Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00080
 Material Information
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: July 10, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00080
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text
--- _. .... ---,- . ,,-

-", ....-..-. ...-.".,.-.-.....,...............".;..iI,1..... >' ..,.. r.,1'................,1't.' .\.....--:... - ... .. -. .
-
t t.If. .
.\ I / + ,
'! "tJ I ,
.1 "I wi'' b
'I' v. "..:!
1\. t' '- u"t.' r ..
).., .' 1 ri ..
.
., ." I 1.
JI' .
:
0" ,, ,t,, t.' .f I ,.. .,..1 .. ,''- "" '<" .' .. '.<1" .,..... -
' ( ,.
0 l'
I,. 't f' ,
,," : ,1." ,. I r < I. .. 1')' ':;. ? 'I"'r ,'
11 "
---i :', .I .



4"TJ." !K1SSIMMEE., : .. ,vALIYJLkwTTE.:



. . .,
'
a riwlrr.. "....,. B.t.......... 1A94.I Consolidated Nov...t>.r 16. U91 Kissimti.ee. f City,, 10 1906.. ,.., ,.. ,,; Vol. VI. No.Hotice . ei_r
O.ooU. sat, B t.bll.b" taut i"O. *ola 51g;..I,, by l>.rc.,.*.., ...... 2O,' '. 103 Fla.July, I', 4 ,. a.

.
'- f aa .. ....ie. walwavti a ae1 ''Il

......
""'"' ,. "- "' ''-''' $ :
...'- ,,
.. '' .t. \'i" ,', :
: $
l
EJLEISlITEJ.
'
,
Teachers.:
: : ,
Ai 'VASfS ,Af3 tEW
P. .
,
:i 1< ,' ., ..". ; _.:--J': ,': , ,.'1 .. ,I 'ATTORWKY LAW.!< .*.......' I I i

' .- - 41 .,'. .. .' ,- l 1'I., 1 IJ.S.UB: R i EjI' : !-. / ,,,\NoTA KlbSIMMEE.- PUBLIC:"FLATjB. ">,1''fN f-,


f .... ,
.
, ; tl+
W/SIMrepN
}
, ; ,
. J ', .4;
,- + OF THE STATE"SUMMER TRAINING' SCHOOLS: for White Teacher M ; JACCidend ., J>ENTISTi.:

.
;;, ONE be opened at'.Kissimmee'',., Monday; July 15th. .1903., The Sthool 'wtil be" 'you I'I'L f Fire Office. Over 'Osceola. Pl1.yRa.ey..s "?..

conducted by, Professors Tom McBeath and F. H. Ellis:'men_of experience ., Otrrvas. .''11, ,1.\ D .. *; ki"u *'
' ,, Flo-sr, ; S
,
1:30,. 8.30p .
O .
and :ability; .. i r | tj W
l ? t. : : Telep s.Irthl; "..>,, \-':liM: u:<.. br' ''d't ,;
is
4 ,, It needless- to discuss the value Summer, Schools. The ever 'increasingdemandmade And.Jnrglary) .. . .

,. .by the. peoplejfor,: > ,better, a.nd"better teachers impressive' proof that the time la, as :! i' -- ?' JI.alt: :3.URLANpbV: EVE'; ; -: 'd "

near when only wide-awake and well-trained men and women shall be able to'find. a place' i j'v.', ; ; < . .. ...:.DENTISToi.' ..-

I, in. the school'rooms of the land* \ / i .... <, '--' .
,
.' ,Itis the desire and expectation of our' County Board that the teachers of. Osceola ; I l Fidelity..:; : '; .. ''Gas" A4rilnistered. ,Y' 11. .j ."''i
; 1114 55kk
B.olids'i 8)0 II.-CO .
t J. ,(except. where hindered by-uncontrollable? circumstances). will attend! the daily sessions. ., Oftlc.' HounX j t..3Q, S.3oP't' "
; .
with.as. much"regularity': as possible.:" And it, hoped and believed that Orange, Brevard, = .<. >' FLOaJDA ,:

I Polk l Hillsboro and other_ counties, will each and! all. be well represented! I in the' 1asa.esofe > : i .. r Z

: school; ?. -" 5 = ".' , - ; J., M. WILLSON! J ,: :JR. 'i J,Mrr1(1Ir4SoN\,: !, J-,. ... '

: .....-:.........- ' ' NOTARY ,PVBIJC.'... t

1 .- .,. ? ;: ;. 'BOARD;. 'i\\:\:i, ', -.4..Jo.,. / :,;'t i.. +k M1MMIM! .+t1 1M+MR/R k.. M/ 1 l Sf ATKAf" LAROK. r'' '.;1 .

Boatd..jay.. be'obtained!( as- follows: : .'r 'v', '"<' ; ', r ,1. Na, Real Estate Agent. ', -0;,
: :: ,: \, i / .;: erty ; KISSIMMEE," '
-
:
FLORIDA'W.hV
r 1 " ' "' 'V '1. '. '" : Wfc, HAlt W .L.. ;
:J
." Hotel, JCissimmeep; .r'week7'$9.00". ': ; -' . i[e, _' I '
.11' f 'Craves House. -' "*:- *' 4.00' .,.' *"'. '' '' "*-V. 'r w' .m t M., ; JUSTICE OK'THK' PKACE DB ; v
,
t" "
if ."p''kH 0.t't., V" 4.0O 'X_ ;". '" NOTARY PUBLIC STATS AT.LAROK '
'It '
( ,, .C Lake House, '%.50. < MARRIAGES A SPECXALTY., MDfiari CO: '
.
,1 .
1 -r. f. . 17 ;
:' 1'" "" Office on Stewart Avenue', Y' _J ." *:'<,
:r '
{ :" ATTR.6.GT ONS: .: :v i' ; ; r- His :KIS IMMEE. ;?. FLA, ," :"

t \ ;;::.- Like Tohopekallea, beautiful and bright,, its.splendid expanse"skimmed; .by.:sail' t oath; From. F THQMASON.lay.Iclo.ea4. .. brr..on.. "B.; .. R. 0 K. ., E'', R. 8. :,

., furrowed bl launches or plowed by steamers; the ,grass-carpeted streets many of,them ; .ALL C4LU AMSWCUD, '' : --
.
1F 1 as smooth and even as a well-Kept lawn; the extensive golf') green;' faultless bicycle who; R.. .ld.Mo*,'...0.. 33. .,. Office'*>Pk..0 it, 4-1- REA; :., 'E.S'TAtTsE: \ :;;

I f;.. ,:J' tracks! flowing wells of crystal water;; a clean and breezy climate""" --these are, some of the. -. S i leg .xiesrxEEL'rt.A.' ; AND' 'INSURANCE' : _
"
\ attractions of Kissimmee' the delightful. ., the. Old papers 20o per hundred at the 1 , '
I Valley Gazette office ,
, SCHOOL BUILDINQ. '' 6 6ti } _
-
'
.;.. ; .

I t The sessions will be held in large, airy rooms, provided with. ample black-board s.ur.;- vice '

1':j face of solid slate; and where the teacher may experience a sense of comfort from morn ., itlllv, ,+
II ..
"-j-until*"*******t"I": ; ,i ; it..tv-it;"- .' ,,""'-*it,--,ii_. .t t ;v.-- TiSS9OLIjIJiiTJifl
I Inir even .
For further Information address ... '. ,,.' : ,
.
,
the
.
.
.. ..
: ,, '." ,
......' .. . 1" W.iB. HINTON ,7 ". .
". .. .. ;'" Supt., Pub 'Intruc't/on/ .......Jfj Is t.1! .ttJ; -
., ,,' -' -" "........... : '
'1" . ., "i
"l1 -( .? '." r" :: : :"JCissimme- Florida:' THE 0 DULY PLIICE, inawn ssixt 0,1IE: $swum'

a :
.., '' ..
the I a)."

,, FOIIJTJIIJ. 1 '
: _''' } \. .

i i MADE A'. BIG HAUL AN INDIANA:. MOB J .Denied. the Use ,of Malta. .. > 'II ,i.';. "I'I'
..
"
''':_-... I. Lynch Washington, July; 1.-An order has ;} LOLLY 'VICHY'WATER'ti ,
... '. Endeavors Negro and 'jn.st been Issued by the POstoUioe Department I, who .. POPS
!. : at Washington forbidding l ICE CREAM . '. MILK SHAKES .I.
_ 'Crawford: 'Bass and Wilbur Shiver Only Prevented from Whole. .
.al.Murder the use of the malls to Mrs. Helen Wil- 1890 << CRAPE JUICE. . ROOT BEER",
Located and, Arrested by- Troop. mans, Helen Wllmans, Mr ., Helen ., '
ford v *" , And all the lateet'and '*.> ,- -: >; ,"
I Sheriff At Evansvllle last Williams Post, Helen William Post, ; : : 'I', :" ,' '
", In Colorado by Ind. Friday, anegro *** ; ;
:
I' c'most.popular''drifltki
Mrs.Helen Post, Helen.Posh Mr H. < -. ; ; , .
w..s In I
killed
"v a police officer and : ; .t f'1., ( ,Il'
I'f
'I C. E. "PrcVlft1 .......,... **"'.<:., ..,....... '" I placed In ,Jail.and 'Threats the of lynching C.\V.Post Post,,Mrs Mrs.", Chas.Chas.Post.-C. Post Cb., .Mrs....Post C., that rf'"When' : ,ttMysad'warm, they wMuetnllilaittt'" .: tkebt'r; ryoMott. '
were made 'grand.jury -
I -1 "Twelve years.ago as die result of sin ordered to convene and indict the was negro C. C. Post and Cb.... F. Burgman and : .,; : ::;::" ' V.Si:. ' 'J':1",

'Altercation.between' Crawford Bass ab once so be might be tried lished the newspaper Seabreeze. "Freedom'Which Is pub. .. A parlor for tha'. ladieshaaj'been specially .. ': ;:
: .and a man by the ns.et. Raulerson speedily., The frenzied whites could Fla. prepared ,
sit Turkey-JIamrslock: in this county, not waft. but shouted 'death. to all neTwentave , This Is a re.ult.of the suit, broughtagainst can :will. find it a pleasant! place to stop while out shopping. "* '!-Je. f
,
the Posts by the United States. baa .
(
:
ihe latter, lo4iis life at the bands of policemen 'tried government Charging the Posts with to .. ,_ '" .
'r protectthe
'the first-named, wh&flflT ,jhe country. i prisoner, but could not.. The cltl- Fraudulent. use of the malls in conduct .. Don, 't Take,,ray Word for It. ..but. .Corae. and. see forP Ye.tee1f. ,
ing ment..laclence .
a absent ,
or treatment '
A .ub.equen'I'r&nd J jury Jndicted him Lens were determined to have the of .Y ; eTi;

'', for murder, 'yet so successfully had he "nigger"! or" tear down the 'lall..Brick declares scheme is which' the government D. .;1.-
a fraud. : : "
i I .. '
used chisels, and others useda -
'bidden his ,eth.ltmany bea.Dthink to .I masons large telephone pole to teardown ---..--. --.-. -,,,.. ., "q/, /'

, he was "&one/ for good'! while i the Iron doors. Troops were ordered Worklag. Night And Day. '"""' ,, .. ''!'''
. ; with others! the remembrance of the to protect the prisoner at all hazzards. The busiest and Il ightleatUt.t.let.blnJr" 1900[ 1 ..;. : ''"'" '" ... "" ,
'
' crime is as \but>> a drefiit'iJ:: pay there- spirited away, but the mob could not that ever.was made is Dr. King's New' 11 "
;. I'
,, :<.re-was much'surprUeicflitt night by while be made he"layin to .believe anther he was!: 'fall'gone almost/'and Life Pills. These pills eb..np.'weak- cy Mr." I ,,.; arian: . into '
' : ness strengthJistlessness Into 'I,
1 1tbereturD of Sheriff Prevau, who wast : -
of wounds received by the officer brain-fog into mental .1". ,. "
ifeelleVed to be "taking a", little cracatlon ; .after he bad 'received the fatal shot, They energy re wonderful in building power up the his -! :v"' -

r among his relative. in the upPer the people of Kransvllle, Ind., were health. Only, 25o per box.. Sold by PthiGwarasteet" ,
ble ,
with their ,
the nlgbt'bldoouet
making
all Druggists ;
i ; ;part of the State" with, not only ,Mr. yells and demands that the negro be' ? '"

Bass under arrest, but Wilbur Shiver turned over to them. The hardware. I' i Senator" Brown'. Cardtdacy.Tampa .. '>:',
t who was convicted of cattle stealing' stores were broken Into and guns appropriated : .that '
,'' 4 Senator, M.
'' 'July C. 'j IS
whites arid blacks,
both
year 'ortwo-ago" 'and whosee.bap.'lefamiliar by "
Brown of Ocala. is In the city today; that. .
and disorder reigned through
to ..our readers; and Damp supreme ..nd. when approached upon the subject -
Shooting in the streets
out the city.
Wainwright who Is wanted to answer was' i common. Colored help;, was 'declared. to a representative of the Veatherpar l1ki
the hotel .and ithad Trlbume that: he is now in the .Gubernatorial and
va charge of robbery,from personhe frightened from a large race to stay. : ,
being charged with taking quite to be closed.- Several persons were --' '" .\"
This announcement has an'especial .0. lf
I been ,
killed and other. wounded.Thedlsorderwasshameful I ,
.
s a sum of money from. Mr." II an ley at I and where significance at this moment for more been ' ,,"' .,"\1
r'' Campbell last spring The locationof how 1C will end is hard to tell. Atone reasons than one.' In the first( placeMr. ving ;' .:
and E'er Sale TbyIflkJB. ;/; 1I
N Brown has now, for thefirst timeexplicitly lIII'i r "
. near-'Olenwood
these men Springs, o'clock yesterday morning toe city.
'
declared himself an out-.nd- If he Y ,-
u, Colorado; was the work of Sheriff Pre- was, |n the hands, the,mob. out candidate. without reference to tbe << : ;

. 5 *att from this end of the line and their i' 'WHAT WAS: IT :'ABOUT movements- of other< and baa at last tion. Mf1kinsonQ ,

.-_ capturewhich'herafsdeon'the., 4th, And what'-ii 'i1C'Ohio rioting.'and clearly defined 1 his position. in the'' pre .. '
misses. '
' etas his work also; fajpg assisted. wanting to kill !Sniggers" in good oldIndl..n. utterances, also significantin our .iz w.: tr""
HU; are :33eetlers
.. bad the ,4. :
h course in the latter by' the Sheriff' about!? Because one ne view of, the'fact' that a' certain can< AjCJeneral > ,

the ;.Colorado county, in?which they charged of a his police official'officer dut-a while In thing dis political faction In this State''is generally Hardware: '

y wore.- 'Shiver:was. found''asleep' and that baa oocueed in perhaps every ; supposed to be looking about says Sportily ,
'
for available Oubernatoral candidate .
.
an
( (p .
upombeing'awakened immediately reo Southern States, and.certainly several 1 1'
; and Itwill, at least, be interesting Goods., .
Ognlaoi the Sheriff and ,'greeted ,him times In Florida-because one bad negro it
} he to note what effect, any ..
crime for which #
committed r"
h' : be knew'that' bis Senator Brown's decision wUlh..eupon )
, ,".".'>r enoe there boded evil to him, Sbl'rer. out remedy and with but little delay will their be plans.It remembered. t., ,whileSenator and Get prices on barb wire a'rid nallsbelora 1 buulno elsewheb I '
.
.Both"were going" under assumed But how do our IndlanaJ>retbren think Urown: had been widely referred .' -- . "

\\\ft\ .,aaamee-Naas taking that Crawford,. they would think; of the mob if it wasoperating to as. a gubernatorial possibility NAkN.. .. . .. .. . .
.
in a Florida city" Didtheyever .
before General Bullock'sname .
-
and Bhifftj that of Qulce.-- Their, arrest1lcapture ::---:- .
hear of a Southern mob wantingto had been,,-mentioned .In that connection ? .
and ret.urD.wa.-as neat a to air the negroes because one ; he openly avowed his. Intention bis ', > .. . roCJ- ,, " ' '
,
.Apiece,of'detective .work at;could :be t negro had killed. 'a white,man? No; of retiring from the field( should-that rite : .
done''andmarks' our Sheriff 'as being'; that is not the Southern idea, and It Is veteran campaigner fit, to. enter the then NEW MARKE"fI ;t r""
world that South '
known throughotthe
:
: :
i faithfulvigilant.1 shrewd and entitled the race. la a "
mobs for' theIrUl1t,
only ;
era go Genera
Shoe t.henr however,
to. from'the "law-abldl'ng. by S '
mucb redj fear from '
innocent have nothing a '
I Bullock has made no 'sign-given no BASS' O'LD.STA'NIJ: : .j ",
-WaUlwrJght.wai\ in jail AtFolkston. Southern mob and no Intelligent man Intimation of his intentions,, and it in \\II J '..
'R 'Ga., an "..rasiploked; up by the Sheriff 1 can believe t.h..t.h..d. t.hecrlme that has in is possible that .the Marion County, He : REEVES' WOoa PROP'B
c..u.edluoh .a disgraceful scene ;
' as he.camtbv on his return; .. been' 'committed In Senator having given his neighbora He ,
of time'' in which
sulfclent'length :
t. Jacksonville 1nd'l
; '. "., anv such ..oeDe.c011ldhavebeeDeDa.ct.edEE. ... to makeup his mind has now decidedto l. "
RepMlclve Features ., --:- go ahead ere others avail them own Having togetlrtrln tbe meat market '

Blaclcb'eada pimplecre"IT faces .., selves o( the opportunity to' preempt ing" .1 business.we,take this method :of soliciting';:at: least a
? / Cnres Sciatica; ; his claim.-i-Tampa Tribune. his
and muddy complexions,',,which are so .'share of your-trade e.ifd'shaU endeavor'tomeritJtbyprompt
f.i common among women, especially girls Rev" W. L-.Riley, I* 1* rl>:, Cuba, : service fair and liberal dealing and handling: only the b
Wo.P Showny.. .
," e. at a certain-; age, destorying' beauty. New.York; writes: "After'fifteen .days ty. and ,meats the country.affords.:. Best, mutton and pork: 'e
of pain from sciatic rbeu- "For years fate'Vas after nti'on- .
-disfiguringapd making: repulsive, excruciating Mrvic V i ,
:and all in season.. Free delivery and prompt *
features which would otherwise appear madam under "..rlou.ct.reatmentl. I tnuousl ".wr.es-. F"Ailulledg;Ver ""
attractive ..nd,' refined,"v indicate .that was' Induced to-try Ballard'i >Snow ben*,,Ala. >". I bad\ a terrible case of :,. m6ttor: Yours to pleatle I ;, :t'r.fr; <' :,
the. liver is out Ofrorder.An 'oocaslonal I4nlmentj the firs a.ppl1c..t1ol1I.IDR Piles Causing .24': tumors.. ,When :all! cll{ : .' JT.'REBVBS y-f''M ..
dose of Derbies will, cleanse my Bmt relief, and the second,' entire failed Bucklen's' Arnica.. Save'curedme & ? .. * ** '" > ":., "
tbe bowel, 'rei'Ul..w.the liven andhso relief. I cans give:, it: unquallfled .re- Equally good for,Burna and.,all of 'RHONE! ;61, #,'M,>' WOOD; ; :: "i ':
: -
;
establish. -b.slihyeomplexiob., \ commendation25of10oant' ILOOLatsJl : aches and Oalj,6opt; Osceola '\t . i'
"': ,bocQht.ti1L Tk f P* 1 PrnggtstM! Pharmacy Pair', ' ,;;] .
t"fI': ;: 't" .. ,.
} :
{.. '. 1t .. ,
,' > .01. (
_"" ''' ',' .. '" ,.).'.".." ., ,. .1..,-'';.>'f.iI.'t. .... 1 1 . .'j' ''I\J\' ''i'. ..._"r .. .- ,, : ," t.J. /;(. .. :: '
"' ''' $'t.JP "" '''' >r.' ''''\f'i1' :,", lt".f' : 'J" '
:%
.
:
: : < "' "'" '. .. I. , 1
: iII" \ ,
.
,' .'.' :\! ; "" C \ i/ ':.i ." ,' >" .', , ; I. I? k 4 x yl: 'u .



1''" .' ,; ., r. r rs ''*w_ "ft.sJ
,.. ,.,, .,,, Y''w.' N'.w.+n+
.am..m + >, .,r,,...,,.. .y.'r.k'w ,.n iw. .wx; JL
{


___ .
:art Fe THE HO LER..' TROV1hLR8! O? 'THE RIC1L' ,

lltrs.'bpbwlggvr'-Wb.tcan" you dUo
Monkeys 'Which Derive Their Name like abotit betng so wsalthyT "
1< DRAFT 'SEEN 01 ,
TRAVELS,
QUEER MY.
; From Weird Cries, Mrs. Damrlch-I have to eat every? I,

,,IN! THE PHILIPPINES, CHINA r II IIi Few. It any. animals tended'so much thing when It's .put of season aDd not
'' toward lbe. growth ot".IPperatlttOil. In I fit to eat-Town Topics.
ANB SOUTH AMERICA.
", '' \. J B. the olden days aa the bowlers or howlIng ,.
4' t, .
f F monkeys who derive .theIr Dame TITS permanently..ured..to fltn or' nerroiisaas .
Manila I '" 'from'their ,weird and appalling; cries, after lint day's" o...of IT. Kllaw'a Gras
Our first few of : mere atenmem gptlves trolll lId logs which are ...U."nd II".t.I.etJ'H ,
l irlHI b
whole 1II..Ree toT r..1It
a,'' m4n launch up4hau.raslg. Hirer out andthey!! aro/Unp.Iled. with) a pad dt the echoes of which will fill a only Dr.B.H. Ku_, Ltd. miAruh 8t?l'rUla.l'a
r loathe,: landing ctaito discloses( a pnnoMiBiC' die. It Ie-Ioterellthl. .0 watch the oatiren forest with sounds which can ret.t;;
those which are o of our ancestor don't
be said to resemble ,
assortment of chipping notvqualed pass up 6r down with or again ,. doThe
; wt 'Infernal To.glons. much good when .e are looting lor>> a
' fov' strange:; end interesting& the awlft currebt. In these smalLcraf supposed to exist in Ihe j.b.

,teats,.s any ahere. At time 1blsarroV"rlvtr laden with an sorts of /goods, produce, t '' ; .. ..
'wub h. always" ,rapid Vegetables/ ,' ,fruit., grass for fodder" ., This peculiar resonant voice In the' V*. AU..'* ror.Ka.
drum-shaped expansion It I. th* only for Hwoliua Praartlnf
!howlers la caused. by a
U
current: to com..h.I l jammed or etc. Tired,Aohtog:Hot.SweatloereetCorneanI ,
'baked with uhlpptng (-navigation: I had tho good fortune to travel soul of the larynx. The hollow : Bnnlon. Ak for AlUn's yoot" -Easo, a Powder
)s Attended vs-JtU Brent'slnuger. from Manila'with General Ilateson on I II II shell of bone corresponding; to the I tobe.hekeainto tb* shoes. (' while J on d' 1

,llere we find the .huge heavy casgocstnv hl', memorable trip when he" made th 1 hybTd"bone In man, is Joined to the walk. At all Druggist auktltntaBsmpla and Shoe rltorvs,auntVass. 1164. 2 2I +

t, cvblch merchandise and freight of now famous 'blood Ie.. treaty/ with tbe P upper part rot, the windpipe: and It lath I Don't. AdclrNl sonept.ny. UClu Oluitd,I aBoy.N.I. ,
..II description* ar.p transported from Sultnn of Job- who controls l,500oa I. I sound of tho:; voice.' within ibis
..
I.; ne largo .teflmcMtitrhorml to the ))a)' people who are perhaps tbe craftiest ol l f It" .V1 "'''' - 6F ..hell' which give It !Ita uncannjr.cry; When. don't fortune answer knocks for.t fear.lhedoor.it. might IIOnepeople. bea

i to the wharf. ,'Phese cusjroea ,arc of all Filipinos. Our first Mopping', plat:*; AN UNFORTUNATE FIGURE SPEECH.' ,and --so distinguishes it fro pt, ali the collector. ;
' ':'wood .about the alllO of an Anierlcnnir was.at 1I01l Island of Pansy, which I/ Doctor (In his own consulting room to lady wh m Iw K.. ''''n01"8, hUht''Mo' other ,American monkeys i .lam ,_
seen at her own home)-"Well, madam this. la Imlt.* :pore! wf the' .ftIUlllftlu, : There are various specie of howtera IBr.Pl.os0un.forCos.umpttonssv.dmyllfeforwy..aetro' .-Ma.. U'SOMAS Koa--, ''

coming to Mahomefy-rPunchj. -the black howler the rod and yellow aur.,Mopl. 'h.,Norwlon. h. X..*.<>. 11,tart, t

.j I... howler. the Vera Crnt the ,red Th. fell.... wh* is nm over br an auti-"
known to then ld "aa" a"danierous howler; rte.-but cne and all have much mobil' i* apt to bv that tired (Mlin'g. t tL
,i) A CENTURYPLANT .' and all have
tribe: for, until very .rwatly these the aame characteristics, I .
.. Islands were marked oo' the charts the !sam* terrible voice' Unlike oth MN
.' with the warning sign of TtraW1Tbe monkeys, (whouo" cllrlO8Il" and

t t e, Morn .travel In his _tft C'I'I' lw*. notice and. admlratlnu are pnJy 10ve.Of'l lNd
? many' miles from Island to tstxnU... : bb IN BLOOM. Known, ttf howlers Ilre, ,! Hair?
I boat and paddle are Ato'nvwt rebavdpossesslen and will' always hide whenever possible. ,

F Il l; ki ', -Ni. *P" not even" eiceptltre hla w dII\ L
j who Is practically a slav to .k.., B, ARTHUR INKERbLEY. Indians had and stilt have numberless 'out
hair was falling
'Mr veryfast
s' Across the China Sa fray I.ana. beliefs and superstitions rspecttng \.
I a distance of svus ,*W) slA 0. wr t61ad \ ,'Ike "Vcatury;...I':5anriwa. tel warned the howlers. One Is that 'when and I ......//treatly alarmed. 1

t \1h : %__ _ _ not only tutenmtta raft et a3 kt>e.M i.c<<*.._-of the pofiuhir "Idea that It the howlers begin to see their voices j I then tried Ayrr'a Halt Vigor and
MMMn only once In 10i },:arr. It need "
but that the _t:.* Kx t* are. ruHttat""..lIt 'one alwayik.rhanU the whole 6f"the my hair stopped falling once. -
\ 4-- c' nearly >TVCJ't...tasw* *jr' -.-.... hardly. tie Mid,that this Idl'a + who art as pUoM, fIN' bry.p v eseb that jwpuUr,, (nei I.l etroneou.. In tile Rental other. In order! Another is that w

; eater tfc* t'eaattfut tawrtvrr lilt n-c climate of California"the 'plantRQoenrs'ltifrom howlers never bowl In the daytime The trouble Is hair's,
Bfteen to twenty your
K-. It Is s lt'EnIns Xis we a wvd. year unless some dire calamity U about to .
b U' In, climates from forlv to rr
colder life
does have enough.
kw wmbrs not
aa at the ,1.'Cotc' wrts! si $* I falL ,, -
r* iasltiituvl, Mt aall "nbr.c fasteee l I i ion jLs a..matter of fart one single bowler Act promptly.! Save your i
'W' .let. back a cfcBM. Tee ..aatitrboat. 'le capable of producing crlea which ,
aN eeesttsetvd eX wood and resemble tbe united efforts of a large hair. Feed it with Ayer'sHair'Vigor h

.J.J'f bt>mU \ are test with VtuaM and r number. At onetime thele' cries will If the
'
1\\ carry a set .f aatbs sad are nmd to be like deep gruff arowlings; at. others gray

carry pwsr awe awfrchaaUts from I, piercing blood-curdling .BcreainTP hairs are ''beginning to e ;

plies t 0 ,plo.. Th. native family I wfilch terrify every living thing/ within show Ayer's Hair I
!tree so these, .small boon: In' fact hearing/ .and others represent the Vigor

I In Ir ;'''t'\.-. hey spend their entire time on thewater. I dying groins of wild animals.-Is almost will restore color'every I
For rudder a very:lone' oar I i Impossible to give any' deacrlp i
/ U used and bamHed In an'f'Jp.n: unau- ?;'t,' ? time. $1." .Mai.. "". All CreQWa.If p
',' 's, :'e>>le tlon of the awful sounds. and It Is not S
,+ ;
;. .... tee by tbp.| woman. navigator. much wonder that the Indians fancied .
TIM itranges': craft I have ever seen 1 they were the cries of spirits and inhabitants Mod- :your w. nn drur. OulW;{.del sad.*.."we..c wU.op"apr..s lf JOe. tit 4'

on an of my; travels were nlms I of another world.As you ft liatita. .,.(lira and rU*tb' BUD. A,
I..t '.. of Lake Tltloaca In Bolivia and Peru. I ., your Mmi.i i>r....ul\ic. .droM. '
:
R. to a howler erring In the day "
4 Y32 : J. C.A VKIl: CU..,mnll.atsat.
!t .. f ? Tb *e' balsas are made of grass, an time being a sign of calamity this Is
". ; aquatic plant growing In the waters of"the another foolish belief due to Ignorance. .

r lakes The principle on which they A Howlers will occasionally howl during .
I. are constructed by; the Ayninros Indiana $ the day. but. this Is only In threatening

t proves their Ingenuity. A bale of J4a. r ,,t, s w weather just before a storm, or an .'
t:1\ s* cr 'tt ? hay naturally floats In the water, nod el, 1 y 1,.?w unusually heavy downpour of rain and, R:1.P.kN a
;;:1I' according to the quantity of dried as a storm usually proves more or leas : 'nV'

:. >' grass used In constructing the !boat do. of a calamity to the Indian, It probably
.., they contrni-the dlrpUtcemcut or carryng .
originated from: this fact.
; rapacity. These. boats are Jlkewl e Very lesl-bowlers have ever been In i
fi VEUICY OX THK-ilbtOSDO: CANAL, UA. IL\. 2. DUGOUT. CANOE lIO'me iI
fitted with a mast and mill, and In captivity, ,and those few have survived .
J t._',t WITH BAMBOO OUTRIGGER t:8ED.B MOUOS, SOUTIIEUN PIIILt' o instances carry from eight to ten per rl't only; ..a short 'time owing to thefr dejlcacy. l. &IPAWS Tabulcs i{
IPPINES. sons.. The Indlnns travel locg:! dlnnces *- -The red "and black bowler I

l'.j.t ', .T '- over this. vast inland lake, the have been exhibited In tbe London Doctors find tff'
-;, .;; analboaVand are covered.with a Lam- piat'el had been burned by the natives.. surface of.whlcli Is on level with the zoological society's gardens, while some
:. :0 'roof."easily"removed'" In sections.jevej The Island Is famous as "being the summit of the Jung Frau of the Swiss. ;young specimens of (he black howler A good prescription ..
f
the after part of tbe boat the roof greatest'sugar exporting! centre! "in the Alps.-K. C. Host'" ln"ScIectlnc Ameri were also kept for a short time In jibe

1 *t M considerably ralsed.-tb.us forming a archipelago. Here are used the double can. Jardln des Plantes at Paris, and'very a For mankind.

