood and HOO a.'OhiiwFai '
mash has been ,
The long, to brook n-n ;fqrtilej .thi infertiles may be used forcooking. was r.d morning when A change .of heaven or br the sWeet and '-4,
A dreadful alienee -
'where the winter I.n. grew and little fell on everything. fed at night. lege schedule. Drill comes before chap thick .p ,of the reed. ""a concretion Blood and 'Bon > Klue Stone

-:yellow bird. to come to bathe.and He'got up and.stood.in front of me. A candle and one's hands are.betterthan "With and old fowls bet el in; the morning instead of in.Jh I similar to our ofrrf salt, and which Bone (OauHtlc t'otL
swing" u. All the". l' light and jo hdd. gone in bJI younl middle of the ''Ier )ofore.r toUhe Weth, Tankag*. t M nd rianter, i..r.541
'iV on the t:1 catnip stem in' the out ofhis face looked ) any machine. Hold .the egg ter rUI' we4 obtained when uboutonethird' forenoon. "llel subjected Rrlgbt CotloC Heed Meal. ... VVIialp tt
old.Nell the .
I. This will be much better of Oil Soap
.sunshine the
atr.ctd me about the-third front of the candle, having no oihe-r of grain ration was fed jurlnR' manner .It" Dark Cotton alealTiastor
ohaoldl Il forget how he and moistened than when hot month- to come too Hebre'w writer do not mention *u- Seed ilronud Uopperaa. '-
week i sunscta-jhey came light in jthe room; if.it a live germit lnd. all '
r - that time too. t I'lve td be-a'hundred' wi Ielmblca; long-lagged. spider; Ir.the grain was fed( whole and scattered warm to drill with comfort In the mid gar or .ugafc'ane, and it I I. inferred Pomaco. fll-sulpblda Carbon ( r; yE.

After our ealy tea-Aunt Pen used togo erything'.'Yon will be gray: if spot, fixed or lo.llng. in the litter.. : die.of the that the culture of cane did not exist in POTABUKHt., Myxtir) 8UUn for Poultry,
t off to and I would slip away to ao considerate" M to tel with no -veins i$ The third test to the advantalrt'ofhaving the East 'of (India at the time ,0f the Part ( rn and Inwrttcf$ I. goner ,
the orchard .fence and watch the cow me what. your objec| was, he said .hatching .or. i'nOR.:, tly clear, curtain to.enclose the Tile; Commercial Bank and the' "Captivity of the Jewl at n.bylo. ,' Muriate rmaah'II .- I
TOR.
a, tinctly. "Hadn't. furnished amusement for in perche. Adams Company, of Lake' what haf aid. the 1Kb nrade Potash,, CCU %MATBBIALH; I
come omi.from pasture tip to the enough for ? it" is good Iook Testing < does not 'give- up much light Ihnkinl From ben deduc .
\ barn The swallow came hap I would you. Did you thinl, per hundred eggs should only take a the birds in the- pen' without curtains City presented to the College lion foHow,, that seemingly tr.tworby law 4tradsrpntaah, '!ut TolMirco Stems I" .
too.'-circling and darting in hOJVn. of( 1mye some strtlinJ original minutes;: U i II far better not 'io fill up produced more eggs .thl'those Athletic Association e very h.ndsom history make India the origi KaloK. No. 1 Uround TobaocQ,' ,

.. the woods beyond.iTJie pink died,slow4 make way of making love you could the machine .chick-ens; bring hatched hsvingtbe curtains abotlt the and liver cup, which will be offered as a ''or at least the first l.c Canada Hardwood 4sbr.s.' Kiua round i Tobacco, ---
ly out of .- the sky and .the shadows "Pr it?"in,your world, when ,you at different I mel inevitably cau.e loss the fact (that that the birds rol. the in the future AJthleticContest.I where it had .o.o commercial val. ft5 ted Tobacro'Blem'o.irs *,-- I'UOSP'tlhtld I-

;. lenlhend from the wods. It grew 'It .1 by affecting eggs. which. are not curtains suffered from severe1 colds, of the college to go to the companmaking' ue and from into China, where ACIIJMi . > (unbind Tobacco.
., darker' and stiller; ..Aclogwocldbark word.".l tr fouJn't say S due for Some time. 4 while the uncurtained flock .was- freC the highest number of point it' ha'been e'xtensivelylcultivated for I Illiuwlvedl Bonv. All guaranteed! unleached and' ,

.- sharply oil on the hillside. ..J.i *not'trouble There are ao many conflicting opinionsre from this trouble. The report-says On Washington's Birthday,this cup wawon .I many c ntur' ;.-Thence i passed"to Arid Phosphate.P'Molred Ulu all their rertllfalng and inee ".'
4. You could smell the .h.1 you .Ialn while) of moisture -by Company A andjs Arabia, Ethiopia Egypt
; swamp pink and You have the amount to b possible tlic apace ehclosed was too now1n11. Nubia 'lone Black iropvrtlea
,the and the tOi and here your-fun used that I can only., that the siuaJI. A second tout was tried the following session of that compapiC" The (about njoo A D.) '
,. What did you think, earb to ollht to contented. But I want try-farmer should use his intelligenceand Barred -PlymouthRock contested for again a the Commencement Introduce sugarcane into Cy 4

