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: June 5, 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: VID00075
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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{ifJEATH: : JN, ,:tHE.W) D UOSE. ..' tODO. A'I.. r BUITOR SHIPP. SENDS' 'GREKTINe. considered worth h.Nsg';'.l'' odds, '''YaKRIiMw'Wkg. f YorAr.TsthlgWhen MV
: r--, - 'A ,NowthVpeoduluni has .Wt aa'tbci otter :3tliGroW '
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'" 'f Ml"** Ruby Rose .aa-Mr. Henry J. Fortaer' ,Prlnclpai'ot:: l O.6:ola High wsy: ; and the r*$orba*. .te'raetfleotedto Chill :Txmie:. bae.We, 14e"fvee.sda'bplanly''everybeW: ''I Caris. ;:

Gainesville Georgia, Visited by. Rodgers United the Holy School' i* ProMd" of tile Stiowlog. the serious a.of maay.How: .will skow. $ irfNVS .
'Bonds of Matrltnosiy. Mad by that Esatitutloa. you twsat.your bog( ? 'If f..7ou' wfll'takeease '' * ,
it U Kfafty 1PA
a Tornado Which Well-nlf } lug that .Iron M l Qvlatoe *>l>W>* -
Wrecked that City ;The UpUoopal, churoh'on'Wedues- .aEKKNSBORO; GA.:Jnn.1"1/1903: of them a* 0Iober.4otbwe1t.bre4 in .a:; tamelessform.J .'".,No.". ,Cure; Ko ) VANS" ,AGNEW; t"I .
Editor Vallev Oacette will the. ,,becaus " V* i'I .-. *
day evening was the.Meocs: to which) : hog give best.results Payti bo, s I LewIA :
Galnesvllle..Oa., ,, J .aDe.1.--Thi cityjwai AU Klsslmmee wended: its':"' ''1. The ,The reading of-the V. Or"aooount of he has been bred for;particular. points ,' ". : ,." . j-I I Trotsieltr: A!' .:.;. -I, 't "

.truckb'! 7 a terrific tornado;.*hot occasloirwas" the marriage"of. ill.*. the closing exercises bf"the 'Osoeola and purposes; But jou must 1I, . ,))7( .'Ii ( 'Nemant"1'tr-. Kibsatinti.: : '\ -. -,''*

ly after noon today Ruby Roe,daughter of. State Cbem- H. S. Impels me Irresistibly, to "break a Berkshire'and '&1v. blm treatment "('',1. I ';',.: 'LA : ....'

The wind cam. from the: 'south,";.'n4 lit R.-E": Rose, than whom there'li no Into print"-(with your permission). of a razorback, unless' 'you want Five :Per . Cent. DR!, 'J.:\ ,W.. : WMPDBKTIMF., .
turned ''day into JnlghU As'the'' pantostriken more talented young woman' in the The V G./'Ii 'one'of my most valued hint to'die very early; .. If yoa', :except. it. .\' I -' /
( fled from the exchanges and I look tolu: to ,'' him'out and (let< him of ?1 .: ,i :,,;
people storm, State, to Mr;. Henry Jewett Rodgers, forward ,turn ;roott;- for. : (
f Twenty Year:
they wen caught in the wind ':ndblowa"bodIl1 of De Funlak'pprlnar... coming each Sunday morning with all,. himself" "take, thera:, orbaok: every .Gold $ohdi: .'....,..... ,, ;"

in all directions,' Elaborate preparation 'had been the eagerness/ of a,lover, for a letter time. tIe knows how ta live onacponi; Ornot Ovlas.'tOe: !a.: :..: :xm:;

'- Houses reeled and";VockeO and many made for t.hli-*ampldoul event, .from the absent; one. and cr wal).'-he can outurn the :thou .....:,policy top kr:w.i.rre.w We.'t r : l:30to 6:10 p- .. II': .: ." _\ .. ;-="
.reretorn into fragments. Other were and Klislmmee society was, out en I love dear old Klsslmmee, and 'es and fight his other, enemies from the Itousq Cetot" 'I'wtJ'-Vr acid aced sours to. SATISFACTION'O: >P' "A$T&Jm.. ;
lIflll 4'oodl11 from t.bell"fouDdaUoDI and masse to pay its tribute. of esteem to peelaUl'her High/ School to whose start, and he will the sweetest ....ta I.;01.........:.71t.' Mrod be ad''' i07ye' I poo wit,1 r' lit' Telephoto Ko..1eV.: ;Jtsn"riR ff> 1p.,

carried, Intact for block. Jhls fair and gifted daughter .of O.. service: I gave seven years of the early of meat In return for a little. care taws. .....c-...,01 1ICIOd Joh. V...........upolicy I. _ute.... ,?:A5ii.: 3TBVKN8'.: b SjGa
'Hoof salled'Ukp; leaves In1' the- air.People oeolK cJfchty, the smiling and happy' .talre.' f my life:'career; and when I toward the end The looks of the 'ras*: .e.trouuollld- 01 .Ie ptUcy tile I rer c_..., win I.... tee '" ':or ''," t** ld
were picked up and carried bride. The church had been 'beauti read of the brilliant closing of another orback 'put.-him out'. :with many, but 001. JIotode... the t.'oo.e from. CftI.7'se.: ; 1.'.t ......" 't} 'j
over the trees and houses for long distance fully decorated Jby the friends of the eminently/successful. term Icould not'want '''tol see ..something' muchuglier $t0ap wI14 toe p.ld: at Ire'e4 01 __ ...... .;. ......... "'.J
as Maid. resist the impulse to '. trests; ""Berkshire as a: razorback.i t iL MaS....'..'..'J"'I'.,
bride, and;wa. .>; ,worthy attestationof .Dell 'A' ItMIfHu. iMa1f ..,. A. .... .I.....
Omce trn'n
Even above the roar of the wind and the high' esteem in :'which she' larod : my greetings" through-. 'the Valley Oa. treated,, and look: at. hint after I +; '. ,.iI I. .. .... Mf
cr"lh.of the' .buildings, could' be held : zette., I three. mbnths! -.'-unless he dies before.>' ' '
her. :
tae by former .soboolmstiea. I 1 I J ;en desire to know,on 'wht terms ORLANDO.. ,. ., 'r.' PLOlIDA.I'.
beard the. shrieks of the injured. and friends.; Upon Its program I find a tf, w ,Dew .. 1 !< ,.
Hot Weather vVeakaesa.If can contract for ; <
the. moans of 'the'dying ,, The bridal party arrived promptlyon names but for the mot part,'the par' : yon .the, jmrchaM of j Per J"M"" ;i'WU''LSON.IJIi.\: 'f..f; :':
prevailed.. all former pupils in feel fagged; .. llstlfiss ..tad' CentWd: Bonds, ddfversble to .. '
The wl.destexcitement; time and a snowy carpet was. spread tlcipant are- my ; you put, yourself ' ,." > .
The city was.wrapped in Inky blackness I from the carriage' to':"the* church en whose every achievement and'triumph lacking in energy: you 'are perhaps Ia>tJenty 'years or, to your "fiiinily _. No-rAftyOP"aLfC' ,:." .'.. e f. d.,"\

for three -minutes ',..Ithb'.' air trance.', Jn theVestibule., ''the, .bride, I'feel, and. shall'ever feel -air' s.y;}? ,"
stifling, and,.. then,4before! ample The teachers; 'U, ewle. of These-symptoms 8.tat.;Aprit..
bot and : wbo'w;.* aocoa panted,b, her father, the;amduat' annual Income'you;wislfU. m
time had been a-,1fl1n .for preparatlon was joined"by her maid,of honor, Miss are'm1 former-- oo-workers-Hiome' of indicate that tonio Is 'needed that willcreate secur*'for>nir MlI 7tlflKIMMSB. ,.,,':1)) .li't.ottlUA. 'v

'came the storm and blindingsheets Berths Johnson and bridesmaids them as.tudent.rand l' slso''rejQioein a healthy. appetite, make digestion twenty' year. bsaotKacsau '. "

of rajn. Helen Car.on.Virginia. Parker their pronounced success. perfect-regulate1. too. bowels ..nd ,yid give. fists oI Boni hiitbrl.l .,''f ... ..... . ... -J2

The cyclone.was* terrlflo\ to its fury Albert Hlnton; "'PM..mle e None the less and'wltti: equal fervor impart natural. activity to the liver. .;;, ,

It swept. railroad'car'from' track. flicks Who Vere attired in beautiful do I oengratulate the'people, 'of, Kls- I This, Heblne will do; ,lti: is 'a-tonic, WL.villhlorlto; ; : r

_Dd carried:them..out'of.'sight .In. ,the pink costumes. The -procession;, WM *lmmee and.Osoeola county. U'p D,1the. ,Jaxatlve, and .restorative.' ;H. J. Free; ''Cedar/William >and. 'LibertT8ts ," ';1'11.. :

air. then 'formed and: .as the 'Wedding splendid institution their enterprisehas : gard, l Propr;, 'Grand 'ViewHotel, New Yf'rkL N.. 'Y., '

Vast pieces of,machinery! weighing March, pl"1ed)1 Mr: Van Duitor erected. and which their 'liberality Cheney,Kan, 'writes! ".I.' .have used CECIL-WILWOX, ManagerJacksonville .. 8',>.RP J<'. E'', R8AMD

tuna, are missing, ,Buildings were. and Mrs. Bullock on 'the organ au" and public' spirit '10 'nnstintlnglymahitains. I;erblne nor thelastUyears, and noth- M'TILLEU- .-. ,: Agent...Klsslmmee. Fa ria.P. ? . ''t _

'8 wept ,air as- though they YiClllo 'respectively, pealed forth its. I know'01 '.'community bag/ on earthrcan beat It. 15 was recommended .. '

'were sheets of paper sweet strains'the, sphere Messrs. B. the size of Klsslmmee which takes sb to me by Dr. ewtoD.. Newton . . O..TMOMA80N.. I'kT.l >-U.. ..".. a.rsM.AU "R)!!,,,A.L;( 'E.STrA :T: Et ?

Tkie worst loss of life I. at the big Burro !gSs- nd-jr.'VM; Wood- .flung! much interest and pride1 In'its school. Kan.:"''.boo() at all'Druggists., C4LL A..w'aeae.Nldea'Pa..33 ,

:cotton mill at 'New Holland, which, wide the doors"and the bride leaningon -; -But I must desist. Being. one, of "Mr. Donega'n: of 'KIstimmee'drove' K .'' 1.e'flt.a.dt: .. )[. .. 1;=:icE1: r

with three hundred operatives at work- on \ arm of her'''.father, resplendant the. Ir&t ,-Iknow', by sad expeilenoe : > four blooded.bulls through our" town >a8iM>rn. FLA.- ........ .

'-wererowegt down' by the wind. The in her rld.ll'Obe. and, Yell marched an editor,cannot publUhlengthycommunication last Tuesday-' his'way td the'siook r. . ;*. Hi
.lead there are covered under, tons' orwreckage. slowly d wn'the aisle, .lId'P&II ted before *, however- much he '
I ,:' Not .less than'.JOO are .dead the altar. Here they weep joined( might (sometimes) like to do so*' farm near Plymouth, thl county Mr. ; "" :

.t the site of these mills 'alone.' by the groom, and his' brother, Mr.. With greetings4o'. 'Klralmmeelt.citizens .';,( Doneganwld. It;. is sthatthesebeasts'were1125eacli. only.a matter of time, 'f' TRESS' loI.tD; r.. :tm T 1i{.

The "l living Inhabitant* la a jit.ate Oscar Rodgers, Jacksonville., ; are all my friend*) and .pe- when Florida .will, be ''supplying the ,
of distraction and concerted action for of clally to my former pupils God bless .,. i .
The beautiful marriage ceremony : markets with the finest of beef.-Ptoe . .-: ,.... : .. '...!,J.
the .and the re them one- and to ; formercoworkerv ..! t
the relief of injured 'Episcopal ritual was lmpre- every my Catle. Cor. Orlando.Record. .... : *
the bodies'of the dead ,!. Sincerely, . ..' : - 't----- qp! '
covery-of Iveiy read ,by Bishop Wm. Crane .1 - .,, j.-- r.I W rl
impossible i Gray while the soft.;:>weet; strain of F. B. SHIP?. The H.jpl..t' Woman "

Five bricks\ building on. Main streetwereblown'down. the organ and violin floated' 'over and '.:P;S. 'Congratulations to ,you and Is- the hard working one;-The best'.. .- mlnl.t; FLKE:JI TiWimi; JiJI'Y:;;* !
In buildings. Mr. Harris the. evident' pro.perIt1 '
thesej mingled with his, word, which were! upon* isf action comes of service performed '-,,f> f ,
tare located the principal stores of the fraught with"so much meaning to the oTih..V, O. Although yon Mr. Only DeOe.-ar1 to keep the bowels ?
town. From the wreckage of these couple before him.. 'The Editor, ''succeeded' la the editorial -- ,
happy young regular and the active. There's r
buildings, 18 dead +-bodies 'have, thus solemn ceremony ended and the1'I final chair qne'of the most brilliant men in nothing like Dr..organs King'. New Life Pill : mm. :; d
Florldfk journalljM ,, ably and I .
"far been r removed. - *-r benediction. pronounced the process'arched quite <<.
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for that."They; render"service gently, .. _
TO add to the horror Ofthe o.t...- log! was again formed. and am led to bellev :'.quite .acceptably, yet thoroughly.. 25o, at ..OsceolaPharmacy. : If.. .. __ ,
Are broke ;out (In a mass of are "fllltng hi* hoes." F. B. S. .. i 'it ,
phe, up the aisle, the bride now- leaning' on you ,; ,LOiLY POPSICECREAM. , :

j -wreckage' in the residence portion of of her proud and exultant Tax on B blea. --- I : .. .., :. <'OO y. ; .
the town, and the lire department was all eyes.. > .r ? "*'
i bridegroom, the cynosure' ', .
t .
Extreme hot weather!' Is a great tax '. .. 5
unable to render aid as the water aup Pretty little Miss Muriel Rose liter .: Ana'a'lf ia'"' ; "
the digestive of.'babies; / ,' --f' , ,e :
upon power .w ., ; ,".. '7'I ;;
ply was cut off and all the firefighting'apparatus of the bride acted a* flower -girl, and '", I'' 1 .. II' '1. '
[ EQwanseet9 -I yS" I !
should be i : III 4duI.
when puny .nlleeblehe1 1 ; . ': ..if "
burled in the ruins of the la her beautiful pink costume added : .,f' / :0'U., ". ..r / ( ., ,'
given a few doses of White' CreamVermifuge K
engine house. : : n largely to the pomp and splendor of.' 'tbe ,oblld"'D"' tonic. It 'W 1i sat trAr 1f.! ailiri.t iiriiilif 'I"i :
Fifteen minutes after the- tornado :you ot,,: 1j'?';:' ',,': ', ': r\\; ..' .. 1J""rt i'r\ -. :!.t\i; $ 1 I: W..t'J'l'
the occasion. will stimulate and faciliate the dige.- Having located permanently;, ' ... ,, :'iIo" [ :had passed, the sun again blazed outlightly" .. :After the ceremony the bridal party. I .H' /
if in of the Lion of their food solhat they become }In. ..A'pariorfoir the'ladIos.:ha ;peen '8peoi i.ny. pre ar*d.., M,,
as mockery and immediate friends tendered -
a few were strong, healthy and active.,. ttoo at ..11Drllgg'ltI. will'.find it'a pleasant place ,to atop while put.eh6pt>irie.:, :- '
scene* of death and destruction which a reception at the hospitable -.'. Will lake.Pupils for 'the . ; ." : ... ,- .. -- 1
|came to view with the return ,of day, .home of Ca t. and Mrs. Clay ;>Johnson ,I 1 : :. : ((1" . ". : : .y '. ",

light. ? t" ;vuncle." and aunt Of for bride, Some Theon That HavvBxpioded.' Piano Forte. ,Dont! Take (Word r.J lt,,. but Cow '.i f"ft.X; s11 '

;'The houses left* standing Were converted whew congratulation' were extendedto ''TheTimea-Union In:it recent editorii "Terms $$.00 Per Month. I/ ,., . ,. i" _'- /. .

I Into morgue* andhoapitsls and the happy couple aDd light_ refreshments . ii calls attention to'some theories believed """ i ---- .. .- -- 1 n"t

excited people are going from one, to 'were served. in regard to possibilities e -..... ..
years ago ,
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'' Local forRoberts. .
Che other seeking the' boelle.. of 'their The groom 1" a rising youDledU. In certain .lines in:Florida: agent .' &1. .' '. l J...

)loved ODe. 1 cator,' being: the1' principal of the Their,utter abe\& lt1' IoI they appear & ; O'J : ..'It' ,

Several doctors from' ..neighboring Brooksvllle High School; ;and Is said bow'since thousand of practical demowtratims Sherman, #.Q': (ariattGi . A"

cities, arrived':on;; special) trains. to be unusually' talented, of exemplary, *' have 'proved'their falsity dealers In standard make. ,. 'l . ....- ,I' ':.1' ,
:*nd are working with tnjureb.r ... habits and well worthy the matrimonial . of'I
amuses '' Yet to_toe thoughtul, may piano and organs. A .ample,
A special train from Altanta. brought' prize he hak'won'. the thought not oooour that perhaps I of the iPvaln* t
r 'twenty doctors and four nurses and a :The bride also Is a teacher of high there theories that be'

large number of citizens to aid in $the attainments ''and 'a young, lady of Ire when:yet it come*'to', lhateat.i; may exploded In- Celebrated ':Kimball I Piano &r ..'.>.'- ......, ..... ........- H .' ', :

work.of rescue and medical treatment; whom Klsslmmee i* Justlyproud.. She '
the few 'possibilitieshave .
past 'years Dew -
The relief ,crop. is busily making a taught/ In the Osoeola High School:: for been'.continually'appearing in is slmmee now exhibition. 'at' Kiss .. "; ffflitecd. ': f, '
Drug Co. Call and inspect WPI* .. '
lists pf the essualtteel, bul'the'lta.k: : I.exceedingly several terma;'b t for-the past year Florida. for profit to' the one who was it. Headquarters, at the, ; ""' U'" _

difficult as most of, the has.held an Important petition; In the ready for them. and it can hardly the .Graves ,P..O.. bpx S03. I W. '8tb f-pi

dead .fcre,covered.wl b the wrecks1'* "' of East Florida Seminary, which she has supposed'the end has''come ,)'et.. The , ;RO' Q :' \7t; _
their home* or place* of bus tne.i. Kf filled acceptably to the managementof following are 'some',of the "Florida . \ :#

The Altanta officials, who have taken -, hst lnstitutlon.nd.with, credit! to Superstitions.. of the;:past. which the ;>> >> -Nfil. .. _
'' ? ; 1>>1>>;>. > ;>>. <<4 I ;
; charge the relief, work ;)ald'to herself. ] \ 'Sale' '
fc rime-Union mention y rP :. :"b ".. .
t night that no statement of the dead The happy young couple left;-on ,she Vln'the elghtle a'i''& eDe..,..,' San. BEFORE \ _

uld be. given out before morning midnight train for Coronado .beaeb Mateo, in Putnamcounty;'had the reputation'otbeing .i:- '
.Hasa. ; Curedhon.and._...: .< Will where" they' "will" spend their- honey ,a magician because W, ..B,. C fc-- 1oe1.1e1'i'1 _

Cure You.'It .'. ..' moon. he-:sold "fresh Florida celery f.. to t.heLarkID"Bou.elo :SHOPPING, .... .. : : .'. ' I. _
Palatka. He failed ;I.'h .,. o'General tJ! '
are troubled with kidney or Constipated Bowels* Put .:.. ( .. 'I,'" \i
;you 'aDd then In' for ourname- on \ .' : I ..",1'j, :; r.t ::> .... '
I bladder troubles, such a's+ dropsyBrightt. ,To:have good health, .the' body one .auoD. 'pu" pipes .;your. list for v. i- I
I *I. disease catarrh : should laxative condition irrigation.: ,He failed the nex}season, : Jardw'ara'
gravel, ,of be kept In .* Sporting
Ithe bladder, albumen'la'urine and, un "Dei'b bowels moved at ,least'once abre saw anot.ber.fa; after that; .he'qulle 'Toilet Soap.'' ,......,. .. .,. ;

i ttaltky.deposits. 'or too",requeut dls day* so that'..U poisonou*.waste* money: rrithout'a break maid.for hli. :Bre.aaCraae P.rte.I.e "J" ,GOOdS. ,' I(; : "".' :'.> <->

Rnarge of the urine allf.D the back expelled dally Mr. 0."L.. .Jklward place and made an praoge'grove. off I r.., . ' .. ,. . . ,",, , ..fy, .

I and,bladder,' dropsical welling of the 143 N. ,Main St., Wlchlts, 'Kansas, isle. .celery-plot.:, v:, i : "til!, 60Nti JBtoWe I G - -
1 barb
In t.he seventies. it current belief i //G ) on wlreaadnaIisbetorcbeU1H! ) Mwhira', I
I feet and leg eta, eta, we guaranteedthat write*:] "I have used' Herblne' to that 'orange was a'' .have Ome.; j prices. J J ) ,$
b7 ullnA" Smith's ''Sure, KidneyKure regulate the liver,and :bowels. for the ; growing 1 was only j : 'andlow -
t..fe" the Si. Joht and''thsoa. surprise in high"qualttv
between *
a complet.e'eure will be effected. P..t.t.eD. year; and found It. a'eliableremedy \ j price-; ..neloq .bould.,, ,DO' - ,'
Pf Price 50 cent and '91.00..' 'For salewy .,," boo at; All: Druggists,, The Iwa. often repeated' I :miss them. ,

y | Oscebla'Pharmacy' 1 ) and every failure' outside thellmU' was j ; ihe...",. i> 4- :: c..,:", t.!,: :.. .c, :;i: ": .
went1.tWO per cen'oof the inen- who held to be a proof, that ,the rule .held Just-now ; ; "
I Jtfany.; )ives are lost each ae". D. In enlisted in the army'for'the .Jwar: with| .good. But that-was exploded, ''too.< j ,i lion perfume at our'store, ,; 'In.our. .'"f"latest,.i ii ". BABY' lA'C\:

hallow as wells. deep water;'through Spain 'have, applied for' .pensions.. "Once it was held that a, cow or':,abor'se f I ; I ai

drowning, evenexpert.wimmers being Tho.e-'oalllnt'.t.herplelve. '"Invalid of ooc1''blood must :'-die 'earlyin J :3 '&&bNOQ.R6SE ; ',' (- .. ." .! .'. ....,. \ .
, [frequently attacked by'"cramps.V-The Florida. So with blooded chickens. J atomissrfull: .Tlh ,B.rt :.sprln.t.n ;tr'irnr' ,.
? are 57,046 ln'lIuuaber" l while '6,3(0 .There Is .
an : of it* ] iI ,llt dlelza.:Fgsv tRaLis Citilds'.n; ; { ''tI
methods .by which animation:maybe 4Wldow M! are also cUmoring for There are farmers yet'who: firmly believe ;upon our oounter,'and we ,want.' ...< ", '\\1:, -. .51 ... ,,. j.'Un, ",*"- ,*" I reltoredthe( old supposition that there pentlon.. There have been 0,881 ", in that, "I '8t-,,*' ;wllj\ "eatlup''asmany > "you to ten it* fragrance dellcacy ',_ : bring p've dangers to and'el' :
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Is water in the lungs being no' longer valid"; and, 3,189 :!' Widowclaim. chicken, as' they ,provide,,' aad ,' ,and; permanence.. ? : one die of bowel troubles = o bi =. .. '
held), i decrlbed with"Illustration. .; 'forneglecting ; unripe. fralts.TefietabUs. etc. "-Serious results of tenfollow a
; have been rejected.Ex. they make their. faith an .excuse 1 'it cost 75" cent per'oub e. Int rrw-r
Ita."Accidents," one of:tbV eerles'''of .' t. ;" nIndustry\ that 'should> ';>t handsome' bottle ,which'will : ..demagemelt'effective pod best< the mectleinv digestive for ortant..all Btotnaeh:' Baby JEase and is bowel the till.troubMoof..MO** ,

[medical handbook 'being.Issued 1)7 .Driven. to D..p.rstlon.= bring good 'return*.; For. .those'<'whq please. you every.time'' "' ;yon looktiu. ,,' babies and hIMrcn.Xj:\ riaawrt.. to taater-chlldren lik: .It* '';'.',

LThe Mutual ''Ule. Insurance Company. 'LlTIDt f at an due of the; yea only ask for.'excuse* no correction'willvail j . _/ ";irOoo< .?;?,*, \ :: 5 h(. 'J' .
KfNew.Yorkv' to .who It,will address be'' sent. the.on Home request remote ,from civilization, a- family is ; for those whose only*in i* e oed -Our f ancy Vperf ume atomizers' 25r CENTS, FOR':. LARGE ;BO'TTLC:!
any .: ,
often driven to desperation case of .lei desire to ssy'that the success : ranger la price from boo. "to $1.00.. ; I : < .
lfifoe'of uUt7. diuggisE b;s't $ e"manufaelisierj: a
the York bl.
yew Cjlty its''wrlta t
Company. t'1' l
accident resulting1n Burns Cuts| : Everyone a beauty. 'Itoei, : . ., ," .
rests man ;, .
failure witt4the; and not '
or '' .
? a. .' ' '
I. According U thei Fort Ue... 'Press. Wound Ulcers, etc.:Lay id a supplj with.the,,climate,:or,:.oll, ',.xoep' a* > -' r : -; T.7"JC'AItSMACON.< 'J.1I,;

870 head of.oat.t&e'.n. ( shipped''from of 'Bucltlen's'Arnlor\ Baive' "tt'theon these"glvej)better'op'pbrtumltles. In ;,THE,'OScibLAVHARMACY-/ f1;' Alb obo>wlt'i' Jlrf6Jr.'rGOLfJi.tAI.JfG..A., .: ii'4''t,' : '
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cotrlcts-tliemselves. rrlsonert' who.
1 convict, anA ,..1It1.1I. toil tt. that they refractory In prison are birched."
were armed with guns' more pnrtlou": are eomethtig.lhlalualshmcat Is ,given;

Lost, Hair tare he would not divulge: teeclntf us b'uC other reason than hot the chief I
to no
till 'wnpersnaded be l lftdtf'dII" his of the prison of whom ft would, '!>..'kdilflcult ''
'' v ,. Ja statement by telling. how' the Post to say nnytlilng too bad, hapgt
rr: -
which I have seen leaving!
V Mf hair came out by the band. twelve mile distant carrying .
:- : :: ful, and the gray hair began to V' beside the- driver one Mrntni o( lrlel l and
I 1 ,creep in. I tried Ayer'soH air Vigor, two IIOldltrs: with bn rl unets'Used: wiis

\ ,and it stopped the hair' from coming held wp ton! Ibis-road n, Co'" F 11111(" hat
out restored the color.Mrs. -*
1 1 .M. D.Gray, No.Salem Mass.There's .- of AJfxandrovfck So 'we :.deteruimod.
N's to take out ch/mws of the rWns

and 'try Thf lM'arhuute, thousli: \ we 4'
a pleasure in bad Just, hoard that, the youth who livid_ 4I

A .Air jmoney [winning! booki offering such. a preparation with us at Alexnmlrovnk had IHH-IUUHP, '

? written by men .who know tell as Ayer's Hair Vigor.It dcrcd on tine BuPII$, for Uio, cake l of the'

r you all about ,( gun lie ('n rl'I""L'""
1 gives to all who it
use I-It
ti & \Ve started I in ilnrkitcsatrittl! : n"),hl1*

Pot sh such satisfaction. The tern for, that ""0"111111" jrenrtcrvd.\ i
hair becomes. thicker The author Is one of the only, two or three Uugllsltnten wbo have ever. a matlt..oud tile wretched ti-U-sn nuneiLHong :z y 1.y ,
: visited the Hussion prison-Island of Sakhalin, whlru numbers no fewer" than "lInll". l'n"e Hat- biicU ; '
at A.
They ar. needed by every man longer, softer, and more, / eight I thousand murderers sinal 'pulatl / syId
who bead and aDd among 1111. ) r ll! air., llawes paints 10' l'8ck. revolvers and dagger*, handyIn y A
owns a a pbw i
.ill 'who desire tfJ get tb. llloat out glossy. .And you feel so a of most despair Impressive and, desolation picture of J the terrible-life' led by couvlcts la this grim land our belt and loaded rides' 'In ttntiA..We / n

oftheor.f secure l iq using such an ' ,' / rv r had Instruction f rout J he polio
TIae7ftw., S.a4 pt.W card, old and reliable G an me 'peual Si'tlleunents way to of my"l.flo! detention to tire If..we should see any moving 1 '

t,': IEALI....eas Tare preparation In. Siberia/ the: Island of to watch. the-batches of
f|:.. I....... AH .nul..... I 0 Snkballu has tbe worst lug Once lot from Siberia bad trampedthe out-though we could Imagines :great
'reputation. This Is" not two;>> thousand and .seventy-live d"IIIwe. poprcd.lnto: the lark! forest -
Mad If your ni ono dranrlM dollar and armor w. win snpply zprMyou you, surprising''when we remember miles I from Nertcbensk Nlkolaevrk. on our way to the leach AVc' hRd l Vt.Jwr

Life's problem a ....""... IK ban and CIv* )its great; distance wltb an occasional lift from,a steamer, dragged on at this miserable. pncr for I } ,

Marlon, had reached the age when at Tool ManMI J.( ..LEB On.silica..Lowell,=:. from It the central administration unil null the Journey had occupied them about<< a mile'nnd a hnlf. longing! to.Vr n y : ,p ;rk
the problems of life .assume interest- that la the prison-Island to which nil three months. 1 -- troika with Its galloping steeds ten I

'.' tag proportion.. ,.. the worst criminals are sent. There I know what'' It Is to have had to sutideulytlte storm burst upon us. To

1 was born In 'Washington. D. Cgrandmother. JUSTIFIABLE!: HATRED., are probably not 'a dozen tree-born Individuals struggle for a bare bench In a fourth- keep our guns dry and be remix/1" .

