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 8, 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: VID00071
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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"WATSON'S. '- BILtTo ; treasurer'The.State ot treaHurer the Board shall'of Control be ez-offoio and S 'FOR. '/ ,GOOD. ROADS' ,' ;ASSAULT CAT'; ARCANA.t ,. :.4eteokJlriwat., .. .' e

....:..._______ 'pay warrants of .the J3pard of Control ,. ' '" .1, A1 GuU.; ... of Verfieaa4la.'westwice : .,f rofcssiowi Cams.PA r
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'' inT' t ., In die hospital from a.....eoa.e .
To Agricultural (n- approved by thepresldenfof, the same.Jhe Arguments Favor by, Negro Enters. a Lady's: .Room. opIJe.' "'''slDg 5 o< tumors., After Doctors

stlfute,In South Florida : "Board*of Control of the Florida the, Qcaia- Banner Man. Leaves a' Telltale Coat'and and all remedies.tailed, Buckleo's .. .
Agricultural, ..lDlt.Uute'iba11; appoint r Arnica VANE AGNtW: ;'
quickly 's
save 'arreited'jfurtherinflammation'and
such staff of instructors and ia'struo1 Not-SW* have "been! asked by ,the I Is Quickly Jailed. : < .'J'JI
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cured him.
. Iiihe ju11 of tlie, Lion' as in It.jndgementmayberequir- Good Roads Association to contributean \ .'. lOOn" I 'ATTORNEY I".AT'" _: w.:....... .
4'h . text I
: aches and kills 35o "
Tribune. quers, pain. ; at " I
Special to Tamp -, | NOT _
introcuoed Representative ed oarringoutahq provlsfona( of this article on the building of these .AND.. 'Y': '
bill Watspn '
of Osceola county', for. a: Florida- act., It'shall fix their,<1utle ,.Jrms of throu'ghfares and Ao not know 'that we Arcadia, .May, 2., Intense< exciter; all Druggists; i; , ;'I. -', ,.SUOf&Jt.1JrLA: -I;

service'and compensation,. can, do .better than to reproduce an menthas reign.dlntheviclnltt, of Hull, "" ;<>> I. '' 1': "
'Agricultural Insiltute. ,, DR' J. W.:, 1MFONl ,;
A bill to be entitled. "An act to estabi v- Section V1,-,-Te: ,looatlob- of. Jtbe .article written about. foul:' years ,ago slnoe" o'clock' : last night'oocasioned. & . t BEFORE I .
.h the Florida Agricultural./ Institute Florida Agricultural Institute shall be when the scheme fo;' bonding'"' Marlon by;Tom lirown.collored muempilngto-"i. .e; bEN: : IsT.Offine

/ and to'provlde'for the looatiion, support fixed by the Board ot Control of the 'county.for $100,000 for the purpo.-of rape:ajoungwhite Thurman. ;lady !by !the nama_ ) .. .' GOIHG'' cm over': l : .., "
of Miss the ,.daughter4
and .control of the same as soon practicable after It.riraDlzaUo .'Issue3d. a OSFtcEHouna: :,' :OOsan.yto 12 jaV
,. functions machinist'.' SHOPPINGi . : \{ ;
at the"Pease ; '
.same," "" . 'Said location aU con- "Banner. Rivers> Mining m $ 1:30 to 6:10 pI'' m. : .;

site enacted by Legislature, of the slats adapted lo the The add every a result. of the attempt, Ton>--Brownis,, | J}!, Telephone No; un'b
Stale of Florida" purposes specified movement. that will be .of I list tor ZJ ,.lyr.vj|
Section I. The j Florida Agricultural same shalfbe within one mile.of a re* benefit'to the farmersthe ,(producers now clQsgjly guardedto to' regret pf an F': . \ .
enraged populace 4. Toilet Soa'W > THOMA8OIf.Physician..4 '
operated j 5 u. ,. ,
l'ularJ"chartAld and .
railroad those j
efforts : all '
+ Institute Is hereby;established.' upon we are 'P.rt1sus "'
her' \ KComt AttCALLS:A.Iwtae
-Miss Tburmaa'was aroused from 1 :
Florida' and within .two miles of, a municipal dependent. .< \ 1 .... .
Sec.. IIj The.Objects of the .11.
; sleep abo>lT o'clock Friday night, ...leI.... .P.... 33.' i OtflaTheaellf .,
." agricultural Institute shall be the dissemination ity with !good accommodations. for. Good roads will be'sTboon to them ) ] .. flj tttaan1tzE7LLllR..A / : ;' -
of the.uI tul. practlcal'-in- the trveling public. when nothing el e.wlU) the presenoe-of! : some'unknown! person lUtlt.Hoods. Bl. t .

formatlon among the farmers and fruit Said land shall be located In a county We believe the farmers owe 'it'to In. her bed. She was almost' In a stupjor | !| s-< We have some *' B.; STEVENS.; ,l. U '

growers of the State; for 'the purpose where the live stock industry andtb'e themselves: to bare good roads. : when sbe awoke, 'aDc\'It.\ "is now believed Jt .
c 'jiurprlses in'high qualltv. &Dd JJ5 :..D lNTIST: .;...
that the Had'attempted ,
growing of' citrus fruits are well Why should tbejjr"fivesout negro to ,
of Jmproving the condition of arglcu- they wear : K low prices, and you should.tnot. :-.,,
iural pursuits, and productiveness' established commercial Industries i plodding: over "miserable;, sandy, chloroform his victim before commencing I .mUs them. .. Gal Administered, .
a Florida lands. Said land shall be deeded the Board' road.. ? the performance of his heinous I J 8.30 *. M. to u.... 1 M y

a+ For !these purposes the:, Institute shall of Control pf the Florida Agricultural i Good road wHl J nSean' food, teams,, crime, . .JJ}. tlon Just at now our! extra: our..t.traoI latest ?I: I O.mcs.Hourst ;11"30to, ; ; S.JO P: ..., '. },

,conduct model farm where theprlncl- Institute' without cost to the same, and and why. Ihoulc1' '' our farmers have As Boori as she .could snfflcienty perfume, . 'ORLA. DO. : ; FLORIDA, ,4
the said board Ieber'bliyoonstituteda, I both? ,-, .sj", arouse herself,' rhea gdve the--alarm lot,>
qt ples of correct pfoctileshall be follow -7 r M. '
'" ed.. 'Experiments shall 'be conducted corporation for the holding. and. convey.llIgGf ''To,hi've; good, road our 'farm, ..r3 which frightened.'the'' would-be rapist. ; CONGO. RbSE'f f J WiLLSqN.jR.el ; ,! .

.' *ln the breeding;; feodin 1 and the care I property, )." not only owe It to tb4melves uttbe.y I Realizing: that He must,, 'make his .escape There Is an atomizer full Of Itjj jj>. <- IS s NoTARY PUBLIC..j:..;. ;' \h:.'- s %

WI of live stock, propagation, cultivation 3ecU6n.V117 .,Ther it hereby. appropriates owo to. ,their wives, who certainly or soon be face'to face with an i, J upon oar counter,, and we want.* t -. STATK. ATcLAEoz. S- .

5 and fertlllxiag of citrus1 f.;ult and from any .,"mitn the, State perform enough drudgery: to extract, enraged father, .be .praD through the you and to test, its fragrance'delica. Real Estate. Afc nt./; "'_ .

.:;(1",: other crops'especially adapted to ,the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, some;'Teal, pleasure from life, once -a window'aud escaped into the cy permanence.It KISSIMMEE.,: ,"'->:.' ", TLORH3A. ,

.. 'location In which the the institute Is !. the sum of five thousand (t5OOQ.rdol-, week at-leasti before Mr. Thurman reached darkDe'.j a costs. 75: cents per, ounce, in f. ':"w-RARW: : Ll.;,

:: situated,- theuse,, and' conservation'ot iareforthepurpoaaorequlpping' the ,A drive to church on. a beautlfullSunday l leavinghis coat behind him.Brown' please'baDdlome bottle time which look will J,. .

Fs '", tID' the"growing of crops-and the Florida? ,Agricultural Institute with worntog-over hard roads will beat a hurried\ retreat to negro at It. ''you.e.e-rr .you. i JUSTIC..Or/THB Pjt:ACK Aver),

;' protection of rollli against damage by necessary build legs and appll anoea and be an oasis In' 'the '!ive.' of farmer's. quarters. where he felt, that hewouJd. li I NOTARY: PUBLIC. ,STATIC AT;.I+ARAMAkffAaEs fj
cold, in Otder that new facts"aad. meih- for m> nt IDlng" the prescribed work wives; r .tilt secure ,'as DO on "had' 'seen t range tn fancy price pertum6 from boo: atomizers : _A'.'SpaCIAl.TY.,
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ode of practical tienrfits may, ba made of the' Institute, the sum of. n"e'tboua- Our farmers not only owe it to them- him, but be was mistaken., The coatwhich 'Everyone s. beauty.. < Office oft- Stewart A'wnusr";?;jcKISsIMMEE.

a ,available-U> the s 'riculturlsts of the and dollars annually, selves and their wives to have,, good' be bad forgotten' "making' his '' '. 0" fl'90"1 ,vivr( r..V .FJL.A:

State. -. Sectlo'h Vll.-All laws or part of 'roads; but (they owe it;to their child hurried departure.'.contelned evidencethat i '' "

II Thas the principles of correct practice laws in conflict'with any of the provisions ren.: -.-.The aim of every; luau should be led to bis discovery,:, THE ,OSCEOLA fl

; nay be made! available to as great. of:UU,ngj.are hereby' repealed.' to leave' the world; .better' than he,. ,In' one 'the pockets statement. ota + .;

+rIr a degree as 'poi.slbjej;lhe'Florida Agricultural Sensation. found-it for those who live after' him. small'bill of goods handed' him by
Institute shall maintain Good roads will enable the most of Merchant Brow9Mhlte' ,; the' previous Ot10000000fIOf.t30
i There was a big sensation 'Leea- "
:. classes and>'Bourses of instruction lit 10. :Us to do this. "" eveoing'waieecured. The'statement''' i.v 'yp.lnf'T -
", vile, Ind. when W. H. Brown, of that i ' ,PROF. EDW,, :DeBBBREV; : L'
l.boll-J'Qbject.a"esuentlal to lobe't attaln- How much more 'cheerful :life, on a 'was carried to the,,merchant, who at ,
place, who expected to, die bad
jie (of this end,. by syetmailoKCorre- ; was farm would be to the country boy and once.remembered It;.aDd ..Id'he could, '
>is. Ms' Ufa saved by far.'King's: New lls.
/ with \ which to enroll girl! with'good', roads, leading to the ea ; y
'spondence C\JUD' :lovery, for' Consumption Ire, writes i : ', negro.A'search Sherman,'of TanH
!I / .s pupils of such institution.. There. : school, ;church '.the 'Village and the was instituted and. Sheriff a 'tt
, 'I endured irfufferable'agonies 'frothAsthma ' pat South Florida Aets. _
%4; .1. shall also be maintained cla e"lnt.he but .'Nw Discovers. trusting-placet. ,. ._ .. T. E. Feildor( was, notified.., Citizens at' : 1 r' 4'' l .

'various departments of agricultural 'rave me' immediate your relief and ,soon t' Good' roads will bring the- churchesand Nocatee and Fort pdgen notifiedand For: Ik' sicsowaedLuddcn 1j FL

hortlcualtural theory and practice fort the .schools. of the country' closer kept up close watch. All passing : '

*.. -;;; hetneAtofpraetlealfarmersoryouogmelt .Similar.hereafter..cureiL effected_'of a complele Consumption! cure. together of" !trains-were throughly, 'Inspected.. ,A ( .- Campbell Smith, ,

wishing to acquire a Iho -t'ttme, taeneumonia'Bronchitis' and Grip are;!'lr' wlltthlnk'noth.* lar .crowct Collected Jn Hocateetc._ : j .Puss. red,On a,Co..
a a knowledge of the fuhdamenta 1 prlncple's Ing' of a ten mile spin 00'their bicycles' meet Sheriff Fielder In the event be ,

involved in the correct and sUcoessfull ;uroerous.It's: the; peerless remedyfor to the school and the'churoh. should catch the; negro and,attempt: to : Having
all throat and lung trouble. Price >r' located permanently Fall into lime'
pfatlce of agralcultural and SOo; and 11.00.' ..Guaranted by all Added to this great pleasure* we can return to'Arcadis.The .' I 1 'in Kisslmroee I solicit.orders for t 6
horticultural No tuition'fee see''' where; this will result ln great was, coDtlo"ed 11 pianos and
until and
pursuits. Druggists. Trial bottles free k , search; ; I organs guaran-i'I. lad order yourrnev spring suit t
shall charged any citizen of Florida' '- W*' economy. to the taxpayer. a. m. whetrthe vigilant officer, found : tee satisfaction in all dealing., from. ,the'great. .Oak Eaael, of
for such insluctlon.Bection .. ep JUNE-NUMBER Many of,the schools now feeble and the fiend concealed at negro '. "
.' often for rY.. ____ _& ____ L.JI_,__.... _.quarters LL_ I :It M. : STRAUSS :BROTHERS
lu.-tltU4en&.e auenoingff we suspended falling to keep up ue 'II. S" UUVO'U-UUUUIa'UJ.VWU"!" lU Win Uki P., Is .. tie hail :
ctynreoidf Instruction provided forshall Hew Idea,wonaa,' Mag.z'.e.: the required average, can be consoli. the, buggy and driven rapidly J :, .!fay. I it. sls. ( sir sfttclslty. Htsdassrttrs st GeM TalUn-. 94 VMS*.
., the labor of the Brides, graduates' and flowers''are dated and made strong. Nocatee was'surro'nnded'anil the'of6... tbs Crsvss Noks' !I". O. Edx. 293..... '
perform such partof experimental The larger a school the better it Corrtsvosdesce Sollclttd.".T.r u'$3'' , ,CHiCAGO .
and illustrative work as the Jje dominant features of the first month Is suppoel( .to bas .. clal and his. prisonerwere welt' underway 9r,!Sfostk. From startto. .finish'food '.....

management shall deem lo be of educational .>t Summer, and the Juue number bf the The same, rule also --Applies. the before 'the fact ''of the capture< II .Iff.Is .tb.-iprWonalmsli.t' M..

value'., Students deeiringtoper SEW IDEA WOMAN'S MAO Z1NJI: treats. churches.Instead of feeble leaked out and in less than forty minutes ' ... :are'of'sJi' ", ... a '
struggling churches -
form other necessary work. for remuneration of them alii: "June, the Montlt'ot Ros-' bere! and there, with Irregular ser the burly beast was' safe behind '.by' tW. 'b '
towards self "I," Is a practical floral by the bars of the. epunttf' ? L I ,
as s means support paper vice.good strong churches can be ]Jail here. Jln .
while attending the. Institutepball be &namln] U. Keech, charmingly illus- maintained In every net bborhoodl Sheriff Fielder: did 'a fine'' 'of W.LVdflbiizor&Co.: ---. -.., .. ---/rFIM"
a'' 'Good roads will\ bring the farmer ; piece '\ .....!'-oshlf
'rated. Sarah' Slater contributes '
given opportunity for the same at a work. He captured his/man eluded. Iti', >
fair noteworthy article on June Brides nearer the markets, nearer to town your perfect fl.,>esMisrt _,t

'Students compen shall provided f> board Agnes.Warren describes June Fete.;;"1 I camps.-nearer ;w the 'phosphate" ,. and ,mining; the villain enraged in J Jail/populace There and'was'"consider' landed: : the : B RIOREAL': : j K E 'R ::6" j; ; ".I\r rnoie 1' :'t teu i ew*

and lodging at the instltutel-atjclual.. und Kate Marston writes of *,'.> Woman : Good roads will not only' ,bring the able talk of lynching, but it is doubt (. ;st6rss'oiiookj:;OT srtbe: Man. .

+ cost products the crop and animals and her Pin''' Money! In.:acl.di-I enable farm nearer him to these haul places much heavier but they loads will ed if there will be''an'attempt.made to I -:--"":-" 414 .assortmaEROirgooIii. ..' '

M maintained on the term Jobe used soP Lion to tho.e.a Iiitlnct.Jl timely themes, with much greater ease. ',* break jalj/and( secure him' :, Sheriff E.S1ATE'AND : : sBd Dobbl... patteiirIK" sew

o! far as possible for.the PUpo'l of, reducing the. several departments, of Society : ,The amount the county commissioners Fielder has placed a heavyguard about ge0te"yob'priilathetlfln .....

this expense.: < Fads. Good Dressmaking Embroidery asked to be allowed to set aside for the building. 'I INSURANCE'> Mtro ., .ro. ra5Iwsys. ; 111
and Home receive ,
this wilt enable
purpose tbem.'tobu, I .
Students complying withipeci5o requirements novel treatment, characteristic of theaeaeou. the' most Improved machinery. and the ij i ' ' (i i "' ,. .sbsolnuH'. .. grtpaRMy i \
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shall granted. certificatesof ., Toe seort stories\. and"'verse road. can thus be built more cheaply, Reduced Rates to bavaanah.,, _. ,_ L " .
proficiency of attainment. are of exceptional: v skilfully and expedltiously.- i Southern Baptist Convention 'and I'; Sprlag',Altmeata. ; c W.. :: ::O&: 1n.

Section IV.-The buildings,ground '. .And who will pay for' this great "luxury Auxiliary Societies, ''Savannah, Ga., Them is an aching and tired feeling: r ."1.'.t -<'Ii tar .: J' w.

aDd equipments of the institute shall be pre.r"PSace. of the Hunaa Astatoss.y ? May 14tb.. 1003. Atlantic Coast Line : tie fever bowels and kidneys, become ,
.Largely; the railroads, theowner-of, 'jEW' l B K1 ).
.Accessible to farmer. and citizens Interested
b in agricultural pursuits. 'That ,' ? phosphate and turpentine plants, merchants offers rates. one first-olasa fare plus 25 sluggish,and inactive, the digestion : .I .

; th.beneflt.ottheinatituteme, Ue kissed her ,back.-Atlanta Con and large land holders; cents for round'trip tickets from Montgomery impaired' with little'or no a'ppes.lte. no ..' f : ; .' .

further avalliable, there shall upon the "stitution. She fainted ,upoa"his 'de It seems to us that If the farmers do ,''. Albany; Lake City; Jacksonville -! ambition for anything and afeeling Having bpeno4,'ACHsrb.r:: tebop" fa '9

i' request of any. ten citizens of any. county p.rture.-4Do' Union: Shs sealed. not take the will advantage stand of this much opportunity in: and intermediate, pointS .to be I that the whole body''and; mind ,needs the old I as. MarkwtbWldlag" 11.

,in the State,be held one publ lo meeting berself,; upon his ent ring.TAlbiap their ownlight.they very',". .. . sold..May Mth 1nollUli";J'Jrom.O&.ber!; : toning np... The trouble' I. that. ,dur: this method of Mktesf". J*.**""-.M$1. ist' i -
In.that county yearlyfor: tbe ,dtscuulonof.Improv.d mocraUShe- whipped. Dim upon -Th'e> careworn wives should demand points Map' .."ih'' inclusive, with re ,ing-wiuter; there has boenTan, aboumulatloh public-.1 am patronages an experiencedRive "-;qq.' '." -
agricultural meth his returner-Burlington! Hawkye. How this much of their husbands.The . .. t.urn"im' May 2oth"lfi03.,; of waste'matter ID the system: my customers .U= 1d. III '. ,.,
cmod.., the sane to arranged| for, and about the woman who was hurt: la the brl 'ht-eyedbo,and rosy, ill m.- By deposit of ticket by original purchaser Herblne will remove it, secure to the ol the business. ""e

the expense horns byte Florida ..Ag fracas. ?-,Hallway Age. Be kicked thetramp'vPoDbls pied-cheeked girls" should beg"for, this with Special.Agent' Savannah sections a right exit, and, by its tonic clean towels and easy, ;p .
much their fathers.- effect .
" fully restore the wasted tissuesand .
' m"mot.toO. Give me :
h :toral'ID.'ltut.e.: f ; sitting down.. Amerl- ,The bonds should be sold at three or between the hours of 8, 'a, m. and 8 p. give', strength in place; of weakness. ''''' ,, .:1'' .
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The maliaif"m811'0Itbelri.'I'lIte four cent. and the whole hundred m:, and upon of fee of 60 .
shall can Pharmacist. We thought she sat per payment, ,, SOe M Osoeola ' ,., !lleJ
t Pharmoeyj .
'from timeto time,'f in earring outfits objects down upon.' being "asked.-'Satarday thousand four Ought thus"Ina"erat used for three thousand or, cents at time'of deposit' extension D until S . .. I ,...'
.... publish the results pf its experiments gossip. He kissed her passionatelyon years dollars interest.' \ June 1st may be secured. 'Exoel-. vvvvvi.v jv\ .. Si

and investigations'. and other her reappearanoe.-TJeffersoa: Sou 'We' ,but (12,000 per':-year: train service quick IOh dule..*.; ....
Important information deemed of value venir.;' A Chicago footpad was 'shot Into the good roads fund.' 'The month of,May la eavsonah is ,
;! the : ,,. That amount would-par the interestand delightful and with: the 'number : :
i rr1 to agricultural and horticultural I In tbe'tunnel.-West' rn, Medical ,Re* very arias : ;
principal of the bonds in less than : .r
interests. of Florida., porter. We feel sorry for thet poor fifteen years. : of adjacent resorts 'visitor'.cannot; .P' :

Tbene; publications,shall,,be mailed womap who.was shot in the toUreglonsi We can. pay: 1.mucb.lmaUeio .tax fall *oenjojrjhetripi_ __? .
free to any citizen of the State*req ue tIng -. Medical World; :And why than we are now paying and retire the Ticket agents will give full info'rma.. .
the sams. .. -- the who fatally bonds tweDt,.-,,"years. : Lion W. J.-Craig! ..-Oen:1-'&... Agt., $
-f"Section. !drop a tsar for man Kas In a word, the Interest and 'prlncipalof Wilmington, N, C.J W. H. ,Leahy ' .
.. .V.,;-Wlr.hlo'sixty: days from stabbed in tae rotunda, and for the bonds can be paid and the farmers Div, Pass. Agt.. .Bavannab. Ga. .'''t,:"J (41)r. "if' '
; the approval ''of this act, the Governor him who was kicked on tbe highway. of the',county, whom good roads / ., "
i ,.. Medical ,Age.., 'Hour" about. will 'Immediately' benefit,,would ass.tu.lly Aqe: Limitation.. ,GuaranteedGeneral i :. '4 ;. ,. ,
? bajl appoint citizens of the State .
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thetenderloin feel th. less ,
the shot weight
fellow that was .in" taxes thanat 'There'U'a HDr.lment..btebprecludll ' F1. '
-as members the board of Control of the moment, and would growing :.r" i,1-
dtstriet-"'Rockwell. Phoaio.Ihect" present enJoy 17 ;
.4 the Flo-1da'Agrlceltur.l'Instltuter alta : : an ever present and never ceasing old. see from enjoying-:'the th.r" :
,of whom'shall be perloDan7.epl'aar8d:; graphv.rPlease' 'a tear' for the luxury: --. benefits of choice positions in the business ".., : '
; in some 1 agricultural or horticultural Ruthven'girl ;who was hit 00't.h front ; Andthen" with !the amount of ,money world, Youth is everywhere. pre- i. ," ,
pureuttaa. porc .,Rome 'Courier! ; -A ;Thomasville asked.for the commissioners' will .be ferred.' In this respect Electric Bitters -- ,' ,, :" ., ": ," ?;
The'Commissioner .
; a vocations' Kicked ln'the able to cobweb the< county with good . .. ,' . -. "
man was ; gloaming I is different. Itbeneflis old! and young *- i
r ot Agriculture' shall bt ex-olHcIo roads, giving'_ no one -section an .advantage .:J"Qr:" BB.1O '1)7': . > ....i"
1 ,"*> member and president. o.this Board .byts-Geor; Ifa qle. Th.&rua11Ie.: En over, another. ? alike.. n y:aLItudlong 1 'of' A. 1 .- ,.M ' :: .( >
'CODLrolJ( '' 'i terprise.; What,, about the. Georgia "Ocala of course, Is not entirely unselfish way: rtj: ,'writes.: "I want everybodyto '

.'Tbe chief executive'. officer'ofyvthe !the editor Florida that was poUr.iCl&o'who out in' the was rucui burled.Or'this,Ocala matter., already But:has she. Is good almost ' know what. Electric :Bitters, ..;, It ; W"; B. :M r akinson .d

i Agricultural Institute shall also roads.- isShe cured, me"of: 'jaundice liver' trouble" ; 4
Florida -
.t 'be member oflhe board'ofCoutrolr J In;the primary?.: :.Or the Alabama. Jury pot only has them. within her corporate from which I pad!suffered for years. < .
ex-Ofiiclo ,,
: of twelve meta, who'were hung;?, Or the limits but they lead x>ut several It'A a great ton 16 and nervine and curesLtver .:IealeX'S':2.n:: ' :, : ; 'ttJ ;' ,,' '
all members of. 'Which' Ihi.ll'tak" ' .
Ocala:mail who was half.shot in s> bar mile. In the four' cardinal ..directions { Kidney AneL'lt.omaoh. troubles.'Only ; .." :"t. "
r usual oath. of office presclbed and are all paid 'for. ' t Hardware .
for, State;officers.; They' ,shall serve_ room.-"H. <,t . I ITo The'Ocala Bapner pleads for good' '" 60a. "and, guaranteed' by" ;all'"drug'' .
for fOIU"78&r and without emunel'a" Care ..Cold' l., O.., l Da> y.. toads in behalf of the wives the boys ''1'1s' . Goods.Get '-" ,'11.\\ .
and the girls) on !the farm, whose liww t J I !., \ fT>;{;.S?..' I' 1,
tion.: Their actual. necessary personal Take Laxative Bromo ''Quinine would '. "The Times-Union says."Miss Al* ,
they brighten. r } r "' "
expense forsuending the meetings of Tablets All.druggists'; refund" Abe It'can conceive-of nothing else that F ice Roosevelt .. said to bet on the ra- : .: : : ___ ; r ;,.' ; : 4,
the board from '' ''VViGrove's will add so much to the t;' oes. Her; esteemed' parent,' boweuer, prices oq barb wire and bVTOq
shall paid. the State money r-b: falls: to [ours. E. : nallsbefere l j siMwtwrtf
re"'lIJ'1irJ": ,, i signature is on each box. '.256. ..of farm. life" as y4b good, deUa-huulnea.1-. .I(.seems-:so far inclined as the,to South back is tb.4arong concerned race. ., '. .... _,_. ', .e ... .-' '.. -' -

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.And defiantly Incredulorsly, tie s

man, with his red.-honest face full of : A '.TaIk ta Spinsters '.' AFFAIRS '

sullen anger; turned to face his visitor :

91lfford hesitated 'He had''' said By Lilian Bell. j

nothing about' (be sort of hand It was UE first thing a woman thonld do. who sits down to think ont a

.and he began to feel that be .-vould deliberate scheme of happiness. Is to close her eyes and think, out ot

rather lose all chance of ever seeing T all.tho world what. she would rather do If she were junlstress of leer '
watch 'or money again than formu luxuriantly: regardless of the .
t own fate.! Think I It out luxuriously, SOAP'JELLY.
later however euphemistically the''' down from ,our
possibility of achieving It:. Then gradually come
fearful accusation. ''dream .ol a piilace and-a yacht and a private, ,car to the IIJt'Plr. S 'Jelly to wash delicate' ;i

r "It was-It was a"sliock, rOd know?" Take your timer about It. Think each'drcnni out In all Its tudnllt.W with 1. easily and' cheaply made tl'OI

'u'J ,. ululUl11H11111111 he stammered, meekly "Tbe"hand 999* !ng detaiL Then come on down by degrfrcs-for! ltls never attt.- bit.* of.toilet soap the last of cake left

was snatched away as _loon as I felt five to think of tho things you {can afford-untll. you.have reached: in the bath room. 11'11I11 wldemouthedeliss

It": I Ior Uu-cc-fourttm-mu of these
'reasonable :
something .
; ft93{ >C nceoW-enders ."Well," grumbled Claris, with it ,Can ana-jioTirbolllng( j : .water
apparent Tow think! of the way: you ouldiic; t earn money; you blel.a a atart. odds a1d: ends

Author ;.of The Mouse on the Aarih." suspicion on bls'slde, "It seethe .you.trim hater Can you darn anal"embroider and mead lace. ? Arc jou fond 'over them. Add a teaspoonful of ;

[ nr.'br xob..e -- sans to me a strange thing that! a' man of animals Do rick birds' get Avcll! under your care? ''glycerine and the Juice ot half a lemon.stir' .