-. used to get my leten Nell .sprin.? for. kno amusement just why I you did it. Wa it judge what "amount is required by y.arih, the .shut-in, spaceconsiderably Field Day, both companies Jlru \ ,. Dom Henri. King of O. F'ainter Fertilizer '
Now I see the fun your was.so unlike youl'average the moisture or dryness. of the atmosphere enlarged. In this'test the ate going to do their best Portugal imported it into the Madeira

_.3e knew your.butterfly.friend '0 wel to see what society would adinim- youw.nle to and also liy.the sire of the air- birds h.vilA'thecurtained space laida a. aG..4 and Canary Islands,where-for 300 years JACKSONVILLE. FLA.[
credit all those happetWa1"at'h T" chamber of the Infns'nsMI.n, of the sugar-consumed in Europewas
raptures For rgg. eggs in the (four all _
., .;. field .I. You can go to the head -uld. not pure .b.m: ; Nel. word. 'Keejiihe lamp well trimmed. If it fe1'mor the monlb 'of December' month., It -has said that progressive manufactured. It was neil intro- -1--- --- --- ------ -

F" again.a "more pillows. I 'rmut him and nodded come S 'looked a moke. *. lamp-black will he formedand had the colilc'l weather of I he'winter, movement inv any- direction i.,hke.in. dnded intoSouthern Spain--where Its ? Fact to Oi td.rt. '

::4 have something to nmusf me, to keep He.looked .ny.hed(for prevent the proper amount of Mat they laid more than twice as many as vention, in this that when the thought culture still prevails,, though within a Messrs. Hendrick and Raley, leading -
Jit'; me comfortable and interested. wo, then lie back a minuteor from reaching the water.When those will the uncurtained roosts. Th,. of it is runlinl in one 'mind i is also rentrkted territBry7: Arthe beginning Jacksonville real estate agents, have d' '
He showed not Ihe least desire to do brook' down the went across the chipping .at! do. not keep test concludes that in colder latitudes rUling '..minds.; all thi, of the -sixteenth century it was carried compiled for Times-Unnvt a brief ,
either at fnL mother wor.hiptd"im yoiKl-aiid Isat and lane to the field be- ,opening the drawer; open it just often than Went Virginia the curtained-rooot signs of,the time tell us that iheTimha from the Canaries to Brazil. Soon after teport ol great value to inlccul-ru, ; in-' \

.:. and e like'a queen. of sight., "watched him out enough to tke out cbick.and to turn space for coM nights would be desirable come fur a general* forward move the discovery of the New World. Peter migrant, containing valuable iiiforina-
; _. Aent 'P 'n and.he were great friends. I any eggs up i that rolled over but i is of littLe 'value in comparatively merit for good roads throughout the Etienza took his cultivation the Island tion a* (O.Florida vegetables, fruit, tim
I: But life just.seemed to leave me out ip \Vel. finally'Pen ,en back to the house with the thip underneath Put .th. mildctimates.The Union. For ten years the mnst pro of St. Domingo whence' it spread her and gracing lands, p.-irri and -.rid .3!? / i;; '

t .-. the cold-; Now. of cdnrse, Nell, nor ald went.toubed. -, we ate supper .and chicks in the dryinl"h.mb.ti dry. lant"" experiment rcponedwu gressive citizens in _all sections Of f the over all the West India ''Island ant* per acre etc. t, "Yp443"P' -

reasonable. of girl could island tha The next day Mr*. French said Da- then into 't the fORler-lolher temperature the method employed 'by Mr. b country have been devising ways am Central and South America. Vegetable'lands can be I Might I from ,
';: -/"Here werel.the conditions for a really' had the of to r degree for' Dreser to induce early aid uniform mean* for the permanent improvement In the United State i1is"iu)w cultivated $4.50 to $JO per acre, art-mdin to locaiiun 4
intereiting.novel. A rich heroine boarding vl( gone We iii. to staid city on business fire few days, gradually lowuinj tillthey molt, and very an successful in securing of the public highways, and it seem along the entire Gulf coact .Itwas : and the averts? net yii-hl pi-r &'l&vyyzg.
.. .at a farmhotist amid sylvan scene* awluh. lie didn't nearly a month are ready to sleep out.iee. the wa. the that all Rood roads reformers( Introduced into Louisiana in 1757. acre to the-fanner in 1892 was as fol-
4 and all that..jrou ,-with a widow lonlcr.Alnt Ilt Pen wondered come aloud' bc about. it' "' Have clean sand '. t.o inches mol .nd -.nummarystalest the same opinion witrr reference art o and became in 1795 extensively cultivated lows .