Where were you born?" "Why does Mrs DInsmore hate Mr. outside+ oflbe convicts, ex- class Russian railway' carriage whereoiito an attack was Impossible, and I cnii' ;|

1 ah* asked 'resently.; Templeton so relentlessly. asked Ho- convicts the their wires and ('blldr D. Jiud sit and,try to sleep at night, and fees I was not sorry to be compelled ; ,,
"Way out la Kansas oaawered Ute :ack.:: -' and native tribes. On _. ...... ..... i I +
January 1. 1808, there the ,
were on ,
old lady? '*' \'He' once alluded to her'as a well. island 22.107-conrlcts and exconvicts.Of I . -- T

Orleans" preserved woman" ;and someone reported these 7080 were engaged In bard CBILI, TkB KXJtCCTlOXB: &.- ":ZTI , rasa
It to her. replied Tomdlck.j -Detroit .
labor and of this number alone no T1IBJU1JL&: 1.J&T.y-
_ Dearer. Do you know,"reflecUTeljr. .Free Press.Justly. fewer than 2830 were convicted of ....:- "

--"It- seems to me people are'liable to murder so that out-of tbe-total numberof pens tebe In a fit of Ill-humor '' .

',. born most any place"-Map Lipplncott's IndCgnant. conrlptj and ex-contlot a moderate a ,The house had been full of auntie. estimate would 'OOO murderers
hagasine.l-, .' !, give as pie request. My own interpreter him..
'come to spend the holidays, and the coif .a. ,uuin of refill (old we that la M
,A THEORT.. __ fiby's" six lear- )d brother. was beard Of the 2830 murderers tbo large proportion fttianioa-wttb all the rest of the con-
P ''"Wbo'originated the remark. "*tt Is one morning conflnddg! his woe to his of 034& were wow..a. Perhapsthis riots<< cud political wilts ne\ paid tribute

always. the unexpected that happens' father. - -. Is to be explained by the brutality g money l la the shape of food to |lixerulloner .

"I....don't'knbw/'sald; the' melancholy: ',.'S.,.. papa. do you know 1'1'. bad td of drink husbands tinder: the Influence of r ; .- no tlia'. .U and passion, for of throe -
i eTernment attacb.: "but I suspect sleep a whole week In room just'full women had stabbed many : >-;> er." the; \lend should lie brought
or poisoned their
he* workedtnfthiwednegJbureau'r' . / of' women--Upplncott's .Magaxine I..not surprising down on I the i.ntlerld of the!' hoard
:] Star nod not ou hU loUr luxly Corporal
r ., therefore,, that Sakhalin is a name not F
111I1111"hO""t for women Im*,IM-PU dune
'- aWiLL1NG.. to be mentioned in St. Petersburg1. To ,
111\\111' with l It y In"1'.1. Ituxnln. but
x. JL.BCUAN IATCR8- xHIB'T.' "What will happen when one man do so Is a greater faux pan than to two
of last women
,,_JcAason-rThere goes a queer pair controls All the money la the ,,"orld r talk of Itotany Bay In Sydney. But ''hi February blrrh-rod year iwere
w ltd : dipped1n
g; .C brothers. asked the apprehensive theorist bad -as things were! reported to be. I

M" 77tompeon-.Tee.; tone .oi: them "I'm' surn. I don't know." answeredthe was fully aware tlmtjrroat strides had ,- .. .-.. e a7r e a: s a for brine,iffiifliU, nnd nftorvnrda to olioy their put! vlllitlnou lit chains

fever knows; anything and t.\e other bustling capitalist: "but I'm will !been made In I lie- reform of prisons 4 .a =World Wide Mncnzln.
_. always knows It alL-Detroit\ Free Ing to do my beet to find out."- and prison management since the time
' r ....... Washington Star. when Mr.\ George Kennan visited them' -- i

," on thti mala1,nd In 188.>, but I thoughtIt
'i .
I i r?< t+ -- -r. eitremely.probable Mint the footsteps -
"of reform bad lagged behind the

farther east one tracked them and
that on Sakhalin-if on --vould only I Gruesome' Memorlali TEst'Tiot New ,

_ Iy get there-tbe condition of affair Mexican Plains i

would reflect the state of things that It la one of the charms i of travel lathe
existed oa tbe mainland ten 1'ar..ajto. of-the-wny' districts of tbe

,>. A lid so I found It. No Englishman United: .'tntts\ to encounter' picturesque- i

lYD1ACP1i with ,thcrxceptlaue. de \'a' cuatuuts'mdrenmt of in I the philosophyof

who paid a flying visit .... tbe Island till vell-iwpulnted r.'lfl..u"l tributaryto

VEG TA LE In ISM\. when: his sh.lp called, had visited the great cities of the North and

OMPd the prisons, and none bad ever liar I'nrtU-tilnrly" rlili lu tliiceijuolntways
INI enetrated )Into the far interior.After .
r Is the Stiiitlim-estern country, of
sundry adventure and many t A t few1 .
which \h'xlJ"jl.lllt': geographical
difficulties succeeded _
t-ciitrc nnd vililtli drn".11 trattUlg'u'. .
getting away from Nlkolnevsk. whichIs
from old! 8inln.
situated on the mainland near tbe
.i mouth of the River Amur, to the Island. \Dlong the peculiar custom of that
ff. At the' very last moment I wn territory Is the practice of pluntliigjTo < Y
pacingthe ;;
I- ; I I deck of a tramp steamer' which *..-. ou spots where murders have
stood In about "the f teen -ontiu.ltte Not Inftcquently" as
', two miles from _
.rut, shore and tbe captain Was signalling one ride across. sonic lonely p.laln) bare'of ,

again and again. He despaired of vegetation me. for the ubiquitous.jaci'UiiHli

xt4L! - -. c being able to land me though lie go dnaturedly and sreniiewoxl. or throughsome
!I '. ) - wild 11'111I In the lilll made wilder
delayed, and at length a tiny I.' On of the ,.Native TrKk_ 2. The Ixet'n.' ... 3.
taco used; for dragging lighters loaded a.1 still by the desolate! rnlus of an abnndoii'tl -

f1t: with convicts, put out and to my curt victs CH .lne.-to_-Waelkrrows.. iJolxi hut or two mhllh... cncTUI. -

ijZiW4 prUe I was allowed to beard III: bet bo Such crosses' are met with Using
., I sooner had I ascended the atepe of the this was my home.1 for, a couple of 10 take refuge In {,the but. of,1 O'D\"I't.
weeks through a frozen Country. But which the bowling of
I Wooden jetty than a military officer dogs announcedto
and what was this to tbe lot stepped forward demanded
my -
I 4 7/l .l7'.l al business. To him-I made repyJa-rbe! convicts who' ; hungry and weary after It I is almost Impossible for these
A long do1' march failed In wild "brodyngaV
scantiest of Russian that I-had a letter ipasstmrtle vagatioiulm
I' .; : scramble obtain of the miserable
to one
iJ, introduction to an ex-convict merchant to;>> get away from the- Island., Front 1.r
.! plank resting plnces allotted them
Ills, was" a strange: and lad.tort' the!' pr!ofi they e, onpe Into the forest,
r4' ,
,... rc/ nod bad to lie the floor. Kn
., on filthy and In
In there
,. ."" for early days he had been summer they manage to s
$ : ,;".., 'heir to large estate, through which here I a stronger neighbor often crushed exist on bUberrles cranberries muiih- .

: 1t the traveler from Berlin to St. Petersburg them, for tbe roost briiTot tongue the room and roots, and add to tbe little
r"f hardest flst, 1o; (_Jhe. best place<< and .
The only I given them
.r'ru f patwea. answer retetred IImld- Weak'went by comrade, whose sen
the and to the wall
'' was that the ex-convict merChant tencenave ..spll'by waylaying
..,l J .. 'was now at"the coal mines-and or the floor. Such Is tbe descriptionwe pasnerby. But when winter route r. y.mbY
<< have heard tile Is it .
>' ; J .would past. true
J not return for another twentyfour i ou. wit ft its seven feet of snow and
-w Cr\:{ ..v.\Die UBS. PnrknAH r*-if is with thankfulness I write that LydT hours, and that I roust remain -espertt'Dt'e-'t'IIl to-day In the! main" -no; but In pry ''a temperature occasionally touching

'Jr. H> J taknam's i Vegetable Compound bite. been of the greatest help tome. there custody. I looked around tbe Itusslan convicts are dressed In unbleached i forty dearer tFahr) below'Zt'ro.. withno
.I.. ",':* t ify work keeps me standing on my feet all day and the hours are log-built room and thought: I bad slept cotton shirts aud trousers. foot to be obtained nod rags for Ii CfostwL )

{ lBB4 omemonths ago It didn't seem as though I could-stand it. I bn much worse places than that; then wUn. socks-or pieces of cloth wound ,clothing, they find their way back to a
)j 1(1 'i' woill get so dreadfully tired and my back ached so wanted to scream 1'I went to jibe door but was stopped around their legs fashion and the prison. After giving theuixeUus up
puttee, -
: 01-- 5 wfctsrthe' pain. When I gob.home'at night I was-so worn out I had, to b t y a sentry, of whom however. I demanded shoes; Over all/ they wear the "klm- .here they are flogged with the"'cruel 'out of small plies-of stones. They are

: 'fcrvht to bed and I was terribly blue and downhearted.. .1 was irregutK my baggage./ From the win- lat." or long, nliter-llke frieze. All are ""plet. and received back again with ,
. .\ .*iu the 110'" was. pcnnt ,and i wasjpale and had no appetite.. I told dow I could see my ship.preparing to in chains. One degrading form of pun. an addHlenal sentence. ion of any sort and often being taken'
,,." '"l."am friend who Wrm*taktag.your medicme bow Self and'ahe said I leave, and In this lay mjr great hope; Isbment. that of chaining tbe convictto i The photograph shows the Instruments to the church, by the relative and''
: ii/ take it too. So I bottle of Plnltham's" Y. for although. the authorities might lock:: rf the.executioner-tbe '
,*s oofs* to : got a Lydia *e- .a wheelbarrow "wbleh-buitevfr detached I "kobllo." friend of the murdered man and
saM* Compound and commenced to take it. It helped me right off. me cap they would not Iw'able to s*>ndme either by day or night: has been or J beach.. on wblch the convict Js blessed by the priest, are set up upon
Aunt the first fow doses menstruation started andwas fuller thanfor.o.wtt away for some tlmevHere strapped:; the birch-rods, which 'a.e- '
'. '. abolished on the mainland; but on Sato tbe scene of the murder, there to remain -, '' },
\ n*. It seemed to lift a load off: me. My back stopped achin?and I was a prisoner but how en- balm to-day there are still two men dipped 1n hot brine, and the heavy, a continuing memorial of the u....' : .

P' I fel| brighter than I had for months. I took three' bottles In all. Now who are undergoing this' miserable three-thonged' "plet. with leaded ends. holy deed and a mute appeal to' all

1 bare ai> ache or pain'and I go out after work and hare a good pnnisbment. These are tbe Instruments In use at 1 pious passersby to contribute a pr.TerIt;
,' sjma I anvreeular'aod'stronirvid-am thankful to'you for,the change.. Rlkovnk Prison.
for the
i, rs. Title form of punishment the omclalasay. unshrlveu i soul that Las gonebeyond
.. amend lptnkham's Vegetable CompoUDd .heD-\ An.tber photograph shows fI
Lydia of t is necessary to keep them from tbe pub '
f.-6.; :Insri of a girl suffering; for I,know how hard it is to work when escaping The clean shaving of half lie executioner: at Alexandrotsk UoHnsky -I'',

"Ma feel so side!?-Miss'MA to.Kxnuts, 655 Mh'Ave, New York-Qty.A .. then head is alto intended to render 'by name. The- -''P8lltcb." or Yon cnn't liquidate "
f:1:! Women should not fall to profit by the oxperl aoea"of theso'ant escape more difficult and identification I execatloner, Is chosen from among the compliments Alebt by paying. ;ij

!3 ... JustAS., surelz.sts they .\rere cured of tile troubles ennst -. easier CJ'
OX ___... fMthe4> letter*,,jost so-oexXaUOy will Lydia E;: ;mnkluua'a. Only one handled out of the six hundred {f']

V.._ .,hI. Compound care others who suffer from womb trop, : convicts Itti t.llt worst prison were CITY KITCHEN IN CHRISTIANIA. %
Inft.-WU\t1on:of the ovaries; kidney troubles.'Irregular' said _: .. :
; .: [y I 1lie.II being sent out to do bard labor In the :
H _, tsstatal menstruation nervous exettabUlty. and nerrons prostrsvt. .
mines ,or roadVniflklng; It was not surprising -
_ tl remember that It Is *, rinkbam's Vegetable Com.
_. therefore* that tbe dreadful
'..f'p.....gpai ,ctutag'women, do |}t' ',allow. ,any' OmccU: ,tin . ennui drove some of the remainder Into-

:t :!t ,MIl you anv4Akag 1 1se ita plaoe. .. j' f i risking attempts at night. The Bight to
13li AtwaUor.'MUuW *:
1.adoritld" -T..retterson.iBoi choose for ancape was when a storm
'._ ; -, b.. ,.,,,,\, o' .Dci. -Has.'PunmAjt-I hope that yon1rill : was raging. It was on one sortk night -
... ,
c '. I "- "\ publish this testimonial ro that it mar ? of my stay. that six In tbe Alexan-

; & 1F reach others and let'.them..know: about jour. drov *VTetrag> Prison, undercover of c\t\

L 'wonderful,med1 ln ", i : the darkness and the bowling storm.lase .
). . > "..:;Before" taking' ,Lydia ,E..' 1's !! IL ed the top of the twenty-foet I ,t i

k": ';;;... f :VecetaWa..eompomad I'Tras" troubled ;with tockade and clambering over' dropped

I ,' the wont. kind of fainting spells. ,The blood down 'and s.Dccefuly evaded' ; the i
would,rush'to ray'head was 'veep persons and petrols. The storm that night'diet us 'l

"" ''always felt tiredhnd dark circles arotmd eye s. M good a tnrnas' It did the convicts, F'

V. !Alt l have now*taken several bottles of'' --c a' _". fer returning from a seven hundred -
'Lydia: E. PInk"t.m"i Vegetable ConV mtt" J
-- :pound. and am entirely enred. l Iud taken; 'law LOJlrO-a&X'I&lCC. courier.. dttff-ont mace, we (my,Interpreter anti
doctors medicine for,many years but it did. -- .... I) bad entered on our last stage which :

me no good. .Tlabltrw" .s my lot to tbat of those who toot us through the forest Into which .
., -Please accept mr thanks for this moot bad to spend, the remainder of their these six convicts hud plunged. There C:

U; U II, IIi%: excellent medicine which i* able ,to restore lives on the Island. Aa I stood looking were two. roads before ..., one traversing

i.( r. health to suffering women.": out to sea the san 'waa setting behind tW-,Xprest:: and the other -being

: 'No other female ,medlclno In the world, hasgacLawtgespXeQand : a'flery-ted cloud-bank. :To me it pk.taredtbep.ssionate merely the Mild,. beach., The latter r dt' tI-
'""IuallAed"eDdonemeaC. : xio: longlcj;'of thoseexiles' was Impassable at high tide had had

't .w'1 !Ieh a record of 'eare"of"female troubles. whose eyes were straining everwestward this adyaDta ,-tbat"Otie-bad only to One of the beat lUae'lclpal

. .women w10 ..refuseto .aoeept aa 'thing else, are. re.a to the land :1 the the )land et friends fiDe": year
homestead and
Inhuman assailant
want on side. poise
; >.dred fla.1UaDd..ttmea. for they fret what they An DO less that J.G2CJ.1Omea'l tart six moetbtt'ot I aoo:.
.. loved so long left behind.. we.rTed the ''
here. Reltyre.a1Ls34bstltutaLl ones ago exeou..110 bad glvea. us'hospital eo&4.t six to po 1
a r.wlilht'1U.OOO
--a . .al satabtw .\ Some w eta ..1..1 shared '1I.,Joc- ity< begged'' not to take thl* ,.forestroad. : sndlajadry moat weak n -Tb.renttons baiJdll:' l"'brou l QULjsttf'd; 'Itia'tbe. t'IIlt..ere W
I.t. JD.
'house of, a. omclahenggad oa Nowvof>> } eour.e,, there .la JHo-dAI. maeb1se 1
petty JOdudlbc
a. '
lab .
. .' ... .. rl.aaaw i .was/, mac.-hlot'rT. et OaP'cut ewe ..dl !I.'ftlblnJr m..blae.. t
....II't. .011," .., ,,lLye1.y .',.1OIiI' .. the Jetty?:sad so'was able tt; wend my among tbe. convicts sad exft ... eight D. ,of "ca.., ,
v.r '-1'' ...... 6r .ht. ..."..-"M ""' ....... .., :,: ./ .' > ,." boilers,ere"Qatated, for h '

., ''e a 't"J ,01 -oD Y,.tt )',;.'J .. ... "C.t' ;;;,. .........11. ,1 "'7'fr! h. ?J"'I...".. r.-., ;. .t, !the 1uDAlyef'ltent' ,d,I 4otlwat .: ...
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,DOY8, IN-YRAININO." SERMON: FOR SUNDAY at ChritlL work!;"'suchTemuaaries in the world' and xif Satanare their'influence still -- : ; -'. .surr-souTii: 'CABOLINA': ------. "

----:" ; is'felt ins subtle fashion;.influencing the, DOCTOR= ENS I'" Avery &
.tic.. Youno .Athlete Should Have All hearts of men against pure and )holv bong.In STATE .INSTITUTION.El ; Company

'Around Development.The AN UPUFTINCAND ELOOUENT CIS. very striking terms Jude calls attention -' -' .4 .. t 'r , : ..' ,'.
COURS; FAITH." to instances ia history where' God, 1."oeaol8Ou ToAy1'RY'
first care of the school athietta "j' ENTITLED showed i Hie abhorrence of unfaithfulness. +

trainer should*be to remember t that boU .... mind-carp or the part of rse tthe. Catacr"bbl!; TO lcP.e.rn ....;1 & McMILLAN.,1St .
Tti.....K..driek Verry chews the If_.. those who- were His profsissd followers. Soah Renyth Bt., Atlanta, O.
training; boy,, and that he t.a not, number of the children ! 9
H. refers to the large f A
alty '' .: '
e f: VateMUhlaaTra aplrlasal delivered COD5f essman's.. Letter.; I,i ALt iitMDa ors,
'tu11-ri'awn men under his charge. The of Israel who" having been ?
Ute"a .r_. .. Jr..u.-w'le w. .
growing boy U capable of a great deal B._ V.. Kte al iJf*. from Egypt for their lack'of faith were destroyed ' at
Bop am i
in the wilderness: 'He reminds Dr. :t. F. Ens T,< Postmaster of Colum t' MACHINERYReliable =
.fit work,but this' should not be'lOadetoo'se"ie. New YoRK'Crrr. Roderick TCII'I'TJI..toe them of Sodom and Gomorrha; of Cam bias 8..C.. late Superintendent and Physician " ,

or he will lose the nervous of ,the South Reformed Church of Balaam and of Core in order that they in charge pf Btate Insane. Asylum. at -
force which U1 at the bottom of all sue lagoon""Faith. preached was may be-
c....,JI1..".T' kindd of athletic Theexercise / His. "text chassis God. sets upon adherence and obedience for to :IJIJt's.ding ."._.... "aelJ
from- Tude 2fr and 21i &'-ye,- beloved, the faith- which, lie bn. .given to meat 110"
should be wade as pleasant building up yourselves our most holy the point of the whole epistle lies; in the 'Toeagirt"jertod;dnd trey;Jastttykavteg

a, possible, and the young athlete faith praying ia the Holy Ohost., keep contrast. between those who thus neglectedtheir : -.d ..... .,..._.. Mfnn fie tti1p
should not be allowed to' specialize younehres in the love of God looking for privilege' and duties as children of I ;4w
-M tfllh 0od results,and rpeta tie
the mercy of our-Lord Jesus Christ unto God-who. right yet pursued 1
or at least not In the aims' manner'as eternal life." Dr. Terry said: *" .rilu ,tprueaungt" to God jrACU- tnriw.ti.f../ fc.v. teen

the full-crown athl-: short Kpistle of Jude beyond that which is who not only in outward pcofeeeipn but t
well for the young-athlete to hare his send an 'tnvlfomtlnp temfo* 1 .*" ,y
contained! in Ihe themselves. We in inward service sought to live aa1 be
favorite event and to have' on. In .bow not who be was verses nor where he lived came the children of faith "Building up cAee r/uUy re>a><( tt (. mil per-

which he Is< moat proficient;, but he nor to' whom he wrote nor the circumstances themselves
should also have a certain amount .of call in..T for the writing of the Epistle in the Holy. Ghoat- and thus keeping _ themselves in the love of God looking for
further than the information wegain :
sprinting; distance running, hurdling regarding u its con the mercy. of our lAIrd Jesus Christ unto Hon. C. W. ex-member of Con : '
jumping and especially, exercise In tents. And ineamuchs as this ss well as eternal life." Ol th. numbeK of, these be grew from :North Dakota, in-a letter from 4r/ } pride 'Engines.7'' Boljers.' all" "; f'

spme form, of light gymnastics, suchas the whole;of the revelation, though written preys, "may be those to whom be writes" Washington D. C., says: ,,*Sixes. .Wrisat' Separators. /
originally people at a certain hoping that they. will ace the present misery . "That Peruna ia not only a vigorous, as "
the chest-weights. Indian clubl.'or dime, was Intended 'to be universal in its and'the sure future' punishment aaaO* well a. an effective. tonic, but also a cure
dumbells, This will give him the veope and was applicable to-people of all mated with the course of wickedneas and of catarrh iabeyond controversy.It i. ai.ready

accessary]l reinforcing or auxiliary time, it is not of so much importance to neglect of faith'and on the other band established by its use by-the. thousands
which u. to know precisely for whom the words bleaVedneas now and hereafter of those who hue been benefited by it. I et: t
muscles will later on '
he. need ,
were first intended, as to ascertain tbeir who are not only in name but in deed and cannot too res. my appreciation
when as '.. college man, be makes a applicability to the different period. of the in truth, the children of dod, aDd in order of it. excellencecf W. Butts. )
real specialty otsome.event. By glv church's history and especially tp the time that those who read and that all of every" 1>. H'Uobbine, Muskogee, I.,T., wi lies'. ar
the athlete exercise that in which we live. It'is written a. Jude time whe'hear this epistle may know how "Pernna is tbe beat medicine I.know of
Ing young says, aa a warning to Chrlal.ian.1; that to avoid the dangers against which he for coughs and to strengthen<<; a weak stomach I Pel-aria'etopa, the catarrh and' prevents BEST H-PROFED SAW MILL" ON EAKTH. Pi
tends to'an all-round' development, should "earnestly' contend for the fait warns them, and to persevere in tbeirserv. and to give appetite. Beside ))reeerib-I the discharge of mucus. Ibis is why I'.- .'J .;
the trainer will be fulfilling the object which was ones delivered unto; the Saints." ice for God and far the right, he gives tog it for catarrh I have .ordered run is called a tonic..'doee not Large Engines and Dollere supplied,

of;; eholatlc athletlbICb _Tbere'Word. imply first the importance of them these two verses explaining the principles weak sad debilitated people, and have not I give strength by, stimulating the nervous promptly Shingle'' Mills,Corn Mills,
guarding this faith once delivered to the and ,the method o( progress of the bad a patient but said it-helped him.. It system a UHle.- : Circular
send the young loan forth from''theschool Saints and in tbe second lace, that there servant of God giving to them what has ia an excellent: medicine and it .fits so It give strength by preserving the .am* .aSaw TiethPatant Dogs;,,
fitted for college not only ,In were ;dangers le.t this faith might be) lost. been called "The Law of Chrutian Safety many eons membranes against leakage. r Steam Qovernere. Full jlne Engine A :

mind but in body as well.' In their In regard to the fl.r.t"-of these, however ," that they ahould keep themselves in "I have slarge practice. ADd have s It gives strength by converting-the blood I M lit Supplies, tend, for free Catalogue. ,
needful at that time, or at any succeeding the love of God and explaining bow that chance to prescribe your Penmi. I hope fluid and! preventing their draining away -i
great Ceslre to "win out many trainer time in the church's history such a warn. may be done. you nay live long to do good to the sick ia mucous discharges, "

lose sight of the 'real object of. i lair may have been, it can never have come To thus end he insists first upon the necessity , and uttering." Constant spitting and blowing-the''nose' A"White ft
Ubieties' man. ,' school, They ,must with !greater force than it should! come to of establishing a true apiritual life Only the weak need a tonie. People are will anally produce' extreme weakness Star.,8UgGY'EREE' i.
never weak except from some good causerOns from the lose of '
Christ* people to-day. The of foundation "Buildiug mncna. ,
necessity on a .
have winners at.anx'. 'coat and they proper < .
.f the obscure
of weakness
contending'for the faith "delivered once on holy faithAa lathe causes and 'If you-do not derive prompt and ; -
force the younger athlete to such extent, that, though 'whOe at school state of religious opin\oD.\ something which the leaching, the revelation of God i. given .Catarrh. inflames the mucous membrane write at one; to 'Dr.1 Hartman ,. !'
Jie) docs some very creditable performances needs to be repeatedly) insisted upon. By. as the foundatioa'""Upon which: alone true. and causes the blood, plasma to --escape full statement of.your; cue and he Htle'j ,I
faith is meant heat tot that quality or religious! life is to be buill.- There is no estabfiihjnK -' through the mucous membrane in the jessed! to' give, you fcU valuable oJ. .
tie la never beard of afterward grace which the Chriatian possesses which 'of apiritual growth upon a mere* form of mucus: This discharge of mucus lathe gratis ; ..

