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: May 1, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00070
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: PLANT 'CITY deny that.any knuokiror other weaPon ,FENCE, .CUTTIPQ, A "' LO"Y. 'SAMFORD'S. URIOATIO"_ ,. -.
yMLLED AT was used upon.Smith the Tribune re- : I : -.t . J
' --..-LK' .,.. I oelved news from Plani.City lass: al4rbt A Mew, Law 'Against the'1' Cuttlotr,' How :th* 'Farmers' ArxMtail: : J ;Professional' Cart*.
-.a Otherwiae Town '''Mak. Mouey growing
that a negro had found,' near the scene Throwing: gown or ,

;:Tpffl Smith. anfv Inoffensive. of the tragedy, a pair of brass knocks. ,Injuring" Fences::? Cel.ryandOtherTvrrcls.J tf I, ,

I They"were turned over to the anthorl* 'The following amendment to the law The :.following'; Intereitin;' article Ar ,.YAN8 .AGNEW;.

:}' .Clllzen'' Beaten >' Death tie and'w U be. kept,a* .vl eDOf>>., relating'to "throwtngdown fence and from the Times-Union as showing the t: .r. ,.
opening gates' ha, been !parsed by successful way in whichthe" ,truck -l J T'tOJU'EY''AT'', LA W.c.... :
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By ''twd:Brothers: 11TgCpriaCold'is 0..,Da,. >{I the Legislature, signed by the Governor growers of.Sanford( and vicinity regulate / ,, .I I. .AW4D." NOTARY: PU..Ic. t : ,,

., .. Take\ Laxative' DronoQulnlneTablets | and. 4. now"in operation in'\thta the condition* of the weather* ,. ". KlbSlltlMBt: ;:.:.P''LA,1R'L ; '

Ty" j.: - All.drlllralew. 'refand'' the :State "' w,droughts and excessive rains, will fir re W.' .SIMPSON J:

.' --Tuesday' Tampa: Trlbue contain, money"!'!' It "f all*--;Uf'cnriv'"Z-4W:, : UA Act'to:'Amend'Scalon 2533: of tot e rove "of; Interest ''tor the- -vegetablegrowers .-- ...... __.I- .,, ,

t.b. following particular Of on affray'/ Grove' Ignature lion each box., ,,25c. i Revised Statute of the' .State of of; thl*" county.. If ,our people :n'ENTI8TJ: -

CPlant Clt f'ln which-Thomas Smith W. C;. 'T., Vi'''''ot.... Florida, RelattngtoThrowlna! down would pay more' .attention to drainage -SOsiiret"oierOeoenla rb' '
was' Beaten to death by Lafayette Clem t I Fences and.opening Gate and, irrigation tn'ey would.succeed OFFICB HOUBS:. Q:OO a. m..'' ' ... .
A. has been decreed by nature. .sad JV 1:30 w 6:30: m.SATISFACTION. .-
one p.
and hi* brother Samuel: enacted better. ,l'. J ,
the God above, all natural thing Be it by the .Legislature. of '' ,, ,0UARAN'l'BBD.
I -0-i-PJanVClty waa-tba scene 'of"a .trag. A correspondent' our, Agricultural .,
ed,1 Saturday night that shocked and must end;,llkewiYtn Twentieth Annual ; the State of Florida Department. write us from Sanford j j"Today 1 !Telephone No. '8' Jua'g. lyr.Fo. .
and Session of the State W.;P..T. CT,-'| SECTION' 1. That section* 2533 of : THOMPSON. :: bky.i.tati
horrified tie peaceful citizens oastpall Ulnllbedcutt.lna' main'cel- .
; .tlieid came to a formal close on Friday 'at the Rev lied Statute of the State ofFiorI6a'be Where ,Will You ,Take ,It? .. ", r aid .........
of gloom over the place, ery crop for t.b1..e..on.sOM AU.'CALLS ."."D" "

memories of which, wilt long lin noontide, All hour the follows amended' *o ai to" read .a* oiling f. o.;b. Sanford for''$0,120.72 /Thi$ question often 'anted 1I..d.." .OM33, ''OfficeDR. .....H.._ .....' ,
the mind of those who witessed ., the work of Convention. wa : This raised three acres'of after have consulted '"' "
gerln was. on you 'the' JCturxxD; PLA, .
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down Fence
2.113. "
finished .
in good Throwing '
lu enactment. up lanu. On the same land I will raise a best;(not the cheapest) 'phrslcian .
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Pledge of the. elate work were mathby and opening"Gate*. 'Wb ever wilfully ; .. A;; B.STEVENSv'; -
'As' s result of the.,, tragedy' Thomas crop of eggplants and _late potatoes. you know and have re... ,. -,, i : ,
sT*Smith, a popular cltixen, and city the individual. Union resulting and maliciously; breaks down' One measured quarter acre ''sold for 'ceived his prescription, ,.,:.DENTUT.i .

'official,.1* dead and Lafayette jCle'm'on an amount sufficiently large to Insure* 'mar, Injure or cut any,fence or any ''1304.: ," Itshould.go ,to''st.d : ,, ,'.., .

occupies a murderer' cell in the the; success1 o! the work planned for, ]part thereof belonging to enclosing: ,"S.ntororower.| bare probably .J&'aist you khow-one who 'Gas. Administered.ORLANDO . ,'f, ::5 ;

HlllsbdrouKh county ,Jail, with Sam the year.- "' land not,hi. own, or'whoever -causesto the most Ingenious system In this will 'Use only'the right kind of 091. IlS'"n t i to to'd Jr.:'' ....

1 :iClemoai, bis brother .charged as, an' Delegate were elected to tEe Nation bo broken, down, marred. Injured country! comblnlngTdralnagO' and. Underground drugs; and will not try' to tilt J".30 S'0 ..,. ? :. '
nil Convention which meet' la Cincinnati or cute Jfence, belonging' to. or' enclosing ;, :FLORIDA:, FJ
aooessory to the crime: ,- 'i | irrigation:; -'The.irrigationwater it If he hasr't,.the--fight kind.' : *.- '
< Ohio, In November. !Several of land'toot hi* own, shall be ,,.
Anot.ber'an4., sadder: picture'preented is derived: front a tow pf artesian Itj&hould &, the druggist M: "\
the delegate from our .tale' local unIon piinio' ed"y Imprisonment In'tne'p: niutntlary ,. .W4Li.spN( jR.i,
who .
will '
Is tb&V of a home ,olrcler( well, only about tblrtpfeet deep exercise the greatest ,
w &>n '' 'kind that. time and so were elected to reprw-: by flue not exceeding ten thousand field\ drug 1 ( ''STATE AT' LABOUR j S- tr'
previous, now bereft of a ,hue a alight Incline The la g..ld. and.tha. rijght'auauntityf: ,, : ;
sent usv dollars or by both fine and Imprisonment ' and will .., Real Estate :Agent;,''; ',
'band and I1 affectionate.father! -a home Ironed ,with a system ,of earthenware go over, his work sev .
'In whlcti\ a widowed mother.-'and three The resolutions were listened' to withmuch at.the discretion of the court. tile,'about eighteen Inches below the S eral times tOt-be-sure; he-la KISSIMMEE.. |jf ;;. I"LOR.WA.r'J
'to Interest, both becau" ofthe, vio- ScOT oN 2. This act shall go into About ri ht., IIAItW ...i;;" 55 -5
little fatherless daughters.are surface, In squares' .of twenty. $ III: il
,' .uf'I'' t torta gained during the year and the effect immediately upon Its approvalby .., - We conduct : '
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, fer ft' sad fate, a* a result of an feet. our .prescrip-1 pAC i'Apo .. .
'beat aggressive-work which has been pln- the Governor. __. tion business ,''JUSTICE'O"E '
"The down
pomtulUed In the of pipe running 'fbe luclb\e} as the best drug ,
patiiaton'l tied for thin yeani We feel,that material Approved April'24th 190S.,. PUBLIC: rstle"' T'LA
Three'attd- miles 10ut are of Irl&i.111'\ water, tight; these gist;,should: and this is an answer } : .
'Plant City Is another hume, occupied advancement b'asbeen'made. We STATE OP FLORIDA, I are conducting pipes. The cross'. to "where.will you take' ,MAR ttAOYS: A SPECtL'414 i
I are thankful that lh ;.dispensary systom'was Office Secretary ut.State. f' It?" 'Office'on Steward'Avfaias .t.t;
by -NlVjiand: Mrs William Cleinou, pipes,are of unglazed ,tile. not watertight J ,
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4j the aged and heartbroken parents of.a not forced'on our state. I, n. Clay Crawford: ,Secretary of ; these Ire used both for drain ," I' : ICISIMMEE.. ;tS: 'ow, ; .lrLA! !.'
box W&II conducted State of the St. .t.e"ol do . ./
Aqnestlon < Jjy Florida here /f.f."J
+ has 'cast and Irrigation. \
wno a Being
wayward 'porousthey
,, very won age
would I Mr.. DeAley', ,our!, state lecturer and by certify tb.ihe. .; bove. and foregoing : "
,t .main on. name that they fain + permit the, seepage'of! water, f
national organUer Much knowledge is true and correct copy'.of an '
a .
the -.a.M..sw.irww
have ks>|I't. uluulll .. moistening soil during a drouth I
was brought to light a*to when, where; Act to'amend Section 25.13 of the Revised ,
The trouble'had been 'brewing: for and, reversely after''excessive.'rains,
i how,< and what'ltas, been done The Statute P1'lh Stale of Florida,. t000A0C'' CXId000
some time between Lafayette: Clemons the' soil water 1 I. absorbed into,, the
andjlowas Smith. Smith Wh9 first union was organized 30 rear relating Ut9 throwing.down fence and' and 'the. ''
JV I pipes! discharged from field EDW
ago in New'York'.tat. ;.now; we 'num opening] gate. Selon la.wI. 'of FiorIda -. ,
,{ was a liverymanf claimed it It ace through the b6ni t.IiIt-ptpe.! .."
Verted that demons was, a hard<< and'reckless ber a half inITTfoo with forty: distinct i 1WM: Approved' by the. 'Governorand r ":11t; every Intersection there 1*, .a ce- .\II It.....*.*iitlti.| ,*I ,,-** .

''delVer/.and: should not be "epnrtment, embracing every. filed in thle'olfce.' "; mented pocket of stew bucket* papaeItyi'extending Robertsdt Sherman ofTamjla' '
of reform work which'tends' to- Given under -band and the Great
phase my '
trusted to drive' a bbrso.. :Statements 55 ; td the' same -depth' is South Florida :i'eft'ect. IIIi ward"the brotherhood of-man "a* .ez- Seal of t.b'-StaLe of Florida, ActsF hr byi
to were made Saturday, the'plPe" These pockets are 'provhdad
alleged, in the presence of another pressed In our motto,: "For. God' and J8EALo.] at Tallahassee., the 'capital,, with plug,.by which,, the ingress ,_ the Kts.wBdUuddenCampbellSmltn. i ,
Home and Native Land. 'tbte the 27th of A ;
]liveryman, wha communicated d them to day. Aprjl I.t- L and ejrres of the'water can' ,be ':'regulated i .
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"Noontide ;
demons' lrbL.DelDI' Dro. Del led In the -- -D. Ifs37. -'u-- / / t'into
''Prayer.Awhile'the!: entire Convention H CLAY CaA WJIOIUJ,- "
enraged at the aspersions! "Suppose that somewhere in.a twentyacre Ms*. ash,Orgsa CaHaving .
\ formed a ''circle,' typical of ,the ,Secretary of State., .
let on him. in company with hip field these Is Section of newlyset ... ,
that the world 1 is belted by tilelo'of '
brother, ,Sara,, demons', and George QUICK. Armet.J" pi ants. suffering drouth.; 'The located '

, Carlton, sought out Smith. .'They and the 'the Savior; tbe.of. care III follower of theFather :A. Gnlledge of Verbena, Ala', was problem rl'how'to supply waterlo this Klsslmnnee I solicit permanently'In order forpl"DO' Fall .i ) line
prayer ,
t on.the principal It.rect.'beal' Shep- twice In tb'Jbo.plialfrom limited area without a' rime aDd organ and guarant. '

be Od.. fruit stand,' where.' a. heated .. ..i causing 54 tumors. After Doctor irrigating\ the entire field. Here 1* the 'teeaatUfaction In.all, dealing and order your new' **riag MM 4"
God till meet again"wkasung from, tn"cret Oak..1| .(
,. bewkhyou we .
lloquy ensued followed by a fight. and all remedies failed, Bucklen', ingenuity this admirable Jtyitem: .. '" '
The f rut blow dealt to Smith caused sweetly, trutf In the'rullnJr Arnica save quickly arrested further "The' trucker''first repair* 'to ,the .Wl! take PapUs 1* "jn..Ie.-tll. Vusi. 'STRAUSS' .BROTHERSCHICAGO.

im, to stagger and'fall into;the >arms power of a Iprinir Heavenly Inflammation. and cured him. It conquer ,pocket in the di8trlct"to. .be irrlgaud telsf" .. spccUIty. Htsdqwuters at 'o..4 '- '
Father. .This wa followed by "Blestbe the Graves H_. P.O.Box Tadon'-a.Y_
293.Coirtsposdtsc ,
his assailant who continued to and Inserts the theconduci- '
!aches and kill pain;: 25o *.tall plllgllnt. SollctMd '''' r
uDd him lie w'a. knocked to the tie tie that -binds our heart In DrnggliCk. lair pipe oq 'the lower aide 'pt the : 'From rtrt'' M HuMM ..apt. '

Laud btaten w, insensibility Christian l Love," thu setting forth pocket The water turned on from Mat '
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KUafmtnee. . .
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bur In God and AM Ice Factory ,
rdlol w the statements of Shepherd. principle of trust our , tEe well, flow down to the plugged: '
r rge Carlton Paul White, D. n.rulD confidence In one.another as lea natural We leal-n'thl* week that, If fbeplan pockets, turn*off laterally: < into, the : 1 't ," eti.f *U'try' cell dotl< t _.....'...'* ,'

and J. I,. Kennedy, 'witnesses results, so Wa the Twentieth! Annual now in contemplation are not set aside porous. plpee/.. far ar -desired when W.LVaflDMZor&Co. : /IUMTC* tsi-Mist
the Coroner's Inquest held by, ;Jut- Convention of the Woman'. by unknown agencle, ad eight-ton Ice it.i*"also checked with .plugs 'Iaba ; ;bou*.;i.'No::d.tMl'' ,:f..ran ,s. s. ;' ,

toe P.,W< Sessions Sunday inprolog, Christian dismissed.Temperance) Unlowdeciwedw ' !plant will be in operation Jin. XUslmme direction.- rises through the soil to'b.glvea:. c rful'(artaHen.

From the 'scene 'ot1i -;'flamJ" ..' Forty-one 1M delegate: ,,were pre en.1'4ncludlng > wltfcln the next 80 day. ,Mr. D," capillary' attraoilon. and 'reaches B 'R :O K E 'R 3" ;four, perfectcomfort. .to
was carried his home and demons 'be delegates of 'the' JClsslm- 1 W, 'Sotnmerlln' ofBariow 1* "the promoter the turf aoe, ' their', aole *lm.;;: Call..'st: eur.

uroed to-.his .work at the 'electric wee Union; 35 visiting'delegate.tom of the. enterprise and wa In : !"It only take an,,hour or two,to -.-,;.,-. .non and look "over
x' lighting plant Drs.O.8. 'Wright\ and o..bCunion.. ", ". .J'were Phase'In attendance.: EI"O&Tu.., town a'fe",day ago takingtbe i>renmioary throwthe water'' -underground( rightwbere REAL ESTATE: cIIl"' 6OO Iduit A ;

4 : J!L. Roberts were- called and found I atepe toward 'it*' Inauguration. . .II.w.nteciIo., : the fireman directs '' sad aobbUit p.tteru..' WcvHI-

Smith In a clrlcal condition.' ,1'' .t.... of lutereat.Kew W* learn he has placed, order tbe'stream on a house in a city. 'AND INSURANCE'Spring ,quote yoN price that trip $i. .. . ( "

The skull was fractured oa .the ,left' come from D.; H.. ,Turnerr aDf for the necessary machinery and that It perspire at the surf aoe' of -. yiHJ.:;. ',,roar''',**Ufaorievalvava sN'S.. r m

forehead and behind ibe left ear and iiggUt at DempaeytownaPa.LbatDr. the, work of bofldlng will soon begin. bowing plainly ah.aloDIr'11i the little abeoluuly .
4 the uttered wordor Thief* an enterprise, much needed hollow add the lnm.Is.1.WIDn.
wounded man never a King''* New Life Pill are the best plant are refreshed 1I.t.. '
regained consciousness>> after'receiv bis here a/no" we are pleased to,.know that 8uppoe,: the field ::0 ;
rfler* in tore'; After using them perooara'tllat T er-e".1i aching and tired feeling ,. .
fog the,first blow be'expired, atjlt45. lee-earfy establishment nor seems a has been'drenched by a 1I00d1 rain 55
until h molt be say s; "they are truly treat; nJf tie feverlowela. and kidneys 'become r

; .' f itctuaT.! Experience: 'convinced "we,V certainty ,, _ and, the" crop are. suffering'' from an sluggish and inactive-, the ''digestionImpalredt'wlth $ KJeW. BAKBER. '."80OP.

W Marshal R. 'E.. Ewing, ,Immediatelyafter Everybody want them for Conctlpa-- Card;: ,of ThaBlta. excess \"iot ,*oll. ;.water'Tbe. : i trucker little or no appetite DO 1 .: ,'- '' '- '" .-" c .. '
: the; death;arrested" Lafayette and; Lion, Sbomacb and Liver trouliie 25o :1\id1ee\ the Ki. C .imply,shut* ,off 'the artjIan 'well ambition anything iB'ar ,
of ... .* W. 'brow. in foe: ;; and a feeling Having opened 'ftiaai. .1 ,
fit. ,Sam demons and locked them u1l; and all the pocket the field
at all Prugiri its. f T. O;;, met In'a called meeting Wed-- that the whole body and mlDd'need.tonlDW' : the old Bass Market butMSsW; iTMijithis '
Sunday morning: Ullt1oe, P. W. S".- ; wide open by wlthdrawibg>fh. ;plugs.There 'up. method of asking aahell! tkepubllo'patronage. >. "
Tbetrouble 1 th.'dllr
;Ions- awn oned'a.ouroner's::, !jury'tu, .- ,b.. the Gelt ...*".. nesd y and. passed the-following' resolution ; t.ll; rwd t..n fu,I lop' I Into the bin >> .' '; .... '' >, ''..'
'ing winter there been an''eocumulation
hold an inquest. State'Attorney 11'8': The many friends;" of Golf In thi While*: the, "s Bttate Ceorrenttoei ha* porous plpe*-*oll 'water'1t sandy of waste matier in the'ytein.' .; give I am my an customer eqperiencod.a/ barber*fi*atloji. fsM,.
t ;Pblllfp.wsg"praaena 9 saht'letheS' .city will be pleased to'learn :that the Ultably'voknowlodged'\ the-'- onrtei>*yj land: readily percolate ten .feet lat.entfrf Herbine:will remove It" Hr e*<>f,th -bni ine... Wjir ymMi- .

'. / 1nvest1gatlop'andW. ; '-K',' Maker was great, ezpuocnt..n4 lover of Golt.'lD received from'our cltlcenw ,w. .*'. local "7'wie.eb.e >beciondiictIng"pIpe* seotlon a right exit: and by Ice bold clean towel. and easy havei will W
present', for the State. A tiro u.h the South Col. J.. ,Hamtltf '.n' Gill- union desire to express ewrtbaok' turn down the incline and- 1* die- effect, fully restore the wasted tUsue my..mottos Give I me a trial. ,
y investigation was made, after which! pie will be on our link on Saturday t IST-For ttte use of tne-' Baptist cbrged.'; In an Incredibly short time and givea1ength In place of we.koess.51o .. DT:,1U9i 1
church durhig'the whole session of the the field esn 'drained atO oeola Pharmoey.; ,. t ,
,the Jury rendered' the following, ver the 10th of May, when be will take sufficiently to -
' Convention and Dn Taylor' If'e\ol'tlll, .
dict., *, pan In'a match for the handsome and with the use both of light and Janitor permit the resumption' oftoperatlone.; -- . ..

:"We, the jury] ; flnd'thaV.'Thomas J. useful cup he preeented'to theoltys which were furnished absolutely 'free ChappeH"Our.poDden.,'be- I. .a member.. *dime of the I* H.8taHortlonltnral H.>.>

Smith came to" his death as'' a result eral mQDt.b. ago. of cost to the Union: .. i 8ocIe T.- Mloy''mew.ben '

Clemona. with 8am: present aiding and luple shook the K1.slmaaee'sand from our Indebtedness to the young :ral such thingir'or alml1..... Our ru : I ariand!

DIl __._ hi. above Land. .hi*":abeenoe. ;:;ha.' be... ladle wbo-sdded'en:-greatly-totb! rmj-j 110 the"eae-fHy, attend the meetings arid p. :4 s
471i of the t.belr'.C'Mt1l1' tl
seriously felt and]his return i to 'the Joymeot ooesatonby learn brow snob "
:ii&stbe 'opinion -of TWltnessM;'that .3J1D-TIJ Capt..- Johnson.for-- 1IIW'uao crop are produced- 0 ,

the skull was fractured by the use 'of ground he so skillfully laid out pear1y of his boat at only a nominal coC'< I'
'y :<]bra** kD clcl.t.bollirb.1t. "I*,denied .by six.year* ago.,,1l1' .; welcomed* ' by .TH-To the hotels l and. ''many citizen .. tern. --1 I ;
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the .14e .n'" State, ,Attorney U 8. n any frlend*': - : .'and-{friends who- Ox-hospitably *,' -.- -' n.-ol. .M J/ .,,c." \,.;"
;'entertained. vUltor and'' aided by Account United ''Vetier- ,fe, 7"" ; ,
'' Tbe dry''weathertamaktagthegreeosvery '
s' 'dfoeasedspeattheentire'day8undsyInvestigating Pblllips, who 'an old 'friend' of the hard' and *OHB, *.' record, .hit :.are of their. the presence convention.and; help't'In' the \*ucce**'> aor. Reunion ,May "19th-22ad. 1003. a arHte.e...a. (I ht ;.' ;, .; Ii

the cane, and returnedrto'Tampa be made Jn'consequenoev. ; and MRA... M. FARnavrOBTH' ,Via''At.I.n'loCo: .;:Line '''T.ll'bt.ll"a',

t that. night.;The.;two demon* 'as many or'Qur: ,player' ,have 'much ,. Ides, ,. ;:CHA1fDua--: tfcl exoeedidalyIowratefrom; KisLmIPM -. :..Wea'1 1i r.p17 t ;
,boy. ;were'. brought,,In.''on: th4} same Im'pr6vi 'a good OOD..IUt.l.1.. ,,to Committee.t' to NewOrhll will ,.1* on sale ; ;

..tor.ita ,and.placed in'jail. r take place.. f .8..1&0.& ,. Marieibta2lM: inclusive;?final ,limit, .
Way '1903.- 'I "I:. ':
24th, t'Si
The funeral 1. xjon U tedJY Rer-IIen- : which Lee- :. 'i : : : y kt
, There is' a growing. i sentiment There was big sensation 'In. An exteaslon of this final limit, bow- "
t7>,, ry Bloe; war one 6f the largest thathasever preclude' old ace from' enjoying t.b.benerit. vile Ind.;when'\V, n. Brown of that ever, 'may W obtained to June'l&th by :: :'or'13a1ey'a', Ij., ;!{

i< oocureJ in Plant City.-; .of cboloe; position11qthq,, .business -. place,':'who.; wa*' .expected 'ib;
:William. ClemooM, Sr., father. of the world) ''Youth' 1* .everywhere preferred his life saved'by Dr? K)og'. New Di.. Orleaa and.upon payment of fee :tIT, : t'

r1't 'boys T..J."''Clemons, a brut er,"'were :,;. In this respect Electric"l l caveryfoFCpnsumpttoo,. He. ;:writes! of fifty bent.* .' \y, ,.,. \\p .: ;Makinson: .:GoJDeetlers ; : .. ti
In and 'employed 1* different\ H benefit*old and. .
the city yesterday<< . endured Insufferable agonies from See that yoMrtioket, reads ,via the -- '
,Ur.Bparkman i it Carter as :attordays. for. alikelt ;Kev.'CJ.; ;:,Budjong'' ,of '\ :Asthma birj' "your 'N", ,'t' Atlantic Co<'UOehe: route?viaMbntgome 11rit';', 'Ji lrGef1 !

she beteou. 'way, R..I'wrItes.f'I'Want everybody i t4o gave 'roe'' Immediate"relief-and soon >..j, former: capital ;;of"the '

.;:., -Th.I&lDUlaQ4 friend ot( the'murderd. know what Electric Hitter I*.. It'' thereafter"effected a'Complete, cure. Confederacy.: > rat :H.-4 axe :Sporting: :;.
; ;
1\c manyesterdsyimplojfdMKcfarlane cured me or'j, l.;Similar cure* 'of,. Contnmption'> COD"lenlent.lCheclll\e"\ ,Magntdcentservice. '
1.aot.... to assist in prosecution otbe !: trom which I.had Buffered for7:: ears., 'Peneumonla: Bronchitis And Grip are .-5"Full complete and ,sellableInformation ". '' Goods.Getiirjlces : ;: .;"' 4 dl.i''of" ->
.... 4 .
':Cletnon*: brother*. ,Tbe; > employfment -:.1"'" a great tonio .lIdo.nlp.and cure 'nutnet quay ::1t..:th.::p erle*.. ..remedy: I Parker; Ttohes upon: Agent application, or 8 to K 0.F Coll-. -- 11": (

of able attorney* on' -both:! .'ide'will .Liver Kidney: and:r'tomacV, trouble" 'forr;kit throat and )lung trouble: Price J l r-'J1'.t' Division Paa.euger'ATamps ;' '
1 .result in a notable trial' : '_ S Only COo. and Ouarantedby all ,,.Drug-. .. 1 COo,".and i"LOO,' .1,Gnaranted, ,by" 'all1. ,' 'Fla..' or W. ,.1,- ,.Craig leo. ) on barb i wi''sad r (;1 6_61 whra.yI .

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''"Too hare to' keep. him la ..order,* -

aid Clifford WORLD'S iEfUWS] ",

Lilt "Tea. I, treat him Just as I treat a '

lot of,, these young men who-come .oat ,

from 8troa"gust to idle About the o<<3: L--;,=l D'D' '
place: ** I treated :you. to beginwith." .