.i3 'and)her remarkably handsome Not until deep on the fo.t.r-mmber lo- io' "Mature hens which fed general) system of'corpOrajtion betweenthe and has since then been the - .--*' tVf, acre.1ggjlant. .44 :
..:: a. boy a alt, either lie:,was son. around was solitary nearly distracted day I roamed oft for their, feet and they wi it si,>aringlyifor( about two are weeks very and government, the mates and counties chief crop of the state. In Florida it '- . .- . . .... .. .i, ..$400 r
; till t
day
;thy, quitedark, wih* great brownt could beU I if no .re. knew then almost at once,which is -a help then receive a rich nitrogenous ration, Among the present leader in the good had a clwjkeied career from .17377 toiHjs. Toinalolf-. ;. .. ... ir.-'f . . ito
t _. ._7 I barely! .t,his shoul- what a selfish to them. Clean off the top layer eve molt more rapidly and with uniformity roads ref ortnnl ion I is ..RepresentativHrownlow when it became permanently domesticated CabbaKC . .' . -i 150
more
en Isele., 10odfGnolb.int morning and "a IJ fresh sand. . . . .. . . .
1 girl no and enter the cold weather of of Tennessee, who recently and has since bee extensively CucitnU>rr* . ]"rf
I'had'been'Trrover."had was. feed till they are from 30 to 36 ."., .. . .. . . .
.; ; built IcS of the winter in better condition than similar) introduced a bill in provii grown for syrup making. Peas . /so
gr.nd.Id ,life of the old; not have exhausted all national COllrel Mr. Thomas Spsnlding Squash .. .. .. . .". . 7 . ijo
vee: along the Mississippi. herded"carV woods, the fields, 'the' whole 'they"wi fowls fed continually during (the:jholt- lag tor cu in road "yln Georgia
"' i tie 'in'.the-, bad landsbuilt world into green the and will be'geUinghungryaqd ing period on ilprovement. began hscultivatijjn in iSaS..JUid soon Cantaloupes- . .. . . . . joo
blood. an
treRrapb' got I ta-
4 V. could
: lines. But hi*'mother never be quite my should he no trouble to tion." rtl-produt11 Judge E. H. Thayer Clinton, Iowa, *r.er'large'estates were devoted to it Watermelon .. .'. . . . . *t>

:- '"' come home 'ao "home1-he had come.T ; more. *- -. tbe sml Prissy. ..n feed. This -Is-very important.Thefirst ) Is to Ue 'regretted that th! teat .just -y rilteh a I te .to Colonel13rownlow < and sugar houses were established. The Lettuce -- . . .. .. . .. .. .. 4ruCauliflower.
*They had-a hired man"who'did most So we feed should be. c.ne oatmeal I not carried much *valuable in which< ..unliesitatingl discovery of the cotton gin and the ... . . . . .. . . 500 E.T.
to as
went But nothing ALLEN
..",... of th* ao David and.Aunt Pen satinfied. I"ck town.end of clubs well scattered; feed little and often information farlher.be, gained by approves) aH the provisions the bil wonderful impetus which it gave cot. Celery .. .. . . .. .'. . . . 1'fi M.'M. p. PH. D
used work .finder the tree, no say every hour for the- frt few and "he the culture caused of Irish .. .. . . _, OCULIST
'while I',swung in the hammock.x <. Oil, t days, gradually the pert so throughout the Acer of( fr.t national road cane growing by the large planter on We can Jurnish you tile .naiiict nn I
But my turn came after awhile., HeShowsd Jicuewihere in of meals. Never leave food Iyinl tire season tre.te' and hajrha-en convenliSh held in ) Ro : the alluvial coast lands;, but the small addresa.of a number of farmers aliia Ten no use try it and eer countr rtr'indo. W dm l r ,
4r about a* quickly turn sour >)* Lsrttgu. HOKM -
roe Where'the c".lp grew deceive was David I Iwanted. chicks diarrhoea, and wil bility of the eggs from each flock being Chi"ag.HI., 16. Judge. farmers-of interior took It up and have netted considerably more' per acre Oe.lt. Thur.d.jri. Montuuma. 5.i
: .field* yellow aa Rol.hat .w.about It mysel. I probable that give the death. Water very not o. also a p.r of the test. 'It' is the .pech.t convention in which grew it in patches and manufactured it, than we -have stated above. I t; iimville. Smtlird r>, Bruwa Ito.. .., '.
!f th MC week lane and David I tould .1\ No man but ten cause till the second day.-eed. b Ocobr. Novembr' December he a proposition that,is'prac. by the 'crude.t machinery' into syrup A friend of ours whose name and :iJdresswe ,

.. sunsets. even such good one as he would keepon given eggs thlt bllbtl price and tic ally identical with that running for home consumption.:. Today sugarcane can .furnish, has nude three ,
: o Jtb thought wa only fun and Idleness caring I for Such a wretch Rolled 0.11 is an excellent food..sos pay the beat |"rofit, if a better through the Krownlow bill Among i*. grown in over fifty counties; of crop inone year off of one acre' aifcllowsl.
: I. it had always been before. The aa I had shown myself herle., | maize-meat mixed Very ''dry wih ( average egg yield can be gotten from other things, hewidi."The this state and an enormou! quantity of ." '" .;' '' '