because. his nervous force has been typifies hfirfeelingToward God: it baa reference ry ethical foundation; there is no erecting the loss of blood., -It- produces Address Dr. Hartman, President of : .;j
Impaired. This Is the great danger rather to that which ia Believed in} a fabric of trao religious character upon weeknerT1ER11S.NO: Hartman Stnitariuus,-Columbus, Ohio.Stands j'ti
.which- scholastic which St. Paul calls "The Faith of the the teachings of men and as for the church ct
toward competitive Gospel.": "The faith which is ia' Christ itself Jesus Christ must needs be the true I ,
athletics Is drifting and it Is the Jesus," and which ia used universally by corner plane of all religious Idea the WQ:. ;ro, 0''

duty of he principals to see that the the sacred writers ns synonymous with the revelation of God mast furnish the base.As l
future health of the boy Intrusted to teaching'which God gives concerning Him the foundation of a building is essential :
t self.' "This faith/' says Jude, "was once not only: to the solidity of. that which is SLICKER L1KL.4er1y .
theIr charge is not forever l ss ned for all delivered unto the Saints," and be erected upon it, but also furnishes the tins "

through over-anxious athletic Instructor that they should earneatly and dimensions according to which it i. to ""' )' rs ego and &fttr r-vy years Jalyrsin 1
contend for it. When this- faith be built So unless there is at the basis orfoundation .. "On we willa1n, rasa, one of oas
of the eastern TowuiS w .
coast. a
uac on Top BumlM ta thep.r. .
delivered tb. and'underwhat life for Union Metallic aHl'.ITt.
was unto saints of all religious revelation -
number a BbilUk
The principal should also be most circumstances" we' are well aware; it or some truth broad enough for an V West Coots.were trfrodtecd. also stands ..::.rro.Ie&; ...prosiest.oa Wad ia the sat*.eel
careful in the choice of his trainer included the revelation which God made of ideal and strong enough ,to sustain the in were called dicker* ty Cartridges It ,. ,

who because he Is older, may exercise Himself through all history and His relation whole building there an-be no security the glances orvd eowbtys,This ore Mc for uniform shootlrlg said catla-' "WATCH tWE WHITE 8TARBUGGY"; ;
:with IIi. chosen people, ] it includedthe and no assurance that the character will Aa,... wh.will devote MI hoer'eaek day.te
a very great influence on the life and the work of .the Master and stand. He-who seeks to direct his course none h& COM ktto IUduX tr>ot .factory results.. this pluaMt ned, ..... wi a the baggy. I

boys' ideas of fairness and true the Influence which lie shed upon His disciples in life according to the teachings of men's it U frequertV thoufh wrongfully! Applied / No the.ci1tloa.MM f>f wonl t4i,naplr With- eaapa rake'ir

sportsmanship.With ; it included the work and the teachings wisdom or the dictates of human conscience to way tst4t tata. You Mnt the Qmtvt Ask your dealer for U.M.C. If this over U not ud.reto"d. say ..."Jdeale. 1

but remark diet, we of His followers; it w.e. in fact, the uninstructed by God is sure to find for tJwll, of tM rbl\\.prtd r Iowa who haa the ..>* 'Iiir oA,
one on ) ARROW'and NITRO CLUB ah. 'wnrri c've .
revelation of God recorded through all theIeriptu. his character lilte-unto a ship; tossed about STAB.. *""/ wilt yon a--
shall turn our attention to training (! .... Jude insists, upon the necessity by the waves and driven br contrary gale \ : 'en the Wheatn theroles. 0' _- *
proper. The young athlete n.ed"not that every one who is a child of God for human judgment erg!, human ideas of ILook Nee r sues e.isa.ow use's. ; .l Smokeless Shot Shells to have mad...'*..t year lowawkowillra list ef words '1,.
mra layoar
undergo system( of diet. lie should should contend for this faith-as thus by right and.wrong are as valuable u are the p Y ntYlirset4TnTtve TJtADeTte nd them M ... -. h. f
any revelation, and miracle once'for all delivered winds ot heaven. .There- mud be an ultimate a11o0STT0011.PIAl11.. '" The-Uhon! Metallic! On Jalr. 4tk we will houfy srvry ..o.twtWwho
a be merely cautioned agalnet eating unto the Sainte; and universal standard of right according -' i "a.A." the wlnn.r Is end namWr' ol woroti ....
too much p..tr11.etc..;, and three or The ymter-of' the epistle makes no* secret to which'we may direct our moral (ANANAH CO.lWtH.TOtONia Alt we Iks-WJUTB STAB Xocsy: (<< J

four days before a competition the ef the reason why be found it necessary to lives,-or we can never-be. sure that we are Cartridge IIrlf:: ;.._"....asolese ..s1s,e fee ,apt f. 1\ i
I jaunt upon the importance of thu. u rd- not going Wrong. Such 'an ultimate snd ATLANTA r.:
< BU'8Y CO.. Atlantagferct; ; ,
trainer should ask him to give up ing the faith as given to ua by God for the satisfactory standard mutt be given by Co... ,, ,
everything but plain, healthy food. dangers which menaced it were two fold: one whose knowledge is infinite as compared .

leaving feast pastry, candy and all in the first place they sprang from the Dataural with that of man,,and such a standard Giudine PROFITABLEEMPLOYIENT':
sorts of I seasoned viands for tendency of men to seek to> reason. out ha* been given in the revelation orGOd. BRIDGEPORT :
highly ; for themselves all matters of faith or be- ., It is therefore not unreasonable nor It yon can ( .
If be attempts to put them under a ... they would reason out questions of unneceaaary that the .Bible should inist' INSURANCE".\

strict regime they will either <
one extreme or the other.From G. up with their own supposed knowledge; tipn upon which we" are to build; our characters. ITrtte(tort rr/treiMM) Mrrcs.
to .nd Nor fail notice the 10 2ft and boo .t Urrtatoree.Switchman Af
were unwilling abide by the-clear .\ can we to ue .
W. Orion's "Training for InterschoV simple word. of Scripture which carne from of the word'"building" here, as applving R. F:SHEDDEN, Harugcr;Atlanta,Ca. rl"The

.*tlc Athletics" In St. Nicholas. God, and not only interpreted them ac to our relation to the revelation of clod 'at Rsvlval l -Meeting. .' Mutual Lib Inratmoe Compaq el few '
cording their own judgment but even Day by day and-year by ;year( the Christian Tork-Aa over|..._/ 0.ogi.. -
LUCKY replaced them with ideas of their own. is erecting a structure either of righteousness ; "Stop! you there making for the 1 .
The writer bar little to to these of According to
say men, unriffhteouaneas. Lord Is PNIuiTarn ouimKemoves
"Charley dear" said young Mrs.Torkins. whom be describes ss those. whose "mopth. the general desire and tenor of the life is door I( Don't'70u know 'the' ,

"baby hu the colic, ..I isn't it speak' swelling words;. .. thoub>ih the general character of the building. On calling-you and,lthatf you_ are running D ro iltlYaA.1
words came not from any deep thought, the whole every man is moving--! onward their g, -
lucky" but holiness toward-wicked from him Don't know that auk,
be shows conclusively' that they were either toward or away. you ,
"Lucky 7* ss conspicuous in the church then as-the neas, either advancing or retrograding in are going straight to bell'" M al ;swelling .la tat ;:
are to-day; There i. nothing harder for his nature.' As long as we live in you ,day t effects a permawiM esjse
"Yes I'm sure it's too young to word Puts working'on limited <.. So eays/Trlaltfsalajias: *.
the natural man than to acknowledge and this we shall continue in- a state of was a, !18M 'ti
operated on for appendlclUs.Wash'.ington live the W, shall down Dowand glvrsj. fra*.JCothl......b*faint "
up to acknowledgment: of his ignorance change never lay our armor . schedule there was not much JtatbaeTtm.k. Wrl! O.H.H.__'.teaaL
.1 Star. .|. ..' : ; there ia no subject of thought\: or nor hare our work finished until weceaae time to 'spare, but he.could not resist ,er e,., ,..::::!:U.Uete.. tee B MtesjsaTmmm
,' discussion-whether connected with the tordraw the breath of life. It is natural br1.0 cast
: 'World or in the world to come te believe that some, after many years the temptation of having one pass at .
rROGREBsl : ;,:'o'h' -which men will not seek to handle with of careful labor in the erection of true him so he stopped and faced around fcww> wimpirr' !curntti'
the tools of their Christian characters have suddenly turned Mew V -- )
own mental-equipment CNADlia
church wsl aNess 00.Otw J. f
"How are you'getting on with.your the result every eye In the on MlesJ t
and therefore men are .lwa J alou. when and in a .hort time destroyed :
Invention ' ' the Bible declares *that ten are some of yean of effort; there ie danger to everyone Puts didn't often get the centre ol the /re otsstrsNVleeNj .stCvw;, __ .,

"Beautifully," answered the enthusiast. things which they cannot understand but let by failing to continually build up stage and the 'novelty of the thing .IJATJOMAL, OANCKR MrDICINS:
that in regard to those very things they his character in righteousness, in the true .T .itrteU Jluilding. AUanbGa
"The advertisement* all-completed pleased him greatly, it was such a con _
are must have itho that the first class of Faith he should be taking a.r..Crom: that ; l
and In fine working order"- dangers to the maintenance of its true position which he has already builded. There is no trait to-ble old accustomed place in the

Washington.. Star. on the part of faith in human intel. period of defnite is no reward until back:'rows of the, chorus-- Ralllinc his .
lectual from there is eternal
life springs, mental conceit no
voice to reach the last seatsrlir + 07 6AtMAt1'HCs
from the unwillingness of men to believe we reach that other world. "Building" ia so as 'r
*.._ . the that which seems inconsistent with, or the word used of our daily Christian live..'' the gallery he replied: d =
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Vaky's ciolbee.
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above their own reasoning. Let na rc-e to it that every stone placed in "Number: Six Is calling me too.Didn't J.
Many mothers are Ignorant pf the serious When this epistle was written this class the building of 0111' characters is one Cesalns ltantped C C Cever; sold la balk' '

Injury clothing that of, may result. from washing the enemies to the faith, in that contention formed noon' the model of the life- andi : f you hear-her If I don't get Beware of the dealer who tries to sail lW..01'11. the of iriie wrten
powders and an Impure infaat'with strong For this washing against; which ia .Iw.,. 'belnl wage > .,>d. of Jesus Christ and is a strength' to I down there and set that switch for !'ggmrUda tj)set M ...." Writing to acvertleere-A&;; paper' 2O.f fCW. (8)
soap reasou were not conspicuous influential the whole] edifice. .' a'whole'
be very nor Number Six tralnload 'of
mother). Olreotlous laundered only uuder the in the church but today there: is more The second duty insisted upon b, Jude ,
anil Ivory Soap people will SO'to bell Looks likehell'
danger to the and the : of I. DOUGLAS' F
used. To throw the little garment Into tli. faith, siinp.Mr'ty if the Christian would keep himself guard .
ordinary wash shows the Christian from them than from ed from the dangers which beset him'i. .up to me both ways. Guess I'llset o

Kilt trent( !: yon carelessness R. fAaxxa. any other of its enemies, and it becomes eipreased the words "praying in'the, the switch."Good-by.. Do ." Having; $3.2andS3.2Shoe.
the adherents of the cause of Christ tp be Holy Ghost!'' Now we are well aware that delivered: himself of which_ he 'departed 0, tY'lteei ae save ft..$a.e to y
It's the backing a man has that enables strong and unyielding in their opposition there is no ,prayer except in the Holy 0 y wearing lY.L.Douglas SLID or rD SaYoes
him to put up a good front. to the modern tendency; to elevate: human I pirit; that ia to say no prayer except without waiting for further. developments. They ace lw p aa Koodlaevery a.mpsp that'
individual opinion aa over against; the revealed such aa'is in harmony with the Spirit of . The.boys.told him when 0 have bees .MlTac Ile Ironi nAt t.iSS. *be .
tidies Can: ,.... ah_. will of God. When God says. "The God, and so sincere that that Spirit will It..w& us o?V.1.lto Us akoss proves,
they came down,.after all over S --ir superiority overallotk.taoak..M
One slse soul'that sinneth it shall die. and some his and '
smaller after using Allen' Foot loin to it utterance ipteroeasjons, nor. hulk -retail eiajVelisis.a
by sboe dealers .
E... rises in and declares that the 'old boy" did not get things
powder. U makes tight or new shoe! man opposition that with groaning which can not be uttered 2sp h.vo same
easy. Cures swollen, a f..t B'rwlsir nails,corns and bunions. At lasting ," it is time for the servant of Holy Spirit which descended 'at Pentecost B-Corse.In' Q1TALOG R 4 Y
aU A CU'IIs&1.... and shoe stores, 26 apt au) .1la-U&llte. Trial! Ban b,. revealed will of the Lord and to contendfor mormons faith, no long experience to pray ( Magazine I A
mail. Addrel.,Albu 8. Olm.te4. LeRoy. N.Y. the "faith once delivered to the Sainte". ; In the Holy..Ghost,, but-it requires sincerity I
When men declare that this very Bible a meaning and a feeling in the prayer '
'The pessimist will tell you that for every which"contains God' revelation to seer i. !Ind-.- rOM there area doten thorns s> somewhat- uncertain guide to belief an of the desire made in the prayer to '.-)I' --- I- q v +k.ratabiW.d .
unreliable anchor to hope and proceed to toPowea by:> fitting action. ,r
Jam; sure rise's Ours for Consumption saved'By tear it to pieces and to-rob it of its supreme I The third .nd fourth conditions requisiteto woo overtax
Ue thjree.ysars aro.-)1. Taosi.e Boa.sts strength in its hold upon the consciences growth'in spiritual life referred tq lathe he kidneys. u". ,
,.Mapl. tU..Norwloii. N. >..P.b.17,iWJ.Th. and minds of men, it ia time for text: while not. less' important than Jon't neglect .ne. ._son inHiini. .ar .. fellow the servant of Christ to announce with those already discussed need only to be the aching' : fW-.t*.i ri_ .__lMi.,_!_..M the nanrom: ens o.e
who, is'run over by an ante emphasis; IIi, belief that it is the revealed mentioned, tar. their is 'clearlyapparentt e ,' --...s.*t S>.r .*_wkkMbfrwva..Mp I I
mobee is necessity K l < <>.<. ) awar.$2,000Rttnd't
apt to have that tired feoliDr.Ptnx Will of God and that of all His revelation "Keep yourselves in the love. of back._ Many ."., ,=IM.MI! S>o,:.60:::.:: LW.oiih.o.rauywtaa Y

KAUKLXSS io' there shall, fail not one jot or tittle, and God looking for the mercy of our' Lord dangerouskidney
cents !: braa',co.t but that a curse shall come upon him who tsk- Jesus Chriat unto eternal life''living. in ; troules '
per-package eth away from or addeth unto the words such a way that God's love to us shall both Cotton Gins and .Prej
which God hath for comfort and > follow' 4 ,
SueoMe often given! our grow mad be continually more apparent '
..hat not to do. depends upon knowing. out guidance. !Surely! there i* need to-day and a stronger factor in: our spiritual Jifeis ID its- wake. ;, ...

more than ever in the put that in regardto something eminently necessary\ if"we Mrs.. O.--B. p . > ji MADE BY i
He-It's right! may Ilpi all of 00<\'. teachings, ia regard to the would live as His children. Were it not Pore,:-of Col. ,.
': Ilk :you. word of God's revelation in regard to tbe for the supreme; and Infinite' love of God
for 4kls plan of salvation, in renrd to our hone of we ahould have no hope either for this umbia Avenue' CONTINENTAL ';

l I tc-Ifa .ieht! en my lips 'to girt heaven even to our belief upon God Himself worM or for the world tq come, and the lstogow.. Ken ,GIN CO.: 3 '
fi-ul:-= Smart Bel. the Christian should stand firm, and more deeply we appreciate that o.e. and ocky.:\,, wire of C.', '
April ...- should contend, with courage and with the more strongly we cling to'it the more I J. 'Pare a prominent true___ manujfacurer : ', : $irfuiagllan3, Ala.?; .F,
'i zeal In his own heart and in the world for confident may we be of our own future : '
FITS permanent=en red.Wo fits or ntrvoqt- the faith as U is in Jesus. ,f, and the more will we be led to give unto of that city says ;"When Doan's; .ENGINES and 1
......after first day a use ol Dr.Kline's Oreak For that faith ia also in.danger ef Twine Him in return that love which lie seeks Kidney Pills.were first brought to my 'BOILER$
N.,,. ..torer..>>trlal flotUeau.d treaUe :
undermined by the human characteristics From as. And not less certain is it that attention'I'..wsssuffering from'si. '
1)1'.-11,8.Elms Ltd..081 Arot 8t..PMla.r universally found among men which make only through the expectation of the mercyof comillcation au

Dignity is often meaaared them unwilling to accept of and to live np our Lord Jeaus Christ can ws have hope; of kidney tronbles. Besides the Send for" catalogue |JuSt Issuid";; : % '
by tb.'lenthof ; toy its moral and ethical teachings.-' The unto eternal liii aa it is the only hope bad, back ,which usually results:tom new. ,
a frock t.( standard of morality in ths world .being which can ..a.taiD1e in the time of our Idney,complaints I.. had a great deal '. .:
much lower than that taught in the Scrip weakneaa.of sin' of despair. 'Ac
De..,.... Oiuaa**' Be Oared our our of Erou.ble'Wltll':: the., secretionswhich
ture. all men are apt to suffer their ideasto cording as- our confidence in the truth If.
by local applioatleo as they cannot reach the drift lower and lower in sympathy with the Gospel I (lITO....,and-our assurance of the were :exceedingly variable,' -sometimeszcesslve4 .
dlaeaeed portion of the ear.' Therelsonly eae 'the ideas of the world. In ihe first place love which Chriat has for each of us, shall and'at other times scanty.. _
way to ear deafness, and that Is by oonatl- this result occurs today, as In the time ol be t our ability1 to stand in the evil t days of The,color was high and t7i
.. passages were "
Deafness surd
by aainflamed
the of the epiatle from the reverein
writing ereep- this life and tope : our pursuit '
condition of the mucous lining of .ing into the church of certain'men who are after holiness. This is the divine wortf of accompanldd.'with a swaldlng'sense'tlon '
the Eiistaahlan Tube. When Ibis tube is tai themselves. ungodly "filthv dresmers, defiling God; it is His message to ns, and may He ; Doan'a' Kidney Pills soon regu. .' ,.. -
flamemyoa nave a tumbling sound crimper- the flesh despising dominion .speak rant'us grace so to ,"build up ourselvesin ated"' the kidney secretions, making ..." NEW RlVAL ; tr'.r'; to'
feet hearingaad when It is entirely eloaedDeafneM :
fit the result,and unless the In .... tag things evil which.of dignities they know: criticising not, who in'those the Holy our'. most keeping holy faith ourselves'praying in the in love the theIr color normal and banished the Inflammation oaded .'8iack: Po- J.aSJ ll( "
nation eat and this tither-
be taken time of the writing ef this epistle jbr.t becomes of God, looking for of our Lord which caused tie scalding

Ito be'de i. normal eenoltlon Nine bearing out of wUI tea conspicuous ia the chureli..hfe.ef Jesus Christ unto ,eternal life", that we. sensation. I'caD rest well my backs shoot stronger'and: reload ;'bettor (, ,
lorever. eases bnt the time' that tbev.were called "raging.waves ( may be guarded from the evils into which strong and sound and''I feel muckb9tter'in r 'than Y .
area aa 'any- offer .hl ck,
' ef the sea foaming' nut-their! own ae are falling about us in the-world powder t;
w -Inflamed eondttloa of th. Simeons sarfaee.- ....-;- the evil's If'doubt. of eareleesness. of immorality every way,", :
raurmurers. eomplainers, having < shells
Weffrill oil the' market becau
for : J
;' DoaCnees grrai One. Hoadrad.DoUan' thateanaqtbe say'ease men's persons in admiration because ef ad. ,'so that we shall. be saved, as it JL FJUCSJ" ,,Tatar of, this!! great kidney .I. iron : ; ;
&f (JUOTs oansed Catarrh by oaHrrh Cure.) .ClreaUn vantkRe.: It is a blessed thought thai to were brands' from the. burning and kent nedlclne which cured Mrs/ Pare, wUlI they loaded mare barcfully' ''h'
enradby arc ,
such' able to
day persons arenot conspicuous i.I ia by Jim.tbat-u ceep ua from falling I
>eat free. LJ.CwarCs..ToldO.O.: the church for this is .f and'"presented'b Him faultless before any part of the United' and
801. '- I aa ate honesty tifide-inor \ scienUfica1iy.Tlythem. ..
S Druggists lac of the d. the of His glory exceed.fngleyr States) on application.Address Foster
an no ocitig
age ; presence with : ,
Halt,YfmatUr> f Uls ajc ntbe best. aa-ace,; wheat.''Pharisae>.ad-bypeoarites ."-. . 1 11 bant Co.,. Buffalo.N. T. For'..Ie They'urer' \\J ,(;, ." ,< '

A girl .sekiora marries> bet,1;'ideal.,, 8hhu onee brought' to the lights! sre abhorrent. te by all cents'"per """ l'
'prefers the real thjng. all classes. of .....- bet while not openly :: 'The fellow'who is ran eber'br'ace automobile ._ drugglstat prlce'.GO 'The nub's 'rA '
n ,ia.apt te hivethat tired feeling., : ,
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. . :. : 1H Citrus; County chronicle. : expresses -* \1
111$111III88 VaHeu (Gazette .. .. r .. o., i: Ttxe:::1'' our sentiments; w follows:' ..
: : ,
.T... NOTICE hereby given Ibat the followlns! dvmribed land will V* Hold at publlo &tl don anthaathdaynlt '" DKBCB.HTION OF LAJS& j m1 imtTtxe 8 Why do :v*, the people,, go to the.fcx*.<(
'. LJM HON( NO. II Jnly. A D 1\103.\ In front of the Court Uouna door at Itlidlniuiee .ha the pv/sm. / t "i, .1 of judges and, bavlDl"{ '
'r t ruai.iaati Countr of O. .olk and .*<.!. of riorlda or no much thereof a* will be aeo.ewff w *..*the amount h-, j .ow 6i . imt pence 'paying
vatnaY' '
EVSWY( dutjfor Use herein *et oppotlte the ..m...tosellierwith" inch coot of lalv and *d vertinlus.OWJIEE . ,: " -I:' . ... . courts Jf the people are going,
:4 'O0a e In, van.,', Uacette Hnlldmtr;, ' : .. .. 111 f8del' ,c ", .... hands and 1Dclif'l
; t E1.8IMMgE.' : 1 ,; : wp.! Molr. '..... ...u...;) J. ETfmIIShcdogI(7 WJA 7 5, .. I'I'f"yU the law
C 4
.... ' : .: MI 1 :. .... '.; those who are supposed to'be' J.I ;
J. .....' l ',1ft; 'PROPRIETORS. ,DESCRIPTION pr. LANs.: '" '.:! 8 .S>.- *'...,.;WHfe'Seg&S T N* 48 fa r" t\\ pJf committing crlinp1' Madison anb .
W.S.RAMIS / ...-.1-
,". J 00, : "'111 may -
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t rw '. .. t. ,":' '.degE2'i .ftN47degW42ttblockl9' 4 Mulberry certalaly lion need any
L .. ...., ... block)"W .. . .. ..... .I
,1' Miller IpO
...... ";'(, POUNREdltGt .. .. to 001 " H _Agt... ... )" woU'iMaUheOnruthers. ddltioum! _.___,, :: __. .. -6 0,1S4H courts Jud ln.r by their wholesale)
I W mar...... .., !!>-!. Of De ...... . .., ..,.... ..y..r 17 ,2214.; .0 --- '-.,.. ... .IOLSS.. ..--.. . .. .'.. . ..".. ...,....>. """:' .'"'--- .m. 4w Criminal assault
_ ,, turd.ttbsroltoMoeh Elinlunee,ria.. La"le'o.. !-o. 0< ,1 D.4. .:. ... .. .. .. .,.>" " ', ,, 83 RNs j lite. 40 172 t'nknown. . .. .... ... l,,l 1/II .. .. .. . .." .'." ' n1tl lynchlnffs recently, .
.a SJj> d-o\Ue\ ...U matterr -" Jack on\Uli>Tain pa Unknown .., ... .... .'. lot W (except lb0et off ue 341(11. ... ; once the only cause for mob'vlol-;
J>.r we.t RT co, . ..II. .: ......... ... .... :..'1..1.' ..... 211 81. l14e'' 194 .12.1 . itauhew, Addition -- was '
1:, .'''Nort" ' notify fc* ofBea :.Ualloommunio y.known.. .. .-. .. . .... wj\ ........... ...n.... ..,.......... ., 2G 81. Inc 1 M Will Kulpe. ,.. ... . all xccptlola I and II l>lo<'k it... ".. 1 once but now one Ispot; safe In soon' ;
Unknown.J .. ... ... .. .. . .. ... .. .-. : : 116 81. Wd 11II III' .. .. f t N *$ '
"per re< .tt > axe-otfromourauthnr. F \MIIIUnknown.... ... .. .. "'J. pf-1e 4 ........<...." ..1........ 1134 524 Me '.0 '1U\ ft K 62ttfta fin It block '!.. .>.., .. > I places If,he ; -
;taad. oorretpoDdenUrvjmitl q S4'6lgned or the .".. .. .. .. nw5j O1 n..'.( ., .j. . 1..,. .. .... 26 .,27', &le w 114 ,OL4"IJk-T..c.; .. 114 Are w. retrograding/ Ar we going
wrtMr. ,,, C. Unk.'own .. .. . ... ... w'ior o.d.' ....., 276' IIIJ'I' 110 1 M Pcidokl..AddlUun-Jokneou end l're".lt'i'Sub Divot Lot. J and 1 Block. .
f AD
,' will.noM aetnrned'aela5 A I:, awe .. .'. . ... 'seyj, of uw. <4(lem 9 aorei some. 8 end NCBga( .... .. .:. ." .. .... ...... .' W back Into barbarism? How much b*/,.V
.7.-, ielledfonmttei C ...d 1 acre lu S 0"_ teI..w oor.). III 801 8:1e: 110 1 A'I.. N-V Bryan. ... ...: .. lCtiafor"tHx'coflWI{ . > .. ,, t. be' would let the law"
l II ,(. .. .'. . .'. .. ..... IMIII 4/( 1'otrlukIAddtlIOn'' ter It would If wf
r '11 ?f nwaed 7ke'dlfOw by notond.nutwepe..lble. .. P1looteti ,: RF..obn..I. .. .. .. t. 'iw7off.e':.. . ..,,.. . ..".....d...... IS r8ni! '" 110 OA ()Rraon:'. . ... .. . ".'"" ... c.x... y 182 take Its course;- and give the accused '' '
rate* be bad on -v. Uou. J W-Arnold., e...:u._. nnel ... ... . ,.. ... . ... 17 HIli 8Ka 40 II") V1)': ..'. . . .. ,. Snl. It"t Zbils'li. . .. .,.i. . ./t'7,. f !lilH8WJ
,4d".rtIlIDI may appm Solomon Haulenon. 5.I''i.M I.., ......:... ......,.. .;....,... 17 110M 11II'I 40 I ;:; $4.t tla1rou. . . ..... I ",>o" .< .*'.'.' .... . a: chance to prove his Innooence or' the .
... .. .... .. . 11II I., LoodsnuiPlctt.l, ,, .. .
J H Walker,. ..: ,: e'4olao- ':' \ : :'' 'UI. as lllle x. '. r urr 4' ld- CS"olT*
'SUBSCRIPTION 4UTEO,. '.1D..I..n&. Co. '.'..'n 5.w t..... .. ; ; 80 81'.s', 8/IQ/ po I I 27nown : .J,. W .Budt"\. .,.," .V'. bcgzWJ'ft N of micorof s.w3)1 ofwUrlMi .S 01 State his jullt( !:, .ltus, try, ft
Oneeopyonejrenr ...... ..... . .. .. ..1..00 . .. .. ... .uixllv 14 (n ne'i of uwlA leu'"land. '' }iI. N KM 7 nV 8.. .. s llUed not t
.. 55 164 16 11I1Vak..o . .. .. ir.Pi Bne .,, 8211 ,, ,t..we are : ,
IIOldWIUItIu"e.rc.' .,, IIIItt 'H KH.JftKSil*.7" ;' ,
00. el .,. .T. .. ... ,.. .. ..60DD. 'fnw .
II *coP oopy,,; tnotttne .;.., '. .*.. . ... .28 ....,. ..n.eloffOVnkuown. \ !j ,..., .t..j.. . .. 16 1Ifi. 1IIe! ,,00) lilt l' uown.I ....,,.. ', tif ...''4.. SJ. ; : .?, ,.14 i 'I-i. let 44 a os ....;'.....10 (
.< .. ...4t .. y. . .. .........r..4' ""Vy W. 40 : i Ht'uknmru. Mrn Axlu ronaou.. . bE'lIl2'fI'orn l'nfnw! of Shingle has moved i
.. lIeLUf ,." .j'.p...: .' ,"..kt4.; .... .. 1 27, rJe ,40 371Florldatend run \\' 7.:W><'" 8 fcSWh and row W Mr. Knight
5lt ; ; + : u K auo ft !INN n.. !' 1"Itr 2\.g\. 8 4 52 his\ Klsslmmefl by tfle. ,y
June 5 1003. au w ma n B SIH '''/' family tonorth
-4 .Friday, ; T provementCo. ... ..... .of rlver.a.. . ..f. r.r....... I' 82. 11"2o 20 111IUDkl1owq..LO. 2KK. .
.. ........ rl-ew' .1.._.. Jr...... '(., .\. .,,,. III' III.. Pie 11II 2OIl S >
Unknown . . . .1. .. II !. ...... ..:... :.: .. .. \ ., .... .. ., 2IJ 761----:Il0100--870: ,- > :
lt Unknown. .. ., ..... . I> 9ur.eo. run 8 979ft", R' 000 fy'. ., -
<"If old man. w happlueg lu PIS"
a a
,, l'i1/1u VeOo cd..". .. ... ...... .,.. II 211. 914 .111 119t'nknnwn
future state at a reward for a well ,.. ...... .. ae"oftiw .. .i.iw)7+.t..t..y. 4 try'' :'n0. 40 114
Unknown. . ..v .. .. W>2 Of OCj'ntoVx '' wIQ ,'", 'I';;';' .;,. 4 2y .Jt!.. .. ::10 -.W. )
., spent. life _ 1 Legislature 'be . . .. .. ... 11w. c*.r lot 1, Ii N oh'il"LIC ch
would (
y cert.alnly'go ? N14aW910 I chIKK .:... .. d., . ,...... 11 '21\1 >.7e II 1UI 1
_ where It ti said Dives went, aa that F M Story. . "v., :,'" It oo oh 8 of nw ooroil Ele.i1N ::,+- : .,
8 14.fa ch to lake mat.wepterly flan CHAS
body would nod Tome technicality upon .. on lake margin 1 oh! ..
'whlchto knock hl. '''claim'--' llK-n N II. !M ch ..,...,. .. .. ..... ..11 r"21i. 8Oe'' Hi! II 0*/
out WRB.M.V '.. ...:. .'. ,.. awl! of nw'.:..... ... .. .: ......... f 240. tfe 411 2 1$
for 'the better. place. ., Kuroiiworth Kut. . 2 """,<'' In .a .qi).re In its oor of II r :
MfY ........ i .. lot 2 .. .. ... ...'...0//i': :U 's ' 80a 2 liS .
: loauna Harroliiont . . .bur ne rep "ru" ? :
'The following item, ,which 1 I. 't.akpn 4'210 ftW210ftN21u1'0E2luk. ... U2 214 1100 1 1,16
ECSe.vert, .. ,'J.. .beg 210) yh N' of .e ror of .".(. f we1!!
from the.Wajcmts (Oa, >.Herald, applles run W :204; yd* N 2IU ydR! K: lb yds U
r 70 Til" K I("I l. a to hex . 8'l 2. 800 ) 2J6
:;;,, -< wlth a* much loree't K1lnrniecr "" ..' .. . .?',,,, bte.1ORWofuoi y ..... of .(.'<"p--./' ne1.-\' I Has just received

