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: August 7, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00084
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'SEND'' ''HIM.i AGAIN.."' 11- , 1--Florida's' ) Summer; :""'-1.". A TRADE'S CARNIWL' BASSINIGER'. '. BR EFiETS". ; o '" 14..\ ';: ""I>

The Euntla Lake Beglont which .' ,
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't7 is 'wilted by'' gentlemen, 'who' came .. '
ays the; Orlando Record,, and originally from Indiana and'. are To' 'Be Held' i in Jacksonville In : A '
Newsy Letter froai the Lower
notkd for th'elr' oono'lentlousness : Sate., Bank Kissimmee
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' r' Refers to Senator Carson November to Eclipse all Her -
all End of the,:.CoontsL. ,
in that they say or do, thus t: ,_ .
bwn Successor. '
:a ,as Hls speaks of Florida's( summer1' climate Former Efforts.: ..j
Cow buntlnur is the latest topic' of .... JJ" '
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'd tinder the above beading the Orlando : Jacksonville. Fla,'' July 27th.-theJacksonville the season./, , J' ; U'

; Record,bas the followlnglo say' of "Perhaps some of our Northen Trade .Carnival will .be 'Offers to Customers IierFaellity'; .IJ
1 -Coll H. ,Alderman made' a.fifingbutlness = : .
readers., wnen they sea our weather ; :
Hon. d. A. of "ibis place which told during the week beginning November ''
Carson ,
,report this ,week and compare, 4t. 2;: It will take place 'of the trip to Ft .Pierce Tuesday, Consistent! with Sound, Management.Personal > :.,
i I. so full and e> pllatt that !deem any returning Wednesday.. :
1 I with :the weather, they are haying, Gala 'Week which has been the _
f,.addition thereto, more than an. expres1 regular Quaff) can be beard whistling'''In all i :>\> .
!% I will sigh for. the cool breeze ofFlorid. fall feature In that for a" Attention Business :-tDtn. e4 io &
.Ion pi;-appreciation In seeing our city, number directions and w.pre'UD1.qu.I; shooting ., .to11. j,

|.fellow...townsman: to highly mentioned. does not But tell even lobe the whole)thermometer -. of years, and U will f exceed anything will be) the topic of next! season.Mrs. . .1" .c : _. l.1l ,
story.A .
of\the kind before attempted .
superfluous a." notonly unnecessary: but,altogeth) temperature that gets up toward In the South The ever grand, promenade Pierce Is having a new house r .N., B., CARSON. ....." ... .'
built and th. sound of the saws and
nineties
the in the middle" of the
day which will l lead to theoarnlva}
I The time Is coining when it will stadlutn hammers, be heard in all
e9DD may not seem.so. very'cool, or' even will be entered through great Grecian can \ parts of -, .-- '
be necessary for this sentorial district"trrUke i the cltt
the maximum of 83 84 of i
or yesterday Tai
arch )literally with .
Into consideration the'nomlnatio and the day before., But fully ten to light. In this cohered promenade will electric be I The raol"'b.ckl' are looking strong , . .. .,. "- -- -.- -- ,'-- .:..... ,I .. t.
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'. /\of a candidate for state senator fifteen degrees. be subtracted for number- -free., attractions and on and healthy'and.- can be see -turnlng II .H..i. ., . .It 1.1-, ."' 11.1 1111 i I,." .:;. ,'. '

. A.S Is well known; the. custom basti the character of heat. There has hot the sod la mottanv;direction, lit and
either willbe various
lined the
tide? ;, THE t .
[; 'tieen heretofore to give the Domination about the- city.
been a day this summer 'when therewas '
side shows something'entirely new, .tt'
{ Alternately to Oaoeola and Orange CapURoebuck's. steamer Basslngeris ;
no breeze to }>e. had from some unlike"tho... formerly ''seen In this ,' :
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countlesj; the two_countles which com quarter{and,, that, was not a hot breeze State,- and objectionable feature hauled o fon the ways for repairsand Kissfttimee Ice_' <3ompatiy ;

,,. pose this senatorial. district. When but the cool l.' refreshing breath, of the from 'them will every be eliminated. tn the will be launched' a few' days' la x.> ..

'" the question: --came. up 'the last time all Atlantic or. the Oulf. And,;'. then the stadium, wblcb. 11 nothing more, nor fired class shape.Postmaster Walker'. Miss. Charlotte = Is Now 'Ready 'for Business.. r(l, *: ';i: !'-.
were'agreed that Orange county would '
nights have been cool invariably, and less than an Immense\ ampltheator '
be better served' by the then inoumbant so far this seasonand r..r.13a01 there will be attractions of; nationaland Milton" and Miss Tlshie Parker arrived TT7E'>TAKE ',.IUS' METHOD OF INFORMINGTHB'.JPBOL': '!' ;"

than if-.'nomln ation'were" made from year,-we have'not a night, of oppressive international interest. yesterday on the steamer' Lilly; V y. pie of Kiaslmrnee, contiguous:'tertiary! ,thai.;we. \ are:' ,1.JM>W;' ,'. i

'. -this oo'unty' ,"although to Orange at heat, as It is so' often .the case. 'The United States lldvernment will from KUtimmee Cityu. ->- ifMI" manufacturing ti superior quality ice and solicit: ;their-patronage '
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.tJiat. time'the 'nomID8.tloo'wa. due."There J,. S.jCmpbAll brought
a
lu the summer in nearly. p&rt of send of from the potato ''
every a troop rough rjders 'for the At '
'' saape a large expense we have equlpped ;cur 'p1aftt 'j '
has never been a' minute since to town, few-days ao weighing t-I
the North. 'WtI"re oUr1lnlrt.eclabnperfectiOD Seventh United States Cavalry that with the beat machinery,, that .money{ could, buY'and: are; highly i,
+ tMlt nominating convention was held 181 pounds and can be'seen" 'at Mrs. I.
forFlorida summer w ath- surpasses. anything .of 't.be kind over pleased with the results of the trial .that has been .given it this;:
'thatstpactlon in this Important. matter errjbut clatm'far' before seen.Few people that Alderman's ..tore.CountyCommissioner. , ,
r r.1 ,we can pleasanter .Icnow week.. We are profoundly grateful for'' the encouragement so fsi''r4ivenueand ; K, '
;has been regretted.; __ weather than. tnostof the North is haring in the there to Walker has
Consideration. for the-welfare of theditrlct.whllcompel regular army are manyakllled. )Just completed the grdtng-'-of the shall endeavor to merit continuance ..ot4ourgood,: ;;;: ,,
.thlsmonthj'PhyMcUn horsemen whose daring eclipsesany will and patronage down and ,
by straight dealing, weight first-class ;
thequention whether ; the 'trained public :road<< and .''no.w we eau.drivewithout :
thingAttempted by goods. 'Tickets sale after to-morrow and will
i pn, : our prices .be"" a a
or not it will not be well for Orangecounty and UrsigxisitsFord cowboy showmen of the Buffalo Bill a splash and a jolt. ..
satisfactory Free delivery by our own'wagon 'that of Mf' ''t'
to again forego its' claims and : & Sturgeon, a prominent drug order.: Ft Bat singer it on the boom. ..Mr. M. Gardner who will handle, or: < r"; ; t

urge the nomination as senatorfrom firm at Hooky Ulll Station Ky., write: '. There will r.be such famous' exhlbT\) ? Roebuck has. .just 'put in'a: new well our product Very respectfully: ;,,1 1'U; f..
Hhls'' district, of the Hon. C. A. Carsonof '' sweep'and water will be v "
"We wererequested 'bDr.;, .; O. B. Lions as the.-Last Day. of Pompeii, we presume D SUMMERUN/
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'- Klsslmmee who has so successful' Snlgley to send for Herblne> for'" the with over fwd hundred people tn the plentiful for a. series of 1.10.... PHONE 101 '- . .. /,;' :.

ly represented us for the past twq benefit of customers. We ordered cast, and the moat maglfictent. exhibition -: 'Heavy rains. have'! set in! and,.the : .Manager :

'terms.. three dozen In' December,'and w_( are: of ere works erer seen 'south of; potatoes; corn' and'sugar [cane'are, t M *i-F4.+> M+I''.I..4..t..I.li..4w. "i';'<'. ** M I I IH4 I < '

Of Senator. Carbon's career in thelegislature I glad to say,.Uerblne has given such Manhattan. Beach, There will be a looking- fine and ',a. larger''crop ,to t!

it would be difficult to nayttoo S SAt satisfaction ,we have dup- wresting match for the championshipof the acreage,.Ii expected, this .year \

I much In praise. It can be' said 1 lioatalthlsorderthreetlmeeand_today ,the world between Tom Sharlcey, : than ever before. .

-certainly t.bat.lnt, If anyi men, have we gave, your salesman another order. the famoushesvyweigbt, and, Tom Mrt.S. J., Alderman ,hat just received ; w-nw.np-' $ :/

': made more substantial and enduring We beg to say Dr. O. B.'S ltTr: takes ;.Jenkins the: present'cbampl c.- *The a new stock of groceries, dry t

reputation for ability Integrity, fore- pleasure in recommending Herblne," : band concerts will be by. Conterno's'. goods and hardware, also a' new ,, .t',

taightedness and ..wisdom than has the 60o bottle at Osoeola Pharmacy. famous New York band of fifty,piece. stock of druffst.1.aud can now supplythe .Y< W

young senator from this district. His snd, scores of other attractions of no wants of.the people; D

:services In the legislative-!' halls have The The orange Desoto crop County'In.the.Newa'.tlcinlty Bays'of; 1th less.Importance.warships are expected.American to and be In Brit the: Jame. Alderman and W... S. Coats; 11 } TIE

t t. tservatlve been marked with which that'peculiar' its. coin Arcadia has practically all,' been soldto St.: Zob .. of FV Fierce are spending '"a few days OKLY PI.HGE'J'lIWJ ismt\ E<;,WWTBIT :
ability gives possessor The carnival will cost several thousand -
In" toWD'
jwJUt friends e
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They are .
enjoying '
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local buyers. Messrs. Hoard Jk t
dollars ,_ ,
: the.power Interesting and ID.Huenclng to produce, and It Is sate, ,01 ,
his fellowmen which Reynolds and the OeSoto Fruit Com to say 60.000, visitors from all over themselves catching J2.,.pound '

Hi : Jlnds its -best field In'a power law-making pany, represented by Mr. K.B. Thomas Florida and'.the southern. States, .will trout from.the waters of the beautiful-- i, : : FI'I1fJIJ'f' i : -

; have purchased nearly" fifty thousand bepresent.-. KI..ilnlluHt-Rlyel'.-, .
b bodies. The ?
,:) men who are behind the Jack and *
.Mr Jack Parker hit four "
boxes each'the. prevailing): price ; : oxen .,' 1
t Senator Carson's opinions' are sonville Carnival assure its suocess.- ,;-. ,
; > --sought by ,men of Ride Influence andraoqualntanceship being In the neighborhood 'of 1.2IS W. R.Carter editor of the Metropolis,. are very busy hauling freight aDdp..eDjferl'to ,.
E' per box on the trees. This is an even Is president; Gee. W.: Wilson 'editor and from the steamers, LOLLY.POPS 'VICHY':WATER',

; know him as a who powerful, have man.'',come His to better price than paid last'year, notwithstanding of the Times-Union, Is treaul-er.l.; A. and the sound of Gee Bill and wo-ay ICE CREAM ;.' t 9 MILK SHAKES : :
Holloman editor of the Industrial
the-fact that":the is Bob can be beard early and late., CRAPE JUICE .,\ ROOt BEBR J' -
4 course in the legislatures of which he crop Record Is secretary: H. F. Gary district ,
mat. been member has been thoroughly much larger and better. It is evidence passenger agent of the Southern Mr. SheMn..n'Hwho hat recently ..And all the latest and. V; :/ .' '
1 of the Railway Is general manager, D. U. moved here from Ft. Pierce, where ; {} most ,i ' ''
and warmly approved by th. peo- constant (growing demand for (; / . -r't"- ; popUlar drinks j. ..j. -? .
}Fletcher ex-Mayor of Jacksonville, It
be has been In the blacksmlthing busl '
S
I/ pie and endorsed very largely. bye 1 Florida OraDR't"tI.and Messrs. Heard ie attorney and t.he'dlrector, also Include ness for -a' number of years, U nowputtlngln 'When thirsty. ;.warm tteey will queiiejlr. .L .tfasva '..M.:o 4l
the' DeSoto Fruit .
ay .
.,, :majority-say of the issues before the-'state. purchasers, and packers of Florida Company financier,. bank director and prominent .' an accomplished workman and .m. A parlor.for,the: l ladfes t' 'has-been- speclaJlyVprepared.They f .

,? send discussions in the senate. He bas oranges la the State, hence, they keep be able In a few days to do all kinds will find.Jt.a pleasant place to ,stop';}while out shopping, %... a r
of mechanical work in the latest style, .. ,
thoroughly posted the Wong '
-a thorough knowledge of all th. greatquestions on conditions} A Killer.J. .- : .j)

9 ,. relative to the welfare'of:the of the marketand the probable demandfor ,A. ,J, Montgomery; Puxlco" left T,:Cav the>t.: ohnson'wharf at steamer Ft.' Basdngerea,the Lilly, '.Don't :Jake 'mi"yio d\\ for .It,;b r, ome and see.for'Yoirs f.
Florida oranges: Those of"the .
.estate, and Is in a position to maker : Wayne Co.:,- Mo., .writes; "I have to KltsUnmee '.. \ ',' ," "
route with'the
.Stlmself felt ...,rywhere. orange growers"who harenot already little twin girls'who have been botb'ered following ;
"
, Of Mr. Carson's. private life? of hisbusiness sold their fruit would;do 'well to hold 'With worms all' their lives: I list of. pastingers on boards: 'Mrs II : ., ; ':t .,..'e'
It for a good price as the proepectsirethat I Freeman, and' four ''children, Miss '. ,. .
'/ =
abliity,_of. his progressive tried everything; to relieve them which Alderman :
*rand active participation. In all ,Florida'oranges will bring a failed Beulab Mr. Bruce and .- "" ,\. ,..
things until ,,1 used White's Cream ''' ".o'V' ,.. ,
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\that make for..th.' well of the better price this winter than ever before Vermlf the Flnice Alderman, Miss Antale Adlson, ''N. '. ,
,, being e; first two doses broughtfour '' '
Aft in the of the Miss Cuthburt Underbill' 'Ed. Under I ;,\ '
history state when !
4t :people there is no occasion now to wottns from one of them,, the''nexttwo : : 'a'rl'A-n ..' I ',?'
(
hID 'Zlb''Adilon. Mr Sturgeon Ij
the crop _a..proport. onateI1 as large.' : and : ;;
>peak; all these things are well knownand does, twelve, one of them measur P' '
This -is due to the superiority of the family,, 10110. .Mr, Hoselberry and Ji( '" .'1. .... 1' . :
approved by kls friends and neigh !na-.t.weln Inches; the other'child: was ,'. ; t" ;; )
bon here; '' Florida 'fruit overthat, of Cali'fornta only of four worms.. It is family; ; I ,
'' relefved ampst Alderman : :Ps iit ;
Miss Caddie entertstnedquite k"
; :
Mexico Islands
u. Reduced toa simple proposition) or any of the ? excellent .medicine.". White's .. : R t .J

,the question Jt! this, will it not be bet and the constantly increasing demand. Cream. Vermifuge Is -good for child home a, number Wednesday'of you" afternoon.at her Ice :' .., .. -to;: ;;

'ter for this county to. freely,. frankly There are quite, a number'' of oranges reIt 'not 'onJil- ut.rol' ''worms, cream, cake and lemonade were serred. '

and heartily Insist that Mr. Carson in the upper'counties" this 'year, .It helps the 'child to* perfect growth, Among those present were the Misses GWriteedWeatherprdot .
1 :be returned' the senate,, where be which ''will, no'doubt,' 'bring en even wards off sickness.: COo ''at Osceola Theresa BUI .rd.'''Charlotte, Milton .
better price i.n\tru1\Of\ this section, " Tlshie Parker, Rosa Ferrell, Beullah : .
bas ao' cc .tlll1., 'represented us be- Pharmacy.- Alderman.
Among the
Mr.
men were F1
[ niforef owing to the advantage/In freight rates. thec1o1' \ James Alderman. and.W.'L.. Coats of . ;,
//A bright newspaper gives ,
t While in a technical 1 sense, perhaps, Ft.; Pierce., :' 11'i
.:',.. .. E.a.of Sttt.rrlakt.t'Twophyalcians lowing definition of "contine-entfe:" \"

,'" :;v;Orange the nonor win the next time be due to !' ha.d .a, long" and ,Vlt 1*-the fee that the la"1ercharjfe'--. BASsnraBR REPORTERS,,; : .. -. '. <,;..
will the 300i.1903.;
county not
yet 'J
1' ; ...greater benefit by returning COUIlt.1reoel. the stubborn fight with an;abce.a on myright as conditional. he brings' a suit fora July" I :: Fox, Sale' :bF: l't ;; ",' l
lung" writes 'J; F. Hughes of client and loses be (lawyer),, gets Wsteh for A Chill., t
gentleman who has '
11 'wisely represented so faithfully county'as well end DuPon,'Ga." !'and'gave.m'eup.' livery nothing; If' he .wins, bis< 'client' 'gets. v\ However slight J !at this time of"year r W B. MakiiisoiiGeneral Oot )

: SMI"his. own,. than by sending anew body thous-hi'm1 time'bad; oom... Asa nothing.: "> and in: this climate" 'it'I. the forerumerof .
last r .onJ: tried ''Dr.T JOnpNew: malaria. A '' ,
and untried mm to represent .us? Suicide Prveated.: disposition yawn, .,. .
'
Thinking men will say yes., and will Discovery for consumption.1 The benefit The startling: announcement that a and'an all tired out feeling even come eod3.eraiz.. .' ;
I received was striking, and. I was before theohUle Its :' ,
Insist that Her bine by "
, ;whatever Mr. Carson's preventive of suicide had been discovered prompt '
'Inclinations .the subject 'may ,be, on my feet in a few days.' Now; I've will lntere.tmany. 'A.run down stimulative acton on the liver, drives :: Hardware. Sporting I '.t
'he entirely regained my health >?'It conquers the malarial germs'out of the :
> ought to be :'requestedby leading system, orvdespondency.' Invariably' .'system, I "
t ; democrats of this county to again. be all Coughs,. Colds and'.Throat precede suloid* and something''bat' purifies the.blood, tones' ,;;,up the'11'- : ? Goods., : .iv
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Jt come a oaudkS_. and Lung troubles.' Guaranteed by: been found that will prevent< that'condition tem .'and restores health.. Mo at '
Osoeola Pharmacy Price .Wo, and Sl.OO. i Osoeola.. Pharmacy .. -
; '
Pntsa.'Eel. to, ft All. | Trial bottles' tre... which makes: suicide' likely. At' Get prices'on barbwire before iHtf"'kf8J l
and bo
r {i: .J0 i A' rrl8You_ wail ft.I Det-oomel -' the first though of self destruction take Itat. .Pros,. IA...,.*.., -- .' nails 1 .. .?., i ii .'
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asa '
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!!t ", result of unbearable'pain from ;;Ch.ep Bxoaraloas, Electric. Bitters: It bela'f'a great The weather is i.ry*wsm'aow.'There . I! + **** i* *>4*>V'ii'*>l'k' M overd
'Southern'and'; Florida tonla and nervine Will thejaeryes ... ... '; .a a
On strengthen --
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Georgia ; ---
5 ,.faxed orar t.D.. Dizziness; Backache,Liver has been, ions 'Seasonablerains ,, ;.,.,

..\ and ,Railway,, Trains leave Palatka dai led build up the system.It's In.this part'reo DU,. ) ,'- '. ' .,. . . :
compliant "
Constipation. But
; "
( ly 6.1ft a. m. 'and 5. 00 p. nv Trains also a great Stomach, Liver and rIldt '''' .
thanks to,Dr. ''King's New" Life" Pills leave .Jacksonville. 'a. m.'..' and A yery.oclal party waa'enjoyed by N.E. ?':iI M. ,AR'KST'' -.t' O'vt
'' 7.60 "regulator Only boa Satisfaction a number of young : ; -
at the
people hospitable
p..m. r
; they put an end to U all. They ;are ?'' ) ., : :
gentle but thorough., Try them. Only FBOM JAOKso NVILt .' I, ,.M guaranteed, by'Oaeola Pharmacy home of Mr.' and Mrs,.Wn A.Eubanks 't j' -' '

:; ; 810.55--Monteagle, Tea .. and return, MSss Rota iLea-TUllr,. one of theta, ,.: a few days' ago. ':Ot.D7.STAND., .; '
.' _, August 3, 4, and 5. Limit Aug.15*. elnattnff. young-ladles-of this' city, is Misse. Julia, Klzzle and .,Mettle (;" dt. -

I (16.35-Monteagle,'Tenn.snd. return, lpeadlD8. few, day -at:.Klstlmme*=:;'' Lanier. .,under the ears'of Mrs.FloridaM. REEVES. : ,& 'WOOD. ,.P 9p.. .. '
This .
is a Georgia boy'* account of August 7 to 11. .Limit'August 31. .' : : Jf:

bla, father's "entranoe'Into'' politics: .I8C.Tts-SaD'Francla, CaL-- and return Tampa Trlbutnc'?, t ...v... Herndon a* Blue creek attended)]..., church Saturday:at services and :.. '- .0',. .:*

'Dad bas took the stump.. ' 'I :dunno ; .,July 31 to August..''i3, inolnslve. :7tlt.',D.att1M,PNalty: .1 Sunday V 4< f . Having il.wclaal.Qourselveetbaetateyin} 'the,meat m i. :' ,,

,, who run. him up .it-but h.'. 'on It, ,'17.20-M, arietta Limit October' 'J- A little'thing sometimes result*'ittd.attb' ,miamI Platt and.'wUe were over fVom -rk. c.-t business we take, this1"method.;J-soUeltlng; "';at Ieast m|
} Lult share
Jest the sama., Dad..Is after'aoffis.. '.and Gainesville LIthiaSprliifi-s, Thus.a mere'lsorattthl': ; ileigniiaanr.ut.'or ) of your.trada and afaall endeavor to merit It by prompt..
and Melbourne visitingrelatives
return good :I'week
.. One paper. says .h* Is a born .)I.rJ 'until October SU, :, 'PUQ7 boll$',haret paid1the ago. :' *ervic.; fair: and libecaAdfiaUng:and;handling: x 0y the k-aet 1 ; : 4'' ;

& 1 mother one says be stoled' a. bos, an' Reduced excursion rates M. all snnW-: -death penalty.; .WIrw1N'tohave' Mrs. I. W.? tanlof' paid''Mr*., r M.flearddon : meats the country affWH f'"Besfr{ mutton' and 'porkV.'aa; .

"" .one says he ran 'off withawldder. flier tourist points good returning un BucklenVArnloa,Salve over' bandy, a.Visit .'; r> ', and all "id eeaeon., Free., deliYery-and. prompt eervlce. Js. owT _'-:/ '
: 1&d.SI1"1Ulai "or ,, ,
,When ma heard all' 'them jA9ttot' '
OotoberJ3U-i ;". Write for new descrip w ,'I'" <
the best ....- "' .s-' ,&aura to"...., .
t'' ; things she said she thou she'sstglad tive ,folder'mailed free, r :' fl's S. on;; earth' and will ;i.M.; pettier has moved" to Taylor 't' -T 1 fij: a. :-J*', -!. .,$ ',,:", ' .: .i. ,.I i;'Y '
'' ) knowsd.him': before; but [ r -' J "- J. 11.- RAlrraty prevent' faUllty, wben-Bsrbpi'sore.; ; meek=soldJlhls:: > 'place 'h n. .Dallastanler ; ; :: ,' 1:1:t' ::J."T.'RBBVBS.. '' ? t
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:HIM "''AGAIN.."; Florida's Summer Weather. A TRADES CARNIWLJo BASSINGER 'BRIEFLETS.., : \ .'iJ,- .
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ys tbcortI1l4 Records 'and originally' from Indiana and -are Be Held )In Jacksonville: in A Newsy Letter from the:Lower
: tate\Bank'fKisSimmee'
Refers to 'Senator Carson \ noted for' their cpnotentiousnessin November to Eclipse all Her ',.. ,

*, ait, that or do, thus 4; End of the County; . .. .. . .
as His Own Successor. speaks of Florida's' summer climate Forriier'Efforts.Jacksonville.: I r
Cow bunting Is the latest.; topic'of "' ,;; r tM .
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: Under the"above heading the Orlan-- ;: Fla., July 2'lth'-The: the'"aaon", IiJ:

f, do Record; has the following to say of : "Perhaps some"of' lee'ou.our .Northen Jacksonville Trade Carnival. will be' Col. ''H., A1derman''mad.. a. flying/ Offers,to.Customers Eirery\ :FacilityConsistent :' f ,
readers, wen they weather .
I Hon. C. A, Carson of this place which held during the: week beirlanlnir.: .No.vember business .trip to' Fri Pierce Tuesday,' with Sound Management ;
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week It ,
report this .and .compare r t.
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t U full and explicit any 2. It will take place of the .
so thatjwedeera with the! :heather, they are,.baYJng', returning Wednesday ..
'more than an ." Gala. Week which has been..the...regurlar I I. "
thereto, : can-be whistling In alldirections
addltloo expres Quail heard ,
Eslon otour appreciation. Iu'seeingoud will sigh for thecool: breeiQV of fall,fe..tu8lln. that city. for: a num : and presume quall.b9Qt.- 'j'ersonal' AttentloQ'. 'W' 'Ail Bustneai: 'lntrnsted' -te4Us..1

townsman' mentioned. .Florida.. But even the thermometer berof years and It will far exceed anything : : F '1 :'. "
j,fellow highly does not tell the whole Ing will be the topic of next season* :..11 ,I': .
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story.A oKth*kind before .. ,
[f at not.only unnecessary. but altbgeth temperature that gets up towardthe the South. The 8Y'1''grand promenade,attemptedIn Mrs. Pierce Is having a new house N., B., ''CARSONoAeHwR: ;,:, -
superfluonEThe built- and o t ty
er IIlnet.lftslQ the middle and the sound of the saws
of'the.day which will lead to't.heoaMllval.t.adh
time la'itoon coming when It w\Ube seeun cool or'even to hammers can'be 'bearct. in all parts of Jl 4t.
not so ,
may very will be entered through a great Grecian '
_ i necessary for this sentorla) district the maximum of, 83 or 84of yesterdayand arch covered with electric the city.. I t. *. _

too tike consideration the'nomlna- the day before. Bui fully ten to liirhbi., literally In. this. promenade will be '.. The razorbacks areJoQk.lng strong . .___ _ _, : . __ ._'_. ....:, -', : '. ," !
't.IQof a candidate for state senator, fifteen) degrees can 'be subtracted for -- and 'healthy'sviid., can be seejg,turnlng H 'I. .t t ".J-BJ ."
number of free!' attractions and on -" 1:
',,As Is' well:known, ,the custom has the character of heat. 'There has not either side will, be, lined .-Ihe variousiid4ihows the sod the In paoslj] any._direction. lit and .t'; 'THS7 r '4' J 3 ,
nominationalternately about
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the city
been heretofore to giye been a day this, summer:when, tb 1'ewai something'entirely new,
to Osoeola and Orange no breeze. to be had from some unlike those 'formerly In this .C Roebuck's steamer Basslngeris .

counties': ; the two counties which com. quarter, and. that was' riot a hot breeze State,' and every objectionable seen feature ,hauled out'on the ways for repairsand Kissimmee: Ice, Compaiiy; } :
this'senatorial .district. When will' be launched In a few days in
pose but the cool, refreshing breath;of the front them will be eliminated. In the
\, the question came up he. last time, all Atlantic. or the Oulf\ And then1' the stadium, which I.' nothing more Qor first'class shape Is Now Ready: for Business. !
were agreed, that Orange. county wouldbe nights have been cool invariably and less than, an Immense* ampltheator.., Postmaster Walker Miss Charlotte ;

better served by the then' Incumbant so' far this .e..oo. and rarely'any there will be attraction tot. .national Milton, and Miss TUhie Parker ai 'TAKE THIS.'METHOD OF .INFORMiNQ.THE PEO.'; 'h..4 ,
WE'
than if a nomination were,',made from year', we have not a night ,of -oppressive and Int.erDatlonallntereltN '. rived yesterday on the steamer.Lill'from of Klssimrnee and coniiguoiis,territory that Tare,1tow4;,: { ; J

,;this county,"although to' Orange' "at; beat. ,"'as! It is so' often the caseIn The United States Government will Klsslmmee City, ; .j)4) manufacturing a superior quality of ice and solicit their patronage ,; .t k

that time the nomination was due. the .um'mor-\ii. cearlevery. part of send a troop of rough riders fronUheSeventh'United .Mr-.S.>Campbell brought a potstoe for' the'same- large. expense we have equlppediour'pJant.i
There haw never been a- minute since the North.. We got trying to claim States-Cavalry thatsurpasses to town view days ago weighing
are ; with the best machinery that..money. Could buy' .and are, highly ;< .
that nominating convention was held perfection""forFlorida: summer wealher anything .of the kind h... 181. pounds andean be'\seen'. at ..Mrs.Alderman's r,. pIas.ed.with the results of the .trial that ,has been, given It.tWe;, : -0

that its action In this Important matter ..but wecan: claim far pleasanter before seen. Few people know that store week. We are profoundly grateful for,'the" encouragement far:
Commissioner Walker has
:has been regretted., bfahe: weather than. mostof the North, It having ' in the regular army there are so many County given us and shall endeayor to merit continuance of yourgood:; I,'. aXI
'Consideration for the welfare this monthI skilled horsemen whose daring eclipsesanything .. Just completed the 'grading' Of thepublic' z
\ will and patronage by straight dealing down weight first-class f.
..dl.irlC"all road and drive
compel thequeotlon weather I Pb1SI:1. ,. attempted by the 'trained 'now we can. I goods., Tickets prrsale .after to-morrow:: and ,our prices will, be ,
or not It will not be well for Orange and Drsgglets cowboy showmen of the Buffalo Bill without. splash suds Jolt.: '
that of
satisfactory. Free delivery by'oW' own' Wagon or MrJ, i
-county to again forego fan claims and I Ford fe: Sturgeon,'. prominent'drug order. _it Ft. Basslnirer is on" the boom. Mr. Mr Gardner who will handle our product. "