4' .little glad feeling-at my heart to see Ai'nt Pen.head from hit mother oc lill.pollard; fine cracked corn, year-old hen. by taking pains to Induce constitution provides that 'con excellent -syfup'and some sugar i I. annually 400 crates 'eggplant '. v .. ,\. ,$50.175 '3ariJose Scale

: .him comes atridinl. the'' fields, casionally/ Itwas, always David this ...,a litl cooked rice, canary- the early and more uniform molt gross shall have the poweiTo establispost made. Georgia syrup finds its .loo crate of cauliflower ,,, .. .. 525.0. ,

-ffln4 P to the, cb .the.u.etl and David that ,But we rarely, men seed stale hred Ire'.1 good food for and the eggs also wi hutch strongerand office and post roads.' It has appropriated way to nearly every.market. in the Unit. 500 crate of cucumbers :'j;!. ,v 500.00 ORANGE' SCALE ,

.j.:' -s+Si*. ,* with mv .only gratified tioned him. Aunt Pen is not troubledwith..catsract ,chickens; they .i rlsh- a little finechopped better chicks a most desirable -. Millions o dolan from the ed States. and other INSECTS can be Controlled..by .
week.Give
-V He was ao different from.any"one I .or jmy other ditease of (/ met I thing for us to know' Poulirymenhave public treasury for establ.binl pos In the southern"parts of Soutb'Caro. Total nat profit of 3 crops in-one Using ,

'I.d'eve known.-. 'He bad'aeo and the eyes that I am aware of. and she green food a* soon as they.will eat It long ben desirous of b.tcbinl offices, but in the last cen- lion Alabama .ndMiJ .ippi-numer. .3 year from one acre. . . . .$l.52R.75 GOOD'S CAUSTIC WlfAt I
._ > 'I.rned many thing in his independent had soon read the cause of my reale. and give plenty I lettuce .the fne.tIreen IItt'I full winter tury.it has appropriated comp.ntvl.! ous-small patches'of sugar cane are The cauliflower was markttrdnjrJ.anvuary ] oiL
and "will it I
and,"could tel them in a ness. I could see it in her face her food they eat generally been unable to. do ao nothing for e.t.bli.inl : rod. cultivated and converted Into syrUp j and cucumbers, March and April, SOAPNO.3.
lnd
: 'bright;' original way hi* ow He careful avoidance of Jiis name. will ,not touch. .other green .tuf became of its hatchable eggs at tha There is not of but sugar by. the same primitive method eggplant in May and June It also prevents Curl-Leaf. Endorsed j'
c; :had abitio. but so long . mother So i it grew winter. and finally on one The food should be mixed fairly df prio. I the' early and uniform is entitled to have his mail brought to as in Georgia Only Texas and Louisiana by Entomologists. This Soap is a FerIlli.rr ,' '
.. him *h.was first ,cold snowy day in February I /never sloppy 0 stiff, and not -o that 'problem we will all his home. no'mate whether he live are deeply interested in the manufacture We know of others who have done as as well as Insecticide. '
He 'could b*. merry .a boy. We my limit. / r.ehe much' soft.food given; they thrive beat glad. to know it. b in' the country or the city. It i i. of sugar In the former state well! in fact some have exceeded the So-lb. Kegs, $ .50: loo-lb. Kegs, $.o;

:'$ 'used to-play mumblet-pel out on the "Let's go to Durham and have some on a ration comp.ed chiefly of hard with Anther point that hinge this gratifying to know that the free deliv there .re.twenly or more large sugarhouse friend mentioned. Half Barrel, 270 ii,., 3 tc.. per lb.J; '.

.,. lawn; Aunt Pe'Ko litle uneasy. nice country pleighing, Aunt. Pen, I fo. Boedu.tbould which be mixed will is the hatchability of the up and cry system is being extended to the *. and in the latter over four hundred Pineapple land will cost: from $50 to Barrel, 425 Ib., .1 1-4 c. Large quantities ,,
"and remonstrated Jat' said. ( ( pre strength _of the chicks" the mall towns although. the postmastegeneral yielding the' aggregate annually (loo per acre, and after the.second year S; ccial Rates. Send for Circulars. f ,
.nd.vilor
inthe vierbreedL
: u. "*', "My del priscilla,'. ypu arc Actingvery1 Aunt( Pen was writing at the library vent leg weakn.-is also le. following we' want the writes that "enlarging free delivery nearly oocoo tons of sugar.. This the condition are very unfavorable JAMES GOOD,
foolishly.. Tha poor felow.dpe table. I don't believe Aunt ,J
!!:> A ,,no reaJlae,' in le..1' you ever got that letter I don t believe Fine 'gF should be fresh given and, clean in breeding stock; in fact, there is here delvry.' |] to be postponed un scattering patches in each atate grown aa $150 to Saps per acre.