.., l' M, ttTanxother: town or:city( ; The appearance nm W 7pyda. ti 7M yd*, b '1'd.( K -
: .. . .",,. ., 112l-11: 690 '
of a town always, accredit B C !Beaver .. .. .. b<7Ul.II".I.iw cur cif not of eel! -latest styles, all ,
ruu K Ut )'d. N OU :y _ ,, .to' 'the' people or It la ,a discredit. .. ..:. . ..... .. .. .......... Si :3i!* 804 a 170 ,

'The. ..bDprellloD". alwayFTSVorableor Unknown.tTnknown._ . .. .... f>
,' ..unfavorable. If your streets ,and J'I.:170'd.,1'UI: yes .... .. .. .... .. 82 2.1J .KKJ 13W f'trJ) HAS
. .n. . ., o"!, 01 .&.cadwjyofsw, ot ...14. .. in (,. :for> ani
talaeyi: are clean and your' yard'filledwith Vnknnwo.- ,.- ''',.. ''''- or-"..,. .. . . . 4 irr. .mmmw' 411 u
,), t lawn grasar )flower* 'or 'well cul-. Win Mabntri.... .; n. .land uv,, otpeUu." .._. .... .. l1'lia' : aIw' :IK' 71)2r : )
Unknown .. ,it.. .. .. .. 1' ofI1', of .":- III 27. E we. 4(1 Jill
1t. 1Cvatedvegetatlon-Itpak1(: -.weH ,!'fortbeObwners Uuknown..4.: .. . . of n>, of "( fortaxea190js.1\ ... $ 27. 40 II\I'J! B
Ui known ...... .. .. .. e: ot .e .- frao'l I.. .. .. .. . : . . .... tie 1M),. aujo- I 14 .
and shows that they taker Cnknown.,. .... . ... 'of rrac'l for taxed iuol .. K8at 27: MWUO. :.> 114 .
., Interest In their surroundings.. Let KK Bewlt.. : n'Sofnw3jot' 0w... .: .. .. . ... .. .. .. "tr.. W,I
r MrCynlhla Wheeler 'i'!f of ...(. (.f.e S, ... 10 tt'i* UK! ;lU III'J 1 '
:' 'I, us.see to It .that we keep up'appear- Andrew. McCord. .. .. beg. 7ch 8 of. uw cor ol ).w7'of, uWU which witHind i
,Ji BSHcolt; 10 ch N i.'j "ihWWeb. A' on you
f ;ances and .beautify our homes) and ... .. .... . .. . .... .. . .. It \\I.;. ,2..NJ 2 11" :
...f4Lon.... 'i Miller' AgtI'nknown .. .. .. .. .be'ior tmU of ne1'}" '' .. . ... .. . . 14 :Ve 10 1 HMl ) ison. Have time onbOo. ; t. ?
, ... . ... .'t : ew'ot nw.4! f-.t.swej. .. . .... U .. ..)De : : : & do
W J Beare. J'.t:.: ,: n9. w tt of 5.w t( ( sly 1A UKIIUJamlM : : .
---- -
Boy. with hats oirthe back of t their >n : : : : :: lMKec .t t yd* N 174 yd. K UNO yiln S' 9 t
4:;;'1 'Le.ddandclgarettesand'smutty. words ... ((0501plbrt lie nor of au"! of 1711/d. .. 1 Paper carpet tacks,

:t '.: ,;inthelrmonth! h ..per-th.o: old NaydewlifUraxe..wUiun W 140 jrd t4U5J!. . ..t. .;,.12j1I'da: ... . 1H '. 2.%'* awri. 11 H HJA > 1O marbles, .

cans 'No wants them at R G Bin) >bea.''d, .. . n.'-< oCtie" ..... .... 2.1:1-: .. N. 4u ri. i .
( tin body, ,any B O BIICitI... A(ftC . neUof, getfoe( tae.lool))I.. .. .. .. ... :W :250 if'a' 405S... 5 slate pencils, -
: 'peloeMen;; wUl not mplo1"bem... nice i ....h.If. .... . ... .. lot J. ..:... . . ... .. ..,... .. ... .. !M 2y 2'y' -IIII .1011" violin
f A llruncoil.I'nknown . . .elf of xwlI' .,. .. .. ...... .t. ... .. .: .. 2-'.. :l!" <0 :II" 1 steel string,
..:.-Jq .jltrl. Ul not marry; ..them,\, .,They'arenot . . .. . ... hit In ue}...UjlfltUrtdeil . ,. VUA/ ii.: _21. '4U 1 22:I 9 f staff f
worth their keep to and Cnkuuwo.p, . ... .. .. Mint in oeM ol ."J4 (for pen pen,
N anybody . .. . . . . 162
tax of IMU)r. : ". II jn* 21..0 1
; ''they-'will' not keep themselves. If any* "Mr M R Browntainn wUof IIWU.! .... ...... .i.t..... ... ..,. II leis 200 411 I $ 6 fair quality
'\ l)enn ... (0..,, .. uf..pHOI..Uofoe.u.) ., 17 $'e \tI! Um' 10 I '
'f: body 'whobappene to. read thlinniwereto Florida Finance (Jo, nit DvW! or net4 .. .. . .. .. .'. ;. wtu-, 20.J ___2'e'. .__ 44 "----a4 II: ...,. .... m
the 'desertptloa'let him take a,,good'Ioo1C ( Unknown. .. . beg ne cor lot'1. run li i.vij 1'1. 8 r I -- -" --
lS.% rda K l.VV*$ yd* N l.V}h yd* ,: 211. 21... l ss 'I
hjmself,[ and if he cannot decide Unknown ... ., .. ne" of nwU/ and *w>i ofuw". ... . AA $0 10!!.. 14'f' 21$ I : ::
Ol Hnbb,...,. . nw1ofuw4..L., .. .. :. II 271 211.* 40 1011'I IX : .REM" '
to reform. 1 et him know that the world Mi'lte lirotifcon. .. no of .wU .".." .. .. '.".. ." :.. \1:1: ;. :lib, 40 Ui; I
will be" Infinitely better off!: without Mr fcllle Wiley ) . . ... .... . .. ,,27 27* lII1! 4U'. 114Unknowu.yl
.... . ... u)4ofaelofeeefr" ,,... .. .. .... .. .. !} 2rM lie 2U 1 Ml I
btra.and: .t.he.'sooner he quits It the ( "kllowo.... '. .. ('' "Ji! of usT of D"))4 of .w'/..... ... 1011\11 :10W A3SO 4113Uoknewn. >
....... .... '.. elf f.w"of nwo1se'4.-' *:., *'8 :II" : < A ra 1 1J I
.bettull. ;Exchanife J( ( R.Ur.b.\; 5' : ..... .... iI :z.a- 40 2 inau -
1 ." Uokuow.. ..,. . \ whyo(5.'fothecudn, .. ) i
: wide oft'.{ lda of e4! .of II 'U of '. -t.-_ .
:, ,; K The Times Union legislative 'reporter ;-' a : .. . .. . .. .. 1\\ )o 24 1.11KI'Rlmm..t..od .
'' Co.. nkot'nel ... I II tN 2ssoo 440 184
'. : .
'r, says, in Its report ,of the 1st JOlt: J E Mu.elev.. n ,. 4 eodnett.J.oleel i.. . .. 9 2.a 270 110 :l M

'"Mr, ", ; 'on''bln to established the JMandJlRair, ',.,;, wl4ofnwI( afse", .. . ...... . .. .. 9:11.: 2ry lu $1))
Unknown .....?.... ,',' w\5of\: UWH....' ... ...MWHof . ... .. 1/ .:If.... :lee "w I M place.Offers
JYlorJda: agricultural Institute ,in A L Chandler/. .;, ., a.!tjof uet. }'.. ........ ... . ._. 12: ;&... 2ro IQ._ :2 )jli ot:
i K. Moaeley. .t', beg .wc*>rof KUoinwW run N Ucb: P9A /
1 ,( viola
,'. ) ;Cc.I"ntpP"Oprlatlng.tjOO! ( } . 10 eh a)K ch W lu elr..,.)... ..,... 12 265 28e 12 11/( .
fat Its maintenance and 95000 per+ an- Dnkuowa.! ... ...", ,,.1He"oel..w| .'of nuU.and nU of ,
'WW ...4._ ...* .Wltk... 111 25. 24e 3420 97 6
'; Lawn for |ts support was passed by theV8oate UtrknowRDpknown 1" . . all (except nwH 01 nwj<. Mud uH of '
...14..011001).1'; ) : ,: ... 10 ..2,0 'fl If
by a vote of 13 to 9."> This Is '.... ......... ali, &ee"t..w mof uwK) and "M) of MUui 1G. o

v'U 4r tlBtmldtlon wehare that" the '.w'4lax of }.Wit. .' .. .,;,.... ., 111 255 24 4 0 9 76Vukbownl l
...,.."" ...."t w or1' _..',... 3. ,.... (::!.l./ :5. tie 14)0 82: .. a
-was to be establlshed'In'this Unknowai' y ,"' w'{of eJH'ora..Rof, ( 1H01)).S''fc'.iJ'i'lOxrea : : 2'.l 25. 2io hit O12Uukuown .
sad': '' correct '"", f 'I.\. 11:;; (.u aw rnieroroJ iiwXof e.x I pc.". ...". ."".. '"".. ,.""' ":.. "' ;
it the report I i. 81 '
t' ; off.;.4 aM l .e U of ...!V4 N of K R.'"..v.f--j, .. 215 8Nu 20 130 ', , \' l M' '" # f
alt k, b'\ congratulated ; : ": ; ''.IIBofH.K. In 1ot-n r ; ; S'5.. .. j \ J "
\ uponSod'fostune "U4ukaowd \1\\1{'... owned In or deeded UrunbYaaud It'>> c'...i'J J(', ., , ki\ 'yR, r:, : { ) : ;i! : ( : : !;
.. :' ,ButahenxLhere's o5n j "'I>' *'"'' I'CLr1MopFer7twrranw.4.n'.M'ne: 35 .25. 210, 24 278Unknown. r ,'c, 4'" s ," : '," ."" : ; ;, I ,
t0"biMf.t the' ..;.. .,.1".,;' n-wUnf el!< fxoent bvg 8.84 ch JM ofBe '.. '
lu .; alltilaalati
pUoe, it : 4". . eor run Wl.&ehi* 67Nch JC1.M: 7:,_ '.
' ) for its uocesaful 1 that ,any 1 7//0- ---... oh N' '7H ch cad exrept beg ehthen .. -- '
W of o.eor not W 10 ow out It II cb
.plaoe o uld,;offer !are h*r(anii' no're: >' Neuter.0 begin.. ..*.. ..< :.. 1 211.I 2S. 84 :

?1""FalOll"- ;xlsU why it should not. be. Mtv y Dnknwa. :. .. .. ..," ,...,. ie'.'(Ida of,.nww alxo'except..except lA5yd beg* wide*. cor olf of W

I- -j4 ,Wet on did,,good work; in getting r9 ..e14 of nwK ran 1 S:1 7U yd* W 10ft yrt*. '
... ... .. . '
97 ydsE!: l ai. 1 25I 'l'e .86 1734
;3 the Mil>> passed for which he:1 t.entitled A It .roaIOD"'I'. .'. I r eUoto. ( ...4.44..8; 80 tHe: NO 1M

, .cuJtDU"'D.\..,.,.. O"'hl'.J( ? : 'o .. . t..r If 18$; :tHe 40 1 14KM
to .|M gratltudp'oJ the 'people, especially MreML Uriah'. .. .. eelgotuworoei.) ..'.', ........ .... 21 211; yw The Old Standard 4Grove's z:;
f fIr T South Florid.:;" 1'nfrnuim. .. ..... ..... r.L.I", In 0-01. (::0.. ::.... .... .. 14 1. :tHe 14O. 111
': .. . l'known .. .. .. .... froc 't.w1.t.111 .. .. . ...,. 14 27. :tHe 40. 1 14 ,
't. : K IfatHck... .. .:.. :! .re;.... . .. .. ...." ...... .. t 214 27. 411 1 82 .'
}'T. i .) whnutall.oy': they & Unknown.; .,..... ..q.' owl( of nw/4.n.. .. .... .. ....... ... . 211 :2u27o 40 1 H, Unrnowx..lrar' ..'e''', c of D."' .. ... . .... .. ... ....,..... 2\1 2-'.. 27e 40 1341 uw, la a bill juiW 1 $ r-e"m.\? :: ., Oe .. .. . ... .. ...... ... 81 21. na 40 1 14
'' '. ,> .. ii\ 11" ofsw4. } .... ... . r. IIl: V.. .:214 40 1 14 :
''. the. ;.legislature. ?; ,' tTvluflr| them pro4' Uuk4own.? ",.,.. 8W ... ,. .. .. .... ...... ...,... 33:1f.: 1/78 .4O4O 114
'trom Unk.Ow..9..9., Ie'ofecI{ . . : 1Hl-: .. 27. Ilf '
,feeotion., ..;,. : ;uaBorupulous buyers. Uuknowo,. +. .... 110. Of.:1''''r.r.. ....r M l.'iIt: lIe 40 111 has stood the test : :
The ;: : .i BiLi..ciT f.
p."\ biU was introduced la the senate : .
.' Unknown ... ',' '.,:\f.) oh W of n. cor or owl( of eel"
by.Senator Carson'and In' the house rune One and Half
: .. 1.1IIh( K 8117 N 1 eaeterly 00 K f over ;'
:.--bi)4: : <( J)) ella.. The bill provides in 1\ Rt of way 1,2A ohthen ruu H. 6cleg II
and 45 rain W tobet;.....t..i.. I, zr* .288 / 188
;'J ",snb ts> .oe."tbat., If); -.n1.. person shall ..UD..OOW..belu..hK. ' of nw oor 0' 1I"!iof..eJ') ,,. ,. of merit, appeal to *
1 :
'ruI186.711 ch N easterly on K Kt ,, .
r mall,* anfr-.false statement in ..writlnfrOf ", ofwuywa point dne 8 of a point 0. 6 eh K U i i2flg :.,' EDdtUe4 every bottle Is a.Ten.
_ bU'finaMioUl' condition to mer- of tid our of nwH ol ueX ear theo N '
:* any : to beg. : t : .,, .28&tJ"4. .4g f>, :
... ._ .. ., .w
r' ohilutrl.alpe''bank ,pr< other persona it -MHMOryfan'5ub111V0Lg'of.9b1)( 1 ::11.j 2Ke .
SOIlephlnG, I'I"ro..1. lot H bliwk. 111 M B Morgan' addition ;: .
_ t ln.iwithfraudulent.; ;; Jntent: of obtaining to Campbell! City. i.... ..... ...i... I :2n e' we 20.\ ,
:-. credit. ;,grille, ;! :money Jor 'other pro- Unknownf. ;.\ ..'..'. '{<,, lot o block w M B Morgan.ddl1Hl't. t. Campbell C1t: 7 ... 1 "aS" 4Ne 10
.. d.
; ,1
,.;perijf/av! ..i rbsllby\said, .fals. 'stute.njenl ; .Etuleraon'E.t..s l i Ulmik t M B iiorgen's addition \U' To Cure i # i
.. ".lI1pbeIlCllr' ". ...... 1 2fm 2He 1112 ;
: obtain credit: goods, money'or Unknown..1t I..,,;,,....' lot A and lot 1> block Uof'54 B Nor .

__ otbar>>topert.,./: he ,shall ,u'oon' 'coo* g.a'.dd1UonwCampbell.. Hy.: . t 28& 28e 119 I
Take Bromo
1 f TlotioabRpunched '... If convicted'of linDow..i.:+f\* lOt 7...r.,.,. .... ,NARCUOSSkk'I. 81* 10, 1'4 Laxative
.Prosecution ; ., .,?,.:....,' awulott. ... ....... .. .. .. .... ... ... 1IIb'oe: HI.I': )< dO .
c larceny* f nuder-- this'act .ktl\O.r..4..... lot J4.jk .*.. "J.*.. ..... .. .. ...r........ 16 "or.. Die JO I 4 K Seven Minion boxes taM to past 13 months. :; ; 14P
1..1:,b biffuo'Mn the county' whore ;.;.,.,7. lot 40 I.!\f' 11'--.... .. 17 1461661 XI.
Uoknow.;:! .. frac'llot .." . : ..... . .. llia::.. 3l.-. 6'l '
Jfis..* "iaiswxint .was written. or purporW1f TO.Ro14 '.rnkrw; ( .t .H lot ra to .. ..;... ... ... ., ......111&2011I. Mel JM.i1 ...._ '
: Unknown'.; 4':-..d J., uHlott.. M,.... . .... ....,... ...., 80 er. 14ft 6onkt4own..fs.
#' (> bM4J been 1'wrlttea..,, 'The"m.or'DOI"'' ,,,.(;. lot IM.J..I' ... .. ...... ..... .......:. .'.. 11. ftM e6 oil "ii44'l4Y114ti't t4t41ii4ti.R I ;

M,1lppao'YeI the'blU uknowa. ,..;_ : .\: 4141410 $ . .. .. ... ............. IMS: >aw xi* 77 ; r J
Un9'towq ., ills... .., . .. :
.wi' ... HI* i ' IJ rI"
"tL .e
,','J' 't'; ji { Unknown : .,_Y,,. .-:. '-'.,".T*.wn f.. > . ,.*.. . ..V r. arw 5.N u.W I ...
""MPi111ibirh'liil1 the establishmentpfeCuUnral Unknown.:4 .,v 10UII.\: ; "..J;l.'ts' .. ,., 311 2514tll.. 1 i E

i!:wr'q 1.. '. for Institute in' South Unk.own.y.... ..??...Ii., lot27bloekD.< : ,''kY. ji71D1 1.,.......- .. 8 6 6Albers'Cr.wford.lLlot4blcek9 : .R HEHLISMIEJlimilBE I . '

.. ......;. M ..
4 i; a i pftstwd the-?Senate last :Won file* Fa.,ley.........,, loll bloek.I\I, ':;:;" ..1,:.,;:.....'....:s M
.< ; 10Ulbktclt..5 .,... . .,..,1.... CI1., .: '
ky votp of,13 to Vt and ,will become Unknown?.,....!.'.'": lo"bloek..;..V-... ....' t 55 ..._. .. No6 .
No' w 8o':afgw dby .the KF Btwk.'....".i1U.a.: ... }.. + dO : .. ,
Ooyornor ?
Krititeoa, /uu'" lot 2 (for lax 21401)) bloc... ... ......,. ''" --
,; ; slttifydofthe* blllr; among other M K pethlrtrr' 'y r. lot- .. .,..... : . ::_...!.-, ,fill ti6. j . ... -t
.' 1 i TOr161o IIwltJa.t;.... lotleblookMl. . : .:. .....di.. '. 1' till G (
;: ., 01 Ut,, ,the South Florida Suateq 11.rlma SmILlaI". .r ,1: kJ"bIOlk! ..'.?...... .... .......t... .. .. .,' -f 106 N I to Customers -Every Facility .
; lot III block __
,a2' The .whole aim of the bill seems 91. .r.\.i.. . .., ; /JQ ,
i.'Qkuuwu.i4l.,,34pblck, ; 102.. ;.,:.. .......... .....:.'. ,., .. Consistent .
'. to b*> jtrgaotioal, and the interest*,of,;.ac"stualfarj PPln.S ,lorldcAarlculwral'. 8u!>>., Dy 0' 2;,..+4461 ,otl1.: '.... with Sound HAnagemeht.Persflintl ., :
F l.
'" ",, lot.. .. ... .....'. r..J 09 I .
ers and fruitgrowers, or those I Pt TuppIU..t.. "" .1,......... .......:'.. ..... .. ". ,. 111II w.. ,r
,intendiair''.follow1' t6pursufta t in 'I' ," InIlSlUUU: IYTf.." ,." .. : Life Fire : '

; .: DfkP." .;., o..t.', .W 4,eld.kUI1l.l'.ae.ddluoo. : J,< 5 .'r.!>p, .r etJii i Accident i Attention.! to1. AH ;Business?. Intrustea.: "to tie...
: Addt'r' .v
Florida; ,20tscientifically:educated H H k Dr u..I1"'" \ ,
'" : MMWatsful practitioners .... ....' ;......'... loI.bltIC.O.c'.. .. :........ ... .j.. 118 ;" ., .... : '. ':
ae \ ..
I fi' empl. [.are Ll'Wllre..8ab..yotloU.rLJ Co" Add I t :
i1 jiE!" Wlt71Ogmdla......,! !lot.laud2w.adt9r; .. .rwhrr.. >r"" c: '" 1711 I ( I" N. B. "CARoN.OASHIVRI :
; ; : ;,
; w ; <. WH 1.,1.'..'. ; i .;# 118 Ana _
The manaflHpeiit of the 'i Institute"is, 11ak"IYllllihlsItobeit* ....A
r: wasted in'':,flr r llWaotteal iagrlcultnristl .M.r..i.I:>; . Boblrt 8... A'ddlrloa' .; a .' 1'jSj:... '1 ',M. w ', "811.. t ] I;" .', t.

'. $0 be stppotnterl t/ tbe"go'tei-hori'The 8 R TbomP.on'r.Y.. ..:. block OI,...".. ............'.... ........ ., ., ,.("" 1.1 i, ;. 1'1 I a ,
a.TbompeoD ..... lot 1 and 'ot t 8boemaker' Bob Diy If '
/..-missloner'of agriculture; Is to be, exi u< block HL..... ........ ..... ,: ' 54$ h
.K 'rII01BpeoII..MI. lot S Bboeraaker1*Sob Olr of"block .. i ",
t4+ J facto. pr .ldent'of4Ile' oard..1'c' QL ..'.p. ... .. ........h..1\f'-'.__.. >- "" .;es: 1! 10/1/ I Bonds. DR. MO FFETT'B'caresccsn4arl tae,

., ; {)Yebel; the"bill: ,to,"t''area.t.. yreV.F5r.5wotth LuI&J8.....;.....,.... lot all block blooJL'AI' 6 biockB8: ......."...,'.,..1..\.., :'. 'i.i '' ... r .92. fidelity Dbvrhoss.DyssnUry,sntf .

<'s.po s'and"Its 'enaotlnent,9r'oltld Hra .. JC l"ruore. 1 343g4,6and6bock7i I r..; -yy; r, w4it ,.,1'' 6 III 4J. .w the Bowtl TreublM .fths

... 'nark an'epoeh; "WTJIorlda'..agrtauUure," , (He1n1. ....rr... alU>look 14... ...lotlDoot" .......4WB .;. 'f;..,..''t.' I 711I .'ChlIdNn 01.tit, .. ,I
: v.d. ) ,
: 6u. . ,1
1M4bloc 7S ,. ; '''. 1118
r. E* Is directly to'llne I ;__itby? suggestions lJ 'Wheelar. .; .:,. .. . IJ' '4.(''f'''r "..'....'....' t (,?I. .a O M- ,AId DlgestlosR6jul.ts!
r Iota su4 ...
ur. ] Secretary';',WUsoo;; a.JJIL, p.,s.:!r., +.,H ,bell.. .. ..... WoocN:DNS ":'rte.7lt.ft 'I t,I* I 1f'4, : \'' \_' .062w .' M.. WILLSON. JR. "tllsti4tweh SVaa cuEETHI'HG
." I tD eu n bleak L ...-:..... : foe } Child asd Make*
conformity:,'wlth ;work already ,' JA4Bwe6.4..4i,44' \ Wblookkliad.libtockB:..' ;,t ,.. POWDERS) TEETMINaCASr." .f', <'

r 7 vtesnooeawfulOp_ jratlon iq several states, r eR r "1'......Sr. .... tIeu"-Ad.Udo.... 'j 55.. 1 .:.. ... : 11514: >at or IWI/ 2Sc Co c. J. CIO !j .
'c yrttoul to :MUiosota. .. 'won.kA.. ,1eplr>> ow5 Fiiorida"s"t "' ..: I b ..... ........... .'Di St. LoU, .,: r.i
rly ;
> Nsw York. ; 00.-patQ' Sony Cure.lrru tlone.nd a
8 Eibberd; h !! Co flues. and 1
; Thrush.
W : '. swiios& Iteft1ov..
';; 4 S .. Md PreY_
.. .. :" y block J''f'j.' .;.w." 18i A recent 'census :of Miami Worm' 11'
abam.. : r' 'C1'tdlta ..... y
: : ADDie .rker.Jo'i; akroh/a.r. :..,. &U. A. COUNTERACTS AND
f. .
... ',- ; 1. ; ..>;,; r A. 't 1' -- "" ;'rj. % VHrr..u//I t ', .92rI ,that city,.with population, of 5,000. THE E..aCTS. O!!,TH..SUMMal't..H.AT' UPONTi6THIN40MtL01tit '* -"il..b. ,
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The Kls&lmnrce. Vallcii J Gazette \GtTadsi, the tuner.;Orlando,,, x" .fl ',QsMHtttijorew o. I fa uofder; oblitfaoom 'Harry P e....h:i. a ..enlal;;. 'J good ,;'r.1

sl: L.,Lu'pfer lost' hit.fine Jersey, cow. ,:(\\ to,CS.lXWif:: ; Ward.and) WaHer'-tjb- 1ow,''who'... apewt mach of his life on'' .1 .",J ,
'Il., rg ,Tt/l..aNONe NO;.tt.< ,. r"UaGIIHKD one'day Inls week',, : ]:renof/ be.ketof'peae' .',front the ..the water;. be:has sailed the'ocean blue! ' 'II' II: ; .... r

.. .j -"- fP. A. Vans,. 'faint. NarooMee which asunder their In all: manner of craft and-never 'Jut.41 P

BVBBY. ,' !1fMpAXe. 'Orlando, Agbew{ yester'dar abtorneyatlawvitlted ,, "careT6e,, peaches.'were a*,fine"aaev. *o accident or a quaint of far of 0.Tblif ...' .Ur : : o ,l' 11US'

1. . . iT'P eQUND {er cane. lV ou.-oMoe andwe: will state experience and condition of mind' .
d'NARRlS.'ONURon'oiR. \ HQatt-but3attiidar,: last'a: lop, to'" .
: '> our appreciation:Of thefn "beD.y;; possibly ,Jo......, a ooofldeDoeln himself 1 ,- .