CSAPTEK:: 'ILContinued. on his'bet alt. Clifford had read tales should feel a thing like that, without Or or you h. business woman by Instinct count and! multlpl1and ; and allow' .to> dissolve; -TUft Jelly, '

of this sort, which he' had Indeed calling ouil "It's'tha first thing: a man subtract without chewing 1.\ lend pencil and being a ream of paper Js-e-jcellcut not only' for flno laundering

*:Sometimes- HI iiado, wy.:.somrtb looked- upon .a*. highly lmaglnatlve.but would do as wasn't-'quite a born fool" Were'yott-Uortf-ln tha'city and Into the heritage of the' boll bedroom, ana : but Ito soften. and whiten' the
up '
to Jump and makefor the teller"Ahl" tar '
disappeared l altogether for a few sec now lila love made him snatch 'at woUld yon'sire anything cn e rth-rorXUtllo.eqttKeJQ the country, not ao ha4ide. .

.. to I'4NlVt'eart'.teaftill.1, creeping this or atj- any way of escaping the 'Oeorg'Clarla.loobd exctaUued.! Clifford sharply; from 'the city a. to bar you from going In'\vheji"(he frcffrf'Tit-night mal you '- ---i: .

round the walls of-the little room. Only dreadful possibility of having to acknowledge .at him with a too lonely; nor so-near, to other}'wople as to hinder ".()II;fl'om wearing a abort "GOOD FLOOR Toinsri, ,

j, one thing be could mall: 'out from the -,thai:"Nell rwas....a-thief.- 'illeansrr'1"deepening frown. "What. -- -do' ,you- lrtJ\I .lI.Jun-bonnet all day?/ Melt slowly ono pound of yeliOW t
k vague outline which VMS all he saw of The sleep-walking' notions had "Tha !I 'Iure-'tbat.: Oh, you .office women o4 1 illli\.t1'llt--YoU J tftrVflu1s..atl1l !Into flWtlX.M 'SiLlt one-quarter of a ,

he figure-the1 Intruder was n woman' brought Kim some coiifort. and lie.felt far from aID not that I'm very make both ends meet, de.aelle4clt. ,.. noise iim-ascd 1 by ,city prices. pound of cemmon'resin' "' lottlnjfinmslt-- T

He beard a sound wblch he took to be quite hopeful about clearing up' the maD."' sure- the intruder was a. blinded by city nights! Oei out Into the suburbs, or even the country, and with the wax. Then add -onc-
,the dropping of bin. clothes! when they mystery when a faint noise outside "Who do. you' think It was' then dad what life.holds.for-you.--IIah>cr's.Bazar.: ' of 1\ pound. of oil of turpentine.. lirconstantly. '4/c

p. had been ransacked.' Then, though he his door made him start up and listen. Remove from the Ore and r

hardly saw It, 'be felt that the figure lIe peeped out.upon the landing, but Who do an you* think Itwas as took :yourwatch . JtS continue to cUr unlit;) the mixture 1icold. ..

.was approaching tbe bed there to be' However your money; Speak outsir : l'ftllnpplr the
was no
one seen. With n wopteu
speak out It, you darel"The '
He remained' motionless, Imitating he kept his door ajar and blood rosoi i In Clifford's' face What Invention Has Done. nature to the floor; rubbing'hard In
the breaUilug ot'I1eep. watched. ,1 order to obtain HIP desired lustre, A
The man's .url,,"deflant tone seemedto .
''r He felt that'a hand was upon the In "a few minutes he felt a rush'of show that he bad elthcrjiotxe knowledge By John Graham Brooks. ,4' t floor polished In this way .can ,easily
bolstercreeping 'softly toward his cold air from the greund floor of'the It with
order wiping a
In Vy '
who bo kept
or some fear of the truth. But abundance foods Is explained:
HBArXESS and oC grain
bead. Then it was under the bolster house and dashing quickly out milt Avlicn-
upon la sweet ,
again there 'rushed o"erthe 1,10'1"? cloth saturated
+ and finally It was under his pillow, the landing, became face to face.with -young .tho story.of machinery has been told. The steam-going .
claulno.-Aumr: rcanQueen
'P Ue held himself in readiness to seize Nell herself, as she ran up the stairs. man an overwhelming sense of shame, .Icomtlned with a seeder and n a"harrow lw reduced tht- limo.requlred'tor ever Jt .requires' : .

'the hand at the' moment when It Now If It had not been for the which prevented him from being' more human_ labor tin plowing, sowing and-barrowlugl) .
[ .honid explicit. .- to produce a bushel of wheat on an. averagejroro 32." minutes. --
_ i find his..atch and his purse. atranre'oCCti TfDCI! >of thenlghtClifford D
"I have spoken "but," he said, slmpiy. It has J't'dut't"dtho'flme AN ANNOYING HABIT
present tluw.
When ,once,the stealthy fingers had would bare faoaeht nothing ot In 1830 to 2.2 minutes at'the
to one ha lilt, of nail tiling.' "f a
touched' these.articles; however,.they this early meeting, People' rl o- early oranlmal14borper. bushel from fifty-seven tho'annoying
1' were snatched away with so much rapidity In-the country,,and'ftcll had the livestock Torn few minutes the men stood sf.I..nt. and one-half minutes; nt the same tlmo'lt has reduced thecost common amoug'chiltlren, Is curable in .

that Clifford had to spring up .to attend to, as sue had told him, each afraid! to say too much; of human and animal labof-' In plowing. "iweiUng mud Ita earlier stages, without resorting: to ,

y and fling' .out his arm to .catch the taking her turn with the servants. The Then Claris, as sullenly' as fiercely as harrowing/ per bushel of wheat front four cents to ono i-ent. the trlot: of rubbing: the anger: tip "f>1.

thievish bud fact of there being a visitor. the Inn, ever, beckoned to Clifford/ to follow. Before Whlble,', Invention It required th ''''ork of one person ten hours with hitter: stuffs.! .MaVJcura! the cliild's.\ :

AST his finger closed upon those of too'would hare explained satisfactorily him Into the Inn. to take the reed from one and one-half>oundl of cotton. The: machine: !> will nails earcfiiljj. and see that there are ,1"

the thief, however, he was struck with the care she took not. to make any "Come an' see 'em. come an' see now do in the same ten hours more than 4000 times as ninth :That 10,000,000 rto hangnails. Cut rather deeply Into ;.
a sodden and awful ,chill on finding/ noise. 'em alt Search 'em It'ro'u; like, said bales can be marketed In u.scasonjmd that. cloth Is so cheap la no longer a tho ('ol'nerll"an,1 file the uall short.; .

b that the skin ..he, bluntlrr"And look over the house wonder. .. often: bite their: nalli because-! \ ,L
was smooth as Satin, that But with his mind full of the agony j. .1ASlnen Clillilreli
the trembling fingers were slender and of unwilling suspicion, the young man an' see If there's a way In It or out sheet that once cost thirty day*' labor can now be made In even they are tot quite comfortable. A ,t, ' ,

soft, the hand oS. It that anybody could have got fn or fcovrs. do In what one man can do with.difficulty of nail I bIU1 to
small and delicate. could not help noticing that l\ellloolced A steam shovel can eight minutes jrnftjjed: edge one .1'
hand that lie knew! guilty and frightened that the color out "by. Come and see.for yourself, I In ten hours. The'dlrt may be unl-judedlrroiu a train-of earn In .lx make It smooth. and the! foundation:

"Who are you' Who are.your: >ho suddenly left her cheek., and that she say. minute that would require with as hor el a day's work of ten rueu. A stout- of the habit: il l laid. It the little Dr.! Ron '.

_ cried hoarsely., r stammered In. her efforts .to give him Clifford followed him In silence Into crusher will perform the work of COO men. Few material blessings bring more were cared for regularly from baby '1

1 But he got no answer but the answerof greeting. the little bar, allowed Clarla tQ point comfort to every class In the community than good roads. To none; Is the advantage homl few t'blldr..nvould adopt the ills ,) j

his own hee t. HI agitation was" "Tou-you get up very early I-I out to him tbat the window was still greater than to large' sections of the relatively poor, as In country agreeable: practice '. '.

aw great that the little hand wriggled had not expected to de-you down be- barred and bad. evidently not been aiatrlcta. Yet the rapid growth of these highways Is almost exclusively the .

ont of bis,"still! bearing his watch. and fore eight o'clock." she. managed to tampered with. Aa::
bis purse; and in another moment"the- say at last examined together the windows and It is largely against such that-labor has ralfCcK most angry protest. .
t the doors of the whole house andClifford An old lady of acqirninlnnce:
door had''opened and closed aud hottloue. And there was !III her eyes; as she ; It Is seen that hundreds are thrust aside It Is lens easily seen that masses my i

-.ra. looked shyly up aThIm, an unmistakable ( saw that, unless Claris him ire set-to work. The Hoe press prints, folds!, cuts andpaste) 72H)0 ldit-iigo( ] males the most wonderful rug from
_ self had been In collusion with tho raga. for old tnshioued!
They are not -
the defter the at
anxiety which made his manner, fom-nala, In a single hour. To gather material. make and raw
', ,"(; CHAPTER III. as. be answered, short and cold thief, no-one could have got in from paper aud finally to distribute the printed, sheets dr.1Iy'In twenty States must rag rappet- kind but when the color

'I Clifford : ,"I was the outside durlng'Ule night But than the machine: dislodged. err artistically; combined they produce ,,
King sat up In bed when the disturbed In the night be bring occupation to'many. more :
then Clifford himself had not suspected soft. IVi-Hjan;: carpets.: For the foundation ,.
,' 1"1>* door had closed With a flicker of dim said, sti>ay. '
-4 a thief from the outside of the burlap!: la used. Upon syf
\ ,light .nd'a rush of cool air.,shaking And he avoided berWycs as steadilyas -7 rug
_ *.'from head As for the persons who had slept In I -this,-when cut In UN slco desired, out ;
ti. to foot with excitement and she avoided his. '
the' house that night George Clarissaid ( line your design with a- soft blue pen-
khorror which made him cold and.slckjj _turbedr exclaimed Nell faint
Board ot Trade Functions.
in number. Himself
WM she a' thief. then,ra' common they were-five dr..hc'with. a steel buttouhook trInrpp
And his niece, Clifford the-Bcrranf crochet neeiUe"!>, pull a plcte'of.! ,
: I
this blue-eyed. plnc-checked girl ,tben, she looked tip 'qul k1r1D whom : Cent of Transactions Speculation.By I.
Clifford had seen In the bar, Ninety Per cloth -quarter of nn Inch wide and an*
:wbo. bad Infatuated him the evening his 'face with a glance 110 full of Inquiry -
and 'old Nannie a woman.between. Will -__ Inch 1n- length, through tbe loosely .
before Payne.
This elLof the -soft"voice of fear, that,against his wish -
the bright 'hair, 'to whose pretty and his will. Clifford's own eyes met sixty and "seventy years of age who BOUT ninety per cen-t. of nil the transactions the bo.ird woven bUIrnlnd draw It out ngalii

; fend'> h. bad listened with, delight hers with suspicious frown. slept In ''a small room, which was are pure speculation, consisting of trades made by perrons who as It you fvere taking: nn ordinary mlsl
If }"e'hGc) ,been,ready to-worship "What wife It that disturbed your scarcely than a' cupboard do not expect to receive or deliver u bushel of actual grain. itltch: In sewing.: After the wbota! Bnr-

for ',fcer gentleoesei} her I affectionate! asked the girt Infirm the ground to floor, because. she' was too '-ThlatpeetxativeJrading !Js not only tho most prominent but lathe face oC: the rue has been covered In this *

t kindness fdr her rough old uncle Jfo. I He hesitated. Surety: this candid goups.talrB. D most useful of the> -board's 'function Without: It there. ivny. trim the uneven- ends with large i
,Clifford made theezcut:;: e of wishing
.it, w simpossible, lie had been anxiety was a proof of.Innocence, not could not -possibly be tho broad market which' makes! wheat ihcars. and too rat!: la flnlsheil. These

\, ..l:J t dreaminglie would wake presently guilt! Surely a thief would have been to .converse a little with the old 'a liquid asset everywhere In the United States' The Kpccul\ rugs,: _may bo made from woolen or silk
:i. woman, that he might have an opportunity
, to to find that the-experiences of tbe last ready with a glib speech:, with a look of her bsnds. They tlve, business mennsfislmply; time_l'crteC'tlon of ft trade organization. :rasa and utilize cloth that 'o'Jld1)lI.f'I'--
_ 1,f:few: minute hud been: ,A nightmare of overdone surprise. He looked afray were" withered and lean.- rendered You "may buy n corner lot which In yoOf"opinion Is likelyto wise l>o wasted CliP pieces ,.requiredhclng

''enly' : again,..absolutely unable to:frame, to coarse by. field work, and enlarged at- adv nee In value pay for it, go to the savings batiks-mortgage the lot. and very.mail..-Good Ilolllek.l'po

", With &wish to title effect so'strong her, the story of his trdventure."Oh. the joints by ,rheumatism. Withouta Borrow It the major part of tho purchase price, having Invested ot your own lug. . It was almost a belief, hevthrust I 1,don't know. It was nothing capital only' anniT!!'Ii to IIceur.. .Hie lender mrnlnFllima through:: fiuctuntfou In g
doubt It' wan not the hand of old -
>.Ur. band under ..his pillow and felt I I suppose." he answered, confusedly.He Nannie which bad taken his watch TI ueI: ;; a. hlghly',organlscd liquid maj.lcet-lI! e that In grain aud stocks, all nsTnoyi\j" INSECTS

.iia*b wt for bis'watch and his purse. felt the (:'Irl'. -eyes wero upon and purse. this lumber of mortgaging and borrowing Is eliminated. You simply paydown Bits -of raw cclton .or waddlng'Sat-: .

,,were cone,' without the poss''. him, but he would sot meet:''them He When he left the kitchen, where be the morfln. Virtually nobody would buy, wheat for: a rise If he, had to !lout. orated with the oil of pennyroyal, ,and

ritilq.a doubt. <," ; mustapeak.aboutlbls; 1081, or 'course, and the landlord bad thus interviewedthe and get the actual grahi.inspect/ It, find a Btorehoupo to lutlflu"s'e, that It placed comers, on closet shelves' and

. '>mS out, of .bed, groped [his but It'should be to.. her uncle,' not'toher. staff of the establishment Clifford was properly! Insured, guard j a gainst deterloraUon-\by;,sweatingctc.?, wb1lpit In. boxes'or drawers, will, drive away
I' i way; to the wlndoV and drew back.the ' t. followed Claris; again Into the road In was in,, store '811d''"hen.', ho';willhed''to':.' all: look'around: for,f,aScustoiucr i: eereral kinds of objectionable insects,

heavy_ -curtain, The_dawn was breakwinYrana.e. '! What' are .you1 going to do with' front of tho Inn.- who wished much wheat of Just such a ,sort The Board O[/ c nde docs cockroaches; ants, etc' Placed In a

p pale, f'Oldl'D"lIltht was, on yourself till breakfast timer' she Now," said Claris. defiantly, all this for him, 'the purchaser's part consisting only lu giving:( : anrordcHto. a saucer In the windows It will help drive

|j the ...,' ,The ralaof the.night before asked pleasantly., "We hare- no nice ""yon're seen every blessed creature broker and paying down.tbe margin which will Insure the broker);; against loss away flies. I have been told thnt.It fr

n' had made the air cool and fresh, andClifford's gardenwhere you could; 'walk abouton as was In the house lest night: Whichof through fluctuations In prtcQ. -This Is what mates the Broad market that: gives docs so completely. Saturated pads of

y : /he'a_ Ik''threw"brim waa a*, clear} at Is could pleasant lawn and pick roses. them was It as yon think took your wheat its staple raluc. I the pennyroyal placed between the

: : ". open:the-window' and Will you go out over the marsh and things" The-lloerd of Trade Is n court, too. "directors and various committeesare mnttress and around tbebed will drlvo

j h.C"to toDfe"'tbat: 'the'tilit of toe; bath In ,the sea"! I could show you Clifford hesitated. continually busy trying commercial cases, nnd hearing! and Bettlluz: tho <<
:' 'i woman -wtthitbe sort rand had been the way; to Jhe ferry Or'wou4. It bo "I have an Idea" he. al d.."and I putes which arise In the transaction of an Immense volume of IJUlln PR. of those! with which Egypt was

1 Da? JIty. U. :.obwrved by,ithe toot slow for you1 to-watch'us turn the want you to listen quietly, since If It Is Without the Chicago Board and the several lesser cxchnntresulikh<< copy scourged for her sluR., For this dread.
o'dodtbe light.:that ,It.was' nearly four jowl..' out?" correct it-takes away all suspicion: of Its methods and follow Its prices, the grain trade: jf"5T6rth; America would fall; ful pest another excellent! preventive

_ t tbat they bad examined' his clothes, sawn ; .Inneeeneet' ;-Surely!! .":'rhl**wne Inno anyone< baring acted dishonestly. Is to pieces, and every bushel of cereals raised norm of the Mer.lcnu:: line would Iud cure la un application to Infested !

; ,been dliarrangcd. and cence. Clifford only hesitated for a there In house who hare less value.-Tho Century. places of about .
your a-a-woman equal: parts of terosene
,.**'. J1e1wenl to..the'door..turned the moment Darin* that''nioment he told In and ,;I'-
walks her sleep? spirits of turpentine lOut ;
,Jnarynrydfe softly and looked ont himself 'that .
he would ---0
his "
conquer "Net'into folks' bedrooms to steal ** the solution In the Joints and the cracks

:add. 'f.t4'd6 iandlM rt" '; 'Ip ,it'aeddes feeling'for the"girt, that he would not their money, anyhow," answered Clara of the bed, about the surbase and In

;'''< 'that'" of'Clifford' noa: run the risk -becoming more Infat surlily. "And I've never heard of The Lack of Marrying Men.Some any other place where the insects have

room. A' steep and uated than he'was; But the next moment no sort of sleep-walkln' by' either of found lodgment, and fill all crocks
very narrow woodea with'l
; staircase led the girl conquered' and "* l
up looking "
;Io'tbetopofithe', them. Reasons Are Advanced by a Tliou htful English hard oap that can lx so treated' This\ >
ti i house and looking down into the fair *
stteet.faee be was '
"Either of thE servants, ?" Xsan old '
meaasaidCUffordjivltb faehloned
'aD.CFord.callld ;you "Writer. and reliable 'eDlt;
.J4ltQ44 era liatMt' rood jp think'that: his I own 'tenses had cdy-Woman's -
it we'top- -there was one door a slight emphasis. !other ijvIj remarks oa tho .quelltloll why Home Companion.
on either lied to him.thatlbeTiand, whfc&l had "Yes. "of course Why... aa"allreJ; : rend some as to
,1galrye.r--" ;i robbed him could Dot be Nell's. jiusbauds at: the pr onCdiy-: i>cm to be Whar tbn--itinerant
( You wouldn't sure dare to as '
\ ..:went;"backIn(o;his room;"dressed '!BO;! he followed her out Into the fresh say thief mynleemylovely performer facetiously describes as "89 backward In coming
Nell. to n
,& <'WttStt.; and: ut'b7'Ue window air 'was a. forward." The gifted 'writer on, this subject was of the
ppen morning ; helped' her:, to..turn thebolts take !" shouted the
,toUt of jrrekt egIt.A fon. ;your dirty money T opinion that the fault lay with the ladles 'who I
} ; Far' from nqd.drovf';,the, bats to let'out the landlord with sudden'' fury, all' the ; he thought II
*t;'od0.'to apparently ln- cows far their day's wanderings over could were apt to specialize 5n almost any direction rare that which I
1" more fierce that, as Clifford ,
.'t.o'" :. conclusion.! Clifford fought the 'marsU, 'and ta, look for the eggs he had heard whispers of the same ace ,,sould be likely to render them Rood lioaeew ives. Thus for

.: 1S It 'with all his might, Quickly whlch! :twamrlu tp1l.Ptts: Gt.thefowl instance, be Ielct't the intellectual and beok-loving'
Nell I Where
sort before. "Here Nell
t-< i'"' ealootoC: 'iirI1i Iad'eprana hoaee.. : *"r- Is charming to at dlDn'I'Jut her partner !la sufficiently Almond
'; "sf btfoc'ehtldflftb'a6dYe'Ulbr'\ #%il "b tor&u., akf..t tCme ire .c-" are And Von ? far-lighted to calculate tBaU It it ,.,,'ere a caito of sitting oppcsltc to fine Charlotte' -Three-fourths! clip
1 not 'heeding Clifford's I
weedy'< tempt .angry her at dinner of which she bad had the sugar onefourth'cup butter
d' .any hypothesis. how* > n nee of'+' the''night had becomes Claris rushedInto the house, I a ordering her o Droivnlns white. of three
A"'UIIIPo : t.t half' protests, would not extend to the gravy of the roast mutton! eggs: one cup flour;one,
.1.1 t S"A ; and"nlmost into- tbe-arms of-his niece. level
,tlbe''et/deDC/ 0 ; item -he conceived-that" dressed baking powder one
Again the-stoartly
s' ? [enjoyingJaei1's.nngaected'11vkIy; suspecting beauty Is being wUbJirhoai fourth
.. ,J :'tMt'I':,. .. Ina he H4there 1 W r as-'brucV ft ri .bt ..Jhe previous who; apparently nothing a;man loves to flirt,. but be hesitates about going! beyond the pfel'.u-.luary: ; cup milk; flavor with almond _
running quickly In from and bake ''
came garden 'e
.: ,f.j? hiss ** 4y to bile;. tb t- Onllrb ea'' his:,han .toucled stages of flirtation because be Is .doubtful whether hU banking account will delicately in a square'layer; M
,\:1; here at the sound of her own name.- tin. Whip
'' one pint
sltb hand \ stand the'.trftfn of the'costly costumcs. the luxurious cream,. sweet t
she !;
> lingerie
,'SJ' ,' 1 'toots tV' ;) &fkfet'of egptrolft' '."What Is It. uncle?' and the ci pensive rued and
: : 1ooi slrinnedas him did ClltCord"rreine etceteras'with which she will slightly flavored! with almond.
; evidently bu
th her.. witha J but expect a bl1nd'tc-provldo her
< She still wore her bat. It was until '
.7' tswremr W htdTjelcrln h1r han d when sbudderthIL4t:: was the"same touch ; Now there Is no doubt something in this; but It scarcely hit the very stiff, rile thick on the cake

,tv "e"'* Y.bade-Nell;: l'good night And then which he had -felt la ,the night the pushed back'and: with her'pink the wholesome and white bllU"-eye plump In the'middle.. Tho real fact of tbe matter Is that In every sad blanched sprinkle ,thick with almoudl' ., /,

.t..': desperate. \I!(1lty ipf:A this smooth soft faceglowing department of life at the moment we are nud_ u Bte-shreds.
same skin. the same slender prea beginning to set our standrd F
J: .. sting of mfrolnc aIr, smiled
eappo.tUoa the.fyelh SplDlah-
'str tck-'b\M..f't ftV
torce little lltlgtr'sko thatdhe"a.popld. much higher, U has been Galad-Select
.< ; : the very .thau ever set before What was looked I'lpei.but'Dot
at the hot and agitated faces, of
; }
't et a.JIIoyj ;i"Hs remembered,.the stalwr before he inVtf!.the'Iatadlord.vto two ' ',* upon thirty years.ago da a palatial and luxurious hotel is today classed as a oft, bananas and cut Into thin slices'
l' : I .:. art. trx U fJ fWbo cotae back to hlxold Nell dowdy and'third-rate establishment compared with the with a silver knife, Sbell
'R .... : 1 theory ,that "This'. man;' this'ceatleman', saysyou're colossal carnvnnserleswhich : English,wal t'
tlWD'UP II bdd! bf-i1n!" %'ei sonoiimhallst, 5 have in to the nuts until you have
a sprung response for
up one-third
\ greater luxury the
: and isanlflcence. quan-
> thle went
girl Says
'I'+ <* ;"aad be was) Corced' ._ ;. ay you City of e
to admit the
that : It was disagreeable, bosiness. that bananas: press ,the nuts
-.4 Into his room Jast night and stole his e
.. ,'susd the hank 1rblch'had' taken'bis watch of making-known'his..toss to .George watch and.his money, and that be I And while the standard has been raised.In' tho matted: of the creature com- through a grinder Qr chop flnpl..'Mtx/ .