,J rare ab. him. ., I be proposing she 'coul have read half Of f it if she the shade..pt perfectly a large field for interesting and profitable are better faciluies communication -for the home manufacture of( syrup forborne The return front oranges inthe
to ".' did. Aunt Pens hand shook so .rxperirnents.-Ex. through the rural and consumption southern part of the Male, where wrecks as far as lumber v'.I.j...,..
But h didn't Te rOlance.u en I Y that the ink flew in --all-ilirectioni.. Reduce the temperature gradually in sparsely settled districts." Just &0: Bu The manufacture of syrup 'upon a groves ''have the necessary attention, goes.Yet. *'

,,,. got a kin In IL- ; .idn'* play- "The snow wi b&ont before w* the Josler.moller. .putting the chicks ' Feeitmg Oowyeaa te* Kerns. must the state and 4 he county and the I small scale,'with horse mills and small are at least as good as" those derived there wai no excuMvhatever] ( for, ' 't
:;' . bl.*J>* at, all. could get and back again." out fine weather I soon township be required to make those I kettle or open pans;is an enormous from pineapples. Good timber land the condition whicby-rhade this wanton ij
'3.4-' 3' I 'watched the yellow birds alt by my "Well, let' not send 'word. Let's .the dew is off the ground if the .The peas, after m turiy. "were harvested better' facilities, by the expenditure ot, Industry when considered in the aggre-- can be bought for from$2.50 to *' per .IrMriiclion and ,iKaste possible.

; / ielt .Sun et ;ceased, to 'be e lorlons. iurprie.lbem" sleeping-house is warm, draughtproof3and and stored I lofts( and vast sums of mtoney, and then invite theKovernment gate.,. From Wilmington N C.,, on acre and .grazidg lands' from ft to $.n European tiu/f>emiiie, forests have for; vp,,,
Thejdayi. ereflofur-Bn4 I \ stupid; He I ' damp-proof they can be put outside thrown to the fowl in scratching carrier morfc than v-frntury been worked
. .And Uiat'* happened that we pens to put :m.i on down the Atlantic coast and across to I per $cre. by a
;, 'd a werk.'and for good when they are from 5 to where they were scratched and them the meaningof yiein which secures "a far larger '
. went sway-on bU.lnelol sat,in.the dear-old kitchen iiv Durham over '? Th.t cannot the Gulf; following ill coast to the Rio 1 .There are thousands and thouiandsof'acres re.
.r1j .bei came be\\he wa* a*,*tiffneck-. the,next night, eating the big week oIl; of course taking- the searched for during the whole day. After the eolitutior" To establish post Grande* a section ''Qf .country well of land in Florida which- will turn at'Jem cost and with no danger '
-.,. fire crackling .. .uppr. Dave con.id.r.tio : it (few days the egg supply very visi roads mean aethinl more than adapted to the growth oC cane: produce vegetables and fruit as whatever destruction of the trees. '
- 'J A? t"enhad put her ptri.n'fnler.'JD.lple".n4"delctel'tM very wo grave and ilenjt.jbutjii c9rlr. Do not stint them till they are well bly increased 1 and within a f kw weeks merely .inl the postal"ser.vlce'after 'It varle.'In width from too I to'300milet.and have mated-and no It-tier grazing we Even now when the United States 4' '

t '- : ; pleased aa any girl that we moter. grown and you willreap'thebenefit almo.t.oubed",tht from "an' equal mebd else has bail the a traveler.through it in the or stock lands can he'' fpuid.'l'inraUnion. fiovr.rnmi-nt; has systematically demonJi
_ _ my Ineoe to cODe and see )hem. w.nte by having fine plump -cockerels, which number i In separate quar. Up to the of July. growing season Is rarely out of sight ., ,iried l that on a practical working "
,( relative to my dent* and. *0 '1: I could scarcely'talk." will fetch top prices, and pullet that ten. and fed .on othe grains Th has been paid into the Federal trea.ur of a cane patch The methods of manufacture _' scale'the European cup method i*.one-; t) -
C. -
.J p.lto. / .. You ouldn'r.at.' 'a time when Icouldn will.lay and. will not suffer by laying hen seemed to the .m.1 branchesand from the sale of Iowa lands sumof.i3o3ioo.i7. are extremely primitive almost : third nmrc profitable, and perpetuates '%.'
Mr.Flencb: got too the sexes leaves, and would . More than half of Persist IIM hfe'and productiveness of
_ _ I '* could you.Nell? yong" Sepate every par- criminally wasteful yet the ..yrap'mad. Preservation..Tbat the trees ,, '
,t. the Impresaion that ,I wssof', royal toys now 11' '( either.. pav soon they cn b diJingihed.more ttclej except the hard, stiff item' The this amount wa foIa. sold in 1854- i I. excellent in quality and quantities fof a generation or more, how many' 4J,, .
4 .!lfea or ; especially I al health of the flock general change of the. at.itmle'of .
-- i"" : z ; FI to. th "klntf .vf England. : '. And after luppr. when he asked n, If a chicken I i. tick' unless a very lent nd not.a single hen showed the acre of I.nd Now prices to the North and West after the American towards forests h taking iHi-nr.lcd( the old destructive method '

,. nI buup.afltheLtnltedStateI if I if, we go for sleigh ride, valuable strainkill i; better fo it and least symptom of ailment 'during the then.' In 49.003' state public home demand ha* been supplied. place is quite apparent to anyone it all (fOr the new rational one?