.or: ..y.lrereoorrt PrOt.., an4 Mrij.A, .'A. Sloipton.MIsajM . .". they-,ere soon fut| .where<,they ,}did the borderlng'oa' that; state.:that. is ,I ,.-----81WIl45!' ry
'j ; 0.., ;ar.on.len.e.teNb.'for most irood. said to go before' falls or possibly V. ft4kimV y

bath, II a.....sod-CMe.CR.-P4.wbtnr. T o.oiock. rr..y.r ebb'.mee&I.D1I e.>w, ''a llt amoag3>ar-friends In-Oeorg-i*. A little i faifr j'M".-.' and Mrs.. CttJu',1eeplor tiger'4jTwas .Incensed at -. ' shoe: 'dealers' le'1i'fl3ehoi; ) : o toait'

.aver,\Thonirtay III": 8und.7>s; at .7 p. n.' 'An; excursion bt Orlando people, to M. P. TJndall fell from",,,a ..window ai th' 'assurance. ; with which ,he;ventured [ It t. not our part to dispute! the; \ 'statement., '1>ut. -slhiply'! }y..;pUt'fietntnah

; < mO..lof.-'tfatr' ..., Putar., Tampa passed here_ :early.;ryestbrdaymorslog. their'horoQ last .Saturday from which' to cross It* usually placid depths lnka .. oidlme"befare'. itspublic
Brri C'wVII".l-o.. J. .JTler. Putor.PrcAc.blnf .- boat ...lol1e' .. .. oui / : ) ; r
... .. oat & determined 'td>!, in
rjr Sund Tll m and 7 p. m. she sustained a compound- fracture of . ourYeatene"
Tutius PeopW.- meeting AM i>. m. SuDohool .." spire'la him a'greater'respect 'for-.her I > $3 a Se e w I ; therefor and
'.4S *. m. Prayer rivaling.".rf Thanor 'Trespass notices, 10x15: Indies, ocloth the, lefo J tore arm. Dr. Thomasson : .(' '
d., J8T !I.1II..," printed at tbla office.,. Send'' 1n cabled'on*Sunday and set the fracture. magnitude? and pr4ercesa'by'I ? taking r ap." submit the r..uli, to the'unbi ;, _,

drat.f;JQHN'Ilvntor.IIr'tIOo..L:-Lajr CIIUIIGK- l'Obd..OOD t : :: btuu
n1( *. 8uod.; SM:1. Fun and In : : -
: a
manner .ltol et.ber'1nexpeo*
.. ev.nln..eMtce' by the R ctor third and four\bflandayt Caps and. Mrs n.., E. Rote and little ae well as could .be -expeoted.aWe + Soles n4. 'Wct: laimto" sell; *
of ftMh. moAtli.' *\ hope she will have tedby the ]jaunty sailor, In 'short, t tti\ '*.!
Mitw Muriel returned to tbelt'bome in a speedy 'ire. .. ;
P.&II.y.UIf C.u..C2I1..DI'I'lu. worabln on .
wary lint Bundcy and third .8und I.jr In e.rb Tallahassee today, '' oorer7K Harry was"shipwrecked Saturday: nearFleming's ; Like.Velvet r .I\IB6ttotSItOO.: } >.:
Morning aervte .t 11 111, s KrenK .Island 1 by>> a suddenluR of } .
R'onih.: rrlo* at : m. Soudajr School ..l Mrt. Kansas Warln#, of Lakeland Ml..' '.:liizEie: '.OOu.w i1es,' who has '' to '". ,w
service Ulod Thlathe
': TenderFeet ,
Ts n>e tlnn Thur . w.rybody arrived"here a'' day or two ago. and In been suiting the family' of her brother, time and, be'.//remained In the wa .

..serrlo.1* noatoonliallT''. a KAILIV tgat end fMtur.ALSX theta.- visiting among her.friends and. relatlves. : JHr. JT.. G. GoWwalles/'for the past twomonth t.erIoDa' enough to. get thoroughly' 6stShO:on' Earth"

,DAyraaop.; lap,'Of .. ... 0'' i ioir. l1 left for her home ,al Bowling chlllod.. Fortunately the accident was '

-- _. .. Kpxworthy wbo bali been visitng ,-j Green, ICy.;last, Sunday. taking her witnessed bf.ome fishermen who wentto : : .11I. C1urs:, jft j ':. -rHt;: US: t
''ta Otf9c1a1Weathar .port. the : little nleoe,.Edqa Oottwallee), ,with, her hit' TH AT TRIO' +.i I nS
family of.M\ KaU for! severaweeks rescue tt wan a .tltrf11Iug.little QUALITY; the name and f

Atsnaa1,TasnaArdrw.weetl 1t"11I1"0. June I'i9or 1tMnrreTa9aseaY () , will leave for her. 4hom"aE'lFt.Myers' . to spend. tb W.e"..'unamor loarn'that with Miss here grandparents. Gottwalleawas episode\ in, the' life of the young' man reputation (which t 1easuffl: !':" .q..q.cient

I to-night. lJIat,--.It.bQulrb It con aiDed but. little\ '
? '. -.. VN'11Duch pleased with her ..... 'guarantee of I its :quality ,
..... )tinsRfal : 'Min Jeannette Watson retiu.nedbOlDe' : of; the element of.d auger, ha will'notsoon )
visit to''Klsslmtnee.;, ., . T.oaON ,' r e aia-; *hlghftsti'best l :/
--:'"""'- a few days ago from tiynchburgVft. to ... ',
; .
rtM.V.. ........ 81 ill ... ., 'where she has been altendiuff theRsodolpbtfacon'Cbllege The election of officers' by friend-. ,'.--- EVNltblgltqueenly, : Toe name' >without'ite,
8.tnrda7..,...; .. 90 fill .... 'shlp/lLodge"/ No. 10 K. of.r. beld' Wed. ."""" """" '"! ". "! reputation- would coUni, no""
linn".,,,,, .......t.tMond.r M 7eD !: l during: the -
.. .w.. !IOt .. le\leral.mont.bll nesJ-ay',night for the ensuing term,resulted $ .b.ot A ipndua ot".ittb. 'trI shti" I + ott1er.'but."thi.t, i f
o' locals snare thanany ; ,
.Tnc.d.r.. .......,,.; "" . M'l.2&; pa. snrfollowBr M.-1-Ulckt-0. C; : Business "
wedne.dy..a.., e7 era : Ileif, H.: A. 'Forrest of Orlando, has stood the test of.time'and. service'and proven that the, giving 1 1\ ,.
Tluu."'"....... et fill :..II 1v. C. :4: Bandy, V. C; ,J. M. Gardner, '
: returned ,froirfNew York and will 'fll the name a.
s'.A. 'ciflPtloN. x Prelate;; .
'' - --
'. his appointment at the court bou.e'Jn ; W, D Harris, I., G. better .It outcf be four d/ Made to It ,- wear .'
-- this'at Ar :;' ; Flinch,, at''Daunts! ; no. na.m.e".or : m' < :,'v
--Our mtep for Insertion'of Bdvertlsemente'ambng :All' city! next-Tuesday"fit.7:30P Invited.Met : M.- .- J,- C. Griffin, O. 0. The e.w'omcer.i " ""f. 'made io last; made,for, ctomfoTt,'rnadijpf< '
the/readlng''' ,matter aji-ttprdially will be Installed brrtboirrU 'Wed ell- Standard HatteVnsi at Kate's.Vio1Su '
toule ( workman .
net and
material money : buy} made'bymost" ,
jL 'here' "
.Ot .Earnest arrived
thin paRe Is ted cents jet, line each In- a day night/ In July, whtch'eeremony. it Ic baoD'.. ''
utrtags, at ;on correct principles l ,. o.ld.u'"der'auarllrltee'and' : at: pr'toestbat'' :
'sertionJOCOCOCOOOOOOOCOOOOOCOOOO/ few days ago and will spend sometime is new expected, publio.t, 1'' I* n fli n At.* 4 .

Y .,. with I her daughter. ""Mrs Overstreeb, .Capt.Ji I. P.'Sharpev who !s in charge ,For real bargains go to Stanford's..: : cannot\ beIrnet'quality; for quality '!.here..y.r count'\ '' put" "quantity" $ > .' ;

berOre.chntloulnS'.JI.her Journey ,to Tennessee of tM U, S. dredae'boa, KUslmraee, Aoyar.4\ ) : heeting:91, 8c Stanford' and the only true. Value 'of" anyvshoq'; ? ;, '. ..- .- -- - - s y. ,,11 1

: .', will spend the 1 summer. wad in town yesterdayniorning.. From have '.' d f [ ..Y, t.. '" J). ._r' ._. I

:Local News. : .: '; ''. lira we,learn that operation ate 1:1'1: you 51'I seems n the bargain counterat ; FOR SALE; 'IN- ISSiMMEE.ONtY'BY, ; a ,

--- ..- --- ---,-- .. Mtase/HelenQaraonand Jeannette prcjceeding ,er,.' satltf actorll a'nin- 1.-' ', ..a ., .- . -( :.
: WatsonwJll }leave Tuesday'for ( Stanford d has lust what you want In
next specter i of the government who recently 'i ;C
:xl H. '
Pablq Beach to j join a house ,party of: I inspected Ihp, work ''reporting1' that new style! Oxford'' I. \ c Stanford :

' s "'Want8. htch Miss Lrdla.Uarr.llaujlhter oHon. the.wprk so far.had been accomplished DaUlft Axe Shoes a.' specialty. ...tyUIC4S" \. ., .

i r 1'' .Phone your ., J. M.. Barr. of Jacksonville. 'will <),n_less. time than was allowed it.- : & Pratton. ..., .._.__.' ...--.-:J'J. ... . '. ...".r\ ; ,'!.'!
be. thehosU-t, About three thousand feet ,of bulk-, An up-to-date line pf ieD.'" Straw '
do the
0'11 running.
i Proto' '. Vowel and Mr. J. A. Raybo'n" ; heading'bave been put down.< Hats. at..-Stanford'Old --. *.-... : ..Tils Orlalnator( /0; r Low .Prks.) ::. :I tn ,Klsslmmee. ,6;." ./ 1..

al : ,KISSI eE DRt ].. Co.. _' agent for .the Philadelphia, School of ,fl'\her.a illness ot.ten days; or1 two papers aoc'per hundred at the \ Iff

r- Na'iural-Setcnoe left_ on Friday last : Valley,Oatetta pflloeV, .
weeks with Mrs. Mary tAnler -
: : t
. . .
Ka -
See Tress adv. for trlp'do1ll'q the'river" locate the (.JVV :: .:" '.
a to wldowrtMU bert> Lanier, who Stanford. hole agent for Douglass ,:. r )
i Yes, the weather is. warm. loJlan founds in that eeotfun for, future preCeded her to the ffrava.last Novem- Shoes atKlsslmmee.. . << j
exploration, ber home Inn,ICttsimmceas . MV V V V V VVVV VyyV '
Some heavy rattle thisweek.. her, died at r '
The .Klislrorace! 'The t>"doge prospect Is still fine.Fl >loredKSuhduy & Urattoa'si '<.., ;' TliyJEI r :
: : pools will picnic hereon: the 20th.- to Crabgrass. Saturday. 'for intern.ment .; "i i i inni' ii. .. i i i '. it NOW IS THE.. f

ran pi'Use lake' lsjjpod.' The> b& invited the schools of Orlando -. l In'the .famU,. burial ''trround.;.... .Fry a pair of Que -Quality :Shoot.: 1' '. .
+ '. Panl quotes prices Inh'lt ad.;' Bee daughter' "Uncle''' Greet' Sold, only by gtanford.8ubscribe'for . .
) l ,)3 tow and Lakeland to join : She was a of ,, ,. .
JI.., ... : '\ wl..1t.hem. ;rs4tfduced railroad Vales Nettles;wai'en'e eicellentlady: a cofilstentChjrUtlan'an -r."The Designer' ," at \ '' : I

II 'alth,. of LhecommuuTty; iiri1 lh.'U.- harts bprirsocu. >! oellent.* '. . i J- 'J : .
'We are requesteaHo-: state that, the l n the who"wlirtcjTCt, ret to' 'learn A beautiful line df pi din "'dd'1I.rured. J

Mr. Hllllard .nd family. ,were I la at picnic for the benefit oTttyt pupils of of Jber death; Lawn. at Guice. Urau-on'a. ;. .PRICKS! (WILL. BE' REDUCED"ON,' "ouifilENYiliB'\ : 1.iNax: +
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t ,
l' { narrow17'mined r : "
church t"Sundajr Alls I3et-tlo- Johnsun 'wluch ttras' announced ' Dr., and Mrs..;Thomiiaon. Subscrtmlonv! received for, ''The-Designer -' ..' ....
.. :Mrs. P. D. Clark of Tltusville spentatGrdaj for" -day at MHl Slougbwas being mlxeiFup In .runaway *.* at.-80o per year. 'At Kati's.. !' '(
h&d' , All, .on.* :Indebted' to trie :Will pleas"e1&\'t".nd\ yZ
< ta thecltjr.. pestponeil) until next Friday,.12th. 1 1astSundavwhich nlllbt'httv. "arous pe pay;
w.I leave termuiatlo'n. ..At'It, was ''they 'Stanford, b... 'jaat received tlE nee their accounts, as same must. be olo.$ ed "'u p, . '
Large.!halls'tones fell here Sunday. Conveyances town at 8j30;; lot .Spring Dresa Goods Call and '. _

No damage done, however, a.'m'.v, w(>rja thoroughly' drenched-,, 'by the tee them' ;, ., >4 i ,
'3 'WBBBr .J
' Miss Bets. and Edward 'Hallattended heavy Vsjnwhich- fell .and the only . '- e1'f:: "' $
Ernest Solver ', went down } Ladnte, '
Master; Dodd '
"Dororthy Shoes
: tuil3'guaranteed
are ; .
soutI5. last.Tuesday ri'ilng. 'Colleire.commencement exercises om.atRollins damage and a tairied;.was They a broken were, returnng.honie wheel- ''I.. only D'! you-take no risk.' Sold c:, J'' W:.: WATS' : ;: ONt, '
ac by anD. '
I Mr. U. M Pf..DIt.1a spending, tho. panled home'on their They.were l'eiUrri by A'thelf from 1 Tlndairs. when the .... ,, .... q '. -
Wet In Jacksonville on business. horses became'frl htened at the'.pelt- Just i-e elved' new lot of Embroidery

' Dlaste 'ed Moore:S.or"
, stew days <'witlf! 'F rybts'TslsUirjfMUsParties ( who' will tpen"4 a few 'dayii(With j them alnstoirnT< ,of,that evening.: Tiny. ,madeItdasb'sma.hln4 The handctmlest"line(;'of SpfipBr<<,, and F '. ,....', .. ..,. ....' ... ........., ,. .," .,.,. .'. '0"'" . .
Clarrl.Moo.. Ir l ; J) thejjfront\wh\ ei lj;/of Summer Dress Goods ever.*offered In tfi!6rc@lfEv'@ '_
!k ,* beforiS"returnlnH .to their home 'at'M ; ... 4EiE4i. .
: aJestaVFla. '. .
town at ;> '?"'."" .,\ <' '! ''''; ; '''' ". \ .I.t, <-'
desiring r ilestate In Kitslmtnee J . '.' ". .' -'l" .'" ;' w,. the back\ and, bringlng'.tbe'end" b(>the .Kate's.Remember ( ; 'Jjt.:, \ .) ,lIe":;,,1. t .t""r"1'.r; : > ; :,'Y' ;. : ,,. .

will do well t&ommunlcate pole against. pine tree 'which. threw ... mmi(i
'I -; n. E.-McLaughlln was in town on with each ,purchase'one 'BICTOIE SBOPThoniplson's : '
with. Hubert., ., Fleming. I business this week,:, ..making! thetrip- one of them'dver'the, pole. The borera'were free ticket to the' S14.00 Top Buggy, ...tpann' '" ; :
them held and .
easily finally ->
Store. -. *
Mr. Ronaa Thomas has move hla to and from Olney on horseback.- We ,B. in ., uj-s.ii-ii ____| t_"__[.' ...*- I j>1I ,
a new'home In south Klsslmmec" wh are noi..urebut1t, Madame:
'he has recently bought; correct bo- would,bedelightedif:; necep"iryVto .Mrs ,O; IiV.. ,Taylor: .entertainers. ai' 'We will f ..nI8h. Store WoM', delivered '1! ,. : .

Mr, O'QuInn l and', mmtly', have walk: twice the distance. in "'Tbin bles",Friday afternoon: oompllmentar to any part of town at 1.00 per j ;

moved to nprtnKUslDunee} ';'where :order ioVsecure// certain document! 'to her aunt, .Mrs'.Thos':, VaDuxer /> Strand, ., MA.YNAUD\ CcubKa. Co... ;Wilso ;Pr.o : e

;,i they will make Joh leiirj/uturw! home..Cadets .. .'. ..bat.\b prtzeoNabove( 'all other'.earthly. of KissimmeeJFlorlda. Interesting For saute .. ij pI q'F. .
> I :y!j 7,
that 1'
Ider aUonsT ,concerning coun..ywere {
'" npward tulle)' and Marion con s Durerand One Sraalleyv No. 6 drag saw ,and : : ,.--....,'
told Van ,
. w;; Carton' are at home from the, S. P.;' Jf :A'lIbero'Jan name tf flyers, y\"erij6jea: J Mrs by.f.he. Ladles present.great two V foot .sws;' one,, Peacock ';>oodsplitter j j Bicycles 'cleaned and repaired. .' 'F till tine ,,Sun*' l k'

'ryt JJartow for the summer vacation, who'camo here from Sanford shme tbne ., 62 inch ,wheel 4 inch C C f\ '*'$
: pflr./.Bi-yIc'.
'" A novel addition to'the dainty refresh: fly ; : ... .Cod tires $ per ,, \
1 ::'net. J,x 1'* v*.' ''bu'! purchased ago'fell from ...wajlO upo.b1eh'. he m 'nt..' which were served, ,was', 'Kum azloons}, I'eaeoekwood: splitter, complete i[' boughtand-spld ; *;"" '* ;' "*
T. John t'ad6t'llta'm.t'at marketandA i , ,"' a fruit which,:'waa'brought shafting, pulleys ,and ''Connec 'ij jl ,: i.i'iil'.drie8"alvray9onhand ; ;>' < ..,>j ji. *
;1 Harry.Wood. J.O'assist h Ira In this morning and ass result aUIJ' : tions;' all now and Used ,but'-little.Splitters .-; f' E ,- ; ,
rom.g1Qr'ida by'jt.he guest.of honor.
4 running l U.l \_ ,_. ., .' : fractured tigh..D; !",ThomaasOI1 ( Mesdames P..Fates ; guaranteed to split'any kindof = ;. :./7 J
-i'1tII/-! / Tbe-Jt1l81t11ncluded -
? '
. tti. Frank li'asa has T ..I i contract r for, re- set quietly the:,iimb A: short tld-the turn::patlunt of thd'wagon Is,, resting George Slemantel, ,' William Va. CO wood.percent The of 1 lot.,value.Is offered It Interested at about t"tt1ttJtt1't1t"ttttt1't'tt1ittt'J""tttJt"'Jtt111' ' ' ". 1ll1''# :;

.t.: pairing and remodeling( .the residence. . ;' sender, W.-'U. Harris \\T. A. West communicate with .the Valley Gazette. = NORTH '1<188IMMBB; _r .Pt49N'I
. tuwP ;
recently bou bt'by Duller. and" Ware I ciuiKPtl bllQ'to 'lose'hlii; balance and over/z.; t..'Simmonq.V; E:,,Laweronce, '1C. o*.,

[ Ing from Osborn .the fall l J. and. fracture resulted.: -.J\.j.Ll cUJUJ H... .Moue@pOttawaIanlilerald. ;. W ,GRIFFINfancy I ,#' ,'
t U, O-I'il';' o,-T nrpa..... hero-S Lt;' 'Waterrnelpnaa! ; enncl ipls! 'pVoches., ( \ . ... . I.t'lt. -r,1 1:,,,
uaday superintending the shipping of berftes: of 'different .varieties; tomatoes A party of about thirty lnoludtngMr. t'a

y several carloads, of cattle purchased cucutnborsi; beans; pets,,, potatoes ,'and Mr..; O,, W. ''Bass, "Mr: and tMs, d

.3 of the I>e, Parsons Cattle. Co. corn, are. among'the' fruits.and.vegetables' Mrs.: JasI: Padlk. Mr. .-Vd :Mr-' w. C.BassMr. wa family :Groceri & ,

Dr. Thomassoa returned from:New! .in-this' market and .that are! aqd..M 1'..,)f. J.- Bass. Mr

't Orleans! a few days,'auo.. ,He paneda being dally shipped/? !Soon: ., pineapples nd;Mrs/J.. ''IX ,Overs treet, .Mr.'i andMrs.M. 't} &&f\ ''
I tlm there 'ua\lo8l1eic.. will be.added to the; .-N. Ov,, rsti-eet, Misses '''BottlendJeana '
pleasant and "profitable
[ but very)h e'sslys''"there's i r! "no place, like list; then the winter fruits and vegetables .. ; Gardner" ,' 'Messrs.. Lanpauik ; :Erj: :; S :JS.Lr: :iI4 s:: ;" J
rome.', Which ,: to .
bom.."' will ( only' goes and.Burns Caldwell and others a "* -'! V-i'.S

Fourteen'.J applicantsfor '..teacher'slflcates show thatbutfor'lazlness:,; a' person hose'names we.failed to .got 'had. 'day at any:hour.. patronage'solicited} | ;'1'tlv8..on Lb'fai of the 'land here. ttany picnic and fish fry",at'' Redland Ham* Delivery'every: ; : ,_ s ; q, '

,ea,;1 there. this have week taken: four the of xamlna-whom .' time.14rsE.F.jIall. ' .' . flock on- Reedy Creek last. .Friday" cutuil Ll ilhlihiluulii1111ilci{ 1 1111tllullll 1 11 iiucl l itifi( i lilfui' Pf: .;

re.for flrst grades'vW j'will: giveib *. and here' daughter, They:caught! about a. hundred pounds

result In our next iasue.. Miss lye; Cl ugh,' left:'--on, Saturday o't.( trout-Hiome.Lof them ten''pounders. .. . '. . .. \. .'<'I _,'-- ":l!- :::M..t:' ,: '

J..M. llerretdrnedfromthergegl last for Columbus( G.., where they. and spent a most delightful da1.i.1ui
} will' spend./several ,topnthsy .)Vhlle Icnlo.was. gotten tip'iff by nor of", : Mr.tnd'Mrs ; '. .
Monday 'night "to '
; ;Tampa i
uesday to meet a buooh'o( ..ttl.head .'sway Miss'Ivey ,will take -a' special : ,,Jas. 'Paulk oftC..iro/' ..., '-: MUC1d'MEAICINEts' "" ;; r : \

to music from Protes.dtChase ho''were'on: a visit to .their. 'parents,
drl.lere" He brings' 4, 'good course ; I L
; ; '
ro; I report of the'condition:of the.cattle on of Columbus'' ,' She 't(. already: ;regarded .Mr, ,and\ Mr.o. .W. Bass.-; . -noi' 'necessary' if' some Is P; I.CITYBAER4a t ; ; : :' "<' 1, .!(.

Ithe range., at a very talented .musicianand: Klsilmmee! I. the loser'thie, week t of taken before.the'.ailment'gets.a / ,. .. -, -):;:-. ,:. ,1"/ ,,,,:t...

A,Treat hat received '> large and; with the development! 8sPeCted.: /from two of her; brightest,,) best and most hold on the system?, v', ; $ <.. '- '. ,' "iliiS' .). ;

I handsome peanut toaster' this.week- her training thor she will Indeed rlve dptiiaf':young men,who' left' yesterday 'One d.ose.ln time is 'better",". ., .1. ...i.. "'\ .J.'fJfA'.IJ'J ".'
herfriends many hours ''of pleasure Yor their former- pomes--Prof. J.. than'a'dozen bottles: later., .. ..1 }. IV : Lt.,
. .
When "fired( up"' It proved O. I{. and ; ;-. Fine r.; ,,;:'' . f
,' win no doubt' ,be 'a '.source'or''' much when. the returnshome. M.; Wood Atlanta. Oa., and Stanley13nrroughi This is the time"to, take. .. 'A. ,'", -1 1, ,
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I pleasure. to,the:*n>illboy, l i.and ',some. . The i lady'ye editor; .bo &:da with': 'U SuinpterJ, S. C. The; first something for' the.-blood.-w;, 'L'. Ine. f" " n .' !. .,:.;,.. ". 0

; that are noftosrflalUTU; well. generallyahas/ ''first rate., :gardener Sod I named has been assistant Principal ofthe'High.Schoolfgra 'One of,the many good. gl 1 / /, ;' :'JnradA.

t. omoer.'ritth. ) heretofore managed to" supply ,her j ; .*umber of years : : ..Lilt. ._ ,.
In the election ( State \ SPRING TONICS'we'can'recommend' fi' ., ,... t" .
....blowl, "vegetables In' ..hell'.lealon j in which capacity he has been faithful to "
i I Dental Aeeoolation,4Dr. J.V.'Slmpison' : ) ,i' % APefjectHcalfliCUUDS olft. ,#! 'f. 1 )
I .'name member"of from""her Thi.' season J!. punctual\ kind and firm! with. ; his ; shoufdbe-, a cd, SOUND SOBK9 AMD VWOOI '. '\ ,w': "rs' I .
as a' I .
Ithe Executive appears ommlt4ee-quite wcornrpllment ; however, "i*the' family1 4J'1'lved'1).erub' |!:students; and bhts. general., .deportment , taken. Clean. outtthe body; Goods' Crft .f1J.; : :_ .
late,,her ( line'b : :people';Jhaa, endeared ,'r:t J. .
,operations IQ.That, among ,
to him; he being one' .of the36ungestmembars'ot 9'.t'.t' pur before the hot weatherThen,. ' '.'/1 'i.;' M', 'If'" F'1'1.. ,
been until"fall.. X7owe'veithe himself andwon: lobe pi all. '
I the association. suspended; : toy respect ,,you cah stand it.betters I I". .. !: ..
deficiency ;nas been abundantly The lauerbat ,been engaged In a. posit .., .. ;1..
;MitsLUU, rarnsworth'' will, .clots supplied.;by1' the' good/'nelgbbore ,'ta i Ion of less prOmtnence( 'yet he ,has . -i \ ?f...... ".

