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 12, 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: VID00076
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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0-1. assets B..U.a. 894'1 1 0.0.o1.,16.189', II" ".I'G".. Jar:. 0'LW, {: 0 Klssh11111ee. ,City. 'Via.. June .12. 1903, \ .r .:, Y_I'. VI.. No. I 2$. _

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A Movement, Backward.. How '-the,Senate Stood o. the Flag TOWh. COUNCIL' PROCEEDINGS. A press dlapatch says: jili'i"' rti, ,..,. lt1MA N/NN1yM/ ,, ':

A'petition'against the* "no fence' ler.biyorce: Qiteatlosi.'' .'. 'Towit' BALL., June (.1903. mored that the, Barrs-Stockton! : .crowd. -cC'MJ''S'- ,""--
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I law Is' being circulated and It.1 U said; 'The history of divorcee legislation Council' met in regular session'there bUe.seu.led' on R.; .Hudson Burr' astliel on ; "

has received many signatures! It Is,,'re- (in": the present, legislature 'U tntersstIng. being present 1t.Q.. Stanford.\'Pres't-J #. gubern atorlal 'candidate, and said a-great'bu snesa{
markable that such petition sboul Id the very early day s-of the sec H., N., .Bratton.J"-.-'' Thompson' Lee ry] on his Sensational! ',,1'110'' for railroad artntoiuid: : man, "are-my '" ,
meet the'approval of any oonsldeabl\ ..Ion't.hs bill'repealing' the Incurable Bandy and J,,Il.i Gilbert, Jr. Clerk. 'commissioner' '' to overcome the. ,and they-raced courage I 'can'all give theatrencth i .,n[',,!A'VA' S,,. GNEW.t; .

number Of people of the county JI' .,n,&nlty divorce act of 1001 was Intro :The minutes' of the '''last regular Davis" ware' thatis1sweeping* th them.:and'he forthwith paid for I ATTOR1IfJEY' A1" ..,......; ,
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will be recalled that'the law was ducat) by SenatorWadsworth, of Madison meeting were read,' and also of ad- .S And ,them you are .oooooo .policy In'The; Mutual n J rAKD\NOTA, *r': ,..J
fame. olB
adopted after a'hard campaign, and and was reported. unfavorably bllIbe journed D 8t1i1If. ," known, to Rushed Into eon Life'Insurance-Company of Ne '

i, there Ii no question but that It ha ,judiciary' cOmmIt..... A substitute The reports of. officers: were. 'exam-, a printed'ciroular.* ,Voted for -by York: Not'without the : "
thousands of men who'did. Hot 'know roost careful J 'W ., !If' 't.
been of to' the wad ined and Dl. ,
great benefit county offered Senator ;Adams making approved. him, but who read hU> pot; metal lnVestigation'however, extend; ll ',, .
,There has been a decided Increase in : adultery the .only 'grounds' for The following bills were. -approved : promises, 'and 'now he ii swlnglnir" lug over six months:,--Hb was con : &.. ''. .
the cultivated .area and the divorce and the substitute. and ordered into the circle for ''' he . -o\\ t
prospect .P.Dpt paid: governor'before vfnced: bv Just such'facts: as tea the :
Is that the, increase In the next few I ly adopted.' :When this subitltute'blllwas t W Ad.rhuldulary M M ror....... ...... S MI has barely) ,had time to'' make the President Offl over: missies ...... .
JIf"I' .-...r, ..Ial')' u mmnhB.ll....... ... lei 01 eflort to ''fulfil these promises* that of National Bank in OmcK Hot-YAO a.As., SOIL., .hw .
., years; will be far greater than in the placed upon its final p".Iag-ela thesenate A L Davld..n.alary a. loa"en..,. .,... .. Sa DOB I be.made to the men who Toted for New ,York make the curious and 1:30 to 6:30 p. *: k/t-.t'
'last few,,because of the constructionof It was! defeated by a vote of 15 Robert P Dana Urauao.wary" > ,L at Plant.B: L Plant.. .?....e,. Vt 7ft OOt 00 I him for railroad"commissioner..- shrewd provision in'his win which SATISFA t :''IbUAl4Wl b..;'r" i;:'

CJ:: ao>> m..DY'ood ro ch.. to- ID. BT referenda to the lnurnn.1 ftwill A canasta, i'l..ry ai lreuurar...,'.'. a 00 Leesburg' Commercial. is contained in "A. Banker's, Will." No.'?e., : 'xttr 6'lyr'. :
J K (jllb; rl Jr.,-salar7: Y "1..Ir.... .,,.'. 90 MI I Telephone ,! .
I : ''It Is understood of coarse, that.. be seen t-f; the 10 voting In; .M. I.. ... Clark, rear Ina dooda...."...!...'. 1 70 I Write for it and ,also 'f6V:. the .

I ,'the law Is at present land Is cultivated the affirmative, five,of those .senators' I' P8rlYe.l ""0.....not/.....pbime.?..,..., 1 N.Mr MMrmJ 'Tfc I. Happiest 'Woman, acoounVof the $1.000.000: ,poitcy Dl:. A..,B., S1EY'; NL, ,

l, '-Y'.. without being fenced,.and cattle add who in 1001" voted for the incurable, Insanity J McFhatt, "";"Ua'x. or';o i.iiJ:;: ,': COO ao I It the hardworking o'ne. The best, satisfaction The<<:? Lar e.t.AnDua1 Premiums1vv; f' .:..DJEN'TleT: ; : ; _':
bogs ire kept. 'wlt.hln'10010ure... 'We measure were willing to repealthe .1 MrPbatter, feeding prlionara.. .,..,..... S 00 comes of service! 'pet'q aed. j 'TW ,' .11 ,
a U sass police duty Idar., .,....,. 1 80 e.rpwj natre ( 1 1'- .4.
venture the opinion that the cattle and act, provided, however,that other J M M other polio duty Idar*..... .. 1 $0V.11. Only ItS nece..ari tq keep the bowels .Jhi -I. ....... "' Admhlhte..... ,' .",_ .
hogs are In a' mach better condition and minor grounds wervalso eliminated. .,. Gaaeua- printing ordlnaojoa, *..,..MO* regular and the organs active. There ""' -1. Aj o... >e44"foH'-y iydo.. t I. '"
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t A Lauenater maw K:L Plant VA Otdce t.'l"30.L
. .lnM thl. law went, into effect than ., These senators '.won, Adams, At> ppa ma say.t MbcrwhMn.. > i 4H OOJ nothingIlk* Dr; King's New-Life Pills Aow-Ia. ....... .oJ to/s 3o'r. .s ; t.

they ever were before In" this county. Carson, Mo Creary, Crew. and Rouse. II Wood ;;*ff'' N'..' ".''" ,n ft MOEYowell MMlMJohoaoa for that. The/ render;service, gently,. i THE MUTUAL:LiJrE'INSURAMC: .1.1i ORLANDO. :. .it! -,.FL0Il, W 1':

The rewopis they have been gWen These gentlemen arson record as favorlngonly ->- MtM: Bryan "". .N N ,..'' -'I.II.- ,WM UMM ret.' thoroughly., ,,25c, "at OaocOlaPharmacy. 'COMPANY : t '." l'l'N
'rmore attention ,When they ran' wild ecl'lptur..llrI'Ound. for divorce
r 1\. In the woods t.he cattle < were, scrawnyspecimens but absolutely and consistently Virket -'' N' N.* .s"MMMlu 17 60 I A. N'cCvaD..j' lde l ::1' S OTA1tVPvsLic4i" \'" t tsq.ATJC )
-1: of their kind, and the hogswere opposed to there remaining on the J hnr Wpodall |a>ftoTMBOol ....,..... 4 mMiBaas T -- --- '. -. ; -' '.
atnei work_+ .....,..- ,,.....).,I 1 7flIB Nassau Cedar, William and I.117. :- ...T' ft-J
__ .known as raor,backs. Mow the statute books of the State many'minor d.II'.I.(; ...,.. ...... .$0 erty 8u. New york,' N.. Y.- r L; ] ; :
A Mack wood foV ft L Plan..:.....;.. M III CECIL ,
-cattle present a Very much better appearance and;.comparatively* lighter groods Warren rif.40 cord.Twood.' ..,.???.:...s. TO OO We' are prepared to deliver ,WIUXXJX;Manager, KISSIMMCE.: W: : p.ORIDA.! '
and the hogs are much more when only an efforts Is made to, repeal W B MaklatontJo M ....,.. OSB ',;Jacksonville' Fla., M: I' .'r..
tl WoodMI M eonls wood.rtt': .. ..... ., 00 M. TILLER '
'of a credit to their owners. Those who one,of farjfreater: 'magnitude. Thereto H 0 Stanford porch act.....'.. bucl, "ate.II sow Agent, Kisslmmee.. .Fla.. +
,. *. U (lroCo 17 cor.l. .Ia"-/. .......... 17 00 i .. .
'bave'the good of the county at heart a:somewhat peoular phaseof the ID l' E Constipated Bowels.. I

ought. to consider the matter carefully situation. Had even only one of thosestrenuous for Bill drawing rendered up by Bell P,.Telephone A. Vans Agnew,ordinance T6 have1', good ,,health;: the 'body : ''W .LVill z i:: T.

before signing the petition.' Of course, advocates of. the repeal of and legal advice was turned should be kept''In a laxative condition, : .. -
the law Isn't repealed by ;'a petition, the politically obnoxious clause join.d down and Mr. Agnew was referred* to to any part of the cityat the and. the.bowels moved at. least'once, adayvso : ) [ '. - "
but a sufficiently. signed petition ..ith the 15, not only would the Incurable The Klsslmmee Telephone -co.. "
opens insanity clause Council agreed to rent house purchased . following low.: p't,: c e e': that all poisonous! wastes areexpelled'dally B B '0 K 'E'. RSp:,
for divorce have been
the way repealing Probabljrthe! : from O. F.'Parker south of E. ., Mr. O. I.;, Edwards, : ''
most of'those who are seeking to have : repealed, but also there would be todaya L. plant Wallace Bell for the sum 142' 'N.', alnBt.,] Wichita,. ..Kansas: : ." I 0(

c.' the 1." baDged.-t.o have the law so: law in Florida the divorce'ques of SfiO.PO per year P.ablei.1D advance '300 pounds_.for, $1.00 writes\.: "I have used, Eerbfoe'to, REAL; :; ; ES'T7A'E; :: : ,, .

that stock will be permitted ,to run at licit absolute" conformity,_with >tbat monthly house fortune, reserving of E. L.all Plant.of lot west' of 200 .." .o.4 ,.75, regulate,the liver and..bowels for the J,

large and cu.tlvated fields will 'haveto embodied in the ScrIpture. And It Sexton reported the stakes marking 100 :" .40 past ten years, and found'It a 'reliable ,,AND.1 INSURANCE* ;

be1 fenced In__ek to pasture their must also be borne In'mlndOtbat. orlg- the cemetery lots decaying and ln-bad -- - -" U' remedy,', COo at''All' Druggists.., .. . (*t.( -
.cattle and bogs on lands that.a e ''not loan, the ..natew.. quick'to adopt condition; the same was referred to 50 .20

.Inclosed. he Adams substitute, for the special. the Cemetery Committee. regarding' ',20 '''et _", ilO .

The arlumentl,8-ad.anced--thal, the legislation. "at first suggesled.:, necessary. By unanimous of council .L.,A; . :10 ,+. st u .05. ,

:law U .against the ''interests. of ..ADd'I" this\short' resume of &the Minx was reappointed'oltj TaxA -----

the poor many That was the' argument matter it. Is not uninteresting to agalp. sessor for the ensuelng year and the I 'n r9ijitLiJi'sT1Jr7RI

that was', used to prevent its not.e'tb"''vote.'on ,quest Ion of grant- clerk was Instructed to notify'_ him_ to Prices on Ton ,LQts' or ''more :
make necessary bond. :: '
...,.. --adoption. It" isn't',, good'argument.. lug a'dlroroeonly on .crlpt.uralarround Agreed 'council that the, city taxbooks furnished on application., 1 ,, "
;;; A poor man who has a.cow 'or- two Ir Florida. Yeas-Mr President be closed on June 30th 1903. . 'k' >('.;]

vnd a few bogs 'cannot.:.affoYd to turn (Adams), Senators Bailey,, Bitch loved and seconded that all bills .

;them into the commons He wants |o Brown, Carson. Crews, Faulkner, Mo- I clerk against six the hours city before must regular be filed meetingof with 7cooler;Ring up or Phone'?'efrlieratoi'15 when need your. I THE rPJlYLliGEOC.TDW" E';J

:get the beet possible' results from them. ea".kUl.Mo Creary-;Necl. House, Scott councilor action on be refilling : HIM SJJWr.! !

pasture and"feeds them. If he.should Blbunt, Butler;Cri11, Dlmlck'Olllen, Officers holding bills. must' be governed . -:- -. ... "" L
let them run fUd he' would get no Harris Kirk ;Law Miller :Palmer accordingly l .; .t: "'_ :. .
JV-WefHllter isicSTloctor : .
The bonds of ; ? nlnJIJO! $ .. .. '''''t'
benefit from them worth considering Peacock, Raney Sams,'Whldden,'Wilson ,and marshal, and 3. U. GilbertJr. W. B.THaklnsoB'Co( ;. t1. !.Z :'1. :-.j: r

It Is ,the man, probably who has a of the ?th, Wilson. of,. the 14tb."--: ., clerk.,were examined and on account ; . t-v
number of Oalnesvllle of not being properly witnessed ) '
large young pattle and bogs, Sun. :
were returned t0 toe above named officers j _.- '
And who wishes to raise themon>> the TOLLYPOPSICECREAM. , VICHYWA' R; c"
A 8p..ctlct-'R..edy, with,.instructions to have them .
Ainf noed l lands, who Is the) one who Neuralgic ready by next regular meeting. Clerk .' MILK SHAKHi lORAPEJUICE
pains,rheum atlsm-lumba" ".' ; I ;
expects to be benefited by the! proposed was Instructed to notify-J. .Al Lcnca.- : J ,f! r.i
and sciatic ;,i Ml /t.l" : ROQT ", ,
.change .ro; p.lnee1ld- to the: pewetratlng ter. treasurer..) to have hla bond ready_ ., . .... ..<,' ." : --.0. (' I'tIi. },.
In the law.. .sr latest .
-- - u d"llthe' '
Influence Jof Ballard's Snow 1 by next meeting.: : ,; ,. ., (\. t'#: ...."f.'A n aatl"; 1 t' '! ''" I., 0'1.
And the fact ought not to be overJ Liniment. 'received EdW. Deere : : : .' : :: la, amost 'pelttiarYdt'lai.Y', ,i, '.',t' t.t':
It penetrates to the Council communicationfrom ; i : : ;.r' : : '
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> looked that eattleroamlng will '. -,,,, ,,, .'" !$,' '.II- "" \' .
J > overUle J. Mr Wilson,, asking that reduction .'> ,\ ; I\\ ; '
and and into the 'l
bone being'absorbed :' : : "M, NI'P. .io 'f;
[jj; country.would!" do great?d amage to on tax sale certificates held 'fWhen &nd..warm. ., they/will/ queneii 1'
? '
blood its healing properties are Having located permanentlyIn ,
conveyed f _
,the 'canals'and ditches In crossing by city against Oaborn and O'Neal's you.. off, .
to every'part of the body and addition except lot 1 block B, claiming Klssimmea < "
them and wading them they would effect some wonderful cures, Mr.D.F. ; the same to have been erroneously A parlor-for the, ladles has 'been; specially 'prepared.:; "' t.;

3n .h the soft soil into them; thus increasing .\,Moore, Agent Illinois' CentralRailway assessed. After' Investigating the Will Take Pupils for the will find it a pleasant place' to stop;while out shopping.. ;.. : '
the cost ofkeeping t.hemlOpeD' matter council agreed to allow 15 1'81'oeD" \ " fDon't
:Milan TeoD..t.aI.e'J; : have ., .
r Besides would be off of actual taxes provided same Piano Forte I ,
they getting ,: .
used Ballard's Snow 'Liniment for be paid In 30 davs.i. "- Collie and see tor;Yoetlldt
Take Word for
'on the railroad tracks to the annoy- rheumatism; backache ' c ; ,my blot -, ..
-my Terms $3.00 Per Month ... .> __ .r '
trine of theral.lrpad companies'and ontfie x .
family: It is'a splendid remedy. We :
Improved roads to"the annoyance. could notdo without it." 25c,.60o and Tax hot'.weather_on Bab1es.Extreme is Local agent. for L....., ... -- ",...:'::-'---= .... '-. '" _ .. :.'.. .1.-'- ........_ I', ;'1",:" .
fthe.utombbllUts.., ,. /1.0Q at alt Dru &,I.tA. : ,a,great tax
.The."no fence" lewis the poor man's upon the digestive power ;'of 'babies; '
Saw, because It enables him to oultl1 Teddy And Booker.It when puny and feeble they should be Roberts &. Shermandealers ,

.1 alAl a few acres without' going Unclaimed' :by a number of, our given a few doses of While's 'CreamVermifuge .1 ' > TThatjaild; , r:4r :

to the 'expense 'constructing exchanges that Booker T. has invited ,-,,the', children. tontcV It tn standard makes of

"fen e.. The demand of the poor man I Teddy to Visit. him' at'Tuakfgee in will stimulate and faclllate the'4 tare.- 9f pianos the and organs., A, sample 'i

t e no' fence'' for crop. and fence'for the ,,near future. Well whjs not? Lion of their food, so' that they become Pany

battle and hogs. If, the present,, law Booke .dIned with, Mrs.; and Miss .trong'healthy. and active. hoc at all Celebrated KImball' Piano'

Is retained we shall sea vast Improvement : Roosevelt so' why should not' Teddy Druggists. _
ln the''gounty next break bread with "Mrs. 'and MI.." U now OD exhibition' at; the Kls->
Inj.: Jibe_ :}:"tennear. slmmee. Drug Co. .Call and.inspect tee I. r..
.. There are signs of It on every WehingWn-Slwuld\ Teddy olele 16 An Ohio man,; writing to the DeSoto It. Headquarters; at the arara

3hand. Now that the pretty accept. Booker's reciprocal invitation, County New.; "'Yolce8'a: .fact ,t.bat"S. Graves House. Pt 293.

well drained and good'roads are being we suggest the following program for generally"known .those''' conversantwith I. .

,';bnJlt to every part of it,'the lands will the festive and fiallelujatie' oocassloo: conditions .In the eastern and . ,p e i

Jbe 'broaghtaunder oullvatlon.: To r'ejpealtbelawwouldbegotngbackward- 'lest a. m. ,Form line to march'headed, middle .ta...,- when he' de l.rel' that . ., . 1

by Draktown band students full unl there are thouaandeof people in his .
; ]/a'3/a>1r'7Nrh lle a / -- --: '-
>and thattoo. for: the 1JeDe: "'of a'oompartively form, afoot; 'M.Iss Washington ,and state who would change climates. and ''' ,_.'Setl. b7"I" : \

) few people., Improvements Teddy.In; first carriage, followed by go south If they knew about the coun BEfORE-:- .. : ;' "!- :

* stopped and some of the land Institute trustees end faculty with try. The wrltter adds that Florida Is GOING .

thai\ has been reoentlybrought ,undercultivatlon wife;'av foot. "' .- ," not,well advertised, .while during .the I W.' B. MakinsOnt4::

would be abandoned .Pub- 10: a: m. Arrive at'Booker's residence. past 'winter'every ',' woman and SHOPPING :

Ho sentiment should veto the petition ., ,,Reception 'by". Mrs child had books and .pampbelta''of '' t\ !;'"" >
'' \ I7OaierAr'1>l'
alUngJojr.an_election Lo'repeal the ington, risked by>> the.'Blue' wa.h.1 the PaclfioCoastpalDtlngltasthe Garden Put our list'name for \on.: .. \ ., .JL'.n \\t t;:
-Voo fence"!:law.-Sav. News.. Dames of Free Niggerdom. of Eden,sod as consequence over .your '

: . l! p. m. Luncheon>> on lawn. 'Address( two hundred persons;.-left his ..county Tenet ..... I. General. ;.Hardware. ,\ Sportlii.Goods. 1 ,

r.;' BtrtkiMK Bvldsme. Teddy'The.', .: Race Riddle to go to the- land whose 'ad..t.... *>.rt>Ma ,: "J : ''" jWGe6
ved." 'sol-I' had thus been brought to' their .attention 'rrrsa.* : { ," :
yiVesh: testlmopyln. numbers is c:.... I -
great ''.Miss')! These people.. looking lora : :
Si p. nu. Carrisrre-arlve," ; Bath ak.sartre 't- -
constantly coming ,|Sn declaring:Dr.KIDar' I 'r "
.New f, Washington and Teddy .to, .lead :pro place combining favorable climate J ; pricespn barb i wire andna11sb8foT blllIi .....1.7 ''+

\- Discovery r.pon.umptloDi cession. ... s 'T: conditions with opportunities for earnIng We, have'aome, : .' .. . ..., .. . "." . , II tNEW
'c'o1l8'1u'"d Colds to be unequaled. Ii Tea ln(. "MrsWash.ington's .1 a}lvellhood, sad they'' !.....' not surprises 1 q high quality and ..
from 161:1'- nx : ..
recent ,expression T. 3. ,McFar- : should .I If
particular where they went", providingthey low prloesand yon. not. ..
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j. .
,land Benton vllle; v... serves as exam* I could be assured of these deelrabe 'rmlss' them. ,;0'
6; m. Song byMiss'! Washing"; !
Bwrltesi"I: had Bronchitis p.
pie. .for '
feature*' of,, their, new, ,home., The '. Just now there Is extra ttraoOD. -.' .
three years and doctored all the time ton. ."If you were only single again.. II Pacific Coast. advertised and the ad at our. store in our latest l IM"AR'Ki'ET': : : ,
Teddy to )join In the chorus, : "
without being benefited Then I bed vertlsemenU drew''' these HtU.... The .perfume.,

\tt gan taking Dr. Kings New Discovery; 8: p, lo. Banquet W.1comeBook.1eio moral Is obvious, but It 'seems ,tb'be CONOO ROSE' i:" 'I. r.
and a'few'bottles wholly cured 'me; T,, J toast, "Ood save 'Mrs? W alb- "moving .. :B SS.OLD.'ST; : : N :; .f
be .
lost who should The ,
'dear on many' VSNkR
Our, ,. (j
Equally: effective In',,curing all Lung Ington.. 'Tads toast, t.heatatel. adyantagea'td "l"h.r.S. an atomizer< full of It' .. \
and troubles ''OoD. mptlo a-ue.t\and': fellow "ol'laen." "Miss"Washington spirits' presenting. :' ['upon our counter and we want ES.'W00D'PRQri.1'
Throat \ \ EV- t /
health anafortunerseekerr ;;
the. home ; ;; ,
to-test its delloa- .
Pneumonia and 'drip.. GUaranted by and Teddy, you fragrance, .... \ .".
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of ,
other of theoountryx' .
parts : r
,, walk-"Mss. 'cy permanence. .. .
10 Cake' : .
*hOsoebla Pharmacy Trial bottles free, : p. m.' - -: ..l. .. .J j -
and.TedcJ .. : : .; '.It .73'cent.. in \ 'rtaYingasso'ajatad'oursafves! In thenm pair
.regular. slies We;; and 41.00. Washington costs -pel' ounce; together .i
, .,, .j.;. . 12. >m.1/Jrap-: ame-Booker. 'and, '. .> i la' handsome bottle -which willplease'aogevery ,:Vet. bualneA/ we tAe'tiia.'methodof'blloitlag'Mrle' ltr

at an out of the' war place, 'tr;. a. ,m., Foraglcgexpedttlpns; enlisted;,10'the army for the, war'withSpain ,".ervtc.e. fair and liberal d aKng. and ..haadHe*';only tin butt 1.

}remote from civilisation, a. lamlly. is nelgbborlug'chnkearfea-Book. and have applied for' pensions'. ,Our fancy ''perfume, ';iomt meats the country.affords.;' Be f.muttoni: sjkdi'porit.$' ""each ,,
;' often driven to .desperation t lit case of Tedder- V I Those callingthemselves"Invalids". range in price from. COo) to. . k"1 ., and all In'.uon.Fne.. ; deUvetydnd. : profrisjtservteells'" our. i 11

,accident;, resulting .In, ,Burm.,, Cuts," 4i f ... m'ItalceIT', l soon.-'Miss". are'' 'In' number:, ,while. $.39<} Everyone. ) a beauty.THIy06CEOL& : ,.."" 'mottos, 'y __ "i.;. 9.f' ..,..,.._.. t'Y'4.... . ' r tII

.' i ',;)V IID fleers; 'etc.'Lay.In a- supply Washington .and Tedd,, JSODW' by 'Widpwa"' are also clamoring: for \ iloiTh n..'have been 9,881./In- R '""''... ... .. ..' ': ..oj. EEVE ., ."
-of: Bttclden's iArnioa ..Salve.;; !It'. the Teddy;, .uU..lp.. TaseiAVke ,t*toe per ; Jt "" ; I"c".T.' ;r--
It. *bsitw'pnerth,2fto 1 ; ; '''It''oeoeoj/. ; <' '6; a. kru:Dfi.nd.ID4!! soda, and.chlo: valld'V..and, 3,1168.1:! ;Widow1', plaWs J "O..... 1'.. .. ..c:. ., "7 .:f: :_ i ..: '.w ..': :
..... .. . ', '' .... rI4"of; llnje,-Corinth B>rald.! > .... .' h.b4te, 'I.'re1ect J $ --E#.", "' . <<4 _. ._r-i'>>._.P>>1I: '," I .. .. .. .* .

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. cad., or Mayor, of the principal city flih nnd fruits, nnd wandered Snaked
f 'r --\\I\ stud said they'would u.e fore if necessary up and down the coast, |

ORPHAN ISLE of PINES.UMITCD to prevent tax: levy by Cubn. Three hundred Americans Lave: set
should lied on the l Inland, and with an enter. ,
insisted that tho
They country
.. ,'. ... .. ..
""" of their race they
Stales uiid ..prlsf cUraclorlsllo
d JieJsaa: to the United as t tre
STATES AND CUB HAVE RIUL soon as the American fine floatefl over rapidly turning the noturnlrwealth

,_ :CLAIMS-J>RDDlJ.cTS'AND, PEOPLED' them they would pay 'heir taxes to of the' tountry to coramertlnl' *M.. i

': t. iIi '. ./t! Uncle Bum, but tierprto! any only e1)*e They lu|1'0' found that many wood '
In Its Independence from: govern I\bnliul.: sneli ns cedar. ,. >ak, plnn rtt lest,

,I -1<'1"" *Hie' coast..of Cuba there mental! control, the Ihj of "Pine- 'has ocujn. cnbrlua.apcclio.. tUl>tll'. cotvul( r :ndaloa of .htelu. to M"I.t.....,..