+,r } toomy cabin whereinlive the navlga- outrigger;ferryboats! which are 'one of :Vow HnlMlBd Hloek. A IXOWBIima CXMTTJar II.AMT. ; good specimen of the red howler .
1 'tor and famHjv .It.was In these boats the strangest sights In"our far-off: pos. The building block shown la the ac Is at present In the New York soolog.,

': most our.troops were taken .ashoro sessions.. 'Those boats are made of i companying cut Is of a new design. fifty years may be necessary to brln# It cal- park, but It doubtful whether
'W: the Army transports huge logs, also dug out or,, burnt out. for which mallyac1"aDtagl'llarechll"; '. to maturity. The botanical name ..oftbp'plirnt even with the greatest, care It will ft.. B-BMt ordip.rr reek. txrmilrm tt .....".Tt f<>W.
,,;0' Ithln. few" blocks of tbe Captain They', are, fitted ,with malta and carry In tbe first plncjc. It | ,pet the 'ort.' office at tbe landing stage' from two to four sails.. On either side of a hollow wall the {visages gala, and wag given to It because of !Its' It Is Impossible to Mate definitely ,lot a rest j

Mite.tome to the IMn'ondo Canal, on our. Is, a bamboo outrigger which distinguishes of which are Iptercommunlcut-1 splendid appearance. "The agave I la a from what cause' these mdnlceys give .
central or old part of sta.i them from outrigger boats In Ing and which can be made use of for native of Northern Mexico, :where It Is these .cries. It' does not appear to be ,

I this canal are. used' curious other' parts. of the Pacific,, where only conducting wires, and pipes.!;,. It consists named the, maguey; and furnishes from fear or rage, and the muscular : .
," 1" They are small built of one outrigger Is used.. Bamboo being of, a}body of rectangular;oblong pulque tho national drink of Mexico. exertion necessary if produce the most MALSBY & Co. t'

'" covered with a wooden hollow. Intersected by many partitions form cut awayitn.ti centre so"us'ito IniGoldeti (Gate..rllrItSBn; Francisco, deafening sounds seems to be very lit
'; which la erected. a.Bkelo- running crosswise, is practically a tube .: I ." " '.'''' ,+ it't" of wood.; In turn-ro"I' of many airtight compartments; and aa ,' of which there are about animate are supposed to oat nothing

'\ ec1.wlth..a.a bamboo roof. Each boat the bamboo grows to an extremely twenty species! "In various Iftnge "of existence. buf loaves-but.owing to their.shyness t I

,t, c !rte. about' fifteen paainsers' .nod laTmoACA large size up to eighteen Inches In When the 'plan begins to It Is very difficult to verify this and it -

diameter, these I lang airtight-tubes are bloom It throws up a single stalk from .U possible they subsist on. much the -

capable of sustaining great weight which tbe tassel-like flower. sprout same kind of food u their cousins.. .... IPbl.
", aba?* wMer In -someInstances 'on forth on either, side. The great flower Ellen Velvln. F. Z. 8., la Collier's *
raw lArge boats, the bamboo Is tied ln y talk draws all the sap and vigor from Weekly.

bundles on .,eltberl.;. sIde. of",.the.boat the broad leaven of the plant which' $*

,.,., I wblcb areeuspendcifrom cross beams 4 after It has reached Its )lC'rteetlon.droopa Japanese Decorations.The siiMlEngines lkattoD&r7' 4 ,
and leaf on the water; It la almost im
'
and dies. But at-tlie-base of the
hostess of 1 luncheon euchre
i poll lhlQ, ta capsize one of these boats. : ] BoilersSaw i
fleshy glossy ( arkcr..u.Ipav,11. are
treated her guests to a pretty Idea ,
whIch attain remarkable speed.( With '
found little suckers, each with a root '
other Instead of the usual
the day.
r t, . the adore aPPU area they will outsell. any; 1ye. which, when planted at once begin decorations for such affairs she transformed Mills ;
ul '
Mats In our home waters. They should to Brow.' Though a century plant In hers into a Japanese tea t. AND'ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY ,
5 term an Interesting study; for yachts- flower la not
a very uncommon sightIn
taw IttILDIIO Japanese. '
BLooI. An Inverted parasol made
men.These boats would circle quite TempbU HIM osrrt.d fat ftofkfor1UUXDIA ?e
California It Is
sufficiently Q to attract
around''our steamer, the "Chun-sea. eave a hollow space comprising about a charmingcanopy/ for the luncheon TX Mpmmt<< '"
an ex-Spnulsh transport; lu a moderate one-third of the width of the block. roost'Europenn considerable It attention Is a while and to table, filled with trailing vines which tier If.........,........rrtas sod Iwo Te,... %< ;;

I breeze,' while .wo were' steaming ,at At opposite. very rare hung gracefully: over the edge?and ; <
.diagonally corner fll..rear wonderful occurrence. The accompanying Write us for catalogue, priceetc. *.- ri' :R"
'.3.;, ...I.IUo.aoA.. .tlll... OIT OUABa) UM LAllg ten' knots per' hour., .A landing' Is I projecting portions which romprlntf photograph, was trrkiMi by gave a swaying note o( green. .. b.for buying.AN;. ; f
The centrepiece was Japanese
;;, : "- (riIu axe 11oL1via)" effected by running the boats onto tbe a ('OQtlunR lion of each1 of the faces of Charles Welttner of Snn Francisco all lilies --r--- - --, .
balls about !
and tern the room ,
sandy beach when the passenger steps the block. ; The method bf laying these ;
and was sent by :Mr. Arthur Inkerof -
)
),
Isnpele4i! by means of a long pole dexterously :; ashore. tricks, ns shown in the cut la said to the slime city.-Scientific! American. added further'to the charming effect." f'
''' : handled! by tue! native: 'JI tero.I Our next port of call was Jolo. ('apltaloC Increase the strength of the> 'w'/I./ and -- -oJ ._ The tally: cards were oranmented ,
r' ... -The'change: 14 tnauagement'.ln later.acp'totheseterryboatshoffered tbe "7olo or" Sulu rroup" where tbe he hollow construction results In' avery with Japanese figures, a Japanesegong EXQUISITE
:. proof negotiations ",bf culminated- In the great decrease In the weight.' The I'lrkporkfit;' Tr.. was used to' make signals and RCQUISITC .

: 'I sha r ", aad:vcaoaWe -of.. conforming.to.Amerit United States and the Bultan,.of Sulu block is capable of a number, of variations to pass'Jnto the hands. of the octopus fans pretty carved Ivory pieces ... suesebn Ih. thk.lLI

t;. ).... CbsAous.. which be Imitates prompt. were carried on.' At this place we also and the. simplest design la the according to Chief of Police!' O'Neill. Japanese cups, saucers and plates. :3rRootbeerl
:",*>.! War'years'It had been'tbe custom find the double outrigger' used on all one which.} Is shown In tbe cut. It Is That a regularly organized syndicate .It was altogether a pretty; affair and ]Hires

'>:< 'tip .|v. a emallUa can fastened direct. 'I native .boats, be, they the .amall dugout also proponed to make tile blocks with exists In the prof..lon'Ini. ; branches delightfully/ varied the routine of the .;
1'. ,lt'a' r.tbjr' t'oo't ,pf theseboats; Into (of one or two persons. r'the huge war single extension instead of the double extending throughout the entire country I euchre at little trouble or cost- -

.It,'.*.*+ th paWrJref dropped..at copper ,I"ranoes ofthe; Sultan capable of carry.Ing pad for tbe purpose of making a very the Chief says; tbe police have bad i Plttsburg Dispatch aeetw..ass 5v..."_ Gold
:...JaShortl i' .rier.tho arrival of the from fifty to eighty people. These close Joint it Is further proposed to; occasion to learn to their cost In the w.w'-rf..r.re 0' 'IN teatau8L _...
.: .*..ap'tba discovery was made .that' ,boats here are more picturesque, beingof supply themwith recesses which will prosecution of hundreds' of cases =
1-,., ewta/n 'perlon.. Instead .dropping n .more. attractive shapes-and elabor- register at the abutting surfaces, so .against members of tbe fraternity,' NO RENDERING.! .sa.1555- ... ...
*
.: dw .. that after the block has been laid In Its "Convictions of this. cia"I'of criminals Mrs. Steel 'Mills! (nodding toward

place In close contac) with Its.neighbor are almost Impossible, be asserted the piano)-Won't you render' -som-

r 0 the mortar or cement can be put Into "If necessary, the organization will, thing/ for neT .+ Smell lOti.c8. .
&<. the recess' made ana the pieces heldfUmlyJtogcther. spend $50,000 to protect Its humblest Mrs Torque' Packer-No. Indeed; ..SAW IIIILLS for Fa..n; .
;\ -. member, That's.i., the reason ao few my husband's employee do that.-Columbus 'or Lu-Ir.r' umber.MIIl rmen.
': pickpockets are ever sent to prison. Dispatch. All' our
: Churl. Yeah And. Did you ever' notice HT .. *an flttad I with th. ftmoui HMooek-Kla; *
PM.VarlablF d
Work.; tbs llmplMt,meet
', A correspondent writes: The best "The syndicate's methods) In the protection d rablan best teed on th. market
'
: f case .of "Unking Uve .Is that -- -"- BY THB- y'MANUYACTUREA '
of two of its members are "
:.. many con Constipated
aunts of Charles James Fox, one of tinued the Chief... False Alibis play a H SALEM IRON WORKS, ;

;7.' whom .was alive 170 years after the prominent 'part These are secondedby USO iinma 1 VriNSTON-SALKM.M.C._
;.1' birth of the.other. Sir Stephen:! Fox, a liberal buylng-off of. omplo p .
who was born In :1827! and Is" said to ants -and when the evidence" has been Every !Day
have attended Charles L the .! on scat- thus "weakened powerful law firms Drills
s Fold, married In '1054-' and had ta the are hired to do the rest E.S Angora; &:
._ __-.w.
Following year' daughter! who died "The use of straw bonds !Is resorted oS-o.-- -\l..w-
: =
'f ,6 In Infancy At.tho-jure of seventy-si to when everything vine fall*. It neeessary. V'It'l .::..-p. 6. B.,+ a..tal S ,

bei. married a, second wife, and bad good lionds are given and ::,eta. wvwww.nwsY.e.w.N..s4..dw.gBot..* ral/a AU!!.. ..
four children, of whom one was later Jemped, "- hicn InterOgcan. Rrll.bh"1'bwn IQOMU CiaUIIME CO.. t TlI, criWL ,,
__
r i created Lord Holland. lie eloped with I la M* shies '44.
_i' *T danghter of tbe Duke of. ..\.,.4 M AdvrllM, -It'.Jt<<*.. a."t j just |h. thing for"hot AFOO FemaU Pills
OUTbUUUKU ,AAO b'tsrtuk. JiOAi" YHtLwl'lhlsd. Richmond wsWr- : ,mak WEAK WOMKMitron
_ AIL; 'lILOLOf ; snd.was the father of
.The proprietor' of 'a, "It's .
,_ comparatively Non-lrrll.nftotrtalni neurotic and rtolayod period
5'' V' \ -- -- n '" Fox. A ,.Isterof'blll' wtr waji that small but growing --department ordinfirouf drug ..*,. ....'1' paak I
joppc/cold l lato;,the Can/wou1ddrop'i:; ornamented,with/beautiful carv Lady-'BaMbr-Lennox whom the ore | ;"If* I'faesM"P a *"arallllledc. Brmall
telf' :. . : .young says that three-fourths of bis trade sky. kmdr lot airs i' for 96 two..nt .iampe.elal .
-
- ',..'r _ill' ltoIlei', or IzaILeteL . It.... tht I .? George HL la supposed fo C ,have cornea from regular reepy. n wrer.With of
:: .odaction,"of: thin latter, mstornarh The outrigger boata are also used by thought, of ,mut'J'InC.., She died, .the 'being duo eustome.the to'his. newspaper remainder "'i:' SeOnn Van.U,.a"... rrNVlacar_ I book of valovbl. .i.;..*...lnormaUonlorho ... AdCvwpaay. -.,

_- a*-ooce, caused,tbe-natlve.boat I Ieo' the natives'tin'their; pear), fisheries, mother of the heroic Kaplers, In-1828; advertising. "You must' understand."!, tY.rasieRutiviromiaoswwu, -..a,.' I" ., dress .lire. '4'h.rtesl.

.- to.'adopt .American method of I which Industry' la next to: hemp of She was maternal aunt of the statesman be said'"that I have to advertise a, ':, tPoocito.....,.. i.ob.,; ;- "..........w.r'1&o")",:O.' Boa, US.Hraiv .
wars.uaw
..tbctblg'breu' -In the ttverrbere vie greatest ImPortance'.lathe> southern ; and the little girl who was bona persistently for my regular - I'
'canoed : Islands,c The .Sultan's "peopIST 'the in 1655.wa* his. paternal lialf customersas THE T ARRANT'CO: I the name ot this pant. law .rl
or'JdOffoatBpriisingact :; ,
.aw*> ujany, \aunt- for transient buyers. ,If I did not, I 'at Jay. Street. Maw : 'writing 'os>d .nt .r-. iA ..aB'O3iIfaflll t '
; art forth;'these are, . ,made' .b.tbe. , ,Moroa.. .are'expert' navigators.. and are' London Chronicle could: not hold them". : Y *k.> '
:T' "*" '*-* <'i ; f td with
'" '" II.,.r" ".. '," r. ,t./ti ,e .b vMji >.*, ua.Tboklpotl'li tyt Hiiir:

. ", _" !Ii. *: .. F.
'
J', it HI' f .. 'J '11 .. Jd lF ,
ijo 1\
< "' .
"..,,..''t'" "" JIj, fti'I',", ;,: I ..u. ,, ".".., e., '\' t.'=IJ\-.I' ,,,, Ie.' ..... ,e ...., ,.). \\1.1 .. ...A.. "" ,., l ltae' .
; .. -f "j;, '' ', _""" . ,_ ',, '
'
.. ''' ''', 'J& '. .. ;1 i>i lili" I. ',. ." ,
" yyn
',-.t," IJ ',0' '. 1'"f'rJ'i' :' ,.t -i-.J .oJ' ,.". '. ..



,
,


Jf-JL ." _.. ...
w+ ....r"s !..:;-:' .-. ."': '- "'": .... .. ,
Aer +w 'a, -;. :..: :: "': "
:: :: ..
r r' -. --- '. "'" ... .., : :.1. -4: ':;;:::' .:.. _-:_ ..._ -:::; _
.
... i an, ". .. ,
.v''
.
'
____ -
. .
"-- - --

-ASEfiMON'FOR SUNDAY seem wrappeofTn Bleep,"*nabls' t* cauprer: "* AN ,ACCIDENTAL BENEFACTOR. '
bend the that within' ,f. I' : '
our
,' ""tJiet. : '
", '" 'f ;r' W{ f', ,., I soul.' There are. doubting day. ia 'the oat.endar i.tllt.e AaheiT, the .>1.t,aes>,Oo* ....'"' .*, DOCTOR r ADVOCATED /'OPERATH ie t BABY'S' FUTURE '
' rionco when the earth troll. a Ur_. 1"1.'...... tr.bt.r.. ,_ .
AM' INTERESTHJC' DISCOURSE BY bes! .beneath the feet when the guidinxatar ' fused ' i ouder.iald'n floe-old .
to
J"I :
DR. HOWARD DUFfiELD., of,destiny are veiled with a, cloud, bin I PE-R J-"A.-MADE: KKIFE: UNNECESSARY. --
I when the altar ,flame ef 'life burns into' ult-c\.lturdr old! : cliap! jretLbut ; : '
.ashes when the eyes of faith an blinded 'eyesight not *o good, a* It once wan. Illsongoing ', - 'Something' '
' f abject Heart yII1.r.i..Th. Are .......... ilh-tv milt of tear, and when hope, bow / << day' now oretv-'to wonder '- for Mothers
.
;, ; ,.hy .' Oar Mettle la' Oflem .l.la.4i btt perene head and hi'les her radiant face.. : why people
4 *, KleU with 'the'Hasofn.t Very, Vajtkles Apoetfea....' WliI' .. ger.Another There element' was an of"element Bart failure of personal I I. dan Indoors a* weM' M* oUt; nsltig It Indoor I known as female''cla.lof weakness.Cstarrh diseate.. ,, "popularly< ,, % 'j fa PThirik4bout! w;
tbe the .
7 peril that night-which. we must not forgetto : I and.at ell season, a* a: b
1hw Yoax: ClTT.-Dr. Howard Duflle'.d'.d, introduce into our analysis of :the fmpiilms bed. 80 comfortable( such a vsuety of dUMmneabM and JrrItal.oin.mptoma r .
N Dkttor, of the avenue First 1'reibyteriau that drove the apostles sway" from "When I coma a.boreto'tIl7,1- alum/ peoplo-hare opl.-In< fact
Church:: Fifth and Twelfth street, Chr et.:; In all, (likelihood i the thought ,of the majority of no' 'idea. that ;
F a iiamuioclc. In my 'mnll ,room ei, a ,they are eauacd by catarrh.' J.iVefJ'
preached Sunday morning on "Heart failurt. danger; little affected the comrade of of and
Suffering'
a! .. ." II* took hi* text from Mark xiriBO Je.ua. With 'u* it ia apt tn ba th. 'orC'\- IiIl.ttl1r'Gt,, courseI'd slept' lu.a. bam+ If all the women who are suffering with :
: : "And they i all forsook Him and Bed. mattering. con.ideration. The retreating mock 1111". mr Ufc.'nud I don't''belter*! Icould any form of female we.knM would writ : '
and alvehim
y Dr. Duffield said: ."", *tIe.) were not so much afraid of something slecw soundly now la :anything to Dr.. Hartitlan, Columbu., Ohio Sorrow Averted
a complete description of their.aymp-
What ,Jesus '
cowards! Comrades of as we are. W* talk about. absolute .
else But luy.eleortnar thdtsway' here tons and the !ouliaritimi of their trouble .
hall a three year* friendship! with the monarchy. W* rehenre. stories pf Riberlan p :
Master oome tq such an end Shall the atrocity until the blood chilli. ';Thereiibut led to',owl1tIlJn//: quite uaeJtpe:; tf d,;,}"An he will immediately reply with bompleWdirections .' ,
.
+ I; intimacies ''of man months go twirling one absolute monarch-th* cur of ha. old .bore-jfotin*; friend/of tnlav tintCoutei for treatment free_of charge.Jfrs. ,
take leaves in the .wind before a puff of man opinion The ukase which he. i.tues In me And and
,
to sex one day says; to me: RVO .Bartllit133 Eat Hftppte) :Prosperity
panrio of Jeaus, wb drags \ir all into a Siberia meanness but! 4. .
;p ye be ptllorled..for poltroonery When faintly tipyfied: by the degradation of Well, you've got >a pretty snug./ Itth ttreet.Jf.. Y. City, JV 1%. .

K defeat brooded over the hill. of Ollboa those gloomy mine.. flint burrow into the looking llltlo room here, but Trhere" dtyon > I writes,:. '; Assmd byCuticuraSwpQintmeftiatHlPill
n and the remnant. of the armies of Israel Asiatic mountains. TW' opinion. of the Bleep I dou't bee any ,,bed.! ., '' .r suffered for three years ,

tt ,Saul lay,l strewn and Jonathan through died the together Judean valleys When, truest world nunhood.exile finest It'feeling.'rivets .chain_ It. dungeons and hall .*'Bed? .L'N)"..''iWhy. there yorf 'itr", with .leucorrJiett. and. ,.ulo..r- -.... ,

{s Socrates kept tryst with death the prison on our loftiest s piration It vetoes indexpefidence. tbo nicest and eO lfortabk>lt ''bed In aUon.of tltAwomlf.. The doctor T-- i

q yard in which b* sat become like a hal of W* dare not bo free and manly the world;' and I unhooks1\ ones' *nd of advocated an operation, ,which ( $
; banqueting and the jail atones echoed with and genuine. It makes. our feet fast in theet..Ji. "hammock; from where It 'bail been JL dreaded much and .
the converse of tleroted friend wi.lfui of of its whnfts. We are all the while very When All E169 Fails.
sharinj, with him 'ths cup of hemlock. asking ,..hieh wav the weather-cock hanging, over the other and stretchedIt stronjflp objected to jf" under it. .. .
When the sun of Au.terlith.t Had and we'trim. '\V..re diligent in inquire cross the room and hooks' it up bAIts Jtovo I am a changed' woman. "
-
,
IM' bathed the earth at its rising; sank ing how the' current sets, end we veer, instead : place Iliad rigged that lininino'.t JPeruna dared me It took nine : )
eclipMd I in blood behind the plain of Waterloo of asking whither the needle points I lip,' you kliow-. simply, becaune*,I ; Every child| born Into the world wltIa811 '- ,
much
pre Iinsproveirt
bottles out I
Malt so -
"
>>, the file of the.imperial guard drewnp end setting our. prow to the pole star] instead Inherited or early devak J""tendency
: *<
r aa on parade and died beneath the flag. of reading the chart add! laughing to erred. It. and 'without any thought 1 tall I' kept taking it, -ns f p ,
k'' But in the hour of Hi. extreme.t need the scorn tbe fret and roar f..th" bIUo",.. We pf saying, apace or anything; of dreaded operation so mucJt ;to dlatrealtnstMaflffurlaa: ; Ja'.. "

,.fld"adThou.pthat had"forsook-m1walk the "nerve. heist by the world's permission.Why that aorta; but the minute, my friend: 1 ont to-day in perfect healtha.jtft moor, -of the. .kin scalp. and blood, ..,
should b deferential to the '
,c.. .storm'swept l.keJ conquer seen disease with a world's opinion w*t.r *If so' yon- dip, will the sets It: have not felt so well for fifteen become an object of the most Under

6n er-touch and dethrone death with asyllable world 1 help"you ape If i you have blottedthe 1 Salty,. old boy.: says he. "jrdu may years.-" ,.,. Eva Bnrlho. ITd solicitude.not only bec ...of 4ts san>r.<'/

when a ''enu.d 'hireling with fair page, of roar ia I the, world not know. It, but you're solved the great : lag bat because/ of the'dreadful' fear';
q swords, and the riffraff of the ,"city with helping: you to whiten it lifei If you *r* sick, flat house bedroom problem.*' And BO din. Maud Steinliach, 1390 l2tlx St., :Milwaukee -
ask l ,staves came out to take him, they forsook will the world play physician! If yon' ar Wis. writes: that the dUUjnrntlon U to be ,lifelong ,
t Him and fled: struggling with all thee energy that i. in I have, I suppose. for'him, anyway. -L .t winter 1 felt sick .mo t of the and mar It* future bapploes* *o4 pv'orx