__'- %".fcskd been purse was not bers.. Bat,mention Claris.. ,But It had to be done and las caught; ;your hand ,Jn' the very act forts; It Is only natural that having grown moro exacting all round wn thoulJ' fruit and nuts.lightly and heap: tbeai on''

," made of,"Old Nannie," a pe>- 'rooiip* .be' ''had' ''had his breakfast There.' girlanswer:; him yourself have raised our !Ideal of wlfoor:( husband) to a sort of unattainable: degree I platter covered with crisp//leflncoi' : I
: JD7
.'I;., -%>. oaags**W bhBusfIf"whoni he had not seen- and heahd'Ltd Clifford followed Uha landload $o the Tell him what you think ()f a cur that 'The result is that the ordinary everyday young woman Is wearing: : ojt the leaves. Pour the mayonnaise drosIuT t;

-, hat4hls.iBlKl4 I ba A nick-;- tr nt" bl the house,:where Aa/'ivts tak.njr tells such,lies, ae'them of *my;bonny sole of her dainty little boots in a fruitless search for tho !god-like hero of her over the whole, taking cnroMbat, It:

t. ,' at. .JII ot If l&'btl ,do mi the sutiers.-( ( fpld' him Nelll" :.1: dreams and finds that the everyday young man, with frccUloo: aud red hair, is seasoned! quite sharply with wyente Q -
I toD hf -
'J baa iiamethtnjltlklipleasaat: to! relate I The man'was genuinely aiitated,1n; does not fill the bill at all satisfactorily. Pepper 1

*s tile owner of the thievish! .fingers. to him.Th . I We,all remember. -little ,, roan and' woman,, who. : Balplcon of
_ -- AIUmMrb. ,tbisi teplanatiof. : deed, almost sobblng-i-wlth rage and In. ''s happy: Cairs Liver-Wash :'a
,, :; the '-young.,man at ones'ptrceived, I: disgust As for Clifford he'was inarticulate ' hour; bobbed !In and'out'of a little house to let the world ''at largo: know >vVot pound of calf's Ih..iea'et 'boU--' '
rery wlt4
... iftJ' : imUkeJy one Clifford bi 'aqdden,change to sullen, axp e- ; be could only look: at the girl,' the weather:WAS going to do., But.. ,,b7,the nature of.thet: 'uiochnnlm'It* Ing wate, add one-hnlf of n' teaspoontul -
1. ; y pft tJ('pfsysrate.peT>|sfe!niy' Ufcc; ibs latofilordV foaiaarj :
,/, aWl. : that as she crew deadly white and seemedto )Impossible for them both to bob out at once! ..Well that I is very .much till of salt and simmer gently until 'Sp
suggestionJ hsv was not wholly.unprepared for theta of her hOT arrangement with regard, to the << dUkeehero anal tho adorable heroine: tender Let stand ,
fa* Us, lose the bloom beauty. who !if In the liquor% /until
,4 mlad.r. T4u'was a belFet|. a4 )pf story, ta which' he was listen ro:: and ama' emeDt as she listened.,, the'do by; any chance happeD to meet. are sure to :nd cCoctlocs'ol. ,cold; then free from gristle and"chOli
ing. Ha heard with' attention the the other of them are already
ono or misplaced elsewhere.
j. : .''.q******.v tf a_somnambulist! if whole story, and only; looked up'wheaCUaotd'deerlDedkowb.3ie To be Continued._ v ,<* It must often. have\ been observed'tblt: ,tro dowdy and Insl-nlicarit little; moistenfine withu-strointo, beef ,'stock aand '
r," agooQJDfIt/blsttp' < ,
*' .... .. ttI : us such. marry el very highly, wjth. salt =''r
tiers picture
t tieJT toncbad. tbe hand u Itwas withdrawn did '70U'" asked the officers fight and...ttJe down .,snd llvo happlly ever nftcr.: But the elrls who table sauce, tomato'cataup popper '
sr. -,M.O.atinuaM7"dyp.atetlsbetbely .....1m41ft'll&WpllJ wr vt'l' f4"oN> who bad hurried to the scent aa soon gloriously and adorably beautiful (at this point( tho blushes art drops ot aDI'utnY '
of the onion
% U* 1dPt..with tbe; Idea of helping 1'o"totIae4: It. ypa sayr ,raid as the robbery-,.was ."er. "Xo!" betray the fact that aloe la reading this upside: down ns I'write !"Best Girl should be julce..The, mll.11': "' :i (.
1" U ) very 1I101at.' buE
are '
rid s .rtohL_ agher'smele.'unui'atJestw1M ; Georga=Clarts. sharply. Then'why the victim ."I chewed the pttit 'DOt nim- d ,
I, gasped ; rag be so very exldeantes that they find themtelTC settling. down into wing In Uquor. 'If N
f"8J'"w.ber..aD4; ; oa1 earth: Olda't, you ,hold. ion ,:and of course, but what good did. thatdor0bkagoTribaw of a cat-loving and parrot-tending old-mal lboodjast the jrloou; i .beside the A drinK: 'Is a110'l\--ec(; ,
I. .. .... in.her actual thftfts *' because they are wh - twq dishes ;you'could '
c ?; provide js;::; ,
n, .d -:1.D '.... ?, soma one baa brutally described u f too; bwutly,particular,"-Modera BodetyT a. la vb4 dish, finger sandwiches''* I.'
,''',. ,,,,,f"i 1 11Da4aWIUa
; ," "' t 'I- Whole 4
'' wheat or
"' 4 ,.... I'.m ,. ry*,bread,

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"f _, '
get hla"at"natlt LAND ' treasure. .Somewhere, within; its stick & 01t9901 AND INpN 1'1lY. "f-
not over m A QFI1TTLE: BAIN. ; fr v ;
borden If one believes report, is.a hill vr'V
"" quickly as, his parent expected _.,. a-'
seamed with"" I to 10 et iUOaU it la told bwwlMe
1 One'd.,''wbUe Clarence was out; tora.wal'Jt strewn withnuggets}( one ,
DEATH VALt.EY"THE LONELIEST *yataaM svOonbJ rainbow with 1

Ui G S he thought hi vtould'sit on a .REGION IN' !THE, W "LD.-, virgin silver Indiana; an scooped tld, clayeywatorkedwhere 'up earth -to, 'colon in Ute wrong order, and had bi a
4: nice ftat'.tono and take; a rest, but u correct osv ot Roswettl's
-. make cooking"''pots and shaped them 11
scon as he wa tiJcaly aoated the atone, P"
: son dial, the' wim' away'and Clarence, The Palpable Sena Of Mystery the' riskingwithgrains'of .ure.cotc! Old ,t J
due east instead of south,
jumped, up just In time to escape being Desert Air Bretds Fables (:ChUfly-, miners drifting about, the dcsenl edges;., 'A U told o th.s' j
story a
: weathered Into the' satnblanca' of: the 0 mor "
Have the !
carried oft He was so excited that hebegan' Lost Trouure-Hlilr That : through hi. to
to ask himself Questions st tawnyhills, will tell you, tales "jlk*,, "eyoO .
Lotus Charm. jnar
tall and
,, theN convlnclnsly.: ,, a little sojourn -. aoonracy a erO
once<< for.there else aroundto After
was no one ,,
egplpad take H* painted a picture some*oas> vbubble 'i;
ask. ' .Property ; It Is possible to in 'that land you will, belle TO .'""t'. '
v f : *,' and each b"hVtw* a ,?
"" CO safely across that ghastly sink, them on their own account: .It Is a O '
Little Mllllonalns.Twenty "Well., : I never! he excjalmed- :' "I. (Death. valley-the Armagosa desert, question'\ .whether It Is not better To'K..p'llver' Bright,,, black''crosa..,; He.waa'seked.about,th* ;.
wonder now fall ot> the atonetl dowahete .
Playtoatotbe little nUllonalrM aUDI ,' can swim.and, who taught themto In eastern California), yet every lea bitten by the" little horned snake of Silver in.dally'use may be kept:very t and r1 t'all bubbles had ;.

Millionaire in motber lore. swim,,and why they don't swim up U It' takes Us toll of death, and yet men the desert that, goes stdftwlse ,and bright; If ,.allq-.! to soak In strong cruse upt' way
Millionaire U fun the top of tbe. water and what'would find there sun-dried mummies, ot strikes without ,coiling, than by the borax.water for four'or five hours oocastonally. ted. however,, no> 'U'a
loUare'hoats puttied. the artist r'
llllllonalres la whom no trace: or recollection Is'pre- tradltlon'of,a lost .myna| ,' The water should be perfectly -:
Millionaire Joys, happen some 'one i should use that served.. ones thlrj* bolllnjr'when It I. ''poured over his studio,.and i, upon,I blowing''bubbles) a
and plans "*- ) fo; underestimate desert takes of '-
Ulllloaalra la house kind of a., stone for a sinker oh hisfishllne For all the toll the amen here found that thecurious'
1 one showed
AM tu_ girls and boys.; ?" JJhoirthe: : stone came swim, to pass, a given landmark to the rl&ht.or it fives. ; compensation, deep the plate. This simple hint will save He''was every:much surprised

Millionaires la health dl are thy, ming back' and Clarence saw' th1. Jett,, to.Had a dry string where onebdfoc breaths, deep sleep, and the communion ' much lbow'grease' and also platepowdetlf when It era was to him that 1be,
., 2l ;
i, And In dancln blood was: not. a stone at allr but, a-very tunny- ..ruD.Pl.JltLwater=.t rJ'! :po,. ; of thestarr. It come vpon one-with- carefullyJFoll ,, "holy simply the rcfloc-1,-.'
shells and atone -/ these thlncs.Along..pa1nc. .rbol...
Millionaires fish -1 help for any of 'nowtoro in the pauaif of the night i > "*
Stick and moM and mudsH1111onetrss sunken water For Knlvisv Uon .of Ub Intl. akli1t
and. ; Scouring
In'satin "Well! 'Wall! Well! cried-Clarence.' '' that the Chaldeans,were a desertbredpeople : : '
p 'In the sir,'and worth -7;: .. -" '1.Irt'only-a'.fish:after allbut; It's Just' 'coerce*. onv'la'siirprised to' find'Such / It Is hard to escape the !sense: For scouring, kniveseands 'simlllar ,.'Franz. German.l": 'published '
Quit a million limes us much as flat, a* a pancake!" of mastery"aa' the-itars mo'e.ln the. work an exeperienced housewife reoorgdmends t uUnQer.. .*
''i As eastla oa tile earth.. '. "No suet jthlng. said the fish angrily. moist cr unel,- but the ;true desert wide, dear' h '" breeds Its own kind\ each In itsjpaarUcu-; such as4heyhive in schools, A piece,. 0 ad e
Twenty Uttle millionaire*, (tm a..nat.u a flounder?, and settings ..cpobacured. They look large ten of. the, Moon.- in this work ,' .'
Playing In tile snot there. t. nothing,strange about that tar habitat The angle of the slope. and. near and palpitant i a. it theynoed of Brussels carpet la lItlr'pl1t; on the latitude,and .longitude:of each .te, . ,
y ..Oh! bow happy they must be, the frontage of iJilll, the structure of bottom and tacked In the groove'around mon.
Every lngla one! either, for I am a flounder; Since,you on some stately service not und crater. were worked IT
i Ilardly: any year ban they, have seen fit to asK so many questionsyou the soil determines the plant South- needful to declare., Wheeling to their"stations the 'eraser. This appliance; will .UI since that.time his btothaus: "Used; aIn

t Hardly any are have got to listen while I tell you looking bills are nearly bare and the la the. sky they,, make the poor lattt a long time protect the fingers. and all the observatories the\world

But. Multimillionaire In every lovely thing" why: flounders 'are'11I.t. And the next. tree-line higher here by a thousand -wt>rld-fretot, no' acCOUD,., Of no ac- prove of good service aa the ,.fatda..Profestor -

--Youth'*Companion time you hear any otti-tay 'flat as afounde' feet. Cannons,.running' east and west On. count you who lie out there watching : of ,. . > at Ple1elnS 1""U7
.- will have one 'wall naked and the lean that stands off In Diet for Convalescents. '
::- you will know aboutitt nor coyote on a. of' moon' aad
Bird That Cries Pa, Pa, Pa. "A 'great, great many years 'ago clotbed. Around dry lakes ad marches the scrub 'from you.'and howls 'and' When a.' light, diet Is prescribed.foi.convalescents covered Dew that no tbf has been taktaheretofore -1.

This bird is a native of South Africa. flounderswerenot _flat atvall.i' but the herbage preserves 'a set and.order. bOWI.-f H.rr';AU8t1n.j, in the Atlantic tbooe In charge do not always ,of. the altitude ',ot, .the:

1 .* It is as large u a crow, with'long- shaped like any other fact., ly arrangement.. ,Moat .ap elell have Monthly, feel absolutely certain what foods, He has discovered that the late,

t legs'and bill wings are dark green in they were very graceful and well proportioned ; well denned areas of growth.the best corn under the heading of this rather cre. longitude meaaurccenta' ,,

t' one light and golden in another.:Thl.f and they were quite. Vain. Index the '.voic:4ess( .land can giver the Of 81 species Is called hadeda.: They live in on account of ILOne "" v- -- traveler of his whereabouts. -- The following articles o& food as- belonging All previous

f ',! marshy places and are'easily I tamed ** day a ship sailed over the'.part Nothing the' desert produces ex Sleep Naked During the Arctic Winter:, to this class: ,Clams, chickens study of the moon 1 '

t' 'to live Jn houses and soon go In and of the ocean where the flounders lived presses Itj; better'-than! tlfe unhappy and. Eat Raw Moat' V- r-nd mutton broth..,polled of chicken to corrected by uomerwll'b"e the'ne" I. .

'; out as If they were a part of ,Jbe family . and a' young girl dropped a looking growth of the tree yuccas..Tormented 'The'.rrlvai', in the world) of the. lamb chops, tenderloin steak, delicately b upon which'Profeaabr1'ICk.' '

a '' I ; You would think they were, a part I glass 'out of her cabin ",InlioThe thin'fprea of It stalk drearily In the jyouthful Eskimo Is not greeted, br'theorthodoxcradleand cooked pm!!,,. soft, cooked eggs, snag.tabl..,. "XSfEver

of it If you would bear, 'them cry out.' looking: glass. came down and down high ''mesas, particularly fn that trl- swadllng clothes. .dry- and'milk toast, 'cereal In small' -'

,", "Pa, pa, pa"'' like an ImpaUent child. through .the watef,until It fell,..rlght ..ncular' allt. that'tana' out. eastward Practically, till. h e can shift ,for himself pjrtlotxs eggnozt kutnyis; milk punch, '' since' :PTofesaor.Trndall' first'

t ", Jj; Two .of thcoe birds were very fond of Into the, flounders' back yard Mr. from.'the. meeting: ofnthe"Sierra'and' ?, he lives absolutely' naked Inside ,cocoa, eu&tarda..fl"Olh fruit, gelatine, discovered"eent Qty glaciers

'J .. the father'of' the famlly'anell'follo..ed! Flounder' found it a little while later coastwise hills where the.fist swings his 'mother'. sealskin blouse,' akin to jellies- and sponge cake., attempts ,., scientists ,

him about all day.. On Sundays. they and picked 'It up to look at It He saw/: across the southern'. ,nd. of the San skill keepinghim warm. This arrangement ,: ,- to ascertain the .exact o the;'

? .would actually walk Into the church the reflection of his own face In the Joaquln,valley. TbfLjrucca beetles wjth. allows! the dp about Rattan W!Window Seats. natural' phenomena d'Pt ?Theirafforts.however '
c\ with him, walk gracefully up the aisle looking glass, and he thought It was bayonet-pointed leaves' dull her work almost,immediately, and she' 'Low rattan' seats without backs, are ban not'been attendr,

and take their stand near the minister some other flounder whq.had no burl-. \ growing shaggy with.age tipped with can also travel and hunt without a ; (very pretty for,'the own PdTaie'room'ot.a od.with.jrery conspicuous'sueeesaSo'klag ; -,
t v""Who was theIr master. It was very ness there. panicles of fond greenish bloom. After perambulator; and without having to i young"glr1. These ;'are placed 'In to mechanical dlfflculUes that'have,,

e funny to see those solemn looktngblrds 'Get out; of here at once.' he cried I death which Is. slow, the ghostly, hollow leave: any one .home to "mlnd'V the front of, the window1', and when filled b. ecounte"' But ,Professor,

standing there. U was lucky'they' did What do you mean by!! coming right network- ,Its woody skeleton'theaaoonll&bt baby. Tie mother's dress la almost with gag colored pillows forma very eld from Bavarla'wbs; "
makes He
l v not cry out "Pa, pa pa." for.the.(',on. la-hero without an invitation and with hardly fearfllL'Defore power to rot, tho exactly like the'father's except that. pretty and .comfortable window seat are well kowa .telr".tdl.; of.glaciers '

" gregation had already laughed qulto .walking about among my clothes yucca it has a long sort of ,tall reaching These scats come In all lengths, so that hae .uecded .*,
',,1 "f enough. 'The birds would not go away lines You know all fishes hang up has come to full flower the Indians nearly to. the grounder embryo, no In choosing one it Is easy to fit It to the through the Hlaterels glacier' iaDtztbal. 'tM' \ :a

yr ; until the minister was ready to got their clothos to get nice and wet be- roast Its buds for their own delectation, doubt, of the modern "train," Bays. Lea( window, and they may be bad In the Alpn.;and found tbe"Ice to bUS :

also; then they followed him 'home., fore putting them on. Of course the Other yuccas, cacti, low herbs, a thousand He's Weekly,' natural color or, stained to harmonize met"r deep. Te machine tuedtorboring .
finds east
reflection did not answer but the look' sorts, one journeying I Spared'the miseries of soap and"-water with the woodwork of the room. A was by hand and com***' 7
There is ,
", Jolly Dutch Children.. ing glass reflected Mr; Flounder's from the coastwise hula and early weaned to the readily loose cushion; just the else of the seat what resembled that :usually employedfor

vYl In- the whole world there are no mouth as be spoke and,.he thought neither poverty of soil 'nor specie, to I swallowed diet of blubber and, raw adds very -milch' to the comfort of 'It, experimental boring ID'mine.,, bas
? nore jolly children than; the small the other flounder .was. making facesat account'' for the sparseness .of plant i seal meat,' the Infant'rapidlydevelopsthat when-'the-pillows-are" -are--IIUed high was Itt''with special, arrangements)'" '

; ; boys and ftlrls of Holland. The little him, That made him so mad that but simply that each requires Invaluable layer.of subcutaneous avery girl friend will be envious. of. her out fragments of icf'torm

boys all wear tbe loosestwidest and he kicked out with both fins and his more room So much extract earth mustmust fat, which while. it enhances the ".JolI ..chum's. window. seat; .- -.. the bore hole t prevent thcCr treeslaat
fie pre-empted to so '
most preposterous breecho ever seen tall and be fell down on the back of I ly" appearance of the ladll'and'the, ,--- tthe an'be: expenses of the la-
i 'Ea h pair seems- big enough to bold his neck so bard that he Jarred down much moisture. The real : shapeliness of the maldenr, assists ma- A'Devlce To Clean BottUs. w Ucc is of IncaJculabl

t.woboys, and"rearhes'hIsh, above his four clothes poles. Mrs. Flounder 'saw existence, the real brain of the plant. terially'In' economy of clotting.. Thus < A neW 'deviee'that? Is.>warranted ta be "f.defra1e by.theTOerman
# l"" ".waist where It buttons to his small Is underground; above'there is room ... ln-theirskin .nnd..Aus' AlpineulntsrThe -
'7 tho clothes dragging in the sand and In, their frigid .ellme. once thoroughly .Clean bottles! those, that !
# shirt The head gear i* :almost always she oame rushing out of the 'hour to for a rounded, 'perfect growth..4nDeath of- tent the whole family will divest have contained wine or''beer Included ,. .

Ar a,small round cap.Coats:: and give Mr. flounder s pi ceo of her mind valley reputed the very: hundredidentified ecru themselves of every stitch ot clothing "conxfota of a rod W'hlch'bv' ci .a Temple-Swift comet,, which .1
desolation nearly two .
rT r jackets they rarely wear even ilL the "The very 'Id'' a.' she said., "You are unembarrassed by the fact that, so hinge is divided'Into three parts of unequal among'those expect.41n'190I/ ,BO
} r winter when at play. ought to be ashamed be cutting such species. Above' the tree-line many'families-share ,the I tent; with., .lengthTTFe'part corresponds pass : ; '; Jan 4

tj i The tittle Dutch girls wear long 'dldos at your age.' whlehIs also the snow lino mappedout finds them.- Sociability _Ja .:earl, ,developed, to the length of an ordinary bottle . uary.PeheUon'uoUIte"f4'lq' ,

*Mrt. so full that one almost suspects 'It struck me,'.obbcd Mr. Flounder. abruptly by }he''eun, one when one's next-door neighbor on e&ch, and the";two other parts correspond year's flock. The most*. 'Jb1' ot \;
of juniper
1 t that there, ar* hoop skirts under'them : -'That round -tILIng tipped me up spreading growth pinon, side is only separated by an imaginaryline respectively to the diameter of.a bot* the 1903 comet lr the '

0' such as grandmother wore, when she j and hurrtha bnciuot.niy head: Then branched nearly to the 'ground lilac, betwen the deerskin you sleep on tie at the bottom and 'to the length'of by M. Fay*' In 1.3 It 1 wa*;' last 'oto- '!:

-was a young lady. On their beads-are he bat up very straight to' see Mrs, sage, and white pine. ofselffertilized and'the one he does. The winter deer. the neck The three parts are covered served by' M. at 'lc&ln 8*..,

the tightest of whit reps, such as :Flounder with looking glass In her There Is no special preponderance skin serves as bed and bedding at night'and with 'rubber and as they pi'n'' hinged tembpr. 1885nearly, six month t '

babies wear in America. Sometimes, ;sin, smiling and' .bowing and putting or wind fertilized' plants; ,as parlor' furniture In the day i they' can.*be moved In any direction.: passing Ita perihelion; D'Arrests's;parlodlcay ,
'fori and.
9 under these cap, they have a hood her hat oa 'straight 'Oh, this is just but Now where; Community of goods is alihcmrjmperatlve The method of cleansing la to partly' comet Is due thjsyear.:' ." 1
er head piece made cuirass which Is > I evidence of/insect life. under thla 1l1t.. Thus last observed ,
lardy,, she cried in surprise. You !arranfe fill the bottle with water and thrust
'.kept brightly polished 'and glitters nre.a-dear,, good, old' Flounder-Poun- there are seeds and Insects there will and' when one kills a seal all are fed(, and .tbe'rod jnto it .As soon a* the device being May,2L-Acomet'dlscashstiedF":i '

plendldly'through the lace' overrap; .fier .to'' bring your',little wlfey' such u be birds and email mammals 'likewise when he doesn't all go, hungry ftiWhea,'tbe bottom of the bottle .the by Dr. Splte at'Vienna ;J: .
Boys and girls 'wear wooden.'shoesand where then are will code the slinking, together, .' '. -,- due 1908., Two >
nice1present t dcchre. never knew kind that them. ti ..1u . .lower part spreads out and thus reach all eo ,
sharo-toothed prey on ...
make a tremendous clatter as they I was so handeome.... .We must go raoro 0fa Ii \ ,;, ;.".. :"'". es any sediment or other dirt that may) covered by Professor
play their games'ohthe;| sidewalks o;: : ; bow : aa you dare In the heart of i ;' QUAINTAND CURIOUS (ir:: In ;
Intogsocietyrsospeoplescan.gee,; ,, ,110', far ", ; .1 have gathered, there)The middle partot'tbe'rod'also
n the pavement<%> One of their'' counting- beautiful I am.1 will give a' partythis '; a lonely land you 'ean not, go *:>, ? '1' | -f. ;"'>,-",---A, vs<;z, jfV.Jv, } spread out:"so as to "' M.. CHacoblnl fHaiton
that life anddeath are not before you.,
out rhymes spelled as' it is pronounced.. very -day1! i of i'o kcrewJees. Chinese girls are being employed In' cover the neat of the bottle and a fenturnScjjf tember of the same y ;; bit
t Painted lizard slip In and out ,
Is: ")lr.. Flounder got up'''at once San'Francisco ns telephone operator i the apparatus serves to_clean this )'e.although are,a6f
white hot
r 'Keen. twee een Ko>J..the. looked In the glass he said: i sands.. ,Bird and, 'pant humming-birds on the eon, for the, accomodatlon<< of'Chinese, mer i the bottle, and,, the,dirt 'Is' poured.'a3 very accurately ,known: :o.r'I.''

f Ken. Klontje er blj 'Hum! Ah! Well, really you .now. I scrub chants.. 'with the water.; .which 'hOUle"Ppth"'tW. >,:
.At ben Mj.r . had no Idea that I was so distinguished Dent in the cactus ; woodpeckers ,'\ -h' ', d.cvo 8ssltJll'; *

looking. 00 ahead with your party befriend the demoniac' yucca; out of The famine bread upoli which '70,000 'v. ,Recipes. Observatory, Qene>va; ,.N.:,";Y.hi., ,.aul7e ,;

r A Bargain Day. by all means."Id .. mu-lo .persons! in northern Sweden. are 'now .Baked Hash-Put two ,,cupfuls ,of 1889. It was last observed1a the ,,,:

For a long time Herbert bad been a few days tho Flounders had'a well down subsisting is made from ground pine chopped;:uncooked, potatoes In 'a;:eteW mer of 1S98; Wlnnecke'a ,c ',41ti ,
It be'summer the sun
praying for baby sister; and at last, very grand partyand: they invited an owl to taILSfJ'a1l&1o. bark and Iceland moss' pin with one pint of water; cook slowly ; co"e by Fons la 1K19. Is due iM.ln''r*
there will be ,
when b'e 'was f years old abe 'came. Immense number of all -; early In the following : :
fishes, nearly '
I. ., furry tricksy things dart , for five minutes; then add the meat 103 t"
Though somewhat disappointed artier .1 ,
of whom came."Before motionlees The' widespread impression that -and enough water :to. make the, mix.. ,
l. the places or sit )
:: limp and unresponsive state the little, long they finishes playingall across open towers of the most of the "roaat: beef of old England"Is ture moist;, stew 10inlnut; remove In one'of his.lnt is'n( |pi .:
,t fellow delighted at, her arrival In the conning. creo Nature W., F.. : :: .< _.
was ; the games that (he Ashes knew and supplied from the shambles of Chicago from'' the Are; add -two eggs, biaten,, .
and as time passed on and she became then young Mr. Sunlilh.'wbo had been sote.The may find a rude shock In fresh English one.teaspoon of< salt' and -a little pepper : stract of the history 0(,the lanowi "..

more appreciative of his attentions -brought up In a river where boys often poet may have" "named all the statistics, which show,that 7-10a. ;, turn' Into a buttered. bating dish pot ,of, Jupiter. He ,,telU;:u that, -r"celeratlon'

'. I his admiration knew no bounds! came to fish proposed thatlhey play a birds without a gun but not the fairy 'of the beef consumed in England. la and bake, 20 minutes In a. i flulck oven. of the ,'' *> : ,
But when she had attained tbe ad I game that he had often seen boys play' tooted, ground-Inhabiting furtive produced on Its farms. Prune: ; In this .pt has been'notleedfor'' l : NOep!*, 'i:1

'. }I: yadcedage; of S year and was "Into on the banks of the river. Thegamewas smal _folk of the rainless regions They ,- writ two eggs time ., During"last aummr. ..Op;say .
''i : are too many and too swift; how many '' .add to them one pint of milk and flout A iatsttatflisa.?'1! '
everything u the nurae expressed called 'squat tag.. and all the The remains of no..fewer; than 69 movement ,W ,
a. he was often glad to withdraw from fabee thought: It was the greatest fun you would not believe without seeing specie of flowering plants from mutt=; enough to mak + a thick batter; wash The rotation eeP.St .; pf.4

'1 her society, and to betake bimscirantr "They Traa eVer Rlfown7 *-- .. -;-- the footprlntjtrs.elnKa.ln the sand.' .They, -myr.wrajplngsjn Egypt have barn '10 prunes, ,flour themafter drying the' apt had 'shown'10 1 ii .!
.. '' nearly all night workers, finding oweralli'vebeen-won... stir them Into tho batterand "''.,
are' ZSOSik
hU-belongings to another part of the "They had been playing for a, longtime Identified. The htJlemi parted Iendtkentltg > :
I 1'fwo levelfleaJspooafutaT of bakesfag
;: house. But as baby's devotion to him and enjoying themselves very the days too hot and white. In mid-des I derfully preserved, even the:delicate' 'f hourifi6: mlnutea,'Si'M .7" .