'. CITOKU I4wsa evident that'David' WA and:when Aunt Pen and his'mothersaid'nothey it* owner.Never attempt to rear wint r..season. Considering the,e.. min on the necessity of building good Better methods of cultivating fertU- familiar with public aentinicnt. Some WTu-n asked his reason for not chang '

:. 'H nt.ncUne4": to, b''d bbed 'a fortune guessed they'd rstbeataybytbeIire chicken tha.rC ) .. -" ,' I wished' I .had'staid .or'weak; pay; seem that every one should give them government %id. would it be a'reasonable. machinery for larger extraction of the and-the-methods by which it'may be reply so constantly given in excuse for "
"t, ,My' "nle.lnnr. d..pilo. under- I home.:, :.' It i i. advisable to feed in long a tea I fo for the poultry.-'Home .-' and no >thlnl juice and mol'."akillfut and economical made most useful are worthy ., t a .he. .m..rr.id t'wished'it;still more-when 'wi had troujb.1 that the weak have a* much and t.Ce lo prpr return Itatimte at way'of clarification evaporation, sideration. Detailed statistic nerd nt mctliodK nr-iuinlejiients( on soother F
a .JjtUcjlt .tucked in carefully, hut the Never-coddle L miaf in tfi the be! presented, but a few facts founded farm is furthcomingr't
i .ric.1;; .ss c"u atlrted' me strong.,., -. anemoneS .one-ba'o would almost double the yield from the "The NiggA S
,: :j She;says not, *> But I.re- few courteous remarks Ju.fell chickens; keep them dry andscrupulously -- proceed* from of present acreage,' which itself can be On' accurate ttata ar..*>f ln rjaf In other words the negro turpentine 1

: ; 4ILIatl3Ufte/Wefl.: ; ./l..bi.bd' told silent..and pi,, he.r'went lowerandlower clean, warm, not hot feed a* adyised >. | .. ,*.Agalsut .tk.' tola, lands,'to.t in establishing very, greatly increased' ,In fact the The. great 'turpentining and lum)>errng. hand like the negro plow hand domin- ,
I. .. :. ':!.3 r-a* what'she had dbn out .- -What a tol had been to thinkhe ,' and if b.tched atrong'. ,oTe 1od. In stateT j''Thru would : present consumption of sugar In'the Interests, but a few years ago coo- ales a great 'southern producing indus 'yii '

,I 'r E. KBTJhe-ofchafd'back'of the house would&eeponaringfopme for- healthy birds-' no ib"he'breedel ? t T\ Ivmmeft. aid 'in-round, United ,States-could easily be".rue t.by fined tothe Carolina, have been try.
I ,', t: |V3l-" 'lltbTO: ightb* raspberrybushesXto .vr,-JUI the samel' '- should be able SU J.( combIne rece1'a $* .. '. this section,.provided the price of su- punned-toward the'Gulf of Mexico as How long sljall the negro be allowed ''

3e c", tM bmkl'i tat 'down. by.*' tree By th.-time we turned In ..iafn'the at of all chicken strong and vigorous the other'dlY older states contributed no lands tar would justify the erection of factories material on which to work became exlansted \\t> dominnle our industries"or serve as
( same lime II wa can be Ga- I Gr sitting overruled to the fund but Iowa till they are now. occupying
national '
.r ; al/ced. A ,.driveway th"tear;were ( r.re.-Agultura a Cl.o common ; by those having the capital-r-the nn excuse for destructive and improvident -
..... i4< _ 'how ,anJrJ: wa.. on' my cheeks_ sobs crowdingmy lette,of,N: their. to .le.tion. made lands were sold Jo make up a portionof cane could easily be' grown .This secMMV heir (last' tand, confined to Florid-t and l nifthods? How long must the --

c 'a'.trfe. 1 'throat'stripped my bnltbia."The; I": :, ,. '," ; the by the fedel.1 'toem. Government expenses which alt the i alone can grow sufficient -cine 'to a few counties in Georgia and Missis south remain shackled to this industrial ..
ment famous
.Y""irc : Xo"do..c.le tight must have'fallen' on a* ', : ui "beef e.e.. states alike ought tor have contributed meet all the present demands for sugar sippi. fetish T '
'1')-W ..b'Je.1' linowA ''No" ed .me.0ut..Jor, tbatidreadfuUstrangelook .-'I.-. P wltry zrt l dleGro.cuo'* decision ,establishes to. When the -wel -with pardonable In the United State, and It is believed Within-the memory of men not yet The entire south suffers, from the '

J ''o 4otiAn4 lii. ba'. Io went from,his eyes, and the face i. Bulletin'Net 8i of Ihe'West'Virsrinia i Operations* of the packers in enthusiasm ran after railroads; and will do so as soon as the price of sugassustifies past middle life; a.congressional com thraldom; it 'Ia equally true that the
the
; ..'a.lnto tfce coalhod.v$h.,hasn't:.' c I'' Had, known in week* :.Agricultural ExperimentStation- reports buying.of live stock .nd She- m ll. congress donated almost $.000,000 acre -.putting so much capital into mltteeiatej official investigatign re- people ss a whole have an inherent "t