Jeaus walkedthi pAtL......" of tears l;' "and your soul to. scale some starry height; of- -1: "He Urea in a flat, and In his little time, was ircrgular and suffered from nervous 'perlt;. ,Uenoa U bocorae the) duty of,
na one kept step with Him. Tbe hour purity and of nobility will the world lend bedroom he'd been using folding: beds exhaustion and .ever bearing down -
i ; 11 his sounded for chivalry and Hie friend. you a ,handT When. your path enters the and Couch-bed 'and tvro-atory bunk 'euoaaand had so wonderful r,hoary Its Pe- mother of such afflicted children to ac
exhibited poltroonery.: The call was for valley of the shadow will the world walk what performed qualat'them.elva'wlth'the' beat;, t.he
p r heroes, and those lie loved showed their beside that lonely. and my.terioim bed, and I don't know what not but *o I ant for a bottle and in fourweeks .
backs to Chriet, instead way. .* When your stay her i. ended will how he'* got hammock everywhere Instead ' my health. and atrsna h were entirely pores and most effretlra' reetta nt'
fq the foe. Occasionbeat the long roll, but the world, Spend ode thought upon you>> and lie find them In every way restored to m.Mi. Maud Steinbach. ..f M SEyeB: r o.' araiubl vir.,Tbe CoUcnra\ Treatmeatv ?
'' '
Everywhere: the are using 1'eruna Warm bath with .Cuilcftra t.e'
th* battle line became a rout."Imagine keep flower.growing on your grave or tear women Soap
j that scene rereracd. he. that cordonof the lichens from your tombstone There ,practicable.' .: and praUinjc1 it. Parana is nqt a palliative 'cleans. the skin and scalp of crust and ,
; SBoatJes buttreneino Christ against ss- i. one who lores you'one who wheneveryou 'Some of my friend' family' didn't' simply] ; it cures. by, removing the cause' of I 'scale, geptloappIlosUow\ of. Caticara ''
Jault as with. a citadel of rock. W. can slip, ba an arm of love ready to catch! like'tbo me "of the hammock In the! female diaeaot.t .' : Ointment, to sa7.Itcbing. Irrttatloa ; ..
I' almost! see them rooting themselves like ,.oui'wban: you fail baa of hope Dr. Hartman baa probably cured mom and "
", menage middle when they ,, first took to them Inflammation and aootha and beat
'. female ailment other
of than
storm-defying oak, and the ready to whisper In H will women any .
your 1' *
opposing; and mUd
closes Cutlcor.. t
icesolrant *
-' metal .....Iet. of Chri.t's foes with the whiten your souk! He will gird your _..1c- and o'I showed him bow to put on n I living phr.ioian.'' lie makes then curd 1 'I
' , breastplate of their invulnerableaffection.w . I nen,-.-He: will school your ignonnco.Hewilt tackle at one end and bowie the. barn--. simply by Wllnl. and recommending' Ps I Iruna. cool the blood In the severer eases are .
all that be desired for the i
can almost see them converting Ueth\ <. .hare your sorrow. H* will companion mock up till you bad It pretty near at i iIf c a speedy. ;
semane into a. Gibraltar of affection and you as you cross the frontiers of time. lie relief and penrsoeut car of skin ..- r
ahattering the onset of embittered perccution > ] will introduce you into an unclouded flat a* a board. Some of the jchlldrcn'thammocks .,." do net. de..h"" pr.aepsteel atUfaotory. r. *.utttr... 'Stan taa tn rod infant* an J children: and th, oom-. "

upon ths impregnable front of a i eternity beyond. Why oar very. much 10ft' had to have netting sldeiput. I ii f r.r".-., *r*'. at o..o. to Or. Hartwtavn, giving a /wt- s(.(.a*.n.; ./ fort of worn-out parents. }> . ,
it ..d" otioQ that was stronger than death. the opinion of the world in which we are .upon )em.. but that waa only an Million of women n.e CntlenraBoaa, i"A
M{ W. are well) nigh envious. of their opportunity .: but a fraction now, and in which tomorrow other matter'' :detail. The general!' I yowroa..sndhewflibe; pl*..od /'plv. you his: valttabt. '. '',((, :peseta.Addraa. ; assisted by CuUcura Ointment for pro-i ..J

of renown of w* will ba a cipher Why.. not very tact remain that my friend had found! Dr.;'. J/rman,. l'rtldnt of, The l.r....'...... daattartsta 'enrlnjt, parlr.\Ilia and boaatiryino 'I.1Ie ;
, *'u The poaibihty such loyally h.. not keenly car for .e>n. whore love envelops ? skin, scalp half and hands for ',
the hammock to be a perfectly pra ct I' 'Oo1Ktilbw.; O\' aaony- ,
yet paced *nay, it has not. yet become 1m- ounbeina as with an atmosphere :i '' 'j < lag Irritations and weaknesses end ".
+ "", "bl.-fo1' one to .how stalwart allegiance Turn the and read the later story of cable bCd . .; '. ''' -- r .
papa
Ir to Jesus Chri.t in t het face of contempt . apostolic loyalty. Th sequel i. different "And I suppose that what be.telle3Ig .Marbn, Warner Wlldmanwhose', : ,* ONE .THING, 8URB.I' which tot many nattre' BotlurpfWpurpo.e.- i
? and antagonism! They are from "th* preface. Call the roll of that I readily suggest tbemselrcav '/
dead. that seek the child' tile." 1* true that aal'-vaaolxejithe prob- 'ot His the Ellenco" will be one of "Do you believe Oennttjy I. 111'''''' ":
young
of
glorious the apottles-and- I" :
4
Ifs ". company tern for hlmj: I're solved the 1 e1dS..iMMet nns.j *, 3 es-1if t
Christ dcce not recede. with the ebb of every compass point ring with fidelity to problenc: "Sst'abouf-respecting th* ,Monroe 400- lr
) The of His for all. Yon could fill the vitae features of the July Century, w'ibyr"ia..e. c.=..imimeo
paldng reara. men age are Jins. Read how they sowed the earth the wbola'twcfe! i \ : trine!" Lrr.M.g1m.s: : .

sleeping in their pulchw. with martyr blood from Abvssinia. In. Seek, ao to speak you BE'e.' of a Cat I won The Century'1898. price of, two, "I don't know. It'ah<* Isn't *h,'s goIng .. t kt 5.CwMaa.rwaa'y
"
Th. first element of heart failure is die .
ti Uia. ItegiA the chronicle with that tradi .
The tles had writ with hammock beds at night au.th"a\"f' hundred and fifty dollar:for the best : : (0O
ipooinlmvnt. apo a very tion of Simon Peter, who was led out to to be.": Chicago Record-Uerald. Y i iI Y
yl defined theory aa to what Christ had com death ia tha Roman amphitheatre while your full flat apace a..lhlble'witboul:, metrical 'writing submitted: that ,.eat" s
to to> do lor them but they had thought!! very his wife wa crowned with martyrdom obstruction by day and I suppose thAI

$ !little of what they were to do for Him. before his e,..* to shake if possible tbe when the great utility'of the i hammock by any,college graduate of 1897., Mis NOT, RATEDN .
'4 Tber hail clear conception of the prerequisite stanch rock 0"hii bedded faith. And Wlldman !la an alumna Western Re- ,
of diactplrahip. They deeply bed become generally known toot fold "lie claims) to bar untold w,alta.:"
wrm
while abe suffered ba called her by name '' .
, concerned. to the pattern of their crown. And addreaaed her in term. of moat endearing log beds as. now.' but hammock, ic: serve(University and her'present. residence That'a right H* la cot rated by
,
'They-. knw to a -nicety the. comparative affection and exhorted her to remember very great rarlety,will ,be tbo priori I I. Norwalk,: Ohio.: any of 'the' commercial acencies.DOAN'S .. f1acis
'
F altitudo of their throne., and they were' the love of the blessed Lord and to be pal article of manufacture'' and salt -
anxioualr parcelling out the cities over firm until the end. Hi. turn came < _'
tf, which they were to rule., With their fat nut had very but a favor to ask for flat-house bedroom equipment.- .. ,k, GET BACK REST. .

treading the very ascent to Calvary they from (lot as he stood there .in the old: Sun. . i i !
p were bldlerin.eacb other as to which of Roman circus face to face with d.atb.And .- .. Acblng back are eased nip back:, and Relieve heart palpitation sleeplessness,
1; them should" be ereatett. Jesus had coupe that was that be might remain firm for loin 'pains orercomo.. Swelling of the headache ncrronsness dizziness.Dona' '
to give them a life.of caw*-and telf-aata.- one more hour. lie had but a single favoi -.1'11. Dlweaelons of a 'whale. limbs and dropsy signs raulsh. : ** Kidney J'jll. are now recognized '

.. faction. No more stormy nights out upon to ask from man and that was that he Captain Davis, one of' the most fu : They correct urine with brick dust sediment I a* a known remedy for kidney' bladders I it : y

,a Genneanret and pulling;the no wet more cordage tnggine of at their the boat.nets might be crocifieri head downward .. it I Inoue of tbe old-time 'American(! what high colored pain In passing and urinary trouble They bringrelieland v
; was too great an honor for one who had bed drlb'j when
bling frequency wetting. curo despair ibadowahope. t
no more weary days brawling in the Caper deserted Jesus to suffer !in the same I ere, gives these as the dimension of t ,
way calculi and The free trial I 1
Pill door '
naum market place to get salt for their Jesus did.: The whole, company of the right whale yielding 250: barrels of oil: .Kidney remove an open to self proof. i iI -\.1

neat bad a and whole butter cornucopia for their of bread.splendors Christ to I Master noetles in went chariots sweeping of fire.( hume They to crated their. 'Tb:! blubber,of snob a whale" be Dcsamno, 1....'..:."It was .Blrm ftnumo, Kj.. .. f.1f

empty into their lap-kingships, and dig I Initl" their allegiance to Him with' their blood. say, **1"! half a yard thick and If put. collect rhatunaUAn. I could I -Me"I of raorlved DOM'S Keay1cIY.. .
and thrones, and scepters.. When .together in a strip would be slxty-eij ret BO relief f ma UM dootora. Doane 4
Since
t the night of panic they had come to I b CMi to improve onUtklnc I For live year I ho.ro had
a. with a lightning< stroke. all thea fond sea Jesus under new aspect.. They had fpet' long and twenty-sereu feet wide -'. sample andant Odn much pala !. D1p".hleb;
drrams went whistling down the wind known Him as a friend. He. had a. )pl,c. The would two box a a* our drugKteu. l physicians said aroa. inkllh
make
and their cloud paacre ranqni.hed like at the/ratable/ and a voice in the home talk. upper Jaw a room ; : and, iUx>ii/{h a* ream Parrs ray fcldney Four 1 boxes of
I mut at sunrise, disappointment, throat ita lie .had a neat at their firesides and a- nine feet high and twenty' feet long. of CO, I iua unmet m BOW D ouo'e Kidney Pul ,have en
rwuta N sawn. tI..I.eured
the trouble. Icto.1
7 Iron into the soul, and away' they, went, share in their.-plan.. They had trolled>> The lips and throat of the baste, with man.with I was troubled watw_. a hud rood to a.vaa.ec ye a thInk I owe my life to these

.. purred by.an impulse which for the moment I together un and flown the field rath the( supporting Jawbones, will weigh aj rat up four my and ere times atnlKhk Plus, and I want other to. PAIIIANGUAHIN5TERJNG
was (rrr.intiblo., Their thought had know It." BAOm )1. .,
had
: they paced aide by side through the That trouble U orwli &"
q. been. centered on the good they were to city streets. He had colored much as twenty-fire, oxen of. 1000) and once more. I eaa NAY It ,... \.. Baxter: Bprt,e, Kans.FiJJiocTH .
get not upon the good. they were to do. pathie. molded their character, enriched pounds each: Tbe tongue nlouo will rot the night t......11\10.\ My _'
i .' It i.i not impom>ibi* that you and 1ahould.Suet their lives; but the bond of friendship often weigh a* much a* ten oxen. .backache U all t:<......,.nd I.JJiiuik p. O.,:.-. ...'.... ..._'t ,' .'Vi.J fast:

.- .. mutakenly interpret ,thepurpos broke in the hour of trial., Tbry bad "The: spread of the lip Is thirty fectT the wonderful yon ever medicine 1M mueb Cor, OTATC.. fired 01lH' twelve ntontb*
'j of Chriftt's njimion.'""1ln-some piVot.f DOwn Him asa teacher.Ther bad bee>,n_ with pain tn tb* .mall of ,
moment the con.ciouaneu of tin tinrxpectedly He can take la fifty barrels. of water at Uou'a Kidney Mila ... rtrI..r ant wWt gbh __ .. back. Medicine and plai. ,.
fascinated the crystal-clear! form of His - .
I, I by J.o. if ltraca, i._IIt...... ...".....f<. V.haw." .. \en only temporary
leaps up and chill. u. with its statements. They had thrilled to the- each m . shadow.Ve are lashed by the. -scorpion Kmrching and subtle touch of His mounTniti as big as that sift 'a track of sea n 1rM1iaIaA, b\lOto n..aJr.' ;II ....NIR cured ma." .F. R. bmowx.
whip of conscience. We snudder at the :
>> ralmouUi. Va.NaturaJJMavor
; sermon. They had felt the subtle -
quarter of a mile, long and flfteeu reelwidi1n __ . ..
The ..
thought of death. awe of eternity charm of His'parabler, but; the spell of ]fie. fa
t,. overshadows, II.. With timid fingers we. wisdom did nyt keep, them true on the one. ruu. 'Then he raise* .bl.
: open th.> Rook of God. With eater: ere night:: of HM betraval. They had .see'i. Him" head force bis might( tongue Into, tlw
t
t' we. scan the page of Scripture. A wondrom on a miracle worker. They .had beheld .carlty of Lie whalebone sieve .anti
, 1 gospel salutes u.. Had tiding: rlng.liktt the '. ) like a child at His com the'water AHGELTHOU;
';'' mane, through: our brarts coneerning (>no inand. They had witnessed leprosy conrcrtecl drives out with- -ImmenlC-- ."
t -' who has s ,,\welcome for the outcast who into purity at )ti. touch. Thev.had force.:
ti I' can whiten the most soiled soul who>> will :seen the winter of the sepulcher bloom .rJudall ot rigbt whale) Is twenty
f" uplift the fallen and recall the. wandering', into tho spring when His sandals tottcbei five feet brood and six feet deep and a
t i' and who has planted Hi mighty heel upon the lintel of the tomb. But the power of
a y .. the head of death. We kneel rejoicingly .leaiin did! not armor them to I look upon the point of junction with the body In
t' at the foot of the ero... We surrender our the faca; : of fear. But since that hour of about four feet la diameter In it' lie! t

life into the keeping of Jem We yield heart failure they had coma to know Him tendon as big.a round as a man'* leg. awe "
Him ton ready homage of our..heart, Then n. their Saviour. They had seen Jesus: die "The greatest blood restela'are more
the dancer muchhCen wekrii.tt are ir. for them. They bad felt the touch of love !
+. i peril of thinfcihs;' how>> hue to that death .could not quench. They had than a foot In diameter. The blood
'; live, and tort little of what H. i I. training been beneath the arena of the 'cross outstretched that I* forced through them by a heart f

", u. to give. Then we are prone to dwell in to nhelter them. They had caught a* big as a hogshead run In torrent ri I
.
imagination with the apirita of just men the accents of His parting: : prayer, "Father, ;
made: perfect, end the companies of the forgue." They bad heard nil triumph heated to 104 degree _
shining ones who walk with Christ in glory .shout "It i. finished." As their Jlerteemer '"The reeplratory,canal 1* more than

x f" until w* loi touch with the men end Jesus riveted them to Himself with foot In'' diameter.. The rush of nil .

women who throng: about us warped ..nd'j hooka ref steel. through It' 1* a* noisy a* the exbansl ,
stained with the ale and sorrow of ,Uio, In this day of force worship it is timelyto ..
\ world.Ve forget that forffivene.s( I.Ie I. uplift Christ a. the vitalizing energy of pipe of a thousand horse power strain .
not the last word hut the first humanity. It( is pertinent to emphasic engine, and when the fatal wound 1 I.It'Iven' I.

.t d word of the .Gospel. W* forget that the deathless power that resides in Chris a.' cataract of clotted blood 1 t +
pardon I. not the last utterance bur \ tianity. It is interesting to watch it soarina i- _
spattered over the hunter hot and] wt I
so
the first utterance that Jesus has spoken. like a phoenix from the ashes of Jerusalem .
\Ve overlook the fact that there I. a cultureof , smiting like a mailed giant the forces nauseating that tbe crew of a whaleboat .r- Ii : ._ ,_
,r ,.' character which demand. the energy of of the Graeco-Koman civilization snecpinq often becomes helplessly' elck- -=Cottage < ,
I ; a hero and tbe patience a devotee that like a whito-winged angel of mercy beyond Waihington Star--: . =1 ifm inject, n i* m j
, there I. a "service of othen that calls forth the AJps and the Rhine, and scattering "..oar choice. corned bf cook Isseed eta oa Ii ,,' ,
',' crucifixion of self. fflorieus benedictions upon Scandinavian, Corned Beef H lone by ..",,"_bttr than alWhen. ,
r. Another element of heart' failure 1.I Celt and Saxon; to watch.it a* it corrieithe I Why; She Coek..I It.. ,, I .|ust.rlh we"" pal Ilia. cane. to keep
'f doubt. How was !it ,nomhl for the apo- beneficent to the dark I It right smut yom want It. rt
I same potencies The happy faced man to n .lqP!!
\ tie* to recognize a Messiah. ,under! arrest T continents ,and hermit nntions of our own swung op; :Keep It In the bo *a lor enenrenclee-lor suppers, kin sandwiches-for any tine wbea
."; Wa. this the upshot of centuries of prophecy tune and bleuing'with: its exhaiutlest. College avenue car, and this was tb< yea want. aoveihlng rood and sand it quick. bimply tarn. a key 'aDd Ibe cao is 0...... Aa :

' \, ? ".lie this the story hat! the messen bounty attic and cellar,' avenue and alley, story he bad to tell a* aa esplauatlorfor : appet tag lunch i. ready I. an Instant.'Ubby. ...aday.e.ecte .....

'" I gore of God ha..P been telling of majesty and parlor and schoolroom and mat Leiphice his good humor: .' McNeill S. ,.Ubby Chicago. is"Mare: Good",. booklet:: Eat.at.:: a.auto! 6o...,.a..perm It.glvale..Nd .....
,1 l Wss the Prince *
,, : and glory: and ofrietoryT of latter day civilization. : ''1 hare a good joke on wife \ "shave a .
Lonminkktheumique my }
: r
.. of the house of David to be dragged' away of culture crax it i* timely wnteulnH.N. 'e
' ,. 'in eh.ln, -and the Lion of Jud lt to b* wisdom of the Christ and to not a new, girl, a German Just OVPI --cLltprary'U.te..from .__..I.._, 1IIII.'ta.. au ,
.. throat into. a cageT, Clouded in their perceptions that through: all the age*.a train of gifted from the fatherland., She Is a hard and : 'The Century Co.',

; confused in their thought!: confounded mind has brought the --treasure of their Billing worker-bat; I II greatly In net The July Century jyJlMiare for, U* ei AAU CURED WITHOUT'
by the of doubt. JesuV lifo and laid them at the feet of Him who C'ANCER .
of and Yesterday . : Deml'emck I AMevVV8o tahj l
disciples hurried away beneath the shadows was cradled! in the Bethlehem! Judgment common sense. frontispiece a"new .wooxt engraiingbyTlmotby'Cole tuna Mdrepn.de.
suggest thought my wife ordered llsh and ,Instructed Menippus Velasquez. *... iaiCvery CaaeTi:
of a night that but faintly observe the matters 'of human. ; : the by MKU1CIMK COHaiktlnc. MPAItAu.md
CA..NOBH!:
. the dark questioning that must. hat shadowed bowing with wondering homage before the the girt to serve It for 11IDeJlr, : ',The original hang In the Salon > . AllaStik.NATiONAli ..e- I ,,

their devoted hearts. sweet\ and the' clarity of Christ's, insight; A*,. soon a* tasted It I knew there '"do Vaequeg of the Frado Museum to t .
This is of doubtt Demon whispers remark, how the boldest of the skeptics
an age ; .
are upon every breeze Siren aonga become deferential and nrisandal when would be something Interesting: wbepmy ,Madrid; and ,Timothy Cole's reproduction -, r t.

are at erenr turn. ,Faiths .are under! the they pa.. within the charmed circleof -this wife discovered it was not as rest said to be one of his finest block, .: :BEST FOR THE IIWb.S '

scalpel.Creeds ar* I in the ,crucible., "Belief singular personality. But where I sea one .*' It should be. H>r first, mouthfu/ will be the seventh In 'Tbe Century'. .., . ./, .. ,
are upon the anvil.' A'.earohing and who,dwelt In the light of the face of God caused her to ring for the girl. *.* ; ,'. p .
pitiless criticism is passing under It. lensBreathing hastening, down Into the shadowa and mi":- ,_series of Old Spanish Master ,
that men hare counted heinfalIT : cries ot thus stricken earth; when i behold> 'Mary, la Ibis the fish. that cnlbe"tOo
ti'b"I1'1'ti ( CialOne by. for one, J Him ,stripping Himself of those robe of day?* J A '-

do not regret it. Flame will\! never harm divine majesty which H* wont before the "Xe, ma'am/ I STUART'5CINand :
old. A file'stooth cannot bite a diamond. world and appareling Himself with Didn't kuowIt'Wasnot FREE e A
But an ago of doubt.brin"" mAnY a doubt that awed: ",..tnre Wh'ch; we mortal : yon foot . BUCHU #
: ..,log day into the hearts of faithful and lor- wear stained with woe and broidered with when, yon cooked IU. CAN@YdUARANTUD
of the faith who the ma'am.' To aJl who .offeror te the friends' ot (lines fa 5
The cbampiona -Him
when I behold 'Tea.
diociple tears was
i ins ; ,
who nt-ffer with Kidney, Liver,Heart/Bladder ,
,
I' had their' doubting days, thorecord of contra of ,' angelic adoration In pathetic Then why did you cook it?'' or aloud DlaeaM sample bottle of atuart. ,t ,CA1 lAATIO
which is written in the Scripture with apen loneliness, becoming a target' for the seem and thought ales end Bueba,the greet eoathern Kidney
bought and
dipped In tears.There earn a day of the worW. despised and rejected of all 'Well yon Liver Mediaine,will" nee absolutely L--
when David loving trnstine. aspiring "'ro. spurned,by bigots in the tribunal of fon knew -IndlanepollsNews' _.. Mention tbla Miners .,Add_ BTU It.T'
spirit. that. he ,was, bMinoaneJ-th* time Ills people and-buffeted; by brute in the,, *, ., .IDItaly's .PLUG U'CO CCX_: __.W"allM.\ _.,_Atlanta_ ,Oa '
.coII ---
when God' face was hidden. TW cam guardroom of the Roman; when I mark x..t.r.
... .
ltlt>tEttll..1L1tma..>..1 f
with nerve in it
of doom whiatlinf
dojnwhen }lljahthat.man the bolt that wa *
1, ..., .. a of steel and heart of fire lay a ient andworn flight; toward m,.. heart bury itself is the The Italian .Government ''has just: !NERVOUS'HEADACHE = CURT rw all flew.. .ar.-. bed beatb.

r by the Strew IIf wrntal'condnt .ndertbe I bosom of His lore, and all this for me, for erected a fortress on the great ChabertonTanninuVopPoalte -, bloool, wind a the etnma.b bieebe l wrable..pesodLNM.. msstk _A. indigestion. pimp
+ juniper tree in tie deswtiThjr* came I men a- .iDfter""tb.nJ em His. Then, if Brlnrnn;' for 4 be wlthoue ass disagreeable, ; .(tayeatagpeertroebi..ellw.51.anddial..sWheyour bowels do.',
j CURED -
a dar when John the Kajjtlst. mounted ever, the elemental. .depths'of being .re ta ..., .4_,., t_" ;y yes a.1' Ce.nipatiec 5111. mere people. sere all ether togstb.e..tarts .
Ilk* an eagle to ,n! alert of trutJLfelt '. stirred and a lojralty>bf affection/ / i ie ankja-- defense of,' the,Plmplon :tunnel.; This A' J", .( ,. chrons .aa4 leatr f..ro ef-. . igo mallet whet .. .tart

his -beafl weaken aid bis,e7"* : died that,!BjiowsTnTlwerving.A. : fort U 10,000 feet high and I* bettered >.-: ..........: ..." CAPUDINE'Dnt. CA.CR&.I.rwtl 'ale" Ca.ear get _e. U.p u..e.y well. .Ct yea got your. omen.y..h.d.d.

Tier Boca a.aetUfn w'ss te "ecjr onetbatlU fobs. the most,elevated fortified pqint." .(LiquId.] TN ._.1'. ,..etamped.C. Never '.

e, felU win- J..eeicloeelyra'tise.fl '', U so lonely>> M when; the ID tb* ,world.. > . ..1.a. C et Tote.w .pl
darka_ \of loneliness .f a.wt.stUn. tir I ; woman never -, ii..._.-.aIaa i>) .
v. those. tht.ir a. ,1I1q6t ka as a **cr3 aod has a* .=t. to tU it t..' '. .. .
when ,.
"the t Anrj
i.r4.. DJth .- .. ...... 1 '-.,.*, t. ,J -r : i

"ji.. !!.y{t""'tt2Jf." : : .. \. 't. ....,, !o-' '/J"'[' <\\.''' /;'','''''''': ,:''. "JJ.,1.J.."' r f...."7f.. Il.h':, ';>" 'j.1J" l <:;;. '1z: ',''; M ti, rte, ,'i4.It.: ... '" .. ,.f' //', .. ', .t ;. J
t' "f rf : rtf. .! w d : 1 $ d 1i*,. b
r : c a
r oa : '" ,t. . <
...
1iI '. I ,4
.J ,' ',' ' 'j . ; .. .. " ,. 7' ( 'f ., '"' ". ,11.1.1'" ,, ,tl ,
.
'
',- '. .
'f' ;\ ...