.., (nod his playthings) Increased dally, much when; Mr. Sturgeon who, is a ert, where i there, are no cattle, there"are'no ; violet color of the larkspur the scarletof powder;, turn' into 'a buttered I hours; 66 minute,* .; ,r .'
the ,withdrawing process became more very fast swimmer'was-'it.' The very birds of carrion but if you go'; the'' poppy:and'the ,chlerophyllln mould; steam two and One-half hours; In 1891. It declined'by one.epoad'r'laths ; \

t ,,1 a and more difficult; and Herbert, though first one :Mr; Sturgeon chased was Mr. far in that direction the dance. are': the leaves! remaining. serve' with buttCC'and sugar eat>.!.. pot ,e Its I period Is 9 r:
still will find yourself shadowedby i ... 'Orange Cream-Soak two'tabl8aJ>OOn.. '', .
loyal did sometimes'complain of Whale and just as he was laboutl. that you 6 .. a9, 1. f4.
the unreasonable preference of his be caught' Mr.. Whale squatted in a their tilted,-wlnga. Nothing so Jargeas The date of.the.Deluge is 'given" variously fuls of gelatine in one-fourth .cup ,of lUghly' "Interesting,i ta/at ,1*> t r

small dater for hi* playthings oypr! great hurry lie was so afraid of be. ,a man can move unspled upon that by various chronologers. According 'Cold'wator4( add one-fourth cup of boll. the concurrent1 doveloynvnai. of'aWj. '\

her 'own. '" ing1 caught by Mf.; Sturgeon that h<( cou ltry- and they, know ,well"hovTtEa" to Usher It":occured In,, B/,C.. ing water;stir over the._fire until dissolved. marking .ra'.; &* and of .:

,y; One day mamma found both children squatted right'on Mr: and Afro Floun- land deals with' strangers' ..There"are 2348. But 14 other authorities place: the .,:, add thll yolks of ;four'"'eggsi! dusky hue tMls"sf'. ; ,(

+r--en-the fdor,-fn a-cornei-of-the-dlnlng' ertwbotrereboldln.eacltTother'rb.nda -hint, 'tf. K -hart ,hare olleray taclyamtaa1QUnws.;...Onu
't room' each, pulling vigorously! a and taking turns peeping in thE which a land forces now habits. ,on,,Its second :century five In the thlrt1.lInt -or-' ilacanQ markfngmayhave=eaertedjitt. ...

scrapbook of which Herbert was very looking glas. Of ( Mr., Whale dwellers century.'.one in the twenty-ninth century angel),. juice of one lemon and three- Influence 0,,the rate of, motioq o u. K ;

,fond., was nineteen million times heavier If one is inclined to wonder at. first one in, the twenty-sixth.century, fourths 'cup of sugar:' let coot; when red .p'which I In the present y ar ',

''It's minel" he cried emphatically than both$ tho Flounders he squashed 'how so- many dwellers came to ba In four? In'the twenty-third century, and thickening add the whites of the eggs >e environed bylfr* aew,s { ''i:

+' ."..Mlnel"! screamed, the baby.. both them just as flat aa could possibly be, the loneliest,, land that'ever, came out t.wol, In the twenty-second century: B...C, ,beaten; '!tllr'.L t'Ton'derloin The 'recounting o theM'iaM\etkeadetails -. '

? ,Y- hand grasping the book. i/ and ,he 'broke the glass into .tittle ot God's bands, what, they' do ,there .. co', '-" of Beef-Trim aDd wipe shows ,us,, dlmeUo'..I., '.sal
With great deal of t.tifanet' sooth- pieces. and'why stay, one does not wonder 'so , The' Chinese ire fond pf"eggs"''about a fillet of beef weighing .from three, to tend 'the o..?ipla.d.. \"

, v lag' ..persuasion, mamma at'length rescued ] "As .&OOnr", Whale found what much after" having'lived there. >None 100 years old and old'eggs are worth jrix pounds; ,put in 'dripping pan Jupiter, ,We/are:,also,: ) j

-t '' the book;. and peace was restored., he had done he said be was very 'sor- 'other t.han'thla Jon ''brown'land lays about as much in China u old wine laIn with a lithe.uet, ;' put ,in a very'hot the' need for the accumulation of.ass: .1

'I :Tbat evening after the'us .I 'goodnight' ry,;aDd offered to alt on the'edges' of such a hold on the aifectlon The rain., other countries.',They have a way oi oven;for:the first eight;minutes; thenreduce curt details, from the of\whies\\;," .

r play; between the two children.. the:Flounders and squash them back bow hills, the tender bluish mists. the burying the:eggs, and It takes*about the. heat,or put the IDea-trln s.. astronomy; of tie future ,may'be saM';, <,'rt:..
1 mamma said: again' but'Mr. Flounder, said he madeIt luminous radiance 'of.the spring,, hare , 80 Jays to'render a pickled egg' fit to cooler part; o(, oven; at the ,end of 10 draw\vt rust worthy.coacIusioM.Doncernlng '.

""6'he'sa darling precious little sister a rule never to be.squashed. twice in ,the, ,lotus'.cbarnv: They.trick the sense eat Some of the. old eggs have become minute sprinkle with salt:, rout, tor the" theorhi; ), ,

:,, I'n't'abe" Herbert one'day, ,and Mrs;. .FlOunder and (' Nr. of'' time/,so that' ence Inhabiting there black as ink,rand one ot the favorite half an hour;.It will take no longer< to +. -L-:." '

of '"Vu."an.wered Herbert, Then, a. Whale ought to .be "a4e to go and associate . you always'.mean to go away)Withoutquite I Chinese dishes, for Invalids la made up ,roast a fillet.weighing sir pounds than Automobile Comfort., .. <.,--<

r' :he remembered' the' day's" tribulations, with a gun foundry, for he wasa realizing that you have not' done' of eggs.,which' *** preserved 'in 'jars of for three pounds;' the fillet Is no thicker 'The :autoobla,wlth"tendlency; '",toy); a '.

R 'he added:thoughtfully;: regular blunderbuss. Tbe party broke it... Men.who .have lived .there, miners rod\ clay and salt water, ,( ,toJeacb pound 'added; the weight; cold <:o with,'Joy th*.

's' ' '"But sometime! '''I have' a'.blLrp'in'da1. up at \'once, .and'':;tbe-'J/'Ioundera'/ have ,and.cattlemen will tell'yoll,this, not lies In the .length] serve'.with ,,a 'rich" 'auto'neater''reeently' 'ptaoedbftt J ; t
."; -If' never'forgiven Mr,: Whale for breaking .0' fluently; but'.emphatically, cursing' ,,:The"halls of houses stone cold i brown ,mushroom, : sauce. mkt by I Chicago't.of< i ., :,
."A :bargalnday!": repeated"mamma' ,. their Icoklng glass the land and going back to It.For one even In Boston;and New York'City, in -'Sweet Potato Pfe- .'Wash, 'two medium ") 'fm't to.w. )

perplexed. Neither ever"tried ''to;regain' the old thing: there Is1 the dlvlnest. 'eleanest'air'to the forties; and;'of course in,the country sized po'atoes' and boil, them 15 ,miautts And cannot'' be crb! Y.

,'$: 'r ;"Yes.. "You know\ mamma, like what1" shape., ''After awhile they' decided U be breathed anywhere ,in ;'God's : towns. Families 'In./,Unter 'for ; lift ''them--from ,the water('when, srtd' with, velvet" .j '..tocarried'about .

they have at "at.orea-wben I'd sell' was'the correct style to be flat for it world. Some day the world will understand economra sake lived chiefly In 'one cold 'peel and grate them;,'beat the bymeaas. ..,

her for. 25" cents.' -The' "Christian"- ""Reg-', was"so'different from the common kind'I that; and the little oases on the 'room,or had a,'ire In the 11'V'ln.roomIn yoke of three eggs; add'one tablespoon: on the endL'tm'as' parS ,:.

'' later> f ?_ .of'fishes, and all flounders are flat to windy tops of hills will harbor for heaK the morning.; and la the afternoon of creamed butter' half a cupful'of sugar drawer is placed a cake of carbon;'p

; ? w., rl: ; this,Iday.r-New' YorkWalland Bx! ;,' lug, it'"allInCbou.ibfOOd.;:; .. lighted one in the parlor stove, also. ; oJQI cup of,milk,, one and one-half' pared by'a',peel.' prooaxand ..1
Why,;Jfounders. 1re'ftal.,,: ',: .Qreeli. '1'j There is ''promise there ot great.we alth Here and.there; some rleli'mao'hafa"ooct.bURID tesspconCcto' pf cinnamon; pour'this Into brick udderhydraujiq: pressurav ,; '

r <, .Although'' Jibe Clarence. Beach, was : ,,I' . I Y' tIn ,ores and e.rtbs."which Is no. ,furnace;and occasionally &n4uall),over the. grated sweet potato aer\wle'all'\oaWe\ gases .drivm .
'1'p' :. f 'rather Ured'of Il'\'lDc'at the':bottom' otth '# A :Powertul' DredgeH '', ; of* being*votfar1''removed some'on. had .a nail store;', but littletieat and''mixwell; line\ a deep'pie dish.. or' a nigh t.t pature. t.

.t.tJ sea.. >rhere'he'had' '' been;sent, fork ": A f clamshell1',dredgd\.-recent!$'bufltTor fl'Oln''( '' wot'kabl.Aeondlt'b11 .. from these'.,was., .diffused. .over, the pate: ; prick the bottODwttb, stork la This earbon'Is'tonjiun' edWT t *.ik -

asking qu ftlojs! ...Uirfl'were.skanany'( '' use on at the JD uth.of \men are bewitched by it and tempt.,, wholes bouae..t .,; ,, .."""...},,,''placet 'and .brash' "'''over: 'with1 .smoke or odor and t.r la. 'no fiam. et1 f

:"strange an.6"nw things 1riVn
c.. )'{palace, that'' he could.,,;not j. feet ZangslWuiset'I6ytoui'pfjaatbat ( : ; : \1 ,1' pslpablefsenaLtdJny' .the" ''Fame doesn't alwsys) consist" .of' be9fur !bake' halt aa. hour in'a medera'U. bvenrA ;f or, t\.le\< i

y' r .,help. asking, .about" Jheni,...and so he. did. .,. each" "btelt, :;' 40 '"n '1'1". - '1/''/'', I des r1 Jr,:breeds) f ablest, chiefly lost* ; lalked'about.. :' 1' :0<'- ''. ( . /!'. ,.a .j., ' '""I

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,JII K1MkHI OVaeu!! Gazette '''TO DIVIDE:' "
..r ., THE FUNDS.A . .. "
.,,,.. ,Y i -V.L.MaUN. NO. 11rUBLISHCO .' ... I V "My Sons, V V v v W w "y .

: : CVCBT>.YIn Resolution that Will .';'f Taller Uazette Require said a great business man, "are t
.unlh'lba'' ; my!
[Te.rYafxxOeCYOLACOUNTY.I'LL. Colored'Children(; to beTEdu- .-- partners arid .they need all the .DOROTHY DODD "

:J r" IC.'POUND: t, 'uted by Taxes Paid by I strength and courage I. .-can give
W..B.U.uuus" f'' PROPRIETORS1.J. them, and he forthwith paid for a 9 .

I. . Negro Taxpayers.., .."$i>,oooooo policy in: .:fJ'1c: Mutual 1 .--. ..
. -p.-- '
EdltoisXntril Life Insurance
Company of New .
---- Tallahassee, May*, 1.-One of 1 is die out- ',
Lice'important I
York DODD" Shoe
!the Pntloffln* In JC.lmQl",Vic.. I Not without the most care HE "DOROTHY .
a.eoondelu.mdlmater.. measures of the week was ] ful '
._ investigation: however extend
'8uberlb will plnu. notify tbn office I Itr the joint f resolution of Mi\ Long of I I I ins over six months. He ;was con. e A T nine of 'a twentietji .century> .woman?* J! ,,,

P. : : t, renmnrlT- Bradford, proposing an amendment. vinCed ust-sudt facts '
11eommunloalonupaper lay-J an led the '
N 111ft"o
xcut from;our author- the : The ideas Jttco1-porated'
'bed constiutlon providing separateappottlonmeht I o th ught.
President of |
r writer oormpoadrau signed \>r th e a National Bank hi '
.ReJeete4lDaU4or* 'will' ,notttt returned onleiiTi "taxes'paid by' white NeMrYojrk to make the curious and _.. '. 'those evolved Jy the application -
fM.I and colored persons fore iucationalpurpose. shrewd in this shoe are |
3 : provision his will which
mtlior I U Dot; reipon.lble ( '
expreued ., The'r 80lutJon in full is '
as is'containcd '
bjrcomcpondenu.- in "A Danker'sVill.. trained feminineintelligence
of: keen .
i AdTertUlof nun.nxy be bad on application.8CBSCB1PTION follows. :: '. Write f<>r it and also for t)uthe'iooo a $

RATES. House Joint, Resolution '168 pro. account: of ;: .ooo policy, ' .to the study of the require ( .r*

,On.OO"Y.on.,.... .,I4..r:.; posing amendment. to section l-o; '"The: l,tkrgest: Annual Premiums.." .
Oaeoopr!:' month.,..........'.........,. .r.o article 12 of 'thoconstitution of the mcnts of in the matter of foot-
d oopjrjtbrmonth, .. *....,, i .......:. .11., State of Florida, relating to education: Tht. Compfttiy" ranksFtrdln : ,|
o.. ,. i. Aneti. '.' At
jFYiday-May 8 Be it resolved by the Legislature ofthe Ftrtt-In Atnouol Paid Polcy.hold( ideas ore correct'
,, 1903., :: That these
'ft ... ( State of Florida: That the following "'nt-Jra Ag" 2 **iTIIE werir |
: amendment to.the ,con ltltutloo :or '
f.J. IT IS stated that ninety thousandj I the State of Florid be: and the..same : MUTUAL LIFE' INSURANCE:' i >: '' has also'been proved;beyond question,,'l fa V

j touriiti1'were In Jacksonville. the past, .inhere by agreed to and shall be submitted COMPANY OF NtW YORK, '

a3" season.' to the electors of the State at aUu"alt, ,A. KcComoT. t'r..Id.eL,..... :_ __' S we cordiallyinvite nil of those. who have not ft
| < ,
',\" the general election in 1004 for ratlfl. ) ,
,, ; \{Polk county. Is in the, hottest tone cation-or rejection. Nassau Cedar, William and Lib. I' seen them to call" and examine the new styles. .
te.tedwet and dry,,election ever held Section 13 of the constitution here- erty Ste. New York N. Y. .' : |
i ;In that section, with both side's.confl--- byramended to read as follows: CECIL WILLCOX Manager, ) l' ;

,i o u dept. -.. . ..' ... .. Section 12 WhlLe and colored' children M. TILLER Agent Jacksonville! KUnlmmee, Fla.4." REMEMBER! FREE! $f.5'.OO Buggy Frcc!' ... : t>

!i, Judge Raney: of Tallahassee, has- shall. not be taught the same' y 1 Ticket 'given with each i 50c cash pur

,"' received appointment,. of"divisioncounsellorthe acb.ool, but the Legislature may provide I AmericanBeautyand chase. I
Save '
f:' by law for the your tickets.
'Seaboard. Air';Llne assessment and i L
::'V, railway. t' collection of school taxes HO as to keep,I_ .
: II. record. len. ..a.tAJ v nt. ..J I' t.A".... nA,.._.Iii P. C. Corsets .s
- ------0# - --- '
'\\I,rl; j For the first thirty days of its work by white and colored taxpayers andmay - -- 'm ; Dorothy: Dodd" Shoes:; are. $3.0I-.

., ,, *b*,legislature had passed but thirteen further provide' "'that all taxes: exclusive '

: .' blue.: -* -, paid by white persons shall devoted designs and t ) .
.. "Dorothy .DOdd' Oxfords $2.50.
';' of'the' I exclusively' to the education of *hlte latest fashionable L-
v?Many State papers are carry ch 1deanl; s11_taxes colored models.
I : .. ) 1.Lby : )
jkngthe: tax sale advertisements o t( Children shall be devoted exclusively Over 90'new .

jf, ,:,heirVespective., counties this month.. to the education of colored children. and up-to date WE HAVE
'<; On the final'pa'tisage' of the bill in the styles to select W. |(
sIx'yes.a Imprisonment is the C.v JDANj%.
pen- House EXCLUSIVE t
1 fy ..lty'Imposed' bank upon O. .H. Sims, 'a voted Wednesday yea, giving the following the necessary members : from from selected Made SALE. 1
;young Atlanta for steal l:1 -"
________ : ing93,000.. The hrce-flfths. vote wearwellfabrics
.;the penalty does not nt Mr. Speaker; Blantonof Taylor;I and .
V crlme7; but ,the
_,Jut a shield to on theft. other hand f Is Carleton, Clopton, Drane, Finlayson: evety pair -.

'. 'w9' ,, V'. 31rardeau, Gornto, llarvell, Hopkins, has our liber-. "-
*.T'ilpternor .Horne, Jackson Johnson of Liberty; al "guarantee. t -

:V.' Uy conceded. ,. will it is now gene Johnston of Pasco, Jones, JCfng; of Ask to see .., CALL ONe _-...

';tsoq:! for,, the,.United nter4he.States*' _omlng EJamlltont, Klnll."of Dade, Knowles, them. 1\\. '\, FOR rt :rET; = ("_ 'L ..;1: z 22S ..: e .
.' Senator- Koonce,Loftln, Long,Love, McNamee ,. / i,! _FO'
i *lp ;.Whatever '
.: j \ handicaps ht car- Ogllvle; Parrtsh,Reddlck. Roberts: of Kalamazoo Corset Co.. -:> "7 >>'Fh Z--ill illIlOIHINII. :,.<'<"''''
'Thuwha e Columbia, Robinson, Scott, I Simmons: ,

:{fir'i the i but governor' about(.running ability- Smith StroaferTlnson of VoluslaSparkman,"Trammeli ,of Sprague Gadsd-, KALAMAZOOMIC.llIGAN.Hxclualv Ma>K.ra>, ! i -K J Dry' Goods. :

:',)11iI to that go doubt the. State' a litget -' ens, Trammell-of Polk, Watson, West, Sold aDd recommended by ATi ;
out '
of his
.Tfcere is not head. Wilson. otMadlson, Yon42. II.O.. Stanford. It d rE a town or hamlet in the .
...*...,that. has not. Its quota' ; The measure will-probaby not come ir, ,,1, **
: : loyal .
;. ,net Influential Jennlogs'workers and before the-Senate-.'until]Tu sday. .r3 r""> i3r3v3r r i3Tf :V r i iIhe

......:'his official/ announcement' From--- Olney.
Isaaae' w wi
_ ,",a we have every reason' to he1In. The people of Lbl.local hy are very1 -

.i It,will be before very Jongptl: !s busy-with tbelrcrops.' i
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,------ ,
army will -
a i line This town'is V- V
up in 'suchaolld'phalanx on a boom and you can -----
[ aa to cause something see pro.perltyftoatlnll.ln the air. ---i
';<.,beelde still Crops ll
of are looking fine, although ware e
.Otk.resndldates.r-Palatka'News.. Old
: needing a little shower" Standard '.

: ,.",......d.'i Bailey 'of Jefferson countyal"it young Mr Louis man of McLaughlin this'place,,;the has;dashing"charge V Grove's' TastelessChill .

ot', \>f reason' of.war of U..,E. McLaughlin'a crop.< :"':',JJ 1'd .r : Tonic .
fists;common ,
consent ans '\,Hurrah >a"2"lp.&Hebaa| ;: "
{ ro:",.lofjhia r&Dklnlt"'abl1ty' been, cow bunting"agalnT- v''''i\;\) \ best
j !"fame. 'coctt;" The general I.'a Cattle are looking. fine-. in this",community \ years. Average annual sales.7'f..
....... and he doean't ,
he.ttate'to en- One and .
over Half Million
bottles. V
. ,. a Does this
.. in a>\iwar :of words with ,any a Messrs. Noah Yates, E. L. McLaughlln record

'\ "ilflg\ W Il,- from a United and Ivey Byrd are attending No use to fight fire with play- of merit* appeal tp you ? No Cure No Pay. 50c.
VIW ......Senator"
.. i ;or Judge 'to 's cats court at Titusvllle this week. things. Hotter protect ,
t.i r,ThU la the general's, second If reports are true Gr'andfatber Tin erty byINSURANCE your. prop Endoeed with every bottle U a Ten Cent Package of CROVE'i BLACK ROOT LIVER PILLS. a

.-? ., ence In_ thou, Senate. He served will move to the East Coast. ,
y0* ooootyln thelApper. : house In 1889. Mr. J.F. Willis' and Son 'have 110'- PANY.IN A GOOD COM-- =- - - --- ..I
,*o* < *ao uoiv uv fine .
amm. inaae a lonume prospect for an '
.-. :),,0'a04, ',-tost_ them both.., He is a Mr. G. T. Hair is orange away on You cannot find better than :To Cure a Cold_ in One '

UA rand, he has nerve.' Last week Mr. J. F. Willis, has a fine melon those in my agency. Policies cost Day
i latroduoed. a. joint resolution little but are valuable. -1'
In thee patch.. very I Take Laxative Bromo
t alllog. upon congress:'to lnves'Gild' Mr.'D. W Cay son left home for FIRE WILL OCCUR Quinine Tablets. ,.Q ,J on every

I : ;impeach Judge. Charles Kls.lmmee Tuesday.. .Seven MDHon Doges sold .in post 13 months. ThlsaigDature.' I>oz. 25C.

ayne; .;, United.State District., Judge Mr, Robt. E. Willis "was, in town no matter how,careful you may be.
5 r/the:'northen,District of Florida I Sunday It is wise therefore to be insured. ';,;

_ _l; ley;:charged Lbla'Ju2tle! with .being roah,,Yates killed A large rltgl. .' about I will'ba glad to talk with you .
lot gall corrupt, but'that be is tar snake yesterday_ Life Fire or Accident

r--ant'" '&lid;Incompetent, and that his Old Uncle Tipple- has about com- rance, Fidelity Bonds or Real

',t Jolal. opinions not command the pleted his new kitchen at last. The tate. MAYNARD 1ORD'1
_.*_.. and ponfldenoe of the people;" foundation, was laid in 1900.MrCharliePadgett J., M. WILLSON.. InSU41 I Co.
., tbaiTihe. .
adniInlstralIon Of"the -.wjw.::1n .town World Wide Reputation.White's ,
,Stata .Bankruptcy Act in the yesterday!" on buslne lil. STRANGER. I
-.tjof: "} '/sid Charles Swayne and by chievcd Cream Wr-ml/iiirn- --- Saw and,Planing Mills BS BlAftDRAUOHl

,:.p )nte4'l'eereeha., ,, /There has been no,rain in this sec a world wide reputation as .
resulted tlon for some time, and being the best of all worm THE '
y instance in the crops are looking ' destroyers, GREAT
waste of the '' Now c
J in
' asr badly, and will, and for its tonic influence oJ>fratioD. Complete House Bills Furnished. : y.
be weak and
r;of the alleged bankrupt. by' being quite Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of
: earl in' ruined unless the much Deeded rain la unthirftjr( children, as It neutralizes Kinds. EF4T4ILYMEDJCINEI'
untecesgary :, .
costal; .
expen- soon to the acidity or sourness of the QRI :seS: 'Z'JLX.ED: : : PROMPTLY.F 1
.i i.nd.Ik>wances,' to thegreat wrong appear, stomach, : : : ;; .
1njury, of creditors and other until We are much pleased to learn that. lation improves food their. digestion> and assimi
strengthens their MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
admtaTslrail, to Ts- -wftJtreJajiaVe regular church net ' ,
la sffect; lega- servicea I vous system and restores fI,
-.rober,,:and:>'stench In ,the nose In future;.to be ,conducted, by'IlevT e&n.J;; rtgot ltnd-elaaticlty--of-spirits them to the i ; 6pei 1 a :ml' :''tM d,16AfSt II ,
Thos ', Thedford's "
of ali people:' .1tl. Adams whose' noble' efforts. we --::::= F :11S005I Black-Draught h.U. I ,
more childhood.! 25o ftt Osceola saved doctors' bill !M
. Itglsq'Xltgelyta6. ,the general .is right.; tully'appreciate.' ;,0 Pharmcey. I f ..JI Ixty for wire than :