And she gave him a pretty little shy ) nome 8ecreury -
glance, which set Clifford's I'osndowsUr-Wehiier -UP- $
heart beating faster. "I set them all ft i tf Government uicanure, abso- ,

to work. It doe them noliarm. and It .- i lately the UHO of p ,0*..-
E>@-<2 'II > prohibiting;
does roy: uncle a great deal of good. .. V the im.nufaeture. of DID fe'bOllr
Since I've been here." and she raised I lAoras ID had l acquired ttw

T her bead triumphantly, .'be'. beep able- Jloes--wrlte the law. ... cislona, to drive miscreant and criminal MldJbe, Government hew ItfuHlnit ubUnv '
of a
:. -s to do without a man to look' after PID to bins In the Bible? out of his land. and to benefit hit which PlltPnt, WM h.rm1, '* to the '!iH-nl'Jj, lot t
things. -
F 'I "
- lorcncc Warden question hut been'athed subjects.. IInd had' '" '

?* 1hc Mouse on Jte AursV c<" iOoprrUbt. Clifford co.ud not help laughing.. considerable Insistence, : : OF' 7Plnlt.\UIOIf. tho, .woiklna Ii"I pol'al people of all the lIuttt'II' 1mm". -
the <
4 "Why you're a ins scot.; you bring especially during the last ; -.ew at '
[ ISM. br BotMrt onaay8ci.) century Such Is the Introduction. to this great whleb1"0 still using Vlmes'
luck tories V
- wherever you go said. be. While the ortbodox of all creeds accepting -
'ClfATTERfc founder
I The, fisherman puffed# away' at his "In eed, I like- to think that I have the Bible have not"faltered lu body of law promulgated by the 111101'111. '

Continued. dirty little pipe .fora. few moments, 10.lIeuee brought' It to Undo 'George: said the', their belief In tl\jt( Mosaic .authorship, pf the first. Babylonian dynasty lu '-sknfandcr" 11'11' fci-pn
the pre-Chrlstlau cent of tIle ,
twenty-fourth .rhct.\lsn;
Poor'\V1UI started back stumbling .. IIlrl1l1)ny tellyon-for a large body of '
everybody scholars upon various Crclo, CVpfUr.'
"' Them's fiu ,words J at last tur.)'. Whenwo come to the law It abolished by Samo".
qlinld, knows
beer the, rough ground.and presented \ It-that just before 1'came back rouuJs, have held that Mosra co'nM K owTUrkC cud l

1' ; : J.I."err:' red moist taco to thelr_ylew. "An maybe" I'd "say the 'same of: some to him he; was on tbe',vrrtre of Bankruptcy not have. Written these laws, and that lIelf"GarC'" '! startled' !by- Its rtT.fmblance( i I. Tanlamd &m follo-nea* suit, : I'114 t<\Mi ,; :
''TY womou :But not for a IltUe'IItI1t.dn.acred' and to the .)Iollol ('Ollc Tbe verbiage .Greece have
tobkJno end
vi, Rut they nolle of him. i now she shot at they were composed not earlier than which'U' direr
w .' Stepping genially over the rough hussy llke")"op,"'and lie Jobbed Clifford glance! !' of.triumph,."he has the. time'of: .the I ,JJabyloulun exile \ot almost Identical In .many !instances.Here : lauder 'is a device by for .nbont' nuhour. .
bin head viciously In "the direction Of bought another" Js"bo layrof "an eye for an eye, fr.WOundi. looking beautltun.eo 1 and, piece of land and two Israel., ?, the
Clean and smart and well-dressed beside the Blue Lion."IJfhtflnKeredr.' :: more cows and enlarged tbe.atable., The latest discovery In Persia will as given, bho} RiiljyloaUm code: lIe Is thus cflhlliedJL,0mh1 Uiorouyliacssthat : ,' .

the. .besmirched and perspiring exclaimed _Clifford and pnt money In the bank besldei.. upset mauy of the theories of the high .. "If a mail put' out, the,eye of anyone bottom of the 'I1wltb eatenulnnted: n : '

with some Indignation' "Do yo>U know What do tlilnk of that uJg-pyo shall be put out. has almost spoaffcnIn
t Willie they, threw back their heads .. you ? critics, for It i>ioves that laws closely Is its .
j half dosed their .eyes, and proceededto what you mean by.that?" ... '"Why, I think he Is a very lucky. man iemlillnz those ascribed to"Moses ., --'If a-iuan brt'ok.tlle limb I of any" ouo* many parts The employment

"lIb! 'd Just think I .did!" JtVhy. you to ,have such a sold his. limb 8Dall bo broken. own punlchmenf. for (ho cllveI'usllIiIlydies
to :criticise ..the work before them niece Clifford ,were the law of the (and In the time! extrciulllen.
ask.the folks about here wlmt'aort 0' more, charmed "If a man"knock out the tooth of anyone of |1'IIst, of the lower )
with moment the or
a. ,mueh care and conscientious- every by': Abraham, a thousand ;years before'tro
L 'ness i.e If It' had been a painting on character the Blue Lion's bad .since girl's amusing .mixture. of shrewdnell.nd ] groat Jewish lell'llll1tor'wa. born. Iris tooth'shall bo knocked out. i .',rlle.low. ii9\r. stepH la to assist l nature

%, 'the walls, of.tbe ;New Gallery young miss was about. :,Ask If It's a simplicity.. It Is generally. agreed by scholars that I While* In the Bible wo rend: "Kyo In protecting the poIlX'!$. In! addition: .

"I sa,.. old chap. It really. I. tb- best I honest. houne. to Stay. the night In If "It's very nice! for jour nclt'.". he Abraham lived 225O B.C.;, while Moses for eye, tooth for tooth hand for. I to the skafander the unlive retort; t<,

.thing, you've,ever done." began Otto. you',.' money on )'er. Just' you ask added after!; a little pause., "but Is It I did not live earlier than the thirteenth .hand,.toot for foot burning;: for burnIng hnrpoonlnc. prlmlllvodlvlus! apparatus '

-I with kindly admiration ihat. an' put two'' and two together -" he hesitated. afraid -of seeming .century B. C. ",*. / wound for wuund. striPe aud drodglutf. .
"Br'.Joye. Jordan- X: never thought like what I do, an' like what everybody Impertinent "l Is It quite,.as pleasant In the book of Genesis chapter" ,,xlv. stripe." Expdus xxi., .tori '- '

!, I'ou' could paint before; 'added Clif does as knows what the place for ;you. to live out here, .I mean, so far there Is 'an account of *. conflict "Be*- the famous "Lex'tallonlH," as The halls of the National: lIU1\I'1l1l1'.<

ford.' "There's..a-broa4 touchy and 'at was afore she came, an' what. 'It Is .from-from---,*..., ". V tween Abraham and some'of the neighboring 'law of retaliation is called for I at \Vnxhliulon ate adorned wIth %
_/ .. Mose has been blamed by of whale skeletons! but In order '
"Civilisation ninny n.uiiher
now. ,
i the sametime a nice feeling for effect : asked Nell, smiling. kings, Atnraphel and Chotlprtaomer -
.r Clilf shivered undCrJIi4t'hot.,. "The.r critics, Is at least a thousand years (to make time collection complete '
.which shows an Immense ajd- ; are some .disadvantages,, cer-, Tpy name:' A few years ago '

v"nce .'.on lour previous work. You of'the,September *fterno ii as be listened lnlrvOf: course I know whet -you the King Amraphel was Identified with older than he. the lolllcliils' are desirous of securing,' ': 'IL

-f. : teem: ,'."so to speak to bare put aU your to this torrent of accusation and really' 'mean, and what you 4i't'like Hammurabi; of certain cuneiform inscription The laws of this ancient"mighty monarch blue right whalH I'rofesdor ] '' .' '

L ''J strength, Into the work:. It doe you raw by'the passion. the'young: fish to .a)'. But when tIe choice 3Ies between . *, but Instead of being a ,. engraved upon bin monument: .True, the cuiulor/of iiianimals, visited/

y, imme12se.eTed1tIt- really. does, old erman's face that be was In earnest 1I"lnwltb/ my old undo and minor klug, such as might have been and set up in the temple of the sun XffwfouiidlaiKl( trust sitiuiner juul en-,

Jt ;hap.- Before he could answer NelFi sweet helping him and going away to please expected from the mention 'in Genesis, ,god at Slppar. dealtwith the purlieu- listed the Inti-iH'HU of'the whalers ecu.:

? Some meaning'In It,. .too. !And voice. addressing/ ; himself, startled him. myself, is there' any doubt what I ho ,proves to have been the mighty lam relations of the men and women ot e"11111111.. fconrch ami_ should.u., .. .L one_ _be'_

-L that' the ,point ,where you always --. ought;: to do? Uiss' Theodora who Is monarch of Babylonia that time as carefully- as did those of raptured tlie pr..I.'..M.r win or, no

tailed before..**- CHAPTER' II.f'Vm .- the best woman'tn tbe %worW nays I L Now frlm distant .Persia come. the Moses with :'tbo re In t Ions 'ot th _lle--:JouUtr promptly Informed amid will proceed ,

t T. : ought to stay-I'am right to brews. 'at a later IX'r1OOifW= apply to the I'pot. lrc'IIIU'.1 to make (the '
To the Intense of stay.
: : disgust _Wlllle {discovery at the hands of M. J. le Morgan
so much obliged; to yon so very Clifford reluctantly agreed with her tho .dendly parallel." we see buw best of the .opportunity., Professor 'fl'Ut '
pretty. Nell was evidently much : of a great stone stela bearing! on
!rJ amused, by these remarks.' And. although much obliged to ;you. and allowed her to prattle on about )ne aide picture o'lIammurabt'reo- close this resemblance I.l and are nays the whole Art-tic! fleet Is <>u time

_JIp, a. feeling of, condescending Clifford looked round, and saw, prpttyJNell her uncle and his goodness and Miss :viving the laws from Shamash, the forced to. the conclusion; that Moses\ alert for a liluo whale out should he

M rratltndo to her abject admirer'made ; Claris' standing beside the two Theodora and her goodness, until the lUll god and on the other side'280 laws must have had ninny; of these laws IH- receive word! tiiauone has been found,

:. -, ber try' to control her enjoyment Clifford boats which he had puUed, up on the- :" light, of.the sunset began to fade In thot put In force by. this monarch of almost fore him as he' wrote, for while he haS he will make wisis of the body and

In her. blue bank by ,her direction. V .'*!-.y. '. at times advanced bcyoinlthe ancient 1I11.lIe Inflict"', no Hint tbo'"blower''
4 eyes a merrl- prehistoric agon. These laws constitute -
I'm afraid It-mGst 'bnve given l'u
__ r .... ment.none. the less keen that ..he'aub- a great deal of trouble.- One of them Wben he reluctantly rose to take the earliest cede of human law Babylonian statutes ;yet be seems to may be uUltecd for scientific purposes '

.'..'|ued it* outward manifestation. full leave, he found that:some heavy dropsof known, ,and calf DOt fall to awaken recojrnlz innny of the same principles -

,'. ,--;.\ "It's:easy .to..cha1r"l:1'Utublecl..wn.' x was nearly: of water, I know.. rain bad begun! to fall .and be al. widespread' interest, not only among of justice different though they ui.ty The IieMirtmeiit, | of \Veitel.rato Pule-

\:Se, .lIou,.. Perhaps you'd like to try. them"Why, yes because It wasn't the bank too easy slopes to and get lowed himself (to be persuaded by; thc Bible students, but among: alt who are bo from our views' to-dny. ontology of the Anuilcsn Mureum of

I :die worlt'7our.elyetl' ," up landlord and his niece to wait until the Interested In tracing the beginnings Of Natural; I Ill-fluty' linn omit! Into policessiou -
tbe eartu Is so slimy' Just .here. But rain had ', OMU rr-TO-DATE LAWS.The .
t( "No old chap." We should never get cleared off. As, however instead I vlllu tlou. of 1111'('(' "(II'l'IIIII'IUC( of rare InterCHt. -
I'm glad to have been able to do
:l ._ that depth of 'color! said Otto calmly the yery little service." of clearing .tbo' weather gradually It ,I. 'more. thnn surprising that 4300 old Babylonian monarch went The .flrvt I III a MiinU'te< pe.'linen

,surveying the artist's heated' crimson yon bccaiue-worge.' until the day ended years ago society was so far advancedas Into some details. which arc, however of a Miinll dli'oBimi.liliIi, ; tins liopn
"It wasn't a little service! It was a
in a steady downpour which threatened lacking In tbe Mojwle legislation nnd the "bird c'rldll'l't "
.5 face ? to be possessed of laws Implying : named lay reason
: '''It.ot.. a natural aptitude for that great one. said Nell. with a look to: laiC all night. Clifford asked social relations of a complexity approach more nearly some of the of Its apparent iibllity! to run tail amid

,w sort of which Clifford 'felt to be Intoilcatltiffr: whether they could put him up for approaching legal enactments of our da)'. Witness its cloudcr, inx fore lliiUis.
rjhlng. ,said. Clifford. __ At that moment be heard -C -sound : those of our own day. The JCIIIK. Kin |> #
'u,,, "Well) you can take yourselves- thelilgbt; and being; answered In tbeaffirmative .fact, pf tAo existence these laws this remarkable law "If a man's wife The si>coud niM>cliiirn, JH the great TorIlieu -

;If you hare nothing better to do than like a short mocking: laugh; and .turn- decided to spend the: night: must broaden our conception of tbe who lives In his hoii8&wlHbeatLjfavIt. i ( inoluffKUM, ,svcurod by Charles H.
tug, ho saw the fisherman, with' a taco,
:'i. flnd/TanU| with what you haven't full' of scornful !at ; history of mankind and extend tbe plunges luto.debi {tries to ruin her SterntKTg: In 'Knnxas In llnx The Dllb 1 1Is .

; .. :the pak to do yourselves." said ,Willie amusement. punting Time room they gave him .was" small ,horizon of our underotanding'of humanprogress. house neglects !her husband! and Is sixteen feet 1011,:', and Is one Of the '
away slowly, np stream toward ,Fleet but beautifully clean,. and was at Judicially convicted If her husband
? the ;
sharply ;>> .' most striking specimens oa... fojsJMIo
.;'vr.';.,.'' not"\ finding fault' We are Castle. Clifford though he felt a little front of the house, with "an outlook offers her release, she may go her way.., tie' found In any of the wtJl'II1''W; :' ."
uneasy, Was glad ths man bad gone. over the marshes A DIBOOTXM AN?.A. KTllnll%. end '
"'i; tothe sea. CIII"ord'j he glwn( her nothing as "a gift ot'
M 4 Iho
txpreialng our admiration. said 'Otto.- "' 11111011. thud exhibit Is a '1Jll'rbIlIIlr
' And 'Your ,friends have gone back to when he retlre .,to It late that night, The discovery of this stela In Persia release. It her liunbaml does not wish, ,
: _,. e'are'qulte try, our blushed : of liifcks! of the grout Itnperntor -
Stroan said had
L"r 'hand ourselves," said Clifford, -as. side Nell.who heard*the allttle.'on raised the, blind and tried to peer '!'nsteod of in Babylonia is explicable In .release her, and If he takes another tOllncllollt year In Texns. '1.'bo"tll"k.lI '
her when she
f 'with gfesudden burst ,of energy,. born through the mist of rain which blurred ,the light of the'recent discovery of the wife she shall remain as servant In are thirteen nnd 'one-hnlf feet 'lalength

_ riaCesIre to linger IlL'(lie del bbor-' fisherman's contemptuous laugh. the view. Ho began to feel that be dominance "of the ancient Elamlt her husband's houiie." and
'" . ubov.t two foot la t'lrc1WoitC'I'l'lIee. *
1. that a hint for to follow theirczampleV -
-j hood .ftt Ne\l\ Jie threw off; his 'own me". wanted to spend his life In this spot, tings over Babylonia. When these Here In a humane provision perbnps ,

I . 'r'eeat.., syid ::.trag1ed tor possession of digging Nell's cabbages for her trimming early monarchs of ancient;rpersla, or higher than, tim enacted law Ijy -whicha ___ ,: .'
"Oh Indeed. uncle said when '
.the taf-brush. 110. My : .the hedges of her garden, water- : ISlam, as it must have been called then! man niay-oecure* divorce If his,irlfebd .E\'ry'cr rt and manufacture
But "WHUe* resisted' :aDd there was I: told him what you were doing tot us 105: her roses, doing anything,. In fact, took possession of' the fertile land to Insane: "If a man take a ".Ir('. and enormouHly. by aknn\vledse of colorsahidthmelrtwesantL
hat: I wa.'to valc to come In and that he
t ftancea/of their both suffering Ie.eretbe might be near her. the southeast, they carried away to the bo attacked with'a dlnease. If be the
*, Lave UoVernzneiit of
of with Ul-It -
ly tfrosk nature of the prize. when would a condescend cup tea Invitation you. lie waste love, more'seriously, too. their capital the finest monumentsthat then dovlre to take a second wife be New South Wales ba,' rcsohrtf/ to add
to accept an ban[ Willie
thGui so much singular loyalty bad ever been. or than he they could find In Babylonia and hall not put away his wife who has to Its permanent '
from 'and his niece T" IUUBOUIU at Sydneya
% .f ,- . an Innkeeper himself bad ev'elbeen before, lie among these was this remarkable stein been attacked by disease but,he shall collection of:
Nell smiled little these colors. and chemicalsuocd
a as she added asked .
full"of himself what sort ot a spell It of Hammurabi as well as. one still, keep her In the housa whlrh.he has
,really are so eneriryA wordsf and the' manner In which. was that la color IOn klnllr. This collection.
. -for It" said this young girl had been able older. dating from 3000 B O erectedoy built and support her no long us fU niude
.. some vent ? In London was '
"" recently sblptied.
them showed so'keen "' ' .. ,
4 per quickly '
so to '
'. cast upon him, audi he Naram Sin. / live. 'rV : '
4 ':: .pseelcb.. was full otsug- j. Time mere
Social31stIuetIoW , statement that the .
_ ception of that Clifford told himself that'it was.the V -B"'fl Hj,**""* t t t contrl.butlous ,
sweetness /The older' stein Las:alsO been found .
,.... Jelp: off demure merriment" "you tvosc, nBnDed--Ini4.'.b"Uef'that of her naturer-the-purity which shone by the French expedition to, Sum apdIs ".,.t.\ '(8ROW, r..M,,' HIOHjOIVILlZATIOW.., iV; ,n -", t ." ,.';. by the leading' manufacturer: ,

might pull up those boats. this fflrl was ridiculously of her from her young soul There ore aIsi'peculiar 'laws 'as to Included.200O .samples U. an eloquent
:, ADd|*be"cl nced at two of,the ama'fl. proper, elC1pcQt'ln-bl. wayside"JnnH'eyes..whl h. bad .enabled her her to blue b4t ,a striking presentation the or of the mighty the practice of"surgery, which; go to epitome, of the resources of modern, '
conqueror In act c'll pntchln bin
pteasofc-craft' in the. river both ,of .ac'followed heVHrito'a' *tiny sitting-' witch him as no mere beauty'ot face foes, while his retainers how how great tbe scientific attainments science. Many of these colors, \rltfti
bring thw
whlcsmiad Bi evtd.ntiy suered,some InJury room ht the bacU! of tbe Inn, 'where and, l.'non.Could ever have done. lie rear,, up of the age must have bren;'and ,used IIR dyes, yield a dcwu or twenty

!I their vwatei-ogged; .condition they were Joined)', her uncle a bur. looked at his band. and. saw.asrain la The laws of Hammurabi .*re- Introduced commercial laws which -nhnw-. .. ,,Ii.t--. beautiful shades. In dyeing of JlI1I1:.

bon 'SSItneBS.' '" /-Jovial man"wlUl-a r dbd.' red,'honestNfaoe Imagination; the little soft,. white hand business'even In those early days was wool, cotton, leather end other fabrics;

.rM, Cu 1"set about'' the"task, with en* who was evidently,. fond smoother, aud fairer than any. .-girra. .of by these word,: '"By the command ;greatly diversified. There are also gives the J'fOllOrJlon| of dye for each'

thui i; aodl not'without'difficulty, of Jill niece, although/ : every 'word tach haul he bad ever touched, which bad 1 heaven and' let the great Judge of some old laws* as to the responsibility Ibadt''the east, the name of tbe manu ,
)In bringing the twit up on uttered i.emeSt6 i nU ha.Uetthe )*aln'for: go of builders facturer and the
"It Aimtrallitn
moment in his as she bade forth In the land the : a builder build a bonso agent Of
; by bidding of
the tbnnk:2t: '. strange ,difference .In andepasch hiD{ )good and finish It but course, all this will be of
\ manners night. He felt again the Merodach: lot does not make .Itsoild Immense .er<(
: 1t S ,"'rm :work, ,and,,0* ,Otto '; hfeh'extate&Mtvepn1' tbehm '" satiny touch WJilcb',.I1ltd thrilled him my lord no destruction and If theu'itbo house fall and vlco in :New South Wales, where tbcrc
befall this
thy monument In temple
p: CoayAir4made[ no offer to assist V "Pro d to know sir." said when the kill the I III wool fat for
you the,little ,fingers met bis. He which owner, thai builder shall M soapiiiaklng rind other, I
E-fiofrgU. I ,
_ ws mMong' time' before' Clifford a itirl" b l'-nltr rc!"beldoat .At"cal'paiinc his love let my put to death. If it haw materials and
tribes ,
own hand which had be the owner's, only technical ,
uuujld : iarmf'-by' the1 name ever repeated; and let
baJlnK water hls hand.' "Proud-- to knowguybody been so honored any op- son dead. then tbf knowledge and skill
,Intoxicated with his >, son of tho builder I* needed to fur
F rat of,the boat with an old pHU nod my Nell thinks wortlr knowing. '8b '. own thoughtsIt / I t pressed roAn who has a case at law. shall bo, put to death," nlsb employment. to'on tii'tspot T
and stand '
then by'turning them-a little'on one mighty particular. Is.NcU.- L.rwhatouldn'tl was late before the, I come before thU uiy Image There are, other ..
dying candle as King of Righteousness. and let him ; mIJP". lnte'sting; laws;
', ouCaadfHlgiiieUia side whan he had partly dragged them ) ;your .tl end.. ,Mr. Jordan 'warned him to n'ake haste rto bed. .As';"read the' inscription and but these must sufHco to Eire an idea
4alib his
there, have riven for an ,Invite to tea he of the extent OD. Um..u. Cr....
turned/to the door,'to lock' t a. of tbe'l legislation of
| "my that
:: ta*., When he at last raised his bead ': ; L recl u'words- and this Inscrip The nan looked ssiiaua
In Here with '
llto this .Eh. Nell? his ancient disapprobation
was custom In, a strange place: he tion-will explain day. Besides the liMa of Ham -
x_-jritst-a great-sigh of-satisfaction, -ZcelT )lnaheddturncII,'her'-ancle's found that it had neither Jock'oop-bolt.. : : Jtlm hla case.nndh.4bUftnLwJiatJ4 murabi and of Kutfm Sin, M. do Mor\ i upon the woman's umbrella. By and'
f ,
: attention to'his tea,'while. Clifford lie And, the,''words of.*tbe Justlceaidhla. gan*amle by he spoke to bet-about ,
young fisher mjifiyuotbef"dtcoveTleo . _._
heart shall'be
beatea oldfpunt la which sat a ?1{i glad so that ho iliiillal "Woul
young some surprise: enjoyed the kndwledge man. his < you Just as lief it
warnlajf1 about,the character early remain of 1'erslau move over
1. clvlUza' ..
Oabensan of the realistic, not the open that he had' cut 'Jordan of '' 'and to tbe other side?" he
withOut the house tion asked.
out flashed with an unpleas of the inscriptions which
_ the
T attic.kindiwearing a bardCelt hat. a eenastruggle: ."- : ant cblll throiglihis>, mind. "_ (! l t. >J.s A'STOBTKOCS BeLXE.4"IIanmuurobIis'aruIer'who. conquering Elafhflfsl brought back The exchange from the left dlj 'to"
; .ta1n.d.7.. and a huge paIred seabootsw'w'koM'egarded V Nell herself explained presently The next i I 'wIth the right was quickly '
V moment he 'was:ashamed 1.:0.: n .tjiew' from. ftita-Jonia., : effected: .niyl thflr
_ him with "an. aft'fwIdglMj4taed'contempt. when bee uncle had be pcalled! away of bavins remembered 'them. Of father ,lo his,subjects,' who bold "the :At no.. Mmev, !In ,all the' his" man finding his request/ unbe.!ts...i*\:

_ 4>J press-of business'In the tatTand> tile courtei' there"waA. a:possibility,' 'then '''words of, Merodach' fear and honor; tory-of. the liifttceutury! has no inter-/! tlngly acceded to chanced the cxpves..
V always get* inooge to do her two young people"were .left whispered I lion ot bin face
'sitting .1111
dlrty.worlUabWdoP/ fo'gether. : common,sense.* that j ;who has achieved conquest by the help eating a'dlscoverileVn 'made na this apPl'ovol fi6mluguhrloiu dl-,

be obseryod, xtitb ItOklu''tbroub the'open' glass tven the house which sheltered a got-! 1 I of Merodach: i over theMorth'arnL.tbp of the Wws tmltlh':; denhny tho'Mosaic to beaming appreciation:. ,.'4,

\ :a Jerk ot tb bead In the direction pf door Into the garden bebtad the inn.wiiITtUTdn.' dess might i also contain a- man:or -1,!I i I South; i.:who,rejoicedms: .etaolnetaoln code"' : OI.IU\ft:\ 1UrRP'lnuHt' have been! "I bop ." he said, "that you \*ilr not

/ fair zwu. y.&udT-1b; 1vttIT L54 Jl1 orr la :;yoU ( '.rnjtfUJ-servaut> whi; who a"'mlghty-xmonart.-h' *, think me unpnrdonnbly :- "
:was a ,.common j 1 I I South: rejoices the heart of Meroidach >lid') e(*, but" ciore presumptoou*, I"-
.? they, are.\the more she likes it.Ob.. trea.t friend .fn..JV.tD..attuut.l ..1l1tet...So... but tho fact
( your .! : as.JiahatI2LyeryJ1andson1u J Wa'lordwho has bestowed benraits than thaVhe..uiusHhavxsi striven, for .!hj Jt juak<>* me fearfully: *:

_ '- "IkVI- 41fl1toworW' ,t4teWab'sbe4 watch".with liFuir and. nearly, twenty* ,- foreferida Dnrhl.ubJectIaDd Jmtlre,, nren .11,1..Urn 4MIQ ..uncomfortable to tea anybody sit Ia-is
Itla human to ,
Ko not In nature .tr
: ; for u.iigt1d., with a prettyblushtn flvej pounds Ui his purse' be tacked: has established order'in the land.' I year ago.-Chicago necord.Il ,lld. Har-ho1l1InJr-lltr.11mbrlollrraMfre-r"| _
: like ; classed appgji 2 giI her cheek*' She at these ,, I !: left aide The
as lodbsjd flown possessions well,"'under, the .pllloO I "When"he .reads the record ,let 'him V . /j ... .. -. railway companyc: / : ,
nd foroVwho odb4dL, n t'L. <6 f ) *, and tiai led Cllfr4 and r I..Cij5,3. to pass a law '
crimson UiD'bJ&Ir.4 table-clef tbi\ ,*'. > Nell 'went 'to "sleep,, thinking of pray:wl-w'\lll': \ heart before nw ,Tv r.f.r.\ !.,-:'! ".b, .1\.," as prohibiting, ,. .b., IIAJU 1
; '* they ,I
t > jto see flint hea \\Q | q4eq._.!;otd.bebadever'een. . , : '1 lordr.anid Zarpanlt my, Iadynnd; PVtnc9.llmn ..flnilhimi prohibit smoking 1I1Id'plt ln<< 4-
tried T
eon. his exertions to
flh as- IU1pel'II11 on
en-b the
}pf Hf vraa'awakened floor. It
le.f1 out. of a, sound<:' then : shall.tho. protecUo'g! 'deities and brother William!{ had 'a causes JUSt' as much

r fl er Ce- .. \.1' ,,, ? ,,< t dumber b'y the feeling that there'wff the 'coda.wbo frequentiE-Sagjrll/ 'graejously rocgb-and-tumbJe"loylwod strenuous, harm and confusion. There would not l-