;urge the.nomination, as_senator from firm at Rocky Hill Stat.loia. Ky.; write: 'There will be such famous erhlbl- Roebuckhas just put IDA Dew well Very respectfully- ;, . ; ,

ithls district, of the Hon. C. A. Carson "We were' requested by D... O. B. lions as tbe.Last' Days of Pompeii, sweep and presume .,wlter will be j D. ',VY.. SUMMERUN,

-of Klssla&mee, who has so successful Snlgley to send for Herblne. for the with over two hundred people, in the plentiful for a series of ,ean. ", PHONK.101 Manager. : ,

.ly represented us for' the past two. benefit. of ,customers'\ '. We ordered Oliti; and |he most;maglflolent ,,i exhibition "''Heavy', .rains, have set In and the r. .- ": +
.terms. I three dozeD In: December, and we arealad't.o.'nerblne of fire works erer seen .. ut.h' of potatoes, corn' andvsugar ;,cane1are". ++++... .. ... .4.. ...... It" H.... . .. .. t II it.. . I "U

> Of Senator! Carson's career in the : : ha. gfven such Minhattan Beach, The.,111; be a looking fine' and a larger1' crop ''to I

legislature it would be difficult to say great satisfaction that. we have. dup wresting match for 'the championship the acreage ,Is' expected" this, .year

-Coo much in praise.. It can be' said ; Iicstedthis order threetime.Land today ofj.be'world,:' between Tom 'Sharkey, than ever before. .

certainly that few' If any men; nave we gave )'ou..ale.mananof.be.'order. the famous heavyweight, and Tom Mrs.8.. J., Alderman :has .us. received " ,. .11lESS':. 'GOLDDtIJQT C I :

made more substantial and enduring I We beg to sal Dr. O. B.. Satgly takes Jenkins, the present champion.The a' new stock of groceries, dry : -

.'reputation for ability, Integrity;; tore. pleasure In recommending Herblne., band concerts will be by Conterno's. goods and hardware also a, new t i'r,: Y: >

:aightedness and wisdom than has the COo_bottle, at o.Oeola Pharmacy. famous New York band of fifty pieces, stock of 'drugs and .can .DOW supplythe y "- -_ .w' +
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young senator from th(.dl.trlot. His I and scores of other attractions. of no wants of the people

[, services in the legislative."' halls' have I The The orange Desoto. 'crop'County In the'News vicinity'Says of; less warships Importance.are expected American to and be In BritIsh the James ,Alderman and'7PV S. Coats, THE OUT P.LRGE'JJIWJ} TIE E' -JWTMTLOLLY ;
marked'with BSIK
,been that peculiar coniservatlv'e. : '
,Arcadia ha. practically all been sold St. Johns. of TV Pierce, are spending a fe"da7 1 .
I% I' ability which gives, its possessor . The carnival will cost several thousand in': town with' friends, They..arcenjotngthemsslvev'catching I .. .. '
to local MessrsHeard
the power interesting and InJluenclng buyers., it dollars to produce, and It is safe '
f, his fellowmen, which Reynolds and the DeSoto Fruit Company to say. 60,000 visitors from all.over .) 12 pound \ \ '; .,.. ;
i a power represented by Mr. E.B. Thom Florida and,the southern States' will trout from the water. .of the beautiful. FOIJTJIJ. ,
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best :
JDnds its field In law-making 1 ;
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I present.- Klaslmmee, River; r
as, have purchased nearly fifty thousand '" .
bodies.f I The : .
who'are behindthe1 -
men Jacksonville ,
boxes each the pl'ev..l1Intr'prloe. Mr- Jack Parker and his four oxen ;> > 'OJ,
Carnival Its .
Senator Carson's 'opinions arenought assure success.W. f '
(: "r .. men being In' the neighborhood of 91.25 R.Carter,editor of the Metropolis I are very 'busy; hauling freight 'andpa.sengersto J. '" '. "" ,
of wide -Influence
r; by and and from the/steamei1 ----- '-- . . ,
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per box on the trees. This is an even is president; Oeo. _W.t Wilson 'editor POPS- ".- --- YICHY.." A -'If'' "
raoqu&lntanceshlp.who' have come toknow better price than -paid last'year, notwithstanding of the Time.-U' [ ; Is treasurer;Jj A. and the soup of Gee Bill and 11'0-' &' -- -- ICE CREAM MILK SHAKS ,'r ,c

him as'a powerfl1l- man., HisKX Holloman, editor of the Industrial Bob can. be heard early and late., :'GRAPE JUICE : ROOT > "
the fact that, the crop". .% BEER
Is H.
ur. In the of which hethai Record secretary: F. Gary district
> e legislatures .
much larger and better: 1Visevidenoe passenger agent'of. the Southern Mr. Sherman Hart, who has recently . .. r :And all the latest and ; .... ,\ a '

1, been a member has been thoroughly of the constant growing demand for Railway, is general manager, D.: U. moved here from Ft Pierce; where \\If.\ ,' ,; ?:: ; .... .i''h.vmost' popular dtittk.. '. "j,: 'p, ,0 1. .. ; _
and <
warmly approved' 'by"the people Florida :Fletcher ex-Mayor of Jacksonville. ha has been in the blacksmlthlng business f'T'1.A *" '?" <.f ':,.|,,.A'<\' *** ''uI N ? V ?l i il.' :', -li
oranges.1 Messrs. !
& and endorsed very largely bl Heard ft attorney, and the >directory 'also includes for'a' number of is now ,'. ,,;,When styand: warm titty wilt guea..tIN '.tUntjjrou > 'I Q' '

fats ....ocla'te.. It Is:not too much to" Reynolds and the DeSoto Fruit Com'pany 11.: A. MoEachern, vice-presi. putting In av ftrt.'clali shop years bere.,'!He ottr( ,rx"2,1, V" MvjV, '\fcx ;;MI>"i j.J" ,', ':h.;:' 't.',"., 'r. 'f1\W't"1
"t '' (
.- th'he has been-right on'a. .vast are, perhaps the two largest dent/of the Consolidated Naval Stores ; : ; );1 ; ,
r say purchasers, and packers" Florida, Company,.bank director_and,prominent. is an accomplished workman ..nd.w111 : A-parlorfor tlieladiee'hu'been': ;. specially'prepared,'. TheyM
r majority-of the Issues before the-state "- ----
financier,, .
and discussions In the senate. He has oranges In the State hence, they keep be"r.ble"Jn' a few days"to do all kinds will find. .it a pleisant'place to: ,stop. 'while out, shopping.? ..; ",*i"
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of mechanical work in the latest style, ..
thoroughly ] the conditions '
wt thorough knowledge of all t.be.-.eat. postedaon' A Worm. ,,Killer.. > -
"Capt.. Johnson's steamer the Lilly '
t questions relative to the welfare of'the of for marketand the probable' demand J. A. :3* Montgomery, Puxico, left t.bwharf ,at Ft. Basilnger, en; Don't;Jake 'my Yford for It bat come and seefor; 'Yowsilf:

estate, and is in a position to ,rn&ke !'Florlda oranges.' .' Those of the Wayne, Co;.' Mo., writes. ;' 'I have route to Kisslmmee wlth'the following .." .' ff ." ,
?himself felt everywhere, '-- orange growers who have not already little twin ;:who have' been r'z
girls bothered .
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list 'of passingers on board: Mrs - It .
sold theirfruit would' to hold
do well
Of Mr, Carson's private life, of hisbusiness with ,worms all their lives I n ... ..
it Freemen 'and, four children, Wlsi ; - :- ----.z:: : :: .. );
for a good price ;as the ,
) ability, of, his progressive prospectsare tried everything to relieve them which Beulah .Alderman Mr.. Bruce and wanwv::.:+ .
land active participation in all things; that Florida oranges will bring a failed "until I used .White's Cream y,! ; .I
"xthatnoake for. the well better,price this winter than. ever bet the Flnice Alderman, Miss.Annie Adlson, ,, .' .; '
doses
being jotTKS Vermifuge; first two brought

'people there Is 'no occasion pow 'to fore In the history of the state when four worms from one of them; the neal bill Miss, 'Cuthburt Zlb ,Adlson Underbill, Mr. Sturgeon Ed. TTnder-and 11ar1'1'1 ,'. J < ;.:,v vI ;:{

speak all these things well known the crop proportionately ..large. two does of them .. ... ,
; are twelve, one measuring 'also and I .,; !
family Mr.
This U due to the .superiority of the Boxelberry :
..nd: -approved by his friends and neighbors twelve inches; the other child, was f 1'H,.. ,

here: ; .'Florida. fruit over Uiat of Call only.relelved of four worm.. It is a family Miss?Caddie Alderman\ entertained. I i- ."\ Pavia,- .i>!
'fornla Mexico 'islands ,
of the '-1.1'
Reduced ,toa simple proposition, any most excellent ..medicine.," White's :' .
quite a number"of young people at her ,\
;the question ,is,this, will' .it not be bet- and the con.t.anU'loore..lnr demand. Cream Vermifuge is 'good, for""child home Wednesday afternoon. Ice :

far. for this county to\ freely,' frankly There are quite number, of oranges rel\. 'not''only.-destroys/worms' ; , cream cake and lemonade were lHfto+ed. ? 'iJ44I:

and heartily, innlst t.ha'iMto; Carson In the'upper'counties' this ,year, It'helps the child to perfect growth, Among those present were the MissesTheresa GKaraiteed.. l., :

be' returned to the senate. 'where he which will no doubt,, bring an even' wards off sickness. 60o 'at Osceola Hlllfard!Charlotte Milton -------,. '

': hat successfully' represented be- better price thantfrult\ : this section: Pharmacy Tlsble Parker Rosa Ferrell' Beullah 'I' r Z
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5' Aide'msn. Among the men were Mr. Weatherpmof|f' :
owing tothe advantage In frelghi rate. ,
'J.fore |f A James' Alderman. and! :W, I., Coats of
bright the following
gives
:,,.r While In a technical sense, perhaps, Bitter Plall t'*. deflnlllon newspaper of;a"'contingentfee; :" Ft.- Pierce. ... '.\
> the honor will the ,
be
next time due to B"8SINOQIbroRTD8:
."Two i physicians had a, long and "It Is the fee that the lawyer"charges: > "
Orange county, yet will not the county .July 30th, 1903. .. I .;;
receive benefit the stubborn, fight. with an :aboess on my conditional. If he brings a.suit for .t'Qr: e&1.;, "P7 .
greater by returning writes a client and loses, be (lawyer) Watch ,
right lung" J. F. Hughes' gets If; or Chill.,

,ventleman wisely represented who has this so oounty faithfully,'a. well and DuPont, Oa/ "and gave' me'up.. Everybody nothing; if: he. wins,", his client gets However slight at this time of.. year W B. ';Makinson :eO

SM his own- thanby sending a'' :newS thought my time' had come.: ,Asa nothing._ and In't.bli climate' it is the f r rumer ; tf
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aoa IIn.trled.man to represent.',u.? last resort I tried Dr.-: Kings New > Suicide Prevented.: of malaria.: A disposition to yawn .

Discovery for consumption.:,>The benefit and an all tired'out f..linllev8D come Z:1ocI10T11ISlz'. : r,
Thinking men will say yes, and will' The startling announcement that a *
insist that. whatever I received was striking,, and, I was: suicide been beforethe chill. Herbine by Its prompt '
Mr Canon's preventive of had discovered , '
'' on ray 'feet in a few'' days/, Now, I've stimulative acton on the liver, drives GeneralHardware ":;<
Inclinations' on the subject may be, will Jnt.ereat.man. A,run down i ''Sport ?
entirely regained my health "It. conquers the malarial of the 0. .; ,
the.ought. to be requested germs ont system, t.'. y
despondency
..'by leading system, invariably ."..,
all Coughs Colds Throat Goods. "
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and "
democrats suicide purifies the,blood, tones .up,the' '
of Ibis county to again be precede, and something has system .. ; !
and 'troubles.
come! acaadtdate.A Lung 'Guaranteed by been found that will prevent that.'condition and restores health.. Oo' at

I, P.la ..'BII4(kII:' J'II :Osoeola Trial bpttles. Pharmacy free.Price,:, COo; and tl.OO which makes suicide likely.. At Osoeola Pharmacy., .' G6tipTIG6S'OA barb g11r6811d'allsbatora' '-ba u i ltf6 I Isaw Hii; .1

; 'grievous; wall' ':oftlmes.' comes as xoarst-era. the first though of self destruction' lake Itm. From La"I..*!.' ww .- ". '- "t ,.,'
Cop B rOn Electric. Bitters It being a wvw
.r .:>.* result Of unbearable pain from over'taxed % great The weather Is verjrwarm now.
and tonlesrad'nervine 'will strengthen the 0
organs. Dizziness; O ol1fa'Soutb n' Florida There has 'been some ,seasonable ,
B&Ckach..1J Railway., Trains leave Palatka daily nerves Mad build up the system. It's :' .
., ver compliant and Constipation.,. But : 0.15... m.and 5. CO p. m...Trains also a great Stomach Liver and 'Kid* rains in this part recently- !' -=
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thanks to Dri:, King's. New Life ,.Fills leave Jacksonville 7.45. a. 'rn. and A very social party was'enjoyed: .bya NEWBASS'' MAR' ; 4JYir :t'
.. ol
regulator. COo.) Satisfaction
Only
they put an _40 ..It 'all. They '.'areI 7.60p.m.: . '< -< b.o.ceol". number:, of young people"at the hospitable I II.

I gentle but tb01'01I&"h.1'1\" them.: :Only nWM 3.U>>CSONVILUCj guaranteed' 'Ph.1'1DacJ', home of. :Mr. ,and Mrs.. W.A. STAND'l y;" ; '

25o.. ..Guaranteed by Osoeola' Pharmacy. 110.35-Monteagle;'Tenn..and return MCss Rosalie-Tllllr,'on.of the fsJcleating Eubanks. s few days ago. OLD: .

t .: ,_' August 3, 4, and' A. Aug.:15> ,young ladle! this city,"'.is Misses. Julia KUcto' and., ..Mattle: '

i t18. & .Monteagle,"Tenn. and. return, spending a few days st; ,Ki' ilmme..-- Lanier under.the caN of Mrs.FloridaM. REEVES, A; o.ijQ; .. PROB'Si, J 11 1Havhgarsoclated'oursajveitoaeilierIn"the'meitmar :

? t This I. a Georgia'. ;,00'' account. of. -August 7.to 11. Limit August. 31. Tampa Trlbuaas;'' .' Herndon attended churchat services : : ; _, ,',..
his father's entrance ,Into politics! I ,M4.75San'Franclsoo CaL- and return at Blue creek last and ; ::5-.
Saturday .
,"Dad has took the stump. 'I dunno July 31 to August f.3inclu- '(vTh Deaf.1h.1! & > .' t :
Sunday,
who him sive. Limit October 15.$1ZMarietta'1thla8pringgLuufa. A kei business we take!: tide'method: of soliciting at,J..t'&t. &
-, run up It-but he's on' It, ,littia"ehing'someti5iss'<< resultsih. , BttUn''Plats ad wife were oter from r
Jest the same. Dad" U after 'a' offls. death.> shared .trade' endeavor to merit it by prompt1service
,,and Gainesville and return, gooduntil 'Thlll.a merescratch; Insignificant Melbourne visiting relatives ;.a ;weto. : : ,?
On. i;paper says he Is a born ,liar; October 31.. eut*or punyboll*' have' paid! ago; : fair and Jibe. ,anc\: (handling only the best;; 'r 4\\

Another'one says be stoled. hoe, an' Reduced excursion rates to ''S.!) sump the death penalty;; ,Ifls-wlse'to-have' Mrs.:I,/M. 10161paid'''Mrs.; F", Mfiearridon : meat the country h .waj'mutton',1nd "'pork:eaoh"t: -v' .
.
othel' "one says; he run of with a met tourist points !good returning un B\1eld\ Il'- ; handy.It's .. visit last ,".5". rand alllitjsoaeon., .* ,'rree.delivery,and prompt servlceis. ; our't' f .
wlddw, AVben, ma'heard all them October 31 ArntcaSaly.earth a Sunday.- 1 rri/tTrjvrt i 0 v.1' r{ 1 "
Write ;
foroewdeacriP' the t ;Yours to pies.. G ., ''' '
thing she ..14.he thought. that she tive. .folder. mailed freo. i', !. ; i aadwlll' Taylork :t.t .J ...:.. -"--:" ----..... "'_r., Fw r: / :::!1 .;
.knowed.hlm' before; but she's glad '._. .' ".J. H. : prevent'at&l1t1Wbe; >Barhs.v;: Sores; : ,;1. ., RSBvaS;: .." '" .tJ ,
," she's done found him out at last., an' J); :A1 Went Bay:"'BArrrsayro19rivtlh % Ulcers and lPner threaten.:' Onl/\t SC; Laol r' buying ,: ahd: iutendilgy.ise. ;f'HONE'81''. \\ y'' ; > \ : .'
.. .H.M {
: -: UI''I'' him'again: !" 7 .. . .. ..,.. WPOD'. ,. f
: ,, .t..l1.the! ketches ; ..Fla.' il, \ at: .Osoeola;,Pharmacy.: h aa ', t( . -" _'. ,, .. .
UT' "SSI Hi Jj/fj/ i, / ''t'' orange. grove; ,Qf :
.. .
"' "J.. t r "1'1'' .. 1I. ." '. ., ,. '-".. "" f ' "Vlr"*!' "
.
l uifr ".(....-: ;::-:...' ''I',; V*>* ;-j.".< . "wikry'. .. for . '' .. Ii" ., "*: Ii :f.i7tf;
,.,' '" : t"-.' :. .'.' (;;k.i :K' .:/! '. -, 4 .
w J.6 do ,iAt.iJU.....-..:; J.. ... .. ,.... .t.r'..< o. I.... ""' ,1. H.". "a or, _e,,[,,,.."..p"(.... 'J.;' ; ;' <'>lfu. :..4'YlYeikl44 J'I:;" '..J( >''f..w;" 0;."." :.,."",""'.'''L r 1 Jot,. , ;
.. AN. 'taaunaxum ... ... ,,....
2> .dI
M " '., '. .f ,' .. ",. .' ,.' >" ,?. .u' w" aea't '; .,<.- .'"tft, :.1" 'of'; ..d y.r', a. =, --.1>.' ;
'..: : t
.1Milee



d.. t< ir ,. ri It a"
TrL.L



w '. -- .,
I IMo wheat he Calla upon.hlr neighbors depetuJencIea, where oil sup In the,
hay or
ouecessful Submarine' Taste: .83888% . . . . . and In return: offer his own sere open air, surrounded. by tree and flow*

Some Important naval manoeuvre. vice At the end of each harvest a era. '

c place! recently between the Isle 'Peculiar .Nation. festival,called\ tbe.mobftr'bcD all men The women of the cities' combine ilea: f

ttaerV. dear Kar ochelle, .seryiaiis a and",women engage iluvlha- kola or ropenn and Drlcitfal t'1I5hloll..10' their t \ i;

I k."ftI.' fu>parlnli o.%. ,o.. at- national: dance. An Immense,circle la dress! ;' ,An'.emuTuldered skirt and tarclu.erehlef ..

ba tle Jripa., o ;the'IFrenchMlern.aQOadreallwhigher'\' People ire Clean' Hopltibleund\, formed of men'and-wpmell: aiterul tln'aid'oldID' /:.' cover tjje bust, held In I>lac.

defended ** s 'Rellgrlous.-SomethlnK About', each other by the'hnuil or with Bon-era* dr*t a gold ,rin. A. heavj I\
torpedo boat deatroyera.The thO 'centre the g-ypojr bandplays
by four i waist In :
.... . .
-- - -
;! Korixan/ succeeded In' torpedoing I Their Customs. ix this.nationalulra...

several ot the battleships, and having I .' ,f The clrclerovolve slowly, In curvn

attacked vessel" 'on.one aide passedunderneath' I .. .. .. ..Ill,:Cm ma. Paddock. TetfordKfKW '' -the steps;. a 'serlerrDf' ; 1mtt-lJ.. ta1ldl.11f..
"
lbe fDAT"kttllCked""and'" II Jumps executed with /great dworuniv a.i .
discharged a torpedo against the other No Servian will consent to be a bouwe
Y m m mm ,.mmm..... m m. 'aDd"hlt'n
.1IId6Tbe/ torpedo boat destroyer "'" r servant-even 'the cooks {

.,; 'were <_IIII.\G .pl' y..UtJa.',attack. Servians, who call of their .songs I ill tbo keynote of hope- ....rvantl'comlng from Croatia Austria!

The .tUeabip.Admiral Trehourat; "' Serbs or Sprbs. fulnes and brightness. Many of their or Hungary. Maize, I* the principalcrop i

I J'IJ.: (] ,., .... representing 'the nerar'a rdlvlon; o.-OjUE .descent from a come ballad are like Longfellow's "Hln- the rent of the arable land BWrrg.

.,)V,. !, r J tried, 16 feaaa 'the Vouthera fentry .to, ;Jt ot.tfiars Invited'by wa th..lo meter. Of their poetry ,jit given to potatoes, hemp vine, tobacco,"

low/. IV another one ..of' the the roadstead ofJlLavSUltowhichwf' Emperor Heraclius to has ,been, aald to" ue "like their own rye, wheat and corn.

'' :defended b,: the submarines Korlgaa J people the Danublan lauds laid waste mountainous land; wild stern and The climate and vegetation are much
million' .women who have beenrestored"
arftl.;FartadeL The attack failed, tae I ey the*' nr..:: This stock to-My, lu rugged but diversified by ainlllng val like the South of England. The los

a to health by Lydia E.Pinkltain's Admiral Tre' ouart, being torpedoed ''j Europe, numbers over 80.000,000 ley and fruitful fields showing that it ore covered with .Itrawberrle.. tile fof-" ,,", 1
Vegetable Compound. I Tour time., equivalent to one e for every .t'OO.OOO being' settled In ServUi. By I Is capable of development 'and cultivation. est glade with raspberries and blackberries ,, yRti eP

.. ona.-of, the four,; ahlpTTormtng:: the dKVlslonwhlch : language "lfce.t e,. belong to Busla ." The versification ia regular.. while pears cherries plum. I e
JL.Ttoun 'r Now-*or TJidV. -Tell* .iha'repreaented.. No*.. with them even'In' the woods.8EUVIAX .
,_and .'a common saying Aa a people the Servian are aim pieH and apple* grow
oTa
'a
wonderful
{ Caret ''fork American. t la: "Tbo,. Germnh hftve"renrhed their ;', S
'' My trouble' was with the'ovarles | day; the English!: their midday; the
'1 ant'tall, and the doctor said I
grew VIEW ''
their afternoon th.:1tollllnl:
too feat for my BtrengjrtkI;: suffered ....4QNB: WOMAN'S, French '. ; 4
their
Spaniards ;their
evening the '
1 dreadfully from inflammation and "I *suppose you turned me do..n.bee '
yk doctored continually, but>> got 'n6 help. cause of'my poverty.", said the Jrn. night; but tbe_ Slavs stand on the 1
,I suffered from. terribl.drarginff.I tens 'pecunlou yontn"wlio bad JuVt rbeen threshold -of-' their .mj Tnlng."- -The
ationa with'the ihost awful pains lowdown Servian lire more purely Slav than
IB the side sadpaIns In the back, handed the frosty mitt; "bat'70U'; their neighbor, the liulgarlana. When rr}' , 1-A MIDI Xi'j.-CXAaa 8It RYIAX WOMAN I

sad, the not agonizing' headache'' should remember that It la possible la they adopted Christianity, pArt of the I noon: DRCSfl.t .
No one know what I endured. OftenI have plenty. of money and still be unhappy - the Greek Church and yt
people Joined R ,
was kick to tHe stomach and e-..:ry ,- w N Lai rl V >rt cadoil sash '18" usually thrown
part the Church of Rome
-
little while I would be too alok to go ...Tr .," rlpUed'.he of the retrlgera- around) tho waist and hangs'; 'In" front
For l-rlcf the reign
period during
to work for three or four day t l..ork ''tor mien "but,, I would rather be unhappy if a Duahan 13.1 ot tlif guy..llk dn'MM, which lit made IB ,
In a large "tore, and I stand- one man, Stephen from :
suppose with money. than,without.It."- European!: ;style abundance((' of'jewelrv .
tag on myfeet all day made me worse. .
"A'<\h. aorgestloiirof *!>rrleDct .01 Chicago; Newt v'' Conmlotea- the roHtunie.. whose
"p.
1 any mother I began to take Lydia "" - - l tiid + beauty. la marred by the foolish custom

'r' E; Plnkham' Vegetable Compound : }permsaently ented.No' flt'ornervousi a of dyeing the hair aiul staining the eyebrows
and it Is simply I twonderfoIt >' ,. nras after first day*s UM of Dr. Kline's Great and lips.' TIe arrangement ot '
lieU better after the first; 1..001' three Ne"e ...torer.tat rial bottle and UvatlMfrmi line hair' U iH-rulliir..\ a lick black braidcollid
AMOS ; it seemed aa though a weight' Dr. K. H.Runs,Ltd.,Ml Arch JIIL.l'blla..P"
I around scarlet fez its
a light ,
.P wa taken off my' shoulders t,, I eon ,
tinned Its '" until 'Do.... I can-truth 1 Th. ttlephone lies clortely connected"- crown covered with embroidery.lirooMyu .,, ',,
fully. ..' I am en tire It cured.. Tounr many 'people whi heretofore were only. Eagle
rel.ted.!
girls who are always paying doctor dwtantly Vie' -- .,--._ -.---- aE
't bills without getting any help as I did Le4Is Caw w.... ..._
k- ught to' take your medicine. It One sin smelter after nalnv Allen's Toot.Esse tfi THE TOWER
oG eo much less, and Insure, to .a powder. It mal<... tight or new shoes : -
ours them.-Yours !truly, ADELAIDE ....,. Gums swollen hot, sweating aching r 1 Or .JEZREEi.
PAXL,174 St. Ann's Are., New, York feet:Ingrowing nails acres and bunions At tt, I yf d7s I
,' all drogglBts sad shoe stores u... Don't ao. tr --.-
aty. -$SOOO,."V."If trlil**! .f ekoM letter ..r
....,er t.w/iiwMM cwuwi M",... .-. wept any.ab tltute. Trial package Pass by Ifi Hxtlnct
mall.Address,Allen B. Olmsted. LeRoy N.V. The Memory of nn : ,
'-- 1 +

{ CURED WITHOUT I ,CUTTING, Happy accident will often secure for a Sect Religious: : Fanatics.

RANGERfAPUDINE AN.wYegetaiIe! Resnevy. man. tbe thing for ,which he has vainly 'r +, On -tho summit :of;r Chatham Hill

:I striven. ____________ fir '
1 Care: Gvaranteed In Every Case: Treated +
cnys The London Sketch here I II a
NATIONAL CANCSK MKD1CINK COMPANY, )do act believe Plso's Core for Ooninrap- }. '
.......U Building.Atlanta,Oa.je tloahasaa equal for ooahs and oold -JOB* t ; .t a ett <-oloKi al structure that forum a l.mdnmrk .
>'.loess,Trinity l prln..< .Ind., lI'.b.lII. 803. a; 4 k r q l. t + foe. mljos around. It In known

l . r l i 'w-" .':. } eta IIM .N'j.i-epl'H.Tower," and was erectednot
be brilliant
The not -
a conversationalist
parrot nay
J ' but it can bite convincinaly.IMllletvai MU very many years ago liy an ('x.,
: tlnct fx'i'l 1 1In..1/ l the Jl'ir 'C'III'II. Their '

_' : Frinal (1........ Ifinlcr,tJ'Yllltpor. he
je n JIM preferred.In .
I
t : ** One of tbe inJwt schools In the ,,
ack Headache and.Dizziness $' Butittt (or.tbe bill bel'prosperous education of young t{, x rail llhl\ t'lf. JIIIIK-K JeiTHliom Jej.rtel" .
: <. ladle*-sn lanlliutioa that has teally don a' .--bid lireTlooely l"'"'ii _..aoldlev.l .
+ s 4(!( M. m sai(Oi.40rrrs.l( .a JJ ft? I Q great work. We will make a special offer to l but found .more !profitable employment
_ iDoa'rt'young lady la your county from t which
.1 In preaching n faith prmntsed
wboni we receive a copy of Ibl adv..rll...- .
EDICAUbEPARTMENIrIane Qjebt.Ad4resPan.lteonu, Lltttelon M. O. Immortality to nil MH h.IIC'JUon",.
KJMO PETER It OF 8IBV1A. lute the
Ho\red exchequer.| of the
. '
."* A oiaa-with fad ii all right so long as -- - rat" r. "CIII ttl CJI'" and the'"Temple of JeireeP.
| ,1
IJnJr.itI. lonisiana.i. to 1355, there was a powerful.Servian
1 b. keep it to himself. was fomini'iiceil "for the housing of
l .d --r- ,.:....,... ,-....--.WI!Nl.pp . kingdom. Including Bosnia Herzegovina .t.tcrtelyp
.. I., iMM) > who not to
| orKuuM
wtie taste
i /' e..n.t.ae..e.w.r. .e.e.a.1.. :."..tw.e. .=:-..u.l.a...Dine.'" ri:: nass stms sl and much of Macedonia. But utter A .
.y.I .Ina a5 b.d..d a...e.o...t" ......uup. v- his downfall and the disastrous flight; I 'OItLI)Il s AS :T1IKY: AlE AT 11OMK. dwNtt.-.however, before the bnlldlnff
-...u.. Y R/- d.t..t.b. -.de" tbe ... uns completed the/ faith of the Immortal
7b..st.rN.. "....v w -, no. ,...- r. _. of his successor at la lllothe component
,,r .......4 _"' ..1lltcir received. a fade ..shook.
A. 1): --. P. O. Draw.- I".Or_... JA,, : ) parlaof this Scrvla fell asunder. honpltable honont. dignified i i iThere Miles bloom ou-dll tbe bill lid.Inti
l I p'g Is .\VliIle dint l. and tot of the money i iin1
-- I Many of the ServIacnfTemaln 'In a great lrejuillce against lawyer flowers everywhere..
CURE' Macedonia to-day-In the sections !' all through: the land,- and they The pig bus always lvn l to Servla' -------

Dro s Give fto hair waa known a* Old Serl"la-whlle war.Ilk. have In the Interior what are known aa the chief source of her commercial
"About I
a my
,\M .. "Relrsfremoe Qileki _coming out very yes f .t'O I boughta I '. Montenegrins the descendant "reconciliation bonsesja' which rater wealth ana the prime factor lu politic. t

'all r ewelUn j 1 bottle-orAyetU-Malr-VIgor._Jt of .aristocracy of ancient Servla.. are. decided! by the village/ !' elders wllb- UutiI.tWciltp-years "so, !:inulUf""a hie 0 -S ,

dare effects a pemianent* sites cure stopped the failing and made my -who 1reJt t11e-1DOU11t'aift-'fAtlt-.ea..be.. Jutfxpeii eto! th -JUI ant.*. The com herds of thc*> auluialN. aliuoNt 'wild + ,,

'- C" In jo to 60 dan. Trial treatmentgiven hair grow very rapidly until now It tween.: \he Adriatic and the Valley of won peopTe t "are ghvP'amfileHRleusbcharacter 3S. JattCflgcLIu the! pinOoM of flIP vast rDM fMj3 ,

t; Wt'(free.e Or.Kot H. H.hlngeaa are...'.be Sofia falter la 45 inches in length."-Mra. A. Zeta after the defeat at KanSova. IIIAnof them holding three beechen forevtH. They'' were rot ]:Tlt ; L 13i

a 1.-. ge dsli.tS Bet B AUanla.a.. Boydaton, Atchison, Kans. In the Ottoman Invasion the Servians dally prnyvr lDet'tlngs.t the table lu droves toward the Danube and old

along the Danube we're fOnquerl'd.maD each Individual ask a burring on the coiiHumptlon In Alntrbi, and Hnn-

.$ 5 Every Day There's another hunger ,.. of the nobles. In order.to preserve food. Iii drinking, .D..tb.-toaMt of K ry. Js'ow the oak tore..ll-are dj 1 1nutated ;- tk;

l' OM x..rtVy rtU.wr than that of the 'stomach. their privileges., adopting Mohammedanlsm. -,_ the Servian" Is ."to the glory' of Uod." to 1"rent ptn'ut.: for the Hervlan :\ '-
Well Augers &DrillsOs. They are n. gentle-man and 110 one, it In Bald. wonlJ take his takes from the soil but never give

__, ..s*is.we' :dVtwW..a .Hair hunger, for instance.. nered people however, and do not Interfere sent at' the head of a convivial party ack-aud American(''bacon In used l eerywheret -;-
1a-:
w.a. ....tR'IOM a.A 6tal Hungry hair needs food '. with-.their- Christian' brothers whocouldnot extemuorizoaanltable J4inall:. wwiulvr.;. that 'rlJl'Q ..
r -
..,
i, Loa- oe.n.rM..wan:"0As'-N.M. eN.awt needs hair vigorAyer.s.. of the_Greek Romish Churchy prayer There are' fewgreat Jrfnd .Alexis few year a so should have felt !" /.w.I\: .,; '

j '. UWKIS MACHINE C .,.TIFF OHI that The'Ser.lon language I* ''flexible, o\l"n..n Koch family.owns the land It emboMetnHl to medHpte! ail alliance TUB rouse or .JLZRJtE.L", a
.. ' This is why we say : musical and powerful Song: l-. heard tills, pad with. the most Imperfect between hlmwlf mid t'hi\ daughter of .d

AFOOF.-.Pm: '''flyer's-Halr Vigor always everywhere' and the. wandering method of agriculture manages to uu Amerlctiii inlllloiiiilre. pork.Bicker aa also Ulnappvared. It Is.jHThnpn., need-
J ..... ... make WEAK WOMEN traverse the "all in the less to that the'falih
tronif'and lI t..dt color and makes minstrel still country draw from It a livelihood. traile. say of the Jerreelitce
pr" : restores ;.;
!% n7od.a.y. Iv.ry l The Servian lu tlu'lr own dlc-d 4
; i-* : and womnu. ncconllng to an. Immortality
f i ag.guaraaprd.lor M Dymatl' the hair grow long '. .' .. .- ,- L . cient truilltlou.- holds IIU Inferior ami with him. A Imlf-Uhlnhed.. ugly /gnp.