,f"bit a *ee4Qd,just such a man'as Bal- :Mr. ID.: L. McLaughlin. been .-..." ...... t ill J'e&rI..Filr.J..bO-.COJNr\OI\. such u oomtipation-, ....'" S'tL.t-f' oJ
q asset quite 111 with fever indigestion,hard colds "I
the past week, we place which he ,LoWel
: ,. '... '. recently purchasedMr. : prefab, chill com'V; :
1. 1 > 't truly' hone he will soon be and fever '
s !fli on'tha---- high--0- ?..Jas. Padgett.ha.lately State nas. fc' u v1iJ{
Who Itvo f V Parma: road to recovery., completedthe Bank otKissimmce complaint and other like ;
addition of a new kitchen and dinIng no other medicine I "\.
IPiits; 1 ls:., writesSnow ; We received a cordial Imvltatlon neoesary. It ierigorsteeanarsg '\''tl
),11 nil, allfirde! to roon to his dwelling, which adds .. plates 'H UU di "iiI!'
Lint sgr.nd Plcnlo "t.o'.be'' given at.Fu eston[ ,
| much to both/the .timulatet ," '.j:
and action t
yt.eolimmend'; appearance contort !! { of the kldn c : '
-p itrto XD1 Drum on the 9th lust, Ft Drum ..s never of his place., purifiCl the blood, and , "
; b:1 t sub confident there' Is far from the bowels of purges the 3 S ,
front and foul
am.dpa.3 d we are confident Offers to Customers sccnmula :
>4wa> ;.dandy for burns," It'will have grand success in the This. kind (readers ia genuine Olney ,,Every Facility cures liver oomplainc0 indigestion It .. '/
briefs, which,is than we Consistent !jOur ltomach :, more with Sound ,
,} eon farms especially coming {venture., can say Management. dizzlnClI, chile, I .
for some late items which. __ pains Ilde4che
11 anaoy-'accidental we under f back.
cuts _
M saw. t
burns _
:Messer*: John and Jos.'D. P&daett.madea the c ache kidney troubles conattpaUondirrhna.biliousness I
ay=which heal rapidly when leading'of Olney.. We however Personal ,', )
business trip to. Ft ,Drum,.the ashamed .. Attention .to All Business Intrusted to Us. y, '
are not so far1 colds
j SoowUaunent la 'applied.J week.MIsa .'" I of;'our and headache. ,"'
past ckki'n ,
alwar'bs kept la the house community,;as to write of coming and gist hu Tbedlord Bl
"of'i Battle' McLaughlin baa',Just going of Its people under the title ,6f : V N. B. 26 packages and fA '
i emergency 25o,'Mo and I I CARSON. moth size/ for 1IIa1J I, !
returned from \OAeHIIU' t .
r a several weeks visit another : \ ;
ao oola Pharmoey."V.> I place a IUb titute. Ins : i
her alster Mrs.: Swain'at ; 'oI,II' Wishing to !* 011 aringgtthe 'I'
'' Midway. success Valley ,Oa1 orsQmat made by the ,.
; tr'1'Istget'la.txirial' 8atti', Mel/ E. L, McLaughlin has just returned : retie. and. Its many.,readers.. Mx11Cln. Compan7., ChattaDOop"

shlturtoailand Press, from Tlt i..m. where be 'Went,' .' Olpeylte I hatkw Thc4'onI' B1ect. ;ab

to,attend court "and, reporta the ;'town It:... ot rs:._' ... ''DR. MOFFETT'S ame: ra>taar tcin good It the'or bad,IIMdklna sod. ra e.rgl a.1 If.k 'Tot
> : aaving been quite crowded witn I : Ally eVIr'tJaIn. I "
Cordon have
yl Jobber people Olw4wMa.DyMatcry.M4 ''a b
w : some who.were there On business and'r News cornea.. from D.; H.: : Turner, a lha Rowel Trouble ef ,-Iamlly,..,.of I twdY.Iwi" chgdr.a aa/. feet "''t "tand
Others'who went to look '- Druggist at Dempseytown,Pa. thatDrKing's A eel that BL rat t Yl
CM6wl hCa1lhywlth
on. /
_usiub,P psr' Cutter 18 Inch- ; ef4 /Aga.Nei :
New Life PUla' raaJht,. 1.J. IJtEENwgkdwBLdtY, ;
;V 40.09,, Mr..Lpwls'' 'McLaoghlln left recently sWiuUeMUsBUia l ;.
iBtoaee, ,almost to assist the'roada, worker who are seller J inhibitor! After..usingthem: Bowtk,SlrtngUxii .
.rorkintl'the county''roa s, 'from' Ft btmsell-he' ..T.,," .T ate. rnly great; T w4P UisCKIUaadtUksaCtire
-t f ' actual / experience convinced -TllT111NG
Dram ''-4' melt lAfY.
/ .' toOlnnMril.'E; / Everybody'.wants them for Dn&ks, or mail 25c ,fit C1 .Vi* lle $t, ioftlsld
el is..,. : :: : ; : 'ba' made Constlpai. : tee fled. said '---.Hive .if i iN
,. McLengMhv ]
.Qd .log land Thrush r
: : Stomacb'and Remove
tdver'troubles and
o ,y1r .Y!..,... _. tiartlV_, ".lsop.ov .Net "l'tltptw" tale' i;,.....,.. n--a./. .: .,JI.r, ..:, ".. A.\:..25d.> ,ml.Wevln.LFr' 9t. OF .m_, COUNTERACT NEAT UPON AND OVERCONt flk.rl.w{ Seadtua a T ep Work. xt' }

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e'Klssimm e Valley Gazelle Wade., 1 tunerOrlando., .! ,.WlNTJID.-> X ,poet* L.At. :;OacenlaPharmacy. 'KNN NKNiR' 7 '
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,Send, us'your;; : job printing', . .. ... <; -- ',, "
,t.M TKLEPHONB:/ ,NO. 11. / J (glorlouu'rain fell'\ last aighlt" Mr; TrI?. Parr/ of St; Cloud i was (tatOWQ i" Las'lIess''. Locals I : 'Iy 'I ::!.

'I'IjBL1g11ED; EVES\ KHIIUV' ,1 1vo. 02 eels the''' Oaceola. Pharmaoy 'thl. morning): 'and made this" officea itl4KVrtrN" OU': 1'0
clock.) \; pleasant call. / , QlaimsIaaeaaaaww.wawaa.' -.
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POUND A HARRIS.a.OHUROH Senator'Carson'' day two -" - -- - '- '10;;:
)I'rlckL", on 75.00 Top Buggy atKisslmmea i 'spent or Standard. Patterns Xat, 'I" ', .. .
attending to business h ie'la.t, week "
!. PIRBOTOnY. I Drug: Co. real bargains ._ r ; "', \5' !
'For to'
PIANO TUNING. wllloontlaue and returned to.: Sunday / Stanford's.
''batb., -ifirnonmT and Ontn 7"c.;..e10.::Pr<,1t.4hln Prayer. each macllnjinlnr t'ab- his!! round, here about-Wade the'20ilu, ,', -" night'" ', < '30yds.4k4; Sheeting, tl, ,"'91'Stanford's. Some shoe dealers claim to'sell "the: ,.best shoe oft') earth"'* ,' ''rs 'S'I
,,. Tbura'dar ."" at 7 ... Babbalb The picnic of the ,Sanford people
.School rf t-M Sunday mornLI;l''. Juo. M..Lee made. trip to belandoTuesday < Have you seen our:-$1 'shop, At. I is}not,our part to'dlsputja the-statement" but: simply, to pui.B; '
T. Iii tl.., Putor.IHrrim whichwas to have taken ,place here pann's Store.Stanford '
-- *
F O U..OIC-O.Anndavlla J.. Frier, "..tor.. on. matters' oLbunIness.'The ., to-morrow: has been. Indefinitely. postponed -. '_ ,<; I ----r, 'Commom Mir claims b'efqre f : the pu&ioj5th j : :
la'.1' m and 7
Fr p m. '
kuuii JPeorl'* mocilnf (.no n. m. Rnnd.yoq faculty'and pupils' of the Hl,fh has iust,what: ,you want In, ,< Our,reasons 'therefor and'' ,
I." a, m. prayer malting every Thera.day1j school are preparing -Commencement , new, style O foro/s.
: .int'I.ItorsQwayawenme. : '- ' of the trial ((10 Bre-' Submit the result ,to.,th anbli'. .
"- .IJ3' : : ,
QNN KriMtoral. ONvlICH-Archd4uon '' Battle Axe shops a specialty, at aE
R... 'r.-La.Y ser Ili yard, un.t.t--uPQn.._s,_change: of venuefrom .
Ore vvrrr Lieut Cot Cad Uuioe-Jt-J3ratton's.. .. teed judgment of that trlbu-:\: P
at II. Bno4 oy-NChontaNeprm. ran nNi.iooO ei this county..) of the case againstJ,1y. -- "'-- : '
.Y.nln(.er"lc by the Rector third and fourth was T lab We clalmrtosellfl i J -
transacting business
Bon<1 y. of ...oh.month. in town'yes O'Berry, eharged'with the larceny An, up-to-date line, of, Men's Straw .
PwIYT.KIANCatlaefr'...DlTlna wor.hlponever' terday., Hats. at Stanford's.Old ' ,
Aral Hundajr lOud third Sunday In each ttf.oattle, the jury' brought in a Uke.Vehet .
month. Mornlug aervlcv at II m. tehonl -n- Miss. Emmie! :Mosely returned home, verdict. of 'guilty. The -defendant V 'papers 2Oc..par hundred at the \ Better-Slioe, }

!tot:M a..errlo K.7.-OO p. n. Sunday p. m. Pr.yvrne at from DeLand last week,:wbere she has counsel made motion; for a new trial Valley Gazette office. '-:;, ' to /
n'Tb d:: "YID&j :i1'I ': ; TharHhe .
It m..t\lOrdlallru"tte": )to.flen".the.e Kwrrbody been teaching, to'spand vacation! which was overruled, and an appeal. Stanford is sole agent for Douglass TenderFeet I .

fvloe.. F* a ".._.- "' )\11'.. Jos. Ward died' at her'home \ken... Shoes at.KIII.IDunee.., , "BestSlideonEartrOurs ;;
.l>AVID OHk,upt. Ol .. 8,, several miles from. --.-- .|- . , ..,
town Wednesdayfrom Mrs.;J., M. Bryan went'up to Jacksonville
.. ... . .
See ''
and price those1 Summer Suitsat
Official Weather Report.iimo -stroke of paralysis, we learn., a few'day ago to be with her Ouice,& JrattoD'.. SIEE Is "T.HE:' QUEEN n,

a."" TE.rt.:XTu _w... HmTMUMDAT rtwi Mrs.''%r, R. Johnstone ,wen,to Tampa daflghter Miss ''lorrle, who is there THAT THIS QUALITY, the. .J1a"41! !', and; "

,, I K*>M ... Mar .7 1D06.Mai. Wednesday to beat the' bedside of} 8ud'<
ilrs.V.. B.. Johnstoue, her daughter- Miss, Florrie ''was att.ebdInlfVesleyan !Sold= Stanford., dent guarantee of its quality"

NinrRaln I in-law, who is Female College, Macon, 'Ga.., and '
"alii suffering'from .an attack > on Subscribe for VThe Designer at80cts TRADK-'MARK' '
--- -, ,. -" of (ever. being taken ill started for home and per year, at Kat.'.. IS BRANDED'' i-queenly: ,, r: e gal.1 -*, hjghastv' : 1 ;

M .. as far 7acksouville'whero' ,ON, EVERY best., 'Tim name without (ate t
e.tnp'sT.M.' . .A. l E. Bearden, Administrator,, has got as, she Pay your a'ccount. and get a free SHOE., ; ., .'areputation'
y anndal.N..r. A h7 ;::. sold the Leakestockof'druis and store stopped with' ber.'brovhers., We hope ticket on Top Buggy. at Daon's Stote.J ;wouldcount. ,, no

Tu Mnndaf' .KUy.:.......?......._.. ', ,,*C7w. AR hII ,;nr w fixtures to' Mr. 'W.. B. I>,ake' of Jack she may"*soon' be restored' to' her' usual. )A.beaut.lfullloe of plain and figured -, < find, -*tfna&--_af Mi" Btyh.,-.--.-. ,more' t. ?an'a.ny other, ;; but this.
... ... 65 health. 1
Trund.v w.deeiAayr,.....:. 77 07.J. .v.27 sonviile who has been bere, this'week !' Lawns at' Quice &:, ,Pratton's.. 'stood the test of tlm(.
.packing them for shipment.. I The many, friends of Mrs; L. E.Bailey Your the name was Indeed a happy thought;; In the fithesa of things "
A. IMPSO!\ > P.'M.Friday carriage- more light and : ,
Prot. W. D. Hinton, our clever and Il the State of tbe W C. graceful when "lorothy ' "
no,better name could be sound. Made to fit, made to wear .
..em lent-& p rntendeat| of Public Instruction T. U.'will tvgret: to learn that her yea Dodd" Shoe."' Fopirale only at. C. W. r, ,
.V:May S, 1903. llpent'. veral days .o"f" ? dente 4n Prohibition ,Perk;, N.' "iTT Uann's., "',.!'homy' No..4. made to last;made.for comfort, made;' rn: 4e' of .bas! '

,' ''Our rates fur,Insertion\ of advertisements week Tallahassee attending to matters was destroyed by ,fire .:'fewdays!! ago Subscriptions- reoolved:' "for.i :' 'The De : material. money coule-.twy! :; made'b'y: \) most ekiU'eii'worlqipKj': -and', w w

amongthe. reading matter on oj interest to,\the schools..1 togethel"wUh iLl,.Jurnishlngswhich; \ signer". at tOo! lJer year., 'At. Katz'.- 'on correct. principfes.' :, Solduoder-guarantee'and'at.prfcesthatcannot : : ; .

this page is ten cents. per line each In Mrs. Beaman pave. picnic- to her were very handsome two and costly;, andmaduseript ::After I 15th Inst I 'will be away1' for be met. quality, for quality. whprawe. count "oar quantity- a' .
sertion.POOD Sunday School class of little girls for or three \books' she two weeks:"'Parties needing work-: 10 and'the only true 'V lue.of any:shoe. "
last Saturday in the grove .In North was preparing to publish, 'materialfor my line will. please reserve same untlmy ; "..., x ,
' KUslmmee It was a :Very pleasant which tithe had been thirty years. Ingathering ..return. SPBIQ FLKMINO., .1 .. ... ,: J : ; '., d s
>ooooocoooocooooq : loss FOR SALE' IN KISSIMMEE: ONLY' BY '
iJer l ,
occasion'! the little misses say. is partially- covered ,Stanford has just received" "a" new ,

LocthlNew's.. II. C. Stanford Chairman -of the by Insurance., lot of Spring press" Goods., ,Call, and ,

,.. ... :.':;- ':,: -- :.--==' Town Council, has been acting as A wreck of tbe train' of which' Ira see them.- :.. . H. C. Stanford

Mayor pro tern.during the illness of Bass, formerly of this. place, was engineer Just received new lot of Embroidery I

a. Col. Aderhold. lie fills the bill to occurred on"the S. and 'St.;' P. and Lace. Oulce &, Bratton., , >4 ,,* .,.rA_* _, .,. . ..,.-, .f. ,? t_. L..a .,_'-
perfection and despatches. business H. n.; last Monday, in which the engine 'I '..,
,We'ream top in the fight The d80meat line of.Spring and '
,For our drugs are right. with a rush. 'was ditched and Mr.' Bass received Summer Dress Goods ever "offered-In Be Originator 'ot., Low, Prices, _In ,Klsslmmee,' ii."I"

-- Klsslmmeo Drug Company. Mr, B.Uowse of Ocafa came down 'some severe- .andpainful; town,at KaU'sr. -... r_ ,

14r+ Rain Is much needed.Springlike a few days ago to )look-after. cattle wounds? :r Among them'were"E1 rushed 1, ;Remember, --- with '-- .
cut the bead and 'dislo aeh'purcha.e'"ooefree _, : .!r rOV
nose, a on a ,1It
T" I---r
: weather. this.week.. ,Interests in this section.. Tuesday ticket to the 75.00 Top Buggy,''at .
,AgratefulshowerfellMondsynight.tiunter morning he and J.,, W. Miller left for cated ,ankle .He la 'now at _hls( home Dann's. Store.-' ,

-S <; hand i ithe best, at Onceolapharmacy. the range down the river where they is in getting Sanford'and along we nicely' are I pleased. to know, ,.Don't wear last year's style when VVVV V p OVVV VV V : ':

'r.. will spend several! weeks. with a "Dorothy Dodd" shoe :
t % The Continental Fire Insurance The ttIl .lmmee Kid Club" :defe t- stryle right up to now, Sold. only

Wade, the tuner, of Orlando, was Inar Company, of New, York', with assets olhas a team of ''Orlando ,base ballists', on 'by" C,\ W. Dann.. 8 NOW' IS' TIME I tF.
town week.
+ this r IIUOO-OOo:! placed. Its company the local diamond last Saturday by a. Stove Wood S. ,
; Headquarters for _aewng( machine with the M. Tiller Agency of this score of 21 Co 18. Although outclassed '
oil. J. WILSOM. as to weight; and size, the locals ,We will furnish Stove Wood, delivered '
of age/
." place, one the largest fire to any, part of town at $1.00 per S\,1:FOR 6jp DAYS>
L. C. Conklln a portion of proved themselves-superior 'bothIn ,
spent. insurance companies of the United Strand. MA YN AnD LUMHEB: Co. .
lad In Orlando. team. and individual work/anct .. ''
Wednesday' States. e won S PRIOE6' \ 'WILL:: BB nEOUCKO: ON ClfR'{ RN-riRB' ,t.1Nt''j't'
. t much these The'visitors You Know What-YoK Are Taking .
) .,. }). Tlndall, one of Narcoos e'* COl. Aderbo'ld had the misfortune to praise upon points. : .5
eadlntf cltl1.enl.wa. In town Monday. fall from his doorway a'few "nights took their' defeat (, philuauphieaUy When you take Grovels' Tasteless .

5 Attorney Taylor Sears and Va0,. ago and Sustained Injuries'' that have and made, a good' impression upon .Chill Tonic because the', formula "Li S'AU'' '' persons indebted to me :wil( 'please call .and'', jpay7m t

Agnew attended, court_ .at Tituavllle, kept biyf confined to his bed ever since, our people"b1 their 'gentlemanly"", plainly printed on every' bottle showIng t heir; accounts., a. kanie must .be ,closed. up'.tl
conduct while here,
It is
simply Iron and Quininein
lad .week. though they are not believed to, be''' ofa ..

-; nllnental Insurance Co.,.was In the his many friends we.wish him a spee? and Midland railroads have' been doIng Pay., 500.. S'; j vA. ..W, A.. T S Nf ",. ,,

cityday., :<\,' ;t } ':!; i dy'recovery.-"'. "* -., ,,": : <;-* ', ',, -:< :':"*.,/''' c duty on the' S..:t and St.,!', P, "'thisweekjuid.ja.crew ', ," ., "'ta' ', , ' ) , ,0 '" j.IT:
S << feat -" ; (Bapllst churcb'or r' fromSanford'bave....... : \ '. , / .. '" :.;0.,
i Partiea Jenlrlng.: real (ate In KUImmee ;The tbieplaoe voted h bare. ', ',,' " "' , ..... \ I I1
boantllng'( ; The '
will dolwelltofcoauuuntcata l last 1'huredanigbtito''give'Rep: ; : places:: I'i\; \i, ,I,..",.E . ' I ,,, V VVVVVVVf
it With Ilurbert Fleming.- ,"Tn: -'.''''''e O.:J.: Frier pastor, '.a month's' leaveof t transfer lronlrtemporary'' '' and'was .;,."". i' ", ',, \ ."'r I. ,, '{'J ..J". " ,' ' ' ../\1' ,\ , .. ,. ,( ," : ', ,- \1 K;'' ",-fiit
made by a wreck '
necessary Bomewhere ,'-' -' ." 1.i':1: 1t>
f Mr, James Darton', of Orlando, Is absence. lie left a day or two ago t : '
near Trilby on the S. and St. P. ? ;>> .h : "
In'town this week taking orders for to.attend the Baptist Convention now which is narrow gau"aand..Its. engine f; ,1. .i\;

stereoscopes and le'ws, in session at' 'Savannah, Ga.; after being ditched that of the 'Midland was FREE,l! ; ), .

FOB SALE,-All'tny choice lot of potpunts which he will visit other point. la I required to makfLjta..Schedules until t BIOrCEE SHOP..Thompson's ,(j ; '''I .;$ .
at reasonable p icea. Mrs K.F Georgia and South Carolina. :He will the wrec"k'could'be cleared ,4' .. '
by first la June.An 4 ,I .fi _
return ; :
Kail, North slmmee,
f sJ.'; M..'-W11Iaon, Jr., real estate. agent, editor of 'a ..mallV"8IIterli newspaper that One sometimes of those occurs regretable fa the.incidents best. regulated : : ', Old Stand, ';'I ..;:l''JlWilsoiiProprietor' .

pas sold to II, C. Stanford the vacant" recently stated that) he had
lot north of the store of the latter. been kissed* by one of the most beau. printing establishments, a lap $75.00: TOP BICGYfREI i '' ' :'. } :'
occurred In ;
sus ,pennaj, our last issue, .: l \ : :
tlful married women in the town. lie r ;
Mrs, Wm. Fraz.ire; has been severely which Blated that "fl. 3. Soars, attorney ",
promised: to tell, her name In the first :j "
J 111 for time pa.t'e . 't.
some. arewt : had moved to Miami" It occurred e r ,
pleased to know _now. convalescing. issue of his paper next month In two by confusing two items:. That ', '', :

Quite. a crowd was in town last Sat weeks the But'when'circulation '('of the paper .II.- U. Seymour had mated to',. Miami;+ 'Bicycles cleaned and repaired, Full' line: !Sum'< .r. : --

'; i u urdayand another. Monday and the doubled.' he gave the name and W, J. Sears, was attending. coMit ? ,dries always on hand.:,. Good',ties $5,50, per; (f"U: : -
of his wife be bad to leave town. ,
merchants report,*. good business aa In Tltu.V'llle.. .The ltell gave the Impression Withevdry CASH \ cycles.for hire' by thehbur ,day' orweelc.. "V:' was; "" 'f'"
r the result< Dr. W.'Ii.. King died at hla home that W. J. Sears had moved ;Purchase of 60 cents' r
' klsglmmee last evening KlsslmmeeThe' iN ;'! -i'3; 73 ?s ja 'F a>a a>?3# i ., :-I II11111111111l111111t
Tuesday Item '
Capt... and Mrs.. C;: M. Frasure, and near, from :was Irritating ''we. issue one ticket. ( ,. '
s little. after. a short spell of typhomalarlal'fever. to all concerned and 'we'take :", "- ..
) son, Hoyt, returned Monday 1111111111111111111111111 .
,night from strip. to Jaclcsonvllle and. .- lIe was about 05 1oar. of age; this method of making the- amende 'r 11111111l1111111111 ((11'' t, ,, 4y" "

St.,Augustine. had lived iaHbls. county for a number honorable.,/ = NORTH KI68IMMEK. PHONBT, 8I }.,.. '. f' ,f
: ;
? ;
of years and bad many friends among. ** 1 From an' ";"'!< ') .,'
We understand that Mr. O;;; W. BuyGoocIs : UprQ."Oate. ,""
-Qer..l6-A.btoA--W..up..from} the ur-peeps:'..whwvUlregeL.toiea; O. W. GRIFFIN \j" ,.
t>Wins rancheyesterday.. He reTorts Hopkins 4scuetemplatleg7wyiog.aplace his death. He leaves' a.widow and : firm. 7---- ---- -- -------------- ,--- -- '
and moving his ta.mtli'to Kis* ; .
that the work of roads ,
three or four'chlldren; ,aU grown to s i.w
a' nd fences'goes. simmee. He has had some very unpleasant :
S merrily on. '
his loss.W
mourn ,experiences .,in crossing'' 'the !
t-'Mrs. P. D.:Outlaw went up to Sanford are Informed that Governor Jennings river to hte\ranohe from the' East : Faflcy Fdrniy OrocerieS f ;rY, ,ta

1, Wednesday to:assist innursing recently said to a gentlemanfrom Coast which he doesn't'care to repeat KisslmmeVDrugrCo.B ; ,
her aon-hi-lawIraDass, who was In. the .. 4 __
this county, ins speaking of At one time be' fell ovorboard ?and

jured_ in a railroadwreck, Monday, new Jaw :against; cutting fences, that came DelLI' belnft drowned, and 'at ,another ,. .,. FRESI-T MEATS. -' '

ev.' 'F."G.;' 'Ralley, and ,Messrs. J. the entire'executive fot9 of lbe'St, te, time when be was' accompanied i

.. f '. : if 'would be need-W' enforce Mrs: they stranded
Oardner'J,'' ;> U Orav.e. and ''Lee necessary, : by Hopkins were
.iandy i. attended. he meetlaff-"the I that law., While not entering JrjtQ the on'an Island In mid-stream 'and.-spenta'whole S. Peliveryevery, at.any hpur ; patronage aolicited* c .

't' State Horticultural. Society' in Miami merits,or demerits of this or any othnr night without,food or, helteis ( Y'' '
; this week questionthat may be .connected, with Klsslmmee Would 'cert IJ11F'fortu. '

It,. we simply give the above as information nate to secure 'so public spirited <'a '
.*Ir. C.,W. Ward, ''Secretary. of the Y
Af jiltea! Land Company( returned home to the public We"hope, howeverp resident" as, Mr..Hopkins.. ;, :A B- nn n n n n 11 1 n y',,

I Tuesdayafter. an absence of a week or there wall be no cause for such -:,/" .. VVVVVaVVVVVVVVVVVVV ?'t4 ,'

I more in' 'Washington; Philadelphia extreme. measures,to bv necessary.:: Notice I T.

I and New, ,Y Clrk..,, v Mr.,D.: :W Sumnierlin of'/Bartbv<: After 23rd Inst., I will be awaY from 'E, A.-'S E, I
perfect: Klsslmmee for;'ten ,days,, or ; ,, CITY BAKERY
Monday' his,Mallng'l tLoo: ,Tuesday forMWon'Qasa came up last to ', more ,- ; : I
a representative from arrangements putting an lee faotorylnoperation' attendingthe'meeting; ; of' the State I f'
here and 'we, 'are Dental Association at Seabreeze. r
this county to the SUllal' Cane Grow
.- er.' Convention which .baa. been\ in t.oltJi going ahead with: the'. business Parties needing my immediate'' services Is ,the'bee i I and tafest remedy(/fct : ;== 2 = : Td
4 regardless of the threatening'' warning are requested to see tne' ,before 'thatdate. : .I ri
session there this. week., , I all stomach: in4 : troubles:of ?
It '
gtaien him by inJacksonville ., ,J.W.: Simpson'D. D S.-; Finn
a competing factory
; ;P. fa Cogglns,'' a-: genial \knight'; ;, of / that'the'ioe'"business a .babies and children.- It, quickly A, *> .f'

the'grlp'< ,, was'among his customerssjn '' cities :: tip diarrhoei i L ino 'Full'! '9''
'f Klsslmmee would be a 'warm'' affair )A Georgiagirl. ..describes'.her'/ co uon, con* '

this place..TuesdayHe Is an ,old If'he persisted. bis undertaking and 111"0 Atlanta tn the following rhapsody Vuliiopt., worms. ,,sour' stomach and

4 .were nd,Of pleased the'edltof of the him., V.' G., and Intimates. that he'will\have: to fight for tOh' ,I.bad suck a perfectly .Joe .ot'leep. tr perfectly' I hinn-, ; Grade

: I to meet" the business be gets, from this: territory. beaatlful tltneeverytblng was so con- but effecdT .. Cluldren- APertxttJeeWi
less ;
MrsK': James Panllc and llttJe; daught ',We'are' glad;' to* know' that"the vertedouknow.; We stopped at a very: 'j Canned; Crackers 3 '

t ter.; ot Cairo,. Oak'' arrived in''townbrijHonday"to bluff did not work as;' It' was desired house where: ,we,. rode On a refrigerator, ,like,to,take Its I '.At alt drng-<)res-' 7 Goods

\ spend',' a.,.month"or< jsls\ 'and that). Is going, about' the workas and our .rooms'nwer. illustrated ,with ..large. bonla,for .ii.; >'t k; 'J i t'Ashyowridrrggtitladort '1 3Mr Tr NERD __ i :

"ka.,vUltl g Mrs.,. Pauik's parents, If be bad not received it. ;.He' :;his election'lights. ,There was 'no stove In - / -r.v r

1 1 !\,tad': Mrs.; ;JVHJ: :, ordered his I..ohtQcio// and IheToom; but one of those ;legislators*" .. ::I ,n D vw

, IJ ", l.l'!' :. Carnsiwho" hal :been !tn we learn will the erection of the In the floor' ,'and beat poured right up ; Orange Hammock y '

' tS'fshbustneatt"bere''for' lenralMbII buildings as'soy n as the 'lumbeca4be ihrough It I did not have shy appetite .: ..1: I ; ? '' taiU r 4 1 '

i baa closed the business"for the cut,:, ;Our,people should stand by and could not have anything .I'' oould A_: v v. aren.ts for ,Steairx Ia S .'ujcm' Y. '
,,- I i season maA'on t K Saturday: "...1asS .him end his enterprise for*:;the failure realties "Honestly,;when I got' borne I i / "' '' y r -
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hoow In Oblo.;."It is 4 in, ol suob'an;fatltutkn 11 --lI1cJ--' ./!,far was lsllmoatiai: :'individual.' \ Hawk- -
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t. 4 Found Favor-
-' Have
OptHoffman, Who'"Was On .the America Whea She Won Designs! That .Were Popula; In 1830 . Solve a ,
the Queen's Cup, Is Proud of His Part in' { ;: WU. Uil\\l- Dressmakers Are : '

: 1 Great Problem +

the Victory. d /
,....:.--. It All Deptnds on You. find will' excite the wonder =t>t ',our t
: tt Isn't th.'way,that la stormy:;;;- frlendi.-who will be sure to give you Of II course, a glrlO nlay join the In.dependent -
-I' 0'penon 'In the United the starting point. The wind was blowIng da dl .erlmlnatlrig | a''
Where the storm cloud hid the credit for a'lot of Ingenuity. .11 CTa. HE party.nd' that
State feel. a deeper very' llghC.a;: the signal gun was (t 'Isn't the.thorn* that pierce' the reetl; ,dressmakers havp a' 1Oltar! la.
,Get glass bottle with wide b 1\_
a upe
or lu
,, r: 1 heart Interest In theY Bred:The AuraraWrpssod-\ : the'line first It'a,just how you walk the war. mouth and 'It full of serious problem to *el> .harp' Ir.nglo a ott. incline

: yacht saw being built away weTv In the lead We had tt 'lin't' tint lions linger. ' water. Tben pour get, a piece nearly of .round tie Just-nqw.*.....__ ( much :smarter than l()' -,-.