,}, -,- MI. ) I, a, -'rin-a ".1b! >0?* ald oW1I 4-O e1a.roquJ...!' .l..U\U.4j I franf .desires 'dally"'pre- IIke..wbit ,. upPQ.eICJo.. .lWhcot..of, not atyoung all ., be half so, many umbrella' lost, If '
Clifford with'afftoa'joWtonity'tt,7 He felt of l betore; etr7bo4ywoadheremm..t
; sure ,this
: ,. although for I sented Merodach, lord; amiZarpanlt ' .,,;-
my prluceX!l' _. !
say LOndon .
B/sald be. thrusting his arms aj ,An.twM._ .. ---- --
: *1 ; think myself 'thaifyt! ; tf iu lthedviwork .few minutes as. be lay with his, i I mv'ladv.: '' _" They bad no flunkylsh -- -'". rule. I have lost no fewer than *

1a coat and teeith that heh did: d seVve a'xup'of closed be 'beard nothing but'tbe ticklngoC -' '"Hammurabi: the King'of BJehteous- topamper them .bl1t private tuora doz II' umbrellas through other ,

:! p3age.J.ntothi IVaI1LPt tia.", ,. \ .!;. .Z1"43Q. (&U I the wat<4>',under hi* pillow. Af: neall,' n ,whom Sbamash has bestotfed common public! wero 'sent to. a plo's violation of it, and I have'peo also'
'ofaa& school .
"I m't csjr* to pull the "eart oat NU u1o4IstrsU.eL terAtbat: bfJ i became with( lmeom. jnarcbKt off
conscious: that In right am I., )47words'are well inohly with fully .
.con hand n score of, flnoi
tna ttwk WVt* bj..o Arlgnter) .excltementf I heir wpodUumches. ones { !
: eye* with. darknef* thnre- belonging
was sidered
/ to
a shadowy' ; my deeds have not their equal ,
tb XrMi.TCI I t> l K .a".Mr Ivico,'Qultetretaulous laHUearnestness something passing .. '
I trivial
those are. high; to same I to be done]
in spite of his a wed stole- V *' dibcipli)2sns} ? tho.:other
V' !: his bed and the, ,.heavily-cur!' humble those that are haughty to expel and had no k'pcdal:\ \! Children. systrmatlrally nnd It ouch .
to feel likea foot He person
: V "Ah. yon don't knOwttkibe-'iatd, tamed w1m1 ,,'. ,His first Impulse wps insolence.;: If a.'' succoedlng ruler In the school I.nlvlleges either would only leatn to hold hid
toward the spot where Nell had 01" 00 limo In timlrt'lJ
"I to about biaygroun
quickly not the
.am ungrateful but I aloud and alarm the woold-be consider my word, which I Doth proper; plaCe there: "
bave/ivrit- took '
bs taudiug beside the shed.-,and Inji and thief their share of the fewer would l><*'
am *3JJfflcult posttiou.. I as he could oot.1>nt suppose the; ten In this, my Inscription; It be annul knocki hard tempers spoiled,"
it he, its welt a* his two, I ': bravely4 .
have be The
.w to careful' bow Itreat people. Intruder to 'be.' Tho' next; not 'law and'corrnpt old man .
moment my not O'.law poke
"It !
: wa* the great deilit lonuLnmid" ,
hsd tared. The r. 'be.
qoiit ) .,knoMf onrselfWat a sjVet however he of botb'bO talked hf
flsherri: o1\ that'be would and corrupt not my words, 1Iot change to'play Indian.: :T took In both ,side,of '

a ckg4c **anynei.'g- me1l t t tbeyUfl wait until the theft bad born actually my onumeat, ;tben 'may Shamash er''I'" ftthers.0ckwiTginning (l rend'. Co"! with his sbnrp eyes. When he tho.rnr lIet'.n'

themselverthlnk tae>Jsave a right' <.mlttd. and take ,the .perpetrator lengthen that king's reign., llko) that of / to trom. he., hi* lecture to the ,
cttoiL to peat a girl!'who lives at an inn <3f- rwthnnded.He: the KIng'of 'end.: and lIbt'b/n/ mi on his rlx'at'Ttarr: necommo'JatIn/-'i'om-/ '
4I 't rasfeJonable enough for h ii f4rAtlyfromJ me. Rlgbteousuecs. that he then/ more'than tb daub tbeij. beta : the pa meaner*
girls Surely n-aJfuT.,holilinir hi. tnl'l's their
yon breath., ... may, reign in' his Ljvl-Lf tiiniiretlas
I i't: an'I>thank my stars for Iti muatknowthatr To,be Continued. subjects,. S rl&tlteoulne"'ovr S "If ; charcoal, *frn- themselves with left liniUTs fot' clached' ,Ii' Ibeiiv
this ruler nD anjcln
--- t'a 4ood lo.4l bath spcaz-.snd' ('lUbsj; and dnnsoroU t h(
_ /Clifford crew rte..eo' \ the ) wisdom and be Is able to hold his land their M1\\\1 tlnt.ou pn crsby, but before 1" :
I"dipot stomachs lib
Sc t batnd chit-It A* tbroUJit tb9 got ,ll1nml
gfrl bcfl ,penetraled a In. soldier" Spondau, bent on frightenlog ID"- rder. then will' be undt'rbru h they bad : (
'; i at having his own advances ATUUfs .apa1 armor., ", a. sentry,,,, approached him .eon.laIer',1I1., for the purpose afacaiping seine Im4 to the dexter surrrp'itionsly shifted boom!
... words' which: I have written In- this ;
many member
which caused Urte young: fishbo /5t-; .."" ttejflthlly :.creeping on ,all fours' He Inscription: thev rule.the' Institutionsand I-'or'pa'i' ',tacl'I:: |: ward tbe whole and thcncefOTx"& a
so coutemptuousi. 80 lie "Oh. dia't..1' .* nenrT [' their company tot holrf'nrt -
interrupted sepocIn1
De .b
yon 1t. jnnsp<| up ,suddenly and the sentry |'aws'.of the land which I. have 'the beu'IIC .Jk'.nc cotton
mast and
rlglgoillis "
NelL, ,."TpUjkno-jr It,,1,:true ,'' : given, the decision whIch' I bate"made ot A'lhl" Were liT- 'lrltbt, like 'UDlbrclll.'It?lci

Jlo."I 'd.'C'wu' ;'.t6.f.lbinc. 'I' III .- 1Lrelvnew"- ,. , - '. I.will this inscription sbow-blmrbli sub, planted was stretched la the playBwund. l\ettlnl rfQtr'lo, a''f drill.llcnt_ f"trCI"o:, :
7OV '''f7.JaIee, ,. sugarrennerle'wUJ be 'jects'let him rule accordingly speak the young '"1101' underneath! to Catch Times.'There'.. '" -. Trl' _

and very good-nataredV'DUt--'*1'-. opened. Bnssla next season.- Jostle* 'to :them. tmaks, 'P bo JOlf ,
r J" ,rlg&t/de-- I :..a ho c1.' I Is ..
: no
"i -: ",, T"whel ..' for th' like' 1'
>A ,. '. S uI.. c' r. Ol't have ."
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M.nnynw .uww. -.."" a..'''.". ..... W .tee 0 w...1wwn,' -' ,.._--' ..,....., .'..=-.,.-,._ ,!........,nm I.n .........._........\'\..ew.. +.mvn_. '''..........-.'''.......-.,-_-- _._' .w _'_ ,_.____ ,_._ 'x "

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-. . .---- -- ,' I ,sK>TTi>iFt.ri cyr wtnat...+ :.
I n :teklgg'he: geld tests Inches; and the' best 'plants were se THE : ....
,k 'U1P' OVItIQ! : : land at tho unlver.1 let'ted/trom' each, ''Variety. In 28M ; i"iitl..,.....' T.->o>tiir iioiyrtr. n *f !*>---; i 8uDcn----
Into-',plots eight I 1200 of ,the largest )bard kernels ,,ofBolton' AN OBBOL; tree t-'*..*.* ..-. t
r*: tjtnsr :Many Varieties-- oue' rod ''"wId".... A'"shoe .?liluo Stem wore;selected and The t>1tJ'eloleft\' \ 'Insect*';has rejcived --

lirct the Most ProfitableExperiments "wide I,t. used no that planted bf'' !Iud, tour ;Wthe apart Used fcr'tte rresMenttof; $.. a valuable contribution: from) the ,or' HUMOR.T. .
nt n plot After cue each way. A* ,the gcnin' approached -" pen of Dr., You P.' Bachraetjaw,; doal- ;
In d the cleaned. maturity the 'poorest. stAlka 'wcro' removed. t Pot. lanl :.t jag ,with body "temperature tlieseunlmato. *' ". ..

Per'tlllzatlon.V tbt'llJt)!every remaining Successive culllngs reducedt 7f'9f1'Cyf; 1t9'f7t'ftTf la The fact to well known to, ... ;4 4
Mbloe,1< with 'a ,0cll6wsl and number, Of stalksio"suventygre.These 1 physicists that when 'two suitable 1 ..'.. 11. .ssae..eLI '
alley'two: 'foot wide U ware'carefully saved and used of .the most l Interesting nietal ate placed l fn contact'an electric, ..... 10.I Irlaa1M as tM "
Hjr: U. H. BmrnMll.[ plots or'''grain.: Ai for succeeding/ trials. Other varieties QXE of ancient'I Colonial' current fn generated and this 'curtent .l ....... .- tsars .
1 f llK-'lujprovement of .AI".7' srif. -fertilized were tested In a similar ninmior. in thIs country: I Is .accurately proportional UVstmiRth coved Until oa b..t Up br JMk .f.. ...
I ft ,'&irr important mat ; russ ,breeding r t,varte- Another method *tf JraprovlnsTto that' "g the Boston Herald |is the to the temperature of the two metallic, Veto a smeared*l>Ot **.
J t It, .to] only natural ,' grain . ." ""; work should be ( 'secured varieties .arc :The-graln to piafifed- with a machine University during the annual coni; -uses steel and inanganesei:., the* luaectlo'WboM .we4 'th 'lip .-
to kiss on e
experiment er kernel tour 1 menccment exercise In June. Aside temperature I to be taken I *
ly tbe station 811' plants not of that which places each two < ) Then OB rise Cheek. then on M brew,,
ling wheat. State of the! Union; \' Inches ,apart. One' hundred seeds are ,front,the tact that very old, the pierced by a one needle of this compostton. -. Today be ktMM bis Anew tip. ,
planted In trjplot, which Is called a chair hat thedllUnCtion of being almost and, the .strength i of ,the currant, And blow or throws r
the only ouo of !1U kind In Amen Induced by the, contftcr'of the two ,? The kiss back. syeslAh 0.' .
"centgener. i r ,
_'ye baa mani..t p.t1rNew.orkjkaa. !
: IN'Ye a
to Cross fertilizing, or 'polJeon tin'': by lea ao far aa collector. 'have been able. metals Inside, the Insect's body was : ...
band,' I. fin Interesting and"delicateoperation. ' to discover.- mt'unNd.b7 means, of! a galvanometer.1 '---- .
The best stalks ore selected, The.President's chair, as always the changes In strength of the current to.a ... ..u,.......... A
flod' wbe-nl' the\ flowering period approaches called, has been used by thirteen Prest.:. Indicating 'the' b nrtll-ot beat 1n ,the Maude-"So Jack to engaged,; to' h.?, n '
.tho upper nnd lowc/,splkelets dents of the college: and university.It .. Insect's'bod;;. ' ' ; dad I* Lucy th. brlde-to-ber

are, removed leading .six or eight on 1. stoutly constructed. of.oak. In the The first" experiments were made I. IreneNo,, she's J *< .
each head. The anthers.are withdrawn style known as"t4thrqwn. or turned. with the,/hawk moth It 'w..' found Chicago. Tribune. > V l :>
Vf itlj eharp-pointed tweezers to prevent and dates back to' the sixteenth cen.tnry that tamperstnres higherthan, :*001 s CB
self-fertUlkatloU. pollen grains from so that It was already something degrees tho temperature.of'tb., moth JADd _........' k ,
another- plant are placed upon the tlg- of an "antique" when It was broughtover was'always lower than that,of the air I. you permitted !1h.t'. slraage.
it ttSt ma and tho fifad wrapped In tissue! to' this country by some early the greatest difference being Several young man to kiss. TOUr -
w paper to>> exclude pollen from other Puritan or Pllgrluv. Oliver Wendell. degrees when the moth was at 4.14 -dt'I I" "No mammalie oion/i ive :'me,
t phu t 'I Holme*.baa described It thus: i grees. Above 120 the' Insect ceased ''..1me."Cleveland., J'1.ln.Dealer..
Tho hybrids* produced Jn way "!\\uOP7 old choir with. a seat like to flutter and at,124'It died. ,At deutb at..wldc..... ,
generally{ : show 'a great variation in wedge, 'I the temperature of. theair andjOfmesnoth'
behind brond front edge-, jnow'"auytbing') "t
type.' .A cross between Blue Stem and Sharp and aero <:equal these experiments Simpson "Do you" '
Fife produced over a dozen different: One of the 'oldest 'of ,human things I wero conducted In air of normal moisture -aboutartl"- ,.,- but when: the sir '"was supplied J.ckloo-'r know.'enough about art
with itddltlonaKvapor different result not to''talk: about it". -.Detroit, Frr+
' '
wall observed:for then the Insect Frs.. .. _' .. '

had a higher temperature tIan'tbat: ,. _.'X2t .. i
M Wltb.m' t
r r tIts of the air ".Inr..dllt not sinknntll'a 'SundaySchoolTeacher-"Well; whe
Ur body 128
temperatureof WAS
the'return of the prodigal ,
was sorry
reached the air being 120. This effect ' '" '
( }{ to probablybrought about the-Piol. sour

N eel h f1' i r' -IJttle Girl--"The tatted,;e.1t.-Bol.. ;'
r1t,1 ture.ln the air preventing' '
1', ,
Wt"r Christian Regfster.Justlcla .
i' ton: ,
;o e' Insect's! juices, and'so preventing -_ \ ,
..ef eo llpll. It I Is Interesting to.note.' titan ,
r In relation'Wthe'effect'of' vapbrUa i.r. J.lW'u

? t- .. tlon that hairy Insects' tend ,toj havea

e' r : higher temperature,than smooth.and ,.
'' Jk L this tact may be.well explained by the' V .
f ,prevention of evaporation from the a
former I tt
i V 4l3f Professor Baehmetja'w has also
/ : !con* '.
ry elderedhe Influence! It 1'LANTLNirST'1'LUTS W1T1t,..\.A l'L..Uri MACIIINK.ota. I I ordinary room'tenipl'rahu'e- height: -
I"fatllllfa ened temperatures and under the appll.

.. : The station Is located at St. An The dUJ't>rent' varlellea''arp plantedIn nation of cold. lie found that at or
thou, Pork, which Is between the the order of'their ripening season dluary 'room temperatures (sixty-five) r I / 't

t' 'cities of 8t. Taul aol Mlnueapoll&! The beginning at ouo-sT : proximity of the great flouring mills onrllest variety can cut first \ rapid Wing! vibration. up to ninety-

I of the latter city gave\ excellent<< facilities and each' succeeding 'plot a. It ripens. eight degree. At this;point the vlbrn., # 1 "
b for testing the milling qualities of The binder to carefully cleaned after lion ceasedowhig to partial paralysisof 4 1
? the various wheat with which experi each plot, and the varieties are Marked ( tUtslu M.ler, 1 the wing'muscles; the temperature Sl
t;: ments'were ,.made All the .'variety by placing a stake-.beside each .bock. 'then dropped and The paralysis passed i1 _
testa were not made at St. Anthony The: separator ultt.'CIlo thrashing'is conKlructed ,. awa,.. .On repeating the rapid vibration _
'''J Park-.however.1; large tram tier of so that It wlllvrlcnn. Itself 't' = 1' Immediately: paralysis set. In more / <, :): ..
N experiments were made nt the March thoroughly when run a fewminutesafter rapidly; but not .until tbo temperature

A Spa Id lug farm. In the! rjorUiwVutorn the feedIs Btoppe part of" the Stare, near. Wnrren.. InMhe To further guard against! the adntlzture ', .... the surrounding temperature"" Increased : law On ancient Kippur 7000 year ago.. "?
;,r I . of.varieties,the Unit half bushel of r I ", 't a- I }_ ,L-.., lass humming U required .td I Ler_"I'll'bet sole of, the cases are
I \ \ ,, w '
"If: [ kt. variety, U placed In a large sack and i I' bring on partialparalysis. Just 'as on appeal.yet."-New.. .York,Sun.I.r :"> .
; :\ -, ,, :'it'; ""
: ; \
. : "
there l. a maximum \ :
.'" e -t-. "' t1't' then a half bushel Js caught and placed temperature which; t i. .
aaac; ? .:: .t"',o'1 ';.-", : In .a small sack and caved for seed. '1t i '. brings on paralysis,'so there is a' mini, ..llr.. : .
t rl> "i.' 4 .' '"''' ".''Ii'i ,Tbe remainder Is placed In a' large ,. I u 1.r fi t mumthus rapid vibration ceased: at Black-"Whtie'a a' terribly, qvarnl' >

i :' >. .,' naclc. The 'vitality. (the seed I Is testedIn ,p a1'' r'' i io .,. ', slxty-fonrr all"movement stoppedat I some fellow;, He'd .r .tber, fight tkttftV8tout"So'u' '1at.
!> -_ a germinating: chamber,: Inwhich iV { freezing... Putting there observations . ." : or.'

thetemperature, Is a* low .* that of together,' we see that normal I.. it f bud'. hts' dJare '
the soil at sowing time:-Where aecesary .J flight to only possible roughly between .ila-Clll'lIco.New.. 1 ;.'

the seed Is treated for mut, ... the temperatures of ..Jst: -lIve ...lidolnetelltbt _- , .. :.:"4ir f,:
0t Many of the Russian wheats were ., .- degree., -TIn n.le' O.PjHlltli Do.....__ w ,
-- "You, 8crabbI aad'' )
-say that J'4e .j i
found ,to be badly mixed,-although r dealing with polkllothermlc animals .
played In opposite roles on th 'nJalit1i. ?: 1'
they were samples of the best varieties I .THE mESIDENTS ,CHAIB, IIAUVABD.varieties. that to ,to say: animals ,whouo 'r-T.
: with! the box office r.Celptl(
ran away ;
grown In that "gr at 'fwjiea" *"country. 1 temperature changes 'with the surrounding , . .:
Some coqtaln from two! to fotirdlstlnct Turned all with knobs-t and rings medium the influence of tbs How was that.. ., ,';
In this i new over
*" "* *' way many I : "While I.'Will appearing: be waappeartng. ,,'.,
kinds.'r' eties have been originated, though But heavy and wide, and deep and creatures must be'considered. Thus .'*-Baltimore''EEscstpaVTheir '., r: : -
In 1807 the 200 orlglnslvarletles bad are equal In value to tbe parent I grand *" .'" '. ;'i; r, " '" the beautiful brilliancy the, color of I '.11' ': ' 1 p.l ,,'?
been so closely culled, out that'only worthies tie.1nnd.'" certain:Alpine butterflies' / )
Comparatively few true crosses are : Fit for the of : ,- ; : .J-l1'j'
eight of the "rlt..were .still.. ,retained talnedand; only\four,!to' "'. ., :;.. '. ' ,. the-;,folfowlntf. simple e>p rlment., : automobUing'Ius5' Vrq
for further testing., In 'order.:,to still per cent or-the experiments v In : C IlR.YINGTHE; BABY.Head .: delicate., thermometer ,had Its' bulb stop
tptber''decide these, small covered with hark cloth sill placed ,. ..
ficial fertlUzatlon; are successful.- '. .: was rorT" 'f" .
amounta of each.klbdjweremade| Into York Tribune., and Spine Troubles Caused Where In'the sun. The temperature stood, at Sibyl-"Tou'the'dgahboy"eo; l "
flour and, were .subjected| careful - : Incorrect Way Are Used. eighty-seven' :, It ,was then backed up not sound his ,automobile horn; wlthOi ., !
testa. ; known.;among milling'experts as r_ S boot I Bit P.loi>.d Arrow and' with .heet of white paper;'eo'as to people rughlng,to.their'doors'thlnkljajlt .J.S:
the "color: test-"gluten test", and the The accompanying suggestions Imitate a butterfly's wings: Immediately BstV -{
be was the filhm n. -Baltimore, S
Indians who use poisoned arrows ,
"bakera Illustrations.- which we aro Indebted the"'tern:: .' .'
sponge.:teet- pom tnre-ros to ninety aid., ',.
The gluten teat 1 rs'made (bymlzingwater : not trust alone to' the 'venom ; to .Leonard's Illustrated Medical Blr.,but as soon, as the reflecting paper '" ' '("I

'wlthm orjtl nce.of'tlour, and I which they anoint their flarts.: 'In' ; Journal. !, are 'Worthy of attention: was, removed .''the' temperature fell LaCt."Yes. .' : ., .w., ., ' '/...;;
I then kneading Iti.lato; fdouglr whichIs dillon tbe'otten al'ply'polson'c'to '. again. lathe/ frigid; 'regions of the fat ." remarked w the'. 4'1ap1fI"J ,,'I .
*. held under a.str am p| water and bow Itself and utter certain spells North explorers have found beautifully Stranger; "I bare seen the tost'** .. ,.- A,
pulled and workf!<| Unto the. atanch has It, with the Ideathat-It-would, shot\ aJ colored butterflies. These creature .a good man," ". : v : ..;;
-. .- .all been washed puJU The wet gluten death a. with ::the arrows >lt : with outspread wings reflect. the radl- .".Doctor'' or underUrtcerr'."'...le*. ,...' ,j;... :
I Is weighed and then dried an4 'weighed nut energy, of the !Ion to their dusky mea behind the white apron.".. (\ '. :' ;'; '
sausorxit tasK TIEO rxoxxoxVBOU again, ia'order to ascertain moisture ; vreoi bodies; nod fin storm comes up; close, "Neither,1 replied be ottttbtll4looks. ,
,:: -;azBD.,,. 1, holding- power. tIt -i. stretched Into their wings and t'reep'Into the coverD, "I am 'a shoemKker,".-ektesa.N. "

famous Red River' Valley- ; at Glyndon.In. long: threads and the ductility,to noted. i\ \ the thick grass jto .conecrvntc 'V$ 'Ne1V' 'j:;;.;,. ;:. :"i

.the southeastern part" of ,the t Red laitly'tt I I. moulded Into a round ball + aas -warmth in the 'vital.regions.This. IotI ", I ,,,:: .;.:-.w.; ;
r IUnr Valley; at the Northwest Kxperl- and laid upon a card.: Tile.bettor"the Paine wonderful ..adaptation ofnature II... ....u... .eeI... : \.c
Dot Farm near Crookstop Mlnn? and flour the..better: the gluten .ball will ;, Is seen,, for Instance.. In the "I'm tired of,these.I.lectures\ olilltotM "
.- -a-.thJ Northeast.Experiment...Farm, retain Its shape. JTbe poorer theYf
near GrtfndRaplda., Minn/ Kxtefaslvetesta'wade the more IfwlH B.itten out"a'nd'spread S y sexual products of Its ..Immortality era Iiaje you anything.t 1n"the. Hne' bt'\ll F.:>
.at the ,,North Dakota 1 Ration over- tho cant . n In "turect-JIJ"PUctmed'1tDtf-keptat tb. substltdYe. to suggest. ,'' .9J. :...'
were alo.taken_ Into ronsldcratladto Io-tbe'' baker's sponge lekt the volume proper temperature by abundant "Well.. rather.. :' <1-1'. ,; .
.- drawing'oond .lou..+ The average, and time of risingof; I the 40ugb are V''S radiation,collected-and reflected by abroad "wMltr ..?'r. '
'result of testa made at all these wdely noted. Gluten' from Bolten's BlueStem V 1 t open tent 'of .crimson.. ,which "Why I..think It icluldn't. : be'a':.tju... _

4 separately points cannot help.but be produced .1st,.. thile. Itl.YOIDme .. I' flashes from Its 'walls'the most! poteqt 1 Idea to ban a few,lecture for serrtLet j
comprehensive: and 'conclusive.,. .". time. Its ,bulk :ot bread; HOW .C4BB1"' BABT. beat necessary'for. the fulfillment Chicago Post. .: "
The:varlety tests wore begun In 1888. fifty T0. _____ 1 of: :.I'
4 L : the,Intricate V !The-'child' should alwaya be lifted ; it WM Quit* r..tlit... "'
-- of tao *
/ plant's'orInsect' li
: mss with both. bands, held ova
lightly; but provided, .' "
b. V firmly, .the entire length of .the back.aB4..the..he44beJD3JIU'efuJl7auppor .r

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11 t.1 eeL One of, the' most 'common and r.r.tod tb. Civil .......,

;. dangerous. errors la leaving the back of Mrs Lafayette 8. -Foster., a :'well-
rye .the, bead -W1IUpportetl.. When this IsHOW''KOT'TO j known flgnr Iii 'Washington lift In the a
stirring times .previous to tbo Civil.
\ \ \ ; War,died suddenly) a short,, time age at
:' t .-.". . Via, n the family mansion at Norwlcll.'Cona.' :l fS

: \ \ 'V M hoadiif one 'of those;:Indian tows-''- : and'She-was was''born'Itt-Norfhaniptonv In :ber'eightieth. :y
shooting. poisoned arrows to : married Senator: Foster of ConKnoctlcut -
above! It will be observed that In 38 0.A ,

snake' 'rattles form*on Important' ." % striking personal-beauty,,and her
of It* decorations. foretelling ,: ,of approaching pnbllc ,
...... .
.t ,-: 't. events gave her great prominence.; One t
I ,c..!.. Vfodlts. 5 a of the remlolsocnces, her long life.

r TboJ latest invention' In the}t whIehhwlhrewale; Is het;"-propbec7 'of

V\1 of ceramics"is the manufacture of tbe' opening of,, ,tI1e'Civil "War. which &:K ,
line and mandolins from porcelainwellknown !- was given 'at a dinner to 'N wi York T, '
t'S' ,manufacturer or.tbe / When-a1-.SewardsntertIneusome, po.

