Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 24, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00082
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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/? R GEL14G r'S ;>lfr alE.'Jbr" it's"E.. ':The Cup: aaaflutterbyat: : ,elQ Big .Midland M.ttets good price, at the. same time ,they will more beef and pork 'to'.: the ace &b.iu;
refuse the steer* at price. other State to the"Union, as 00* J
C 6 i3 i3P/Ci RsS/ts 4t:-53S'/ &r wfc55W3s/NP An ? : the, Do:1. ,Bucc .... Miss Artie Slontsdoca Is visiting. range any any .
flf & cpuonic : This will force Improvement. in breeds corn wilt be utilised solely produce* ,-'
; The turpentine Industry Is"reoelv- her.aunt in ..Kissimmee.Billie'Monwdoeaspent, sad feeding;' then Florida; will begin ing meat, while other States will hav*.4
ALL POUND, THE! -STATE. ines ,: nd saying: :! ing the benefit: of a 'di oover1 by Dc\\ the' 17th in to, raise stock:, and her-own people to consume; a large part of their crop**
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.. will be at,the po..lbUtt.le.lostock in produoingbeat.-,With the resouroesVof
surprised
JJh&4&y3 ft4..m, I Igra m Charley, .Herty: an, expert of the Bartpw," be, reports a. enjoyable '" '
>s**. .
> ,bureau of forestry the importance of/ day at the races., A few, venturesome '''men will 'bring bare sunbaked Held..but always. ,sheltered !:
... O/C. JI?>-_A &;<8f73Jacksonville : which may be realized by the enormous D. W..'Stokes and his son Bob took: some good beef blood into the State from the .un.wlnd and rain by a

; vain In profits' it securesfor t.he.t.u.. ..- ; lit trip to Bowling' Green back with 'aunch then the necessity for fences will ,be shelter crop: to be1 turned under".for,
.s' is"scheduled t to: have A I :The, St. Augustine Record says, 1 ...t.prown" ., cat..16. 'also apparent, cultivation of gracing humus ana our corn crops cultivated,
triple hanging od Friday, August 7th. Iron Bttte'rs'seem 'be pentltfe Operator,: By new method oftapping'trees > of Mr.Stokes' ,has grasses will follow ..i po country in to produce corn, Instead of going' in- ,
Governor Jennings b... tinned death ] to ;'popular called the cup-and-gut urphased a bunch of cattle from Gharey the world can be made-a cattle grow- to't.h. 6eld..emt-oggasionaltb. kill '

;L .warants fixing thatdatehtr the execution in Ocala. 1 Just. 'now, but :after the toy system, pr.Herty: has secured "an Bart. ,, (which, were, deHvered ,,recently. , Ing country without /good! graelng grass and weeds, then our crops 'barvested -, I'
of three murderer. convicted In primaries .there'will be demand up.that Increase' over the ,old" method of .. The value of cassava, velvet ''beans and cornstalk 'and blade ..11..
.
I the oircut con: ot Duval county and .waf.lor:''Bmvls' Palp: Killer. and feeds of like character"has' been taken care of, we,will find we have sam :
: 23 per oent'of Tbe Midland Vocal Class for its
beside uniformly met
turpentine, ;
1i they have been .forwarded to Sheriff demonstrated but these"' will, .in the abundance? of,feed,'u'our side-crop
John Price of that county. The men succeeded'J. 'Wolf the in smooth Individual who h.lgh. grade of' 'l'O.ln. monthly: singing day Sunday, June! end to a degrees, be discarded, and we peas, chufas peanut*, .... >a.> ,week flll
of
are Frank Carter, convicted''of. the large ..wholesale working firms in a number-Cincinnati 'The demonstration: of this ,rfcfqreaseli h 12th.\ 1 will grow corn; corn': with the fodder.. potatoes. velvet beans' efoi:,'wll.) ':.l U ;*,

,, 'murder of Charlie t'h11Ip..on November claiming to represent the firm of Wolf, based'on careful and,, elaborate experiments Ten'new n..meJwers voted on for properly aved"wUl-lnJlhT... .. come in and render aid ,ln',their season -, 5
cult.\v&t.loD\
.t, ,.of the 2, 1002,murder-; Frank of Roberson.James Smith convicted Bros., In this city, has been tried and conducted by' Dr.Herty. atOcllla class'memberahip. ,and twelve--,more our.will demontrate standby.As that good good ;but most importantof. all is grassgrass.to '
op we can grow
October 26, 1901. All of the murder. sentenced to 'thirty. mbntbs In the,I Ga. One-half of a.. first second ", ere.submitted 'to be' voted. on then crops of corn-crops that will produce grate",'not a hay grass;. 1++,,,fe "-
of were committed In :Duvali' Ohio }penitentiary*' : third'and. fourthyearcrop' xt. meeting, _. !
e y. course, The news. was received 'b,. Wolf : ,: a a -- -.--- - --- -- <.
County: Bros yesterday. ,An account of the Was managed by the box system, ,the J:A. Nebb has sold' his,, stock of +1-Ft41-If4 hM;ttU'" II HI UH .... .. ...1 . .

.V, Thursday"night a party of tlellJ'OG8 trial,'as published in the- Cincinnati I other half by the new cup-nd- "utter roods to Mo T-.area V& .Co.,.. He and. THEKissimmee '

and white men attacked the house of Enquirer, was also sent here, which '. system. Every effort was madeto his mother soon leave for Mlalcka.. : ,,
Ceba: Duke, who -lives about shows that it Thelmposter"madovery
negro, was a speed one. the
have conditions In two the 14th office
the divisions On post was '
mile liver little '
4u five from Junction with ..if.any defense. '
Jt-! the Intention of. killing him. Dukes He gave his name.. Weiner oJ exactly similar and to make the com moved to the place now.oocu pled by Ice Company

,' .. ran out of the back door to the woods, but it Is thought that, he has many part.on'a..Just 'one. The increased Eo G.. McLaren, where it Is more .
and made hi. escape.,, -He was shot In other aliases. ,> . of 23 Bent- secured the
'j output per by ce t.r.llloc..t.ed and will give aocom- Is New Ready for Business. ; ,
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the shoulder ... he ran. The mob then Within a. few days ft 'photograph :;11 11WE"TAKE
j proceeded to the house of his father, will be sent to Wolf Bros., in order cup-and-gutter system during!' the sea, /mod t10Q to 'greater= number ,of .' '..
, Hlchard Dukes, who lived neap by, that they' might see' if'they' are acquainted son of 1902 is guaranteed by Dr.,Hettyas patrons, THIS 'METHOD'OF INFORMING THE PEo;: :;

t.nd shot In to the house. He also ran with'the young Russian, who 'being ,absolutely reliable for ih.turpent.h .. VJultanMontsdoca was .'home for ; lmm e'a.nd' contiguous territory'that'we:; : his life oiit the back but- seemed be such crook.' '
for a* to a smooth
he ran"'; two- loads'of'buckshot way "and The Messrs. Wolf believe that. Welner orchard at' Ocllla, Ga., visit, for the first time since Christ ma.n'ufacturln ; a supe 'quality of ice and solicit-their' patronag*;y| 1 i(;

., il y': ...everal bullets were shot Into his body was in Tampa several months "'&'0. and be believes there is .no reason, for mas. He'finds steady employment. on for the, same. At a large; expense we have equipped 'our plant.1: :'N:

killing him' lnsta %I ly. His house was when he called upon the firm seekingemployment. not accepting it, as representative of Clsslmmae Island with the Lewis; with the best machinery that. money ,could 'buy, ,and are highly! "
then set on n reand.:. burned with allt' 4 the increase that.' be"secured and Carruthers Ca"le.Comamy. '
it this
"" may by Ightsey pleased with the results of the trial that, has been given ,
its effects. Ills wife was so frightenedthat It has also been learned that Weiner ,
she hid between the mattresses qn is wanted in JJirmtngham, this. system. throughout- the'turpentine. _ . weekw .We are.profoundly'grateful for-the'; 'encouragement: so I>> far, :
N the bed and came near, being burned Memphis! 'Atlabta' and other clt- bel". : 'MrsT Ernest Simmons.of Hurst passed given: us and shall'endeavor to merit a. continuance ,of your) goodwill ; u

f :.;.. with the building lei.. It is likely that. when be serves i The experiments of/1902 showed1' the through here. Saturday on her Vsy'to' and.patronage by straightdealing: down weight and firstclass.goods. .

;', Cukes have been a fine and reraunerative be his will'sentence be taken just ,imposed to other upon cities him for' following gainsof, tie: cupandgutterover kemont'wber..e.be will*spend a weekor Tickets on sale after to-morrow and our' puce's' will, be| ''

crop around Wllllston and ... trial. A long term in the nitentta,-,* the" boJ[; l tem on a basls.of one two, with.Mrs.. -.V..P.I 8immons.Worklttg (satisfactory, Free delivery by our own wagon or that. of...Mr.-;J. U

.t I.v. but number the; most of planters'successful madvbig lad lntha.bua.Imes money ry is In store for the grafter; crop: 't -f.; ;.jt" .. ) M. Gardner, who.will handle',our product.. V

) was Gene Johnson of Montbrook* ---Wolf Bros, have not suffered: any by 'First. year. . .;.-". .. .i.M.$412M niKht..Aud Day., *- Very. respectfully,' ;

who was working fora party at W11Ii.. the transactions; The only"people! Second year,.. .241: M.Third The busiest$ and and'mlghtlestHUle D. Wf SUMMERLIN,' '
} who have lost in this mat.t.e..re those .. . . . . .
ton. and said told the boy hei year ' ? t;' .513 38 that ever was made is Dr. King's New PHONE 101 Manager '
Ii could have the land to cultlvate....soJohnson who advanced money to the Impostor. Fourth year; ,I/
i concluded to t.akell1 as partner -' After represented placing that large he needed.orders.cash the ,fakir and j results;So striking and significant_were the ness Into brain-follinw strength, listlessness mental power.into .-.. ... t Hit t i 'I""., ". ......... .-. ... ..,. 1'111'..... ,,. .' ..-1- MTRESS' ,,
;r another boy and between them of the Ocllliuezperlments. ,that energy
In each instance considerable '
;
was given -
wonderf ul'ln the "
., They ;re building: Jin
,c they put In an acre' but his partner,
; ; This of course is lost to turpentine operators, iiave eagerly ,
t 'grew tired and sold but to Johnson for money health. Only 25o per box.., Sold 'by
whose who were victimized.: All of the seized upon th.'dl oover.nel..n over, all Druggists. ' '
'7. Well Gene sliick to his
job-and
,' his cukes. The result was he rounded large, orders given by Weiner were the: South she new. method is _. :.
cancel..I as soon as the.scheme was' IUP7 Notice" to'Teacber..,
I";" out oUt $400.' How is that for an acre made known. TampaTlmos.'. planticgtheold. Dr..Herty has 'been "*r COLD : ; ;1

.. of good Florida' sense send by?buying The boy his showed widowed his J. ,Another -land:: deal' was' oonsum- constantly, the field ''thisspring installing The following are theUA: ,books WplJli, :

the of the (with publishers and prices) which will
s ( mother a house .and:twenty >acres of ated .this week. Mes'srs. Simmons : equipment new system -
t; land at Mont.brook.Qd propose ; ,' Col: ;< under the direction of the bureau'Of be made the basis l. of the questions for' ; -. . i
." some more cukes In 1904. That. your Lanford & VT;, Hr Hooker, ,,forestry, *' the regular"Uniform, Examination, beglnnlojtSept -' '
'i .has a future.' The first check: for too( Parker' DI'9I..nd J. N. Hollingsworth ,4( ; : :
8 1003: "

,'t. (I, put for cuke into his was mind a revelation and heart to the him.senll-It purchased adjacent. to"'- the 24,000 lands, additionall purchased a acres few ."For "wo Pit fate,)' Shown],-r I 'me Ort.hogra.pbJ'.n..II', Words- ..Les IE, DULY( PLHCE IN TOW J: pe__, TIE ,S SUWTHT{

year was after ,, con.tmuoull sons .
,
tuents and feelings of a man.Some (25 cents Mayoard, Merrill It: .i.
.
t weeks ago In the.vicinity of Fish Eating ,"writesF.A. Gulledge, Verbena "
) time;since white woman gotoff creek, mention of which was made Ala. .. I had a terrible case of Co., New'Ybrk'ReadingAny:;,
.Piles causing 24 tumor.Vhen' all standard Reader will FODJIT lJ.
a trainat Flomaton, baring. a in these columns the time. ,The lands '
failed Bucklen's Arnica 'Save cured !
baby in her armShe wvnt to answer - -
young owned by the United Land Com .. :: '
were !
me.. Equally good-for Burns and all '
where she remained
a nearby 'swamp Compogitton-Butler's School Kngllsh .
( for a short time. Wben she returned pany'the sale being made by John A, i aches and pains Only 25o at Osoeola ((75 cents) American'Book: Com-'' ., I -

k' she dtd not b.v..he baby with her.Vttlle Graham of Braldentown, as agen'. I Pharmacy. __"r.....--. -' : Pa.n1. New. YOrk: ol'Atlanta.: -. LOLLYPOP' :VIC>>YWATER: ,
+ \ passing through the swamp The' consideration Is> said to have Newspapers,like individuals should ,, SHAKES '
.oma tvx days later a negro beardthe Arthmetio"-Mllne's. Standard ,((65 I I ICE CREAM MILK ,'
; feeble cry of an infant. Investigation been in the neighborhood of $25,000. exist for the good-of mankind,, ,and cents. ),American Book Company. GRAPE JUICE I ,ROOT BEER' '*..t.
led to the finding of the. baby under This makes a total of 70,000 acres of, not always be seeking to expose. the English GrammarMetcalf's '/ .f : .'VAnd a11 thlatestand'
,((60
." := >."1'/:; ',
i : 'rvi '
7 = jiome bushes where it.had been'left condlnlon to.' fine grating land now owned by these weaknes of:others.:; The. 'newspaper oents), American Dook"'compo.I. Y/{ 'f'S :. ,V':'11 ry'i'{,i';': "yty:' :H\4\lmost.!:'\ populat'drinks4;= ?,,;r . '':.
in
sobs The pitiable \ '
baby was gentlemen almost In one 'b'dy.-De- that .Is continually seeking U)' *draftdown' United States,, "'History: .Field's i,1..d1' 1 ."*' f' ? ,.,***'*'*' >* ' .i "'pygJ'> ''!'F' .. '<.'" ,, ,"...
when found and was almost dea'd. Soto County News >\ ,*" '. '.* '; j -:;' When thirsty; and %warm they'will quemoh.the chest aittf
; i : Instead ot. lending ; ;: : ;
''It was carried to Pensacola and later J' \ .m ; j.helping i Grammar: School ('h,\ American *,, .. -v'- 1' .; ,
its mother was located -Mississippi Labe Butler Fla.., July '18.oneweek band and assist in building iip,;is not Book Co npaDY. :" ll.,.'*- >/ l"yo'u'off"-tt''ftf.'II''I1ft''P''I't./-. T- "," :,! C < ..'" j-!! ; '- '' ,, ._,' ..V..... ' .,

and arrested and placed in jail, The ago today the wife of Bill Jones .' true 'oew.paper.-Del .Ad ver '
Green's specially) prepareCL--
,6 mother, however, denies placing ,the Florida HUtory- 'tl.25)). : A parlor for the' ladies has been twiil '"fMi:
a well known negro,.who lives In one tiser.. Williams Wilkins& Baltimore find it while
baby in the swamp claiming': that she Coy a pleasant place to stop out! shoppingDon't'Take t
gave the baby to a woman_.t Floraa of the farm hov e.' ,belonging" to V Jeff I 'I'' Night, Wa Her Terror.i4'I Falrbank's,, ($1.25) H.' &. W. B. Drew, .' L -, .. . .. .
ton just before! she got on board the Mizelle at DI..lr.1n this (Bradford) Jacksonville. Fla. < "
train to depart. Her story sounds decidedly county, ;:war brutally assaulted a I would" cough nearly all the nightlong Ads my Word ,, for .it, but Come and_see. for Yo0rstff"::i
Natural
fishy. How ;'any woman can writes Mrs.ChasrApplegate, of Oeography-Redw9y's '
.descend-to* such depravity, is some-! negro tramp. ''The woman crap In the' Alexandria; Ind. "and could hardly vanoed) (1.25JAmerican: ); Book Company . .
: 11iad ' ,
. tbtag: hard to understand.-Apalachl- yard sweeping when the negro ,slipped /get any sleep.' consumption so. \
; . .. ....., . ..
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bad that if I walked block I wquld - ..
... cola Times : up behind her and choking her into in- a "''Civil OovernmentTownsend'sShorter .
cough frightfully and ,spit blood but u
y aaaM++a'N
Lakeland. .Jul.13.-on Sunday-.en., sensibility'committed the h'brrlbte| : when all other medicines failed,' three Course J75 cents), American }

Ing at about 8 o'clock, a horse ran crime. When the'woman came to'.bersenses 91.00 bottles of Dr.' King's New ,Discovery Book; Company, ; "zd ;

1 -*way with Mr.,William 8 u inner, a well'! she creamed, and her husband \I wholly.' cured me and -gained "Algebra-Whlte' School ($1)), Tarsari'; :
Tknown cltleeto of Polk county "throwing came to her from- the field where he M pounds ? It's absolutely, guaraa- American Book Company..' '**' 4'P. ,, ,
1 him against a tree neart.no 'park: teed to cure Coughs Colds, La Gripe;: Tt,
In Lakeland and Instantly killing him. had bead working.-. The -.woman' was Bronchitis and all thwoat and Lung. Physical
Mr. Summer had driven Into I town far in ,delicate I 1., condition'' when the'. Trouble. ,Price -5Oc and $1.00.. Trial: New, ((11.25)1E.dridgedc. Bro':, Phil !
from the residence of
er. Mr. H. II. Boss, bringing/ with him will die.' The'woman and her husband .- Tbeory.'..nd Practice' of 'TeachingWhite'ai'he i;
Mr. Clyde Glenn,his wife's brotherinlaw well thought sea' For Sale 1 ',I : \
of in that
..
,
are Art 'of .
Teaching (U),
'hobad the day .
been
"there, and was returning.spending to his home Lion by! both*,white. and colored; an0the Household and Kitchen Furniture ndwin 'American( Book: Company. ( ; : Guaranteed.
in Tampa; Mr.' Glenn bad just left the affair1' created...lO'ellt., deal*of .In-; flatten'as use at Central a whole.House. Apply A ,, bargain to Mrs.' ,These? books CAD'be 'purchased( .,from i.. ; ,

took buggy,fright when the and horse ran/ ,Mr.a wild Sumner one, cUgnetlon... ,Hughes" on the" premises, .. almost' any book! dealer. In the, StatedIf ; 'i f' Weatherpro-i. {:
--- -- the
not
teemed to lose control of theanimal The"'negroes 'in,, neighborhood at ;your;dealer's send price

which, after running, a very abort. distance were considerably' excited'and beganto The Summer School'; ?, named to pubU.herfand they will -be' -' f,' .. ,

,'threw him from the buggy.,.The,. hunt for ;the '.negro'.tramp:, whose Our SummerNormal' is doing 'a sent postpaid. ,1.. YRepulsive ': -, .'J

-unfortunate crnsbod" his.manV back broken skull was and, badly other name was, Adams.threatenlng to lynch good! and, substantial Increases'work.: ., The enollment Features).', ':For: sale: '"toy '';'; 1',.. ..

Injuries inflicted. He died almost him If,.he was- captured, , still and hasnow I .::;J. J.
In.tantIYL'eve.. regaining conscious Yesterday they found ",,t.be"'ifiJlI'O; ; n in. reached twenty-three,J A few more, are 'Blackheads pimples:; greasy, faces 'iA

,ne l. TITST write WIib,wa. '1>11.. Edith Santa Fe swamp and, lynched him expected from 4ndOrange COUCHties and muddy complexions,.which are so IW/B. Makiiis 'Co'2Oealerp'
, ,Boss, welt known in. Tampa, 'iwas common among women;especially girlsat '
, : her home Not a white man was present and the next week;. 'j a certain' age', deatorying beauty, ;
immediately summoned from
lynching was systematically, conducted. Prof:; McBeath has not yet ;returned disfiguring and making repulsive,

4.the country at the awful and was shock..Mr naturally. prosIratejl Sum-- There was no disorder swinging.whatever.from'a', from'North Carolina. The .illness of features which;would otherwise appear J ..::: > .. '' ,loa; .V 4' V'
While the body was /
attractive and refined, Indicate that
: uerwsavery popular in L..kelaDdand limb many'ol the negroes puledouttheir' \ his little'daughter hae'developed.'into the liver is but -of order.. An V
; occasional :,
the entire community in mourningover '' pocket knives and liberally typhoid fever: and'we: understand lie dose of Herblne will cleansethe 5 General: Hardware: : ; Spor'tliGoods. .
death :
the terrible manner of his body,to piece Over .oDe the
The funeral will be held'on, I TuesdayIn I .Ia.beclt.be the has telegraphed/ StateSuperinten bowels, regulate the liver 'and so i -r: + "' ,;:;, ,
bodyof '
hundrcA! shown on
cuts were N'
., establish a clear, healthy complexion
;
St. Petersburg,' the former' home of dent to 'appoint 'an instructor ;In ) 0't' ,. ,
whlch'present.e4
.: .the dead negro ,a Meanwhile 60o.at all Druggists.Stock .. . fir.'t"; '
,
steaM ,
the deoease.d.-Tamps': TrlbumO, JulyINTEREST : : horrible sight.-Gainsvilld Sun.: hit tortbe present; ;
t 14. I by exercising doable diligence, Prof.;. \. Ralsl.. IarFioridar' 'd
: : .
i. Get Darbrwilr0antallsbelore"luuJno J lsewpag'wa.tnNa
,I ILLEGAL.? in cashing saws. from the date of such Ellis is carrying.on.tne.. worn: in a sat-. ', This isfelmoatanewbuslnessinFfor'iIda ." prices \ < ) 1. ,
\uutil the prinolpalsums; lsfac9rT.m.anner.t[ +.
't expenditures, \ ; as it is only within the last few'! , . .. '. .
R LSurpretno Court Decision ot Vain* of the warrants} "should be"paid ,by' ..thecounty. 'Cheap Excursions' years that any stock has been raised ,- .. .._----- ;- ._ - -.... ---_.- ------- '
''to, Florida, Counties; .' .. On. Georgia Southern. and. Florida In Florida., Prior to the 'last two or .
,ln an'action against the! county' to hallway( 'Trains leavePalatka'daily three'years 'neither- pr hogs nor .
't" Tallahassee-July Decision : : ; cattle. :
alleged'to JJe due wn-, 6.15 m.'and 6, CO p. m.: Trains were ever.raised in Florida; : ;
;
gt ,k t\at i s of? great importance''..to'every feCover-lnterest.' Lhe thaithe leave'Jacksonville 7.45aj; ,m.. ,and, whatever there was' In, the state, were NEW, M VRKETi ,
courtheld
'such'contract ,, '
fluty in Florida has Just bead hand d6S i : ,, ,, 7,50 .' not raised,, binlike/ Topsy, they -"Justgrowpd. '
m. .
t ), p ; ; :
.
''was not liable, as the com ,! .ittleor no effort was-made ,
}
county' .
\ i down by the Surpreme Court, lib the ) had'' power-to bind'' It topayHnterestby : ,FROM 1 JACKSONVlLUC' either. ,to improve'breeds furnish 'B ss'.loics"STANO"i l.

. c ,of ,he ;.National Bsnfc' 'of.'Jack'. missioners no .. HJ,3fl-. ( =Monteagle,'TennL. 'and' return feed either to sh ep.hogs or cattle but ,

- s rUle,,pnalntllt,ln, error;;ys;,T>nvalcoijty. suoh'contract stakento the Suprenie August 4, and &j t Li1nit Aug.,15. this plan of easy.happy-go-lucky care ':'R've' & "'WOOD PRtUfS':: wr

defending 14.'error? An appeal Ouurt.'04 w a writ, of,,error,'..andthe 116,35.-AIonteagle, Ten n',,.and return;,: and bahdllBg.of stockis Hearing. its I-." . .t '. <' "' -' .
Cuba; furnished market '
end. foranything
1 case was one : '
.' Foy .boipg"without! money* 'where afllrmed., "'"/. . ,..., /.&";:'.75-Ban Francisco, Cai.- and re- if called cattle; steers, ''bulls-, and old : Having; associated i ourselves t l th fln'tne'n"t' if':
July 31 to
: I .turn August3t Inclu.
1 Pi witb .yayttswsrrtnte? dowb '''upon, f ; Cures 5otatica" .. "sive. Limit.October. Ifc: cows all were utilized but with peacewhich.is ketbusneswe( take: this' method ;of soliciting:tat::least .*,

.the w1 necessary 117,20-Marietta'Lithta Springs
.rites W.-D. Rtley :r. i.. ifr: Cuba., to come/:Cuba will produce' her.-own '
t+ anti / fnl exveuses,Ihe County Com"SrsjagreedV NewYork. :, wrltes-.After fifteen days, And Gainesville and; return,: good l meats and in addition have meat./to l ; service: ,'fair and liberal dealing1and' handling. only the best, M,

mlssU ; [ 1th a'fthirdVper-. of excruciating: pain from sciatic rbeu _. '.'pn tll llct tQber: 31., sell; and Florida must ,*e k' another ,meats'the country !affords..:,,Besf;mutton, and 'pork,;..:each

onI, .such person should( bash such'f matlsta; under' various treatments. I l iced excursion"rates tor alt summer outletforrbee surplus products .in this ,and all in' seasons "Free delivery. and prompt,service',js our. ,1' e

;wares ,and that''thcounty'' "oiildperjion was ,Induced\to try ',Ballard's SnowLtnlm.n" tourist points good returning' until . . 4 ? ,first+ ; Motto. : .f. + V .YCurdto >>k.,1r \' +.'/.
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Cent,;ptiiaon annum' the mums of : .'. J.; H.KAFFTKHY, ; Florldara she will soon really that " "
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h'' ,aped a %'ti'mid'rsrrants"an4 iwhiohtihiouldjhl commendation., '' >,SOc and/,.$1.00'ataUDrttggUts DJPA.; 201 W' "Bay.. Street, Jack. : Other markets; will demand better goods ; 'r: ,9N .., "'J"'': : ": . .Pr'k? :Q'? J.' .
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'-*. rerreutbegulderw; io: took GOOD TIMES AHKAD.. GhiM'OLO. HEYER CASTLE; BOUGHT tended to Incrcaso her nKlaneholy.\ ,

ant, party,of tourist up tbe Matt ,, A gentlemen' went to a dentist find BY W. W. ASTOR, WAS ONCE The fattier In .said to Lure mlaiindestood I

n._ !Ie. stirs alive. lie bas' made asked" him to "take a look: at bliteeth THE HOME OF A MOST UK ) thc niotlYc' of tli* Kl'iif> tuscndflig |l FORT PITT'S BLOCK 'HOUSE. ] ;

sv> ceatxforty-on! times since his tlnlllhtt'r.boUlI! rrom'ourt, : ; \
HAPPY ENGLISH
: ".. 'lf : "" ... v.Tbe\..dentlst did so, and 'saemed full, ... .. "' QUEEN. until, one iilflrtwien. neeoidlnK) ,

I' 'SnormanantlVmind.KofltioraerTOifer of admlraUoixi, J' l'; .I1EItlcAN caidti4"'le! stir- popular legendtthe seneschal of the \j a
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.. Hrst o*y''...."of Dr. Kiln** bl>ltle ndtr tl.efiee ;
tiewtlewU % Jtt tim1j I also relent .obll- without the moat Himt. ly sending UU of old Korr IMtUfiPW which
.. H. Kt4 s, Ltd.. .3t As.lutt.JrHiUa. ." 7t. but ihttjt' otiti'o I i
1Dd gnflirelltA! t lfte I \'" all k Ity of Kuglaiid. Ullh men daughter' to ln'rrroom"with the commniul l'lt1'bllrl received Its mime, and whichcoteretb Before Washlnxtvn: rouJd curry out
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t I' 'b.it a woman her 'cmln a telgrsti she .the dentist could say: iI\\ from tbe "'N.terulbon' of to "gft: to 'bed in a trlc." Sir .. the ground pievlouslyFOB those plans, however the .Krenc-li led' ,
U to mODI17"wo.'Lh bf usingOagecvo :
got Then tho drawbridge low"ered catne'ttoam' from it'k ,
t .' you don't find anythlngto do lli"f yUlnirtlc lire .puivliii- 1'lIomall)1'cl"I'Nl t"I'1 by Coutrccocur.,
r .r, to th m.n lug eaintes that \vcfc ':ouctii the '.10- nnd the K>oi.tcullls r IHt'I1. To the ""II.:o nud,' csptuicd\ ]t .from '(he' little! Th

......:u.......,....'o .lttte'1.lolfK. .'M.. "To..do. .to t", .them!.!Why., there .are' mains- of royalty'enti I 4'IUlldll" the "'wonderment: II"* owner I the castle' !W!ver"Np\ ""t'll.f'l.w'\ y"w1! : Iwind of English:: then fa ponH+*1on.CoiitreeOfur f

.... rtoslr.kelntoronrnhnesteest.the<< four to. be pulled; al to be filled and country-side to rake up many a tradition did not rtsound with tho bugles, of a r couiplend the forflncatloa
Hit. Cur Corae.Uualju. Sivoollen: Wore, '
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_ Bat,.Calloav A.ol-ohur.$ Kne-iUnK.'t Miulln.apt . three to be crowned!.. said tbe dell tilt.. of their early JrIOT-JYJ.thln.lbe cavalcade. The Klug, had coma almost 111u of the ,I>OIIr. and for' theovernor of '

"' >wi..1\1(M.IU. All.e Font-!Pan!: *makM uuwr . --Tit.Blta. last fortnight. the descendant. of awxaltby'New 'Mlone. The royal visitor ,Indeed seemed New. France named It fMKjuetine-
i tight shorn At nil IrurKlntx luidtor York family bought what )11) at ease, and after due refreshment. Throughout the relnalitder.of.llw/ war, a
i ,6oe *'*. U *itil.. > To the made some. transparently feeble' pretext efforts of the ICngCsb: were- directed
; he
ho
"' 11 mss AJlon. H. Oi.,ii t< .1. l>B4'y, N. T. 11 Is reputed to be the birthplace of n (
''' HOir,as'dark *s olgbt, and eyes that queen nnd about which. even as tile for seeing the,' dimghteriAnnc, above all tit the recapture of Fort T>u< i,
r 'fllti quarrelsome' itni'i vlinuV: \ temeniocr beam afar Ivy of Its moated walls 'clings. tbe, "Your :Majesty." Was. the rcj>Hv1"the Sued ic. irwus In marching; against It

.that pound. an on ounce the nb.e,, o.. ylrrtttio.s.ueworlh-n; With theclear, splendor of theevenlngtar sturyot the hapless Anne Bolcyn.; i.tiul girl Is HI ami cannot be disturbed.. She that Braddock i *t-wltli bin tlt'rt'lInoel

_. I ; s y : .. io .,,;beh WlllinntValdorf Astor III now asleep in her room" II bin death: and It was bin lu-rolc behnv-.