1, w to defend the America's hard luck In getting away, and every With leech that are ken to alaft l r- stick about'ten Inches In length-part C "1n the'' 1830 design but It .dodlthatf sloping reshoulders
cup this bummer against other boat ''preceded us. The light '.n'. th.. Borrow to-day-tomorrowsIt's which are fast becoming If It'a 'de with "
of the will
..U oKncltshboats. .just how you walk the wsy. roller of"a-window shade tho only proper, kInd to iO
Sir Thomas Upton's winds seemed to favor > the smartest are "
do the old
1 or even small end of an
Chamrock-ill than Capt. We 'llsbcartenod !.a bitat Isn't fashions
It that crowns await .you-< broom Uclf. Attach a weight .to one .and newest of,
r Henry Hoffman of-Bar first, .remember. But prett7'lOOn The Gold of the rainbow's raV-"- . .for 1903 the cape the

h ton. Capt. Hodman I* v-good breece- praag-np.. .We_spread, 'f. :'only- "fh*""" *Faith--that live.-...-throucnDemur .- .--- ., end of.tntOtbwatelntb the stick, so that when)aribout'thre.tourths :youput'It _-' :- ''1'everi'Jnal.1telet; > awl

i' the of tte crew all the canvas we -coUld: ,, and at once '
member ,
only surviving .It's Jim hear:> you walk the way..1: of it will be under ,/water peioriue play an Important part. The I'N
of the America, the stanch schooner commenced to' pick up.. -frank' I* Stanton. In Atlanta-- 'Constltutlon. .- :. On top of the other-end off the grave question "to. be decided Is
that' orally\ l "lifted"', the' fa "Before we reached the 'BtaU D' ...- i. stick tack a small square of card" whether their gracefully falling lines
It over to this ship anchored half way In the course with
Water Boat and Water Wheel. boards! which will bo tho platform of which are Inseparably associated
) from England. The ,captain we bad passed every one of the other the7 I will
'Of courseany 'boat ucles it happens scales. I the sloping shoulders of long ago,
part In the memorable race, and. boats.- A* we turned the stationshipwe to be an Iceboat, a stone boat or thing is to put the ,necessary : seem tolerable on the square, sometimes -
minutes'and seconds'ahead'
four six.
4'byacht he was at the time but a mere were : weight mark on the .U k. Vo pointedly square, shoulders of
recollection of the nearest of our com- _
he his a most vivid one '
1 I do this, borrow from some one the to-day. >(
event and tells a remarkablyt petltorst druggist or the grocer a ha1t- ullce'aoneour.'ce. The rape, r.Ms.! mantelet and i
of how .we wrested '.'At the .nnttiwe were way In. the
t; tory ,, a two-ounce and a throe- pelerine are here along with the Immense.
silver trophy fromour, English lead. There' wasn't aii'secon4.: .' at I ounce weight Put the balt- unce and ,flowing sleeves and voluminous
cousin. least so the I story'goes.. Out of courseyou've l\
ply a-thr ounce weight on tho'platform frilled skirts, and about! forty-five
"I was only sixteen year* old'at the heard that story. The writer I '
first and the water
note where comesto out of fifty Lava square
time' of the the captain.. enid ho hadn't, so Capt. Hoffman related 1 0
race, says I II. on the stick; this you can easily do shoulders. It will be. seen therefore.
It.' Well? ," ho said, "It's a pretty \: II I
a1r because tho stick'will be wet. Then
how I that the question Is of Importance 4
t old story now. It relates take It out of the water and mark that Aa .to Just what Is the best thing '
tt told of the result of the
r 7at's queen was
? place for3oui.haILouacO'Put ,
to do under tie circumstances
race and'her Inquiry, 'W)!.. boat was into t Nt
the stick gently back the +
$J. opinion Is much divided at present.Many r .
second T" 'There was no second your water,,,and lay the ounce weight onthe of independent cast .
women an
dI majesty.' was-the_reply. To tell the platform when the stick will of believe OleNTTrnTBeauty. .'-
second beat was'l0 far in of mind and some other who An
truth; the course sink lower than It did at flrst.Take te. maintainthe the required shoulder
In. piquant'contr 1830 fashions
wb makAout
the ear that really could not It out'and' mark, the ounce, '
crossed fact that sloping shoulders were will! be forthcoming.: ;
lb.'IIntlh which It was when wo : place, and do this with the twoounceand oncb Worn with' capes and pelerines' -
tfie three-ounce wel hone after
Is no reason why square ones shouldnot LIFE IN GUNNY MEXICO. ,
much the best
I ''rv Itli "OurboaJLr.vas very the 'other; but .... '
become them just as well -
craft in the race. There Is no. doubt 1 Tho-stick: will he graduated : '1"
about that. When wo crossed the line showing a half-ounce now mark;an ounce' that the eternal (Unenes'of thlflgs cannot No Opportunity There for the Strenuous
be eluded so lightly Is shown by Person.
there was mighty little cheering: from
mark, a two-ounce mark and three-. -
the fact that 'the Illustratorrwho The Mltla. Mcxoco Messenger! ; gives
save the men on the Amerjcs.
- anyone ounce mark when are In
. Our crew went 'daft over' the win. I. The Water Boat Afloat dOllbt- about tho and weight of you a letter all seek to 'adapt/ their handsome girlsto a gllmp of unvexed and placid exUt-

y "but I had been"e sallpr from"tfio .They cheered and cheered and cheered : a gravy boat, may he-called a water you have" "dots-to put It on the the! .prevailing style of dress and cure 'In""1ta golden sotatlco! :

time I'was eleven. Of the entire and they danced around' llke Inlans. boat; but I am speaking of a boat platform, and there you are! the dteas to the girls hove of. late "'s only hour of throbbing ex

r crew''that'' sailed the !good American "The owners 'o!'the America gave I driven by water as well as through If the letter weighs ono ounce or considerably toned down the agsres- cllemo-nt Is when our edition. Is pulled .
t'' 'craft On that In I Its give of shoulder, which off the apparatus every Saturday after-
glorious day August every member of, the- crew a nan- water. principal- parts are a tin less, a two-cent stamp! will carry It; If Squareness
1861-1 the only I rnrvlvor. And and tall Close short time one of tho The rcad.-cltai! tfhs alight
am some money present for winning the pan a lamp chlmney. It weighseven the least fraction more only :& ago was noon. paper
I am very' naturally proud ot It I cup. Nothing of the sort had been : the'small end of the chimney with a than one ounce It will take two two- most valuable possessions of each! and contents discussed. we give all 1

1 remember the race so ,well that 'Iteems promised to u* as an Incentive for cork. Into which a rubber bent glassor eerit'stamps. for the rate is two cent. proprietary typoof girl. callers a guitar and song concert, and

:l. ; scarcely-possible that It I I. nearly supreme effort but the owners were I lead tube is tightly fitted; prop the tor- each ounce or fraction thereof Squaro shoulders! have been admired life flows on till the next Saturdayafternoon.

fifty-two year* since It took placo. chimney np In the pan with the small If it from time to lime; The Egyptians Absolutamente we give no t
weighs than two
I more ounces'arogD
,. .Duh time never veer a point in Its. tube projecting over the rim; fill the I admired them and so did the Greeks, pointers to Intending tropical In
course and more than half a century chimney with water and sot tho chimney but from' the day of Venus do vestors. A balmy climate, music and
has passed since we fought. for and craft afloat. .. ... Bong sad getting out our weekly Heart

won the Qneen'a cup. 1 It will move with the ease and grace I Thl'ftbher'l\lI\ the measure of a modest r.

Thatwas' the name of the trophy of a turtle, though not so fast until ambition. Morgan I 111 a lunatic"

_ fJ In those days.- It Is only 'since the all the water has: run out. You can It Is ever the merry month of June I,

'America brought the cup over here produce a better Knltatlon' of speed by- of a Saturday afternoon., In the genial '

<*, that we nil"It"' ti. America's. cup. using Instead of the pan a little wooden republic south of us.

+ fj. you know. None of the modern boats, boat of more shipshape model with

? Jn ,m, opinion,"b"the equal ot the the water tube projecting, over the f !. Th*..lackamoor. "
old America; They are mere play stern but unless the vessel Is very The troubles In Morocco, says the _

thingrnowadaya-'cockle-shell' .. But broad of beam It will capsize.In : London Chronicle serve as a ? reminder ,

the' America ,was as 'strong' and sear fact. the boat is made not to go that a slang word which atone '

''worthy a boat'as ever rode a wave a fast but to illustrate a principle by go- time was very familiar as applied

r y'\ ,Note of the yacht, that defend the Ing at all; and another Illustration of 1IThe notto a" Moor in particular, \

1 cup nowadays Is'capable'of weather- the same principle Is given by the. but to any. man of "color," Is. now

t t Jag a gale. 'The America could breast water mill now to be described. obsolete except u.n odd public .

( the fiercest hurricane that ever" swept The mill Is made of thj same lamp house sign. That Is "blackamoor" .4i"

an ocean. chimney', or another, with corks or otherwise "black Moor" In the early
The: ere'Wof the America was made 'plugs in both ends. Instead of one "blAcknmoor"
Georgian era e.,
'.up-of a doaen men, two mates and our water tube'it'has two tare,; four or;
negro footmen and pages were com
Brown. more, going out like the spokes of -Aw
kipper, Capt_ __ The skipper mon In London In the households' of "
$;. wa as fine a sailor a* ever I chopped >3el and bent_at the end-all In the fashionable
the most people. .Early '
,ti < my'eye'' on.- The-crew was composed same direction.. The chimney 1 la set I ;
In the eighteenth the bust
ti "of first-class'material, too. upright1 between two pivots which century ..'S;

"When the crew of the America-,,.. pies against the upper and lower! I'I of a blackamoor was largely employed '
t.*" and I Is filled with water 1830 Styles on Modern Shoulder. by tobacconists as a sign, and It
t ....aed not a mother' son of the lot plug, ; here
t bole In the upper ping which also I Medici until they l came' In 'again still survives and there The
faintest Idea of
a -, ;*js'the a trip across 'I .
,:: ' ....AtlantIc. The-sklpper one morn- serve to admit air when-the. Is i \",;., " '", i with tie preRaphaelltel'"h.., were blackamoor: then divided the honor .'1.
t The 1 of the eclipsed by the luxurious fall and of announcing a tobacco shop with '
1 "IDIr, ,however summoned ,u. together turning. only'use top plug i ; "
Jnd sold r'Boys, we're going over to In fact. Is to give a point' Of support Letter Scales Complete. Clytie-tiko droop of the shoulders the red Indian attired In a petticoatof >

u 'Johnny'.Bull' Isle. and were ,going and the vessel must be open to the air and not more than three. It will take called swanlike by the- poetical and tobacco leaves and the Scotch.t, 'd

to race there. More than that, we're at the top. Aa the water!! flows out take three two-cent stamps and so on. champagne bottle by the Irreverent Highlander In the act of taking snuff. -I'A

I""' ,1 going to win the race we"' enter and through\ the little tube the mill turns The high favor of the sloping shoulder Many effigies of blackamoors which

".-r.' going to make John.; Bull the In'the opposite direction and If there i Roosevelt on Boys. came In the 30s. wlta tba, fashions were so cumbrous as to constitute a

wrest man on earth. I take It you're Is not too'much friction at the pivotsIt No boy can afford to neglect his which demanded their support public danger were compulsorlly removed

c;' ; ,i 'all with meT W. sang out to a man will soon be spinning'rapidly. wqrk, and with a boy work, as a rule I and became them so well that the In London by virtue of an act

:that,.w*' were more than eager to go .The C- The water boat and water mill are means study -I am n -advocate ot'' combined Influence of fashion and that was passed early In the reign 6

+ across and' anxious ,to vanquish tho wild with! joy and extremely liberal example of what are called reaction senseless cramming in studies, but a shoulders prevailed for"tfiree decades George III

Briton; No one In those days had and generous machines.. The principle they Illustrate boy should work and should work In themselves these were gracious

ever' heard or' yacht crossing the :Not long after our winning of the' Is that generally speaking you can hard at his lessons. In the first place. fashions rich flowing halt concealing Will Accept Scholarship.Prof. .

,," "Atlantic., but every maD wanted to Queen' cup, now the America's cup. not ,move anything without" moving for tbe sake of the effect upon his half revealing. A trifle too abundant Schmidt of. the German university

;&0. We were ready for the trip within '11'. fought It out with the Tltanla In something elre in tho opposite direr owe character of settling to learn It for tho stout woman they may of Education who accompanied v

, w v #?;!1wo-'days. a race of eighty miles-forty miles tion. In both of these case a* the Shiftlessness slackness Indifferenceto have been but a blessing for the thin Emperor William to England: last

\1.-\ 'TTheAmerica conducted herserT out. sailing before th.,wind. and forty water Is forced out in the direction of studying are all most certain to one. November' and went to Oxford to investigate -

',+ _... ,bDtltallY all the" way ,across 'We miles'' back. The America covered the the water tube the boat or the part ot mean Inability to get on In- othorwalks' HoweveeJyou look at It, the freakIshness educational conditions'there

-'r"". bad some-rough' weather,during part eighty miles In six hours aDd twelve'1 the mill from which It flows I. drivenIn of life. Of'course as a boy .which has revived them fora g
: of the- trip.; but the America was too minutest: the Titanic In seven hours the opposite direction.. The recoil!! grows older'lt is a good thing If he vigorous'and broad-shouldered generation reaervc'dly acknowledges the great '

stanch craft to mind It a bit. She and three minutes. We had some or "kick" of a gun .U another Illstratlon. can shape his stud lea.In the direction Is past understanding. WhatIs value of the Rhodes ..cholar.hlps"nd

r Ri ',was built of oak, cedar, chestnut and other race over there, too, and we At the Instant of firing the gun toward which' he has a natural bent; a poor girl to dot will do Its utmjost to- assist German

locust. She"'was coppered from her won every race we entered moves backward If it can.'and If you but whether he can do this or not be She has her square shoulders and students to avail themselves c(

keel to six Inches above her load line. "The old America Is still afloat and are holding It against your'' shoulderyou must put his whole heart Into It. I do has acquired them by hard labor. She tli<.>m. You may stAto that the prospects '

;We.:went 'over just-a. we were. Notenderaccompanied'us. in owned now I believe by Paul Butler feel the reaction as a 'kick, Andf not believe In mischief-making In can't get rid of them for she'., not a .of our accepting the scholar-
of tho late Gen. Benjamin the gun I la heavily loaded you may: school hours as this Is the kind ol
" and when*we con Gibson or a Christy girl on paperbesubtlyandimDer'ceptitiTyTmodi! ships_are altogetherlavOI'able.-TherlJ" -"p
.' -.. :f. Butler. But she Is 'a very different animal spirits that make poor jchplara h -arv-no fundamental difficulties whatever

'i' *r+rr." ,', 4---- : ;.. -'"-'- ,crate; nowadays. .. froll--L:" she!! I ..I ____I J__ __,_-.- =1_, ;-and I-bellerelharihoae boys who fled to the requirement! of the mode. In the way. Nothing but the-

when she won tho cup. She has been take part In rough bud'play'out of One dressmaker suggests some difference between German and Eng

,, _i entirely rebuilt and resemble the old school will not find any need of It.- neat little pads, which by shortening lish university requlrementa suggestspossible

America very little. She-1 I. one of the 'te'e American Boy.Where. tho length of the neck would give a obstacles, the

ii:.y t.f.; ,fleet.of,the New York yacht club.," perfect slope to the shoulders.' These education of German students preparatory being

Are the Birds I so far li" advance.
Elizabethan: Excise. Law, To see all our birds in their wlntei .

.i. In striking contrast to the present homes we should have to travel from Dead Man's Wishes/ <4-

laws to prevent habitual drunkenness., the mlddlff states down to the Argentine Amos Mecartney Unheeded,
he yttir gays the Lonion Dally Chronicle, Republic. We could see a great ; died In Oakland California pioneer
a few
'those'passed In though, by.making midwinter day ago
were the reign of many a leaving to hU
Queen Elizabeth. The' Lansdowne. trip to the -gulf states. In Florida 1rro about half a million.. family an e.tat.worth },

manuscripts In the British Museum for Instance we should find enormous that there should bo It was his wish

record that In 1094 orders were set flacks; of robins whirling through the Ices at his no religious serve,

down by the lords and others' her tree and alighting here and there to "dealre funeral, as he did not k

>atr majesty': >rlvy-council for"-the reform feed 'upon the berries of the china of anyone which- to- talk of the bereatter. -

matlon of the great disorder ..committed Tree-mndrhollyrManyblrdrwflrs.hOuTd than T. no-one know-Tnor T--
1 re IYJ/fl I a small band
by the excessiveBumber ,,of find only along the coast, and many gaged to can be en. p

frI r ale houses,, which the ju.Ucea'were .The. Water Wheel In Motoo,,. others we should have to search for. neral !It I.entertain all that those I at "the fu,

ordered to.' reduce The In the.silent cypress swamps of Louisiana require. Hi.

publican wishes
4 n __ move< backward with great prompt- O, wore not carried
-. and,; Mississippi. The heron. : out perhaps
were compelled' to give to the constable nes*. : because hla family
of the 'pariah! the name and iA,vessel':might:be propelled by firIng loy..-tho solitude of these swamp, neighbors would ray." A "what the

I 'l"IENIK ninwNo-' buslneAs'of every' one;;who frequentedtheir heavy cannon from the 'shore.; where In the numeron* springs and delivered a regulation dlscoureT clergyman

<. :*xrNwr_ --c -- houses, and w.rq' forbidden to Now If year: big brother; "'11o"la a streams they find the fish and frog instead of a ban!\here and
t I : srr7. Moe g.- on which they 'feed.f \ WM genteel
have any game played'therein.. On sophomore and nearly full of wisdom I quartet.LongSnd

I' Sunday co person,dwelling :wIthIn a says that the pressure of the stream of FOup .1

,t. ".dieiUh. other side we ,were realty-\ mile.of the public" bouso'were allowedto water against the air drives the water A. \)' Toes.Have -- -- Falthf" /'' '

to race a* scones ".'4, got. things. In enter except cubs tan t Lai .house- boat and the '"ater mill tell hllll,)011. 'you ever,.noticed the differ. In Our Sarah Iway came"Into Ssrvlc.the/
mina trim. "* holden traveling to church. and ,then know better. once'between: the ',.teet of hones, and Grandmothers' Day of John Harvey of family

'rThe. boatel 1 that/ ,were to1' races only for a reasonable time to refresh The air has nothing to do with 'It. cows, The cow'* foot ha four toe, would be carefully made to suit each a .ervant in 1836 Centervllle,ilnd.* as +

....'ITS were of all else and rig themselves. Curiously the Chief comp and the little machine'would go Just but two of them It doesn't used Look pair of shoulders, the dress would be' year, and has been at the age of 12

'? As a'matter.'of""faktl: .never saw 00p. plaint''against publican .was, the .a well "If'there were 'no air-better.Indeed."as closely :nut time_ you see one, and fitted' ever them' and they. would' fin.' lug a. servant and continuously act-,
.' iaa.y'different* kind* -of/;boat* assem- "br..l c stronger ale atyl cheer thai. ''then they would have 'no youll'aee the two little short. toe ally sewed In the dress. But, of that family since housekeepecln d

etli r t,In-"one_'_trace., They wholesome'; for man', body." ' air frlctloiti'or:' resistance to' contend at.' the back '''n.' r' touch the round eourser'they-'would' be of no me |Iq Hai'Ye,. who fret though! .the original
"' , " the evening frock. gav ber .
<*< .
at elDplo
':Ftit! ;from ,forty-eventon boat<< with.i: i a11.Looked f meat ,
passed "
% at' from 'the front ''cow( I Another suggestion Is the away long ago.: "
hI'i hundred and eighteen :Osn. Dukf Conscientious., ,, ., a' resort
ft .'. We were. .Impatient. / for the,day Genl;,'Basil W.. Duke of. LouisvlU., sA ,Pr.ssnt for'vPapa.What's foot appear*' to be split In:Ttwo, :so to the ail powerful massage, to ab- Three Men ,:

Ii>" 8r.rae.'to"wme'aronnd.. ; : itar was,ol ere4, the federal district judge;! the "111I., In,'spending,:yourmoney we,salt a cloven hoof' because l stain from any.violent use ijf,the arms Herbert W Bowen of Mark; 4
t T If'tbe day; vA wanted would ship'of' Kentucky by.President Roose. fpr a.' alr) of letter scale, when' cloven means "split." But the horse'sfoot and, shoulders and:to spend as much exnelal'' Judge ; minister *: Wand "

.' ....ow'.ape. But finally that'glori- v. lf but declined to accept on the. .,you can,mal.e a pair,,for;.yourseU out.of Is all In'on.: piece., ,' time' .; posslbld'with heavy weights and Taftr governor ot ''the' o'Philippines '

_. 4 .., the",ull down toe sbou. of Porto Rico, wero JUdge HUDt,'So'ernor >""'

spa ; all-gathered .around J mao for the, position. : ..Bea1c1 t It wW W'aVdecIded'novelty,' ; too- t'I' :d dorm.F 'I I were elaasdtates at Yale "_N.i1ii
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)r', 1 v WAIT: TIL'L YOUR! DE D.f ." ,, The ''three Miss areysons ,wera '. ';,NAMING THTkev MW: ""
.., dorlog' themselves 'wbo W08-1.. ...,
f Ton erlv because cio '' ... -
man not seen rolks nderatand cacW.
do not 'thefavored' one- though ; ,
y' :To your plus ; '
uadtitand your worthy Wad el Meaora, avran., sad Vtai,
'. .1Je..u... .b. wood 1 you try to do ., do not lau* you 4.tV.whrtTyoi. :+, meet depths of 'her. heart Was aura" ,,,0Ma, *.), sad Kanta, and MUdrod, a.1 .-
Bmalo. unknown on earth -. Horn woakcr brother'. under' knew-*nd Archie, himself /began 'to 'jslayi
BokUM BO-Luau fit* your brow, They do not tar kind tblas of yoa? think tb.t'b.-..... getting to/be a good DobaM tho arn uulds'M Hotaa B--. 1

":I'wUlaU Or bay ntwlnes-yonr'b.'yours oar.'of fcwMl then 4a .- Tb-y'll No rnH loarM for your bed deal 'of an 'ass-striving so vainly .to .They OUrrlwa. totS3ES3s".....Itt9mf. .adBtoUai, "
Walt UU you're dead. Walt. till pnUo you're dead., art la. goodly. Urn*- reach through his }very small J''circle 1_..... tad 1IIJIIIe,
} a of friends'., one eapetlarglrl) of tho.. > .. iI'\)
"' It ,.d Ar bluoowl to Uio sklos your ''i WaIUUlrOQ..*dead.. They'll toil It tboat millions who' existed.. 0..1...... '11I1011I.-... '-I
9' isle all virtue .. It IB atone. This feeling,swept over him In Its ilea 13iM .... tear
your dam to be And It & ,
put In* oboM-n =
Oftswt on by kl htlou .,...? plao. fullest strength one evening as be sat .
/ Heoludod mod alou. ...... .. ... -
.Wh.worr'l or.r luota a thing' ? trorhp* your splendid traitsmay all on the I parlor sofa, whilethe, youngest ' dad ssisy 1'.x- iatiy
.0. .
Why not .J..loo) Inet..d> 'I 1. .,. lilt .y-s.aessM
.pltapb. be -*- Miss Grey con: gushed gently! -on I' "
of all lb. miming faiael, At any rat* tbey'it.trotch tbtHralh, bet .. I.Ip.l'HUMOROUL
Walt mi )'ou.,, 4ad. beside him and eldest .tent It ., ,
Walt --
.. till you're' dead.' ..
M -.:..w D. NOIbic. In Chicago Trlbana.g ,him meaning: glances over the head =I ,
.... of jr miserable little man she was supposed 4 .. t _

_ctntiinitnn ttr r i n n.mmm.ttmnmlUJ1 t t up In to desperation be entertalnlnl prepared;.anct for be rose instant Bill-Why:'do they, 'call lt tigpla'

., == flight wbeo' b. heard the middle Creek.,Bo you 'suppose .Jftl-hrttQa.' '"
Miss dreyson'bearlng down upon him because the water -Hmpld.+<
THE mi WHO DID NOT from the rear. Jilthel-Do."IOU" think that'George ;7l(