\!. :: Is an Arphnu Isluud by the simply been Iruo to Its traditions. For ehouy, uiahoKiitiy, walnut,, i-elUn, maronfin E lir what "OU' have and 'di ;
i t--r name of the Isle"of Pities, more than two centuries after Columbus tutu ujCua andJJlrPv'aU."l1)lIwhlchjne ! <' @ iretolJ.ut'lIn"I"'DOldI

o cw 1 1S 1t 1w 1x 'Secretary Hoot has Just announced dlftcovprcd it this piece Of the woihl furnishes mont of IIie-j0cei. 'I I I { I l saying/ elf "successfulbusl- a
tbut Cuba Is''its' was the homo of fleets'of. pirates who ltli-H of. life Including! food, drink, j I. I'M" mew when nuked as

guardian( ; but the orphan preyed. on the eoruwree'ot the Atlantic shelter and rnlihcnl.. Many.rare wmwUhnve G'I f nv m\v they succeeded in -

protesting. It had' eugeriy expected to mr far north as the Cnrollnns and long been used prutllKnIl.r' ,by Site I, fife, writes i George:E. Chadsey. The
call Uncle Sam "padre." and pod"\bat to the .southw&id/ n" far as Rio Janeiro nntlveH, wlfo did not realize their t vijlue.. expression Is peculiarly! appropriate. InlironnectloirtFitii
Its-anticipations! han liecn-suubbea.! It The i land wffii! jx-cullnrly adapted bynaturC find tbim the Hp-iuluh prison lit Fuei'uierouar j I tho subject lu baud :

bas In true Infantile- fashion "set up n as a haven for the..buccaneer, ( ; In ,,wlilch-polltlonlly pri.JAleeswere and particularly applicable, as regards

bowl. ,and some Cubans/ ,. thjat) even nt theprexont nt cue lime cnofliietl when! the first of the quotation. When!
I part !
Herbert G. Squlers.. the Uul'tNStnt.... time nhould thin Inland Lowe ,, litlaiid ":*( used asp |>enal colony* )Jsfluhdicd I the first! l 18 carried out the lasf half follows ?
Minister to Cuba who returned-to Havana Into the i>6nHeii.luu of n foreign/ irawer (III ,niiiU K.inr'uiid ebony. over 'as'D natural consrquencKTh ( ')
recently trom a vb>.U to the Isle It would beconap' a utrateglc base of op. \'lalclI baulseu! daubed whlte 'u..h, for. 4
effect of tire on a roadwaysntunistakablo
If .Pines'. reports :that the"AmcrlchuP"lgrmm. . erations'for sluuggfers.iw4n / "orn'"Ul'nf nl IlIIrl.OM" In Its results. Tile ,wide 4

L ,, '" ""tlre'.lla... lonV received the- vote .of approval -

an n J preserver' or rojuis. wiieronsihe .
narrow tare'to universally concededto M

\4. j' bo d'l : at the Missouri nnd South CnrvUna
,4 ,JV agricultural colleges, have denipiistrnted v

r I conclUHlvcly the advantages. of U'
the wlil! the over the narrow om, both
I 'In the beneficial elect! on thereat .'Jr.

pp fiiee-and tho.lljihtei1\ draught.As / ,

:f ( regards the Hunter draught.the.
pests' made; show Ui/rt on macadam or

shirt'ronds'the. broad tires, under the

game conditions. carry n pilh; In lighter

\J JIrrIc f;' X drnuvht of from sixteen thlrty-flvo
g '
.. ., .'A : per cent over the narrow tire.; Whore: i
0' CI" "e. . the 1'01ld. are soft and muddy but haven
,r'JS A ,z.;t: Lr..:. hard foundation the narrow* tire V
:. (p1 .4.,.." J '' .,, .. ,. .1.T(. e neoniH to offer lUll re.Utano than the
: Saa f'
i .. \ ".' ,., :< .. wider one. It rut thronuh ,to the 8\11t1'
c r t. residents enrlh more easily and lifts Menu mud.
,t there ..
arc clamorla for..A.o.l
'.. ..: :. ;. .. / r.
Il, : lean sovereignty nnd jaoy Clot tile season of_soft rends In compar.nlhely .
bavo nude eatynshc short durln: Silly 'year: and thellttlp I+
l> ,t.r.lln'l' . Jnud
rf ,
Peterson, Secretary Par:' with the 'understanding unit She Ktsrs R aft i I tcniporn'ry adventagepa5Iet.oetef'rousideratloli. .

; d l1e J and' Stripes were to flout over their '
; Club, Chicago, .from .expelionce houses. The fine b'oodl,1I1J' >< ran tipped A had rend will never l econio-good A
to Congress for'relief' from the ruling. by the traffic: of good' veliM",. luiMluit! !
ad vises" all. "young-.girls who have pains of the Secretary yfar..
About thc_ lte oC.Uio Mtate of Ithode bad ;lIY l IndUcrlmloate use of :Improper\ 0
_ t .qd.Jpkn} } e sS4peciar"to ,their' sex, to-rely on. Island, and situated] slxfy tulles*: south i i : w ,,'ht'I'I it. Narrow ilrc grind' l anti wear
: of .western'end surfaces Instead of I'.klllnllll '
JLydia E1Pinkhani ot.Subnthe Isle of ewny
; S Vegetable, COmpound. Pines would valuable' nocouslou 4 'taaa' rententinA them. If IIIB: been, demonitrated ( -

y ..110" un l1'beaut.1f1l1'0.D6 girls develop Into listless to any country Interested' Jn South ( $ ; 3 +, rwz ..j.jI I, by Dforlnthe Fr. 1111 onftlneer,
worn, And
F women,simply' fenoaoM uffloleot attention has not been paid to their hopeless American offalm. In the ..nrneT on ihnt a tire ..4 inches, ,,-Itlt'raufilpd! nearly
'.. r..Iopo'No woman. exempt from .physio*!.weakness and physical tude asTampa7Fla., and tlie-mme latitude +' I double' the wear of a 4.I Inch tire
J1 pain: and.jroung-, glrle Just budding: into womanhood. should be caret perlodia ullr, as Yucntnu,, :Mexico the bit of \ \ r1r'Y'.kp, ; ..+14r Further t..llt.l .hjwi-cl a 4.n Inch

__ S 6 folded pbyslc&Uy M "well as morally. land I Is regarded an strategic key to I I AN: INLa11.! I'lN't'S: 1"\l \UU'4 Iu,114A .. ..... lire causes no more tin inn zito n Fond '
*T you know of any :your lady who Is sick, and needs mother! the Caribbean Sea and the Yucatan -- Ihnii n HP,'en Inch tire an *4vlca ask her to writ to Sin. IMnkham at JLynnraiASs. Channel whichconnect / opinion U that nlxm-.:; ruches there
a1T. her 'Advice free from a source of knowledge: who frill .- tuU sea with lino of reefs encircles/ the island' \In nil,' quarries contalnliiK: 1\\n.11 rlPule. 1',

aua.ledvta the country.; -Do not hesitate which In un- . c...." for the most purl stud between It end '. of willIc, green end pink) stave' -.tClrlol u.vnnI41jr,
whloh'one which details Cuba lies a ehainof. l Isles culled It niny not !II. put of plnre nt this 1i
may: notlike to talk abtfut, and ire eMentlal _. little are IIO1 1 Itclnjr ox| >nitc.l. and a finiMiiiy) '
nissHanna:;. 'E. flershon Colllngs- f!: ir t t ,1j on Its northern nlmrr Is NtuvnJerouii at Snatu Fe In the Interior jot. dlffereut.diameters' ( on flicmadnsy.
.. 'II .! '\'\\I ,, '\I''S'it'\ \,, ( a short distance up the Klo de where there .. According to experiment
J ....!, ,".<\\'"\ ; Is the I/Ir/ ,,( of- he ninnjliiiiftiicKhiiii -
'wood the '
N. inmle I
J. 'f' nt Royal Agricultural Show
f Cerro. !
says : ,," '''HW'' '' Should n person In 11.1'01111'wlfilb
I".,' ,'I."I' 'I ........I,. ,1\\' ''., springs| widen haw lung
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\, "I thought .would.. write and tell vom \1' .\"' .':' .'i\:, to'hdt (the i"h> of Pines, lie would mnde thin Ixlmul. a health, resort for It t Iteilford England the renlMtnuee ofM
that, by following your kind advice, I feel like 1 : t .\!.( ), ',',i'fg .\' \ cross Cuba by rail by a journey of rich CtibaiiM. .Vmirullxl. '| -CIN'| Increases lutornply nil thi diameter
\ ?} \ :\r- ''' ', Hay that the : I Hint 1M I reduce the diameter *t
anew person.I '. : a a'rn f thirty miles to Itatalmiio, and
was.alwaY's thin knd delicate ". take a lilnnd 'tJn .
i : '' and .o weak that I could hardly do ,. thing,.. ';},:II"$rit,4't.\1"\. I'. ,. ,d,. i :,.'vl'I ,\ steamer from there for Ntiova Jennin. guy) fully IIOKHCHHPH 7m of fish.'species The niimt of 1 MrsU I'lltiires'iue -- t the wheel by one-half'load and 1 the force required '
Menstruation ': + Though tho entire distance to more the will hove to
was irregular. : \ would IM ,
Wi >
\ # ;>/ 'i ini ui4ur of the bird
-. f "I ,tried a bottle of your Vegetable Cbm. 'i'.; \"x"h'.f' ' ., only ninety IIi n..". nevertheless, under in one wlilvli" walks aliout family IfI'oiillod. The (I\lUIIP'Ot thin differenc *
)and and I"': '1 >,t'i,( on lily pudx, i <> In attributed to the pinking dovraif
f" 4' began to feel better; right away. I COR- "M'J'fix"t ",, prevent conditions: It would take. the stud possesses blue head feather. ,
,( tinned its use, and am now well and IItronsand ,\ \ ::,::,(\. \, ,lX'.. ,:' traveler a whole day. "hltc'hoily.' ncnrlct I bn-nxt,,withreiimy : the wheel 1 In the roadt....). Till! Ink-

.t menstruate. regularly. I cannot say enough for ''"'"\'.I..h.:(,'.:iJw. '! ,<<: ..! Were It not fur n long projectingcapo. 'of gr y-n and bill of om IIlto'. In Il"tell'', Ins of the wheel IH what destroy. a
what your<< medicine did for me"How' ,<."' .''.' ..\ .. i ; : much resembling Cape Cod. at road and an additional font In illiuuelerif
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\ ; .'< *, ,'h , the western end of the southern shore wheel might prove of greater benefit
) } Mr$. Pirikham Helped ,., \\\.''''\: ,,"\','.I tile Isle of I'hicwould have tbe, :nun an extra lurh In width of tire. It
t. 'II'l"; ; '
FannieKumpe.. : .., ".''f\."\' ;" 1k,' square outliiic' of -the1 rinpoctlc Block .VLP ..rrrlnIttc.e rra will lx> perceived that a wheel of sqnal|
: DUB MBS. r PufKiiAM: :-I feel it is my duty to II''. ', ' ,. ", hla nd. At IIIlJh tide; the Island Ispractically + llamoier lion to cut deeper In order to
'write and telly ou ,'I' \ let: a Kreater hearing 11111 ra{'('. On aveil
of the, benefit I have derived from your advice and \ transformed Into two land r' a3. 'y rt.ra '
t ,'the use of Lydia K. PlnkhanTs Vegetable Compound. The pains areas, for the reason that the pelt I ronxtriutrd, road the elasticity' : of '
': ", ito. my back' and womb have all left me, and my menstrual trouble is t'I Inundates a chain of lagoons) across the' the roadbeU In equal to Site' down bear! ,l
( *rrect d. I am thankful southern of the lug .and ax the:irheerpaiises 'over. the
!/ very the good advice you gave me, and I I part isle The northern
_ /iI' rtl, i all reonmmend.1our medicine to all who suffer from female.weakness.. ". pnrf.: facing Cubn. ,' howe\'(>r?' 11I moun mrface It qulcklysprings! ; ba' k to place.Dn '
: . . .. . . .
; ... built roads'
FA poorly the
-- wheel'
; loam: KUMPE,1923 Chester St, Little Mock, Arlr (Dec. 10, ) .) 0" 1 1c fa 1"0118vltli peaks more than 200( crush
,/\ ..t'.f.rdJa': -E. Pinkham's ,, 'Vegetable Compound vrlll euro; I tAX e cot above the sea Here dwell nearly C., AVLI J0 C1 CrSItE4ti Hid displace Ihv road materials. theretky -

'woman In the land who suffer from womb troubles, inflammation any IM4C OP PliTKti WASP all of the 30OO Inhabitants, and those! . threatening! the endurance of the
of,, the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous excitability, nervous the Gulf of Mexico.- -.tttcutloa-to--the-- who have been stimulated by Aml"tlRnt"otl'rpdl'O rnadlted'and Increasing the cost of '

r ttrostratton, and alf forms of woman's special Ills.l Island ". a military bane baa recently to till the soil finds. that't Itresoiids : -- been still more strongly focimsed by ] with .a wonderful fertility. coimtlpBH forms of Insect, ami am- -s.c. even It the road be"perfectly lev-
: the Venezuelan} Imbroglio. Potatoes arc produced which bring; a blblaii> life, stud after nightfall travelers !lithe whoolnnre conntantly coins over
:lvALsjw4 l CO. $25.2ttay! The circumstance which orphaned higher, price' In the market of Ilavflca nay the IUKOODS glow with oho'pho'eaerutlightst "- in Incline. To reduce this crude to tbo .4*

o the Isle of I'luen grew out of the than those frnni the Vulted 8tate ; ; wlll-u'-tbe-wlnpii. I and minimum should be the object of Site
i jiSwUFonjlk E. Well Augers do Drills recent Tobacco other uncshblv forms of piiKhieer and can only be
l; Spaal.b-AmerIeta War. At the end of grows even too luxuriantly. misty llnNew -.- ncconiplUbedby
!. ... : 0..trM..a.r. 1t:1 = the conflict Spalu! "relii! nil\ be and the _ _____ clnfttirlty. r..IlIJOnl1! In measure to theprcmmre +
1' r, b _e..rta' dept sovereignty to the 'Island and the pineapple which grow wild In u
: 'au..t. rJ i' =:.-. nations wondered ns to Its fate. Some such abiindulire that it gave HH mime PRACTICALEATINGAPRON of the wheel.. r 74
T UIOIIIIIUCIIIIE co.. TWILL, own. said it would come into the posiieHtilou to tho island Ix. bclnu scstemntlenhlyruined It will therefore be Keen ''hat severs!
for Amcrlpiin !Influences may be brought to; hear
of the United States; others Deemed to table upon
M regard it as geographically of The population of the lade of -- -" 1 1m maintenance of system of roads.
a part Pine/ IIIaJ"lhl.t t
_ Cuba. Inasmuch ns Cubs, by reason of front Unit of Cubit and 'IH amixture M..:T lie M.... .r .-......1., LlfirB or 8m.. Proptr construction of road and careful
'Drs.s yJCrlt oks Its concave shape, embrace the of the native Cr..h. ii'lectlob of vehicles that pass ovelllniu '
Inje: ..
... Thin are two of
t':' ,t Fines In the of Its '. little apron says Woman'sIt the most Important
."?rrj segment are Inlernational ... ......... .._ __ .
Im Biota (.. mnllnl. .. .I. nL. fn'tora In the !rood rf\mt1m niAallnn. .. Tli*
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curiosity therefore "-'Io'l'.at. w..u. .u''"''J' Ilt'W, -
:i"r f3rit$ e Boilers, day iay*>la ct ..permaacat Triallre.tme.tgieufrc..NothIu can ly aroused when Cuba ratified the I'lalt ,; is a simple, practical eatlug-uiron| pnJluper may be responsible for' the;
.... b.<.lr. for children, first condition but the latter comes '
c cut In
amendment which in defining' the I ono piece, )
'. t;! ; :': S*|WfMnhifUi Write Dr.H.H. ....... __ bounds territorial buttoning with button within the jurisdiction. of leis municipal' '
) } '-'allata. au B AtlMurCURCD .aIANCt.f I of Cuba omitted the one on'll'III the
Ml "AtL'"tfNDS"OF'JUCDI ERT- .I Isle/ of Pines, and referred to it by ray tiack. It may Lit made of percale or governing authorities.-Good Re Is. i

: WITHOUT CUTTING: ing.. --. a v q ,1 t;,woueat linen or cranb, and bound with -pretty! I, Magazine.!' sA
: ,'" . ", ''' A IMtfVMy Vajftt fcto Pafssajliji .l The colonN4labs! It : _
| will
.rn"ffi' shall :bu
Isle.of'Finea dln Iy
be exco .
l' b' ..u111ff3ti I : .. "- AlaPf1... i.ral.endaore.. from -omitted Ht'n.lctnble, < .._....& .:..._.1.....
_ late ItWa..yIw.. .atFrbw.a4a.MT.rr. Cur 6 iwast.ed In Every C.s. Treated. the'prope'ly constituted .boundaries 1 td .matle..ot rough= -brl>wlJ, No' argument Unnecessary-
", -- NATIONAL. CANCER MEDICINE COMPAMY. : of Cuba<,the title thereto beltTg crash-Just the sort of crash that Is that
)"Wrlte. aa for catalogue, prices. ....U BI&Uotlalr..A&laai&,0.. left to future adjustment by treaty/ used for kitchen towels.I. lu line oil- tire prosperity and welfare of a

..;+.beloro buying. ..f rr,'. -r Leading: statesmen in Cuba have all cloth it will lx found useful, too, as It rd penl"11I'II.tlT system 'of blghwsys.improved by.Good a perfect. roads, l'

ajonj,taken tje) view! that the,d? facto con then benlpcd off with a damp not only add value to ....
? government of the Isle cloth after "ueb meal. every acre of/
t, : empsoll'sE Vat.? of Pines I hi only A 'tllI..rlll land,In their vicinity but they also les
temporary, and that until Its lIntlonlllt rl't'IlU'l till IH made of Ipiece pen so
1y A .ott I1.iy I.olatlonl undesirable in rural
w utt. a AR 7x"091J + Y rife by bringing people! Into closer so-'

,. II I I flat relation The pecuniary benefits
I I I L//7NtJ are also marked! for good roads 'lessen
, v 1
1. the expense. of reaching the markets,
i II and railway stations with the productsof

", 1 1"r th, farm. Fully ninety per cent, of.

., UIll 'I I II all our products-prlmartly have to pass ,, .

'. over our highways. TbeJ Jltat* of Mln" jiuesotn. r
. should not be found lagging In t I"
I 1\ /f-.r\\. this work In my Judgment much will
..s u' I
CQuUli I it a tit r 1 bo ''
d ..t t added to our growth and prosperity J

ed N .%, 7.4s.# 4'4 ,, through a perfected system of good', .;
rr i i(1 . '. roads In order to establish'such ,. a y
, tl system, after the most careful consideration

Iam satisfied that the' LeA'I',
; Nature should under the' authority: it l

'M tlven by the Constitutional amendment
r rr r V,Vi adopted In-1698. provide for a. State ;.
? };, ti, highway commission ,and enact tbetocossary ', :

legislation to carry ,out the .
:+TOVOU; of that -amendment-Govtrnot -, )
a e'2 ZV lrp' Van Minnesota
IS ::1
*kw .
Natural Flavor l .. 'CaHTl..*... '
r .... , Two supervisors of Lower. 'Vakel:o1L! (f
-cottage=== : in-; ... I '- --- .1.. were recently! convicted of main-. -
1 Hdau vu,, ..14.if aYS, vltntlUAA. .1 of duuiaslcllnca! or ,
cf ;r ,, lOLtli Uu ,1'IM-JM.: mummy cloth, \Doing a nuisance lathe condftlon of'
weac: east.eaiee an absorbing pud'ton
rrvedBecf swIls.dw xa / the bnck. the roads. The court
t : : t os. j ,.. tkhf- w.list. It M cue po..lbl.N k..p N itt hi, determined- It' should pay' taxes : Spaniard and the' o/IIIL"e.1 The pad Is made of absorbent cotton, to pay: a fine:of,H\ and sentenced the,,costa them of ,

a i N rllsl uta ya.a.114ro to Cuba, as a part of,the Province 'o( Beforw the advent of th6- negro pnnlnrd/ over which In. quilted n piece' of'soft prosecution: to abate the nuisance: and ;,
.rd.kYe.-fa Havana. the llueu. One of ,
tt..wr..dtl.aw3..p. w'w ,The determination of Cuba to aborigines the nicest jnaterlnla of to stand committed until:the
.. were divided into same be '4c
A..I which to make ,
kt 1.awlwgL't 'tax the inhsbltsntrof the Isle of Pines: pastes; one owning the lands and two cul this bib Is the perfect rompllgl'with: ; Here.. Is a hint for i

', ca x MaNdU &.; UW y.; _Chicago.a WJ COO brought.the.ltuatlon Americans who live to.'a crisis. '.The tivating"thelu' by" (means. ; ofl negro la parts soft of and worn-out touch more table absorbent linen which other towns whose roadmusters regard c,,
on the island 8111" then pablle-office as a
'. and tho-other m.te-'nap..
t became shlftWa, totally new,linen, and I, h; ..
i . They went much easier to tidal ,
... :to
-. \hpAI. savage race; which
.. hlr rAt ., .. oat raw out and keep frcsb. -. Pride goetb before
... . a falland afUr
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A, New.., Cereal.. A 'SEIUtON' FOR SUNDAY had corns to put Plea .....''before rod? He .
1 who said 'My meat is to do the will of .''

'" ,For some 'Ume tarmer.n our 1 lim that sent Me sad to finish His work." ] 1:11:: l' 'f

pralrl State. have been deeply Inter and again. "The Son of if in came not toM ," Which ? r,
AN'Ei..OQUtNT"DISCOURSE ENTITLED{ ministered ants, bat tv minister and to ",
.ted In,tbe rpport'.tbat a new cereal PLEASURE AND COD." ive Jlis; life a ransom for many" Be who j ,
knol' -a. "com wheat" ha been dl. found the deepest- satisfaction in life in ,
AIeenaa4( petsBh-hungry sell
'covered. According to the exaggerated k i I. .-f doing Iris duty and revealing God's prln '
Wate4 seed wasted labor nd idle
statement that have been current in The Bv. A. B KI.M lvlB. ......* 'TnatWhen iples and love a. the redemption-of snsnind -, mow..mwr "
how must this think of those g4ai-"% MOKTQAOB. Or plenty of
: Christ '
.. :Its ,, ,
the goal Ha Fa d Trae
the kernel of the '
new grain
lie West, who neglect their diyinest duties for the \
." I4fe tho Simplest ThlBjrs Will. Serve- ,. the'' 'A Beauti'ul'' Sooftty.
are about 'mldwa, In size between little, teasing, diverting amusements, Young
The* lIa. Heart XMetu.Nw : little yielding to the spirit'of sloth and
wheat and malts and the proportionof
L tter.
YOBK Crrr.-The Rev. Dr. A. B. idleness which so frequently All human 4Noman's; ; PotashIn
crop to seed Is far greater than Kinsolving rector of Christ 'Church; ives.. "What is your occupation!" was .

Jji the case of wheat. Just bow much Brooklyn preached Sunday morning on asked a young Frenchman'Home years ago; ,
ft .PAVL. Mutr.. '
foundation there for the tory ha '"Pleasure and God."" Hi. text was taken nil renly war "J* m'm'amnee" amuse my 11I1 8t. .} the fertttUer, masiy: bales M4 a

made known by the Departmentof from II Timothy till 4i: "Jx>vcr. of pleasure self.. That was only a frank admission ofwhnt'ts Dr:Hartman Co1-baa. O. gla-A BANK,A. ;,,
been : lovers of (}G4' Mr, Kinsolf : the only business. of a great many. .', _" busy ACCOUNT
Dear Sir
Agriculture ,.Not only I. there ratb.aJban Jives. : ...
-QO *uch thine a* ."corn wheat," but In This it one 61 'hoae'bitlng sentences! ot Some time ago I went to call at a hon..e "r. tool Peru-na, !! last Wilie. ss lee

the opinion of the department' expert which 8t. Paul's letters are full. It occurs where there were several young men. To summer. when r was all :w'lsla'They. .
In a' hurrying category and arrests our one or two At than I bore a message from c see' ,
., no hybrid of corn and wheat thoughts at once : Jod which I am entirely sure it was worth run' down, and 'had'a '.....

could be produce; or. at'any rate no Theee two thing, religion Mid pleasurehave heir while to hear. And, baring failed, ,-" Jieadache -'aJJ4.i"" back- 5Sf..ssy. w.seed' ,' t
be fertile The true t. always been here on God's fair earth repeatedly to find them in, I took a motheriota t '
hybrid that would aoM and no ajnblttoit -
They are undoubtedly I primal constituents my confidence> and spoke of -my diffi. ; --y. ,,
name of the :cereal which ha been of lifeand yet it has ever been .difficult culty. .'Y..," she said "they are so full of ,- for anything.. I now. ,

,'Incorrectly .designated UTolUbwheat for men to harmonize them and keep them mgagements outside of work hours- that feel at well at lever did i / ,i
," so called b cauie lt 1* liWfely, on friendly terms. Religious! peoplMv.often hey'seem to have no time to think of any S 04t 'in all and all aEgYtt) ,.,
'committed the blunder of looking thing else but pleasure. It I. a continuous A \ t my life; r.
grown on' the' Polish steppes, though bund, and while they are at home they are your ...0
askance at amusement. Indeed, som ot t 1k .thi"",," isdue) to aewuN
.. .
It Is not native there Its original so utterly tired out that they rest.
the best and mo t; earnest ,among them excellent Peruna.Be. .".-* .
home being believed to be' In the Mediterranean have conceived of piety as scarcely let How many doer that simple deMrjntion sew T.k
'As than a' kill-joy. They bare represented fit! But what is the upshot of it? Whythis'wbile i ., F. He lv.
region.; regard God a* Intensely;: jealous of life's innocent life slips rapidly away God andeternal The symptoms of summer catarrh . '
elze of the kernel of this grain, there as will .. its forbidden pleasures, until relations are wholly crowded out. are quite unlike in different

n 1* no, doubt that, while' much mailer their system have gotten to be so,one The young man subsists upon two diets-a } .oases, but the-most com A "White Star! Baggy
than the kernels of maize' they" are I sided, and extravagant and overwrought diet of hard work and a diet; of hard play. r Wt mon one are generallassitude, FREE
And the motive in the work ii to get the.means
and one-ideaed and melancholy as to cast playedouttiredoat, -uPI,
! often twlro a* large as those of or- while tbe motive in
an 'awful gloom upon communities for considerable I. to play, recreation .run -down 'feelings' combined
rdlnary.wneat The. sc&ertldn that the periods. Such, men have mid is often ehieflv to get the health with with more or less heavy:, stupid ,
normal yield' pt .this. grain I la from altogetherthe- cosmic note of gladness .1 which to work and earn. But what a sel-! i / ? listless mental condition.Heliah ; .
which shimmers in the sunlight, danoes in fish circle that describes! How narrow and ,' for food and the ability
sixty to one hundred bushels the acre and shallow, is the man who loat.I I :.t. 'I
tbe' laulbial waters which ripples and poor young t to digest, foodseems to be
Is pronounced exaggerated, though murmurs in the Iroolcs and streams, Which irises only his capacity to labor and hi. appetite Skin eruptions, sallow complexion
t .the. department does not discredit the smiles from the blue dome above and for play! Who so lightly values all biliousness, coated;

reports from Idaho and Washingtonthat thrills us- in the spring bird notes and tb..umm..r hose diviner elements of his being as to'be tongue, fitful irregular sleep,
willing to make no provision for their cnl-
flowers* material for enjoyment help to complete) the picture
In those States from sixty to ," says some one, " inwroughtinto tare! 'Lovers of pleasure rather than lovers which is so common at thug

seventy-Ore bushels per acre have at the world's constitution that we can- of God. It is a terrible epitaph upon season. .
times been garnered 'It .seem that not put a spade into the ground anywhere u'. whether living or dead! 'Tber.hlpPd Verona 10'enctJy meet all,
1 without turning it up. By tranl..b, stay and served tb.'"".tion more than \ these condition that the devnaxid -
Polish wheat I* restricted a* regards the ere.torwbo is blessed forever. Where"ore 'i .
lug at home, by working, hy reeling bv ia so great for this remedy
p adaptability to soil and climate. So strain of the muscles or strain of the mind; God cave them up to their own hearts' at this season of the year
by speech bv silence by solitude, by society nets.." These are. words (Q make us'fnd IIIl that it is nearly impossible to
far ali the United States ar_ concerned ; think. ... Oa July Sib we will give, rasa eee sit eat ,
' ; by \helping, by being helped hy receiving ,ply it. "W HIT if! STAB Top%hut. wthe.fsejganssjss)'< ," reoBiBoainaj
the Department bfJVgrJenlture think :, by giving-by all these differentrosds I have ".ftro noticed that It Is apt to be 17 you do not receive prompt the ......... aasahsr. .l ........... '
that the new cereal could only be do men reach JOY." the .....'tiaat it is precisely those young -1 and satisfactory results from words teem letters son....J'4.' the.........,.?.Jvi; fl

grown successfully In the region of the, And yet with our eye upon the historyof Ji en 1if whom God has done moat who are the use' of .Peruna, .write at "WATCH THE WHITE STAll BUAwY3
mankind is there not abOJndant.for ..-- eplest to break away from Him once to Dr..Hartssanr' giving a
great plains and, In the territory on relilinn.a:i suspicion of the riot of pleasure 1 the moat selfish lives.There are noble .::1.ption. :* 4 full statement of your case, and Aayon wltoe will c1evo"a"bar cash day.te'.
the western the.R.oCk7'Jfoun.t.ln. .... the' rule which shine hke be.-' this pl lMant MBdy ea win the buggy. -
side of ? What nation of antiquity has not to d. he will be pleased to give yon MB _..dial... la eoBiply wit ejtetipt male
.. It should be a boon to eastern been 'slain by its sensual pleasures? Bun cons, from Moses to Phillips Brooks. But 7l his valuable advice p.t.ia.A4dt'eM aBthellMcit! word -,- '
too often the privileged life becomes a Dr.' Hartman President . ..... lIa".too>cI.
.Kansas and to all sections where through the list of. them-Babylon, Medea If this Is not aay bosay
Persia,' the Kgyprlan! monarchy, worldly life and does not tell in the kingdom of The Hartman Sanitarium dealer' in your town who baethe a* By roe
tlflcial Irrigation has been accounteda Greece Carthage, Rome-.did not the passion of righteousness. Generally the love ; Columbus, Ohio. tb* "WHfra "" Baggy wUI give.yes a
rale .. '
ot th
because 01 pleasure in some form has in such lives.. eopy '
condition of fertility, a for licentious pleasure and the effeminacy i W has JOB havs made oat your 11.1.1eeM..
ikes the weeds in rooted out
characteristic ot Polish wheat Is 1U which in consequence came everywhere your garden. V.11o.. to oar apes la year Iowawho will
in th'i>laee the love and service of God' .;. ....4'11.m .0... '-.
exceptional power of resistance te stoic self-control and splendid discipline of Men and women, -we 'should try to see '.. Oa July 4th WB will sottry every sea 'isisalwho
drought.Harper's Weekly; body and mind had been; did not these life in its wholeness., A great many people th*winner I* and .m1toor.o1< word taaswoaths '
undermine the mighty fabric of Itome itself have too little laughter\ too little recreation 4f. 01 :'WH1TB BTAK".Sags*. ,'j: ";
in:--their li_.. They would be. garlf re writ... .**..** ssslsf. tee **B4s\

The Count-(old'-enough to 'be: a. t. wholesomer minded freer in spirit if they ATLANTA 8 IIQY'.CD...Atlanta oisrgls.'
Look at the world that
could oftener outuf their dark
grandfather and after lilts'Monoyton) get passages '
tered. What made it so hostile to Chrint and rigid : There... more of.
"I 1 hat asked your mamma &I) t she.glf and His j 'licionT| What made it crucify such people than groove we think, and they. misss PROFITABLEEIPLOYIENT':

her consent-.rand-now I- or--" Him oat of its sight and fling His followers great deal that God pots within their

Miss Money ton-"I anvio glad! But to the braita in the treat amphitheatreat reach ii. His many sided world. But there If yen east (or think:you eau)eollafiLIBfi '
Rome? Why more than apght else the
are> thousands of ot her* who make themselves .
won't ft be funny to,call you papa?"- Unbridled love of sinful pleasure.. Witar imbecile by the headlong pursuit of Snatched a Doughnut. \ THE MOON. ASLEmp.I INStJ'R7'rNee;.
fierce flashes of anger these heathen libersis -, lucre re.d. they wfrb Msg.M;
May Llpplnco/f Magazine. pleasure. They never house liNN ( rgw' ae.i)Jbr
refused to have their indulgences interfered never think they let their mind. go they, Harold ,had been' sent, to the A motbnwllac', the attention ,
with. They would not..auffer' faith forget that they posses souls, but spend of a friend of his mother'-and' had of her small son to the. moon, which, L F. SHEDDER Hirajef i'AtUnti, Gtu
Ash Y... n...'.r $. Allea*. FswI-aTase, to be taught ia their midst which they their seasons in things that give them a little told- the In the : ;'Ths HntnsJ Ufe Insurance Oontpaay' .ew
been tq hurry-Jhome ,moment was to be clearly seen early'afternoon. Yorav-.Aaeeu '
A powder It rest the feet.' Cures Corns, astutely saw would have the moral effectof passing physical pl.aattren eating for I.CIOO.-oa. ,r _
liun'lons, Swollen Hore.Hot.Callous.Aehlng.Hweatlng stopping; their games and ao they cried the sake of eating .nd.d..... and getting .his errand wa _e. When he reached .