'



W P FTOTTP1rtinw '

.m..i Fr' w YIn.MN'T NW. **rtdWA'' *4Wf ii4 .yiIiyutooiu.Ut.ju +S ..wYT b :N ., Y ,. ve
!:'


...,. --------7 r
.'

r r. _ _ _
M' . ., .., -. I 'a 7
- -' -'. --' -

_ f 1l", i V (1tJ UI I JLd"W artti iuTaiiM+M.V' bLAVtHOLDKtt.I TOUCHSTONE' DEMOCRACY., turn would to find the land no dlftoult.ylli'ahjlnlnlr 0"tb6\ lading/ they nor take will us to we sea bade under a captain sealed who.orders.could KALOLACryatallie '

1 I I No human being was ever, more .' The question of the Democratic lead themselves oatheoontrovertlei of this The ggemoofratthatalkindaand has one
t 'T V lf>MOM. NO. II'rqaLMHCD 1 ershlp for 1004 seems tovex the soulsof jlener..t.lon-t.be weak against the no (
severely vilified than the southernI (
V for another.If .
.' EVEBY PMIDAT i I I slaveholder. He was not only mUrepresented' many men who have not the slightest .troDIl' stomach. RepublicAnpollclE" Mlaoral WaterNature'sNstsral

Ofltai In Valley Umetta' Building, to his own countrymen but Idea of supporting the party's, candidate The trimmer may perform a ver* the. then country entrust prefers the reins of powerto ' ......)' J ,
, *, .. of whoever ha may be. Thesemeddler. useful function In periods of dead I
KlMIMMEE.OSCtUUiCOUNTY.rLA. I grossly disfigured In the
I I. eyes If Democratloremedies
the wuole world and marplot are of ,two calm, when the ship of State U In the Republican hands A combination of crystal! containing
.1: : :.'PoaHb. :I kinds... who begin tofear needs no resolute are desired, a truly'Demo-
the 8t'publicans doldrums, aqd therefore the medicinal propertiesOf
He In publicprint
Peohs. never ,. .
., B. BAJLR.I8 } .r.peared. Roosevelt \. reincarnationof V oratlo should\ b& .
W. > except: He was that helmsman have Quack'sbread the waters of four noted mineral -
.. I always lank and cadaverous; he those! pseudo-Democrat It. is'not so when the huge cr..tt.I. ITo Let. us no more pf the without spring. Cures Constipation ,

tl ....."..J..E.. ._POUND... .Editor..-- wore long lean hair and straggling beard who believe that wisdom will die with the straits menaced by breaker .n I'a ;' thought pills and pf the poison patients-by turn, disease.The -. Indigestion Stomach Kidney "
.. boot and slouched hat their Idols. storm clouds. In that eventthere I ; Liver and Bladder troubles, -
Bnteid at tae FMtofflo la IU.sfmm. Flam bit a of this kidney Is but
N Y eooad...... U m&u r.aabacrlbet a revolver wa buckled around hi1 We need hardly say that the choice supreme need for, a navlgatorwhoirvision practitioner advance _. .
agent.eNew -----
waist ..nda whip was in his hsnd. will not He with these officious patriots let, keen whose nerves are o .he undertaker's
a ,\I will ploane notify tb. offib' If He always thirsting1 for who by their own account,enacted the steel, and whose knowledge of the chat Orleans Tlme..D mocr..t. "Tak. KstoU Six Days sad k
wa gore.
',I they fall to get the roruiarlr.dOLaaauaualoatlona role of Brutus In the elections of 181MJ sh..t.I' '
paper wtthquTTTflaw.. No Ir : 1
chewed Is Est Asytnlai Yo WI.t,
_.C..' from our amborUd The typical I southerner tobacco Send us. your Job Printing.,
.
i eorr.1pood.Pt. Dauat >*Trtrn. pilotn_. - -- ---- !
that sackcloth and ashes will -- - ---
&Je0M4_DUel''.will Dot be returned -uollleVI ... He used language He that treated grated his on slave the be t.helI'ab/ of the six millions who DR. M O .F F' ETT'S A teaspoonful dissolved in 'aglass
for.Th polished ear. :
voted for Mr. la those makes delightful
Bryan both a -
r .litor. li I not reipontlble for opinion expondcnta. Inhumanly"':' frequently subjectingthem of water F
.1'.e4 '......... to cruel torture and death memorahle contests.. aad Inexpensive asperient..
Adv.rll.lpg. -mar be had on application! The '.outhern ulaveholder except, Rather 1,. it to be'supposed that this .
when, bi*nb.tt behavior; electorate will think and act for r. Pries SOt aid $1.00.. 4
itself
put
upon .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. If has lesson
gat history any on
On*copy,one ,..,.OO was a fiend incarnate. such points, we. must Infer that the 'For dale atoll] drug stores' or",
mouthr.n..r.v.vm'... .W And yet this man wa the author of sent mall,postage paid on .
4)ne lx by
cop will
) Republican become
,. Ooe 0007, throe monlb..'I'n ... ...,';;.-,. .8ft, \the Declaration ''pf Independence party more (TEETHING POWDERS/ ) receipt pf price.
y was bommander-Iu-chtet of The army Republican, ,Become and the Dom9Crat.loparty af afammflBBBafaT II.....II......., Art_to.pL is. *!L .
of the colonies'-at the time of the will more Democratic, .. xl.tbedl.l 0eehwa. iMnt "x6el..d red an,.....for.10..11I. pI-'I- KALOLA COMPAHT.Ssvaaask." .
r Friday, July 10, 1603. as roll on. J a.aL W.!r .fof Arta.w . ba.SPY..dekudr.wlu..I it. 1'10..._46'.l.dr I. ....
theyears '
revolutionary stimrgle; he wa in .eerwneu. .reTass/J'.wo.derb.w..., ws .... ......... . Cs.
ud S si s et> .1.
A. Of fact the differences + cc
command of the army at Lund) VLane .. a mattel _............4IU.a".J'Io.d p..bat ..binf.kM SP.. did..''-1 SSFSSSSSSSSp.rt.etr
The Pope Of Rome, 'If not already and at New Orleans: he' was at between the rival organisations are sues ... .....a*e**lwtbw a rMale, ',..mb..1. {jooooobooooooooooeooooooti
..
.
congenital and pierce the very nar- Mss trufMti .
.
'of -the
the head of bot.h'wlDlr armyin .
dead is lying at death door with an their -" --- -
its march through Mexico and ; row of b4>lng. = V .
attack of pleurisy. battle that A fanatical lover of the-'Hub' once
in all the
was conspicous
declared that Boston was not a place, ..
brought'glory to the American'armsin
l A company to be known as the but a state of-rnlnd. It may likewise V
V !1 Clyatt Cattle Company has been orr the land of the Aetecs. be affirmed that Republican and V
ganlied with headquarter at OaJnei- This man, 'caricatured at 'a barba- Democracy .are not mere badges to be
Ville, ralan wa an ococupant of. the white worn or discarded at pleasur.but are
Tbe company propose to raise,, buy house almost consecutively for fifty habits of thought which draw thinker'sin
and sell cattle and live stock two year before- the outbreak of the opposite directions just 'as the ---"It" ... :, ; 'I':':' .
horses civil war. centripetal and centrifugal' forces \ ,' hi . ,'.. '';,. ':N<,:i','" V
The burning at the stake of a negro The conduct of Lhat.war't.elll la Uraw material. Uiimrs toward 01" : '. to',< c.; .
t In-Delaware the other day I. proof otters of gold and pictures of river away from .the earth's'il center. This n. 'j ot'
conclusive that wherever-such crimes the manner of man he was. You no view of the'case is exceedingly well .- ', -. ' \
"'are committed for which the brute In longer have to go to Thermopylae, put by Mr; Bryan in a letter whichhe -'

'_ 0M this tntssncspaid his life In the most laiaklava or the Bridge of Lodi for recently, addressed the New .. . Tel
,
horrible manner possible- delay. at deed of bravery that quicken the York Independent: -- A,"
the hands of court will not be- to- heart' pulsation* I into patriotic fire. "The difference upon'theVmoneyquestion I
..
tcV lerated. ''The crime for which the 'negro And this man too, contributed his among those who understanditp ... '

t was burned to death was assaultIng ull quota in makingour -judiciary-. ; was not so much a dllTerance-of ')
and .t..bblllLw.de..t.1I Miss Helen he boast and pride of our country, opinion as-a'dlfferance of sympathies, I ,-. -- . ... .. .,
$. Bishop. There were said to. have The best blOod 'of France,. Scot- and that difference exists to-tltiy aa it ;- :. ...
been more than four thousand people land. Ireland and flows did"thE'n.II :. .
a+., f n the mob.-Desto County News. through the veins of thisman-Imrol- This. Is but another. 'aY..of Bayingthat I ,
pi grants from the depraved and crlml- __ J/i
t Jeopard-i -recognized
\ a 1'O' by '
Prof Tom F.-JtfcBeath, editor of the sal classes of Europer..rely.fouDd lodgment his. unchangeable spots. c ( / .. .. : .' I '
School'Exponent;' and the head of the in the southern states. It U.indeed perfectly true that the

Grammar School of.,Duv..l..count.Yr And what was the reputed sin 'bf, silver question, terribly Important In p.u'. .. ,
V'V'V V '
the southern slaveholder but one ofnheritance. '
goes to East Florida .Seminary as Itself. was but one item on a long pro
professor of Greek and Latin. He .. I gram. For-the demonetisation of the ,
will also be In charge of. the Summer At the time of the separation from white metal stripped of all techn"'a.II-

School for South Florida .teachers, England and the setting up a few a new lies simply stood for the capitalist's 1 r .
to open at Klsslmmee on tbe 13th met government these shores slavery eternal \hunger after the unearned In- I

,. to continue two months.- This Is the listed in every colonial state. crement. So too, advocates of a prohibitive
Summer School for Volusla'' teachers If, indeed,-slavery be a sin 1L..da ten tariff Meek an unfair advuut-

j.f Attend; and wlll.be one of the ,bent 'In back,to. the time of the- Pentateuchand age.and lo\'ers'ol government by injunctiomwould ,
.
? ...,.[.',- the 'State \ll'ear.-Record.. it..stain .has- marred every nationIn prostitute public powers ,. .
li toprl vlitE'ends Betweentlleneliellevers
.\ Governor'' Jennings surprised the The southern slaveholder Inherited In utterly) opposite cteeds there cnn be l l'T'he > '

"t, boys again on ,the Fourth by saying I be did not establish, slavery--anti neither compromise nor reconciliation. .

'nothing of,,hi. Intentions as to then I what isjhe. account of his stewardship .- There a great gulf Is fixed in human

,; Senatorial race In his speech at Ta- ? and nature andwillenduretothelast, syllable
"
,
Finding the negroes"sgvages, -
of recorded time. The struggle of ,
;va..... He Is still keeping, his own' sometimes cannibal., he made thema HK>4 will! turn on the old Issues, thoughthey J

,,t":counsel. and., Incidentally? 'does not.. docile and-a-happy people.4Ie edb fed'! be modified as to outward form. r
and clothed them.He -nur
Intend to be turned from his course. by buried the dead. He adralu- For our part we, care little about
sick and \
the personality of the Democratic
s/" any clamor that may arise. Istered to the needs of the aged a DO:'
mamlne
that he
\. provided only re-
the dumb the
the infirm. The deaf the for which the
; The DeSoto County Advertiser, pub- blind and the halt were never a charge pre1ypt6 principles
;
J'
huMit fI'j'bt.lt it Is to have the
party !
of j
': fished at Zolfo; by T.- B.' Hattig,. has upon the Rtate.' of-the The negro and watt i there indeed slightest Watm to'the suffrages of the Style a Dorothy Dodd. :
a part family
l'1). made its appearance. It 'Is a" neatly grew up between them the warp and Atthecouneilboardof

printed boot ,quarto "' evl- woof of an exacting and tender sym. Oeorre..W( Kli-;

.t ,. ''dence'ln' well-filled advertising' columns p Churches embodied ington there.sat ideas two whichare Masterful men cont.em.porary who- IN""EXPEJSrSIV""E: : _

; 1 '. 'that ft.will fill'a long. felt want were erected for the. with the the race\itself. These' ,

"' :'>.\ and from Its editorial and local pages slaves and on every weal given regulated the plants.lion benefit men were Alexander Hamilton and

\ .....'we judge that it'will soon win'a place orthetches they of were the Christian religion Thomas la Jefferson. Hamilton's name The woman wjiosc capacity for style ex

," ,for itself Intha Confidence and esteem and. the example of benign\ living. synonymous centralized with administration special! privilegesand of ceeds her capacity in dollars will find
Here's The master made it a part of his Inheritance -
*! thn of that section. .
: people ,
\ governmental functions while Jeff
fi 4o11rh.nd' to curb the savage Instinct that the style of a "Dorothy Dodd" shoe
Bro. Hartlgmay you..And erson's renown rests! / his defenseof '
upon
and of the slave.It \
;". ;Nisi.' Advertiser live Iopgand! prosper. was brutaFpassiunu indeed rare that a negro -either the many against. the few. If those gives her foot all the. distinction of a CIIS' ;
.
pre-eminent statesmen; could now re- tom measured
in the
"' bond or free ever figured courts .
,1! John Hester of' Mlcanopy, of tb% country charged with a brutal shoe '.The'styleofaDorotlly
,
el the' following remedy forstaggers offense "and the judicial! executioDsamonJl'

; to the Times-Union of them could be counted on theIps We I Doddhrs 't
to deliverIIOLEVVVI
are prepared
.' date: .. of one's were made fingers.Laws for. the protection. become pro ".9verbial. ..

,: -"I have noticed In your paper re- of the slave and their violation by the ,It is a .. '
'flMUly a number of horses dying with master were often followed by. swift.. '

.by blind my tagger.father that I have was never remedy known used to Largely and] condign a factor punishment leading up to tlie I t tto shoe that -preserves the natural outlines J.

'fait tctCU1'e; 'I hope''ou-wtU 'publish .
.bl-o-U-may of benefit to-others. separation of t.he-s8ltlon.; l the I : of the foot, yet actually makes it look a -
c clash of arms finally came so Implicitwas
"One pint of whiskey 60 'grains of the faith of the master in the a.ny.pa.rt of the city at the full size' smaller. . -
.>, 'quinine and one beef gall If It can ghad. '
of the slave that be entrusted
loyalty following I 6'w p r i c'e s : !
.-.'lt relief does not come In half
his his daughrs -
to his protection wife,
,AylV jan, hour;repeat the* dose.*' and his home"and rarely waa the No Other Shoe Is Dcs1un. hike It. t tI.

Commenting on the above an. ex- rust betrayed.So $1.00

."'D.e'. this--remedy would be benign was the teaching and SOOpouiulsror* When'youc: foot is tired dont put cn a slipper; put on A '

' valoaM*Incase }blind. staggers, so beautiful t.he'eJample.: of the master 200k .7f EOROTH CODD." It hugs the foot around the instep :
hat when! the alave was eventually .
called,'happened to('be caused by_acute made free\ those who wire most active 100 t ..40 and rests every other. : part of it. It saves fifty

: tedlgea44o4 red, a resultant cerebral In vilifying the master solemnly proclaimed r o 6d .20 per cent foot fatigue. They cost $b.CO.

f *;affection:kin to cerebro-splnal :,mln- from their! places In authority 20 '* fit .10 un

lagtii.;" But.,If the "blind hat the newly. .made freeman wan '
staggeraooancod fitted for the responsible duties of 10.6b 05 J 'fPj has (
be' .un.t.i-ok.--al-.ome C. W. Dann the Shoe .cxclu p
r / ,to ; peo- citizenship and the ballot, and with man,
'r./ple'sonkMimes apply this- mfsnomer it the wand of legislative judicial and I sive sale.

; ,|.hl< r w.0y:.would not be particularly exec t.lve authority was placed in his '
'epW M+ ; hand for making and administering Prices on Ton Lots or more 4- REMEMBER we are giving away a 75 Dollar Buggy abso- ,

.. q he laws in the land of ,Ms former furnished.: on application i i -
'j, '0/ ; 'ucly: free. Tickets with each 50 cent Cash Purchase.CALL .
; have his randage. I .....,.- I
L J IA _._1 .. f. .
1:plantread' And what U the fruit of his ,freedom 4-
.. ; for operation
the ...raI..II. ana will be preparedandHmer ? Ring up Phone 15.when your: .
Separated from hU former roaster '
neat for tho.farmer cooler or refrigerator needs ,
iJp cure ::
Suwannee for ..... by bad. advice and .wore politics
county a. refilling. .
still his early lessons abide with -
Till will be
e- plant a him so strongly that the old slave asa ON I
to this section and will
rule Is still docile and diligent, but .
...:.':arable our farmers to cure meat for eGic' .;. .:;.. .
.
.,";..home nee, as' well as for the market the llvlngjn Instances destitution are not and rare distress.where he is W.. B. Makinson Co. FOR .i'g," FOR __ ;
weet, meat, better and
;; pure more
I
Out of .the what of
.Ssfadlesome" than : In8uwaDDee younger negroes .
.; meats >shipped II
them .
'tor .- 'Democrat.. They are keeping the courts busy. . I fLOTlloT"
,
r ;A'oojd. storage plant: Is one thing They are filling the jails and the pen - --I KA'iDFY600USI.'V

'? that i...eeded here to develop the Poll'lribUiws' itentiaries. They feel that the white Georgia ZantJiern a. Florida

; r the livestock, industry of man Is his natural enemy and give!

r hi 1..community. Without a doubt awes yent home to is their worst, passions* The RAIIAW.E:: : .-yo : .
no longer sate. The wives .
i ...'Jlne landl'fol"' grazing pun and the daughters need protection 8UWANEB RIVER ,ROUTE. :\(" '1. j'j'J '

........--/as the State afTprd.ryet+mit lit the-highways. The little girls and' indeed SCHEDULES' IN EFFECT JANUARY 4. 1WM.LvPalRtVa : :'- r
--Js ured hereby reason;of tbe'we need protection going returning
f
.
) from'school.- Dixie Flyer'. Quick Step .
scarcely1 ever; have ,sum .. .. ... ../'. ft\ Unpin oOOam -----"'- .
In '
that where 'wholo
section : :
/
oceanso'f .
.. .. ,
( bold weather for It: to be cured crocodile tears were shed for him I.v Jaekannvilla .. ._-S on t> in 7 M a m i . < r >. .. -
.. .. . / .
ArValilonUArTlftmi II 1/1 p In 10 M
a m
l
*fully. This maybe obviatedi the negro cannot obtain honest labor . . .. 12/Aam 12npln
i method suggested above which and for giving play to his brutal passions ArCor.lele. . . II ell a m 12: p m 1b; Formula tells the story : : "!
:. [ put Into would put our far- is burned at the stake! ArU.con..8I11oalll,. ; 4JO D m

,. -en in,a a position where they could In view'ot these facts has not the' '. Atlauu.o. ore.a.Ar. :, . ... 72.5aa 7 4Sp m
..MIl thousands o'f pounds _W88t., reader of history reachedthe. oonclutlon ,. B, O. rr. L. I Grove's Chronic Chill
uI'JI,....t"1 at any season 6( the year" 'that. the world owes the southen AfCbattauooga: ,VV. .... I ton I' m "i'nn'am4u Cure
ArKashvllla. S
8
Mpmto
a m.
r .:whenever 'the market condltlunltip slaveholder an abject and unconditional ! 1I.U CENT. 6.I V.Arft. I
tipsters for, {t.. > ,> apology! :,, . lie deserves to occupy a place alongside " . 11 Plant: -_ Fluid Extract PERUVIAN
.. BARK Fluid
.
L. a R. a.ArLnulivilla. Extract POPLAR
BARK
,. t.IIY.Tortllrect.
: I .
the
4' Bible patriarchs.-Ocala Ban . IMam 12
''A'oaee orate id light that for perils ner. .'> ArC'Incliyiatl, ...,. ... 7.1uam! OSpra R5pm: Fluid Extract' BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY A5H, BARK
o. oil. I."
and unmerciful. torture'au per- ArChlbago' ': .... .... SteamSolid ----- Fluid. Extract DOG WOODBARIC Fluid -Extract SARSAPARILLA
vie Weo equaled Joe 'Golof For !;aaJe. : '
f Coluaa, Calif, writes., For 15 I'. Tmlnafrnm train Ta'atka from Jadlmonvllle. to Macnn. It Cures.the Chills that other Chill
J.' ured Insufferable pain from One'Srnallejr l No.,''6 draff saw. ,and tratuagoIngnarth from eonneetat'Valdo.tawhit Jaeknonrllle. Tonics 'Don't Cure. '
.
MB and nothing relieved me two 't 7 foot sawone''Peacock; ..woodsplitter local .1"1'.'" on Dixie invar train for Ma 1E'e Best General Tonic. No Cure
No
con remalnliiK In depot until 7:110 a, ra. . ... : ,Pay.I Prico SOc. .
I tried Iciown. IaoI' 62' inch wheel 4 .. .I _ .
Dugh, everything fly Inch : '. Pullman linnet' Bleeptnv Cam from Jack HODrllld == --- .1 __ J._
i Elecfj-lo!: Hitters and Its axle;;, one Peacock wood spHtterjlcomplete ; to BU lyonln TK! MiiOTa route without
..... earth for that ; ebaOgeetranno-DixieNVIJer alMrPull.nan'a . '
medicine tr.lu.
on
: =iMaftlng, pulleys-'tcnd oonneetlons ..... .14H'Ipera' .OD lame train to Chicago '
ible. A few bottle of It completely )
Cure
; Cold
wltliontfthanKe. .o in One
-allnewand used but IHtlo. a ;,,
.ved aod cured met",Just aB jrood ; Kor: .cbduies DQIItbbcJund and other infor- J Day'Careecrip'ftt. '
Liver..and .Kidney trouble and Splitters guaranteed to split any kind mallvn..ddrer \ .. I
al 'debility.' 'Only 50c.-Badsova of woodThe-lot-I. offered.J bou' r --DUlrlotPaMenger-.TT- ,_ Ager'l.-Jni'J'"H; ::RAP"I'Ia-r.-W. Bar Bi.. -Taiw: Laxatiye'Br,: Q1o Quinine Tablets.'orni

i fcruaranteed by OsceoU Phann- 6Q per cent oflt.I value. ,-interested Or '' " J.ckaonvilletFla- on everyii'
communicate with the Valley Gazette C. B.BnoBM- ,, 0a.o..t Sven Mimoa I 1 boz sold hi past la rDOatJaa.I I This mature t9J'WL. box
.
f....o.er Agent Macon Oa. .
o J ,-, 2).
a'e ',
t. .i 4-f, ;d i
eau' 'f:" '
.
'. ,
'. y. '"
.\ '. "
,,, sae .
l "'3 .
;4" 's fill, ;h: I ', '.,. ,, ... , .. ',.'" .1.,1.' ., ,j:, ...
Jy, .' . . II" . ..' , ." . ',",. " .... I." '!, "n':, 'q" ,'.'



I

tJi--ii-ii'r-rr


.... ,\,. *' '(_:V' *' yl-" '--+.w.w.errw.- wu++-.n. "m ux.mwwix...- - er-r "is.'::::':wee.rw 7wr- x.'I' iw,enwwr rw-:----. ::" rwr s.nr: '-..wt' .wvwry ._- -" a".ww '+evxn r.v
---
-
"" ..
1 ."
-
,
"
TUG Klsslmnrce Val 8U Gazette Wad, ths tuner.,Orlando. William, Kalpe, 'of Quakerstown, Prof.BwV+ DeBeere,,whir has beenrepresenting i 1. lstsldj of LyitohIas.. Rev l" ,,$.. Weller of JaokSonrf/Jb ', ,

I Read our Business Locals I 1:'..., has been In our town for'several Robert.:&, Sherman of I r. During the' pasV twenty-one .7.....1 did at hit home,;'In Jacksonville very '

__ 'TKLkpHOblKNO.11._ iHIM _____' JT. N. Tsyjor' represented KiI.I nin.. day this week.. He has valuable prop Tampa, la this place for the past two S.233 persou have been lynobed in, ,ddenly last.Monday.; He was well t,
H a la *B>l *iaklBMBMaW HMM.MIl.Mn' B at the celebration at Arcadia, the .erty here which lie Is looking after. months has been transferred' by -his when the" States: In t.Ie year, 1_, known throughout State and nev Hof a
on viggIlantes
PUBLISHED EVERY KKIDAY In Colorado
firm to Jacksonville. During his stay and ( .
death. be ...1 Ted
L*. .T,. 4thv;, Judge and Mrs. O.,, F. Parker returned here be has by his straight dealingsand Montana were active extraordin j lyls will sadely by

POUND A HAHMI e.J Attorney J. N Taylor attended to home from Sumter, S. C. last pleasant address made a very favorable ary'large number of Synobing. occurred 1,,his numerous friends'' (n

., [ professions In Sunday.A Impression our people and mostly of. white men,' despatchedfor -'
matters Orlando'ueaday.
OHUHOH blKKOTOKT.IfmioDiiT his departure U much regretted. ' I depredations on 'property.! In189X -< )-w
r- shooting affray between two turpentine the numerous lynchiogs that 1.

>>. OIllI7I1OII.-Pt.aohtDI. each, 8aViMtb The bicycle shop Is closed and will hands at Campbell broke the ANMNrNN1A occurred wre, 'In the 'south, me vie
and -o.oiock.
11 m. Prayer IIIID*
vary Tha""' ." 4 > p. m. BabbtihBflhool not be opened under the>, same management. monotony apd disturbed the peace,!' of urns beings for for the most part negroes, ,' '
crimes
/r1 Bandar morntu'. "' that usually peaceful community 'last Business Locals | lynched against toe per1 1 lr J S.
P. UIIu.: Putor.lumrr . L I son... Mr. J. Elbert Cutler a post.
CHUMO.-O. J. rrir. Putor. Pr. Monday. When the smoke of battle graduate student of Yale who bar
.. .
Bandar iii, and T Bolloway came from
Preachln.er
p. m. up patter's
Touut! peor'.'. nMttDf ',80 r, m. Sunday. had blown aw..y'one of the combatant been making the first scientific study. Mt.
and +
School/.4t a. m. Prayer. m..tln..ryThan. spent Sunday' last. with,his familyin whose name we have failed to learn - of lynohlngsr Bud that.,,. contrary to. ; n :;)
dayTp.ra. Yf.1lor.alwaye .''OOID.. this place. t Standard Pattern at KaU's. the received opinion, almost as many 5 YFIRST ,
HT. JOHB'S. EriaooFAt CIIt'IIORa.lct I). was fqund to have been struck by, a white men have been
Xldil. ftoctor. B rrlo... on lha tooond Rundny The VTf C. T.: U. will hold Its regu. bullet e..ch.ln "' .. lynched as negroes. r
the leg and arm, nuking For real bsrgsin.'go. to Stanford's. Only 61
of the month .Morning nrlo* at 10:80 'lar monthly meeting at Mrs B. JT, women have thus
o'clock Evening larrloat 7UK o'clock. only flesh wounds.. His adversary, been putto'death without trlaL Inj
O'Qulnn's .July 15.-Sect..Mr. \20( .* PtU.TiWA., ..CxvaoxrDlvln.'worabtpon.very Will "lit shuck" thewoodeand' 1 yd-4 Sheeting, Stanford the south l'081 negroes were lyncncd I
across
Drat Monday and third Sunday Jn each . and Itlrl.: W B.-. Harris. and Muor a goods.arriving a aDd 693 whites. 'Jbe.t: ge er&"lar 1.
month. Morning aarvlc at 11 -mi a':, Even' has kepi his 'whereabouts New Ou e Brat that where ,
'
,' | .r.lo. at 7:00 p. m. Sunday Bobool ., children: visited Capt. C. M.Frazure's ton'*.' "-7-- there 'are many legal ,
if /:4e. m. O. K. aarrloa at *:lft p. m. Prayerm Xarooossee a mystery ever tlnce.: \ -. executions there are fewer lynchlngs.
..tln, Tbunday..nln,1 matoordtaltyIflIlbd. . at ':00 end p. m. K:.. ,,family\ at this week. The wool,clip o""f this section .U becoming Fine line box' paper just received..t Since llW thete has been a steady
.ryb7Ii <
Mr. and lIfr.. W. Dann'a_ deorease' in these violent cmtbreaka.
.r.tee..' F. O. RAILBY Putcr. S. Graham ofMulberry to be a factor of no "
AUX lUviDao*. SnpU of I. .. ..,. spent a day or 'two of the mean.pro- Call and Ouloe & The United Statoi have spent half a
Bratton's
portions In this community. Duringthe'current see newgoods. million dollars
for the,
. ,. .. .. week here indemnity of A CLASS DRUGSTORE_: .
-- wjth the of Mr.
parents week the Waters & Carson , ,. foreign subjects who have beeu
: Official Weather Report.Avaa.ea . Graham. _." |.t.j Grocery Co'-: has purchased 20,000 Ibs. .Try a pair of solid Battle Axe Shoes, I lynched \within their' borders.: The is a boon to any' community' ; ,
.. of
r T nn..111I.AtOms... -July WE /. 1908.KwTOTMDAV Mrs. Bale and children, of Gainesville for which they paid *4,000. Messrs. at Gull & Brattou's';, majority oooured In negro December lynchlngs', whenmany' have whets anything in the line of

after''a pleasant visit Rull Bass Joe Stratton, Sam Storey Jelly glassed l and' fruit jars at Colored, people abuse the opportunities high grado,toilet articles,,rubber '
..u. )ID. .f..IceFriday. among friends and relatives In-thU A. J. Whldden and Dan Stokes Thompson's.. of the Christmas season and ,goods and, sundries .of all
.
- place left for their home Monday were the sellers.. When It Is' remembered .. run to riotous excess. kinds can' be found. and

......,... IUI 10 .:.. night that the Industry has .been en Ouloe Summer& Bratton's.clothing. reduced. In price at Hpr Terror where physicians': prescriptions .
.......... flight ,'
.I 110 72ecn4q.
........... 'I ,. .i... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson have gaged In her but a few year-.It will I f '" and,family recipes are
Mooda7 ....i,..... III n' the sympathies of the .of this be seen that it bears a possibility that Stanford has just what you .want In 1 would cough nearly all the night compounded' with'"' scrupulous
'' ""PIOd.,........... 'I' 71 ::1:. people new style Oxford's. long," writes Mrs.Chas. Applegate, of 1
wedueld.7. ....... 111I' 72Tbur.4av. .... community in their bereavement caua- reaches out almost beyond com'prehen.lon. Alexandria, Ind.. "and could hardlyget care. and from pure, fresh
....... 1 71 .n,. by the death of one of their children We learn that representatives Box paper. .from Bo to OOo per box at.pann. any-sleep. Iliad consumption so drugs.Everyone in the coun- T!

I. A. 8IMI'SON..r1.t' last Saturday. 'of both a Jacksonville and, Baltimore '... bad that If I walked a block I would ty knows that it can.always be *
firm were here for the purposeof cough frightfully and spit blood, but found at the i 3WHY
1
Attorney n.J. Seymour of Miami An up-to-date line of Men's Straw. when all other medicines failed three /
for Insertion of advertisements buying this wool the
Our rates ,and biddingfor Hats.at Stanford's.Another .
1.00 bottles of Dr.
spent a portion of the week attending King's New Dis
among the reading matter on to professional matters In Klsslmmee. It was vcrysptrlted for, a time. lot Of 'Dorothy ppddV' CO'Very"'bolal cured me and I gained Klssjmmee Drug Co."
Is cents line each Insertion. ., \ 68 It'. '
this ten per pounds. absolutely I'uaran-j
page flf there la one.questlon that should
His friends here were pleased to see shoes just received at Pann's.
teed to '
; cure Coughs, Colds; La Gripe. '
the and .
) him on our streets again.., engage serious thought' con- Stanford Is sole agent for Douglass Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung I Originators NOT jr mitale"; m mt
) Cattle shipments for the'' week past sideration of the people of thistown Shoes at Klsslmmee. .... Troubles: ;Price Wo and $1.00. Trial : ;
000000000000 It Is'that of fire protection; either by a Bottles free at Osceola Pharmacy. -
have been 55 cows and calves by Rull .
system of water works or other apparatus - ,;"Dorothjr-Dodd" shoes have the y- -
News. Bass and Howard Lykes to Cuba and .
:Local As It Is nowonoe a fire start style Sold only by Dann.
. one car load of beeves by W. B. Ma '
.- :... ; burns Is left for '
': It until nothing more Try alnof Queen Quality Shoes.
klnson to Fred Worth, Tampa. .
It to teed upon, and there Is nothingthe Sold until by'Stanford.Subscribe : a

.-:..---:;....:... Mrs. M..Katz and her sons, tIoward people can-do when It OhM get a ) s
and left for the for'"The Designer: at80cts ,
-- Edgar, yesterday: hold more than to stand'"about and -
at KaU's.
'Phone wants. per year
us your
mountains ,
of North Carolina where
.
.r. admire Its- grandeur. Apparatus Is .