Iber klnderg'arUmC/chool: today 'after whom wears: ordered 'to',excreta': J her also'proTen\ j 'himself. worthy' of.,. their. ' Orange'iiaxninock-, 4Ar ::1", M'j {' ;

la vet'.succestf ieaeon'and will\ 're- thanks, /Their generosity bespeaks I,cgnfldeuce and'esteem. It'.it with:; re- Kissimmee Drugf Co.: 1 ,

|IMlss tarnberhone), Far ns worth at KlsslmmeeSaturday.made: many: friends.- thelr.nobility; and .uch4x\eodech all'newopmers ,4ret that' ;Kissimmeeglye.athen/ ,'up .. --!. <11'. ./11
pere" swho hop to-tea her in ;Sanford mates. ''IIf.'among. ', ;''tbWa. { and tier:p >qple.jrlll: alwayVhear l frotdl ,1 '
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: IQe 1, Jlncleed : ; J:;, .J.them with muqh pleastfre.\ ., '1> '1. '
pleasure :
4eoon--SanfgrdCbrop1cle.! : ( "
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; .;,.i4'I'! , .I,:)Io_........' ,: .. ., "'. ,.... ....., ....Ale ,it''!.' 'C'"" ., 1 < :, ; "' '.).';'',, .... d"\\ Sd:0": ". ..' \., : '10."j M
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---V Tfie rIY TCI ll 'ns now much money she took. JOHN L. BEAiVn: A Nr

,; be bashful; make It a hundred

say; two. We've been bled before; ;
IN a' doubt. 'we can stand, .blccdlni "* .

Tbere." seemed to Lowndes to beomething . 'andQueries. Sale Feefl'

pathetic In the rough irony Will you J'nn: give me .a plain-Mno i Livery ; g M* .
i the :plan's tone,. he began to feel tt.entiCu; --exportation! : of e miralle. "so the ,
t ."M'J, 'ly understand it? .
; ,sorry and ashamed that be nay STUDENT.s. .
allowed himself to be r Stable..
persuaded Stable.
./ ml In 'described] .a A reflatedsjjlcture ]
|nt6 this"adventure: The pretty; pals,: sage/ .. __
aeelVlii .
of distant objects pccuU
standing mute behind her uncle ; 1
r atates of the atmosphere.. If two
uncle himself with the -dull per. .
media of different densltltii t
In his eyes steamed to him in trnuhijareut!
Florence onKiii contact, n ray orilght.Jn the : ' i irt Town.Affeiltfork
/ ghostly; light of the early .morning . Finest Turnouts .
inclined at a angle
denser uioiUuni
_ Author of-"The Mouse 6r\ o utterly; broken down so bewildered,

V loo rrrVl,,b'; 1 eN. t, > Into the lifter medium but will be

CHAPT&n. Continued.: '' VL: lassT. ; )out" with without of the them.question.exchanging But this,'.of. further course. jdaocjpd pace when\ tha Internally Jjjlinjfe. : ,I"*Ills,seea probable the atinosII'HMO that- S.tau 'ard Oil.ODlDany.1 !

The,young' man Lao been much dls- at '"I hnve-tnd"nothing taken." he sold; U annnuetHu' ''lo'Ylrlo't! : different. .

t .appointed that, the first night of his cle, lly:' "Nothing whatever""Your ..
stay under the roof of the Blue Lion think the was maybe tillS:)', KO that light/: proceeding fromobJctta .
tho woman ; In the lower strata.suffers. 'In-: .
; Dad passed off uneventfully.' The we look round by of J
; a way I
?'4; ond however folly mope up for this "I the tImer' suggested;; Claris kernel jeflosloir,: and form for-the oV I

lack of esdte ent. .Bo fearful was be In the same grim.tone.; '- terror the Images', which constitute- theml1'lI'e KISSIMMEE
of voice ; just as in a long, low room,
missing a possible visitor by oversleeping Lownde,was silent "
) ''blmlelf.)that he never. closed I-M ," t celled with looking glass he would see
t "And, pray' If I may make ao bold .
his, eyes at all; and he was rewarded : on the Inkeeper In a threatening both the 'ndof tbo room and Its tnvctte EO't7TE.

for bis vigilance' when between twe If a .'' after a few minutes' pause (l Image/ ; or, in other canes, wheretlnoObverver'and RIVER .

and three' o'clock he beard a. slight even was she like, this woman" ; / the object are above -
.' noise at his 'and later tone, the healrd I stratum be Bees If'aud ill .
door a moment ."I couldn't sec. It. wan dark ;you STEAMER ROSEA.DA.CaplalD' .
1F saw: dimly that there was a figure : \\';"'-' ... Image liltIt formed by refleotlon ill STEAMER LILLIE Johnson Jr.
e ,moving In his' room. /: "But you're sure it was a woman' ; of wnu-r. CJa)' Job lon. Sr.: captain Clay
his weelrty-trlps to Basstnger sn<,t return. Roseada leaves Klasim-
+; He held breath while the Intruder ; ourae 1"There. Regular .
: t, went softly toward tbe head of'the wan perhaps a note of Inter I. DoeR the moon in its different phase mee Tuesday morning, and arrives Klssimmee Friday evening ,

bed, making no noise. feeling about In .Claris' Irony this time. rrowtb tare nny of..influence need and on plant the germination? 2. Do and the Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort 'Myers on the Lillie .i

Stooping, eearc lnc. At last, When the But "Yes" answered: Lovtndos with a :hungc! oC the moon in any way affect! the Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable. }

;' Sffure.? which could now be discernedas fling more 4 decision, "I am sure of that :empemliire of the atmosphere or the Tile most picturesque Waterway in Florida. .
that of a woman' reached his ; tte of the weather? 3. 1* there any con. Palllencer'anI- Freight Rates apply to .
moved like a woman and had a section between the time-of.the rimg aVid For i
jlothe..ud began bunting them the mind. head and a woman's skirts.. ,letting; of the moon and that of the.. 1s.iy'hi. ''CLAY,JOHNSON.; SR.; Proprietor
amateur: detective. allowing his 'excitement ," aaw her head as. she got-out of tbe and flow of the tided 4. Does the On board "Llllle," Klfslrqmee; Kla. "

is to get tb --t>etter of him!'op "and I saw her skirts moving. ibi'ity: to prel the bark from trees depend r .
7i n'and_tenur_ on the ag* of the moon? ...
,In bed,. making:* Ingoing I 'so, Just 'ou'But when I got down to OLD PROBABILITIES. .

t p noise to arouse the ,attention of the grpund." ". 1
,1 .watchful thief. The next moment she at | "AndLJhat'a all) you've" got to ? 1. Modern scientific men sayilt lias
say '
1 ; 2. No -tbe lIelentlfte1t MAN HIS OWN. -DOCTOK.
tone ; so tJJ 80r.S. EVERg
.had darted across the;room, and out; then Nell tell us what you saw." .
at the door. But,tbe being dre.. ,. !S.: Tie, moon lisa a. very (great Influ- Hamilton M. TX .
1 young man And he tumeJ triumphantly to his 'By 3 TVyers! -
'.' >ncc over the tides but there is lid con"lection ;
prepared for such a contingency as .
here!% between: Its rising; and setting A. 800-page Illustrated Book, containing valuable Information pertaining -
_ t t this, sprang out of bed bait-dressed .
Nell was standing opposite the win tad the flow and ebb .of tbe tide. 4. bow to treat and
J to diseases of the human system, showing
and dashed oat to the landing in
0\\ and Jlie gray light of the morn We do know of scientific reu- contains of .
The.womaD Who not any eurs with simples of medicines. Tbe book analysis
+ pursuit, had got the start '
tone came-over tbe top of the shutters IOU why It should BO depend. eonrtthip and marriage; rearing and management of children be- A
of him and was by this time half-way "
on her face. It was white '
with weary sides valuable. prescriptions recipes, etc., with a foil complement offacts
w Up the, attic staircase. He followed
dark .
there were lines under the
? What length of time is a generation< in materia medics that everyone should know i
her.. sew beropen the door of the you .
., which were heavy; and lusterless. RUBE.
r'r' t room' on, the right anel' BO It.. lie for? ; ... Word she uttered boreso the This most Indispensable adjunct to every well-regulated household will bi Wj I
'beard the key turn In the lock; 'Withi -. sent odd It In uninlly computed at thirty threerears mailed postpaid. to any fcddref.i, on receipt of price SIXTY CENTS.:
man thought-an stamp as
oat second's hesitation, be flung himself truth and sincerity three gciigiatlons to. a century. Address lr

:'with, all bis strength against/ the into "I woke' up suddenly, hearing a loud ATLANTA PUBLISHING: HOUSE m'DIT*
What \is the meaninq- of the "avmr "As TI.AB1rAQA.
JL'Cjr door. :It, shook,. it creaked: another I saw the door fall In and _nad at a March hare" 11.-\Y8Et:D. I J
,neb blow and the rickety old framework o rush through and get. out of
_ would give way... Just as' he ;: window. I"up and looked March bnre Js. a ('ol'rup"tton'ot"Marllil"

_F' burled. his weight lgamstthe door for of and saw this gentleman sliding hare. hares are wilder In .
By :nnrshes than elsewhere beca' nc of ,
t" ;
the second time howe"ube beard
from the roof oTthe outhouse
the: unmistakable sound of.tbe'CpeD'of - ered. the ground." on their great .flatness and the absence of : '
to b hedges or cover.L Florida East Coast ;A
the window of the "
room. "I didn't see._ you Interrupted .. ;
f ?yl' 'r The next instant tbe door gave way ...*, sharply", with another doubt. rift .
she it pMfcible for four men to withautirtrtming
under the of his blows and hey "
force "You did not look up, replied the
: a heavy man lying rigid upon
: dashed Into the room Just in time to with composure. "You ran away the !floor! It i. claimed that bv the four LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.NOHTHBOUNOUAO t

1d ,see-a bead disappear behind. the sill of, make gb tbe garden to the rill ht. I lien innmring in unmon while the oivf toM . ,
d .the open window.. I If he quickly and ran downstairs > lifted it expiring they run lift him like- SOUTHBOUND-DEAD INN .! UP. _

.,:Cashing through:the roomwithoutainoment's ; out by; the back door to see what i feather' RUSSIAN: MIKE. '' -- i '
V J1 i We dd not think !U.: is possible for 53.09 Nl.1I1: . tATIONt. Nw9I' Mo.19 -1.\.\
; ; hesitation the young felIftwJ the matter. When! I got out yon Dally D U,... : g Lally.; Ddly.
reached tbe window, and lookedofeCihTbere four men to lift a heavy man lying -V_
:, dd scrambled' up the bank: and were N.
was'the_sloping! roof ofaiCeutbonse been to uncle." 'Itld'; uon the floor," without any ei- 00 IO5 Ln..Jeetaonv .............. .. 'l'a p
kept my rtlon on their part. The only eiplanitlon - 0'1 I 0 ... ..,......... ........8t>J.ekeoiivllle. ..... ......."L" of. Up 0-4 -4
underneath and
_ although Lowudes said nothing; there was : U fO 10...a ........ ........Bt. Au""u.llnn..:-.-...;."..... .. ..a eel5Q p > N lit
I' he could see ,no one, he flung himself was to cay. But although It is we can offer fof this experiments 1110. ...... .. ....:.. ... Uaa.inge............ .. ... .&i5a 541p JITT z
out. 'slid down' the tiler and foundS ; that the act of attention to breathing 2 < t. . ... ... X.I'al.'kM ... .. .. ._.. .. ... _.t.aa. t +r =-oof J'
; '! that he had not given much at ogcther, distracts attentlori from the < d T:it 1flO. Ar .. .. .. .. .......I.I..a.. .... ...,.., .. ..L.ri... T 0*' 01p0 1
himself precipitated 'quickly if not and when he burst into tbe upper : -L. It1M1aLv. ..... ...........Yal.tko..A. 51M1a I....I.. CCDZ '
''t.l- .:Very, gently to the ground. Then be on to anything but the window and effort( of lifting. We have no doubt or -'Up- -..a-W..L.- -. -......, .. "lt1D- "
, .aw'a dim something moving. in front be felt convinced ;whatever that it dynamometer placed a: ;): ........ t6a L"...... ..... ....$a. M.wo ....... ... ... .....4. .10. "I ill "IIC- 4i,
escaping figure
I I"t '' Between the hands of the lifters' and a ;: ... ".,' 'ti a Ly" .... . .. eoas- .... ... .'.-L; -..w1'1/ m :r o '
,p 'Of. him. under the trees, and he fol- hussy If there bad been a person In bed e ] lip .. .....,: .:.Buanen.nm..... ...... .... loe I -4'I
4 h lowed.: anger the room he 'should have seen her he man to be lifted would show that a, ZD" 44p :..:............,..r.Dupons.......... .... ..... IWa ,a.. "ms: i
'" real stress forth equal to the ... 110 Iip. .._.... ... ...... Ormond .. ...... ... ..... lit a IISI .
that was DaoP ,
L J'. 7'. 'The shadowy something paused.. A heard some cry some word to Indi put :SCe t p..................... ?tan a........., .. ..... Iii .it
II 1r1'e.caped him a low A her.presence. freight of the man. lifted. k U not a = .... :.............PorlOranRoO.k ...... .. ... .. a Ilea is.Pr ... PI
_ cry of triumph effort' to lift of 1 iIi Up...................rewamrraw..r,... ..... I 4lea '
.as, be 'found that be ,wee gaining on which "Now you've heard another story., Teat a quarter aDlll.n. IS p.........,............ UIII....;.. ,..10......... 15. 11WpCw !
';',.A; .:the creature be was pursuing.'. Butt begging your pardon I'd sooner ind one can do It wltbofit taking much q6/I 'I p ..n.............. TtluiYilU.......... ........... 14/a 111.a p :: 9O-4 .'
..... ............ ti a"
p p. .000000&"IfiIt .
,iI'' .,. %d next moment he uttered a cry of a. down -her word than yours; ,"" :jo t Ice of tbe effort The explanation: intrlctly .I.> ties List. ....."-..........,.,"Jloc..I.. ... t<::, ." iMtasaat sort and a much louder'one ." suggested Lowndes In a con., psychological. There are ninny : IISla .............. ......." GAliiLg \.,,.....,... Ulla Q IpAt : :
: Iii It sa. i.I' ..".r..w.l.fbourn. .fr........ "snI ) '"
.. :':' : '' a* bit found himself precipitated with to tone, "do the two stories con. 'Imllar examples putting/ forth.greatfforts 4 OUtID. ... .......... 1 1 ...
t'Iif i-zreat'suddenness: Into''abath of Ice"cold pair.: <,t each other! All this ? without being; conscious pf'Tr.', 01. Ur ....... ....../.,,*+'* 8..1.. .............. {01\1'\ 11 liT ::11I:11011I : '
". young for from << 'Sla. tSp .................... .,.1.1>1........................'.. Ilwe "''CoIIO>
.,' ; ? .water. says Is that she did not tWe! .the is, example one escaping a 9s.0 ...................._TII>""S..-........,. . ..... I" ire o. ..4
Not''being acquainted, with, the le ) pass through her room.-" burning building; and carrying: a per jE: .Ia... IN. lip.:..... .. .. ......Edrn.: .............. . . Ill p IOWa.
S geography ... .. .. .......... ... . ... 10'h! ,2-4
,_. iI\1\: 9 : of the place:)be had walkedstralghynto stairs ; "No nor anyone; else, either" burst ion in "big. arms, may do feat ol .IIIln ;tea ,,1'.4.. ,,..."' ...... .. .. .,.. ..... 'f'l' f0 ape ,:" : :
"' without It which .. ..... .... . I I/oxx
1;,,'i. the little river. Cries and "what; ; George Cia ria. aa It his patience strength knowing ..... a .s. juplier. ..... .. .. . . (14 II, 1011 0 551* I
se .shouts quickly brought him assistance, It at last exhausted. "An' look here ;iyould not be possible under ordinary F. IN tSr..W..P" :. BeaohBnjraton .. .:.. .. . 6 "z".
iJ to arcumstances.What WM Cue Op ... .... ... .. ..... . (I't.
t tor'the Landlordwho had I been already won't It.Dd.uo man comlog'dowD It. 2 01. I s'.J!..................h.h1y....,.. .... . '" ..J aeoa'Ooof>> s s
;, awakened by the hammering In' room, ; to spy about and taking fancies II. I' I01a 0.1' .. .......... .Ft LMdr"uc.| ..... ... .. 11 qp /eye p.>
:of the upstairs his it meant by.the term "codfi.h/ aril e M as.. ......... ... .. ..... Hall..I...... .. ... . . 'p 15 a ia ,
). door.-caula out in Lie ail breaking/; into the :iocracy?" LOWER\ FIVE.Thisr aso a .. ,........... ..........1Mm.'C1I1..... ..... .. . .. "Ia Z .,
?v r night-shirt and ,rescued hlnr with a Now ; ; ; of my' bouse-not for nobody Macs is ,, AI'........ ...... .. Mla8\1 ... ........... .7.s' fg rl.. ,
\l''t self r is a term originally applied to
boat-hook sir ;
I. ) so you can just go np stairs SCIIKDULE3: O7 DRANCII LINES i''
I ? KU 'The;thief sputtered the amateur about pack ;your portmanteau and clear jertnln Massachusetts families thatbact _

4. (V:J ;detective with chattering teeth. "The And \ between this and breakfast time. grown wealthy; from the cod fisheries BABTOSD BBXVOH. f ORANGE CITY, BHANO1L $

..' r i thief;. I've touod-hef.putt I've found ; another bit nor drop will you be Af present the expression III .
., "lIet'I" sickly with tinder my; roof. And you need to denote people that make a vul-. 1I"i, STATION. 1111.; SiTTil: Hy I I TieTT Dally STATION!. rHiTir I D.13Ially'TirrCOtp $
"What thlefr' dawn Just tell the three ;young scoun jar display of recently acquired wr.nltb.Ind f 05 i*...... 'It..YI :....... ..y
i said Claris, surlily, gard are lacking la intelligence and re.llemeDt. T 1" ..T............Mima............A.j'.0.I > 1010aLv'lI.Sm,. ... ? lop dragged the shivering. man J to-' ." that sent you that whatever they .1 L", ...........O>tean........,..Aril M a ', I II (I a ,.". lAk.H. en .ArMil' I 'H 4 J.t!
;; "'';'wardstheVback-door.ofrthe Inn,with 'to'.call themselves they're no .. : .B' *rpriM....._..Af.n; so alr'll i i"1 II 83: 144>, ;"
:" ,." "ino !gentle band. "Who do you, mean How' I-I know them jlm see a ........... Btnfurd .. *,....:. aLv l. u... ..It.t.Io'Ja.'L"U.: _\ : 40 Ie hS.

;- ""bJ'thlef..7GUaddle-pawd rascal know you were put up to this by After the M....tle Pale. 78und.y Ho. ... ISDally. Daly.I I lit Ne. 20 i j"<
house '* Sue 1CATPOKTJa DllANOK. I ''N:il. < un.Only. N0.C2i I (
r .... Vs' ;" 'You'll see 701l'U'.ee to-morrow" King: and Co. _. An Interesting attempt is to be made "J only. sc ann y' lJall 1

fi& replied !the l1tm. not heed1nI'hIaown there., "Uncle! uncle! No; Mr. King never (10 locate tbe magnetic pole by mean 10 Ma OOp ISO "'....... . n"m".Ar.. .. .. ''a lOp t flND ]
: i'; ; plUfulap tt in his excUement. him. I will answer for that" of"a small boat and a crew of eight I 10 Ua Gap .saL".80.J..h\'III.\.I.. l.. ...... 'Ira II II ?
;* & lock -Neil''face' 40p 10 Ma10M lip 005ILv..PebloBeoehLv....... 7ras ii Ma ojis ,.
i iff/! ':Whose 1s the bedroom lip became suddenly men, under the .command of Captain p ....... lees)( UMaUSfla '.
1 J1:.:j stairs,at:the'back on the 'right?'; : a As cry with a blush that betrayed Arundsen. The boat is being fitted out 8' 11 Ma & f' "J..A.r..,.... .Majrport. .,....-IT ........ O 40 a ; :

'."That's my niece's rooV. safd Clar. secret.Lowndes'was. for the expedition at Chrlstlanla; and Th te Tin Tablet show the ttmmi al watch trains may b. ./_ 4 to arrive and ........,
::1" ,is,.,sullenly; "and If you,, dare to say at1 touched he-will depend upon propulsion from from the av.rat stations bold but theirs, vsl or Arpartttro al ltt. time*.",..cSl.nor .araaled' i}
I'' nor daM Oompaay ItMlf responsible oc-adf d.l.T or
; that she-H> any eons.qu.aowarng- r .i ,
ttl f.t ((fool's outlog'to-night.' I'll shake such guilt ; :"Mr.. King knew nothing jf sufficient power to supply a speed of

'brains; as you've got.out .of 7er he my coming/ lie turned to Ire.-knots per hour. She will carry a KEY WEST AND HAVANA-
Weil: welcom'e.-If' .. "Let me have my; bill," he '
M 1'1 you may, at reserve supply; of fuel sufficient for
you find that room lute 100 days' steady; use,_tbough.of coW-Ie .
+ and: windrow ; And the young' man. ashamed of his !to Effect April 16, 1903.
: i'. ; got awahy the : Ah!" he. the will be mainly dependent upon he;; i '
"' jt," be stopped} abort suddenly In the middle was action but more perplexed every. canvas. The expedition will set out In .--- /OU7N---a0UN0. NORTH 10UND.

.' p of the cabbage. garden, through sound .as. he considered, from every April next and it la Intended' It possible L. M..t.QD..TIa"O. (). L.HtvaneMen.FI..o........... 7750m&
of .view his singular adventure ,..JqW&lIlIn..Tr .nn.,10\1I01.\ AiK..wW..... Prt.. ....,........ a .
t al. lwblcA.theJ'; were walking and pointed cry' to remain In the Ice' four yeariOwj.. !h,,-.Qa.LThW'.................. 1010'p L" Ky West Tu.. 'eat................
;to..a white:flgurewlilcb.was. stealing cided the_Blut .Idon within the next ;ing to the diminutive sirs ot the: vessel; Ar.v. Wftn. FH. ..... ......,....... .tea .Mla.1 ea..8.5......... .......... gipJor '
lets, Its ,way into the bouse::"Is that yournleeej'or ty; minutes,and returned to town she will not be able to carry; a large Card'
relate his oopy of Lost TlID. or other totorlD.Uoa address .......
experience to Otto lUll
it: '', : Is It not roared the'youngmanexcitedly new Cony supply of provisions but It has been I
) 'j t... olj.);' pointed 'with a he and. Willie'Jordan. arranged to obtain further supplied r
:"'" :. of the To be Continued. from time
ppeatfngewomaudirection r to time from tbe Dundee
'.,,$ '.. whalers A station will be set up and

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:- ',"ft;'. :(:focwar..anduielsed: the girl's wristJ '"I' : "Yon ask me! why I come here' to meats, which, wJll collectscientific she reached the shelter of the : ?" said the young man, assuming data. The members of the expedited '

;?!*:. :dooi-wy., '. .', + It In'W 'aggressively' argumentative' style. will make journeys for geographicaland # : . .ev :.. .. .sm.. )

..4. Nellr cried ,-the man.\ 1.tones so tancy \ pursuit of happiness. end of other. Investigations.. I

-boaisepo'terrlbN'that\ tbeymounded w ; Inalienable" I Ii rights of man?"

t?j.,. la.h..were like;those! .,'of a you stranger.doing out,"Tell there me?" night : i "Yes."Well." he the rejoined, triumphantly Guttap'ercba.the.G.ttaIere1iaTrect,, of.Discovered a very ,good' 4rWeflt: :: Job Priming'.liOVf p

s my case pursuit of happiness
< But'the
; girl. .only: stammered '
.an4that pared. tbe quality Just been discovered inb"undanceJnJ3exnian
shook,.and be waited in vain for.: she pursuit of your New dnlnea. /
". ,.
,!. ?answer.,., ";....r '.'. .." ; "Very good the ;crushing the young demonstrative:women said They are said to yield\ an excellent All Kinds. .::0'' {

loose ; $. "Are not life.and. Itlicrty also\ .id quality; ; equal to the finest grades : l ; :r
.., nCHAPTKR VII. Samples I
pr n up. Je rights?" sent to Germany are now un* 'J' ,- ,
: t; If eyer gntit '''a. written on a' human was : "they are" "< *'. dergolng a detailed investigation It li '

facs surely, It,was written "Well.;
me nearly: ,
.p. I' s'4 ,of,Nell Claris! wben,'aahsed) roughly,by back Jn you the pnrspe'week., You worry every>the German New'Guinea will 'supply the We Can Please You.

". >: ''ker uncle;she stood shaking' and stamtnerlnff'ln It. out of me and Interfere, with m; appreciable. quantities ol ?

$\ ilil"',K1'"p.":vast. 'Inside, the of r ,, gutta-percha, which will ,bo.welcome ,

t 13L-l 'back,door of the Inn.L .' ; This. Is 'haw !it happened 'that no- news to the cable industry; the supply '. J. .

.. G; ..'..wbom,.,,So thought Otto Conybear Jack Lolrndesy.tke bad sent trle.nd down1'1e one and 1 Of grew Independence.out of this Chicagp"Joint..declara>>'. Trl-. 'of declined.,the,better. TIle qualities"discoverer. baring secures steadily, the ....,..... .. .... .. .. .....,

ja":\. I t..r"rapacity-of amateur. -Detective. ; was } .... 1"I ft'Buisla !\ price of $750 offered by a Bremen 'merchant '., .