Feet and Irgrowlnff N.Il. Aliens with hellish hate: "The Christian to the themselves talked about in contriving to the home of Mr*. B. he found the "Why, you can't aee the moon la the NO THOROUGHFARE.! r

root-Ease. make* hew ortlght shoe e.*,.. .t lion." and to the lion. they were thrown have their names in some society or/ran/ family about to alt down 10 supper daytime, he Insisted., Johnnie had betin''out In' MI*''1 bastyard
all DrugKjst* and Bbo stores, Si pent Aeoept > We know from the pages ot Grote and till these things come to be the absorbing '
no substitute. Sample mailed Fas*. Gibbon something of the excesses 'of'the thirsts of life. What is not: sacrificed by and on the table was a plate of tempt- ,-Oh. yes, you can. T11enIt'll over playing with hl..hI1I.anc1.'soaV-*

Address Allelrlt. Olmsted, Lelloy,M. X. 4 Greek and Roman national frames and fee- these giddy people on the altar of their ing-looking doughnuts a'dainty of the tree.** said mamma. denlw'cam In' and sat down to::read

.. nl.._!!rh.t which began with some showof social ambition? 'Where doe. not this selfishness which Harold was particularly fond. The little boy looked,up and finally His father looked up'and..eela. tin
There be plenty of room at the top,: d"pn.rated'olteD into the
decency ex-
this love'of
but m'r us-would prefer to get ia on treme of licentiouanesa and ministered to this hard, determination voluptuous to force-life to "Will you not' stay and eat sapper saw It but be saldf h. had his Sunday school book; la La 1

the ground floor. the basest pasaions. Frequently for davs yield them bodily comfort "" if God's with u*. Harold," asked Mrs: B. ". Taln't lighted ret,, an'bow.-Llt- hand, thought lt.waa.Um*. i tq'taU

I and weeks together they absorbed the pub and nature's laws must be broken to do so '' Harold tie Chronicle... him ttlrtr
The _loon'ia now prohibited la Tnt lour lic'mind making men oblivious to every" .where does not this spirit lead? ;rNo yon"aald'- "whet"did'you'do'wltii tbt 'baJi'" .tt

Stale- Maine.; New Hampshire. Kansas. moral obligation and deaf to the claims of And how ready are our leader of opinion ' ? "I haven't time. ,In fact, I've ,
and North Dakota. humanity Gibbon says that Rome had sometime, speaking great .welling scarcely Um. to take .one of those" LAND POOR.'. "It went over the fence lltts'M114" ,
at one time 3000 femaledancers -and .. words of vanity and sophistry, to ridicule Brown's, yard.Vt'lT" .
doughnut. -II. IL H. la .May Llppin- Haaslt lira strange yours so hart ;;(*
many singers; and that when seasons of whispering of an educated and reverent ,- "Did I youEo>fter Itr WJ"NoC,1 j
famine came, while all atrangers and even conscience and to revise for the softer age. ootfs.: np old man., I thought you, owned ". &
professors of the; liberal arts "were ,banished ,the statutes of nature end of God! half of Swamphurst and had lots. to .
Weak ? from the city, the dancers.were allowed Now these are come of the phenomena. sell Why(not?"' '''V.'j
to remain. Their performanceswere What Is the remedy? First this:* Putnleaaure ARABELLA.'We "Because It :"went'tbroafAitsW, V''
characterized by everything that w... in its true place-ss the divine settled ourselves comfortably Haddlt-I have; but what I want ia dow" S.- ,
morally) degrading and the orgies which Dieter did. If yon look upon smnoementas lots to .at-Town: and Country,' '
took aroma/ the temples of the Goddess the one great satisfsction of life, you upon the..ora:
441 suffered terribly and was extremely Flora and..Voluptas. the Goddess of simply invert the intended order -and in MNow;' we said. undoing; the string,

weak for 12 year. The Pleasure descended into the depths of the end, are not satisfied. Our deepest. "here's, a new way, of eating candy. What Everybody 5asJ"l
In the times of Charles VI. of ,;.
blood all profligacy. want lathe great inner reconciliation. W* "
said bIte at
was Both take y'know.:
my a
France in the time of the Georges the ,r?
; may be diverted, we may for a while escape '
turning to water. At last I tried Borgis and the later' Louie of France there from ourselves, but we shall never be Arabella cave we a quick look out Lomsvnxa; Kr,... Every one whe ne* Doan's. KhhsejrP1H .

Ayer' Sarsaparilla and" was soon was only too much to remind men of the satisfied until the soul is at one with God. ,of the corner of her eye. 'I, ':, Tor a or more free trial bag a coed] w.r4' t
i feeling all right IJa D. blackest moral chapters in past history. ,- A brilliant writer the author of "Our-.' "Suppose that we first eat. the candy I have been Suffering -
f Mr*..J. W. Flat. Hadlrme Ct. Men, "lived in pleasure on the earth and selves and the Universe," remind. us that with severe pains lath 'to say for tbem--tllat.- :
were wanton; they nourished their-hesrts "men called Napoleon the unamnmble.:. In comfort. she remarked softly. small of my back I why.they'aro moat r. *' e=
in a day of slaughter." No wonder brethren T.lma'milht play before him *" but and then we'll see" and kidneys j had laths -
No matter how long you with inch spectacles before them, that the conqueror, extracted: no gayety 'fromthe "We are engaged 'now. When'one' tried a number of .prominent .,- onll' &It do r

have been ill nor how serious Christian people reAlizing the deadly performance. That Is the nemesis of acro.. remedies but without pubUC-.7e. M Th. MYeraI
peril from this guars.,, should in their self. When;'on the contrary, tbe soul ha* comer a .enalble'gtrlilke """et. I.decided to I bad used, r rblghy
poorly you may be today, moral earneitneae often have gone too far found its true life, the simplest things will there I to only one thine to do and that try Doau'a Iitdne'PDII Aching back ar eased. j Illp, smack: ( '. .

and failed to recognize that the thirst for serve. A man then learn the j<.heart's U to speak up Ayer s Sarsaparilla the : pleasure and amusement is a human thirst laugh: ;? : : two boxes, and am limbs and dropsy sign vanish,'.- rather @ri eS 'Ia.;r',
fad must be provided for and guided and to tst that They correct urine with brick-dust aedl- r, t.roI1bl'nM assda ,
best medicine can I To make men happy my friends,' we clad ; :
you sympathized with, or else it will become must not first feed them with pleasure of JOHNNT GETS EVEN. : after taking the two..ment, high/ colored excessive pain ID.pasav'".wosse.i.lef...1 ,

take for purifying and enriching religion's rival and antagonist. the sense. The primal: condition 'of happiness boxes of pins I was log dribbling;, frequency bed wcttioff.' used up thge .sapl'rrom !
the Again,when men have tried to solve tbem"ll1.t'1' is that they )be true to God and to J.olber-'Wb, Johnny; you relieved' ol all pains, Dane Kidney Pills dissolve and,. remove was ,... eo ".
blood.Don't ) of laughter they'have advanced each other. "The soul cannot laugh its ashamed of .our..lflrlklnl' your lit-, and have not been calculi and gravel. Relieve heart palpitation boUeIr.1--_ r4nl >

doubt 't put your very diverse-opinions. Pascal thought that own laugh till Go has filled it," In that tie brother S ", troubled since. Priorto ,. sleeplessness, headache, el
these =m'f
the passion for amusement was an illus relation there are the unfailing wellspring taking, pills
.whole trust in it throwaway tration of the real unhappiness of moat human of pleasure. "111 Thy presence i* fulness of. Johnny-"I'm doing It for big own it was Impossible for HOratgL iL ,

live. :'It is' because they-want get joy; at.Thy hand there ar* pleasures good ma and It,hurts me more than me to get a full -Ht>ft rom TItlE .. ... RDo ,.isaelgbIlsa.' :! ..'
everything-else. out_ of'.tlu1nulVl'11"tb.r'tber flock so t? Blg-ht's sleep but I am the tgtae wee'so'it
"These have I .
forever more. thing spoken It does him. Woman's. Home Com .. ,',
$I.H s WII. All spectacles of every kind or' gather In untoyou-that :My joy might remain in experiencing: << any, ri'sKdn wtp
crowd. toy laugh,, and talk -.u is diversionthey TOil and that your joyarnightbe ful)." panion. .difficulty tub respect -, 1i.i:: '.

\ Vs seek, that is, anything to escape from When we know that satisfaction of dwelling -now.-Tours. Hthuki ;;
the. somberr*>rd al. of solitary thought.; ; in God and having God dwell in 11., we A' Straight Tip. truly, Jora K. Kai- ,
.... .
.lit family SB4l In lna. TOUow bis Sdgw fits .. mass. 428 W. Mdnstreet.Foreman :'meat.'alea1'esIKaoneball
Doubtless hIt
lie.. explanation m.nyrea. ; have a security against inordinate lower desires sis .
we W"North Launcelot
Sir returned to seat by tad$ I
r300. Lo but It hardly . Play and i
sU.Mm cover joyou- I of every' kind. One did not hue to !
ness are among the primitive gifts: of hu warn Washington against Wasting his time the club fireplace after standing ,thelauOJ' American Tobacco- ,"",'". sot Jaow -.! ,.
Co. 111
man-nature. The beginning comrade- or Gounod or Beethovenagaiutmaking. attendant-:on" his head In the ) -- tore. '

'Carellaa-and-MlBBl.* | fiave' I--hcm"'w shipbetween'the mother a.nd child is the diarords.a'': iL l f"i.t6'r, : .l.- corner: 'A*'htf again! took up his toagaUne lasaaurOPis.I ; : =;. r 'i .aiR l .. .,

State school for the study of textilefabrics. ititnl'thetlittleiolemnmfacceabreaakstiiao Then: w as, Sir Giwalne 'asked ."Knowe.tI bad a bad pain la'\ .ysnnavu oa.ssgalo;;n T.' t I .
f before Tar be the-freedom mobility .
as mar ; .
back 'I could' .. .
; please wad m. ay mall, lthoot.iih.rgetA.l
k. \ + a dimpled smile. Humor is one the wholesome Interest in '''the rightfulamusement. I t.bonot,: good air;;that"It-breaketh-ye hardly my walk* orsit', ben Doa' RWayl'Wa?.} y, ,ti ', tr Sm, t
of the-closest bond. of sympathy between of others, especially of younger 'down, 1 could not 4" =
rulings of slug to tip waiter
a ,
STUART'SCINandBUCHU ...Th. contagion- hearty, genial merri- : : :
a. '
persens. whicltwUrkeep .ua. iuftouch write for sample, bat game
FREE and world has .. "But Gawalne I .. ti&
i men* js -notorious,> the gen- with them. nay good was merelyturning got a fifty-cent box: Ih

kerally>ightly lovedths. people. who mad If our.diversions amdVajnosement growon over -a page.".-May. .Llpplncott's of druggist: and they FoatoffloMsdleal ........ 1' Ia' Pr? .
It laugh."Mi the same stem a* our religion; ; if they hare Bade m* all aIosc J i ,.
To all who suffer or to tha.friends'of those ..Mr/Tjames Sulhrran Englishman of let are part of one orgsnla'unity' there will be .:Magazine, right. No other meeVIcLie .tat. .

or who Blood"ufl'".Dlvea4M Vlth albnry,a sample, LIver.Heart bottle of,Bladder Bluart's ters..b l just published a book which.). a no trouble about their regulationThere din many an.s k Iraaw.waub.rwdttA. 8tnet. !r-... ...>
Gin and Buchu;the rn>.al southern Kidney and sort of philosophic study of fauahter. in will creep in them no poison ef wilful lawbreaking FITS permaa.atJr! eared.'No Utter nervous. good.-Aco. CAB. ',,1IWII.f.,. ,:,'
I4ver Medicine, will be sent absolutely free of which he deplores any wane of this great no grimace of an 'uneasy con B ws after first day's use of Dr.Kline's Great .'-. .'11& Sa.. Xut._. Advise Free-Strictly rassKlaallsl''tan.eweura .
I .....t. Mention this J>l1"'". Address BTUABTI human renounce!, and say that "it looks as science stricken soul trying to escape from NrvBtorr.satriaIbottland\lt1lofne 1 .1' .' '. -+- '".
>KUQ M'PU CO., 118 Wall St.,Atlanta,(.ill. if now'only the more sordid material inter itself no .waste*of time and faculty, no Dl.B.H.Huns,Ltd., 1/81 Are"St.,FhUrs fi
o ester moved l the mind, ss if snort had to hunger for vulgar display. Being in the secret et. '.
have ita,wuhatantial bait in the Shape of of God we shall have entered Jnto the The fellow who peaks of his "Ingffag" -
.Ktakj while comedy must angle for popniaritjtw1tb secret. of the child's heart and live in sensible U \trying to put on lur*.> ". ida
; scenla, unlendars which are eeen relations with every part of God' :
to cost money? However this may be, it great world > How's ThlsT i i
I* perfectly 'certain 'that the pleasure instinct The lasting pleasures of life are not the W* offer One Bandied Dollars Reward for' SkKHeriois'td _
i* a true note of our human nature fleeting pleasure;' ol the ..n_.,.but thoseof any_ Catarrh that cannot be euredby. t.Hall'
.4 5. ....\ lit In the Sprn2Pu and that no life ia whole without it. It is the mind the scull the spirit the pleasure .Catarrh Cure. '' 'V
the lighter torch of this charming gayetvwbjch. which comes from1 4 cultivated intellect. F. J. OMHST A Co..Props. Toledo O.
r f ,theGUstofstsae4 pve. hat'krge' freedom and mobil'ityto'lile from sound and 'noble) thmkiag, from refined VethentiderslgnedhavknowaF.y.Che.' '
which it; needs for its complete tastes,' from love and sympathy. .and ney f or the last 16 years, and believe him per
IIi res expression.Amusement,, relaxation and service.' g inkannollallyihi all basin*** transactionsaad 'II'IIfr
happiness( are certainly part of the cosmloscheme. .to carry oat any obllga* ,

Bootbc If at any period God should look ,Cress Words., ,y tlon made by their flrov ,; '
: TfMT*TaoAXWUolesalDniggUtaToUdo.Auftco
t'Sf down upon! His world and see only solemn pleisanfthlngsi'.bni sad'ones .
Not only o Wa .
hear'-Betes-ot lane-h- ,
and rip-pling :
tar faces I think it; would grieve Him at Ri.he.rt have their influent, 1f. ,Kia*i..*M i. :;,'WholeialDrag.g1sta *- iv $Rt yU
v But side by i. well to have this; truth ever in mind, Toledo Ohio.' -
here they are ever
b7 t .aide; 'life's; Jaugbter; and tear, and wheneve and to act ia view of it.: ,"Kind 'words.can lIall..Cat&.rrb Cumin taken Inters ally,aat.
.a.iSL east .;innocent, we can only imagine tb.are.t never die," says tbe little_ng.r When one lag directly upon the blood and mucous sun
61w>w M and kind Father looking down benignantly heard that 'sung pleasantly be maid sadly, ,_ of the system. Fries 7So. ...r bottle.
"Cross words cast sieve_ *tdie.'V'One ill a* sold bf.aU Druggists .TeetlmonUla InJIa.I1 -. I
S.r- _.,. .upon!>> all. 'Nothing is more conspio- .
e cone in the character of the Lord Jesus, true a* the other.;Wrien we speak to another a Yandly PWe are the bat
i it would be well for us to ask our'
moral earnestness"thanthebeautiful
aU Ills intense ,
with hearts "How will this be thought of .Th4 best to get along with
of Hi. own your, '
1 fl(' ,with what we simplicity may call the joyous sympathy by and by, when it Is recalled. in memory?" neighbors is w.r'to know any ot tbem. & 'C ! J JfcritS

1 'ollDcI .f. life. He begins His won- By,our words our deeds! ve.siw '' '
t w"sw ewr..awne ''baek Cana making ..... ether that shall give 'if every'man profited by his clog mistakes
feast at
."'.. de'r-wortan: !s at: a'marriage ...1b in tl we should aH be rich '
, : w wr ......." Uo whisk He had been invited .. a matter i-Sunday-Sohool pleasure1 ov k >coming day ? J.LflQ _

......' C C C. !.*vr soil In bafluBewan . At oun.musio,,The and The kingdom come . AH creameries' use' butter color. Why + lnr't, ,
borne to
r i 'not do as they do isse Jtnu.TllTT Bur .
of the dealer wile tries te gsQsomsthlngl .;
!. ? J *f heaven 4s itself like-not a funeral-but The ** "atl>. << '
TEa cowl.
tAPUPINE u toadw t .4- a-festvHe-Was the enemy of every bm '
1 1 den.which galled the necks of mm and-de: of a11 the ooe't.m I or* worth; It-Is poaaible-to become aaddei without
.of lhetr rightful happi_. of the.epithet faUKli flea Bath.- -It* sat .
.' > .,, it.C r J> : Doubtless frwd Utfi rdaRy m ,*nJheiirin' the,interYal.t tiqnity.. its rest for the body,. mind and I eoombicwlaerr -J -_._
Spirit, worship ef Gad sad study ef Hi. ' ht1'
of WOTkrlTis soul was soothed hy-tbe lyric Ftso'sOazefOrOeasamptloatsaalafaUIble ;
k CURES" tomachw? t Jh, y*of 'ueture-bv the gentle starlight by ward and worb/.tII. great events of whichIt I Mdlelae for eomghs and eolds.-H. W. rue.

., ih.'soar ofvbirds,' by those Syrian fields reminds .., God's resting after creating. jUMn aOeeaa." OI'ove...;J..I'eb.l ItOO.- : -
Lj J lea rpeUd'With.nnrivl*andf'_.. and Christ's resnrTrectlot .. .
? .: ; Cross,, the dead with all. the significance '.. There "ia wider the : ,
: horalJgta- young children oa the ki&; < BO thlag .new eaua .- '' ,.
,. c(s Indlgestlpnt& < aide* and around their homes. .. i. of that ,august, event eoaabine te Evamjtae encase; have all been invented, //1/ '1't! .'i iJ'\..J ;:.'r
holiest "
the and ef all th "
sake sweetest *
brethren whet talak ,
J, -1. But, my ,! you. ,' a' 'I. '
t ,. .. 'O aR Drnptrar, asve said 1/popl who*. V.. I; ,. If .'' /"
..t ";. .s .gtiy 'would the Criat., . .. / ':'//1<"
.f. y !r . -- -*'" .... .. .... ......,..,., . I d J

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Valtey Gazette NOTICE. . M'"
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y. 'TBUBfMONB NO..7VNt1SDa. 1f"vJ. -;-, HOTICE le fcereb? fire. that the*following d..i...dlandswillb' aold at public>> auction on .OWNER f I K8CRJI'TtON OJ' LAND ; i CJ i i > KALOLA ,

the Sib "*,. ..< Jnly. A D luoa. In f mot of tkY. Court HOII.. ''doot at Kliwlmmv. City, la the 1 5 1 i
.... P..DAToate& County of OMeol. and M..,.of Florida or no much thereof. wilt be neoeii'trjr to pay the amount .. iI t : i
.. Valley U.zet.te nllol"Ir, dilator MXM'opposhs W IttcrMns-.tovvtber with" .ucn con vt .. and adT.rtlnlng. 4 i Cryetallxed Mineral Water 5

erall..IIEE,OeCSULACOgIOTY' ;FL4. -. ;, : : : : 1YmHolr.y.. . big. oorlot2N47dog.WIIIN413de. i .t.r.>_N.tar.1 nem.d7 4
76fttl47dpgE71fi64Ad.0E76 'S
: .s. : T : sk ftblork is:.': .:., ,. ,: .. :,.. ... t' \ .UI
.' By POUND,' t PKOPRTBTOM, I S B'AlIltm..a. .. .,. ... beg 31ftuwfromNeorbt5roty54A! ,ade5W2R641doq ( A combination of cry cen v
W. B.. RABBIS | OWNER DESCRIPTION OF. LAND g "3 ,ip K1411111J'I f. ,,9'+ t.8Inln the medicinal proPerties
a t"o iI 71RMl1lerA < noted mina
Y .. degElnflNt7degWl4lftbloekl9 four
t .J. E.;.POUND,. Editor.ot {! -B< 'I 1 ..33vS . .. .. ... .'... blockS9..Botwe1CI..... .. .Add/tlon. .. ..." '. -1171 ot ami the t waters prlns:".of Cures Conetlp.lioo' .-

. ... . . : ., .. .. . . . .. . . . 8 0.1- Stomach, Kid (;
MauisCari.lhera lotlrt. .t i Indigestion
: ,
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,. r.d at the ....1.011I..1. Xllaalnime*, Fla.. ; I.W IAnler. .' .. .'. .',. U8"O'" ne . ..........r... .+.. 11 VIla H4 l 4O III'A l'nknowu, _1._ . .. .;1. MY'Vnknowu. and Diaddertrouble.. 4 ;
: Liver
'mm Moottd-olaM mall isHG01er..f..t" !! I 113 ana Mrs0 179 ,. .. A ney!
mauer. . .. .. .. . 1Ot16except111fouloRus( sldu \ R
JackeonvtlleTampaeY -* \
KeyWeatBf Co.... all ... .. ....:....... ..:....,.. M 81. 4e BIN 4 ISDn Matthews "Addition.. -
..ab.Orlbs"1 will please notify the otBo. IIUMf known. .. . . .. . .u'j.S.....:,.. .. .........'..,....... .. 211 *la 1140 1(10 IM 1 i\\'m 1(01(10. . . .. "1I..e.p&II'.I.ud.If.I.K.. .. . '. 182 ..
_all to ft the paper I Vnlm..wll..J.' .. Lot 7 ... ....... -..,. ........., 84 III. 34. "U C E tarnuat. . .b,'" oe our block run block.It 11 kI9: . ,. "Takt KiloU Six Days .4.E.t ,,
: *
enmmunloatlona. exeot from ear aarhnrIMM IF Willie. . ,. ; ... .. aeWofMU-)- ....... .. . .... 4 IWa S4e 4O X WUokoown. /t N 82sf ft a tyre! II .. . ,1 <11Uokuowo You Waif :
eofreapondeaU... ., must ]>>e alirned tor the'.witter. : .... .. . .. nw&ofnM-\ : .:; .... .,. ...::4.. ... 2J27.! 69. 441 1 14Unkeowu. Paij.l'k'. Addluat.-Joh.wb 61( :lol I .look T. .. . ...: ,.' .....'DI". 01 'LMe;. I'sod "Block .1 1.1<1 Aiytblai
K )e !te4- natter- erlll natbe returned unleat AgBae. .... ...... ..., ...... arO wj<.'of if W nw"W 7(te.siaoro..orostl.oda : > .1 !M 27. 83e' .Iq! IM 1IICBr.u..,. .. . ., lntll. . ... .od. . .Prorstt'a... .. .. . ..... . .....j . 11IIN 1

,piled' .ZIla I ; ., ..d 1 sere fj Iu s.Qiu nw oor.). ,. .. 15AOt 530 110 -1 M C 11.1\11. ,. .. .. tut10tortarosof19011 t. AdditionCA .9 '.. till A teaspoonful dissolved In a

r t ; The broorreapondenu.t* not reaponilble for opinion. e'preeied W)3S.rr. .;. . . .t ajJ"r---rrcr.-i8-. : :;::: .: ? .800 8U. b 2 '. AO 40 US C.roon.. .. .. .. lothlock Patrick. .i. .... ,,....;, ..'. '' EI2 fflavii of water makei '1r. .delightful