.lisa's Cn rail the\ bast medlolna w. ever a ed i Lips Where smile, half.hid. begins to purchased! Hover Castle, near Seven Chen the! news cmue' that her lover lor din'Ing the( trnlble retreat from the I,
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I..U>. Ess.r aftMllona ar. Vb.-o( .throat..\... lo U Feb.lung)0,-1900,c.t break Oaks, Kent for 37.000, some days: had married another, Anno In'',suld ,.toItave faint that first lrc. tight Wasl;:!.: gfon s

f' Soft as the light on some .Italian' lake,' ego the good country folk ,started to throwu oft her sorrow so far 1111 prelnentl.r efore Iho notice wf ,the
? 'Kajnillaritt{ 'breede'eontemptr except. Itvas 'blhic', and. attempted t8 enlUt-n laurels
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when li concerned. -Wm. II. Hayne In July Smart Set. tell again the romance' -of tblS woman colonies won hIm his first
money' because of whom It Is chiefly famous. the gloomy linlls of lle\er'with French as a commander., Tliree years .%'terWashlnttton

THE FREEKIDNEY DOCTOR. Though three place. claim to be her songs and dunces vhUli, sho had again led ICiiglUli troops

birthplace, the people of Kent conti-nd learned nfth court nt Vitrla. Later against the French at Fort I>iuesne... ,

.' '.". 1M .............. __-_ Th.naaalywailr "l that Anne Uolvyp .was born 'at llever when Ihe'vorll enne.from tile King this time ..11lIrllll TIiFrench .
....10&end 1oeeo_. ..re.. till* trial troy In l..c..j_ In l.V)7, the favoriteabode of her that' she IIhll"III1\.tl\I'O'fo\ court she Is .set fire to the rorliiicntioiis and eacnpelduwn
.thus. .dtlaay.....,. ....rUle..h. who"a. tha,.......lUda.,.1... ..... father, Sir Thomas Bolej-n' Iletc, said to have expiesKcd: great! delight I! PITT BLUTX HOWSK,'IT18BUHO, ,'. the.-rtver' by the light of the

aa4! aat Doan \ ,wllpe.v.l/Wyo.. they say she spent not .6uly the flrst and on her return to lime Joined In the fames, The Immortal William I'ltt Or-
Aehtna. 'bioki: w .....': of but of the pained with an abandon pled by rort-I>u'niesne.It \\p precious
Khlrnpk N II wart Lisatr\:r. MICH,_ seven years a hippy childhood gayety: drred (the rebuilding of the fort linuno-
:, (i: pi iouuia7':back awallUc and tola oTtlw w P / -.-. KMn r !'W. hit the also a later period of exllo from the that was. new to' her Her subsequent for Its ( jiItlons:! not only to the city dint fly. and from .bhu.lt receivedItsluiuie. ,

fCtiwymM1dla.d dropay ioIp8 .aao.ea..a. oa.a*which to uriimt wr.-an JiadTo nnijmaldmir irr-t court, of.Uenry, VIII.} becnuse she had ':, career, the machinations of tbe King: a.iul State lu :which. It rents, but to lb' The recapturef fort Inquesne -

y, ; 'aerreot erlr with '' upO..or.hrtt..or..ICht. dared lovea younger and handsomer his 'advances! and his repented apologies whole nation It shads on the. Point had ,given the KnsllsU. uh'lls-. T
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A brisk duet _.dlm.at. II l sk I think war: rto foot. .wilt.. well..olilMirnllad. nndor man than bef monarch Here, too. the ,U'orof IJuecii Catharine, of land where the Allegheny, nud Moiiougalielu pined possession. of the Ohio. and

:.I.::iC' pW tr.gteacy I., pe,-bed'mg NANS Thor wan no I.wealtq.'Do.a' I. Queen Elizabeth Is said to lime lulled the disruption f'cliurdi and tttutc In liters! Mow together' to form. brought the French and I ii(1io'Q''Wot''*
taixw pain In the bnck. the afterward behold other : to obtain sanction the ()hlo. .
KJtlaey PlUa years to the IIOIIKJ the King's ntteiupt
,,,_. heal of wooH foe).I likoCiMlofi to a t'lolle.IV York Hern lit -
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r ;:c: calculi .ed.LI_ p? 0'. I *? o&uin.s band up to mother and do honor to Lu'tnrm- for Ills .net. hlx imirrlage to Anno Roleyn. Thin point famous In history 811."I rho I
.: .,__ Jof.r&' .. ." lT":" ' . ......... I here'uinvlUM ory. the With of the I'rlm-ess l llza- Forks of the 01110," wan the spot for

'" TUl"I /kMlllMan'1. km. all h-r- lta.en boltnofDoahYlNl.wlththe too trial .nil) tao full Despite the conflict of"' various trndltlons h"th. usurpation of nnoi"stn'or the poMnesslon of which the drat blood


C= o eyteing for a weak: i _". aueSluHiii.. t.write.'lo tttnmrMaella. K. Y' a,1'.. i MtW1otI... of f*..lin" tort I as to the plqctf of her birth. It with the Icing by [one. Seymour, ..tllt'harJl.'s was spillcd-fn the" Trench" and Indian i Clara Barton l- .

fwd aa4 trot no rolMt uatU IDowswPllla" . e&raw.d/ par eacollmya tlio nm_> known that the future wife of Henry brought against; Ann. her l beheading wars. aiid-remaliicd a strategic point of -
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C : 1. X. Lewis B V."D.---. .VIII, lived at lever Castle before she and the mysterious; disappear- the greatst Importance: ail through that I and Her Critics. .. <

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l - William Waldorf Astor. Ooiislderatile bcsltmicy I Is shown by .'

,BEST FO"J1IE".OWELS _. I the newspapers In I tln-lr baiultng: of the
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:d.. lrr ,P 411 ,G py, y' ..1r '',,tk,,, '+?rs.' dlsseiiKlon! of the Ked Cross Society
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n n dnH"'lG ? ,y'+ S! lr evidently In th<> fear That the Hiring. of '
: the! reeniininitllofl.nor lninil| ,' <-onfl< '

., is deuce 111,1110 society jmd nmr Its usefulness

: iinit nil i-onccriuHl' are careful

tooxdtiti| Unit notKMl.v' has the I tdlgbtQut.Ihotiglit .

fJ CANDY .. that ii single dollar! of the great: ,

.1 CATHARTIOI mini* hn'iidlcd by the society'. om '
_ has l>ccn uilKiip:)roprlaled. What lbe I

critics .if tile umlety ..hJ.l ...-* to U Ihosot

JP 4/iw, ... nutociatlc rule of Mlns. ClllraIIl1rl"lI.

l ..t f ,4 :r? ems and the nlle;.:'tnl lack, of Sy"- .

tl'I" III li" his ntlIlq"I 1.-f ii>..".>,-i..

QUARANTEBD CURB Poe all bawd tloebh... a-mmiilcltlm. Mllovauraa. bad Math. bad r. ,.. .d ?. ''', .. .. <'I _
Wa4_lId en tha Momaeb. bleated toow.l., foul mouth hradacb. lndle.Uon, pimple, F -
t aala.aft t raunf Ihrar-trouble. callow ikta and dli.ln.... When roar bowed don't move +Y, l __
rcfBlarly yea ar alck. Connlpattoa kill nail people than .U other dlMaiva tocether. It u"I1
_rte.h....... allawan sad laav ,......of_..rlnc. N. matter what" alia yea,..ta" taklnf
A8CARBTa tadav for yon will never. f.t well and ...v well u.Ul you-grit-yaur bowels
rlfbt T.". our atdvtea, mart with Caacarcta trxJ.r bodiv ._Ia.. cuarante to cure or
money retaaded. The ieaulao' tablet atamped C C C. Never mid In bulk. Sample! aad .J
baaklet fr... Aditroei Bterllm Remedy Coinpenr. Chlgeeo or New York. IL .
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!' I and tu Cwuuress: curly.lu| !) the.. jour,-. : -
Heve1"CrAStle-Kent;tats''It'Iotilts: :; To-Day:..;Little hanged( From the. Time of Henry VIMItvpraottwrd ] Bi'lljiitf' forth these t'01ll1111l11l11111101

:= ._ rroni "UaaMlTal, I"......" Cnygrtaht.15BS. br' !... Naas Ccarp.ay. were t+dldlWtlug nil nllr.'I\: .(' cuiu-'

\V.t..rcholc. for dbee'.cookll.n..ee..o.. ,- --' - -- _. -7r -___' _ .u. ___ pnlgn when they suddenly found 'themHiisiteiided -

1 Corned Beef .! all 1 done bx ..pm .bener than H pouible was sent to Franco to tb! court of once' of her ho.i.III'" succeeding ('h II" long strugglo of tile Itln; and Anglican srlteit fiom membeislilp by
home. M hen IUM dOd pst III.! canto .keep
It tight onnl yon _aUL we ;Louis XII.. wb.me, was a Heven- ters of 1'nsllnli history. wliUli would. I rnccs for the mastery of :"ol'lhn''r'. the Rxecuthe Comuiltloe. on the

f Keep h I. the ...... for ........ _(or '.P......,""" .dwlcb.lor any time when )'ear- ld girl. It wa.../a vruerable and never have been enamel; It Ann< Ro- lea. giocnd; that they were IIlIt'lUptlllJ, "..todlxrnpt 'i'e

;,.ton...1.1.want..something hooch I. ready good b and ulula.L want" It quick. 5implT, tan r'aker. and the can d 0..a. A. Imposing. (Btnicturc which was built It',." had- never left lleter entitle for a : Tlu 'li\ i>oitaiice of "II..., Forks of tit* I the (>iiHiil :.illoii-of t the" AiuerlCHII -
.
J In the reign of Edward III. by n Norman tli rone. *. Ohio as a military lumls Nallontil ICetl Cross" and that In \

I LIbby, McNeil! Jv Llbby, Chicago.: w.Nike oar Good live Thlnc.1o booklet. Eat"r J biirou )William dc Hover and embattled On the doath (..rIII'! Henry llolorn.Heer first by Wuhlilngton.was. wllt'.1&I recognized tliolr inelnorliil" Congress each of _

as to-day with moat portcullis Castle was ..Izcsl by King young IIIIMJ
drawl)rldgo nod round towers, after 1I'lIr1.01l,1I1.. groiiml thaf It fwloiitfCil" by Oovernor l>lii", l.ldlf. ot"frJlnm, ff a member of the Amerk-an tied l Cross -

the fashion of a feudal fortrox The' to .big former wife, even though tin had the fommniider" of the French fi/r'(.fs and hoMtt'e! to Ihe interests .,f that orKatydids. i

irrs.L r l C/earffeacf I banquet hail which/ in recent years : divorced her nn J. had had her behcmt- who had !Intndeil the region of tbu gar lzlll !un." .Y

lice been need as a kitchen was lingo, ed. The entitle ,still retains. most) of Its Ohio River *to knobllf reasons for i..onl. K/ll.d
lor rre.L .
for. It liad/ been buUt for bnroulnl festivities mediaeval chnrnc "rfctlcM. slid contains
Invading! the Krltlxh dominions while '
r'n y BI/OHO-SEIT I before the father and motherof much of the furniture which used ssbopners, locusts.
was solid
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:'J're pence mlmlHtcd. It took "
"wnlKlns stkks. nod beetlesare
; crfckets'
I Anne made It their home wIth less
a there In the time of the. ItoleynH. The nljic
WnidiliiRton .
days to reach tbe
killed by the frost.. The "
: :. .sOLD EVERYWflERE'1.e1.: =.J free' purse for such extravagances.Tfie : room tbnt has nhrAys. been" most pope "lonrly "!)where I the rapid; Allegheny hidden\ In, the ground or concealed eggs In -
windows of the long wlnding'gcl l-
- j tilar for visitors 1M the TxHlroom of mil
nearly nt right ,
tbe
jingles tile
icrlee .. .. deep bark of trees furnish, the" 8Ullpl7ror'
lmre the shlelda nt .nn n
x r' Anne, whli-ji lit beautifully pitmttcdand silent **
Monongahefa. (lie next ,.ellr. The cold 1 "t.rtl"the
AnAmerlcan_ heiress was wooed by.foreign eratlons. < contaTns .\>me Holcvn's bod Here "
J prince... 'whourgently besought When Anne back to "I spent some time," writes Wash development of the egg wbfchJiatcbes
a ; Roloyn came there are still a massive pair of andirons .
fr > her to bebtitrie his wife. In order Ilevcr In exile some years later the bearing the royal Initials. II. A.. ington."Inlewlng bath rivers, Tlie! in the ,warm days, of spring. ;. .

Straw Hat* are here to. tesfc,.tfc. sincerity of his love, Joy of her, early life hnd foreier de and surmounted with-<:n.n ns. land In tbe fork l bas the absolute NIDI- Sometimes" nn nnusunlly. cold winter '
.he'asked "Will still parted. She was already within\ tht'pow..r mend (If both. The lilt well timbered : play havoc wltb the dormant' Insect
.daaatai me
r. ; you marry Another rotim l I" on Id-,to have beennseil
land all .
/ around the paint l lies very tonvenleiit ,life>, but the cunning of suture
of the fickle-hearted strengthens
English
If I all for charity
give away my money by Henry .n. for a council for
HiresahRootbeer and become as poor as yourself sovereign, and i was destined. never to chamber. The room has a curious In building"So ; the frail eggshell lllllnllt.the!| ppwelof ..


The prince considered a while anil escape, from him until at last, she stucco et>lITnJr. :Most of the windows tort nnd Imagination Washington built heat and cold. ,,111;:... until the tec-ret

ben >responded' "Yes provided went to the .scaffold In th< Town of tearing hernMIe devices still .xlilt. The n city where tile ,block house nlclietny) of the sun stirs the buddinglife : .
J you and
t I I MU.bnrnow 1
London "at thr- RJlO: of twenty-nine. I / stand. Wlien t the! and bid. lr come forth.Why .
rand drink WaltIlKUdC will still marry me. If I renounce my secret. pastingiTntrgeons nnd blind French bad declared their Intention of
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A Npork.soulS....emit..kmor i. title and become a plain, republican After she had spending exchanged eight the years In Trance of too, Hosets of former, : dos'! are also. preserved taking )possession. : the Ohio, the Ursl tlta- Tat \V.'h_. .
gay lift. reminderif -more
person like yourself." as a the dangerous thing Washliigton called "A cut it. .and
by.aU.. French copUjil for the court of henry, I to the noticeof caught spnrrow was
*. Query-DId she agree to this proposition where her bonuty.au one'of tlieQnepn'n dnyll oC.KIng: ndward III. and Governor I>lnuIddlewas the IIWCH-" about to devour (t. hut the sparrow ,

1 fa T--July ,Smart Set.. maids of lionor. soon surrounded her the fourteenth' ccntnryrwhen the. castle city of building a' fort,, nt the "Koiks. said; : "No gentleman eats( until be
was t-ntit.{ 'New> 'ork Tribune.n .
with a groupot mlmlrers. The rnulII securing this Important po ltlon. Dliiwjddltt washes his face.' The (cat struck by I ,

The college-; foot ball hero has come smiled at tier but she did\ not,realize ..M. lane ea 'h. II_miner. at once despatched nn orlic ;r_ the remark" set the sparrow down and :
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lllt lit .L'ZgIIERVOUS to be;a very conspicuous figure In 'then what his smiles tneaut. Before Among the recently patented Improvement IIh n small party of men to start file Tegnir to wash his face with bIll paw, t,

HEADACHE, S twentieth century ft tlon. .In real llto long she had fallen tn oVo with, 'thirgallant a Is a hammer having a fortification and gave Wash but the sparrow How away This ..

aMlDCM. without ear dUvtraeahla however. ; attractive he may he,, be. Is and dnsblnc Sir llenry Percy. donble claw, as shown in the accomVnnying his commlHslcn as lleutcMnnt- vexed puss extremely and ho gold; *As. E

VtfllCU. raiulta" .by,.41...ur two cf not .ware necessarily exempt from a Hotspur, son, of the Tort of Ndrthomberland Illnstrntlon. In pulling nail [ and n lady of ISO men la fader long as I live I will eat first nnd wash '

A* All .< .. CAPUDINE the:failures or mlstaks of'bra less :. -- . of vorlon dices: and conditions of runt be"might etnke. command nt the ruy.fnco afterward. Which all cots do.'

0.... 'Stores.npqiC' fortunattt'felloweJnstpe; + IIe --Pot Suddenly, the girl was hanbibed from the ordinary claw nrraugenicnt oftcu. .'orkll, (flnlsli the tort already begun I Il even to thin. dll)"." J"lt r rlr

'-I! (Liquid.) man,, author of "Journeys End.'", bad court and sent to the secluded walls of 1 I-- ,---. ._ :..

aDlUPlaliliUa't. 1 this tact la his .H ver. The King told htr father t that .. . .. ., .. ... ,. ---<'
recognised story In the ; ? ..,,.:: >... .'..,.''''!w .ti"( ; ... ,
she could not marry"'Sir }'erc)". ns he ,..',t-'J,,>, ,.'>". ,,' ', .... .. > ;:.;
L DEPARTMENT: I July number of Aln.lee.A:. RecruitIn I" ." -" It, "" '\<,<". > .' .
, ' had ,chosen another hnsliflnd for her. : ,. ". < ": '
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Diplomacy ". < . '" ..1 .. ',.
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Tune < of Loaisiana.at ,' Even the Earl of 'NdrtnttmberlaiHTlvaVsummoned .. ., c
University
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k pMetled. .4i.......-. both I. _.. to court.) and told he must. ;; ...,, ,
...._.......bmr .. ... .... n M. STUART'S terminate. Ills son's courtship/ of Anne '
_.10...... I.1......,1...r ty M", FREE: j 4F'>.,; ,><. ..... ",\'
BoleflL At :;
Ik/m 11- thel1rlis bth .r, the father .l < -
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.. ',' 1.h. club .CIN'ndBUCHU trounced' l !
soundly his
at vawwe _", .< r*ait, : n ywe.l. son so far ,, ,
TH ui, .,.,to- ."_ f.r.*'IN.. a: ...ILUI" To alt who queerer fa tie"TH nd i'of hnae as words could secure such a chastise "t ;
.
t7 0>aa. *. &). Draw 1ml. E w .Ir.1A..S'AWMILLS who"ffer with Kidney.. Uver.Heart. Bladder .. '
ment and to clinch thing '
or Hlikid I.._, a ample. bottle of Stuart'* tu young TWO CIAWS ox 'TUB HAMMKB.meets : ( i> _
Small /rtne tile and Buoho tie fraat eonlhern Kidney. and man was coroiK-TleaTo marry another. ., _

I fur Isms Farmcre t Mill.|. Medlolaa Mention,tld will pa.be..tn1..... Add.abaolotalr... STUART tree ntnoet. The old' gossips of Kent still) tell; Hi Waterloo, end I. sometimes !i.J '
W
for .Lnmbermas. All our UtOO MTU. 00.11II..1.: 8L.JLUasta, Us.Al'CO stories of the! exile of the beautiful! pulled from the handle in the effort! to :t
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Uatv fitted with the amoua llvaeoek-Jkins AGIle ,,Boleyn. and .libw;:she wus wont extileate the unll. The auxiliary ctnw .
rVarlabla rise. Work,[ the Impleet, mat Female Pills .to ',wander 'and down 'the )
bJoe 'Dd ....., frood.... the ..ark.... make WEAK WOMEN np windy Is designed to meet knob emergencies.It .
,_" ri-ti-' drone and delayed parludi gallery of?never ,,Castle moaning. for. Is revolvnUly mounted on the bundle
.
ee y. gar pack- "Jrer-lover.v .4Tuers _
ALEM IRON WORKS Inside the. head of the hammer
guaranteed.. S j oaaitfnr and,
Wl1Ii' N.' *rlur.M. ouiv : M 1w.-...; atasipa, : was little tit .Hever to over, onv acconnt'pttheincreased leverage; .

.-the./twltl.'of tnm pat..r evrtem + book plain of wrapper t.leebl.lnform Write (or- otne the young Klrrs'dltrn, The! It"'will incccssfuliyi pull :au olitauir:' ; .: ....._ .. ,,,.......on;;

Una' o 0v..r' /*.'+'- tA" 27-O3 > at Ion jar hots eesea.i AdJ dark moats ,with their :stngnant wa- no matter |Iskle'Alronglj.It: wily btf '
? \* ,. U'ttrnm i fr 4 he l alCompany 'tes.'' the foreboding stiaJvw7. in- ONE OJ pfATURE'S GRANDEST VIEW t
Which trenched POiNT
r. OL Bar Sts, Jark annll e. Pin
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,. pinna among sail el.**.* -*( 'Keon: "JE.Ntti: HA
: '. ADd Pia1ut.1'' Priest ,.ml':Jaw)!>., p.. AJRIIN,1,1NT' COLLEGE .
I h.nt. banker were ; -
A BfNLUANf tiIStQI\JC ua t ; ',, :
i..hbJmp" *" MiLiirad bx Uirwn Clr_ Old' 'f' '.
Tt E' Urn larUt/n| ul ; 0
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4flJf' - ,. t ,I' tirea.t. sR4 lrsttlnerXod iCa:.. "t'4_ Somebody :wrote tho One of Indiana' Useful Educators Says.

.'Wf.! ,.. "U'ntertll'' 1\11 alike were mQ"cl.o .' .to* world'neodlag &.- : ",1 Feel :Like ,a.. 'Ne*' ; ". :
The B.V..J. V.tr.rtly.j life and lortu.th.. holy 41l1lew. Herts.years ago first jprotltieed'rapid ,,ThomsoaT'of Aberdeen : v Mar .
,
v Itt That r.rtoiI Tf hen I.. ''fo,.".' .tho ap*09. o 2811 rwaivcw..,'lit' '; ,
.ri,.. 'ti_j .. LibrtrFrsolaarth ".. '4' . population took place kiods-ii : electrical Ulatorrio..u\showed thatjthjy Quarterly le..le. ha4 ' '4' -
Mlaut VramJYtvVsUldaoW' .Crima<]es, '$re. pf tlttm 1 rodig'o.t. graveled\ vthroughj opa ou shthe' /.arowlns II ,
two of them o.iTeJ.tivcdv: l ( lesser.-IItld spccit oi Jlifhi'nnd'reappeared as 6lecrrleit -' out thatnaa1I' < ?' ", I!H$" '1cic '

1 NEW oat Clty.ain "iJ South'CohSr ,j 'mighty; ,..Vor. the r.nttl' "in.' j oscllUltto! .and >putics'In t suitnbly resting 'and "
.
by Peter the JUrmit ; ) lastjnct.
dicd mt. '
rational Churchy UrooUjro, the Jtev.'J. 'Q. -oiit
WilllOfl.I."I. pastor/ delivered a di.. treasure wau-aouandered l, multitude arranged njuiluctor* at'u dlstadrie.S : much thought about ; -

course on '{The Struggle for'1 IIJr ou. Jierty .,**'" _'.a riflced> and aniSreml ni'dmc w\lj\ j.wuyea: \; t'T"Jltr'(
,*the siibjoct being,, ;1urop. on th, accomplished;. toWlndii"utron'. Iq air nud ysVnliiUng i>0.<'JlI.Ul1lj times aftevoud' tores otlnlrnal fuel, /' _--- '
,iKoforroatUaj", ... seemed it all. ' ,
J,. Kve.et the 1'h. text wi : to attend . ,
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.,. 38 and 39 !f'And I 'lieu. lie workrd down'to waves oneteutU'as'louginnd tern glvt*: tbeL signal
Acts now say IInto "Jy, again we art mistaken { re : ".
you Rtfrain from tl>. men. and let -then >r spiMrareneeii. Kor .:tlionihv flip ; te.a.tlmes i cc .JftlIle' "fatigue.1' and ''ufaIM .

alone; for .if tbU.x>oivue).r Uiis work J be '**. whitened'tha! p'lvfi..A ,1i AI. droaturewllI '
of men, it will com* to naught but if it 1 wtltIer bon and dy.1 tbe'r' .. ', in a pajjor rcecntlj- trait 1e'otue :.tho brain Is 'et'ot11eat

, of God ye cannot.r rthr6r U? lost ."flly Ierl'! Africa with their 1.JJo'Ii,wlHi I Linnet of Ix ndoii Professor not
ve bo found even to fight against Uod." achieving any permanent r .ult, fi n !' p toeletyi- : > I animals ioweveri- aac.
'r Mr. \"Ilron eaidi-i "r' 9 Asia or Africa, their ,,111' ,o4osMr Uoso, gavc shiP rfult of fonie ..exp'erlinents ,- tuaa, ,the ,bualneis 1
'4. Let me URgest a the outaet tbat ttatruggle [ and their! return to their lorihc\ I lhntlie bndjnudo with the' 0n0d plicated, The signals
for religious liberty and what j. were attended by u contrail in co* 40. I tftipb-ilflnt TIj ituhlnr1ty4f
known ... the Uefocmtlonare not intrespects f8l"' te.tir, tljnn vo !l l v' biv I resting ar pLainly '
1,. I Identical movement The! Beta i ' milt ion was /I'e"t"tid..11I..e wUich .,nllt 'rnlics of all tuft saints. In-Hhe final,' wso'nnd'fall/llktt-seaiaphorc'a. nt ref\( )' manUs them and "e .a .