: t'I sen.oi arinas and porcelain organs lIt1 il-frlendiC J8b traVbne o( the ttnt 'POae4taan'-ean t : : : I"te f"through ;t*..
Invented aj>rocess for the Colonial Damei-of the,, TJnlted 'Bthtes., '"*J* "
of' violins ,and mandolliu from el. Uer husband was VIce-Presldent of'}the I,S man- ; ; ;
COUDtt'7man--I' rf..I'-jea" onld,
Some violin ,have'already been 1 United States 'dnrID..TohIUlOO"" ,ad-. : "
I load.'of:
:sawiK haT no'throwgti this
r 1eted.,,pneS .the inventor, hag ministration. At his death In Norwich' : ,
mornlog.' Moon I e:1
., oryletterspatenorthe; .am'e' In, In,1880 he bequeathed 00,000,to.Yale; ...;.
. t ,ferent;countries.' ., I "t I I subject to a. life. 10CQIDe ,to his widow:' A, e., -_. -_i .. O..ptalatl i ,
l v ,: : lJI "1; der"thIsprocess" the IQltlUI, ' oiahtr I This bequest, by the term. of:the will .,. MatkIf Burrouirhs, the Howler reporters .
_ 1lT1IdzING1'BY HAItD: raADX. '
I ;T L'llOS$ r: : cast, ;-'and'every 'iolin'11 ,. """."..".'-'"' _. la. for ,the ptfrposeY of establishing'":. ( mention-'to';toe,That be "
: t1n-ied'tr'1\\ a >ueceps.and to be! Unexcelled for done the movements 'of tbe' body"or:; professorship of English common law. had 'witers* cramp'rfon't ask him aar-
t"tr. iMhave, tarots J1at el \'' tfiotltt'lt''ro ft l 4 .more'ttbtef'thatl"the d etIWm-.r1wt latter-quality : the toother *r. nurse' to '!'walking,, or, ,The faintly mansion valued at $25,009.1st thing about 1W \* "S'Leefs"Wb7st 'if- .: > j
1 4ts't; eeeul \,lulf..t'.jakr. vafWdrslApltpiaRsHefe.4At444.k4 : atttat+l f predseltltr*JDIef valuer of Indeed; trio 'sudden' lurtblma-"vr( the r bequeathed, to." ,.the. Norwich Frei w.; 111 :

l, the bf\! 1 : .p r<<'tIeD.! '( tt. baby Itself Jpaj''RrlouI17.,affect ,the .Academy "wy U ,)(ark.":"WeQ.;,I, ,war foollsli npagH :
5 Inning front Minnesota and vnrlonJj }ilvicet) b ebldr! 'hIC'.te' .1IN4.cud sldae7Y :'j' ":: br '
; to'aak :
V : m wlH )t wh 'and he said
:' :j p '-;.Mlles Stages-as;: 'well asv'frttat'.Uusslav.UoJtgary.andptifier.Kurobpap oral _$ tli l rto ,idelAeli ofsd a1.liao.1: : ; ,1'he prodtgal .oa.gftlieraHr bsi 'a betffcr It waa, b ngarilnpsti: .fW:) ,nn>n.rhe ..i
s" / :: countries* } dghbreletleenVlt tnQieotdsltgljw(11Qdlle itktbe+pr'sdeetim.t.bop.,dI ma8t The mortgage toalways''lo0klng'foriom ; chadcp.-of; Betting boine-than.. ;the f4- a th'I=}
and. .front CanadsC.. ,V 7k +a'tWanrVg letphtee ..... WrU4 r n.r-r ''- y ,O"Of". iom'body..... It a lift 'I borrowed, umbrella.: : !* .IIi' ,.w pIit g' .' '

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TjB K"iItIIH66Val/ u Gazette STICK a pin here., The year' 1' "" J y S-. ,..,., u. .. u
will furnish the warmest political 100"1 I ) ""'a "gagM'&"'c j'&"'ai ''"si jg<>j 'v''> J ":'*- "' """ ;
I "r' T. HON. NO t1ttlBUIHSDBVBKt if ;
'. .. paign Florida has ever seen la the
Five Per: Cent. 1
democratic But the
party as people
,. .. _ee'ln Valley Uaiette tfuliaing, will bold the reins, the:friction: created! *, PQRo-r-HyDODD.,
will do no permanent barm to the I Twenty Year Gold Bonds'held :
i .
J i X. J State. __
,'t W. B. HARRIS, I r "OFKlETOBS.J. . -

.',E. POUND, Editor. Some of the cattle shippers at this I I I AhH patk'f by! Mr.' WiterliovM, waa e t-.r- < c that vi&-have completed arrange
,- .....,--::. .. . pointy from down the river are com"p! :W.wd,Pee Cent., '- ity-.Y,. .r Gold Bond Policy for I. - - pleased to announce Agents In'our city'o (
.... on which l had paid aix ; ExclusIve
get' .rod.tths.rVMtoAoa In Klnlmn*, Tit* ,plalain at the' ,reatment they sometimes : each. Thl. form of.naual payof Weare by which We are made '
t *s Mooud-elM.mall_'-w. receive from the railroad 'company 1 I .1.Ia.unnc.Coinp.nxJrf.Ncw.Vork.ajMlI: :. =and Introduced b Th. Motiui: iml.waa. o "'Dorot.hY Dodd' Shoe that Is now. .causlng'so( ,
for th new
I Beb.orlbs" win pi*,**. notify U>II 0""' 11 alleging 'among other thing m.ntof then pollq' ."' will LUM Ira '
; .ttbe fall to get the paper rtiiruiwlT.Maununieitloni onelhoua.nd dollar 5 Per Cent Yw*' big sensation an over the country.
rl .xe.ot from;our.\lLb",- unnecessary delay In.shipping and gold .on4., the| Inome from which.lll Vi! .S5! a "dir'
1;<0'I.. p004eu .JDU.\je..' Ue4... .the furntahingcaratoosnallJ .. thUum-.''.Jl5JOT r for ''psljlnnat. The fade of the ga e. hDo'rothy Dodd Shoes ' remarkable for more than
.., : will_M. he sad *! twrtt ,, e.'ii C ,,,
.., )r11.rectspalled d. m.U.r will Dot be'return.**'"stn... ber of cattle they are to carry,;a.s ;; .1 (Iuu.Lipai.Rr.r1 AMI IJ.+ w dif ;'faultless fit "-they are blilt'upon; IpecftJca:
.. '" tinctivebeautp
7 1 Th.MMtor I. It nosi.panilble for opinions. the cass Tuesdaymorning.<<: As almeas-. '" who--has-' -made a-stlldy'of'wornan1. r.,-.
_ pr..dbycorrerpondenm. tl furnished by a woman ''''
q of relief old cattle '
ure we are> the people shoe" ,
AdrertUlnc r ut ra.f be.bad on.application. yon desire to know oa whatterms j. quirements.. are a womafl'e'idea.o."the. perfect .,
I contemplate establishing a ferryon '' r.c. Th.v
'.OB.CRIPTIONRATE&: the river below, and then driving you can contract for the ptfrchaaeof 5 Pet 'I l r and facilities of this house have been exerted -.

.On* ona ........... ,. Yril. their cattle Cent..Cold Bojids, deliverable An the knowledge (
eopy. y..r .t. ; to Bartow for'shipment or to
r ODD oopr, nix month....:........,... .,110 yourselfIn 1 the claims! of the"Dor6thy Dodd"Shoe. ;
On copy Wee.month,..,*, .-... ..<... ,211 all the way to Tampa if necessary twenty years ''or' to Your family with I. viev6to'testing
subtilesomething' that.1ift.: lp Caa of your death, state find that It pOsesses hat : ,
Friday.. May. .1,.' io3'. 'the-growing'Of"celery on eclentifloprinciple. the : ,V! -e In. all
amount of annual easily\ superior
: ..will probable_ engage the attention .. income you wish J "' it above the commonplace! ; thatit Is so .

or.a number of our people next: ,*o secure for yourself,twentyears hencefad .-' = QUALITIES and of,VALUE ,
'- Hon. C. B. Collins, former State' season. They have seen the possibilities"of your:. birth ""'' },. the'polnt T beauty. of FITTING

Treasurer, died of consumption at.hU of the crop demonstrated at San .r, + that we five it bur unqualified endorsement. .

'home at Punedln Sundayuilgbt.WE ford, where the natural advantages .... ,. i i i (

SIMPLY rise tQ remark tbat not all .for growing:,the crop will. '.not begin'.to Nassau Cedar/'William -- -- !

the aspirants for Congressional hon- compare with'those here, and they desire Sl. ,New York N. Y. and Liberty 9 We have the shoes 'no W' 1- ,

ori In this district have uncovered a* to try the crOp 'along' the same, CECIL., WJLLCOX Manager tl r :

yet So don't be In a Hurry to vote. lines. We have the soil, ,thu water Jack on'YUle, F,a. 'otr exhibition at our ,

"We want; and the climate; all else needed< to M. TILLEIt. Agent KIsslmmee., FlaAmericanBeauty 1 store. We Invite you-to__ .___ 'p j'
the factory that Tsonvertsour
make a success as great here as there it.
' call and them "
; see ;
rain materials Into finished pro- : .
Is (
direction of
duits," says the Times-Unions: Thatis -- application of brain and muscle 1 will afford us pleasure '

what Arcadia Is clamoring" for and that are by far the most potent factors j and( E C.. Corsets o 'd..y..olLtJlc'opportltltity ,

what It must hfcve to "become a city;of In all such matters., 7 to see these much-talk- -, '
great proportions.-Desoto News. I :
any ed-of Shoes.g .
Well ,said and applicable to all Want the Old lAw Restored. j I Exclusive __ __ __. . ,
other Inland towni'of the State. -designs and L __ .. .
While In session here thp W. C.'T.: .
U. passed resolutl. in latest fashion. I r :" '
a which each
NEW SMTENA'te ;'aio.log. for a able models. ) ;

{y Fourth of'July celebration, and from' a local petition unt'onae to the"requested to circulate Over 90 new '?WE HAVE W DAN N.r1
Legislature askingthat C
the number of her. people, 'who have and up-to date t,;
s been appointed on committees. It 'appears \ , the petition publication' law select W EXCLUSIVE SALE. .
styles to -
be1 restored. Under this law which .
I ,
_. to have the unanimous support rf
+ of her entire'populatloo.. That's the wg..amended in 1899, an appltpapt\ for: from from.selected Made "'.... ,..... :00.... ,....." ".... ,...., ,...., ,...., - "..... ".....

for town to to 'do license tdsellliquore wasjrequlred to ,' _
I; way any got' along:, weaz -well
get a petition of a majority the relt"llltered .- . .--,-- ?
anything. niay say, pub- fabrics and -' -- -- -
? f ,
of the I
voters precinct where. -
lie sentiment.the-1 most: a '
worthy enterprises
-' license was prayed for each ajgnatbre! every pair yl'E, --.i-
to ;With it almost '
are liable tail/ has our liberal #
any can'be. made to succeed. to ba witnessed by two persons. Allamended'.all guarantee. .
the endorsement CALL ON. -
'In' an advocating foulnessprogression needs is the affidavit of three applicant .. .Ass to see 11 <<. ".' a

l,rt ; for; White Springs/ Editor respectable citizens that the applicantis them. . k\\/r FOR. ;' .0. tl

J, Caldwell, says; "Unfortunately twenty-one years of age, a sober, }3 rr ft 9: 7ir r 'tT. m k&GKZ(Zmm 1ZHS Z4C 4> .

'." \"" ...'X the inhabitants 'of' small, towns are'usually ] law abiding citizen and of good char Kalamazoo Corset Co.KALAMA200 A

_ r like;: a great big: lamll," of acter. Of the matter the Union i says: 1Cxelus: ..... .' CLOTIIING. Goods-

,," ,unruly boys and girls-one half of "It is plain to be seen'from the above);' MICHIGAN J- Dry ,

,them.... generally out of sort,'and that the present law is weak, and that Sold and r.coend.c1 bjr
.P'y', ..,.; fcune" <*e<'*<**,
.4 pouting at the other half; but whet an the 014} law_was-much better, in that it "". ,

l;, 'h opportunity for the betterment'otour; gave the voters of, a precinct some H. O. Stanford. i4"! '1. '

.. town Is 'pro ented. let us shake the voice In the matter: and that the old .. .r J1 a 11r'llpr3>r'33 r

'puokerout of our lips and improved it, law, or something better,' should replace -

Is} even though we should fight each other the present law.'? In the petition .- "
"Ilka "1.allel'" dogs.the next minute" to the Legislature the suggestion -

xl Is made, the substance of which is they; ,
learn that.the motor at the eleo- -- -
desire incorporated in the law that e
i" trio light plant! has now about all the
"the Board of County Commissionerof
i .load It can carry, and as it is .n'old '
r each:and'every county shall, at,
machine the town council should sup: the Old StandardGrove's
their regular meeting in June of each t
addl.tlonof! and every year, revise'the registrationlist

of each election district of ,the !
',f.' needed, not only to keep up with the .. Tasteless Chill Tonic
"fi"'tt, county, striking therefrom the 'names .
I fp'owingdemend on the plant, but in.fas .
of the
disqualified for
\ y:. tt is needed to keep the present "persons,, any',; '
} : .
f. ''.demand,up to a first class standard. "cause.Such are the salient features has stood the best 25 ears. Average annual sales .

The old machine has reached'lu limit' orthelrpetition ) .
and no further expansion: is possible which Mr..,R. J. Howard has over One and a Half Million ,bottles. Does t,his' record '

'' with it alone.HEPRBSENTATIVK. .' doubt in charge it is In the,local option Without law a: ,No use'to' fight fire'', with playthings. : of, merit; appeal toyon; ?' No Cure, No' Pay._ _ 50c.Kodosed .

: MoN ame8',has Introduced ever on the statute books ,and beats Better protect your property : with every beet!.Is:Ten Cent Package of CfcOVTC BLACK ROOTLNLIt, pld.8- ,.

.., 7 :,. a bill (111 the House providing the dispensary measure every. day and byINSURANCE

It I't 'that allln.uran08" State build- all the time. ,I IN A GOOD COM- ,. ,-- - -, .
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r-fi tD<<. and of all the, counties of nth I e n PAN '
_ rr Y' State of be by carried Insurance by the companies State -Itself as Instead at: <'\1:t take this Cards method:of i.Thaaka.of expressing: my f You cannot find) better than - To: :Cure. "a' Cold in One Day :;

( \ .
sincere thanks to, those in my agency. Policies cost .
present. The ideals worthy of serious neighbors, friends ..
,' r Consideration by the law-makers, and and citizens generally who labored so little but,are very valuable.: Take Laxative BrOIHO Quinine Tablets.SevsaMtmoakotesaoMbiaastiaBsaatha. PH on every

;while the verbiage, of this particular heroically in an endeavor to subdue FIRE WILL' OCCUR, ThIs signature (9. :I".c.Q"I" oz. 2Sc.It .
w bill I t"c rjlng the idea into effect would, In the fromWblle\ my'residence_was, burning no matter hdvir careful you may be.
,'! '# ;end, save thousands of dollars to "the. Friday night. The spirit which promp. ItIs.wisetherefore to, be insured. .
l/ I will be talk
") .' people, and should become a Isw.Tbejhalf ted the action was noble and bespeaks glad with you t x t t .
about '
Life Fire Accident -
M or : Insurance

' 3&. and quarter page, ads in To their each generous and all, open-hearted who .assisted natures.therein ., Fidelity' ,Bonds. or. Real. Es- 0r r
ti;l ''''.''.1tI1e'looal paper. are* the worst ,shots tate. '
_ 1 am extremely grateful. < MAYNARD LUMBER Co.ISawand
'}:; .. any town, can give the' mall order, >oj' J. F,"0'B.KRBY:' .i IJ: M.< W'LLSON..JR.' F
i .
: .. .
,: f," ;bouses;- Tbey4ellof-.goodti.jthecue- .f'
'rt, f s7< tome*,can see before he lets go of,his: EnrrOE'VAt1Ey'OAzETTEtAllowme : s.i Reduced: Hates to Savannah."Souiherff : .- r

: .' ' ;taoney. The, merchant 11'11.0.baa. good : space in your ooluqan8to return : ;"BaplUf; C6nvefttI6nnandAuxiliary ; :' Planing Mills '

1'. :: .',.;ij,' fresh goods, sells them at. a,'' small my thanks to those who so' kindly as Societies, Savannah,. Ga., ..

;"- rf"q ',;, ,margin of profit, and advertises In .a I sisted in keeping my residence from May 7.14tb,1003.. Atlantic Coast Line : Now in o Complete House Bills Furnished.

'.": straightforward, honest way takes being destroyed Friday'night. offers rates one first.-olau fare plus 25 ,. t'Yellowaud, PitchPine.. Timber 'and Lumber of all Klndi.FTT .. ..
G '.): t r 'the most 'vital way of heading off they Without their assistance it would cents for round trip tickets from Montgomery : '

_ ...:f; /,' ;teal.order houaet.-Exchange.WKhOUl . doubtedly have burned. Therefore un-I AI anl;-Lak.,City. Jacksonville OR37ERB, ."IJEJ: :) :t'ROMI'TI: Y.
and ,intermediate: points to be
feel under lasting -
myself obligation "
adottbt; Kttsimmeeriaoneof'the ; them. .,J .. . old May 6-7th inclusive from other ,
.F',""I ,; most:' pleasant' town* in the to BespecCfuHy'O.. '' points Map fTth aclulie,. wtl.h,.. ... .
>t : State as a'' 'place of residence. Herr C.. PEELER.For turn limit Mar 2oth. 1903. "- -----._. '
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t :people are, as a rule; sociable, .kind, By deposit of ticket by original purchaser 'f-
Those Who. .Live o.. Farma.Dr. Miss ids M.Trawaanw. S'n
clever, neighborly e
'!; ; with Special Agent Savannah
v.',' those who do ., Uergln.' Panna,' 'Ills., writes; III '
not"possess all these between '
tbe'bour .
of 8 8 Jbpe.7a Ea Clab
't 4I.' a. m. and p. t E.4 Art ..I'Yl !
-' '*.7OTjalitles,but they are few in nutabers "IJhaved.used-'r.oomi Ballard's eDcf'-It.i Snow Lin: m.-&ndupon'ps; )rnentof.:.fee_.O( .00 -If women would pay More attcatloa tJ>
Wall went; .always :m.i their .health,
;.11't mundane localities have them. cents at time of deposit, extension until . State Bank Kissimmee w* would hay mor* happy
6' )f'1UI. \ If the'place had po" other ,attractions friends as I am confident there is no June lit may; be secured., Exoel- wives mothers and d.uthtnssad W Ky
p.: ( 1'IfY i team excellent qualities better made. It is a dandy for burns." J -' would ebauw" **"J .. other, people train service quick schedules. that' pp ..
.. i j. u the docton
}- : Those who live farms = de set
+ on especially
pronounced .
In .
so a degree would .
"' ' make The month of May,in Savannah' Ii. ( Eiifrr ** ""., JMa.
i''i# true.the assertion mad. above, ,Ady liable to many accidental cuts, burns very delightful and with the number; lof. , .
'ded to the and bruises, which heal rapidly wh.nUaUard' ,, Offers to --.ultJl\I with ...
good qualities of her peoX1'1 of adjacent resorts a visitor,'cannot Customers' .Every Facility rhea Illy .w".1Ido
McEJrq' .,
Snow'' Liniment is w.I 01 c.ctur... ,7.
applied. Th
> i t> pie are (he best water' la the state, fall to enjoy the trio.: ., : ;Consistent with Sound management lford's BlaclL-DnuJht: ;ucI .. I Seek It s.4
Iehurcbe.Of, eye' It should ilw.'bekep'.. in the house .
denominations haws ...
Ticket ..
one : agents will'give fun information. ... T' ._ ''r' nary to Junk Mm for.M.
tot for cases of ,eineraoeoc 25o CM and Iffa
the finest counthigh schools : epeNd to
t the 'W. J. Craig, Oen.'Pass: Agt. i< .' up ins with rutontI MaltI.

:'.\..|,:',. fJ.i'Mate,played streets,'paved sidewalks LOO at Osoeola Pharmoey, Wilmington, y., C.J; W." H.; Leahy;, < .Personal, Attention_.> -* to. -AU, .Business. ,Intrnated to ,U.... uclit. oaJy loOk three .onth. to stn... '.
',: 'pB-aasv lawn and vacant lots, flowergaens Dlv. Pass! 'Agt.,Savannah, Oa' \. WiDe of Cardul llu t fatercl t.h8
Material S.. .
Pilodag For .
, .tti ,,) ,,:& Jo.hade.) ; treiuv: in .: ,I "4 -"N. B. menstrual functiOD..d .a most sa

i'. }'?l 'abundance,'beautiful orange groves, One '70C0L'WAshington. Hand.. Press. ,World Wide Reputation..: '-> CARSON ,:OA.H..B.. : tonishing bale for womea. > It. ti

r. f.,,dll ,
.One 9x12 Old Style Gordon Jobber archleved of the
that,'in' many ,other pieces -, a world wide reput&t.lon..i illDt.wbjtea and itJoodilllr.l Ii
rasar;,and even": make "the* good :old 2500.: being the best'of all worm' hood! PjBLwtlei1 PProachiBg womaa-:
: One Paper Cutter 18 destroyers, zflpi __ during after childbirth b, time. a season-of torture and Utility inch- influence pregnancy .
and for its tonic and
;,r' :.....d.,;Ia'fine,we have s6 many, of practically new, atO.OO'., '' unthlrfty 'children, ... it on neutralises weak and QR. MOFFETTygauMMBirc Dl>I616 1,' qneatly bring ohanmlife.. n ass,"It homM.years. fire- ',

,t1NRy6danddesirsbl..thingsof life Several Imposing Stones, :almost thathave been barren for
the acidity or sourness of the stomach;. AUIWlNEo'CARDUl
".*moot.jhalf ,of:,wbl >h have been ,for their,room.; I Improves their digestion and assimi Chlidna el AsrajS p N C.ed en 'I.oo,boobs CIf wino .
.... above f.''' ,A:'bargain In each Item., ;
D. and so of,?the bad action of food, strengthens, their, nervous a8
.*4 uadssirable. ,that we put our town For. further1. particulars address: system and restores them to the .ilsera

4tyM oe of the:paost;,beaatlfult ',and VALLEY OAEETTK.Mr. health vigor and elasticity 'of spirits 1 ,r Ihs L1fid ea4 ] ;

*I: l p-v." a liar fsiiqi >saljaoonteadieftooe ;'and Mrs.,A.;L.,;''Kent' left today natural to childhood. 26e at,OaoeoliFharmoey. a .. .1.

'J<;. t tMltb ....IeOM t.aM. ;... w tOI'W e4owee; la,:thelrtvrmer home, : ." '" \ 7 et r$ iSc b C 1, et M .. ......
TaelsVsBne'winter r.t. ___....,,:. .... Care. f tl i and 141w..and TMwh. 1 Rsm.v
. 9t :1 or....sum.. ... and we are sorry to ,report, will not Worms. atd "
.r' '' I Send uyourt Job works' 'We guarantee g'COUNTERACT* A OV M 'A ..** line
.ot. [ Gf.
... 'f --3r ;: return to.Klsslmmee. to MveT .,, i 1"* ; .att. aotIoa.. ..;, _5V: !H$ [FICT5 Ot!7 [ MAT UPON_ Tt a {1'.7 I1 pall'pal'&Dteed"Battle-Az'* Shoos.. Bv-
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The Kl' Iffiineo Yalleu Gazette Of ate (be shoes for ladies made; .1k $ a+w'rit f:'Ou4hl., ." .. CoounitteM irom': the -vtt M' ,Sun-.

\. ,. 1 ., .The 'DorothyDodd"U: best I : ''granvotbtber Mrs.: 8./ ,' E. 4i$ Sobools ot tide plsoa have. ..been'' ....

, ;0. I'. 'TELEPHON! NO..1t, Of this fact. u'll surely agree. -. 1} appotet taconsldec nuMferrof, aBpnday .,, +
,''' '
; School pionlo. ''A joint Meetlug1 -
,, If.'ll. only'gtpe them) a tut. city 'p ker1 has received ''a of the committees was held> at. the '
iFUBLIsHEj) : EVERY: FBIDAY.eiovk. ?}/ Sold only by Oq.Wr t Of the.celebrated. ..Orange High School building' Monday' after-:; :Our: ;"Olai11ls
f .r .1'. f. U' noon at which U was decided in favor 1
POUND;& .. A" .. a.t Wade, tb8 tuners Orlaodo4.. honey. "See their l adv,' of a.UQ km picnic'May nth, :and-De.J, | .
1 ,
''At".Oil'beri. 'went. 'I( Einloe 'lett"'forlief home Leon springs the ; '
place provided
: to,, Tampa' rates '
?, D1HKOTORY.'' 1'' day night. .., having spent the. winter fan be secured that are reasonable.1A I .. ---.. ':;":'-;: r ,
:Thom committee of Prof.; Wood,Lee Ban...
; =o.
,,,"1f.r.npr.v.CHt',tit. 11 a.m. and 7 _.:-- "'. ohIo Prayer. .tnoetlntlDf b".bo! Hay and grain In large'or '. daughter/Mrs. F. dy and'J. E Pound was' appointed to, Some'shoe'.*tl'"the'best ,poi on ...*. :'

.very Thursday .venl at 7 rf. m. quantities t Bohool ':4&Sunday 110Btmrt ' keener, one .of Osoeol's. ,.uo t was>' done through the local 'It Is not} our part to dispute the .statement'. but simply'to. pat
-' 3..: r. "EI.L.. Putnr.OHUnOH .. The best .estimate of i'mama farmers'was in town '&&'8n'.. As yet no reply.has', been'.received ; 'before
C.lta.KI. rr" last San
Frl Partrw.FreaehloH public--
ComnioM The
ever, Hundavll ... .....wad 7 p. m.Yonnk lact.e .Is the( good opinlod of those thoa rh.they hope and believe, 'j a' \ ,
Peurir'a ......1111 ..80 ?>. m. Sunday : whom he has lived. and made this. office a pleasant' the rates will be so liberal that all woo 7"$3"' J sense w1tJr oursubmit reaeontherefor, and
Sohool 9.4S .. m. Prayer u.kun(sari Thurt- desire ; >
day p. m.;. Vlnlton al.aye w. Dame Attorney J, 'Se.rele" ax few -t cap: go. y ..s1.j the result to the unbht
81' Jost". bJ.u....Cae.e.ArCBde.ennbey ., to know that J; N. Cal- alarm of fire startled our. people i' 'that tribanal
R rtor.-1*, .1.* VTury Suixlrr ago for. Miami here be expects teed judgment of
.,. paornlu.M11..u.da7Nehnnleep.m. run forced by illness to, return last Friday oiarht about. 8 o.clock. u
r t? Tealni f rtloe h, the H 9 wr Mlrd and JourtSBttndtyt cate.. '.We with him weU. I ome'ln this & streets the glare of theflames Soles We claim to i sell
place < few days sowed
: of each month. ,
that the conflagrationwas I
< Trade with the, advertisers. "" ""
p..n..lul Cno oiJ-Dlvtn "0",11111In/
I ..T.rr flralHunday and third "CdDrtay. in each ire, generally, the best merchants in 'South KUsimmee. Thither Like Velvet f fl b6ttefSh06:
month.. Mornlnf .rTlc. Kvcn- they made their when the residence
at a. .Mrs_ ....Murdoolc of Arcadia, way .
,. IDA aarrlo at 'roo.c. m.Bnudaj.. Bohool at most deserve.your trade., otJdr..J'. F. O'Berry was' seen to r
a. m. c. K. at :15 PrayerUMlInc been Visiting 'relatives. .'Than.tbe ;
p. m. :
1i : \deft to wrapped in flames. The bucket TenderFeet ; I
Vhtindu or nlnit at 7:60p: m. Everybody "Edgar Perdevr on Monday 1, .
to( .omtoordtallTlnTlud toatiendtheaeNrrlo.L are here for a few day's. brigade (got Into the -fight in short order ; ; _
r.Q.. HAIHT Paitor.ALEX Orlando where be has accepted a 1 .. 'Dann. "Utyg! Sh06 onJarth"
S. E. and though they made a valiant .) ,.. ITNAT
UATIIVKOJI BupUof'S. sition.with UieDftily;: neoort "
? + is attend the effort could do" save the
--. ._....L.- :...._._. . If th..oulIlle.. DOW on the, trees Mating- BUIl..r.. Cane going Growers to '' Con bouse, -yet did succeed in saving; the ... Ours ,jis 'i'THE'QUAtlTX ; dUEE$
most Of the furnishings, in.
Official" Weather Report.AV.aa not la keep TNI. *;
_"_TIIIP.aAVU.a-wing damaged some way the on the 61h'!+ a 'delegate from leg the adjoining property, which was the'name' and
.. will be an unusually Jarqe One.Ilughey county' 9 and 8. In imminent danger, from burning.The .- reputation of which is suhl&
..t ,.T Cm I>*. .nn .. April 23 11108.c *** on May 7 ,
i loss sustained by Mr. O'Berry is +
,' ...,.:._..; ... Itaill', : '&; I rattoa. sold Bratton'left 6n Tuesday for estimated at 11,800.0U'with 9900.00 Insurance. clent guarantee of.its- 'quality'", ] 11 .:
-''D 'aIL bunch of horses,, about twenty home'' In Missouri, having been .. discovered in TRADE MARK'.IS --queenly-r- a ga 1 highest;
---:. -:--- I to paroles.Lakeland this week. attend the bedside'' of his the second story-by members 'of the BRANDED) ... eON
Mda'. :.... ..: 74 P . family after they had retired and it is aVE"V' best.-- '..h' ..without .Its;''
1 .aturda7........ ; 78 61 'f. I Miss Emma Morgan's Sunday who is.not expected: ? to live. supposed that it originated. from a SHOE. . would count 4;
.. ,. .100 &II .. clasi; by Mr. '" 1 no;
chaperrdnea How ..
dJre invi defectlv.lIue.
Band1ay..a. t. receipt of an
114' e ... Exact I .d.4114saitluls f rU the*.'
Tae.da'.,........oj.... Rl AI! ,"... enjoyed a'plcnlo at Maple. Grove 'the May 'U -.19.: Festival, and - more than any other. but \this 1

J j, TI1I1rod.W.dne....?'........,.. .tll 18 M 61. .\,......,' Saturday. . BH at Ballast. point May 18-- a.wwv.'' ''''.a wwwwa+s 'stood. the,test ,of time end service and proven that ,the, giving It

"Wlll has 'moved his ulee'Frances : the wa'-Indeed thought In the ,fitness"pfthingi, '
Jasper on Dodge, formerly :-name a'happy '
.Z.' entPsoN. -P. a.J Locals
Business, '
J ., cycle Shop.across the streetInto place, is".1. manager. no better name for It couldbe found.. Made to fit, made to watt,,

Friday'1 ,May' t, 1903. room formerly occupied by Bass has purchased Lot, 3, c.watiaw.a'a' nvwwM st6 made to last; made for comfort made:for health; made bf: best '."
', '
.,' son's furniture 'store. See 'h.ll. Bass' Addition The"con-: .. '
J - materialrnoney coule buy'made'by; : most skilled workmRnSand'on
: :
1m another cohll a.; Is io ba made : .