? ; ; .. . 441111i1 Nyritrrne-l'.. .. . laalnud86tkit. . :. .. .. and Inexpensive aiper'lent.lrlca.1so i
AdvertWafr.te.mayNhadonftyplta.tbnf J W Arnold I.:.:;,:: : .w1 01 nej2'vr--I' ;, ,* 17 .1II1e.. aye .t. '
t. . > . . .
Snlomon Kauleraon. i'< oil..m.... .. ..4..... ......!,.17 '80.. H8e 40' 127 11rSiuihINn) ,. lo II block H 81'8
J H W.tlker..r..n ; .. .,.. ..'.... .,.:.. 16 tsnii! .' ma1' MO MtHfia undo not Plaltu.l. ..4.$1:00----; T
BCB8CRJPTION JBATE3. Pl.utlnveelmout(0.. ;: u:1"1': .. ..... ,,... .-.:!p'rc.>. ...."J'.. .. 80 83e ,1i IJ 1 :27" I W Blick. .. Iwg.2u5 7 f't N of .9corof' .xtof .
r \ 'Ona.opyioneyesr; .. ......... ..'1.00 .. ... ...I uudly " ofnwKlMs.\ lands ?_.i _i")4 run N 11I-.1 n. W IUH.! i I III..41i.111I1I.7t sale all 'or ti
Unknown" at druaf re
. . .. For
Oneeopy.alx moutba .. . . .. ... . .. JIll .:. ..1'0.' .7..V. M Siis Me IS 2 W : t. III 2\ 2118 1122
One'oop7tore.moUtbI. ... .,. .". ..F.. .... .u ,.35 'rbllnoo..J ..., e'jofoe4" ..... ,.... . .. .,. .j.-.,*. 16 me 5e_, 11II 2n.U9known.p : 1 ''l1ullumvl1."t.- set" . Ie: 6SN 2110 41 ICI."xl" \ tent by mail, postage paid,,, on
.' j ; ;.'. .. ntfjof;; .. -.i. .... ....,.... 4 I 2-f... Illie40 114 Mrs 11/'b".ol1/ beg ,12.5 fI '.5 01 oe eorofwofnwl,(: receipt of ptfice. i
Unknown .. .. nw\4\ ( of Owyj'?..; "..{(,. . . .... . . 4'' U'' S7a 8Ue 40 114 1 run W 7'eSeh 14111/1 elt .nd I'l1u.W ,
Friday! June"12( 160.1... florin La6d and lm- < . lttiO ft 8 jIIIIU: 8lil/lt N 11
; . ___ __ __nrnvenent C. '..1.. nwlie! of.rPoer.. .\;,...'....... .....,..bat .* 1J2a-I'le! SO! 110 KALOLA COMPANY. 1
E. D.
__ non no uu Unknown .a:; ; eHn( ewy..r .,... ...... . ....;.,0". .,211 2f>a 111.-, ...,. II'" r 1IOIAN '.".... ,. Ga.I .
... .. y : .. -'tl 73 Clr O..wola Conul '. F7orlde..
THE .FLORIDA ,AGRICULTURAL Vnuknown.l..J.i: .::: ::1:: oeir r.wrwr: aen. i8':; pill/t., HTflOO ftNVTOft __ .5 5 T6A collector ) )O.OfCCO'CQCtCOMI'OtO: {

Wooilfeet.,.. .. . ..i.,...., ft 211. 81. 10 1111"akoown.
INSTITUTE. . ..._.. ... .,.1"oln"\4.\ J./' 4 2.'* IIUe 40 114 ,
House 35d Unknown ......... w9otn.! : ot.wf4! ... ,. . .......i-' 4".'.. HIH :noao wiUuknowu. .
bill No. Introduced by .,.,.,. .., .l., tUofae&of! l. 4........ .. Vi.. 4 20\8 6De : Ml y ?- -
{, n J. W.. Watson fpr the beir nw ear 1. a .4H eh E.6.14 chKtt4rt .
_ D. providing/ Unkuowu.tatyp. W .rJ oh......... .1. ... ., .I/.., .. .11 '25u 80e, 8 10
e.tabUahment..locatlon, support, etc., FMflory..1.. ... peg IM18Ueh6ofuwcorlot2.E10.05 .
rh 8 14 Ml ch. to lake margin, then.
'of the' Institutepassed \ ( : W:
AgrIcultural weaierlyj" on lake inarulu 1003 oh. .' .CHAs DANN5-
r both bouses as' staL d'. In our then 101ill/ ob.L./ .. 11 zn.IV ROe t4' 80 n :
,; I! W R nu6w.T< i .... orllw K.. ...... .I\ < ..... ., Vtm hUe .....40. '. 2,111
t llaetJgMue1 has been; signed by the Oov F Faruiwo'rtb But.Jptnnat .:-.,. 2 ao.e. fn a iquar' -|",. Air! vt. "ot.
lot a... .. . ... 21 25a n a0e t \to
.k't; ernor; and Is now a law In ;the Sen- Harrelaon.. .. beic neror of ..V'VoVnn'{'of eel j run '" 1

ate It ." ...I amended upon' the motion KCBcwverT- 8 210 ft. w aw il, N 210u. ,JK aio ft.... 22ft .. 0e t... .. IV2S. THE SHOE MAN ;
. ... .. ... beIf210'.NoI. .e.r..r..r"u".f .eA'! .
\ of Senator Carson so that It Is to be ruu Wati4: )'d. N 210 )01. K IM )rda B .
... '.. .. . -25a' .800- 6 "
"withinone : .
y located. In Osceola county Unknown ... .. .. .. ..: 1og210ftWoffinoeonof .cU, of T.82: ; ; of

'\ .mild. p1)t.a railroad and ,within 'four run 70-y,1.W 8CI: yde, 8 7(> )'d.. h. ml. 'd..1'1 82 25. toe .)S. 426 Has just received ;over, Shoes of (- ,

_ '. miles of a municipality possessing EC Bearer . . .. bw(4ovdaNoieweor'4if'ne( i l i of.u' 4 r all
run It 244 ,d. M CD-)'d. W 242 yoa 8mi latest styles sizes. Come see them. '
good ocommodatlons for:: the ,iravel.t. vrt.rrr.. . .:,. ;:. . . 82 21 ale E: 1 81! .

'I.DRPubl1c.. The bill carries an ap Oatnown. . ..... ... beg run1VIleyd.a70'd.Wlr/ItB 110 v
propriation of f5.000 for equipment ,d. E 870 yd6 N' IKlyda .. ,_ . .. 82 2.111. doe 15" I II'J .
firknown... . .. . .. .r. 16fl.: ;-"1ius '
3' ;;of butldln rsand a like Bum annual!VL iJa.nn..D. . ., . ... DW"Ol..I" .aidwfof.wi4of6o4... .. .. . .. .. . . . .. 4 l7a ale of '21 4 m HAS ALSO ESTABLISHED A ti
;' :for maintaining the work'prescribe Wm liana.-.i, . . and owtjof.ej. . .?.... .. .. 17- ':n. I' .O0 21M' 811 .
i (UnknownUuknown.. .. .. .. .. .. .Ibof nt of soy .. ..... . ,. . ? IK 27. I IMM' 4" 8 Y'9
}'!f tor It.' It must be, located on /a- tract ,. ....... .. .t_ of nlJof ..,(.? for taxea I1MIaxea .:. . IK n.! III.... 4a" 692 -
: Ui.known. .. ., .. . . .' '" .. . ... tIIIn.: HUe 30 114 Counter '
not'1eli. '
f land .
of th 200acres
k d an"i: x> l'a.nt..n. . .. .. . :1.. e'.r a.,.. frau1)) lOT 11101 . 113n.: IMe /II' I 14 True.arga Ir tili
.which' shall be deeded to ,the Board of EI" lie.l. .... ..... .. 1I''JIn'D.fot .. . . .. .. . . 9 211.' ::1\18 2n HI' .'
...Cynthia Wheeler .ttotwljof.eU.! . . . .,.. 10 2.'ia' :295. at: 122;
;:y.Cont.rol.01 the''institute without cost Andrew McCord.. .. bvK7Urh 8 of 11 w oor ol LW.'i of nw'i .e. .- lI

_ t i l Ito the .a k o. The members the 10 run chliUJamtaoa S.2.>.i..oh. .K. 10 .ch' M. .:iji.. ..W.. 11 2.1&I. 11\1 i .Oil< which you will find many useful.articles at prices below CO .11Po.r-.

hoard of Control as named by the Miller A jtI'nknown :. .., . .. .0.\401",0'\ n J.i.r.. U 21 x151o 114
ison. Have time
.... .. .. DUofawi/ofVw>4 ....}"..- 14 2.1&. :29e II ..w, I I only to list but .a-few ; see what a little money will
?Governor for which the bill also pro WJf4.aru' .... .. nQ.ofwldotswtofnwk.> _--1I1l.'I1I.I\I: : ti: \\lit do i
_ ;''tdedl'.re B. Mote .. .. .. .. IK-IT ee cor of nwU of ..efjrue', 2<0 I : .
E. : F.; A. Itendry, '
; y 01. N ITS yda K>: 2HO T.IH 8 17.Sexcf dawU .

.f .(W.-Watson, F.W. Inrnatr '."" J. (. fun pt boa W' ne 140 xir yds of 8 65 ae%ydi of K lie1/l.j of. 1 J 1 Paper car'pet tacks, 1 c 24 sheets .paper and 24 l10'u1a..bles rL,

{ Bryan. .,!e' the original billi.b'a JJ Sft Till no' 1 for Utiea. . . id 25. 2Pe 9 ,X KMA .
T of B 6 Art . ieU ofne., . . .. . . . .,23 J5. 2.e. 40 recent issue the-Valley Gacetuiv B U aigibe Agt.. . nn ie>\of ne}?(for la".lltOl. ). .. ,. . :V'Jrt>1:1.: .. 40 8 6.1 J 5
_ ."' jwhlch, with the above makes our read- C Mating. ..-.. .. .. lot . . . .. . . . .. 261I! \ an i JH slate pencils, 1 c 25fair quality envelopes 2 c '
J" F ABranooll, . .. . .. 5et(: of . .. . . .. :!IIlie WeCnknown 40 2 IM 1 steel violin :f
;4>rs familiar witb Its purposes, authortltf ITjknown .. .. ... . .. undiv lot In neU of iwy.. .. 1\:11": :ph' 40 13'l string, 1 c 25 better envelopes 3. cBoy's ..
Unknown .. .. . ... .. .. ../ .wfA.l lot in neMof! iw J. for J
and bislory., Now. !"ft Is up to/'Os/ tax of . . . .. . . 12IIfI 2Ie 40 1112 1 pen staff and pen, 1 c pants fair quality }'.

MraNRRrotrn. . . . .. . .. . .:. .
oepls. county 'to take 'the Initial step wMof-BwM.; 6nWof :81 ::1\18 40 1 111'1 6 fair
.iI. ..O'nol>M.n..Co.. ... .eK and iijfol .wU! ..( ...,. .. 17neUofneJi ::111.:1\18: 1(10 21M quality teaspoons 5 c ,.per--pair 24c
4: :tf'.t.owardt-.UIDI ourselves of jtheben"efltai Florida Finance Co.. . .. ... . ... .. . . Ill 2U. Sle 1114 J l pn
_ ": to be derived from bavlrijj the Intltute Unknown. .. .. .. . ., beg neonr01i ruu W II'd.. 'e 40t .
155J4d.! K Lr.flyd. N 1MJ4 yda .. 2S ana 2n 1 G 2 _
"* located In our oUDt This Is '. .. .,.,, ...',-n.34ofuwlendsw4ofnw)/. . . . saat.: 29a 80 2 IN .
) 00 HnbbaH ...,. .. . owl( of nwM! . . .. . . ... . ... . . . sneU.of 27. 2V. 401111 ,,1 we give a free-ticket--W1th each 50c
;tabs deeding the land necessary, without ll. BronM>nMraUMlle ... . .. aw)4neWofneli) ... ... .. .. .. ::.. .... . . 1IIi.: 2Ue2we 40..0\ RM MBAR
. . . . . . . . '
Filler. i. . . 27n.: 40 114 Cash Purchase on the $75.OOTJnggy '
cost to the Board of Control Asi'lt Unknown......... .. .. nit ofneof.etj) . . .. .. .. .. 2:11.: ern2u HII .. ,
takes money to buy land" the Unknown.. .. .. ,. . Uof' nefkof mv" of ewe.. .. .. . 8 r. gas 1\ tiS ( ,
Unknown... .. ... . eUofawKof nwUofae.1! .... . . . .. 8aeT 2.S. tae II fiS t
'-queitloa: arises "Where Is the money U R Grah..... . . ... !! of aeU .. ... ..' ..:. .. ...."'. .->-r. .. Xw'Vo \ilia 255 40 2 1* ".110' .,
from?" ValloowD... ., ..,.. .. neWof DeU and a strip M )'d. I .
for.tills; purpo.eto, come We wide off W aide of ...U of net>i of --. .
baVe heard several prominent- ;'our neU: ..... . .. . .. .. 8.nViot 2.111' '2IIe 24 145S1 .
tl L |.olmmeeLandCq. neW:... ........ ..... . . . . *' 25. 2a. 11II 184 I'! .
affairs speak favorably of ah 'approprUtloa. /KMoaeler .. .. e.U of neM and net of evU 9 2.e 110 269JMsndJT'Ru7. ,
.. . .. wUofnwUofaeM . . . ... .. .. . u 2's 2se 2(1 w .
being made by the CountyCpmmiisloaers Unknown .*., ,., .-. .. W ol1lw ... ..?.. . . ... . . ..-. 10ilia 24e 110. 1114 _CALL ON. '
tube used for its pur- A Chandler...... . awuof a") olu.U.-, .... .. .. 12 25a 2Ie 10 2111
1 K Noe.f.,... ... . bag. iweor of KM of nwHfrua N 12 ch10ehai2ch / K/EICI' l.!. ry
eba se.This, plan has -features which I : -W10 ch ... .. .. . . 12ilia 28ft 12 110 FOR Wi s. yaCLRcrftlCV FOR
'''ooenmend It, one of which Is that Unkuoa.u..11sleeps uw>i of BwM and nH of p
everyproperty .wU ... 16Mi: 2'1e1 620 971\ > y
4ZfS X owner would thereby contrlbie UnknownUnknown.. ....,. eioiptawVi'of'nwW .n'd'nj of g
."% ux of luul 1))... ..:.. .... .. . 16 11118 28ft. 1\20 't 78
: a pro rated 'share, that would'be ..,..........,' all except nw Wtof UTU and njf of .
and .wi tax of 1 I JJ7.I ..,...,... . .. 112... S6 285 9 7e CLOTHING. r =
oreast than .111. K. Goods.S }
I" equable, by anyMbsr tlnkoown.. ..:.,...../. W ..A..J... 22 :!6tt YE. 160 a 29 | Dry
< plan. We have known of many Unknown ...* W of.J.fortaresof1901)" ).. .... ...,.., -a .2T.e: ,, 4e PI60 ,322 A .
J L OwrttreeiMy..,.. J acres 11. a ma In ae cor'otawJj(.01"'U..u b' 10 .,;, 71 T ,
MBs>.fggroprtatfonifbeing made for Unknown .,.... all aeu of aeU N of K It..c....uII .1 :.If.. tae 20 .p -. .... "",=, z "' "" ts '
Unknown J ,.., llt e; -
1J'' T less meritorious wherein :>. ., a B. In lot I except-land . '1:
5 ( owned by or deeded to Onnibjr and '. : .' '
weal served to t. ./ '. Chrlatopber.' ..,. ... 75 f ... .. .' , . ftt! ' .' ; 'f ,a\ \ .
was not any j, '<< .i ;>11'1'1 66 260 284 24 2 I." " f Ida/ : .:, -!'rn..hyq: : ',.. ,,. > .
Hi will In this; nocomplaint.wet Unknown ;' "... nwW 0.oorrlluWI.Mebtl67I1eb of ae)< except beg 8 HI ch J31.N W, ofr . :0"...... . '.. ,\. -..-....... o ;>>;>>;>> : .. '. ., .,. . -.1.

,side of them either Mid we serlYMely eb N e.TH! eh and except beg 10.81 ch +,
W ofTieoor ran W to nw oor' S,8 ch
doubt that'any would be In this then N ...terl,. to begin.... .:.'. . 1 26. 28. 54 .. 252AKBronaon - + .
: Uokwowa. .. .,r. .. eeU of nwU except 166)d. wide off W
:.' if It Is decided have that
Dane_ to It.i; aide, Silo except beg ae por-of

way.' .-'-_ w. eel 10 ...<. .of...nwU lI'i;'",runa.....A TO. y'd..W.. 106. yda ..... ...... ... .

.,. .. eHofne! ;j4-- .- 8 aia 2H e HO 184 aV 1 1
,Afterr ,the present licenses to sell Unknown. ,..,. Dw({ 01 0' (. 142: Ills 40 114 ,I
Mn M 1. Bright. . . net. of nw)4 of DeK 21 :aleNo. I lt. V8 The Old Standard 1Grove's
Uqaor ,10 AJachua'expire u will be alonff Unknown ,...,&.1 aw ... 14 27. 2Ae 40 114 .
. .. . .. . -
Unknown. : Iracl'l jloosceol.Co.
14 27a a. 4O
_F time between dmlks to the topers R L Patrick .. . .. . . .. . ... .. .. . . .. . -1u.: 27e ...i tat
_. over there as tn the recent election theIletlaty Unknown ;.,. .wtofnw. .-. 2IIu.! :27e 40 114
Unknown ...'1 .M af n.U. 1IIU.: :27. 40'IM Tasteless
went dry. Vllolnee... .. .. a. of ow 81 *". :27e 441 114 Chill Tonic
Jo.ephBunbober . nwUoiawU... ..
: 27 40114
'. : ::"" Unknoi:.. .... Nwpof8W5i[ .r. as2ft.: 27e 4O 114

Tbe: legislature has been 'adjourned Unkno'rn Unknown,,... .. .... .",.. .... .. ';J* ClI..." ."' ...". "H4 *Xfia" lie 27e *40* *114 14UalloCl..o has stood the Lest 25 y ears.
tf #" aiL' :entire''week' ,and Governor iiPB' ...t-iTY.: ,Average annual sales
.. .. . . beg 2'eb W of n. eor of nwM: or CoIU .
9 Jroiolnt.thas:: not annuonced his in- ru.Wl.SOeh8S17Nea.tarlyon K over One and a Half Million bottles. Does :'
sntibns as to the Benatonal R RI orway 1.25: oh then ruu jtf 6 this record:1:: :

. The"' OovernOf la"lle- as shown' Unknown .. .. . ,. .. beg de.111 and48minWtobef.eb K of nw oor of nwWpf.... ...ueU.... 1 Xt 2Re! H tM of merit, appeal to ? No Cure No

Ms" ;sslll tongue.. At' the proper tune It 'of w'y run to a 8 point C.7M due ch-N 8 of a point:! ft.iM K B ch K K t you .2.PUS.S9f. I
Endoesel with :
<'will;' .unloosen.. of n. oor of nwM of ne>4 -GOr then N every bottle U a Ten Cent Package pf OtOVTS BLACK ROOT ,

),- 3 .,. I'I'ot S S f K to Dxr.oion.,8ob'Dtt'oi nit!(of oej. l ail ._ ,.OR* ,:lH.. : _. 9nii, ._, .. "
>" .1. a I<::i- :s.Jo.iph105'Fleree *' -- --- -- --- itfl
JefAraolti.'Brown c&m. '1 t-on.he. .._ lot B black JIII..... Mo.....'- kddlllou ___ .. ..

ibte.*.c he4 as his many l friends t1DIIDO"'D' ....... .. . lot"bC.mpbellCle'C block 18 N B 1101'1I&11., ... 1 211. 2/48 tor. .

_ 'C.mpbell (:11'..,,.... ,........ .., .., 1 2II.2IIe 110
ghwmtthe Stale believed all along Sauterne Eat. .. ... Block M B
"OqaD' a4dlLloa to
oUl;.Som*of his political iIN + CampbeUClt7rm .,. : I 2r12140 U2 To Cure: a Gold in 'One\ L Cw eCri, .. tl
Uoknswn. ..: ...: Io4 A and lot n black >V of.M B'Nor ay .

,hira as having accepted a fee ,.'D'.....dluuo toJfE 119Unkoown

__ ._doing Iri7" work: In influencing . . . loll Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. .A'PH .
;:. ; : .; :wii"S;: ;: :: :: !S S Rte l0 11II on every
i, bill pending oRktl oowu.. .. .. ::. .. is: 4.... .... ...'... ......',..:::, .. ... 11\\ 810 2Je'IU 416 ---.2. ThIs m w.| ...C. 60X. 25C. v
.. the. Leg'a1ature. Be demanded Unknown ... .. tots ".. .. ......... . 17 i e 6 Js signature. .
Vukno..O, . .. ., . I..llot. .. :;.'r'.. .. ......". ".. '. . 18 6 .
eirtgaUon; ,which was gone Into Tu Rel.a ... . .. .. .. .
ry.19820 to. ... ..r. .... .. .. ... ...10"20 20'''' 111. 1& 114
< 'UakDOwD. ,). . .. .. II .... ....,.. ..... .... III W... ?
s o osnmitte* '';'appointed for thatIlJtd h ale 6 ell
.. .. a"5.'Y.5
Uoku.wnUnkoown . .
.. .
r. lot . .. .
. .. ... . ... 39 -T- .
Ye 81. 6. '*4.. .
who .. .. . .... .... \ ltti'a4.ilssM.. 'a
could and Dot.hloDo.W.e .Jilo& ...". ..... ..... .. 20 'W.. Mia 77 .
"or Unknown. lu..IIII9.lOaDa8l.... .. ..... .. .. ... ., fye 111. __ Jt .1 I .
';unseemly in his . . 10& . '
con- :16. "........ ... *>(IIlie', "8le 1 MI' .
..r'tttate'. \: 1IIoer.\'He had Unknown...... . .. . 10&118. : ....,. ..1 ...-....... Ml .... 01. ,1 ,.
only VOIlIlOWD.- r.I. .. .. . lotllfbloak. D.. ."'... '. 1' REL tEST TE
.1non6tcgens' fee a17NNYMEDE .'
to draw .
or ,
,, Albeel Cnwlord. . .. . lot/ block .:;::...,..... ..... ....... '" i 581 t..I
: bill In question. J that's all6ltand EU. Facl., ......, r. lot 1 10011 811 ;'... ..........,.5......... fill I State kofKissimmee't
was $ : 't.hItta"aU he did. Uuknownl.,1.: -.. ....;...:........,.... tll
. .
Vullao. ... .. .
Kr ; ;.. 10&'blook 11 . .
l? I.fd t-men."N;: Jealous KF 4eelrtf'"- '. lo'block 50., .; ....... .. :116

t. . <' 7"a4'!! (t,'.did/:Jot blow: their MS P.thlok":sY .'I.....' 1""bI001l l"JorTaaltlOl,.. ) block Bi... ......., toil S "i1I1.: ..wMOFFETTyS 0,:

_ .....-. ,..; -- TOrtilla Bmllh. lotlablpkel.,6, .i.I I s G .j '
.. l"' Qpb. lmllh.410tsbltek' IIL.. .. ...... IXSVER B J.
; : _. ; . ..... .; ...._ 6eUnkuowi9r. i. Offers to Customers Every Facility '
"' EI ;
( ; ... ... jotfblooinor.-( ; .'!"" a' ? m : {f
Tbelet; 1.;:;OlI"4erable discussion : Florida Agricultural Co.l I Sab.: Wy: of 81 2.'IfI 56 Consistent with Sound
P.II: .. ... ale. Management.
boat MM i t/photd ferer' situation in 'I'1IpptD.,,, lot8.,4 .. .
.! $ r .. ... ..
ppIU. .
: lotltt
: T. ,pa.And: this reminds us that M. y.x' .1..3aIM41ER.,4.; I. 1"- "

3Ake lMd,4MLn not be too careful II'DBetrca' ,'i-.>..."...,. lot/blook180HEoF..D.ddlnon.6I : ..:.....;.. I.II" Life Fire Accident iI | Personal Attention to All Business Intrusted
'. l"IIt''i: ;: 1 ot..bloe'O. ,
q..on.r Let us look well to our .: ), :;;T. .... ,
L PlolI Dii'ot Aaa rl
71r 1.1 cov .
..ftMsnlsesand avoid the posslbllllty of w" Mecredl4 "" '. (b& labsa...,... ... . . ....... .' N. B.
;..itaeas so far M ,w...are able.. An jtahlMark 'i. ..........:Jdlnoo-aihomaker'i;i.. :Bob' D/r! l' r75ll And / CARSON. OABH, R I .f:

.a pound4lwLFolkCounty.Newe. Ate. .._'.. .lot "."......,.aobe'......". .11.._.,..Addllioa...............oC.. blocb.:... ';'.1.. DL'' .,.End_. .IL. A-,. i.,I Burglary.T J Jf'ideli

I.. ols .mlndau.'Vthaf' dose 8 R Thorapaon.. :; Io blab OL..I.. ... ".? ...t. ; *- !'.
a '. 1''r' ITS
) I. 8 K Toompeon ,4-...,. lot 1 i&adlo&f Sboeniak.r'S 8Db Dar t . . ;
as th*:, ism..bat4lecsnnot. hurt el Mock III.... .. -.. i :?. .., I it
SK Tbompeoo.., .. Oloek f Y ,
,>(;, 1o\"bcootIDP."Db Drs of '.
; W.'do"'Do'brlll&; ': her, 4.iI......*. .. ....,. ; .D'H II11IcDorll'l-llfHtHl: }
h1aMi.i1l1D. ; Mr.F Farnaworth.:, . all blockAl btooVB"C.1.1...... '" "'-.' ..JJ'" 106SMI lJonds.i 'JI.
: question by the jug.s a"uJlfS-.n... ...". loS block S. ..... .....;. _........1 '.<. .-- y. DyMntsry,sndhs I I:
and only, make h. on ,, the prin- 8.M..r...MB... (Uvlni.......,,.).:f;....., all log block 4, 1..4 S block T"...1.......... +. ___..-a 175 61 1 w ( Bowel TreubUsef ;t

'that should ....,.... 14..i.! "'. .. ,. 788 1 "" .
war.In .
i we prepare for AI ; ,.t.-.,.. s5"10& I .. : ;' 1 l i i CMIdr 01> /i/ A,.. y
ti$_i of pease and, theU In : Alne times IV & Wneeler,,..:,..y. lot 4 block 91.i.-- .u.'tVt* i One 1 Aids Dilution, { J
', ODllOOW..,...,..... ... loUIandSbloek D.\r.r!: 1 lUfuktMths vyo
I of ten there wUl be no war. R4.1m- ..\..3lW. f.yy,5- ... ;.; De WlIOftblook bttcr.wnaDJCnnJlICUA". : it Itl.0. 4. .... eM X ,,M, WILLSON.; JR. B *.StaMjtlHMUMChUdsndMafc : !

i to OM Of.UM moat, healthful towns loA" -....... .. ..._.:'., .v, i.all, 'bJoolI?; a......I.all'bloci'fl.'rlIZ.,..t' _i-,.. \1\ -' wr. ,.' 011 711 .. EETHI"Nct'ftWDE..' ) ** .
** Ottue. ,* no, sickness'Of 8ear'. mi ties r't ", ,,rl 1 ? .1.1A T TCCTH1NG CAST 'I
: .odod '
eeported.. |>tsi tbe lRT.omproa..M.l, < lot4bloetB; .....a:.. .r. .. ...Bin.J'''r%"... ..... 1j, .. 5 5 1bwSB .. ......... .................. stI 1 at DnI Istr;, or .. 2Ic to C. L .H.DL SLLrabsf ...
p keep < : C-.J .
wttC4f of blFik ,: ', Curs I
nebharct.7\\ .w141oI. .. ,.... ..,.....;.., . .. ru tlon. and Sorsa, Coq.,Hive. and Thrush. lte"'OY."d .
ClDliCN1 at hard Mid In ........ , 5N' .81. meant census of ,Mi.mtorediu Worm.. Ptav.n : :
alwawi use. 'f.rk.1..1A1' .ltloOl .".. ................ ....... Y ''" .. ; A: COUNTERACTS AND OVRRtOM \ .
.;. .,}'.r :. ,; ..."T'JoJII. '. hat' 017 irlth.. population. 6,000. TMtd: aF.aCTS 0. THE .UMMEII TON TEETH NQ . Irf iti

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;\; The Klsslmmes,Valteu Gazette I 'Wade, the tuner, Orlando?; '
,, '. MM. 3, :N.,Taylor:' and her> mother, ,day morning for' .,.Jacksonville,visit 1 t Monday evening June &h Miss Marietta . ,

xr' -TgLEPHQNBNO.11.. will leave tonight for.;Tort'..Myers tovisit friends Pf> nn entertained about ..38 of:: nit;
,1"PUBLISHED, EVERY ].lfBJDAY\ ,relatives., i J M ...Howard of;DeLand, 'who hal.pen' her young friends at the beautiful ank' O rCla 1ns

BT Johnny Woods!, agent for Deals some time among her friends In hospitable home, of her1 parents on

POUND,. A' Ii A R ..1. 8. Steam L.t .IUlrl-t.h. best In the State.' :;tbtrplace recently'" left' for :her home Broadwyrthe occasion being tbe'cel.