LOOI.! "My: dearest 'Bett,.." Kiss 'Grey son A .a utlrul Neck.. t 'Three Aaos'ef Wejrpen.. t was struck: b7 'my" beauty .Oiara.-I,,
was raying In her sweetest tones To WI out'holowa lathe: neck Inhale ,_ '"Wonian'B may. be divided i broad<" har41F-tbIDk-that-. :he-was-'severslrIn-;. .
,, ; ,j1'1IDSUit' 'd'lne"tob.veumeeC Dr. '4 ep trsolha 6t f..esh'alP knffthoiTVefyslowly 1y Hnt6 lhree',very distinct; periods/' t Gwhl.perlne Jured. -'. ... -

.I THE ;5TORY OF A YOUNG PHYSICIAN! Dean George's'most Intimate friend I 'erpel then UU all the air Is ex- age the giggling* age 'and "He boasts that'be doesn't advertise,.;,
= you know, and so-loveIy. Dr, Dean, hautUd Irom the luura. Do this eightor the storming and!! tearful age "said an bat be'. still doing business,at his old
this III Miss D.vls-Isn't she the sweet- ten time sotefal times a day; Remember observant man '"and If men were stand." "He means he's doing business) ,

:-f.IllLll1J1LJ-.........l.,(.....1i...IU 1 I U l.Jltiiililiuiiijiiiiininiiii JI I1ILEver eat girl you ever"paw I I..Uauw you'll .that this' exercise must' be shrewd th..COJlIcS easily make a good at his old ..t&IIdItUI.NIl&l'1'7k ,
love each other with which embarrassing practiced with the throat bare If you guess as to a woman's age up to a certain Blpoo"lnuded.wil.
since Archie remark 'Miss Qreysou fluttered- are to get'the moat possible good from time. There Is a time when a tell you '

old enough to take aa amiably: away leaving him standing, It and It Is Ultless.p expect to tee an woman's. age Is a matter of much mystery ; .'is'a sweet little body. Robert-' ,

moral and erect and (contused; before:-the girl, IJDproveme r.-.r9r some weeks. and a man,, or a woman, tor teat How do you-know that? Harry' I saw -'*
of his fellowmen he, who J-not took! matter, can't tell anything about It) his bonbon bill for the last'month.' '' '
oughly disgusted : Now Miss Betty, Davis was a moderately Stocks and Belts To MAtch' The first statement, In which .the division Boftlelgh-Are you quite eure' Miss

'" --amount,, curiosity. : attractive young woman ,and Avery new idea fo;.a stock and belt of periods Is made, is probably': a Bank ,. not in? The Maid-Of course-'

everywhere, I :: pretty but she had' never before' Inspired Is to have both fashioned of white little awkward for'' the whispering po-. I am. She gave me one of :your photographs '

Tho older he grew such sudden-'ruch evident and cloth, with an appliqued; design In riod belongs to.the child age rather .In order to make me doubly'

CUlt (f"bO became intense admlratlpji as,they did now, I whit suede leather, applied In medallions th.n'to the age 'of the woman and sure,' .
94. U wai almost a and she could ,not help feeling flat'. which are then outlined -with the giggling1 period-gete.a little closer'to I ).I... Dauber-This Is one of my 'son s

- cutting him .off lured by, It-so' much so that when) mall (old beads. Transparent collars the border line 'womanhood. Still paintings.) Crt t tick-Ahem 1 Yea Mra

'sweethearts of his ', at the end of only half an hour; ,the are still as popular as ever; .A stunning all those''periods-belong .to o; Dauber-Tea, bee quite'weddea to his.

er's.;'chooslag until : : : young, ''man' .asked"If be might call;; one has the ysual pint1 In front the sex,'and hence,*they may be prop: art 'and-.- CrttOck' -Rather -a H, hasty. ;'t
was reduced to utter I she rashly answered "Yes" reflecting high at the sides and back loplng1nto ,etlT.coiD.ld'ered In, the' connection 'I marriage wasn't;It? -"

father declared their I that though''' eho' knew nothing of a comfortable cnrve' at .the throat.It. have' in mind.' .Mr i; Smith :Un 'street: car)-; Madam, "

sane. him. the .GreyBOHS. did,,'and 'he must Is mtui of filet net as a foundation; on '"Not the dllreren1o! between tb."crr.nd \ take' my: .seat Mrs. Jones.(who best: ,

,t : Unfortunately bo "all right" If she met him-at'their this Is' wed appliques of pale blue the boyof, say: between 10 and 1# been ft&n4In"15 minutes)-No'thanks.,

profession calculated house. embroidery spangled with turqbulsobeads. :years of age. The boy, as a-'rule It I 'get off at the next corner::Mr. Smith '}
contact with all the : She did not know to what straits The entire collar Is boned ;top loud. bclsterouaepakp In big com-' That's all right. So dot L ,
there was going the Oroyso'n girls' brother I nvmdtrig tones, and lives In all respect '
: was sometimes .
and tottotn. The! smartest belts are "
First Uttle Girt-My. ,pa.Is .IOIDr:11;:
of his feUaw reduced in the matter of men.. the snakeskin ones with a gilt harneis ..thelife intense. But here thi," Into the'legislature.' Second Little Ctrl,

fect of dniga on t But during the .next: few weeks she buckle. Good all round stocks very girl enters'"' upon her whispering cat -Pooh! Chars nothing; my pa's going

what was worse--on did many: more rurloua things'than neat'add pretty to wear with the morl reer.; Bho bejlns to'saf things softly \Into bankruptcy. First Uttle Girl-.

that Intensely : < that 'for Archle's*,wooing was of a Tug ...Irt..llt. are_the black peau,do to,her'companions.) She ,whispers everything Well I 111m7 pall go there too; 1C '
the patients as to how swift;. passionate, determined nature sole and four-ln-hands made up In the ? She does not use her low be wants to. -. ,
these young doctors : which l burst-down all barriers and car- shops to sell for a dollar. A linen tones simply: to peddle the little gossipof ', ''
But the ried away the girl herself: though turnover completes" the rlm' appear the Schoolyard tq say shy thing "Perhapsventured'; the"unsuccessful' >

'came when college Blazed and wpnderlng.tiy! the very resisdieasno'sa of, Jodie, and .Richard and ,.Thomas., contributor '"you dldnt, conslder.'my;; ,
'=*(tter; be Joined the of its force. --,r.." .ance. 'and 'Henry,,.but she "will whisper the little ode true to life.?. "'<>11. It was true

hospital and In due He did pot care that there was already Women Stub Pens. *- most- or Inary, things in the, world.. enough! replied the editor.' "[ assure.

bulancelrSeoD.\ an accepted'suitor In the field- man's. first day In mere commonplaces about which there, you; there was more truth than poetryIn
It was the young "
He naiad the. \! I he did not seem even to realise the when he iajnp cert of.need of secrecy.. Now. what you said V"My
eager faces which i fact until one evening when that the department store.-and to be -distributed -rile ,buda, into her teens she enters .' 'dear.,;sir" replied the secret'ary'of :
sorted the
street and window : young man most righteously, attempted out the pens writing deske-he selected upon a period of apparently foolish, the fake mining company,.""we prom. .

clashed and clattered to knock him .down. among'fine and public medium nibs. The old often silly, ;'giggling. She Will elggle' Ised no dIYldend.."'"Yoo certainly. did;, ,,
Then 'demonstratedthat the things In" Ton acrured the1 stockholders they/1'
pushing, helpless Arqhle..simply at mo.t' trifling the
the told
hand who superintended job. '
I the world;gflgglo and 'often she could make big out of the comma
variably' surrounded physically: at least he was him to put them all back In the box and at nothing profits
to whom he came, the I Iwhich' : better 'man of the two liter which to pick out stubs. Instead., "Depart will' giggle when .tears would be morebeaoming. pan"But, my dear air, you are to Iff

watched his be gently: picked his. rival up escorted meat store letter"writers are. mostly ., Of course, she,doesn't mean Captain-Well, what;: do 'you-'wanli
and then the ride : him home and apologized' : he said, "and nine out of ten to be harsh In this.' She Is probably Tramp Captain, believe'.me,' tm.-ac

word "There's some most humbly for the broken .head- womeajuse women a stub pen these days.: : It further from harshness ,at this age than, ordinary* beggar\ 1'was, at. the-'frost't- '

ahead:* mea women but went right on with his destruction Ss almost Impossible to get .them ,to at any other, time .in her career Captain (with) Interest Really?

"aTeiT'Trushed: and-. of the poor man' heart! write= with any other kind. Every once "It Is 'the- age when poetic and religious TrmiPr'-Yes>> sir;:'but I couldn't ,".* ,

one glimpse of the- I .He cared Out 'a' wjhlt what Betty's in a while a new' man. comes along to Impulses. -are strongest In the anybody hear; 'so I: came round. to h the;;
side him. I other charms or faults might be.:sho .'
do the work ate doing.this mornIng nature of woman when, tho heart,.Is back.
It was all so' : I fulfilled the (Ideal which his I.d.:',i.a /and he, not you being up to the tricks tenderest and .whenthe .bU..eneea: Tall nt-\\'h&t'"thlafLo l. a. housedog S:.

one morning when : set up Jor him. she was. the only_girl.. "of-shoppers, scaters assortment of of that Indefinable thing, the soul are ;'"a liberal reward will be paid tor;t ;.
out of bed-he' had I In the world, whom he could love and more plastic'and.more responsive than'
the his.return. there's doff
flne-polnted pens- over writing Why.- man :your '
twice during the I : win her he must and would-a purpose at any other. period. Bo she, giggles, "
tables. The women writers raise -no out 'la the yard this moment'Ollfore-T,4
whoop of Joy as he i In which ho succeededo well 'that and giggles, until after she1' has round. :
end of a vows over a ml.take'of-that 1.era; somebody come along and steal
was his last day at In a few'weeks-Betty had discarded a ed her. way Into the %Oa. Thus wecome '
kind and insist upon being supplied him as IOOQ that advertisement gets'.. ,{.
tomorrow Uttle : love whlcli"1ll14 been part of her life by degrees'to the last period '
with the favorite stubs.1":-New York about "
his place, and he I ; ever since she had worn .bort'troekl!! Times.. when the lines of life have dropped ,fatD r tL 'cut' : ,;
f "George' ; says his 11 hJ*.
be at liberty to : I Itlon. and .pigtail! and four months later Into their 'natUral grooves,"< when timidity .
and autopsies) was not only engaged but married' to .<,, oneoYtheTopaz.. : la replaced br: the selfassertivespirit off with a shilling ',11''' be Instate, wgep ;r'"P
R..pp marrying merxnd, wbatl'dld'
He felt her new and ardent suitor.; alternates
so gay ; when life .continually "
.' Fashionable women' who could not eerT" "I reminded him'that'papa-to; a.;:
never even (' In fact, everything was done la such between the sunshine and the shadow.
rang Imperiously: a.whirl that It was not untl'),tbey stepped possess a pearl ''or two '"> their Jewel passing quickly from laughter' tears, lawyer and that he'd be'glad,,to\..... ,
Jnto the\ carriage;nttett the 'ceremony boxes only recently: felt that all the up the case again his father'e ettili
through breakfast 1 f song to sigh, from love's gentler; ' J",
cial cap Jauntily: on : that either of them fully realized world stood awry. Every womap.beyknew : 'lisping;: the ,,rasping speech'of petulance 000 shares"BriggsGreat. I .....
what had .lived (Insuch"'a wore.pearls set In some'form or Scott! 'bew. yels:
bead, ran down b.PPt'neo-tby, had and so' on' until the area'burn.
"Bonnie Dundee;' , : stateof'' nervous xcatement.f other, and duriu the erase diamonds low on the hearth,and the calm of age' ,of kerosene! ,Orlggsv.Jtaahionablei -? ,, 4i. "

on behind 'the .strain and hurry and opposition, for a time-lost I heir prlj&UC9- falls softly as heaven' benediction!*'-?"; perfume nows4UI

tled past the door: : !; ever ajnce' they: had known each.other, Just* now Jewelers'are'p'ollohlng; 'up New. 'Orleans Tlmea-pemocrat-! { one'the' air"of, poeBeaalag: anbile.
."Jove!"' exclaimed that they: had 'not had time to thInk. and settlor their' supply oftopazes.. I alwayo i>fk,'.k;.u.uta.QQ", "u."'. "

dignified senior as I',1 and Archie suddenly remembered.that for!. the time Je. ma rlpp for: a reappearance : (Fashion Note's.. et-hondkerchlef: before,,I .come. ,'.away / \
two feet down from his new made, "wife had D.vert'ven!. : of, th. .golden jSlone.).'t'A topas I 1 "'t t:;letPwill' be extremely: -fashionoYfci -' from home. ;rs""".

wfth a resounding : ,, heard the beginning of-tbeir "tor,. 'must bep,.e( with, diamonds JsndJt ap4 { th.'s": seaaoit: .- '"What, is your .J ..t.herOb :* :

hear,that? What the "Betty" he said softly, as' he drew phlresto &give the; good! |fleets of conrtraat. ''8oa.oi'of1 J the skirts are me, Millie asked 'the, young4sssm '. '
into him? He's beet J her yellow! head down on hla .holl.lder. ,Sapphires more particularly, trimmed with'either graduated;, rows'of' "He says) you' "*-i- .,t'1
"I don't belleyo.10a'.1; 'when fell the blue '' sppllcatlonrhs '
owl lately. '' velvet and '
a velvet' braid
or fancy gal-
''Ooln: off '' in love with you." 1 match., .the glowing purple. o>{ the cornflower loon.. ; bitterly. !'1' ; ..kaowsj Iv.. ,. ,
"Why-why '-with a littlevstammgrof :; \, I Ir }I > "
mured little .0re'lOn : f: White' been coming'to see-you twice a ; l
I .urprle"wasa't It- Jeweierl'wlndo < velveteen of .i.nN InexpensiveQualltyrand "" '" ;':
as he remembered r The : show topazes tor nearly, six years! e .
,. 1 : ::aatd.'to\ be washable.: Is'muchylarored 'i'1
"At the Oreycons' IJo, ma'am:; I'd ; .
the beck,and caU of wopderfully'set'In ornaments of:daln- Playwright: -That"villain In nay pt tit P.i
for Tnornlog In'
tomorrow been madly: In -10'fe-wlt f you'] tor r tad carved twtolse; fhtTf: ;;'combs, (r\t- wear doesn't act-his part up to'the line,,Hto,'! months before that .and'then.'with the h use. with-white cloth pro serge '
.; -"Oot't hold ef'' a : ; ( oar'ii finals lace wfirk. nd'eprid'bled skirts *. ', a look of worry and deapejs** t .
her big eyes: looklng.wonderliiglyMnto; everywhere; with.fopaa.; 111-!';ever tlon., Manager-Ob-don't! : get emttMm . u
who '
Hess '
:suggested fiend whJle' .Jarvls, his. be went;on: "Jt all IaPPfnec.bno.d. shade from?"'lIC11.eJtraw':?coldT (o;.dew I :: :A'pz'Ominent'teature\of:,the springcostumes' flx that John,'go" up oa.t.he.; .. ;":"1
"< : ., Just about, a ,year 'ago.o*when I' will' b4''tU''cU1f'.', 'Even' the '
,'f 1 I .'yellow., and atari a rumor thai I have '1d$sJJT?. ,;.
howl derision: "I
{ : wan taking rome' poor\cba ,,home tn plainest walking gowns will be distinguished '" '' .. ..:_,
who- fen'. cu-rt-ousl'!:* ) I then ambulance{ : caught Tortoise; :shell Is' the chosen setting for- cuffs with'the .box-oMce receipt*, '" ]
conspicuous usually !
iand''wesgot for, the'new favorite and besides the .."Ullloh"" ( ri t1'
p.d''a 'certain.itttle"rt
Inc a' well aimed *gg" : ;;: right by a ere sitting of the lIau lIet'''type. \;;
.ker's p.t, stethoscope I very near', me. ;and ')'0" were the fancy, combs .wonderful bracelets are mamma ;"there were;:,three fJecea''**-rJ-
,being made of the richly' colored shell.jBcarcely A,,milliner has Introdced a new hatpin cake the snd'Aow'hpnl 1-
tleman'i 0..11' ,poc1u : ;: : I only; one of all those pe 'ple-o-"*hothegotnofurlbefrforaheVhadf 'made |JD' pantry: ; ;
'to'make lUrmornllig' : : :- Jumped braceletsor bangles are these the head of which 'Is of-aneat only: one _.How:_ did Jhst: .{ lnsnHsfT*---'t.
new ornamentsAbut i fa hloned arm -little) pompon-of>1hen1Ucr.--Wol'D- "Weil!' child ',
But, Dr.: Archibald ; nip. her face, flushed ;wftl{ }- i1tement. sold the her.eyes.wM; *" ,
ness was short lived. I "Oh Arcble/ she vcried, A.was It )Jets, that clasp the white member' above wlth'a' felt;hat It looks' as If it was, ""opee"with' so'',dark .
.The which I the elbows.-New.York,Herald.,, part., of the trimming.,. in there I didn't see the ,'* 'I 1.
*case, to really :you on that' ambulance? It , ,otaejrplece.
called was a bed ; I The'mosti, attractive:form In !'which, ,". ',
very : seems too ,;to.b. truej--I. .;been ,
ter. who had, missed | : / : Just''dying' tO'kaow'all'sbot: ..- If ever ;,The ( Craze";for' .Bold work.Tha the separate fancy: waist*has ,..made its Pree.dincThe Jnr.Austrsjfsi.. ; . ,1':"
high scaffold and { ;: since. It wa.'betore'1 had my;glasses. :; beadwork 'of, the 'lndlaa'-woman appearance this,seasonIs !in I Tory :velvet recent dlstincUon 'ogstered .,- , '.

to the: pavement:: you know., and I It ,wouldn't have done. is steadily growing ,*n,' favorAnd ws arranged'in large plaits/' decorated the king on' the cities of 1 sfattbOame' :.t

[ .-and then Jhere was ; mw :a,bit ;ol; good it'I-bad looked;; but are 'Using tier artistic'and. ''beautiful with' small gold,)buttons. and Sydney: In, givingtheir midst.. .'
;.Of.course there' It nearly broke m; heart, and I. got handiwork/ ford almost' elery' purpose Cloth of two colors and types will ,be Utrates the*eiihano;dignity; ofsatm 'I,J

,but thl.,one seemed J some vsflasses the very next day-I 'In both; the world of fashion and'In the used on: one frock, cloth strappingswill mayor aDd the title of right hoaanMe. ..t.

Irritating''.Dd, wasn't.'going'tot'' ; ; be .caghtpat :way: household. i Moreover, we are. becora- decorate' velvet, and vice versa., has raised; some questions of etiOBettavc( '"r
and things grew still : ; gain. 'Jag very: expert In- the making:; of atitraciive. and lace'motifs will be tinted to,match and precedence. U is:ooatendea ,lsi. 1':"

realised that 'the m alum rwty >wb.tmake..' ;you look' so" : .designs ourselves. and pretty; the gown they embellish. !some quarters,that.;the"tftle' of .rigs-

u he w..,- .felt and ; g dear!, 'Do tell met all .about It, soon tha'paleface and the squaw will 'A: charming:'"'spring model 'in' mill1nenrjs 'bonorable gives the lord'mayor: ,of ....- .'

peering1 glance ; ; Archie-won't you please-quick? 'Be be'brought into_ahurp ompetition.'But ....of. JhltL.JDoUe.Ili.-draped. ,...oUl'114l.thL1emporaO'.::fe !!.Ql.da! :. __.
'maddening'groan of UM->. 'TOU',.;iknow.twishrjT:; -;'*eL shall be'handicapped, as the Indian: with.tulle gauged and tucked so as:to :commonwealth. ,rank- andover "precedence '

rmuch u ArchIe i closer to''him with -'a Joyful_ ''UtUe girl's\ knowledge 6f this bead painting resemble fur, with two' long ostrich' the president of,the federal'uetw'. ;"

e 'And so,;with his 'laugh.i'm Just the most curious per ,1s second nature to herv For use In the feathers ''curling around the brim. ate and '.the speaker of:: the r.. boos .

I and bU' professional son.In ...11' the .world!,"-New 'York household nothing is better,, to bright Braided skirts decidedly ''of representaUve.'wbo; are only Irano-'
are the
'to their depths, It : News.. : en ,up a'dark: .niche than 'a.string: of .lacoraihg to, 'aN..., If at the next great'vlaregsi
f ) foreign advices
unfortunate that on : - glass! beauties.- They,adorn chandeliers vogue ; function the lord mayor of, ""-; '
,they: should';;be The FreVichi'and Germa,. 'Annl... and )hang,over, picture frames.. Lovely plainly sometimes In'rows, the, braid' either"Ia just put i on' , go In ahead;of:"tfc.'..commonwealth -? ':
on "dof the
for' a; moment- right ,: It Is''estimated; that under the presort are the new 'candle shades."',' Covered plastron or it lakes & m..Grecian ;compllcetlon may possibly

'car. plans of short, service France will 'lIl'IIt"wlth ,silk; ,they are dotted with severe 'conventional design.' ''With tho'dosel or arise. But perhaps IQ'.the:raesgltfpls, !
It'wns'! an.Open car have' a standing army"; of peace toot., beads'! and a Cringe of the: same finishesthe plaited skirts the lutl'oD'ina"/ the Herald's college la London .will hf>

the ambulance .gong :, fog of.600,000 men; divided In 578 batrtaUoni I bottom of ,the candle drapel')'.,'/lat- be braided and another favored consulted on thla and kindred pftlsts

'up the ''street : + M/nfaafry.39l squadrons,of tle'axes having beaded handles ,,are trimmingtort dresses Is 'decoupevelvet spring and an''saleable'solution i arrived' at..By .', ,

to look; but as soon 'cavalrKand 48 bktlerfesot artillery;' good for decorative porposes., and1 the and lace 4norustatlons: .the way? Montreal 'and< Toroots.the .
I from' the tangle of and 14 tide of war'she'wn? have 718 :tomahawk pie combination Is' also' leadingcities 'o<-Panada.; and lsgalrtngwbyth.y'also

I ear and'ambulance' .battalionsof Infantry, 395 squadrons adorned 'with beads. It seems .we are Trimmings promise to'cona tute 'the : should'mot bow ,,'
I. by side not, a : : of 'cavalpr: Ad6T4(;batteries ot art Iflery to'wear' bands of beads',on 'our summer ' chief charm of' the?:spring costumes.The lord mayors, \\WeU.1 .beeOr,t '

L. ot''absolute Joy -. field and horse. This will give her hats .. well as on the bolts of our Jailor-made gowns elsboiv.ately selves and request right I o"

f face ,and as..If m ,.. (000 more cavalrymen'than;Ormany! thin dresses? Parae. slippers and all : trimmed''' with bands ::of velvet< cobe their.amMtlon"win ,b. .

I curings,' every*.oul ro ; ; 93 more battalions of Infantry; (or 100-- sorts .of ,fancy banked/ we have, seen and braid artistically:'combined. ,Buttons ;! ,1"e.' Canadian are not'
r feet to get one good 000 men) and 91 more batteries of artillery. from time immemorial but-the view of all sixes and,all'. sorts will be "making e>resentaUoas"'ar'thsp: '

I But Archie; had .! Germany's army at its maxU upon 'the ,once despised objects as used ,.as a trimming. *.,The demand.for ,.AustralisnL-London .OhronleM. ;'f", : .

[ .swinging; his ,broad ; ; :'mum.intlnlssbf.peaoi number 576-- 'point, has changed, and we DOT\ ;look silk cord and tassels,will be lnerai.eiratherthan ..t. C .

I -to abut off as much 000 men of all arms" With all classesof things of beauty, and If the enthusiasm 'diminished.: and lace and ,:m. reourd'yield of -f'
v possible' while be ? reserve Germany: can put 4.000.000 keeps up-they: will pro'YI'jOJ". forever silk embroideries will be Introduced > -

'f4'with" face full of''. ;' men: Into- the field 'as".compared-- 1flUa as the durability; of Indlanwork 1s pro wherever1 there a possible'' ..excuse ''t I 1.0.te, cutMaet'yearJ f'an

', <3g' ,But' suddenly, as, France's: $,000,0t.6k ,:ver 1al.,=Washington.r'Star. for them' ) <*,flusmt .t *& "i " ,
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) .. "''TTtrrtt'tt'tr'1""TI' ) ''tttllllY' ,

q .I'rank/.CblullO./) i'stteri6n. ; TOLLINSCOtIE: rit Gent fur,ibe ,

?+ La-., wrtt.e.\J'UM\ fch,. IDOlf"I"' .h ..4uu.l.rla :::: J. W. THOMPSON2.

r "' ''el".lD'a'verySbmd'fol'me< was AcrmoKHILL.

'' i. UNDERTAKER( and EMBALMER :! 'o' ..
1' *,n tit stopped, taking their.medicine w vt4. ilex Ciro WINTER PARK ,' F -

;, ,..., f T.r'' wouhi '') eturn. -I 'u.ed a 5 ''OAfiJEC'S .A.NC: COFf'T1 e.E.
ttiple ,bottle of: Herblne : It, '
found' .
> .
.!peel BM. Then'bought two bottles, Lidles 'and Gents' Burial Robs 3 COLLEGEPfaparatory'School -7

t'fc.len; .completely cured me. t feel :::': NICE LINE FURNITURE AND 2 '

.io STANDARD HEWING MACHINES. =3: .MusIC''' School,' \ 1'
rralorul vou.for 'fura iblnff such a : ", < I
splendid medicine, and, can honestly '
w GIV&N l'aOU" AT'fJlNT OK. t Elocution
:t %: recommend It to those suffering from :-:: "I".. . . ..FUJl.MITliR&DOES REPAIRING. AND. .l'ACItUIG. =-= Art' School l. School "h .,

malaria, ai it will surely cure the-iu-l' E CO'S School1: School of Domestics and
I: Berblne, 60o bottle at Oaceola -i I AND IRON VKNCK8. :::3 TANK

r .1 Vbarmcel achef '" : Industrial Arts. "
_ : 7111111l111UUUId1U11UU1111111ULULU11i111111UUUi11UUU1Ut{ T Class : PUMP.

The lakeland, ;News bays: That ETC ET6
pr acber.who'prea. bed such a power- '- -Wj. F. BLACKMAN PH. p.. ; PRESS '

.' ., Alno ContracKJr lorjArtesian'
J' full sermon from the text t'nemembel"I. S '

'Lot's Wife;" wou4 hare done better CARSON, "'..Id..t. N C. $ItYA. lNent.rys[ -, :

to have modernised bit subject aid I'I'.A. -- ,- .
s T :8 E. 'W't
it :>' mber r iT 't1'sY'lJa-Ii.1Fil yyV Y 9
F changed to emCl! your own t' !. AND i.,

'/r' 'Ife.ff --There aro tuo many fellows D.; SMITH.- P. C. IdCK. J. ':.. J-F.iTJU. '
w now'who remember! some other fellows Waters & arson Grocery ,Co.Whol I .;; PumpKlsslmtne WQ11sN /

wife.Id the neglept of their own. The Tam Monumental Works :

y .. ... -
+ --. -S ....l. 'and Retail D..Ur. In i. "c _
San I '* A. S MANUFACTURERS Of :., *, FlaJ
t Mateo Nnl.: ( 'l 1 I I.BUY

4, Bailey.&.-Son received 1 return 'this O' IR O C i"1\1arble Granite Monuments -
week for a shipment. of grapefruit .. .
.tlO.Oo per box. TheaMpment, contalnlh ; ERi'E'S.1 THE
. 'Headstones and Tablets. -- .- *
-----edj briafy And rusty'fruit. COfNTY t 1 ,

I, -- -or- ; t 605 Strict Tiiiiipa, Florida. ]

Notice of Application' for Tax A Y t Celebrated Fertilizers I ( IATES'GRAIN Harris/m -- .. E

Under tiOli 8 $ t : \I
Deed of .i 5 5
E T C.! High Orad iron Fcneliic a'Spoclklty.Rntlmatvs t .
Chapter' 4888!: Laws. .. .. t. Circular and Price. ,..' __ on Bnlldlaa IHorblo FuraUbed. SEWING

of Florida,' ii\ Famished on Application. )i .. _._ ti I MACHINE5d(.

;OTICK 18 IlKnkRY.: : OIVKN TMAT I>. C. Y tlk.4euAr rlkatl r8tat7uflr s6treLaOaaO.atluAti.6aaea x'luIt AJ a71p reJc.dr aSaBt i6Er40L.SEAMAN Do not IM ilocclvnl -
Leo pifmliawr. Partial Tax CertlNeee.Nn.
b A4Oend675d.tetl-1hu61hd.ry..tJuoeAn, JKW7 Yrrtbi3> n f'HMX' ) cVwinglnchliw'foraiilofuiniUhliiecan ;

hoe U.edfllkJ cHKIrit<< Ii,, tar Kluri* end lisp 1 FURS f !//f} :'J'hk/ l
made'lon" Uw.fair 8itldertIflcn tax li""l! Ui..'UM'U smbrar.Nthefu.lowluK In mror'danuewlth HIDES WOOL, Do'l.iyiRlit from iiftoroiiy/ of our' /.\

d do. "Mirll, >.... 'urvperljr iltuatcd' In, Onceolaaminiy I. .... duulcra fl'ua161o.altd' : >1800.
Ftorlle..jln-wlii.: -.... WE: MAKE A VABtrTY.THE ,
-4 4l'4. (.. .Certlluate No 040, and Xnf NW1. tfecUoll25rTp NEW HOHE: IS THE BEST.fl
zs R 2* rertiiltiHto' Ho am, $' i 1'i i I

Tboeald elimuanre'known laud of and bt-InK Kvu-li; H..sasrsp.d..N,""jrvoiinlde....,.at Cn tll.the.. dale VIlI none,-of.. f.16vrVltAN' tvN.B NN11 V VN'MrV N1MtiN V' W'''1 vNN1 ltiVbr v lIVERYi pSfew .. !ism, IEEBSTBBIEJ F D i' T''<* Ktvd'of tlcMTinUiwi fV\vliin Mi the
A: if i-erttnciito ahall .b.. redeemed ",'oorll'u' ,, l" -.-- -- .. i l>i nl lt' )'<>(' l e<>iiil>liiorl with other J Jf'.roun

'k w, taxdeud pal t IMUUtlicreuM. bn, the. iT-th .liH..J( .A.. Iii 4 ..; RL -. ---': QI -_ 'Pi .: ixjlntft\ ''' iirikf the JVew Slows
-y of N..} A. I'l 1:1<101 Miu-lilno to \buy.
_..... VYiUirm my oflMnl. Miniature "ndaeal the blot Having .
Ibis the 2Ub EPtst\ A.D.lwL3Nlt'M.tRlC) 18.I 'lyriteorCiRCULSw-f styli.. of
1 High Grade Whiskey 1 = .. / '' Alarhlnw' '
M' < Clerk Circuit Court, ofMp.ult : rFinest -- we iimnuroc..aud.Nun I cfuro purchasing!

*V.W. K iOHVBTOV. I), t County! Klorl'U..21 ++++++ ++ +'r.++++ +++ vu. + +

Notice. of Application i ..of Guar Turnouts in Town. eniNox' : Maas.2NUn1AnHt.N.Y.ehtcnp.III.Atlanta.. ;:.

.. \ CU,tVt
Sell La icL
dian'tq > Kentucky Exchange .,
. .LuuH.Mo., lktllaaTx.Miui KranoUoo" ,C .,
NOTICE M THAT Till'Undenlzbwl '
; on N.hrr4ay May 5. V.NH.! will air. ON atc v :'
ply totUt* Cody Ju<1t;' of O-cm4.. CoiintfKlorla. !
i .. at the C<*un II ,:'o In Klrlntmar:: > ('liiat : ': ._ ..A..RD Agent For Standard Oil
: Company.
IU dl hek In (boo foreiKtoO for mi r-1er toil ,
at prl".. tlie hu title a-xl intereiitof 'r
th..minor twirl of Wm. MdiTmanandMary I 'r :S: E "'I'i" R. LIBBY : LOOK' OUTFOR
\. ... C A
K. Aklennan. do t '1. In thy followingdracrlbwl : - .J.MANAG _ .
.. >:,1Z .
l lpAdh to-wit i The Northweet qmJ T -- --------- --- ---- x
r of the Northwf quarter of section In. Tp .
t.-I.: 116!B. K.S3 coutalnft r-/6 acre inure or le*.*, -I 1 MALARIA.
1IIEA ALI KltMAN\ r. .y
Guardian of Ola-minor ucln of-Wiavaud Mary, I now have the largest itock of Wl"Whiskies 'KjSSIMMEE RIVER ROUTE :
,, AlderlAll1l&.deaaed. -- An epidemic of Malaria !Is sure to fbl]
and BeerCTever in
-handled Kissimmee.
1 10a-6t 1 All .. ---- ....--- low the wet seaBou and the high wwbteh
grades at price to suit the times. I -- -- ------ have prevailed all o..r.i"Rnutb. .

', AN ORDINANCE ITVG Steamer Lillie Steamer Rosearfa Malarial and kindred rev

I .
j .A..thorlal".g the oulherD Bull Telephone amTvlfgrapb : will develope to an alarming" ; eztebtit
Company to u.. the : 'r.e.A.DE: A eJEoJ.A.Jt''Y": ;: : Captain Clay Johnson, Captain Clsy Johnson, Jr. I General health conditions will be beodp.

'of Klatlatmee lu the Slat .
; the Town of : City ,
Florida, for the pnrpuae of plaoloc pole*I -- very precautioa-should K'.ii
dry and electrical conductors therein, and to weekly trip lo- ua.mger und return. Rosoadn I leave
nalotilu a tulcpbout and toll'lIri.b lervlo A. E. -, Proprietpr. Kill ,im.nee Tu".du morning/ and arrives Kixfimmec Fridny evening 1 The System Must' Cspsalsll, .. 'two

withIn mild town under certain coodUlun Special Chitrtcr; Trips |o Lake Okeechobee und Fort Myen on till .".. t* Resist .,'.r',.' A/taslff''.
Be U ordained bjr tb" OooncU of lb. Town I Lillie. I I'
a 'J 'jSecr't0Ne1. P.rmin.tou'ta ofM tomfortubleoCCommodattonforpussengen. Rates reasonable(' A trial of flfty years has demo tlfiay

' ]>. ......tb.ra Bell T.epboaa barobjr and raiitod 1.el..I.he"'paDr. ooooooococoooccoooo The most PiCluretqueVuler'uy HI" Florida. i ed that for this emergency', Dr..HH.,

a r. lla aucoeaaora a.,4 aaalifnfe. to areciperal t : Fur. Passenger. aed Freight Rates apply to ter's Iron Tonlo has no equal. Iron Ii'
aud maiuialn for IUUui ,- -
nly of telephone cud tvlegliraub song Iuu'odlultb.aerv ceeit : CLAY: JOHNSON, SR., Proprietor the fighting element In tbe blood and

.. r. b neoeeoary ora upon polea..10111''-.0 1Iaw<1.,-.fiadTow. and. cluctrli.'nl publIc condun.., E R', T.: B-UTLERi. "JOn board Lilliei7r'Kii.iiimirree{ Fla. t the kind of iron supplied by Dr.' liar-

C ltq (treeta.and hlKuwayi ,,an lie built ter's Iron Tonlo Is Just the kind th*
tGr ,, teas may from time W time require provided. "
that all polm ahall be neat and ymmrtrbal.rt system requires to successfully com'
__. II. Tbutworkor rrecllug poles byre".- BRANDIES '
toe of Ibis ordinance 1 shell be done uuder th A.LE.S, WINES : malarial cuu'dltlotis.: Don't.waU.UD

5 &.tvl.luU of the .tn...t 'uommitteu, end &I r'G Go PIbtida-East/CoastR.y; /. you are attacked. .Tak.1t now and f
A pia Southern hell Telepnoue and. T"ll'lft..1paD" o ....n.! .
r',1' aball replace aud oroporlf relay ..nh WHISKIES .oaejuusxs .' Ufy yourself; jjj) abaoltiU safe
au nr L I
j' "
d Ode walk Or Mrvot test may be dl.. aced b, reica .
.+ of the erection of auub polwn, aud upon. it. LOCAL TIME CARD and at the aams time It Is the
/ a 'failure of tbe company ao to do. once' twenty I; E No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903. tonic aud Invlgorant for the entire' ,..'
daya'autlceln wiiilnitahatl bare bt-eu .lveu '
by tbs Mavor of aald Town to said Company CIGARS AND TOBACCOS SOUTM.OUNo-aUD bOWM. NOITMBolfMo-alAD UP. tem. On the other band, qulnlos disturb .
the Town may repair. aurh portion of tbe.aide*
rat! walk or purer ttaat may have been nUturbed brBakt ....0. Mad the system and Its cumulative
Company, and oolUK-t the eat lu luouri ed STATIONS.I.T. . .... Me.7.11to1l1. .
poison begets troubles
'S (I. greater physical
DAliy -
,. ,.810m aald Company. ,. ot"r.!
C .a. lu ouunUierallon of the rJkbta and S' Beer A than those It employed to remedy. ,

'r-- prlvlleg a hervln granted, ..Id Company ehall Anheuser-Busch M 07 alop ...............Jaekaonvll.e. .. ..... .,... ...Ar S 1 "Where Seri of
i provide one croaa-arin nn each t>o'.for the free I /.ea . ........ .., I..J..keoD..II1..L.. a cue chronlo Mai
UM of tbe pu loe au .aru.larm lyilein of.,(aid DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED : g'I 1066. .::.... ....?.....kkAuruetlne ... ................ T1S.I"P 0. already niB'" toile DR. HARTER'S
i ON A U tea ................. ....
J'StSl L ...L f" I 11..Inca....... ..... .., .. .... :a *
4 Said. Cooipanr hall at all'time T4 ... . F \ER.nd'AOU.1: !: .
: be Uft. .. .... I'alatka .... .,... ... t : J( SPECIFIC It to
i'M Subject tbe lows Unliuaucea new lu eats- r < d ; 1 1 .4r..j..I.'k....... .. .... .... ::! guaranteed
.L. to. cure Price M
Maw or wbleb may be hereafter uaaaed rela* : 0 be found tn Kissimmee 0 LT..... .,. ..... .._ ..... .. 1.1I.1100p ISMO CentsV \
1, tire to the uae uf the public ttreeu Cy Can only on BrolLdway Ml.= iii _ .!!..!!..! r-aUtkn ... ... ..Ar '
.. telephone.. .10" .. ; .-............. ... ..... Ctp ,and telegraph anJ..I. ;jSac. at the BRICK BAR BUILDING. .1 "n K.' ..... ... .... ...1Y .. . i
x' *, Said "' ........., shall tool',. cal d Street a :>> .. ... 5f5.Lr? . .., ..SstNal.o. ..Ar !)a 110 'ice.W I .
1' ; .Towaacalnat mil _ume atl. llabllltlvi for I .0 0 tonr.:; fpt..,............... 'N seal.......... ............ /TuaTM ... a L DR. iiARTER'SIRON
at; .damagea whlub may arlae,or accrue to .laid tUr m SP.. ...................:.Bunnella..4....... ... .lit. .. .. ;
i 'Tew.' )trom.urtuury U> persona N N l! thl ......................Dupoq1........... .......... I .. I'Tlp'9B1 !
'' /rom""bedolug of any work herein aDtnoriaettl ''R.r BUTLER .. 1,0 lip. ..... ..............rn.J........ ...... ...... ... 6p i I TONIC.
or the uegieci uf aald ....... : .
lu '. < Inns ... ... .... ,
: '. employeea to eoinply wtb any orodlnaowlpysl .. .... ', 11..i.O""| ,! UraiKrV....."... .Jil..,..' ..17 t! Bpt4: r.. ;
: lit. Wewrf Haw ..,. ri
+l*tt vac -tl.e oUie u et>f in atnretavf aid Town: .r and ... ---- s r_ ---.-__ _ _____>1.,.;___ -- ..... "Z'OO CS p...:..::...........H'f Smyr.i.......... ...... ...... ,16a ''I" ,.. JIWo.- 4,
4 ,,u.. he Oflla
acceptance by ( of tbta OrJInanoe - --- -- -- - z: llll Up..O.k itfll .. .. ..... .... '
shall be an a CCI"I"o"It to pay laid ---....- .. .............. OacO IOU I cep .....:..::,:.:......Tltnmlb.N: .....,........ I IU u. Sly :A, 9if All dealers handle!, or send to DtJ.l]
i Town any aura of money for wulvh aald Town'tear : ." I ''i .P..O''_.............,..........It". :.. fIABT'rJt MKDICIWE
:"'\\1. beoomaliable' 1 out or by ......a of such : LAN ORDINANCE > alp. .;. :::::::::::::.Rkledll" .... ......... .... .Uts. I. ).< .. Co. Day ton, Ohio.
| Jnry. ; ,., Notice to Debtors arid Creditor IID-: = .16. 1p : ,:;. ..-.Eaua.t ...::..,,.... ... ---. .
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; jtmn a.....uJ **MIaiif>.e.ahall be. +foree h d - 'oCtClaI Utr; JI'" .. farm ...loa. .ia9l..
.." : elmotforaiMtrlodut thirty (W) yean from the .rohlbltlnit BtandlDC, Loiter .8 or. FUnlnK on All 'Pfl1". having claims of OfJC INa 11 ........ ....................U... .......... ....... .. Q II. MOTS .DJ- TwAwg
des wbee ehalt take 'sot, and shall be sub or from the railroad traitle In Klaidmmee City ualD. the! ealat*of Wary B. l......any. deceaned.suture 1'1. .:............. ..,.. Bt. Lu- I In........... ........ .0 }II'P ii YiaP 7 1 I have need Dr.Barter*
'ject to all tbe terms and condition of an Act late of Oemnla County .0-. fQ P .................n.1t.P(5M.. ............. .,..,. 1 :My t Iron Tonlo Bay'eelf andlnaa: '
\/1., *>,entitled,"An AM prohibiting tbe granting by known H the Sugar Belt Railroad Tmtle. tho are reqiiMled to OZ P......,.:..........._Tlbbaia._..:.. .............. 0P. 71fo. .. Sarah '' , 1''t' ,:1. ......................,.... I iP. to eta au. bearUIJ'.nri4IL' r.....M Itap.yy.nlsrlynIDabi
reaorlhexl t
Inr .' br ..:..... ..... ...... .... .. ..Nward O< orrtalu purpuai. a for any lerju 'P. Cityt law,or thli notice will be plead la bar their .w O V .aan .. ,,...... ,lp j0 iA. .
rl- p.raoe who thall .. of .. 1h .. .. ..... . . z. lsrlal\ sad other fvrs -
".:'". eeedlug thirty yvara or without returvli.r the HEonor 1. Any or orals recovery" OC... ", & Stuart *. ,,,.,, .. \ .,
.. right at sod after...o >lraUoo of uch after tba and approval ol this ordinuDoe. S Slea f ..t ........ .... .......: ...:: 101/:10: "
;,. S i ,. to i nuun I"r.D'u term, .be paaaace found wandlns on orloitering. .;, lo rartlea make Udebtod to laid\ eatale are reaoeeted ... iINO. ; ...::::.:....... . : .II I' ) $sedahdRmkr uoeAg...srtaao1451.f&IN '
/ "'"' ' aMlht.'r.nactadbytb.I' : /...4Udnn of fl.hlnn OQ or from the railroad,...".. known alb. m.Dtot their aatlafactory aooounu arrannemenia Immediately. for *ettle> p.M .. I ................$1'nLPnlWlkwh.:...:.:..::::.: f I.N7. ..a.< ( n&.+.Nat Mss
MPll.e4tl M
_ z. >ute o< Vlorid.. on the aecond day uf June, .Sugar B.I Railroad trertle,eroaelb: Lsks'robop.kdlgs.las.ltngflom , air p..B'*' .. ............ ........ .... III 't I
"y 'I'' ;. 4.d approrsd by &be u..naur, . .. the main land In I A. & BKARDa:5. IlL x. SOfa 1 ........,............. .'. ................ ..... .IH, I". 'a.. 1
} if.1': ' ;. .ball alS with lb. .. ....*10 Io h.mi I.and..acept he be an I Xtmimtpn.Pls. r.b.17.JtIOI.;A4ml.I.'l'IItor. L. eau IP..J..n".d.I................ ... IU. :If .
JEr: "" hefts.Connellofpaid low.iiiseeelnaue.yr employee tho TUIImad Company on duty O S U a .... .,......: .. > .'
I 'W..,.m.. I thisordina"w wlu.le .1.aF,days from 1M aball on conviction bo lined not more this.Ito m 60. ., :: .wmo..C..' ....:.. ..,: : I f JI'1
"...J'..r.,"; ', ,'Tr54Nor, . bard CIO or labor hatmpri.on.d'.01more lu the ealabooaeor both thaw such mdaysu ... Notice.- of Application for Tax __s.... -.-_! J'| A'.M! .tanl .. ... .... ..:.::.. .. .t.r l T 11.SOIiRDULBS : SoiitliBrni' Florida ;

.,.: and after'the/ date ulu _... . and Intnriaunment. ,. 'Deed Under Section 8.of : 0:1': BHATTCHSTATiosa. LInS.XArPOB'I1 ,
,' '. .v Brad a flrat", and eeoud time and\ pained In amv. t. Atlordlnanoa5OfpwN.nfordinancesb.reby RA'ILW.
i its ClAI'w aeaalon at a rrf: ulxr uveilnf of Council I. conflict Chapter 4888" Laws .ANTOBD BRABOH. i.Y
+ ,P: d. a. ./Ib day .,Ap. A.:D. l iari. _O *JLQB CITYsaAJf.- "8UWANEH:
". H STAMFORD.,' rKad ....and aeoond time and naeeed laopeiieeaaloa of Florida- - niVKPI ROUT[.-
: t;, ,.. PafaldeutofTow.RoaneiL. council tI1' o 9CIIKPULKH '
of :
'I" at a regular meeting T l.KrrECT
Notice la D.rl OTATIO.-O. JANUARY .. 1MI.
hereby rtv | Edwa7rdT > Dally
... . | n-t.iar Smith !
+ -1.Ik&teatl.OtL.tttel.. ___55___ .'blalkb day o.....April A. D..-ik IWt uTANPoanr> : and Company, pnrrthaaen' of Tax c'ertlA'-alea t 00 a r..,...... Tltoevtlle,...,,...Ar,I 1 M 1'ktl pallyT .
r -- r+- i. '--5'' r----H No. Tl*. dated Tth uae A O IHB7. No. .' Ma ............Mima-............AH 1 5? PIxle nyer.m Qulck'te
1 p ..r-l y: 4e' '. Clerk 01 the Town of Khalmme City. i ..,Of Towa Council/. ,. 417'dated $ 0p to InaLy..a.alo'rnaA. 145.J r.vl'alatkatrn ... .. ... 00 t .
4th Koremher. A n, 12 dated SMaSMa Vv..O>teei...........Aril ** a 10p p O6.ea.::
7th II Ii
of p a iv. Lake
PPtov.d late Stbday A 01505
7.'\\'f 'f.. April Japal.'OTLPERT. . April. A. D. 11WO. Mo. IW.daSd 101{ t. .........Nn(5rprt.a.Ar 1150. .n Ar t, e p OCffp ..
I 1.1,, ....1 'J.' W. Al> KH<>u>. .!... <" A D. 11 e9S Lr.Oranre Clty.Ar ,1 7 66. w'
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A:1: t T Mayor of the Towu of .. Clerk of the Town of 1t1..I.Clt,.' JTiili.tJtdltt111! ...... April" *. tt'iw.' NO. Swm-a- Ar.r..5aqr4. : LvIiNa _II 4>alAr. .Or.C'Uy Jo..L,_ t6 ? !S ? jrftssruissi/ lOM16am r"
1 A.D. N. / '
17a. d.ted
1505Jaaal Si'L
lea ApDrovrd ibis Sts 19.Opr
1; (if. City. ArCordele .. ...
'. I. WJ'ADbRItOLDYaydr April D. 1591. No. 11, dated 7th April A. D. He. It Vim' am 1/.pml.
;d I U .. of the Towo of K.Ualmmee.CHr.. . :; 1_..Ion.: No.dated 442. dated 4th Ho..ember A., D", ll11a.1'0. .'- Sunday and' Dilly zSnn BRANCH. I Dally.San.Me. II No.tSloesa Ar"r..A.. .. '... iM"ArA.luonT.TVL JD 1"1' 10", lit
':' l iOrder tot: Publication.: "" April A. D. clCIio. Ne 10w Only. Dais At,
bf. .. dated Lt Jnne A.D. IItII8, sod Nn. M7. 4.1.4 CO p ,110. ......Ar ,..,,, .... 7-zs'1 :' "p.
K .J, 11> the Circuit 'OIIrt, 7th Judicial' ClrcnCoaceintr. ; .7th.May 1x01, bps fllvd' said eertlfteatee my Wliala S St p1 S Wa .....L ,....,.. 745 a 11 ill to p Arfhaci(5n.y. :; J,11.
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sad tl7 .
"lort4u Cliaucerjr., Vintiouver has made application: for Us deed f Op 3s/6a / eaaJLvIv.juui.j.JaekKmTllle........ 0 : 1 _
;. \ ;!!...JI .1.C< BunerSeld i : B. C, 'April. ,3p.--A to laaue In aeeordanro Pablo BeaahLr..Atlantic -. ....., ....,,., 71.1 P Al Nuhvllle .. JMpmMpm GO.
... and with law. MaUCS
laid I 4S
W. certln- hi
\ y 110. '" //Oafs
F, .1' p Beach. ,. Lv ,,,. Hit I . ,:
,,, ,
"' : VUeuryTy eats embram th. fo.lowl deai, T 00 a : = ll.l. CCNT. .:a. 5 r
; of calamity
J.' Wftl&r4 r. Keener- \roracloenre most extraordinary frightful g <,,' \ Smlth-Dorrt.. f ..Mortgage.aiTdrt.l Sri? .1&Dated .'. eoonty, r.orlda. ArKt. UnilaAr . ... M. .. 'gfpa' !.
. p !
... has 10' South.west to wll'NE'.j .. Chicago ,.. .,'
>aTldaon.: J justoooured' Tb. Tim.Table.chew lb. ttm.s wbieh trains II :w a mTii ---:
'j'!. 1 It appearing by amdtvlt appended. to the billftledU Alberta where' the little mining of BKY .Nationi t rIIofewtf.S 'to' fmm lhs anal aatlon but their a rev or d.par.r. ms;be aneet.d to sinvo aaA Aep.r L5N5.5, ,ih,'
HWl4 as
; s Use '
.- ern :aD4$WS{ of IE8ei11..n 7,5 $WLf ,., IW Oomp.y 4 15.511 a(5h.11.nob Arl."I..I1I... .. > i 1l5S'pa ".
; ..*. ''S r tbe above Mated F. U. Davldeon cauae that'Henry the Dabs T. town of Frank was overwhelmed by an p4\CE. JlE)(!z.j:) 0' NW ( .M 0' SEyj .Pre I'.. t respondbl.for soy delay pr any sons.gwna ubg annresd tb. Artlnrlnnatl .. ..' fwau: IObpa. i"
I t. .' I.g.Vorri..4
4'", yr.. .aal are.... _(of England' ,over Ibe axe of :U debris from ihe'.opof Turtle mount- IIJEae&5-cdon. 0l.. all laTowiwhlpU' South of Kange u. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ?fJ.rl"u from '.., onnils to Maoon.ill;
ordered thai said
le therefore
It non .
{ 5$.* Defendanta be and are hereby ...- ,Ia. Tbe'.w&ten' of Old Man River Tb. Mid Uuda Velni aaaened at the date of I',, .KNftULAR AND OCCIDENTAL TCAIIHIP. CONNECTIONS .Ika a'DDee9alValdttatawlqtnlmcnlnfneNh/romJ.ekwsvllh. .
-3 the issuance of ench rertlfl-atea In the name AT '
-S"" ;r ,1: .toapp.ayteth.eIUof.on:or baton Monday Complaint,the IU died day were dammed by UM mass std,.death of Onk'iown... H ....10..0 Waldrllh. anus M. U Effaot Arl118, 1903. MIAMI. ono ro..lolt.I..p....&gfisisnz: I'\Q\ fo'..raj
v otberwlae"' all. .: MnlforoVY BLNlmmick. Ibe Paine ,Memorial,
,.CI D. IMS. aatlona ol b drowning .threatens those of the Corporation: r , Pullman fiuffief 81 fromJaOkaoa- '

I'-' be taken. .as.eoofeaeed by said, Dear population' who cape4', the primary Unless said eertlfleato fhaH Ve '.redeemedacrorJInf SOUTN..lOUHB.................... t ,rllle to 3t. IxHila vlaVaHove. rOblO' w\lbI'A.
1 4 Ia. ordered' UhatlbU order.' ... 'pu,,* to taw tax deed -HI Uaoe thereon E BSflSfi....,............... ? li?' Bnaiffl3Sr ......:".:.... 1- 'nail'hanle.f'a line.ran nn. DI.1. Flyer train also ..I\O\ ''
," week, for eight eonaecutlve week llsasteK.;. ,Many miners are entombed on th.Ma day of fnae A. D. 190*. . ; iar..ask....... ...... iO p bl :*.....**.. ftO '.I" H on ._. tratQ$0 Chk.go
J :mre Valley Oaaetto a ... 01'whloh I WI,.... my oOlcUl eNrnatnre and sot toll the Arliavaaann..e.' .*...... T 00. T XeF Wat Tu.L.... .....*. .rwe... P vllhotahpnl0 : .1.
"A1 .pepe. 10.the'mlobi'the'opening. ..., < F. '
.. ,... paid Cowry and IMate. 0th 4&y,of May AnJiro I'::'. ..... ........... J JJ' waUon I' .cbedol. southbound. aDeI ot6.r'IsMI'u
addrew -
leoa . closed by the. avalanche.NloTweather ;; : LLt 'For .. ..
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