:, , ,'.i.",'.*, .',i'. piiste.44 J r came backj{ ,..hqe'rt- . .?.. 'Il.diferm. ing 4..fresh"' nc.. constitute interstate of the beat land, the sun ever'shown ., . a .. orted' thaf the white pine forest of proprietary interest in forests and
'; ,;* :-WViW? I/prSmlaU- >' .In ."Prisfyf' bt 4aid* -Why,' palr.< eplmet t. 8m. comrhej-ce .u.t.I._ the ..government's uoon to help, bid those road .this ;' S1OOThe it.mm-.a.il. ,: . Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota streams and fisheries.

h. ,, truu1.tnt itrVV while I te Then he (toppeA-and Prill 11b > poultry probem. neee .position every detail, If'f it 1 I., slate..had. t e. th4 aame Interest ./ :readers" of this pap' will :b.pleaaed were Inexhaustible The latest slatis What cannot be .accomplished by

:. I. S* 3>i you wba f! tiapptned then.How do ) -enoulb LI.1f 11L'- Out firsl- i amp.tll it finally-approved'. J>y the Supreme eonr ; I.ke b'our people 11 "good roads' to lesrn'tht' there I I. at, least tic of f the pine lumbering 'business public sentiment may still be secured

, I'- ;t : oetevefdW.itU *M.- K ,' tr t4-top. them..Cre' ; ,I of different.,sources,.'.of protein foods mea not only. the. diaaoiutionofth'silrk.d that ( t I. now,<. had, tbA state on, dreaded,disease that science has. show that the present rate of consump by the law.
.. , ,,V J ,; .* ietinr'dowi ,*n !beard one crashingr bone:and millr albojnen ...foods-for large e bn.tio.actingalong similar (for.road no dob con hat k ; ': : .oe David.! But.: .. &t I,,realised that ,he : line/ .. brlefty.gummsrlzedthe would urpel ; the destruction of fish and game and r
He hens..
was laying ,.The- second experiment gus wi" te the poaiti1Iltown isf iooo-lf continuing to run at
tI only to the
: ) .still '
bae was holding 'and
me '
: didn/t/ ,ho allegations the government' bill ; the the protection of forests and public
'white wa PM $$ r j : que.t Fotpre.dy .am-Ibje medical fraternity. Catarrh being then'capacity.with no increase
I 'a : ; "
( letting
;" J any o ,me go grew i the'following; "That, th"defeod- the health all within lhe>authority of 1
r I Wg.szp il a.ln. whol. i. bu Ite.t constitutional dIae..- would-saw into lumber and exhaust the are
,.z .41.pa un : f Cr tan combined and require 5..con- in Interest
to refrain -let'lowa the be controlled the
state, to
"' ,. \ state appeal to for
In the entire- of
t .: : ,. % co.pirt cngC stitutional treatment'. .Hall' Catarrh remaining forest area the '*
'. .Pri..;, he l fiWly.iI'poiir "am Ito from bidding fo order to an appropriation donation of the whole people. However
c' lng.oratnigHi.; 'Another State in
e.a. ; < experiment, th Car i I. taken United So.years.The
, .. a .'.ow.J.blue.api 2 '- kndW what meibt T am not a was determine be"merits ol hammer- down prices to the producer; m.dt: to the internally acting directly Southern Pine Lumber Association difficult the protection of forest from 1 I
.c': : bit of a good fellow to k.e that they, bid iota few ; . lrod, upon.the blood and mucous surface ol' destruction '
't' e improvident ,
day wanton or may
: ; 3' ia' : trprlmeqt. jag hen -warm'at' nightby a"-pr 'r the thereby'.'destroying', the in lono exported IIP carloads of
tt.I'.I
system
'b &
on .;.Is,,this menl to the stock there be- question that the r
can no
to Indl >e
f.- b anl.or on.r I cUrtains ;. 'the perches and raraI :i ., ,Hla t ar ;tk.,****iCsiI4.; oundation'of tbe' disease .-and giving long-leaf pine lumber _
whatever-put it1't my 1 h bead-;,f h\in< the pears the other wM to lest the co-called Van y.rd" th., refrained foU bidding; ll'dairnedTarid '" the patient strength by building*. theconstitution. Theinnual.report of the secretary of compulsory introduction of a method "
telI'ButwIth iaeI kit -x thereby, again d Xt probably':true, that"ngar up of turpentining, tree is a* well within
*> an Dreser method] of productngjtn.'early ralnw' prler.ba I the and
., and aastating nature intoing i associatlcw-fpr 1003. asserts,
': 'arbitrarily tatuewasflrst cultivated 'in ; of the law I '
purview commlsory
-- he' as the
3'Ify.mean- 'perhaps uniform molt: Ci give statistics that the
s" lo.I..id. you to 'prove, present -
hf choe iti .n ftawork.The proprietors hay,
and f
'
;;I' ." : you could-lik*' little"and could ")be,fr.(est the pens1 of prln' and .maintaineduniform- price Oar sugar D.nufaetre ao",much.faith In Hi curative mill*' at work in the long-leaf timber means of taking .fish. or game \
'thre' thousand
1 1Py lost O fl being half iof I'4I have bird* except et'Agreement, curtailed'X.hip-'-over a Introditetlon power. will exhaust the entire or using other public interests. y'C
"I *i2 a.nd way poor fe pr.cal,aik. into Undoubtedly the hat theyi.ff.r ems:-Hundrtd Dollar ; reniningMinply .
mentsnipnse"he-aft1es for price deviations Could the giant pine of.(he .Florida
a alL of your money-.if f tha what youiiean thatthe of E' In twelve ** '
,1 no. CbtneiMC 'of for any case that it fail to tura.-.,Send rear t '
. ._.. k. OfrsbuioLrTh.r. yen will have to tel% me soryottr- beef '&r.p'.' the second cct fresh bone and kept "backlist of delin. : claim' : malf.rer". the (or list-"of testimoniala; "Address 'Think'of.Ul The official'ipcMsnwn' peninsula be. insured for-one hundred
"" queue,.ttealeritthai they ] < sentiment might possibly
'c .tner arr'.Ujl'aa Inc.rtald., and the .ble IUk'llbmeam JI.r Jmpa4'\e.t augafn this it 1. :, F.' JACHENEY VCO; .Toledo;O. for' ) in the businessctalma.tbat rear*.,public
and p.olnt'tber. ctmaid-
'f -lf transformation in form of at*
\ -x effect( a
fhuaC o.I
( --l ( trnv-j. as na.enr.j : Sold ' the southern pine will have
erabldovbt..< by dmggU gv75c.
me.n
i_. 'I wa&dsed.*' know.:I. waa. A "girl. )1. apt lol"lme.or, was..Ied:to-eaekrThe;, egg*yield', was era n- .. ;. they in They,themselves "d. '. HalTa.Famjy PIlls .ar'. tbetatM. disappeared as commercial quantity tack, or,the self interest of turpentine /
bat- tr came" to
that Jy- confess ( ; in
' . ; they to" Jt might secure- change
Pen dart pf5d wben-Jlh is all the pen* a. .temp. . 1n1922.b'Wbat then I* this assertion operators
a* .fr' ,. !
t Ie.Aut ml.rbl. as of the.East.'In their most'ancient ':
:' ..= : _d been M far a* the ; conclwsiv tbe' diatribu- work, '*'i"k' not worthy of attention T. Is it not method But the forest U doomed un-
\ : .at b. winter.' a. I, 1 )1.1 and altMsion to.it Don't j wanMiWit the' ;'ofpring i time
Afr la. .dividedamong -Ihemaelvcitillegalrebate .BO .1n : force is Hred
Ro , more rapidly acting x*
3' tgwasbnsy. ; up my courage and my ht beef' < ***** gave the beat _' tjTMe6aHt ht' b.)U.assbori apeak lor.themselves. Buy/seeds to pausei'and think f Within ten day ess/a/ "