4,,. over Europe in the sixteenth century, out.v ,the v had broken .the power of the lar Intervals, which were found Itr "Full "'
of the vast and troubled sea of'the centuie -' by auccenive Impacts upon been. ,, Professor BcliJet.to be about three and steam abed, _
whose water were greatly agitated' b, conflict with them. - lunch today.1 "tat nn
the struggle for religious liberty. .It with .lied fought fin with lire. 'RCI'ltfiI)1IC1' oUf-holf nilnulCM. Th? cause of this holidays at Christmas
: culmination of tliat *truy&le. It auered .t. ciani we matched spontaneous notion. Is flu electric disturbance
religion
acniuat l
L ; And adds the;
the fundamental' principle noon which'I . and it Inflicted ,aut-h imnt.h travel I lug in the plant; 10 ,_ ,
it; hail proceeded olld..uCOfld." in l""lntf I upon tin rapacioni and ernnl Mu nul- pre-eminently by, rest. -' -- ,_isli .
!1. broad and aecnce foundations upon whiuh fht.L. lie hoe never been able to .rallY -I-- a quiet mind'that tb "n
; h'C
'trn. religious libertv could, tie built but It it. -Although ho reached the .he... 'rhe l'CllllllrlDll dlwoyyba! U -kept
young, w*
left aom.of the higher standards and 1ln..r later on. lie wa rxInuttciV will made by a Germaaliiie.Ugutor that
ideala nnattained. In that respect there 'ia truirle and haa continued in < state' bacteria are unable as far as Ills es- old commonplace. "I.
much yet to be desired. . . itnpoteury ainee.Ji and if wet,can't ally
ever
In view of the fact that the Reformat) perlinentaweuC: to peuetritte.tlie root- b. L
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nerond plan* the Crusade hnl a i alsy. as we can
split Europe into two treat warring 1't'1I1' nnd lasting effect upon tho Cru ytejii of plants., Tbd.direct bearing
in". camp; it is neoearary. to remind our themselves and In apito of their of this fact i Is 'that plants can now Professor Thomson ;
. selves that up to that time there had bee and losses the vain was are.itei hardly be reputed to transmit bacterial vitae to ."c..t but A ;
but one Christian church in We.ternICe. the loa, for it brojght them into iH' and tniluraU through' -. :
And the struggle for religlnue lib.erl\ : dlfceaseH'to man
rope. and immediate contact with the .
went on within that church.and not out. at uat time -tbe cultivated and re- eating uncooked ,vegetable matter' that Clonoii-touch.1 tl fa t _
.id* of it, nor acainat it,-lIfter the ''il'lt portion of the world. Constantino has been grown, on Infested soli. A air mor" change 44'i. "k I'' ,t_- _
three centuries.' Whatever glory and wha.: Antioch.'the two great atorehouwi In of' function,. | I
I
are
edible
number ot plants grown nr.atUtJ ;
.hauie attache to that church (
ever durir art and tanking, afldthsecen- Hnei 'bt .
cultures
_
the first tit teen centuries i* shared equallb.n I of the wealth) and culture of the Kaai., oil td :"hICh. .bacteria bad
-. < .n.,' l'roteatanta and Roman Catholalike. I become familiarto them. Anttocli becrt added." .Af4r* period of growth ,i.trttaDlcanmof|, _
The Reformation itaelf-originate tar a time In'their hands, Thw ap'en nitBvroftcopical examinatIons of. the fore, tnore. e'etve",
within the Roman Catholio Church.-. : : bailijinca., fine fabrica. beantiful slat stimulation'; J. .
wan led by men bred in her schools end plant tissues. failed to find the becterlaS. .
costly gem, were a revelation to the -
: .. ..I01.ter.11 abould also remember tb.t : j and served aa object lesion,: '0-" era ,say,, stricter .
t. the Roman Catholio Church of the fifteenth the" elegant refinements.aplentid" Photography, Is being more and more fU&.. resolute _

J .. In.1 sixteenth centuries I. not the Roma .,. Magnificent manner and o"ent( used In rapid survey ""ort.11'' Englishman .-. resting hablt.loe' an MB. JOIIX' TT. MEKO.T __ _
r. --- Catholio' Church of thetwentieth. century I IIt of the Kaat were hot without their '" " " " " .'
Mr. descrlbca n the ot vitality. '
; and in the United States., upon the coarce, nude und untametl' Klromcyer. Mr. John W.'feng. Si Jefferson Av., Tndi'anapoUa.( BepreeenUUv'
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From a yery'.:, age reUilou*" di.>. of the We.t. Tho.e who -cur' method of measuring the angular shift effort to, 1rol.DI .. College, writes;, - bd.StL & 't' pi

ence have engendered strife and alirre ; the conflict returned with new Me- In'the irasltlou of a distant object, as.iieen tome otyoung. IO adiO.pl., BuD "s'!q 1 . s y/tM f..P ri>M4Li.C' .fulvn4 c
5 the moat violent passion of men. Althoug character of the wW in which they ;from two different ''potatB- by .' . ""! ." N I..UI uotl4.
the Jew tasted the bittern.. of of tb..uninl.nf civilisation of tin'' e's.ape1.o4...,,wrowptil Asvdo with .sg 14un.c.
t tlon, that 'did not' prevent them nerseci froipressing .. of bi""Hnitf and- of tlie-! de. superposing,; i>botographleu.uegntlTetnkrn Tbere, I..'ilothingjn'} : ) ...th.err wU"ta4p..Uopa..ceirrh.,, the .. 1 ,fit I Ifc f .

: the samecup to the lip of the, of Euronr. Th-V had been to achooi" I a ono ot the points ( n a positive, the majority of men, *Mltt thing wia f*give sip my trfclcfc f e"r"
.
i, early Chriatianaand with the aid -f th lied traveled. Their view of,life hail I taken nt .the other,' and liielf movingop.Of' 1 too .can< eoaily', carry .. d.. 1 eo.pC.. Z
r,' Roman, making them drink it to its dr... broadened and their minds; enriched fIlms lllltt'II,1\ntU the choose. !' S..rf./ .. ,e.1 4.0.
the .
Then were written the firat pages in the with superior condition of ite. I colueldence'.otthe ., U 're, ..u. "*/ y/e>rs<.i.) w.ekawh.a t '/....

r most sanguinary and thrilling .tor,.-a a great mental and moral revolution i object disappears' tbe ._ _".,.. had dfeapj ei e t tory of unutterable .uff.rine; and grim et. been wrought In them. negative and positive imngesBy; The Growls, a / P erwfu* <. my yr J durance for conscience sake-which hit- Die Crusades b"d',111 an Immediate, : using" be'sopcrponed platesas a slide Old. 'baciielors know, ." --. 1 tf-ir ,
tore. pagee- recor4. It 'can arcely be lusting e<.t.-.1Inon Rurone it.r: For In magic lantern tbe amount of overlapping j ke.Jod&&e -o..M.asg. 'It: ho need
"railed a ..trulUtle.It was a* imnoacible tot Ii.t in. in tbe CruMriei the serf bought and about ..oml"nI < T lot common' of' summer In'recommeiding t ih\
. the nh.<..and defemwle sufferer to nmt from the lO l. The debtor \va. .pi>ear< greatly'maBulfloil ore catarrh of the' stomach good remedy. As a .i. is'ezc.U
., their enemie a* for a fir to resist the from hi. creditor. He that w.nt ant the adjustment'' needed to_ produce coIncidence NO"knowa : bowels.' lena' is .aplfo'.for'sum-. In .the'oor time, f h..u itaa"
.. hand that crushe it. Judged from appeal came hack a free man with gold of the Image wily. be:more wby.a .r catarrh.' doe c.\"del ' ."'t'
aprr*, it ".. a rvmorielea nias.a!re. whirl In nia pnrket and noire new itf, .,.of measured. ate trips OVfJ.a ] Hon. Willis Brewer, Bcpmentative in Brewer ',*fl>, ,
rrunhed it* victim into the earth. Hut the in him head. rfdo"IIainnlt accurately husbsnd.for pongre** from Alabama, writea the follow_._ If you do not.derire promt, ''!
blame 0
real force. that went working out th aUwv in Dr. liartrnan "' factory results from' the nee ,
T-rol practirallvabolished :
were ,
'1cm were net on the surface. Th odd The cities aim had bden able lir 'The path traversed by'n' heavy current he comes home"During / , Inlettr t ITouae of Repre-'htattvel< write at once to Dr.. Ht *
against which the early Christian were anma of tnoner paUl to the hered of electricity In pafcHlus though ;" 'courtship, he -, DO. full statement of your **.' b.W.l
matched. drove them to seek refuge in th. princea. who held loMahip over them. \ 1 ., ple t gjve. you* hi.1'W* "
: *
of-great Import. "
tho.bod) Is a matter, 1I.ten.rer I Medidae Co Golumhue, O. '\ > .H,
mountain fatn Perna
'ana
**e* in the aubterrsTean their freedom ant' ecure charter l'
A -t-avern- .. known s* catacomb ..Her. .:,- which made them indep.nd. ace!. The moat dangerous Is from 8 rever.ec or else they -"! h..1 one bottle of Add.1' Harttneo 001MA'LSI3V PigMin ? "

they cherished their-faith and worth in nntil n the oonl-rotof petty rulera. and by one hand to tho other iH'cnuso the reilstance "I l: bora.It8ten.. i rh' for .. take pleasure l *rtman "
the violence of their enemies abated saLience of the nobea! in the K.i.t., of the path-4s low end because
.AftM-iwn centuries they came forth from . cl... bad learned to ailmini-' Itenrt.l.i :
tbe v & Co
their hiding placedisciplined hard I heir own affair. and 110 the backbone the .current passes 'near An,AerJc-D'.heiress WOMEN l l'J
liip.. trll-ined-to prudence and foresight hi. ( feudal system was' broken and the i ; roliJ, ;' a good 'rule in bnndlln, a"; ror ,, who i FOR >

the peril in which they bad lived and will of freedom and enlightenment came live conduetol'tl. to' Use Ijtit'-one hand nought her become 41 SonlhForsjthSLltbntaGi;
a compart and fflirient nrganicationTheiileader . induatrialiam-waa inanciiraled. to observe In'rescu- t | ,
bad improved their long aorliisioi idraa sprang nn and a .d,.!ribution An 'iroiiorUntnne. 'a Hv der to-test the' .lncet I" ., '-'* .
to cultivate letter and art, and soon took ..Itlo and privilege took place. to- Ibl a person In contact,1I1t she asked:,, you
leading place* among wholsrs and men of with a new sense of their own place Wire. nwd when It Is ImposDlble to cut if I give "WI.It ;Efery woina"J
affairs; an that when Conatantme succeeded world and new want and nnibN- off the current I te to p\ U.the victim away my MucThit'
to the undivided Meion of aupreniipower in the common people. The Imme should the I ty 'and become &poor -
in the Uoman Empire prudence ir reaulto to Europe of the-cru..du: oft vith on foot 13yen The prince ; '
not prefermce moved him to aa olliana I'u incalnu'able.: A new aplrifof linwan- current pan from one foot to the other then Desires fa: Xnqw
with them of enterprie.of hone ansi l of "m- through the rescuer the rcNUtnuce.' of repondel) 'Ye i'I I '
had and the death war the will lUl marry me If' I /1; ,
Then began new phit e in the itraggli tprnng up. tho path fs.eo lllcll"l'RI"I'tIllIJ.; as ,
for rehiainiiu"liberty, The .despioed "'lJd l wee aigned of tlimanehent regime o( the IU.PI.tr.orlouill title and beeome a -
near '
ereculed( Clinxtians.! raw rien to )nlaceifponrr ... ."IC'r.tltion8..1 terror wiichi| 'Currl'nt'doe. not pans tq person like Purtavble &n4_ BtavUnnatry
'. and immntsinc the throne in the reiicned a thoiuand yeara. Injut7 'Is not likely, UI\u.Jt. 7unelf' Rbout.Sanativa. Antiseptic
.
|'rreou of the 1-O'I."r. did l not abuse tbejjtrunt. second treat movement lliat hn.t- -' ". :agree Engines Boilers,; .

Such wa the spirit of sweet ienaonahlrno J J the final conflict for religion liherly Captain 11. U. Laryiuorct British OB, !lt'RiJul! )Smart. Cleansing rAnd .
which animated them'that the the HenaUaAnce or revival o' le."n ins rt.cI.'DtIY'JrC'II1'lJt. 1 .
officer ln x'l erla.ins .; p-: : Saw .MillsAND ;: ,',.
fir t Chrintmn! Kui|>eror issued an edict of which followed non the laklng OardvniMn IMm4ou,"'t.M C '
;: '. Chauncey" '
.. region* toloi-ation. known a* the edict .nf! by the Tu--|;. t' ,
Mi.nn.'wliich granted reliniou liberty, "ithi. ire$ n moinrnto'n event for Wcatftrn, Clmf.n oC !th..U\olCqulto Jlalt1OcI1I'; i or:The Passing of OFComf ,MAPMRY; :{ "

"' ', ',. in the I empire) .n,the,iliasi) of tbe sacred : ",,' It cent hnnd'ed' of larch li- .'liolv; mum\Yh'hh.i..o) ( I 1.tbe'I'11'f,1lllf"'t 110ye"I In t lee's for,July,- Uf. line tarritd ..* %> r about tfw' Cafe of ..
,
", -' "; : rights /consciencer' only thoie relivinui literati! to find r""rn 'In t"t. te8tf. to i tjue familiar'to moat. -
'- rite were prohibited ,'hieb. involved inv J."r"in"d the:MSS. whir h they 1':10 "J1I'1'1I9nl1l1 .IJlDur.Mp' T.r 1r'aiidHands. :
:
morality, piano or soreerr.tot uatil the *with.,tliemercated -e' ereat -atir. extraordinaryeffoet; wUIU.. 1. 1 produced : picture is -drawn ,so .Ma'.r Sc'apJI; "

fatal paaiiion for power bud been aron ed in ;.. academics avid unive.itii if annne on niofiqultoe:by the plcnpiint odor ol strongly that Its Write us ,"jtatojus. prlc*. :
them by it. poweuion did the Chri tinnre : where. anal the church' roused to' Its fresh leitvcs ami1' by I.hl.du" two the ( :
.
\ ort to eriicculion.. The organication nf l cole! vcuto.liCn; of Icnowlei'ae. It Snteretl .. before buylp.'
'
In
I the ('liri tin church kent race with ,l. n part nF that movement tlmt or .' ,_ "
..',. of \Vi>tenber, waa ontiih'ikhed each nnd ajong the wludwarll1 l ,. jCutleura OlaU.ment I
spread in Kiiro|>e. From Rome a centr room strong delineation, ch ClKO WITHOUT OPTING great value of Soap,
the miuiitnarie penetrated to all part olruroix Kleetor: of Sa"on". tawhich own veranda, n 'boa,". van jM .irepf limed absolutely, to life. N C En' and Resolrent In,the antlseptlo .
>. They carried with them the luv T.nthcr anie In .' na ?Ircs4tipr. tbegc !' ''$. One of . C.A "1 < V8et Ren.Cro
of the mother. church) from whTch they urofeMor of tb "io-r. ,* 'J''rit oi !I" rally free front vhlcliI G. .{.I.Y, C 'rHI cleansing of the mucous surface and of.', ",

went ami bound the church'. which tIirpentr4 .' ; .!' 1 iWiCil. I".ftatill..j Slice the malaria giving Bperliucns. The college'ro ball 1 . : CIAM\ .th..blood and '.drculaUJlIr fluldoy tana'-f I ,
to her in gratitude and CliristinnfelTowfrhip. ; "-?.. rnd histoScnl' ..n.l.itlH;/" caught alive hnd tenderly inclosed! to bea't43ry AuiiaU .Jldp..t...( ',
This 'c." denee and affection .j .,... taken no i" real earnest. 'Hia( withinleaf of the plant, lost eonnolousnegg I a&brding purejweet, and.,economical t f'
wliirh aha won Ry her aeneroijity and *elfsncrince .. I\n.t 14e.sformcuii: thnt tind "'h-r- 'Jise scent twentieth century ; local and oonstltntlonal treatment for
in the gospel *he soot came to oe-- *.' t.* lo'i ie of 111- **.''oo' men U.. I In n fexVnecotids. however, attractive fie 'H& Weather weakening nlcetations. Inflammations,,, \ .

mnd s* her right and when st 'length theIi.holl Tb. pithily of-tlio (7rceksnd, RA. of the bruised leaf partly J''ICl'tlb1el:' not Always or, : 'itculngs, irritations relaxations dlaw
of Rome acctired th-poltical |>ow.er c1fi.*tc* became n ""..;on. J.rin." wild ihytnc' and enoalrptnu. The natives neceallarl ti placements pains and IrreguUrttie "
of his lie aspired to make the trhditlonnl potentate vied with rf"li fit her in M" the failures or : '
city ,where.the plant U found., prefer ; peculiar\ to feraajes.i Hence the Cotl- .
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ecclrintiral ; em'ncnt choara! aDd eleisnl HIM- '
caoiul l of the world it Ao qulnhi 'ottnuatefdl1ows I turn remedies nave a wonderful lufla-1".' ,
capital' 11:110.! then with the policy of mill. fn adorn their (''" .. a"H.tJi" rich an IntlM.on \tll( 1tI\c'" : ;
author' ot
m '
tury Rome the Christian church adopted the great beanie the prof also, the aoibitfou .,". telentlec. spirit of end enare'* .n pnlou| and .no -- -. reonlze this fact In beauty1' to'\wear),women, who :'have' (",
the I CaesAr Kccleiiiasttval Rome imurpcdtl .e In "o'e"tln't: M5t. anal 'ICIIinor; number of, been prematurely aged and lnTlidea5, ,
rlllht. 'Of mankind and perverted their and .h_'. .f. 'iwnn; Th*. SbIpstcwsr.1andiIat1U-aJ In :' by these distressing ailments a* well **.r,

liltrrtlcs as ruthely! a* did political Rome of tie" ulrea'lv ll'iernted' from. their A steward .Js iiodiiup. li.urt; 'ol. -ll Diplomacy/ ) Such aympstbette afflictions as anemia.,
church thralMom Jlbe. ..Cmaa' were 'nud. V ChI.roela.- hysteria, nervoosness and ,
Inrouijli "'."Kire ttagea the than a cpmblnatlou wnltcr I ,
the new (10m-
l'nc.1 an mounted to the tin-one of it* power until which mon 'spread Amon;' 'all l> llln dntp'lJetlu pu SWEET .
It ab.olutthan the empire had tmall1 Women from the drat hare toUr
was more Tory
lonsuiuclius Blobbe-SIUlcus channels of
:! of the :> keep natural the '
peop .
ever .aJ'c.1 l t., 1 be. Men like ( regory the t11 IIaM. : the appreciated. urity .. wee.tiniia,7tbe'power c' '
Great, Leo lit. and IHldebrand made the ni'dition to' three srtat wovcment It', should tlte. 11:1t time nt LIs lineage. 'Isn't bet body operw-UwcArentSAMu/fyto&Mi,' to_sfford immediate rellet.tb. .
most 'Mstoninhiinr claim: and al>soltitesupremacy perhaps n* a eon eiai> *'>e of theM was least brush up* bin -' 'or 'blaok ,1 S01e'1' --wou I* tilioustitsf. keadathtf, rcfreshttthtslomarh certainty speedy and permanent
in all human nffsirt. and treated irl'i of adventnr wjjich pov hrolco 1 ; ; ,aids fUgeilian.roofs LIe,
,abut Kpnin shave, JunUo his 10Ill. neat anccstors thanmake' a cure the absolute .r.t)-aDd creat,
*
in Ttnly
with the utmost aevrrity all who withatooiltheir ainiu1t; "p"nu y blood, HUM the train. Contains no
claim1. Unavailing protests to their and }:.r an" Oermany and ,fle|. ,and chine bill aho,. lie I IH .uPPoll.I' self.-Pblladelplila' narcotic or irritant drug. economy which have made the Cnticnra.
toimding pretcnMJon were r.I.,1 hy men J..nircd by Co'"mbll", a native ef, to wear "! ,iintl espaimlve remedies the standanKkln I cures andi"
: like John fe'cotiu! Ahe'nrd! Arnold( lire. ; .* Ttalv" "un !
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cia and Witklill and in the humbler walk* 'be t>eri:. of the untraced Peas- 1110mrlll .hlrt. 1"01' rnO F ,TO THE f nearly' te ysara.so. .-. MlUlons of tberwomen age Cnticunv' ,
of life oppo.ii( )n allowed itself. in auchrert ,, .rch e* new lnpd< or new pc. iae. to black or white tie. f (10 nut tlUnic 11 Hueband {angrily-1) : .. sad ...0- Soap. 'lIte4-'b7 Cullcnra Ointment ',.:

a* the Alhigensc and tire ".1drn_, i>.,.rV* neither of which dmired to separate them- tIll p'ene wee clrcumpaviftited. hv ; nil' the others. 'titd I, OlcUey i Wife calmly)-My' 'Tarrant Co. ;- the-'tkln for cleansIng the scalp ".,
"nipliriied printing ( The 3q
but both alo .
.elvea from-tbe Cutholter Church, .4 Tor the sake of economy :'of crpsU scales and dandruff and the7stopping ;
should I' 1h" mnti'ifiictare of get I 'married 5uMe. .nsbuo.4_ ;\
of them desired that it* pretension type i"i< .that -
tbe.the I of filling hair for sof
Tn- the tenjog, ,
: been nt
be moderated and it* abuse reformed ac- rr"" rag lad nt rrcrntly WaitIng on .tIIIIIIUJl.tH Newt -"
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k\\ cording to tbeecripturelretuireinent.. of .'. "The mariner's comr" 'si 'e intn care of the, t bll'8 thp' >i> of flicillvcrwnre. rhitentnft and soothing red rough sad'ore
,' < ,..Ir..tio'l. The Vscone band*, for,annoying| u-riiatlons. '
These n
*pf.toic) simplicity and purity. men uoo : and 'a certain nuionnt of
were dimples-minded, their )live were inverted and the nesven. eplorcd: fair and ulcerative, weaknesses, and for .
.
pure, but they were eubjerted ttt the mot ,I vo.ld., "* the aoaa f.r new If ed. ..' illsh-washlng and, PIfltrt'sVOrk.- lunke many, saootlre, .antUeptle purpose :&. ,
-remorseU persecution. Their hcroie en- 11"1.,'. t*.rl.,1:1*'*>.* of nnpr "ed n* ill) the stewards dlning'I'ool duties; Da.k-: -H- Which readily suggest t.beI" aa v'; \

ilnraace and unfaltering! faith ha* covered nt.l 'activity and ferment. CnwrnJ-and' The' other halt Is' worU In tho state-1". r- $! : well as f or Ul the purposed the toilet. 6 4 i

their that which-memory surrounds with a ham e of early glory Christian like unto by rr. his bv his new Jaw avatem*, were of coon aatronnmv.rcyoliit'- rooms making the bels: ptralglitonlns . Bath said and nursery.. r "
stese.ssa..M.
$ e.s avoteiS
I martyr. During the mauacre of the Albi-! I a. ronomv, AH of t.es" ihinc. .had. up tbtooniM and "doing th<> general 01 c. cs.l.4 Pit.a._.i.a.4 o....

'- genies was born the order of the JJominiean ; effect Hion the. piiid of w. n. J Ije work of .n cbatnbeniiald/.nsovcjr as '.I bare used Ayer's ._9.ss.., r.a__a_M..4.S.. a. ire.., _-..I S t____._, '
fnrtn.
.. Into whose bsnds was intrusted theInititOtIon'known I ; 0' th* .1.! am'1! nf n"> a' certain amount of attendance for rfr? I_.a'_ C.-.S.e.._.---.. _
a "
many
. 4 a* the Inquisition( he f re'atlon to other bod'e In stvice: of 11\101 gret 'i- ___-._ ..w.I'WELL' , ,
and ot the ruortii.Th : though am past
heaven >
"h"
/, moat diabolical engiu of intolerance and diitawes i I. o ocupant.
, persecution that human ingenuity ever de I .t tp'* ot-worlJ !Jot pace: the pay It very'poor;. anal ':prin- age, yet I have' 'not a RWA-N-S Tabulcs

!I'' vised. ' .,. .. of ""n'* idea a. t? tli. centr of slpul dependence of. steward Is1 on my, bead."> F DRILLING :.
tit
It was I
that
iver and the revelation Ceo. Yellott, T .
I bf aud.tpotlame to work < They- are really
It I. the fate e.i-th. but tNit the eSrtli wa only the tips lierecoives. Doctors find' 'R". .,
.
deatruction by a fatal disregard to f sen
their own nf wvo e. ho paid that BO? * 11-_ n f'
,1 and iff7 ifltj* t member a yf'em ; poorest clM' .
human endurance, _
_
limit of .
the
of all w.ji.pvt1J1u
teach 'We be' C
when the papacy added-the horrors of the wee the snft all wrved to ot In one war*, and I llln'kuo1'uRlen mean A .._IbM _.squat she -0)1'_ fur",..