'. M pltln l wi.pp.riwet.lotbook t heavy:.'. .St... ...... All ar+uhlstr somewhat nervlln imsltluii, ami pot' un. hog max. of brick and Iron still re-

anon of for TeJuable both .*.!Inform.... AdV IllJshe Ix-comex t th.. mother of chlKlrcu maliiM-a not Inappropriate reminder
P. O. BOX (73, JlMI.....1Iylll.,. Ple. t send ms one dollar. < win express (-5UI1wUon" ,
. 'I and rlTe the come of her -----
4 1AdJ'aceD"I'.te!
!- ;; :ab. \ _o.(,p"jnw_ _. GAYER.COt.L*ell.AddreM M..., .,.. Till* wits one of the reiinonn! that Impelled A (]fleet .....,,_.

... w.eh.r..t w Tb''PIOD'.EJ.'at.r '. ,\ "'" Queen nrnKn to try and palm The acconipnnyliii picture nhon-s the .
< .
.. off l >
> < r KlMler's' child
'i, '. .. .. *:'t'c.. .10." : : ,, na her own. In largest. sassafras tree I have ever !seen '

'-i ; ,; *' WOMAN'S BARGAIN.Mr ,.*.*-* dAOB ADVICE. ,., of tho n Weddlnft new iKirn ceremony I the presence elr heard of. The tree measure/ thlr-
_ --Wh.t am'IZto'do"asked.tbe ieryyonnc child Is leeme l a most tern feet In clrciiinforcnce nod Its
: *. Enpeck think. Henry, that ; t
essential| feature.
'.or :daughter ha* mad* !a..very stir : man who was about to butt Into I"H! :: : : under waa married When King Al x. height must be: between forty and fifty

,factory marriage.UodJjlMD I lok': ivrill society,'. "...he11.the. conTenatloo. .gets celebrated with the'wedding sans eet. The tree stands, In the township
.. '" n minute
observance of of Itrtl .
succeed very well In the management too deep for comprehenglont"r all the trmlMli.unl Hook Dutchens County New ,

"tf her Jlf' 1\4.\ ... ..... "' "aoto owlyoun1. ;: 'man; con-: lams elf the tin-pit Church.'rl'I'IIIQII..eIud\ --ciia- York about t\\o or' three miles southeast -

HenntJinP'ckW\1 lOti ti j'' 1 Al ''I ,1det er ways and act1 accordingly/" Ai 1h0 Queen descended of Tlroll. on the rand from Tirol I

: .<. Mr*.. Erpeck bverheard. her talkIng I answered the'Sagefrom SagSTille,' carriage a piece of white from her to Upper Ited Hook. 1 have driven
y k gpx linen woven thin
m ,to him .this morning and she cot "Look wlae and1 hoot' 'occasionally."-, in the country past tree every' spring for nearly
'** "' was spread
the
upon Ixty
The
I yearn. trunk Jaflow
r )ilm to agree to a proposition like this: Chicago News. ground. An soon nn tho bride crossed shell, and I desire to place'on:: a mere '
Vlf.you will do u I want I promise to j.: "' > it, it was rolled up In order that record
lie
: no portrait of thlll"C'rilhlo tree bo-
$ the tame.-Baltimore American..
c 9 ; ALL FALSE. \ raa other foot might tread ,
upon It. ,
{ -- u At fore It \"lIlIllIh ". Years ago the tree
fr9 b'e> f Co'r'elufotident-xd4 saw 'tth*. the entrance door of;the Ronnie her was. covered with wild grape, and

j ;., l'-Thl c1 .. ,papt AI4I.abCut..CI", ? this m nUfic. t; aunt presented a sieve ofH.e. corn very spring It wan covered with bloom
X.A. \ t of
1 u4hM guaatJ, heneet I .110. "- which the Queen took three hniidful lie fragrance; of which made the: old r

+ R aid toil, "seem to be cheap well Retired, Millionaire (presiQeatrot < tossing thorn over her hcn<1. ,the

',...... fellow who expect. tot marrjrl -great :'corporation)-No;'I doVt know> i hen emptied' the sieve. upon the It ..- ''''''''';"' "7nrI I r1ECrt

,women w th fortunes r -- --what the said' about me. but, you, 1''bf6 ground. '_

J *,ef J' I j11f! 4ilrfreponde|
I lan'oiord; "that' Ay reason tor *ajJng wpr.d of truth la It Chicago "Trls .. rented with a phi to.of bonbon, ntufof

X ,, 'that the house 1* run on the$ )p4ri;} which the placed between her llpn.
k
a v, .rD' pl&D.lndl.Ia'poUs Sunv .J ..-- .while The'I.IrldelrooJI1 the King bit then off the other half >,
took
NO ctrrriNa' REQUIRED. ____ new Into< hlg
t 'r 1s41ik,3 E tMl1'pEPI; r GI;,. ; 1rJohlla'r; don't' ,lttWIUJ1t t ; khlde."Why ( arms special a occasion born ,toy lent for thU \ l ls'

;BntUrby. ia aWtuliy abient-mlnde not., paw?* '" . by the ''mlnl trr. Alexander i''
f4..s 4fIWet #r is ISCA16.1fSt1:_ ( -_',_ ,_". :, kissed bun then laid hIm| In the .

.: \\I. : ' arm of the.queen..who.;,;(lifter, klsHlng '
,
: 'I Fowled: "= ;: ;gay.iTLRRPAK.; : 41Tqfsitwpl:: r.Q. him-t4ree times rpluriie fir;, 't
and put | l with him to
.. ''! ,.. his tbumb. t 1'q, cut youatood, of 4oune: V.111t'1't : rwr hi* 'mother with tbe
} present of
'the Ila1 ao1i eelfun t a, eglfaalef Bhlrt This child U. called n new '
Lt .l11 Nnkonycgft
_
his nmE CYlor-rt r r.!t tr e ._.v I1tn ,"the most esscntlaL" < T

.i t ,laniPlatn .____ .' ,. -" The scattered corn denotes that {.the
'. > h /, SA bride t bring with her 's. v
joy
2 NERV d N it NEYS : su4 J proupcr- FrY t
Ity,. while. the divided! ..bonUou,jncnns'' !! 1 :J,
)l I that ,
l J.q3'A afflyh K- -MO. bitterness shall divide them. j ;
t eaaY oaII"treM kidd i thrp'rf CtUNct.aJ' """ 1 1I After .U these tree famous..*".At .such 't'lmetUbe( tree;
,. obit i'wslbl.. .r&er.he..............., goes{.la I ceremonies', tbe bride '
!':;lk y '. ....... ., Ucan$ ;such misery that tie eeuldbanUjr .... qp must still stand 'at the threshold until was enveloped by n ,cloud of, .fnircta'
...... ,.. ta. ..Jd""t n7dit and to stoop It provided with a loaf'of bread under attracted by: thei l} o lJOmlnll ,*f.th8

I ,sq. u ....... aktp'. q ..eauaod etm"uw...k dUtreeUbatbe eitherarmand; n.r!otU& pf wine lu gTp. Tli .,hulQ of.' :myriad 'Wln / 1
.. -''' her
f r&.F .. .. .. .. thought ke would have to hand ..i
# !__ "..m m, .q TO J, quit work-_*>, It aftetedUsbladder .. . .. '''''' 1i IIh.'cnterl her.futmq. Home. wade : memorable; : 110und.' "-rq, "P.-.' ,.III ,' 1
M .icy;. ':"'' .I.crta Matra w.e.ue4.\ a waa wt ,and be .....'ua _. .1 .. ,-- -- w-.J .I Jerylan!: ,.women are, ) ,houiPkcep.er Country Lite'If'AmRtlca: : !I'; '
l i
av9gy, ; k.; '&04 told pales. .. able to make bIa..terwltIoo ALEXANDER ..w'v 'DUA. : :: gnd.traveler rrJblt'e.to/ find :
S
eF I KING. : ; -rit'Ib' ItULKItSiOb" acrupu<< ; .
e., .*dHugkrthe I "" tattoo mach dietnas A In.slated BKR. loul cleanliness. 'Tbe Balls > Ra. .. ., y .,;

I u.e. 1,4ryysy se..- "AIIL,_ I. J . "of oa his aetltac Cbo ttata, .. :YIA1i)5jIO. ; IWERJ1; ,RECE1rTLY''ASSAd8INA. . EI1.; .. ..t ,. .tsstdlhtr-s."rest.. .snowy aLeets.ael,._.,._reinfortabte . Talk fill*' the .all*:(of',business.' ;''But ',}] 1
roorpUaad Irytef --
'1Rivss, ..,...-.rw.s .t\ o.j so 1 went to- Mason* ru8 'from castle cattle "afnglng 'the .. I ,. .. -:..:-'------"- :. abes.33alkaa.lfatesmTLs. ,they aren't made to slind. ') and blow"New'York "
to
'',. ;t. ; of >$ : third .of the peoPle1ri'7 '. '
ga; w ,tomuamq writer eTAri } Store and P a bocXTheflrat ,grqupd/ la un =lemelyttond Preaa.J 'if. v .' ;jv,. ,
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:... _...ec-ijlMt\.. : .. .., box helped him.>Hock I .glories ft Servla ,as'she. was' prior. to'tbe'deteat I deecplsvatlon, however,, owing, t their al of.takloa I. ..- l..j. \to t,' t'; ,,i
'1'a'1a1 oC'-'dl: +lf ;r ken.ek u.M.m.: t lpt AD4&\M of I "'OVft: They are very fact that thare are ao few', lIy tabowZ; the Yhote1.meals Jbe'eftlelTan, ? all I: 4n. many parts ,* f'tbr.oantrypthe'use AjJ': t
of
taAt .yaelfndth.ytttd" ,.ew -- .bMtbInI- tI. err food orthe'raod'old: hymn ot'.tbe 'When of{ .. '
... rprauwsd.. .. .. .. -- : a cultivator'is notable with'the I town bar larger tove* la paasengericar! : .ot 'T;
'C :: Greek Chnfch. One noticeable featnrv help of' I to'l charming'garden* Inclowd raUroad'traln "
.." '' .' ,hyi.. :family harveit: Ma'own! i? ,111, tbe qua {j te.ral .formed bthet:, i I 1ateam.. . "* ..jtfro; 1ibltedbj I I, ,!
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A SERMON '''FOR SUNDAY pitiful; 'f\l\ ree'ef the day and cry ont-IB. fce.tu4M.He fudged that *.has meet be the. ,

:, .. . . woe. But, looking upon God a* ..a father, truth because it was about the worst thing
.. ',J . I see bow,qu ickl: surelyeJltthi. -i* Ilia.brot.ller.oould -dsr' ,.. .. ' tJ.FFERI i.f;< Jl lWltGROWTH'
. "., :
.
. < '. changed TIie rather i* not s..taskmaster >.OB.the,world.: of'OII..re.* ,AN ELOQUENT! AND HELPFUL DIS.OU"SE. but a father He take the_ill for the to make assumption.to choose ))between !

,ENTttLEPttQtLAIJiOln Ei '" deed; He loots upon Jl our doing a* the vteq eithffv : y"be erred.Ia3st >> __ I '- ''''
.... .- eptt .do' ... a* thinge i* eond.then -' nmm ---c- .11.7..,,,,, ..... ....... .
work -'hl:1l
But U the don .ntiol".8" absolute .
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Pl'.eeJ: .
,, B... Pm 1. :j.,lf ..11 no joy in rvies and arc' proof assume and : Tired 1ieryouf Afihin, ; Promoted '' :Shampoos ;
i + ...,""_...,. on *1Iii .......... a. L..... God; for looked Upon merely as servant, see. Now, concerning e na..umptlon.are and things, by
'WM.bD..1. Withfhqart4e,41 Ood after we have dope.au..we are unprofitable. good assumption and adm Trembli,1 d1e
k 'I'.wct tb. Ioo.t. ; ; U2kw True, we look upon coma things; we.hav pnsiiblect tbei .** s,jntent''., general attitude :of(C ih"curiuapA"y
accomplished tbm of and heart thing only ,
and we pronounce 'mind tpwara
s bB't) CriT=..1"Lo.t1At t notdr+li. '....at.-W.. talk shout our'bri4c1n1m.tbol: one war, i* .**f*. -That is, t. P9' the very ; 8 ;pQ i i1na' .Renovate a "--- '
i the subject.of the .ermoagr.ndisd Hand/ i of God about our in- best possible construction on-the liveitofni '
Francis J. McOonnell, Tentlone-steam, t6.telegraph: the mighty' <,.'*.dthe working at Uungt.lt This.,ina. ii Re ;"Eeatorea-Many "guelte: '
,(putor'otlhtNew *Yotk'iAtbaw' ;ji .K.;, railroad aad the atee) .monster that word i* GhruOion. faith.; Christian \ ."
Church The was, 'Imsed QD Luke trample down the,,wave "of. th.r .e.. If fettle does I -nt;Woniaa Endorse " \: .
.a tr. 'MrVMcConnell n\Ar\ itm;; ? rr rAU <) 1 lhe are done a* works of; ; U.they. It.uppne.the'bent., ,H "K*6.u'i actually, :: : : ; Grelt'' SkI Biri''

t ',the p'l'fbl..I thin'l fifteenth' chtptec chow the.wish of the,/SOD. to struggle up to ,badjt Ipoks hOf.fp / toward'the' better a ''P' a'Lt
d bf Luke deal with the grace of God toward the Immensity of the Father's thought.(lod mantood WhithisJin a..olll:> Jtlvery. easeandaeccepttea i e- U.na. ,
c ,dbe lo.t/ There is'th: story of a aheM lost.of must,take supreme delight in them. They, !ollc'uaeueven '"
lanothe.\" j. coin' !lost ana nother of.two are creations of Hi children they take en-tbb- jnigdt P Kivvlf 2tWUvfI Meet EfHHi V PHsN,ill
ton* lostThebsrabW/ from-which the text valuefrom'. the fact that the eiildrtl'a fin of hi. betrayal. .Ghriatian) faith looks put I .

of tho4YGi.e, 14 taken,ia not h. parable. gen have toiled lovingly-upon them! God upon. the working of the entire Universe .fr.SId Seat 1p a lid> (IhIr.I
f 1df of the lost ion, but the parable the lost value our doing because we are nle'ohili and .*umes rthat, tbey.an) irightus, ,In t ..' ,
_UJODI. A great many of un stop at the twen'tyfifth dren. It We come, however'claiming to be that trust,, i* found' pe_ ; . .,
,, verse. We rejoice in the sound of servants and pointing to the: *great thing > Suppoc acne were't' .lsontdf..detlfegwith ' '
mnsio 'and welcome home, that we have done, toe only response u men that all men are liar It,e.n- This. treftrDella one* tops) JUUog
'&' the probsal, anddprefer i that the storyshould .,bade w. are unprofitable servants. not be proved beforeha 4' hat all men are tj:8ealei-ao4.d&ra ''
end with t&. ii.pi>tne*. o( tbejb B-j ..y-t'home\wa. lost so. long a* be 'not liars -or t even .that tnj *> millll:'i. hair, remove 4N -
At qu.t. The regaining: vr... / .P,. .e"i}: looked upon himself* a servant.) ;JKe first absoluteJri truUifuI-; but bow, hopelessly ''draff; dostroya hair.: paraalte.IootheaIrritated :
.to somewhat I out of plaoa. The beautiful step'toward recovery was' for him to take lost in Uls dealings Vittf men would be : c ; dMr Itching'torfaces, sUmuUtes. ..r
narrative i* marred by reference to theuglraes himself a* a son. The first step out of the the one who should start with the aomp*' c.'i- : '
,1'' ** tit the'elderbrotfcery'' bet->4fwe.. .lostnes of the vantvhle i* to take sop tion that all men are lmrl The sofa the hair foilIcloi,loosens the scalp skin,'

a .." elder-brother-out of the parable chip for granted and to act upon the j.aa. in the long ruB "1.the-asiumption t supplies the root' with, energy,, and
'iwe ewe lot in larra. ,part the }4.auter'. sumption. that thsr is.l od'iD all men and that thegood nourishment and makes' tWhalr ,
; Kf
,
point. .Jememberthat.,Jeui! n speakingof Again, the lostnes ot. the atayabhomeeppegr. can' be .reached and m.de better. f growupon
the lost; lie ie jutif>ini llie dealing from his thought of service. 'And In particular caaes this may fail, but it ie rte u sweet;wholesome,healthy scalp,

O with publicans and innen. .These are lost I never transgressed a commandant; in''generalthe only Christian view. He when lit else fall.' J ,
cheep which hire'wandered away from theshrphgrd' thine."'These words are no more accidental -,1ik..tbe-elder-brother'holdrtoHh A Mltt1u;. -Millions y'3a'Ce _-
.. of womenrnow irc i
: lout coina which have etadedthe tea the other*. -The::-Master is cutting idea that the returning prodigal is hopelesely E1
lingers -of the housekeeper and fallen into close -to the-easential weaknesses in the and irretrievably lost Ie himself iNnn cirri Rbap '...1 ect: by CuiKmra OlnU.

home; !eone who have wandered- creed and practice of Pharisaism. The" two wandering. in the wilderness far from. mentth/gyreataklneareforpr'e.ery'tag' ;
la' far *MNN s%'% ,
to epend all in riotou living. woak word here safety. '
are "aerer'-and; com -
The" parable wae spoken in response mandment. The eldor'i *on'* thought ihservice 'La.iI.,, the'lontnws. the sUy-at-hmne AMERICA U I the land of a.ery. purifying and beautifying the akin for

to the murmur of Pharisee and Scribe wan partly: negative, and for t1.! appear from his thought of reward. .' I. cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and:
With wonderful exquiaitene.. .leiu puts rest consisted in Keeping<< commandments '"Thou never gayest me a kid." The elder The. great1' majority of ner'f'OUI' I and .
dandruff the
the Pharisees and Scribe into the parable. ""hevPharisee habitually thanked God that., brother seems to have been'serving with' 'women are 'so'-because> they ... '81lf-, 't _. .,." .,.," ',..," '__,.... ; stoppingsfallinghair
Th. elder brother ie the Scribe Who cannot he ".**- not a* other men, extortioners, the thought of material paylie' wa 'fering front.'eorne form of'fem.le,di-, for softening. widening andseething
y understand the love of the-Hatter for unjust, adulterers, or even as the publican, doing the work for what be could getoutof Female trouble ia so :common, so rd. rough and sore bands, for '
4 publican and ainnere. It require but a but fasted.-twice in' the week and gave it. His thought( re-ward move along ease.Mrc..;Emma Mitchell, B20 'Louiifansstreet prevalent, that they accept it u almost.in' baby rashes, itching' and cbaflngs, for
r moment' glance to see that in the Master's tithes of alTtnat he possessed." a low plane. Jesus cohdemrted'fhri*.i"m Indianapolis, Ind. writes evitable.. The greatest obstacle understandthat I' annoying Irritations,;: or too tree or A.
P tbeught-th Pharisee i. loat-loet not in Pint, the negative aspect otjthe Pharl-. because of' it* low view of reward. Th.b.km..ter "Peruna has ''certainly been blessing'' ; of recovery' is that they do not offensive '.perspiration.') tor ..nloeratlvawvakoesses
t open prodigality and outbreakln,." :e but sale,creed. According to Fharisaism reliron : was to pay at the-close of the in disguise to me, fore when I first began: it ia cat.rrh"which is: thesource of antU
',loat in fale conception .nd false (feelings.. consists! largely in not doing da,.. Similarly .om..of u* seem at time taking it for"trouble* peculiar to the'sex their illness. In female complaint 'ninety' and many sanative
..Jesu doe not soy, indeed,'that the Pharieee ever" i* the blessed word. Adherence to think of heaven" a* a place of material and . ,..worn out system. I had tit nine eases out of one hundred<< are nothing septic purposeswhich readily snggeet.themselves
i* lost, ,but i ae much. When to the "never" creed causes the inert and and rather earthly prize And-. tie fait; but catarrh. Peruna cure*.catarrh wherever as well mi for all the pnr\* \,

' we look-at the parable in the light of the passionless] worshiper to mistake the litenes elder brother was lost in placing emphasis 'ff.Fot'-UHt+ past five r Jua_ located. pesos. of the toilet and nursery
whole teaching of Jesus we can **e clearly of death for the peace that passtth upon .n. extraordinary -forgivenea and yeetratuna Chronic invalid' who have languishedfor Cntteora remedies are the standard i
the "Io.tn_' of the elder brother. understanding. Negative piety ia often welcome as of more than the favor of the'ather's ',rarely .UAoUe'pGC",' 1at. .Pe- years on sick bed with some, form .of skin care and humour remedies of the
ak Possibly it would be well to -Ju.t'word ( a beer'' lifeleseness there is not vitality continued and ever present affecon. Wan vhungfd alt tht, and in female disease begin to improve 'at once after . world. B&tbethe parts with hot

about the sense in which' the word"lo.t" enough to break forth in sin; there is not ,It is sometimes suggenUd that; one a..' ve ry' short ((".. :'I think T .had beginning Dr. liartman's treatment.. 'waterand ato t cleanse the
U here uied. "Lost" in the gospel strength or spirit enough to make ,of the important leisons of this panble h BP. and
temptation only token acre kettle) fce/orei >,1 i Among the many prominent"women who" surface of crust pot tea'j
notthat_ destruction hae 4U rebuke of the who a
mean already possible. How exasperatingit! i* to u Christian com" recommend IVnina '-Belva. Lock- :
come upon the soul, but that the soul ie in beAr a dry, witbcredoullerlaiinton'the *because the contrition of the return- began c.woup.r;
the ( will sooner-olaterfbring to- thtmkelve ollie* of youth, or mind sluggish with lug penitent eometirac is rewarded by. .tuI' N\l4Jn.. hll"' s ..do war, _lt.f Hamilton.Washington, of Columbus,! Ohio;,M.....F. K.. hard rubbing, ad Cutlcure Ointment t

*, disaster. stupidity boast its freedom from doubt! more of eeatatie besing) than is his own do n*t hate. headneh'_ rbolcacfceny Warren wife of U. S. 1 Senator Warren, of freely % y itching Irritation .
If the --steeple-climber his hold the There is a long-lived heresy. to the effect long continued service "f.God. However .. _. ( hate .. Jnf. < Wyoming. r and Inflammation, end soothe and heal. '
j,. onlooker cry out "Lost," not because the hat the heart of religion i* repression this may be as a matter of strict excgesi: it *, vnc eo -* and, lastly, In theIererer'form.takeCuucara&.aolvest
.deathdealing.hork lisa already come, but No longer do.thi., or that or the other! I.i perfectly clear that the thought which in /.., JT.oive_aft ta.Ae_ itft If you do 'not" derivei! prompt and satisfactory to cool and cleanse .,
- -. because the steeple-climber ie the t'ate* the exception! manifestation of in.te..t !_ and Kot i to ..PeB __." results froni-the uss'-of Pernna.
in grasp: Drive out the devil, sweep the'houee, .t' < the set oltn soffl*
of a force which will inevitably bring him the furniture io. order board np the win a* of more Value than the continued __ Itehell. write at once to Dr. Hartman&lid.giving full bl. A.laC1 a ,
t. destruction. II. ship falls into he dow., lock up the door* and. hid the favor of the father'. presence, wander far statement of your case. he will -be 'II"n& t et tb.D tl. dl.
,
>< clutches of an Irre.uttbl.l current running ker.1! ThU, a* ,of old overlook some* mtray. "Son thou are ever with me, and By far the greatest ndmber--;f femur pleased .to give yon his valuable' advice "crial scalp .D b.amnu.
the rock. all that Ie mine i thin. This trouble caused by catarrh.. gratia. .
upon the watcher upon the :lung-the skill of devils a key-finders. I. i* the great are directly t trm 11C '
4 shore) cry "Lost. At the moment of the }lack: they come with other* worse thin reward the favor of romusnionship andartnershipwith They are catarrh of the organ-which I i. Address Dr. Hartman Pre1Ident'of Hi. t age, when else fill't ? '

k* cry the chip isas staunch .. ever. The themselves. ; or, if they do not come back, the Fatherspiritual affected.' 'Tht'... women despair of recov Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. .f_.,,rIMM -C
"lostne conits in her being in the the house .tamale, empty, which i. about benefit( and blmning, beside which all ma- "l..eoa '
'} Kasp of a force that must, if left to itself, .* 1>ad. Redemption really mean. abtin. tend tl.nrt'into nothinren The prinripal Haggard. for Hawks. I RlpansTpbules. e." rs.Ce. :I" ao1
her to doom. The cheep out in the dent life. The liieleu and inert seriously: reward i i. spiritual., We are not to Salisbury 'the best dyipepxla -.e lye..Ye. pre ,._taw'iilouiant
wilderness had not -been killed when the starting toward rd. nption possibly lank of rtay bnt of companionship with All the h&wklnfc on Plain p medicine ever made.: ,
shepherd found it. It. however, was lost make more mistakes in the first may six: month be blessed. find! Any thought of reward I this year'has, been done .1I'lth "bag-, I
because wandering aimlessly in the pre. of activity than in all the previous year )lower than this is loit. There is a sense gards.'*' It Is a change from Sbakepeete' :.- A hundred million
t ence'of danger that'must, sooner or later, of listlessness, but they are belter never in which the stv>!at-hnm* wa a* prodigal ,wild 48tof them have I been your" Money "'
A Is
time. haggard
' bring the end. The coin in the dust wae theless. One ot the most disagreeable all his brplher. With his niggardly thought a old In the Cfnltedx
.. good as ever, but in danger of being features of this elder brother is hinted .t 01 lower reward, he recklessly overlooked, hawk taken for we when in Its adult. in TO KARN, .