,,' ;I' Patronage solicited ,Free dell vert. Wednesday N ebratlon of hero'lxt.eent.h, birthday .1 -."", .. "

''i, .i' OHUROH'DIREOTOftY.- '' Mr, J) E., Crawford, oldest; son 'offgpnentative Mrs. C J. A. Carson and/ Misses I4s- At an early hpur::' the guests baa-sn, rasa..w..e..awSome ,
MrrnooitT,. Ciro c-..-Pr.*cWttir...ach 8abath. > ., Crawford, of Orange ..zt..aod Mar Carsod' left Wednesday to anise. and from start to finish"" :; ,
.... shoe dealers clalm'to sell l."theubeit shoe earn"f"It
11 and 7 o.e'ock. Prayer meeting one seeoied"' and on .
county, and .Mondafln to attend the state convention of the ery Unu1ually' happy
day at'7 SabbauiBohool Sunday
.r,- TbDp evenlnr p. m. .
t:4: Baoil-y.,.OI'D11111 P. this. city. -:. B. Y. P; V, at Orlando; .' joined heartily'in the'> various games ,_is not, our part. to, dispute, the statement but,simply to put t'lr

_'11.1..,...... C.UIIUH-o.' J.. Frier linty PaaHw PulOr.Preac.'nf.n" .- Messrs. Sam and, Jody Griffin will I Misses, Helen Csnon'and Jeannette introduced by that, charming young. !r - Commoi.-f9"r< claims before the public. ;
..' .
,, Buod Tll -m, and 7 p. m. matron Mrs, "
Waring.A '
Youui PoopU't m.e 'o. '.30 p. nr. BlindBohool ./ move their families up to 'Waco- on Watson' len,, Tuesday, morning for Justin "$3' Sense 'with our reason therefor and? ,
S.4A .. m. PnrermeetlfE.veryThur.Vldtor.alwayowaoom. .- literary ooptept was one of Mb _
.d.T7p.m. : >, the Midland road next: ; week, where Pablo'Deach'wbere they will spend most; enjoyable Introduced Shape.. Submit thejesuit to'11')8. unbl '
game a
ST. JOMM'I KriiKJoriL: OseseaArd.deleonOral they will in for some time as the guests of Miss LydlaBarr's. '
go growing ,
Ktx'tor.-Ly lerrlo every Sun r, moralax at 11. .Sunday Hchool, ':8O p. m. Full an extensive .le. . r'[ '
ovening.ervloe h. the R olor third and fourth.nnd.yl ce..tuloontest.a1t. AfteJ counting,and We claim? \ to.sell,
I. of each month. i -'v The Aa-dcult.urallnst.ltut.e will boa. L', Hon. C. A.. Carson has" 'boon' nominated giadlflgthe ,questions, it'was found Soles .

PasesvrsuAMCauacs.-nlvlne lint Sunday and third SuDday.wonhlporlverv :. In each ,great factor in.the future pf Dsoeola and 'nomination was.'oon- that quite a number had tied ..0 ..liey. Like Velve ,' 'ft. Better SfiOeTenderFeet -
month. Morning .rvlce at 11., m. 'a.. Evens 1 1 firmed -
county and It; behooves every citizen by'tha' Senate beforej, Its ad- .
+, Inn .errto..t 7:00 n. m, Sunday School at were asked'to draw 'for the prize. In: to
: >a. n. C. E. .errloe-'1:16; Vi. s.. Pr.7ermsellnEThundaepoln to give ft that that has'I ]jonrnment,:'as s t.l'Ui.of! : the State which Miss Eunice Lee was the. sue Thaw\ the
'' at 7.-00 Krrrbody '
U moat cordially l I.JIed to attend p.,m.Ihene- tnade our High School so successful. .University.fpr spur years' cessful one. Tho prize ,a sterling- '' ,

,errlce'. -F. O. RAILBT Paalor.ALS ,' .Of the fonrteen"applloanta for teach 'Mrs'' B.' M., Potter and children left ver.,stamp box was gracefully IprOsoti .-; "Bestsiioeon'EartrOurs .
.. .., "ra' ertlftcatel: three failed to make for their hornet at,, West 'Palm'Deacb ed by Mr Justin Waning "' ". ;"
,.- - -- --- -- is 'THE QUEEN
O'lclal'W..ill r' the required per centage, one'only taut Tuesday after a very pleasant Dainty refreshments wero; served on au '

' vUAaa_ Tsitrs*ATin s-Wstm.port""!"Ilf.THV..D. .. made that necessary ,for first grade; vlett'of several weeks among their silver traya.and at a late .hour th e. THAT THIS QUALITY," the', name and. Y'

&" Eva .nlMun* |l. 1908. while live made second'. and five the relatives and friends in this place, guests departed'Wishing' Miss Pfann reputation which, is euffl; ,
'. .B, Ins bird-grade.; Ass reminder of ;.our' aooaunt.IThole ::-' many'happy returns of the occasion. dent guaranteed Its ..qualltyI I,

Max, Min J111. ', Charlie Brown'colored- was tried who ouwe me will flnd- their account The. many tokens of love tendered TRAOC MARK queenly t e gal -"- highest ,!
before Judge Miss Pfann by her friends gb to prov'her' IS BRANOCI: .i ,
Harwell a flay or two in the first issue_ of, thispaper
PrI4..4-.I..... 88 8D' ON", The name without. Us,
eatnMay. ......... 'M''' 117. ?..n.M ago on.a charge Of petit larceny, after the let of July If. "not settled ,on popul rltl among the young' people aHoL.' '
Sunday .,,*.......,. t41I. ' 119 ,.U ound guUtykmd sentenced to 90 days.He or before that date. J. \yiLSON., of Klsslmmee. : reputation 'would, :count; ,, ,no;
.. ... . ,
.. M'Ml
Monday \ tW.ttytt Stw .
Tu....".)..:..."..... w stole a pair of shoes from Wilson The area planted In cantaloupes} in b.otll"eduGtIa"f. more than y'oth. r.but; this
"''edneoid., ....... 90 on ?t: 1 uH
,J .. Lindsay also colored. stood the test of time and service and.proyen'that"the. L
!'..urada,....... __,,81 68 "'of Alachua, Marlon and Sumtercountiesis ( '

.. .. A 81MPBON. P. U. We are requested to state that Rev; I placed at '450, acres. The, -total! Business LocalsStandard the name was indeed a happy thought In the fitness of" things

: t S. H. York of Apopka,' will be' here crop Is estimated at 000' refrigerator l" no, better: name for it could be found. Made'to fit, made to wear s <

for during the next week and will assist carloads valued at J\IMK) ) each making "",
Our Insertion ot advertlasmenL'alnongtha ; made to last; made for comfort, made for.heaTthrniade; of beet
td reading1"onattor on itev.jr.F., Bel\ In a aeries of re. a t.otal'of $150,000.; -.s.-- ..... .:- _- _ '
vival services ,materlai ;money coule buy: made by :post skilled workman .and" '
this paire'is ten cents per-line each Insertion during that'time' at the lof 1', and Mrs. A. A.. Keener left :;a i. Patterns at Kati's.,
.- M..E. church. The 'public' condlally : 'on correct: principles. Sold underguarantee; and .at, prices that ,
day' or two.ago for; a tour, of the westtextending Violin'strings lc at Dann's.
l Invited, lo attend. .,. cannot met for where quantity1'.'
--- .sfar, : as California; They I quality quality we. .count' our .

" otioo Ad Gilbert left a few days ago for Ft will be atfayseveral weeks: A pleasant ,.. For. real bargains go to Stanford's.. and WS only true yalu of any shoe ", y '

layers to relieve his brother William, trip and 'safe return is the wish of 'SO ydl.-|-. Sheeting,.$1, stanford :
Local News.'Phpneius who is suffering from au attack ,of their friends here 'KISSi'MM '
many '' IN
> l 'Haveouseen; the bargain. counteratDann's FOR SALE s: ONLY BY
fever. lIe will- lie "his
away/ "
Mr. W. L. Coats ca'me up' from! Ft.. t.
brother, who expected to oome here to'recuperate -"* _i -j.* i ..-
Pierce recently and stayed here until Stanford has just whet: want In .
recovers"sufficiently to be you, C. Stanford
-- able Wednesday when'he departed for Alwbama new style Oxford's.Battle ., H. ,
tq return to'hla, duties. where he will time
;;; wants.: spend'some '
o' your .
Mr, and Mm.J, H. Carroll apd J lit- attending business and- where the Axe Shoes a specialty at r.
Oulce . '
& Bratton'a. ,
WeU'! do the running.KISSIMMEE I tie son, of Valdosta, Ga., took advantage V.-.O. will keep him pos1o
, J of the recent excursion affairs.. '. An up-vdate: line, 'of--Men'. Straw The Originator ol ,Low Prices In,. Klsslmmee, \Iii 2 ,
Hate at Stanford's; ,
DRUG Co. and stopped off here on their rI
The Rev. Alfred A. Rickert expects 1 '.,
return to visit MrvCvD.Carroll and Old 'papers 20c per- hundred at the
tor hold both morning and evening services -
Plenty of rain: Miss Carroll who live at Merl'dla, Valley ,Gazette office. I
at the Episcopal church nextSunday.
Improvements .tlllgoing on. where Mr. .Ci; D, Carroll engagedIn -
: 'The morning service, with Stanford is sole agent for. Douglass
Sunday school picnic tomorrow. the turpentine business. . he holy communion, begins at; 10:30a. Shoes at,; KUslmmee., r VVVVVV VVVVVVVVVV I '

Keep cool;'see M kln. >o'. .Ice adv. Mrs. Alexander L. Davidson, ,who m., and evening prayerwith an address See and price those Summer Suiteat '
: ''
. Pr. Simpson reLurnedborne. .Tuesday. spent several works with'retattves and : at 7:30: p. m.. Ouloe Bratton's. ; NOW IS' THE -
n night - friends In Cardlngton, Ohio, this Little Mill'Irma cube entertained E TIME ,
spring was accompanied her ; Try a pair of Queen Quality Shoes: '
on return M number.f\t. bar little friends on Monday .
'Mr. W. W.. Wheeler of Lakevlew, Sold Stanford.
home, by her aunt, !.[ra. Enylgn, afternoon In honor' of'her ninth only '
In this week. w'V "
was ': who will spend several months,, here, lrthday. The little hostess received Subscribe for. "The Designer! at 1 FOR 6O DAYS, : .''i:

Three births In town within'a week:, and may possibly decide to make Kls-. many presents. Refreshments and oOcts.per year, atTKaU's.; ', '

t 'IWatch Klsslrarnee crow. simmee her'permanent home. games were Indulged la by the little A beaut.lfull1ne of plain and'figured. 1;? PRICES. WILL OK RKOUOeO? ON OUn''ItN tAB ,LIN I e 04..4- :l "' "
Born, on Monday last a daughter Lawns Guloe & Bratton'a.
at ,
Theophllus Dandy left Wednesday ones and all had a good time.. ,
Mr. and Mr..Cbarle. D.... r
,.' for Lexington, Ky., where we learn'he M..IUUED.f. the residence of' Mr.. Suboeriptions{ received for "The De- Il; = :
Judge J. D. Beggs of Orlando'spent will engage In dalrrlnR' "Orphe" is Jessie Presoott, father of the bride, on signer at 80o per year. At K.t.'.. : ,AU'penon. indebted tome, will, please" call"and .-pay T'

a few hours In town Monday"night.! -' one of our bust, and most 'popular' Sunday evening last, .Mr Isaac Nettles Stanford has -Just received a. new their accounts, as. :same must be closed;, up: :

j.School Board and County Commissioners ; young men and carries, to his new I and Mi.. Viola Prescott were lot; of Spring Dress. Goods. Call and ::--...... ----.
r prbceedlngsj"_ wlll appear .in home the good will of our entire pops> made man' and 'wife; Judge- Harwell see them.' ,

'.our next issue. .. ulatlon, lie has the qualities that will officiating in, his usual impressive !f'Dororthy Dodd" ''Shoes 'are fully I J : W. '

' Capt. Phil. "Leonardy thewell, commend him to the good people, everywhere manner.. All, of this county.:; We ,extend guaranteed, you take no risk. Sold V'CA.TSONI'r

: known, Volusla county cattleman, wash and.therefore' he Ha given up congratulations to the newly' rna- only by Daniu .; j.1

Gulce&Bratton.- .
Po.rt.lee'de.lrJni' real estate in KI. The Tampa MoumenTallTWorksr of Dispatches from Dixon: O.say that ,,1 "IL, "
,. ., --, - -- -- -;:-- - "- -;-- - ,..{ ,
; slmmee will do well -t.O 'communicate Tampaare turning Out the best grade negroes have taken refuse In the >}jail '' The handsomest )line of Spring and N

{, ;rith Ilurbert Fleming,' ;' of work' in their line 'at most,,reason to escape violenoe7" What had they Summer Dress Goods ever, !i' offered., in 1'\'i"t\' : I t> r. ."; ',.. it', } ._ :", " " .. ..,4."5>" -i--:; f .

......H. N. Bratton left on Wednesday .ble price.. They have furnished'a done? Merely announced<< their. readiness town at Ka'" '.. . Y s : "vTJiODipaQn.'e :
number of our people, with handsome to- 'work foci living. The' mob i"'B -YOLE SHP.
t to attend to some business affairs at Remember with each cash purchase ,
W stones to mark the J. -resting placeof didn't; wgntthem to work and wouldn't .
e1liMr'SumLUJOUDt.t.Th one free ticket to the 76.00/ Top Buggy
their loved ones You get nothing let them work, and they had to" fleefor at; pann's'Store. _.. __ '
; Deeded to fill '
cn ore pupils my; '
but first clas-wOrk from these gentle. their lives' Those negroes had bettor : 1 Old Stand. -4

; Class on p iiolorteFlr.'oome, get men and their prices sre low.. They come back South. In this sectionno Stove Wood. .. : / '( .

u [ placea ,EMw De Ueere. also handle iron fences. negro is prevented from working We will furnish Stove Wood, delivered ; '

" hire W. B. TTlgdon and children of to any part of town at $1.00 per J. Wilson Propretolif J:1: :
desires to.-Ex. ; feBicycles' '
the .
2 i ,Calne vllle" are Tlllt.Iatat.he: parents ofMnfigdon Jack Hancock has added five large -'- \ .-Strand.. MAYNARD LUMBER. Co.' ; "'
'" ,
rattle snakes to his which .\
+ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. t r; .
Whittier Hews. For Sale. ;, .. .1.:
be will -and 4
la due season slaughter ',
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Bandy." then tan and manufacture their skins Whittler has been blessed with: some .One Smalley, No. 6 drag saw and clean ad and repaired Full l linedries un-: : .>J.f.;. :
tools showers of rain
o T0UND.-A bunch of bicycle lovely recently.
Into belts. that are destined to encircle two 7 foot ,saws; one Peacock woodsplttter Qood tires BK (
always on hand., $6.6O pair.. .'
1 be' per 'f '.
' which owner can get by proving ownership The beef market seams! to lively : i : .:'.
winter . wheef inch
the shapely waists of touriste.The ,. (US' Inch fly 4L "
and paying for this notice. judging from the number of- beef cattle cycles bought'and-sold. "v "j''I":' :;;
V. O. devil says It Is a pity such axle; one Peacock wood splitter, complete .,uH .
Apply at this office. srewsome material used -for such that have :been driven from here -shafting, pulleys' and connections ? :;v 4C kftl 4S N< HSHg! S!>r! 7 3 a 9a ?? a>rr 9a *pala /..1X111 ..:- .. -f.,,

I 'Mlssea Elizabeth Aultman, lannlei purposes and that he could, supply a lately ;; all now and used but little. :: T w '' .

i Bass and nub: Oliver represented the substitute that would be more in keepIng Jtev"lI.nsel'of Conway preached at Splitters guaranteed' to split any kind TI,1 111111 f .L.l11..l.f 1 111E11111 I .Illllallll.l .ttltttt1t111112111!! f'T".""Y',; '
f, local B. Y. 1\ U. at the state joonvenMoii Whittler church last venlng"t.o > of,wood.:- The lot Is offered at about50per'cerytorits'calue .. ..,
with _
thevfHne8Sjofthlngs.4! .
.,""' ? tai audience:'lieu;Ad the ; interested '
$ PrlandoiUtflS: week. r-g am pastor, IC NORTH KIBBIMMEV. PHONK_ N. BC. ,,'l
t Saturday is not a very good day fora of the Methodist church was'present, communicate with the Valley Gazette1 / .

Mr. C. D. Carroll having purchased picnic to be sure, but; under the circumstances and all appeared to enjoy the meeting GRIFFIN ...,,','?/-1"_ I'ii'!"
of of )or. D. ,
c the turpentine business t'j. ., '
the committee did the best very much. : ,\
f C. Lee at Meridla, la contemplating The could be bad pC j" ;, ; Jo.w
+.. they could. boats Commissioner Basil Is having. some II '
I I buying a place and moving Kisslm- on no-other day,'except Monday'"and work uone" "' on" our""roads', 'w Ich 'Is ;- J"i,

mee.MrB' a picnic on Monday is altogether out much needed. Fancy FathiIy 'Grocerse ,'.1 r;1':. /oIj'l (
: L. C, Conklin left yesterday Then'let I \
of the question. as many go The patrons of Sub-Disk school 'l : ,
fior a visit to relatives and Arcadia tomorrow as can well do so. Next No. 3'are; much pleased with the act> u ;'.,'' . '

I her former borne. She will .also visit! ; year the.matter should be taken: ) in tlon"'of the School Board, and the '!.I'" .!.c.'T ''
I friends at Tampa. and at Limon be- to avoid the disadvantages : ,, '
hand earlier so as promptness of Maf. A. S. CampbellIn M ; (( ,
I '" ., :! .,
fore, returning. _. the committee has had to; his firemen" and stability 'as a member -rf"" *' g .'-,. v.n"

I Mr. J. E. Crawford; ,.> a prominent .contend against this year. i of that board, In appointing "W. w Delivery every day, at any hour j 'palronage.Bolicite 'trg K ,
cattle dealer of Con war/!Orange counIty Prof A. A, Simpson has been named Garret; as principal and Miss; Emma "sN '

,arrived in town!; Monday-?:with.-200B by-State Supt';-Sheats on ,,the committee I Partin aa '..lIlataitt.lflve; satisfaction rctuuitiLtIitjiuci111itifciILL1itiil1tii1l1tlituuLUiUiuili Lt1 C

ltd of fine beef cattle which be, bold' to t'a .standard course [to the majority of the patrons of the
W/B., Makinson Co. the' schools school The selection of an assistant s '
of study for high grade "
IwAIiwJ.. kl: Moseley ,retu rned'on Sun- of Instruction which shall be taught teacher. for our school will be left .- '
day from a trip to' the Everglades In the unform system of public schools open for the School Board to'act1 with ,

uouth of Fort Myers, where he 'hadmenxo Of Florida and to aid and encourage their, good Judgement. . ,
,, Investigate some of t.betUnL, the establishment public high .cbole The health of this community la very "" "

Ited Land Company h61dlngs.I. andrural graded schools. The committee good with exception of whooping. MUCH MEDICiNE .

't I.. Mr. -' named Is of cough among the cbUc :en. BABY EASE:: :
A. E. B arden, accompanied byMtai so far as composed' time while Rev. Powell to not; riece888ry 'if some is\; r d
Some :
I Cat.bleeD.and. Master Ralph, eome'of the most prominent ..educators ago taken before the ailment gets .
I went up to Orlando. Sunday to bring in the State and we are pleased to was 'plowing In his,, garden, the pony I a hold on the system. ,,, "' The D..t..sprlng'.and- Ssaanm.r- .i.

t. I home Miss Marjory..Belle," who 'bad aee'Lbe'', 'name''' of;: our' ,principal became frightened and unruly and ;One dose in timfl is better :Me and
I been of weeks, with mentioned connection therewith.' made good escape with plough 1
spending a couple .. than a dozen bottles la er.
-' -- harness. ;Some of the apparatus has Spring and Sit timer bring crave dangers to babies and ebt dren..Tbouaanda .> w
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friends in that city,,' I': The Llllle, (ands If necessary the :I i not been found ,.et.. It was not; Fanny; '':This is ,the time''to' takesomething > ; of little.ones die>of bowel troubles brought on by eating,, .I" i

,r I Mr'and.Mrs.;: HenryVBarnes are theparent.a Roseada,will'make the schedule also) it was'"om r*'one-'t.h.t. madethestampede . for the blood.-- unripe fruits vegetables, eta.' Serious results often follow.a slight, t, ,

I of a pretty daughter born'' 'to.' has been chartered. : to carry .the ,plonloers -, I .' One ,of the: many good' derangement effective ond;of best the medicine for Organs.-'all stomach. Baby Ease and is bowel the safest troubles,moat of' S.. ,

them last Saturday.' It being. the first. to_Fleming's ;Island--morrow'and ,Uncle. Billy Shiver U-building' 'a i 'SPRING TONICS- babies. and children.,; Pleasant taste. -ehildrea. like It.. I,
I at their borne' .H. Is but natural for will make trips; as followsT Le n"';.good house. Messer Run y and WilLiam --. d \ I i
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I Henry to think sit"the'only' -..trl In Ing the Dock at. 8:90: ,, 10:00: ''and;I Hall are' the Carpenters.May :
,F City I prosperity, and unity, well .we can recommend should be 25 CENTS FOR LAR.GE:, BOTTLE> ..n

,w own"; but he'll learn, better ': 11:30 a. m.,.aDd In the.. afternoonVJo ', saturated with Christianity abound ;In I' taken. Clean out the ;body If druggist hasVt.It. ,:write to'the'ttanafeetnrer,, :;;. r

B Messrs: .J..T. Beeves,, and H. M. i turn trips will be :made 'at ,2:00: 3:30and : our,midst.' DxiNIS before the hot weathers--Tena- your. ._ ,MACON." [CA.JltJt .. tl ; 'r
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WoQd, ..h..lnapUrchaed '''Padgett's ,6'OO'o'c1ock., :,So'you.: may'go; ,.you can stand it better., '
rr I meat niar'ket, ,have adopted the firm I over'soon and stay late,, spending the I You Know,What:Ya*.'Are Taking "" : about t**, WES. ,GOL RtMG"' ffrt'-. *: .r't *' ,. d ,

,Y Dame of Beevesr&, Wood. They*pro- entlrd!lay"there, or you'may go over I ''When'ou; take Grove's Tasteless is .. '

Ipose .to handle,, only choice young' late, ;jfti dinner, and return soon-just plainly Chill Tonlo printed because.the.formula on.every bottle showing r '

jbeeves,. fM'mutton ,and the ,\besf ofIfork. as your business or ofb8l"affal'.lI ay:' that It; simply Iroaaftnd-Qulntne ,Kisslmmee! Drug Co.

. .; 'See their ad.In 'another ..col.P'ttn. demand or'lustlfy. 'Let.'...1'1 body go In a tasteless form.,, No Cure 'No ,. J ,; :

.' '.Walter Bass's old stand.' V but,ddn't forget,that weU-Alled basket. ,Pa1 60c., .." _ J '4

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TM1 ? hay received- -.itl had' ->t'obbI1iall: ---- "
opTHCiMsBii theua.. If there was anything to hope JbiLM.a
for In that fact he inlgbt hug flip Household ',
thought to his heart; but considering:'
1: fe MO.E.I tile terms in which be had written *

fJvB V >R- 3 !u sO* tbe warmth with which tbe bogged her .I... ;patters
to let him come down and see her .. S Sale Feed
there was1 very Utt):! encouragement: Livery -
rffe MrsfiS In that .. Cfctorlil of Lime Solution.CruHh "

T ". He was' 'luckier than ho had ventured .a quarter of a poundof chlo-: .
1 to expect: For' as' he cameover the ride of lime In a basin and 'Worll: to a Stable.
Air" IIIIIIIIiI/N/! Itil 1 I little\ bridge '"which spanned the river smooth paste with a little cold water. Stable
r he sow. : herself approaching the Add one and a. half pints Wore cold ,
hoiiflp from the -opposite direction. She water; stir 1 rforcnce Warden s had her prayer-bookin'ber land(, an<2 stand for a day or two _stirring; occasloually. -
p AuthorohThe.Mouse on Jhjc Aarah,*' etc, '- wan evidently returning from Siroan Then akinr-ahd'strain off :Finest Turnouts 'i in Town! '

ICoprrUbt. 18M. l.y, sober BonnWl aot"1/ 1 where she had. been tt (church, lh clear llquld 1I.tralnlnto d bottle!!, -
t hue saw him as soon lis he saw .bel',. and keep tightly CHAPTER VIIJ. young barrister wan shrewd'enough to stopped. turned pale apd ran a few '
Now the' Intention t>t the two conplrators guess that, having/ gone' 110 tar unsuccessfully stops 1 to the left, evidently with the To Cl... Oilcloth
who were' conspiring with. they' would feel bound to hope of eNcapln Jnto the Gelds behinda I Oilcloth should never be waded with' Aoutfor -Standard Oil. COJDialll.
_t oat Clifford' knowledge, to'cure' blm take some steps to -vindicate. their sagacity group. / of cottages which stood between hot water Wlj>e It first with a cloth
of 'his Infatuation,. was to keep this h..r .ansI the. ion But Clifford 'wrung! ,out of cold 'water, turning the _
luckless adventure from coming to his So fully convinced v/ns he that they was too quick'tot her. She saw" by ('Ioth r'aurt rinsing It, as It gets; dirty. ----
a ears But .It) leaked. out 10';spite of would .make some fresh attempt to' fix the pace by which lie approached l. thatIt Then' polish with beeswax and turpen- -- --------
them, and on* evening,- 'wben they the' guilt of the robberies on Nell .that was useless to try to avoid him so time and soft dusters Oilcloth that
_ were enjoying their pipes In the rooms he went down to CourUtalrs. at the he. save up' the" attempt, and carne Is treated In this way 'once a.week KISSIMMEE -
they shared together hey found end of the. week and .on the' Sunday steadily on with her eyes on the and rubbed well) after weeping with a
-morning walked over to the Blue Lion soft cloth au other
themselves confronted wftn King"firm ground. days, always loikn
;:" elf. la a state of boiling Indignation. I with the Intention of warning her that "Miss Claris! Nell!" said he,. In'a well, EO't1'I'E.
It win In veto they. tried to prove to she and her to'more''uncle would vrobab -be low voice, a* be came up to her. Soap EJV: E : 1
'him bow. laudable their intentions subjected annoyance of'the. She" raised her eyes to his face for a Bowl.
-. moeh for-the of kind from which they 'had recently he Botb.r om appliances tfrtibi\ couiliia
bad been. w good moment only and say that 41 great ROSEADA. .
the young lady herself It would have suffered change had taken! place) In the girl is numerous at the kitchen utensils, STEAMER L1LLIE. STEAMER Jr. ,
p fc..n If they could have cleared uptha.Vrfiy . Ills road lay put-ShIngle End, and since he had last teen her. There wai and if the modern bath la not Its ,cnpaclpus -' Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay! Johnson .
mystery. aa be approached Colonel Bostal'a fn her face sullen expression a* different as tho old llouian baths it is. Regular weekly trips' to Bas.inger and return.. Roseada leaves KIIIfIIQ -
"If you could have cleared It.up. no house be overtook the old gentlemanand II possible from th *childlike at least equippedas! luxuriously and mee Tuesday morning, and arrives Klsulinmce Friday evening .
one would have'been more thankful his daughter on .their way back openness of tact and manner which more conveniently apfralnted. The last Special Charter Trips to Lake OUeechobce and Fort Myers on.1he-Uin d
". more grateful than I." retorted 'Clifford from church. had eeuiedto_ him her greatest charm. addition! to the already long list'' of Comfortable accommodation for panelntera. Rates reaeonaoie.The .
whose face bad grown haggard The colonel, recognising Clifford as And his heart smote him" as he bath:. oom paraphernalia Is a cork most picturesque WAterway In' Florida. .
the latter merely raised his bat and soap bowl. This will float on the surface
with anxiety with unhappiness thought that this changa had been For-. -.PassengeV and Freight Rat ea apply to -
e "mil's account "But to send a young would bare'passed, called blm to stop. brought about though unintentionallyIndeed of the'water and preventjtba loss CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor
foot without 'tact, without.delicacy, "Mo no" said be, good.humoredly, by him. ; of the soap, 'whlj&Jsjoidluarlly au anooyiugly .- On board "Llllle." l' salmmet!. Fla.MAM .

like LoWll4! .. spying about, and maki- "we 'don't get so many 'vliltors down "You are not glad to see C! me, I can frequent.occurrence. ..
fag a thundering Idiot of himself from Ton on ettLT lift) ;year that_ lee that," he went on hurriedly, as he A !f ... Method. k" f'
why U iris more -What you would expect wa-can afford to let you. go b/ like iurned and kept pl ce-wltb her. "Ofcourse. One "woman/who a house crowded '
of "couple of schoolboys than of /that"Miss - I had no right to expert that with '
wl'w.entoe. of her parents andsouvenirs I ' 'DOeTO'R.By
two full-grown men out of Jlanwell! I Bostal, however? was less cor you would be, but still I had hoped.. of her travels EVER ft IS OWN/ .
own has hit '
VAi 'to that," replied Conybeare; dial.. 8h did not offer to teed. She'made no answer. on a serviceable method. She gives her J. Hamilton" Ayers M. 'D.A. .
with him, and she his suit .
mildly MI don't know that Z/owndes eyed "You got my letters?" brlc-a-brac turns. That Is
baa less tact than anybody else. I and low-crowned. bat with.=open. .. die "Yes," answered Nell la a tone In a statuette or vase out for a to few say-weeks keeps,' 600-page Illustrated Book, containing .atsebte Information. per'I. ,I
In the circumstances, I favor. which he taming to'diaeases otlie human system, showing how to j
must say that was surprised to detect a tre then puts It and 1- c
away replaces It
"I afraid said "that by The book contains ana vais of ,
bonld nave acted very much aa he am Cllffora. mor. euro with simplest of medioinee
some new article from her
did< ; at. least as far as following the Miss Bostal thinks I haven't brought ''You know' that I asked you to 1 let closet In this there is trunk or courtship sad marriage; rearing sod management of children b.- ;
woman to the room and through-the enough. of London down with me." me come down fresh way always aides valuable prescriptions, recipes, etc., with full complement of
something to gee, and she herself
; .
r :window was:concerned. One doe.n'ttaad The colonel laughed and said they "I-I did not write to say that ;you does not get: Aired of ber ornaments I I faeU in materi medics. that everyone should know. .ilr _
us ] ,
4 would overlook that. But the :lilt well-regulated '
upon strict ceremony with a : prim might though." one too often does. Beat of This most'indispeniable adjunct to every:
thief oven a female one." tie lady said Icily: .But her tone was not angry lie haps her' House though free all.from per I j mailed, postpaid, to any .uddrers on. receipt of price, 8IXTY.CENT.8. 1
"NeII::'Claris'is not a thief!" cried "I know that young men take things thought petty clutter. Is Interesting and full of Address,
Clifford, with excitement. "I would easily, nowadays; It 1s the fashion. "Well. I did wait as long as 1 could appeals to the U, LOI'D 1T J[ ,
.not believe It if all the Judges and But It used to be thought rather shocking but Nell I was too miserable to wait Imagination. ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE. ? u. CIAo

t magistrates: ) In'England told me 80:" tq see! .a gentleman on Sundays any longer. And now that I see you Now: Fapor-For-CJett..;. TValU. I<
I "Ah.-that's! You will not believe. without a frock coat and a tall hat I and see that you look changed and Mauve Is to be much axed for ooun-.. ,
But, jny"dear fellow, do yon thinkLo'7mdf'tl old-fashioned> and prejudiced; I think that It Is my fault; I feel as If try house wall papers this :year and( :'
bad anything to gain by telling .suppose, but-" I could hang myself" rooms turned Into bowers \vlstarla.. I! .
a story.which showed him In sucha Her father.Interrupted her. v_ He boned she would say something. lilacs orchids and'violets are a delicate j -
ridiculous and undignified light?" 'Good gracious Theodora If you are but she did not After a. few mo fancy of the moment. Combined with Florida_ -East Coast Ry.