We'll do toe running they will spend the remainder of the too 'Cheap nowadays and the propertyhere Fresh Reeves Mutton A Woods' Phone 61.Fridaysat 'i it

.. summer with. headquarters at Blowing too valuable for It to be longer

KISSIMMHB DRUO Co. Well. exposed to "risk where one Of two Subscriptions received for "The Deg ,
-= ------- P. signer" at 800 per year.. At Xata'..- .
The ttev. David Kldd will bold fires that might occur woujcldestjrOT ,-" .>>

.' Wm. Harwell came over from Ovel- morning and evening services InTTVe several times the amount necessaryfor Stanford has -just' received a new : mus

do to spend the 4tH In liUslmmee. Episcopal bhurch next Sunday. The a first class qulpmentr. Our city lot of Spring: Dress Goods. Call and

Mrs. Robert Bass left-last-night( fora morning service, with Holy Conmun- dads would Imiportallfee themselves by see them., l' ..v"Dorortby ft55rg4 ?1 A Uf.IV'I I

visit to friends pt Lougbman. lon, begins at 10:30: o'clock; evening t.aklnir.thla matter up and maklDapro-. Dodd" Shoes are'fully .

service.at, 7:30: o'clock.W. visions for..Qm, systematic method"of guaranteed ,you take no risk.Sold .f-
Mr. O. B. Howie of Ocala Is here Dann. 'FAMOUS?
only by
looking after bin Interest In the cattle .. S. J. Carr has bought, from C. fighting and controlling this element. ,--- ., S
buginess. A. Carson the block lying between the Preparing for war in time of 'peace Is The handsomest line of_Spring and Because they have stood every test for'durability' style'
residences of Messrs. Bullock and Carson an efficacious way of preventing war; Summer'Dress Goods ever Offered.in '
and comfort t of
prominent citizen Kali's. at.year8 service haye subjected them tcnand
Rufus Jordan, a and will soon erect a handsome and two-thirds the losses from fire are town at ;: ,

of folk county, was here. a day or tWo residence Thereon. This' will add much saved to those' towns equipped. for We atadow: -bandllnr', 'some extra have met ever/requirement thereof to.the'entire satisfaction, of, '

of the week. .' to the, attractiveness of South J
_Mrs. Barn Barber and children re mee. Mut.ton-at our market.. Call up pbolle6.Land' They are therefore famous for the three' qualities 'that 'must be,
.1 Jersey Mil( Cows For. Sate' a-Ive us a trial order.
turned In yesterday from, a visit to relatives Mr. and.Mr. A. L. Chandler and C. Dr'an-of Valdosta, Ga., Is here ," IteevesWoodST combined in shoe. entitle it'to.any consideration ft all, Ma*

Tampa Misses Alma Bass and Eunice Lee attended with &'car load of nice Jersey cows Stove,Wood.I *" ny'branda of shoes look ,well;\ many a

John Parker has moved his ahoe the 'State Convention of the for sale cheap. Enquire. for him and We will furnl tt-Stove'Wooddeliv- haya 'one of more of these 'poInts' of
Into the building recently vacated '
hop MontICello .
Epworth League at last see his cows. : ered to any part of town- at,:1.00 per excellence well developed and< are ,really
'p by Mr. Fennel.' week. 'J'hi-nest; session of the Convention Strand. ..' MAYNARD LUMBER CO.a..NowtNaaN..a.Maa.. .
Irll. Porter and children -and Mr. will be held In Ktssimmeedur Midland Matters . < . .. good shoes! but none have the

II T. Butler ana Master Joe Butler ing the year 1904. ., Wedding bells, again: Miss Battle r. .i t three developed to that degree that.

I' are visiting In St. Petersburg. The City A.'selBowill be In the Lewis and Charley Coleman were DOCTOR! :: I III puts them in.the same class as the ,

A Mr. 'Bryant of Valdosta, Ga., has City Hall unt.n.ju1. 2Ot.b.fo.r. the purpose married at Carson.Lakemont on July bride''aod, btfunsey / = = Queen Quality.., They1 are unapproach-

been here a dayor two,with a carload of listing property for taxation 'The' \NNNws . = ed, and so. far unopproachabltf, by '
'Jersey cows, which'he Is off rlnj'for If[ you are interested., pleasa call. If groom .are stopping. at the home of the r
\'. rlde's aunt,"Mrs. D. W Stokes; = 'competitors..: ,Of.course' we,. keep a :
n' :'J' .:'i ; and do not call when >
Il'V" ; 7- not ,
: you you go s '
M r, 'and.Mrl.... ;;..Oulce' ,and '.Miss' '00 Lucy. to pay your H taxes, don't 'say. your Mrs.Nancy Howell, who, prlor'to ..' ,Be, Sure to i full supply of al| styles[ on hand.. r

;', ?' Clork.oii1I left'yoMerdeyk'to'ijendtthe!\, \ > property)' was not assessotl high enough. his, has been living near" Fort Meade :have ill Their fame "'a.t'not made by,not does '

remainder'f the.summer amongtheir -' The Epworth League will give an ,will make Midland her homo .In- fu- my i iI I it apply'to one style; or one price of.

friends and relatives in Georgia. "'Echo of. the -Slate\ League Conference ture. She and her little granddaughter them The' "Queen Quality" trademark ,
are now visiting at her brother's', on a.ny'shoe is a guarantee .that
Mr. C. Buckles!!, who has been engaged ,'" which was held in Montlcello a W..Stokes but will .soon' be ,
1 they
few' days since, Sunday night. July\ p.; ; P PltE IiP1I! it is the best., Summer weights and
Oveldo has
at '
tor time ,
( some 12th in theMethodist. church atthe settled in their borne near Jnp.' God- 1 -- ,styles-new orkhandWe: 1fcviteT< our; {
"
rc'iurnoJTo Klinlnimp* atld'duringZhenext .
wins.
usual hour of service. All the friendsof lady friends, : enqulreforthetn.FOR .
few days will resume. operations the young people are cordially Invited :Mr.,.and Mrs. D. W Stokes areaway I\ filled at the I ., _, _,___ ," ,lU .. :
at his box factorhero. on a trip to Klsslmmee this week.

Mes..: Xlughey'& Bratton .returned to be present. Justness matters called Mr. Stokes to .SALE; IN KISSIMMEE' ONLY. ,

home a few Jays ayo wiili :375-htail-ef Jane Nelson, an Industrious' and 'town, and his wife took' advantage. of IOSBEOLJI! ppiBY{ I

slipetp which they have disposed of to careful negro woman recently ought I he occasion to visit her' .Sister. there, ; ; H.o.0. Stanford

llobert Partln one of the countyV a lot In'.Florida' Land & ImprovementCo's who'ii'erous11l1l.. : ,

meat successful farmers and stock rats Addition, for which she paid spot We have had a fair amount of rain I.I = .
or.. ciiah. She Intends to build a house here during the past week. The plant- for all prescript'ns -I ., I _:_ -- .- ,,, :, 'l" " ).. "

upon It very soorii; Her example of sweet has begun. E '' In Klsslmi{
lug potatoes bow
TH6 Originator pi Prices ,
Tno friends of Mr. and Mrs. 1 there ,
many should be Imitated by others of herrace. still i. : I ,
Beggar-weed are
Ohi..... Mcfver will\ regret to hear of ,; and-cow.pqas "
tie' death of their youngest; daughter being planted. Orange trees are look- are filled 'by; a:
Until which occoured at Ft. Meade Marshal McPhatter arrested Chas. h'ile'well' -'

Wednesday July' 1st Mrs. Molver Mincy, colored, upon."'the' streets last The "ever glorious Fourth"-p ailed ,
is a slater of W. Z. Halley. quietly here. A few of the younger I r
very
1 Monday for cal'r1lnaconcealed weapons. I Registered I
The Fourth wa celebrated .t.h As the pane atralnst him admit- element went away to 'celebrate l bur, VVVVVV VVVVV i V VI '

people of the. Boggy Creek neighbor: ted of no defense" arid as there were no home.nearly .everybody lllllfe Montsdoca stayed. who soberly spent at Pharmacist.'NUFFSED" -\v

hood In 'picnic and barbecue. Horse palliating circumstances,'Judge Johnston holiday In KUslmmee, has returned' S IS' i-IrIE' TIIVY"'FOR' (

moos and athletic sports were Indulged before whom he was tried, gave reporting of a fence-cutting pleasant. time.A has. lust been II II .............. . . . ill I NOW ,
the occasion. case /
In and lent a test-to' of six months during II ill .
him a sentence here D. W. Stokes pasturea . >
reported "
.
In '
.I -We learn that nineteen horses were -foe the unlawful) I
which to do pennsce few miles away la said to be cut in ;
I one] race; also that the black pony) of act. every length for a considerable dis .. '

; I Lewis King won the races In' which It Having decided to take up the prac- tance. Nothing definite Is ;yet know.of, J.....\.....,........................-...............\......\....1 ill S .6 0 DAY "J ::
M:
Iwas entered. the matter .here. .__ __ t
field l -- '
tice of law, which Is no new to I ; S PRICES .WILL BE REDUCED ON OUq : ENTIRE' .LlNHv
I Timothy Lamb killed a largo bear me, and having lived in your midst The Boa Worm Medlclae. : f r < 7 *-

J>n the Point a few days ago. Bruin for the last eight years, I hope, that 'H.'P.: Kumpe Druggist Leighton \

\Avas feasting on palmetto: berries when JOy past conduct will merit; at least a Ala., writes: "Oneofmycu.tomer.baua ; All persons indebted to 'me will please c,.calKaim pay';; | '

., Wocovered by tho dOle of Mr. Latpbind small share of your business which I child, ,which was sick and threw up. .their, account as same, 'must be- 1"o..u'P. ,
] a well directed rifle shot did themet will receive careful and all food, could retain nothing on- UsBtrmach. '
promise you '.I'
He. bought one bottle of ,
I
of "putting him out of the 'metto' prompt: attention; also conveyances, White's .Cream Vermlfun-e and It .

business.*' We are told that its-'car-' deeds, mortgages, abstracts of titles; brought up 119 worms from the. child. .

cas weighed about 400 pounds.. records carefully searched &o. For world.-It's the boss White's.worm Cream tnMWlne Vermifuge In the v ; .Li.-W ? WATSON' '.

. .... .._, v ,A. little daughter of Bud Harrison the present will be found 'In the City is also the children tonlo..' It improve 7 .;

**, was wounded by a stray Shot fired from Hall, 'L. 'A. MINE.The : their digestion and asaimlla- .. O t ; VV VVVVV '
re rllle_.by Johnnie 'Over- vldour another .ion'of food, strengthens. their nerve Y '
" ", ? -2" call fiery ft < Jown l FOF. SALE r.:8TANRt7RD: ,. ,. ,
Ferrlgo Tuesday even and laid }In system and'restores: them to.the bealtb1. Lr
'street or Bennie visit Saturday night' , .
"
vigor ana elasticity Of spirits naturalto The Perfect Liver.Medlclao.Mr L of

",,. .. Injf.shots The at a boys bird and were did taking not. notice alternate thelittle1 Land waste and the residence Mortgage 'of Co.,the that Manitoba war 001 childhood. 250 at all -Druggists.-. .. .,M.-.A. 'J llelt Noble; O.. T, y{tt1tJ1t11t11t11t'jt11t11t1tt11tt1t1'J1tt'tt1'ttttttttt11t1{ { { { { { !{ '){ '!{ {{{{ { 1141111111tIt! { !'" r A

girl being In their line of fire" or oupled by Mrs. Short,. whose' effects, AUGUST HUMBEIT. writes number: of"I years have,'used and Her cheerfully bine for a == 'NONTH kla".IMMIiIf. : PHON.NS';, q 1,

know that she had been-- struck 'iint.11'Iome we learn were for the mostj removed flew Idea, .Woman's Magazine; recommend it as the most perfect liver

,. one told them of Jt The wound by those tctto arrived oin the' 'scene in In addition to the splendid arrry-of medicine and.the greatest blood purr C. W.. GRIFFIN l ;

Is considered a dangerous one as time to' do so. The value of the house clever fiction which marks the August fier. It is a medicine of positive merit I ,
deeply. The', oc- covered InWan'oe.. Its of the IDEA!: WOMAN'SMAOA- and fully accomplishes all that I U
issue NEW
It did not penetrate was partly by claimed for it..". -Malaria cannot find
v $ r oirrence should be a'warning againstthe s thought that the fire 11'801' caused bya ztNB, especial mention of the practical a lodgment in the system while the

1 use of firearms by boys' who :use defect!v.' flue. It occurred'about 11 matters articles tothat upon household number. Is or worthy garden of liverIK in'perfeo order, for one oft its If ntyfamilyirOteii( s!;

,k them soVecklessly about the premises o'cloCkl before a number of the neighbors the'careful'reader's, attention. 'TbeEconomies' functions is to prevent the' absorption '
', #' hence .wereearly of Summer, girl,?' by of fever producing poisons. Herblne *,
: and ,they a
of'anyone: , bad retired, fiOc co, '
. is a most etjlctent liver regulator. .-.
} ; Minna Irving; Is among these; and ofequsllnterest W "'"":' : "" ,
'at the scene.; at all IJruyguUa./ :- ,
of
"The Evolution W
Wanted. are F ESa:: ME.4} S
,. ,You Know What You Are Taking Home '' by AllosChlttenden; "Furnish-. To Cure A Cold In One Day: ; )
A respectablef&lrl or woman can'secure take'Grove's 'Tasteless Ing atFlat.'! by Wynogene' Fargbel'iuPI1chophy.lcal w 'y ry"vDelivery'every
Wbeb 'Bromo
f, home and ..wages to do .you formula is Culture," by Adele :Take Laxative' Qulne Tab r
: a good Tonic because the l
Chill All the :
let. druggist refund money IS day at any-hour ; ipatronBge'soJicitedt ,
Woman'sTwoacreothers ,
work by bottle show Marie ItlqueJ A- ; ,
1:; ,cooking arid a..i.t.lo house plainly printed on every If Its falls to cure. E. W. Grove' '
at onco'to. log that Itils, simply Iron -and QuinineIn ,of equal value presented by signature's on each box?25o.. oceola I UWWU II.i i.l
,: applying a, tasteless fbrm.. No Cure'. Not the well-known contributor to ..thedepartments. Pharmacy v t li1LuiuiuausuicuuLUulttuuiflI.llJiiLLllu I LUt $
OHNSTQN-, T'' ?
,: W.R .' ,'. .+,.
oJ' .600.
't' '1 Count Judge',. ,PaT.. r., .; r'I jJ' .l r7 r ?: r'. ".,:

.4 I" '. 'I- "1'jI- '''If ,. li.t. ii&: K) .i:J..!.
," J' 81 .Jg,... L1wq & 'IJ
.; $e ti 'n. w .... ,-. ,,', ( ,. .. ...,... ..+: ..lea's-. '-TWTii *n- >y.'i" -ir- rtk.' nsr TYm wflu+ ''" ws..wr R -
.Ji "' '- : :
.
: . 7" . :: .. ., J 'r-. .; ', f : : r
.... YtI ".' \, : : . J .; . ', ' ,. J
,' "" .1w .. "t,:. '' ,I) ,. k 1 ':' ,II I\-,
.... "t'. _'., \, .:. ,.; ; l' _:<. .' ; '.'#0"" : :

..,



.\ ...... ; '
<.<. ; tt
... ".... ".- "y ,-' ;...,.. ..... ::::f ..... .!. -,..........._"'..h ...". r "Pl w Sax.. w ,F, : :

.-.-.- >>""" ...-.,.,,,."".'.,,...,..,"..... m.". "",u ., %' '" ' ... R" ,
1
II. 1/

.. .- ,
rf'w- _. -,.-. -

; blow, and finding Jem outside coolly :
THE-rtTSTER.Y- HCI
o r'T
wiping his knife on the Ivy which rj'i fJOHN"L.'BE'AMAN:
grew ou this aide of the house, he I

J "fel M t seized the fisherman by ..'the throat i

i with one bond, snatched Ms knife

i from him,and flung/ It away with the

other, and then burled) the, man from Unsatisfactory efforts to determine Livery Sale Feed o

.) 1 him with such violence,,, that the latter the depths of glaciers have been made : ;

Jell and striking his bond upon the over ulueo the'fact that they moved I

stone Judge of Ji window lay ,motion was announced by Tyiidall. Two Ba -

less on the ground. varian Undents of glaciers have suc Stable Stable.

III111111111 1I I. 'I :Then.. ,suddenly overcomeby a feel : needed la/ piercing/ the HInterels: glacier : ;
'''' 1 Ij III lug/ of '.dizziness: the result of his ana find It to bo 400 feet deep. ,

.. wound Clifford .staggered back againstthe A .,

i riorenre Wetrden 'broken door and Into ::'eH'o. arms. Tilt general' belief that ball beaiings:

/Author/ olThc Mouse orA the /'1orsh"ehc.1Corrrlaht "Oh, It la niy fault-my fault! I are'frea from friction or nearly so,' has Finest Turnouts in Town.

1W. by kebirt Bonnwi, sacral ought not to have nuked you to come!!" boon shown by recent experiments to :.
---- moaned she not attempting! to hide be an rrur, Professor Golden at rur.I .

l e CIIAPTEIl. XI. t she ta'ltered. turning her head away to her affectionate concerh tl"ollJ'.the pra- duo Uul\or ltyrwjtiducd the experi ,

,Conttnuea.fbo escape the gaze of the lustful 'eyes, 'plo who,:startled) by' the noise,, of tho I mentwith-- pcclal apparatus and

'worst of It:waa that the teeth but keeping a shofp eye. ou.tiln. movo- affray,. now prexsed luto tbe room. found that for ordinary presoure i ; and Apnlfor St11da1 Dll.COillnanJ.

JDf'ntallltUe old an'ald.. under tbe pro- menU all the time. X George/ Claris was am.01l1r'the first speeds the ball-ticarlng ,:lvea a lOlls by ?

text of curing her t protege>> of her unfortunate .She felt keen resentment .against to enter, and ]ho frowned angrily ,on frlclipuless! thfm that of (he ordinary .. 1

r. attachment; by diverting her hiss Theodora who: In her amjnbl*'' seeing ,Clifford: of whdRo arrive he bearing, poorly.lubrlcated but when .

? ,thoughts: to a more appropriate chan. folly had exposed'licr: to tbl perspcu- had not"yet heard. the tatter In finely polili nnd .thor '

eel tooHrjpm-Stlckcla In hand herself! tlou." Lucldlhat, lady herself .appeared "So its you 1s It. Mr. King: be exclaimed oughly lubricated the difference Is trifling. KISSIMMEE

promised him every assistance with a ttyrieecouds later and' then suillly on recognizing/
Nell |Jt he would promise to reform Nell at once made the excuse of going man whom.he looked! upon us (lie 9I'i- uttfrlj; at high speedy\ 1 (

and encouraged the fisherman to.per' to fetch-'the tea-things to get out of gin of nil his trouble "ATidtM. f leave t.

"sc\ite Nell more than ever.; It was she the'room.. / I you liccn np to now. eh?" / Records are now being; scorched rot RIVEE 'EOUTE

-who persuaded Jem' to woo with a lens ,Once out*!ith tlicy Jopr, however,. she "011. uncle;. uncle, onn' :j-atf see flint notkx'M of the rare white water, or

a arrogant air. with offers to "turn over. .ran through tuVpacsflge to the back of he's hurt. batWrrJl plored Nell. phosphorescent "fog, of the ln
4;, a, new leaf" for her fake,,.and Jathej, the house, sUpped out Into the'garden, "Send far ft doctor oh ome'one pray Ocean and other scaa. This appears. asa STEAMER LILLIE: STEAMER-nos KDA. ..:f

similar blandishments: and ran home across the fields! as fast go. for a doctor, or, IIP will Weed to weird hare, but proovpa" to be.a luminosity Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr.Regular .
iI. her fleet little feet could her. .
carry .
dcathlt'But
without and it has been po.e'ouutpr..d
mist
guessedwho'
And although Nell It
"Since she likes his society so much weekly trips to BaS lJlger and return. Roseada leaves Kle fm. .
wan that had Inspired this alteration, George Claris: bdrdly poneoaloi ., ns an ocean river n mile\
she enjoy a tete.a-tete With him!" mee Tuesday morning, and arrives Klsslmmee lrnidayevenlug.,
the girl was obliged to takexa different may the fact that that event would gh'ehim vide and as a broad area through;
: attitude to, her, unwelcome wooer,, in she said to herself not without a bitter ". satisfaction rather than annoy wjilch a vessel sailed fifty miles.without Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers on the'.LJllle.,. .,
feeling/ that her old friend and pro Comfortable accommodation for tensers.. Rates reasonable. y(
S consequence. It Is easy to be haughty ancev be did not dare to InC'rfere.howevt'r touching;: tho.limits. One observer pas -
n :and studiously frigid to a prcNumptuons -' tectress had betrayed he1'In' her eagerness 'v bl'uelljl:1: y" orders to one 'found the sea to the depth of n foot tope The most picturesque Waterway in Florida : '

; but when.that' 'be- to reclaim the prodigal. at the men who had crowded 111.' to. go densely, packed with luminous ushe. For ,:Passenger and Freight Rates apply to ,

,_1 cornea person meekand, alAost servile person In hit Before ahe reached the Blue Lion, to Stlo I'-tor a doctor. --- I au'Inch long while at another time CLAY JOHNSON SR.. Proprietor,_

,;yende.vor. to male himself useful,, Nell had made up her mind what, to "Who did It?" somebody. not the microscopic animals .Mere obtained lu .On .board "LilUe." Klsslmmee Kla& :,J
do. She felt that she must have some
even In-the humblest capacity, when landlord,'preseutlyaaked. ,c chains three Inches' long. Tbe phenomenon .
advice of a more solid, more worldly ,' con. -
Clifford was by this time hardly
' violentitorins.
before
he Insists upon chopping your wood I Iaclou. has been seen .
i, k' and en try tag your water, then It Is dIP kind than that -of kindly sentimental .. He had been laid on the sof?, I and it ban been Misgegtod. that .
1 flcult maintain narrow-minded Miss. Theodora. So she wh.Ho.! Nell herself, keeping pn l..h uuusunl atmospheric ooiulltlonr
to a properly freezing some OWN.oOeTO'R.
ittltude. wrote a little note, the first she had, presence of mind I to be of nnn nod :r may drive the luminous, ocean uuiiuulii EVER M N.-.H IS' -

The! climax came _pne. afternoon ever aent him to Clifford King and sec what the danger was, held her owu I \hi shoals to the surface.The. : By-J. Hamilton TVyers, M. t>. I Ij
sent ILbi..a safe hand to Stroan to fingers lathe wound to cheekthe flow
when Nell Will Invited to'tea by )Ilea! catch the night malL of blood. 600-psge Illustrated Book,containing..al*,ole Information pertaining .
Bostal and .was let In on ber arrival [ Western Australian trJlurlJct
Her note wa.'t'r7 short, oatalnlng She heard, the questionnd answered to diseases of the human, system, showing how to treat and
the detested Jem. form Ibo of L. J
subject an essay by
by
t as. .11.,did.'only the following words: It. our with simplest of medicine The, book contains analysis of
shocked .
Nell looked quite : whenon :Spencer! In the Jlluernloglcal itwjaxine
"Dear Mr. :rit was Jem 'Stlckt entering the house ahe learned from King: The author obwcveg that since 18Hl.: of
e the young man' lips that he had been "If It would not be too inconvenientto lifni through the glass." when tellurldcl' gold' were first tecognlzed : valuable prescriptions recipes etc., with fan complement

Invited too. . you to come down to Stroan tomorrow This reply led to further investigations Jrt Wostoru= Australia, these in materia medics that everyone should know.

The yonng-glrl turned to the door of I should be very glad of the opportunity and Jem was' quickly dl/t'O" minerals have proved of tint greatest This moat indispensable adjunct to every well-regulated household fill bt i.
mailed postpaid to address on receipt of price SIXTY CENT.Address .
Into the whet
ered and brought room any
., the diningroomwhere a. small fire of asking your advice upon importance, and the telhylce uunrs nt : -
r ""' burned In honor of the occasion, to go a matter In which I do not dare trust h'llI. victim lay. Unconscious thoughhe Knlgoorllo In the East Coogu' 'die gold .'. .