', :Aun lied Zar.M 'his, Dek.- least a* far a*they wooldgoj ) j, sbowRtsbso&lorvg} r -.a. tlon a frq ri-Eav'rarrying' ,'b o'til., otdtsry DOW.,. '- .. r.t: *' "., ',1: _* the dad* press of Florida and Georgia in, .* -
'
., 1'... and told hlmweU..'aomething! tb.tle ar.;.W X: ; :, #? .w i : : ty .ofdre,. _J.T'itf- . ,i.'devibed ff in fob wklchkjbd beets -fillingwith If port* ouoting ,The enactment rand "enforcement' of
: uu. bad.J o, : : evidenjry liked to hear No, I\ on't' -.1.: this,aauterunejt more efega .rel , .'-,' ._a ,a' '::r i"- .'- "JCa-cbKaa-awest.wrk s4aobsboo:1tgr ; .' :, leading1'turpentine-operates* to tird.tsoser a stale law compelling.the introduction
\" te even yptL N lr., But 'was probab4 (fowl wheat'fed bssf..mpI $ s ka.!! tonlc ) ; .large section'of the of the r\cup method of' Mrpentmingj
t th.. thing yoti brwary. ffi hfive would preserve the indust/ftr/ ta the opteratorc \\
i : .
: r'thtt ..han'. 1( tAnvapoiovM, J per cent, of the box'them and the forest n> tb* pcoplsj

; I ..Ir e atair-rsn 111. _. ff,. took them kt many year to come.W ,
,. ,i "i": r tray ao fag a*'torpentlne pro> ,'The'p ople.should'demand *i itio
't Ko'. ..: -:' -- i..,; k.-:--: ; ',..,+,, 3 of
,. "," r I' ( .aSc.riasd 'and, madi, sh.kcxieeJslatu.!
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