swept out upon the rubbish hrip, where in thin word "never."! tit suggest a staid, aid vetted tbe companionship a nd >4ov*- plummage a. bird of much superior States a' single r % INTEREST,
it might never. be found. The younger lifeless,. ploddintcnes beside which, the rollicking which were poured out around him. There year. Every Illnessarisingfrom't'dleorderadstomach .
hand-reared
had not yet bat hi. life, but his days were prodigality of tbe younger brothewmrTalmpst were two prodiimls in the family. It would flight to the eyas or ,, Is rag ANNUM' V
short if they.were to be left to the forces a relief. It i* almost a ret be rather a didicult: talk, to decide which .nestling which mostly, le".lId.II".! } , wilt.meter psrtleslw a S me.re levssa
preying upon them. Now in this sense of >f-tfao, to find that' the elder brother wa the worse etban "falconer---tendon Academy.; relieved or cured by their ue.j So teytnq .. pse t. . N ene

the word in the sense of being in the grsip become 'angry, for anger i* sometime common Is It that diseases original C' '
T ,
of death-bringing forces, the eJJer brotherwas a sign of awakening life. Bsurretl. Christ from the stomach ltmay be safely .J.1.n'
)o.t as truly as the younger. The more of the merely "never" there BELATED"KINDNESS.: all.
' Of there .The resurrection of Christ case absoluteiy : carted there Is, no condition lot R Rat
maybe degrees 'fn "lost- I.
cqur.e ui a nan s religion, the more I .
completely as a proof that Hi lat. and : '
One necessary cat-Madam": health that will not' be' benefited or
ne* man may be further from the lost the man is. divine. It Mr, Smith.Instreet. : Ct
i teaching was not merely SRWMILLScawL"m
right road than another, though any man !jwere seat' I cured by the occasional use of Rlpan r.
r on the road And then the other part of the creed- required u fulfillment of ..prophecyand take my .
{ Pharisee is lost.does A respectable-looking the word "commandment. What the especially of the prophecy of Christ Himself Mrs. Jones (who has been standing Tabules. ,--Pliystclans know' them and with Here'Universal Log Beas .,BetlUa-
certainly not seem so badas Master had In'.mind was the Pharisee'' though it was needed for this, but itwas I get highly of them. All 'druggistssell ear,SImulbneou.SetWorks and
minute No speak
a dissolute spendthrift reduced to the fifteen *)-: ; thanks.; oock-Klnn Variable Feed Work.'nn
living ,
rule. also demanded =
by He i of
the woodenness as an inspirer hope,
exposing
company, of swine. But when lottne, is and mcchanicalne of Pharisaic- because po hope of life beyond the tomb OH 'at the next corner' them., Tqe five-cent package Is celled ITTAXDBAOroPSUIOM.Writ for AOCCaAOT, IMPI.ICITV.. for,

under live consideration outward nothing is I so decep liety; He ie i nhowinir us the lostnes ot could have sprung out or-the grave of a Mr., Smith-That's all right So do enough- for snordlnary'occasion,. aDd dscrlptlyeMreulan.ManuraeturedbytheSALKM > *

as that manifest appearances.themselves in Physicalvices outward living by rule. With the Pharisee life Saviour who Himself l was held .. its vie I.-Chicago burial .the ''Family Bottle sixty cents, contain) I NON tt'ORKS.WIntm &,in.N.O.l .
had become round ot: im., Paul clearly this for he.wrote
a ceremonial obierranee saw : a. household supply lor' a year One
signs are no more deadly than some subtle and Pharisaism 'IfChri be not risen then ia
lost in-the t our preach.
was ||
spiritual vice that work quietly within. abundance of its rules. log vain and faith i also vain -- generally ghee relief Within twenty VQive name of this paper
Not all vires Any man i* lost your ; are ..FAR-SIGIITBD.: I t W
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are rough andbwlerous. who tri...'to b. good merely bv ruin. OcourrWanyor.thi in your sin. If in this life only we minutes. writing. adv.r..rAt28.'
Again in.the.. parable. Before us we may : great..principles of have hope in. Christ we are of all men mOllt.mieer.ble "I wonder what's tbe Idea In throwIng . .. .. ..,
-L-fuLto.aoe4be because remained toeaa.ot.tha-tldeabtolher:: the.Cliriftian. religion can be trough :" no hope of a fpture life throught'hrint old slippers and shoes after a bridal ,
at-home. We
are veryapt' down to the1 cbropendfou---statement- if Cliril) did not rise from the grave. coupler'"Ptubgblf' "
to think of lostness at spatial. The rule, but in these the principle i* kept The doctrine then also;"'thutrthaBoulof ..-'"
younger son was in a far something in mind. I. am speaking of Pharisiinna the believer after death i I. in bliss is with Xhe Is-that-theyUl..
whether we reallM it or not; of the solid foundation Christ'. In for spanking
system which slavishly learns the out any for if come handy purposes
thought-of his lostneis .
our has to do with rules and follows declaration the of the "
hi them. Nuch a course concerning raising up In the years tocome.. -Philadelphia
geographical position. > The elder' ion leads inevitably to thee wilderness If w. temple of Hi body was false,.-who will ,
was at home and therefore; safe; but the lose si tent of tho spirit and principlewmust dare say that His declaration to the dying Press.
lostnos'
with of the parable bait very little todo have' a rile for everything. Thi. thief Today thou "halt be with .Me inparaliee .----------,.
spatial relations. The father could
Phariaaiim strove for and was lost in its was'not also false? No resurrection
have ..
not
"ed'th.
chains younger son by f..ten.ml" own cumbcrsomeness. If the system i I. of Christ no hope of a blessed future : STUART'S
him and
home. The upon keeping him al not complete, if there are'sphires of conduct : life; for such a bone spring out of the FR'EE''
when he son hi.was. .Ireadr.far away for which the I'harlseo has no rtile resurrection gospel. The disciples had no 'CINoelBUCHUTo _
clasped to say then in those spheres ha is apt to feel hope until they saw their risen Lord then
good,. Nearness in a spiritual' sense is free to .do his worrt. they,were glad.-The novo Samuel Schwarm.Crllleal all'wtie snffer.or to the friends C-f those i
,
not at all a matter of distance. who suffer with Kidney, Liver Heart, Bladder
The eon who remained at home wa in i a Living the rood life is the finest of the or Blood Pines,a sample bottle ol Stuart'.' "4 '
fine'.rt.. Vise.. art is not a mechanical oilscrvance Spirit. Oln and Bucho the Treat t outhrn Kidney and w
spiritual lost the who
sense ss truly as aon. of ru'.es: -it. ie on absorption or Layer Medicine, will be sent absolutely free of fey -
wandered into the far The critical spirit eats out like burn-
country. .nirit. In the religfon..life it being a I _to Mention this paper. 'Addm STUART I
is
loatness and feeling consists about in spiritual false ways thing of lookingat filled the sprit with of the life spirit is lost.; and .ho who has pot fug.fo. acid There the U very a mysterious sweetness quality of I 1)a0o.,II'ITO CO.,IM.VVaU, .. ....Atlanta, 0. ,a-

U be that will that the heart gentleness in crucified believer I '
r, may some object Tho loktness of the a truly CurerTrickly '
Pharisees were n particular clams of people further .tay-at-home.. still which cannot be defined. It is a thousand t
from lsia unnatural it
living at date in the ( sppear heart. time santification 1 i'
a particular world's lesshcss.. "Thy !" These beyond mere orthodoxy :Heat a
history; that they have long since paused. eon words .1'11 it is far more than outward correctness .
doubly heartless
on, carrying all their frailties-with them hood with the they repudiate brother of life; it is fathoms sleeper down Cool the Blood.
Of wh.t'u.. to speak of Phari.ee today! the father returning for prodigal l and thereproach than the exact proprieties of I Cleanses. the Stomach.
It mutt be responded that this view .ii. such not looking upon i. more than a profession and Infinitely : Natural tk ,
a son aft hie oWn. Heartlessness raN ;
.1..1.most eira.ss for i.l flavor
dna
Jesus mighty than. holiness
wholly .1Ipt'rli'ial..tbat spoke for all inevitably follows more preaching or y
ages; thai in Pharisaism. were certain fun It i I. natural that it should mechanicaliim be correct doctrine.. It i* the breath of, Jesu a. sou, a.e-.'.- C.ottagQ----
ao. Then co'
damental traits that in the heart the from the of TOE TAKIIAMT .
and
over over river I.
appear is vapor York. ,
no heart in a cumbersome set of com u jay ilLia.? At Druggists or by malt.MAL5BY .
again. Pharisaism i*I not yet dead; the mandment. fife, the perfume of tho ro e of Sharon, the '
name is changed, but the characteristics Commandments having to deal : elixir of prayer, the marrow'In the'bone I Corned Beef w.t..r.hle.en.hee
reappear.Few men are far enough beyond simply ere in tbe'nature with doln.*of'end the not; with feeling of truth, which i* far more in the sight!; of & CO. pom.. Wb.i (..> rh1.. put ..: ii r -
wooden
Pharisaism to make a protest agoinit the lifele If life be looked ease and God than all the outward hull of religion it ril. until 'O ,
discussion of the loatnesa of Pharisaism ** upon a* something .- farm and teaching which only serve a* the Keep It In the house for emerrencgte-tor copper,for *_ especially relevant. ; to be all fitted the into-a scheme of commandment alabaster box to this divine spikenard 41| Somlt Fcrs/th SL;: ItUnU,Ca. you want something good and want k t qu blmplj tare a key.-.I.) '
*, fragrance 'of fine feeling ready in UIMat.Libby '
First of all, the at.\,- t.hom. wa lout in evaporates. This picture W the elder heavenly love. But one severe utterance .. appetizing h.1 I . l.t .
"his thought of himself,, "La, these manpyears .. brother is the perfect setting forth of tbd in a critical spirit will strike through thl.inw.rd , McNelll) Libby, Chicago, y- '' '
do I mere thee." The word "..rve' heartlessness of developed Pharitai.m purity and sweetness like a touchof & fT1"
And because the of criticismis ,
gall. spirit
;
i* not at all accidental; it i* a very essen The rtleneu came not out of deliberate y.
lid part of the picture; it strikes at one diabolism, but out ft mechanical so universal among Christian is the reason
deep faults of l'i1Iri.ai..n-the! inability of legaliam. In the end, however, these two why it is so rare to find areal, saintly
the PharliM to rise) above the idea of SCT- are hot far spart. soul who is charged with divine awentueas
t vantihlp in hi. man' relationto It would seem quite the fashion in these of spirit-The Evangelist.TlITale :
brother
God. The elder did not take of '-
matter fact days to ridicule emotionalism : 'AfttU.do... '}
himself a* a !JOn, but as a servant and There is instead a kind of emotionalism '
therefore wa' loat in his thought of him that deaerves' ridicule.Tb* piety Surface! indication are' sometime* a better I Seltzer:
self. After the prodigal among the swine that consist only in being'happy .. a poor guide in morale than the deeps of ethical rorrablvjand' Stationary" ;

[. came to himself he said ,"1 am no more piety But strike emotionalism out of religion philosophy.! On* man.will tell you why, J 'Boilers .
Engines : .
worthy to be"called thy.ton; make me a* and religion ie not religion. In the theatre for instance indispensable; ; ,. 'Ifo,
one othy hired servants." The prodigal John's wonderful epistle of love much i. another will\ tell yon no 1 leas logically, whyit cures :
4
1 thought: 01'bimaeJI a* last forever to son said about the presence of God-in the life, ought to be dispensed with. The deeper. I' :Saw.Mills"iND -roDpt1 a "iREST
ship and hoped only-for servnthip; and7.t and that,presence manifests itself in various the argument goes into foundation principles
the great redeeming fact in the reck- < forms *>f feeling. Do ,you love .the the surer each.becomes of his pootio 'ALL KINDS OF HACQIfTERYOsmplct
lets sinner. case was that he bad come to brethren T That 'Is ,to cay, do you fuel But here ie a programme of a pure ., He'ada'c.he.s
f the point where be could appreciate !apnahip. the .force and .power.of friendship?' ,'A play, from one of the best class. of theatres. '. UM eorrtX Mock/V *". : :
r Upon that fact fhe father restored of the witness of Gods spirit is to be At the end"Of the bill are several heavy- '''lJCM6Dl'Z'Z sMpnw
him. \The prodigal bad learned something found just here, in the quickening: of those type advertisements, ene of an ale-heuae,'*- .J' BM Machinery,Lew***Prioa sad feee TessaWrite ,t'l
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f in hi* 'disgrace. .He of himself ae one who had sinned against seen to come naturally a* w* relate in, the neighborhood. These advertisement us 'tor''catal pe, p..ccietc. *,* .
S _.!aiD -With-tbat'I"here'f llod ourselves-to'one another Is-the feeling are not so.likely to be found.04. .;' before buylnrv; ';' <
"I will .tI.. and go tirmy. father. 80 far for brothers and.i.ure becoming-more the programme of a, symphony concert an .' "
as this essential reduction of sonship was kindly Is theattitude $towrd father oratorio* or'an illustrated J lectureWhy '' : '
.
y concerned the elder brother wa as lout a* and mother and children)ra'affection not? Never mind the reason. Two thing )1iJjbJ' \ '

l T1f the wan*eregawho bade gcn .to' the...luJ4I ate T I* the. circle of loving interest..iden- the stage and the bar, are aaeoeiat.andopenly : ? FOR'1AE"MWELt,
: __trY .. VL *7 t'< rf .. ill"T, ; ins' This is the mark af th..n....._ of proclaimed to the .tntaenc*. I II The I '
f i L ;hIg.t th.r.Tie lit.t ttt litht of its God-thi. and'that other"feeling;'like-unto fact ought-to count;, .argument-eloiBOt.Tendencies .. Headache: Pain 1' I'' v 4 rtI

t<.',eternal spiritual"' i nifi\<.-, $hi-. aiurt bee it, the DI forth. !ct the heartin tell their owe tale..hl' 1 Dizzy-
..the man who strives lo serve4 dad the cry-of "Abba, ...ther':"' Remove back' of ? It's -I IU t
your
:
M-a servant and "otf"/ .... Is ;lost/4 Net er.otionah.m.ofthis. kind, take .. .. Dally Pests.!- j1 j VI ,, f} eyes your.

{R that be 4. *rriUai o* vea-> -o! tbctskingrel: the .substance out *>f Jif a a* Bell a* out The entire Christian' )Jifc must beat the liver!. jUse Ayer's'' Pill 8".' A
s 10trana .iei uu t so TIp "e All value*tare realized i..feelu.c.n4.&Ia., to the glory of Uiia whq an V ** bestowed Gently laxative; all vegetable! ,

r .nTr. i eL hpet t.y issf; td feelin less. mortal i* an unnatural 'IIIOn.' auperfectatouemNtlis'V. ri.t Jesus; a old .fo rs. .o..r.-: 4 ,
bkl; tJa Jll 1I ;In jInIreI .fcro ty soerrfn; .t i.. .jt we ;p the orla: or practice 'that make. men" feehnfeles. Hori of ourselves, with alt! that,is anrivto
loJ' U .. fat bd'ton emned. Pharisaianf was te.tt Him, For >o.e isiaaj ashad a .. 4'' s .. ,
1 ,. ...... t 'lefts afleaaritl.Ar. inglss..Jta' *h.ss'- (> il ) o.l* .the"'tt .4 be orl in. 01t1Yt ,11.. l' :4e

4 a.. lest.. pgwe ;p\.kA .q.....,.ny f Qn the gage *f all the world tyit ashig h.Jl. : such a he.daily'cassdib ,
mi.takft..IM. we lucre is m.eb'..JAd6lt. tIn".III1N lh el'Uiei greatness of .Jeeua It'iwaO a* should(Offer sueh." 'Saen&cCv! -

..... dht TIps....euystimeltba 4J1f..the-Iight-.the riwng.. son cap.. errtM<,.40. Hi.Jaa.- itUai' oj: .. JCKINGIIAM'S YJ

\\'IIIea..1f. deai..rolaY 1ft+*tAr,:I- .. !.r-Thaw eetf t'.....1.. .... JA.. C41\.' .. .
itself u.. nagy oale p.. God .. words ere: A feehngleoa Oo.tiux, r 01J1l'ln1 C'.... oVA1t itreed. cu.. .

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ev "& ss nseragA!! 4 Isla ; .1. ,snsw dleatseee.. h..yeerboee ,:.
: .. yes or, unbC { 'II erfal whae miracle G wgiiijp .rty Ia Coe.tlpatl.e tl ere pwpl.teas all..tl..waeg.thw. I
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T1'+ ''TtteKisslmmesValleu' GazetteTU.CPHONI FLAQLER in THE' CAMPAIGN.,>> Very few rich: men are distributing """" -. -

Isn't It getting; about time to cease their wealth, to better purposes than
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I NO. 11rUBUMED holding up Mr. Flakier or Mr.Any Henry M.; Flajrlw. .
EVBBValDAT. , Be has certainly, demonstrated by Mid-Summer Change."The
O.ne'la Valley .....ette' Other Man, who happens to own a little .
'uIIUCI'8&'t acts friend and benefactor
hl that be is a a
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f JUa.nn.&So.cltU.AOOUNTY...... more wealth than the ordinary Individual
? ,and bellve Iti
Florida we
'J. K.: POUJfD' t PBOPRIETOES.J. .. as A' bugaboo to frighten good people to appreciate his wonderful 5 good old ,summer time" Is here and as' usual Is a season
democratic Voters into for -
voting cant
it" ,W. -Q. HARRIS, f of the state its lowest notch. Partly assist'} '
_ dldates, whom be or they mahappen work for the upbuilding when your pocket change sinks to
.. B. POUND Editor I I that and will rebuke the scheme of certain 1 and partly to make room' for new goods
'- .... not to favor? It seems to us the our customers in tiding over
_ Ent_*rod at the PoMofflo In Klsalmm. ,Fla.M .. racket: has been worked for more thanIt politicians" to"-ride into office by abuseof 'we have reduced price on articles In several departments in our establishment '
D4-o1aM mail him.
matter.8ubMrlbe. is worth and that its continuance lifEIs great purpose to. malt Florida; j to Cost and below. This will "make change" to those I ,,
., will offloe-i a positive Injury to the state, and a .
< plow notify the > '
th T (all to get the paper r. tai rx. menace, her- prosperity. More '-like Moses of old-a "1 and of promise who need and buy the goods for they are not old nor ''shop-worn but
all oommaoloattoni .:e-ot Irora our author- be dl.rested 1 An old .maxim ,
''t.d oorreepoudenu m..., be signed by the than that for as the people now noml to which all eyes are to new and up-to-date in style arid just as represented.

wrlNGe Bejected; matter Will not" returned uales nate all their officers by a direct. vote --we believe the people will will save thedimes the themselves."

.Balled- editor tor.The U Dot recponalble-. for opinions expreeaad in primary elections, such"rot," for gladly feel become honored! to-him in an A.ron'andwm his We aretoff ring an opportunity for you to saveimoney, that, does not
holding' V
byoorreipond.nu. that Is what it Is; Is nothing..less thana up '
V Advertising rateemay I be had on applloatlou.8UB8CEIPTION discount upon the honesty intell!! hands., *--", j cpmejevery day., Below we give, -,' ,

RATE.Oneoopyon.yeara ., gene;r virtue and patriotism Of the ...,.be"AllrIO"It..ra.'la.tl

< .. . .....1.fOOn. ) democratic. voters of the state, who .J: .the A List of cur ,.Dime: Savers
A kneeling' of trustees, of the Partial 1
.ooP', alz montb..,..,....,,.............. ..5.ilo :
,r '."D..eop", three ..ODI e...... .f.i,,,,..(..., .: are in as great, or greater danger jo f .,Florida Agricultural Institute the location -
to being hood-winked and blinded if they; of which' in this county was ,

Y Friday,Augv7 1t 1603. are influenced by such than they possibly provided for ''by wa..beld'the last session here last oft.he' t', : !
Legislature,
can be' bv, the interest of Mr. Monday, .10 whlch TT auo.____. 1.. A f. M ote' Straw Hats at and Below Cost. orlces that will move them. Here the saving em I

T eLLO; N, tbtb6 1\ ttwnieb of-the Mat Flagler- or ant''' one else"in the.state, of Leesburg,_ Dr. Inman, of Winter I braces the dollars. See the prices: '

_ pone'!, has proven himself a worthy In thTf following 'the-'Ocala-BanDer Garden.J!. -Hendr)'._oLFt.M'erl'. .y Oll- -canigetthese-:i'ooda.a.lmosLaLyour! .$IoAOSuitnowgoeator$6.4bown :. ,
and.J. M.
(by proxy) J. W. Watson It It '"
stlkes.a key note of Independence-of price now. Listen! While they last : 6.00'I 5.48.
successor to. Taylor who has been filling Bryan of this place were present. The
that position for several :month's independent action on the part!; of Board was formally organized bl.t.he 25c hats only 14c; 50c hats. only 350zsc

past, but who resigned recently.:; This voters, that we heartily commend- election of J. W. Watson as Sac? .1.10c. 8O&74c .' .,/
barring the statement referring to Mr! dent and J. M. Bryan as Secretary. BOc-FANCY LAUNDERED SHIRT 39c.
: feature has made the Metropolis a
While here the County Commissioners *
,,4 name and a place in' Florid second Flagler know nothing. democracy: .., ,of which we had under advisement the. selection of BQY'S SUITS "t c We are cfosing'out a lotof; odd sizes at Unheard x

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,o no other newspaper publlsned,, in a site to be donated to the Trustees for -
the State. and If present indications A Set of politicians in this state are use,of the Institute. and after viewingone Have j Just received a lot of Boys' Suits priced of prices.
or two of those proposed expressed $1.00 Shirt. goes at only 48c
strenuously endeavoring-to-drag.; Mr :
count for".1l1thin eta future is from 74c to $4.00. So cheap that anybody's boy
r Flagler's name Into our primary'elec- a. preference for the place owned 1 ,5Oc Shirt goes at only 390. 1,
brighter than ever before. by Prof. Simpson n"W'''J. Sears can afford. to wear them.OXFORDS. "
act We hove another lot of those 25c Shirts in sizes y1
tIon for state offices next year> to and known as the old Bob Bass place
WB are Under obligations to Hon as a kind of terror and scarecrow to'' which It is understood, was selected from 12 1-2 to 16 1-2.
Jno.N.. C. 'Stockton for a copy of the yoters. and arrangements made for its pur- AT COST. I' '

'Taylor's cartoon book. ,The book Is These politicians seem to think: that chase: his well situated for.the purpose '
,belng__justbeyond the Incorporate We have a lot of small sizes that we are closin&,149c UMBRELLAS 49c
of the cartoons .
reproduction Taylor, the_very name of.tbli. gentleman, wll limits of the town approached: - -.
out below fcost. Come' earjjrorypu be r
at and =
;,which have been appearing in the have the wild maddening effect upon by the clay road and is well adaptedto to be saved We have a nice line of Ladies' and Oente'Jm- 1
i too late. See the dimes :
and the of the Institution. We '
Metropolis.-for a year or more thegood,, honest, earnest-mindec purposes
almost understand than the Board of Trustees $1. iQv lues. now going at only $1.10 brellas, at prices from 49c up.
politician
deallngwjth every Bred ..
voters that rag has fluanted into 1 .. .. ,
are very enthusiastic in the gutter $1.25" ;89 I'
of'the state'and their attitude upon the face of an Infuriated'bull.. and being practical business men .. .. .. " -- -- u ...
'public questions make.it) cot only lnterestlng :" What reason have 'these gentlemenFor will endeavor 'make of it a success .T5 .58 "STATIO .ERY. ,

1 but valuable. supposing that the, name of Mr, that will not only be creditable to .
Flagler will have this effect? ,them and. their judgment, but will MEN'S' ,SUMMER StlITsVfe have just received a fine line of Box Paper
FLORIDA.ay: $ theLeesburgCommerclal build an Institution In which the entire
'It ought not to. ;. It.ate'wlU fool a pride. They have ) which we have marked at prices that''will please
is all right., The state is pros It occurs'to us that tt will have directly much before them to do so and as Ids- at cost while they last. We have a few.small si you. We
V pering. :New people are commlng hereto the opposite effect -- simmee and Osceola county will reap zes' 54-, 56. 37 and 38 which we are offering} at 15c 25cuand S5c values. -
settle, to. make homes. and happiness Why? the first and the lasting benefits: from ,
for themselves and for their newfound it. successful operation, It behooves

friends and neighbors. Capital Because it goes without saying that every citizen thereof to do all within fa The above, are only a few of the many Mid-summer Dime Savers '
i be Is a benefactor to the state. its power to assist them, and U do '
Is pot afraid of Florida'investments, At1'the very time these little peanut and say nothing/ that will detract from we have in stock. Come and see them. Don't forget to ask

because progressive Floridlansareent, and because there rprislng is sus and fellows are trying; to bring his name failure it or from will their fall more work.heavily Likewise upon us Its ) for ticket on the $75 Buggy ; one ticket goes with every 50c Cash, .. ,

ceptibilityof wonderful'! development Into disrepute among the voters ot than any other part of the taUno Purchase. Your ticket may be the lucky one.
tbe state,' what I. Flagler doing? then "It is up to us" to show to the
oi i 1 and Increase in her resources. This is Be U rebuilding the Breakers, the world the kind of material we have ) .' C. W. DANN The Shoe Man. :
state! of schools and churches and beautiful hotel which among our people by putting. an assisting 1
was recentlydestroyed
the highest 'standard of citizenship, shoulder to the wheel and ,:

? 'and the' climate' is the finest in the Unaided by by fire any"at government Palm. Beach.or state grand allow and-It to glorious be nothing success.less than_i . \. .S.. S. .. .. .. .. . .i\. \a \. \. .

world.- ._ .
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appropriation! he Is extending his -- ; H.. --.
'The Lakeland Sun refers a. followsto railroad tJ r u'ib an almost' uninhabited Notice of Application to _J3elf_

Florida's efficient State comptroller; country to. Cape Sable-the southermpst Personal Property. Public Sale .Shorthorn' and Hereford Stanley's Business College

"Han.: A. C. Croom will be a candidate point of the .peninsular of Notion III hereby given to nil whom It may -
oor.reru that the uudernlRued. M ..... Kali a* Tborastvnie. -
for re-election to the office of Florida. George.
comp- Hdiiilniitralor of the eat..."tel of Robert" 11. '
t f ftroller.s Mr. Croom has made a most For every dollar the Federal government <. Lanier d..re..tHl:and of Miry C. Lanierhiawidow. = Cattle 01504.rmlea w. Deed more YOUIIIJ men to supply the de--
dwoaxed.will, on Saturday, tint Mh
.M; 'excellent, He has been straight is spending.in deepening the day of September, A. U., 1MH. at lea in., apply: -+ grap.her..! forIf youwwill- bookkeep.enter'our

' ,as a line In his omclal 'capacity without harbor at Miami, Mr. Fagler for the to OaooolacKMinlr he Ito,,. W.,K.$/ tate Johnston nf.KloruU; County, for anonlurtnveil Judge of I will offer'at ..ctlo ,'. Ocala September *, I9O3 stout fifty head of wliuol/Y.iVnm'.5m.r..lIhlu the p."rjbcd u..e: 110'lava and and"...aSioS"-.
at 1.,1011.. sale the following d.rl'1l"r.100&1l''I"rI ,..I.t.re4..4 blah-nrado *.11. and cow Moat of !!>._ .re now In'inypo same we founwa ....
fear or favor for' his fifiends or lame purpose. Is contributing a dollar I r..coPUtV. will Maoe you lu a .
_ _ | ,, belonging to toe aald estates, iwwtloa. Tb., will be '''oro.'I, cllmatod.. .. t t4 -..1eneml..... 'That kind of an officer merits ;from his private purse.. &0-..It: aicalaat U..*li from T.".. f.v.r, or any dl..._,-tar lz months *ft.r cI.l. nf pod.character and corroet h.M.. Comae
All that rorlaln mock nt rattle rungluit In the > see uN'stuuro,or for full Information ....
l the support of. the people, Thus Mr. Flail rfound the east coast 'of ooiintlei oT'Unoeola and Brevard In auld Btatutramlvd of nal.. A.plo notice of the d.i. for his naU will t>. .1.! tbroocli the .Id.
'far he has no opposition, at this stage: Florida' almost a barren waste. HeLs Rl. and markal'In.. the follow Ingnarku *.w.p.p..... Writ for f.ll partlcaUn. UWM8TANLEY.
Two undvrblu
: ODe .r. undenliiiHtund.rblt
'of the e-aQultt Is difficult say thathe converting it Into .a'perennial flower In the olber ear. and uiiden>lu|>.naerbll -
garden It most beautiful In one ear'crop half crop In the other Z. C. CHAMOLISS. Ocala Fla. --
. will have no opponent, but should he -dkaking the mr: said stock of cattle numbering huudred
u..;i..<;bave, his past recortLwlllwise, him t luxurious and delightful l strip. of. land and fifty head moreor lcu..TblatahdayotAuguM.A.D. '' OOOOOO! ooooeoooeooccoc
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'k 1, "' votes that be probably never received in the western wor d. ',("p, "' ""-- .'. M0' i8 1WW.KATZ' _.,_ ,?.?,, ..c, ., J q,. ." j :: .: i. :.._ :..........--+ .-.d........ .."... ... ,., '
Should bald ". Administrator? of the estates of Hubert II. ::1:++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++" oj 'It ++++++++++++
y \\.JI')Mfore'j; a sufficient number to'land. '? a man like this, be up Lanier.deceased, end Mary C. L uerUu eaaed. ' A'LOLAOry.tallz.d

? 'ibbn In the same,-official .capacity i tothe. voters of the state-" '" ": 'as."; a terror\ r, A. VAA..\ .w.'e:1't." ( .: ..i t ,, Semi_ jt*pTropial i 1 ''i//'; Nurseries---

; ,,talfaln.. and an evildoer?. M-A-fith 190$. , ., 7T Mi.'er :Kat f-
There is absolutely} no excuse for It ';'ratan'. .. r.It..d
: !_ l __
-Notice to Creditors.
:Tea kind of ranting i Orlando
political as and'We believe the voters'of the state -" Florida. A combination
Nolle. U tren to eredllora Legatees ofcrystalnain- '
jis exetnplled by some of the state hereby f
will be wise enough and conservative .. tainjti2.j.ho
medicinal
nd dlatrlbnteea, and all .noo. havluif do.wandsagatustthe propertiesof
'l'papers,.Jumplhg..on everyone that'sin enough \to rebuke it. estates of Robert li. hauler, i If.you intend planting any-Prult1"Teenh !fail send me list the waters of four noted mineral -

office in order to create attention Athough expending his fortune of flossed deo.ea.d to, and present Mary the V.. Lanier bin. 'widow, de- t" and strtfe-will not build up a to the undernlgned wltbin-4wo. years from ; Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. ,Indigestion, Stomach, Kidney
v millions in the development of the date hereof a. prescribed by law, otherwisethem. i ,'Liver and Bladder troubles.
to..a
*> or community! A will be barred and all who .
;x newspaper"that state. Mr.Fagler has at no time and : persona .
may be Indebted to acid enlatei are hereby requeatedto W. R SPEIR. --- --- ---
: willing to. publish Individual ID no manner attempted to' interfere ...alt.', medlkte cUlemea ultU BOX eas "- ----

V$-clal'wrlt.t.en or dictated by unsigned with its pollt.lc&l..lfalre.To thq This '::lh.D.. I'.Ktt.!" I i + M +4+'++M+++MHHfl M ++++++1 ++1 +1 ++++M +++++++iil'l "Take KatoU Six Days aid
August .. .
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Est
parties Is Itself a slanderer. The all Intents and and MORES KATZ -- ---- ---- -- e' Asythlsf YouW..t; '

'fay,to do'e-ood. even along wlth'tak- far as he has shown byl purposes I his acts, his so Anler.Ac Admlolitrator deceaaod and of Mary tbe t ematea;. Umler of,Robert doceaa II., D R' M O F F ETT'STEETtII --, --- .