H ..t-.C904; sbly' riag4",drlff>]ng71jrithaatt ; ," r to .the explorer i finding- wild rt

.'. >riac'.t IL"sad. .sUrtlng'eyes, be said ; I U computed to bars the Jar,' gutta-percha plant In any" of?.the, 08L"

...... ,....4iZ. II!J. Ii. .:I .iIi.- now. it standing army la tb: world t-; map.colonies; -<< .
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- WHAT .THERE'S TIME .FOR.' '_ first opportunity, hoping against hop*, ': down through att,the pulley lines ,
" that no breath of caudal ,would pas. "FARM. LIFE; IN 1 f Nn'r : -across' all the'yards that come
Xjot* of time toe lot. hI thlng, '"' : studding sailsa> slow ;
: When view set
Though it'. Mid that time hat wingt .her doors.; the patient bad re-. ... my aD r
',; 'There ii always time to find covered hep rattled<< faculties new @3dT aloft'aD al plla asH and all manner

''Wa: '. * being.tweed and kind i complication arose She thought that .pitt ,. ,neQtb1 on all
,{ ,t. There ii always time to share Dr. Porteus andjMr: Van Vllsslngeii I' .Clear Pen-Picture, tI11I1g Z&any'Jlfngs: Tile hands,'washing ; wleome

+., 'Time Nmilei to and tend goodneu: the frown.everywhere away % were, In l league to poison her, and,nt, : < and) file,:Cerea4: r '' .. -. 1, the good drying day! women''
. 't ,rl .n tie word to "' % '-" ? sight; t the VbT.l laD she 'screamed'and VBut as general proposition'
:I Time foe lpfulneM-nd-Ums ;, ,, Crppsi-Prejudlce. Hgdinsl; "Yankee" :M.acqtl1ery.Gel1"eIIert.farniers. -' .HQW TO1 BECOME 'ATTHACTJVg.U are ;more weather-wise ;thn. Wen. ,1 r
V n'o ...i.t the weak to climb; ". On the third nlgl >Cler Mrs. Broad'burst' think The: weather ,t* of
T FdrII\u eLabo I mater
.i. 9fim. to gather IIttlo' n <". Real ( ;af1at : ers,' . ;; it aL.
...,.... 'ime for triDl1d hip any hour? iV;" ?< . liysterlcal. collapse Mrs Von .' ) tw.' . M ,I._Tht.vea. more importance' to 1. .' many ,

I 3i\it" ; there it no time''to .",,,..- I Vllsslagen; filled ...1th.enmity' and Irtfln-- ' - ... -. --- .. ... -'.. . ..., tsaaet.I. ways, from a question whether theyihpuld
}unkindness: anywhere.Our .' nine to recover her lost lace, ,wa' -sltting' ''JTP Ao coryaur'expreeelon.'tn.da wear.their foe abroad;; tor'one'.thing.
Iii .,.-- Young Folk. '! at tier front ,\window biting/ her .Q clc DEN' England.-From estates, many 6t which have been ,Jn woman who baa.. been giving a seriesof and always the''
1 ,.. JIt is the first of life an the [fam'lly for tWn.. Parwe rent t
.r .rte. May -you; en'r. "take question with many, "at ,.eut.ot c
finger nails'.' A carriage drove up to the practical talks on beauty; care
door below, and the; milliner raised lire C En l"b' farm' is alnaoit from $.a. to $l S per acre, accordlns 'to of your expression.and 'the rest 'of whether they should put the. washing' .

window to watch. A stranger got out Ideal Tot whole' country Ue; condition and productiveness, tbe your beauty wilt take care of Itself t out; And' with mothers'. there' Is, the, ,

:some:: HEAL E .OLD LAct'bY. c of tne carriage' and waited. PresentlyDt. AE la beginning'to put oa,'hs tendency; -"-"toyvnrd a decline showing no "You smile atxtbo wordbeauty. question of'whether ft Is. safe 'for the,
garb the winter are re. signs .of' check' for long tfme
a past
Porteus came down the street and summer ; crops I confess at' the: outset that Jt is not children to.'go/ontiLtboy' have more
the two men entered Miss: Broadb wit's veiling come of their possibilities;-the This includes eoml1locflou.<| .farulipuso In* the power of every woman to be reasons than men do ,for "wanting to'
JOHN 1 H.i RAFTERY. door, In "A few moments they fame : cattle aro looking sleek while the sun and outer .buildings; frequently of beautiful even Put .knoW' the -tv atberr= na"yes, l.;>hould e
has brought out the buds -on the trees stone: Threa.hundred'acres Is 'consid prt7. e1'f'1 'womea'are
limits, that
out supporting/ a woman. between woman ,can be. 'er own say mot eat r
them Mrs.. Van Vilsslngen. could.He and the flowers In the. grass. bn.. Bred a good-slse'd farm JOO to.150: acres' attractive.. The statement is commonplace wise than men, I find It ..0 In .
1TTLB, Miss Broaabnrst that *It was the Invalid for she seemed midsummer 'day the waving-corn, 'the being' the average.*, Farms are either enough, and Is one'that.we. bear porlencfi.N York Suo 17 T"

", bo' kept a hlonablo tP struggle feebly with her attendants,, poppy Jneadow..-lhe-green hedges, the grass or' arable; usually both. ; Grass continually I only repeat' it ,In order -
"' boarding house in Mx>rnIngslde ; cattle of every kind scattered over farmers go In"for hay; *sheep;if!at''bul- .are V .-
m and her bonnet disarrayed was falling to. give It a newsignlflcancf.: 'Wo 11r.etRg() )L,q .' '* 01,
,.' / was fretted away from her white head: In a moment the the hull and the old thatched cottages locks and poultry, fixed farmers pre. constantly urgi to taket c.r"of' the For ibo girl' wbo 'can ,, net k
to?a mere shadow of her three had entered: the carriage/ the door'. 'burled in rosesand ivy unite to form feto lormet'plump "II! ,. ''There were! 'Inrk slammed and the vehicle drove off as fair a picture' the 'eye 'can. Jook der. Owing to'tLe difficulty makingarrfhle"land are ,enJoined. to' keep healthy ;and needle be

F rings under/hep soft brown eyes! ,- ADd The next day the milliner renewed upon or the mind Imagine. pay farmers are running happy well dressed and clean; to take a pretT-lceti,,un parasol obt.lpt.b

her thljiufns; cheeks were hollowed aud her expostulations with Mis* ,Broad- JlAT.K.\KI1f more and more to grass and doing ai exercise and avoid excesses. All these or) painting It. A, parasol In.uad,

wrinkled.. Her! customarS'c"bf,, >ertullus* hurst but,) the latter, .red-eyed* and l I. Toward the end of June'the,"meadows little plowing at possible. This Is tbd' thlpgs-except happiness, which r contingent broidered.with "hti* red cberriu

'liml gljteu way to a wistful, scared sweepingwould not says word. That ire ripe for'cuttlng'and b ,.-maklnl: natural result eta scarcity of ,labor, -are of. great, use In preserving and a feiv.'green leaves would, beef, '

habit..0( silence, and she seemedaax" enraged.Mr*., Van VU.a nlfell. and, she begins.) Of fits the grass generally while,! foreign competition !,,becomingso \ the sort of4ieanty which Is skin dee tremely (!., of

Ions to avoid her boarders; summoned a council' ofwar with' the, .cut with: ,a_ mowing: machine, though! strong that'ferming Is'becomln ..a Hot"there: Is n beauty which !in the" .mar claly'lf* and colored ,
This remarkable and uncanny'changeIn 'of the bouse.After much speculative- venture, More 'and more kin deep and soul deepand its'out
r other..-women the scythe Is still used in' water mead' to represent! a big elnaoteher
: n bright -woman who bad Jbe.n a* whispering pauUn!:,.Jlnd wagging of owe sad on embankments.. Some I the '.ucCf'lI.tuI'maD l. he whole the ward maultcstatlon Is that indefinable rles. Odd a* ft m pink.

', frank a* bustllngjmd as .(companionable heads they all admitted tbattbey: bad. farmer considerthe scythe less1' In":' befit j dge of cattle and'borses--In fact thing which we call' xprel.lon and cheeked apples look lle.m.ltle "this"way '.

f a..* any woman, might be dated 1 lost things. which had, neverbeen. re; Jurlouu to the meadow, 'and are s>o ''I a d aler. Very,few employed sold by which is one,of the strongeit factors either band-painted or''embrold. ,
from the time' wben the little land' stored. Mrs. Van Vlissingen. tho TOO*t attached to old ways as to prefer i( in weight the method \ being in a woman's' charm." You have often"seen 4. e

.., lady's mother had cpnreto11re! thf combative and ,cunning of, spite ot the fact that the tvorlt Js.very what tue American'' farmer ,.formerlycolled a girl with boll featufea andcomplexion eed Another idea for' the summer'

back parlor. Mrs. Van;Vlissingen, the was appointed .COlIclmltteeot one to bard. Tne,, movers arms are.f thick, :"by guess. Prices n<>YV.realized beautiful. YetXtbe'whole girl' parasol peW Jo. 'to tim a plain silk

milliner, who.-occupied the third floor recover the plunder at her "discretion. with muscle and brown as the autumn. compare "unfavorably with, .those pf r.c was spoiled by .we petlaDt. 'parasol with a embroidered -

t t front had been quite A confidante. of Secrecy wP'eed/ upon and the milliner leaves of a birch; If'the grass, an It thirty years ago. Wool has so-dropped 'proud or discontented ex relon'; lace, cutting away; the silk beneaOTto 6

Mlns Broadhurst and'It was sbe-who keen for,the quest began system falls, from the mower, were. left'to-Jle in price. as no" longer to ;yield' much Of coure. character! culti- give It1' a transparent ieffect. &pale, 4r

f Hrst circulated\ << the story about old Mrs. 6{ espionage! ,...croas-queetloning and per. would, rot Inside; It must be tedded. profit;' while" the:annual wbeat.crop..Is 'rated for a deeper reason *1 u.Olt. pink silk parasol which was .pellll' ,,
By being n "bit Isar!." 'As n mntter.of .lecutlon that almost drove Miss BrandTtnrst On small .farms this' Itill'is done by not more than I a third In acreage 01 ward muUHtaton.n J eaut#. approved by New York smart : f

fact, the-old woman, who'haeIU"t'd la :to Insanity. But she would say : band, but on the larger with machines. quantity of the growth-of 1S5O' and the 'raclc h'yolbntarJ waa made with I border ot,'U> a i

a uniiltarluin\ ( for-nearly! six years."\va. : no more'than.,that she, knew nothingof Hay lij never sowell ,cured the first pried Is, little,inoi-e\ than half what' H result pf an attractive Cluny lacethe f embroidered In,

the, victim, of many physical: Infirmities the pi tindery_did ''not object to. a day as to.permit U-'to be put at'once would'command' at t..eearller date expression were studied for'' Its own pink,"'pale' !4eiJ light ,-blu>-#UI'lread. ,
t' which greyed upon her mind In such n' ncarca of her inotber'.room and would Into windrows or. cocks, so this is left Shire horses, pigs. sheep). eheese-makIng ate.-'It wdud become' mere;.'facial eelD'.Jong sD,, -

inrtunec.,..jis.! .,derelop a number oft not tell" where ber mother" bad gone; to the following day; ,On the third the and.dairy ing are tbe main sourcel, -posing?> and" result' In dlsflsufiag, ale '8'tl Te with .oltal.WC

t t- wholly reasonless hallucinations. That\ was the auspicious "part of It. ocks are rolled over and turned BO that of profit Some, farmers inn almost latloni. '- ribbon In which tho, three shades/of' t:,
!\ For instance, for a year before her Miss Broadhurst would be neither cajoled they may get the full benefit qt sun entirely tc sheep others-to dairying, the Jf woman, is constantly thinking pluS, green and blue app lld-WOr 'l;
, I 'daughter) took her' from the sanitarium. nor frlghtfned Into disclosing ber'! "' end favoring wind. The' bay .Is then growing tendency being:specialize.. of her expression her' face becomes ashard an's Homo

M 5 *.he was'convinced. that the Internee<< ,. mothers wbt'rt'abo1lts. Its a thle\'..' turned"! about-and the makers toss It Land with game on 'affords a fair In. to manage as a schoOlbol',9b! e Cmpanl. '

k nurocs and attendants! << were conspiring plot" thought the mliUnl.'r. and she Unto windrows,-whence. If,, the wind Is come and Is an addition to the product truHlve bands,and feet.: A pose is al. in,

, to ]>ol.on II(Or. The terror grew: upon lIt'artlfl"d'i'ry trunk, box closet and favorable, 1} Is loaded upon carts. This fP' wn On large farms tbd shooting I ways' 'unnatural l and .unattractive. Loyeiimer i.' ......u.' .. '

her, till even her lucid moments were comer of tbd\ woman' vacated I work too, }*, almostw holly,done byhandShougtl rights are let innilo horrible with hateful suspicion, room. Ths search: fielded' none of the mechanical loaderIs by tbe1Jldlord. the tenant having the aim 'of course, la not, to .seem: good( lovely muslin gowns. The, '
: Little Miss. Broadhurst was a !good and missing trinkets. i gradually -coming Into use.. StackIng ) gfeeme nt to shoot game foi but to be good and the best mnliastar chief trouble will be In trying to. Innvariety ke

, loving<< daughterbut so Jealousvns Then Mrs. Van'VJIssengen, spurredto t however, .ia' done by a "stacker" his own use.: Sonfe.take In boarders tlon f"hllrh' ,and sweet*'thoughts. is ,, n'aelection from tbe wonderful,

sjbj* of tbe peaceful decorum and Irreproachable .l*>Ki>rralfon, thought! of Dr. Pot-teas.: >r elevator;'3Dd'nearl always out of or,paying guess."as they are called; ,Involuntary and unconscious-: offered.' Silk muslin Is exquisitely f' ,

i'' reputation! of her house that Evidently the solution of the- Inyclery I, loon rarely 'In barns or'In shedi. A i iI others bare pupils wbo pay anything .Dut we can taco care of out' exprei- dainty, and a girl gowned In Itconldt;
abe hesitated for month between herr and tne recovery of the property de I'I!' most Important operation Is"that!; of betweq -and S700 a year for board lon' In a lighter,and more..' negative- not be other than charming to, gaze

filial love and her caution. But at List: ppoded11'011' finding the old woman. I thatching .which Is till one of tbe orIstlc tuiton But, (In the whole, it maybe way.' 'We con avoid bed habits' and upon.'' ,,A ,new and pret7.eac Is?

Id I'h r lender honrt prevailed and she Slip accosted! him in Cloudy" spot near occuptlons left to the farm. farming Is not tbe sue. muala.contractions, such as scow). shown this season, >| .
I.. brought her.mot ber tolive' In the buck" the park.' but ha denied any knowledge\ .' cessful calling it use to 'be. Inl'peerlng.; setting tbe liPs"brldli '' dot of the same color asthe'muslinand ,
parlor At first the boarders e8po'rfctltr of bis pot(cut's retreat. Ho seemed 1 " KKW HAT UTD 6LD. CLWB. r. + fe Vrlnkllng b..orehlad. look mor/lke a gleam Of light ",;

-- : -Ibe' women made much of her. quite flustered, when she recited, the"' nay Is considered! new until Michael nro o* .ABUn.. Jdod.'cbecrful person may'thouglt. than an acrnal pattern. AnoUer',on.'A .

a Hhc -\\011" comely nJotticrly old l person full purport of her determination; but mal Day. (September 20). and In some EnlrUll farmers are of two'classes. lesslyi acquire the habit of tr wolnJ.Prbai1 shows .half-blown rose bit .i,,, ,

'of much native intelligence and. wide when she hinted at possible cbarffes of i i counties till It has stood In the stacks .farmer who helps+''vrltlj In the, effort to, see .. of foliage. 'he'hue I. rove pink, the, j: ,

1 cultivation, and for a time Miss- Broad colltialnu between himself and, Mist.{ s .year. A load of old hay Is tblrtalxt and superintends ,his own ;wopk. and / the features to express leave being'a vivid green, 8UH.n-i:

hnrat tram delighted to see list the Did ,Broadhurnt tin turned pale lie would : trusses, ,A truss is D0.1, pounds (an the gentleman farmer, who'employs a too,freely the workings of the mind; other pattern ''shows;Plnk'.Ue ,
tt liul.v's peculiarities. were unsuspected not tell who way the other nina who:' English/ balf-hundredweight). and a "bailiff. The. .latter class'ore usaully We may cultivate wrinkles by 'on a white lck i iUny
t' by the boarder helped remove Mm. Broadhurst In. I 1'ellfht.: It Is typically English, fond of. hunting and 'up columns, or by planning; theday'swork clusters' of :

! It was ,soon after Christmas that: elated that ho had left the carriage at f usually sold by the' ton,. and brings between shooting; Some .of' them'' foujht- if we gel the habjt oc; loJnJ but not 1 p n ground1;, ,
6. truublo developed/ a 11(01\' 'and nncxlipcied the corner a lid'would promise nothing' I !2 'I and U ($10 to"$20)). according yeomen--or volunteers In the Boer War. and t Contracting, the muscles with least otyeUowroieaandU ted -,.

fi .. manner. First came MiesVnii except that he would try to' rwovei '? time yield of the crop. ;;; Their farms are-large, 400 acres-and In unison.with th& activities of the leaves.c ,.They are/all: ra.1hhlllT')

Viissingen with an Irritating inquiry .the missing property \ j J. It Ii only: :within'.tbe last few. years upward, and they go In especially for. I brain. We the face pretty New York'Jonrnal,. a..Whits :,'
Clout I some trinkets' tbatliad <<
., from her room during her nbfciicf. !tea work oit the part -of the callllnei! j in tbe form of l silage has been'practiced real farmer-Is-the man who la bis ojf relaxing the body, and eve know ': i ,.

t Then Dr Porteus, the most was rewarded' by n sudden meeting v t to any extent' and this process Is llm- own bailiff: has, been asbaHJC that much ,force Is expended In nRe :
S tillable; ) apd uncomplaining of men with', the doctor In the park. lIe,"va.'tlted almost ", boll)'"to sl.'a8Onl.wlllcb for some- gentleman farmer -or unuece.I' tension.'This. hlbJtf.

' quietly-reported the loss of a small case standing In'a secluded spot talking: .tc have been bad for baymaking.THS .... with.his lathe, who retires and leaves! ,-to the face, ; Y.:
oft/ tL+surgical Instrumentsthat! he a stranger. When he, saw Mrs., Van WHBAT, HABVKST. m the farm to his sons. These boldIng.rn ens the expression. .. Many 1 good, ml k _

i lm .
Before February"l.uearly /guest her. to meet his .companion. wheat crops, oats and barley;-benBeI tute the majority. ort her, face, tint II,she looks as J ; ,

bad lost something"' Poor Miss Vroad- ; Mr.e'11 tell ;you aU, he knows, about' I,Cud ire pesstthe rye larger being much 'used .England.. ' 'vsI "I $is a'grenadler. And many 'a intu1. I wash. blond .wahrts J:are .,
hunt wall .t.' b..r' wlta" 'end., and she tire Uroudhurst, "you'll promise to'keep ; llT-effil{ ) ) +ted '
in"food for horses, cattlo and sheep. ,na TOUSO wman ble"1 ) latest for evening wear,, .
crcd) for heirs when! she bewail to find the'necret.., It would ruin )lies -." -POPLB. dm succeeded In concealing her faultsof '' .'
Besides these! ., mangels. ,swedes and ,The tataer'a home plain and his ; Flatness Is still the order of
the lout articles tucked away In everyrqncqlvablo 13t'ond htrnf.hear. secret got out caldthe 1 disposition from -the world whileIn i..
j turnips, are largely raised for, cattle life simple; but no longer Indifferent or In the mllDel') world ,
doctor. The .
of her motLer'aroom. woman promised written allover her
: corner fact they, are '
It was Inexpressibly distressingbut ; the D ah."IeRklulr/ In a mattcr-offact: food, ard the potato' Isa largo, crop. ignorant He himself.has few,;'oppor face. "She has", forgotten the inevitable f.aL"I! % loasoms'are In the 'majority C! :
Flex.Js grown but httle, but hogs are for recreation;' but his sioartest .
sho" saw tbe necessity of telling frank Vnyrsald; : I tunSte' lines which carjs and p tujfljue ; bata Str
each of her boarders about her ino h.. ."I can't recall: everything Mrs. Bro_Jhurst in Important pl'oduetlBK.nt and Here ;while they do some partof and anger are sure to grave upon the wee biack' and-white, burpt' straw* )

era rentrlcltlc:/, and she did so, at bad. She bad only a cloak and fordshire. Wheat and other cereals the'work' ,.find time for bunting jind I yielding' tissues Good temper- tendsnaturally1 Is most at'Uabfo; bats.i .- w r

the same time restoring tbe lost Articles bonnet over her night clothes, but I are harvested from Augujt! "to October shooting cycling, tennis and ..countrydane'esl j to relax the face.but a little i 'The-very: Ina''woUfs.u1.a1' 1

as rapidly ps she could find them VIIU.omvxcltlng remember sho wore a chain some sliver and much more 'of the work' Is : Many of the boys went t tbe watchfulness In, that direction. assists seen applied on.the eheereststnfH, ,:. C
lone by machines t.hln"wa. the case 'often under the command of the
ber mother's su pl lonl. bracelets, three' or tour. ,rings, war; I In the procela.'.,, If the muscles 'and The pointed areas waist Is one oftfpredlctrft '
years The successful barresting .
twenty ago. landlord's 'son. The daughter .is -no
She struggled long and liard to bonlinolntely a tissues are kept eott.the;, all of youthf modes tor the late h-
tender of the Invalid's feelIng "Any old lacer" interrupted! tho' of wheat Is'wholly dependent longer the Idyllic'milkmaid,' nor the i ulucss ,Is preserved more anlme. "
the weather which from the CrenmsepsraSore leduanJ Lace riot everywhere, and seesn-
goddess In the dairy. runs
she upon
*, but knew tbat tbe reputationof woman. than by any other, mean., /
her house was endangered. It had "Let's see. Yes come to think,' she point of view of an American' farmer. rt'trlgertol. diaphragm churns : heart,.i "kept warm by'affection and Ingly' costnmo is" "mtJ
borne such an t'n"lable'nam.' Never a had a' lot of embroidered, stuff about. would be.deemed very fickle.. When and,butter works of the latest pattern : enthusiasm' and tbe mind bright ht1ntelget'lltreat without It. 4

dltWfrrecable, roomer, revcr a hint of her, neck Icnn't; really recall ,every the autumn Is dry and warm the self- have changed'all that.Thewoman's la1 all that'ls, For atrC't'wenl i tobacco brown, nan,
.,' scandal; never a :fire nor a. robbery, thing Ton see Miss. Broadhyrst. binder can be used. This-'besides being task is mainly: with the poultry andpoultry ; ( eyes.and tips "wortby metal effects'! and blacks are'' the; '' '
quicker: is cheaper. :as.the, average : .farms a source oj .. .
never a death to annoy or prejudice the anxious to keep the affair'secret- .nro comnwu 'I spend to the impulse the soul.-,end f.hJonR ble -
:w, hundreds-of gueeis.who bad lived'In -'Never mind Miss Broadhnrst cost la only &'few shillings per acre. profit, particularly' for tboP 1,1., !jLeeg ranch of,tljjlr lustro.ondsoftncsj Thjs 'e i blaclf"silk/coat* ber snapped the Impatient Mrs. 'Van Vilaslnfien On the other hand wind and rain may and have seen inoreprosperous : Info glsl : the, rl- t,
model apartments during the ten Ibo/'w.o '' even age 7 fiSii V" <<' elttd. shapes',:lu',<8 -/:
.. years ot her industrious career as a ;, where I. the old. -womaoi. "I beat down the crop *o'badly that only .. !I To sum up what has'been said: ; alum length. -. i'be
1 landlady. In her heart she knew that where are those atol.-that Jewelry. and wheat and labor has'to can be be cut used.with the Then scythe the rat >AB>( Z.ABOBXU'. 4 P'l'I as a matter of courseand, for better1 Porls"1idea ot fuller, w .: .
her only wise course lay In ridding herself that lace?" :(reasons; .cultivate- sett ser> ; .
Tie -Jot of the .farm laborer-Is not J oontol'an4 skirts Is- adu :.. ": '
/ ,
Graeeladd.You and 1x>und with straw 'When this be- .
once more of her poor mother, but "Oh. they're'olI out at enityof character; sake I7-prmeatl > ;\.
.ecnd. :
enviable.He is, ,..poorly. paid-from fashionable ,'- . ,
she cot \ee necessary the coat Is BO greatly '
she jrould not bear the' ordeal of- It, see we burled her just as was.- of outward''attractiveness, relax the ki-i ? ,
Increased of and $3.60'to $'U Q''a week. .all' :year Buttons' are the great trlmmlne'tadfrom '.'
didn't know-how to approach the bate- I 'supposed that she had been ornamented that tbe product grain tle face and, teach It to: :your; / ."
') ful dilemma and. 'weak with worry, In that -J\'ny 'In fulflllment' ot }itraw barely pays for_ the labor.TRX around, for the 'b.rdet l 4lnd worlc: sweeter! and' then, the large 'saucer-like .p-.r.|".' ,
.temporize with tbe-inevltaule. Meanwhile some>wlHU of here: Yoi| see, we undertakers ors OF KAOHCnBT" Yet! labor Is scare!. manyof'the Qe thengh you may f claims whatever to the tlnfcst gilt dots. ., .. ,

she could only beg her guests to are accustomed" -Lincolnshire: an Interesting/ experiment having States emigrated',' Australia Vanada'.or'iheUnited and South to beaut you will b pronounced i Tha mhirt-walstsuit/ of,lieary wbte.' '

keep her secret, promising/ them vaguely But- Mrs. Van Vlissingen had fled..- .lias been;tried. A petrol motor, Africa.,although'or the cities take much a' attrlclve.woman'ompl. linen Is both"pretty,and tmJD'; t
that. If matters did not mend she Chicago Rccord-nerald... speclally built for farm !use, was attached ment by nomeans, ? :- exceeding/ smart aswell., : / 'i h, 'a I
tbe largest'ehare'On biff farms '
would "do something." But Mrs.: to a reaper"'-and binder, and ever he.Js considerably'better off. lie..1 I:.Vblladelphla Te err pb.- ''<+. Every! complete wardrobe 'I61e j':uaen M_. ;;

Broadhurst-dld'iiot"change-bet-mad A Jla'a1-SJo ftl.. in ta field of barley perfectly: It also ham 4111) "'llttlea ottageNovered'wtt '., -" ', meer -"contain"afieait:onetgeww' =:
'"methods,. She had' the'freedom-of the 'OIlcs, the shepherd of Folly- Faro/ hauled the wagons:fi-onTthe'field and'Tam.equally + ..' -.- "' of eam'etamlno or mohair.. ,XA :;
and "rents th.
Ivy nsunlly' '
''house during the dayr..nd In spite of was, brushing the whlto raff.:'of ,hla useful for chaff-cutting, rosfes and ,c nu w..i .w..n..I. 'v Eat:'effect front throat
of'ber "rhe collie." be '.''Jthe" / "aUotmeDt"-perhap the( eighth or,the -"If. I want fo knw'ltblng'abut t to'bi '
the/ .watchfulness daughter/ 91000. collie. I ;ald. pulping root, and ...Ind n/r/ corn, < tiThe : he grow f weather with ( a ", "
'i would slip away through the.(/rooms. most, intelligent of<,dogs. Permit farm',laborers,,are. better paid vegetables Ilxf or'acr., \" :.hefltHe -.. "I lookout. the feature of this season's,blouses. ', +
stealing/ bJck'tbe kulckhackn that me to tell you 'a' true collie story. ogaleby. :0,1
A very flurlng/ the harvest months than at any so-called-with
may alab have a a'.few.plgHis'evenlngsare'spent'In.theTillage'*.- that my study The (coat 4'multipllcity'of
were as promptly restored., The boarders There!! was a Scottl.b'.b..pberd. whoso other' time, their wages,ranging thenfrom' ekJnds ,
birth to litter of pupa. All ; }: cmma smlll gores making It l'.' '
a good natured dog a
company were pat gaye, & month with a liberalallowance '
$20 to $ a inn, where. over.hlg beer a'pipe; 'Ol fair-Mondays the people 'alt putout fit so, trimly Is seen,on every band !?
lent thougb'there but of them died and Oe motherdevoted' 101
enough was a great one of bome-made elder or beer. .
be discusses polltlcr.the war ond.thei.ontlouk their washings there tlurgown !'k)
while In'bad'weather
.deal of.", t lsperlng among, the women herself'so thoroughly to thin American inventions and Improvementshave' The* severely plain mann.b. r.
and a, general avoidance of the old sole remaining child'' that ber' ;mat:tera "orkec1"great changes 'on' ,the of'tbeworld: in general. fltl the yards so tOIPak. all appear Is conspicuous, I. .. "! ":
.. the boy go to the village school,; or become. under bare poles.; day..but' This year's''tailor gowns'are> 'much "t
woman. (But at last Mrs. Van Vlissln-. (Irk. was quite:.neglected- sheep farms and are largely used though ;
.gen'mlased some borrow samples of "were"not looked after at all. The mail. British farmer plowboy for the neighboring farmer tiey' don't ..1; the laundresses trimmed
prejudice of the '
rare old lace and though, she searchedfor enraged. this stateofaaIra: ,, took against the anything/"Yankee" Is too deeply On the Whole English farmer' onslt make. their, port. In, any such The' '''mole' popular ummer'r' 1'

a: week little Miss Broadband the pup and drowned a bucket be. immediately overcome of ,toaeiwbo were .brought 'up'to'It, weather as that'"If model boar has an Empire 'top,
.rooted to pea J: few, iou ,
rcouldn't find them.. Then the milliner fore Its' mother's eyes.Then; he went 'where It materially affect his t recruits j ing Ita-thr t.nlnl weather; but .notrainy and dip-hip skirt. and la' made of rlbbl.

flew.Into a rage, hinted at a plot b-: off pocket, : : ; the ,, ,
competitionla 'making the
tweeD mother an4 daughter;and finally evening on his return;,the drownedpupwaspmIsstpg" explained, are now common, The trl.D '', 'Iaoi'ottbe'HYffal' ''The draw&wprkstttebei, lifer'
struggle harder! and *precarious, washers being1. DeW
.mor y- r
? dettlned
went' boldly the mother and demanded : The shepherd ..aldto' :
: the nnd'mpat ,
among !
la but "bagging"or
rarely seen, delblt.
sickle sndtuccemlful farmers are becomingless" ; event; but I, know theyards prettywell
her, lace;,, theratoningthe police! hie"collie;; pointing to.the bucket pattern* In trimming '
: ( "fagging" book is still used;especMflly : Bllrd"work. la which tbewashers are embrol.rle' I';: I:
prosecution and a scandal that spelled Whatdid'you; do'with, 7our"pup.Be. , 'for 'bean,' and the""booktol"' field .nd'leI'.cmon guided Swiss and ,lawn. 'J
almost .. ? collie gave A low good and management; and thorough by'bopefntness of temperamentand
ruin fof the demure and peas., Thetflati baa entirely /gone out practical''experience,must combine ,those In; which they are> Th accentuated'sloping'sbpulder*f-T/
housewife.This bow and set off lopklng backward plde -
cted ]
; and 'the threshing machine Is gnlt.uniformlyworked'by'a o'a latest'whim,
rather by Ot experience ;
la order to make their Iota the eye rulrl
outbreak threw the old invalid often'to signify to her master that be w.1 '
: the proper-broad of
steam engine.
or the' subtlertknowledge of Intuition lace.epllar mo a
contented Bnt when a' wellkept.wetlordetcd'farm ;
She led him to knoll one .
Into should
She a
d hysteria. laughed,wepPand follow.
Large farms of 1000 acres or more lend I ment:to fall sboul-
am 'governed"accordingly, 1 1don't 1 :
is found in the for eU'dOo-of'
.ahrl.ked by turns,and Dr. Porteus Was and paused, moaning, beside a ..NIwhere : ber. .
I their machine and engines derv over the
have own Lnovf much about the "
obliged to quiet her with opiates ,)rUnBI..a.dbur.t the earth had a fresh look.-/:.Thehepberd elder-making threshing 'of England It Is worth study an .ttea'tl.'mYllelt.1 ; 'r''f,t i\'' ,.
fee estting, confess. The ,correct sbadeji for ,silks this .
for It seem the a
] nervous and turned the son. and here ( .lmp1. .
careworn np "
etc.;'but Inthe smaller vfilagea and and healthy,,life In one "YVTiIlu'some- of fbgtn'get it"wrong. iunimerare.T@ry/opbdned. the r.mlal' ?."' i
fMxhtened' sat tip all night by thebodIde beneath It the drowned puppy lar.; 'It* acve t
districts threshing
eoUyhig the machine engaging'end interesting.conn- the .bulk of those- amateur/weather foulare blue Is by au:}
summoning her courage and: struggling mother had taken It out of the bracket ,and stir' engine go>.fn>_ farm- to sharps, wbo 'are all deeply Interested almost black' Qulte.aupraed:
*J Iii the 'Uarrli lolslr" '
for the! final gad decent L'PhI1Ao'4elplala
-n-Jth her heart necessity Qliea'it a wor4..Carl '
farm at ao.mncb PfuaY.Jatllef''Oaa usually get tinge of'yellow..' Ialebesea"as( ,
i tot rlchL' .'
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r, the! or rmovlnglber with mother'Mrs,from Tan Becord. by. tae bnebeL'as 18 tie United States.Jl Park" tl Pf. defvl.. Jeo .*tli<* on'a bright TeT.ancf"a ground to Ole..1 flgnreo,'.D oUMtr*/.) '.
house. She plentletl '
," "1' tutibhlntwaa laY 7oersoriLtaa. '.,rainy Monday. you'' I'theui of neutral and ,wheu .ntrea1y'neutral. :
OKJa tDt
yilfcslngen tG', be patient//,Bitted from Ttcj flrst ,complete tewing" ; o.87' er O meo :costs',
air bloswoutY .f
,if :io;Dno'1'oom"'alIlUrlng.her guests that patented. by EUas- Ilowe,"Jr... la .' "*I.|V farmers'hire: their. lands; from people! ,Ul |1 -pet;>aplta p _Tl.Jake! sail all ; ,1'e soft pastel Nat
1. then than': color.i ,/ -
Ct'thef 1MG. S.._ +oJ skbtllOr-ind the rentry whowv -i aruu fm out'bl&hel a 'iJ"e
'f(1<4 ,Iier Another:'would, be,removed ,1Mtai the l '
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"J' A r-nM''w.'a,... |lr Florida., 'roug-h, but he was a patient man' ant! Is Your Life Worth 50c' - ..