4 Our rates .Insertion of advertisement bl.John Tyn- :Standard Patterns at Ka1.I'a.r:
the t.Ler'ort' Mr "Ab" Bell of this place,' Taunton, M....,- and the 'sale correct principles., Sold under guarantee and at priceVtHaV;

,"vthl. page among is. ten cents reading..per line each In., has been railroad building in by his agent at 'this place, For real bargains go to'Stanford>. cannot be raat quedi rfer quality where we. .count' our',9t.quantity' ,r rand

'..rt.loD..7 for year or more-returned .,, ", :ao.yds'. 4-4, Sheeting, $1, Stanford' the only true value o/ any shoe. ;
to spend a leave pf absence Lamb (I.c.r..111JZ' his arm-la a
Stanford. bat Just what you want,In .
!' IAS 000000 00 his. friend! 'and relatives f' $ result.of. a fall from'hla'bi:- new style Oxford's. _. FOR 'SAL. ,IN KISS1MMEB ONLY: 'BY: .
-- da ,which dlilo- L 1
"News. :There I U' considerable demand shoulder., night; Dr. Thqmasson Battle, Axax Shoe a specialty. at.Ouloe. '
Local '. houses In Klssknmee and. the. w & firauon's. '
: bun and glad] to know H. C. StaffordThe
we are
is that those who have "to
r money An line Mm .
Injury"was no worse. : 'of 'a Straw :
vest. do the advantage of Ilata 'at..Stanford's.Old ,
,, '
requested to give notice that .
creasing.the-nutaborofj-esl .
., The care we take the atty.Whose. the bicycle ordinance will papers 20oper hundred at. the .1

Is for your sake. j who have heard Dr. enforced. If )' a bi y'alle"OazeLt.e. oniceu, Originator ot .Low Frlces. , .In' ,Klsslmnwc.! \ ,
KUsimmee Drug Co. and are not looking for troub Stanford Is sole
agent for'DouglassBhoes
er's ..monl.lnce1 -has been ;
'aft May 1st. had better look up''t.hll law at Klssinunee.- yr,
Say that, altbouah'now in his

p The dry weather continues.. year, he bas l lost none of hl ,yourself' ;'',"upon its require-- : See and: -'price those Summer: Suits .. IF .. ,- .._.: --

C' II- Send u.... your Job printing,, power that made him. famous .in loft with at Ouloe A Drattou's. '".. R
Ad. Gilbert ,the
i 1
d'' The plcnlo seaion approaches.t. years gone by. ) .for lake Okeechoble'io Try a pair of Queen'! Quality Shoes.: r -.-

Shaver 10 cent*--D.: T. Toi mer. On Sunday: last Dr.1'Breaker: le.II'.. Sam Fletcher,... Dock ,Sold .only by Stanford., "> "' : -

Mrs. D.. C. Lee went up to Orlando ized a Suaday.Schoul Center "d a Mr. Gibson, of Tampa: Subscribe for ''T e Designer,fl'at.. g NOW !\ >A
with thirty odd members'!! Prof. .
Tuesday. learn Intend .establish them- SOcts,per-year, at KaU's.

Bunter handles the beep 'sTDilceola. ton was chosen superintendent; several business 'enterprises} 'A beau1.iful'Une of plain and figured 6O"V
Josepfi Barclay, assistant'Will. I
Pharmacy. ,- Lawns Outer Bratton's.Your .
at &
ber secretary and :Miss Nancy. : leave FOR- : :
weeks of the O, _M. Fraiurehas_ a of ,
three spring
Only more .
and '
3r la
Treasurer, carriage more '
of several day* fronrtili du I ''
term of school. I graceful when you wear a. Dorothy I PRICES WILL BB RBDUOBD, OUR. :''BNTIRB, LINBi'A
c"ltI ONE
-a; W. R. White, a pioneer conductor, whlth' be will spend ..' '
sale L
Dodd" Shoe. For only at C. W. I
You can a good Shave for 10 .. '
get the of its. former .Sur.or.
county, one .t.ln. Jacksonville.
ru and Dann's. 'Phone, No.-4. ,
cents at the new Barber Shop. ., and a Confederate, Veteran the; time he will receive tre.t.- . I .
l Indebted to will pleasecall; and'
me ;
t '' Subscriptions received for '"The Designer' I"' persons : tr
*-v The County Commissioners regular In town MondayVe; learn he throat disease. from a '
spec. Kati's. their accounts, 'as same must be. :closed.up
BOo At
proofs ; per year. .
1. meetlng,nextMonday. here perfecting of' his the cities. j

l i. Headquarters .for sewing machine a pension from the State a. a MAt'M' ame. of:baseball are" in pros Stanfordba.just received a new j a
?.. oiL'1... W L80N.' In the Lost. Cause' Klsslmmee lot of Spring Dress Goods Call and ." 04 "' l ,
on the Oth-the ' l '
Tuesday next it regular ,day for the Importance of fresh'. air to the. the picnic of'the railroad em' see them. j J U W'W..A' 'T. :; ;'S, :, ''O'N';

School Board meeting.Attorney II.to1d'.bout. in "C.,., of at Sanford.' The' "Kids". ire Just received.. "new lot of Embroideryand j Vtr'EixdrElt
Lace. Oulce & Bratton. '
'Sam' Fletcher! of, Tampa Issued by the-Medical) '. for a game in the morning ,. '

,' was In KUsimmee Monday.) the Mutual Lue'jnaUran08' ; first nine will play a team .The handsomest line of Spring and .1 ...,

.There is nevera .better, time than of New York In the afternoon\ ; Summer Dress Goods 'ever offered intown -. ... ---. -, -'.. ... ..., '. .
those who address. home at Kats's. .
Aught be tt{1dean' \ .
NOW to do'a thing that,: to aggre .
.. the Company ,
Nassau i peelaf.; '
done. juvenile 'ball tossersi.had, : .- Foa BAtao.r-All my choice lot of potplants i '
Jlam and Liberty Streets, New enthuslastlo meeting at the at reasonable prices. Mrs. E.P. . : ;' >*-,"W
Wibandle fresh' meats-beef, pork? City., .' "of Mrs. Oliver Monday Hall, North Ktsslmmee. i. : tOYat b. bW., and solicit yourpatron ,
mutton; .
ti At a':preliminary! contest held I ,. 10.
' .
i r " W. 3.'W ARING.. t.he7.accepted challenge Don't wear last, year's when .
age.' ', April 10th the following pupils of J to play a'game here! to you can get a !"Dorothy Dodd" shoe .
Some: of the c.t.- -ermen are pro- nigh School won places/ the They, at course, feel. con.:, with style rig"ly b.t up ,to now.. Sold on- Tho npson's: old S.taxida'J4. .

t paring to /establish their camps 'onI&topoga medal contest", 'which11 held being able to "wlpje.tho'eartb' ; I by. C. W. Dann. ..' d _

,Miss Maude lake.: Ootwalles entertaineda the Misses closing Mabel exercises Parker,of. .I vey the' : )their .adversaries.' Store WOOd..,, : W ls.on' Broprietdrt

few of her friends at. a "Flinch" party Llssle Carson: 'and Boy : Breaker' wife of Dr: Breaker, We will furnish Stove Wood, dellv- ,
eI Florl ered to of town'.t. 91.00 per'St.t.nd. ,
t' willing to come U>, > any part '
Monday eveulng. Hurbert Speer, Dave Bryan and :
season of year'and has '
u't' P.nlel'delirln2 real( estate in Klsslmmee gene. Bryan.The .- be allowed to defer- her com .; Bicycles I cleaned and -repalred Full: 'U"Sun.l : m **
will do well to" communicate. north .bound paskenger 'You Know What You XreTaking ,
October, The Doctor\ has r. dries.a.lways'on. Good ties'' $6.60//der': p*ir., BiM
"OU' .
t with Hurbort Fleming. Tuesday ran over' cow When Grove's''Tasteless *
to'this'and, be 'wlll return for' hire tHe.. kttttt'ttt't't'11'11"t'Jt'1""t1"1tttt'ttt1'Jt't'tt1111, a' '
by hours ay'.or' we \ '
below the of.which le't.he ;- cycles .
formula is
We are pleased to" know; that town carcass in,Charleston early: ''next Chill': Tonlo becau M 06.
;;; Gilbert' Sr., who has been quit.doll corolng entangled In-lobe under, J) until the tine Indica plainly printed' every. bottle showing syr
: Is Improving. '; of the ears was dragged into town that it is slmpl, .Iron and Quinine J fiIr

p ,I1C.recently 8t&nford has a new advertisement dropped near.the depot. Almost'. they. expect,to'return togeth la a tasteless .form.. No Cure, No ' "' " '..' tllllt .

: In this-issae .we wish to' direct. Cry one'bone In the times body and had the been,flesh'', of citizens of this county, Pay. 60o. .S= NORTHKt5BIMMii.! < : _
or more
r-4 , OUI" readers to. ; In ,tbe, O'Berry ,cattle case GRIFFINN.

c ,'Orange Blossom Lodge, No.;'80__, IT been.jrtQUnfl_, .. Into" mlnoe. ___ ...-meat___'7_____ ese_on: motion of the.State,At i I C. W.

",&>. M.:,:will held its regular monthlyoommunicatlon Mr.' 'and. Mrs.. J. K.'Hnilard of transferred to Brevard-fOr-trt-

next Monday night< Lake'were In town Mopday for Tltusvllle'early,In the: week V : "

trading and attending to other sen when .the case was! _called
The new card game: with VFllnch'the, has of a business nature' ', The 'cattle over which ,i nifscRlmonst i' fancy family itOcjie 1 1'FEESe 2K.

become very' popular,and everywhereit ;,ounlt'people.of own a very fine grove oq the arose, ,were'driven there last I Ancr4ur'ConpoUNDHD' .

,.1QThe which we .M pleased to know, is, Ii la estimated that this change I
Is flinch; flinch flinch:
If't very fine''condition; nod 'proml .will cost this' county $500 or
' '
1tit"( many friends' here .of 'Fred, D. bountiful yield this season.' Mr.:, ::. :. :MEtA.. :?S.l.

'. ...' _Dooge will rel1' learn of his death, Hard is i painstaking; energetic -- "
'O.; Thomason left at to- ''
wbiohoccumdnt'hlrhomen g f >>r r '
If! ;. last -i ewYork low-haasreated bit prOY8'with; .I' '' New 'Orleans''to. ,attend the S= Delivery' every day, 'at.any hour'patronage: solicited.tmuumuuuuuiuuiuiummmumuiimuuiuluuwu.
.J.:. Sundsy.Nelbbor ; care and now has one. r"Ul 'which
').: : 1 Seymour 'Is' quite ,'an' 'exi the States New'- dicaLj Orleans gsoclatlpn, and will,talte a :? & t { '

pert and suooessful gardener,'who be- A pleasant Flinch , '
party was *course In', the New Or
i'I : lleves' In variety'' potatoes at the pretty, hospitable> home of c'l". The Association .,.. :.' ,. ....'. !.l'i-- ,

\: heaps tomatoes,, cuke., eta, Emma' Morgan"last. Monday--,. attended by.the, leading physi -;,..

:t ,.are fine. in honor of her guest, Mill surgeons of .'the country, T'lte" Presonptlott 'Depart--.

4fJi. .r'-- j, Dr. Holloway oemeup: from Carter.roq HolUnfrswortli$ 'of 'Are 41ai ., will h&,../.the op; .meat ': .

I't. ; a vl,H to hI. family Monday..lle,, present were :>1'..: Hunter, Dr, of witnessing. practical dem- '''I Is the-. heart of the. dnitf>store..u 1' CITY BAKErW: :. '

/' expect* to,more': 'hl family I to'tb.t.. son, Messrs .... Lupfer1; and, ,of all the latest means and! It'. existence: : depends upon, .. <-fl. '

:. ,place, as' soon ... the necessary"; arrangements Aultmaoi; Misses" Dupree,I 1f.. known to and .employed:"'by the freshness;' 'and.. quality 'of fm - f isb7 (;; .- -.T.- .1
i can be made, fTen worth, Morgan and .:Mrs. ow science .curing the sick. ; ; the : .sL: "J. '

,f .' cents is all that".I' will cost. you Fl'ulu''Were' served'. to b& gone until about. June : :' :
The occasion'was DRUGS 7iftP' :MEDICINES V i.. ">'
'fors Shave at ,m) shop. You will : greatly enjoyed Fine' ''..

''always find my raaori sharp, 'and: my those present' and the guests feel adv.- of toe ..Rollins .College used, the care taken In compounding 0 43lAPerfcctllealrti*- *t **T'.TtliAw' .
Line .
ava towel. clean.. Satisfaction guaran ,debted' to'I' Emma.for,it.On .- paper and if the pi.rentol'guar and promptness ; ;Ptil1>

+ ..toed-, ..TJ TOOKER.Fires .: Monday'of! last. week the t si child; desire to with' .which' orders are filled.' .'Hlgli, : ,

and heavy'clothing have been year-old "daughter 'of ).fl'. ;'T' : higher,education ,.th.ri': is pos. Patients and physicians avoid'' I. Grade ' '

comfortable; eVery morning for.,week. Farr fell out of a chair at beV ; your county high ..chool..n '.the store where, all these are Canned ] :of ,

,It is an nnusal ooourrence for' the St,, Cloud.nel' as, was upP .. ; ; and investigate" its i not r"rht., -r -,, aramaaauoe6eesArae.6uea/mes taADnrlaa'wcfm.uaua, Crackers ( ".

t' month of April in this latitude, and is the time, sprained. her* 'arm. to your patronage. A'South IL We haye gained.the 'cbnfl.deuce 1- ; Goods -= =:= .. I'" : ., -. .

proving a- very serious thing; especially ' several days hadelapsed; and-not: instltutlqn, almost at your ; ; of the medical profes- > SYf TH.OtTV BAr< Y. ,: i'' , '

j{ to the toe man. 'Iat.lon.'of patti was noticed,.' Dr:. Cbristtan'management; -. don by' using the beat drugs ""1..57: . .- {!.' a
lAD Incipient. flre was ;discovered by "..c led. fill examination. J' [ a;'discipline,:wpon 'the student I, and the greatest care in. ; .fill"; ,"If rOll II

.'workmen the mill Monday morning ed the t&cUh.t.Iobe'Ht.t1e one had ', salutary, and elevating, ; Ing prescriptions :
t1 t .t | ,,1 arige, Hamttt pcfc: >j JU)":uey.
on Johnsoo'..wnarfrwbi, n. they .en fared a fracture of the'shoulder-:-: << a scholarship! equal:and as! . ,
the elbow He gave':itbe' of scope Its the .best.; are some .. .' i iKissimmee
't of 'Joint.-
: f.1. 'Uagulsbed with a Sew buckets .of.wa- i .'rl., C al?' &I 14 8UZ3CsVuLaJ isV .r.a.dry.!
).I y attention' and we the ".'1D'e1hit..commend it to our .. - : J' -- -
,,--r.\tf.rkt'I j tiler.laIt Is supposed to' have' orlgma'ted on the hope road (who. believe. in'patro&Ulng' i?, ; Drug C : l!. . -.; r *> *( 't' r *;:;*>., .. .-.*.*..i ;. W..
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''j" i'Sk .The cotton' yield In Central, ;Asia'J Lmtl TNElFAi What i. the tolor ot tile Empire It!qtrI

J J amounted to'nearly 200000.000 pounds. 7t and when was it .adopted|
I.I of raw cotton. That grown from Atner- ,

{ lean .''seed is estimated at 100,000,000i B1 mmou-pn.ent the lperlAI
_ MD pounds. The regions where been need as
ffOSIi i principal color ('urplt'. .bol
j I cotton 1* now cultivated are the -disI TEST color for the Eptplre stllte. No official

1 I trills of jKergan, and Samarkand. action had been taken a. to It. adopeJlon .

-nl..calpIAJl, region and time Bokhara' : however until the (Columbian Exloeltloa +'
i!nand..Syr-IHi rlan regloiiHt fn' 1803. WMen the Stale. 'York'.
of ",,
I charll'e
ilr ':: ----r.""i 1 11 ... ,. /:. I, .,For Ibo purposes of ,the Irrigation of! New York City.) -Shirt walsUa wade nor dropped out of".sight, ai I usually exhibit: adopted Ja if ...'Ibo color emblem

the' Colesbcrg district, 'Orange River with wide box pleat at the centre and the rasp, Fine deep chenille fringe Empire State...
j Two It.1.he.. thing,, and no ono can' blanie .yon, {or- Colony, 147,000 acres Ila"e'weft\ cquired ; with tuck running from the shoulders aqtllnluK a"very shallow shaped yoke of the

", :'6jr. Knight ef.,, tba 1'ro fi., came stalking It doe. sound absurdl! '' and will enable 10,-. make notable, features 'of the latest 14 lKTomlnsto. very good-:fl ur.' i. .Wh.t rt the :vimate v.lrtff .f coal !t '
ItIIIn't l and !It ) United
down But :;, absurd\ ran. >e S fields l .t the
000 to l be'cultivated providing but fajr from enenpor'onsy the anthracite
looking, mud in
I Simple
<,Th beautiful street* of childhood's town,; done,' amt u si IH tile way to do Jt..Don't 11'FRF.UND.., ..
good IJvlng for 1000 seltlera and their vt make Is a copied from Stated
.Ills shield) gown
was rusty; waa dim I telL* rtwiJLjrl'atJ3+ ( ( : fold' .. i
'And' the ..,llI'Tm.teeftod'frolltbeiaeerof | 1 >lL families; CTho4 iuin7or"5100,00r'i16.-' --r 4 otte'Lady Sybll I'rtmttarworeTittlieconUngofage X1) exoct es ttaate-ofihe tetatcapltal: v
f: . him. here, but .aurprUo them/by. performing IIlf" cult- to mak. a.
quli-ed for the carrying, out of' ;tbo ball --lord-Robber re in- coal land Ii.
'It Into the happy home he went hll. 'bc't'n his It Is of want- varies from *..00 to $:JOOO an
:And the nurse uplifted loud lament, scheme furnished b1 Ute cently gave son. the price
_ t And the mother sighed and the baby cried. .. Rhodes'estate and 'the Capo Agricultural wlflte' accordloned'chlffon. the skirt In acre. In 1880! .an estimate was gl"I'II''
And the fun end the frolio. mado haste to i College.. sun-rcy (effect bordered with'ruchelikefrilling by John Blrkenblne.' who placed It tt:

Foe hide l0 \ *. and falling from q perfectly $io2,0( . there
tgwn never s laugh. in childhood'stender At"Wf.labcidf'n.. the tamQUS ...rmnn fl'.tjug' yoke (>f the loveliest jdwlwwelaco. developed/ land The. .cenalsof i 1AAO
.,, the glance -of Sir .Knight of the r ,watering, }place, an extensive! apparatus, Over tho flnely-plcalcd blouse I lit I Hive 213.03S acres valued at t.t.41i.() : ,

Frown. / hf has: JtiHt l lieeu', constructed for" freeing/ a bolero of; the taw, which conies down. I 110! :. The total average as estimated, JI,
But need, with the sun's. own' dy M .I,j tbe'OrluklDg watifr used In the town. to the "Kklft yoke at the centre front. It by .'William/ \ Orlfflths In The Bond Ilecoid -

t Gomes-a snlendid knight. on strong. while ., JI' -. tuiF .tl'om' ftlhJnJurlnll1@ germs. with the Aid covers. (he front of tho low, siglmr'-rut ISOiJ. I I..* h 7.eu0.iacrea: If we: COIU- r
.* .teed, 'r r of electricity. Electric discharges In a bodice c.nHr..I''l'be: snug elbow sliwtti mate this at ?500 an acre 'Welulu'l:1Uri2,500

.Riding theibeautiful street)" of childhood'. system of metal tubes trr'ticratc ozone, are fllHO of4baJnee. ending In JI' small :: () an alii approximate. estimate
town. '''which passes' upward through towers, flare At the (./elbow A lurpo.choii, of? of the i value,of coal land.

;a Sir Knight of tile Smile*" -has a wineome .. ('onlolnln( :: on rae gravel; the water to white silk ribbon l is at the tjnck of agracefully w-'- 1
face, be sterilized' flows downward draped girdle. '
through ,
.And he scatters flower in every plnee. Ii it 'lrai( Chit women sue iaJTi *
The playmates rally and about and sing tbo same pravol. Nearly DOOM() cubicfeet rrJf 'renhaN.lst... men. C' *" '
iff. And crowdaround him and make him of water can '' Ixpu..lled. In an } that the proportion
v very smart Statistics show
cloth are
kID., I. .' Wlsltq gowns
f e hour, at a cost of nbout $t25. born I*
The and what Is known a* between the sexes of the new
iramee go on, the babln crowr and for tile moment
For they're eeen the but of the angry foe. champagne-colored cloth somewhat 100..boys: : to loegirls.: Boys are t
The" nurse and the mother clap. | tntir rite MAOIO COBtET. j Thofo Who have been tottqoccl and 1'r darker than Ivory white, Is the favoritecolor therefore considerably In excess'' at
t '
hands. who regret it succeed In rl lllnfthl'JJJIIC'lvI'8 .
may amounting to
The door of the house wide open .Und the trickome ; Ut'. end you will nt.ikua of. these marks by tbe following trlmuuHl with'Ioee. (mIl ciubroldi birth.: the male majority
And in and out th. comrade chmuiThero's ,-- cry of'tlie"nme color or.wllfi n touen. C3.000: In every million human belnjrs. IF
-u mo much fun in the dwellinp-placb rcputatlou as n pretty, skillful. : amateur .- .j 'proccxx' ; Pour on-th"- tattooed of pale blue to make It more ,,(,'(1111111! :. Thin sreir.i to rontrniUct, ( the general'
Where all day Ions wcei.a < nmjrlclUn. portion concentrated'solution, or
u tan
t. ao if- to the fad for ) to the effectthat women {
flood There ,U nlup a return obncrvatloa!
thoughts and ,
gentle icreetinga throng, Fill' rtnrRoblet nearly tllU.ot'tiler 111u, timed by means of a needle annlogouH -
And and there dozens. or xtimrt In the majority. This contradiction t
Y r peace end KladnM reign the while, Muck arc are
and place It oil n table (Lett plan1h to that of the tattooer the '
s Voder the glance of Sir Knight of the prick black gowns with ii round or pointedlace In, however explained by the fart that
iNilm of band ovreUho-lojiL.of ADd then r\ib hard nitrate 1.
r Smile. your surface: with a. yoke nail l high clock collar/ nil In the proportion: at birth does not remain
Toulli'a( / / 'OAu.'a SHIBT WAIST. t
Companion.S the goblet, heiidiug dnwiLypiruiiK of K.llver.pencil. There Is formeda
S ---. one and with elbow .sleevesef the stationary, but I hi reversed l "In the' later
i at A right angle Hoar' dowTTTilnl 4>U'tho slough which falls at the end of '
/ styles and are exceedingly becoming. black finished with big |>uffe TJIH GAME OF: 'TWIRLIXQ.Any' ,rill and suddenly ntnilxbti'ii out fourteen or days and the ?
} eighteen oi>-
FAA The very attractive May Manton model sleeves! of laco. there Ii dill an excens' of bo3's. ,.bpi ,
: number of boys.and'girls'mayplay Ungersnever relaxing '& !' iu )lu* white which
your > ,
/ erotlonlenreaonly
a. scar, '
yJ shown Is made of pongce-stUdied with The separatevnUt: that most useful from the a/Ce-ot/ ten to' twenty the pro
thl Tolly t iame. slant the pressure;downward attho end of two months Is Invisible
No materlnlHore .
e. which often adjusts
and"worn la
" corticelll. silk In self color, and practical! garment BO portion between the sescs:; slowly
needed.except a tin or wooden- plate This Action will make n imrliii'l; tea with stock and cuffs of.ecru ION bound opb"flcd to be going out of fashion' itself, and In the third decade'of 1"
?. hum between your hand and tint water, I Gustavo le Bon who has mada many '
with brown velvet. but the design suit and wfilch\ each succeeding scaKot, life the proportion becomes 100 males
nnd you may then mine-your haisdgently experiment with cathode, rays X-rays all the season's silks, wools Hum and lakes! a new.Jrnse of IIfeWl'lIrll; In an to 102.7 female This excess of female '," I.I I.
and the :goblet will stock to and the various forms of rqdlo-actlvlty, the ,
continually. 11ftb..t at ',
It and rise from the table ollnxliic to and wboHe.lnvt-dtlffatlons of such subject "
Rife of eventy; the proportion become
palml: I .
your sji re well known, expregses. In tbo
JOO sales to 122.3 fcmalei.
Would you 'like to know tho. reason Revue SclcotIOql1f'tbe.! opln/oo'thRt/ all 1.

rr liecauoc, by rxhnuKtliiK: stone of the these pbenomena are particular aspects .
ill) What i; the density of t the;. moon!
r air In tho upper .part of the goblet I bo- of a new form of energy, ivldch- (1)) \Vhnt m its distance from the earth? y{
twien,,* water and tho rim you havo although Its manifestations bare been ((3)Vhnt) i i. the time nt il. rrvotntioiT t. '

3 made'tllc air preoxurp ,llff!)iti-r there but recentlyrecognlzed.'la ns commonin _-.S round the earth?' (4> XVlmt ii it* (imine- '
than It Is onlnldet and oitnldirpmu| :, beat. lie ter P. O. ((Monroe, Me,) !

sure, bearing on" your hand aud'jhe( also thinks that clofter study along ((1)) The earth t>bcfoB taken a* a unit, ....

goblet. keeps them togrther. these lines may reveal to us n connecting the moon' density is 0.01; mass 1-S1:

It is exactly the same prluclpi>"(hat link between energyand! matter. volume 1-50.: and gravity, 1-0; that II :si
enables. you to lift a brick) with It wet : '- ". ..-.- to say the earth would weigh as much I'J

leather sucker. You prewi the snc-kcr, J Before the Cambridge Philosophical Q as eighty-one moons\ is fifty times

down, hard on the brick with )'0111'I I Society in England recently( Professor 7 C 'S S larger and pound! of matter at the

:: toot.-n.nd'thllt drives\ .. the air from h
,'-n them; then lift Ibo sucker by Ida and scientific\ to prove,.that the Bar- 7 t a to the earth weigh six poond. O)

lw string, ,and the brick come up :with hart horse, (rpm which all the fine- The mean di tameof the moon ,from

It because the outside air keeps them horses of the world have sprung war the earth Is 23S.830\ mile (3) Its mean .

from IU'otlufl-Brook/1I 1 : / Eagle, derived either from the xebrn'of: :fiortu- sidereal revolution around the earth Is '

east Africa, or, more likely front some 27: days 7 hours 43 minutes and 11.40 _.