'.' lag part in a reasonable way in' the vote should go unchallenged. in a P. A, VAHa-AoifKW Attorney. A teaspoonful dissolved In a .
t, A' pol1t.1caLlntere.t.a of the state, is to democratic primary" I xt-ft-nth loan.Five: glass: of water makes a delight ,

'' talk.uP the, industrial opportunities, Among his other magnificent enterprises ful and inexpensive.,aspcrlent.

4 *? "sh'owto the world at large the resources" Mr. Flagler has established, a 'I Price 'SOtTssd $1.00.
L, of your'section, and,publish .far and I 1 '

ti V :wide what Is being accomplished.-, rreat a credit(daily to newspaper any state in which the Union wouldbe Per Cent.Twenty (( NG POWDER'S} I ,sent For'by sale mall at, all postage drug stores paid! on or ,

;\\t.h&t''."'a1. newspaper and will do .... ;t "
r ; Who has be put in charge of it? -. receipt of price. ,
....3. "" 'AodIod..Ooa. ___. 4 i 1wg .1 :
q + ,good. DeSoto County News. .. .... ) aadessl. f.sew .*.ss..i. ,
Republicans? eaep.ok.. N" ETnINA." w. .hew as.. ._. .... _de.W, ta =
<< Not.all. Year, Gold BondsAnother -bs..-.bid..eeadjse a_1Iaae rot sadit.-.teamoss_de,..sad KMkta. . itrfm nepert..Cm.sat0.k.wasI.asate.. _al,.Mr..-. ...M.M4 MM. .WZsTHll This is
K \; good suggestion from an exChange ,- The .-,see 5.11.1 .... b.has Yd aas.-__ .pie, __ ft tb. ttmtlf .... ....a a.4 MM .... I ti
who has been
gentleman .
,,- "'The Slogan of the Greater, entrusted ear .-c-- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO (
...- Jft; !'lortda: movemenW should beCome with its editorial direction is policy held lip Waterbona. . M1
t\ 'to the Land of Flowers, thou discos Mr. George W. ::WU on. I\ % C"t-Twenl,,-Year Gold Bond Policy wuX for ,:
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|tented'. ''but, deserving citizen! view And who .Is Mr. Wilson? r.M'of> tty which>.'\ Neb.tt* Thus torn.of annual:was: F

:.V her ;sunny landscapes, Consider the Be was formerly of this county and also lasar.nce des ..Compoa". and Introduced* New by Vork TIM,&Bd Mutual la settle Life r CALL ON.

(ways ,of :her: people, locate and be won his political Spurs here. asset of this poltcVi-ih Comp e will law.e tea .cbou..eeI

_ "--'I.happy. ,". i years When of .he agee was, the democrats barely twenty-one of this ,Gold,...r JIb.4e..or tw.M the dollar,beans r rea.I..'Pee from The' face: Tweat."YE. : -FOR w

a' Comp.titive' Cxamlaatiosi. 1Q,1IOCto, wilt .. paid at the end of twenty /..... k ttir C {
county thought him loyalenough and (HU.C4Mi.RK..d .?4. J1i
1J.lPNoJ
,V' A competitive examination will be talented enough ''t.o'. represent them in cLoj"K

i+ J held at the cou -houaelo, Klsalmroee, the legislature and unanimously ten. Gods.i

Fla'Frlday: aDd Saturday, Aug..21thI dered him the nomination. If you dash r* to know on what tenns i AT' i1I h

I ?> and 22d,.for:,the.the purpose ,,of filling When General Bollock you can contnct: for the of .. z 4,
uuw PwC
was pur
a candidate 5 -............... ...-
,'. the vacancy in the scholarshop In t the\ for congress he selected him as .nt. Gold Bonds, d.lirci..bl 'to yourselfin ,

5., ,State Normal,''at DeFuniak Springs,, secretary of his campaign committee .tweot. .
i\ ,to which this county is entitled' and Mr. Wilson virtually directed : years or to' yourfamily ,. ;>> >>;W ;!t1l

";',j' The position is'open' to ':any young the campaign and General Bullock Immediately: In caN of:your,death, state .

\\it!4 white: : man or woman of the county, publicly and In'a most pleasing man the amouiit of, annual income yon wish i

., n,r betweetielghteeenandtwenty-five years ner extended him .his grateful acknowledgments to secure for yooraelf twenty years hence I land i rmmmni r .

"'\>of age, of good moral character, competent ,,. give date of your birth TS Formula tells the

to pass an examination for' .a From the time Mr. Wilson was I stdry : : ;

:.thlifl"grade. teacher's certificate.: ', twenty-one year old up to. the date of .
a; :pTha scholarship carries'with it a the big freeze his time; his talents and Nassau Cedar, William and LIb- Grove's Chronic Chill Cure M
_ hundred. ($100) dollars a year for,two erty 8U. New York N. Y !
Ms
,,' years of eight months each.''- Before pun belonged' to' ,the 'democratic CECIL-WILIXJOXManager.. "Ota '
y receiving any part of this money' the part ;::1 Jacksonville, F ." patent sltsdkln.i tXIasa&taowShold.of a IIwa.M UM Vast.; J.at Cii

.tti w,' ;beneficiary.written agreement will -be l'8qulrecho.to teach. at least, a for,' Mr.the,Wilson port of was Jacksonville collector of customs TILLER.;; Ajrent,ry Klsslmmee,. Fla.w FJoW Fluid ,Extract Extract i' PERUVIAN BARK Plaid Extract' POPJ..ARBAJlK.' iv;\
under
Mr BLACK
.j. [four years of six years next' succeed-. 9OOOOOOOOOOI ; ROOT' Fluid PRICKLY 'ASH BARK
Ins .the. expiration of the scholarship Cleveland} ,and his record.. an*-ofd. 'FiftW ItI.taad'IDOG: woooBARK ExSS r
j' or refund to the Statemoneytreoeiveda j i clal, ,'was' so conspicuous that Mr.4Flagler's ,. Fluid> SAIlSAPAJtBLA'. l'-'
from said '- -- L Vall DUlori'CO: Jt'Cures .

_ I ...:..men'.The person be soholarAlp required aooeptlDe'the to enter appointwill ,school IM J JA I and'It. led Attention,"'t.o. his was offering directed' him to the it .. .' & Bert the.Sl118.11316lher:?. P1131 Tonics Don't" Cure..

( .[;.. .be beglnlng of the session in Octo- ,position be now occupies. No Cure.'No Pay. Price,. 5Oc.

:;'s[.;,:: ...berg,or_7 forfeit the appointment.>> For, the; business- manager,of his BIRO'K.ERS.
$11 WB. HDrrow. V whom '' '
newspaper did -.Mr.' Flagler

'.::',Saapt Pub. .Init.Po. )select? \tj; _-___ _._ . I' 'V- j '' ::To Cure: a Id in ]) ,,; c

+" B"lev ton.rDd A.'.brother"of Mr. John. .*C"C. Stock*' REAL: ESTATE c y ;.. i

1f.: sTLreegoad mu1.. aa4.&ROD. A.p-- tbese AWD' !1I NSURANCE" T8bLaxativeBromoQuinineTtialecI.; .
,,, tiJagi look .like, 'ha .." V .< . : 61e1! +a'Y '
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_Klsslmumfi.Valleu 'Gazette ,- S ''W..t.cI' ,' of'- .,shell t .nesday'Mrti'3ttiMrs.CohgoaieltoWed tor, where; they 1 .1 ,Take To Cnr't.U-.r.lv.*A CoM' Bromo U ore'QuIneVTalets. ;Dart" 'rr ilo alFCa r ls.

\ 1TKI.KPHON Tenthonsaod pounds i soft Daytona: ; will B s1Ne s locals All drugglet" refund the' W> ey #
NO.. 11. '- turtles; W. 3. MAKINSON Co. spend month or 'nor*." If it.'falls. to cure._ E." .W-' throve rs ' "... ." 'JP "
'"The Rev.,:David'D. Kldd will" :bold ,signature is on each box. 26o ,Oeoeol9Pharmaoy. .,

PUBLISHED, EVERY KKIDAY.' Swings Ice.- Cream at Thompson's.Freezersand' .Lawn services lathe' Episcopal ,church., on"lunda'nextt "" ..... __ ....... ..... .. .." l .=_ 'A"'VANS'AGN-W'; "A.''::"
? ,BT. aNN _! ,:}
POUND 'HAHHI $. John eevel.'Qt'WtDterGarde has Moraine serytoe with Standard Patterns. at KaU's. !L
1.. 1 : ,
,ATtORkYV.AT'.LAW.f.. J -
Communion ,10:30 "o'clock. 'I-
OHUnOH- 0 '" - been a,, visitor here this week. Holy Evening serv loe at.;7:30.' :JTor real bargains go to Stanford's.HO DOCTOR.: I I, AND NOTARY 'Pustic.,.,". I.I -
.OTO""I' "
TheTamp.Mooumental Works hive J obn.oo i yds..4 Sheeting; $1, Stanford's... .... 'KlbSCMMEK. FLAr'W' ; ,
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Arm
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METHODIST' CHVBCK.-Pr.*ehlnf Mtcb ash. the largest and best; -'stock ''of granite Strickland Sc !is a new -
..m. and T oolock.. Pr&r, meet!.. '" '-- '. \
S .bal.h.11..rr Thursday .T nlni u.1,p. m...SabbMb and marble lathe,, state. Lowest prices of dealers In fresh meats to enter bus New goods arriving at Guloe Brat '. ? D R. SIMPSON' ,..,'"*
Bob o1 t:..Sunday morn nJ8c lame work'and l loess here this week.n' Is composed ton's. '., ,_ .
- t 1' Osw, for, quality material ;
Putor. I.
DBNrIST.rr .
BimiT CkooB-O. I. PrUr. Putor.- ,' Orders .solicited ,and ails- of JVLv Strickland andS. Si: Johnson Fine line bo* paper Just.roetved's4.. 'B'e SU1"e.; to

PraaahlnB.Tarr PaorU's' ,Sunday m..tlnt 11*M M m.*.. and.... 7 flnndaygohooi p; tt.Younit faction guaranteed. and'occupy' the room south of the post- '1>&nn'... v .. : Office over?Osoeola" Pharmacy.OFFICE .: ,

k 9,19 .. m. Pmrr m..tln(.T.iy Tbar- for the. next 30 office.O. Guloe A Bratton's new,. have my jIovBay .a.o 11 m..'f
day T P. m. Visitors always...nom.I .. SpeclalBargains ",Call.ud see | ,130 a'ASO. \1 '
I $r. SO.'aJ1! EM PCOPAL.,c.o e .-David 'D, days in Ry. and Corn Whiskies 12.26 M.Patrick Orlando and J.-W. goods. ,: ; pj m
JUdd Rector ".rvloe on tb. oond Sun- per gallon A. E.' BKARDEN: ; Walker i bT: 'Winter Garden have opened L Telephone No. 7ft Jun 5, ly ". "fB.
the month Moran rrloa at 10:80o'OIook. Try a'pair of solid Battle Axe Shoes ,
Evening mnrlo at 78 o'clock. Tom J a kioc;' oolor d., purloined'aok a barber' shop one door from Tress' at Ouioe A Bratton's. P-I\E\ IpTION A SEVENS. .,1"
PisnTTSatsClloacs-Dlta. wonhtp onrenr of peanuts. from Tress': store"one and solicit a share of the trad,. They DR.| .

.mouth flnt Morning Sunday.anle.and third at 11 Sunday m, a.IB, 1E..a.each day this week.-He was detected in the are not altogether unknown; to our people Jelly glasses. and fruit jars': .atThompson's. ,.......DENTIST.,... a. .

t i at 7:00 p. n. Bnuday Bohool at:4A act, irrestede charged wltiLiba. crime, and we bespeak for them. liberal ---- ,
: .. m. C. B. Mrvios at S.lft.p. A, i>ray.r filled at. the '.
meeting Thuimday... Kr.rybody tried for it In Judge Harwell'.,court patronage. Summer clothing reduced in price.' Gas Administered. }
U cordially tnritedoatt.nla that. Guloe Jk Bratton's. 8.30 A. x. to-.a '_.. *.*i 1
.nl_ F. Q. &AILBT Paitor.! ,, who Imposed a fine of $5.00 and.costs, The VFolly" went out .yesterday Office Hours:.', j 1,1,30; to .3oP.t+. ,_.-
!:" ALEX VA' "lDIIO". Bupt.Of ..B. .. which was paid b? his friends. morning,with a; party "consisting of Stanford has lust what you want In IOSGEBLjPJRBJURGY ORLANDO; :-n..ORlPJ\ri". ""; :

-- Prompt attention given any Insurance the families of' Messrs.. Add'and new. style' Oxford's.Box ; ..... t .---4--,.j,. 15


i f Official Weather Report.rAVBBA ; or Real Estate placed'withJ..''M.WllsonJr. George Gilbert and J. E....Found, 'together paper from -Go to BOo per box'at M. Wil-tSON,, JR.4 )
J.
> .. TiKPIRATela-Witt. ENM14- .. -. _ _,_. =-with--Miss--Artie- Jordanrf Pann's -.... _,?_ .._ ', - ,
. "" TMDMDAY ....18.. l. ., e. :W8. I -- 'tA1Y"PDBL1C.STATE '. '
W. L. VaoDuzor is- preparing/ tq for all O i 7 : "
d' silo Jade !City Pasco Williams of the An up-to-date line of Men's Str..wHate prescjdpt'iis -, LARat. 5 11\-
feet nls
kla. erect a 15x15x26 on Reedy ATJ
M,z i Ala. lame'place, Wm. MbDanlel of Live at Stanford's.'Another I
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tl ,sill creek place.. a means of curing a there Real Estate Agent 1';"
Oak Miss At Gilbert, ,
Mattie
--- Bandy '
, .. : supply .of winter feed for his stock, lot of "DorothyDodd" K1SSIMMEE. *, FLORIDA., '
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Prlda'' ... ...... 115 70' .110 :Wm. Moseley' andC. .Minx. "Dick" shoes received atPann's.. I
,1,saturda'..'......... III ,1 ,16 which he will fill with sorghum, peas, island at the mouth of East'Lake just .. I; are' filled by a w.. JIAR WELL I '
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f ._........ A9., ... J '
.lIod&7' s eta, eta, and of which he expects to nford is sole agent,for DouglassShoe .1
\ Monday ,. ...,. 7oTue.41a7 . .canal was' the objective point which
.Y. .
.....,Y.... 19 71 ..2'7.Wedo.7. ave at least 100 tons. at Klsslmmee. r JUSTICK OF 'iHE'PJAcE: ':
,2 .10' was reached at. 9a. m afte which the '
' ,118 .. The friends of ,,Judge Harwell will NOTARY PUBLIC STATE ATMARRiAOtia LAt.oa.i" .,-
.bllnd.,.,..... 117. 70 remainder of the day was .pent ,tn VDorothy Dodd" shoes have. the Registered'Pharmacist. '

,}. A. SIMPSON P. M. regret' to learn of the death of his sister .- .hlnev -' shooting, rambling and style !Sold: only,,by Dann. taNNaNNMNaNlNaa A SPECIALTY. '
I ,,Mrs Julia A. Colleywhich'oocured in I Offi ob Stewart Avenue.
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Our rates for Insertion!pfadrertlsements at Zion City, ,Ill:, on.the 30th. ult. flinching.day's outing. It it is having an ide..l.pot.or.an abundance a Sold. Try only a palrof by Stanford.Queen Quality. Shoes. I I KlSisIMMEE::: ,' '., '. '_4, FLA." ,

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resident'
She was former 'of this ,. "
a "
among the reading matter 'on'this I of shade, a luxurant carpet' of grass I II 'O.' "
line each Insertion. place, where she is still plAua.nt.I'I'emembered Subscribe for ,"The. Designer,1? at: P. TBOMA.SON.PkysletoM sad ttargeeettAA
is ten cents per
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and- swept by grateful
page contlDual1r SOcts at Kati's., cpR..14.fo.'Pkoai'33 !
' '{ by numbers of our people.; per.1ear I 'NUFF SEt ALU a.ewaasaY
.' breezes from the.,lake,."and .this party | '"
d l-n- 1 i orrio vPiiM4k>
colored Fresh Tuesdays l Frl. 0,
arrested
John Blake, was enjoyed it verymuch.. j .
N\\NNNNaNN\\N\\NN\\N\\\\ KISSIMUKK TtX .
Reeves &Woods'. Phone 01.
at
Mr.J. '
on suspicion a few days ago_by the'"M :
The ..meeting ,heI4''In' ., E -.
., A. Anderson near Ms turpentine ,; 28th ''by Subscriptions\ received for "The De- ,\f.
cburch"'Buuday.nlght., July ,
i 88lO Kat,'.. ,
Local News works. An Investigation proved Johnto slyner'tat peryear.. At
he Tadies of the W, F. M Society, DIY
, , be "escape1* from the Brevard assisted by jbelittleOrenge Blossoms, Stanford has JUu received a new

county tang,.the authorities of which was' quite an' Interesting event, and lot of Spring Dress Goods.. Call and ,
:
were notified/ of his;presence'who sent see them. *
hose who missed It failed in hearinga

'Phone Sheriff Brown over here for him. Brood thlnar. The excellent paper$ ."Dororthy Dodd" Sh6e3f are-fuily
us
,: .. your w..to-1 J. W. Miller left'-last night for the \>-y three of the members,, tyna Farnsworth guaranteed, 'you take no risk.' Sold' ,

, { '.1 We'll'do the' running.KIS&IMMEE 1 stock markets of Tennessee, Kentuckyand Mrs. Bell! and Mrs. Chandler, only by, Dann. . '. ,
other western states.. The objectof
"; I' were Indeed worthy of praise, showing The handsomest of Spring and .'
DRUG Co.Wade" .! his trip is to purchase a carload or much thought and study. They plainly Summer Dress Goods ever offered In .. ."f .
. _____-e two of horses suitable for this market showed-us that missionary Work is town at Katz's.We J&viFAMOUS, -, tt

the tuner. Orlando. and he will cov 1" U the {territory increasing rapidly. ''Mrs. Overstreet, ,,, .Jj'ivoav: .

Read our Business Locals. named if 'necessary in order to get the President filled the chair" with all are now, handling, some extra ,
',:
fine .Fresh''' MeaU-Beef, Pork, and SUOffroiifJ.JlU32V'- :
what be want. He eXPectA to be away :
The
the grace and dlgn, of a
Printing queen. '
Job
Send us your Mutton-at our market. Call up phone ,, ,, '<
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hundred at the three or four weeks. little ones did well in speaking and 61 and give. us a trial order. ,
1 Valley Old papers Gazette 200 omce.per 1 1Bl the vigilance of Sheriff Prevatt staging, as little ones always do.' The Reeves dt.WooAi; WHY ? .i' ,
;
Will Minor the negro' who shot an '
weather- kept quite a '
The Earnest'plage Outlaw family in South have Klsslmmee.moved to otherat Campbell some time agOls number rainy away, otherwise it "was goodly ah We will furnish Stove Stove Wood Wood-1* delivered : x Because they have stood every test "for, -dui biIi i, :.style' I y

tho tow securely behind the bars of the evening well and prufltibly spent., to any part of town at $1MW'per' and comfort, that years of service have subjected them to and'I)'' 'I
Mr. C. N. Garrett, proralneht county jail 'awaiting his'.t.rlal. The Strand. MAYNARD LUMBER Cd.rMY.a ., I' ;
met 8atlsfaction/ojf>
.. '" The suspension .of the mall route : have every requirement thereof: to'the entire f. :|
In town day
citizen of Whlttler, was "rlsoner had made his way to Lake .
between Kissimmee and Whittier la the hundreds womenwho.daily.wear them, f
and the thousands of :
or two of the week. county, where the sheriff had himocated ,

L, C, Conkllntf left for Jacksonville and arrested, after which he, causing people: of moro this inconvenience1 county than to'almost the They are therefore famous for the three Qualities that must ',be,,' | ,

Tuesday where he transacted businessfor went there for and returned with him. anything."else'of a similar nature that combined in a shoe to entitle. jt to any consideration. 'at all! ,Ma4;.

a day"or two of the week. By an agreement. between the Pastors could be suggested. The route sun- I'y' brands of shoes look wail! ;;many,'

... UandyA, 'handyhave moved into 'of the Methodist, Baptist and plied Foghorn postoffic, '[(which II have one of more of' these 'poini 'of.

their new stor. room next to the Mose Presbyterian churches for the month I eight. or ten miles from Klssimme{ .1&0))) I p excellence well developed l "' and are're

ley residence in North Klsslmmee-,- of August Sunday night services will and the people along the poatawlll b;; ally good shoes but none have file
be held at but one of those churchestthe i ,
Mrs. Freeman nand children were forced to get their mall from Klsilm- ,
among those coming up'from Basslnger same.to alternate.' Next Sunday roM or Whittier, compelling them to three'developed to that degree that. ,;,

on the steamer Llllle last Friday.Dr. night the services will be'' held at the trave toany miles for ,their mall, putsthern'tn.1e same class u' the

liollowav-:pent Sunday with Methodist church and will" be conducted which is an inconvenience of no little 'ueen Quamy.. They linapproachI;<; :, I

He reports oon- by Rev O. J. Frier of the moment and that they should not be ed Yand so< far unoproachable1iy;
-hls/famlly here. ., .,.. .., .. ;
baptist church.. forced_ __to__ bear.T_ __. Whtttfer...being_. near.._ __ : !t. -
'siders111s.ickpese. ;' &..of-".a. mild".....type.'-,.at" ,,, " '" p competitors. .Of course we keep'; "

t;. ,, r Carters.,, 1'!; 'Jf} ''I', ,'."*"', ''',* ;,. "'"' ': The O'Qulnn little': friends,.,U> the"o? number Master; Raymond of a the pIe,'center In that of vicinity this county must,,'necessarily the peo. "j:4Mr, .'erT .- 1 full supply) ;.,bf alt styles on,' :hanct/ : *x .

t Harry,,Van.Vleet,andJLevert\last:; months Greg* score'or more assembled'at the home do' the most of their business here. You Will .be, ( ot yt. 4' Their fame ,w.as.not made by, not <

t cry loft on Saturday for'a oMils parents! last Tuesday. a.fternoon Here they buy their supplies' get their doctor's apply to one style or' one price
bunting that fill the orders ,
lake we
Okeechobee ,
the
: w' stay on celebrationof .them. The' Queen! 'Quality.'t.mark
toassittthim
In the proper medicines, send for' their physicians, '
when fill
: .and fishing\ ., hfi "th 'birthday. Boys and girlsof come to court and where they are properly'- we' one on any shoe is a guarantee that,

t Mrs. W. L. VanDuior and children his age from all parts.of the 'town necessarily forced to have most of ,for you, r ** '' ", it 'Js the best. :Summer weights >and

t returned home Monday from Jacksonville were there, each carrying a little their business dealings. By ,the; sus-- 'RRSCRIPTIONS'are LC' ;** Styles now on hand'. We invite'our.;

t-- where they have. been -visiting' present as an' earnest of their good pension of .the route a letter from important''' lady friends to enquire for them. ii.*. t E i*
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the most \',partof .,'
several weeks. : .. :\
for wishes for-hlnw Game were played Clsslmmee to Whittier goes to Jacksonville i : '

: The date of the public sale of until wearied thereby when, refreshment then to 'Fort. Pierce (one a druggists'lose sight.business.of this', fact.We FOR,, SALE i llV> .KISSIMMEE ONL.y.' BY I, i":' .t

Hereford battle at Ocala by -Z. C. were served. The young man day's travel by rail), then to Fort never .
is in' the
' Chambllss has. been fixed at Septemr was equal to the eccassion of entertaining Drum-another day by star route- The compounding

her Othi: See add of same In this : so many, all of whom refer to then to Whlttier-another day; three hands of one thoroughly com ;H.C. Stan or4;
at his ,
t who has ,. disposal -
the'occa'llion in the most t;, plea.a.ntterms. days,, provided of#. ..courseit makes petent : .
. paper. andfresh'DRUGS ,
-- a full line of.pure ,)
Messrs., ,i Hardy 'and Joe( Walker( ,' connections at the several places, but : ., < ".., ,4'" \
h substantial citizens! pf Our Normal Schpol continues to' five or more If Jt happens ,to; miss,
i. two of the most rrlces In ) I.:'
bow Klssir
or
the lower part of the county were in Improve both ID'numbers and' the which is frequently the case. Thus a the highest i quality. 'Th6' Originator

several days of this and last quality of the work. Capt. G. M. week or,, more will be required under of. 'moder .
, town Our charges are .te
' I week. Lynch: of the East Florida; ,Seminary tho most favorable circumstances' for ,. .

: Saturday lass: wad with us last week, takinr the ,i a letter to go from here there and'n '
; Prevatt left on !
i r Sheriff Bradford county upon receipt of place of Prof. McBeath. prof. EllisIs answer returned, when over the' old Kissimmee. Drug Co.ooooc.. '
for
,; thenewaothlsmother's .edou.mnen.: : earnest, zealous and industriousand route but three days were-required at !- l ,
l th&t.Ihe !is convalescing by I is very exacting in his require- the outside.. The;"business here and XXMOOOOOC -

.' We hope ments'. This is as it should be. Prof. throughout the county demands, the '
this time. McBeath returned and took charge re-establishment of the route, for it. .. NOW IS THE! TIME: :

Mr. A. E. Godwin a prominent last Monday. It g&es,without saying will evidently'suffer: considerably if it A

f, 1 stockman, came up from his ranch on it that'McBeath's name and 'presence Is not done and the popple;) should lose \

the river last Friday and spent a day will- inspire. any educational cause no opportunity in placing this feature : b

or two attending to business'. matters with enthusiasm.. The enrollment has .of' the matter before the department. t FOR "eo PAYSg' :. : ;"

with .average Since tb. in
in this place. reached twenty-seven an shove was put type we >
Mrs. Olln Hughey and little daughter for' last week of twenty. We hope learn that. Senator .Talliaferro and PRIOBC' WIU. BB iO.DUO.O" .OOH: BNTIRB lTlN! "# '. :

y who have been visiting the familyof now to be able to cont.inue.the school- Hon. R. Wr. Davis, have taken this ( ;
r
y g
; for several weeks, lefty for the entire term of eight weeks. matter up with the postal'authorities I fA : :'
L. aDd
)Pughey '
{ theirhome P. at' Braidentown last Last Tuesday, Louise, the bright little '..and that the probabilities:'are' that the . All persons indebted? to ,me will! please call pay'

;. for morning. daughter 'of Dr and Nr .'.F" G* route wllfcbe" reestablished "and,on a / their. accounts. as same. must, be ,clostid, up'f i .
Tuesday
t 4 tri-weekly basis: B &wcshould relax f k k BS Sl B MiMl i Sl MMMS B i MMSSMKMSSJM M kt S SMSMBMHHSMSia S S HS SlV _
: reached her ;12th birthday. B MH( HB H> H S
came Thomasson.
.
"
Miss Beulab Alderman up beflttlngly celebrated" no effort until this is assured. ." PlElAL.&TAN"O"CI: ., "
The event was .
last
from Basslnger on .the Llllle Hills the. hospitable tome of hej>arenU by I 'vW A 'T S O' N:: i
Friday en route to Brandon 1"111.vlal', the'following; Misses:, EstellVOvor- ,-' -. :----- ; d.. : ;

bore county where she .relative, street,. BeVta Bryan, May Graves, J. L STRICK ND. '. 1 S., '", 5JOHNSON.Strickland '.. .
(awhile among friends and ; Su.le' Take Mildred, J ; V j +'
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RsabaeILeake, : (61. VV VV VV VV :
VV
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tbdktnd friends and vV . '.
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,,'" I want to thank Lee, Mary Carson, :Lucy Belle Bailey, I '


m l .! 'neighbors last administered, sickness., who' to so God. my kindly: bless dear and you.wife lovingly alu.t In /her The Addine atedfcy home Gregory Mrs.bad Thomasson been, Virginia becomingly. .for MakTnson the dec oo* '& JohnsoJi: .' t 11111111111i1111111! 11l1Mi11111111111t1111111I11I{ 11111i111111' 1L'YJ'' 'lt! ,"' *=,*. *.


R. SMtaRufus : kSCIMNU + PHONB .
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=
r 7 .'tfeson and after ...the-1WJe one. had ... C NORTH "

Jordan, a prominent cltlsen'I become tired of play .refreshments of ..., .DEAi.KRS.lM "V '''' rFreshflMeats \ E c GRIFFIN '"&> si""
cake ; W. !
the and chocolate, were
''haspurchased loe cream
yq of Polk'':county f ; E.
j "Cochranplace" 'The table 'deooratkmrrOses "V getatileS 'Etc., ,
known as the served :... ,
house.and lot =
; '
1' :were so I arranged as to o
has
I fronpJulfueHide.;: He and pinker, ; ;! :

y ',. moved his home his there.family. 'We into wlcomtt.hem It.nd'.lll. make produce..cake a: being beautiful>,surrounded effect; the thereby'"birthday , r Now:in business and solicit your trade 'The best meats thecountrya.ffords'wUl.be !.' fafC 1amil' 6roceri'es::

1881
word ,
the to
with
was In *white, handled. Vegetable when they are
oitixena of our town.i affair ;, 0.., ' "
Williams one.ol.Whittier'sclever ) Louise 1903" in pink letters.? The be had. Prompt service,'liberal dealing;\ ,,and the best goods guar-. E. '

.J\;
V "' here"recently On .Monday night; from her 'friends as '
; *-
presents '
:"straddled"ths. Masonid goat for the handsome Her DOcffl''T :' POST ,OFFICE;: I ; solicited, ;;=
first \lm.arid was put throe the' paces. mementoes of the lhynp..tn occasion i. wishing many NEXT,. . ., ] 'Delivery,every Hayr: ,,at..any ,hour ; patronage ry.L
I.Dd.wl1t'Jo1n -
f 1W'i'
of the E' Af degree. Ua'nade .*- Onebeginging l 1 1
IWI
r .141nIt. her a return of many, m..111.u oooa- I IiWluit.lUi111IilUlUllilUilitlliUtl ,
JTI wlthprtctloafn tJ'
IIIId .
f .J.righ', awptoeur, "': .1".1"'f.
'
slons under no '
( lU, learn tQ.fttbdue the goatihlp., : ., '.. ..io .0> .p ,\I.of I' .. _, j
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IL THE xaan, belied-at the po.bl-- ortem. I

,, MYSTERYOFTHC' "U not JVIr. ,King to (oof-ailed r ;eSouthern

flaked one of the jurymen. .

j a "Ilejls;! \Ioablu to, attend, I, havedoctor' <; "
certificate to tbd effect. But, & Floridy.