J "I think.that If be had been a man old-fashioned what ought I to bet ments' silence he saw that a tear: was white and green they are deliriously I .
of more Judgment and tact he would And I should think Mr. King very foolish . falling down-her cheek! cool. and dainty In effect I .. -- ...,

have found out something worth flndlng to walk along a country road in "Oh my darling! broke out 'Clif ., A country drawlngrooiuldoksrhannIng / LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48, In Effect April II, 1903. :
out, and not have made an ass of his Bond-street ret.up'OD' Sunday or ford, unable to restrain himself any with a white narrowly striped I '
himself.daring the proceedings," any other day" __ longer, "won't you let me. marry you sntln paper.- flowered" with little roots SOUTH.OUND-READ POWN. ..pIITH.OUIID-IU: u1.Ns. .
"Kow'my dear Clifford, you are un ".011, It Is I who am foolish! retorted and take you away t You have, knownme of violets, just such as one might pull --
-v reasonable.- aSall .persona suffering Miss Theodora. "I 'suppose the clergyman long enough now haven't you?" up In country woods, with some of the I 09. 5,.29Dally.. STATIONS. I 1-.0.! Dally.a N. 7aDaily. .
from your ailment are.'i said Con)-. didn't mind; he gets too much But Nell shook her head. flowers full blown and some In bud .:the _

beare.rising, and standing In a J.udl' used to that'aorfDf thing nowadays. "I would never marry any one till HttSi: plants, of different sixes; chintzesl I MpTiff .' 40 aloefta ..... ..........JackonTlliMuJxikaonTllle., ... .".... .A' ilea ;
_ < alai attitude In front of the Ares "Be But In my'young' days a vicar would this affair of the robberies'was cleared are made to accord and a delightful j! Opp a1Sa... .. .. ...... ... 81. ., ....,.,.., .....,. .Ly, .000 tiS I'll' ATTIrTTIONIS ATTIrTTIONISOIRCOTKO y

cause you admire this young woman have felt himself Insulted if any member np" answered she firmly fre.looking room la the result. ]J O 6 I Ie0 11 IS. ....... ...., . ..Auirudtne JI... III\\'... ........ I" : a
of the upper classes had appearedat Another CLASS 11 49 a .... . 1t..I.ikO. 4 68. 11 CARRIES:
think .ah. la Incapable of a crlma "And can't help to find It pretty Is covered witha
yon you UB paper TRAIN 11 1 'P4'. '. .... ., ...1-aUtka., .. . .. .'-Lv -4Tf. :i i
"' service In such
which has In my opinion been traced a costume. outr trellis of clematis leaves. the flowers | : -I-Y FIRSTCLASS ..U...1ft..! LT . .. ,..I'alntkl. . :Ar.kail t Jfli!
', clearly home, to her. ,If the' woman Even tbe',colonel, who was presumably At this her facto changed. She the natural mauve and purple tints ,i : IN P ...., ... u.".... .. ...... M.,"..,... .,. : MMl :::: CARRIESBUFFET
__ FIRST ........ .. .,...,. ., ., ,,, ,, , . BUFFET '
'Whom Xjowndes. saw and followed wad : accustomed to his daughter's vagaries looked at him with an expression although this pattern may be had with 1 8.'II LrpCV7 San Malro Ar
V up 4 FEATURE.' .. ... ...... .._... ..... .. . 48?
|I' p .Neoxa .: . ... . .Lrwa
not Miss Claris,bow was It that she was astonished: at her 'acrimo of angry defiance; red or pale/ blue flowers ':s well. It "\ : ANDFIRST 1 !. ,p. ...,..... ...........liunnellt. .. ............ .... 4 Ma BUFFET:
'- ;made, when punned, straight for MissClaris' nious tones. Clifford who"was hardly ."That Is what you came down for looks very..well In a boudoir or bod- : ISFEATURE. Pit ,,P ....... .........._. Dupont.... .111'IJP BUFFETPARLOR
AIN AND > / p .. .... .. ......_ :'..Ormond.....6/a ;
roomT Could Miss Claris have prepared wltb-'ali"an.wer. was much then-to'i see whether I could tell you room.' ,, .oel' p...................Day ton a ............. i. ,. a IT II.P << OIRCOTKO
a bedfellow. -there was, only one bed relieved when she made an excuse of anything and satisfy, your curiosity A daInty""ncWpflperrfpr a drawing- = ;/10p 11 11p.o.............-.FortOratiRBNew -............ .:::. : 1111I. 135"" PARLOR BUFFETSLEEPING '
preparing dinner leave" him ...... ,.. Bn.Ft.Mnco)'rasa-.' .,............. I /1 a 1 OIRCOTKOTOTHJC
JB.the room-without ItT If to with without the trouble of room la white lightly scattered ONTR "' .
knowing your-having over I'I .........,."J'\\.1f.0.1t! 11111. ..........,. Ilfo t/1 PARLORCARS
sate had a bedfellow would not some her father. : , . _..._... \' ending any more detectives down!I" with small sprays of green foliage, and TRAIN to'I"{ I I1 IiI' ."..... ,;..,WUoil1ltllnlll&\ !. , .........,.. ina 11p :: SLEEPING:
e':person In the house, nave Seen acquainted .,A' the spare figure, with Its curious she cried uttering the words with just here and there! one or''two' 'little CARSON CARTRAIN SERVICE i' : 1&P..t:& ryy.'....,..aoekiedlto," .Oor(). ''...#.,............... II 11II t7.15. A'"I' SLEEPINGCARS: TOTHJC
-withthe* fact, and' would not old-fashioned dress of fifteen years breathless rapidity while her frame>> pink roses tied.up with blue ribbon : 11 is alUa : I....f1.Jt.UOoJII.. .: ?u.... lla 61p CARS:
CARS .. .
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'the sudden:disappearance of this"per- back., lifted up 'Ita ,.skirts with both shook head to foot "No Mr. The white moire .and satin papers CAR t Ma ..,... :......'.,."""' ...j. ,..;. u CARSARC TOTHJCPACT
son arouse suspicion even In the Innocent hands, to the ancient manner and disappeared King! I don't know anything and If I panelled lu ribbon borders '"'are stillvery BUFFETSERVICE tolaIlia 10 .......:............ "."'...;....,.." .----------I, S l ell'$p 11'10 l-I)> :ARC CARS:
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mind of Miss Plarlsr into the house, the colonel did I wouldn't tell you. You have begun popular only trolls of roses generally ; PARLORCARS : ails J ... . ....... . ......_Tlb'.ll...-....- .. lOOp II 1067:0: PACT'
"But ["daD'r-beUeTe a word of the laughed silently by prying Into this business your entwine the ribbons now; I SLEEPINGCAR BUFFET 94. IU") p....... ... ..... .........Ei.n.$1' p.
PARLOR 549. ... . ........Jvnien.. ...... . p : < PACTTHAT
whole story. Ix>wndes had too'muchwhllk "I need not apologise for my daughter own way: you may finish It you own though most beautiful of all for draw SLEEPING >> AI' .... . .'... ... ....... fituarl .... .... ..:' f'SCIIKDtTLES p' 1045aAZ JO'o I '
)' beto,. going to bed, and having I suppose," he said with ''a twinkle way too!" Ing-rooms are the silk flock papers In BUFFETPARLOR THESLEEPING 5' UI.f'P, .-.-.-.-..--"--._-..-..-.....lIoLefjound.. .'..-... .... .. .... I I iV1D6.a :>"g O THAT 't
t his mind full of tales you had told in his eye. "Women fossilize more "Nell surely you don't: think I had tbe ruoKt exquisite: light shades. Instead 4 MaMa fa? ....... .. ... ..?\IO.N'.lIn Bracb. . .j- < Z \,
of 1 .... ... ... ........ -. .-. SW.. THATTRAIN g16. ..
him. he dreamed that' be saw a womanIn ,quickly than we do. you know. anything to do with tbat wretched a separate frieze the newest I 6aOla . .:. .. . .Bcy.tnp.r.J I it" .C : 'I'
the room and started In pursuit of "I'really began to feel rather frightened bush.ssl! You can't think so-;you papers are -topped by an Irregular BUFFET!! ............;..' .n.Loude'd. Dalrajr i, ::" :' : I I. t SMa TRAIN TRAINBUFFET TRAINT : TRAIN
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flower border I ; SUe 15 ......... .......... D.II.nd.le.! ...... - :
You laid for
a wholly Imaginary. figure: know Clifford. "I was speculating can't! Why It Ja to warn you that I ; ae instance, a very 1 lOa fa .......... .........Lotmon city .,, ,. ..- l I I"T I 41.a'
he admits be had nothing atolen. The aa to what would happen If I have come-to.warn you that some one pretty paper has long hanging blossoms T 000 UO A' ... . 1I.m\_ :_ : : ? 1..1 6t T16a 11 < 8CARRIES
only part of the story-which I do be- should let ..lIp'the fact that I hadn't rise: may be sent Mind I don't know( of wisteria and Nlel .- OF BUAWCII- LINE3 -- .-

i Uev la his own Idiotic flight through a been to church at all this morning." this; I only guess It bu..i thought. It drooping from the summit of' be -"ra.e-.I =may-.._--- ---- ---- ,-. -.-- --- -
.door'and a window, and the bath. In "She knew that as well as we did. I right should know." and no hard dividing line gives SANFORD BRANCH.&TAT10NI. .' I ORANGE CITY -.r-ca
,the river which, sobered him." ''D14lrln ,",.ald the colonel. "The vicar' But Instead of seeming/ grateful for usual stiff effect.New York Commercial ,/Ha.H UilANCH..
,."'All right." said Conybeare. "It's gave m an hour and ten minutes of It the Information Noll evidently. took It Advertiser. >>,0.11. .. D."ll No. 12foTt l---T-i t 5TJrturs.New. I No.i'j
? aid business of mine whether you believe this morning, so I suppose ahe felt bit. aa a fresh -offense. tV......... "" ... ....... > llTl| >allTlOlOalLT

: .__a L Lotvndea_0 ...-.. -- -or- Opt,. 4.Let___.us_.. ._drop....... 'the_ . .ter. '_ .. _, "Why should you warn me?" sho ------- C'I.M a a Ly..NI..A.LT........... 0.0..'...'' ...Ar'll' 61 up a IIA 1 f 4'p,, I 11 21 011' y".N.m.r.u..A'r1. ' "I 11 p" ''
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.uIJJe ; ,,; -a..ooD't'IIee--W1J1..Ile..noulll..J1C1V.: naked. ,,and.tbe pallor "her face Kay Ho .66. UnMrprla .Ar'll"Ni'JJ eo ., 8t9 i.. Oran.. I' OOfp
.But-to Clifford there was' only:, onesubject vented her- feelings on roe" murmured place suddenly to a'Ved"Dlu8b7 Orri'b"ger. 9\.t ....:Lt;>. .,3 0701 Ar.B.nford. ....._. ..In11MaI6tOp' .IIIII'J.'lir _OrSO IYJo..L"6117. litO. "I t6 Up ,

in the world, and aa be could Clifford. "Is it that I may put a check tomy & : .".a.rsa.jr< 'Dally.SiF MAYPOHT.11ANCII.N..19 N e. SO ,I +,
'not talk about that he would not talk: "But..,the ,old gentleman '\; ddenli larcenous propensities until be has- 'RECIPES :t. [. only only...: I DAily..Hun.. No. 22 j
l4 .abo.ut.&D7Ualn.;' ,He'Batmoodily silent 'topped short lie,had been walkingon gone away again?" -, 10 OS a 1 p Only 1>allr.
p ... .
Ka for ten minutes, paying no heed with Clifford In'the direction of the "Nell.' Nell how ecu you 3. You -- -:--. .Ig u a $ O p .180L..SO."r."k.'nvllI.t" ::::: ; ::::::. t/5a 177. il SO 11 Ilip
'" '{*to the conversation of the other two, -BfuLJon--; would "not If you knew .how horribly Potato, Pudding-Boll onemedlum- IiI' a a t Op .. Ma 14 .....TabloJIcach L':....... T (C6a 7110'
and then took his ' ''1 UP' exclaimed slzed potato Until tender and rub JIO.60. 10p a L.AU.nLi..lI.b..L, .,...... T GOo II 4Sa ;1
abruptly leave.1 A' have be with con It makes me suffer""Suffer /IJtAr..nayport..L. ...,....
:...Aa soon'as he bad gone Conybeare. viction.' Its on account of Nell Cla- Ah U' does uiatteV"'when-you through n sieve' then add half a cup Tbaia TIme Tabloa tWV
.ahowed great excitement. eta, her little ItT But when I of powdered sugar, one-third- cup of from. the MTaral show thelimp*which train mar bo '.t>.ni H t" mrrlT
;'d' protege. IIy daughter la suffer, doesn't It onlya I itactont. but their arrlTal or "Look here," said be. : :"that fellow's being ruined the girl has been ''persecuted lately (era, who cares!, And yet on-s would. of one lemon; mix all thoroughly and t
_.1- r,: '1>y ,his infatuation for this little jade: and I suppose .be thinks that you have though' -one wouldhare put In a buttered dish and bake. In a 1 KEY WEST AND
sj: ";lf-we don't manage to bring mattersto have had something to do with i1." thought-" .quick oven half an hour. HAVANA.J.
;*'climax he'll be beforehand with ""Then. Indeed she la wrong!" cried: She broke down coiuplctelj and Baked Omelet-Put-one pint of mIll J PENSULAKL _AND OCCIDENTAL. STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT
# k .U t>;T. going down 'and marrying'her. Clifford hotly "Nobody more an. burst Into tears. Clifford was at leastas >n the double boiler; melt one tablespoon _. taEfl-cotApril! _16x I.!? 1903. "

_ ;,or com.such folly We've tried sending gry that I am about It. And you will unhappy: she jnJ there was of batter; It bait a table C SOUTH tOUND.-=' '-..- -- ---..
down an amateur detective,' and believe me when I tell you that I have moisture In bis own eyes as he tried In spoon.of flour; when well mixed odd It l Lv ....... ...:.......... Iota NORTN aDUNO r '
its been allure. to one pint of scalding milk Ar t y JaD'i.Tbur.: ..... .... ... rH.r.OaMen. rat ..... .... .....
a (' Let'Ftry.a' profesa come down on' purpou'\to ask Nell Tain to comfort her. lie did succeedat stirringone LT E y : .:. :. :. 15 0'I'| \\4r Fry siS.5." ; .1. .,........". ... 11 Mms
I i\,1'1.90&1' one.y '! and for the second time, to be my last, however In waking her confess minute; turn Into a dlih aDd when _Arta,.walnn.ihl........".."....".."..". ... TookiaissTaK. tip L"Ar Miami Ko, yf ...Vii.?. ?? .?.. 1* aip aoa,4jg r t
'.! But. WllJIe hung back. v"I wife." that abe bad newt believed that cold,add the yolks of two eggs beaten: ::::::: :::: :;

'40u'&.quite! like to do that," objected The old gentleman listened. with he bad any share In the sending from then add the whites ,beaten stiff; put For copy ol Local Tim. Card or other Information -Ad re.. ...r A.nt. 'a
,he. "Supposing the girl. didn't vivid Interest town of 'th. amateur detective Jack ids moderate 'ovon and bake until 4i
; "do'lafterarl: you know? It.would "Come back with me; do come. Ins LowndeL As for the freah arrival firm In the centre; if It cooks too long
p knake as feel rather small;. wouldn't aldd the house with' me forgone minute which 'Clifford told her to expect she It will separate.
.. ItT And then of course, Clifford would ," he said with ai much excitement chrngged her shoulder about Jt when Date Puffs-Add ihalf teaspoonful of
,'mor.ma41): Infatuated than.ever. at the young man himself bad she bad crown a little calmer, alt and two teaapnonfnls of baking .
Hewould rush down with a license In ahown. "Theodora will be ready to "Let them.tend him" sho said rc'k-' powder to three cups of white or whole,,
i- 'one pocket and a ring In, the other,-and embrace you when she bears." lesaly. i "I ball. not even advise_ my .wheat floor Separato two eggs, beat .m *
.ab'a, come back ,'M.... Kins' In ,.the' But Clifford, 'who was In no hurry uncle to refuse t* let Maa- stay,'even' the yolks light and add 1o a large table- vmwmi9m9m9
+, '> eye.? ... to be embraced by Theodora, excused If 4I guessed who he Is. It must all bo spoonful of-buttered.cream. with n'ta-
eJJ.nd why'on"" ,earth shouldn't nunaolf.' He , little time he found 'put some day, and the harder. bleapoonfol of sugar; then add two We Do i iI ,
be. It the. glrfs all, right. said jppjnrl aid. he was afraid,he should hardly they try the sooner It will all be 0'1'./." cupfuls of milk and the flour,_etc. and 5 Job Printing i
beam" composedly.; ."1 should have l i' *bleto get back' to Courtstalr. be- 'Ai she was "now quite calm and lastly the beaten whites "of the eggs.Turn : o-l.
nothing to say against th.."' tore dark. '* dry-eyed, Clifford made one more at. into greased gem or pop-over
"Bnt I should" persisted Willie. "If, "Tell Miss Theodora." said he' "thatI tempt to get at her' o'Wn'real views of pans cud bake. In u hot oven for( twentyor ,I
t You hadn't persuaded toe to thfnk her' am very grateful to her for believingIn the mystery: she had grown kinder twenty-five minute I. I Of'Afl'KIIIdS.-: IWeCanBlease

A thief I should have liked her to be i znr darling girl.. I call her' miner to-him! and had acquitted him of all Orange Cake-Beat two eggs. : add ': : : : F G
'Mrs Jordan.' And If she does torn although she won't .give me the .right<>> tilame. .For" ber-own' sake he' must. ,half a cup of milk to them; put- one .
i .
-t'' ,.nt to be lnnocent7-K do ao. 'But'I-bavcn't! given uphope, make. i se.of the opportunity. 'CUP of' sugar; .add to It one ; ;: '
'- "SIM won't." replied; ,. Conybeare and I, shall not do so..even if she refuses :and galn;when be put his question .teaspoonful or''melt d., butter andUne1: a
'plad41r.; '>
G .srl.'atuI,1 can ..,r..wJth clear;'e7'". HUH It"was .with very, little'confi' 1'1011I'( ook. .. it a vague. haunting with the egg and milk; beat ;:,
Bat afco-a so preciously Vartful that it deuce In Immediate chance of success memory bad disturbed her mind. this well 'and' add .0De.t.bleipoontul : .. r _
,,,would take a,cleverfcap! to bring her that'Clifford,' after:taking"leave of"-I tell yon solemnly I bare no 1 ore' of orange juice and n little grated'rind 1 ,
... ta book.: 'I shall call round" at a'detcea > of the colonel!, walked. brl.kl7G'D >t Idea than you bave1'yourself" :aa.14ah ant\ two leveltea; ,.poonfuls of baking ........ .. .. ...;
:!t. .' hew> aat'a) to-morrow," the, little Inn: He had written to *. * ', ...,: '" 1 althotigb, both the friends wen Nell' three or'four times without re- sort oLhorrlbleaort of 'Jelly Cake palll.shd Ink In'-a quick T
... ....'sI ken A (*' fact of this"deter- celvlnar ..ingl* line la airiwer.. > ails fora-* y. oven'' ten minutes; then turn them eutf

;;,from. 1CI11t! ri\\ 'ear. *.'',Q.,, had'not'returned. >hlfl.letters; she'mtut: , To b* Continued.! elf. .with vrsi n we cream.--
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addreis.dBee! )., ..carefully. : v. -- .---
,., la. rrat to him dailytgilct) hit jug Jimmy's eye.'J I ; definitely located, bnt from the second,' .
: wav .HUCKLtBERRY PIE.Nbw"ta
Led down a 1.De' that *wa. jnean' and Beebe, It may be remarked had emu '\ consisting tot-live sisters born about ,
; bare:. lated the 17TO, 640 criminal and pauper descendants )
foghorn perhaps! because he' : Bill
-S tic journoy, d 0'frl.*, I along dajr.after day felt himself were reglsterexl within 100 years. Wotes-1I1. CocwMe
drifting. It is possiUthpt < ____ party
S Beholding naught that, wn lovely there) It.wa. for ** THE The history of them '040 IK'r.on. In. a' Wik cay-s-sir *a '

.S He Where want with tbe. "indl a wmh wore to be free sweet to and go t.1I.. that ho deemed It the.wise samegood to; throw rennol outs. : (CONTROL A PLEA long,revoltingrecord" of disease,, panperlnnl and (}uerzes. I Al'long! fancy abnut-thi nJ'o'* i\time o'\ .

vistas fair little nhelioitwindward.>> \ J .'fan t reiMARRIMStES and crime.From ff know, I kind o' etch i -.rr.. _ _
e .' a e --. C ** 'OF' tile 'study' of these families cpi? you tell. ,;." or put mo in the way of: Fr je*' a good ili b' _ _
He thought: of tils ta.1c. IU he went Along, In the &az.llIle.drew a Dumbcr"Ot conclusions fi''nn"couJboW'/ much tall chimney made O" bUIJeM old-f.bllo
_ _ And pitied() himself: forlile" hoplemi lot; sickroom, porteneomprevailedr qiJl&1 HEREDITY: .. '. of whlcli'Mr. of. brickwill wy" will .war at aUT .p. 0
:There wa hate ill The blinds dru\fd. Ac & Bedfleld cites: t do not know how It dian't.come'k .
U )heart /or tbo rich were j. to look for th* Inforrmation Jitl. atrip ., _
S and ,Ktron-r.! occasional clink of A medlcliio" ; liottlfl Crime as: compared to pauperism and J want, to be acquainted with But big .
II drrndcd the. that: the long day* Was the only sound that broke the op 1 ,, LIVER W.ENDE"L. Indicates vigor.' I'auporlNuf' is an Indication ', tbe condition' for personal Mtisfnction.J. An' rt''m a. y*'iC.! ,. .
brought.} that A S.. .With no regard to .' .
Holmes' j-einark a of weakness of kind price*
Home either
Ail rp..1)1.000.! A trained
other nUl'So.111 a ,
The fur; I'II'.rdl d.onwardan4 that bo once up had to(ought.M gain cool blue dress crossed the room Her I O I rnan'. education should V-I youth, disease, old age .ir Injury.The ,Tall.cMtnneya that are,shnll In shot It An'come cruet about! fee two whist inches but tiiick my ,

M feet fell silently on the carpeted floor.. I I gin with his grandfather eldest child tends .Itecoma tbe away In strong winds !so mnch) as 1:9 lie' Month's waterin" for piece o' mother's
h. went to hi* haUful tank ODe dy In the next room a consultation,wan I and It pos..lble--even; ear- : criminal of.the family, dud tho youngest easily observed and measured; six to Huckleberry .pito' S

Another where paned' through the lane ana being held. WillIam Beebe, JU. D.,-was : her Is the text -of a very child the pauper. eighty inches from the centre Is notcommon' un :Je*' like the cloTer'uae' to smell's'

I7. liad seen, but brier* before, the S there. Dr. Wlllet and Steiiton were Interesting book on "The Control of Mr. Bedfleld explain*..(ho comparative with very tall factory-chlDKneys. The i use' to tante
/Sweet petal of flower were blown gay in with him. These two latter5celebrities Heredity' a Study of tho Genesis of vigor of the first ,children1 degenerate . Bricks jind mortar are elastic. ,.Sonro*"IJ. Ida feel it BOW
all'l'! S had accepted w4th Beebe's Evolntlon and Degeneracy..'\by CasparLavatcr : : families by.>iiying that among A.m.ltia',11 my face <
fllacrlty .
I lin bird that never had inn before' Invitation to help this Kedfleld., -. the JllIterato.crlmlnal: "ClUII_ a person A friend of mine claims that.Jth*'"wheel* } .be.t yer an'fln' werl.1! _ _
Bunt forth in hlm--out.wlth" m4-up _
chorus _
a of gladdew lher tamilireirom ti a railroad slip ide 'I lt.e
cQ.e,1'.pr'tbe ailment By careful study of the reaches his best physicaldevelopmentnot ear ry* only when $ o juicy _ _
happened to be blak. "blnD.
rounding a I claim that they ln : f'l Jar .
S 3o.. day by day. a* ho went along that now' European malady, and the wblcb the great men. both ancient and far from the age: of twenty-five have what I cnre.. call for want of a bette, (X ry pus _
A never beauty enhanced the rctnti thing promised to become, fashionable .modern., of the world sprung. Mr, BetljQelJ after which decline. duo to intemperance exp..ion. a rotary dip; that 'on a alow- William Grower Lord- need,la. ,.Green's Frull
Day4iv dl.jtlo'her. smile andsbho; after the Easter festivities. 'proethit the exeiouaIlygLtted or other foxeelIcli._ begins.: There moving tan, the outer wheel lip, while S
S Anolhi-v gladdoned what once wa* mean. The individuals .of the race have fore.,children born in the life on a train tho inuds wb"j.lili.: .. -
And ji man paaned upward and onward 5- doctors entered 'tbe oomThe; early of .What are th. f.eti in the -
who" \ : flume.Immediately. held up a warning been, as a .rul |he'chlldren: of fathers. sucU parents..:aro physically more Ttg- .1- YOUNG cld PG1EXT.IST.