,very closely allied species' now extinct. seconds; It. mean iy nod lea I revolution
.,' THE ,J 1R8T' STKAMHOAT.Itl North Africa therefore and not Aro: or the period from new moon to new 'J.

r :!: ,iz geneyullkuowu that'the'urst bin -Is' the original home, of the thor moon is 29 I chi's," 12 hours 44 minute 't

; steam driven vessel to cross, < the Atlantic oughbred., More than !HX> years before and ::,81 second ((4) 21G2: mile. f

>vas built 'lu'Canada. .Tho Information Christ King Solomon Imported horse '

Is 'not so general 'however. from Egypt and Egypt /got them from A Pra".. d etary.
that the some'craft }'I'olluter converted "It Iro feor'Rldgeway .
: Is now clear; nays > Theman
lulo a cruiser and was tile first "that, the 'Arabs never, | approached the wire cage
.ff the adjuster of the life Insurance
steamship engaged; actual war. The owned a good homo until thy had become '
hlp 'was the Royal William Sue.was masters of Xorth'Africa{ andthe! rcouiI elyam>anyiMIIIs, faceresembled a cata-
built at the Covet in winter of nature lie was on crutches.
Quebec the fromvhom"'areasprung "
P e.?bary ,
horBea. '
,0 La Seas-IeLAT3 maefas TO TFISL. of 18 .0:31. and during: ; the season of our own racing stock." '"I'm insured here for $:!OO."- he saidgently
.'' 1834-113:; plied between Quebec and Hal s I '"I'dlike $SOO of .it. now -
4 .r tray. When a'< leader, ho !been -
5 ifax'- In the latter she sent London to flenae. .
": season was Eves Taking; Fltf. '
'thesides cbsjscnL the. players take seats..around In Ix>udon 'nnd there chartered b)". the It eeems. almost certain that London ; : "Ikpyy's thatr inquired' the adju tn, _
..t' .of the room, which sbouldbe t'ortugueRO Government to transport "wRb go the way of moat cities on tll'fr e rudely! interrupting.

r. cleared, of all furniture except the I troops. Intended for, service of the late Continent and that Its largo private n r, ilh I, "I got Into a little argument last 4

'.f.iScrllaJN, ti'ey occupy. Don Pedro to lirazll. Returning to Bonses. those castles so dear to the 1 night with Mike Flnnesy, Mike half

Xken the leader gives to each player I.owloD..b"[ wtis sold to the SpanishGovernment \ Englishmen, with all their' waste'of killed me.. lie says so himself."
.:tite nanf'e.of some article of mylady's
nod ''by them converted, pace and extravagant cost nmit give Well querled the adjuster. ,
,! __t.-.ucb"a., gloves handkerchief/ "
o Into a cruiser and employed against. way to flats. It seems' probable, too. "Sure said the man "It I was dead

t.;ribbons, ,> hate brush, halfplp.ete. Don Carlos In tho '.....vU war of 183<1.- ..that London will Improve upon the I'd get $200. I'm bait dead, as Mike. '
EO1Mi,: :;. and;.taking position' lit the
thus being the first steamer ;to fire .a Continental practice and comblno.retourants ?-, says and I want $100 of course." !
ieiMle ot the room be twirl Uia plate hostile shot. with fiats We may'lee- that --ntotrsm- He moistened his thumb and put himself -
is ea fta edge -on. tb* floor a. hard. as he this plan has been already tried with FASHIONABLE : TTXTST AND TJIR E-PIECE SI litT. I In position for counting; the money.
TIIEIjIEART of "Ob that don't do" said; the
excellent results In certain flats the adjuster
'Aa the plate begin* to twirl he speak more luxurious order But the system cotton fabric equally well': Plain collar endless variety of It -Is once "Then that makes Mike out to be a-
4 .some sentence In which lie' the and cuffs be substituted for the "
uses la extending rapidly and there pow ngam tbe most noticeable of all the liar Bald the man, turning round.
lame atone of the toilet articles and 5 lace when the material inch ;
requires nw styles. Quite apparent Is the shirt 1>lIke: be shouted "this
1 flats or sets of rooms,' of an entirely here' gent
;.. ; b .plsyer who' baa that name-mustMsiv ..rto unpretentious kind, where. lunches and treatment and the lining can 1>. usedor waist influence upon tho waists. These, says you're a liar," "

:. .... seat and try to catch the plate! rI dinners are served In the public dining omitted at 'will The arrangementof while quite too elaborate to be rightly A gigantic and mammoth man with a

imagers; If stops' twirling.: If be sue- room at a cost of from nine pence for tucks is pecuniarily-'satisfactory; an railed shirt waists,, are like them in face of Iron and fists of carborundum.
ee a. lie takes the twtj-ler's pljlc.'lt1uIt lunch to the shorter group provide fulness! and being made without lining or bone, I came suddenly Into view h
one hilling: or one vhllllug and swearing hor
rugs, he not'only takes the twlrler's. I I three ,penca for dinner. Tbe food '1*' soft folds) over the bust. The plain and with 'a certain simplicity. of pat 1rlbl)'. He 5rrl'lI 'wlth him a"abort '
place, toe'' pays a forfeit. back Is seen In the greater number of tern. All white materials
; are SA 1h1g.Jadder..Whkk-
.' : simple.: abut"well [cooked, and can be ,.. --tlirevr-v1y\ "
-S .The .W.Jepdl.oeraU7"'peak..a.iaeDr.: uenr.model andalways la-tocomlnzr tonabl
;' "' mleety-gerved'aCtC'lttm'jffSC-brat' cMMtprice. : Agdln.andTespeclally i the wash over the adjuster's wire '
..':' *teoee like' this:'. :"My lady, is going for Tbefltte: lining extends to thewalstline materials that even now are to be bad tip.-up be climbed. cage.
; We, have all heard, too, of the seemed
walk aad she only and Is closed the centre In such
a wants her gloves. at fascinating patterns with openwork .' like days.
> Days
wonderful seemed
traltour. who >would bars like
:c Ther'player'.hsa' the right at any seem to" have', stepped out of.the Arabian front, but separately from the outside: and embroidery,', lines of lace insertlon -, Would he never reach the top years b
+ tlsn.r'.te ,call ."'TOUetSand! ,when he does that all Clever and Ingenious: Is a puzzle nights, and who provides dinner and fronts boJb'or which are arranged : with the 'fabric. These are more expensive .rbll't' will could be tell!
.' which has/ -just been In eLed. It consists with table linen, flowers, silver. the ", In at the waist line. The perceived I II a prob
.the,player. must change seats.. The gathers) backs and consequently thought hem but
play1 who'''does 'not get, a seat-the of n box, shaped Uku' iy heart whole accompanied by A deft atteudant s drawn down smoothly"but the fronts I martin, with the lace' or embroidery of however story! the moral Is undeniable,
+ twlrler'himself la sure f o get one:; for which Is provided with three circular who waits. ,.
be' 1st prepared for. the'' c-bance-mult series! ''of1 concentric partitions, ,(aur: The whole for a moderatesum. centre Is the regulation box pleat/ w waists are made to fasten In the

then 'take. the plate'ami pay forfeit. rounding'.three' Inner circularupdoes; The r system' appears to work -through whIch the closing made.. 'The back nil the more elaborate! one being it
well,, and we ,are assured that it af. A Tc.-T. 'vliic 1...... ,
These are at the sheerest in with nniubcd
i'Brooklyn Eagle., rTAdO spaces angle'of' a, are bishop style straight/ In that 'style. The lace Is In
triangle'and have pceketsor'deprew 'fords infinite'relief' to the undonieatlc cuffs. TLe stock Isnovel, and attrac bands across the chests or in long Ilnl'''. In Nature we have an Interesting ac- 1J
stone, and' between the partitions married couple, to the bachelor; or to live Tho sleeves count of. tbe Hyp-opeltls./ an
are Insect
: DQpaUNU. . MENAOERII:., &: are charming, with tbe ful- ,
: alternating gap: the woman with' a rote..loD.'iloeteentb .The.quantity of material required! for ness. well below/ the elbow. but gathrzcAneD which ravage the tea bushes, from

'; . ry0'. ,, Those who have tried this puzzle: say, '" Century medium site U three and three-quarter I the observations recorded by B. H.! .

I (t'i. :- 'flnIt-tt-ickeBWfllU-nnil'rlpvrr.' ,Llke 'II. its or abath.ra :yards twenty-one Inches wide, three Green entomologist at.the Royal Bo-" "

' !!t ft' : many otbl'r' popular, puzzleR; U seems "In' the -wooaed liaTtii ;of-the-Soutl>- .yard thirty-two inches wide or two 1 tanlc Gardena, Ceylon. '

f, [ y" easy to solve, but It taken sometlnie; the quall n January are found among J' rd.'Yort-lOurlncn... wide7 6ne=' There, Ire i *w** vVI*vusy ui. ijnflyilT t TT ******

,t" nevertheless,' to da tb.e.trick propel.I'. ,tbe: trees and ,i saplings'.because they \bait yard. Of all-over for stock and. YA. during: January to March a season of,

,2 "'. (" It Philadelphia." Becord.,! -. Led more food and shelter there, but In. cuffs.- :comparative drought, and again from .Jr
June to
February > August, the season of heavy '.'
; they,return to the fields..and
New> ri .TT For 'heTFir.There rainfall The
TO ANDL11i..E during this month all of the Quail snot' present paper deal with
: !!! never was a time when. observation
- .. ... I .made during
will be found in the said the former
p I. 'Ages open GeorgetLJohneon "' ,
During'the 1 .
:aUddle ordeal"byfire a "
!"" wLotROe717R. .. -. many evening dressenutttrbin! for restaurant < period :
oC New York who has
was one of. tho mcthodsemp1Q7edfoej.certnloing'whether'a Just feasting and resort wear were t :Attempts ,
weri made "
4 to
;:Po returned from a Southern Bunting trip.{ capture the!
i ,
person ac-1 to b* seen and even bought readymade insects by means of "
: cu.ed'of a .greve"crimevraq: innocent, !"The rea on' for this," ,continued': bur t,White broadcloth I I. so far the I lone .light, but failed a powerful acety. '

or guilty;' It such a person! was able ,.robnson, "!q that young grass la sprout. smartest thing,' though velvet, lace and I en account of their partly, perhaps.- r'the
to walk unscathed over hot plowshatei 11 n'gin the field and the ..quail are very more or 'less spangled .fabrics have fmal.el relathe aeardty:
" food of the new shoots Just at Uit Clulbt were found
Through biasing fire ; conspicuous From
01' a newasf ad. .played a part., this to contain a large
9+ time shot' number of ';t
all the'quail have their "
eggs, but:
the mine voile '
M judged; innocent; If beat left ujj* on canvai. eta barege, Dun' detailed examination
,', '. itJ8ror. marts\ :on. his flee.. hit'vr i'consld re '
: "'. JBtet Ik a ewer"Mueaagerle lade' out But you may.hanfUe.lire! coflla both vtoeoleut and nourJ.blol'rbere\ ; in evidences "And, face and hand- ''"!' / been deposited very few eggs bad

jrtaathpteka and doughnuts. The pic If you take proper precautions: In p tr. ',. Is not a great deal of cover in tbe fields, work will, be'moat favored a* .''trim "r round were mostly. and such .a. were o. '

ff.<'/, "rust of these. funny animaU"'are given. fQrmJoc/ t1.&l.. trick the person :whx >.)}i4 i ahead and the o"f birds the are., very field tftld.. running tinge: Tiny'tuells, aJour'' stltcbings Tb., writer condemns empty. #
Kfcr the Tt91V. Comp,nlon, r holding the coal feel no pnln.'.Impiybecause doge In the and acat, and' any amount of:-,mbroldery, all clow the;system ot

...... !--....,; ) be has covered his >,' terlng badly :wbea.lluebed. In a, few, these go to 'm kt the success'of these romtlon plucking/ whereby; a-l, brgatrl1Jn. ,

.' AN'..M'DSINOl' RIC1'tip'Nro (:: a mlrtftk) of gun ..,$ :\ ' handljlMb .weeks though, they begin to mat and lovely dresse*. Add to .those lace any n .,-. Which i J., of small shoot 1. proQuCed'. ,

i have all 'beardVT ctrrlng"dl/nasca dt'aYeg ,'1118 blldds """' "' grow very,much less eautiou.-Vraslt.. amount of It and there you ClI'fI.Sue-' \) SHIRT wiiar.'' tastes ot'the particularly liypopelUs'juJt d to''tb,. ; h.1'

' tfs> I7ipg'onrof. hand, but 'woo: Impeueu-nltla jirmor.,-and, consequeatly, ington Star : dresses are jilgn at-the neck' with or erect Ici a band,of lace or embroidery that systematic ; he polnt.'onk

< kMffB a. lifting'. ''golwtot of water be can toy('\TIC1f the-b6nconls! as safely! ,...." 0....,. :"'Ithou'a stock:, though the sleeves !and at tho wrist and large enongh'ta allow; Would be eceDomleat capture fir the IDllt'tAJ 'l\:-

ad" i you a* he aeould'wIh( marblei.-New Y_ .tlo 1m aj.fik etV4ri A tnttltftctle'of& 'yoke. artoften1/ transparent of a ;tlttl.fulneea 'at 'the top' of th. .arraDplQ'lIt.ot : and suggesU D'or...... ,1'. .'

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N ,:'J"rtS': :, USED' fTO,-BE.. 'ijdid: Tnrnball smueT sAh, thai .' -".".'-.-.; ..; ,. ,. 1 the; ,fact that tbe'pretty.woman\Is flb1orbed. ,;1\ .' K>U +il I W ANCIENT.'-

.1.i be to',anticipate.. : In tile oonsdoueoes. .f-a pretty ; --
I ) h t : world
boy again 'H
were a *
. ,r ail, .
) PO I with
: 'airs
geneVaf1 *
That *i were but a dream ' i ; face and neglects'ber apptar .0. .
That. tbinca. would. change from what. they The 'third act was now on. Turn once, ,She I* apt to.tblnfc that a pretty; e..

!r ,. are aaxl' >" ball suddenly felt It encumbent(upoi' -nr. lT" .11. face cover* a multitude of sins by making : Matters .. Men peak Im wODd words of the
lo what they to seem;;' him to take the 'centre of the stag .* "I : of of
That I were but a little boy "., up for. all Other deft ieneIea. Ugly .1 'lande o
g'And f.' from my toother's knee and do a' few' odd trtclcs.' ; ... women can always. look '"chic" . .j
L Could Sad that dear old fairyland. -lie cnd. He shot across'the deck o: well groomed and a* grass. Is o( mere of' of tle'ADde' and th
t.-we' fi
: ',,Jut. 1..le used to beIf ; l. the steamship. He: np et4 a stout old 'THE, WOMAN WHO MU.S' BEHIND. Importance than.'facev ,*h* makes the t... irj l> M.c.,, Alps bt D . e le upon ,
: gentleman on the gangway He lutnpod ti It to gratifying to torn that from the A' cne to thought and
\ wishes only.ere a horse,,. I Ir most of thus! fact,, and leaves 'nothing IDcU..e.
', "'. ,Info a cab the pier. .. .....t Oultivati.iSrrorr. ***** .. !> Mrliooks > various Jnd than
I % Hw fast away I'd ride ; on i uudone' In. pplnt, and deportment Investigations conducted at the prof : Itt.." Imql.
I..' .Across the plains of.yesterday, r' -St.: Paula berth! American liner .t.. .. a.d art. She Is apt to look more "fetch- .es rlmet.atatoD that,the )losses of the ragged '' .the lower Oaark ,

[iff'"One' sold"* more comrades I'd rescue by my captive aide; maids;; "i I I he scouted hoarsely, and was gone.. .re, not people;. nor J's. anymagazine lap", 'tb.n,the'pretty .one;'1>eca n.o she meat. during, consist for the He wl el'tbs Jura stands 'Q

I .Ah! doughty deeds you'd ee, Now TurnbAll did his IItUe specialty or newspaper: the living voice I unconscious. of her feature. This -most part of,trater that ia drlvenoff. 'a' ,tl moeI world <' .

[ Jt I weft. but a- hero bold, very well, but It must yr Just,M I uaed to,b*. that Cia faithfully duplicated the act reading her newspaper or magaEtne: amotint of'chnrm. ,"' ,Is lasti. When the Juices If the meat Is of Ozark County looks UII"toad no old,

f With Beanstalk'Jack I'd Ian,. foHh witM equal facility but with one ,notable however the, Woroaif Who Fall( Behind The woman who baa style 1* always frie. 'panne*) ,on;atwe are 'ut ls. .. that the ;bra In. become jnreary In at'tcrapMug rr
; exception. 3Ie nearly upset "Itoift may Had one of those most Intereating be to, U. ..
[ To cianta kill oalore; attractive,, he her feature* what they the preparation gravy 10. meau ages, tboogb
( In saven-hwg-ued boott,rd stride away and determined old lady who was coming "advertisements( ,that tell' of a mar, and,sbe' can always' count on a ,nutrient is 1apprl.ble.; Wbe beef measurement be made la epochs-net k*

To that enchanted shore : up the gangway Jn 'the wake pt the woman of cultivation! who la not gifted certain amount. of attfnti(lou, r.lptertt' \ :'a cooked In waer twenty t ..thousands oi'years, bays the St. L* *s-

i I Where'>And'mot-maUs ogres dwell awnrin J Jo eautles the as halt: !, tout old gentleman whomTbrnbaU .with. reflnenaent bnainesttrainlag "and bas only ..can.. Queen.. .. I percent. of the .total 'substauee'IM 1 4Xtractod'aud Repubjrt., The Himalll. Mountain j-j 1,

[t Ob'how: I'd love to find them all had
.Just aa they used to bat t', ?request but he. lost precioustime <1 -tl\. trade, ,8nch, women are .A smSB>VS, .JWVSWS7. material. thus removed from: tie,'moat 1011 of years, pQured their deposits' la*.

.. because his first apology was not .usually not young, but just for that Notbing to' fnUereitl o*"rlts, uame Is not an"'Actual )loss It the. 1. : body of wateirwMch
brot' ., Iew
U: -Mv little-boy nothing'aey"I'm *11-at wronThat 'all*--.-- n.lder sufncleatly-adothlng by-the elhot"tlwy: have,tG..:anore..experlened: wou14.J mplyJatlie'ktewest.DlackiabelIpdeed lied for 'Cl I--jD other.waya, ut1' .CM" { _ I .
changed ;
very critical determinedold 1trnf TT "" bave, such a person ..I'S.eomp.nlon' ,, (.t I*' a splendid creation: The %
; That It* can abow m* ogres fierce stout and It will come as a surprise to a cat of that sea have deposited so mOc ,+
> And a-ianta more than tall;. lady. Giles, however, had beard In' her liotue for, say, six : skirt! t* composed cdfc' sov-nan-oTv* many people. learn that "beef alluvium that the'. Empire of Chlla" >e c

Then leadlHH cla Guu.his. dear ban* in'mine, the direction Turnball had shouted to months! ,.would" mean more to the woman they aiuount to mete strips, the material lias ,used for the preparation ofbeef with its untold'pppnlatIon." occupies

;' Years He drop .leaves forth ;to I'.1Ie"_,puns.ain.'. I his cabby;, He_also noted the cab num out of touch with social education being': rteheattpetu,d. ole.' These b"l fe-I- 'or broth, hat t>n .1 IU'"Atrl.' the' space"v\r which n01'water
.' ber-SOOO. than any school a'nd be less expensive. numerous gore (bata/onljidTantaKe. ;
u Just aa I n M to h lost comparatively little nutritive ma once flowed- unre6lralnfijltJ'xiok to"ff
Freimok, MttcheU UJaro.ln ti. Tuwn Giles attempted! to make up that too.:' Vfom F,uch a pnthIndl..ldual. tbey'maJ' be fitted to any degree) tel'lal. though much of the flavoring yourmap crud note bow Urge Iho,

-f and Country. ? > lost time In his Journey down West teacher every detail of, necessary of sheatbllke ,smoothness. They may : has bn'rmond", Doubtless It Is i .lowland of China are; eonjectar.'tho ,'-*

street Ills cab! was not a cab. It knowledge 'can ioganed) without the spread at''the foot, too, though In this this material" that depth of the alluvium deposit In t .oao:

; was a two wbeeled demon and West mortification" publicity and in,.,tbe-' case they do not. .s Ibo shaped flnro lit 'dine led to' the conclusion coiumonly lowland then It you,

Tbe Defaulting street has bad .good reasons long to remember aaee'oftdaUy.Intercourse, ,' and fear of of richly heavy bln"k" Renalssoncv beld that such meats are worthless" for 'can,. age awl* eml'heod Hlroa

I, that demon ride It a street meeting other'' women would unconsciously braid, work. This flounce I* 'nearly food purposes, the \b.ta.Dce.". having tarn tie oUDflnt durl1/hi been busy fllltng, '

I raUwa.t'Omp.ny bad been the cause fade In this continual'associa half the depth of the skirt but it scout .been; extracted.-Philadelphia Record. sup the: ; > tbe sea and b wash:

Cashier and the of one-half so many casualties: as pas tion with one well-bred representativeof 'on 10 Irregularly that tha casual obi J ; ,o{ the tide nn<"j overflow of ,'ln

caused by Giles In his hurtling hansom thc\-- lex. since Rood breeding) 'is good.. server mlgbt not "nil It fl-flounce.> The Hew to CI... .. .1. building tbe land of China a* we know

Keen Detective the resulting damage suits would havothrown breeding the world over. gores are set together in ajour effect Dftntonds- 'dene b, plaC'lnJ It to Tbe brain ,. of ,the ffl't
? It violently into the h.ntof .And In'good breeding 1'es! the hope of the stitch corresponding with that used them under the lap 01 effort.-We are .erlel compr'etending -. ''

receiver. At the 8t Paul's pier Giles the,woman wbo wishes to keep up. It la the lace: Enough ,material t'Omelll full and letting the water rush over the such almost time;,and'

Dow Was, Tracked to emerged Ilk. relentless,Nemesis"and a 'Is not too much to say. that a woman for, a bodice' Tbo great advantage of stones; but'there Is by this means some yet we, know the .1lnlt ranges of **'

tyunsaj'Tnmball furious gait A gang at longshoremenwere who dresses quietly but daintily, who tbelI'Obl'll) Is that one may see.about, danger. of loosening the stones,' and a Asia We the youngest

Chicago: With the Sequel l attko pulling,together the great, sliding. ,talks,tn a-qolet voice, who"Is quietly how'tb; finished'dress will look Con .better\wet is'to wash them 'carefully ,on-earth. ; mount.1 r.nC ,

doors."Where's. .' courteous to all can "fill her position Ilderltl..howlD.ny. : designs turn out with lather of soap and a soft brush, China, ao"tht tbe'.Jo,1Qdl', :

New York Piers.UNTIL .' the St Paul r'Celled'Giles: !:by her husband's side In a fairly,competent dlllnl'pointiotbl./ Is, desirable, washing off the latheI with cold '.te We-may grasp f a suggestion of factsby'comparheon ,
a few month Ago there "Out' la the.bey.- Sailed fifteen minutes ( way even If she Is keenly 'sen scheme., I and pollshrjfi leather. 'the
"' ; sible that sh la ignorant of much that J I. .diamond om'me-ntl.- awetle..1
Diamonds and '
the dock ''
a bank doing business In ago. responded police- I. s 'w.mea's.fra.iTT.ctionl. I Himalayas r Ox-; r
-tbd Imperial Bank'of man. ""You'll,. have to get up earner she see other women.. POIJI II" In She the Women are.enterlii Jnto' mpt'Utlllu that r tied, up In .bran bltr. retaintheir .ark are the oldest of the mountain
of knowledge andjfbillty. =
Wale. This Institution bad. .next.. timer* be continued, reprovingly. way 'In of office to I brllah'r. range, .nbt'WHn- the date which ,
that Is the
can be a good listener, and a with men capacity '
"Back to the Majestic! shouted be kept in a box containing Mountain -
cashier liamaey Turnball. One : ,
a day gave
than to be S Office cigar sellers.. In.some instances Rk
Giles, as he bounced back'into the cab. accomplishment a piece of alh-root. which 1* .<
Tnrnball This curiously the Appalachians, the
disappeared. wag .
Rood talker. The woman--who.nays little they: o enough. contemporaneous with lie was excited now and likened the .supposed'to"preservetbelr. beauty.Jewels I Alp, ,the Andes, tbe the-Ciro'
i w>wH9yTlsrsd uAU nar. Indeed, as men folk doing-the. manufacturing1 j e.t.
of abortas desired speed tb a very lurid 'and start.ling' I may also be cleaned with casslaoa. the .' great
the ) capable .
a .
appearance very '
to be refreshing With na'Uve Intelligence l>otn : In .other caws" ,' these women '', "l
.u the bank's assets. The surpluswas simile that couldn't ,be found In tan be mistress of represent large'retall houses and ""wok water and ordinary yellow- soap, They mountain range and .
the most up-to-date collection of nursery ) any woman J, should be laid la sawdust to dry. "'
found to be a mocking and Irritating rtbe.ordlnary rules of courtesy and etl- on commission basis.' 'About baIt a Africa bad birth. Yet these were,net
rhymes ever published. 11 To restore opals tha.t are-scratched '
deficit :The capital wa just In short time and evenIf dozen boxes: carried and sainplci' suddenly by some continent m.
I uette a very are rear v
-- or marred I la any way, rub them gently
about sufficient to ''a but slowly surely, .
,.? buy free lunch I "the rest Is Illenee'.bi! will not need distributed with free hand. te-
with the beer left out. When Giles sprangrout of bis hansom to blush for herself. Intellectually progressive A bright, middle'-aged "woman halts -i on a moistened wash-leather, then pol- derly;,** it become mother.'earth't.. '

k f' The managing directors (If the Imperial Qt. the Majestic'* pier be saw something she may nev'el'.be able to be. omcbulldnp'/ alongBroadway: ,.soliciting 'i ish'wlth.precipltated chalk and :ll develop her giant4 children.- ,1
familiar. A of longshoremen wltb rainwater and 11 soft brush.Ivory .
gang :
Bank felt sorely / __. ''I
chsgrlut'dat/ !
but a well-bred woman Is never out of orders to sharpen penknives
,wer*' ptmifid ttgether the sliding ornamcntspowder boxes ah. )tt..d Hot
Tnrnball's Ill-timed departure They date even In our 'rushing civilization.Harper's .-- scissors, etc. She says she kup'portfber '
wished*{fo take him in band and talk doors. -GUes' mental thermometer suddenly Baser family through this manner of live paper .knives.' etc, may be whitenedwith The car was crowded wltb shopper,Jt

,with blur seriously and "earnestly 'for registered tero. llliood. ,. ', peroxide of 'Tdrogeo or cleaned .each of whom carried the .peseta} brandof

while.. desired "Where's the Mujcstlcr lie Inquired _'" .. . with a.,brush hi bn steepedIn headstrong and'Aggrpsslvebnndle': 'J
a little. They to put him 0Ia ta >> .ta.'s J-lf w rlt._ In tbe wholesale dry: goods district t f 1
,where they could point him out as a timidly. Helen Gladstone, the t brilliant'daughter wives and daughters: of boss truckmen ,,. water containing a- carbpuattof that chopping. alone can:rlelc.'b
"Sailed ''fifteen minutes soda. American Queen.' stood hI various '

moral to their tale of woe. Accordingly ago answered ;women .
: of England's great Prime Minister c s8t! In booking sidewalk orders and ,
; they. hired the n-Tvlces t>f Philander the dock' superintendent. "Slepttoo -* Is devotjng her life to charitable work 'keeping an eye" ..on packing cases. A 6r.w T. perU 'and discomfort' ,,and''made'thola., ''
long. ehT who *at *U11 more uncomfortableby'
( Giles a professional detective. The among the poor of London says .a cor It Is a matter of ,economy not ,to employ "A,,clever demonstrator, who gets a "
bank then retired from the and "It seems so, muttered,Giles wear: .' ; them or halt smothering tbsdr.
game respondent the Kansas City Star.' men and tbe><..rters-w u'dn.t' iabbloJ
large, salary from' one of the best
,i' Hanxoin No 8000 ostentatious! woman with, 3abapolea'1n
much of Its time lly. ang ,
.pent spare She U warden of the-Women's Cnlversliy York Herald.A .
trust boys; , '
term of"opprobrium to say toTurDbaU. innnenvred around In the offing. Giles .Settlement In that historic but blt- : -. _ .known tea'C'omPnlc. for *nowjng JU.Ibw her armsxmd.wrath'In: her eye,-hrtidl' , ;'; .