I after tb/s ,.vlleDtV which has been'given ,

; I think Ills presence was.hardl.1 1,
TABLE
material" LOCAL TIME
S .
"Now, t thinkIt, very material" oas-. /ia8 .
jected a juryman. "lie was .known to EFFECTIVE JUNE 1903. r r

ti r r k 1 I f 1311 have quarreled with.tbe deceased" DOWN. ', J' READ UP.. ,

, IIIIIIIIIfIII111H111 "It can be proved that be was in bed READ .. ...
% Jo.d.
: : : ql'h' How. to rroenr Gond -
"at tile time 'of his death" answered s.

the. coroner.; "111.' was lu.much injured I I imvc 'flm-e plans to, refer to 1ht '! fTIOSS.'I'; I. I law elr.ItJA.M. N -'

i iyr : m;<5 waracn. .-. that'he! was watched: from the (conference for jour consideration;, w I AM.I FI' .' 1')1. .

Author of ** Tile AdUse flit Aarsh. ctc. '. moment be fell "dotfn.. .tainting< after Ihrce plans foe the...purpose( ot delerm- : .. A.M4sou4Ji12ULv..J
on ., ., rands. We '.. . . . ... A.r 41 ,
shall
deceased off." lug how \vo! get good ..:. . ... riaeoa.. .. .. '! aeo119b !
tbe '
Oorrrlrbf.. UM; t>y a.>.* Boars Boni.|, flinging :. : \ .
11..c101 ,.. .. .. .. a'l .. ..
lIQ , .i: 1011
\ to discus ( .. KnthINm.\ u. t"
.
not
""Veil but'I submit that to are going n'lI . . 1213 . .,.: ....s. 1'":." .
I we"aught .. .. . . .. . ... 808... .. tll
CHAPTER. gtlckels. at his lodging to ask" how:-ho., .these roads or 'what they will .da. tptus. 60!! '. :.. USJ: u .. .. flroVllola ; :
was '.' have proof ot ibis in evidence; When /.r.. .... .l'u8dlllll .... ....... ....... .!) 220 IS '
.. :
w, Continued. ?; We are astonished going: Into 680 201 12611 "ir.. ..". . ? . ..'. "
.5.-
a man Is found doud.. with a bullet ID ? . .... . .. .. :. . VI..II'U'- 2118.200 110
.
Into ClG7 1211 ,.1.18 ?
Tbere was an adjournment for IUUTcb But here again, Nell ,blundered past his iiead--" ". ,'. the different communities and 7 18 :9. 421 1 411 If . . .. .. '.:. .. ..; .Canlela .. .. .. .. ...nr r"'H tOM 1 860

d on at this point and afterwardcame the Opportunity .thus given her). for' lit stopped'short.-hisattrntlou'sr, the cities to see the backward condition 1'4" ....2117" .. . . . . .. .... ........ ... ..Arabi...r... ....... :....... ........ .... ...+'e".., ." lJ6 ..L,). ..... 8"1111'I'll c
..
well ns .
Improvetnout . . ... . .. .
-the ..upreme''IIen.atlon; of the Clearing her own character rested like that of every other personIn i 111rt'ri't as !! ..+ .112"" . _. . . . .. . .. . .AMhbllro... .. . . .... . .'. ,. ''". 101' 10 5oe
.
'day-lhe ppearanct: of Nell Claris. OB "I didn't want to go. Miss Theodora' the court; by a cry a movement, on. roads.. We, winnot talk 'about that 8J6 800 :810.121' .. .. . . . . .,. . .1.ll\ou : .... .. ,. . . .".."., .. 128312 730

a witness., v>j. '. made:me'go," said, she, r' the, part .of Nell Claris. Springing but; I want (o Impress upon your minds 11014/: / 410 381 .. . .. . . . .... ...p... . . Lonotf . -- . ... '.n,, .'. .. ? 121:1: 12 I 70tI
"Well you went at any rate and what to mo seem the proper steps to I 1I1t4., . . . . ... . ... . . . .t'IIIU.kll. . .. . . . . .. .... 12001201: 169:.
her feet she
: 'tongues. had been busy with her upon gave a moan a'aap' .. . . .. .. .a.
115111
roads.First .. .. . . .. .. . .. . .. ._ . .Ad..1 ... . ... : 67 8489Ml
name.lnc.. the crowd flied out ot the you saw him and-spokoto him. and then looking round herewith 'ou tnke to secure better 049 425 II 411.! .. ... ,. . . ... . . H'unpID".. .. ... . .. . .I'.. ... 114811E ao.

court. "No one could doubt the Importof "No'; I didn't speak to him." quick frightenedtnrr sank down in It.you expect to proceed along 10'41" 505 4liii a 48rAr 66 . .... .. .. ... .... ,,"aldOlltl\. .. .. :. . . .. .. ..... ..." 111011111 800

the questions the coroner had put to '"Well you aawl hIm; didn't you?.... her'seat. the old lines\ of raising two three or 1')1. 1110L": ; ...". ...,.i... .. .. .. VahlOtttIIo .. . . . . . .,.'. AI' 11 MAD!.

"No; I wouldn't.look at himI Therevas u buzz of whispering, live mills, on tho one hundred dollar 11.7 11211 .. .. .... .. .. ..... '." ,llnyiow;.. .;. . .. . .. .. Lv:. 10 2 \'l
Muss Bostal. It ws plain that Nell .. .. .. .. . . \ 944
. .118\1
.1I.w \laloktlon. .. . .. . .. .. .. ... .Fargo .t. n.
tll'l
beard him \it wILbe.Auot1lfr4alttUr: RW: ,
'''the ; that-pas which was checked by tht loud Cry of .. . ,. . . . II \ 'CI8
Clifford who <
only person, except .. . .. .. ..... .. ..Uaxtlr ,. '
'was-knownt
Ill-will toward the deceased wan hr iva# goingto-BtroanrL.:,-. ", tHere .' .ullelL and eworn. Ills evidence wan : in your community. It 7 44 7 83: .:. .. . ... .. . .. .. . ." " .. . ? :: : 11111KIt j .
now
; lay under the- suspicion vf belrig concerned a frightened Jook,passed suddenly : o\1lyaD echo of hliTcdlleaffneranil: was --will-not do. There is something In It. !/ HIO r ,. . . . . : .. .. ..'.Ja'lklloll'.lllu. .. .. .. . . . . . . A.I.I 7.11 IP'M'1'60A.lI. I.

t In his death. across tbe 'girl' face causingthe hardly listened to br the crowd in tbcourt but not enough There areabout\ -1A.11.1. 1'lI. .. !.M, ,

Perhaps the-girl herself when she _jurymen! one and all. to look at who were occupied with : 'IX000| .road officials or supervisors lulUe l >. i.v-! . . . .. .. ..-... ..L.'.Vnidnsta- ;-;. . .Ar110 611111 60'! '''

from the magistrate's Into her more attentively than. before. stronger situation 'nlted States and ns they :will . . . . ... . ..I.kel.llrk.. .. .. ,.... ..., Lv1021110h2''

came room ."Ye." The coroner's address to, the jar- not"give their time for nothing a two 111\7\ 6717', ...... .. . . .... ... ..JI.olllnlf . .. . .. . .. .. . ".. 1014111117

the court, was the only person present The answer was a,whisper."And .- was a short one, and Indlcalt. or three mill tax is eaten tip for expenses' 1 658 .. .. .. .. .. .... ...... .. . .J".r' ; .. .. .. .. .. . . 9 lit 948
who did not realise the in very .. '. . .. .. .. . . . U gIN 'Oft'I'
position notice : of 11118 fund 6611 Ii 1111 .. . . .. .. :;.Whlte I "rlullll.;
which she stood. For; she, alone had of course you didn't more doubt in the .mind of the corw* A very large part ;,.': i00 ... . .. .. . .., ...l.akaCity. .. . . .. . . . . 'I IIIIb 840KJ i,
been whether be seemed In his usual health 'than. existed Jn the minds of his hear' 1 Is consumed In this way. It It In wl..etQ 'l'1i .. .. . . .. . . .. . .I.nk IJutli.r. . .... . .. . .. .. . . U 1113 7 69SL7 :
t absent the
when searching que. or not?"""""* i ers. .r* make a direct assessment It seems I II Ifl.. ... ..... .. .. . .. .samisouvlty .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . . 760 f9XHMl
fleas were being put to her friend. ."I didn't notice." __ to me you should assess at lonnt'neven 880 .... . . .. ..... .. 11 alii ptoo .. . .. .. . . . . . . ; 783 7oa
_ Nell made a bad impression from the 'Of not. Then went back When the jury had retired tin murmurs mUU-OJilhe hundred dollar 9211,111), ) .. .. . . .. .. . .. .. . Urao.Un.--: . 8113 SIts
to ten one
fi very first.. She was wrapped up to theeyes course you rose higher and higher, 'aid th1 IIS4i 910 .. . . .. . . . .. .. -Jorohome. . ..'i. . . .. . . . oj s81N 894l015,96
to Colonel Bostal's house with Miss valuation. Instead of having $10.0(10 ; .. .. .. .. . ..'. . .. .... ... 016 aa0
.1 in-* long squirrel-lined cloak and excjted discussion of toe probable v'f- /(' AI' . .. .. . .. . .1'aIDtka. .

'a'boa of brown fur and she wore a Bostal T"" i diet, although repressed a little 1 by thJpresence 't|to $13,000: !in these counties get a fund __ .\.M.'I'.11.'' .. '_ _ .. __ _______. .. ______ __'_-,-- A.M.PId., _.V
"Ye of '.I !.OOO or $IOOQOj;; ), or more.
NellVwho ttittt '
of sat like a the AII.Yeai'.Round "Dixie Flyer" Sltcpa -
large hat. which helped to hide even Schedule' of
"Did notice th.time at alit Can to to do ,
It
Is
It not
agreeable you
:n the outline! of her lace from. the crowd you tell'u.yon. what time It was when you by Mis_Bostal's side had grown* 4 DLO that If It lg-to4 much oppression, upon .. ,'i ,t.\ .:. . . : .-. .Ja'I.ionviflI;; : 'ti:' ti.-t"'i.:. U\------ir.i: : : : :: : .. ii' u -

In the court behind her. But from the ". a loud roar before the Jur rei\ TJn tt Is then jTrit I'm! '. . . .. . .Vnldotn. . . . . .. . 1O\ era.1233nm .
reached house believe It ,
the and
glimpse which could be caught other ,into court._ the farmer we : . . . . . Tlffnn! . . . . . . 8aoam14ii
feature. she moved hurriedly "Intothe ;"No." When they r took their seats tho-rot* let us advise with' ;you nnd mifrgrnt another RID . . .. . .l'orlli.I.... :.:. . . . . .. .. 2 42: al1l .
as "You' can't give any. Idea?" plan which Is being adopted( Ar... . . . . .!.Macon . . . . . Lv :4 45 "in
k place pointed out to her It was evident ""N00! ,_ of the crowd had suddenly given playatti raoBtly- in Eastern States MnsnarhnsettB I 7 2/1/ sal .. .. . .. . AU"utli. C ot o. 1lY . . . .. \I 00 pm
that her far-famed beauty was -a hush In-'whlctLjhe voice Ot thin llkJ"m .. . .. . . ..('h"ttanoogaN.XtMr.i.IIY. . . . .. 90opidt ,
r'. for a time under eclipse, for her come "Not even within. an hour? comber asking if thej had agreed Wt\ }*-New Jersey, New York, Connecticut I 61111 1'10" .. . . . . .. . Nnshrale. . . . . . .. tI SO m1140pm -

with and "No." verdict was distinctly heard. and those States down there -' . . . . \I"rtto.: . . . ... 643 am
Plexlon; was blurred crying "And when yow got to the house \ In few minutes the neWftiftd have adopted the legislation called (lie 7014HIO . . .'. .'",. Looh+. ILL. CENT; n.n . .. . . .. .. OSOpm'llid"
per blue looked sunken-nud-color- -- a .. -
J less. eyes what did you do?" spread from the; court to the flH''''4 In "State aid plan. What III (hit t? The :" 1M aottd -train with i i irJi ngh eoaehos;; and' Parlor alwpen -Irotp; ;;.,s Mae i

-I cried. outside that tl* v.tptr" Slate appropriates perhaps onr-lmlf con and.lsrkaonvtlie, and coulee' 1'1111"111.IIIIY..t\ drawing room deeper l I Ivtwmtn :M: .- t
All that seemed to concern her was "Where? In the kitchen" -- tbe market place of the money end the county' which con and Jn.-ki..>-'n>.lll... curoiito to ;and Cr'llnt.. Louts!! Mo, via Atlanta Chnttauoogit'
_
to hide' as much of her face as she "Yes. .I think. so., I. hardly remem diet son or was persons: "Wilful unknown murder:'by aojn- gets the road' pays one-quart. nnd NnxliTtlU"IJulokht"h'I, Martin" U mid,inollil Cairo.Irnlii iK-twiH'a. MuC'iii HIII! Palntka and. -carries- -through coach
could and to give her answer so tbat ber." !tu wbl'II'till' road !19 In
the township .
1 I itnrn Jla -nn sn.IJnekn" +urvtll"|
they aliould be beard by al fen person "Mist Bostal left you to go upstairsand -.I rated the other quarter. I'cmnylvnnln Itoiin! Trip'lli-k now on oitln. to Siinur.cr Tourist roliitH .nd to 'Itiootlo beech

_ ,ae possibleThroughout the mend her dress. Do you remember CHAPTER XVl. I 1 believe, has adopted that/ IntV | and Whlto Hprinifw\ Fla.1VILLIAMt'us'KLRTN11AwVled. . '
whole of her evidence she had to be l'riil'l"iit.' Mn.-on, On.C.
that?" '- end of the within the last two ", ..C'kll. That Mni-uu 0... "
,
When Miss Bostal at the It KHIIUKK, IciiHrHl I'aom'inft-r Air"nt
admonished to "speak up and to answer "No. Ob. yes I think I do." proceedings turned to Nell and toldher brines all Interests Into It. It Mina .1. 11. lUtPTKUY, I). I'. A. J a" ....n.til", ri.i. -

at once and straightforwardly.Instead "Now I don't want to worry. you. butI to get and come home, ah \ in the railroads the roi-poialiens, o till I LBOX: t. UELL. Atlanta Ill..
of t.klntime/ to think out her up Interests. and In these Kastcrn . ,
want you to think before you answer found that the girl had fainted. nirgwat ; - - - --- - -- '--- - -- ---

i replies as she showed a Wong disposition me. When Miss Bostal left you to go George Claris, who had not been States a large part of the taxable; rv. take moonlit of ,Ihelr-valume and thlelioens. '

to do.Altogether. upstairs what did you do?" .. |-n tr-is niece during the Inquest but canes Ito In cities and In 'ol1lOrolionB. = } OPUS The amount' of the (lrlk"U4 '
she bad witness
was a .
the kitchen." Massachusetts only has about throthirteenths amount of matcil-il: WiisUed
"I-I-I went Into had stood In a corner bj hiiuaclt with cg"ale'tiic
decidedly the worst o$ them all. Not And yon cried these?" of ltd wealth In the oat and by {'at'ulltllll the amount
folded arms watching; the proceedingswith 1 N C OW8)
Mann much
even nervous Mrs. gave so .
"Yes.; heavy frown cam' forward lying districts. I believe iiinnyStntrswill (' carried away by ilxcrs Inn
a
trouble.' If.there. had ,, been o.breath. "And.can you tell us about how long sullenly at Miss Bostal's Imperious gs. adopt drat 1>111n. All .should. Mis.sourl given period of time, geologists cin
of of the before she
suspicion girl yon sat there crying? is one. Illinois Is nnollHT Iowa : the mount of time icprf-
ture. The laic discovery In -tri\\lio:: i 1 llntl
stood ID the witness' her
place! man. Is knottier. These three States meverv dlllrreut of rtn'Ih.I
nor and her answers would have been "No. "Look look; )Ir. Claris, don't you ( of salicylic acid!, n ''|K-<'llli111 n<'u'v touted liy the laY'I'1
i"Pre.eDtly you made tbe tea,.didn't ValnfedVl-icrr-d| largely tie bread bosket of the 1'11 I' lists seemed to continuthe In some ouch way as thin. from |hI
r'' sufficient to arouse. the feeling in alls see the poor child has < 1111I11 ''11I1 '
your ; I United, States and yet, each with! nonrly , of Mind In lienrhen Au-
_ those who heard and saw her give evi : she astonished at his apnthy. l idea] tlmt llii'Kc Iol.I.rl.11'. (> 11 .
of have not
miles yet
2OO.OOO rondo of Ijik Mich
dence.' A'pause. 1'es.. I see," replied! he. eliortly, wltb ftlralile: urtuK oC food fo iln> initis:. ; (lntwntlinated the age !
The coroner went on: a cool nod. adopted any .system! to Improve these The tlTcit of f.ti't-touo-cl. In, d'uto In-u. ;\lothl'r system t bwollrlnt
W "You are the niece of Mr. George to recollect It only happenedlast primary arteries common ronds.( It founded
"Try : -- 'Poor little thing! Tho horror bas 'I the Mllr-yli) acid 1t )Wc\"er. ils 11.4thall geologic time Is on tll' fllI'!
1 Claris. 1 believe f And ;you were present night you know. Miss Bostal 'been too much for her! Poor 'Hitl,. behooves\ you ns men to think that the linn.lii'dtli of a yr.-i! !. .in ..I pIe of the evolution of llf>. ..Ils!
when the quarrel took place between In the tea brought lo not Iriyjrovo roods In 4111 and
brought vlf you -
nays you thing! went on the ladj. as she quietly your pound U foil ml. are (lie r.rds In on* ncronut
.tbe deceased and Mr. CliffordKlngT" Into'tbe-dlnIDgrooll\:: Missouri Illinois and town the States
'? R ;youremt'mber unfastened Nell's. cloak and loosened I is taken of tbe ainoi'ut of ('blJ1
+) that?" that have Improved roads (and 1 ,cun '
doing full to the tipxt.:
record
from _
.Jem Stick. the front of her gowu. "A glass" ,of Some bacteria' \ IOIRF fimsl:: nod roilo [ one
!"There -wano qoanfCIT 'show In the South
"Oh. oh. yesr- yon llmju'ovoments .
i ._
ater..anmo.lttle.... >lenee.jl.Aiiddotft lcllIl..lu..J.u..Wft- gl lol"--iu.hu\ -- v
"el..ttaeked-'hlm.--- ..truckDireKing --And dld'yo\fthe 1obk kt'tlid"C1d)? targrFy--rr\ -ndrnrrre-nr thv Jfortlil wtlH r ..pldere..mttlr.4.C.lsr.;
Iiliv thn
crowd around her; let her all dark but slirnfts anal lowering; ji.mt.'! :'
his
with knife through the win Do .. ffo Into the market and burn you up
remerober
;you student the C1iuve'rlrity'oGrenu'
'air we can.? r nronot,. usuallycrtvljj I! tl :1II1 111.0'f' \ at
w; dow.. 'He stabbed him. "No. I don't remember! ," ', ,;.+i 't;' !"When the'g1r1'tame 1 > to.herself a i-- ,and freeze: you, out/'Youuiu, ;* !!t, nlld propertyr'ot;Ilbo" 11IOrelll'en.! + Or' J cylvonlu jproved 'the other' dnjr 11m s'-! :
And Mr. King struck him back? Bostal In'the dln roads'c to-colDf'etl' -intbe'dvenuee'ol? $ '
"You found Miss > ?, ( box.heput'
t J 1 li tars aeenot'colorGbtlnd.Ipto'a>
did inlnutese thanks Bkkurtsr: lI\t \dle
she in a few hO' r
.t. "No. Yes.. At least be.caught,hold What'wae' she very r roclal.nndomutepclub, )'hfl* !Mt! :'&g?tlY; '
ing-room. doing | | $
) < ini-
to the 'IDlnlstrotlonl_oC Dilse. Bostal.1 t'"ditu. 1"o 1tl I'VC I li f os1r 'r inaKj'mid feuialeJ Wlio urn It
v
*, 1 .
p. of him .
him and Bung away. $ : s: "She,was lighting the f1re.'',"I't( ? S :Tbe third proposition. I wnultoaprnklof ( f' t a. the
him to the in fact" She was led away to tli", dOI:- a.rtj ( IjavehcnrO .1 ua/illd IIII : in I 0 .Ii . lritdlattdy' tdgenllodnthr'Mforll
"Flung ground la !
41 / "Yea And you-had you been in the "Government femalewuth'grea vigor"atn\\
jcfouotof .
"Tlie ld'
which was waiting.outside."Take mlns as "iltcf1iI! I 1all: lum1'u
"I don't know whether. he. meant; to kitchen all the time after she left you It said all over this country that tubs
for tl.ji (
It l always
by
great care of .her, said Mica I much tijtciciit to rtulaiilKi. nlu. .1IQchig 'IJr.
do that" until took the tea into the dining- convention It lo he devoted almost entirely
matter' you Bostal solicitously, ait Nell was bolc.red I while the Hunt linn not brew !i'lfiillth!' > ship I, corJu,'i'' 0.
"But .. tact the de- alOUI
of
11. room?" to Ooeminent nl In. very pale and lifeless and miser. vlth certnlnly It 1.11111"1\1(11'11 tlmt t'. So," fi-iuulo was l'I'n1! ,' and i
'4 i' iceused did fall to the ground. and. lay "Yes," I This work will not bo carried '
able. "And If you will take my advice observer AMIS !led J'Uo! o::101 1\ l II'i.<--- dipped Into.a little put *>< bright blurtye.
there stunned.
"You had not been outside the house j :an entirely with Government old V"Icsj .1
"He his head the you will send her off .to liar aunt lu .I11101'eo1'1I1 !Lodel'I1: on tl\.o ;,'1 a:1<"'- Then she was returned to tin
struck against for moment?" show |III three different Ctatcssnd
a ,
you
London the first train to-morrow Uiiilaa; tlil \ in hue to
by I Im strange } K
--
.ledge of the window. This question Nell answered promptly Hinnllor rural oomiiiunltlps: that . loollns
"Yes. Do know tbe reason why mIDg." i Mount Ararat. +,n which! it hit; nn < be BUr; only. If "plll'l 01'1 colot blnd. ;
you wfll take hold of tlie-jo mattrriand
the deceased attacked Mr. wing/ 1 to!" = George Claris who had remained i I you assist with endeavor. allied's HcintlyIwiil a nsinow <'/..,,;,,' as runny persons rlalni. .flip w011
"Oh yourj-arnest '
,
Nell made no answer taciturn sullen and on the whole rather I from lcitli.: iitlinclf l liar nt'fiitlon) have seemed nt all strange looking to
-
"You'are
sure of that? unions raise local funds and orpAnhu
y)* "I am sorry, to have to press for an "Quite sure."Have .-""- neglectful of his niece frowned, '" ? you the mirchlncry witb which testnrt explorers at an; i-nily Jlntp. I'll'.J ...il./ her lat(.. He rcKnided beifoi I wonient '
Remember there Is nothing he threw a quick glance at her. MlIl1de"IIII' cbliuiiilcil I Iliiit it v. at- HM.Imleg / ' (>lo"ely. Then bn tuiii-d nwny.lie .
Answer. / you, gentlemen any qnestlonsja 0'1' thisvork.jou cnnnot (expect the
:whatever ,dIscreditable' to a lady In witness"' went;09 tbe 'Oh. she's all right he said '\\ Federal Government to could and. blcli. Tourncfort.) bee rrcm u .>v'\llot look at her. H<' wile plr' .t/!
gruffness most'unusual with him hot aulst. iltrinU'il the nsrvtit early !tithe .
.beIDt, the object of Jealousy between to the jury- lot of Into roncrc\ ; f.I :
coroner turning lump a money your
TL speaking of his daillng Nell. "She only Tue'rem-.e then Sad ,,t
two hot-blooded young men. I believe A stout man with gray whiskers I' and have It uselessly expctidcd ns II el ht"l'ntb ccntiiiy, rnlI"11:11.1! \ .1'i' wan "IIUITt't :
wants the fresh air to bring, her to. till flpuncd of the and lie her '
r' 's ,K Is an undoubted fact that Jem Stick. leaned forward, in his scat. linn been nil these years.There . scribed the moiiiiUllli 11M "ow
.e ,....:.th. deceased,. was jealous of Mr. ".I should like to ask Miss. Claris." Mow are you going to get back Miss I Is another very serlov* 'teebutt most llsuintnnil tlUaxr;; .<>r.thli: > HlRliifi: [ rt'tul became as nl..tlnt a- Ifcforc.! It i\,\,

'King and that It was the sight of Mr. be said 'whether tbe deceased had Bostal Can't I give you "a lift? We I which must lie solved and that Is: the face of the mtli.: A little l.itei 'HI" most nlllill' now to nethim'

.King and ;you together which proVoked not used certain- threats towards' her? will make room for you. Can we use the convicts of the .several n Pfrblnii Sliah offered n large! 1'l'wnJ'll. dance hero1e 11 he felt on his jtdu i < I

-( r. him to attack a rival I whom he're.rded. He is known, bave.said,that be bad lIe looked up at Nell expecting Her States and Territories( In public Improvements to nny 'C):II' who ciiccpctlod lit 11111I11:110: : with fntlsue.-Chleneo HeOonlHeiald.ll l
to echo bls-words and td
make room -- -
rightly or wrongly a* morefavored to the Diuiuuit. ntliuMiclj the HII-L
>
used ? It do not dl''I-
threats.!: we ?some
her .
fop friend; but ,the girl never l I ollii'tivr r "Ian la Copfllirr film.
than himself. r ascent was nrconiiIInh lij+ n !
Nell Plundered IDfohut.incohe.. The coroner looked as lf He was un moved. plan to utilize their lalmr In public! who gave his name to flip Tiii'Hir She wa. I bildo of tliitf weeks, and

1' ' rent answer; .. certain whether he should allow this Her uncle looked Angr, but Miss Improvements we are toying with the Kpitze of Monte Rosa. The M>ioi. question but NeU answered br a, Theodora grellt,8t. all social propositions. We
smiled Indulgently over (the grate of her glntrn
'"No. It was' not that. He didn't nt r.-n inndi< liy one Sp.i 1 IF k> .\f.tOD0I10r. I..onel
movement of her head In assent. are bringing! the labor of those men
"Lea ve her alone she .whispered. Island home and Bulked to her
t'llnl ne1:1.
In ]1'3,1. and lie h.
He couldn't.' It was not that be .
: { was "lIe did use threats to you? persisted "She' herself This forty or fifty cents per tiny Into competition bar. "
not yet. wretched In IS 1 I.:;. Tlie th'-ct l lId!G;' ;
jealous.. I always bated Jem Stick: the Ilcrr likli. > : II i "
juryman. I with the honest Inhnr of tills
business tor words
has been too much her. "Ven husband had
sonic
el.; and he knew It.:, How could he be '"Yes, but-" oimtry. We do not dnre tfl leave thorn r.scontvns, made liy Mr. )I.iyjv: III J'TU.aiul : my "
'Why should It be too much for her with me (his morning she said, "and
since
Jealon when I detested him?" In '.. tint date ascJii.b (l.n e liot-i! Itolerably I
tell the but few
ji "He threatened to the police more than for an'bedolel..e'il'd\ penitentiary a ) .nrslonger. lie got the Lent of the 1'.llfllt-fthat's r
"And for the first and last time In the who ""It was that ,committed the robberies the Innkeeper fiercely.' \Vo want to throw around frequent."Vhether t. (the worst of It."