S Had chine.mice cone hi.* work' "a&&s- a S mere' meS .- Onger.; In sllenco tbe group tiptoed .who married late In'llfe.' orous, than those' born at au. 'age wlieu The wheel \ railway' car ; '

fit E. Kiner, ta Chicago Rucord-ITeraM.i over to the bed. The patient was Mr. Bedfleld goes further' than Dr. healthy .people'nre at their best. The bear against Janlel'\ when rottnd- -
; Holmes, and says thai one's education eldest of tbo eldest therefore the l '
Baleen) his benntlfril. flnwlnir beard are tile cur"" h.tbpl. f m.ntnr.. an.i .
I u mould include a:consiaerauie, amount only persons. of' the degenerate dais .t-I -
'j resting peacefully'upon th.p 1 against inner -rail Vhen jTpule. "I '
bad to discharge wife to-day.! '
Ills temperaturoi..respiration and J j flccutntUated .b,.,one''s greot-gcandpn' likely to physlcAlly vigorous.;.;;'New". by tte' locomotive.: my
pulso Th Innor
"What was tbe"matterr- 'Sbe .waS
I rents and that the- amount of one'siuntal York *
liara BeeJe M. 0. and were; rapidly ascertained.->r*...\V let WorhiLWber.: "tll'er. both slip the Inner to the Life.
1 pbwer will be proportioned totbe hori ck"-BiJ
,, , nod $nton looked with a certain:! one forward iiad the outer one backward "
3 ._AccunSulntlon of (1iethr; 'h. : "The to a,k
Veiled/ admiration'at-Beebe find generation UlWI.od* Orlfftukt*. Lie
according" ( conditions
a Fshll3Ie) I1llosSS lag that the figures agreed upon with.tbatj,t *.' S The people.'who look upon (the i'eat; running on n ('urV ".' The' centrifugal t>t your blessing.. ."Blessing, ell? ,How
? do It, In
: they thetorw ota
rising. :young physician's roguosllcn Ia tile pyedl -ts.that tho' race which:will yellow-brown river; that flows' past this force at high speed throws the greater "
.: .- .\ '. Hons.( *S f u:In future dominate .(he world Is that city do Ti.ot realize what a vast. floodof weight-on tile outer"wTiec1gpjvhc.ii theinner'wbeele .I or a cash deposit? -Llfe ,

"How'rie 4 HTmstlf 'r-"no is yleiaing to the trentmeift," oDe,tvhlcb' can Increase in numbers at water ami what nn 'enormous assemblage slip forward.. ". . U vtrrbodr'd. pay. everybody' -a*' ercrj'
Became/Fasfiion-' ,. they': wjilsp'ered' as the, nurse' ac'oJq. I' the latest average age or reproduc- offorces, are'concerned In Us ,. '., Than body everybodr'd -for-vry-r

able Therefrom': 1 Spite of panted them out of tbe room. 'Beebirrsoon ;pi :.::rhe Increase does not need to bo movement. The area drained by )UI.' 'ViI y"I |ieam explain: what, ia t'' bodycould.\ j Jllib, 5
., j I but It be,, actual., Fear river its UffffetionT f Detroit Free '
Several Obstacles. returned alone happllyrubblugj j r ;rapid must and tributaries .equal c>ue. bY. S pt.b1IROtt . v1XJCBTRU .P.
S \ his bands. The'patient,..t.up jnblg.jjueed "not; bo expressed: because some third of the territory of the. United -.5 ..Customerwant a Wn CO ."
.' I bed and he, tao, begun tearllerl-euroduclng race Is Increasing Statcfi. Thtir 01'<<'R-may be divided into "'brn'R'.uIJCt I In a somnamliulla- Do.te-"Ye. sir. What slsef.

IULIAJI IB EBE. M. D:. bins bis hands.;'l.b-; t&OT* FBPidlx, for when the pressure" of the-' tuilowinir drainage Dflslns' 'wth.| tic Iort.provJdt'c It tomer-."Well, If It Isn't asking' to '

in his omc.v, moodllT 'I( .01' 'Doe," remarked-the: -f patlcat.,population becomes greater the earlier their respectlvc nreaa l*" be different from" the ofte of before much,': have (n 2000poondton. ,

I ;rat off on bis flngecs cheerfully "you're making such ,n J JJ'I't"at' r p reproducing-and" intelligent rnceir )lITe.. one may give him a commnt ."- ... -

L bones. lW of the hea& At tyccess that ,I'm going; to,),nlffo,,'will give way. before' the.'.troutrcr, d ;The Missouri RiverTIie'upper .... . :. .518,000; which Is) to be fulfilled Int r..t Mrs. '.GoUiamr."Havas. younoticed' 1

) stopped land won my prlM to f 250." .j'more intelligent Mississippi ,.,1..t.109; .000. when lie Is no longer In the somaamlra1llsttc (-.w that dog shows, hf"

dered* whether be would 'Tou agreed. to $100'." ,oEJecl&lJ' To proveIlia case he selects twentyfamous The'Ohio Rivet ;.. i,4... .. .....214,000 state but has 'Teturned// ,. lili teeth: I Det 101. .teb dog.",
e\er hare a patient.; He.side-stepped Beebe. r j 1 r.flve Americans from those
this familiar question, however and ."Not a cent less than'$2: O or, JI| won' i m It ted to tho' Hall .of Fame among The St. Francis' River: .. .:;.t.. '10,600/ called pot-hypnotlcpmggestlou. It I guess,"-Yonkers Statesman.

returned manfully. to the bones of the respond to your blamed! old treatment -] them Washington* Jefferson Lincoln The' Red River A.,. ....... .. V 1)7,000 present f fery curlou feature'nainc1y. .., A fellowwho lived (hi New,

bead. ," ultliuated the patient recnle'lt 1 1rantly. Emerson Longfellow and many dl ltl "- The Yazoo River' .'' -"'->'.f . .. ./13 50' I the subject on awaking. has forgotten . ,a. kD._ a* a silly young Gaine, ,

William Beebe. )(. f)., bad put tip Ills He suddenly snb.Ule sign three months ...1M'Tore.11..- had nurse entered" tbe room and began nod* that GeorieVuhlnKtou'. father This immenseaeaLcovers.some' th commands that were given him. Godsment or tact ''"' '

chosen, his fielnrhborh-xxl because he bathing his Iirow. The.patieat AuCtad Augustln. ,Wall thirty-eight years old twenty-eight States of the Union and Ne't"rtbelel the suggestion Is assur For 111 girl Chicago the was Tribonf.Loil kuioca.. .,'

had been given to uuieriuind that tlA out his bjnril with both ad.ttd at tbe time of his son's. birth; that extend from the 35th to the 60th and at tbe given hour -"June tells me,that her I fiance '

mortality there wag Ugh. During the *"J Inked, flirtatiously up .at..the, nurte. I I Angustln/ was born of a father oVt't' parallel of latitude and from the :79thto' with all tbo details in th Ifht month be frequently stuck! bl* -The- aurso winked flirtatlonsly'tMCIcagain. thirty-three. years of age who was the I'' the 1141li meridian of longitude.. somnaratiullSlicjiitate. There ate (all "you believe Itr Ella-"He ninst

lioflcl> the wlnuow to assure himself son of a nan of thirtyfour.Mr : Although tbe greatest tributaries cqmeIn on r cor in 'which acts commaotle be :worth more than 'that. Why; her

that -jealous competitor bad The patient: : as It wIlfhXvT brcii,.(tn I Bedfleld examined the ..0Ct'strllot from the West draining as they do bj'pnoticsleep performed paid 'on
stolen his sign. During the second served was Jimmy Bockertand 'it'i each of these famous men In detail. I the<-wldc region extending to the Rocky after the lapse.of-weeks' or without a twentJa'ethoUfnd.,

mouth he bad almost hoped'for! some tickled him lminensnrnbly to think j Finally., by. adding the ages of their Mountains, fortunately the people monlhl.and this I I. so without the sub ." murmur.-udge.
centle! little epidemic which would en- that tbo nurse mistook his wink tot
tall a well-paying run after the goodphysician. delirium and winked back merely. to,II i lag by twenty-five he obtains nn -average over that region' 'Issmall; otherwise even:when Questioned at te'moment I heir that .Jim eat the plo, that Ila'

During tbe third month soothe him. 1 St j t age of fatherhood of thirty-six the Mississippi Valley. would'"'be wholly. they were dong) them/ _. wife bakes wlb.f knife,. 81b71KI
Lila Idea had expanded I I .. .. M __ ,... won aaw pIe.yon'd )
to an ambitious -. Jimmy awoke the next morning with years six months and twenty-two days untrnahtl! If I. % Hff4 tft irf hl..h. Im.tlDe hed
extent. He-yearned for a pestilen a vague feeling that all was not qufte I! four "years above that of tho whole 3000 miles 1 long:carried ;;much-:water Did the telephone xit I in ancient time*! : have' to'eet, 'them wltb" a saw, a chl.I'. '" _' _
lid I and a'stone crusher, -Baltimore Her-1
plague something. He did not 0.11 It should be. lIe felt aged and population. In proportion as-does the Ohio.,(which LThl .
wion, this through any selfishness of querulous. HI* organs were playing I IdUcordu. By examining the records of great baa a length of only 1200 miles, the 1 Is not likely, LutTtjnuy. liuve ex- .aid.* .* Mffci. ,

motive. He merely wlfbed. that the so spedklnjt. Ills feet seemed men of all ages and times norably malnLrlver would be five .times as great Isted 27S year ago. Thus. In I work Gu.alo"CblT'says he met you fad ,-_ _

public should be educated regarding to'he a tbou"and mile away and aftet'Jlmuiy Solomon born when" King David wnfiftsrthree as it Is.The of Galileo contaIning the JIt..lrn wemarke be waV apuzzle a

tho earthly mission of tho medical fra had followed them all that distance ; Confucius.who was the son Ohio is tbe.chief factor in producing omer's aDd physicist' to you." Pepre1'"ye ,

ternity. SIt they appeared to be somebody of"a man. between sixty-five and ev- a flood, but alone Its waters are-: ( PtoleL'Y and Copernicus, which 'oi, he reralnOlsd me of,the ').:
might be mentioned at this point else's feet His pulse was feverish. I enty; Alclblades, whoso .father wa comparatively harmless when they get 1[ peared first In 1G27, there occurs a pns. the uoment |JIO wa Introduced/ me -_ _

that something emphatic may confi His eyes bulged from hi. h ad. over fifty when his warrior son was I Into tbe main river but when they are sage.uarratlarf the Inference that the '8 simple when you know' It.!"-Philadelphia : '

dently' be expected to happen when a "Poor old "chop." said Beebe"' solicitously S' born: Augustus Caesar. whose father's; supplemented by treshetiout of 'the Idea of possibility of coramuiilcatlua Press. .t j

dot'I.6f'.core against humanity reaches feeling his pulse. ."Here1. a ; ago Mr. Itcdfleld roughly approximates Arkansas anil.:the Bed they become by telephone, nay slmfiaf Invention- "Might I tope ihat If f iaked'yon tc.. ;e

,lid, a high. figure that he shun* the complication to be surer.. BceCe'i! at littY-Ie no. the author. proves that dangerous. The pppr' Mississippi la bid arisen as'e'arlyaathat date.. Th marry me the .I.o.'*. _ _

haunt oman through fear of fractur startled face as lie said--*bls was a the' 'overwhelming majority oC the only. to be feared when Its 'froien waters word which Galileo'puts. Into the, ablet' "), _ _
ins some Innocent skull,just to experience pretty thing to see j world's? greatest Intellect.. were born break Into .a. thaw earlier than mouth of ono of the person discussing 1''tf to yr hoP. would real. .

tbo. plea.uroblo'lnldo of patching, ""'hnt'. tlio-matterl" asked Jlmuiy of fathers of mature years. 011\1111. The Missouri waters seldom I said systems are .follows' : "I ro'mcui- i.trulp, uk''me.tom.f' yottT?.

It up agiiIp.S .. '- 'Wellkl. 'From--flE-ebo'. tone lie wai t Mr. Bcdfield askumes a youth come before June.New Orleans Plenzune. hr a. man who wnjtosehirne t the b*. 'I oar..CI 1 i elan4'l'llz .

." e .- .- elready- beginning to feel. sorry- .foil- I strong,. healthy, active of more tb.ul j I .,.-,,,, I .' secret or, communicatIng at a distance Dealer.. ,. ..*:' ;Jimmy Bockerty sit In the -' mental his { of'two or'lbree miles
Imperial himself. average ablllty-and traces by profiting of
jS has been looking'
Third Arenne Beer 'PalacS blandly "I'd hate to alarm you,' began life history.. . 1 I I, ''''e..lh' Crop Report the sympatliy that exist between"two" ; narl"Wale'ill "'daughter got married -' ..
lihllosophlcal. Ills loss As-be approaches thirty. he Interests The monthly estimates of crop conditions ' When I told that DC
/ wen) lP'8eetul11 Deebe;' "and It wouldn't do you any. m.goete'ros. .liatu't ho?' CorrellYeos
crossed. One arm VIA thrown over good tlf) know," be continued after a himself more In lit:;ratjsre, art end Issued' by the Department of ready to buy hi* secret, but.first' see be bad no sooner'got bit 4.
the back of Ids chair. With his other weighty pause.! ., music. lIe goes to' theatres and to /,Tlculture. while' recognized those wanted to test it. and that this test off bin band than be behave

band ho lovingly and reflectively car- Beebeeteppad back. and gave the .COD ert.. At thirty-five. be Is the embodiment most interested' a* being .reliable 'do': would only require! an experiment be-1 to pnt.her foun ou .. fet''
enHeil! _hl flowing beard.:' nurse cl.'rtalnvllapered Instructions. of artistic taste. pot meet wIth 'much popular favor or tween our' ,wo bouses, helplcl that Town .

Occaaloually .Jimmy referred to 11'' Jimmy faintly caught something about As he approaches forty be becomes appreciation. When a-jictt: cengji 1** In sncli,a".short. ( n'' aul COUDtr. ,
paper In Ills liaiuL lie read with clone I deadening the pain. He also beard an more Interested in practical affairs.He to be taken.. and the Government corps could b hah observed. 'WhercvTpou Me.,Fa nay-"Just thTuU,I wa t.,.

Interest a fully detailed account of a order tor a barber to shave the pa begins to work'for dollars not for of statistic collector I. Increased to I sent saying that I, had dar I nianwbo. burled a>.

newly discovered malady with which a tient's bead and beard. Jimmy feebly tame lie looks less at the beautifuland the number-of about.W.OOO people, and neither$ the time nor tbe desire to go in the .teJooo. and tb.'
royal personage had been articled. At called' Beebe to the bed. more at the practical and useful. the whole country awaits 'spellbound Cairo or Moscow. to test his invention t. went to the'ID ennlIr'!?, '
these times lIe takes active for tbe result ,of their compilations but that I was Mr*. Panay-"And yet
Jimmy' faro bcramo snfftiitod -' "| .say Bell" he "whispered "yon an Interest in politic willing to communiate he
wltb' a smile of elfish roguishnea remember; what I said yesterday. about When in his fifties he ha. passed the and the figures Issued frpm Washing with him In bla own way. If be himself considerate; he was an., 'under-,

: At .length be, Rare a'.j wanting $200 before Id let you cure heat and passions of youth. and looks ton are accepted on ."C'I'7.1iand a* near would undertake*the voyage to either t.ker.-Towo and Country.That ,

cbucklo ot finality' and picked me}" Hi paused! oribreath and weakly more at the moral and philosophical correct na It is possible' for human of those'two cities." It Is not known story.". said ob"Jte to'

up his bat"There's wetted his lips. "Well now that's tide of things. Statesmanship .tho agency to innke them. As matter of what became'of the man with'tho' Ini tbe critic, "is founded 1t

ensy money and bed and alt right." he went on _. 'You tNme good mankind, engrosses his atten: fact; the Government's crop reports are rentlou.. nor if, perhanceCa11Ieo,, II Is plain," replied crlUc.'b.ylv'' <
board in tide thing" said he. "and I out of this safe and sound and we'll tion. apt to be much .more reliable and accurate these words wanted to express.II his anvnphysical the reading .t1

think that young, Dr. Bee'be 'Is the call' It 'square see?" He fell back. Having established this typical father : In the first place the data arc notions in a veiled form.The .. ,.ou'ar bvnate ot'tbe.tal.O"

man for the trick." upon his pillow and began feebly Mr.;, Red eld proceed to,,-study gathered by no less than 250.000 oh'servers "WJiat you : .: ,

Now 'Jimmy. had always been proud moaning. In'a.few roomentstie'culledlieebe what. effect the different changes, in or.,flve times .'1DaD7 as comprise , A recent addition 1.1, Potl.' notice you have the courage f to "sign.
the London
of hi* ingenuity., but he really surirl to'tbe bed ..igaia.S ... blw character as it develops will have tho Census Bureau corps, and In the Potto, a curious Zoo your name .to it.Phllade1phiaPrete&hob.tba. p

] ed himself at the fluency of his "Aitl 4 ilia)', Beebe" be whispered. on 'hll offspring produced during the they arc moreover, all experienced and .This animal, says (notnrnlltmu\ 1 .r "''. '' .' 1'A' 'V

pantomime' 'as he described his! ffmy1 "Ju t dA't'Jet them shave'my.board. different a es., Under a1' strict;Interpretation trained observers practical oxportsjn wa discovered .tDte la few. ',
10111*' to Beebe' a few minutes later, "iir your WIth .a: strong, effort be: of JtUe Jaws use-biberttance; their! ,,several line, ot,''ndulltry..Tbe.e:: 04..11. 200 years agq .. Itt: striking contrast |01 the 'Iiseflt". '. '

Boebe sat there full flushed ,,'Itb..tho cpntrollfd bls'-rlslng emotion.' -"I'd almost we should ,expect- the-'sons ?of very observers voluntarily give the Government brthe'Dotcb'a'clltor'VaD'Bo"gD.- laws to Urevent'babltnitl dran4MwMs" '.

'dignity-or his first"-patient."an eager| 'father. die than have It'abared." young men to be aggreeslr( active tbe benefit. their judgment on about it was. that the had says the London Daily. .'.. : .
expression on bin face,'making copious 'he gulped.'IoncatIwonld.:. and egotistical;..Uiat-cbllirenJborn/of local conditions. It 1* remarkable.that Pot "hntb those .pasied iu, the : '
note*. 1 -- . fflthar* between. thirty. nn<1 forty..ouJ.1.bow the work of this eat army of O"UMUfIthr -DothlDg'ery'--..-- -- ._. porttntr' its. .odious .1.".. 'r' y_. 'rla'of'. ,,;
-And I feel a dreadful tightness iTnWo J ar JTtftne'lrhen': thaft; ; ' a love for tie..nxMtitf"t add ;the, < famousyuung.pliyslclau.'vriillirnr'.neebe i '"" t/i/ dst live "clpt. _
[ beautiful ihat _opa/pTftdticed elated, h4.ru1e *
here: sn Id Jimmy graiblcnlly.Hand a : JfTD. : between ,. that in 1094 ordptl'were set.down .

tinned.'GloriousP funny'. drawn feeling. / here- ,ho coif. lookf..back:upon.."the-.cas. tha<.(,wough(, forty'menf&ffaiPIi4"tbee and fifty would be TCWST:1 ;'l.1MIro.Practical Tr_*>Vrof..a .' -.--"Bii'-...Kjr- -.-." ad'vaiico 1 ten atepi.l ancj Hardly tjtkcs. n day to the .tprflanrd! : others of her.'nw' $. .*4. ..ipii .

Jilin( iD.tO..LlXomffleUS_ ..Baabe.m1J"lwben artcr-the Why should the ''bull's-eye" of': a known: about its ways and 'i'iJUr. 1nelI for'tue.', of"'the .

murmured Beebe. He .,he remembers ho,w ,tho ,patlent: philosophers.iiiorai ntmT'1rIII'r'WOu1d'* ' be target change Its apparent position during the. specimens. 'that: have been from disrder mmlted .bythe 0Cvesslve : '
ronld rand
restrain bis rapidly. Increasing efo1meti number of nouses.whcJi) '
responded) to bU treatment. "' the day? This III a question to' time to time on view In the
enfhugUsra n<> )longer, "My good: m.anr' There are 'times when Jimmy Bock philanthropists. which' good answer would .be house at the Zoo have not monkey the Justices, were ordered to';reduce,.

said..' be.**"do. you know what allll you?" erty thlnks/wlth _a_shudder! of thatAwfuristtaftrgcn l. This Mr.rrect Redfleld declare to be' .very app.reclRt C'4b'o.DI'.Fl'Iedrlch..JUcb: highly a. knowled ;ejror. >,Jt, Jpcea.e_ ,. out., Tbe. publicans vere'compelled'to'gtve": "'' ': _ _
Jure largclyj ArlstoU4rtBac -
said Jimmv comfortably hi-1 "y-neWijMancea tff th* coD.tBblc of .
1e htsr1tltJ' fll TBMdllia.l German scientist. la slumber and a.the gardens arc ,tb.llrl e1.- _
'Beebe. feu, back with a pnzklcd gesture. -> beard.-yew york Evening"Bun: Confucius.Franklin Dr. Blehl says that'if' a marksman Closcd'nt night Its methods of enjoy and business of,.e"el wIG,t fr. ..,
:3immytook the Lelbnltc, Moses'Seneca. and ,. '
paper from hi* 'In life If quented, and' 'forbidden 'i
at noon" on a cloudless windless- !: any-aranot.accegsllil. tc tbelr'"hoa .
Solomon born day '
Ocketooll: pointed out the article TlK Liquid Dro' aa of to. have
that played
t sets bin'rifle so that it will tbe _, any games; _
cover atudy
bad CE" 1q 1 aU OTfrifaftt-y Drs PhIlO.oPb2tber.: '
Interested him
In the Beer Palace. (! ? rJtc1abd bull's of-a.- In'tbe ,. .' therein. On'Sundays no person dwelling
"I-p "'"Thar .what I'vegot," he ah'nounced '. 'I .1! 7he/b eiiipn tlcal eye target; the'gun will 1 W'1thIflrAIflhlCOf the 'liouse.'
Iacordote. and tho result ltatelmenbenD te fatbera between same position the'next day: If'It C..nD. publ1. _
published lu Why is
proudly the n mouse like allowed to
paper* also haymow U. was : enter. tau t
happens to be cloudless and wind- I : o _
"Only''e ffot it In an 'aggravated: Comptes HenduM: ThU Is 'an'vxperl- forty aadJlftyr.4Hustrated by' Bls- lean cause the eat It.' *, tInt!:houieholders traveling to'church.andthen : '
shoot "blab left "Tim hntl's .. ..cot'l . _ _
Inental IDArko'1 CantngJaruot
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formHe hitched up bis chain and investigation of tbtrrelatloushlp Otto. Orom"eu' eye I la attracted by thlt-Pl;;; u TOU'"IIDe 10 bUY 1 waite lore ; only for a reasonable', .
bet... b.radius of-tbe G1al tOlle. Tycb8tcrr.rater the apparently : '
prepared himself for confidential KQ n ( tube and tho tion of wouktyou go ,for .. tbe refresh thomselvei Curiously 'the
the ,
' sun ( It
or 0 other luminous .
speech I''Now that disease' Is rar .'-'(h41 weight bf the drop emitted. It is found Qreat-aud Madllmnr '" any cellar/ . chief cOmplaint against publicans W'aa' '

continued with .a careful modulation i' that 'Tate's law, vlz "";.for, the aaniuj l Poetp. mnsl lan and attfst whose pointsays Dr. .Blebi.. "and Why Is'the fetter D like a equalling .h..brnrln* boel -
.if. bis. (lIquId the weight t'the'drop Is f.tlert.ff, lween: thirty and forty apparently during the day follow the .itooet'.le/ol' '
voice; "It I I. likewise)mysterious. proportional cour. '6f tbe eldll" Because makes "ma' mad. than lit wholeme fyi m .* _
Hoyalty. ha Just had It.' 8'I.It', bound; 'to the radius of the orifice 1* years of mreptat tae me..f their birth line e 'the sun:" In a semi-circular. 'Vbat knItting can 101 do . I'.J'o" '

.to. bo ,fashionable," He fixed' floeI) \ .satisfied for radii from O.S to 1.0 cenfiInetresr were'Back>Beethoven... ,.Goethe.' Bchlller This on. target Dele Your brows.' witout. '> ._ II.D* llclwA ." .. ,
with benevolent eye.. "Young'man," ( : bur that It becomes less and Shakespeare; 'Angelo, Jra plulef..: seemingly changed: position of What Is the best lead a-l 5 "o /. _
an object under tho changing .tlnAto ; novel plan .to raae" 'money$ for 1
'' teliYrtiiQs this is Beit said "do range froaitt |
he. departed
you _fhat ,It 3"'>u of A.trJnjrof ..
light cannot. be think ;hurcji purpose nccesfqllyexploited It. 5'
ettlwr'side. 'wli'lle/ the children burnt be produced l..Q
cotild'cnre me of this mytterloua'malady : : For orifices greater 'Uaca1'J aly, of Why1. ai''cOnftioners'' .
by In 1"8. Jit
It would make (ban two centimetres the weight oft C1.!, ..JOfJlg! "t/rez,Ive. fathers betweentwcntrtwoaifdMhlrty refraction nor byjhe changing tem. sought for?. Because they muC'l ) County, ,
your reputation< perature'' of'the .I **nor;bT changing *seive tbe suggestion of the p..tOI; the Bcv,, -
drop, practically constant. Tatea were Alexander; ,
.Ob1 tradramen
can cure rout Mid'
Beebe are
-. 'with all the confidence of n, law Ja':theoretically. .derrvcd, froni rtJ>efcuppositlon .Na3o1xU )hb'1SI1de', ''Cbarle."XlI. .,' barometric!, pressureTbe. change1 of Itk What Stonecntters.. always. on A.\K., cpr. the'memoers of tho.nadies' ____
position. Is ,,of Lutheran
"that is. If you: really;, 'have. 'It..",. he'con- tbht the anrfaca tension' tf .7fc,.4 "r1elrOranti-. ,"vjja'srehttpter IannJbal, P''lOpe, sun breaking instantly through responsive.a cloud.. :'It te cannot the. I. farmer.lias fttten sheep ami. hAs Church, entered into: Chr.t'.11l'ne''to .sell ,, _
the 'force other 1
.tinned, doubtfully.: only molecular acting;' but It many be .akin to mirage" because rom"pen..; 1)1t nn uneQualnuniler itiracli separately all .ggslmid, ,._ beus. 'S
S ,* ."Yes, sir. would. make your'reputation. S. is .pointed., out: that cobeslonpU. ...' ,/ .-on Degeneracy.:. .which shooter would then, have to lower'the file pen. } sheep In three pens and on Sunday and set aside "then:iinjuejt
part In the i I ho. defines as "a tendency toward a a big _ _
large phenomenon. around
declaimed : all, '
with% In'th \
JIiumy robust I I 1 thus 'derived for the $ *
Jt'o UK
nse of
gun at iioon'Instaadof elevating It them-ltl.'en ,\
!'a..l1 aa
'emphasis. Ills voice ) I S ' I a > opment leas perfect or Je.. advanced '- _ _ be does. fourtJ 1)1-8t. l.uls church. .
On* In Fortyr*>vMr, i than now. Pot-DI' _
that which Is normal
whisper,:"and It.will cost. you'$lOO. ,." In England and Wales. at the'eD4 of ". or W-WM M v w *.MIM-M -', .
.he S bealtl ,'. Mr'.Bedfleld declares that Jest Llk .. ... .. __ _
added.' January last' In: A.y: Common:! KM. t" i 5S.chustar'NsgeI '
one every. person degeneracy'' .. well a* Jlntellectnalitrength When T R.a Bar W..". ,
Beebe showed Jimmy the 'd 'With was a pauper.' At tbe end Jannary t little, ]oroVpoliteness.. : "You got ,out. of ln.1002 there were T20.445'paapcrs In appears most commonly to- tbe. 'was baptised. the other day.he: yelled 'sixteen' lime -her'' proJt.ble, 'ben. 'year.eali nature,** who scorn such ,t rifles..<.as* : -,_ _
here** he tooted liken foghorn. Jimmy England and Wales; this there children of ojd parents.Hecites . like a young wild cat and seemed: to Her a shirts and tronsers. U.only fruit.and
year are six time
looked the history o a famous tam.IIT'.rerlmloa1e' ,110.balf' scared to_ eatb' oweight live In the woods,
at than attracteAjMtuaty l'
." more. In sorrow ,In T2,93S-Hin Increase of:22.493; or 3.1Per : Royalty and wortlrslx times the cost b. _
anger and pauper, aa given "nays the Chicago/ Record-ner.ld"has bor of adherents A r'o-
If J S by..Lngdale that of the " to to. wheat,
"By-the I cvw: on a person- Uke'.whl.ken' defy of Men of Natnre" t fanned _
might and -
way yen Uave.your : .
oats .
: UitOipi or f.7 per cent. clover and bone
this' 'u.. first .
S1---r. "";----.S': ease. 11 generation- ; '[&ot..,. nona.'C ether things*. ; corn. . : ,': Ij by tlole..lorepr"our'd'IMtk- "
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'. >>sensational awry U &,olo.Ab; p'lrants; Uoo. James E. Uroome, who Is Your Life Worth 50c ?