.'When next the: met. I went up>'to fenl"beAt aa be pounced.. tenjy-poor dl.trlct'of"' the .metropolis ....lI-D........"" ...... the' Ifn Iloldbre"'e. .TST I ben torturIng" .mall.ahlnkm.u' t Fduring

In Chicago one day, while Turnball upon the rl1'er. known,a. Boutbwark.: 1* applyingto A 'woman to be well dressed must e1"e me-jome benefit of ,. the :pull . FourtDt ',o
was In the philanthropic act*Of "Where's your faref he demanded. 'and -puss oo-or other'boul to 8o.enUeth'.treetber; ; fhe "f )
setting I her work among'the sick and suffering fust of all be exqtlfsltely: neat wrlter'ln
them 'up for an enthusiastic circle oft "Drove two blocks and then told m. there the same sturdy ability that clean.. Her clothing may not always keepersays." 1 Oo House- .0uude'llke..I.t of n"lief. -

friends, be felt a chilly presentiment to drive back.. Ito was the Ja.t man won her'so,' "distinguished a place In be' of '''but there, Is keeping: e.ur out tel. alow.Ing ') ''The wom.1 bhn. .
I aboard. In such he didn't half a spoonful for each cup tt I backto bis'seat'saying, .,
a hurry ; r'
He looked around with a little shlrerand 'New lbam College Cambridge.' < something;: 'the way In."blch she
saw a"cold. calculating eye'fixed i have time to pay. If you're his friend Mis*" Helen: Gladstonele I distinctly puts on, ber clothes, la ber careful attention boiling water; reducing the proportion of grim atUfaction :"I have' <.oo4o .

upon him. It was the eye of Giles, and you might stand me in hla.tare" what ,is known' a* "an Interesting to detail that marks. her a* the when several cups ar.required, or la- far and I..a perfectly, ablev;' etc i
Giles smiled with sweet content;' His "' : el'eslnl them If te used- Is not up to stand the rest of the way.' ,
although he waa benvlly covered with woman. Sbe la "a woman with a purpose. well-dreiised woman. Even.though others >
nllsgulses. Turnball Intuitively felt that temperature was normal again.. He ." and yet not so aggressively purposeful outshine, her. In the costliness of t .t.neard;,or I i drinker prefer Ha subsided with a Rasp but .t i. a,
generously paid TurnbaU's drtrer.'' He strong.. U.I'tlh water that 'iext corner he again. ".B*.* | | .
It was Giles futunr-destlny to harass an, to Intimidate.. Those who their attire there is something so fresh to .
and seriously annoy him. TurnbaU generously paid his own driver. It will know this, daughter of the famous and unsullied' her appearance ,that .ha just come ,a bOll'toJbe'llt.tme. .Ir/' sho erdd'r'; : 'Jseat. ," -.'': )
Put the tea in
: a -ti
thought so hard that It hurt bin be understood that these expenses were statesman' and 'WhO stood a little in she bas a greater charm: than ber more .tlner' 0.,
I chargeable to the long suffering; Welsh pour through It the bubbling.. bolK 'a llttl -.bu*\' " 1' ::
It Now extradition processes take time awe of her when she was Newnbam'sviceprincipal expensively dressed,sisters. Tho nfatwoman'never'negletts ' hoke '' .
and TurnbaU was In Chicago In the bank and' under the circumstances : speak now of tbe gentleness hejr dally bath; .I.- water Cvel" Closely,with, a ,tea, ""putte stand If I : ;: "

band of his friend. Turnball knew Gllea felt generously Inclined. He at of her nature ;which contact she pays scrupulous attention to' her ; cosey; and let ta'blw'on tho back but this :'Is'I two blocks. .t*F"ll) ,'

that Giles knew this Accordingly, ; once sent a cable to the London correspondents with the needy folk of Nelson Square hair and scalp. Her teeth are well of the range or at tble frm threeto street; I mt gt.o"." t '

when Turnball'mentioned' that he wa of the bank!::, ,"Turnball: where;tta settlement Is located. seems; cared for and herband/ ], ., clean. andwblte five minutes It tea Is to stand i. The. other * _**1. 1

going to New York nest morning 'en sailed today Majestic 8ecurewarrant to have magnified. Miss Gladstone b.beeII' .* ,',with welt''manicured, forsome tme. remove 'th'strainer ,there, wa an '0.tHj''
I with tbe else : fragrant .
,. .
and meet You hare ; :a
him Quecnstown. t .dignified .
route for London Giles rapturously a much more lovable woman indeed speak.the en lew "om .
description. Am sailing: : Saturday's of .roniaJs 1lalpated and :tannin, eftraded. tronblo for, somebody, at New ', .
thanked bU lucky stars By a arrange ever since the. great sorrow 'bom- '
to-u '
things *
boat" :. liter ltone'a death resulted Oe ot1Ufb.t 'York Press. M 1
coincidence he wa going to New York ber Gla ; -
"en,route for London. himself Giles' smiled as be paid'' for :that lln'hernretlrement from all public affairs for a la Just an "
''FIrLL' .. .
$ : ordinary galt' boiled. Saala.h C.aiI..M' .
.' It may be statedla connection with cable The for period' of.,several year: *. _.".. J Make a hem bl. wa.heand< one of Bo-called Uogllsb.I. signs. 'on the CwUI-- { ; ''
driver of Hansom No. 8000 fnd
this that a surpiclous man bag a.- I From this retirement: ,Miss ..Gladstoneemerged '
vent :
ot cnusomucb
IPASM/ the, JSurope .
rings through It 'may be antes-'t'
smiledalso be of the S2tTurnball .
little faith In coincidence o* he bar as i.: to enter ou the Important service ; for cents'at 'meat? A 'good deal bas been \
bought a few anydepart.iheiit bested 6
in lending to his brother-in- bad given him for services which now,'claim her attention., '
._money '
'. hardware store These ring about robberies, ,
'law, and from the fact that TurnbaU rendered. .The first anniversary her warden-, (awJ J ba7a4t4strlpea open O.lal. .:
Broad silk* In' < : "+ and the ;
P lip just as n leer ljngdoea' so ways ,
And .TurnballT Ob. ho smiled, too; ship" around.: Jow "t'Omp"
; not come '
appeared to suspect nothing, the discerning ;yet ,
;small and effect traveler notice
jeheeki: ombre, that, the bag may ,be taken pandboiled : ;
when be stepped off the train at TChlengor there la striking llke--
Oddly-enough a
reader will deduce that : -
clearly:" and his friends there. as scarfs for outing! liatsl ; without the least troublo. '"Putting' valvab into'boxes'wlq b ,.
rejoined between AllssGladstone'and' an
he ness; >
was oa.
,*. .* ,* .* He 'at'01II! started setting them .up .other. woman whose,'name Is associated Shirt'wplat; dining, ..- lt. cf'fou- '--' t ,t'On.ldel du .abusive and 'lp a

''w'The sea wa full of trouble.'and the Again in.quite a boisterous fashion, and 'wlth'ph0anthropy' / the east'e: idjofIJopdQa. Jord; tor tb e" cummer.will be..In '. .tRECIP&S| 4'' (fact this ,I Ia. added out'of;' ,"It
earth his .enthusiastic friends railed until '"Two faces?: could scarcelybave best,style in neatkpatternst : ,fended to throiv: Jug ;tbe'wla-1- ,
wa* swathed In woe. .This: dark : : ) u,twJ And avoid .
Mow.; rro
of \M.coQldn' see.-New. York EtenlDII > more /similarity,than,the, ruggci 11 A. (! {chlffon lining for lace" ,Is very any',dkrpraeefad- '
state affairs was faithfully: ,reflected: ,* : =eierlaVikftlurfor: *... ,tablespoons of sugar, one-halt ,cup,o .occurrence,. iLJs,forbidden to "pnt ''tbJiead a '
on the face of Hamse?'Turnball. Turn- Sun.. V.. countenances of Helen Gladstone and effective otLC iced sweet milk, one cup of flour; bcP out the' window.ID. ':'tillteelthere ) ' + ''
ball leaned byec'ibetlde'It: ; \ *tbI good ar. ;Mr. .i Bramwell' Booth,:'of .:Salvation 'collars tU I..1' ..rI tea poon of taking po OQ. } confusion '
t,; ;.F-'" la, 8M 4_Dllte.tTbe . ..Arntj1 .fame. their, characters more= I moairlhr) quality I.i / I* a alight over.'l'ke'ns: a 'tt
.snip fajestlc. II* pecrtd through the : English | yjrf fljj ,. l wpicb Isjjjircad )i layer of ."dlsgrnrla.: an accldistIhtM! i .
( 110\0
deniV smokfog': '" fog""that'covered tnt ; ask! vof growing valuable foivests''onfthev'barren < t>rtrm are not dissimilar, although Miss 1* to ba"union"( used In the creation of of ., and pour overMhvmthe'bdtteiv oteb In OeaUS" : 'J,:\.'

Worth River' Occaslonaly, be spat.disconsolately .and-bUl.ot Nebraska. .GH brings to I her"soul-.a..Ing'! I very 'swagger-tadeirlBbwn: 'X" Jojcy' Bake untlf applor'are"soft:; '(bedrooms lions to *visitors, ere printed lice"> '', .. ;:

Into the uooffending water. will begin tbls spring, when the jnor* Intellectual methods and an,unor- Soft chlffonetti straw braids the which should b in twenty 'of twenty?' JanguageiyThe 13ng1tsht.HdalkntfM .' '
ttureaft of ITorestrywill seed about ,t1C* ot'whlcb prows that her apitit.uTi7lte'Ii ; '
.T..IB'Wft&-Bot--eomIDIf-Tu'a: }seer.'yayisheooY.ptaid121tad2'tlte braidCtbarareq .O yemlnutes.! JU se.OQI aaitiq profvtred wto :
,Giles > ,WO icrej of,tbe 'Dllm.rnr'verptordTu'lJ've' ; : FustataedbybellefF'dNferent.fttsn ; Potato Shells-Add : .Rlnc"c fte-h.mb. ". ,
: hotnsbed
way." was so attentiveibatTurnbaU combination.of silk and ma- to' a pint of for the { .
learned to loathe.the sight of .neaB Italsey':with Bed Cedar frs Booth's.. v lines 'ar : 'W.ler/tr.tlmi' t' ..
very '' '' a "ye1'7 itopt I I\. r 'pobto. half n teaspoon of appr.M s )). .
rind tJack.Plnel It )the'.ecdln sueleetldiud' Mb., Helen 018.IIto'cllr e. 'at Jackaa
I ,
the' man.. ,had .never1 'before .felt ; \ '
JI << ;li done ,with economy the CMnbrldKe vas notable ,for a .'giid y Tticke. $f.tullebo *. be.Jti oat{ toedS leI salt .oue-tonrti of. 'a teaspoon followed :by. "Hit";him,:brl.k1you'tb .,
tech truth In tbeaaJ'IDI that familiarIty ; ,
\ brlnf and tt ttablespoon :
Bureau win'seed and plant the follow lib te/isona., It wai :the..b6 wtis"Tntrmately stuff for farlnss. 'Will 1ung rln" pnprika'n 'he.df which I.Fr."
breed contempt. : Notthat: .bo let cedar"tnd : ) *M pa nsyaWpr coveting teach butter and ..creamand'tbo, : '' appn' ,
year probabIy.1000 l acres la- associated with that brlli8'nt.Lalster ;
Jug ..
One .aeethlt.othat. ; was. not..hi, fanftMiat*JjQi th..ei'Ure'tram.of rtiflly beaten whites,0(. two eggs; press ment le ,bouton 'Wltb -Jck
'" : Arthur -
/ -'* -- .\>lnen and will ultimately extend,: / : ot ,Hugo Clongb, _
'firmly nunaold carolully '
gamy\ Into buttered shell
,Over'tbe"itaeTt.. ioaT'"Ds'gerWai<< .'rapJ' tbe foteit by gradual' plantings over i. ''prlBelparat, Newnhpm,, The twowoDrf-; ; Epaulettes, fiilWtalfnc 4a7"In > tbpcorrugatcdaide'tvith, ,the/translator seems to Y got ,

idly being unloaded Into ,the si amship's large port of tbe 203,000 acres lathe :.ed! !lid,much,, more than'merely managf the' .sleeve ,ancL adorned!....wlth:. -tbt%! , br. of i faquln.'' with It* meal'of' '
. small buttuus leoten yolk lay on a buttered pan and cal. } but : froas -
Dlaifial River an&2fiobrara retiel've.r: .wdtmm'College during:those ':'year ire weu upuu mauy. ff puppy dr,. "
banker .
t two hour
.- | wa put at"llalaey. s together. ,Mls Gladstone the )popular. blouse model take brown; traII.b'wlb rnlf' It U hardly tbe I
the tA -nsrsery,Jus been established t y;WPTked It eulnlnt e.lf" '
cheavhsd Imei off ** Vng. Affeotlonate -, 't | ;
perens'> wbo'hall}eoase'"taseeJ '; In the. valley of the. Middle wns President of the Cambridge'Wota- Tbe trleorne Yiurodiiced' lAaf'sprl'nsis'be Boiled'Tongue-dilate a l pltkt ,' porter., ;;;' .h. _

.'''their deaf' friends I 'ao..teJT..waJ'.nd Loup River,with a halt-ecre.seed'Aed et.Ubl'l1tl..socJation. and both she IUIUt la 'mofls.! "Its 'latest"'shape' >x: tongue: if very salt let it lie la coldf ' f'
J aJ'8. bent ater for one or two hours before cook--, 'Tli* ilea ., *h: P. O a .l.
f' had attuned themselver-to- feigbpltcbof protected,bjr laths A tool house andofilfe and 'Miss 'Clough' keenly ; onral.lo being toned up' .Uf'lghtfAt, :the back! '' .
emotional,jarewelLa110delook<< prey> 'building has been built. Nearlycoo 'the general standards.tor the and;.graduated; ton peak.In the front; iig., Put. Into I stew' part ;.with two If.the waters of .the Padflc ceold be. ,,
West ' women' England.,. They crown. nrrots. one onion a bunch of herb there. would ,be,. a
did pounds of seed principally, ducatlP1": 4 Rose petal "In white black dried. .
,not-feel.equal continued " nd parsley, two or three clove Cud six(; -streteh'.of' territory: ;.
two of the pcopl..pon.lble
and .
'train; and bad -long'.slnce, era Yellow I'Ine.1 Bed Cedar Jack .are and"{colors are In t'ODbllntlou' .
( .trO ieppeicorns cover with cold water enormous plateausgreat''teUeps', '>
pine has''beea collected\for\ planting In condItlTnT'now( mo.t..Uerln'. to the a brim of fancy.. material ; ; +
sneaked away., 'The-only comfort that . .. Ime
: : .. "wopien'of+ Englander: secondaryauntlon wli. comer gently for about ; which no:parallels] exist Ou'ta/udr' ..--
-the-")pa.s engersfou d=: was--that.the the ipr Ing.The :. : : .. ,,medium-sized.turban.and, .toque.1 tbr-1oUI'lr
t' would ". .sot mi-Mis -areA:;unflf forngrlcultnre *- ':. ot- nsllsa-.girls-(that leading mote from'the stew, .0 taking ;urfacs-loft?;mountanibesld.the *.ilrniob .
.iBPanl be delayed even longer C '
than themselves.- They brightened up :.*If large forests car> tre 'up to'college work) Is considered' at the for spit utility gowns pbolrc, JiUnre root7 pat A pPr Himalaya' and the :Andes' -woiuW; lcftook

cbeerfnlly 'when they beard thus T them,tbe tlmbefwlll': be of '!rrowD'oD-j jpr"s nKtjm.suBerlbc; ) ; to. the opp'ortunitfei while ''\ole. .etamlne and broadcloth .. a hot : 'like basins.'only hillocks, and.tremenQoes, ; hollows '', ,cwith'

The fog' thickened. A 'deep 'foiltttroatcd t.lue'to: a country .' given. boys.' willJeignfor.t o. Q'ItLtQLdresa.oc 11}Gold Cake-Tbreatourthiet: 1 cup ofmtter to bemp '",
** ,. two cupf U:of ; of those.on the face.of ., sWhlle'
high prices, I .Ion .. *' "*"*,**t""":-'-
siren sounded dismally and where.lumbertbrings 'Ulr.uik 0
"' ,'teta W.m.a ,.
Attraettv. ;
mountain -
I Ar. *n eggs, one and &: ,: tber are great *;.
faintly from down'the river.. The officer ,. 11' .The low; ; tat
to call \V
sounds rather paradoxical and pla4
"JQ huge ; ,
bjp wJIL of / .b..ln."or
Caklaa. wo baking powder "de.tb
y' 1s.f.s
in charge of the coaling operation tlnue p ,r n tea.p tull
-inbgly'woman attractive, but such Is ti bolc.U lt.) tean' are by 4tn-
: thin cream one
Fop have been with 'cau. .
charged crowns
bowled bitterly, and bas In the .history of nations been It.. i sful of teUPlhI slve. Relativelyspeaking; the floor .
"ThunderatlonP he muttered 'or log :considerable trouble with electrio I.., the advsee a. ''many Rub thl .o\
I ; ?;the' 1ca4y: : lealn" : .- rod the Pacific as now at last JreveatesTOB ,
words to tbafeffect."Whaf .,. transmission 90 the P.dfte'coact.. It Plain-women bare been power,from women demand a distinct. change eacbj hoe- threeatia\ : ; the pl.teau'are.*. Is Tre areUndulations ; 'f.
inquiredTurnbaU has' been found that the" lines'work time, beating a l..e.; .
the matternowt" Jolk. '
have swayed
Uie elUUa.t mee. They .ealn. ) and' but tbe__, ,
,: who.. 'was standing/ ,by his. well 'In. wet, weather but with f. dry !. "t4ngdomtraadypledkings.; Tbeyibavebe Purse ,.andihandbtayujnt .uede,jw, each addition: ; ;add Ibo."Hour general.area' la' ."' a' "
.. followed > oglPgle&becollt4\ .sifted with the powder; the thin .bt.tb.. d 'r J
aide; spell at| 'Tbat.waetb 'lIt.! Paul," responded burned off. To, overcome this dO-| ; ..*?.tb18I1tatM\.Oyer herkbeautlfulslsfcrrwseaabe ftle.torks and bats,In'te.UYC. ',cream. and the .extracts! mix Into a .uaC. "a nMdyBptb" .of
t. lnva
the officer! and we won't get this con unity. the plus and'the of : ; .. 1* beloved It I* for, aUfetjme. borne in *u de.are h.0 tDlahe anda pretty firm b.t., and bake papr, from 2500 to fatb*>ss ,:tWostr0pottbere ; oh
founded.coal, ''In-'for anotber'ten"i mbv4tea. the Insulators are burled In a redwood :. It Is for qualities that endear tiny carved ITol or at, .Jiedcake) ", In 'a ,steady V>1U !tz. 20 neand.pfat'ot'from' '
'" 'the don't block ,four and'one-half ,lnches: ,>deep by a of Ivory'beads. minute. .
pood thing passenger ;Brother,than luster of eye -color: oT.balra'nd taebe 2300 to D spar, .pt
ii, j ,know she Ct oft first." b* added. with the bole for'tbe Insulator of one ; ;da"lntnea, | .complexion,that'donot lteplenJ skirts are more correct' Hitherto Tyndall's theory: tl the show, UO. t4thm",; ..

; j ,Turnball cogitated. ,He cast a knowlledgeablo and one-half Inches greater radius: thaD'the et1 'nre.- They sre 7 ertainly loved that ,,1*. d pendDI'for sure,' tint,of the sky 1* due: Jluutc; Leslle'ajklonthly.!2 !t, !: "

r'r eyo'over' to Glee, .who>> wa insulator,' and the top of.the block 4tor:''jtbemelvea, and are not at pain to their embellishment'upon; tct., pleat corpuscle In,the air has beet; .ept.1 , .". .',".. : J ...
i ;leaning against the racking room door, two Inches below1" chi wire., So far It ''preserve-a certain appearance In order' or Iblrrlnp Trained .lrt.bc.r. ed. Professor Springer- ;-ba* J .' '

;;0 "pcet jadlnc bo',to b*' watching Turn- Is said,,the""device) bas'prevented: dust tp .rctaJUa JOY r*:ItHso.a.fact, that may, afterthl! or garni- proved that tbe'bin* of tbe.Leg pureHJT -; 'Home people regard. ..a

(jt twcLvA: ""gentl*;. *' stole)'ever:Turn and tog>..drlftmt!In"under' ''' lath'ryrbrlln'artl9tla'a'ralefmorf'clITer. tuned with trtmlng to.match the. elaborate electrical la origin, and I* an :taken*" more .* a tseotuMt3rI'Wladelphle "

.ar... j'tae" ..L".. '!'",). .......;4 :-:-'._. ... ter-Pags'a Jlagaalue:"' .? than pretty. cues. ,This may, toM ideas ef their:bodice. ,tlal Duality. of.the ate ': : ., .. -
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Care.,Wks} Doctor* Fall.Mre. ". "" I t nn( i/nf, I If f J(rnnnnnnnnnnIt1n1tn'nntnn''n1t.ntn( ' a t; d. Hiwlen .

Frank Chtaeson, Patterson; ,
? La.. writes-June pin-1901' ;' "1 'bad J. W. THOMPSON, 'ROLLINS COLLEGE l r. ...c.b1.tol the<
? 1 malaria fe.vor.ln a-verrbad form was Aermotor
'Oder"'treaUnent by' doctors, buk ,as UNDERTAKER :and EMBALMER I ,

l 'olrsuIMoppedtaktogtheirmedicine E WINTER PARK FL.AGOLLEGE "
ULt. L.INE 0CAS ?-. w
a'' fver':'wou4 return. t used a 5 K.J ;.:#!S AND: : .COFFIN'SV '. 3 i1 1 5

_ 4. p1., >o"le'of Her bine, found It WljiflPIILLS D-
.Iped me.; Then bought two bottles, == .ladles and Gent Burial Robss. == I ; '*

C;i blob joompleteljr cured me. I feet! == . NICE LINK> FURNITURE. ::: H' I ,

,rateful to 'Jou for furnishing such a :::: STANDARD R WINO MACHINES. '3, Preparatory School;) Music School.
'splendid medicine,. aDd' can honestly ::::: ORDKR8! BT MAIL OR TKLItGaAPK :_:::: .
_' recommend tit'to those '.'suffering from : ::: s J>(>M REPAl| Md AID FACIILIQ ::::: Art School. School of Elocution. 4
rOaNITI"L.. r '
Malaria, as It will surely curo Lhem.' ,
Harblne;, 60q bottle at Oaeeola'R&rJDC8Y' E AOINTFOi.: ,THK OKOKQK--AWJ W. CLA. IRON Re"colli FKNCK8.MOXtJMENTS" ,. HKAD8TOHE8' : M.lttijllllh111li1iliilil111tltltUtUltlUlltiltlill111111i111 == BusinesS School,, SchoolofDomesticsandTeachers' TANKS

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.. l . : l1iltii Glass;: Industrial .Arts. '
of Application' for Tax! J -

1 Deed Under Section 8 of '

A'' -- 'Chltpter:4888Lawsof "'-"","-,, .------- -- -or-,v.tI -I.rwaat-- -......-" \ 1 W. .F'. BLACKMAN. PH... D., PRES; y ETC for-
Aim Contractor
Florida. C.. A. CARSON, Pr..{dttnt.i j1, C.I .: BRYAN. B.ctsesg4- w ..wile.4r'YrRtrFrP'PGr'47r .
soncK.ra', Hitnitinr 'orvfeit THAT i>. c. ii ;; ArtesianANIX'
1r. punbawror ".,1.1.1 Tux C>rtllc..t No 'J:l1' ; ,
r. ilr'Y'>.yry'
40 JtueA.D
and679d.redthu.utd.yof 1W7 '" *%P". y. p. -f -epla -
w b. ay oHloa, end h.. rrOnVc'trctr.u I '
mud .pD'lca
A .fa towla with d.rlb.'I.Uw sodI''| proprrty, e.rttfc.termor.railb..I Hunted" lu t .ceoUa'Wiiily I Waters & Carson Grocery Co. 'f t. ... Pump Wells '.

_ > FlorM. tol't => 'The Works < 1,
u-HB'f! ut NE' wwu.e: lit. Tp 1 24 fit R. K, : Tampa Monumental ,
CcrtlflflKte No. MO, .nd NWfeof KWJ"j' feellunSft. 1 1 r . "
i i i.- Wholesale and R t ll DoaUra In .
Tp i -% K IM CcrtlNoiUo No $7l! -V. ? <*. ,,'MANUFACTURERS OP 2
The aeld' IA'd! bring: auiwMHt. at the date of / ... 4 < Klsslmraee, FU
tt-a I..u.n. 4 M Unknown sad II. N tirennMu. Unc4! &:KL QCIE'R'IE"S'i > Marble Granite Monuments <
s.uo.rUaods.l Hrcordlu to ,
;'Ihi law tax deed .rl li"1\ :':1 ou tbe lxh --
day of D. I1KM I lr -* 3V: THE
.,.....II.'w i .*, my official, .Iwalnre; and '' V B. Headstones and Tablets. r _
r r sail I (hli' for *!Uh dry. of ,;April 1 I'.1. .x ;
+ I A4.,19e. .COtNTAOENTI) .
? .IUL# a
Y .1Jtrn: 1f. '."E. I '. COS: Harrison 1 Strict TiU\il'o' Florida. ,eu,
.. 'f CRATES ,
Clerkelro"I."rt..I. ME nn
It.A: | 1 N I '1''
't Oo*<.l,. Cuuutr.; ''Fturl'la.B ,g Celebrated Fertilizers I "' tV
I., W. R JOHK8TKN, It. C. Hit ;
GRAIN .-' r 'I' c. Ula" Or.". Iron ...ID. a Specialty. .
: j
luticti' of .Application fur TaxI '.. __ Circulars sad prices . 8a7matsd oa.rlldt.g M.rbla FarnUhed. 'fj SEWING MACHINE
+ "- : .
Deed Under Section 8 of ;:j Furnished oa Application. -:

I Chapter: 4888, .,Lawsof /; .. t /. I h't t.reaiercxRc ar',ear.rriocrtkeea'uninduEcxeannthcsOrdt.; .a> Do nf'fbo dwolvnl "I1tlwwe who aoVvcrU.ui :rr }r

Florida. : a $(IO.X ) '\\'inlt Machine' for

::1' ttc. t. hrrrbyt lrJO I ib.11 ,mrs K.'. HirUrd HIDE: ] EF'U; R'S WOOL L LCountryr ::J.O.( TlilxkiiKlofaauu-hliioCAU. $.
ti's ..lIlIte-h..r, 01 T..x. Lurt.dcdo Nil. K74. <1.t..llh. JNO.i .calviAN. 'l>o Ixiticlio from .ut! oven)' of our
at j .fiih dry of.!u',.'A .,. IGpo", b.n, Bird sell tH'rtlllcNitt g dcalera fro.H$n.Qij) to $13.00.
in mjr odlpc, d.... in.<1<--.,'|.11"| turn

for Said tux o,rie to.l.I..*..",iiil.>r lu.rorrlaa..-... ..." foiliiu'l,.'o with K few<.loMHbvd ,> : : .: ::' : .a,_ ep..e.O lty.: ; t A+++++++1. :..}*' +>++++.:>.M.: '.*** -,r,-.1. WC MAKE A VARIITY. i MtomiHl, I. .,:V<.i.l.. county. i THE nEW _HOME:> IS THE BEST 4,
F nri<1 a.,tn-w't: If K '.' of N W >( end frmtiuii.W .
J X IS U. '.IIIII.l'/J\: *.. K'Ml K. tfyvb..w.v..wvarws..rohw.4" 4ti.i% .i"' %'''%'''''' LIVERY }.SALE FmSIDDLE ''I. 1lo! ]"t't..t 't"'MIIlIl'I! the .tl'\'ngth or .
oti.Inl f -IC fVk f..*I'U.1t'tro'..or *.. The ."hl ,.....1 4 I n'rnlIlev.4, !' nflvIVhig, Jolnt.hln' Th ,
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.In, .e4 r0 .11.dstt On' ;, ImiiixinM nlrchlfl -- - - l I 17ou/blu 3 l 'i I'crder.tdilucdu'Ith: other

s'J mrb.... UnloIrt'. tii ili" imm ivrtirtcnlfl, "'I '>.h M.ll I'nlin*>:. retNl tIf. 1! ---fl. I-.I: "$':'> '1' ''h1..' f'I"" I | Hn( .nK iM>lui7niUiitlio Nc.ow 11UWO'
'.....D.. MOHfMlfllM.( U, ''*\''*. too. d..e4 ft l..(... I Ut> buwliig I Machlno to buy. __
1I>.....n..b..2nol..1) \lr A.I) HHIHWlumM >

... ;t. 1 J' LJO .,dayof4I.h rat uralellsvu.n.n,Hit.)1. *.' I'. I"I.t.r.J .I.-< -.1 s. .l teq the High'Grade i Whiskey\ ,! =' -,, t STDDLE. I.p VJIIIOIOt'/, t e {r I C'R I .1""LAns' 'Nrwlug showing rrnt Mthe aebinn dlt-sit. t

"' ." .... (/'Irk . I we numufacluiMttuil|>rlc<-..bvfuia pu'd..IDC
.. .,. ( .J <<.......".. Florida. .p.}'t' I .f I ++I ++++++,tnt,.Jo+-So+4.: ++ti.. rth':- I .

; t. tI\: < J ll '1'U K.M.: TKu NEW: HOME SEWINC MACHINE+ 80.

'r Finest Turnouts in Town. : ....... '1
Notice Qltnaa' ,
:rf\ ;pC Applicati''H\.uf 'Guar-I Kentucky Exchange I SS ITn Inn Hq. N. \'.. "li: '- i I1L.AtUuta,Qa., ,.

4 : tt.' 'ilian to Sell .Jand.: I w..I.U..11..1I..1.. ; .N. ur'txacLoQTijFOR ;

j. .NaTuCK.1.11ELtKbr.dilvKNTIiAI....*.n*...t...on..., )i M4r tf,..HHrt. : .will." Till"{''j \' '..- -'- '-" I BALC .Y .O..iI
.b. .1.: .nlnty : .AND : :: Agent For Standard Oil Corn
t .
r; ,JIc.rt M.Lthe/.u.tIlrns. tKt..pnnr..r'Itr' }..any
... ., .
;; at ivo'rliirk I' ih- faren.w.o Mr en .wdehhiS. If )I
.,... . II .' private t+to et uf the ilicht, tliln, a ;. 4.......'of Hie mli.ur I.t,.of Win Utiurni.n unit.y 0- A.rr'
J It. .ry K. /I..r'....... d..-..... '.l tilth* IOI.UWIIIK ,I'. .....' MANAGEH I ,. ,
f +''< Br1lied. lan Vrtn ,t 111 1'''. Northw <|imr* -
.:tit..rof the Nonhwi qtinrterof ......t\uu\ 11. Tf> : I', FOR MALARIA.
'. tie. K,W K. ouuUJiil"....i) m......or I.... KISSIMMEE.
/ .HIKAM AI.I'KIIMAN. : now have the largest Ilnck'of \Vh e.. Whiskietnnd RIVER ROUTE: j
Gu.rdUn' of the mlunr beta. uf Wan.1 Mry J II i ... I An epidemic of Malaria Is sure to foU;
Heers c'cr'
handled'in KUsimmce. All
.'- Alderman, deceemd. If' --_._- ._ low the wet eeoaou and the LlgU waters !
. -- ,
sn.6' --
suit! trines
'Rn'deA at price to the ._ --

' AN ORDIMANGE -- .I I . .. Steamer Lillie i I Steamer Roseada which bave pr revsll
'il! ..\ I Malarial and feSrera

_ *' .'Anvhorlilxc. Vt>. BoulhwrB Sell Telephone-publlo (....anT.trgrapbVompanytouwthe ...., :rc-o-: ; + 'B.A.'DEJ.: -A. SPEOr..A.J'J: :: :: Captain Clay I Johnson," Sr. I Captain_Clay JotfbAon, Jr.. General will develope healtlKCondltlons to an afarrnlng will be,:ztent.bad; ,

> i
qi' ,I. 'ot Florida, for the ....r...... of pUoluf paland'elaNrlaat'fouduutota .* Rco ullir. \veetIj! trlj>" to Dxesinger and return: ., Jtowsadj. lean re ;

i thareou, and to ... A. E. 'BKAR'DKH/Propriotop. Kissiminee. ru".aday inorninif. mid arrives KifrlmmeeJFfMdny evening: TI) b. Mat lgaelally.. b P.'.,
f naiataln.lepbo" and lelo rai wllbli ...4 town under certain _04I&1u...1..1' ,| ". ., t. J Sp.rciul Charter Trip to Luke Okeechobee and: Fort flyer' : oii-U Ir.41. R.alat! HaUrUI' Att .ka.I .

''> ,. R.It ordained hI' the ConooUof the Town- of Lillie. Comfortable occommodati.on for piifHengcr Kates reusgnifblc I i I A trial of fifty years hoi demonntrat
. XtaaUnmeeClty I. I
:to The most.
.aenrtoM I. PormtHion. U' herebytraiiled tolueoauum . Picl.un'aqUtt.V Ittcor\\'uy in Florida/ ed that for'tli li Dr. Uarter'i .
oo emergency
,. .. o 1 "
r' Iomth.ra 1M41. .. and hl. ... For Passenger' aetl Freight .
It&ttl'llRI'rly to '
& .
.. cud U.IKI .. to erect, r' Iron Toulc ha Co: equal. Iron \Is
...,.1" for Son. dUtauve pen vei Proprietor
the fighting element In the blood
..... ; and
..' .....'. =es.i a0A andteleghraphtoe4Wh.gthc the.1..1.public euoduyopg Foist...... R.T.: BUTLER E ". . : On bourd LiUi l >,<. 1Ctmtnee f .FU" ; the kind of Iron supplied by :Dry Har

.A"N" erg kyhY.l.Ot aId '1'own a.. t.. DoM ter't' Iron Tonlo }U Just the kind the
1 I . .
,;'! au from time In Alma require provided 1 A A. i stem
',. all poles shad be neat and .ymmeulu.l. q reqdlres! to successfully combat
.. 'i.i ."",.a. 1 but work .r *..reouutf pulea, oy rtr-1, ALES WINE'S .BRANDIESi Florida East ;Coast malarial conditions. Don't wait until
tea of ibis ordli..u... chalk be don. uudrr the aJ I Ry.
.t ..t A f. "....... Boulh.m ,bill Telephone and , WHISKIES I
IMiljr .ball rcplMni Cud oropwlf Telucraphl i I I ""0 ".'o.. ? w : L '? Ufy yourself It la an absolute! safeguardand

I ," .ef....the Ik or','on""". .h ol.i met...".be Tales 011......and,"" by Ups reaMBM ., i " LOCAL TIME 'CARD No. 48.: In Effect April II 1903. at the name time It Li the beat

taltar.... .. .. ... ; E ton 10 and Invlgnrant for .
l tioiDpMiy > to do after twist' the entire .
,ti' R '\Afft'my MM nolioe Mcror. la olveJit wrrfli .Towno, .h.i| h.MI4 v. been' :: <9IGA'lS' AND BACCcS) EI. !t!I. OUTMBOUNO-aEAO. DOWN.; NORTHBOUND-MEAD VP.I' tem. On tbe other band quinine dUvturbs y '

tS* Town nay re VSlr.uch. tMtruua of tbe Bide- r the
I; tytttm and IU
Na/a cumulatlre
stalk. or ctrcel Wet may have been nlMurbed by I' Matt .... Malt
.eaMt Company, and ou Wilt the_( ao.iuaufiaH i Deny. Daly.! llAnoll" (I" D. potion brgeU grm phydcal troubles

.f.-. ...i..MIMI.... lu OonaAy.ouuilueradon of 'the ,rlvhu andbervlu > J,I A nheuser'Snsch: Beer % ; ; than those It la employed to remedy. .
.. tt .405 tv........w Jsok.oa.ll) .. ...............Ar Il iaia
'....DrWr. .gru.Lal.'aid. C'uaiMiuy ahall| : : p goer ?................,5., rekwnrllla. ............ ..Lv 7015 1/y I 0 y Where bad cage of chronic Jlitarli
one oru nii ou each wo e ton the 1.d roe i l 10 N. ......... ........ >r..'>ln*.................... 101' = .
:r the| v att.Are;- AI.ww ul laid O.N D9AOGHT'AND I'I'U' I' 1111I. .........,.......-.1,.. ..................... III. .1" : already exlata. take'DR. HARTER'S
': ':::'*!:;:Bald Compaur aball! alf UmM.1Jt I .L'; OTT.LED. L I 1 .... .... ... 1i.,11.e9A.' . ..... .. .. .. . .. /695 I' aan" : : FEVER and AGUE-8PECI Fia It..lsi''

o-,' t,ISHbJact laiNNi or to wblub the. Town nay' tm Ordinance berearwr bow.MUHMM lu.! exla-l relr, .t Can 0111V be }curd',In Kissimmee. on Broadway O. .. Nr ..1 ii'1i> II -u.Ov Ly..I.k.At..l.y. ... ..... .. ..... ..A' '.'.'.llooP... c.z ari: :o guaranteed to cure. 'Price 60 cent..

tit*to.. u..ol UM public utteel*I fcy, Uiopbou*, fit. :::::::: ..r..A..i.. ala ... ..., .. ; --:-::: .... .. .. .. BUT IF YOU WILL
.... .alt A 4ehIab.p J ....1.. i Street, at the BRICK BAR BUILDING.' c ........ ... Lt.s.. .. .......e/a N....n...:""... ,.,...Arr 110. ...11I.c-
a-.. 6;.. U owru.....y'ahsU Indunulfy/ aid 0 O ii: a r Lv.N sera. ..Lv; i0 "n
\'" .i' sit and awume. all llaiHIILWor. 'C II .........,......JI..I........................ 4 oe 119a. 11I..0 L.!! lJ"- HARTER'S
f! .", wbtoh may ni-Ue. or -..n.0 said, .1 a. p.. ... .. ......Dnpttl! ...................... .16o 's N :; "
,'i' .1 sa w ..* any luury to pwraoni ..u&/.I. ,.N N ILL 1 it .:........:.... O..a4.. ..................... tf5. p d iE 11I IRON .-; V\
'" d.dsgolsuy' work berets R T' BUTLER = ....... ... ... . . > TONIC V
',.;. at aYg1st of Mid company or .u.f IlaC : a -+ P i ........:..::...::fonsOsei......:...... .... J oe. p :act.
1 \ :r rSMallrsdri W aompiy who ... 4>rd.aiMia| rela- .. "z I p .................... rr arsr a.. ...... $43. i ..rJ Far w.NFf II... ATafarfa. fIWGe .,.
.. I*UM OM of& strew u, said Town and t '. ,p6pCIpdOR 1Oc caccaClcCl'( Clcll.a: I t III I, V .....................Oahu.........:.....;.... 114. II' 0"131... '
_ -4.. .JdIII.*"Bf4awo! : > by the CO..u.f_ Ibis OrolBBBII _, Qdtl .,........'....h... !'S... Is.u............... U. >> ./. All deafen handle or 'send '
'\ ,; ...Mpe OB au a,rt byn-to pf IIaI4' --- -...--.-- . -----. ----- .'-' - --.-_..-.'. . 2it p ................... ..G.w. ................. ..... It rt. n :!0 to. Dm.
";1 .. '-S'ttWII- any suet of money for bib aald Town ; -- --- .too> 10 -. ----1'.............. .. .. .. a '.... z... _BAXTKB Mfoiont Co, Dayton, Ohio.;. amity
I.t 1 41ya ""- o Uaulefj. .>uior, by reaauu,of suck ,AN ORDINANCErtvhlbltlTMr I Ie 616 f p ....................... Osllfe.o......,,,. ..... 1 t 16. ::laX.I ,
J ea0'y'1 1 TLU '.' < = III 1* tlal & I' ..................N.nosr..i...... i" 1' .. A
\" ,. ordinance shell be in' fore a*d ; Lollcrlnf ,'r.......,. oo It V M *.a a'i ..... ...............".. .....,..... 1rimy I I. ,, n... Hoaaloa,Ta ,Aa<. J,uoi.,
.f\ afteatfa*aiwrlod ill 1iI1., (W) yare from the funding. or BAByl I *la 4 1'.... '. ................r..t'' P 1 > .. DJ .
+ h''. lilt when It ...." lake sdeut. fcnd.hall be *..... w /from the railroad t..ln lmoeeCIty. leo: f aria 4 ...,............ .... ::......................,. U II.Its.. Mb SrooTnrlemlfwdt m*
.;! to au..the term* mid UO. .. au Act ,.ka.wn .. the. Bnc r Hell Railroad Tmfle.Uf t. az III SMa i., .......w......._rlbbals......"............. 1.r 61. 'OW__,....,..avy -... ..'..
... ?-_.- . 'Au .Aul. |M.hlbUlu. Ute ffmaUoaby It..,d.I_| tbs Cumuli of the Town of I ... i:t 40 a .... ..................... ............. .i. e5ehosh...SZWy rMftmDd. tl. i r.grrd!!. 1&
by p..t
.. ..
If Bi. Mpalitlee. of Jrraiinbiemi or It to DM .w ) : .. .... } i 101aa.< > . !.._I rI, .aID..b"CO....... ..._
.......... iMe. -au purp.ia for say term : Ii.atmm.e! Cry! : .. 1'f'p "' < IaI\aI and OUt.,,. y
..sI ..1.i.tiny Tsar ..r without rfcvrtrl..c the. riu'rtop I. Any'*''_ or ""NOn..ho hall ordlb EASt: a ''I' ..............., U t I"IIN.II- IS .
.M.1 a.d after the a<|Hratioa of tuck terw. after,....the. pdmss. aad " INS i I .... ........ W_.I.P.r.! .... ...,. C.. IMF 0 l S..dudsmknu.aA.yirn..esUrj
ran- r>r. u ny nerd and.r.. such rr-n IM round .tam lolwrlu* urn.hlnamor pM ,171. ... :...........WsPSJs has.14...:....... ... of x
.,.:}' .a or JMabt.>raaaid b. tbe-fxiclalaUire Of from the known III 1115 .,.. ...._ ............ ....?.... p .11$_ .a .4a. l; txw.......... ".".......MMIiBM.U. )
r1.w.4..ttorld.onthe.euond day. wf I..., _.r Kelt Kallraed lrv.tW>.eronlo bike1ob ... I I . I" .................,... ... I ......,.... ....... '9' P ji
'f', a'.d' auiMVVrd by the U..or_. |<. .k ..:|.a, Ivailliia.; fn m tn main urn, lu . 1= t0i a .. ..........I .-.L! I....... did....... '........ I II palO. >> -!
k i : l hn.rk 0Il8MLCoasollui.sWT.wuks.oreWaue 1 .aid. :0 .Blm.1.p...,'...e..f m th Imrk-m.. B'llrmvl. ...C""vaoept|>any on be be""'aa". a 110. I .........'.,.........154..g. ............&",.... .. 1 r. .vii r n. i i

:Wa ..eMna.-ee _1& .ln sixty cI. from the. Hair.... ... .._.. '."IMJoa-4oe-fliie-l n..t.morv. thania Is'th.bat, mL.arcac ronedjr .for a_ .T (0).. a ,I'. A..u.. .... ...... )fl..f..y. ,1 T I' .. . '
,1 'iwaaufc hall lake...-. '. $. .. ImprfeiHied 'nt more . .. .* "*y. 8tomICh ,1, T Ills.soIIRDtTIa .. Georgia Sohthern X Florida
aRlrW.IO.Mof howtesabrlad ID. force from al bent labor I.< the,eatabooee.or. both' wok' a.. . and bowel troobas o f .. : I1. OT! JJHATTCHW LIT:: -

.ii and ea'i. t. Alliordlnanreaorpartanf. V .._ babies' .and children.. :'It :qukilz I
,!! a nnt and BMNtna tlnir sad > .... Inar g
.... e.rdua a r....uiar nive>lu. ....:toutWll In aminlct. herewith h e earl ibe ntrneare herebyrepr clayrhceS sa 'oDal saA2ros. roaAarom ol'I'n na.lTalt, .. .
.... conifJpetKMif I
: T
'-.,--____iWM. aIleprayA. ..JAJW" ; _. J CWCI. ) cvp- .I.WAH.-"IV.-'O'! l lBCRIDULIO f.-o: :;
Kr4'a 1ItI'-.onnct Ua" 1'-' '
. H cdrANroRD., "' D.
oaratoniachriifW* ffVA Ta.a.r wi kt
y \\oX.. ..X n .1',........,w: :1'wwu"JTaCouanH l-rill! open unluu. .. s regu..r. mmtlaa. ) of. neondltuleWbdayofApolA valttonswbiiniT D..1; .i1 7Yxtmxa tlll rill lif ErrggT JAMnAB-r .. I.*'' i'p
( 11900 ' las of sleep.' It It Jiann.boc'ft1'1"ri' f r......., tu.rl..n.u..U.A' p +?
Ja. t H. C. BTASrORD. perfectly { b 115 Lr.1r amfna.Ar'Iy11f1.LYL.k .
.'... ..... Praaldeil of Town.Council.. .....,, / L" QUICJ8UP,
.. l tJ. .U.TarpOIsalmm.oCity. Ica y Children Hisn.Ar : t ... .
'AU. t: ,. : sea LY,....., tp L" .c"'a .... .
4rlsetk.i.g of rll.-A l> tea IIU.L..O.nnClyAr1 s 115.!
Af J. It. OILBKRT: Js: "' .... ... 6501 std ..... ,,. 1 // Ar HOOpnTAjfuu'.nT' 66.
', "piICa'loJ.. . .. AUKKHOL.U.!: ). Town 'like to take It. At all drog-atoiti.. l. fU a Ar. : .Le 11 M n / ( ., 1 / 11 . .. p
t.J-, I Maywf. << tlie T....., of klMinia Clark of the of. Klwlmmaa City.Aporvred r .. ., ., JLJSSS 101\6. kr iC!
____ ; 1 i- .
.. ; ?;;;i t' ""''t.b.lltbd., < A. D.1501! ; aannd Ar Cortlwlei, ._ 19apD'5
:; 1'1'7. 115.. II ADtkllOLJ i large bottle for : HI: DAIy Bic a 00.10 a '
'\ .' .J.kVll J W. ;1 t t .y. esnd.y SgATlOAT St1 1fo8. I Idly' Na A'.ooD.., .. .. .. 1NDm .
< r'. 451ty. end cal .Bun 1116.10 .
,- Mayor of tba Tows of IklnlmoiM. Del Tiellp c. or.i-. .10.m
Order toll;'fublication Ar.AU.u.... .... .. ...
1- Ma 726am
r --.laataonrn' n..A' ,. .... !
Vi Vi )m't.e Clrientt 4iiirt.+ Vik fu!llrlat f 1 Clraul Owte-- . 10 I*a CI p1 t a. Ly..l.j.;i J.ek.- Tllle'.Vl-T ..+... r 141.ST.T 1 g r.o .. -4 .., .... r
et. c.. "IuridD l'"_r,. 41.1046 40 p 5.e.L.r..P Beaeh..LT....... ... '
t1' i : yra5 1 loops to0ir
--., 100101 ..iMll- ,VaocotiTer, B, C, April ";,3o.-:-A .25 CENTSAskyor p 10 Ma p S-lta Lr..A11a.U. Beach.r..Lv .,... oo Ilto. Ar Ktihvlllir-: .....' 'Mpln Y
;:;,,\ iel.r, _...nirenf most eztraordiaarr and frightful eaia' :, OP) 11 Ma y fai-. Ar..Nyp.r/.r..L, ,..?. 5435 ll 4SOa ; Ar' 'VScltT'. a. .. 140aa1
a' ti. ryt .iiurruu41 . llurlgag.. Mp. Lnuli... .: c vi ., ...
!. r.1. ....,,,natMa Mby 'i mil? baa Jim oooured rtn South weat- druggist: about ih These Time Tiblre ahoy the MBV at which trail m.y be axrvetod to ArCL.T.v' :.. .. 1150as .
vnr5 : .
'row. sn4 .
i i 'tr>n tbe aeve..l vtaUoaa. hot their arrival apertara at th d pA? ----.. .
: """ .....PI. alBnavUaaprndwl"t6the lbert.'wbe. +tlmed.uu.ll.an5 ;
f ..n..-Jj tai ...... Foaled. rwu. ,. bib.l Usury,w. erq ; the mtt mining ,FREE RING offer nor: duea the Company hold JUelf raaponalMe for aay d.Ur or any eona.9s.nw .n .,,,1..,, i::ladrvill.:: ",..,:.... \JJJ.m .1211& P .,
r: ........ NA "', f. Da"M..on '.... Ovfen- town of Fraolc was overwhelmed' by an .GOLD fium. : 1061ss

- e.1 ... 1 =of ..*._nldenta of ..50Th.o* .b.. "'Dormous'aTalDobeof rook, earth and -MAIMMAlfl- A.Ch'...... .. .L. ... 11\. ", _, rails

'," rasa aN.... : n....the are of SI debris from the'top of Turtle':mounts -- '- t, KEY WEST AND'HAVANA.. train from f
Debtorg ,
that hid Notice to.. and Creditors
r ,. .yosro.....,..k, I.Dr 1..110.1i..w.. hereby note'_ .in.;' the: water: of. Old Man J.tlrtlr: : s I |iENSJJIAR, AND OCCIDENTAL, >ftTCAMSHIP CONNECTIONS. AT. MIAMI' :: "

W7..u..4.CO. '.foiaplalot.. lied. were dammed mass', and death A'l partla it..iD. elnlia; of Jiny 'allure, .7 'r q to U Iffset April 18,'laOS. .
..... the Ut of -... ". in.. ,alLaaHan. mX bj Sdrownloi;I'threatens ,those of the late of Ow'eola County, rl.., .,. r.qn...Ur<.J to ".' B1UNO.LMiami .- TOO' ; ; ; << :

i I,b.'lDI,i>" i i. wl.k lee. population! who:e.caped'thq: primarydisaster. I'beeth.atM. .lame within lo lb.tba nnd' .prew-rlbwl..ed.1nly .toa.1'Ia.! SOUTH............,,.,,.,?.<..,. S tlaArK7 le Koons )Jon NOa7NEf7ND...;; ...; ........._. 'I I..h...,....; t rtu Lath. rls .'\"" ,,,,,' ,..IthoeL:' i is
Jtbattkl. ..;..ei' be- yuba .. Many miners 'are entombed taw. or Ibis. aoiloa wU| ,be plaid la bar pt fuel.! WM18any7har.............,..,<' 10 00..p (001.. Fyrt............._..; 11 Iii 00.. *"""'. II..... n Dlals Flyer (nil . ;t
. ; IHx..w..e..Tb.l. LYK.'W.'I'.... ... r Rr'bIMK011Nm0lnta4Chl0sgs
,, week"or Sight mnaarutlra wekV.'liVTlx .. Ithool :
than ; ,
mm.s "-''. n i_...+.lwr la the tnlo ee; the opeolog's -of, which "pirllra (I'ndabUd! to aald'MUto; am !raqnartad AeH.rastNna.M..:.....-.n....... .?. t ata "rlll..T.-.. ..... ,,,..:.. u...a F"r Inh 'Imw' }ur: { '1
auld c..uiMf a-d ataM.;; to ...... tl.fai.tocr. an........a
iW? I "' .U...,. free IMIU''bottDcI.'..Ace;_oth.tlapin. ,. V "
were elo.e4J the avalanche. ...,... For ol<< Loral : ; .. .
shill aopy fine Oar4 ratheInformation
aoaottula Immedlaa.iy.A.I. addrani+ .,
l .
.ay Ageni
!'if[ .' i : forilVfr r nR' 0'A -... : BKARDEM. ] r.; I I R. it'brrtsY
tinT,V. .. .. '..,Adatl..UII&OII'I. \- '*A:D >RAVffiIQB t,Aast.'.cieav .a. $eait,6 l lIT .AVQ torMatrletPupn. .srAlsnt 101 W Bow ilt: I' ....,. '
weather this week.. i t Tnrili.l'LA. '
.. ayawUciM wJ law-. Campl.IaaL, jf .- Nloe .......lla, hbol,7.. UIJ!..' r, (C.B.HMOBM. iacllllOaYUlrila;, s ;

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