" :*- (PnHUahod by.RegnMt.) _thought u fadvertlsenient) would\ yet answered succeed. read: If, So Try a Bottle ofiIIiN COLLEGE

',' bd. lottAwlatgc; >'a lived and 'en ?How to double. 3'01111n1\, Qey in six: ROLLINSt
t' -' 'Joyed, months. lie was told to ''cOI.vert. hi.

New IrVes, plants l flowers our. eyes money into bill., fol t "_, Z i would see his money doubled. WINTER PARK FLA. 1-1I't
*'-We ruarnedihrouglt and palm ,
.* wood KcxtbHcat for twelve useful household
.; et toeaa' articles I and he a packs ot '-' ,
,got! g -t
Amd'where, the aWeeteat'orange grows, needle. I ,' :, '

f:'/ 'The soil rte found wan mostly, santj, He was'slow to learn, so he sent tl : GOU-EGE,

:\ New flowers were seen pn every hand to find out "how to Ret. rich." "Work S 1i4

.Strange birds( tit colors not a fw. like the devil a nd p "'j'r'l!' >end" scent. ," CURE Preparatory School! ; "Music! 'School, '' .
: Queer animals,and reptiles too. > and that stopped-hm( .
But his bro'tber wrote to dnd out how
V6 weed of wraps the coldest days""When to write without a pen <>r ink. lie was b I ) Art School.. School, of Elocution! +

one ..ta'ed0 the sun's warm urea lead pencifT'v' n i -<,_ i-
K Z .' Business School of Domestics andTeachers".Class
School w1
'" ray.-- ;He paid *l to learn how to livewithout ,
/ For It-shone brlgEliynettr.\ every day. l '

rr? To.warm and cheer.lifer's. rugged way work lid'wiItold'ii'toataIcard ; : Industrial Arts: '
: "Fish for suckersr-as we do.. ,
from < FaUin1o linend
"We lived not far Orlando
Has) Cured. Thousands WillCure
And thought find the mercury show tondonjKy( ) Echo. .t, .. . ,

f January averaged slxtv-; ee? .,.,. Yo.. W.. 'F.. BLACKMAN, PH... D.. J'RES.;: ', order your pew' sprint suit .
Andvlebruarywas: sixty-three.: . Wornt.. of all ExporiAnc'ea.C4n ..', .. tf you are troubled.with' kidney or : 'from the great Osk-Easel *of I'

March, did no lion's. temper! showCloslng ,- anyt.h\nj. {.Ue worse than to feel bladder) troubles;, ?such'as dropsy

4 \ at slxtjr right you know that. ever]minute will be your last Brlgbt's disease, catarrhgravel l 01 ., STRAUSS BROTHERS 3

;While.April. warmed by a higher sun, Such was the. experience of Mrs. S. H. the bladder albumen In urine and'un 1 Coed Tailor for 26 Ye re. _

Closed. seventy In the run. Newson, Decatur, ,Al'a., !f'For'three healthy deposits, or too frequent ds. C., A. CARSON, Pr' *.l4.nt.,, M C. BRYAN' Secretary. CHICAGO I

The last two months with Je sun hlgh'r years" she writhe,*" endurecl', Inaull'er- charge of the urine; pain in the back From start to finish good '''qual .
Made Use f fluent uutuiutir weather. ::a: ; a
a rrlf stomach and bladder 'droJ>aloal swelling of.Uie Is the fest"ure -
,CooLnlghtsnosleep,:good -days to ablepalnfl> indigestion' ; ; --. ". sty predpmlnstinf
work .> -.. -* and bowel ,trouble., ;Death seemed inevitable ; feet and legs, eta, eta:, we guaranteethat of all clothes ni i.d. to order -

} K one was, toot inclined to shirk. 'when ddolors and all\remedies I by using Smith's Sure Kidney Waters &. .Carson; Grocery Co. b{ this well known tilleringbouse. :

.' Gardens flourished) in January failed At length I was' induced to fry Cure;'&-eerMplete cure will be effected ,' .. No detail Is too" f mail

1 And we Were served with ripe, strawberries Electric Bitters' and the result was Price 60 cents 'and tl.Oo. For sale ,r. '. --Wholeaale aal Retail Dealer l.- .to be given 'careful attention. ; J

Stria beaus, beets 'and miraculous.;: I improved at once and by.Oioaola Pharinioy. comfort Is
? peas, many your 'perfect ?
radish now I'm' "completely\ recovered. For ,GRQ'C'ER I E'S. '
-! :Track-lay" Ing has began on t.haU- : their sole slm. Call at.our ,
,And other things bur palates! relish. Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel
i road extension from, Punta Oorda to store sod look' over the splendid l
r .' We tried clear lakes for wary bass, troubles')Electric' ]Bitters\ Is the only Fort. Myers.Notice i
of 500 I.te.t'and
ys The "crackers" call them trout, r medicine. On/ roc'It's guaranteed by .... I I' assortment
And when you land one with a hook Oseebl ,Tb arm acy. of Application for Tax - COUNTY' AGENTS' FOR i.I: nobbiest patterns. We will l' '

.:Must,know .what-you are about.( -- Deed Under Section 8 of 11 A Y' IA ES quote you prlcei1bi'1I'1IIIateo' -
You get bite and chuckle now (; I Celebrnted Fertilizers' I'I'C I
a ; Notice of Application for Tax : "taws J .1 est you. Your satisfaction as. '' '
1 And say you'll have him in secret Chapter 4888 4'.
Unless the hook has a flr'm" hold --Deed under Section 8 of .of. Florida.Notice GRAIN T C. I always, absolutely III aran teed.'I''I):

rf Be jpmpsmalrandsaya"you'tesold." Chapter 4888; LaWs 1. hereby. 'given that John'' )i. Brjranpiirahiuerof ; ,_ Clrcalrre and Prlc.. -" .. ," ','

r 'The plckereCtbo, they call j fack'flshTJftcatise . of Florida.Notice Tax Certificate No. 4'"5, dated the ;?rT ,- F rUhed o "P"II .tlo.. ;7'\ 0, W. Daim.VVS 1-
7lh day of Mar, A. D. IHWI.\ baa filed aiUd certtn be is so tloklelsh.Hepulls Is hereby given. that Edw....,.. Smith cute In mjr cube. and bid made )le.tlon fur ';' 4
right hard to the boat piirchaner Tax Certificate No, Ux deed to issue lii acvordanoe law. Saidcertificate |
Turns back quickly; and,Ietl you float.Hogs .- tJod"rt'I.: : 41 h dsy oC November, A. D. 1HM embraces the ftflftwlug .describedropMnysltn.ted HIDES FURS -WOOLOou.aa.tX3r liAR WELL, .. It
haa filed I aald rertlaraw la mr fflae, sod lia*-.I lo:;: 8Ji4 Ouceula'nonnty Florida'lJ J .
N1' ,
roam the woods and' live on.h.k m.deap'Hcatlonfortaxdeetot.sue, Inseeor- i, wltr of Sec 81 T'p m: 8 B 29 .'
danoe with law Laid rertltlrate embraces thefollowingdesarlbed 'I 140 acre, the said lauds bi tug asueaaed ai the JUSTICE OF TUX PEACE: 'AID
date of the laauadee.of pitch ceniflcata In the
1 And are! wind-splitting.razor-backs. ola countFlorida* to pn wit1'|>erty attuaied"4 of NK'In.Once-1 and j I num.ofC) K Larttxuv.!! Hulen old cenlfleate! : :Produce: : a. Specialty. NOTARY PUBLIC STATE r LARGE I
(e Their legs'are long and alder-are thin W'4 8eolit.Tp2.tS.RS7K.' The aald land be-' hall be redeemed acooMloa to law tax deed MARRIAGES A SPECIALTY ,
Ins aaaeaaed. at the due of the IflftUMuce of aald 'i will Uaue, thereon ou the 4th day of July A. t "
And how they run, it is a sin. ,
I' D.. 1WW.WUiieftarnr Office on Stewart Avenue, ,41.(
enirlcau In of
the name Jt wroth Trod Co.U"" I , .
I offlfl la' nlguature 'and seal this c. """ "" .n,
a'little 1Dftrt1lto."h.U be redeemed
I.watched chameleon ao- of :KlSblMMEE.: FLA.
slit day May A D lutes ,
cording I to law. tax deed( will Untie thereon on (
Turn from brown to bright green, the l&th'larof June A. D. 1MM. Wltnena. my INO M LEE - - "
: w Seven turkey bnair-ards: stood In a row.Two official algiiatiira and seal thd the Mil day of f aSAL] Clerk Circuit Court The Consolidated Land Companywas H?
'f May, A.l>. tart -- a Onopola County Florida. .;
five held spread Q
were .eating,
M. Br W. R. JOHNSTON. 1> C organUed Jacksonville this ..
,r 1 nl( r'i i .wings, to show. '' [.CaLl! Clerk Circuit Court ----- --- !y
wcwtt.with. a capital Htockof *1,(>00.000. ,

,, -'!Sawan alligator thirteen feet long, By W R JOIE,NBTONE,Oatieola 1>. C, County, Florida in 15 : Notice of Application for Taw High Grade Whiskey., I The Company is ri ally a branch of the .,
Deed l Under Section bf
"tcl4nelosed:. around with fence so strong : 8 (..m."Il.lvmd' :Nnrnl\ Htorei i'-ompany ,,4'J.
With open mouth and'Cashing' / tall I Laws "
Chapter 4588:: ::
Warned all comers he would assail. Ct- 171 W "
. of Florida. AmericanBeautyand :t
'Rattle-snake.--ioue.lx] feet long-

Lay in a glass case made very strong NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT. M.
Wlllaon, Jr., purchaser of Partial Ta''': Certlf. Kentucky Exchange >
: One.rattled his tail with' stern insist, 1I1ED.10RDs Cats No. 19-Jdaled: Iheanl, day of Jutr.A.D INHH. P.- C. --i
ence'' ,. haa Bled said! certlfivata In tor 0111.... and ha ..- .. ,
kr Saying to us '''better keep your dl. made appllca'iou. for tax dw to unite In aroo, -- ti
4 tance.". danee with I.... Said rertlnraMombraoealhfollowing AN li h .- ,
deicrlbed i'ropeny situated In. 0_ '
brown bird o'er the sand ola County, Florida, to-wlt!: I and J .
J .A-wee hops hand., U6ijT N WK t-f 1vJtf Sectiun5T'p.5SB2711. : THE:: : : : r--:. E. R. LIBBY designs '
And catches flies
on every The said assessed aLthe date o' I latestfashion-
speckled wood-pecker at breakfast. Ilbe Unumice of such certificate In the namsItt3b --- -- 's.c MANAGEr-t
time' I Florida foiichern, U K. Cr. Un'c' able I models.
JHB ORIGINAL .. shall be redeemed aocordlotf to
.Tattooed. on the bin roof. so very fine. la*,'tax dead will Issue thereon on the :&nh Over 90 new
t day of June A. 1>.."'113. . and date
r now have the largest stock of Wines Whiskies up-to
How. will you to Anntnias bark !9 XWitnen my offlclat signature andy """
a r, Mosquitoes climb ontrees"and bark. LIVER MEDICINE peal tills the itxih,: day of May and Beers; ever handled ins Kia immee. Ali styles to "" "'

.; nOne chased a boy behind> tree (.zt/> i A.D.,1908, JNO. M. tKE. grades 'at prices to suit the limes. . from. Made 5'

ti Ran his bill through and the 'boy ,. 'J -- Clerk Circuit Court ofOsceola from selectedwear.well
"" clinched It Je Florida.BT gym' 9
i you see. m A County .
i 'A'salloV W. R JOHNSTON. D. C.

.Sit"1. Ids Walking well when thro f home weedsand'to'. change paluiet.toei, one's I ",biliousness! complexion and -a::coated, dizziness tongue, Notice of Application ,,for' Tax J""C"'G TR1A.a; :: : 7: J).. ..sJJCJ.AL'I: : : fabric and ,

1 are common indications of liver every pair \
,. clothe and kidney diseases. Stomach and Deed Under Section 8 of 1
"k; ". A small red bug may leave. some tracks has our' *
., 'You.cannot help to rub and scratch.' bowel Immediate troubles, severe,as they are, Chapter 4888, Laws A. 'R BRARDRN Proprietor. guarantee. I
give .
warning by pain
F The moclclnir-blrd on every h n4'. but liver ,and kidney troubles ,j of Florida: Ask to see \ k

'' ; though leIs painful at the start are Notice li hereby (rlren that Kdwerda Smith them.
r lad'we ", much harder to cure. Thedford' and Company. purchaser of Tax CertlflcjueaNo. i' "i
4 T1S.:dated Tib June; A D IW7. No. 417. dated
Bweeter muiie beond.l1t.1 sea. Black-Draught never fails to benefit | 4th NpvemUer. A I). l""-rt, No. 1M dated 7th 0 "
!X thtnMT': diseased liver aod weakened kid. ."rUtA. D. 1/11II1. No. 14(11. ated In! June A. D. Kalamazoo Corset Co. ;,1
: the wonderful
most ", .. neys. It stirs up the torpid liver Pros ":0. 424, dated 6th April A. I'. I""'''. No. .
: in' at bright summer land,',,!;:' to throw off the of fever and 741 dated 7th June, A.D. 1W No. 175: dated 9th Exclusive M.H.raKALAMAZOO ;
; e warm hearts, and clasp '- genus April A. P. 1H91. No. 191.dated 7th April A. I). MICHIGANSold
? ague. It is a certain: preventive No. dated 4th November A. D.
1MW. 442 imn. ,
{,c, Of the Southerner's hand.' cholera and Bright's disease of: No. 207. dated 7th April A. D. IHUO, "No dated7th HUll, E R. T. B U.T' L'E R E smd re>comn .n it Pine Castle 4 221903. the kidneys. With kidneys reinforced dated tat Jlwe A.0. 1WM and No. & 7.
May 1W4, baa Died said rertlflratea In ray
by Thedford's Black. em.... sod baa made application for tax deedto 0.Htanford..
,.; 'A' >Splendid Remedy.,, Draught thousands of persons have \issue In Muwrdance with law. Sail (.-ertlflcate A A' -.J.: *.- _-
1 '' Teuralglo pains,rheumatism,lumbar dwelt immune in the midst of ,el-,, embrace the folowl! ,s rieeltrlbed, prop. ALe.s: WINES. BRANDIES
any altuatlrd In Oaceola WHintT- ", 'orlda: BUY THE
.,a.ndjsciatlo. pains y elld'to the' penetrating ,low fever. Many families live in *tt ,6 6

'.4 Influence of,' Ballard!' ,Snow w doctor perfect"health than and Thedford's_ Black other.. o'N'i JIf*'/of aDd SEU$W4 Section! o< SKU'! KWUof' Section Sean 7. '3wi" 8WX! Dr L WHISKIES Oo :.!!.'!.S5ADU '

I'' JL.lnlaienfc Jt penetiatee to the nerves is NeI!: I NKi, of NW) and W'" uf 8KJ!: Section 'o. L
1 Draught.-- always on band for 8I'UI4!,. !:! o'MW\f Secilon 81. 'WW of NW'AWU > N E' r
( ,and bone and being absorbed Into the use in an. emergency and saves of SEW fertlou !U. and vv',4 of SWftMtfon E.

:! 4' .loon, Its healing properties are con- many expensive calls of 4 doctor,. OZ1...r KaaUThe SS alt luToWDiblpHi South c4> Ranger CIGARS; AND TOBACCOS E .
!t ,veYedbevery part< of the) .body aDd' ., .Xulllru. S.:c., March 10. 1901. .ald laude being assessed-at the date of .t'
I have uted Thedford' Black-Draught the leauanee of sub oortlfl--atea In the names SEWING MACHINEDo
'!. 't eiTect some wonderful cures.\ Mr; D"Fi .. : ,for thru yean and]I have not had toga 'of Unknown H I'alite, U Waldrllb, Anna M.Mulford. S S

;:: Moore. Agent ,JUr ois 'Central since I haw been taking It Corporation.. Y B.Nrmmick, Ihe J-alne Memorial not be dwlvwl- ' l' thoxe who 'ad- i1
Kallway, MUanTenn.: states: _I have If is the best medicine (or me that Is4Mf Unless said certlflcateakall be redeemed I Beer Vcrtise $00.00 y
A kkwingMacblue tor
according to law tax devd "HI I..U..IJI.-oD I''
7 ,''nsedi tiallard's. Snow' Liniment for I the market lee liver and kidney on the 8th daypf June A. I>. IttOV. I I .':20.00. This kind ofa machine can''l'q.'

;: .. Y pheumstlem,,bgoknctte, etafn trouble and. dyapeptla.. otherWmplskith ,' Wltneai ny omclal denature and seal this the I L pN DRAUGHT AND OTTLED be bought!\ from us or any of our' '"
.J' : ...:ml! Rey.l, CkLtWIS. ', 6th day of May A. .ball L y
. dealer
: from 1.1.00 to "
amllyi" U is.a splendid remedy; We -- .n. "f- -- ) MlYBlB. ," *tff .. : 1800.

.', _;:could\ notdo without. UH ,25c,-boo -and '>dielfM411MM+rsiyA 1 --:}.0 4". :,,'J. 'V\\t'..'...Ciroelt.." ....."Court..""; ,'lorida.; : .: ::0" :ban 0.: _. we MAKe 'A vANimr. >,rlmE''NEW'

'i'tl...0o. t"...U Druggistsw / 2It d By" M'. K JOHNdrONE,1'.C. I Stre'et, at. the BRICK BAR BUILDING. HOMF 'IS-THE- 'BEST.,, 7tl j

I Q 0 The the
Feed dcU-rmlnea strength'CUKIUWI '
N N Double Feed comhliK-d with other
rytNow':IdltlhbIO: : .Fellow a t: Badly R' T. 'B UTLE R HtrviiK lK>lnta makes the View Home'the ' SCHEDULE, IN EFvwr'4PIUL:1Zssos. !
: Fake t : beat Sewing! Machine to buy. ..

i I,M..; ,llthortlepra.. ,, -7110.40 1000p 112 Lv.,.:.. .............. ......,IITATJOH.8...'1'....... .. ..... .. . '.\......... . Ar. .lie 10 Slip Y/fite/ for CIRCULARSSontJiern showing; tb.dlf-
;X ilertilnfollowwhoanswered ather- 819a 9t7p .Lv....... ... ........... .....Plantcity... ... .... .. .'.1. ....... . Ar II. 946p -. Cerent styles at'
840a III\.Sp Lv... .. ...:..,. ......... lakebud. Ar .40. 9ISp10ma3227p 1
? we tnaDul\a.ctnftl and
'iisements In-cheap story papers.. has Ar. .. ...... ....... ...Ylmlmmee..i.v: II!'. 747p x e prtbefur.PlU'ebaaiart, \
11 02. 12G1p Ar.a........ ........... ..... Orlando........ ...........1..v, 1':1.: 711 P i a t t 1
n 'had tome Interesting experiences. He Uooo 10000a AI' ....... .:.. ..... .Sanford ._"J"..._..:. ....Lv 220. .000pn'l1p _ THE KEW HOME JEWINf HKHIKE CO.oaanec ,
'..;_ loraYankeeT1 '1: srp-Misr; ... ......; CI&y J.Ito..;;; -.f..I.2. >>.- -81118op. ..
learpedtitiat by sending$1 Ar. .. ...a........... ... .h 054and. '....roo.....I........... ...LV 440p ..,.. ,u
; ,.He'cou"d'.get a cure for. drunkeness; "85p 4 feet .Ar.... ........,. ...l....\ :P..tlt. . ......... ........ ." ...I.v ll'90p SlOp: MAYNARD LUMBER Co. 18 Union B l.IT. Y,Chicago,IlL,Atlanta Gka.U or
; \ 620p 7 Eta 1'01'..:...... .... ..... .Jsek.nnvllle..........,..., ..........Lv 1110. 1 slip .. LouleUo,aIluTex..8aG
did. !'Take . rraaolaoo,CW'
:And be.: ., ft was to .the 10 8TATION" 11..86 .' .)i,

x pledge;and keep .,.," .... lI05p t."..........5..a.. .....;...T.myr..a.-.........,........llr IIfp .. .... ron sate as
.t. Iv. ...................Pl.uCRY.... ......... ..........Ar t
; Then;he sent. fifty two-cent stamps tor ;>> .eii.. SlOp' Ar..i, n,.',....., .... Iwkelaad.. .... .h...I.-..;..J..:..; ..IN suep 'ii,a [ Saw and Planing Mills: Geor2fa K :
'"flid out ho'w" to raise>urnlps' .- 8O.10OZ1p Lv............ ......",._.............. ..... .......?..ta.. ..:..L" 1lOp ese. 10rJ Ig i4
sugoes.yrlly11. ? ,',;.. .. 12 116. ,.J..v...........:...,.........f.. .Areal/ ........,. .................Lv aisp ... .. .. ... . : found! : ont-: |'.lu_._ take.hold /.I\H. Ar....".... .. ........r. Punt.Gor.. .. .. ........+;,: ... ..Lv 1000f_.:. .
,..v. T6 ." STATIONS.---' *fl Iow In operation. Complete House Bills RAII.tWA.'Y'' .jk
Intl Pun.'t Furnished.
.. ",' ",:o, ui.' ,,topi I . ,, .6mp.,.,.. Lv.r; ..... .._.l..a....; .._........... .. ......'..... .a.a .00.. Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and UWANCB RIVKR
Lumber MOUTH.-_
:'-I.J. 13utng'y'onogt: he ,wished to marry, .'s610p. ... ... Ar',,.&,.;....:,.......... TAotuwraam.......:.: .. ...,.....,.... .....,. 7110. of all Kind SCHEDULES :1
; :0511 EFFECT
fed I send stamps' tot 490p "'10 a Lv. .......,r........:.....!.' Eaeept. T.m...."und...........{,..::.'.. ......... .. Ar bOl a 6USp445p ORaE'R13? : ;'II.tL' > :;) PROD2PTLY.; JANUARY:. 18 $., ;
Chicago firm 4or information as ,to 1146a Lv.f.M: .PortT.m... ....... .....Lv 114.44111' Lr Dlle rl.r. Quick*tep,. r
... .. .... ... . 'atk.9. .. fI IXIp", I .06. .. "
II Mp'3046a. .. ,,.. ..BLPelenburRW'birf".rrJ .... .LY sa6. l86p I MAYNARD ,
<" how' icf maks. an impression. When 1 lOp L t....:.. ..,:'...... .. ,.... :Clee.rwetee......:.. .. ...:;...........Lv ''' 116. LUMBER. Co. t1.klOuyIU.l . II 00 M.m" : C
t! .*; :the answer' came it, read;' "Sit, :dowq 7 '(II' Ar ... ....... .....y.......T.rpon 8prlnp .. ..................;Lv00.. I ArV.ldo.te.ArTU..n.. ..... ....,. 11 1& Maai !w

; :one Mot' dough "" ; little 7822' -82- -' .23., II 21 78 7Aa I : Ar COrd"I. .. ... .. SO p m,
3 sal
T t- p ' ,. t.w.f.s" 0111' I 4IIp 1 wp L" l.k8On1'lII.' AI' 8l1/1oa/ 124.\1' 'JlJp 06p L" Jacksnnvllte AI' 1211p . .. ... 45 .
(*'--,. *. .. ; L'' "'" 19 top 6 tap le 2O$ Ar Waycroe. L"I 40a 11 out. 6 lop ,U49p At'' V.ldoata I.v 7 Sop .- ArIl".c':: : &: p"f, I0.m
trlktaE'Erldesoe""". ;1 Ilia, 5 lAp I Clip Ar Savannah Lv' 20a 8 ens a IPP! 1011. AI'' Thomaarl'e I v.2.\a AI. Atlanta...... ,
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Fresh //eiitimony;; ,la great numbers .. Wllmtnlton Lv is 04p ArB1rqtIngham t: 64M1p ArChattsnooga... .. 100 OO."Ia. -
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'i} :constantlycoming in, declarI DrKlng'sNewDlsooveryforConsumption, L" 106 a :".' '
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114Op P 1116. Ar Chicago L" 7outp _
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TraIn.Wand 85 carry Pullman sleepers betWeen few York, Jacktonrllle and Port Tarawa E *' ? CB LINE '3 trdo.....101 north tram mnseeaValdatsw2tk 1.lIl1Oovlll.
: i ,f being .benefltted. Then 1,, be- dlnlnncaratrTlcathtough betwaen Jackaonnllaand *, PUBNITOB! AND .-- Local deepen ,,
JeneICltyp' day eoaehee between Jack = on Db I.
;'p" ta1c.ID8' Dr..Kings'Now Disoovery, onrllla and Washington, Pullman Sleeper train.7 8 and a J,between Jacksonville__ and New . STANDARD SEWING MACHINES.: =:: on. ,,.remaining. depot until 7i11O a train. m ,lot MM' ,
York and JankaonTllw. and without = ORDJ:1t1!: Pullman
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and a few;bottles' wholly cured ;mq. Coast Uue steamsn lave Punta Gorda for Fort Men and Intermedlate-laadlsgl "all; GIVEN. PROMPT, AT'tJINTIO.\ll.; \ yule to GL Louis via,above
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