I course of her evidence Nell' voice was at your uncle's house?" them all the uplifting Influences nt tr-e! "
Nell turned 'with'/ ,start, and her the 'nilciolips lilt li "Dear slvl. thllt will &o said! I.
enough w n..e torRtnutly : nll\'r
loud to be heard
throughout and hands of the State. We uo "
Nell turned very white threw at eyes were*:tult of horror aa she met I want dark "You cnu'tafford
experienced
Y iiiution.
present In (the In'.rxilnnl! inivil) tit
the court as she. uttered this terribly tbe persistent juryman a. frightened duugeons. CJod's sunshine IInlGo.rll
those of .her uncle. Mlsa Theodorapulled batwny
I of 1I1n'n'nlld nnliiuilx to Start In tunrrieil life (
ti.gcntla'IyneccHmiry
are .
damaging speech. air will benefit them. We want _
glance. (I' v him Impatiently by the arm.'Men'have'no I pure ; ;. .
When she had spoken and stood starIng "Yes. He said that he knew." sympathy," she said to do as twelve. States of the South ore to inoinuto / know IC! I It'nll ,
1'0
question whichnrl- tolgbf
I eye .great wave< et, horror passed ?" same. You don't make any allowancefor I ,squads and PI4t! them tfl work on the n
going to brine him to so quick ;
observers have l nt
,o"er. the court, and tbe jury to.a man "I don't think" Interrupted tbe coroner a woman's nerves. .And yet, if we roads. They have one guard to twenty cue 111'1'1"1 l1lfl'I'lNtrelluls. thai he'll; hardly ttl'UII ,

" Celt( sorry for her. They had all known :"that you pugbt to put It like tbat don't have nerve, you complain tbat I men. and they go along building ponds In the Iulttn of Iin- peneL""Well \1nt' b:11
this ialsslpated fisherman they,all felt far $2000 mile that In the forthwith Naturalist Society of MOKOOW.Mile. .
Threaten Is hardly the word. He said We are-mannish unlovable. Ob, per
ll's only right to show some
P. V. Tslkllnxky dleucsrd' tliJs:
the golf of repugnance that must have be would give Information, did be Mr, Claris.. I didn't think. It of yon! I similar (conditions soil, etc.. nre What going to do*"
question. From flii t-xaiulnntlon of !. 'plr1 me you
existed between this .reflneU costing $5000 to $10.0OO mile. <
4 ;young not? dlda't. Indeed. I've often thought that per Col.W. f.1 '
"I'll tho and
girl aDd,blm.. i.And..while the ccmclumlon study of the microbe flora In tioi', cr-NI.York
wa forced In uponthelr- mind Roads Association. fittest I'l
"Are you engaged to Mr. King be copied by other men In their .
the nnthoroHsI.U led to believe Hint .ter. -
that she had taken :violent mean to asked he."Really.. of ladles. ri
treatment I f ; 'I white ccrtn'u! microbes do 'I
Md herself of him and his persecution iiudoulitrdi.v Professor
gentlemen we' must keep to The excitement of jly day bad rendered Wright of Birmingham
| "ho Pr. ..Ment'. fit*. promote illRrktion nnd. in '
that would have ,
they'felt they given the point prolesttd'tbe'coronert; J6nt Miss Bostal much ''nibre loqua- 111'01'(1011 ttlerlly. finds the fossil teeth of l

1.. a great deal to 'hare been able'to hush Nell answered! this quettlon,in. a loader -' does and condescending rhanwas President Roosevelt's plea for grtodroads f wltb M. )let'hnloff's 'obll'I''att. s. f- the Neolithic and, tbe

m+ the matter up. . ? voice,, .-. .5.5j usual with her. Her father, who bad is one that will fit every locality some calC exvrcNp( :in iiutnjiSiiIx.ifr, bronze acf almost "perfect in number , 'It

'; i 'For while'the loathing/be so frankly "I am, not,'enc.redlo him" she iald.flfirmly. hot been In court came up at this I ID wblclr be makes speeches during tblstrip' Influence nijniiiht germs of Unease\ : it I In 'eguL arlty. and soundness. In .1

expressed cave a reason and 'almost .' . f %.. A' '' ment, and with nod George mo.-I and will! find favor with every andlene87 probably possible by nrtlflcl.i! means, those early Jays men' UtTti; lasted
t an excuse for her crime on tbe others ; T1hat. gathers. to hear him. For such as byI'latlon o* diet, to dta! "
"That will do; I'-tbtaV.sald tbe cor-' and ii. cold salutation'fo''!dr< all their lives; the dentist was unknpwn "+
band ber".vfearless 'avowal vof feeling' '..onerwho) s aw that there was a..trohf.; Mix Theodora away. the Jut voitl'wlll probably never be pense with the bnCfl.tll In ql. tlou. and.nbt needed It DOW. 'j
t nowwhen Jt was so to her Interest sail on this important subject. Tbev's and thus to nvoM the dr.nccr that taeyeften'Cause'in / 10
}; ;. greatly tendency on the part of the.Jury to satJIsfy TIle gentleman looked cold.' In ravage and haU-tav&cd raftes, ,t
'
.' to'hide 'Jt<*, seemed toJshow: tint 'their "curiosity sat; feointa qujte wa decidedlyjCrpM.: WI no place >n earth where some ro.tdsi!llt the living 4uImal.r. the mauy. "African natives for'example. '

.h.''-wa. la .a' .tat.. of'mind Jn which 'ont M..tho subject..fJlB<<
'ibe could hardly be considered respon- And Nell was allowed to from "Mrr, Landsdowne, wUTglve ns a Improved !and,every OUwho\ bas |>p.cailon In computing geologic time, stlotv : and mad ;
dental decay ruin I'I thuj
i &-$Ible tor..IIeAction.*. ., . ,Uer .prominent positionMis* Boats on her way'borne, t'don't'know'what<< "j to travel over them Is convinced lst make.UB of a variety of CtuU' tt

t+' 'Meanwhile, however" the Jaqulrbad was wilting fir 1NIr.' ZIJ' /lib a e s>U< you want ,to go hanging about -the.1(.' .f the need. |.xgslaturestcoirjoratl4us| processes. First may bi ram.tlohed . very Important Question., svt ,

..to (o on), '* hand she'dra,: 4' the g rP-taco ales place* to -a-1I1tnllte"' pr.tblD! you .'lad indlviduahrnre Inclined to do what' river deposits. Tlironxlioyt till )1

-'"Well.;,then,4*" pursued 'the' coroner, beside''nerT'where little could bee ; Jr ere..gla .IhejT'.camoward" ; bettering hlgbWO\I ages tbe rivers have been !'drpssltln: / -WORRIKD.Ho .

..cettlng away from the fatal subject of her now :flushed, and .frlghUsec to ge'tV6"'e- t'u'tii.l8le rilstflam. W 1oi11f'orldi... tfwugbi' theefforrInBsaor<< layers of .elimentt their inoutlin. In --jifywlte"Ie;;; "worryhgabout'thtr.beingtbitea
. '
'itl aFd peaking ,with extra dryne*. to face.. '' '\ .Jlnnp&irnlri\ die sliflpVof \ onry.'TAnJ \vBen an.emtaent course 'hele'' :.1f01111 i .at the" 'table'toBight -.

Q ", -\If,; iM I InV oWif'iymi: >atliy; !yow Iweatl*t6 "Tliereltaipo! *,peISftu'i ,awrtti'it- And Miss Theodora|<| duuTvUy;a tl #?;;vf f P esouJ05411a TrcsjilyRt tl t of'' "' converted: Ind In'hot|'.. ,' y

"", '' colonel, Bostal'!, house,' and yon and nets" went on' tbe'coroner'' addressing himto, lead.beraway.: t the United States gets warmed np fo rnlatlnj >be time necessary: to ptoduvd'thdt'Ysrtods'layersJgeoleglstsbaforto'| ,Guest-Spgertitltlousrah T1', M ,

Atlas BoataljWent together to cee,Jem the Jury,,. ..'It-la the' second medical To be CoBt'aued.: talking. on the, subject be may alwajifeel ,I Host-No; abe ha only, a dosen sttrer
.
_-t. jo 1 V ,---'" I himself on tafe cround. \: ..knlvo* and torks.CbteutoN.wsj ; .
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"'POEM! ''WURTHREADING -tops_ of tbe undergrowth. He, was,, :M THOD5BY-W1iICH..mLIf: ''
: L : 'L
elated by tbe thought that the tvolreswei -4QHN .SEAMAN

\ : ,surely,.tbere......Tbes patlis.tij.bls : ; .
'ftil:141Efu!:: ' .t',--of 'T-HE r7R'tfl."41- .: practiced! eye betokened the presenceof ? , z 6r j!s .is :MULTIPLIEDv ,

ncr,'. wonderful country lying large game. Stilt 'more tautdfl'tly' 'r.: '.' rt ',

Fal"1\.lro\ the noisv town - nnd "slowly be- moved tqf'Yor4untu. f..,\ p" . '
; I .
C. .
\Vlt>rr.tb. 'ind-flowei' ewtace within;' some'twenty'yards of the bear. . .",. a..fI.a. \ Livery ;S FeedStable.
Sale
.
: ..
,
Aid th 'vtery! rirtgv ; oil cliff. Havlnfr crossed a small) open- ,
And thAI tvuttilinii' coma '. ""t .
dow
{'fie a land, of light ladi laughter : ilk In the uadergrowtu'and: lust's* ba .. ',. ->ae of'the r l-fostEIlective'k, Use of Cloth aStable '
Vher.ei 1111.the woodland JiUi entering on .the other.sM.; nearest

.,' 'Tin the land that lies the cliff be beard tbe falat'snaplif a .. .. --Coverings'For..Plaints and Vines'to:Protect"': ,
Teeth the summer skin ," .. .
in "I. < -*
.. twig his rear. Turning Ib bis,,tracks
In tha heart et f the Lappybifk i 4' : .
imagine bis feeling/ when on tbe opposite Them. From 'slID and Conserve Moisture: a." ,.

Th1 road T* that wondarful'countrr ) side, of the path and within six <,
t *ds out from the gates of ,' : ,-Successful' Experiments. : ..vr / .. *
car,: .. paces of him h. beheld no- normoua .
,
And the tired fact I. ... Finest Turnouts in Town. Q
In the dusty street punt her. With eye glowing like balls r -'+ '
'
:Are longing ko eater there;, Of yellow flee'arched back and nervously ... "AVaNVaVaVaN-. . ..-- .

And a vote horn that land Is calling,, twitching. tall, she crouched tore -

10"th('.orne* rush a"'AY.of a away thousand rifle.- fatal spring upon him. For moment BTIFIpIAti methods of increasing r ot.noojda1 In w.atbf'
dry
aun. :
To-th wood. today,. he was paralyzed but Instantly I the yield of crop the plantb 'could survive a drought It AonCmr Stan ard on
n 4
be maiiy.
To the heart of the happy hills. recognized' this foe and danger. I .
Keeping EIsteTca fixed on those of tic multiply undfr'tbe'ltl1q't.Ing. they had sonl. protection from the
Ksr away In that wonderful country crouching Influences of rnsdern sun The withering beat of the .sun ;
Where the clouds are always) blue monster he slowly brought scientific colleges; and experiment: department beating down upon, them when the soil :
his rifle
In the.hadows coolBythe Into position and sent an ounce J .
pool of'the. State ,and'N'ational Is bare of moisture completes their- J \
foaming ball crashing into the panther's brain.
"'* may put oar strength anwI ., ,' With a hoarse growl and a. few spasmodic Government and It Is e.tlmoted'thot' destruction. They rovlve a little'"at iii'MMiw'RIVER
VV. may drink from the magic fountsias the yield per acre to-day ,has ,been, night time and try to renew the battle Y
IVbnnt the win. of lif. distills grips of It* claws tbe beat; ov than :
; more doubled through', the,Improvement 'with sun and drought; but day after
And a pared. After this experience .John did '
car
....l Shall never And u. there of plant and seeds by selec- day they' are 'wilted down-'until: they '
not remain long In the Jungle Hurry "
la the heart of the tlon and careful cultivation But ;amovement are scorched to the very heart. FvOUTE.STEAMER
luc home be summoned a few neighbors
'. -lioeton-Trsa.cript.. and :returned. They: tonnd the more Interesting in Its re- TUB!'" VALUE OF A. :MULCH.:' .
''
r suite than either of these!! I I.that devoted -
SUMMONS.'ft .- : (dead panther hastily strlpp off her A mulch is consldterd one of the best If'i '

pelt and proceeded to explore the adjacent ''I to the.production. of plant Under protectors of, plants In hot weather. LJLLIB!. STJiAME1ROSEADA.:; ..,
cover
Hothouse
\ It call Tf\e a* no human plant bate Ions Captain Clay Captain Clay Johnson. Jr
-- voicesT cliff. In a gloomy cavern they This consists simply of Home coarse John.oIl',1Ir.; v
]J. done th. : been raised. and, the .ala.sa-covered -
ever and
musio deep
,atrong found three odd looking chubby:panther ' I farms have steadily Increased In size, material such ns leaves, straw 01' litter "Regular Weekly' trips to Basslnger and return.. Roseada leaves KIsslnvmee ,

.Horn of tho forest .when the wind rejoices cub. about the .... of an ordinary and numbers In the past ten yean., It placed around the base of the stalks Tuesday morning. and arriWs Klssimmee Friday evening.

With tumult of forgotten, ancient song. house cat. These they Immediately baa many: time been predicted that so the' moisture cannot be 'sucked up Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee: and Fort Myers pn. the Ulli.j,

1 Kaugkt: draws. -n* like tb. .emelt. o 'the dispatched taking, cdre' to preserve. most of the market garden of the by the hot sun. In time the sun penetrates Comfortable accommodation for passeagers. Rates* ..-..,.o--labl._. .
marsh-places their scalps." fromwjilch and the pelt' near"future will' be entirely 'covered below the mulch'.nd, destroysthe The most picturesque'Waterway, in Florida.

In .the hot noontide, .lorTne_ quivering and scalp of theIr dead dam they realized with glass and that while the products plants, but plants- protected with a For Passenger and Freight, Rates apply to y-,
"
.
.lioon."ben -- the handsome those mulch will\ survive for "weeks
: for
sum days good -
-- .
-
H CLAY JOHNSON, 8RropHetor.,
'\ aunlijbt overflow the blue air- of tbe Southern farms In winter may at
and those of y25lra.lnetI.g where others not protected will die in afew"
people Fbv.MAN .
t. paces --- supply the table of the poor with their I On board -Llllle. Klsslmme.
motion fails.. m11g1 days The "
And into a twoon.My""spirit"weeps canvascovereddUHdle 1'
fruits and vegetable/ the ,nearby
; I
slotrwith! The \ 11g.v.. : glass*co ered market'gardl'n. Trill fur. thus protected very much as" the ,
.
great '
: Here bare Interesting single plant la by a mulch. The nun
ninuntams yon some : examples : nlab the middle and upper classes with
And finiU in mighty storms TAff-stio of flgure juggling}' cannot reach down and suck tip all the '
a fresh good all through the'cold
lm. . I moisture. When It rains, Ihe eVERtJ HIS .OWNDoeron. \
c, 123150789 times'9 plus'10 equals 1111111111.' weather. canvas ',. .

Lknew'the tslns. song sung.by) the'. hidden foun 123450789 times 18 plu.20. equals 2222222222. Ifodlflcatlons of the 'h thooH '(lr obveilng: Is rolled up and the groundIs By J. Hamilton TVycrs, M.:"!).
1234567R9 time. 27 plus 30 equal. 3333333333. allowed to get soaked with the rain
I long for the deep valley's_ scented balm. 1 M967<$9 limes 39! plus 40.equal* <<44444"" .. greenhouse are the cold' frame which, water. Then In'' hot Weather,the covering jVeOO-pag BlusteaUd'Book oontaialag\ ....l. Wo inform.tiotpm"

Desert beneath the 12T4W7H9: : time. 45 plus 60 equals 0&USM555.12.St.Vnso prolong tbe growing season late Into to diseases of the human showing how to treat and
!crown gray: .ui long la replaced and the surface moist talalag system,
M
time. CO( 66600666 6.
plus equal. autumn and cut off slice
a: good of
shining. 12344: 'u7ae times 83 plus 70 equals 7777777777., ure _Is retained for weeks ., *" eve with simplest of medieines.. The book contains ...11I7.18.01
Forgotten.pathsthrough Creating lonelinws] from morn dim lush to morn; 123430789: times 72 plus 80 equal. 888S88&H88.! spring. By mean 'of the cold frames The effect orttae canvas'protection In -,, courtship and marriage; rearing and management of children;.bsaidaa -',
,
lows twining t meal,: 1234507S9 times 81 plus OU equal 99D J900999. or.glacorered beds, with no. from heat this way can ,hardly be overestimated. valuable prescriptions, recipes, eta., with foil complement of.
Shore'where the This table it still 'more Interesting supplied,other than hat derived should ka w.
sea.forever move. forlorn The experimental gardens have demonstrated foots in mataria medioa that everyone .
; when It l Is noticed that each. multiplierIs ; the.jsun, and the warmth of the earth that In the dryest season ordinary This most iadiMsnsablo adjunct to'every well-regulated household vttlb.

Earth vnke.I .sun and moon and shadow, divisible by: 0 and that when the 'and fertilizer used, seeds of hardy tender crop can be. raised with mailed, postpaid to any address. ,. on reosipt oi price, BIXTT: CENTS.WSS '
plant can be started -In March; and
# figures of each answer are added together : ,
calling: out trouble. Not only this; but seeds j, -p
of{ the and and the added number I subtracted lettuce, radishes! and many similar
Qrpwth spring summer's *
_
I ., I can ne planted In the field as a second
dreaming !r '- - plant can be kept, growing until the ] '' 'ATLANTA PUBLISHING "OUSe.U.LOTD'Tf tUgtsib
peace tbe- Ia O. For example
answer ,
I "w.
.
Tempmt-anil evening hush and soft snow the"sum of 1111111111 is 10. which I first snowstorm of early winter. There crop In J'ulT'and; August, .and they i, .....- .
will germinate ,and the plants -
falling;- young ,
'are thousand! of acres of land covered
'
Immortal voice*! net er will ye ccat minus 10 Is 0. -- ".1"'_ with these glass cashes,'and every sea show no sign; of being withered up by ,- --.. .'.- ..-, ..,- ,. ..... -: --,-- ,:
087054321 time. 0 equal. SffttfigSAO.f the--exc'III''Ileat.. The temperatureunder
To lend tn* by strange ways halfcomprO *-. '7G34X times IS equals 1777777778. ion hundreds of tons of fresh vegetables , ,
the "covering Is ordinarily Just
b..nd.--- 0S7634321limp. 27equal.RBO81N16667.S( () come from under them to "
sup.
' half-rrmrmb'ring what I do not know!. t wW4T.l: :! time VJ! equals KU55M356.OTHM121 ply city table. right for young/ plants. If supplied Coast
Beyond all life and beauty that hath ending : times 45 equals 444444445.087Q.M311 Ie- with moisture they will thrive a. well Florida East Ry.
A
good cultivated plants
: many
!! time. 114 equals. 63333.13334.: as in May or June, There are many '
Unto that mystery whence yourselves. 9870J4TC1 time 63 equals /A222222223. quire very little protection to help them : .. -.1 ".
second of,vegetable which mar -
!
yellow.lliidegerde 087034KI! 72 equals 7111111112. to endure tb.'cold of crops
timw spring anq fall. '
- Hawthorne, in tho Atlantic. 087694331: times 81 equals 800000U001. The early and lata.frpst which do so gardeners/would like to raise for LOC TIME: CARD No. ,48. In Effect April 11,1903: ,

In thlr table It will\ also b _notfc; much damage to will often ruin oarlT.fait. but owing; to the difficulties .

tg4lFsfkr44. .l.Iptitltlt4.. *MOO that each multiplier I. divisible by f' crops of raising them successfully:from seedIn EAO POWM. MOITHBftUND-RtAO UP.s . .
a market gardener's profits for the
sea
\! 4 ltkeie !It."JIOiE" "" .S.! ( .Icawttvt
.., IEIE---I--! *' ""' ""II .. and that if tbe figures/ In each answeare on. In order to |IIml ,1bI. chanco.of midsummer they are not planted. anN NLU
.--I-I-I-I-- w era. added together they will form a nil ofmethods PROTECTION FROM THE SUX lunONL v
I :I II loss' as mucti .as possible sorts : Dell Ir.: :1l1y. Deny. Dd11. '
it1N-I' 191f1es1aP7si'SAVED total wblcb.. If added together will have been reported to. "tn When summer .om-os'the )plants; are

;":! Jy THE'i ; equal D. For example take the second\ California and Florida where the fruit protected the.samo way from the I 10 Pt S'eaLv.,;.... ,.i.Jaek.oa.ill.,.,.., ..,..,.. r. 11 t 54 p1p :
0 4/ :.............ur.eoJ.k aattUS ..,. ......Ly 'TOTS
1lSNAP OF A' TWlnlt answer 17777777778.. These figures, crop la so Important the growers tried hot sun Most plant will
1 1It.-, 1-11<)10",.. added together.. equal' '72, and 7 plus 3 smudges/: oi smoke for many years to in summer If exposed to its direct rays .

= :hll" t. .. rr.aN1.1.!IwwasES ft: Is Tit-Bits. _. .4I,| /cis I.t.I: !.fj; ': prevent injury by cold wares; but tblswas"ouly only-a part of time day.' It has.been s

.+ -' sew4ri4r partly successful! TileD the t.9n1! ,that the' rnys! of the morn:ig Il If. Ly.. ... .., ., f ritt

.-)1(....ms-I-I-I-I-I' ;''-'.. :).i(.... Character !. the rarehead.The experiment of covering the crop temporarily sun are better for growing plants than . N. ..:Ir.7Yw.o..n.n.y.

** s1.4rfzl;rrrsfr*.irtrlr4tX014 physiognomy of a forehead li with 'canvas was made And those,of,nxIcJCay or afternoon.. << Usually = ;; !

seen In. the form of a frontal bone Its this baa now become the->'most tbe IIDTal.fa, l put over the plantsIn
HAT part.of tbe. great Ape warding cqinmott the middle of the from bout if ........, ap0at.....::..::.. ...:.
height nnd It- \ off
;t which runs pcopprtloovjegularity/ or method frosts., ? day ;a
palncblan
range .The.. .t .eleT'en..JU1fn.thrfe tnur..ln3ha..afr I !i 2
'S gulal'U1'; .t.1al.L.JWIflUl..lliodl.poa1tloJLaol ? canrna.ients.iipd-f\ or. hipur '
D'T "through"Western Tforlb .: / p. .. ..... ,Po .
measure of our faculties,, ota pose especially In the orange and oliveKTo.e. ternoon. If the days are, cloudy the ttOaralrhg1. N./H.pKq. '
Eastern Tennes- ( _
< J'\ Carolina
> fashion of thinking and feeling.. Fore- ., "are constructed so that they canvas 1* not put down at oil, I

'4 ginia".roh is often pee designated and Southwestern the 'Bwltser- bends. seen In profile are divided Into can_be'.pat up and removed oil short In small gardens. canvas and muslin ::16p.ii I f4

three classes: projecting aboveflat on notice. Regular:wagon ,:with all the covers..are also- !employed-. to protect ..
land of America. No section i>f tbe _ _ _
eastern half of North America can surpass tho eyebrow; ; retreating/ from behind paraphernalia necpucoiy" to erect the time .pinnte In different way*. v Nightcaps 4 !ital 11&." p r.arr..V r...... ....,, ,.,,.: ,.
developed brows. cud perpendicular. pole and tents are owned by the large > of tlnuslip are; made which >can' o 1f) '"I"oO I p nrs..l..a.r...... ba.na..e..r. .
and
it Jn picturMqueness. beauty
grandeur. t't i Broadly: speaking: those with'promin ')range grower Some or the tents lire be clapped l over tomato'vines or flower: *. : I" :1ie p P a4r.a.v....... 1.e.ei..w..p nr wN.t.p rw.i..q.t. .

ent bones act promptly on the put aD kept in the orchard until in' the evening and removed In the I ... .....
And In nil J that broad expanse there eye up f:: ...................,,..Eden .........,..........:.
la Judgment perhaps pnsslou.; the mo- the fruit is ripe. The sides and tops of morning. The o caps are made of light, o-i; '. .............a..w Jensen............r.. ..,., p IDq
County,
no spot excelling flraysou ment. Yet they err' but rarely! for the' tents are opened In the daytime, wooden !pt. wire frames with unbleached ills p -,... ; B to % ,. t ,,,., .I, 1100 h
.,... ..i..1.13ob8oand.f..,.,. ...,.. 1.l.
.
p *
traversed their gifts bf Intuition and rapid deduction ' but they stand. ready .for .Instant'' 'use muslin stretched' over them. .... 141 p..i...ti...... *... wast ; .}.r 0M

\ seldom fall to guide theta should a cold wave approach. It I.e.tlmated.that'tena They are ,especially used tor"small) .M ...... .......W.t Pa m n.aeh..n.... a fi
the swiftly' flowing current of Neweo .,.,. ,..,.. ofel0..p..u. ,., 14 5ese- t
rightly. High foreheads, lacking some thousands, of plants which get an early spring start, !" s eMa .........**. .*..(.., VOlrsBivrt. /,,*a.n..4..,.,., p e M
Kanawha Itlver. fed by numberlessI pail it thin'. quick spirit. pause. con. boxes of,oranges have been saved In One person con cover an ijcre'ofplantawith. 101 p ......... LadAid* . r..... r.., p ep.m. '
. . ....., ,
15 '
mountain streams from tbe ; a tp llsVOOsM** p
crystal p. * *** w**** ** r. p
elder nad'w lih the matter before tat- California and Florida in the I..tfew . I mountains on either side while thecountry lug action. Less passionate, less Imaginative -* fears by' the Use' of cannas used la hour..!. They are made so that they fit I tae (f 4r: :rll.nl., ,. ..t.r t tl. i

rapidly rises from tbe rivervalley ,: ,! less resourceful they cannot this or similar way > '\I snugly into;_ each other and In this I "+-"- BOKKDUIiXS OP B&ANOH LUTB3.BAVTOKD a, !
by rugged and abrupt elevations afford to mistakes. Short fore- they ba stocked
'innltf! way can convenientlynear I
EXPERIMENTS IN"
: : CONNECTICUT.
to tile summit of tho Great Balsam; or leads prominent brow belong to the the plants or stowed away in the : BXA2TOK.iii : I WIAIfIt QIT7f BLDtOgL 1".
Mt. Rogers, lathe went to a height ef Tbe next move to raise trope under winter
( action. High well-developed In small They: should
juryi p space.
6710 feet above.aea level thus complctely : canvas WAS made In Connecticut. Up I STATIONS. Dula N:tlrM/l i 1 8T1T1OXS.l .
Ti
temples\ to the man ofthought. A per. 1aat'four or five seasons, and the cost
exploring the ancient claim that dlru1at. flat toiehefd'with wrlulde-l' In the,tobacco growing regions of the should not be, more than a few cents ,6.N... *,...,....Ari {'gp ,
with pe 'Nutmeg 'of ......,,.. ............Arf 1 *7 p 10 M a la..It. Snrnia.., ?.
the State all kinds' ,
the fatuous of
Peaks Otter an nearly
less kjn) ; Ih.ttt'u'J18\ hfly' heroes >it.' good each. fw. MhtfuhBra+*" ; ..........0.1 ..,,,,.,,.,It'll is a 11 SI a I.e. Laka {* *. .
elevation at only 4 .. ......Lv'lf .'
highest points within tile borders of tbo Sumatra wrapping leaf tobacco.. For ao Ar..D.niord. M a II 46aArrOrCt J.,
fool. bones which that It slow
bead of the Eye is!, work to cover find uncover
Old Dominion As way be supposedthis prrtje<:t aft.sharply as to cause the hair one reason and another this,. always .rlarge acreages of plants,''but on" /en swdy| Na.1t Day MATPOBTSS 9IiAN08. Na.1tt

section was formerly the home; of of.:the brow to bristle outward show proved afallure. and the Importationsof small gardens, where only au acre or .nly. oalT. j jJO Dally. Suit 8.11

wild animals Jn abundance and toe Jniiiieuc 'acuttncss and for-ln, Sumatra leaf continued on large two .. .
: genius are cultivated the,night cans are Sop MaJ gQ p a Lv.i. rJaek.on.111e.a.A .p. $*
streams were filled with speckled trlfu.. .., scale. The finest Sumatra; leaf' seeds better than tbp full canvas protection*, Uaio 4tp e.OaLv..aJ.k.mvlllo,. .! UIS. 111E9I
trout. Three-tourlhe of a ceoturT'Dobuntlnc Wire! btougbjt: to' this country and p tO M a !!
: ? which rolls up and..down.liy means"tel', yp Na ill /1NLt..r..AWnueHnaoh.fv.H. M
and fishing were not'out/ exciting 1 Studying 4b Birds. planted in.Q nectieuj.1. ut: they would ropes: Flower growers use the muMln S 01 p 11 Ma N. Ar.r.ii..t .,May port t. (>.,,..Lv ..,.. .,

but a' business of the 'Wrld"1I1td1ho ( pot product plant wHb leaves 'anything '
sports, If WQ study bur ( DtI caps for their sensitive (llants,' 'and Thaw Tlat TaMa*show the times at whloh tralas S7 b* expeot.4 t* arrlvaalN taaart.v<4
hardy mountaineer And while they .runT la the nesting-season we shall like those raised ufider the.Equator . many amateur flower growers' haw froB the several hold their arrive or d.partur*at &e UmesTstatad I* aot SMMlCaV ,

were a community hunters no one soon get a better' understanding of on ,the'other, side..of,;4be.. clo) e. I also adopted tbe system, obtaining fro do.. the Oompaar .ItasK rmpoBal be any delay or any oooaxtuaao**_JEaafls5* X* t,*

had a better record In that respect than their real nature 'and asa: result 'a Some scientists'from he-Department thereby-,early, annual flowers which ,

John .Anderson. Many a hairbreadth 'warmer sympathy: for the bird them of Agriculture bad a theory hat. If would I not.! otherwise thrive well) untilvery KEY' ;WEST'\NP''' HAVANA.fCNSULAR .. ?

escape had be.,and the \life of many a selves. We shall see ninny of tbcti the season for growing was prolonged late In the eery"eon'tvt.. L'tk! '' ,

deer bear, wolf and Wildcat besides finest traits-their. paUt-nce..and perseverance and the proper degree of Rarmthandmoisture ..A.--sm strip'of muslin Is thus ,, agreat.boon.la : AND OCCIDENTAL" STEAMSHIP ,CONNECTIONS, .AT. \IHAIIU. o.i
'
sudden end could be obtained; there -+r +"' ..-, la Eyict I 1303. + 'n'' '.
smaller game, came to n th4>lt-T'ove of, bou> .and- the wasno the hands of the small Agrll lpr e _

when a home-molded bullet sped, from- untiring! d.volton wits which* to fags" egridlporltly4j'| VbyConnecticut: soil' flower"fcrower.: Bi'stretching. this SOUTH B3UND. ) NORTH !BOUND.Ion. "

his unerring flintlock rifle. Inslonoes they defend and provide for shouldnot produce Sumatra l Ifnf" I. across the garden where seedlings .I.... tamis "Th.r............',......... 04s 1 r... RanDa" )(OD.. Pr' ..._..............I .
One beautiful spring morning about fine a* any other country. ; been! ).rfr*! West I 00 p Ar K., W.M ., rn.........._....' h i.
of : IID..TIoII.-.l i'.C
their yo nr. But to study this side, have planted the right condition JAr..t *DX i.v Kay Wees Ta.a...................... r
the year 1820. having the day previous blriUItfelWe ;faust not"molelit; Hhe' "eggs tt4small .tobacco fagtlwns covered of '.tempf'ratureand moisture can be Ar a W.-n-i TuOal ir Vf faml Tui..S.......:.:?h...........'.. 1 B
ndturali.ttofelt* 'j' wJth tt.net caavaMUjnd: tbtii lSi&Untur..oo .n- . .. "
finished planting his crop of corn Tely''f*V biros', maintained In the soil and Above It to I toe , .
planted under it: By regulating .*be aopy of Ideal Tlau Card or other Information. addrats,.,.aa74j.s: l. '
rifle nnd hunting <
armed with his trusty eggs nowadays; they know that It i* suit any:plants. .Tlie fresh ,air and T
knife Johrt 811I'1'te.I'lloue for a stealthy '. the moisture and temperature; in this way; to kf
of far more importance to study wind can blow under the strip of mus rdel.

wolf bunt. Jr'weeks prior during nests In which tbe".gs. are-- and the It was found that Connecticut: Sumatra Hn and supply'the plants with all the

the night he had beard the howl .of young*birds.:.which; ,will ,shortly coin .wrapping leaf toba .
the gray wolf: In the deime forest that out'of'the'egg*.. Air the' eggs )'ou"l orff* e<)aal to any Imported.Breathe: dtU dimly through the thin muslin providing :+