In search of her hostess Jem who my; own Judgment and do uot dare was! having been stunned M-vrrvly. haul, now yield as much\ gold! an nil the ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE. l1u.OYDnl'TA"a.. ;

' was In his Sunday clothes, in which he to consult my uncle. Jem of course, got no pity from Nell remaining toll fields In the colony 3

,4k t presented a stronger contrast than "With apologies for my.audacity in And when some of the men mtgKVSfrd The tfllurklvs occur as large leutlculutmassi'l :

1 ever .t& the refined, dE'lIcate.banded asking such a great favor, \: carrying him to the cottngcwlicre he and an Impregnations In net>:.htose.rpcke ,

1 said that Miss Bostal "Believe me, :lUr& sincerely lodged, whkb was within a stone'sthrow 1
girl, awkwardly 7 t {! and they ere only found be
.r Would( be down directly A.. Nell taking "NELL CLAKIS.: of theJun Nell made no suggestion Iowa certain depth. Nearer the mi J
that ho should remain "where he
'no notice of this Intimation waa face the minerals have been ileconiponod -
Then she passed a sleepless night Florida Coast
'' ,, being unaffectedly clad to have East Ry.-
}
'all.
about to leave the room he suddenly torturing herself by wondering what with the separation of ratUc
him taken out of ber 8ght.! 4T"U
? found courage. to place himself before Jem Stlckela would do, and whether nod gold: At present no definite riy tali . -
r '
a .
Buxom Meg exchanged! many --
;
the door. of tellurldcs have been found, and the
; 1 ."It's dnue 'purpose; she \done it a- greatly Clifford.doubt would-and come how-this she she should did tell not nnd wink and grin with the the cu utter lomers absorption ._ author stiRKcMs.. that ravitleit In UK LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April! II, 1903.]
** from the bar, Inspired by
purpose, be explained growing more should IIP scorched lip dpHtrlliPtpetrrnl
him If
: he came. :iron -
rustle than usual In his .speech under Nell showed In her lover and SOI.'THIOUIiD-IIIAD/ llnHIOU'fD-RUD: 1W.N3. .
tellnitdcs Including lend tellu
And the
00. following evening, just
r pressure,of his excitement, "so I mighthave when she had given up nil hope of .his" \\1 danger.\ fault-. fault!' the girl. ride (altaite),. which has not hitherto .0' N..aft I Na..ea ...TO

1. a chance of speaking to you."' seeing him. and Just when the time my my as she hung over been recorded from Western Australia !>all?. D.t'y" -- STATIONS.Jacfctonvtli. I Dally. t D.tly.in .
kept murmuring;
Nell looked angry and anxious; but I appointed by Jem Stltkels fui' her He further brings forth evidence tc .
a .. she looked him In the taco with an expression to' Clifford, watching bin face, which had ""'001. t 41 a LT.... ....... ... *. ...:.. .... .Ar 1155
LJect him approaching, she saw paler with sr.lnlug( eyes; 'ani)' show that "Kaltroorliteand! 1"1'I 1118. .... ..... ...... K..k..n'.UJ..1... T ci> p ''n-4 IaO
i which daunted him. a little. : Clifford: from her seat! by the open grown gordlte" are uot homogeneous miner! 10 U ..... ... ........11&.4..11"... ....... ..... .. . 10Da > -4
listening anxiously to the hl''at..lnv.which e e .... ... .... .. ....... .. ... . ?
6 ,' She doa't* liewent know what I want to say door oC the elttlng-rooiu walk Into the told ber that he was alhp. aid, but mixtures of known, tellurides.Captain ! . : 1 It 3141a.Ma . ,K.I''a1.ft.U".I""U.'' . .. . 61' a4We noJl .. ::III IIi;
to yqu/ In hoarse whis 1
a i bar Then became abruptly conscious 53o 1 7i So>.Ar.-T.5trn.. ... ..-'.j.'y ?\-a -fcop ;; :
per "She thinks I want to ask you : Nell sprang up with a little cry And Meg Kozloff recently lectured nl ar: L... .. ..1'alrra. .. ,. ... . 6rSa !..!tsjJ > isgSgs
to marry mesas If I should be* such a,; that there was something iu .a Till1 .. A'- . .....ban! Mat' ,........ .. .. ._ALt -.-. .. .
Clifford catching of flusheda St. I'ctvrsburg his sclpnlltlv oxpidl :
1 a > precious fool! 'No. what I want to say- sight her thin simple grief ibis maidenly a1Tection on II: :;.. ... afb'.Lv..a . .... .. .fan 1oI.t."> .,,.. ..... ... .. ..ArIrV etes E- : ;
: deeper red than trm walk had given'hfm too sacred for the gaze of tlw thou to Central Asia and Tibet( laxilng Cllii; 3 3OKO 11 p Lv.. .... ..... ..,...... .'oin.. .. .. .... .,.. .'.. Itus Ttlp MAO: ;i
Is, that the chap I1emmlnlr is still ,,, and going quickly through, the Iron 18Kt! \ to 1001. As n result of tin .. : III' ..............."....1Jutll"'II.. .. ....,.. .. ... ..,.. lees 4itp ..I',
heY rough: though: ympathetle, :group. !i .. ..... .. . .. ::4
'!I' hanging about; staying a'the Bell ZOIll 1 >opunt ... .... t ta Step D
,i Stroan and he's bar and along the passage, pushed And she bundled thorn nil with large, expedition the central steppe of the a1&. I 1,1'.1 1 ...... ...>nft.. ......... ..... ... . 80a 'UI' -4A n
offered
at me a tire.'pound open the door of the little Hittlng-room Gold Desert and the country o( Han oCoCc .) .".. .......... ... ...... I. :g"-4
: '' not If I'll tell him what I told I and atood.before' wide-sweeping gestures as of n glffan a'.e: 11 I I'' ..._.............. ' ... n............ ...... .. ..17aa r'r ie
,.t and I've refused. There!" her tie hob back Into the h'nr..lId NellaiuJlier IIU and Tsaidam ,,-were tra'PI'.ecl.u., :t; .601 miip ..... ..............? .wamrrea. ,u.....," I 4iaa Ietp i "' p
\1 \v i you I The girl had been so anxious: for uucle.were.left( nierous ir.eteorologlcal "''obnervatloni "2:: 1&l 10 1'1' 1 3p.a..r. ? .OAIIIJIlI, 'h...p.. MSI 6
And fairly overwhelmed by the contemplation lover and Utr, }0 001 t Gp.. .............+ '1le..y.lI. .' (la Ia p :oJrrI-4'
little '" '
,iI4 : his' ) of his coming that all her ins ldenly together aGeorge ' ., were made a* well as,,' a great man; :- l II V I at1 p .,.....,........... loans a 11 til 01pA 'O
o own greatness of affected m1" > 11 Op .......... >
arts surprise of Indifference : note 'with regard to the flora nnd p .pqdpnonalMCa tW..iwr II'
;
r soul Jem alapped his chest and made of in Claris: IhougU\ hc,,: too was II: Ie a: His aU 0i P \.......... ...,....K.u elatiue , IIma. O.i., :g O-4
Ills round reserve were abcyauie; and somewhat touched: 'WU-, uneasy, and fauna of the;country, After oHtsblisliIng oC oC 11.I 11. .........4.(. ? \I Ne1Murtn !t'r" 11 tam 4 ,. "0 AU0m
eyes he saw before ,hhn the girl he lovedwhtli / a iiicterologlcal station inn the tM. /i3p.| .. ...,.........?..;..S.b.. II.tt. iV'tl.t.. ..; 11 01 p 11f-f' > >... -
Nell littenedjwlth fear and repulsion love'confessed Inbl'r- .. suspicious."What" -- .. I tie e i3 i.I i. '..1. ......... : I.J..t.l..........,... ,........,. 1. 1I1'lvt.. a a :Q
In blueeyes. was he 'dolS!? doVvu 1 here?" Tdaldatu. wherethe ('oll"l1on"'t'1'0( : s IX.S ... '.ro. .. ......... ... . .P liens "'
\struggling her breast Should.shebrave For one moment be stood looking at ; the Started for flue heightsof :Erjau. Ida .fP..I') :' lr... ..... .. . . ... nl' tiOni
'; the man. 'with the knowledge. he began/ Inqulaltorlallywarn they left party I4S. .111' ...... ...............F.d.II........... .. .. .. .. I.H: : ,
.t 'ah. that her. a little awe-struck as a lover left alone "And what was ho Tibet. Captain KozlofTs expeditionwas Itl. ........... .. ........ Irntan. ....... _. . .., i 111' 10''CII. 'OIoi1I:1IIa 1'124oC
' .y which knew he possessed or ought to be. at discovering how .much were at first allowed to enter the territory : 40.Ma I .... .. .. .... ....... Slviurt..... .. ... .. ... 0 1I5.a X
1 should.she-ctn< uer her own loathing up to that made Jem Stlckeln knlfj m Ilea 1ap .... Ho..t'.u..I.. : :0 0
; HI'
"' more beautiful she .was than be remembered him No good i'll bo bouud." grumbled of the Pnlnl-I.nmrt. but It tins A- I 48 a J .................. W..I'.r.. ..... .. .. .. .. ,.5CSs,0 "
and temporize! '' Miss Bostal bad advised her. Then not unnaturally d! til Ices strictly . .- 4 Ma 431 I .... .........W..e"alnt UoocliX'lyntnn ....... .. . 016a -4z'.
ber to brave him; but, then! ,Miss he."lie stopped ou reaching tbe Iii W 166. ...... .. ... .. ........ ....... .. . ..'. 151'. l.os PI .. t
? .Bostal taking her summons for Just a little'more loves me, untie He litu afUeilnu reserved. It was, eouaequcuily( h.x 6D6a I ta ....:;.. ............ Pelr.y. .......... ... . :. f otto ewe 0":11I::111 :
did not know what she knew than It wan intended to be. compelled to.n'inler for five month, In 1& 5. I01a .hi:......, .. .. ..... .at.'teed. dale.. ....... .. .... 04 10 S fSa >_
but I .
be his wife,
man weeks
Nell shivered as the came a step caught her in his. arms and pressingher ago to : : T 4taT ; :
the The !
Mekong Valley. okpoditioutravprned Zo
'toward her. hadn't even promised: no not word. \ ;; p..f! 1'1.
{ ,against his breast, covered her but when he to-day- ." and made a study. of pnrt of !.. I, T tae! 6iSCfE1aULIlS
'r don't understand you, she paid at came
last faceVifu kisses. "Ah, what made him couiito-.lnyV" Tibet which bad never before beenI : o? niiAr:: LIrZU.sANORD : .
; "What.do you "aotr" .
Nefl( uttered little she .,
cry; thoughtIt Ited by Europeans and made collections : - ==- :===:=:" -===- ,
:==II
,* fend then 'ontVHi Nell hesitated <
want .
,;fit, you to give me a kl. The
consternation alarm
expensed: but
nRA.11CII.
; which will have nn important I OBA.NOB CITY 3UANOH.STATIUM. .
girl started and in low voice?:
made a gesture of ab- Clifford read the eound q -
horrence. "Come* persisted .Jem; "It differently "I sent for him" bearing on the study of the tthnoKva- arlrtda.. 1 No 42M -N1.31 I "'0'.1-1- '- N..
7' 11sn'tt; much and kissed her again Claris mumbled his dixunlls- phy and the flora and fauua of Hint DaH >!Ulj!: t _Dell I]. ly I'.IlT
.considering,' 'specially as j "Ob. )Ir. King! panted the girl as George f N L*......... 110
("., 'I:,.could take"one myself It L, bad a faction country. 'I a {L,...........TIlIt..Ill..r'4' 107 1'1, nil] 10 10Ir I ..N. 11m rD".Ar| 1
mind" soon as she could.dr.v back her head "And what made Join StlckoU Luife I J a L,......... ...0...."...........Ar II "., ,i 1 It 1> I 11)1.11.... '- . I'll .A.,: }I Oot"top
enough to speak "you don't under. SUs LT.........KnMrprlae.: .......Aril, 10 ,i :1 II 8IAIL..O'.nr:" t) tll'l t
el,0,
::'And' as he spoke he toot another stand. I sent, for; you to advise me him Come, now, t should have According to it note In nil! Domlolco'appr'clato West In BOa Ar. .._..... ",itanf..r ...... .. .1.._11 CO -_!.._.0l. ll <.\.Hr."IIorJ".L.U' '| | : It.Ar\U.\, .H I" p
Han the of
: Bulletin planter -
above" baring anything : "
thought you were .. I
; step threatening to fulfill this 0'
that'si all I Naiu
menace H. 19
to do with a. chap like him. the 'olllll tance given[ three .y Sunday 'bally.. .BnnTbILYPOETDBANOU. I ( ftT.lB .
But Nell was too quick for him; she "I quite. understood replied Clifford Ion/ only. .. Lally.sun no.MM
of. Only.
xt' But I've Been htm.loafing about tnore'n by the Imperial Department Acr' _
at
was the other side of the table he- calmly not letting her go very culture for the West Indies. An illustration 10 OS I .1IO.r..J."It."nvll.l: ) sees.-.. .. 7On
; tf tore the ;words were, well out of bill : far. "And I am longing: to put my pro usual lately. done lOOp: 10 IS a lOOp! SMa L,.....-..). liekt nvlllq.Nj. ...... . T 17. 12301 U U > '"liP"
of useful work
month fesslonal "It was not fault of course, said tbe being i. 19 45. a top I..P..bln1le..h/ ..7TT.* ........ 7tAa II W.
knowledge at service. .
_1F ';")( .. Bostal," she said quietly; a. If But flrst-" your ;Nell right simply to-to-"And" of cogrM'" be had by this on department the soils of is afforded Dominion by which n report 0)1.OP> 11110.1106. '' eoI'"I' .U..Ar..1..L".LlIUILla-H..::::. .Majrpori...t, :1..1.......LvTheee .. ..:;... -a sa it 1o: .tn p

hi. proposition'had been unworthy oft He stopped short arrested in the no
a I "To be jealous? 811). nbou'd, : ha has Just been !issued br.tbl: Commissioner Tlm Table.shnir the Un'N1ot which tr.i.a( may boo erot.d to. a rive and drp,r5 "
remark "advises
me to let make middle of his
violent frnmlbee.veral.tOon. ,
you speech by start but their
arrlvetora.parturn.6t .
of for the Went Inllcs. : ; On t t.dhaot ,_4,
..1' thought. Still be was jealous, ?.b1" Agriculture hold .
nnrdoea ..
ItaeK
.what use of your Information your on the part of Nell who was looking I Company rcsponalblo tie nay delay. or any coo uenle ar1.ing tber.
The the and
r please. She Bays no one would believe with eyes full of alarm at the door "I aiippose 110. rcport'l'S physical
There a short silence; then chemical composition of twcuty-tluca
wan m..KEY
"i which led into the .
\ ? ,you..ADd gaidcn. examined the CIovciu- WEST AND HAVAJVAVPtNSUCAR
In
typical solid
George Claris poke again:
.' *.;'\' do yon think that? be asked The upper part at this door WIof
/I. It's talking to went chemical laboratory of the Lre-
lass no use
w_ ithal.'Ildt, scrUt>abIy cunning loetTl''e' :.- glass and die had 'suddenly perceived "Well AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI
women, 'cause they've gpl their own ward Islands, and Is the work of Mr.
snda3, anxiety which overspread that a faca was pressed, to the. outer In Effect ArIlIS. 1903.
', her face at the question showed side way o' doing things, whatever you snyto F. Watts, Government chemist Samples --.
'em. But ;you've brew'd yourself a were taken In all) parts of the l inland l. SOUTH IOUND- '- '- I
:him.ills_opportunity."Look'here : "Who Is''Itr asked liffoid. as soon Lv Miami.,..."'., .,.. ...... BOaND.
o' trouble between them two and the analyses published ghcthe ..
; ," he went on, in tone -lie peck Ar Iter -iMttaa.. ..........5E.B8ifeS-'a
a .a saw what had arrested her at. I ,.:..........=. ?
:which wu'raeaut-to--be'-persuasive, but tentlou., chaps, andneither, me nor anybody composition of both virgin and cultivated LY Key Wa0 Bun. .. JE.......... .; ;jp i
i H.u)In" . ...... ....... "'' a
*" which; :l1II'al. to Nell repellant In Its And without waiting foe-au answer but yourself can help yon out of It. soils In general the spllg of 7001\ MMlemtruen..Bai; ....:.::::::::.: .. ;

i L ,.'coarse, assumption of familiarity- be sprang across tbe little room toward An' mind I won't say I'll hale this Domlulca were found to TJO) well fur' Per copy of local Time Card or other Information .ddreri .0,. Agent.
turned oftt of the house though nished with available compounds of I
( dOD't"aDt; to rush you Into anything; the rTtus door. Nell sprang'aft chap -
.
"' You know what I,have to sell and yon ter him and clutched bis'sleeve. I've a goSn-mlnd to. But It the doctor nitrogen and potash but- were almolltuolfo.ml -- _

know'what'the price Is.. It you don'tj' "Never mind. Don't go." she whispered says he's to be laid up here, I'll not deficient in phosphates, nun' -- -_

,n,:care.to pay'It. well 'yon know, how I apprehensively ."It Is only Jem have :you hangin' 'round. You'iT'jnstgo : In many cases also in lime. A microscopic
1 'I away sharp to my slstei In Loudou. examination: of the soil minerals i ;l t
; caa'pay myself In coin .of. tlie .realm.. gtlckels.! 'Don't open the door '
Now I'll give you till to-morrow ,night. But sis Clifford stopped, under the Do :you hear? I'llhavo him properlynursed showed that they ""l're'01l1ch the.
that I'll but It'll not same Ja all parts of the Island 1I1Ii}. ',
.(1T you'll see me t -morro'IT. down at pressure of her earnest; entreaty, the promise .. ..s..e. .
( hear?" .. ..
your) own gardeU.teneel'where': you'll sound of a hoarsely uttered curse be by ,.011. Do you further that they closely resembledthe ...
.
t Nell assented meekly. As long! as minerals found in the"oleaulc dust
for I meaft reached their .
Ive'quite '.Cl"'mlnd. ears; the face was quickly .
fair, and above board and If 'qUlte'l ( withdraw Clifford was not made to suffer she of tho Mont Pclce eruptions.. Mr,
:, and the next moment,
".peak to me fair and be civil, I'll hold ..:tb"a ,loud crash',of broken glass.Join's felt that there was nothing. for It but : Watts concludes that "the recetLt-voU wDo Job
to submit I came activity la similar. in character to Printing !
.my tongue/and wild horses nor all the fist came through the upper part :
and niece exchanged more the
'Uncle that of past"I :
.T tee* In' London shouldn't: make me of the door, and struck Clifford full In .
i hut Jf o don't choose to do the cheat.' words until the arrival of the doctor 1 I I. -
peach yon
.uj.
,...
when George Claris told his niece' to Mot Afraid of n..n..
this;'and It',*'a precious amaH thtacto'make'web Nell saw,,even'before tli9 blow was / .
Vlrchow '
Professor said that
tho Atbonlauj
her hat and to 1'0'to Miss Boa Of
put ou Ail '
a fuss about why.. then dealt that there'! 'waa', an open knife where IIhYa.. to remain until he have the most Intellectual, l Kinds
I'll: go off to Hemming'and gt the dieiYr In the fisherman's baud.:. But, although tal'a. when skulls *Europe Therirf..110wo\er.- : -i I
sent her luggage to her there; !
pounds, and you can guess wLa I'll hap she threw herself upon, her ,
of Ideathat
seized the they have
she to start without delay for a
was ,
,.p.u.Jlt :you don't know;' !, lover trying to drag him back from ,t better,right to'exist.than other races,
..1'. A the man looked at .her, with the danger the was not In time.' With London. and that all other Inferior : We Can I
.' To be Continued races, being Please You.
r bloodshot,. Inflamed eyes, enjoying inc a bowl of savage delight Jem 1 drew 'are oa ,.rtb'onl,. to serve them. Death .

IIJ. :.anticipation the 'kiss which be felt back bis knlf v.,coveredwith. blood. has no terrors for tbe Albanian, for his

shewas': hcond to' 'give, 'XelTs jbeartJink :r ._Mrs', i Dove:=JMT: husband' always blghest.pholosophy.jsjnthe: snyingr'Dyingis .. .. .

/ Be ,would not. anrely'apeak* In CHAPTER XII,' kisses me vrhen be leaves the house In '! plague; but it'Is half a 1 y '....m. .. :

_, ... ,..this tone to her*it; the proofs ot trh.'ch :CllCord, was so entirely- taken by; the morning** Miss Splter "Kunny plague tp 1Iy'e." .: . ., ..

liet t S., be.'had'spoken'were; '' , "hot v"ry' strong surprise.that be hardly realized In the how' good-nature some men are when ""'--- rseven'railroads -- 'I ".

t! .one.-: ll: first moment that be was.hurt. The they art/) rettingaway, from. ;home.for 'have recently'voted / .. j
'
,; .';" JDlJafCl"e'me.tl. ' D.to, .tbtek.1'it next,. he dashed open'tbp door at, one a, whole day" to_1I.uf' OOO.ooo,of. new securities "

/ ; ;!t' n' yti
', ,
J ,
1". .
\\L. .."f of .
leer- Iv. ly ,)>, ,
e3 t. \tl
'. " : \ ,\'. :.' ,r f" ", .. .. ?r,;'. : ,$'.. .,.'1' , ',.""" ';.:., .":' "(,," ,' .," ' -1 '. "
'J
II: : ,.t".r. ," '. ,' .I ,'r . : . ,.; .
0( '
.
'
,



I


.\, .

., ," "" .. ,.......... ._
'r\"''':'''' .-""'" ::t r _
''f'
'
: Ev sN 1 r

-..--.............----_. . .. -..,..." .' a .-- --- 7 r 4t

. . .i would bare the enormous,. the pbenoa. ;. 'ere, .aIN\Nr.rrN Nrrd those of.light sc the
. . . ISPl" #.4. Z lie
r. r .,..,. r N.r. r N r.e. r-N..N.N....r.N rrrNrreNrrrrrNN .... Cant popularity' of ihat abominationthe >* ICther are alowed Ilre.
n '
4 r N N r r N N \ '
N
N N
N N N ruffla/as doe not appeal to'81lut -
-
N *
r M
A III an body they, discharge
e 4
... ere rrrrNrrM tANeFN -' '. .: extent to every.8tato. end.condition en THE: e1crt. doamid,,
water would
.j "'*.4. '" lerce and Reckless NN rNRNNrr enemaNri' >s: f PIT, of womankind, sad fl' H mutt;be worn w wAN JM now .Sir ;WV o + ; hasloved
.
.
#. NeMa OI' discovery
rNNOrrr lABYELS W D
... .wpsrNboa. with certain'studied', not posslbfo lUlt the' ,, < a donbt<
....... .e4e..=.,.NNN.... ..r..N...M"tN..... u "' \ or at least; nit,cultivated by the Obviously mate P.e< of<**.lttnvwhlch ,i

*" *. s' People of Albania. CHAMCTEBISTICSv mass. Every woman could twirl ,a :! Is constantly emlttin -', t ctr 'iNlm. ;
4 AlMOtJTUNCANNV glt :
.
THE NURSES'OF THE ruffle round her neck but It takes some *
:II.*. .*,qNccorr. ; ARMY.Vfllfc taste *I.5 MlENT THAT DCfM; AKIN w4sets. of arclea. I.1'401( oork .11 t.tDM',
and experience to settle a. stole *
I* OF THIS "'....' .......rIp; '''' TO PgRPCTUAL MOTION w 4 Just a fr eDI. ? play
f *.....4... N N r M N G M *. : v. ....rk... ...>.... oft.th.<. 'shoulders., yet none off thefigure .' ..,.&. 4..t"'U. .:..!t. The emitted lisa c&paMe ot

4 N r 0.-:e N N. MOUNru. our' UNO\ "nICE :% H A. brief account by l>r. McflVe, of't1uflurse and then the composition of thla ,,...orr.'. tt eFit it tt .7/-44ar 40In"'wok; In I small way M, _h"
III %%* * . . ,:H . . . # r Corps of the.,Army as ,It exists affect* al
I .:.:' *. * * HOSTILITIESNl ARE ">* tbatof the' bristling blatant, ruffle LUMP of pitchblende '''la'' not now It .a Professor
.
"' . NN: QAGII a., : > now, ha recently boon< published In the 4'ar.tha L
4 * * r r .-....... . (peace to Its ashes), and to compass it a attractive thing 'One manna at'tb
..... very
% ... of the Association of Military
Journal
..
I'' 11I *; . . . .... will .o
.*. .. lit . . . ..*.. .. * : : 111I.r/leoll.--or! tbtt United States. A pucsle these enterprising beings may 'pas Jt.casunlly In, themuseum des Sciences thatltmsy,, also product
g / pro
.
. .
. .
. * . : : the manufacturers who make and sell ,
heating effect.. What does this,
# .irtiri. ft tt.tt. Jiq"ff"ft ..:t t >>:..* . vfcus article described .conditions without teeing any a .
etNN. .. things by the to the lesser shops.
t7 er N # M attending the appointment of trained gross reason" to 'take l)4rUcolllr'lotllre.t In mean?' .
-
-
-- =-r- -- women nurses for army duty, which The stole'la' altogether more subtle: the greenish or brownish,.black masses As yet we'are not quite 'certain bow'

LBANIAthat: tract of and the victor establishes the border began In May 1808, and culminated, and less tangible thing than: the dear, that cluster together like crape ,But 'tq.answer tha' eaUou; bat, It maybe

mountalnou country with Mrnn1H the defeated, clan 1* September, when"about -1200 were ahem! departed ruffle. tAt present the some,of tbe:'most fascinating speculation -said rfet)' that the Becqnevel >-

I a in a fe.w hours' steam enough again.to remonstrate., Severn tronj; employed. .Between then nod tbe present stole' Is delighting In the fluffy softnessof that have lately been made In ray and the behavior of radiant and

from Cattaro Ina Dal- of these disputes occur tlmo they'have served lu. the United marabout feather with which'co physical laboratories: Invest pitchblende Its,, kindred, elements have seriously

mantlan pleasure steamer themselves< and also with annually the, Mont arnonj State. Cuba. Porto Rice. Hawaii. operate ostrich feather and bird plumage ;, with tremendous Interest n*' disturbed or comfortable aC1uleant

pasedr by --thousand of negrins. Sometimes tbe slaughter It Japan and-tho Philippine, and. even lit and other things. Something transparent ,the source a mysterious form of'energy In the two, great geDerall atlons_ f_- ,

wealthy tourists on their way to Egypt) ,' great; at.'others they 'are content wlt the Chinese campaign. The number and 'somethingfluffy, or per', that transcends all,our Ideaa-on modern thoujtbtr-O con..rnuol *!

'nod only divided from Italy 'by a narrow half a dozen killed on each side. U now fixed at 100 on active duty with haps I should say something soft and the subject and may possibly point energy and the' atomic' theory. ;

Y strip of the Adrla I. la a certain Ho.pltaltjr| to part of the y ery' es a small body of "reserves" who( have something fluffy, .are tbe essential/ ingredients the way to a new source of power .'TIE BirSTEHr OF kT'ALL.'I
of the stole of the' future I
sense. the namely of Europe, says cnoe- of the true' Albanian Whet seen active service and are ready to answer tlla'.Ulr..olutlonb:. our Industries.The We have plo of, which;
wean of the months that to. a radluD'
warmer are
Reginald Wyon In Blackwood' Mil Ga. once be Is colls. remarkable discovery of Sir sad
convinced that the strange) future Trained nurses ere for all time of;Its .o'ta
'cine. Yet here we have E'> land unknown mean be. Something soft for the centreand: William Crooke whereby the "Ions," .xltPC
'nobum to Tils country, them permanently' stationed at the army we can tell, has a stream ,
and shunned it* map far more he opens Bin house to nlm nod chel hospital at San Francisco at the "ono something! fluffy for the border. or atomic emanation from 18411110 of frajrnjents-Infinitely. tiny but still

inaccurate than those ot Central Africa him of his best, But the Albanlnnr for-tuberculonls at Fort Bayard N. M.< H..... Medial* t. "T.h..; have been rendered "visible will renew appreciable., )'t
-for moat of It has been Shed In by are and and extDBmely..ausplcl. and It Is this at the largest hospitals In the Phil\- "Doctor ? said a fashionably dressed ItUa been 'WJh. show'e
g elltwork-aad .'peopled by a nationof trait that constitutes the danger ol Ipplue They aro temporarily sent to woman t9 her new physician- want source of energy It 1* now estab I of accuracy that, the, rte' efflux la

i Here and reckless warriors.' Th traveling In their land.; In every stranger any post where they may be neJeclf>d. you ta ..cJme a prescription which lished. according 1 toj Professor Llpp- such that, a piece of frndlum loses one y

;country is unique In Europe; for whl>* (and by this Is meant n man They servo' under a section of the army will cure me of "a most Irritating mann, of the H3rbonnewho' carriedas grain from every square Inch of Its: r

even little Montenegro bas Its schools, dressed in_Western garb) they see a reorganization law framed in 1000 trouble" The }doctor bowed, and much; Kelght In France" a* did the sncfaco In abut 'JO.O.O'j years.