Inquisition to the usurpation of tbe moat i.th tK.*'nnce hd..been*inty'arenstome'l and .in..tatamt to return, to make 1-0 In tlp on I six. weeks'- dark:color your , good."prcScrlptloD'I. In.u .1.r'II1" =',:
acred of human right and tjcgravattd her of royage.-LeMh1C's Moutlily.' I. 4.A1L.i &90"se ir.l.wttk La--
. .nd peradventre : "
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ft'enlCe by the flagrant immorality of tlralergv bev the nd "rev' to have; I it's "r' .,

-- ,-the.h. transcended long slumbering her limit.and aceumii1 and in.Joked .- \,-,.tI.I'nnd' Jed to. them veeeiv to chxnges'expect<"in other .!ia. Bar'besIi A.t h;. no materfor. WBM 1tr +
.
tile A
of C
thmirht and realms
1 Uted wrath of eenturtea. which burst forth of o skepticism become-r"'eralIn" 'n. The ilght'of 1umt'rou' autoiuoblllst Hair
the .Reformation, disrupted'' her solid ; ttio In e. drt Is nosgn las Do Toy lait ey.f :
'tt Spire, and caused her the'lo.. of two- 'even the church and and eonspire....evervthinn to- careering comfortably 0 UO\t cIty fe., stores, colo "'to The a. *i4iB y.f *'* -" -. ThiMrfly tlar..I :
their lintel
.d tocnnere 'vehicles but minus
: upon their bo.uI.00 a u)
_. .lrd.. of her pritulchddrea. .if
eonM '
Two great mo..ment.la theluliddle'AIeelV a *in"I* point'nntil 'not>m. which mind*' pne of the' fad of naay to\tu Sometimes it ss.nissasvp$f tat I",,.
IIf force j "
triumph ol itliioutlibrtv nd the fonjnnction 7 % INTERESTSrKK : ;
'r itribiit to LnjCurop.1he hasten the were the t,'fre the human mind fron bond-' Jlle'who WheD"1le\ \ntr3* ,\ hair grow ,'er. '
tlirall om. ) AKNCM t \
from
.human spirit
the
< Rcnaiasanc Tbe religioufenthuiiaam - hCldwor a . .
& Csaadea and.the for religion long; Write. I... 5'.sS.'e.eal'e Ia.st.
with the struggle In' CYIIiT '
.
fort I I. 4ha !
.of Europe-dormant : entirely. It tnogtlj e. pee p..ae SI'
ccrtnri*.' was kindled h.,th. Start 'e I ty, it ran en to eempaa. destined the liberty'not to of when ,the :nntomobUlnts eu> :., I ILe: of _the. hair,top. s.t.t : "- ,
I whole! manand waa SY.i1ma.J
of Peter the Hermit as h* preached : befik) in :
<|UI\IIII th"infldel I nntil be will every whit free.' It ha. jrecic upon their l xre 1tI" Ibenaebinea ;. s. a "
.. > cwud against the' Ib..Tna'k"hor "lI"CIIIre"or 'theliberty *f eon- go spinning up 'down,
-- -rescuing .
!" the froolierhandi..4t.ppese ws* os whsn a loot- the nib'of private judgment,,end po-- Fifth and It U rcollj xTell-tbt- send If J dnt awl v' swelling !. .to so .iii, J
:' i k eualy opened 'Into a hence where 5a I and |>eronal freedcm. But the o.enue. the Vahu ctenutswhich : ,o.a boSil.. Bewir.." I lay*ur trct*a t*nsM nt cm .'
.molderi..C.' *_thrd yst and what it< shall be M man fuR! ,' eg nor a *rtexpr*>** 1 U,to 60 MY" TrUltraalvxMadWafn
; fire mlt.aueoke hb lone, till whole building is I Iwr.po ..'. Pug a* treat and good men a* have recently bcea3 nirli- hf I ., I,.C.A.>KR CO. _ _ *. KottilBgcca b*fairerWrite'S .
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-a--andi.n eenflagrstioftr\r aso.long I Iwbeti taught ia any.au.eght still la tees hail ncd J'pr. .N.N.. reea's 5. ',
in eldllc.ork S -1noI1.Jlh. .* 0 AtI.s.Sl. .
extinct/bnrt Into I II *,'wbieh .r.coaatantlyl.creasinl | : -,

auddn O tvdr.* .A spoatanes**'vprUing, I. .", ia power and lot reaolatnes. ., b ,-c; 1 *It 4 u .t" : 'ol'- "' .>

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.: Kl&felmnttc I VaHeu Oizette f J' faroooa.! .. !C.ot.elt# rr-

Editor Valley Gazette <,.. $60,006 Per
:' Day
T.UH MOH. NO. H ?, ,
-,r Your'oorrepondent In this "neolc of! Chant
Pvsuasaettvanav.m.v l' e
1, omee'1n Valley ttatette BnUduig, the .ood't has bee'alleiit a long This is the-average, sum paid d Mid-Summer .
not .
tt
time front lack
wa ( of material -
lItaellOfEE.08C&u1.4COVfTy.rL .1 or Incll nation, but. rather, caused ,daily to. policy-holders Th
i'JI.PoUlm: ,. t. PROIst ePOSe. by want of lelaure. Naroookaee' 11 tlwe" Is here and as, usual it is 11 :season
>
.B.: Hb.aI8,, r. ; a Mutual Life Insurante Com 'The good old summer
'..' busy place. The activity i.1 ,, scattered cltl1 ge:sinks< JO its lowest notch. Partly to assist ;
when pocket
a. e. POUND" ,.1Shcver. over a township and hence not at noticeable pang of ,New York. ''Multiply your In tlding'oyer Dud portly to woke"room for new goods

Entered at th* Pmiofflo la Klnlmm*,..Fla,, a*,in town or city, Strange that.by'a and the our customers In several deportments, in our es- t
articles
"*".._l-elaM mall matter.: all it may appear there'' not one indolent year wonde ,we hove reduced prlc qn
t|.' !! I PII l.llM .* '' -Mly tfc J i 1 aM4' i I I Iflnbeorlbe' In our 'of the' ,, tlititlshtrie'nt to- cost and( belaw. This will make cltlinge" to'those
win pleaae notify tte ogles If' or laity man community; amount disappears when ,
'...,thn fall to*et the paper rexularlT. such' a thing, as loafing U unknown. who need 'and buy' the goods for they ore not old nor shop-worn but
.
A1Loommnuloat/onL axe-otfrom,our auibortaed learn how ana
oorTMpondenu moil >e lfn.d t>. the Another feature, Tory commendable, you : where the d date in style arid Just os represented. An old maxim
new D
up.
d v'R.lecl.dm.u.r:: will not be returned nDletiealled 1* the fact that our citizens are' a':::1 largest accumulation of trus will save ,the dimes the dollars: (ilt l1vethemselves., "

., The ed I.(.lor. Ie not reiponalbU for oplnioni' prospering" financially, that there are funds'iri WeyaVeoffei? for to save money, that does not
; the world Is invested oPPortunit you
: nil
pmMd byoomipoadcnu. no feuds or dlaffrements., The grutn .. g
f a" k Ii' ;Alng,.. rate may be had on application.; blersthe men' who could'see' no goodIn as shown, in "A Banker's: Will) ." come every' day.,,! .Below we give % f' .

t.be'I U healthfulness. ..
In
no our
'/. '" one SUBSCRIPTION rear ...,....,,.RATES.Ooeeopy. ..,.. .......,,fl.OO: climate, no beauty In our forests and This" book is sent on request. of Dime 'Savers '"
.. .. .. .. A Partial List :
M 'Ooeeopy, H mouth ,. .ti, ,.r. .. .SOt lakes who failed to note t.hecourt.el', our
>neoopjr, lhreemontht.,1." ;..' :,,..-.... .'** ; ; This Coiapaajr naa. ,
,: 1 1 he morality; the manJlDels-oHur natives ,A..61-I. Awse. ff..,., .
,'#; Friday, July 24, OO3"; are all gon 'It's a good rid 4' ftrittn Amount Pas Polley toMm. .'
'
, dance, benefit, to ,the county' and ,/Tirrt-Ia Af*.' .,_ savinaem
and orices that will move them, Here the .
State. '.. Straw Hats 'at Below Cost.You !
_ + THE CONVICT" QUESTION.' dood THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANC braces?the dollars. See the prices:
} roads Is the prominent matter .
' almost at your $10.00 Suit now for $6.48. ,
goods goes
get these
p The Altanta Constitution favors ext just now. A fine road has been COMPANY NEW can ...
OF YORK 0. '* t
tending; authority of the State prison completed southward toward' JUi'Creek own price now. Listen! While they last : 5.00 5.4P.- .<.
.
JUCMABD A. McCvaov p..w- S5c' -''' ,
14c SOc hats only
25.c hats only
commission over county asj well as ,, shortening distance nearly ,, ; "' ,
'"
x State convicts; referring the matter three miles.:. Thlt road ,north to Orange Nassau,. Cedar, 'William and LIberty 7 So Sac; 1.100. 8Oc. LAUNDERED SHIRT 39c74c '
In the following pertinent manner:' Stl., New York N. Y. 5 FANCY
county line bas been thoroughly CECIL WILLCOX, Manager '
a The law of'our future dealings with repaired and put in good order,''"ItTls .' 'Jacksonville, F!... a BQY'S SUITS ; 74c I 'w-e are closing: out 'a lot of odd sizes at Unheard :

eon1'l Y'abould carry the provision' now proposed.to'build a'' 'direct roadto M. TILLER. Agents KUsImmee,Fla 'of prlc' s. .

'that. all convicts of the States, whether St. Cloud, connected with the one Have 'just received a lot of Boys' Suits priced $1.00; Shirt gogsat*, only 48c., '

w fh felony or misdemeanor convicts and already, ,constructed to Kisslmmee.This .' II xaoooooooooooooooooooooooW.L.VanDuzor&Co. from 74c to $4.00. So cheap that anybody's boy ,50c Shirt goes at only 39c:

,'whether confined in*State or county road I. Imperatively demanded, ,can afford to wear them.OXFORDS. 'We hove another lot of those 25c Shirts (In sizes .
,,1; camps, shall, be under jurisdiction,, I ;
[p to serve the people the eastern part I fro.m'12 l-2to_ 16 t-2.' :

'and' authority, for uniform regulation of our county. At present there? Is . '... At COST.. _
management ,- ,
of their the State
nothing, worthv.the name of a road .
v 'prison "'commission.The from Narooossee to the ,county seat. BROK'ER'SREAL . We have a lot of small sizes that we are closing,49c, UMBRELLAs 49c '., .

justice and humane a pel'1'l.lOnof.t.be For the improvement of o'nr ro'ads out at and below cost. Come early or you will .be .
': State's) officers are, needed for we are-largely Indebted to Mr'M. D. too late.- See the dimes to.be saved : We have a nice line of Ladies'' and Gents' Urn*
,
't.all; oonvicta.: scandals, both known Tlndall. He has given both time and .' ESTATE $1.6O values now ioinat.. only $"1.10 1 brallas. ,.at prices from' 49a up. -,. ..

,-*i ,and mooted, concerning the conditions money In,this direction and richly deserves 'AND INSURANCE 1 $1.25 "" -89 ;
; t ,; ..
'
.15'"
Gp '
existing in the
misdemeanor
convict the thanks of.all who will. use 58 STATIONERY.
'camps of, some of. the counties have i them... OOOOp00000 ) ..
,.
,m ,become Intolerable. It Is not necessary Qn'June 23d The Southern Summer MEN'S SUMMER SUITS We have'just received ,line lineof Box Paper

?, : here to specify cases" ;?,but that the"l School for teachers and' advanced '>f ', _ which we have marked at prices,tl at- will please ';

"" t county sytems are -so Tagarlous and Student opened' Its sessions at Knox- We are prepared to- deliver at cost while they last. We have a few small si- you.: We call your special attention to 5c, lOc, "'
'
,t:In.some instances so vicious as to o d"Lbe'ltronlf vllle, T nn.. Last year there were zes-34h36. 37 and Z6, which we are offering 15c, 25c, and 35c values.
i pesence of State authority twenty jdve hundred teachers registered ; .
.;? '1t. their regulation is bey6od ques. constituting It the greatest Sum- | .

"pion.' ht' -, mer School in the worl
.At present-Jthe State commission from present indication the attendance vers we have 111 stock. Come and see ttiem. Don't" forget to ask ft r.


.:lit a mpi In which' they are confined previous year, Knoxville should be any part of the city at the Purchase. Your ticket may be the lucky one. /
.r 'svnd'worked.: .As a general th.ln.rin the Summer' resort for all Southern following low prices :

.j s ,these camps humane treatment is en"t families. '. ,
C. W. DANN The Shoe
forced and Justice satisfied.k Aside from the educational facilities Man.

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?; ,lent supervision over ,misdemeanor 1 subject of interest by the most noted 200 .75 "'" -.:. <\. <\. _<\." 4j

.convict 4 amp ,' and conditions in the men in'the nation.! The city itself Is a I 100 _1' h .40 .._ ,r __ '-

'{f State. The county misdemeanor con- beautiful one the.people courteous and 'i0 .. .20

'riot is a'crestureapartlromthe I hospitable' and ..urroun4lng'aoener1' 20 ** tea : '
jurisdiction - .10
of the State as things are now. picturesque and pleasing. Amusements .10 ". ". .05; Public Sale of Shorthorn and Hereford Stanley's Business College ..

f That status; should not' ''..longer'' be .an'' are amply provided for to suit every Thoma_\'.ilie. Ceorfla.ihecd.moryollnf _
,
'I ssertable one and the! deanna"wlt.bhim age. One thousand homes in the city, I 1- Cattle We ; men to .upply l the d.mald .-

as a subject of official speculation besides several hotels are ,secured Prices on Ton Lots or more e.. andrtenugrxphere.UMII| 1111 i Inrcompeu-Iftoi .111. "ookkI'

l should be prohibited. The'way to prohibit soley for ,the 8'ue.aad'; rates aremade I furnished on appH c a.t j 0 n. I will offer .t .iictlo., l. Ocala. early N.at fall abpiit fifty bad of I 01 IC'ItOOIlIltlu of the uex.. 1\4\ im '. and. mr.e eater One our ,
more '
our l><" "'l"'"l cOd..,.. and ..
abuses of, that sort most, effecnslly !moderate; Should further reilstcrcd bliih-grnd bulls ."<* ;pw.. Most of them arr now In my I ililon COm I" **m"+*8 will pl.ce' ,." .Iu.'noce.
.is to Include the county. tInformation ,be desired it can be KMBcmlon They will lie tkoro.alt1y ,sacii.al.d, ..d will lie >B r.iit glad correct :
. for six tao.'lta character au.l to l,([.. Corns
against d4Iatla from Togas f v r or any dIsoaiMi after dais In
Ring Phone 15'when
under the general supervisory obtained by addressing Bureau of up. your leu U atuuc'',orfor full luformatloii ... .
| lre
protection < a
of a.I.. Ample nolle of U. date for th sal" wilt b al"M tit"' .ala,tfa
of thep.p.r,.. Writ for fall p rtlc.l.r.. UwUsTAtr.1lYoooo ._ -
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S*! where they properly should belong. i AROOOSAEE., .
The Constitution Is disposed to 'insist Z. C. CHAMCLISS.Oc&IA. ,Fia.I. .

that In whatever the ..Legislaturedoes ,-,'."Of Interest, To*Subscriber K9OOO!

;1 '; with the.convicts this partlclar. ...The. Exponent of the, national Pub W. B. Makinson Co ..;:'..J. : I I IIII

clause of inclusion of the county' con 1lshersUnton, b complied-trora the 1. ., ,."....' . ', .,' ,.,-- ''-,--,--,. ++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++F+++++ ; 1 ++++++++tTropicaL'Nuw +++ : : KALOLA ;
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Tlcts In the care<< of the State commission : decisions of the United States, courts p, ). .S.e.m :': : :,., < :t
'should be a. central feature in thesystem ., '' : .I.; series'J: :t 1= -
the following laws I ,! 31Cryatallz
concerning 'new- \! ,
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. ".. \\it": ,.. .,, e' . .d Mlaoral Water .
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finally adopted. paper, subrcrlption: G 'DrataJ_Sffiitliern, X FlarldaR.AIIrWAY' "r ' '. ," I ,:. : i Ma tara Natural R..dy'

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1.:Subscribers who do root give ex.;, OrlandoFloridar -
A ombinntlon -con
fa. DEATH OF POPE LEO XIII.
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notice to the
: press contrary are considered : taming the
After a reign of over a quarter of,, a a. wishing to renew., "8UWANEB RIVER.. .RQUT-- If you intend planting' any Fruit Trees this fall send me list of the waters medicinal of-four noted propertlen min

',century as the. surpreme spiritual bead 2.. If subBTlber,order the paper die- 'CIIEDULK8 IN EFFECT JANUARY : : of your wants and I can save you money or Orange Peach and eral Rpr.liifj-s. Cures Constlpa- .
M of the Catholic' church,' whose communicants . continued the publisher may continueto ... '4''-.1908.- I Peat and all kinds of Nursery St :k. lion, Indigeiitlon! Stomacli Kid ,
:
e number nearly half of the send it until all arrea'ges are paid. 1"V PaUtki. ... ,.Dixie fI on) riy p m'". _Qtlck'6tep.e/nam_ ::t: 'W. ney L.i\erand, Bladder troubles.

ti 1 Christau! population of the world, the 3. If subscribers'neglect' jo refuse to Lv Jmcknouvlllo .". 1I0U p in 7 fifl a in ..t E'O gas SPEIR. - -
At VnldonU. .. ... .. 11
venerable pontiff; Leo XIII baa path kj take the paper from the postofttee to A. 11ft4 n. .. .. . .. ..., 121105W npm It 10Aeam W/ |I' m ..+++++ +++ +++++++1 ++++++++++ ++++++ ++++++++ "Take K.ble.t1 Days and .

?* the debt of nature, and closed 'his which It is directed they are as' apon- A. Conlul0r Ma""ono .. ,.... '...:, 2 a65am'(INI a m doom 1 41: p m ---- -- ------ -- -- -- .. .Eat Aaylhlnj You Want."

\ eyes in exerlasttng sleep,the eornt ooy tibia until they have 'settled their bills or an. - .. ,
Ar. AUnita,. . DR. IVf OrrETT'STEETHING .
), 'curing at 4.o.i.pm.. July 20th., .. and ordered It discontinued. $.C..T.L. 725m 745pm A teuspoonful' diMKulvcd in a
1 4. If subscribers other Ar OhattniiniMta .. 10 P m 1 O0) a.no glass of water makes a delightful -
Elected places
-to. the. .chair' of St. Peter- tnoyeto Nantwille.. .: .. .6 .1pln j 6401\10 .
Without hformlng'the) and ILL. CENT. ... RAr and'tnexpenelvo axpcrlent. ,j
J':, _on February 20th, 1878; his pontificate ; publisher, i I
HI. ixinli 1
iI has been one of wisdom, conservatismand I I the'papers are sent'to'thb further -,, address -' Ar Chl"'Ko .. U 11112.Mam m 724pm__ Price sot End,,: $1.00. :

,,benignity, and ',his 'unerring diplomacy .., they, ,are'held responsible.C. At IxiuUvilip I. N It. U, 2 110 For sale all ,
: ft no 12 M p m nt drug stores
.p and' tact have' enabled him i .,The courts have decided' that refusing Ar Ulnuluuml 0.if.1.a.L, ,720 a n\ 4. W: p m, ( POWDERS) sent by mall, posture: paid, on or :"I

.,'I. not only to ad void that fraction which to' take, periodicals' 'trom'the ArChlnan . ., auitm nWCa"........ Arlr......... 18 JIItJ receipt of price. I.
"'MoocaslonaUy has a tendency to aralse. office or removing' '" and leaving ,them i Solid iralna from JarlmouvlUe to-'Maputi.; ,hrapackamaafTERTRINA"..r.W.JIenynf arkanaa."*aftttioa'MCmfaTanoa.vTnMiJ Wtvoadnaow. ...b...>aiM<"EaelnMdaidlrWMnuforvlilekpteaMmalliiM)cblldr..without.It..Tb. between church and but 4 has Uncalled for, is prima facie evidence Train: from' I''yUn' oannrrt at Valduita; with Mrari ..ol KI a paekain and Itoana at. moal opportan*Um.i..,bab**aa lo.Mrtant coalition I bli boml. ka4 COMPANY. a i
state tlniKMnR north from Jaukaouvlllo. >MD In bad eondltloa tor dara and aollllac dui w. caTadldany good' W..aee./aoM ol// "TIKTBINA'* Savannah. Ca. .
led also to heal"many. of the minor of. intentsonal fraud', Ixwal l nlBunvnon Dixie Vlgor train fur Ma- p.rr.otNllet: and ha bM Italia*(...|....Iroabla. ,, Otbar BMiabu* .c.... dally ..-. lull H sal till/....caT Im j .
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whlcb .., 6.. If subscribers in advance eon remalDlnir In dexHoulll| 1. : com &tloni to. ,b ,: at Pope, pay they rnllmin! Biilrut, Blv: pliiK' rn from JackMu- -- -
,; at.ul'a fiSjjfc her heir; are bond to give notice at'the' !end" \lo' yule Change\ of PI.Longs'car'>n Dlxld via' e Flyer aWe tralu route a1n without Ilili. '
LCM' ': the time it they do not wish to continue man'a an..I.pepere, on same train to Clilcivo {,
\ Pope LeoXjtt *<" born March. 2, without vhaiiRir '
;1810, ,at CarplnStei. ,Italy, and entered taking It, otherwise the publisher 1* For BplKMlulci. aUdrea ontbbonnd and other Inforination. CALL. ON' I."
: authorized to send it add the subscriber -
The 'J. If. .
college 'at Rome' -? i24"; order BAFRTRKY orr. f
/ """* is responsible until he glxes the DlntrlctPnMencr Agent,:ml W. hay I'll.. FOR '('
of patesthood was..vj jferre< upon Or Jackonvlile Fla. FOR.rSi I
': ( publilb,notice, and pay all,arreagea.! / 4 B. RllODR, T3a'3r A r ia ,
;. Decmber 31 land from1847'to
;l'blm ,, ,7.' The latest postal, laws are such Ofueral. I'axittDger Agent.Manon. Oa. f 'fc r t'a'4.f cK

_,_ ,;fgate'st' ;,' Beneyento.1841 be,, was. .From ApostAie'180,td'dele-. 13 that newspaper publishers "can. : arrest , For-;. ; CLOTHING.: r I'i1if 1

':' }>e was Governor of:Spoleto,, and, heI. and anyone refuses for,fraud: who torn takes .a ,paper'' One,Smalley No. 0 drag saw and ICAr I, Goods. "j
'the following" two earlPapat; Nunlooade pay : Under' the two 7 foot saws; one Peacock wood
.r L ; l t.! the man; who lets his subscription splitter, 62 Inch fly wheel, 4 inch .r'w' ",. -.1r3r ,.u z
& 'at 'Brussels. He 'was.-m Arch- runjsJionsr Jor; sometime and axle; one I'eacoekwood: splitter, complete , .,.,.,r .._",-_.... .
j.r bishop of Perugia In 1846; wa 'creat'ed unpaid -shaftlpg; pulleys and conueo= ,
or&r's
,>' Bardinal, on ''December 48-, ,1853r then ; it discontinued;1a,. himself Mans; all new and used but little.Splitters .-' 7".h .h -' -:;'. -
:made; Cardinal in July' llable'ksrrest'apdine'thjameas ; guaranteed to split any kind- .
: Camerlengo
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for1! !theft,, laXUOtt seen that'many of wood. The lot is offered'.at about, 1 .
,*, 1877;, And succeeded. :the, gapal. disputed points MaVi disposed ''of 50 percent of its'value. If Interested --MT ,
by
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: ,throne the,following year" these .decislona. ,whltta:are,,certainly communicate! with the Vallev Gazette.
L"' ;,Hili efforts have ,ever'been 'devoted just. 'ha subscribe doe*not want to "T- 1 -

i to the pause:of 'Christianity, 'and=hu the renew publisher.his subscription. The! delinquent be nwist notify must .The, P., Kumpe Boss Worm Druggist MOd,, luo.Leighton 'E ''Formula tells the story : _':'

:.:? manity and his death will,be mourned pay up if he wishes to discontinue his AlH.,. writes: "Oneofmycustomershaa :
'!_ sincerely throughout. the:,''civilized subscription, otherwise he Is held rfcsi a child, which was sick and threw up Grove's
zworld;., ponglblfl for' it rs'long as .the paper' all food, could retain nothing on its., Chronic'i\\i :
,
,. .;t sent fo him whether, he- takes. It or momach. Me bottle of .
., Newspaperdom.: White's Cream Vermifuare, and It Not a patent i a spirituous liquid of.a pleasant Utter Ute, made of .
b'JCONORESSMAr .QBIOQS',,, :of Georgia brought up 110 worms from the child. Fluid Extract ,PERUVIAN 'BARK Fluid
,.:'Wnts, Democrats, to forsake .',Brysm Brutally.. Tortured: : It's the' boss worm medicine la the Fluid Extract Extract POPLAR BARK p
BLACK.
world. ROOT
White's Cream. Fluid Extract
and Vermifuge PRICKLY ASH .
{ : Jeyelandlsman4getbaoli; : 'A'case came to UA'btthattor: persis is also the children '' BARK
tonic. It Im 'Fluid Extract' DOG,, WOO1 BARK Fluid J
.So> hemocragy..Healso; wants an in- Extract
tent and unmerciful
? torture has per proves their digestion' and assimilation SARSAPARILLA r(J
;r8ltJArat.toQ of the: War''' Department, haps never been equaled., Joe'' Golo- of food'strengthene lhcir'nerve Itt Cures the Chills that
:,, which he declares Will''' how greater blck of Colusa Calif writes. For 15) system and restores them to the health other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. '
Jfrauds sod embexzlements than the years I endured Insufferable pain from vigor and elasticity of spirits natural 1Ii'o Best >- .eiieral 'Tonic. ,1JtoCiire.: _
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No
Rheumatism and nothing relieved, me to childhood,. 25o at,all. Druggist. Pa. Prig, 50c. '"
\Fo.to01oe, Department.' To prevent though ,Irled_ everything/ known. I J ,; # ... .
J..' this investigation herculean efforts to came across Electric Bitters .and it's Here ie'' an ,obituaryprinted -
',retain ooltro.tU l ( ba made by theIyRepubllcags.r'Jacksouvllle !,I the /greatest medicine on earth for that Kana paper'' She reared nine 'in;a ,' 'Cure '
child To iColciin' .
trouble. A few bottles of it .' : : One
,' Jd etropsv completely ren. ,She darned 1G.000 socks' She Day ":
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relieved and opted me. Just as good cooked' 100,009 meal .
She
CUs 't, for Liver and i1dney-lreeblee- and washed : ;
''ft 1,000.000 dishes) She died and went to Laxative ;>Bromo Quinine
I" Take
: general debility. Only 60o. Satisfaction heaven." it may be added ,Tablets; / / '
.he-
101 U'papers'AOC'per b.uDdrec ; thealley ,.. guaranteed by Ouceola )t:'arm- was Justly entitled :Jkwen oa'ev'i iI
,' to, her -reward MQton kocM K U fa fMttt 13 aoatbs Xhfa Signature 5 ? P
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The Klssiminee vaneu (gazetteTgLBPHQrlB ; Wade, the tuner," .. "' ::0 f -
nrlsdo; Gen., 'Abe; :Sawj; ? 'the Key "We*>-. ', To Cttr* A''CoM l. On. Dar. "
Read .
....O. 1U,, 'Sendus our .Business Locals. !. midget, spent aday. .t>r two of. the week. : I Take: Lalattve .Bro..o"'", QuinrTab- -'
=- rout Job Printing, / in tM place.* I' ,BasiBess: ,Locals' j lets..;All druggist refund the 'monel Professional .Cards.
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EVERY 'M'JUDA.Y. The r :'I It Its falls to K., W. Grove .
PUBLISHED crate, mill ,has been, running Mrs.. Jennie Colver 'of Sanford Is i cure. "

POUND A liT'.HARRIS.' t.J1.....week! , .. visiting the'family of her ;;sister;' MrsT ----or ",._ _ .," Pharmacy.sbrnature Is. "on- each' box.,26o, Qsceola f\ .. "'" "- -"..:""'" "

Mln Hattie Keen B. J, O.Qulnq'of.LbIa' place., \\\\\\\\\N\NN\N\.N.\Nr\N\N\- A,. VANS At3PIEW; r
spent several days Standard Pattern at KaU's. -, p. ( ,
.oto..y. last week visiting relative* and ''J. C.: Wallace bas 'm vecil11. family i I . .,
QHUnOHMiTHODlvr at Xlunnyujede. friend into the residence ; ,For. real bargains go'to'Stanford's) DOCTOR : ,I ATTORNRV ,.0\#" LAw...>,t'..,,i., I-
' on Broadway recently II
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CHOmcs: -Pr ehlnf ae1i Sub.oro 1 AND. N13TAYw PUBLIC,' I ,-.
bath,. 11 Tbunda a.m. .0"evnin 7 o olock.. at 7.P..r p. .m,. me 8abbGb"Un't Ml, liei tie Johnson, who has been ,,vacated by the Wbeeier family' HO,14.- ,4-4. Sheeting <1. Stanford. *. '. KISSIMMZE: P FLA, '

ever school Y/.unday.. summering in Tennessee returned Rev, T.I:'. ,Sparkmao, f' DeLand, New good ...\\N\w
. p, list]. pou arriving Gulce.Brat B. J. W .
,Birri"T CHUKOII-O. 11. "..I.... f utor.>r borne. on last., Friday A will spend next! Sunday 'with Re'. OJ ton''I..' ..'._ ,, I I' D) > : .SIMPSON. t
pre.ohlnst.Tr ettnj1E.8O m. and 7 p. _. The Frier here and :flll his pulpit for '0,
material baa ;
P..rl.'., m' 1>. m. SAnday arrived and work Fine line box paper 'just received at Be Sure ..DENTIST,
Vaunt a. m. Pw_r m. tln..".., Tnors-. is now progressing/ on the Stanford him.. 1 Dann.'s..' -" / I : ; to Ofioe .Oscpola" .' A