?. _round of. lha press to.the effect that is a candidate for Secretary. of State, OLtE

John Wilkes Booth, the 'aasasili of and-the Cdn ;rei>slonal candidates' to If So Try a Bottle,oC ROLLIN'e' : J'I I

,J President Lincoln, had hoed allvs for date including lion*. W. X Mao- .

forty year, and, died only the other Williams "Jeetu9", Alexander J. )d, WlfsITER PARK FLA. \

'(day la Oklahoma, all l JD&vldE. George Barrs. II. U. MoCretvry", Judge A. O. , I

Tha story'' U A1 the body was ld ntl l. Wright and Fruk Clark Otherspeak- 0 *> S\

fled by Juulus! Brutu Uooth. nephew l era maybe added to the Hut. v -. COLLEGEPreparatory

'r t. of John Wlikes Boothby J. T. 'Batei4 The early opening oftheTarapalfiinruarunUxiS

of Tennesseeby! Jowepli 'HeTTe Bon.;'( a .l''Htrennous' iuie for the \ School Music School, '

.Clare Morris and others who knew him candidate during the next twelve. pN : gU1 EWe .
year ago. This 1* #Interesting if true monthsi i Art School School of Elocution,

for' humor lias Idnjr, assorted wIthout! t -
-- -
and :..y .. e v School of s arid
evidence that Booth was -alive- W. liARw iL. Business School, Domestics

,. that the mar>> kjlllod after the aaiasul J.' .., :iJUSTICE Arts pFailintojine
industrial :.
will PEACE nn
.t nation. was'another. The public of-THE Teachers'pla- '

the world tojproduce a, medlcijie
lntereet.t-.Kx.- _____IA 4 Sr&CrALTV. defy ''BLACKMAN PH. D. PRES.; :And; order new spring:ult
-- -. Ofl'ice'oii)'.Stewart Avenue, for the Cure of all farms of Kidney Vila F'. your

_ .Hot WeatherWeakness.If KIS'IMMEE.J:: ..' FLA. -and Bladder troubles,and diseases ,' from the great Oak-Eisel of

you feel fajed-TJuf!: :, 'hatless 'andhekiug peculiar Smith's Sure to women Kidney, that.Cure.will Ninety equal I' : "," """" ",,,, """' 11 :STRAUSS BROTHERS

; lu energy,. you are perhapssuffering with Geed Tailor* for 26 Yeara.' %
Notice of Application for" TaxDeedunder eight cent of the cases treated
? .. ; ';from'the! debilitating effects ot per Cure that have . C. A. CARSON, P..I .... N. C. BRYAN Secretary.or : CHICAGO"Prom
"" : Section 8 Smith's Sure Kidney
"of t These
sumroer .weather. symptoms start finish
to Rood quil.-]
888-.Laws underour obserjatlonhave been cured. s::: s ;
indicate that a tonic li nooded thatwUl ;Chapter-4 : : : Isrthr
sell oaf4nedlcTne" o"n & "positive -- lijr" predominating feature
of Florida.) We -
: make digeeton -
a healthy) appetite, .
of all'clothes' ...
followed .de to
directions are order

jo -. perfect natural.activity'\ ,'regulate!' the to'bowels the liver.andimpart Notice I. hereby. pumbeaer chen of that Tax KdwaM Certificate. SmithVCoinpany. No.tM and guarrantee money ,will be refunded if cure. Is 'Waters & Carson Grocery Co. by this well known tailoring

dated the 4lh lay: of November A. 1>. limb, not effected.Price house. Ifo 'dot.U is
,,, This, Uebiue will do; It la tonic ha sled. laldi-artlnnaMIn my ..IDeo. and baa 50 cents and 91.00. For sale by too smallto
laxative and restorative, II.; J,.Free- made applluatlon witb law. 8dd for tax oertlflente deed. U> Issue.", bl'llCe.tbo lu accordance Oceola Pharmacy. _2 -Wllol."'. cad Retail Dealer I"If be; tlveo careful l .attention;

Bard ''Grand' View Hotel following denurlbed" property. ultuaiod In <*cooueonnty your perfect comfort Is
Propr. Florida, to-wlt: Wit of NEB! and Notice of Application' for Tax 'Q-ROC-ER I 'S
Cheney Kan,, writes:' "[ have used W'i deolxTp 25 8. K 27 K. The said land beIng Section 8 of their sole aim. Call at oof
mm.euedlth..ymt.. of the Inmiauce of aaldcertioeute Deed Vnder ,
lierbineforthelaatl2yearaand. nothing Inthe name of Kllaworlh Tnmt Co. Laws store and look over,, the spies
on earth can .heat1.-. .w.... re- Vol.. oldeerlnortemhull l bo redeemed aoeordlnn Chapter 4888 did assortment of 500 latest
to law tax deed iMiie thereon onIhelbthdayoiJune of'I'lorida.-- 1l
,commended by Dr!: Bhawton. Newton A. Dill : \\ltnrna ray !v COUNTY AOIINTS FOR L and nobbiest patterns Vewll
official ai Ignalure and ...t thla the 8th day of Notlco I I.hereby given that John-M; Bryan, ]
r. Kan. CilIo.Bt all DruBrurUt .11. _-... .A.. 1.>. 1IMM. I purphaaer! Tam Certificate. No.' AM:dated the quote you prices'that will Interest
JNO. M. LEJI I IuU.J tth day vt Mar A. B. 1WM> hM flied amid eeMl Orate A Y Celebrated ORATESGRAIN ;;
The Legislature which, adjourned f : Clerk Circuit Court In mr ofllca and h.i made utinllcatlon for J Fertilizers: J I you. Yo-r satisfaction, asalways
O oeola FlokidaBy .. ... law. Sell
County '.rdan. wlin
Ui deed to Iniiie lu c !
Friday !last, wss'_ exceedIngly: : liberal W B JOHKSTOKE, O. U. mIS curtlfl<..t aroliraCM the foilnwhlK' OmrrlbuilwroienrnlluatiKl ETC._ !; ,-*.be.4 tely guaranteed.
to the college of the St&ur.The Senate In Owenla rnantr, Florida' _
:16 8. R !29! B! .. Circular mud Price:
\.oowltt| NI: of SEA Sec 81. T'p : <
agreed/ to five them 9031,602.11, r 40 utTcn. the old hula bring mx-ned at the "'I""" F.ralk.d ee ::: <>. O. W- JDann..Mrs. .
cprtlflcata In the /11"| | i.
dale of the Itmuanra of pitch /,1 -
but the Houses cut it dpwn to 9410-
:AmcricanBeautyand nainuof l t.tx denied
110.11. .u1I l) be redeemedarconling to law, .
will lfMU, tUereuu ou the 4lh day of July A. 1
The amounts asked for and .theamounts '
adproprlatod are as follows} : F, C. CorsetsExclusive. 21.1 Wit day...?.of. 'May oM".1 A. D1908.' denature and aeal tliil | ( 1 .

The Juvenile Reformatory at Mari- JNO M LEE A

,11 anna received 95,000.TheTast 'I (Ja.At] JOiEi8TO'Clerk..Bola Circuit County Court Florida. Couxitx 5r_ ..x.Q.d.\.1 e a peO'lalt'Y'i: i
Florida Seminary at designs and By W. R, 1>C r

Gainesville; asked for $127,000( and ',.. latest fashionable Notice-;; of Application for "Tax """-''''''''''''''''''''' v

ceived (80,000 a: cut of 94T.OOO. model Deed Under Section 8 of

'k .The Florid State 'College at Tallahassee Over 90 new Chapter 4888 Laws

anted for $l02.61t,llnd received and up-to date vL Florida. .'.

977,199,11, a out of 925,413. styles to select 1
1. 'The: State Normal De- SOTICK( IS 11KRCIIY UIVEN'TltATJ.' M Grade
] College' from. Made \Vlllnou.. Jr., purcliamT of'arla.t Tax C'ertlflc High Whiskey
S' Funiak Springs ''asked for 900..615 from selected ..t".I IVJdnted UiosH day of July.A.n IKHH.
p liaa I1 I edmml.eertllteatoin' m ny olllre, and bail
'and.receive 950,975; a cut of 910,040. wear-w ellfajjricfsand Il :made I i>i>ilcailo for; tax College C ilBiicewUh IHU8.,ld rertieoate embrcep the f -
The Florida Agricultural at
K situated lu O.u' 1\ t
loilowldic I described I t.ruL.erty (
;, "Lake'City' now the University. of pair q olmounljFlorida.. to-W-
every II, N\\''' .f HXV14' of Hwtlon b, 1",11.\| K".T: B. Kentucky Exchange
/ 1. :Florida asked" for 9101,700, and re- ,. has our liberal _, The amid lu .! akHeKwd ,,(Hh.. date of I
; cut of the Innunnre of oertlrtcain In the name
905,320 910,400.-
a guarantee. of Th. Florida c.iuilieru 11 R C>. UuJeK. .
The State Normal and Industrial Ask to see n.1 cortiflcato.hall be redeemed ..01.0,111"10I. '
t ; i 'A N D
"' U...-tnx deed will limiie thvrvuii ou the 21HI/, Lauren S.Webb.VlrvPrmlilral
I Uchoolor colored students, 'at Tallahassee them. day of.iuuv. A. P. hie.W'nneaa I .. .
' ,; naked f J27/KX( and' received p _' any ofllvlal signature and rrgs w_..*. f-.nae-' t
yt seal thin the :2Mh day of Ma} C. 'C7'E: :: 1ANAIG armtiel' f
mEALI lsu4. .1\ El
97,0000,. a out of $20OW.w Corset Co. /.L AtJ) "I 1 dreaded!
Kalamazoo t S JNO. M. UE.: the change of III* which tj
The .South. Florida :Military Institute Cletk'IrcultCourt ofOHreola x wai fist pproacMn*. 1 noticed WtM. M.H r* County. Florida. of Ctrdul,and decided to I hot.te. .
at Darr. 8ked. for which it try ,
928,135, B" W. R :JOIISCTOS. U. c
MICHIGAN -1 now.have the stock of Whiskiesand
received.""" KALAMAZOO, largest Wines ( .. 1 experienced some rtlkf the
4r Sold and recommended by Citation of Administration. Been ever handled in Kissimmee. All fiat month 10 1 kept on taking It for

The St. Petersburg Normal apd ford.Genrgia In County Court.-O>ce"la County, Florida. grades at prices-4o-siiit the times. .. three monthi end now I menitnuito
'Industrial School asked for 940,000 H.. O. 8 tan Jy the Cunuly Judge of laid. Couuly with, no pain and. I hall take It off and

4.4 and'received 927,600 a out of 912,500. ----- -. -- Cnxrt'or Whereai.lettrn Maw of Ad".I..Ir..tI..1I Kali! ha. applied" on the to IliU j. .n now until ll have patted the climax.. '*

;z The'Florida School 'for ,the Deaf ScntliBrn & Florida'RAIIsWAY tale. of Kobi.. 11. Lanler and Nary\ t). Laulvr de. Female weakness, di.orderedminims
craned late nf Bald County of Uuciwla JVC+ 'I'RATE A SJSOJA.L: the womb and
T'Y''A fsllirj
numb and EllnJ located at St.;
Aug- The.e ar.., 2l,.refore-to cite anil-mlmoulnh ovarian
trouUue do.
off. bl
all aud IIDKUI -rthe kindred and rredltor of PClt wear
uitUoe asked loi'I13'7,200. and .received
se aid deceaiml to .be and apPear| .be'ore tlilJimrt. They follow woman to Utecliang ,
;', 4 979,200, a cut of 60000. '''SUWANEE RIVER ROUTE." ou or Ix-fore the :2.'>th flay of July A II of lift. 1>ojiot wait "uUake Wineof >t
\ : and flu objection if' they have. tohe K. BEARD: N
leaf any ) Proprietor.
L'fiI'' A recapitulation show* that the nine SCHEDULES IN.EFFECT. MKITARY .. 1908.ArMaeon granting. letwira u aforeaaid othervlae the thutlui bOW and avoid th.troo-
!JM': '>'educational 'inst 't.lone mentioned a- amine will be granted a* nrnyed.Wltuean ; ble!? Wine of tJardui never fail
,' r ," ... 'k\,, ,Dixie I'lr..r..',\.Quirk Step. my name an County Judge 0"tho to UmeQt a sulfuring woman' of
,;.rrt.. ,\1'; ,bore, .I\ed., for jK521,5S2ll.. The Lv Palatka'. :.': Mf tlC".n.- .. ., -e lU aJmck.onv m County aloreiald thl Nth lay of ,June, anT *ire.Wino of C'arJul rHitnredMr
!t. to ( I e II till p m mAr cIXALJ- 1110II. W.It4011NTONct > ---, .
,",r l, amount they are recelygis410l149! t Cuuuty Judge. *. We\ib when she was in daapor.
Jt J6 10 M
V.Idnsla P in a m.; ,
: Xai. ; h. cut ot 9iMmFCv'y'i''i'Worst : : : : ;': ''- -, < IrT/lWnry",; n W.m ,12 9opm \, When! you cximetotb chan M
Atl'ordrle.J0gam .' 14:1pm Notice of Application"to ell of lifo MM. Webb' letter Will
:."i.1 of ail. Experiences.: .........'.. IMam 4iOnm to than it doe I
.., Real Estate. mean mono "yon ,
!''TJ" Cap anything bo worse.than to feel Ar.Atlauta o OP GA...... .. 723am 7 4S pm I R. T. BUTLER. now hut you may now aroid the ,$ ,
t' that every minute. ""will be your' last? N. o. a n. ... 100am oiirern Nodes that hereby the utideriliined given to all N.whom C. Bryan it ,may ajmlnl E'A .suffering she endured. Druggist .: '
Ar 100pm
CbatunougaAr of the of Joacuh a derailed ell ft bottles of Win of,C rdul.
trator state Oliver
Such 'the .. .. . I fOam _
was experience of Mrs. S. H. \ Mpm t'rt
.will make application on Monday
.. f.tI
Newson, Pecatup -A.... "For 'thr'eeyears"shewrltee"ienduredtasuffer Ar SI.ILL.Lou a. .. 662-am 7 24 p m Mb day of July: A. l>. leg, to the Hon. R.ohuvtou. .. -
.. . County Judge of Oac-eola County, ALES WINES BRANDIES
1120am .
Chicago. --. : WINE
\ L. a N. a. a., at Kitklmmee.ln amid County, for anorder G G'L orCARDUlBUY
." to aell at private eats In whole or In parthe :
able pain form. Indigestion, stomach r fx>nlTlllc . 2M.m 1? Mpm "
following deitcnbuil laud ituled lu said o. v.atou. .saes.
.and bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable ArCtnolnn.d720Lm.. a. : 403pm onn'y, ...-..It: WHISKIES'I I AltO .Llp.tIUSy L
c. a j. a. ..
HWU of of Bectlon'H In T'p 25 H.. R. SO, ,
m : A r Chlraao..,... ... 911am THEo
.when doctors and all remedies E., and NE}< of .NEU; and KKU: of NWit of Bee*
Solid tralni from Jacksonville to Macon. thou 18 In I'p' g>8-,H.-tv\ E., and ElIOt half of lot -E
failed At I Induced
length was to try Tramp from Pa'atka connect at Valdoila with 4 of Lupfer S..... Subdivlalou of EJ4! of eotloi .CIGARS AND TOBACCOS .E
r' ''Electric' Bitters and the result was trmins gohtgnorth from Jack onTllle. :f In T'p an A R. 80 E., the name bulug, the prop- "'
at C 'lA>Cat ateepe.. on Dixie Flyer train for MaCon rty of said e.iate.This N HT
'mlr culou.. H Improved once and < remaining. depot until 7:80 a. m. lUb day of June, A. D. 1UO3. Ef

Jl*, , "Dow'I: ,' n completely recovered, ;Fortay Title Pullman to St.Buffet lx>ul.Sleeping via aooTe Car route from Jackson-without A*'.. .BRYAN of the Estate
"Uyer.)Kidney:, Stomach and Bowel hange of canon Dixie Flyer train Limo Pullman' ' ol Joseph Oliver, Deceased. A' Anheuser-Buscb Beer sA
flneat train to P. A: VAXS AUNKW
deepen ou tame Chicagowithout '
trouble Electric Bitters' la the'only. ; change Attorney Jun llHit SEWING MACHINE :

"' 'medicine:; Only fiOo. It's guaranteed. by nation Par schedules. addreu southbound and other lnfor* p a. THOMASON. L O.N' D R A U Q H TAN D BOTTLED ,

, ,; 'Osceola Pharmacy;' J. H. RArrrsty Pkyalclaa and Sairgaoa. Lo Do not be deceived' by those irh* .aJ;,,

-, Ii DUtrlot. Fa.inf er Agent:7O1 W. Bay ft., ALt.CALL AMIITIBXO.. tertlne a $60.00 Hewing Machine for Jj

.,',;A'' -:peclal dispatch: to'the St. Or C. B, UHODII, Jacksonville- ;Fla" .**lde.c ''Phone :33.: Office.'Plicae 41KT Can only) be found In Klsllimmee on Broadway 0 920.00.. 'J'hllklndota.maelalneeaD :, ,.

="lionlsGlobe Democrat, from Enid, General P..oller-j..n... Ifanon.Oa "TMMFK." : FT.A Street, at the BRlQ..K.13AR.. BlILDJNO. be DoiiRbt from us or any of our .
o dealers from 16.00 to 18.pO. '
f'Oklahoma 0N' .
that"Juniui Brutus
: says '
'Booth, the actor and nephew of John ATLANTIC COAST LINE:RAILROAD CoeBCMEDULE WE MAKe A i V4RICTY.. ;
'Wllkes Booth,-the aspassln of President R.T.BUTLERW. IS THE BEST.;

, ; r'' Lincoln,,has fully Identified Lbe.remalD. : IN E..ECT PRtL 12. 1908. The Feed determine the) strength or'f ,
'' wettknoa of Bowing )(aebinea.? Thej J
( of thb man known.. David E, 40 1Il: TATJoJl&. 21 857ma bauble *
? .asp Lv. ..... .. ,...... ... ......,..Tampe... ...... .. ..,....,....... ..'Ar 1110. to alp Feed combined with ether
P, GeorjrYpr Booth who committed .suiflUilde S13. OO'1p L........ .. .... . .. .. .....plant tit'.......... .............. ..Ar 7 lOa 540p strung point makes the New II.._ .'.
.! here January 14th last and In hisIeQectawas acs I M pLY.. ............. ..... .. ..... IAllol.nd. .. ....' .......... ........Ar Seta CVip/ the tent Be:! whig Machine to bujr. 71"WnteforCIRCULARS
: 1O20ai227pAt,. .. ._.. .. .. .. ...... "I.'mmee.. .._... ... .... '.....Lv 4611. 747p .. .
foundirietter-airectea: isIa1L'PrBates'ot 11 VIa 12I'Ip Ar.. .:.. ; ;; ;Or"od......., .; .. .. ... 41l.: 711 I'
13000 111II. Ar ....V--...... ..... .........8.nfOl'd.. .... ..u. .......... .:. :Lr220a406p x :
,1' //rI ;; ; Memphis, Tenn. Mr Uill p 1621' Ar. ....,... ....,.. .:.O..n.. cu, J.D lon..J.y. :J25g 11111' wlog',
''fJ, !Bftes. came her, at once, and fully 1801' Ar.. ............. .......,. .oLand. ........ .. ....... ........ ..Lv 450p MAYNARD .,._1I.LIII'84 prloea bdn pnraha.lag ';
k. 101\1' 450t Ar..... ......... ....... .....J'lIIatka.. .... ..... ............ ... ...Leilsop till P LUrJlBERCO iJ
.z ;: ,-Hoestlfled the body of Booth.. He then .IIWp 7lOa Ar. ........ .... ... ., J.e1<...oylll.L" 1 10. lSip '
rent aad .40 1
:.'jr ha.obtained positive .....7. a alp Lv...... ...... .. ............ 10 81\1' .... ..
::0' '*HeBta catlons pf the remain from the ........ 90Th' 1.1'. ..... ..... .... .........PI.ntCt..4 a4sp ....... >rUnionEq.N.YCh laagaolu.AUSM.lie, sL
) 700a 1MI' Ar. ....:... ..p... .. ........lAkela04.. .. .. . ...... .LT 8301'?$90. Saw and Planing Millsj .
dead ...
'r' L aIllMo. DaI. '
ttan'i'nephew and from, .Joseph4Jeffereoe lOa 10 71p Lv.............. .......u..B.rtow ...........:...............1." 7601" 6 00. .TeL,auAL rraaefug0r :
\ ; Ml. Clara. Morris' and ay.oore'of .... ... J296a .I.".. ........:. .. ... '....... ..Aroedla :..-;;.'......... ......Le blip. ... ... t j roe *1MASTER'S Y
....... 1 6na .Ar.......... .. ........... p.ta Ones .... .... ......i.u... .Le 4 115p'lie ... .. .;
others who knew' him ',in Lie SATIN ------.n- Now In operation. Complete Souse Bill Furnlihed. '

;J> pearly( 4a,... According to Mr.;.Bates'k '5-Op .... Lv. .. ...:-:-:._. ....:.;.\... ... Tampa..r..r .-.t.Xy'. : ..... "OOOa'"lOp Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Klnda. SALE .Ji;
1t .. .... Ar ... .. .......,. .. .. .... ..........:;:;.. ,..Ly .. .. .., 7110a tiNDER AND BY'VIRTUE FilIAL
; had 'acted ; .D. oo uod: or A : DEon. -''
tory bf 'as' Booth's eonfldenttal ._'" ,. ORaF.pRi3:: :r"TT'TEJ;:" :) 1='EO .of Foreclosure rendered of
/, .agent and atUJrney for near* 4 001' JO. L", ......... .. .. ...:. ....... ...... .. ..... ....Ar 10 lOa 2FTI Juoe A. D. HEN D7 honorable 00 NIDor tb..11 RJ pay 't
:' ''. 44M1p 946. L".... ........ . .. .... ....PorsTamW................ ........ 14IIa 440p I Judge of the 71b Judicial Circa of 11artd.Jaaeal fa.
;2y: ;forty're..r.. After Lincoln was 'Mp 1046a L\.S.. Fetereburg Wharf..f.v IIII&a J Up MAYNARD. LUMBER Co. and for o.c-I..t'ount: la ......wherlc
Slop Lv .... ... ...... . ... .C1rwater .. .._ ...........? ..Ly 788a'Up Roger W. BDttelIold ana tviimrd a ,
'i II' ,.js-hot,:tho rua&satn escaped to,the Gar Ar . .. ... ., .........:Tarpon springs..,. ....... ....:.......Ly. 'lOOa .. I are complainant, and Henry T. 8mltJt.D S.'Reese rlD i
( ;irett: plantation la Vlrylna.:,Aocordlnsrla 711.113 a2 2S g 21 1S 211\ I + t x1111U1111111111111IIi11111111111111l111111111111111111t11, and r L Davldann et al are defendant I will.
Mr; pates the man who wa killed S alp 14010 6 llfip Ly Jwkaonvllle Ar 8 FM 13 4p 7 bop' 1101\1' LY Jackanvill AI' 620p offer for sale to the highest and bet bidder\ for
Ie g0p 0 flOp IV 90s Ar Wayora. L" 6 11 01'tOp. It t1IlL AI'' .. Valdosta L. 7 00 P Pvlj"r2! tneL Court HOUM door In Klulm-
mar flamed! 'JtubbBelnj'warned: l111A. 16p IMp Ar. lIa..Dnah iv. II." II 01& 2 lOP I 01a Ar Tho..I. IA a 25m " -jCUy{ ,Florida,between the legal hour WJ
Garre '4 and"was taken a :IIa 1 asp: Ar Cbarl.aton LY II f)11& 6 IWIe II 01a Ar')\ooqom'., Lv 7 46 P ,c..; " '" 111111111i" ' '- -
,20001 left MflJ
1204pArElruingham: Ly
r Ar.WU..lnlllon L. Leap MONDAY THI.STH BAY OF JULY A.D,
};*6 eare central Kentucky, : ._ ..Ae Richmond L.. 8 \ 7 I0p Ar N..b\'lIl. L" 640a J.W.THOMPSON. the same being the lint of laid mouth'
, 80.t_ Monday s
tl6p 1\111' 12..110 a .Ar Evansville: Ly 6oia\ E :
Glenros Mills
settled, at r the .
.k later followlncaeeeribed.
Tie 1 Me AI' W..hlollOn LY a 4.a 2 Son 916. Ar Chicago Ly Real Suet. lylo aa4"'
'1" TexK.-where; ,fi\ jgnducted a store for 198.' BaltimoreLv 7lOp Ming ln the County of Oac.ola|a emnty, ifore1rlS5 -
.17Mn:*.jl i.u .St. Helen. 4 04 If1 Philadelphia Lv IH'O: U, ':ep. Ar 8' -Loul. Ly 8 Mp UNDERTAKER( and EMBALMER i S'r.L! 1.Srb d. sa follows..t2-w"i't
7 0p5 r I sop AI' New York Sr 9 SOp .9 00a 2 110. Ar ....ul""lII.1 'Ta or IIW" 8erL 4 T'p 9J a.of H. M*
-79n.'Ar''' Cincinnati Lv1145 ltOo"'Dln. ....... more
"" ;I&.Ii said U *t .:'political campaign a LY IIpO'lfOtD'y .Ar 41 17 .rtI'LL un 01'E -' .!. a'HE SiVlVJ1; "hove' deacrlb d ttrraeett
-I:> 6. lip Mohil.Lv 1 ? SB: ':ra.A.NC: 3 and run the_ .IftO rd.* thence loath 22)r li
,( Bradfordcounty' 2lip COFFINS:
'be openedrtoday, .ID' thence
1r' Wee
will ; - .25p ICew Orlea' Lv 920.TNRODGB a 260 yde. ...._ Nortb' 70 rei'",
e /at a place calledLong' Branch I CAR aSllv.os. E Ladles and Gents' Burial bss. == thence place of Weal"...nDID.70,d.:."tbenee Contalni North it 14 l acre O ,*da, more; Ie

.r t that will not terminate;:path,the primaries .Trams band as.tarry Pullman .Ieepere belween New Turk Jaeltaonytll. anda**alll'h'It of Wa y of *h._tb?lor-.
ran through both th*
," for Bt.ate'oBitessrtbomintaIedLt / elllllo" arservicetbroughbetwonJUnvlu.and Jersey CIIII day maehea between Jack.s.ntdl STANDARD SEWING ::: above" tract of land
E aUo :
a and W..blul'too. Pullman Slee er trains 78 MACUINE9. ; the : : of the 8BMK
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