9 Its law court and Its newspaper?..Allianla spy of some great power sent to .discover which provided that 'the medical department waited for ber to go on. late professor! Rowland In tills country Tho I cat. still It, '.h

knowa of none.of these things. their ''weak'point, Every Albanian should consist of upoclflcd "About 11 o'clock every evening" =: that"uIIUI11: one. of the most< recently Is enough td' make U Ik anxiously

Enn 'hl language'Is entirely distinct 1. firmly .convinced that ont medical officers; of the enlisted men! of said the patient 4'I' am overcome by a 'discovered elements, bas the where the constant supply,.of energy '

from any other European fact its day an enormous foreign' army will the, hospital corps, and of the nurse feeling of sleepiness, no matter whereI power of continually generating beat I to .lloot'out this stream of fragment''

origin; as well as that of the Albanian come to rob him of his dearly .prized corps (female). :'A superintendent Is am-.t the opera a dinner party,. without the aid of any' external source comes from, Also wit bare ,to ask

themselves, 1* clad in mystery. The. Independence. In this respect they] stationed In the surgeon general's wherever'I'' ma)' be. this dreadful send of energy. i what the InconcelvcWy .mal .frae

language,; 1* soft and pot unlike the. show great shrewdness, and when. Jt I.I once laud n chief nurse 1* at each of Ration comes over me., :I have suffered The chief interest of there" new n>enU thus emitted can' )

F'M Italian In'sound'>> -but here further 're- remembered that a ceaseless agitationIs the'liospltal* where nurse are serving. from It, now for'five -weeks, and no "radio-aetlve" elements, lies at present' .infinitely smaller than any hypothetical .;

semblance ceases-=and -*consists 61 t In progress,, chiefly on the part of Recent' regulations provide for an examination remedy has seemed tb do any good." In the rather paradoxical light that "atom" of na too'l theory.., It bar d

about sir hundred words An-Italian Austria and of Italy (by means of the In nursing. Cooking and al. "Oh; I can give you a prescriptionthat they throw on the problems phjrsl- been-thought that they may.represent1the
'
priest ba* compiled a dictionary"and schools) to gain'inflnetce. It 1 I..scare Hd subjects before promotion;>> from wiltprevent,, It from overcomingyou i eal- science. It Is quite'possible that. 'ultimate atom of which'all Jh" so- >! ;

a rough grammar'and work 1* the to be wondered at that they. look askance the grade of'Jiursto! that -of chief ever agaln"-aald the doctor ; like their immediate'predecessors, the' called atoms of our elements are built

sole representative! of Albanian literature. at strangers. nurse. Women are employed with His,, new patient wag radiant; butwhen Roentgen rays., and tbe hertz waves ube "primordial matter of the

: Tho language not easy to learn The wont traducors of the Albaniansare marked success. as teachers of nursingand "he' looked at the slip of paper these Bccquerel rays may also be flcJml.t.who were not fair wrong ,

(because of the Immense amount ot their neighbor the Montenegrin, I cooking In the two school maintained the doctor gave ber';her'. race clouded pressed Into the service of mankind. ( ) In holding that they
Idioms oed'll1 conver a<(bnt\ but It but this 1* mutual aDd scarce to be 'to give brief preliminary Instruction He bad written: And It 1* worth while to Inquire Into could transmute lead Into gold by aome ,

present'no! Insuperable difficult to wondered at .. Often has the writer : to the hospital corps recruits. "Bed from 10 at night till 7 the next .: their nature and probable significance. rearrangement' atoms:;Baltimore. '

the student.' been amused listeningfirst to one-dnd t>r. ;McQee urges tbat In the"'future morning, Repeat dose once'In twenty ; Many years "jfO ltwa; noticed"that a Herald ,

A* to the people themselves, spokenof then to the other admiring his bravery the nurse corps be more largely util four hours, whenever..symptoms re i cola or abeet of print, if shut up'Indark -i

collectively as Albanians, or' sometimes In going among such js. treacherous, lied In giving systematic word training cur."-Youth's Companion. box. at close Vjtfsrters.' though 0. .a J..t. ......aues.s.-
,
Arnauts. tbe Idea gained therebyof murderous race and the tales! of bloodthirsty to fit.-the hospital corps men for not In nctull'CeDtact"wJtb a sheet of "If I were alke to tttte what physical "it

a united nation U quite erroneous deed committed daily.by' "the their /duties In the smaller hospitals Kx.r lM Briar B..Mly-;- blank paper", would after many.days, ; the greatest, handicap

They must first be divided Into three other,side.* where. they have no trained Bupervla? Every woman who wishes to retain' be found to have Impressed on It a In bo.lle.I would say .'

according to the rt'l1lr1o.a-nam I The Independence of Ouslnjo goes! so Ion. She also recommends tbe gradual her hearth and beauty should walk tat : faint Image'of Itself. Some'people i said a downtwo. merchant the othei

'Alabominetans. Greek Orthodox and] far as that they maintain that they formation of a large corp of reserves least two miles a day. A* Boon' si .attributed these markings* to superhuman day person who 1* crippledcan'

, Roman Catholic Christian These are not even Albanian. They are men who have received some post-grsduate breakfast Is finished .the.woman'wbc ., agencies, and. called them manage to get around In some fashion _
threw religious factions constitute of Guslnje and acknowledge no( way military training. American1 Medicine. know. tbe proper waT'to care for belI I :"spirit photograph" SeguIn, who bit -at least, hwlll'not undertake more x s

three entirely different people, each other than their-own cUnsmen. Theydo -- health rests for half an hour and then bn the true explanation'more by' good taD he can pttor A..'blind prD. }j
.
animated by fanatical hatred' of the not welcome stranger. In their city OvinmpvttMl.. bllcl..... starts out for a long) walk,'.the longei luck than good guidance was laughed ,.)*' ; a

other; and they can be subdivided Into and Indeed It_ II I said to be courting The girls -to-day hare been.'petted 1 the better. Blie Chooses the sunny side at 'when ho. suggested tbe. Comparatively cither_retire from active participation

I clan and faction ad- lib At', each ileath to sojourn among tbem. Last and made much of from their cradtah- -of tbe street and starts off at a smart i -prosaic theory that the coin or In his Business, or"has assistants who ,J. '.

clan/ ran lie reckoned' a* a miniature( year they murdered the Turkish Kal-: Everything bas been done to make the i trot tf she II seeking for sltinness she : the' printing Ink must, be continually can attend'to certain details.Bnt- there rI t "

feutocrntic kingdom: ready at any mo- makan (or resident governor), and ate hard places! easy and the rough road .cover flv.-mile ,without resting giving. off a'"stream-sot tiny'' particle I I. no defense against deafness, People ,

.mont to go to war with It. next door still Unpunished. smooth. There Is Ji, greeting/ and' / t' -, .:.c7Winne. : which ,10! time produced an Impression do not know you .,deaf'until they: '

nelphlror. united] only I in a case of com- One custom still remains to be de Ing lathe schools nowaday' In leTel.I' .. 511..,? i, on the'paper that they were bombarding. speak 'to you and you perhaps do ,Jot;

coon dauber the anarchy qxlstlng: allover scribed. It Is. that of blood brotherhood that children may leant without The once popular filigree ornament I t think ,you are' a* dr ft asyon reallyare.

<< Albania can be faintly .Imagined ,, knowing It A sort of 4< have reappeared In belt buckles and I A. REMARKABLE DISCOVE.RY. whole'

til tlieir-lore of utter independencethey In a wild and utterly lawless! land tractcd-wlthout-paln system" It Is from I clasp Old pieces resurrected may b* I For "I know one man who lost hit 'ho J.

have .nbead.. [and>la_lain alone! ; such a* Albania tbe custom i la Invaluable kindergarten to college. At home If perfectly cleaned with cream,of tartar. 1 long the question' fell I Into"abey. fortune simply because 'w.. 4eat ;
though that It
contained
we now
but even then one religious faction to personal safety. When once not at school American children are' Make a pasta of the< 'cream of tartar' once aee He ran a haberdasher's shop on -;

would fight another on the slightest' It I I. performed tbe. ..VJiFoUwrsV ,nrvs regularly and unblushingly polled, and and a little water and spread It thickly the,germs of avery remarkable way; and .. be.bad been In the.bnsl.v.4
. discovery That was reserved' for M. .
pretext At a pinch the Mahommetan bound to help each other even to one while the effects of .ueb'whIJleaale In. ou the silver;rubbing Into the crevieca '' ne. for a good many years\he.'wai: )
Henri
section would figbt for the Turks If sacrificing his life in defense of the Jury to the childish life often wear off Wrap each piece ins a flannel rag and! UecguereU.'outcome' In .1800 be wascarrying quite prosperous. An accident nearlydeprived i

the common enemy was Christian and other. Besides the compliment 1* with boys as noon as they KO out into let It He. for five or six days. Then e rlm.cDtL.JJlI_ him, of his ''heu'buffet, .
the salts of which were
appeared to be aiming at their enslavement greatThe procedure .Is ... follow, the world to compete with their equalson wash In worm water, and'th*, sliver ,. uranium thought It would not pr. cmple" J
noted tor their singular optical ,
; but It Is- a fact that the and. I If It Is not exactly! the same, still every aide in the cue of-girls the WJl1be.a. bright a* If new.- properties. bar to bit work. He began:to "

Porte bas just as. much trouble with closely resembles the ceremony of tonic. of mingling In the affairs of life They,arecblefly known fo ordinary money He, lost nearly all his f o? ".

the Mahomnx-tans as with' tbe Chris blood brotherhood as once performed and "work without flattery or 'favorsof -- niM-k .-.- .. "'people by the''"beautiful and customers, and had ,to depend' < .'( .
tians. One and all defy tbe .Turk laeverymennrr. by the ancient Norsemen' any kind Is usually denied. With Th6 ever useful black frock 1* to the golden "uranium glass which Is used chance patronage Why? Simply b-r ; .

They par no taxes andklvo Tho two m"I1..Btaud. out In. a ring girls the petting and coddling continue tore.... The most popular materwT-la In porcelain painting. Aa so often cause be coul not bear -what the OM>' Y;'
happens, to scientific Investigators, M. *
no soldiers; though some of them and bare their .forearms; each make long after womanhood lp' reached andeo'thullaughters crepe! de chine the kind with the towers sid tO him
bl
for .
Becquerel l was rewarded labor lrooe.a.ke.f
volunteer for military ervlco. With a an Incision with a knife the blood do not get over the gleaming satin finish finding most fa dlscovory'of for a hat he was apt
by the a now set of facts
sublime Indifference to the law. theygo flowing Into ,o, cup of wine. With effect of the American manner of 'vor. Tbo French modiste turn out latest .In necktie Shirts %
of which he bad no suspicion: like:: w
armed to tbe teeth: and though Tor- linked arms the cup Is emptied-half by spoiling children as, promptly,' and as manysmartcoatumes'of this material exhibited to the man wh. MM
-key has .ent'vast armies la tbe past the one half: by the other-by, ,the thoroughly 'as do the< sous. These' the waists and skirts being; as"aruie: Saul be went to look for.his father'sasses buy halt a dozen' frttjtjtlt*. ,

to dteatm' them and enforce the I.'W frlebds._A. kiss conclude the _com spoiled children will,have to Jove very accordion pleated. While not new, the and found a kingdom. urged him to sell out and retire; not l '" ''I
He- observed that these uranium
within a pear or two every- m ir and' pact; Tar more real to-theseTnen- than parnc.tJYand; tenderly If they, are1- to pleated frocks persistently remain modish '' Invisible refused to do 1 until lie had sunk '
salts emitted 'an radiation
youth possessed a rifle and revolveronce our marriage ,vow "till 'death do a* be really successful homormakers.' The and will be much worn through last 'dollar In trying .regain hit lostnntronaKe. ':'
which like- tbe discovered Roentgen
.newly
more. To-day Turkey has neither part ability they have; tbe .training needed put the summer ."-New Press. r'
p't
Yo ,
the power nor tho-wlsu to disarm their They have far more ceremony 'In they often have and can always, get raTa-trayel'led metal and r d ,. {
other bodies impervious to ordinary
last bulwark against that threatening day Intercourse than even If the Illumination come after .
common every .Bo.tke flight Bind.The .
;Went, and In this respect no U.ttle' Western nation., A new comer's marriage. It Is the disciplined,nature -, pre't.YlllinJ. lightand.,left an impression on a ,'
any three,,
little maid of had
: photographic!, plate." Thus a "crystalof ; :
which will be needed 1.
sometime of most ; the habit of "
cleverness<< is displayed. We first remark Is an acknowledgment, uranium aaltwas placed Inside seena baby, When a ,. .
read of Mahommetan atrocities" On which present on-' doing distasteful things and] doing tpWelJ any "
hIs faith one
every : a. darkened cardboard box along with mother ,came too spend tbe..afterasjp> :
Christians In Albania, but tbls I* only swers with the prescribed formula. them cheerfully' continually; the deUgbswJU.;
and baby she '
photographic
where the Christian Is 1n the minority Then he greets those present, and IIIIIk.wlllere.ponded power to give up cherished plans; to4eTI.e an ordinary' plate In Its brou&t. .
of helpfulnessnboutthingeofSmall Pleated blouse. are much liked. closed slide. It was then found that Sh gnus beside the iBstoM/ -
;Where the positions are reversed tbe to. To each be ways
much ahakeu.met'el Interest In ..themselves and the glllc'for crochet work Is ;being used the rays, given 'out .b)' the crystal, cooed to it and patted It and f
IMabommetan gets Just as penestthtlon his hand but It Isnot, .
gives
:
It When the visitor'
stffcb although lnvlslblo'to'tbeeye; .tampedthemwlvea..cll lid goody ,( ) :
to costume
regular practice of forKetfulnens, of ,
!
a* the Christian.It )' clasped; to his friends be pre. lltUqjnaldtried] beoauaethey'"weis, .,
Is far beyond, the writer's powerto sent his cheek not to be klnsed. but self and remembrance of others In'the'' /A flounce with upstanding part. In \ the plate.. It an object. and said C'' I
of cheek recurring trifles of daily life.-Wom box pleat Is attractive such as a copper cross, was Interposed taking .the'd01" away ': |
describe even faintly tbe whole for his frlepd to lay likewise his and wanted of her. ., :
'!AlbanIa (Macedonia Is not Included). against It. When a glass of spirits 18given an's Home Companion. '' -:Forest-green taffeta parasol. are between"tbo was photographed crystal the.plate'ItsImage In shadow; "doU7 next Own UjBe";DM' "i! ..'

Month of travel would be necessary him. he docs 'not drink'It till he : among the ,catchy sorts., I 'called she,.did not ''brtf t
A f1.s Toe u.. r..k.tr, \ very.much: like 'the- Roentgen 'skia woman *; ,
to tell of Old Servla and the /end; has first praised God and then wished Lucy Locket tbe Immortal woman 'Mitered schemes die bard-that., .is. graph", baby but the, brought ,a 1 +"

.between Mussulman and Greek Orthodox good health t;> all present .both et who lost her pocket. Is hardly so much they are not dead at all. 'wQB- which gave to the little :?.
: or 'o( the Kplrus, ,where the which phrases! are, responded to by __..... COONVFQREVEB... . .. abe "
ta be pitied atnre.,_, miter case It 1 Buttons are an Important feature on old The maiden looked grav .,,;,;
preck Albanian mutilates the Mabom- aiL i. ',Tl>e eurlous thing 1* that there' .. no .
Vobody ; 1 the doll. Then she felt Of It
was found, but, can. find ,ourpockets coats and summer suits. I .. gti ,
"
tan In one district; and vice versa a A grave courtesy pervades the whole apparent need of.an excIUng-causo for 1.
and ;g ,
It border : t
for ullf! Man happy;creature. Brown in' badh.gi. colon poked |
; Ie I harder.aDe
w-snlles away; or of tho hangers of party and the stranger among r them a good these rays.- They" go on continuously, t '
'
If her !
... I. a marsupial.lie Is blessed wltb cry as heart
'
.. the vast tract of country between cannot but wonder at the perfect man- than fora quill on an ecru hat: and they do not seem to,, be affected, cmmeoced'What's the '('
more pockets be knows .what to /
Monastlr and the Adrla where the Should his //Black embroidered white silk stock break" mtel
display. such
nef these men by,any treatment, as' beating or '
do with but unfortunate like
Mahometan reigns .upre.me': ; cigarette go out prompt band relightIt with style in poor their present state woman has, lags are smart with'black patent*leather electrification, ,"hlcb..the"emlttlni'" dOI.t yon your. do) 1 ..f! .f;.

But of the northern regions! the for him; la the food ready for eating Oxfords. crystal 1. submitted.. 111;' .aU other mothe' aii&*, ;
not so much as one. little pocket in "No-o-o-o-o, ; "
writer may speak with some authority. be Is the first to be served and not till which to bestow her handkerchief. Light colored silk coats In both plain 'eases of the kind such at the famlllar. "I .,want, a Ibbd' tltltUe 'York ,

In every respect this part of Roman he has eaten his flit do his hosts begin. ,' A. weekly bereavement, In this latter and "corded silks are the smartest for' one of the Roentgeb ray, it I.feces. Press- 'c0 7'7 V ;,. ;

Catholic Albania Is of extreme interest, En route, over dangerous passes lineIs of common occurrence/! in summer tor little girls. awry to. supply energy from outside. . 'i\ D' ,.'
both aa regards. the Inhabitants and would be fatal men risk In order to excite the vacuum tube and t .
I where a step the' courae-iof time becomes a 'severe Woolen materials show ,'tendency' _..it Boys f Fit i. 'fi
tho magnificent scenery On tbe lake their lives that no harm come to him; strain. A* for pure they only too of. toward small square or diamond effects. tart, the radiation.. Indeed, it 11'1\ ,"Almost the first thing a mother : "

bearing/ It* name lie. 8c tarJ, tbe capital the writer ,haa known them cling on ten' go tbe way of the*handkerchief In two colors: almost: like embossing,' fundamental doctrine of; modern science for in buying'her son a salt of

of Albania the seat of a laU and the face of a precipice,'making.him a The bell-shaped sleeve: rendered hopeless Linen' crash In its' natural tint'Is n'i that no'work can be done without Is to discover 1f the piece of,cloinches } lookst" 1''r

i large, garrison.- 'It is the only town foothold with their hand when ..theway .. the military trick.: of tacking one's of the most ...e lceable' materials for, the expenditure of an equal amount of quarrls I the hip $
>f Albania that can us-- reached with is sleep or shelving.. handkerchief It, but .with new; cuffs girls' skirts to energy.'nothing; '' for-1I0thJD ,' a. they which to patch tolethat issues to'
up young with
shirtwaists
case by tourists, and It I I. partlcnla'rly rude staring of Impertinent near and little for sixpence The '*' ''
say There Is uo there comes a gleam of returning hope. .' nay very. come' after' a few wearing, Said a
safe. A visit of a few days Is, arevelation Inquiry, no molestation or rough fttU-ol' cornerstone of our physic 1* tbe theory relo..J'anTa avenue clothing* ,itnerjWbchanti '
K The majority of them are tllltt-
to any 'one unacquainted to properly appreciate Tbe shoulder capes, so very fashionable of the conservation ', ( '','
mesa In order at the wrist, the fulness suddenly ; ener.-tbe negation in, In.wer to a .UOr.'w ;C.
) with lands, fcr the bewildering Indeed deserve for Women, are Just! as desirable'for.girl to of the CU '.
these these virtues-for inch they << spreading out several Inches higher. so speak, possibility; of why be now inserted a, ,;! T';
variety of national costume to be wit- to be termed. 'comparison with tbe arm. This sleeve is more than up *. Much care should be taken- perpetual 'motion., ,But AtBecquerel'adlcovery Instead of the little square.-of I woolenJ!; t

nailed them on the weekly market the rudeness shown b)', the lower i pretty for It will supply the abiding In selecting their shape so as to overcome ., with- the extensions made material. The paper II a'means of ad'kgvertlsement f 'I
barer Is of the most wonderful I in : i,the, rather short waleted effect It: and 3Ime.'CUrIe *
day-or one clacses: to a coD.pleool1l..trangcr. : I absent A little by and other workers withme.bpaatdAan4Stn;; ; -
place for a long pocket.
sight) in Europe. Tbinountalneers _ my of' our large' ctties-it must bf I envelope-shaped receptacle could be they are apt to give. If a girl. la abort la this Held causes us to IIIIt.'wlth stead of talking about the hole and in.evltable ., ;; to
descend In their thousands! mind that of these wabtted the cape'should be pointed in some searching of heart bow It to .
Dome In very many easily fastened to the inner side of the is> patches I' quetlT' extract ,a, ,
'journey ing from far and near,armed men have never seen a human being frontVaponrine-, reconciled with conservation printed slip of : hip t;
left sleeve in the fulness. j\.t' big tl.
pap
with Martini rifle and revolver: alit dressed Jn our quaint garb In' their I. enough to contain two or three. small is one of the,latest stuff* ef energy: : 'Y' ', upoa' sf JrIDte"Clo"p''et .'

which they must leave behind at' the live' ';7A ,.1II..e'ma)' be visited by,a necessaries.! ''Then a flap could be attached for,blouses, stronger-than mousseUne, i Research bas shown tbat theladlaft patches 1* not nec' I'tb"tb"/ '

guard boosts on the outer precincts,of stranger once In a generation and not to> button over. A Russian finer and more silky than crystalline, I phenomena discovered b)' ot clothes, as nve .'

the city. With'mnlea, donkey or,wiry even the little children will.how Indecent *- blouse or bolero affords opportunity for something between tbe''two", but It:1* qnerel are characteristic of a small or''wcjtsfZotitVbilt2:.h.'piiptMr.ms \

ponlei,..they enter the city' la long curiosity.' breast pocket like a ,roan's inside. yery, pretty.and gain in effectiveness group of new elements, found In close not be as sutlsfattoryvlu-.case bgdB"d' :

string, brawny fearless looking mea; .But-now the reverse. of this Idyllic For summer frocks a separate pocket from the contrast with the coarse guipures association with, u.nlum. but patch,still I think mr cnemV>M>r sv>;'". ''.
attired girls! aDd ; _l ouM the and filet laces with which' themajority world of sb '. better '
pretty, tastefully .,. picture must lx shown Is pretty made of the material of the ably tbroJlb'the terprtslnx and a- adrertisemiwi''1': .
Jaded women v Taveler be 'observed making'' note\!' ,or aome harmonizing silk.' 'At of blouses are encrusted.' te active bl b eJrt.t than .:long spee about patches that;

All the numerous clans lire absolute; Jtklnn.:photographs or measurements,. ,ofrOWI1 all event. let us have the pocket some- Coarse, linen crash and holland In cued rdiu0.' This ii-. sure'to Mme-. 'a.bIDa't.c"'. '

iy independent of each other some in then his life would"be:; considerably IVbere.-DJ'OOkl'D Eagle.' deep' ecru and tea tints are fashionable extraordinary property of continually .

blOod 'feud, 'where they:shoot each endangered, Tbe inborn suspicion : for morning blouses, trimmed ,with emitting a ,tr.1 of material particle, l: 'II.J.. .JoeewBtlVt "

other at sight wherever they meet, A.. ,hese hlllmen would be aroused.'and A 'Tiae .wirliag Sto'l; .. *' pure white: Irish crochet or black-and-! which seems to go o forever without is pbb the biggest '' .

their border .'are_ not always most' plain request to leave their domain /'There' i. nothing ,more' certain" than' white embroidery; these are generally diminution 0 baar.WORK"WJ'lt ) ', te 'h.'Jnatbn.'c: .

satisfactorily defined and etchTof\ the' wonld'assuredly follow backed up' byno ibat the'graceful swirling stole will be made In slip form fastening down the pleted $ o "-

'two neighbors' holds' strong jODTle- hidden meanings. Immediate obedlence > -; i::very Important accessory feature of back or T, with, 'a brod4 box-pleat In' : PWER freight 0.'.tbe BOcky"Meuntalna.'I, \ .
"
feet'nml'on': level
tons ..Thenaca would be'' enforced or a bullet'woat4ucerta Black and' front finished'ozr' "Becqurrel l measures .ennt1 '?, 1
battles royal often easue. 0 tbe, frocks of 1003 says wJtb a. small black, of ..'

tUa 'turn..VUt. In'' foil'strength' : mil!{,solve, the difficulty.' Whoa,:, I would not like,to toy,that It bow tim?..cravats ,J n.40'cDt& ; are, not usera streamorsuch,vibration* and track can hall bl'.:!alraWkpt.'oanq'_ ; '"rnJN in :.j/ :.. !
ca .
Jl' ;
,
1. ;
nd. i :' .,. l
,
: VI+ 'o' '
";;1 ,, J", !.'1 r :/' t o, I -
4.j; .. l.1 i. "

"" 'JJ ...1'JJ\ :: .J.",,"1It' 'II.,. " ,'r .'\", K" ,'; ,,n'(<.r,;}'..,t, .. .,,' ,-. .. .. '.. , ,I & r'.j tr '
u.11f'
.. ;. "
'
I ..
"
.. .. &
( :3./ .
,. , .,' <- .. ,, I .. \ / '
"" "" .ff. fl' . : ', t< '.. .rl "?"f '. 'y ,I 't 'O'
l" 'i'I' '" k "' ',' ( ( ' ' r ", ' .
: 1,; ;. ;;. ".. "J. .1\\ " \. ,; ...,.;.. 'i'. ,': 'J"I'" "" ,'":. ," ",. . J" ".



y. .. - ,



2 a w

v4 a,

-

IVptice, of; Application" fur* Permit RAILROAD - AmsficanBcauty.

to .S e11 Liqu'ors.-Wines ATLANTIC COAST LINE CO.CNKDCLX "'
.
.1, COLLEGE ,
ROLLINS F. C. Corsets'
I :
and and
Deer ;
"' II : IK EFFECT "APRIL, 13, IMS. ,

WHKRIt (. R.T.. Boiler' hK flied wllll 'th* 4 "
.....-, of CiHiulf Ootnmlvnloaeni tor Oooolo. 7 Bile' a oAp t.v. . .. . :.:. .. .. ,e..1 mpa.:. ... . ... ... .. . ... .. .. G"A/ lUawiUN61ra .j '
i C-XITHI. n. rl"". bill Application I for permit 10Stl 1sa 11 CII" L.\...n.' . .'_. .. .. .. . .Pla"l c..IL.1. .. ... .. .. . .. ... .... .. Ar 710a 946pa I WINTER PARK FLA. Exclusive
Uquora, Wlna aw B *r liuKlwllou MrlctOuf "a 9 :tp I.v..i./ .'... .. . ... Lak.leui . ,.\. .,.. .. .r.. . .. ..rrrAt .40. pl7p and i
>r aabl County an 1, ol one4ielretton' dlmrtpt m4vh E3/ her. be. m\i 'he Hireling ul (U. H-.IIMI h. ,.. held ..... Ar'. . .. . .. ....-II..rord. .'... .... .. ... . . .. ....1.1 v :22oa 40tPUUp
on Monday tha ant day of Augui-1, utfxt, why IMp Ar . .. . .. .. . ...OreuglUlyJunollnn;... . ..... . . .... .,,1." 926& SP10LAI GOLLEoE;: : Jjle I models
I if auub p.rmtl.hotad no. b- .r..uCed. lor, . . .. .. . ...1..1.. .. .... ... .. ... .. :. ... .... .. Lv . ... 4101'UIp r'
'JNO M LKK .110"" Ar.... .. ... .. .. ..... .. .. . .. I'almll.. .... ......... .... ... .__I.'I1I1"p.' 1tPl'I'41111p )\rf.r 9o.11e1
G It isA*.] Clerk' of the IWrrV of" 7I0a Ar. .. .. . .. . . . . ...k..D'.lIt".L. III0a t Mp Preparatory School, Music, School; .lldup. ( dale

r p <::=:r.C'oinnilii'lonera,Count.. Fk.rlda. .11 IITATI"Stio .... ...... .... ..... .. .. . k9887as"p .. trIes to selec -
.
... . . LY ..: ,.. .. . .. .. . .. .1'f\onp. '
Lt Dy 'W 1JOHNSTON... D. c.. ... ...- 1.. ". . . ..PlantClti..... ...,.... ... ...........A.A1004a8M1pp ... . .. Art School, Schop ?f ElocutiofsBusiness .'o i. Made
700.. D M9 Ar...'....... ..', ..... .... .. .I..ol.nd ... ......... .... .. ..... f0 II 11II.
;i Notice of Application for PermIt 780a1027p Lv.. ... . ... .'. .... . . .. . .bartow .. .. ........ .. ... ... ..,I.v, 7 P duos andTeachers' rom selected "
.__ ., 111 Lr.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . Am.1. . ..... . . . .... ,.. ...r . . . School, .School of Domestics \ ; l
to Sell Liquors, Wines, . ...: I M... A......... . .. .. . .. .... .. 1'uow 4nMa ..... .. ;. ... .. .I.a 4oap .. . - Veartwell'l ;
and LJeer. .116 .., .$/ T.UIONIi. -'- 11x.6mp' Class: Industii Arts. : ;abrlcsandiVcry 1i ,
p "II .,. .... LtI"f ........ .. .. Tamp., .. .;;..._......;........... ..t.r. BalaM i kI
"F WHERKAH.!: A'E:, Benrrton hen o.ot;) with the Bop .. . .. Ar ..-. .. .., ...,... "'. .. Tholl.p.t.. ,..... .>,....L" .a...,..... BUa .- 1 P.air l i 4&
.
/ Au.nlutnuuuty C )tniulBloi era 'li>Y"Onoeolir, "' i\na our liberal t
t ",',. County, Florida hit ApillpHtlnii| for IVrnitl in loop 910aL v, .. ... ..., ...... ."..... t.m//.... ...,}. .....:.. .. .. ..... .. Ar 101, 6 tip BLACKMANA PH. PRESS
sell t-Iyuort, Wlnoaauil Boaru KlerUon ,Die ....\1' \\l4\a L.,.. ....... .. .su..I., . .Port 7stop. ... .. .. .. . .. .. .,. .1,.,.. 114 a 140 p.dMp1044a I .W' F.'t: D.. guarantee. .
trial unfof, eal' ('on...,. and @I" .*. "i.y: elUaen I.".. .. . ...... .. ...8t. I''el'llbal'lf \l'bar'.1.. .. aM1 p' Ask to see \"
.of ...l" Klonlon) 1-tmrlrt. may how taupe If .1 4np) I.v, ,, 'I.. .: . . ,...t :Clt.rw..ter. ; . ... .. . ..", . .7ada
any then b.. nt>h*mooting ofrlwivmnl t* Ito 7'lIp "or .. ,,.,,. ...........Tar do .Nprluga'.t. '+. ..... ... ...,.\,..1.v. -- ,'iem.Kalnmazoo. - J .h\'
b{ he don Moud' IhuiirJ ? of An.mint next zi 711 2JI .. tY141vwNN Vb M'b'b. .
2,1 6. : ,
not :.711 12! J2 .
wu iiicli pojinL.hnuld: tie Jekaunvltle
> irraiUid. "or.p 2 40p II 8h1> Lv J""lrenov\lla\ Ar II Ana U 45P'7 asp 'a 11111' I.v Arl II 2tlpIII '
,
JNO. N
; 4.KK ,
alp II mp 10 20. Ar Wayerou. I.. II out" 11 un.. JI lop( 11 40p AI Vsldoatn I.. 7, pep i Corset Co.EXClltaive
Clerk of the Dnurit of. J tae 8 ILp' I (1t1) Ar Neveumth" Iv. 18lA.. Ii Ia II BOp I 0.\ a Ar 'Thomavl'e' Lv 11211. C. A. CARSON, Pf.ald.at.: Ni: C. BRYAN,.S.cr.tafy. .
f..1' County ('mnmladanrra'OfD.MiI . 6 2..s II 2-1.' .Ar Cherleaon L" 11 tta 6 5..a ( It ai s. Ar Mnntgmn'ry la 7, 411 P ,M..Hr.
tosstyfFk.rtde ... '
I.
-- r. 7204p. IlIrtoh.h..m 64.I' '
ByW. R. R.JOHJSSTOV I n.t ,' Ar Whmlntrt. ....._alt' 1 fr 7'10 pAr. Nashville ''L" 840a Z'23'E: : KALAMAZOO MICHIGANSod
.2p4076Al: L" It 110. 111I11\ 12110 Ar Evenavllte Lv 80 a c
Notice of Application for Tax 4ip, 7 Ma \IU'\hnum,1\ Le 6 4aa app 9 IS a Ar :h lryIt v 7 top and .core m.n t .I
11 i '
hL'Lv

t Deed Under Section 8 of '7 4OtA(Wt\te .72tp t MJp'Ar'IIr: Phll.d..lptla bNttlmore Nvw )'oIk, 1.12 L.: 9 2 tpp10a Ala II 900a lip IllIa ,,200..!.1te a Ar A.-.J 8tf- 1.vii I ,,:,i f YTii72ft. II JI.p.; Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I 1L'; O. : .Stanford.