'XyjV"1'NT JOHK'I 9lartorr.rwayI KPI oor t CHti WS.OOBW..rn. -D.yld Q'KI.td. a nd Watson. brick stores Dan Armsteadof, Lakeland*: visiting Call and'see Guioe & a.ton's; new ay my over, :. 1 ) ..Pharmacy. ; 'I'omOJa :
Rector; l-orvloet OB Jlj s l oond Ron .!,fr..> bis brother Armatead nouRin m. 'J'O 1 l \ .
C. M. Frature A. theclev goods I !
; 1i3Q'to .
and children _
'rtii' o'lth month Moraine. service *t !0;ao , .. r d:3Up..01. ,
t 'o'olock. Kv"ntu' (* ....IOft j3" 7:ere o'olook.pkIN.rrxalACNuacN.Dfvlna came over from Narcoossee er prescription.clerk of the Kiss iahineo I Telephone No..78-
and Jun C 'lyr
Pent: Try a pair of solid Battle Axs Shoe ,
Ivory. Ant Sunday sad \third' 8ui> Morntn..errfr. at 11 m. a,, ETODAIKX : kisses'Clyde Seymour and Mattie Mrs. K..L. Leslie bat been spending D--| ArB., STEVENS .
loll service at 7:00: P. m. luu4a 8ohooly at 'Jelly glasses and Irult ,jars, at .. ...
E. a at 1)6 Bandy attended several days with relative( ln ...+
': &a. m. O. aer P. m. Prar'smemn the celebratKn at Thompson's.. v..DENTIST....
,,. :
Tbur dar "10. at 7oo p. m. 8vrbod4.mo.toordr.llynvltedm Bartow Tampa; while Mr. Leslie absentnjLhe J
last -
was .
Friday ;
attend lhuwrrloea. filled -
returning home at thefor ,
.. O. BAlLa. rector.Official . oh, -8at rday. ' range.,, Summer clothing.reduped in prlcb a1Gulce L: Gas Administered

pAvtoaos.Bapt.ufe.a. '. 'W .: -, A Bratton' .% wOSOEO J 8.30 A.:". to il l ...I'and
McDanlel 'Live
..,' . .. .. .: . tton. K. B. Raujersdn) of Ft: Pierce of Oak and Office Hours: j ; .. .
-' -. and a former father of'Mr.. J. K. Pound" 'of this Stanford bat ;iust what you want in i l ;' I .t t.3oto.3o P. .
member of the "-' [
House 01 hew T
Mrtb style Oxford's. 1 PRHBJDHGY
Report. ORLANDO .FLORIDA.
Representatives from Brevard place; arrived last night to visit, her .:,.. ,
AVI.A.B Tsena.roaa-as Rn nJ.TarouoAY county, .
was here on-business and will spend two 01";three, weeks .In Box paper frpm Co to 60o per box at y ..
EVSHIlK.July: 88. IMS; . '
Wednesday: M. W1L'L SON
f '' Klsslmmee. Dann's, __ J. ,, J '.,..,' ."
Luscious.
:iiii: : }la.. "Kb'Friday :1 : lil and cheap pineapples. !Ine. .that are how a few plent.lf -' Mr..Z. C..Chambllsl; of Ocala, 'has An up-to-date line of' Men'* Straw all p es- '_ S NOTARY ,PUBLIC., ,... ) _
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_.- - ago sold In this market years about fifty bead ot fine' Shorthorn and Hats at Stanford II l STATB''ATLAUGH, ) t'

............ 110 n' .... cents for 60 and 73 Hereford,cattle which be expect to Another lot 6f ; I ciipt'nsthere ,. ,Real-Estate. Agent.KISSIMMEE. "
piece "Dorothy Dodd
.. ... II'! ..118 . now-sell for 15. and 20 '
8..utda'.p.8und.' ............ In n .''."... cents' apiece. sell at auction In the early; fall. See. shoes just.received at Dann'; filled FLORIDA.' Ir
.. ... = are by
.. Ill 10 a
7hNdN'Montla........... QjI to ".i0Wednrd7. .Mrs.\ J. N. Taylor returned his adv, i'tld. Issue.. Stanford 1* sole agent: for Douglass J ',W. HARWELL, C
.. .,..... ,5.3 10 1.MThuradav. Monday.
i'Orifhn -jovial .and Shoes at KUslmmee.
.."... r ,PS 09 .... nigh from FortMyerswhereshe-baa Jlrn slwaye 'hap .- F JUSTICS or'TKZ'PZACZ
been py is without doubt t.behapple.t man I A.D
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visiting her \
+ I. A. IUIIP80K. P. M. brother Shep Uass. In Dorothy Dodd shoes have tbetyle. RegisteredPharmacist NOTARY PUBLIC,STATX AT LARGE
town tbls week thIS ,.
the
She cause being
was .
accompanied home Bold
-- : by' her only by D'ann. I MARRIAOKS.A'SPZCIALPY.
"our. rates tor insertion ofadvertl.e-. mother and her.brother:Fletcher Basg. presentation to him of a filb, lon_ by . ( Office '
Stewart .
: on Aye
Try'a of "
Mr.,' Griffin; a. few .day ago. pair Queen Quality Shoes. ue. '
monts among the "a41nr matter on Professor Bridges, who will ,be remembered r< i is ten cents line each In- J. B.'Marcum ..hasAmoved KIssimmee .... .
. tills page per by tome of Our older citlen .
, where be has Subscribe for ."The Designer! at THOMASOIt. '. : 'i ,
a charge of the FO. .
,
.tertion. & as former:' principal ,Qf the SOctsj>.er. _year, at KaCr's.Fresli .. >N FBjr &U. ... Sara-a.
1"
ice
KJsslmmee plant _
during--the ; ,
High School, died recently la Was1.swhere : day F.F..siiQ.1 AU. curt AXWtBfeD. fR..ldsc.'PS.33. ?
He says_that, Friday. and .Saturday Mutton Tuesdays and Fridays 4
:/ . ot"'PIa.a. .
iOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOC "e.bad lived 'i' 'r,
several years. for -the past they made eight tons of lee per, day at Reeves A Woods'. Phone 61. J 1 .-......- KIS8TMMKK.: :FLA ti "p : ,

; Local News.1' on a ftlx ton machlne.-B&rtow Courier Subscriptions received for 'The "
J De
; Ira Bass and .
family' pf Sanford . -- --,
Informant. signer" at- 800 per vear; 4t Kate's. i
came down.last' '
.. - night to visit friend '
; :;:
oooooooooooooooooor aid relatives here. We regret to know Read elsewhere Iri( this issue' the advertisement Stanford bas 'just received new

that he. has of Stanley's Business lot of Spring Dress Goods.,, ,Call and "
notentlrely recovered! from them. ,
College Thomasvllie see
.J-- -- -- --- the' wound Ga. Every .
received In '
J 'Phone. us your w.an s. a railroad young man desiring better' qualifications' I'
j wreck aiuonth .
or more ago. "Dororthy Dodd" ,Shoes are fullyguaranteed
for life' work, and good 'em M
you take no risk. 'Sold 71 .,
We'll.do the running. Having completed the
'job moving
ployment, should accept, the liberal only byDann., '
I. Syd Coitens's house the contractors
i-
't KISSIMMEE DRUG Co.: Messrs offer! made. The handsomest line of' :
G, W. and Frank!: Base started Spring and ,
--- ---- Mr. N. Miller'and
the store piirchused family, have Summer Dress.Goods ever offered in .

r. A grateful shower fell Wednesday Bandy.Bros,-to recently.rolling Monday and by moved to Klsslmmee Mr, Miller: has torn at KaU's. ,..IL1&j" 7'f."""; ". I +
afternoon. been roadraaster here forsome time t ._ .
wm soon have It anchored- their We are now handling some extra
Ice Cream Freezers ..nd" Lawn lot. i riant. bavlnocharire., .Of the Jackson------ fine Fresh Meats-Beef. Pork.' and mrf
II 8wln"11" at Thompson's.Sme I villa district. Mr. T. J. Logan of Muttonr-at our market. Call up phone. ,"- .S Uff AnfN.- -. ',
Mr. and Mrs. O. A.' Prescott left lakeland now bas supervision over 61 and.give. us a trial order. > .
of our t.rucker..re preparing morning ( peeves & Woods. '
yesterday for Wedowee Ala.
this territory.-Bartow Courier In-
their lands. for fall crop tIs their former home, where they will 'ormant.' . Stove Wood.T"' WHY. FAMOUS. ? .f. ," / ,

Miss Shelton, of Um at 11 la, vi.. spend the remalnde'r of the year.. We will furnish Stove dellv. 1
Itlng Mr.'. A. A. Simpson.lYonipt \ They have many friend among our An order has been Issued by thepost.al ered to any part of town''Wood at' $1.00( per Because,they have stood every test for durability, '.tjl' j

: attention given any Insurance people who will bo pleased to see them authorities In Washington dls Strand. MAYNARD. LUMBER. Co.NOTICE .'' and: comfort that years of service have subjected them .to'andr',

tx- Heal Estate: placed. with J. M. here agsint continuing simmee and the Wbltter mail roqte, to between take effect KIs- have,.!met every requirement thereof to the entire'.satsfatition'of( '
Wilson! Jr.
i week Amory Johnson who Is now a marine Aug. 2nd. "The effect of the order will the Hundreds and the thousands of womeil who daily wear ;them.,, 'J ':
Cattle the !
: shipments during :
engineer in the employ of the Inconvenience They are therefore/'famouS'for the three that
Two carloads-77 head-beef by E. L. prove a great to the qualities must1.be.:
Leslie to Tampa. Co.American andHawaiian Steamship people of the county arid they should combined in''a shoe to entitle {Jt to any consideration$ at'aU; Mawnybrands 7.
running between New York San "
take> steps to have the order rescinded
Pasco Wilson returned Monday Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands If possible. iFOR ., of shoes look well; niany'have |

.! from l'lant..CIt.y. where he had spent. arrived borne on Friday for a ten'daya Dexter Summerllh has started, SWELLSTATIONERY one ofmore, of these points:,of:

several days very pleasantly. visit with hi I. parents. the Klsstmmee ice plant, and 1* now'up D .t excellence well developed? and are really 1

Miss.Lydla Barre, of Jacksonvilleyl Walter Baas,. ST., chairman of the engaged irr 'keeping the KUslmmee good shoes, 'but hone have, the. I '

k-vt tt.lnsr-trlend. here and at present Board of County Commissioners, was, people cool. The plant hall a cayacl- three developed'to, 'that, degree"that. |

IsWe guest of the Muses Dryan. with Mr.. Leslie( on his trip to the Hell' i ty of eight tons, and .1 is equipped with putthem in the 'same''' class',as theQueen '
Special llarjrains for the next 30 Bay section. While chasing a bunchof he most approved' machinery. The a '
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day In Rye and Corn Whiskies 2.25 cattle in the scrub his horse fell cold atroage room will supply a long ,Quality: They: are unapprpachj j

per /gallon. .. ( . ,'.-.A..,.., E." ,'nEARDEN.''' ' . ''., and threw him' .to -the: ground. .with felt .want InKisslmmee., .-Bartow ;. . SEE ed1"' and so fart unopproacbable,: j'

Miss'Arlle Jordan,'of .Plant Cltj'asister great force, but--- fortunately he sus- Courier Informant;, /{ y 1Shi'pping 1. rt c mp t tore'Of'oIrae; \ ; we '!:keep aI I

of :lfrL George'G11 bert: ,;{' of this tamed 1101nur'V.] . .\" >.; L;,, I ". . ' " '.' , : full) upply':'of all styles'.OH'' h. d.:-'.
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:' placels a pleaentiisftor> 'In'Klsslm-' .x Mr. E.'L, Leslie' baa been absent" "for' Is anew depapture pork: to.f St.or Florida Louis,,Mo.but, URi'* LI N E. Their fame. was 4.riot' made' by.jiot'doetit ,'

mee. the past ten days'"rounding up" beef ) to -ttyle. ,'
..!*- what.-that -enterprisingmere apply one or one: price of
Sirs. if. Tiller and daughter, Virginia cattle TI1-tb section known Hell's ,
as chant and stockman W B. )laklnlon.ot them. 'The "Queen QuaUty'/- ,trade'" :
who have been spending the. Bays-and say ho had a time .thoroughly this place.has done this! week. Tea mark on any'shoe a guarantee that' ,

past two monUw'ln Alabama returned. in accord with the name of the nicely dressed pigs were shipped by it is the best. Summer weights land i 1 ;'

home lust night. place. He had no trouble In findingthe nlm to'that point'last night. Makln- JUST EGElY styles) how on' hand., We Invite pur> Ari+r
D '
Aaron Bronson and John Lanler, cattle vnd rounding/ them up,.' but Bon 1* a wide-awake', energetic and ; )lady, friendsjo enquire: for. the'm, \ ,, :'

i two young men of this place teft ,on through a tong series of slip-up and enterprising; citizen who bas done a . I" -", .J '

j Wednesday for Miami, where they ei- mishaps be returned thoroughly tired !good work for-this place and nothing ----' ''. FOR .SALE IN KISSlMMEE:.ONLY BY tit
out and minus the cattle.
sect to get Into business.T. "could 'please-us more than to learn of ,

W.; Ellis has the contract for the Tnrouarh -Mr. Kenner," who stopped ktssuocesaln such enterprises, of which KISSIMMEE

brick work onyhg t3tsnford and Wat' with the Gnrrlty'si In :New Orleans on the above 'is but one of his many., HCfJ .Stanfo.r i ;. 1 .
his return from California, we- learn .
stores and Is pushing the business DRUG CO
iJ' son The Valley Gazette Is the recipient, ...
I 'i as fast as circumstances will admit.'Mrs. t.hatMr.. Jno. Oarrltjwas to leave his week of a neat and attractive ,sign 1 " '- .-....-'- / '...... " '! ,' ;"'i.- '.

and children left New Orleans\ yesterday (Thursday) from the sign wrltjng establishment of
C. n. C4 ion the Originator ot Low In'"KI" 1s 1 1fm6ff
for Philadelphia to consult with Mr. .Prices
: :r' on Wednesday night last for Uender has W. W. Reynolds Atlanta" Gar, a .,.", AxaA
whom been
Jacob rieyl by be employed

/ anr..m. M. CL n-KanA'ihV. will ucm1 boyhood trletut""of the editor. He Is
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r several weeks during i the heated period. to establish-. sugar mill in an'expert In sign painting of any kind -,' .

.,1 : Cuba. Mr. Hey was formerly Interested and hal one of the, ..Iarllest'.es.LabUlb. .. < ,, r..
in the.St Cloud sugar mill, of .' .. ...
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'' meets 'of itskind In .the The '
': (The engine of' train No. 2i, south1 which Mr. Oarrity was for ..everalyeaI'I ,city, ,
;1 bound, yesterday morning broke down the and efficient sign gent us has been admired by .all VVVVVVVV OVVVVV'' OVV O

a few inllef north of Klsslmnaee and popular super who have seed It, and we advise ''all r ":C n

t, t that train was delayed about five intendent. needing anything of the kind, no NOW ;-

,. noun thereby. The grocery stores are now closing matter how large or small It may be, : IS THE: TIME(
at 7 7 o'clock In the evening, and we
to write to' him for designs; estimates
faos. John C. of MarshalIvllle ,
( Bryan understand there is an effort being e tc. .

I qa., and a sister-in-law of N. made to induce the dry goods' stores, The little Misses Rachel May Su- fC3F 8AIB'av TNFFA. I.

. C. Bryan of this place arrived make ere a to dose also. It is to be hoped that ale, Jennie Delia:and Marlon. Leake, .FOR 60 DAYSPH1OES :

few days ago! and we learn will this effort will succeed At this sea came dow from Orlando last week, The home of Mr,. and ,Mrs.. S.; '

(his her future home., son of the year business Is practicallyover having been sent for byth lr:...unclef; -Gilbert"was the scene of a' gatheringofmerry : S ..WILL BH ,REDUCED. ON ,,OUR. BNTflRB' ,LINE i

j. MUs-Annle Shelton of Umatllla, at 7 o'clock and there is no good A, E. Bearden who will\ probably be little folks. on .Thursday. atrnoon ; .

Ind Miss LUle Norton, of Bartow, reason why all stores except drugstores -: appointed their guardian. They are of last week .to celebrat'-the, 4 .
|re two charming guests thathave and soda founts should not be for the present staying with Mrs. Out- ninth birthday of their little 'friend, 4 All persons' indebted to, me ;will, ples.q'eah: and'; pay J? "'.

en entertained bv Mrs. CJ(., A. Car.. closed at that hour. The -clerks 'are I lawf- ' Jorrinne" Gllbertl:, They covered the L their__ _: account,, a.arrie. _. molt. be'*_c:1: .ed\up",.\ fa-

. If n during the past week;" l entitled to some consideration at the i Mallng\ & Agnew.and John Beaman lawn and filled; the house' ''t.helf Innocent .t'.. tfc> H

.osor-wa::: Charm, K. of P. .emm hands of their employers' and If allowed have recent]! "purchased, some fine but ntirtbiul.awuaement. ,' and .. t J : t

=j;: h on one side mortar and pestle to got off early" after these long' blooded hogs for breeding purposes. or'an"fiqur orHwor 'Aver' '''masters' of .8 J. .. 'f WW, A T' :S ON "

r ther 1J.was lost on streets Saturday' hot day they; will be In'better condition The first named bought/ a pair ot peditreed *. verythlng In sight. .Ice, cream, and :
(J AF ight. Finder will be rewarded by rerntnjf to render good service-onthe following the boar i.onl.9 is cake.were' served ,the little revelersvand 0VVVVV.
f' ,;. to this office pr Klsslmmee days.MAR1UED.On. Berkshires: : ; which to that they enjoyed the . 4v iv\oV V a 4
'. <10. months old, tipping the beamat fay occasion OVVVVV fVV ,
l.Jtll re' (ts a"tnovementi on toot ftmonsrprchants Sunday morning'Ju over 400 pounds. -The,. also bought would but mildly express 1C Miss i I p . .... r "

\ the .of the city tq close. leLr ly the 10th, at the home of the bride, a fine Poland China sow.- Mr. Bens Corrlnna,was the, 'recipient of many

i ltoi 'e ,ry' 'l'burlday"atternoon..' near Peghon,Mrs. Mary Belle Barber man'fi-eta-a tape Victoria, 7 7 months preUy.and, useful and ornamental ,'presient.s. ;" J"t'" t"t'1tttJ"t1i1t'Jij'tttj"t'ttJ't"ttiJ'tt't1"'t'"J" ' ' ' ' ';" } ;**
and Mr. Oabe Harrison v White ,,. ezpresslona" good will, ? '
Thi I everybody a welcome old, weighing 200 .or;:more.. They are !
uld '
give ='
'' from NORTH KI88IMMBR, PHONIf .N.'B': :::::
those in
each of. whom'
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In the bonds of present, '
holy mat
Were united ; all fine stock, and "
.,' holl, during the bob ",ea.t.her.-or-- very "were purchased = '. ,
( rbno The was performed to taking l leave expressed the,: hope,that 3',1
j land y. ceremony at prices ranging: from $30
:: ord.. ; C W. GRIFFIN ; .
TherVras. no'preachli at the Methodist by Judge 3. W. Harwell his usual t50 each. We are always. 'pleased to she might live I and bethe' chief 'actor ;\' m..
manner .wltnessedby [n many similar occasions. The'Jltt.1eones
account felicitous and was seo! the Introduction 'of such' blood .' f
c* h last Sunday on about fifty persons relatives and among stock it'will present,, were' Eunice Anderson, '
: our for .certainlywork
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'j of the atpnce o(the pastor Revj ; friend of the bride and groom., .After : tothe' Improvement. of their Aicllle Huirbey, Susie;' Hnghey Willie i fant"f : : '''

is F. .Bell 0 \went 'to' Basslnger- the ceremony a sumptuous 'dinner wasserved'the'menu kind, and that' Is' ''what the' country SVestAthene'' Speir, Mary": Carson, ll1i1v:6roceti es :" ..A:'
Pre- '
bold Qutlerly MCUog: for the Annie Ruth : Mattie Belle I
Including that fa need -linp'roved stock'of all. kinds.. ,, Holloway,' _w .L.\ ... y 'j"
' Bldl ff Et.? f 4" moue dish.,'wlthqtV lch-a' fining{ .I-' ,. t'' Woodall Eva Woodall', Alma Griffin -

Mr. A. : 'ICenne?' 'returned 'on Important 'occasion' 10...Osceola 'Card' ,of Thanks Lawrence GrlfHn. Will Ma.on"l't1 F.&E'SE3: :. 'ME.A.-TS: 3'( J J:1
Wedneeda"lm his trip-ter-0elftor\ any. incomplete"phiokenpurileu Tp all wee kindly aided me 10.av- ter, '., ' John Cary. and "

couptyWuU: \ be log house-hold goods duringthe Pound. Alice Overstreet, Mattie, Belle -: d. ::3. ,
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..,nla and sa a,bad a spleodidtlme.l jftsr) H ..s. all the other.delicacies burning of my residence and to,' those nanll,' Helen Overstreet.-Minnie .Lee : 11. . If! ,
He!.left Mr'Cal. :Kenner In' San remain Dleap, of the season.The' Valle 'Gaette who have aided' me so substantially Hogan Ella May Gilbert, Grace .C= "Delivery every day, at.supry .Hoiirj piitronage aoliciteds* '

, "' two where j Uontt will probably. Kenner extend its. heartiest .congratuUitlond. since' I extend "my heartfelt Chaadle..;. Maud, Gllberf Angle.. Mtk-I! ; :
or :thrstatet *. Mr. '
that h p ealtb !is lmproylngr .. hanks. Mrs. E;M. .Short. insoa'Virginia. tfahln! n.. ,ltliualt I ii1au'tt1tlllti1U I U1UI1ltULUltlt111UtUtUtULUiULU i .;
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->-\1ien-' the jurymen returteil the tn.tfOMlIlI1I' OYSTER SMELL "CULM MEA P." '
BE 'rAN
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pnrt"" f'the'' ,. itrttcwdinRn' 1.e. I.Gnat ...Jall yH. tint. i-iillcd was" tile '
) Tim first wflncdK. .ral r.w_... .
boy, Cuarlc'. \\>, )lott, wh1 Cad foand1Ji know
*iHam&&iifflffii 3// f body, HlHrlJi'ii7-p did not take The average cltUeq may cultivated not
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nmutyt-tninpiea' < nn.l onnntcd! merely that oysters are planted
n f
oiHl harvested like, tiiiy other croii. Sala Food
of the iurnriuntiiiii Im had given nt the Livery '
.. In this! Industry!
Hell I in' IIi I .i I'Vfiilnji hr 'OI.... lf I10 !had ttcroonvho eugugea paut >r.TbuiiHaiids ,
"iH-ii (liel h0l1 h'll'Iy', the roadside, being known us ou oyster
under
bad'cullol to tb; luau, had 1 touchnl : iof aero of o"h'rll; arc HoiuK,
cultivation In llitmi'iton Stable.Stable.
him; and boiiiK *un l"li' to detect I ,
1 f which. during the" 1181"'ell.lIlI"lIon./ ;
eilllllllll1111It tiiov literally- alive with the reaping/ .
Is often
-. IIl l I o ?n/Mnu flab M'ttli' nil spend' | l to /give Information *
lea rhLFl of his. dlHcqverj 111l1rlllo'(8 of tho'oysternwil.

ore.nce War'deri "' Th ''swAml', wlinex" was the deter AVheu tha ;oyster are front ono avid in Town.
; iiMfcillytarge I Turnouts
lle'ndnthtlcd the i half tp two yeniold they nre ,Finest
five, llignniiiijr. oven!
'Author of-"The Mouse on JUc Marsh," hat '
\! tCoiirrirlK.. aM', lor Mft Bouuw'r Son** part of them are'wold nt tile age and
ami that ho wns staying; lit
fluent

1. '" fc g1IAI'TEiI1I- Co 1UoueiL out"Come of the now dogcart! hs and pcrstatedi speaking ledntQJ'In( w first fti-onn to on i'crto'i! MiHiiU'Hfi.;the body It after had Wallett'been H" IIftr'l'.wl.lleb1m"the rcst.tn..year.bnlanoHtt-the-third, before"the 'or bring'..fourth U'Hllowod planted year.. A Il nt I for Stan ard.l'' Oil COffiUanJ.1 .

But didn't you bear w lot the1OP10r confidential tenet If MTt L Decvet grill dlwvov'pr.v of It,' tind.hu! liii '' n reM
,,' .bald?'' Didn't ypu wait to hear: n;" I) -i- know as lean ,kl'<5p (tt, 1'ro kept fto- to Identify>", the .doconxcil us Jem I agalu;; selection care of bottom*, for oyster .
,listed NelL sI ,(' ret. enough/ before, haven't IV l 8llckcltlm. tlnhrrinnti. '|'Im uinn was t hl till would
.! "Waltwl JaJheijr.It. but I didn't sueceed But to 'his scent Indignation. lio.xn.\v quilt( ,.ll'nI1 when Infod'nd him but tlu-.'". (plautingl, }It the planter. be. tljinnclally.BUccrRoful. :- .. '

/* Bald, the colonel, 'J 11i I nn-uI/. :ended on some: of tbe faos of the men nl 1)0.1)1111 Mill quite warm. KISs dI1YlEE '
tong .wJrk what he took for.a pitying: nilc) ,' "'.'\t xvliiit tI'a... It that you ttrat The: (argent packer: (in Hampton opens
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HOt)0biiRliels of 01.. .,
Yro'in.lOQ.OOO-to 2< )
Tho fact was that lie'nne<< a number tie lost histemper.., Maw the hotly: ?" asked the'COI'unl'a', t house the .
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of other .nobodies who on one accountor "Now' then, out with It!?' "Itld'bl',, In ""1 Jieiuil It'1-lilnie thu half-imvt eight ters In a year. 'lu this IM the '

other considered thoujselyei persons a sullen tone.- by '1'11.' :-Mni-lln'x
of great Importance In. the uelKhlwri ''The pollccmuir to.wllom'bci.bld. drill was -nlmut luilfwny! between ..Slrctanliil. ,I.I shells on an Inclined plane from carried whll-h EIVEttBOU"T::

hood,'bad been cruelly snubbed by the spokeu repreusaldhoamUo7nmirace hlK own, . ud.tlu) ) ulnciwlirrn: Wr. illofovered ,"Ibey lonit'byHcrnperi slide'Wiito a trough: 'nud('(l.are to an'entl- ; J

two, medical men ,who bad made an and answered seriously enough: the"Wfln'tlierp.hotly:' .'shell. conveyor;* STEAMER ROSEADA :,.
examination of the body when It bad "We'renot at liberty ,to. srfy 'any finytlilnn about the position loss chain called a STKAMKR LiLLiE ,
moro at present. But you'll know nit . .which takes them tf hout fuVTUor labor Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain' Clay Johnson Jr. .!
been brought into the town. For, > In which the body lay anythingY'liw. 'i "'r
after making their examlpntlon. tbey much' a.'(. we do very, soon. -thin afternoon .. iii. fact to; enable! you to form nn | 'to .the hell pile In the 'lIrd.' ineaur When a I Regular weekly\ trips to Ba'stinger and return. Roseada leaves Kls4mmee | .' .

had both-panned out of the building most likely." '. opinion nn to tlm mure of .lelltIl1" I cbucker has, filled his gallon thI Tuesday morning, and arrive KUrlmmco Friday evening.

and through toe throne which awaited "Uncle George.'' vi'c"hhnll,,,I loco "tliv ? "\olhlult, whatever; ail:" .,nriswrrdHemulnir. j be rarrleii It to the strainer, vliore moasureil.; \ I Special Charter Trip. to Lake Okeerhobee anfi Fort Myers- fen UKrUlIle.;, .,

,them as quickly as possible, and bad train," said Nell; In a quavering yokv. who gave bin. evidence! In I j i oysters: ant IItTIIlot'l'a'DoI\ Into large casks; i Comfortable accommodation for passengers.- Rate reasonable. ,
;
ti both declined at that -stage to give a Then the, policeman glanced. from the t'Iear. \.Iro 111101 .,';l1Ill<1l'lIt manner I' They are then emptied water by moans-of' j The most plctnrpgquo Waterway In .Florida. '.
kepi of fresh f
full
definite opinion as to the cause' of George .Claristo the1 trunk behind; of the" old ;jiolU-cinnn( who feel bat I shell or grit I* xvajtunl d'.01" Passenger and Krclcht Rat 1.'. apply-to -1 i
death.. So aU the little-great men felt and. .as the dog-cart trove off '11whl.pered (,' HIP court IK his own theatre, where lie lOUt.1"rom| which any loose those casks'Ike y"Wrsare! CLAY JOHNSQN.. SR.. Proprietor.
Insulted and departed to their some words .to thin man IN bound to and deserves I "
liNirliff
ft Fla
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;crossly On board "Lillie. Klsslrpmec, '
when !
and .. _
respective homes at a white boil, pf nearest to' him; which sent..hliu..run It. dipped| Into a second strainer ,.......

,Indignation."For nine ata good pace lu the direction cor, "'"'1111..01(> liody 1 lying face downward I I sefiaratcsd from the water are ajtalnmeasured . -- -.- - ; --- - .--- 1 1i
t '. and packed.The ; .
all I'knoTO, they 'may bring It Stroau. III ftiu-li n portion that the man may to
In''Murder- against this fellow King" Uivcle"nnd niece had scarce!) ;:or on have betas loo.drunk to rise. and Ijavelieen (bells are MId for from ono

tr aid the colonel Irritably, not With :tony the platform of t'he little station when 1I1I1I'0Mltpo1( In the grass and lunI' lbli'et'cDtsabaabel! ., 'planter and are.iwcd for the exteiwlvely i EVERQ MA/N/ ..HIS.OWN1)0eTO"R.I ; .=

I feeling of animosity against the person the local police superintendent! daubed. "Ifo Was lying face downward ns> I J I hy oyster' They are By J. Hamilton Ayera.M..- 13. J.
In question but In, order to get Jk-rough the doorway after them. have sqld. sir. But lla. mouth was not propacation of scalers., .... "
Nell to sympathize .with his own grler- "Ah, Mr. Claris, I'tn Just In 1lim 1 c'I""il l4 the ground. I don't think It I placed IB small pile en tmTjnd. where found time a.. 8OO'P&I. Illustrated Book, containing *al.,Information pen ,y''t'

sere. .. see" he sang out -cheerily, ns Jho posslbUy that he could barn been ftuffocatell. Kultsl.le .for the purist' Itself taioing to diseases of time human system, showing; bow to treat and
"" But the eRect'of his word upon ,the touched his hat tolllely to Nt-lL' : ""::0101: HI clothed were inite loose :I.pt girl| was electricaL"Murder up-to 'London for a holiday?' about bin neck also..' i -- the bflln., They are ala used the ooarUbip and m rri cresting sod management of children, besides >

Against< C7lffordl" cried "Not me. Can't' afford holidays "Then you formed no opinion as 1o rnaklnjr-bcl1;; lime and far building"" clnepait -valuable prescriptions, recipes, etc, with a complement of
she, aprfnglng to the door and gaspingfor piled Chris, rather eurlllr. "I'm *<'''-' the nuu tit tleith?" i i"Woll. excellent shell<< roads foan3 ln facts in materia medics that everyone should know. -

breath "Ohuyou don'f. mean that lug. my-niece off that's nil."" ..lr..1 had heard Komethjiis) : of tbe Virginia peuasnlal'hit1'delpbia This most iadispvnsable adjunct every well-regulated household tell bt .. t

.Jol1Jan'.t1"! .-. 'Well, I'm sorry to have to '''sto]> the mind It inn
She Jnio-ja-Tlolent, tit '''of-weep- lady's trip, but we shall wnnttbrr aha I should Sot otlierwine have done.VUIi I ....dr..., '
lug, '",hlch made, the colonel rather witness at the Inquest that's to IIP \ I your permlKsion, *lr. 1 world A M4>waIli *rt. lfafoinli'
ashamed of himself tie tried to calm held this afternoon. Very sorry MKH.) '' rather not any at the piv pjt IItftro. I One of the Joys of city life owes riteu, liaexlutence ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE :rTrr-srAaa.

ben assuring her that nobody but the he went on to Nell. "but It's only pitting what that rolaC'lulllolI11.... It wainformed to an Industry that has :1
doctors who were pompous'asses off tbe pleasure for a few\lnys". froui nothing, I saw about the almost to the dignity of en art withna .
without an Idea bow to treat men of But Nell looked 1111 much overwhelmed IKXI.V." I the ropoRnlllou usually a cc ]joy |I" that of wimlonf&iilnf.. and
ter power and position vastly superior .to as If the summons bad been There were whispers! 'lu the f'O\lrt. .
their own, would ever entertain such a death warrant. Sue made 'no answer The people In the crowdlooke, one |I.tlu art la that of window u-v+rat n;

aptonstrone'opinlon._But she could. but i>tood silently tearless but Another and Intimated that there vjvs To look tt the modem abop windows i'* Florida East Coast ray ,
terror. tru'k. In front of the two men .to look at pictures that stiiuxitei csw a -
not find enough comfort In his words: not much.worth knowing that the Tx>n- timepainted
and at last. In spite of his and hip staring at the approaching train with don chap didn't know. 'They nil felt .sense of the beautiful much a

daugbter'H efforts to detain her, 'Site net her lips parted and a wild look ill hereyes. klndlj-) toward lleminlui' for speaking real rIII 1,1t"or I dlslnttretted c-anva do.wbciva Of coarm the' LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. InEffectPrii II 1903. .
off to walkto'the'Blne: Lion that she out $o that flier could hear him. an 0 ,_
tnlght at least have-the assurance she Her uncle roused-her.with 'a' rough: neconipllshineut in which.the 11011'1)1"0.f'sslonal object of the window Iort'aqat art I. to lieboWcm arwjxcovetonsuens SOVTM SOU HOTHEAD f'CW. NOITH.OUND-IllEAD UP..

longed for' .that nobody there shared .shake of the arm.- I witness to so lamentably de- lu the -_. -- -
tile''colonel' rashly expressed opinion. "'Vbat'.' come to the girl 'Don't I flelent. : Rut iu a measure': this art defeat* Na.t, N.nj:: STATION,. "'... L t "...78DaI.

'' "Mind. Nell you are'to come backs look like that!" said be lu her ear Tills was the gilt i of Itoiiiiniiig's evidence its own purlow. for many who zv: ..,. Daly. I I Dally; Det17.

here to sleep," commanded Miss. Bostal -. "l'olka'11'thlnk'tlmt you had haud'ht! the few. further quontionn. come to love art for thclr-detire art's sake for and possession are- -. .() Ly.'. ,..:.. .. ...JM-lr.fIOn..II.... . ... ..... ..Ar 116. f.O '
who objected to the girl's remainIng It ;yourself If you go into court with witch be wan naked 'l'rodn'lolI'll1lm.. able to eliminate I.n.{ ., 't" '. :. . ...... .buJsekaonv111s.Li: ,.01. n...
'the that"face!" from their 'admiration. The : lap N ....,.. ... .... .a6 AUanine... .. .... .. . . 001. 1M
In hlchlrundealrable
of her Rindto
N vicinity portant nuswrr .EJlC'h witness' . . .. . . . 1.1"
} window of the ..'!'4 reri-aiej bal 11 . .11. Ines.. .,... . . 116. :'z
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ahoy
To his surprise and chagrin she took a-trfvlal "
lorer. put up with qiu-Ktlou or two J 11 KI'tus': _COBS I : :!! ..
,,.Bnt Nell would give no promise, She him at his word. _. __ from the members of the Jury, who nil nn lur-ongnioiis group of crudely arranged .u 16iriwj.Ar . . -.letla.. .. . . Tr .i0a d op Map
'Will they that, uncle-- Will { nrU'les. and the woman w|>obeheld 1 . .. ... 1'.Istke ? . At 6t1sf J ccnZ
*raa dceply anxtons.. not only to bear say they wished 'to make the evidence' givenIwnr c. .I"'J .:
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there the dri-f fabric! that r . . . ,b54 1lU..s.. Li ? .Q- _
jsow Clifford was and 'Wbat"people'JboUglat dare -to My that sue asked with more weight, than tbc giver Intended. hail sp .c .n.Ly. . .. .."bsuM' ''tr" . .. .. .Ar 81111 'I iiCW
of'Jem StlckeU's' death' but. such breathless earnestness that "iio- I seemed bent .suited to' bar beauty : :;: f 'Yifi 1J-1fp Lr.--.:': ..nia; :: --:-:-:-:-.-."':'Li i i in... m'a:: ffS : 1
I ; suinmlug a >>c'- : ..... . . . .. . ..
stepped back with frown bus to exert tier fimcv In nil; 1 i. .i. hu.ttehi... . .106a ,,
a honest
&!eO, to'J.noW,110W. soon she would be on Tin third, witheRSi' called was Lucas d in the coveted 1 cc 1' . ,... ... ..'........ .I1UI..."".. .. ... .. . . . . ". $tl'4", .. I Izo. t
I 'able to speak to Clifford, whose ad. red face. "* Mann, ,.in whoso house the deceased tore of herself rray ell: '" 110 1t. .. .. . . .. ... .....Orm.n.I.. ....... . . . . St a 1"10 .
the urchant stipples! ..... ...... ....... ; 6I1 '
Blesnir TBIrir goods slut UIITV { t.p n. :0" ''
vice had become than Tcif-glve mequlle bad been at the time of C : .j
moro necessary,, man a lodger Is able tc"bold' -. 1/Ip IIP .. ... ............. <.t. ...
anti
c', ver. a turn with -your whisperings and yourscared.face..said his 'd(>at4. ._ ? both falirlc and fancy I-T ./6J OJ I' ..... ...,. ...,..JO.z; .. = 15Vo"oZ -1i
_ a m Irro.:, un toflmlaitei'nature ... I' /lp....,: .Iayhtia..5) Jt. 1181
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he Stlckeln"- I'
Refusing therefore; a. rather per- testily'Conictilong Mann deH>ix> -...wctory offer on the cOIOOt>I'B part. to back home;\ and for/'JJOOJHOBH' brourbt', home!by; two '1 l'0! 'lIt(a lime t; amid 'Ito.h. to ,:woman the l(=lt Of o c V U ai I uP",'<,' 111. . 11 Up pZ0'r"

/t esoaeon ber along the 10Delr r 'al!. ,.be sake don't let them think as you want;*, whieh'heflaedaa'betweeu; ;\ ] n s\[iitart-sf Jug Iscrxelf'nw! ofhersyi-p[ l II" 04..j\ QI'0 160 1131'. Da... j .. R IL.uuUlle."tLAt. ., ...'' ';.: 11161 u.. t 1.011.D p : a 0tm I'r'rt (
V brlltow II:
.'$, Malta her friends good-byand! started rd to get awiyThe Lord only,knows and;hnlf-pastr.Ix.t StlckelM}whuwae enot" g.hllrnht, Ilal 'E'n /!\ C.IIIIJU esp' .. .M.lb".rne 'i 'ICI< m 1 N A 1\_
'"'. what -at these ''' ', Iho',nditvTartis trhlu"I his ahlllty'' 1111I& .' JI' "IIe.1) 101. 1:1-1: > ....;'';,
I. 'on her -way.JIQ. the Blua' Lion people say times youdon't lu n 'dalf-dszcd eondltloii"wbenvhe: an'd'lo 1 00. f ut. ....... ........ .. .btla" rer.-, .... .. ......, 0111. : "
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.! But got little reward tor herpains. keep yourwltKabout .you.. and arrlvod.cnmc.to himself entirely withIn -. _to'hold the abstracted gaze I: O! 111. tip ,.. .......d..; ..'. ..i.ref} .:... ...:. . ... lOp 11 to. 1gtn0
1 .r.unwer questions lllo reasonable vert theenrt ltitkn uihlil.l i"really! n'IFof III .. 1.. .. .. . . .. ......,,1'1101..1.. ... .. . . . 1"l..UiI -
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The a. few minute and told him ... O.4'
;. house was abut; up whenabe a a story OJd 1., I 111. .. ... ... . ........Ed..u.. ... .. 111 ,. 1o0a
t t) reached It; and >*e*; who let bee<< creature." ns to bo\' Ju- came to be ,atunuecl.Stlckel the forces (hot make for tbe better.went TWO: .. fe9a Ilr ... . . ... ......J........ .. .. . . . . I S p 10.s aiz'tWm "
1 of the world Cblcago Tribune. f a5 tic ...... aUsri. .... . i Of h J1COS X "
Nell said -
nothing. But the Tnnkei'pcr's < '
..In.started at tbe sight ct her and : bad then seemed quite well :110
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.burrlipd; her up to her room with scant heart sank within him a. he drove bad had a cup of.. tea' by the lire nnd .. i t : :0p .. . . ..' Wen Jupisa. , .. . . IUI. t00si 0.11 ,
her home Klm'of Philadelphia. 1 e M. I .... .....W.uP..lm Drsor: . . . I I\.Z.
aud 4imp
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information. ..Of course'tbe'servant) perceived little once bad expressed bin. Intention of-walklng III W I 6Ss .. . ... ....b'ynton." . .. .". . . I. I Sues c.4'tai .
had beard ot the finding of Jem Stick light-hearted and merry niece to Stroan thllt'nlrht./ ThE'U'tbE'I'e bad t Rome Idea of the great Kl'.e of Phllnilojphin : : 1(6. ia ... . .. ....:... Dalrsy. .. ... ... II fUt. a fOs A
fi t ... /IL. ... ... .... Fi. . .. . . 1
15p.. L udo dale. au.
i ets's body; but she either would not or, was 'trembliifg like a .leaf the wholeway. been a knock at the a conld ''Dot 'offer any opinions.' either bad/ open( It. nnd after n, eonl lii -drparluient reports| just 1 CI I 10. .. .. .. .... ... ..... .1..", ,," eUr: . .. .. . . ., .,J II Tr/ s z f
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.per own or anybody else's; as to the I l"'Iatlon71111 {two ladles who bad piiat !d. There are !In. the city 1H7.71 1eu. lop. tllaml' -t. 7 IAsSCIIRDITLES ,, ,

manner In which' It-came About; and CnAPTEIl XIV. ',rf\n i\! b" ace hint be had ;gone out l hI tulles" of paved street- hl'"hlc"I12.. Of B3ftNCR LINE3.DA111O8D ,

s ,Nell,: fearing to rouse suspicion, was T e -'nquest was held In the little the hark door ttbruplly.) Time next' tiling miles of iinpnvcd roads In the suburbs ._ _= :- 7 = ._ __ '

.fain to go to bed unsatisfied. Only town-hall in the market-place, and the Mann bad heard'of'' hint was that J.e. All but a still .percentage of? these BHANCII. I Or.A-NOQ, ; CITY SllANOH. I

d,. :;)1' oDe'pleceGf.comfortaagIVco, her: I ugly whispers which were ntlont concerning :! bad been found dead on tbe rond. streets bave l1)otlrrl11I11)n"I" pave TJaTllPally RTATt9ar.T-'' J ,!, ; : '- ,:,jdo"3 -- :-- _.__.. :' Na.4. ,c\..\ '
r r Mr King, who bad a professional Jew StlckelaNi death brought The Lest two witnesses were the uents, of asphalt, granite Mock otbrck. -j .UTI9C. -1.1J1r..2; I Imllyl lullr IIl&Tloc.! : atoll Dail .

".' aurse. In attendance on him was get- together such a gathering that the men: who bad 1)lekelJelll Shekels up j I | The paved surface would nlnk@a S rsrtrMa ,.or.. ......,.,........Ttu..l. .Mima.L...............,....Ar Arl 1 I 07{9 1.1 J.LT J.l t 23 p 10 lOa LY..M'.l&m..rn..Ar l'Q \ iotMa :.!
.:', : .tine on' as' well as t l.ycotlill hoPe. 'meagre accommodation provided by from the ground at, the back of be i -ontlnnoiiM driveway thirty feet wide UaSOa ....... ... Oaiann.. ....... ..Aril M a HS 14 a' 1 U tt .'''I.T. Ltk.lte .n .Ar! 6 {P' OOlp/
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t w. .Kntarprlaa Aril, BO SI 11 MalLT Otamro Clt,.ArII 41
Jtf pn"tl the old building was taxed to ut i I' up
following"morning, .GeorgeMarie \\11/ Blue. Lion a 'ter Tile tncountor with from here to the MI"sI8t11ppl. : ... Banfnrit ''' .1.. 11 00 aJl.! JOi_ ..0a1v.UeClfyJe..Lvli/,
I 'who'| looked worried and most. Clifford. These both .dc-poved tllat.th There are beneath thue.Irel't.. 031; M." ArTiiTfT No.IT : - -- -- !.. .. j .

"''anxious, 'told bis- niece,' as Boon asbreakfast Itwas evident from the outset that man/ was unconscious. when tjcy miles of sewers. They would ror", a a..n"oJ' /", day fie. 1Dally.>. Dill, MA.YPOBT BHAXOEC. i I !No.! : 11T Itun.Only..1. Na. 22 ,t
t her this was no ordinary care of a drunk the on. !IT. ohl. .x Sun Ddl y. .
was over to pack trunk picked him up, that ho began to 4"> continuous water course-as long as 1)5117.IOQp

*.tor.her',Journey to trfwdon. Nell did en man .found dead la a ditch, with cover almost inyiiedlately 1 and .that Ohio niver. j 10 01 a I..., .. . ..Jaekaonvllle..r.Ar.) .. . . 4

not dare to make any protest, nor even nothing.about him to tell how he cants they (lId' ot have to carry him lo i:be The strects.wilh 318 city bridged: arc ." 40 P 10 1031a.* a 101" 90ec1v..PsbtoBsaeh..Lw.SU.L..80.J.olI.nvlll..I.. ............... 'f,. ITa taT iltlp llofla or
!" ", to ..It-'aD)' queBUona'ot,. her uncle. by bis, death From the \"erfirst cotuige where bo lodged but only to ]" lighted by .0423 electric arc; lights and* 5251: ]Ma f tip II 14 LT......Atlnntto ne.oh.Lv ....., . 0a 1141. 1 41 p I
\.Wbe* mood Wall clearly one to be re moment when the doors were oi.\!ned, support him.a little, ns lie ompl3hie: I :.13,400 gas and gasoline lampR.. One I 11 06 a S.r A.r...... ..)(.J'pora. :.-.. !,,.L\ ......._ 1IIi. 11_SO a :o p

s. 'spected.Bha bad to content herself and the'croTVd rushed In and filled In a of feeling "a bit glddy-llke.: Tbt.. !'thousand four hundred and nineteen n.*.Time Tablra Show the tlm.* at Tjrhlvh trains maf. ba.rxwMxl to arrive and daparl
'\'WH1)Iei'. 'report. obtained from tbe moment the space allotted to' the 'public said that he .seemed to be quite hlms: : and six-tenth miles of water pipe convey nor from.oeh.lb. ....*,.. ..1&&lon.but hold 1U ibsircrrtvsior.tepsrutraesii..1' l .oon.qu.ae.t'.tag...*.d, .
Company for
'.....,.t)1at) Clifford' bad passed a good there were murmurs: and whispers before they left him at the cottage.! water' to 242.60O: / premises.! fitly lx>.: rcapcmalbla any delar or t any &hart. *,*]

't, nljrht., f ." flying front' mouth.to moutth. Indicative There was 'n tniitK of xcltc-ictur: : .. 11,73 premises are: not suppled vitli !I '

z' \; :Before, tea o'clock ,Nell and he'r-nn- of the general belief that /some court When Miss BoKtnl was. ('Rlle'-'. city water. ; KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

r 'cto.wero' driving toward Stroan In theo peion"or; persons of a higher social With the feminine wltiivMes began the. There are more than SOt miles\ of AND
ldo i rt.I'Wlth her trunk beiiinu them. position' than tbe dead fisherman, and 'real Interest of the cnsts Enough li..d conduits fbr electric wires representing .PtNSULAR OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

.;,They. bad not tone '.tar'when they ; more generally Interesting than be leaked out by this time for every RO'"- I I more that flout miles of ducts, andj III Effect-ArIlIG-.-, 1903.. ,, "
noticed that something unusual was I would 'be Implicated In the course of .tp In Stroan to. be aware that the then are still 18,180 mile\ of ('ll'drll'I, '---SOUTH B3UND.: .-

.going 'on along the road. A party' of tbe proceedings.., Tbe _''questions quarrel t\7een the gentleman, Cllf- J I wires' in the' air, sustained on 01,981' ,. lItaml.oD..TI..p., ....... .. .. ...... ..... sofa, 1.H..n.Il.r.. NORTH., Dl ,BOUN3.. ..... ..... ...... I) rom
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Boil .. ..
Arltar Waal ,Thur .
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"Where 1u1j Frl
Iwbom' > '' the \ |I' ,
men. were two three1 lady- "I It. I
among or ,, young ford King nud thu fisherman: JeiuStirkeU. LT Sip
poles' Key we.t .. 19 .
aua.LTbua..I. 11LY K y Wont Tura Bat ::::::::::::' ::: It..1
;'of:.tho' 8troan police were busily engaged "Won't tbeceotlemaD'bot>U enough bad been ou Xcll Clark ao.jcount I t.' There are 43.: miles of street railway -ArHaTai.. M .. t... 'f"pJ.ll.ma) T"I. 0p a
In xaralnlns; \ the road Itself and to come?" were often butnever'satls. ; and everybody)' knew, aluo;ilmt tract! ,'enough to rea'b -rroll1 the DrIll- I Tar ..
of
.;, :tbe ditch on 'either' 'sfd.. Nell with taetorIl1.aol'eredoj' The witnesses In Miss Bostal had espoused tbe cnnnv.'otJem :' I I ware to Lake Erie-Philadelphia I..oili I i copy Local Tlm Card or other laforoiat'on "4ctr... any Agent.m \
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t*>* .Ternthlne quickness of perception the case were in the magistrate' room, gtlckels and so had brought herself le1' .

e"<: MT i'guessed.that'thin Ilelll'CbT.a In someway so rumor so.ld.;f nd were to'be< broughtout prominently; forward, into the rn' I I

.connected with'' the, dl Tt"ry"ot one by one as they were wanted. mnutlc; story Although Jenf .8t1c-l.: l. A. JCyerJ'.Oay Type. il!I

Jem Stlckels': body on tao previous .That part of the court usually ,occupied Bind not borne the !)tstof charnctri Let UII name him Coppaxlnc, becnuscj'ho ;''

.1(:*veulng 'but her uncle, bt-log' lees by the ofljclals alone held on-thin It was natural: that after ..is!. sndde'i Is all brass.. 118' has been striking) .
acute palled up his horse, and made occasion a good many curious ones timid mysterious death there should b1 you furirnalt! Minis.- ones twos fives -

.Inquiries.- drawn thither by the open 'secret! of n strong revulsion> of popular fi-'lldf I and on occasional ten., until in your I .. !! .IeISOIMoi.-

i''laUo. what .upr"''*id be, ndJ.i the'romantic interest attached to 'the In his favor.. I I'debt'.ftt'or $OO. This of course, bo i\\ ,
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-.i dressing'tbe nearest pollcenlan,. case; '',A few portly wives of local ."I'oor cimpr'! .WeJ' ; 'to on nil- never Intends to pay. Believing tlnit

;' U ."Ob, nothing In' particular: replied tradesmen, sandwiched lu among the other. '')t was clear be wns urcfi'l be has about reached your limit of| i'We "

r toe. 'man. with a glance at Nell.Nothing ., members of ,the sterner sex, lent their fond of the girl, nnd, to bj cure, eves: J patience, be leaves you for other viej j | Do Job. Printing j 7"

.- ..' woald Interest you" presence to tbe'' acene. There the must hare given IIl }. ,lIome eucouraje-: t.m.! Six months pass.' You meet 1iluf I

abided., another of the'searchi-M,, and hum and a bnzat frotu. "end to end of mont for him to have nirido bold to f o when down to your lasf cent! 'cli.iiiffe: '

__.r .be, '' too, looked in an odd 'munf'r at tightly-packed 'court, 1\8': the Jurymen for her line gentleman\ lover." You say; "My dear Coppazmc.. please!

*ta.:yonog girl who sat with paleface Died In. and taking'their places ontho To be Continued. I.lend me half: a dollar "Certain!);.'' I Of All Kinds. : "

,,jatA Meat, lip beside George Clan' .. oaken seats, black with, age,' which - .- You Lope;to credit;! It to his ot'ount.I: I ::1 : : | : -
*" )you 'tlyi were already old .when Charles tho but next tlmo ha he -
Well. ,- might give a answer ., F nilll.nl7 Drs. .. Co.Umpl. f the meets you remind -
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I to a civil question f should .think.,. First was,. king Were sworn ouo !by "':There's one, thing I nm ..ureclanuotdeultd. / you of-The loan And asks for

,'aid the; innkeeper; angrily one duly cblrgl'd 1)7,, tbe coroner be ," remarked the Observer of,' the return of the,fifty,,cent*. Yuu.glvc! I 4III

,HU nlecev. more by. gestures' andtoazbg"little I After the lull In the' court caused by Events and Things: ."an I 'that la 'uo It to him with a'queer, feeling: your : ; We Can Please You. f

touches 'of'' his. alee,.* these proceedings, iherjT a loud golfer I.I hero to- his caddie."-Vouk- heart; yet have not the', courage to mention j ,

I.' ::m a' |>y, words, tried .to Induce him to buss of talk when the' Jury' filed out ers .Statesman., j the SSO or $00 be owes you, .towe!; .
drive on., .But. be was obstinate' An again to view the_\.body.. The policemen I. are thousands of Cbppaslncs: ; thus le.lt. ,' ..

/jan' 4W4 inhaWtaat'and-one, moreover litileJUed' to suck, & ii-eu4: of excitement The Chinese never' wear "'O :-Dot fag their Journey through life alTrayi'. .. !. .. .. .ti l.
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d" 4 always .been.03'' food 'term 1n their "-quiet little' town, evenlathe, iuepth of winter, and.: generally ., borrowing never paying' ; trcatlus; |lib .! I
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GOOD' ss very jpeoplo whom we should thoM eMM
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1 / every >way any tendency'to : y .. ... i towa.er--N.; Sadl

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J'r..e < ndenclern! In r# err )etei-al r : wN tar ,De II firlliaeti".;,.,
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I Executive; Attended:the electricity as n|>plled to means of, L111t -
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TIn and-.:Convention.at{ *St.' Ice trnusporllttou'tends to flx"r.I. .to, a' certain dst"' 1 r t V all wild animals trailedr.r'4mcnagerle turned, ''ovee-'aqd) 8Carrttd.-.;but' calmlytfwitttlnff ; .
N centrifugal -
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to' foreo! and show" another attack--
... tllll; .Indicate! tbe ?Importance s offset; isle c-entrlptal: force of .0', purpose!! not .fte I.l 'all 'That, !. tbe teoitfor r one day,, pre'i;:'

wblch the good roads: movement have eaiy tended KiHotly ns the useerofstenm LT 1N hard ,to ecnrner', as tbe ceding'catnip'.:inll a ,.raw1', bunk ot, J.

hits attained. The fact, that the ,cor.. so now to gather men Into masses, tiger Compared} to ";tln' II1t'ftt,. -and ,1yb110 digesting i splinter*,,

Tcutlon 41.nauJmotl.IT.IDdorea'the.. I' electricity applied to trnnsportatloii training of lions find j teph end the"ment :tho'onlmal ponder over'

tional aid Plan also Indicates the trend out ''again., bas tended to "scatter': t.liem FASHIONS ants tbe, straining of ntlger, i.. a* be queer experience he has had ,,with 1.

of sentiment In that direction: tnt, v' / ._Trolley&__ 'Hues- running out wr the breaking in"of a vicious boarhound tho'.frlend of the queernan.That he-'

The President's. "entrance wan tig.nillcd -7 to render ft are doing/ a great coup,,l >ew .York Clty--8blrt'ss,arlats that Incbef wide or two and thr .-quorter-. to the 'ar.t lessons In etlqnett of d doe ponder over the situation ,shown. ;
by. cheers from the assembled try possible( to live In the combine horizontal with vertical tucks yards fifty-two) inches wide chubby Newfoundland puppy.-- liven by''tlle:fact that the next day whoa

'cell'iatl.) Ho wa Introduced \by" Presl.l.; of ,the and yet not lOIN the advantage are among tho novelties'of the,' *.<.isouncd -,-, the most expert; wild animal trainers another. chair! I* placed Inside tilt cage''

dent )Moore of the National Good be" town. The telephone h 'toot to 'arc shown' a variety. oOtyles.TUCRD ; .. A *n>rtty Yrl...... flat balk' at an assignment to "brenk'V; a' no'attackIs made on It. Instead the 'h'

toads "Association: and spoke a* fol- minimized as-an Instrument wHU a .- A white chiffon: hat In the graceful tiger. Not more than one in ten professional puzzled tiger walks around and around

low'nJ : tendency free ;In tbe same direction. Hural shepherdess shape would be .smarttrimmed lion trainer has tM'Der to U. nllflng< at It;dually; and ,th"lll1ea.'

. Mr. Chairman, .La It'II' ;'and Gentle* the delivery Is playing Its part 'along' with straws of 'narrow black: try his bund: at the !great ferocious. down In a corner; 'content If not bhppy'

melt-When we.wlsh; to itse descriptive do same. lines. But no one thing can velvet ribbon ''radiating fan fashion striped cat, at any old Intrusion tbe queer,man- may

; adjectives fit to characterize great a much:to offset the tendency to.Ward' 9"er.the crown;\being caught1 together A."i\\ matter of-fnct. there I. no such wish to Inflict

empires Ana> the men who- mnde.thctaeeAu'irss'grenLlntarlably'one an unhealthy trend from the at'the bnckuuder a.cut steel cre cent.Each thing!: as ,a "tamed-, tiger." K wand It Is only then that+the trainer ilea'r
; ': of the country Into the'city ni the making and little strap should be held aft!* far between there are Imtiinceu where (tires. Inside tb. ,'cage firmed with: the

"adjectives used la to' signify that that keeping of good roads;; front by a tiny cut steel buckle Loops the animals are shown us Drained and' yellow;,, wand and a blacksnake whip iI

empire-built good roads. (Applause. 'They are needed for the sake of their and ends of th*' velvet should fall. owe! broken In,' but the friendship' f the In ILese latter day of progress .!t. JQ.'

When: "we speak of the Romans, wo effects upou, till' Industrial conditions the hair, and graceful,.loose ,.spray of. animal for the tratnw-rvho'-njay: ; hare I tealou woman tiger, trainer, wltlvmore

'n ipeuk "fit tlienv ns-rulerV-a* conquer of the country .districts., ..tU1tl 1 am black violets adds to the prettiness. ,Of befriended<< .it fof"yoar *llnlfB' at the i regard for twentieth century lu$.,

ors( as njujlnlitrntors;' its rood almost tempted say that' they-"nffl s course;there should tie comp Jolt'II and Pad of the man's; blucfcsuake"" whip. urT. .thau the bUtory of.her,profession, '

s buiMcrs.Tlirre. needed even wore for .their effect; rlUbon tucked underneath on -the left From IboJriy the acquaintance I. madeto uee<-what' Is .known-,.... *"!I1onl" "

were empires that rose over- upon the sdMat conditions of \(\he coun side, the dnyman and beast are .,epufltt'C1tbf'r3 gin 1n) teaching the' tiger It lesson -

tight and fell overnight; empire whose try. It winter means to the average '7- -.::..- p Is. n stealthy warfare between The 'gnn"'was'' simply a rubber bait
farmer the existence'of' i "_I.' Pin*' 1"- ;..,.... Miit Oull r.i:;
"HBfluencpwas.: :.absolutely, evanescent, a long line of : them; tbe catJIknIrne., of.tbe ponder supplied ,with a nozzle out .* .which a
"which passed away without leavlng-n/ liquid morasses through which l lie has The necessity for special pins to secure on. brute directed toward the one nlm solution of diluted ammool",....ul<1 ,bo ,

men I of their former existence; but to move Ills goods If bent on business- ,. stoles had separate lace collar o'f killing; the man and \ ot squirted by prerln the.ball.-; pit

...,1 4 wherever the .Roman established his to wade"and swim If bent on illeasure"If and ruches't gowns Is causing many the'inaster over Alert to frustrate that I I. Jke. blacksnak'e whip;:; bo". .,.", tat

Mill-, the traces of that, rule remain ;; winter 'nienos that. If an ordinary pretty sew. !style of brooches spd\ pins plan. upon' ,,"hlel.l,the real tiger ty-afner".*..

deep" to-dayi stamped on t lip language rain COIUI! tbe' rnrwC'r'! '{hi-or- toe, seen: {II' the leading jewelers' pne of the peculiarities ot taming a ponds, rather than a solution of, ammonia .

> 7"III. 1 'U"tOIll8 of the people, and stamped boy. cannot use his or her bicycle, If n' shops.. rbllaOclplila Record tiger: .Is thttt the feat may! be performed to get Into the, eyes and nose i'' ,

In tangible I form upou the soil itself.; little heavy Water means stoppage of I 'Motor Skirt much'better by a man totally,strange j I of tbe splendid animal: Ae... enter
t Parsing through Britain fifteen centMclcj all communication, why.you. have got lL *! to the animal than by the ODe who bas the cage: for the'' first time to fight the,
to expect that there! will be u grentmany.youuA The new pleated motor-Skirts are especially attack which: Is after the dominion
It .
ot Rome helped roar by tbe side.of Its mother..JYbafJbe.realioij
!!! ,
: / people of-both.sexeajrhe smart In all the duat-colorod man parrlrs wlth I him ,.a peculiar
pneaeti'Away .
line | ; tthe"Rornau'uroadsat L !or_this" Is few animal I"
won't find farm clotbn, voiles and coarse alpticae; .
life attractive wnlojrIqtter weapon considering-tbe'nsture. .
a fitattirei still remain doing through men can explain, unless It l la'tbat'the t
It Is for this y, 1 ,a I material Is, of course ideal for expected encounter Wooden chair of
reason among 'mil" -a
i, Italy, where power Crier powerhas. J subject III I BOON apt 'to be Inspired by a d
t rlmm and flowered and vanishedsince others, that I feel the work you are f ,'" tbe porllO.e wholesome fear when It .encountersa the kind first".used-in Introducing the (
doing/ Is. in pre-eminently one for the k ,! '' tiger to the elements.of.civilisation. .
the days Itoni.in when emPt'rorA the. temporal dominion Interest tbe nation rna "a:whol.... I .r'.fl+ I' 4'y' 1 ,Fret' and ".....pl... The man first totally strange 'in Surprised beyond action Ji.T the !I.. I.0,1

y . of cent the Tram Rome to Constantinople transferred*; congratulate ;yon upon tblral.t thnt a. I Ik f :A pretty a'nd simple hat of dark 'iin..traw.l. wild vat'animal step taksn i* to familiarize training It any as truslon.of the 'lDao the tiger' at first t(; ,7-;;
.
'' you are doing< It: In our American life trimmed with a.thin Persian, 'much i scouts listlessly a corner of the cage \. ..
gains; through: Italy qrter 'the Lombard h'blue 'as' possible! with' the fact that
It would lio.l nrd to-overestlrartt; w. gauce, foundation. wltjh.the pattern into ,, life to await what bo think I I. going: to bean .
the.nlwcouer its
i thl' <:<>th. the Byzantine and all the) mean no
; of amount of good that has been n'c..oUl'pllAbPd In deep color tones. There In onlya ''. harm; lucbdf'pe dl the Indi attack., For all of five minutes he, :fizz ;: ,
jM'ojiK'x the 1D111t1le.lgl'lI have ruled upon :
by associations, of Individuals single. feather. used with thls.pmrkorla :\ '. vidual'nature may bebefore'be takes the Initiative.'" ,
that ,i-ountry-It Is the ..Imperishablel I : aroma., of the animal to be
who Iagatllered together: to work the trainer watching sharply aud'esvpeeling
;<>mii: road that: reappears. The habit !. nlaa.... ,. trained la 'deeming upon a proper
of rood. building; marks In n nation for n common object! ,,'lIlto1 wan to be p This tarp stylish May Man ton .one Is Heftllynlce thlngmade smartly and couviirfor: the prlnnrry lesson. If the every moment the ,terrlflc'on-

haws folld stable nualltles which, tell I Ifur "benefit to the comnmulty a whole '. atIa' too both washable fabrics nod hi good"iuaterlals.: are almost barbaric .bruto' Is unusually treacherous-be.Js sla'ught which will mean life or ....th.- "

1 |I" nuanont :grcntnpa. ,And"%aluoiis:: nil the excellent objectsfor ,'I to tbe ninny waist clothe i and Bilks, this year. One handsome dark: blue given'ample chance to work out his Everything In that climax ot the tiger'seducation'

1.'r1'ron, : the Ptnudpolnt>> of hisloiliiM 'blt'hJU"" and women combineto i The original, however I* mad of belt I* set with big blua-tonea nearly plans.against the traIner. who I I. continually depend, upon the trainer'spluck v'
work there -Indeed and swiftness. If he wins' Ibex
to-day few
nnnlogy, we should I hare, a 'II nre | white madras and Is held by four large ns large As robin' eggs on. guard and, sees to It that '
who have better right to commandthe brute. I* conquered once and for :all,
pearl each attack In failure
result
,rljht; to ask that this.people wjitch bus buttons at tbe centre of tbe box i iI : '
tamiil I continent, which ban built energies of those engaged In the i pleat. MIcMM1 Tuck Pl..'........rt. The i early' lessons adminlstered'to a practically If hi ,falls, ft .remalt;... foi\'1

". up n' country with n. continent t :fe r Its movement, and} the hearty sympathy The walt consists of the tucked i iI Pleated skirts of all sort arc much tiger areridiculously on the,hlde-nnd- akslHtnnt outside the cage to' help him

,{, hat '. which boasts' luelf with truth pad mii>rurTof those outside than this j I fronts and plain. back wltb' the fitted In! vogue and ate peculiarly\ well suited J 'seek plan. The tralof'r' .taodll Infrontof hilils figh'twita pitchfork and to get.'iilnx .Y

vUli'! .' mightiest: republic that the world uovCmeut In v-licll! yon. are CItIt't't1. foundation, that..can: be used"or omitted to young i girls. .. Thin. graceful and .' the cage Inviting the Inmate fo .a out of the"clutches, of the mad-. #
t Tii aver seen wbleli-wo firmly -believe its the material requires. The fronts ::1 ..t.111111Io! )' Manton model 'U adapted stealthy: ntnck. Unless. the tiger bean dewed! salami a. best they can.It .

will in thocentury IIOW. I,'..hll; rle I WORDS OF..WISDOM. J nre.Jnld !In narrow vertical tucks shin to all tbe suiting and. uklrtlhg'' materials -] exceptionally quiet subject there Is Is when tha.tiger crouches ready- r'
? extend to shallow yoke depth and. lc" of the season, llnru and cottonas not long to wait.Cunningly cowering for the 'spring which Invariably prev n a
l to n position such .of hendslilp other and leader- All Inru .are :;fcolsjjut; only the wise ,['. wider horizontal ones below, and are well ae-wool, but," a.' shown II' of .In-a'corner the tiger"mnkcs ready for cedes'' his attack that the trainer;" 1., ,

ship ns no nation has Ktop being o. 1 1 I /gathered nt the waist line where they etamlue In wool brown and 1* stitched the attack.. :Nearer!\ 'and' nearer '.he on tbe edge a* to the outcome. Watch, dry ; ,

ever, ;yet JilRtoricnl, attained nnalajty(applasurerntcrelyfrom I 1'rlllh'h l wlthxmrKelvesj.lt takes no '; droop slightly./ Tbe back Is smooth with Fortlp'rill sllk. . Itches and Inches toward the ttraujcer,' lug close'wUhout directly facing the, H.

'city, we,. rise from outward things, vrliotc'cr. you across the shoulders and the fulness. la Tile .kit: Is cut In nine gores and 1Iqld standing: seemingly unaware near the animal the mats stand- The 'next in*', >';
i>li'iiid' have n right to 'atMI
h li demand roads!!! .tl may lielleve.! ,,,; I! drawn down snugly In gather! at the In-!somewhat deep back ward( ,turn. bars of the cnce. Other men zany bare tant ,there 1* a giant yellow.body'f.ahootiug "

jil.u./ "a--eel4ea--build< ) goal! (Ap- The other who sees nil tiro virtuesIn belt The sleeve ,suggest the. .Hun- Ing" pleats. which conceal, all seams.'". fed the big'fellow for years., llis'old through, tho' air.Before U

her own child lit blind ,to those In 1 I'Iralupr.' the, brute'.would not think, of can land Rie man base jumped aside .'' 1';
11I.1 more have tvc.n right: to de thrown hichair full at tbe bead of,
oilier children I J attacking this way. Cut the strnuger'ls -
.Bland! it from the prartlcIji'AndpoIut.Tlii : '{ I tu- wild brut and brings down ,his! '
It . . an'Intruded,.to bo irUck'fromI )0\'
emi'Unrharau is by presence of mind In untriedeniergcnlea .
duh'.r7ird: between Hie -
s< I
blacksnake whip with that.would' ,
a cut
I bebtiid from where most tiger at.
njfn'nnd Hint the native .metal of I' : *" .
of Ibtlthll<<, <.l the 1,
-draw from bide of an'oT.
clrilir./itlon/ which succeeded Jt. -WAS a PI.nn.IM I tested! a ': I,' IM"I come'i; anO: : .-

tin ilITifonce between poof and Rood The thoughts/ w11l'tllrl1 to the future ," .- lesson. tUo 'cuaic' "
!
KJve'thtMJifof' tJUo. to. eat .
f tat Ins of .comtuuutcallon.( .Ajid w('. tvlicn} cue collies to reckon the rapidityof ., A* the great paw' with tbe'"cruel and to consider, a* before; 'i** r
To whom '.')IIre. IH less of an obstacle, :Time's! flight .' claws shoots. out between the .bars: tho I (
4 \ .
wu I .... Not until the day following! when the
ti lli.in ever before,In the'blstory -of, any \Tliero is auy'gnantily; o>{w; "uMn lhel! :: '. .' :. "<' ,'.,'.,", .., ,; stronger:: steps to one sido. Nothing ic T7U has been digested does the. same: -: ,

;> hlldulI, wggwlIinon'p" -W apanned" n .'Oil iiiacOt. land,;' but;,We-.eIlJ r.lt;! ?'JII.Ollt whoa tile ' . 11; happen: KcJ.CTW!: > 1 41Ctg'ibrought; J J ttntlsrtc.*. Tor ,.'woeJi- or'tenmay ,- *!*.
+ i
;; '- *> -* CownQi( tjie. dicadful: paw.The sh-in-
;
nnlvfhordcr'IRtM other- fellow/dig* for It '
courEn 'a J ...." <{.I'' iiI ger Merely: stand had look Eo does .be ciliary'almost: daily' to
: .tivY1n\ :) }lIlpg: et: 'eentuty! ,r 1.l'Wf.I1't'l1j'ftreffwllW.IQU'! ;, to prefer t ? peat the dangerous-experiment:
,'nnt1 n 'giiarter 'untllIthne; gelIP' frO:n rrt = I 1f1.\ the tiger ..Tbe, DeU move depends tip-
use 1)lame"tlint 'Is. ?j'forlthein.jto! | '
: .useful the
:: choir ,and blacUsaake
the .\ll 1Utlc! over the .n..gllllles.donij thepraise lint betray them. " -1' ,'. '" '. ,,". ', ..' ..','., : on tile desire of the brute to work At that .
tie end of tluie the tiger
: ffil"'fli l"i'-ot.-tllo W.llh'slppl.j ( harm. It the claws are withdrawn the.tranrtiOl. A
ij The pleasures'" of dissipation arc like 111m learned au10DA'\0Ib 'things ''twof -d t .",
ucro:8' the /great pll.I".o'.r. the Hook ply prepared to undergo "
gaudy: 'olore-tbe attract for n uio- the first. pfne! *. unless he ,begin'th.rAtack .. ';'
j le to whore the (:Ciolden O.nto lets ifi1LIL11iib- "tt second similar attack. If the .
%
: but afterwards they the : : tbe mAl1."JU hurt ;
tliror.uii. the JOUg; -hearing! waters of the tncnt. oppress paw remains defiantly thrust through not him'and
nessee! J rise In' the'' .e ood.|i do what he :may, tbe t'tire'
1 Purlfe. nmi uuauy lo Aiaxicn apu insArctic : the bars up & alias, yellow wand: ' ,.
Be not disturbed about tlc future, 10' tbe 'baDd intruder I* its superior< la' cunning ano\
regloun! to The Inlnmlii' ; of the ef the"man.. Slowly and .
Orl.iit. tit tropic Isles of tire.w.. .- for It ever you eC.IU<-.to It you will have f\ : with full Intent to show the brute what defense for he"caq cuttlke; a '.knife; + '
reason'for guide which. I Ipreserved .1. ;pad see as no enemy!' of tigers'ifrom ;
who! lake: so llttlj account of mere the$ tame your happening tho .wand Is raised higher t
1"1t'1'.'. muBt 'see tc< It tliat--tht: !' best you at'pl-esent.! ._ -- ',' and higher. Then a swish:and with all tho.b'aek' o.f his head., UndertlfiMrcumstauces .

1.lt'.l:1! 01 aDllityiag1ha j'llntenee.. of Patience and strength are what: we l' I : : the strength of a powerful man's right It Isnecessory! to* ,'b..'

sptar:. are at our''OlUmnl1d vOf need; nn earnest use of what we hate .arm, down omC.8'"" rawhide. across gin. a truce. i%) n .

course. during Mm last centurythr're now; and all the!' time au earnest discontent . .S 4L , the threatening paw* In .(Into the mAD'and the "char. =] : to''

linn been altogctner phenomenal until w: come to what we \ J It the animal shown! fight there Is an enter the den with impnnlty!' tb .

growth in one..kind of road whollyuniii9vn ought! to be. t ci4 I unfair duet betwecu': the paw and the there U; still another flent due when, ," .
of old the I rawhide, which can eud but the man'attempts to' .It..1n- the''ehagt.et.
toIll people VA'ero we to believe nothing but what _, 1t1t10MAN'S cue-way. -"
Iron rond. The railway is. of course, we Could perfectly comprehend not' '. J ,' / I Then the Ug'r .11 left alone to cool off a familiarly whieb.no'tlger'wftl| ' '
.COAT. nnd to i'' Tiureseutcd in 'hi* presence unless .h* (i'
modern. Now. a ponder over what happened.Under .
IIOIDMlJlul: purely la nil
only: our stock of knowledge 'tho J j *'
tonight that be to"f
'' has
: : ;; ;
:
treat many excellent; people have pro I branches of*learning would lie shrunk no consideration I* the animal "
f't..I.1 upon the'assuiuptloii that. Monte: ia nothing, but even till!! afTjiIra; of ,aria,) style and are made with snugly; Tbelpicnl..ineet,, at tho centre backwher :,' -, further treated ,while It'is angry;,, In The' battle .between 'the' punk..i||, '

!how ur other liavluj good railways common life could not' bo carried ou. fitting upper portion., tucked Au com additional fulness Is laid In inverted -N,I tluie; even In tho most stubborn case, and the ,blacksnake'whip' pn" ;

nr! a substitute for having good highways 'tlnuouB lines with the waist, and full pleats, and are stitched to give ,I ihe' ilger( Itarnsulhat If he leaves the side and the tiger oa 'the" .t"-I: .

-good ordinary ronrt& A more .'. IndllT ... puffs tbat are laid In narrow ,'ertl'RlIUl'k. a tuck.effect and In gradimt lengths ., man -in"peilt'ti'-nothing will happen. taken up .to this point : ._
Tnrn 8l renc I
untenable position cannot be t inn glued.Minimise. at their upper -edges. The cuffs' that suggest tbe flounce, -They fit I l-AIsc. thatif be' tries! to attack the rtI !- weekat least but now It i*'prsctscaHjf.finished .. ;

:) What the railroad doe Uti The' rejection of a proposal to buildn ore oddly shaped! and match the stock smoothly and snugly about! the hip Cult i* pnln and detest, ,.Also that tbe -. Finished,' lit lesst..ae:. n ci'. :, '<

develop thecouatry'and. of course library does not orr7ndrew Car- The quantity of material required for but flare freely below"' tbe' stlteblngg, j I man wilt feed the tiger dally, not alone as It ever can be In tbe" 'cae of:',a (1.1

Its development Implies that tho country uegk In the least lIe In familiar the medium size Is five and a half so providing ample freedom and flare. J with meat and eatables; but with luxuries tiger.: ;; it"-; ; :

will need more and better ronds. enough with Iron structures to makeallowances yards twenty-one inches wide Ore The quantity of material! required I i of the cot world--catnip. ,, for example Of nil tigers none is.' probably:/ esi< J .

(Applause,) for heat and cold enpanslon : yards twenty-seven; Inches wide tour _, Bfbbrian 'to' ,train than the big. '(!..., ,:

A few years! ago It was II matter I and contraction.sometifies" tho aDd a half yards thirty-two Inches I I t.I :Onca'thl.'reactionhas, been established chap the moat -gorga"st '> +
people ate warm, sometimes cold nid wIde: or two'aod. threejnarter yards marked ot all the tiger-family and oat
n'ui .tempted to say ot national humiliation between man and beast the second
that there should be "o little at- one> of :'11'. Carneglo's 'former 'naso- forty-four Inches wide. sVom.'a j J gtaffo of the training iunder', the whole tlae'mq.t "powerful. ;;Witt; f
,
all bow the
"It depends ou sun
elates,
lion paid 'to our roads-thnt there taken It becomes necessary to" prepare Its enormous i size there seems: to.b.| ; .
of prosperity affects them. Talk to combined ,the slightest trace; of gosl'. e
brute
should not m0re13IA tho. for.a.closer Interviewwlth
bo willingness
n I ,
Carnegie about this refusal ortats llbrnrk Coat. nature in big :
roost things.
roads, the stranger who common
refrain from making good now to
>. and most HUely he'll! tell about Coats made with triple effect prepares thia '
:you cape and
comes to the aid' of: ;'tbat
but to let the roads thatt were In exiHtcoco enter the cage. Eia'Uy.* ia tho
.
t
.. the .man who built a 'chicken house are exceedingly becoming and' exceedingly of.,lion taming miner t In' civilizing the king-;it cold
become worse ; and I cannot I case a chair tho first ;
The walls were constructed of wood. smart: The'Very excellent MayManton \ eat Russia. ,
thing -introduced Into tbe den: ? t
peopleupon He
'(11hftrllly congratulate our ot
i
root he stretched an model shown in the t
For n temporary large .Of ihe Indian man eating.Jype.ot
I )hfc exlstencp ef a body such 1111 the catnip and the.! wand opens the rt'11
!: .
did carpet ovir; the structure That drawing combine that feature with \ ,\
there Is but one'trained
specl-
Ithl ,,section of cage.7. regard'the surprlsed'tlger t'IL ,
*. ramifying"I Into'e't'rT : who .
night 1 towner rained. In tho, morning the on e' of tsieere latest shapes and a novel existence-that lu Ceylon: In-'
th Us communications' wonder< what is going to.happen lIe
| (> country having ,:
found MH lien house In collapse) that Is both graceful and com 1 Cue Abe a ;
.
.. din of tamest of-the inan
l I In. every $tate of the country, plqcei a.wooden chair In 1h., eae of .
beneath walls. fortable. ofrLIaek
fowl.'tlead the The original Is
and the plado
.
I 'be found '
thM. eminently pr..U"nlwcltk the brute andleaving tho"cape HAer.to 11&1"
alai tiert Mon his he ebon with as enUni t
le'blauieil enemies but taffeta stitched corticelll t '
.
_t'(jnaklnj; the conditions of life : quickly as ho.ad.entl'ru.1It. wutcbcs t1 rat..reot. i'
wltl'r .
sienieuts.Ynter and
Mare censured the Ilk 'and In faced o black\:
r 1 cIfo"f'I erie Only Keeper ,) ; ? *: 1 It s
:inter cud better tor the peope.tvho l'D't'Dtl. >'f "DIQ' f04e .
.
the to shrink.. and white novelty but all the material
caused carpet ,
nil others we'can least afford to'see find Unwed to the strangeIntrusion: the ever tecturd In the -' :b t iW
walls yielded. .. used for Jaek'ets and coat are1 >* '
r discontented with their lot In |the appsopraMe. tiger lies scowling In a corner and refraiMfl Indian and then'only'when tha-brute,, ... .i
\ the who ttve'1u,1hn., coun- "So will a rainy day humbler a pridebuilt tlv? chair. That he chair, had l.el first bound j>nd made 1l'1P,
people \ / > must
under the of '. The coat Is madewith' loose front
sun IJI'OIlPC.'I'ItDtttrolt
up ; less, but /rout the outside of the ;
t I strict. (Applause.) die 'Is settled oN"""" betora' 'has be "
. and back and .fitted; by mean of '
Freo.rress 'f the Ws cot ,.d llgMs In beloKpetted/
nIl 1'(1 seen wiichjn '
excessive, the wholly 11 ell Iyt quadruped.; lIe.dO'Ill' not
boulder and nnder-arm ...am.; The '''
otfe( of our'lnduHtrlal developmentdurt even know;; In which direction It move and 'rubb\'and scratched b1 the keep,;: '
T. M.k. Trudv. triple ,capes are; arranged ov r.the, ,, t
Jfront
era and
tI '
( the past ,seventy-five: ;years, to- that'concealtheir [L He begin to' reconnoitre1 by circling IJn't.cal'y.Jf' ;
boulder, and the straps,
Ret w.IUI the' good sides, ban ,;tad The Idcn that there Is Juit.so mnf'b''trode around and ,aro nnfl the thine; Thechair'stand of lts cage. Yet, ,. .Jy.Itbl n.
,,
edge, appliedTue front
; are
( has been abandoned.: /exptfrti: i Lure of the great animal put. For
Is"nflne"thinx; : to .
tlon"\Tn sides.: It mottonegsr iauothtr feature tJ
traced buslus. ureu. They find that .arp-facedand'can- : be- turned back to ; which two hours after it( has fcd.on.cthe : ;. "
the'ahlmai
.at thecxpet :
but with
sec < cities up, no(( regard I
: built "
form In double.breasted.
buslness'iuay created: Advertising revers", or lapped over meal of inc.tnll-tleslre-; ,
tbetbnntry.dlalricts.- (Anhenlthy. be by distrust! and diag-nst.. ISeverbefore has i unuul raw
= lie can' he Induced to become. .tyle'1nx'shown'\ In the-! sina.'l'sketch. : : for Iranian,, companionship yaulslwaout "
t -people he cnppuntejVd ,
plnnae, Tbe> ,thlux I I. to see the ''I'he slrcve In'tWo lui enemy, cttept: the
buyers: n'heu'they, have bad no Intention :; are cut man with ; .of the. great yellow on*,' .andto;/ '"
bnlldlj p'-ofboth' the city tloll iheropntrl'tMj1ut'we each In'.tuMU 'the'eAtnlp'sud'the ;)4'8.liI
laid
piece and' art which
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inako : special attempt to put a band 1n'thacage'at ,
> the .to' purcbaeasr: By the back of bill head that doc not "
.,| cannot, '' Rte turned toward ODe another to pru. thl would attack= ,
mean an
peoplir'tlmt It' ,
nle t and by convincing of front 1ewI ;
present ready for .tml
beat' tlijoost engercthemost am bl:!. due tlie panel effect The iiocket defense.. J
tlousyojjf, pnen to IIta)'.In the.,"counT I..i. to thtir.dvputage. to get things now: :Inserted I.n tar fronts and flnlslied'wItM are ,1'. Finally'eornen the attack; With n 1 r vmf'llal.d.C.'rl/f. -"

: the merchants keep the .wbeolj lOlnl''.'! polotPIJ'atrll)1I. ., MIMKB': TPCK PLBATID aciar. Ylolent'spring tbo'flger lauds, on the b .
j h'. l"enon.So'I;everyrl IIDe can do the-snwo, - chair buries it over and crunches'tb. .f. A.ar.Rlr o.t WnNPw +
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TheTq.unntIty" 'medium "Is1six
"material inquired fthlt l j.: '
I.'fl'11fe' 1 1 olotlon.AD4 mentlll ')NI' ;="- .. : -:.._, - I'for the medium aid h tour ant"'. halfyards' I twenty-seven Incites willet/tbree. and" A wood' hl. mighty teeth There 1* St. Andrews I. thqlo '" .ta1 UI.;

.I'rtr. 1\ lit which It I 18 n.raatttr'of: MIINN'tl.hinfr Lt.... twenty-seven1;: Inches wide, twosand 'bait yards fortyfourInches' wide or,:, ;'no.resistance., 'Only her* and there in.tbC'l"o! !.5''
'conn1 ; : ceditslifug boat ,ltaunlIY I ; .. drops -of btood.tromthe'mouth. ofthe -vy.t.r.- .' .w +...
IlTellt diQi for"pne nann--to l lullluleate XorMi.Sen threcnnnrter'vnrdx. fortr-fonrl : lnche'wlde. \
tbr.'j.l'lrd, ftttT-two
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', hi* neighbor, you can.. \ rrlea'lgh, mile pJC Ilne; 'rTtl..''TCr/* *" -. .be4't' :show traees"ot' ,the encounter; Some .imprcia ,uij!' a* ut j' '

tt.ur t there' will I! 1 be. &'.tanI yearly: ouw hooks upQB'lK :1)' The battered -chair'= remain* A>! Deface-, I;u to b tlU. .\ '

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,Here'\ .U., a ""HJW' Liquor Law" 3 . Try a Bottlo of e ,

'* passed by our_English brothers It is c; THE' UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 1 ROLLINS. 'C.oLLEGE''WINTER ,

1 somewhat 1
novel( aa' ,Pl'irolpte and j "
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application. '
(Exclusively tot Mates.) i PARK FLA.COLLEG'E -
How much ( .
T (rood ,law, la required ./ .

r, to devise wan'sad Is made to keep b, -Twentieth Yeti' Beginning September 22nd, 1903. .<,,: .

,this Liquor business regulated Into a ;
FDUK-YEAtt COUnSES. Agriculture Chemistry Civil '
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SEVEN ,
:(respectable' ) torn; : This one ,budU Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, General Science, Ch'IIRII"I.-! i"' \ '

ness requrles much more legislating ', Two )0801'8' course in Mechanical Arts. One years' course in Bus-! ,/' School ; Music School mN CuRe 44rN

than any other. It Is scarcely ever ness or Stenography> and :Typewriting. A preparatory course of one ... Preparatory? .

__ fount,:; necessary for the welfare of r 6 or two years, as required for those desiring such preparation. A i,,/ Art School School .Elocution .
; short course of five weeks in Agriculture or Horticulture. Post graduate ; ,
the people to restrict or regulate the .s-7
courses are also offered. The dormitories are under the Immediate r k $t ti.
reU lon'ot Zeus Christ or its Institu fc7} supervision Instructors, who make every effort to Infuse In-:8: Business'School School of.Domestics and t .

tions.: If this;'Uquor"bUllnen Is a ' ...

(good creature) Intended,'' for man's I physicalevelopment Teachers'' Class .* Industrial Arts. Han Cured ThoDaaad, Will

'." good pleasure and enjoyment, we are I /m class equipment. Tuition tree; to -Florida students. No fees Cur You.U .
unjust to force those engaged In it to I I II -

-pay so unreasonable' a tax for ,the I A For catalogue address, .T. H..TALIAFEftftb.' C. E;, Pk. D.. Pre.ldeat., I W. F'i' BLACKMAN. PH. D., PRES. you MHI troubled with' kidney or

: privilege of .engaging lnllhajaniej: : ,fi,__ . .Lake City, Fla. i ____ bladder troubles, such as {dropsy

but If the consentient+ opinion: Js that tfSSSSS SSSSATLANTJC OOOO t Wright's disease, catarrh, gravel l of ;
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the business results are not-good, but the bladder> ,, albumen In urine" and un-'

f and Y or too frequeut discharge
detrimental to the morals hoalthyficposits
highest C. A. CARSON, President. N. c. BRYAN, Secre\.r1.:
.interests.of every community In which 'v of the urine', "pain. In the. back

o it Is ever carried!,ion, TCfieri"why. .-allow! 'COAST" LINE RAILROAD CO. T ;; :_ EJ and bladder dropalcal swelling of th.

It at all? ........ feet and legs etc etc., we guaranteed 'A.r

In Great Britain what: is known as 8C1 FFKC APRIL 12, 1908. Carson' that by 'uslnll r Smith's Sure effected..Kidney
DULE.IN Wafers & Co. : Cure a complete cure will be
Licensing Act went Into effect on I . Grocery;; 1..le
1. As-its : S3 7"H STATIU.NS 21 M ,, Price' [it c) cents and 100. For
January provisions not 10 :
but are 7""ma m p LV.. .. .. N... ...'.. . .. .. Tames .. .. ..... ... .... .... .. ... . Ar's 10& 1011II1' by Osceola riiarmacy. 1 a
only novel the act itself la based II 18a 901p Lv.J.. .. . .. .... .'. .... . ... ..... ..... .. .. .. Ar 1 lOa .114.\ P ,--Wbole' le and Retail De...... l.- '
upon. principle different from that 1140a II Mp Lv. .. ... ...... .. .. ... .. .. .PlanttAty.,.. .... ..........,..-....... Ar e 4Oa 9 IJp
,which has hitherto been the foundation tojo a ua p Ar.. .. .... .'.. .'. .. Klwtminefl. .._,... .,, ....... .. .... ..Lv '4 Ma 747" AmericanBeautyand
U02$120sp: Ar. ... .. .... .. .. . . .Orlando.. .. .. ... ..%.... ...... .Lv_ 4 1l.! 7" pBanford. FIh '
of mosfof'tempcrance legislationits / U: no n -1 0..Ar. ,.7" .. ... ..' .. ...... .. .;. '.. ... ......v. .'" ..I.v 2208:! CI Wp.A -QFX.OC;
operation will, be watched with 14 gap 1 Mp AI:.. .. .. ... ;.. . .. . Orange City Junctl. n.. ... ..... ... ....> .Lv :aaia 6 Jl p.DcLanil. : i
deep inUvesU! The new principle 1 sop . ..... Ar. . .. .. .. .. ... , . .-. .. .. .. ..... ,. ........ ..Lv .. .. 4IWp F C. Corsets
In brief to hold the drunkard be 8o.p / AOl\ Ar.... .. .. .. . ... .. .. . V.I..k. .:.. .......:..... .. . ... .I.vll BOp 2Mp
a 'lIIp:! 7110. Ar..w. .. . __ .. Jaeksonvlllo... ..fStATIONrf. .. ... ..... .... . .....Lv. 1110. 111-1' .
criminal and him for drunkenness 14
punfuh Stf-84 COUNTY AGENTS FOR

whether It be accompanied .by .:..40.. S Mp Lv.. .... . ... . .... .. .. .. ..lampa . .... .. .. ...... .. ... . .Ar 10 ft.tp . .. . ." Exclusive
disorder-or not. If the offence' ift repeated I.. II U7lMp| Lv .. .. .. .. ... .. ._ .. .. . .Plant CUy.- ....,.d.. .. ... ... .Ar 114/11'/ ir AY i I*
as of ten-as ,three times within 'T OOa \I / Ar... .. ... .. .. .. .. . . . ..I..kel&lIa .... .... ............ ..I." 1201' ego's I Celebrated Fertilizers I (CRATESETC. design and ?;
7'g0a1027p Lv. ... . .Barto ,..,. ...... ......., ,,...... 7 Mp 6 UOa }
ono yel..t.he. offender will be blacklli . flank: . .. .Arcadia . .. ... ............. .... .. ..tv 8.Lv Mp .-:: O'RAI'N' :atestfashion- 1
!*d, as a habitual drunkard. 'Thereupon "... 1 Ma "r.I( . .... ...... Putita lord .... . .. ... .. :. . . 4_OftpJill .. . . 'able models. V #
he is photographed and a BTATIOfiS.' ... --.III'M1op. _. Clrceiare| and Price: _ "
r of his picture placed with every copy licensed ,. .1.'... ... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .:Tampa.. .:. .... .... .. ... .... .. .Ar .. .. .. 11\1(1. F.r.lsk.dor AppllcatloM.: = .Over 90 new
.liquor seller *tn the district *ft-80D .". i .. Ar . .. .. .. .,. ,.. . .. 1'honotckannaA .. .. .. .. .:..... .. .. .. .r.lv .. ..:. 780a --::::- ---/ -_ and up-todate -
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Dally K ceit| $.un":0: "
with orders to sell him no more liquor T Up\ V 10a I.,. .. . .. .. '.. . .. :. : .T..mj,.... .'J. ..: .... .. ... :.. .. .. Ar 10 for 5 Ulp. ,,- I IIIID'ES styles to select r 1
\under avl penalty The law also 4 41 p 9 411& Lv..". .. . ..... .. .. .. .Lv 94118/ 440p from. Made
f provides that anyone found drunk 'A/ IW1 p >0 45/ a I.V \, . .. .. .... .. .Bt.l'eter.burgVharf.'T. >..,I.v. 8 !Ma' sip FUR S WOOL ]:
4\ .40 LV .. .. .. . .. .. .. .:. . . Cluerweler..1.v. : 7.M.- .. from selectedwearwell
while in charge of a..cWld..aball be arrested 11.\1'P Ar- . .. ..",. ....,... ..T:rM>n Hprlnga .. .Co.. :. ... . .....Lv.. 7 OOa "
and punished, and habitual .. --- 1
1' 2't 5 21 711 : 1
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drunkeness shall be sufficentcause! mp' 4ftp R asp Lv Jaekumvlllo. Ar M iwa/ VI: 4"11' 3f'p it(at p Lv' JacksonvilleAr -Ar A2 for the legal Reparation of husband III A vip 10 W* Ar \\ aycron I.v ft *.... II 0114 A Kip H4 p ValdouM 1." 7 (XI p every pair 1 I 'P *
and wife. We hope. this law will' be I Ira II lAp. 100'IAr| Bavannah'Chajlenton lvl3fl. 8 Of*':* nip 101Ar Thomadvt'e Lv '825.II l
2ta A Ar Lv 11 (Mia .11 (Win K OA a Ar MonlKom'rr Lv 7' |pAr has our liberal -
enforced with true British doggedness. 2-ty 120/p Blrmiiifihdn Lv A/11p tr/.W51n "" "" "" "" "" """"' K1hN5/ f

It Is said to be making a great W'ilmnngloi Lv 710p Ar. N .hvlllc Lv 8 40 a _._ guarantee.
stir in London. The theory that '7 ir>p 407a.Ar RichmondVanhlnfrtou Lv H 00. 8 IKip/ 12 MaAr Kvannvllle L'I\\ r I\ a -- --- Ask to see ',i\\ l
any 11 -HipI ( 7 114. Ar \ Lv 8 4.'>a 11 ISOp VIA a Ar Chicago, Lv 7 >H>p ., I
.: man or woman who chooses to get 2 w
720a Ar St ub
r drunk baa a perfect right to do 'so is 4 (.%s 11 25p Ar ; IL'I lOaLv 11 .na. "Iv'ArT 00 .I, .. II ,h
In'our judgement unsound. It 7 OIO i 1 1101' Ar New Tory 9 sup II dot( TIO5 Ar 1""IOYlller.Y 8 a
very Cincinnati Lv 11
711.: Ar Up
..."..- :is.a!If thff inmates of our insane asylums HlAa/ Lv MnnlKom'y Ar A 17 p High Grade Whiskey Kalamazoo Corset Co.
should claim the right lo be four 4 ISp .r. Mobile Lv l-Oty"
or five hours society whenever they .,. g2Ap Ar New Orl...'. Lv D'JOa: Cxclualr M.h.r.

choose. PRKBS UKPOKTKK.; ,
THROUGH. CAW SERVICE. MICHIGAN
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Train. 82and Mparry' Pullman deepen betweeii'New York Jackaouvllie! Port Tampa; I
Perfect: Liver Medl lae. llnlhll ".r."nlce throtmb between Ja..k onvi11e and Jersey CUyt-day, caches between. Jackonvllle I J'
and Uaihlugton Pullman Sleeper tralua 7* and 23 between Javkaouvl le. and New:. Kentucky [ Exchange U. C. Stanford.r
: M.. A. Jolley," Noble; O. );, York. and Jacksonville amt Chlf-axo: without change. .
:, "I had used Herbine for'a" Count Line steamers leave Pnuta 60"<1. for Fort Myera an1 lulxirmedlale' landing dally ex .
dept Sunday 7.. m.. returning leave Myerii 8... m., arrlvluic Punta GoMa .1". m.
of years, and can cheerfully Key Went. and Havana steamers leave Port Tampa Sunday. Tmwday and Thurdav 11 p..... I iiv
it aa the mOlt perfect.liver Through Pullman sleepers between PorUTamp and New York via both Atlantic Coat Liu :AND i
and the greatest blood purl- and SoullJuru Rail"",.
-is a medicine jat positive merit, for full. complete and reliable Information mg lilvlalan eMfngr.td.re.enatloneetc..cell.. Fla.-on--Coai II' :E3: E :::::;" E. K. LIBUY r fs9
JAne ticket agent or. 8. P. CDLLIKK. J K., l Panionger A. Tampa. C.A.r
fully, accomplishes that is W. J ,CRA10. ()en".al Paamnxer Agent ./ IVTANAOEW ;
I.I.Airs. for It." Malaria cannot find ; It. M.EI, KRiO. ". Traffic. Mr'nagor WllmliifUm, N. C. _
10C the
system "while the .
is in order for oft -
perfeo one its
: is to prevent the absorption I now have the largest stock of Wines, Whiskies

producing poisons. Herbine .-T" -_ NOTICE.. .__ and Been ever handled in Kissimmee. All

efficient liver. regulator., boo. Nodes\ U hereby given that the f foUowlni doncrlbod landa will be sold at public auction 00 grades .at price to suit the times. .' .
,, Druggists. the 8rd day of AuRum. A. l>. 1MM In front 01 the Town Hall In Klwlmme: City, OBeecra ('o."t,. ', 'I
: 'lorlda, ono touch thereof. w" III be necemary the-aro Know What You Are 'Taking opiioalM th" snme together with. the oats. of aavertWog and aale.

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take rthe'f Tasteless ('WNER. DESCRIPTION. TAX AND COSTS 0"CTGr; r.e.A.DE A SP.EOJ.AL'J
' Toms
',Chill because is / -

'FR; ?.plainly printed on every bottle showing M.ryHMortau. .. J.:. Loll Rom Block Addition.I/.s-.1..,., ,.. s1. . l: t MJ .
.' that it is simply) Iron and Quinine Mary B. Morgan Lot A, Block 14 ,....; f '! '' BRARDEN .
,1"'tp. tasteless .form. No Cure, ,,No )1.1, ,- -. ." IJ awoU'. Addition, Pl! A. E. Pro riatorr. :
; amen Leo; Lot 2.4.1, ,.." .... 27 ,
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.,P.61.600.\ -. ; ,. ..v), ':;I QJ. amea ice u.t AS"W..H ,uAVCw. 1 2T8arehglhwwet ' V ."
'r." I of'Lot' l 1 Wit
; Citation pf Adlninisttitionrwr i M I Bandy! Eat let 2a g.,','H.' 90
1\.I..dr.I;; Lol2t..i'j .
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4 .SnCentyCburtOeeeplaCounty.'Florld&.. I Unknown. .. .. . ..... ..._.. I t ,.. Loc 25Kobert. Baai'Addition.. . %...; ,,.: ... .y.ii.,....,., 271 . -. .. : ,-=- Mrs. Laura S. Webb.

,.By the COU.tl1.Jp.fllI'eltf."CUUUI11T( | Unknown .. . ... .... . ... LolllalJl..ckIfL, . .;. . .. ...*... . .. . ... .. 01 I
Whernt. Mom to>> this w K BaM. All Block LL..2 79Unkuown Tlr..-lhrmilfl<>.. Wonuui'a Dime.
;Court for Letter. of Admtnletratlnp on the E.- .. :. : : : : ''-.: .:':::.".: ': Lot 1U feet by 1OA feet In iw corner Block ft,::: 1 S7! : rimUe('liiba vt Northern OIU*.

,tat..of. Eobt. li.-I..uler sod M..ry U.* Laulvr deei > ,, i.LPerkin.. _." . . . ..... All ewpt M of Block VL............,....,.. .. .. 127 I II "I 1 dreaded the change of( life which
..s.IaI.nl..11I County Oucoola J M.I H IllllOn.Jr. .. .. . ... . .. ..... Beginning at ne cur of block, w W f t, s 74 feet E R. T. BUTLER l;
.ii sods'uiuittthheek'n4rsd kod! OrWlwntof lWftu78 It. ; / : 12D I was fill approaching. I noticed Wine
I CM 'Cook.: , . .. .. .. .. . Beglnulug7tfttofnecorofBouk4iJiOfaelw: I of Cardul. and decided to try a bob
*-.1.1 "...e........ to be and appear before thin ... 99 ft. n oo ft. e Mi ft... .. .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . 121 I A A tic. 1 'experienced lomerelief the
Oonrt, on or before the XAth day of July A Dgut AUHansoo..d.. ...... ... ... Bl'IClnnlu1f711f1.n'nweorot Block .6011, e I
/ cud flu objecllom.' If any' they have, to I" w f t, u 50 f t, w \III ft'A .. .. . .... ... ... . .... . 120 1 ALES WINES. BRANDIES nut month. >o I kept on taking It (or
Uw frautlni leltera. a/nrculd. other Uo the O Haiuon.. .. ,. ....:.. .. .. ... . Beginning K2 feet wof aocorof Block 4, n :.M It, I 6 G three months and now I' menstruate
J taunt- will txi ura flied a prayed. wtuft.simfle6n: ft.,4 . . .. .. ... .. ,. 121 I with no and I shall
f I Wllura Genti.&foreseldtua Judge 0'10.. Unknown. .. . .. . ... :. . .. ..... . TheeS4of.ydof otA, Block 4. . .. . . .. . .. 39It ) t '!' U '.. pain lake It oil and
,'"r, 't 1' Nth day of June Lfc.. bh.er.! . . . .., .:.-; .i.. ... . AllBfockB. .. ... . .. . . . .. . .rrrr-t, .... ., .. .- 41: 4 L W H I S-K I E S.aa., L on now until! I have pored the climax."
'IIL'7' .u&tdlgus. W. K. .JOH1JTO! W Frarler .... . . .. .: .. .. ... tM4 lu Block 7 . .. .. ..*?. . ...... . .. .. . 1 t-O 4 Female woaknc Unordered
\ tjountjJudge.; . 5'ASI br. ....... ... . .. All Book 14.. . . .... :. . . .. ... .. . . .. 117 **, '
BBlllfty. . . ... .. .. . ....... .. LoU block D.. ... .. .' . ... . . 2 00 E E menses, falling of the womb"and -
;iN4tace' ojf Application for Per- \Vli\\eaver. . .. .. ..,........ ... All Block I Kobert B.i 2nd..Addition. .... .. .. i CIGARS AND .ACCOS ovarian troubles Jo not war off. r
h B Thompnou .. TV, ........... l..t41..8I..IIB8e.I'IIA.I"I&l01I. .. .... .. .. .. 1"1 T9. Thoy follow woman to theUutiiRe
"'; kraft to'' Sell Liquors Wines Fleming.. ... .. .. . .. .... ..... Lot 19eud0Wm.Csnnou'sAddltiontOCity of ,, .
Klmtinmr.. ... .... .. .. ... .. . . ....... '.. . . 230 ..,.. of life. ,lo not wait but take Wineof
'anH BeenJWrtSfcEAgl'll'T : Voknonu' ... .. . ... ...... ..... Lot4InBlock Bobinton'i Addition to Klulm- j Cardui now end avoid l the, trou-
Clt ', e . 157 I 1117A Lie. Wine of Cnrdui fail "
Butler hi flUd'' wlthtuo' SJollle Anderson .. :.,:+,:. ........ L'I Flock( U;K H f"i>i-o ibi.j* Add to K laImmee 4 : Anh.euser-Buscb Beer IIC-MT
to benefit
'4s- ;, '1 of riug' woman of '
:L ift7i"lfrldehis A Application permit I any aee. Wint of CarJni relieved
:awl Lfq.......; H!Inn and Beer In Klwtlnu Dl lo. Unknown ,. .. . .,. ... ............ I..I'Ilollloek. .. .. ..... ... .. ..,.. .. .. ..;. ... 200Unknown DRAUGHT AND MM. m-bb wliolt be was In danger -
trli-t On. of said county cud Stale any cltiaec ..... ... . .. .. ..... .ImetlnBlockB . . . .., . .. ,. ,., .. .. .". .? :2 W LON BOTTLED
When
i 'of .ue.l..IIo'. indliitrlfmiiyiihnwcau: 'o, if soy H DlHton. ., .. . ,.,...;. ..., ynflotAluBlock7. .... .. ..... . . .. .. ..,. . 272 L ,you COllie to the change
J.- ,there be. at the of l>:J C... .'. .. .. .. ...... .. ;... 1..t6Ir Blocks : . .- .. 82J55.FKeteh of life ilrt. Webb's letter will
GU $3&ZtS&gKnext-wbr 'n.. .. .a. ....?,... .. .. HegW," ft .e of.eroroflot1.'thrice'se1 j tit 0' 'Can .only be found i in Kissimmee onB;. way 0 man more to you tlii.it it dOPInoW'
'I-a'cb' "" \ .w75ft 1 Hlock llf. .. II 80 But
a' : MaryJMulford..u. Beg .tncornero.BlockIt.n4ldet, K 17VS ft, s Street !lot the BRICK BEAR you may now avoid the
L ,. 'J*Atl' Clerk of the Board of . 47dt>K.eb.10feeta)7: '4 ft n 47 dg w BO It 0 .BUILDING. ON Buffering she endured Drugiriiti "
'l ,County CotumU.lonera 10 Uvbcglunlngbelng" a t: ..se ftreet. ... .. ., .. .. 381 sell '1 bottles ct Wiao of OWll
b r: [;. O..ola l.By 1s-R O."STOIf. I). O.q' A Matthew Addition. to Klmlinmee CII,. .
.. felmon' Benlmtn. .. . .......-.... All of Block K ... ... ... . .. .. .... 843 R. T. BUTLER N
\ I 4 tigeof' Florida "'llIluee:0.: . . .. .. ... Beg at a point on : .
tx Application for Perm . awl, of act of nee 31 I T'p 25 H of K :2U K-Eait1A7 '
.ls < >t to' Sell It. u 2 ) Liquors! Wines 7 'p 1t :m. . ... ....'... 870 v
'. YN.drf, 'and Beer. .'ullu. llyde..n.: : ... :. Lot 1I7\Block .r:Johnaob, and; Prevatt'a 8ubl>lvl>- __ -- -. -. .- -.
. 'roc, ion of Lola I and 4 in Block of W A 1'atrlcka'Addition -" 'u. 'h
. ,. .t7YE7IERABAEAeardnnin.fled; !: ( ".I.lhe. < to City al 1".lIn m..... . . . .-. 809. r- THEIGN4flE
> IV A r.lrlek'.AddJtlflu KlMilinmee. City.
i''boerd.Cupnty.. Lout;, Florida: bit Cvmnilnloi Appllcatlnu er. tor for Permit Oareola to, Jl n. J B Shiver .... ....' .. . .. ..." trglnnlng at .e cur. Lot a, belug e 47U ft" of Lot ._ f
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in Bltivk' J not t
'y SS'i' Ltquon.' Xi iae* and Beer ln' Kleotton Pts. Id'hrr... . ..,;........ . ..... : a, Block 111: : '. : ::: . :: '. : .. . : 8 4.1
b' ., iot&efd' ttru.ofisldt'omrtysnd\Election: mate. ."'IUM.... Bi-Kr.. . . .. .. .. .... .. LolS.BIockXI. . .. . ... .. . . .. .. . 1 2N x MAYNARD LUMBER Co. E''
held then be at the l'I.'rl..a1 meeting of tile show Board tn,be II I 5 'I'aiauu. .. :.., .. ,',. .. ........ ... ." 1.012 Uuplattrd: Bock XIV Jjinda.. . .. .... .. .. .. .. . .. .. . 4 VOJ

r' ,\ on Monday, the and da> of August 11eJr.t, Unknown .... . ........: .I..... ... re'>4 of .W"8"0ICI.T'p/ 2S 8 R 29 E.40.rre.. .n N
\.cll"'ennl&' .hnut.1 ui.tlw granted, Mw Baaa. .. .. .. .... .. ... ...... .. Beijluiiun a1 nw cor of aw.'i! of nwli. Sec 2lt, '
t; ;iXO.. M. LhK.: .. T |> :M M, It 211 E, thence a JJ.ft. co.. 8 //I.U uba SEWING MACHINEDo
f.... Clerk of the'BoeM of n Ial d.I( w IJ06hl: lo iMKnntiK, . . .. ..... 2 III paw and Planing Mills |
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"' ..... r : (.County.,0.,1.('ommlMloneni County: Flprlda, Unknown. .. .. . . . ... .. ..... Jle..W fuel w of ae'H of ae)' of sate of uw r\! not tie
gyW 'OItNsTosBU. J of alee :'ZN I. T'p 25 B of R :tIO K.-TI once w 240 *
I- tt n ft, a OHO fl!,- J Vl'rtlHe iwuwtt "iZhT110 *
B F lieu 'r. . .. .. ... ..... .:... B IIr'I: : |{ | noiilh of soulhea.t; aurci'corner, of. 2 VIa Now In operation.' Complete House Bills Furnished. ';, u ( / tot .
\ .. JIll :Wut Kobt ll...,Add. Iheiifa ISO feet bought ( I11nchl1l8
tOr"fer.For; Publicationsx e ;. K Yellow and Pitch Pine' Timber and Lumber of all Kinds. be from ClUJ
-r a Ml fueKw I'M ft north Hi feet tu>rrlnnlag.| . '. 95 UK or any ot our -**,

t*, li the ('.I"urt..e.:; th Jndlrlal blrcnlL Tax J Mcl'IlATTER, : ORDERS:: :E:'=J:r..ED PROMPTLY.MAYNARD :: deulors froinlis.ooto 1800. >t..
ps)Qawola, Ctranty. Floflda,-In,
' ' .va jn.. ixt, .'" \I :Bill lo Rfmnre I_ .. : -- . '_ ._. J. ,, LUMBER Co. THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST
'" "hbttlfelaRrlk Trust Comrj- -cloud l from The Food (
ptnyseorpixetlrmefd.uug .::1IU4r. b. : iISi3KJ. I dc-tennlnes the strength or11onb
under tbe& of,the. of Iowa. i'- .' .. . ._ ._ ._ o cell fl other
h with
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ItaVpearlniib/afndavIt apprtvl to the bill'AUpt .trolllolntll
1Y' orth MI Truti nee: Corohany l>ov. mawd, a.paniw corporation Utml Jtui vxlmlocider Ella i' '.--". -, .. ..... v... :sl"r"r1J"'J""t"" " " " " " " " " " " '" " " " the btMt/ ) &w1l1g mllkC'Machine the New to buy II Obi. II

( I be lawa of the taw of low., the ilvfciidat .
corrkvntlon therein named ia a foreign e..... 'Stilte'BankOfKissimmee: ,W.. THOMPSON 2 Write for-ffiRC HR3 showlns the 11
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ratlonVWad IW prinrlpql' place of bualnvaa l. erunl etyl, e
wa F.JV- State of lows U.li.y iueortioratedBtMleU.e ._" "
wem&nuAtotureandprices ujeguruhrli
\iwe.if ..ld6tae< and hfta BO place UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER' "" .
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if bn. .I&R" or ejrenu, or offlova In the HUl of ;
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Florida upon when tbeaorrlee of a enUouena "-- ... = THE NEW HOME JEWIM-MICHIHE
0111d bind .a4ct o' red I Uiaf"al' : : : 28 .
: ANA: == Union N.
COFFINS
..laai.a be aud ItVla herebir required Ur appearf'aa Offers ,to, Customers : : : Sq. Y.. CblcngoIia.'AUan
the BUI of Complaint filed In Bald 1'.....,onL Every Facility. 5 tlt LoI1laJ4o..,Dallu,T,x..81U&FI'aDoIa
.-"... Monde, the |$lrd-day ot Anent A. D. I 'ConsistentrlthSound i' Ladteancl: dents' Burial! Hcbes. !
.,. .,...nrlnettVi all"tlona of said bill willtabttu ' ,Miu igcDlCnt.'i' ',. ron eaL[ ."
;' aj'oou'eined ."', Bald. de/eu4aotour.. ' w' >t NICE LINE FURNITURE AND =::3: Cured t tw.
.. } i i ' i -i .n f i i ii 1' i E Paralysis,
,';,...,.tlo., t. -i y STANDARD SEWING!; MACHINES. =:::3ORDKB.8 .
:; Il lafurtherordPred that thla order be pnb- Personal Attention'' w:: BY/' MAIL'OK lTELItG&APH'n :'- .. :=:: 3 S. Bailey Pap
'Ikad o ee a-week for five eoAewiutlv week to .Air. .+Hugiuess. ;Intrtmted*',to Us.. ATTICNTION.l S".- '/ .-...,.. .-, 'exas-' ''Itel
GIVEN PKOMFT Mywife
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t.h the CI..llllm. Valley OaaaU a uewipaper. suyeringJ ii yeai'll ,
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PdbU.""" In said County aad. iats.. f' DOES REPAIRING, AND r.KINO'. : ::::: with paralysis In'' her s en" I
Th1.June. 29Ui.1M$.' B. :::. I I. 'FURNITURE ." ,Y t.-'. ::::: wall persuaded to arm'
.tNO. ,W, tira; N. CARSON ; OASilIER = AGENT: FOR fH OBOBQB: '' use 1lallar Snow.
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