4covered the BU Knob some five miles\ ever-lIUely. tQJ\nJtJlre'a: (rfadJj,[\WPj l cately'the shaded spots, which. .ere'1IJ- the plnnts'wltb. ,the right degree of ;;. \
rfiVs 1dl.UngullblnJr marks of '
Bu- -
north of his dwelling.! 4Ie suspected you'Iutgbt' deflect teiT -

.. ,thllt somewhere In tbls wilderness be I known thousand so, and that Thus 'kill tel1'lhoUBand:: .matra lest,; .can beVrodut'dob. '' the light-" The'value of these for 1.qwer'ralalnll.; ;. .: :. ...... .........:. .'

could !find a litter of wolf cubs. And young' blyda'vithout.nddlnk.Dneuewtaoi '' .Connecticut- Important has-'bewt-flouipnstrnted'at: several'' of

as ''''olf scalps bore a premium of !93 ,the, IICJe.U has thU discovery proved that the State experiment.: ; .itatlonn, where; Itwas .
| . .
; toi" 4."kuWlQdg.'ICll.j 1 ..XiiaoiisUytfl i t ( }'ftiiuiitra > ; :
: :tfj fri > / 11J raising
each he would make a profitable day' then/.t : feund that'rtolets.'paniles, PB| H' ., We Do Job

of it financially nnd besides hate' the !Perhaps you will jippI1rJof' ( .'MlA wrappers has grown up In: Connecticut. ; and other"flowers! ', Increased 'flte 111 iz: I Printing | +< :
I-frtil to\helpjheu In.tbls : t.s
ffght hat '
enjoyment of a genuine hunter's pleae tjell joa that not ltkU*n otr'iftry', of, their' flower *>JChWesson' nudes ,
e awl excitement.: b1a- e8D eJcl.tlU'jU: IJ.4 ge.11p. nee atiUsn < their'protecting cover 'A.'good nfauy' Y H.:
m ,: ; "
'On without unusual Inc bdrpbtbjyJfA4r.pu311te1L, StPI..fItd pia! fgnrdMM covered flowering plants, tetter In semi- '' 'fI' '
be Went nn Tory H | : Ullblefied; : ,thrive '
muslUToCXblcK I ,
with
! dent until deep In' the forest.! Presently ,' Here la a chance.. for 701!,! then.1legin : . shade and:others'wbkbbare' always' .01A'II'' Kinds < ;

I his course began to wind around the on ,any bUd'snst, , oAlkelAnd.If ., canvas represents an Investment o; been'plnnted' open. /unDyNplaceshave ; E" : * ,:Itt
teas .than 43< alt jscrfcyiffli :; Is ,
'' about the canvas '. :
\ steep !lftes.bt.IJlic Knob,. :jou watch-Mi carefnllyTrott'wni'obably sbowifbetter, tcnqlts under tbe
northern base'o'f? which.*In almost inv discover s.om! fSfctsrf-hJQi: Imq|, joade'to' roll,upand' 'down so tbijt 1t* muslin strips than elsewhere.. The expcrlmrats -

'penet able thickets of 'Ivy and laurel e\'erdla<<:Dvered tan Tje'stweartftiver the.erop. riDeeded. e l tP/orv'
one : U; youI:
,
expected were the bug4 t UflUhe'cliffs wolf' roelss den.where lie now he Ifme- Cpmpanf!, ni: Iai II'4.'ji"I' '' iS,, 'har'' it.Is, 'la an tbe excellent. ,_ early protectlonTtamio season of the probably quire-protection;; bow (.that(tom,..most the midday flowers. sum're:+ !;'' 'Weflan/ :: PIeag !! : :


began to ,travel.more.slowly and 'cautiously. E- Tit TIo... Klns.., frost apd, oldrvaneLyand/ :" ,iathi .mer's-sniK ..,jKren .tropical plants Ingreenhousn '' '
', fall It.serves the. same'excellentQutPoe. do' -with : \ .
Qrbeea
.- carefully: picking bin way :3Tbe-onIy time I vblsbedt'I bottet Bome tlgbtshade. :
.." 'A .al- : --." ..* It protects the tender plant .a'ud' J gardeners point.tbe'glas i. :
through (he.' -nndcrgrowth fern. tripletstt :the men. was... r ,, *: ,
f rom%an: he = ( top of: their hothouse to
>!.he i began to approach 'the rocks 1fl1eu. I went to tbe'elrcdg" Ut1c1! <- two three weeks corllet modify tb. "r1r
start fully or
found nnmevoms.welt worn path*,- all 3. sun's. rays.SNwYork: : ;; Time.
converging'Jri" tie "'direction, of the Ji ii! L ; ocan 1 !'i(( t:"r.'; "\CjC c4Jp.tbUm; r '" .
cliffs of which now 7 .! 1 er' a 6ao.thf J1&. & mil tli4 HnT'a" 'fifNe't "r'cff,. Im. It'll Mid that nine-tenths of the'ps*+',
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?the beetling prows : se right through them dent la protecting the plant from pie of N.,w York City.lire In tenement*,
loomed &b silent and .gloomy:' over ther J
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'f'' .- 'Get-<<.fNi'It' ACIfA!_r7tt Bays has been serving the school In Is Yqur' Life Worth 50c? 'Ii

r.: ___.UIif ClW Cl the capacity of npertn"'Dden.erl of ,
An Epitome Of 'the Do" So a Bottle
If
Try
--e; ? successfully for several months,but It ROLLINS COLLEGE ,
: , Is said the position was coveted br"1

Floridians Tor the week i ianl a aIf' Major Law, who made a strong. fight
1t1rlj4 ( '
c.Vf t for the same. However, .Col. Bay WINTER PARK FLA.
I>>;W_ <> WM' re-elected. when every member fit _. .
. the faculty resigned I '
.. I II Immediately.Their "

_'I Florida's'orange and pineapple crop41a I Miami Fla. ,, is to have'a Boolet.11 the trustee resignations. will fill were the vacancies accepted,with and COLLEGE

year la estimated at $2,500,000. for the Prevention of Cruelty to ,,Ani other. appolutuiuuLs! as soon .as possible. ? :

;Over four hundred men are DOW .atnrvork mals. They at'8.' good thing for any .-Gainesville Sun. Preparatory School, Music 'School,* n Cuee

rebuilding theJBreakers Hotel at community I General Walker has won his case

_f ?Palcu Bea b. Sheriff' Fennell, of Alachua county against Sheriff W, T Lesley at Art School. -School of Elocution, .

'.Flvq| cltiiens :of Alaucha county Is making it hot for the blind tigers in Tampa. In tiro; Supreme Court, which, School -

.are: under arrest tOt selling1 liquor In his. county Last week be confiscated-! U1Q&n. that Walker acted as a special Business_ .School 1 of Domestics andTeachers' .

.a dry oounty stock; of wines and liq tore valued asevet convict, guard appointed bytheCouutyr ':: J -

''Two additional stories have been. hundred dollars.," .<* Commissioners,' will continue In con Glass, Industrial.Arts. Ha T Ci rod ThOneeuda. WII'.. +

:added to the college ,Arms In. DeLand Mr. J. B. Oleveros, until 'a short trol and custody .of the :county prisoners Core You

time cashier of theA. C. L. railway ,, Sheriff Lesley brought. habeas 'W. F BLACKMAN kidney or
"-st a: cost,of 70,000.. ago . PH. D PRES If you are troubled with
.
_ shot is on trial In Savannah for"larceny corpus proceedings for" the: recoveryof .. bladder troubles, such' as. dropsy
The negro who five times into a the convict from Walker vera.lmont.h. cutorrb, gravel of
a disease,
". after trust' The amount of his Urluht's
: .
: ,Jia8lnirer] train near Ocala has been ago; using one of the convicts ; the bladder, albumen. in urine 1 aDd unhealthy
alleged defalcation being $5,833.84 ...
:captured and Illod&"ed.ln )jail., as the complainant Intbecaee.*'" Judge .. deposits\ or top frequeutdls- .
His prominence is Klvintr interest! to of the urine, pain I In the. back +
The.,d uUu61.-Power and..Ico ,Com the trial. Wall decided in favor of Walker.and ; C. A. CARSON, Pr.>ldant. t N. c. BRYAN, S.cr.tnrr. : charge and bladder lca.l .e IIInll of the

<*rianyt<< with a capital, stock .of 925,000:: ,' : a f) an Immediate appeal was.. taken : feet.ami I Ipjra etc etc, wo guaranteed :Z
Js a new F't. Myers enterprise.. No one has attacked\ the record of .' T :H:: 'E;;:: : that. by unlni! Smith's Sure. Kidney
Robert W. Davis as acongresman, orbeen dispatch. from Fort Mea.de says: complete cure "''111 be effected. >
last
made Cure a )
An attempt was week to bold enough to charge. that be "Joseph Brock was found lead on the : Trice f>0 cenvs and 100. For sale-
"burglarize Bradford Count; Bal k. bas station platform here & Carson Co.Whotelal. j Osceola 1
been In any way remiss in his duotiel thismorjung. : Waterst. Grocery by I'liaimacy _
was work of .
jjt the
an ainatuer.A to the people while serving. In thatcapacity On an excursion .train from Tampa he (( ,t. -
.
destructive fire at ApalacbicolaTrlday .. And'yet he'-waj: attorney was set upon and badlybeaten by ( and R.tall Daalar* l I.- : AmericaiaBcaiityand

: destroyed a planing mill and for .a corporation.! It under those Charley Mclver of Fort Meade. Acoronera : I j .

r -other-buildinga to-the.' -value--*23,000....I circumstances he made a faithful -servant . .jury .ajmpaneJeddl.l,1.!..the! : .Q .ROC.L: >- I-:ES4 : : -F,4 C. Corsets '

James'. M. Morgan' tine of the most of the people In Congress, It Is testimony developed the fact ,that 4 4 : '
Tjromlnent; citizens' of Punta Oorda to be ,supposed that he would fail to bruises In the head were the pause of : # -

Vfiled In the 44th year of his ageThursTV. do his duty as Governor, of the State. his death. Tho verdict: has not : \ COUNTY lENTS! POR rv .- 4: Exclusive":: >4i

., -:--St.: Augustine Record. been rendered yet, but the general impression 4 4 designs: an'k",, .

TV. A.:' There is a wave is that McIver will be held!\ =: HAY CRATES latest
Malonej a.prom-lneM oyster temperance sweeping I Celebrated Fertilizers I : able I models.Over .
. ;yiaclcat of Fernandina, proposes to es over1 Montioello!! with the impetuosity i For the deed. I =: ,

_H xtattlb'pn( oyster cannery, at. Cedar and .strength of 'Macedonian A leper, who recently arrived at GRAIN . ITC. : 90 new t

:x , .. Phalanx. At the close of an eloquent Tampa from Cubar -.wt<,s located'In : Circular and Prlc.. : anduptodate.' wwM4 '
.. F.rnl.k.d on Application.. styles to select
-j. : T'z
St., Petersburg! is raising a fund in address a letter was read; from Thos. Ybor City and was-aentrbackrto Sav: ; ,;%'T : from. Made

I' one and two dollar payments to advertise J. Taylor the mostblnfluentlal saloon ana, to be placed in the leper hOIl.plta c from selected

J-. '%-' the merits of their locality,'and keeper there stating that In view of the maintained the island.. Tue0- : HIDES ( wearwellfabrics

\ft is a paying Investments strong.sentiment. against his business, day night Dr. O. II., Altree. received s :: FUR WOOLCJovLntrjr : and "y j'' ,

.It is'antnoratlvely'' stated that the and a desire to engage lathe_ general : telegram from Washington Informing ..:.. ( every pair
niercbadlse business, be would him that l Such a leper had been reported : (
d7 war" department will expend approximately wlt.h-I : Produce a.. l3pacialt: r.s : has our liberal -
draw all opposition to the, as living in Tampa and commissioning '
M.000,000 within the next: year 4 guarantee.
A now going in the and align him, on behalf. of the United .. 4
jjit,Fort.JJarrancas,near Pensacola.A op county "',',"""',,'.""' wa'w' '''''''''''v.wKHtiw' ' '''''''''''''''.w Ask to see .. \ ,, a:
himselfwith the friends of temperance States_UovermenVto locate and have _. ,\ '
Hearst club bas been organireo;In quit )the;) business and vote the "dry his case investigated by a board of .: them. l'
L (.d: the Hearst boom ticket.. the conclusion if found
At of the surgeons, and the case was
," f has taken s .ubat.anclal.hold on Ten reading of this letter the large audi- to be one of leprosy to have him sent Kalamazoo Corset Co.

"w', nessee Arkansas and Texas.:-DayMona e4 c-weut wild hats were thrown up, back to Cuba. Dr.. Altree with no Hxclual-v* 'MH.rs -

Oaxette-News. and the most intense entbuslam was other information thatr-tb-tf, coptalnedIn High Grade Whiskey KALAMAZOO MICHIGAN _

"} A. large I'canning factory Ii in con- manifested. the goverment telegram. went to Sold aDd roo-arand brII.

.lDplat.1011; In Tampa to,.cost 'l .OOO. There seems tobe. a chord of discontent work to find the man, and had him located () Hum ford
f -It is proposed to can at least twelve"t.ape in t.he' forces of the South Florida In a few hours. Ha examined the \ :

: ''articles. ; such as. regetables., Military Institute at Baftow case and found it to be one of leprosy Kentucky: Exehange:
'
>.oysters,flih" and frultsF: which wax developed in a meeting of The man bad two. Cuban physicians

,' Or. J. If,.:Taylor,, of -Jacksonville, the board of trustees Wednesday.The 'attending him. The leper was a cigar-
.J< scheme for betterment of cit.oord'i. maker who lived: In Tampa' about AND
.. )J-pr eposes! from the result of a _. .
.: ;Young men threatened with. consump-! I fight. between Col. A. P, Bay and two years'and a half, returning. to 'rse: :: E. Ft. LII3BY1VIANA.GER s ,1

/'tcslon by putt.lnl'hem for a t.lme.On. . a Major XVilllam Law, for the. .superln- Cuba the early part of this year lIe CA'FE'

: | fI>.l msll farm In Florida. tendency of the Institution. Col. II. P. returned only a few weeks ago.

Florida is a splendid state for ihOI.1 -

--who are not afraid to ,work. posAslbLlties NOTICE. I now have the largest stock of Wines, Whiskies

:\., other,soil are without limit .Kotlc la hereby clveu that tbs following deaerlbed land will be. told at publlo. .anctlon on and-_Beers ever handled in Kissimmee. All
--crhlle climate be improvedpoLanyxhero.DmtiyCapltIL the 7th day of Baptembar A.O.lItOS. la front of the Town Hall to Kt.alm Wse CHr.: Uceo a CountyFlorida grades at prices to suit the times . .. .
cannot
her .
oraonuoh thereof aa will be nec*aarv to par the amounts duo for tazea herein ht 1
.. oppoalt. .the. .aame. .together" with. the costa of aaveru-fnc and ial i
.. .... . .. .
7"- -- --- .-- ,. .. .. ." .. .. .
,: .
the OWWER. DESCRIPTION, TAX AND COSTS
'jLine reports from Tampa custom TVs 'r.e..A.XE:: -A.BEARDHN.. SPECIALTY

.4. .k-one.how.that-this' will probably be Unknown...,.::..-...,...,.....,. Block Robert WL.ttaae......Addition.: ..<......................-...' ..' . .. . ..11 811J
**.*he-tauBer month In exports and (imports 'VgPU ATrEK. *r
Tax Co lector of the Town of atia imme. City Florida.I ..,. MR.S. L. S. ADAMS.Of
tie thai .
,;. probability being the .__ . :
<* *> amount will reach'1149,000. -- .- 'TA-K. Proprietor. Of ...1.....__ Toos.,
,
OO OO aV Cardul li Indeed a 1 blaubig
of Florida i"//
: : The supreme court fisayat ; : to tired )'omen. ,laving -uNt red f for
+ 1
.....! the' Hlllsborough county good : ;: Mvtn yean with we.k... and bear-
**TOads bonds'are good and that the. I THE UNIVERSITY OF' FLORIDA : ; -. Inj-down pauu.. and Having tiled several

{'validating: acts passed b j leg 1sJatnr .ISS' | t, doctor: and dilfcraai remedies
"' sufficient with no -IICC-M. your Wins ol Cardul
are ample and to au
;':!'i .ttihorlxe. their: Issue and sale. *' I i. CExcleshely( : for males.) ."4/ E R. T. BUTLER; IA and war eventually the only' thing cured which me It.helped teemed me te,

TwentIeth. Year Beginning September 22nd.- 1903. build up the weak parts, -tnn'ttxa
,3f;8. Bennett, chairman of the com [' : g .the system and "
correct .
e'; I ImjularlUe
.
*jnlssionbrs Bradford a
.. county was.Vbound SEVEN FOUR-YEAR c Agriculture Chemistry Civil
,
\ over to the 'circuit court lastweelcfor'recelving S" Engineering ,Mechanical Engineering General Science Classics. fe> ALES, WINES BRANDIES I nieans Dy-"Ur women"; ; Mrs. have

', { and aiding in the ,Two years'course. in Mechanical Arts. One year.' course in Busl-'" : disordered nervous l wonirabo "
.. concealment of .stolen goods. Ben- ness or' Stenography and Typewriting. A preparatory course of one WHISKIES ::0v:' : ....A_ .! I womb ovarian mensesfelling trouUns of the
L of
),':: ';tnett Is the man who was arrested a S 'or two years, as required, for those desiring such preparation. A K '_. :o. L I these ailment that women or any have.
short of five weeks In AgrlcultureorHorticulture. Post grad
?,, few week. agoforpeonage by the TT, S. uate courses course are also offered. The dormitories are under the immediate ' E E :I thi'JlN'at You can cure yourself' at home with

.'". -authorities:! s white girl' being his ..I?- /. supervision of Instructors wh'make every effort to infuse Into CIGARS, AND TOBACCOS I of Cardui.wol"P'Wine,of Muf Cardul
the students a spirit which leads to high mental .moral and phyv- : cured thousands of cases which
.
and corrective
S Scat development..1 Fine 0Imnallum-Regulat.ive
ducwrrhavefailed
:.ri!"' :'fl0lllw holding' must;. be .. a mighty jCymnalltlclrequlred; of all .tuden. Fine modern bulldlngll and1Jrllt. S not begin to pet well tohnncfit.today?Why AU
,
,, 1y;wd, quick.way'of.making money class equipment.. Tuition free to Florida .tudentl. No teel. Anheuser-Busch arty-guts have 1.00 Uottlcs. For ,

'y' .'and L fftUng rich. The woods are full ,. 'For catalogue address, T. H. TALUFERRO. C. E. Ph. Du President . det'any Thedtorid I3Ie.ck'Dnught
', :candidates all over the State', 'pnetaan Lake: City Fla. 7* L ON D R A U Q H..T. AND BOTTLED L should be used.WlNEo'CARDUl. s ,

? figured It out that it.will take'' "
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a
1
\.' Ballot 42 Inches- n&.to oollt"iu'Lbe. ($7VVVVVVVVV iVVVVvVV VVVV o Can only be found Kissimmee on Broadway O' Con.:'orad vn.ti./ne17atnre1.dme.ha'11".1.:: ..I I.q.n...awns. 4 .

: .?names.; of candidates who have T_
an- Street,; at- the BRICK BAR ILDINQ. l'
kT*<" ncdthemselves for office up to o 0N
.' >datsy ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. '
,:' i
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'-. ;, .. 'In the last Issue of. the WewahitehJta .. SCHEDULE IN. EFFECT ._APRIL, UOt. A. T. BUTLERMAYNARD N

,,: (Calhoun County) News -
+ a eorresa'Meot 21 -ar-
\ UTATloNa./ ..,
40 82
: gives.aa account of the high llv- 7 at a Imp Lv.. .... ; ...... .........j..larapa!, .. ...... ... ........ .:.. ...,, AT 110. 10 Mp .Borgia Sonthern 5 Florida
SIS. Snip L.T.840a ...... ...?. .......... ......Plant ,, injef the people of that section. At SMp LT... ...... ... ......: ....... ....... d., .n". ,.' H............... Ar S 0aIr 916p -
*. recent picnic other 10 Ma 12 27 p Ar...... ...... .. ... ... ... KlHlmme* .. ..j. ... ... ...... .. 'ra6a 7471' RAIIJWA'Y'
among dishes,he 11 02. 12 OH p Ar........ ... .. ...". .. ..... Orlando... ...."..... .. ...........,Lv. .4 Ha 7 lip
IwnentloBs the following < ISOOn lame Ar .... ...... ..... ........ .nford..L.. 2205 1061' "SUWANHH RIVEF .
12 lip 1112 .... .....:..........Orange (:Icy nctlon... ......:.r. .. . Lv 2 2&m A Sip rlOUTB.:
pAr.
a :}Xr VR-blHiash, polecat-mash raooonniu 1 sop ,...... r..t. > .... . ...... ..:.". .. ....:....Lr ..... 4 Mp HCHBDULE8 IN EFFECT JANUARY. IMS.v .
", -*<- h, chiokensoup''and seftp 4 Ma Ar..... ........,'n........ Pal......, +... ...:..n .............,.Lv 11 SOp S 86p LUMBER ...
Jay::' l tup. T *0a Ar..... .... ...... ... .. .Jaekoon..UI..L.: S I lOa lamp Co., DUIe PI,.?,. Quick lltep.
u 'i b1'-&TaTY' ., 8V-U PaUtka.. ... .... . 00 pm. O .
'..40.... amp Lv..... ........._<1.........I STATIONS..Tampa, ........ ........... ......,.j.ArlOMp .... .. I.... .eek.onr l e .. II (00 P ID M.a....
Ii $tDuringathunder storm Thursday SO7|> Ili..i, ................,Isul City.u......... .,....,.,.Ar I se p .... ... : Valdoau. .. .. 11 lApm lo7 M 9
pica .. .. . ...... ... .. ....... ... 'u... Ly lI.1Op: S Maooa Saw ArTlfton--------- 12S0am a to
Ar.
Martha '
( ': and Josephine: Martin, wife 7 SO.6027p Lv............. .....;."....'...Uakrtow ...,. ................ _....Lv 7BOp i altdPlaning Mills. rC.rdeU, . . :ooam 12 jo p' m
.: f; and daughter of die:.. ....12 Ma LV........... .. ......Arcadia...,.....,.;..lwu..... .Lr 518 p ...... Ar 31 aeon .... s Mam726am 11Tpm
Edward Martin .?...... 1 tea Ar............ ............ pnnta Oorda ..............,....... .. Lv 4 OBp .... ., o. or OA. Room. .
rfc'who resides oar Gainesville were 1115 T' ..18 .. Ar. AtlanU.. ... .
.:If..truck bll1a'htnllll' and rendered nn- '"625p ...... Lr.. ..........................STATIONS..Tampa.............y.d........AI' ....."'. SOOa Now in .jMSSr. Complete House Bills Furnished AI' e.0. ". u 7411 p.
*' .0 SOB ...,.: Ar...nf'i'v.5 ............ ..... .. Thonotoaaaa' ","..............tv-. ;.nLr .1....' 7 SOaAr 1< Yellow and Timber and Lumber of all Kinds. Kaihrlll.CbatUnoofa.. .. 1 ooptns 1 ooam ; '
Conscious for several moments Up' r'v'
.f ; though Pally Kic-.pt 8l1nda, Ito m 40am
", .?*4hQy escaped ,.....ou.lnJ11I'1' They 810a. L.............. ............,.. Tampa ............*....... .... 10 10 a. 6 Mp OsD; ERs =\ .stJEa:: : ) PROI.2 :IwT: trLLou//*..B..,.B.. .. Mam
... L..,...,.............. 'poritsmp. :,.x.-....+........Lv 141\ 4401' Ar Chloagor ..... . 11 'UPID
MReri sta 41ng la, the .yard' under a Mp 1046. Lv................,.. ..8L 1'eter.barg Wharf................ ....Ly 11II. 1 UpTaTslOU a a'r 20am
r", 1 flargeak tree when the ; 40p L.......... .. ..... .,...,.... .... ......,'''''..... ,......Ly 7 16. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. LouUvllla* . .
.. '*- : ,; lightningF : lip Ar ..... ..4................Tarpon eprlnss..... .::.;:...'S'......Lv 7 .00 a ArClnolDiiatl... .. 750sm 13 as p me '
Dded., A which .. a .. 4011 D..
I..d8C. dog. was 711.' a. I. tt
7" 23 me
F 211
> /m9 sop .lae1l'l'f1l. Jar A m Archie. .... ... ...,
'between the two women 'was e6g.20p 5 811m .I..k8On'l'll1. AI' I lOa .2 7 100p ,LY p 'l .m s't
1000p60Up10tDa Ar w.,_ L..I 10e 11 00a1l1Op n 7001'
etantJy:kUled'byltheelectrtecnrrent: .1 lea a 1Iip 1 eSp Ar 1I..ab Ly I lOa I e4 I lOp 1106: ''.Ai'' TVsI or1'. .2tI a '1tt11ttlttttt"t1t" 11111111l111111111111111l' ' '! Tr.ID.Solid from I..IDI 1'.1"from' J&c"lI9n..ll1. to )f_.
.
., 6 za {. 6 L.U06. a Ma II 01. AII' MoalllOnl'l"J loW' 7461' 'I'tltlt'l1tltt11'tl'II"' ' trains toing eonDeet at V.ldoata with
... 'Lv a 4 north lrom
r1Mp Ar .J.i'Kb. Jack.onrllle.
1 :The Hi.tirlg.l'otato.:, : -CJr wiDg and ArmWlmlingtonLv -- Ar.. NMbv/ll. LT' 40 i Lees\ steepen On iIal.: Ft'er
sveloplng Company'will within: a few 1712r.p 1 07. AI", tUchmoDd L.'v 8 lOa, I 661' I,, 1260a'At TiOp ...........ua. ,Lr gins ,E J..t.W.. THOMPSON 3 eon hUman. re..alDlneln depot until 7:w a.tralD m for M.
7 J4a "I' Waahl..1IoIa Lv 516.2/ 609 11aa Ar Cblc.lo L. 7 ClOp Do Rot 8Uleplna Can from} "
.
',' -da.ys ajjpjy.to'the Secretary' of ,State, 1 1/8a..J... I lea Ar ..1\10,. LY 2 17. 1 44p 7 20. Ar 8 1 Lou" L.N p UNDERTAKER and change TIU. to of 81. Loall via .bo.... route wlthoat eakaoe:
4 0IIa. 11 tflD Ar Pbna4elpbla Lv 12 '11 lOa EMBALMER can"n D151e. n.r
lOa
tralD
potent. The also
willnoorporate man'p P,1I.
Lo.t.'l'fU. L. 100.
torletcers .
company 7 OW 1 lOp Ar NewYk L. 9 lOp 9OOa 110. Ar : ;..anat.leep.r.:, On Isms train Lo chieago
> 7"a AI' CI..etn.&I Lr1116i a' u r
"J # for 25,000, and will 1msqedfately r LIli 'or seh.dnlrs

:''f, :prepire'for.plantltg ,sixty -r .... ilT 116p$. AI'LY'' oetgomy)fo Ile tr. 4 1 171'3IID E O..A.SIC: : S OFCOPP. NSe e. tD&&toD.- .ddrey. -thbonn4 Laid other infop_ ...e....

'f'outpt't0o;: acres of potato land at,Haslngs. .. . 'l6p .AI" ]few Orin's Lv ,lOa M, E '*" '* Ladles and Qanta'Bari l Robes. e Or DtatrlatPaue'' .p 1.oW..Bur.

..*> ., Fred W. Kettle, who has .justreturned' .- H H. CAR . ...IG.. E'r C. .. EeonS." II4IklOn..1I..8&\& \...

: w, froua'fleveland'li;; I the prp- dtatDl TralBftta-xIMearrfrnll-aaaalofl( oar...meabl'OUlb baw.en ...rs between'New J.reey York(: JaekaonvlllajkndJ'ort.Tampa......tpoaTina .E . NICB STANDARD LmB'PTJRNrTUBB 8BWJNQ MACHINES AND e Oanent PDI'.I', '' ..,.,&. Jlaq;0.r:
and hMbrganlxed the ( and WuhlDnoaPullmaq 8l*.p.rntrJnD7S and H bdwoan Jaakaonvlll.. Bad '$." 3
t" motor; company, ORDERS: BY OR
MAIL TJlLJGa: :
PB'i i fto' Pit '
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fork aed Jae1 ; :"JO' principal associates belog' prom!. Ooaat Line tua-aara l_ Pnota Oorda for fort ..,.....'anH'intermidlaei laadlac duly ez* GIVEN. raoMrr. ATTX. JI'TIOM.. f '.' "For ears. fate
Mph...ad..,.7 a. m. rc4urniof laava Mjrara ..-a. sjrriving Feels OordB 4 p. m. *t -'" DOIIITU1tI: : c1; AID was after me eoai. 3
]C. I I'.A.CElMq I' ,
Cleveland.inen; Jncluding inuoulrJ'
,. ttsat. ,, -er weal be Havana... 80.4&111. ... 4 Thand..U p.1II. .' write.. F.A Gulled Y.er..;
..JtVelchtom, 'presldent.v'k!{Mr.:''.Kettle' wills sad Thnrach Bootnara Pullman Railway..1........batwaariTpDrt 7PBmSJ and "..York Via both. AUantto' UosMLis, E, A&mrT 1'0& m. GIOaa17r. GLAIR: CO'"VOM17X&MT8: HLDOTOIIi e bens Piles..Ala. I had a terrlbJe case. ot

.. .........1'1 and manager,' ,His broth.r 'tall eamplaiand r.IlaWa Information recaJdIvc. rata. iMiryatla.a
Lineliar a-.nu or B. r.COLLIER t R., n.tee Paaaancar ...... Tam.... Fla. BuckleD'. Arnica '
, .CharUs. .E.CeUl, ".,.Is;also' ,intwos- .. w.2. cfl W.10 Omen '-.. nt ltlliltllltllUlU111iUi 1. iiUlillUlUli1tU111it11Ut11Ul11ltU1G l i Ine.:. EqUally good for Bums SaTe cured tf
1- t... y ; L' B. > EkKRdOM.. Traffla xanprwpmtntwa. V.C. I aches and paiOnl and all r ,
: ::: ,,) I ; Pbarmaoy Z I250 at O.oeol.' "p
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