Chapter 4888 Laws' a Ar c.:1t"lnn..U: l Lr ._
IIp41M1p
: - 111.1.. Lv ) nnllfnm'Ar. -
of) Florida. Ar Mobile Lv 124, --Wholoal and Retail D.aI.r.I.- -
.. $21p: Ar New Orlea'. L. :to .
Kottct U rebyglten. that John llrrnn.punhajierof '
Tax r'Prtingato Nn. 4'iS. nntcd 4heA T-- I cDc.H1I1ES. r
7lh day of hla A. 'VI+Iq, has Clod sapI rerlifl.eete : THUO-UaH CAR.8BRVICB, .
Ira my tifllfNi' and has made ''.'h'utlou. for Train S3..n4 85 carrtt Pullman alecpeni l>olwo n Now York, Jackeonvtlloand Port TampAt| ,
tax deed lo IHKIIII. eocrdanwlb, law HftM rilnln'i/ciiriorriiViliniujrii! Itotwocn Jnctk-oiivilln .n,1 Jane. city; day cnarhoi bolwoon JaukuMuel1e -
rrrt/0eate/ embrace the' f o 1 lowing 1..rll,1, / and W..h 1 Ohrpiitrt rouui):n FlorMa.- York and .InqUtourlll and ClileMKo without chnnKeiCourt I .
pkPIII7NK'kofPE: Hoc HI7"TLp: :b8.. H 21* K Line. xenniem. leave Piinia Ontla for Fort Myera: and lolcrmeorll.te landings-dolly ex. i COUNTY AGENTS fOR' _1...
40 acres, the' said! lauds b 4nj ae'rtpod i l at the rent K....''.,; 7.. m returning leave Myrrh 6... 1D.-.r"'d..1f Punta Uonla p. m. -..- -
r laM of tlm limmnco of pur-h ccmAR In thanamtfof : KffVi'.t and \1tAtanuteamen leave Port TAmpa Hiindayii. Tunnlay" and Thurcaitva 11 p.m.
C K Lartlyuv.*' ITtili'ixi. atld t'ertlflcHle'ab.ll Through ntllwan .Ieepe but de., IMI redovmed acconllutf trt law,-taX,: deed and wnmhvrn. altO ryas. Celebrated Fertilizer I |
will l la.ue. thereon on thf D Ian, ticket agenu or 8. 1', vnLLIKK. 1 R., IMvlalchi' Pan er Agent., Tampa, .. 1.... G ItA IN'; ETC. \
Wltiiem my oRlclal xliruature au"| seal I Ihl.tl.1 .. W. J. CKAI. (neial Pa.aeugerAgettt > .
;---- ---- - WtlruingwflNC.. Circular and Price*
day of M'7A., ,U,11103 -- if. M. HMKRVJ"\ Trafflo Manager,' s -=

't f lu.ALJ] Clltrk\ .JNO Clrcnll M LEE court: . 5. ?;:1'T 'F.-.I.llod'a: Appllcatloa. i, +r

. t Onowil Counir) Flurlda..
JIlt w. .;. jonxsTos. i> p !
NOTICE -

Notice of Application,; to Sell Kotlf h hereby given IhftTTTie. fullowlnir d".rrlbod land will; be sold' public auotipil onieHni : | .,
It, day o.t AIIKHM A. l I'. 1VUX. In fmntol the Towu Hall In KlMlmmee Clly: O.ceo n County, __ WOOLrod.i.ce
.Real ,F tate. Florida, .rao much thvroof. will be tiecetiaary "'I''r.the amounts due for taxes herein setopl ,
In" ,,' >dw'Ihentptt.lugethcr: with tliBCpataof .. .. aalu.OWNER. ,
la be..b'II1"II> 'ill;:If)
ornjeene .nnrr.iina'.
that 'beollllile.li.neli.! N. C. ,
= lnlnialraurr01-the pawtoof Jni M .Oliver de! DESCRIPTION .' TAX AND COSTS. Mrs. Fred Un1'a.th.plpld.n' ,

tintiHit will make pt'llontlcin on Monday. the --- tVumlrr Club, I1 aI.n ;
Roarddlllotr.MaryBMnrgeti : "
""" NNNKMrN1 MNKKNKNNti ,
Ixtb day' of ""Iy.\. U... lwl.l"ti> the. lion \\', U.Johntton : ... .. .. ....."".. '''Loll' r ; block 14...... .... :.. .. ..'. ... ...".. .... ... 4p!l! llarlwr, '
F; lryunda..t. County Klanlinuae J 1a, in" said n' n County r ola County.for an Mary B. Morgan' .. ..r.!... ... . .. . .. . Lot 6, block 14 . . .... ...."..'. .. .. . .. ... ,..-rr.-- ti9 . "AJUr my flrtt baby was bum I did not

1 oMrr to sell Itt prlvrtte ease 1 In whola. or In part Jnmel Le . ti ,- . . .-.. Lm2.ItoawvU'i Addition I 21Jumet ,_ __ _a .... item to M iln my itrcngth although the I
r the. folluwhi <1fi, "ovl'ioJ' UiHiii" .UU, stud in' aaldCounty. Lee. :: : '.:. : . :: I>< *,. :; ':: "::::::::: .: ::::: :::::::::: '::::: '.:::..: 1 & doctor gave me a toMe which* coiuld-

8W14o1NEI4nfPeellinatn Irt-wlt I : T'. W .q."R.. 80. Sarah Uoiwell.1! ... . . .. ...... ",", \\eel"of Lot 1*..,.. .. .. . .. . . .. . . .. .. 1 lit! std superior but Instead oJ getting
It M Lot . .-. ". ... no very
E.6.
S .and IHI-t NKliofM' '< and N KIl of N N'J hXlf)j of Net.. It M Sanily Kaudy K,t::'':::''':::' ';:": : ::::: Lot t .: : ? ,::: : : : ::::::>: ::::: :: ::: ::: ::. .. .. 9uUnknown better I grew weaker every day.My hu.
4 lion of l.iTpTor len.e. gut.ditINlov H. I.' E. and of);Hlt' .( f-"of,'Uoe.lot .. . . :.. . Lot . . . : .._._. . 271Itobert High Grade Whiskey band IniliUd that I take Win* of Cardul'

1; i ro.' an a., B...A9 J\., the "Name hrleg i the propIn uukuowii .. .,. . ... ...... ... .. . .. Lot A In beau Mock Addition.I1L .. ... -, . ... .. . .. .. ..:. .-r-- IIiWEll. for a week and ltd what It would do for, 4,
)r, r, raid intiT1 1> tau. ..... ..... .,."... .. .. ..... Al Bltx-k' Ll.m. ... .............. .. ., ..... 278 me. I did! Uke the medicine and was very j
U ilUi day_of JUUP. A.. Unknown. ... .,. '. . ,;'.,...:.. .. Lotltl3"lbrllJ\f.lIn.wC9roer Block I'L. 1 27LLIerkln ,r.lrful to find my length and health
+ N C Bit VAN. *. . ... ..... :. .. . ) .. .. . 127 In two week I wa out
,, A. Admlnir.tr.Uir o( the Elalol J M Wiliaou Jr '... ... ..1.. .. ..... Agexropat'0orofMlackl, wW'tt' ."a'75 feet. lowly returning.
J."b' 8..Oliver- Veceitved. ?* etICftptbft.( .. . .. .. ..... 120 Kentucky -ExchangeAND of bed and In a month I w *.able to lake
P..V..WSAcHUW.' ; . C M Cooker.) .. .. ........ .. .. .. . . B"lllIulnlf 78iiaofp.aor01Bunch 4, lAVfeet, w up my usual dutlei. I am very cnthuil-\
a 't, Aouruer. Jan It & f till f t. n M f t, e M ft.... . .. . .. . . .. .. . .. .. 121AUHanaon utlc In IUWine ..Alac.."
. .. ................. ... BeKlnnlnir74, ft of nw nor of lUo -k..511 It, ekG : ,
,. Is Your ;Xlfo Worth HOc s, : m ft, nlfijft. w: ft .- ibIi'il.: 120 of Cartlui minforcei tJuforgu.of
> Beginning H2 wof 10 our of Block 4, ; .
t, wfiuft.a laofi.e Nift ... 121 generation for Die ordeal of prvgnimoy -
If So Try a Bottle of : :: .... ::.':: ...:::-.:..:: :::
Unknown. ; ..,,; .. Th eel4ofniof.ot8) Block 4 70 'r : ait J,cliiltlbirth. It l prevent miacarriiu -
L.B. ehirer..r.A: ((,,.....,..,.. . AUJiluvkA. .. ... . . .. . .. ...f... ... .. "_ 1142: I SE: C .A. Ii" E. R. LI13IW No- .who take Win
Frailer ..... . .i,..... .'.. .. . i/ot4 In Block 7 . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .;.,,, ......, 7 fit - ..J.IANAGKN ? woman
WA digrby..a..n l :... . .. ... All Block 14. ,. . . . . .. . .. ,'.. .:.. . .. ,.. ..417BB . of Cardai nmnl fear the coIning of her'
I ,.. .. ,... ..... .,.",.... ..... Lot blockD......... ...... ..- .... ..'....... 3 tilt child. If )lr.. Unrath had taken
W II Weaitr. ....,.,. ,:?,.. ..... .. All Block I Robert Ban Hurt Addition........... M Wine of C'nrdul "Wore' her baby came
H D Thouipon.. ...<... ....**...,... Lot4 In Dlook uaeara A-ldltlon .. ...... . . 164II
Vlemlug' . .. .. ... ... . . ... Lou IK and :20 Wm Caonoa'a Addition to City ofUukuown I now have! the. largest tock of Whiskie- the would not liar boon weakened afbe
>i Kla 1 immea.... ... UU and Beers handled in ".... tier rapid recovery ihould
.. . . ..... .. ; ... .. ... Lot 4 lu liluck 8 Hobinion'i'AddlVoa';;,;; to 'klialmmeo ever Kisaimmee. All commend this great remedy to
City I .. .... ... .. .. ... . .. .., ... 1 A7ilollle grades at prices to suit the times. every '
: 'Auder. on. .. ,........ .. .. Lot Sin ixk.; G; R U P Drought'a Add to Kla.ImmeeClty expectant mother. Wine of Cardai
t .. ..... ..... .. .. .7. . .. ....... .. .. 447 repilate| the menstrual flow
K K K Co/a xurvey. ; :

Ullko".If. .. . ......... . .. .. .. .. Lot 7 In Blook S. . . .... .. .. .. ... . ... .. ........ 200 .
Unknown .. . ., >. ...." .. .. Lot. 11n Block .. ... . .. . . . . ... . .... 00 r'C"G 'r.R.A.tE: : : : A SPECS:
'4;: Hoi.wu. .,.. ... ,. . .. . . . ninlintlluBlock! 7. .. . .. ..v*. ... ". . .. .. . HEJCan. WINEorCARDUlBUY
.. ... .....'..... .. :.. Lot In Block 8.... ........ ... .., **
wP, Ketnbaoi .. . . .... ... .. . Uegtk'i ft ae of ne cor of lot 1.'thence. ae 2''A ft,. s ,
aw 76 ft, nw !BH! feet, ne fS feet In UI'Kk U ... 280 .
Mary J Mulford..,.!.>...,,,..........?, Beg eiuoornero.Bloekl&n42de. E: I7X ft, s A., ff. BSARDHHf Proprietor. .. -r-.... -

I ',: J. 1. _'I. :. :!.. I.. Wt1.10.t!: !.,ta.17.( tt/. e[, :.< axe THE

:Ii .;x,We defT the-woe ldt.o-produce a medJWa rr W Yotr it Ads A < .;.ttb-lf Lot Addition 2 Block to-IK IUietmmpClty,9: : ;*%*y:<) -I'. i ". y",i 40 I t

"f., ,, for the cure ot all forms of,1ld. Simon Benlman '.e? .p 'All of Blook F .,.. .. ..... .. .;. .)..1'$.-.? (.1"!) 349V
/.,1a1111pr Flurlde A'IOIUV. u. ,' Step at a point on line 581 ft of aw oor 01 'W: : ,
an'd Bladder dlseaeerCI1w
trouble, and ';{e" ) of .eW of See 21 Tp 2J 8 of Ka: E-Eaatl ' N.
( .U&r ,.z '. n13w.'f t. n 2u* f t. w 7/ta20/f4ailfnsec2y.: _' CCQD O
to that .
l
.will !
/ women, equal ,," ,, .
i 'I > ..JiJullua l
-'v'l'A03fPR90IR BBTCWfv".... 2a VL lIt. : ... .* ... .*. 870 .
httb', Sure Kidney Cure.. Ninety. Hyd.?;..:,.7'l.'Vj'' ; '".'.......,. Lotge. Block i'Jon'nio'u; and'Pr vattaBiibDlvla.:! .- .-' .
t > ion of LoLa 1 and 4 In Blook I of W A Patrick .
el fht per cent of the cages treated withSmith' Addition to City of ICIaalmme. .. ... .. .... . g fit E R. T. BUTLER 'E SEWING 'MACHINE
Sure Kidney Cure that,, have W A Patrick'.Addltion to Klatlminee Cltjk.Mra. .
J 88blver..1.: .... ueglnnlog! at .. cor Lot 8. being e 47X ft of Lot ,
underour observatlonhave' been cured. tin Block I.. . . . . ..... .. . . . . .. 6 )3 .A Do not be
Ida. V Care.. .. ... .. ........ . :. ..., Lot 2, Block III. . .. . ..J.. .. . . .. .. . .. ... 8 13 A deceived brathORe who ad- w
t "We: tell our pte lclne' on a positive. E!: It 11.,.. .... .1..-... .. .. .:.. Lot 8. Block XI. ... ... '... .... ... .. .. . .. .. I'M ALES; WINES BRANDIES vvrtlHe a (00.00( for
warrantee, if direction. ere followed, .1>. Weldon: J...... ..., .... .. ...;. ... Lot 2, Book XIV .. . ... . .. ... .... .. 4Wi t G f 20.00. ThU kind of*machine can .

,and money will be refunded if cure Is. Unknown .i.. . ......,., .. ....... 'keU Unplatted of'awH 8m Land 16,*.T'p 25 88. 2V K, 40 acret. .. t 71 L O v.alou seen.!. be bought from us or any of our / :
r--' ,U effected> ft U Baaa.....,........ .......,.. .... BeglnntJg! -t nw cor of swt! of nwM. Boo 28, t WHISKIES I I _' dealers fromL..OQto' 1800. .;;
t Price 00 cents and 100. ,For sale by TTp 25 B, R 2D E, thauoo li.tki ona, d 4.21 cL a All" ,.a L WC: MAKC: VAHICTY.
,
a 98 dig w 12.66 cba to 1inning.-. 181
" Ooeola, . Pharmacy, ;, .2 Unknown . .:,;""u,,"'"" .:.... .. Beg 420 feet w of .. of ae)4.) of iwti" of nw''< E: THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. 'I
,: -- . of Boo 2M, *'p 21 8 of R :lit! It.TbeDe. w 240 ftState CIGARS E
n *JOft eaat 240 ft, ftW ft,-"4 ac,.. ... .. .... t II AND TOBACCOS The Food determine the t
V, ..B.H.ll/r. .. . _...." ....to ... Beginning HO feet Booth at aoutbaaat corner of weaknow of strength or .--l
: Blk I :28 of Hobt Baa. Add Thence 1 MO' feet, Hewing Machine The
Sure Cure t a 1III1."w ISO ft north 8a feet to beginning: . (05\ i Double Fe<
'._.*t : ; ., J McPHATTEB: a nser-Bnsch strong points makoa the New Home 'j
': -"J.). -... Tax Co: eclow of the Town of.Ji1..lmmH. ; City Florida Anh Beer AT the bait Sewing Machine to buy. .

At lack ot Iron U..bloo4.bowalD the. J.
wra ,
- ...... ......or Is-tk* ..... Pallor alp meaiw much ON DRAUGHT AND S"1"TLED WdteJor.CIRCULARS, ? uit: ;yl61a I : '
L
as Itmaani I a atarvnd aarvoua ayatam. a*eo we mwuf.eetttr.sodprloeebuWmpuroa.ing' r .
.ad'ttWkNad-.uuoaof the vital 0......., poor elr- 1Q. J
----t and Impaired iI.&I D. The Dervea. Can only be found In Kissimmee en Broadway 0
THE HEW
..-.. and all tbaorgwu of Tour body alellAteamay HOHB SKWIKC HAtllNE CO. i
ana all the aiaierlala for their ra. O.s reet. at the BRICK BAR BUILDING. ...*..01.-..a.. "

.....' Iftat be blood. Pallor.above all 0 80 Union Sq. N. Y.. Chloo....,ILL, Allan UOa i
,' t1MM_dalag Ylta11" ?'lot a bay should be. Bt LoIl .JIo., DaJI&I,T...,Ban' Kranolaoo,CkJ" !
.AM ka t BMtorlnftliertotuMaaaiidpttHtrof the BankofKissimmeef .,
...&,.Qettooa-gautby taking the kind 'oftmwnr N R. T.' BUTLER NooooooocOooooooooco ron SALS: .Y o

blood NIl""" The Iron la Dr. Han .
.a... ... Tonlo 1. the perfect kind. It goes .
+ ; ...! .r...... An hour after ron "'kol'It has
kssiaw.P..r. ot rour blood and U dome food FConsistent la..3,1ho County Court Omrsol. County, Florida.
.
Offers to CnstoraorsJEvery Facility a CounfyJndgaof .aId.mmty:

with Sound Management. 2 3a r Courtin; :''te::::of A'Iiuhhlatra: I ; on I on :lb.i: t Z.

i..r f 1 late 0' Robe 11 l.aul"r amd NUT V. Ruler d.. Jf
: oe..ed late of said. County o. (1hIo1'01a, ,
,If. av aiBHBaBBHaiM WIBHMaMI l H H Hai.HMaaHd IKtW* MKHa- 1r
pr.Harter's MAYNARD LUMBER Co. ThPlle .re.. there/ore. to cite and ""moDIe"
all aud . ..al rthe k.nelred
,personal Attention Bnsiuesa Intrusted and
to All to Us. ,, said dt.+........,. to be and l appear ewdlwn before Ihl.01

T. : 11101 Court, and on aU or before oblertons(I''he ':r.sn1'b: :0) A f-


4 ',Iron Tonic 'N.. B. CARSON OA.H.B. .. Saw. and Planing Mills.. tame the wllntaConuty.foresrld granting will::be lell.gra.,:tiled:. ..=..''Hated...hhhth....;..111,dad'of otharwl.have June. 'the.. ,


[nALI 1001. W, R. JOIINIITON.
'" Now In operation. Complete House Bill FurnJ hed. County oJud. 4
u' the ......-and moaralar tlatue, aide < }yellow! and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of 'an' Klndi.
,... Ohreattoa. enables you to gee the rood of Order For
t\0, ....tIIo4 eat, and mam you Well from bead ORDERS. :: :: ; pJt.JED: : : PRo :I.1.L.. T. Publication.In .
M".> .... It. la s sure etuelfor'all atnictlooare- In the Clm"l1 Court
Judicial
.. : talNitaer from Impure blood sues aa aorofula O""l'Ola" Coupty' . Circuit.
........ MAYNARD.LUMBER Co. -.v. a-in G'uauiery.. H
J g blotebea. kidney dUordera. rbmiina- :! Jno. M. Lee I Ira
...... ..out, tlrapepala. female weakneaa, eta Bill to
unll by- mlDeot phy law for Dearly t f t 3 4' M l 1 The Ell.worih That Com1Inlnf Cloud Remora From
;Mt, ... ..., t JGJ50y5S.k2dv p.'J1*Vorporillon; J Title. c
under
I .,the bw( of tb* //ttlltlt
.Imflat i BABY"EASEThe 0 low..

.. .17 T aYsoalal s MIowing. w* t have. one received of thousands eoovinoln of lvi.ebsMOutDrsHoarsIron f t ''llttlttlrlttl't'ltll'JI'tJ"I""t"J't"'tttJIrttJtl'tl'tl'11' ' " " " " ' ' 11 I 81.dahithe.boye. .s atedlcause th.1 Ir> the bill.

Toala doM aU (bat worth Ih. Ell.
BeSkt'' Spring a\nd' SummerMedicine J. under tbb Trust. .Company:. a eorporallon eal.IIDA'
M4I dJorittb W.. THOMPSON. 3 I. 01 theltt.te ounwa
Ibe
defend-
Tot Ba\bie ZX Children. cut om Pomtlnn Ih"rel
I named
.
AL., Dee. dol_ a'1'' ** .- J1" UNDERTAKER .and EMBALMER I (nder' and.. n.. prln..lplIl place or a bll.h.foreign...001'0'J. ,
rmlli ""U-S'Dr.JIarte, ** Hadlotnes4t Spring and Bummer bring grave to babies and children. | : of i1n; State belul'has no ralec1'r
.. think Dr. Harter Iroa Toad. t* Thousands of little one die of bowel troubles brought on bj elltlng'' 4 tTIA LINT orCASKE'S'S ', 3corixiia :lt.ta-:: or chic.:In the puce" i
.mmsni I bar* ever atm.y .". unripe fruits vegetables etc. Serious reaultsvofteu follow slight Fiori". upon whom tltepervlce or a subpoena Ntel. of
E' would "u
i. larm JL MoQoee.Ts, 3 dered Ih.I..I"bind said def.ndnn': It I. there/ore or- .
'
': 'If'J! tot .s-u. thin StreeiI effective'end best medicine for all stomach and bowel trouble. of == ''Eaflas and Qants'lrrhal'xcb' i ration be and \\I nou-r..I".o I. h..rehT r..gulreol d.'It"d.o' eorpo. .
lle 10 tho to appear
Bill
babies and children. l'leasint In taste-rcMldreu like It. o. ComplaintSled
HaVfcs...r.tdi9lkatlkeva/r1Jm..1.1j la.-r-/ ) =' or be.o,. Nondq In said seu.e 0" .
the
NICE 8rot
LINE day
FURNITURE of
AND A.
Augnat
'Dr. Har-'' '' > : 3 1-. olherwlM tb. site .noueof.iaht. bill" Pi'
of I STANDARD ,
verr bottle SBWiNa iUCUINES be tekenu
IIODf".d .p
FOR. b
25, CENT* ; LARGE ,BOTTLE lucid 4".ndan
er'.Ima Tonle baa our ; ORDIU111 BY VAIL OR TJLEGB.A.PR!: Poratlon eon__ ; .

::... 'tbe'''o-DV'tradCHllllU'II label.' Don't aooepl*a I 'If jour dragt,ha.n't it, ''write to the manufacturer;' ',, C 'GIVEN. PBOKl'1l AnlUIT10. 0 0 DOES 4/ e _::: 1labed0Poe It a further.week ordered. ....11.that..this orot.',. b. pot). _, ,;

.. gtlb.Misa-fnal.t. oobr.jroa Hanere, ;:::;: R'IPAtRutG -:::::: In the Clusimmee. eOa.c0ntlva "eli. ,l
1 CAiti -- AlrIJPAC61NS V.11.
MAlft3HALL'MACON 11"UBNITtI'BE..4Gin'"oa .-- ,
P. Oasette.
'- *IMdiIIr J1 % .' ? .!. published. 10 ..Id a De..paper '1'

'?rut ,PK.MAIITEI'" : HEDICIHC; ,eoiiPMy, 4 ;Xsk.: ou.JA.." ,J'REE GOL.tRING offer: l.: ; : TJJB QIOBQI AND w:CL IRONFINCzL RKimiiiiuiiiiiiiiiaiuiijiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuauiiiiiaiiii: CO'S' MOfCUEn-8: HEAD8TONEf1: .' == Thai Juoa-.2eib,19USr County-aDd-111"0.' 'X t
: K. LEI:; :!
rtpAfTON. OHIO w r frt.4.: .B& ,
Make .... W Or. N......W1MD. I! i' W.. ' ,aM, t.1. _ .. Name j' I? t l f B, RJ 1'8TOIf. "
P Ji. DpalCdrkY litt
).UU ..., ,., .( VAN8AOWEW
1!' ,Ji ,I ,- -I-l BolloltorforCompUlna/t.\
dfCt J .j .. . ... IJ ,Ir .. /
s./ .e ;t; .. .... .... ... .., . '. oi;:. L. ; :.'\ '!to
--_ . "'' . Hi..1. :T.. 1. ". fff\; \fi.' 1U: """ Jt. r'Y :
.",,"'" _.. "r _t..I-"y7 w '':-, f;" va' ;: e N Ito H 1 tr.7 r lS; 1 tC4' h Gy' a II": -.."'...- ,.v.\ t ',"' '.'.''"' '. ,0.. ""'...','If'' "' ,. /Ii." / .. i.-l., ":: .. '" ., 'l"'J. .' '.'." : '' .,',' '/\,' ':r: tVr*'S **y.GA'7 +'i1,, ; <::d4 I'.r"'''::
'
.
l' :!<., .. 'J ; : : .:. '. ;/;, : ,



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs