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 14, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00085
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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...".,..ta.I.....* IS.... I.0-0-1.... .Sla-'>.a|. ay ._....., Jai.. :30 .' Kisslmmee City," Fla.. August. .' ;.1nn :, V.: ... VI. N*. 34. "''

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$2200.00'and Interest 9002.65 .making} THE SCHOO CARD -
; total 92,802.05. For,this;.amount-you THE CIJY COUNCIL. j .-

will please give Trustees of 'County |flSSJWMMHMlwWHBMW ** \ of '
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(Transact Much Important, Bust! -Bonds- credihYoursrespeotfullyp- Holds its Regular, Monthly Session t" Meeting forKisslmmee Aegx.$. State
a Bank '( KtesimmccOfTors their August Routine -
'JNO. M. BaY Nj., Fla. Aug. 4,. 1903. .

Session. .' Treat.Co, Bond Tru''''''." and. Other; BUsIii ss. The Board of Public Instructionmet ',:' ,. '
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Which credit was ordered given. 'Town Hall, Aug' !. 1903.; The Council there being'present lj. _C.. ,Stanford , '

The paid >and cancelled warrants met in regular session, there being chairman; J., Strickland and A. "

The Agricultural Institute were destroyed by open Board. present,,H. C.' Stanford, Pres..t H. N. S, Campbell; .i.o'w.1J. Hinton; Superintendent to Customers Every 'Facility'

-_ _: ? '"The following bills were. examined j BraUon' J. W. Thompson, W. C.Bass' of Public Instruction.The Consistent with Sound Management, :t

,Located., Road Matters Discuss- and ordered paid to wit: Lee Bandy. Councilmen; and J. minutes of last meeting. were ..... .
w IIr Co Com. ana mil.. *((.......I a *o read and J .
CSAcrM c H ,-.., 1 801.8uaUCIa" I R. Gilbert,, Jr..,.Clerk. approved. (Off.
ed.. New Rule Established.. A O RaM .. ".... N" ."i.. ,.,>_.....,'...... 10 100 00 The minutes of the last meeting were Treasurer 'Jr- R. Gilbert Sr., reported .-. .Pereonal Attention..... to ,.All .nuetnes'JBtr. io' U.!
Routine' Affairs: 1 Walker' -W .. .. 1T0 read and approved.The as.follows: ,
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Ino M UX Cl.rk and Auditor 4.i.::: ... M 00 I '
W. t 8en.UouDtr Attoru'...... .MM. reports of the officers were examined Kisslmmee. Fla., Aug. 1, 1003. N .B. :CARSON ...
. ... To the Hon. Board of ., _ ,,;,. 12 IiG PnbUo InitrBctlo la and
iOsstmmee City( Fla., Aug.,3,1903.' J Mecu...', Joltor.- .. .... i' < 800 and found'to be correct.Th. forO-ceola oonntyi
I The Board convened at 10, ,.. ml:, t ValleTi.n.U.E C.p. .0'"$.poor'.na and 1)81'1I pcup'i SO 00 .' following bills were, approvedand ,,1 herewith tender my report.. treasurer .. Y.
prinUDc M per cootncl.i H 14 \
there.being present Walter Bass Sr..,' W A C Urns. Co. InmCer.... ,.... 610 ordered paid, as follows: : .of Osoeola county for..the month .. .A .
o. Chairman; C. 8. Acree, J. S. Stratton jDWootau 1'h.&CImedlel., rmp work;..........VT'..."., 700 4 MK i J t w MePhalMr A t.rboI4..tarr, .alary su M xalf..f 40. 00 W of July, 1903: - -- .
;: A. O. Bass and .JJ M. Walker, N r Bau. repair for pump for;Jail.,.... S 00, J IfoPnoutr.oMWlB Mayor Court.4 00 TKKASUKKB'S REFOBT. 4)f.)
i W Howell J P ertudual oo.te.s... S M J a Ullbe".Jr. whir t'l.rt..u.. !2O MAle ..
.:i Commissioners; W. J. Sears County O r PravaU erimlnal mat*..:.. 1* 5AWC Darldeoo, nary M* fccTeng W 00 July 1, To _aU from sat THE t;:SKissimtitee -J'
: Attorney and-WrRr Johnston.-.-. O.' C r TaVnit.". *.'I"110"V. . ".. Jg lie t A Laucaati-r,war, M Traaaurer.__< _6 00 0" :34, To Am{.. from Copt February.,. ; :
.j t. ..4l.. ..,...t..... xo Robert IIr. \oIl. aalary at K L 1'1.nt..... II 00 Nd.III iwdWn'rM1-M. M 111 J
'The minutes of the last regular. 0 ..i,... ?... 70 K P Dana alary M ftupt at K L Platt,..-.' .76 WKlaalmn : ADI. L To sins. ; <
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book .
.: PG Crpraartle nwd .i.i.f, .: ...u.. :(<..., 110 **lepbope&:,rent pbo..17 1 MM a ,41. 171 ;Ice. Company
... as .. .' '
; ;me.Wng.wePgrsad.nd approved. M ,olothtaa..0... ,, JM Coeoer work oa school bo.5 well... M To collector. Uiee isoa.,. ."... 1ST as
C M sbaeky..ey..t.. To tax collector poll. 1902............ XI
BaxUy repairing ,,.. 76 The Waborocu.lamb.r.4.: ..... .... 1-45 00 "
The trustees of the Florid. Agricultural E: I) .
Institute, ..' the invitation of the 1 W Wauon ro.. aupt>He..,,..}w- ..... 7 001Ae Toa vriiiTbomu.Jokaeon.I&ree&.. work" e4 4!d.jn de. ..VA...... .60 4 00 laadaalea.,..........,.,,,,,....... M 74S8&I7 ; 1s'Now'Reedy' for Ban pa,",111'01Iwork ." ; 1M oO W B Maklneon Co., odM for K. L Plant 11 11IIII"l'b..r'eedlallrpri.14aJ '- 10
Board, met. with hoard; there being J R Gilbert Sr Com Co Treae.,. ..,,;.,.. 9197 ..,.' 40 ".4 '
't 'present Hon. J 'W. Watson, Jno.'M.Qryan U W Walker, nd work.........."...,,.,... 44 M Warreo t.1/.. b..llu........ ...'..... By wirranU paid. pet U.t..t.i Kit 7. TARE ',THIS;METHOD.OF. INFORMINQ THE PEO..", ,5
W JIau. 8rTUUPoorrarm. .. ... S eo J
,. E. S. Mote and Dr. Ennoan; J B. e)ap..ear.iwope>apra.ii..t.t.'i.4.; <,. .ISO Vol.Davl..tre.t. slrt' work work It _, ,day... ,'....!.,. 13 1 .00H..r 00 ToBalanoa. .,; ....;.......... ..\ ,J3iii M T.V pie of Klsslmmee'and contiguous territory that we;:'ar":.noWof.; ,
lk Bro -. road work. roll,jn',.... M OOL. ... -IeT&1CIt MO.1.
pay >
0.8.641, tea 1411 1IR. JIt 110 ''
Vail.y prl.U0e ,
F. representedby ...,._,.'.....110179Aug. manufacturtna. ol ice
A. superior
0tL. Hendry being .,P. Uuglie before the JMO.rdn.rh.nlletorBLPWt.dt. .1 2AQ liLTobalaaoelaalreport.. a quality and aoliclt their' patronage.
+ the, Board B Woodall, T rda"wood.....,.....,..., .S Mt for the '' .
Theeommlttee a.meAt' I&r '
proxy. Board and asked cancel Tax ALacoaatoreXoorda. woort.......... ...<" .11 80 1, tn t.&a.f 102" f expense we equipped ourplant; :
... them with the various offers Alex 0..14_ dr.awork..Y.: '10 MKd 11011M7..JtlftaloY no. *., with the bet machinery that could' and : .
presented Sale Ceitrceto No. 464, sale_.of July NeW uah11n, toard nlfhl of ........ 1 8O July Ii, To balanoa........:.............. 1122Aug. money buy are highly''
-of lauds for the Institute, and they re-' 3, 1889, sd far as it 'affects the lands J W ThonpaoD. (relcht' and Ill'll'....... 4 to .'L .1'0&alooIleotor\ &a&.... tllOll.. 05 pleased with the results of the trial, that has been atven'ltt e.(;
'.tired to make examination of the tarn"., R A IankVorarJ&dapc tree work. 1ft M are profoundly'grateful for the encouragement far
of J. R. Charlton In said certificate act. Co. eo
; H Btaalord for Fla Kl'e. M 46.. ''- -
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rand will report to the Board later..- which ceoommendatlon was gV' anted.. pur., Tt. O' errJ Ca n.... By warrant :a* per list ... ...",.. N given us and hall endeavor to merit a continuance of your,good .' '.',

The (Chairman presented the contract After which the Board took a recess II C Stanford Work oSboll.r.>> ail.'Wii10ilou.. 374 M 1 will and patronage by straight dealing\ down weight and flrtt-olaeev( ',; ;,
.of Casa A O.'Berry' to do the plumbing'work until 2 Pt M.,i .u .u: ln.etrtoW1a'Co.....1for1'latt.- .. 60 40W11.onJrraro.wortk.w To balao.e..uLdw..fn.1 Vn-MITIUOT KO kV N TaCHOoL goods.., Tickets on sale after to-morrow and .our plio'ealwlU be-.

in the Court House and.Jail UC.ta.fordpui..1.X L ;Haol........ 5 00 July t. To ...1..1: 112 S7 saUsfactory. Free delivery by our own w&'On or ,that of'Mr.- J. ': :'

-rwhlch was read and approved -::-'the.BO.rd reconTened_at.2.P; . M ---- .( --....-J.-:1r..Trii.'M U ChrUlopherflltnreaT. ''' W 4q.,I..TIJ tat, 196 M. Gardner who' _will handle our.product. ', '. " " I
All present. > ., Our Gardner, work at plant M day..a.6., 1 i';:
.A petition from cattle district No. 2 '114 161warr.atupuuk..r..a. Very respectfully, . '
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Clans Minx, work.1 plaut 1U! d.' 1 MB :
Mr. ft w
'Basking the appointment of J. A. Bron- R. H. Lanier appeared before O Stafford, pur. act. foe Bal n.. Kleo "; p, ''WGUMMJRUn".: . ,
son, Jr., to be appointed Cattle Inspector the Board and asked that he be allow ""'Ce..i..h.i. ., I II To. baL nos..1.,1....>....../ X1911 ; .PHOKK. 101. Managsr, '; ; '
of District No. 2, and they' ed to redeem'the outstanding ,.certificates *. MS 79 GMOOIi, IV.-llITalOT .0. *,, ... c) ..
against the NW' of 8h 80 9 Communication from 8. H.: Bullock, rely I.To balance ........................., Ml 05 -
.having complied: with law on motion : ..... ,.To:Ta Cot.ta.,12O1.I.r,... 87 SOBf r
>of J.TT.: "Sfrattonseconded by C.'a; Tp 27, SR 29, at their iaos .value D; C., recommending cancellation of .' . -";-' .. .

Melee-J. A. Bronson, 'Jr., was' aptpolsted whlod recommendation was made to. tax sale certificate No. 147 sale. of
Cattle Inspector of District ,the Comptroller. -j 1002' of following description: Nor 4- of ,To balance ...,.... ,........... .64 II
No. 2, and upon the4Ungof his bond The viewers of the road from. Nar- lot' block of South lI'la..R', survey i Paid and canceled warrants amountIng -WStm: .

'.in the sum of 1500.00" is to enter'upon coo.lelto St." Cloud Junction ,was rep as description was not oo..rect.- to. 327.21 were .burned .IJtlT..,. ::1

the discharge of tils duties as such, ceiyed and read, and on mottos of 'Jl. The same was found to be incorrect: session, said ''warrants., belonging, to ' .

."}..&. Anderson o./.prei ented the S. Stratton seconded by A, C. Bass, as above .stated. ;and Council ordered different funds, as follows: } '' ,'
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reports.' the bits'of. e QTletsfor/Ju* the following resolution wai adopted Clerk to.:'cancel .said certificate: and General Bchool load.i..5: 126 70Special "I ,. ..

ly amounting' to.*7.7.74, which was' accepted !f'Reiolred, That; the road from St.: instruct Tax A..or'to properly describe Special School School road Fund No NoLi1YiryH1Y I..4.\ M 66 : -

,, and the money ordered depo. Cloud Junction IQ Nareoossee, as described same. Special School Fund. M ....-...............-...........-04! THE m HKE J|. TIIJJ.i'.1JIl: ; I t1

,_, lted with the County Treasurer, to beplaced in the report of, the Viewers, __Communication from J; M. Wlllson, S2731 .

:.. to the credit of the. Fine and. W.: 4. 8. Carr, Joel Thou and: Jim Jr., 'requesting! Council 'to-'allow'an The resignation of C:.U. Oarrett as : \\j; .uJ

,i,, :.Forfeiture Fund", Pettnon filed and accepted this day, addltlona. 30 days in which to redeemtax principal of school No. 13 was &4fo FlilTWI.; .,

communication from J. A.' Ora- be declared and establlsked a public sale certificate against Osborne cepted and C. A., B&r1c1dand'.w..p" :-1 [

fticm, of Bratdentown, asking the road and that the same be posted ao- and OnealV Addition except lot*1, pointed principal of said schooL.Miss '-. .. ;1" 4

JJtoard to recommend tOthe.Comptrol-! cording to law.". And 'the viewers Block B, which request was'' granted. Georgia Owens' being appointed. as- -

liar\ibsvt be be allowed to- redeem oerftaln were discharged; '- Thomasson' : asked that.:rediw ale\t.Dk. Other.teachers were- appointed . .' LOLLY POPS -VICHIE.WAF R"

lands in Township 28, S of J30 -A petition was presented signed by lion be allowed on tax sale ertificat as follows: .h.Ica CREAM f '- --', - rMILrC;; AK"':' ,

E, and Tp 37, 8. R. 54, ., valuation divers citizens asking the discontinuance held by city against ths following described O. M.'Hubbard to School No. 4. CRAPE JUICE.!: ,ROOTB ER ;

"" 'Of 25o per&ON, without/lDtereat.whlcJi: Gt the. beach road from Cloud property: Beginning at N E :Miss Mary Mason to School No. 0. ,And all helatest and ., '

.... ? reftueeioa notion of J\\ s. Stratton, I to Nareoossee.! On motion of' J.;-S.: cor. of Lot 4.,Block J, Patrick's ,Ad. Miss Haute Barber to School No. 15. '. .; ;>" .,- most, popular drinks,',. ,. w ,,p
taeondedby C. 8.,Acree, was' refused, ,I Strattoo, seconded by C, S. Acree, ditlonSo231; : feet, W. 1471 ft; Nor, : Bills were' 'approved and :warrants, (' "'

the Board having in, all instances the same was accepted "aDd tbe road 23J ft, east 147) ft. After Investigating issued as follows: '. wlee'thlrsty and warm they wi". lltle ieh t+ ii'::,,ti&diti1 .

heretofore'refused to grant, any rebateuon from- St. Cloud to Narcooisee along the above described property It Kiel,B Htnton Flrale Orerltreet.(alary Supt.....and.aeboiJ: poatafe No.I.0U. po DOW ) you, off.s 'I/ < '. "v ..'." \v ,.. ." '."- <.; '.

this class of lands. ; ,the Beach was declared discontinued. was found to have been erroneously Normal 8cboofclroular' ..\.:..;...... U M AparlorfortheSlidiehaabeen: i ; "- .'-,.<'\,
bad allow'reduction H C Stanford $ P I.j.I..............,.i' r 00 ; > ipeol4lpj .':
Chairman: Bass reported that be The warrants were, then signed up assessed, and Council agreed to J Strickland M B P 1..1.-......... S 00 will find it a pleasant "'
Mrltfhad the Poor Farm and found It In in 'open Board, 'after which the Board of 60 per cent off of actual A >>Campbell .. BPI..:......./oe..._.''. 4100, place to stop' while out.bopping.-" i.
Marnard '
Lumber Co., Umber 110 . '
"Tgoofl condition'. tbs- crop exceedtlntflr took a recess un .1l10 ,A. :M., Aug.:, '4, taxes without Interest Ko. 12.:....... : .W ...T..... ...., 1140 r i Lr-i- i i s' i [ j -i i M iV-B-.a i - -- l_ -' '

'' fine, with the prospect of a yield \1903? J I The hoods, of J. 'MoPhatter. :and >,3; Valley tropoiUadvertUInf iaxetta. prt.Uoe(_;.tee.....lMra..:..;..>....?.; ,10 1 MM 66: Don't- Take- :' my. Word for. It.: ,bat Come. tad sw 'fit-:-Ywra.fl.&fM.P .':

J Konberteomaetrearai.r..ik .. .... 4> M '.. ,. ..... '
of -about ',000.bose.., and the fruit be- : Lancaster, having been properly <'\' -- .
Tuesday! ,Aug.4, 1903c; =The Board J a Ollber.i>olal laud No ....,;...,.,.. 02 -
lug free from scale and rust. reconvened at 10 A. M. All present witnessed:;were accepted.! J.R Gilbert peolal luad No..1..'.. i.,*..' t7 . . .'" . q,:

The petitions. of A. E. Bearden and but Commissioner. llter, 'who 'was Marshal was Instructed to. look into School No., 1 will 'open the "second ::a- -' IJ m,. ..

'R. T. Butler to sell at retail .liquors, excused.: _" V the sanitary; condition of town. and report Monday' In September... All other 'M. wWWW .1tW' .
: twines and beers DlatrtctN !.1, 0. The Trustees of the Florida, Agricultural .w at next regular-meeting of CoUDoU. schools, ready a$ the time, will open .

'oeola county, they h..tDr-eomplled Institute, through Uon. J.W.. .. . I.the first.Monday in September :: i

with the,law in every particular' and Watson. Chairman aDd -UOD, J. !M. -There being no' ''further business. H. STANFORD, iari'4i1EPari,

I.aOquoGta'( being filed, permits were Bryan, Secretary appeared before the Council adjourned to meeffruesday, W ','HINTON'.Chairman., :t "

. ?ot ved Issued to the said, A..E. Beide Board and reported- that they' had Sept.: the. 4th. A. D..1903, at,7:30: P. M.; ., Secretary.; rWeatheipfp\
and T. Butler to sell at retail H. C. STANFORD Pres.J. '
It. made an examination of the tracts of .SMlclde P..Y..The ...-<<. = J
liquors:: wines and beers in Kisslmmee land tendered for the site of the;, said ..R Gn.RJRT.: :Jr., Clerk. startling announcement thai a

'City, District No. 1s0soeols -county.; Florida Agricultural Institute, and Date the same to the State for the purposes preventive of.suicide had beea dUoojri: ; -- -.. it:. 1f, '.
The report.-ol the various .. :
county .. ---
bad selected_the .Simpson _and Seanproperty Of said IDIt t1 IOD. .Be) ft; fur ered wU1lntere.t.m&D1.' A run, down ; GWilltlN-: : ;.t.r. .
.oIIioere were examined, filed .and oridered In Klssimmea "and ,
North fher ,_ system, .or despondency .invariably '-
debited., ? would Allow for the improvements'onthesame !'ItesolvedThat.. tics Board of Coun> precede suicide and something has '
,(followiii d 'Treasurer's' 1ilenoes'on report band showed:' the the'sum-of 92,000.00. Commissioners: hereby agrees, and been found that will prevent that con; I' I |||A A10 j ji ; ,.

Whereupon on mot.loDotO. S. Acree, pledges Itself to, donate (subject the dltlon which makes suicide likely ,At < / ,
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......uaPesf.e.... .... ..161t17 '' , ,
j B A4 ... .... ..7"..NY:..;....::r..., t'/714 seconded by A. C. Bass, the following approval of the Board of. Trustees) the first though of self destruction take /. \. ... !:. hi f'' d
County5cbodl.__,.. ".A... 881 U resolution adopted to-wlt ,l.
.was : an additional fifty acres of land to the Electric Bitters It '-
. being a great : A "
Pin and flWf.e.- ........,.... I1V1 m "'SatleII : '.'
MchooI8ub-4I., No. V.ti. ,, \laJ 76 "WhereaJ,',the Board of CountyCommissioners' State for the purposes of the Institute tonic'aDd'D.ryloe' .will strengthen the % 'b. .

:M: Io.b-4': too. ..:......jjfr.r...:. .:r.p.Jr.uJ:::: ... .11119. 74 in'and ,,for Osceola at any future time when called\ upon so nerves'and build up the ''system.. It's : : : ':>1':;:

: :..... ....... .'''...(:,..W4.1'Td4L -... county i'believing,that the' location of to do.": ..* oJ f also a great Stomach, Liver and''Kid. II: W. B. MaMnsm 'Or ) I

....,r..4..N..s ......(4641 h the Florida Agricultural l Institute in Mr. Sumner appeared before. the ney regulator.. Only BOo.\ Satisfaction ; Q-: :.

Tor which he filed .osrUflcaU of, de Osceola.oounty to .be of great benefit Board in behalf of O< W Hopkinsand guaranteed by Osoeola Pharmacy : eT.1ea.1Ort11.123 < :

bit State Bank of Kit........ tcr the county: and having!" carefully reported certain road improvements 4 ;, J :
Fuad' I examined which he was making in the People.who make a1 practice,of not : .
The Treasurer of various in refersuns
the'Special properties
north eastern corner of the county; and. sending Into the city for their supplies
,made the and return' to their fitness site'.. for said ;: General Hardware Spotjtirixn
following report as a that he would present a petition of the never ,cOmplaIn 0' bard t.lJD. .., The : ,i. ::
| d Bonds No.12. and 13 and'tea', oo\ Institute find that \he.Soars A, Simp- cltlzent of that neighborhood askingthe '' l'
'*' county to donate to Mr. Hopkins way to ,prevent bard tlmeaisjo get aU : Goods .
wil located the R. .viT
pons, to- : ion place; on S.'F. R. .
his of the road tax to': for the moneyfrom abroad ban and d *
part pal Iou
q 1'KissnacEK: ,'FLA., July 28,'1WX,> I Is the best,suited for 'such'" 'purposes' In same. Which was received. Infor keep It.In"',your: own town. ,In'. other , 1 ;,' .,;, ..u > ;,*vi t
,;; HON.. BOARD or COUNTY comes 1 1.AIOIfKRS .11.reapects-R'. 1 _ mation. / ) : *- i 'Get "
words;p..t.roDbe'0ur local
merchants. prices
: : OSOBOUi. OOUXTY. Fi.a.GsNTI.RWsNEnclosed _"And the Board of Trustees oill cJruitt.ut.e. A petition'presented by Commisiionor | .on barb .wlreand( nailsbelore taiulno elsewfcere l .
4 . .
: : and Osoeola \ having'''OOlJferred "wlth'.the Bass, .of No. 4> for ft road nearhlttiw \.">. "Pkysrolas. sled Druggie. '. -'h;: ,\ ,1wk
laid until
was over- next :

;' County Bonds,,No.; 12 and. 13,, and County Commissioners andhave>agreed ,. meeting. .. : 'regular .z' Ford As" Sturgeon a prominent diug I' .. ,' . . . -It :' :
Interest Coupons. on ten' additional. to stooept this property as a site for the,, On motion of C. 8. Aeree seconded firm .t Rocky Hill Station,7 Ky., write: 4.

.. For these Bonds and Interest Coupons, i In.Wsteandhave* r agreed,, Callow b! y J. 8. Stratton.; the followlpg. resolution "We were requested by Dr.;; Oi B.: 7
'In OCCOrd&D08,with your, in.truotiou.'as .'' the County Cominlssloners sum of was passed: n NeW MA'RKETBASS' : :
,Resolved;That the.Connty'Attol; . Snigley to send, for Herblne for the ; :,
last meeting, I j>..ld'' for Bonds 2.oe..O'for thsorangV build- '
grove ney examine and approve all criminal benefit of customers.? We ..ordered ... ... .
E.aot Bitter PlRvt. lugs and' other valuable, tmproremeiits. cost bills before this. Board: will pay! three dozen l1.D"Jeoember we are Of' 'Oi 0 : ... w fc '
that are' ew upon U; therefore beeIOI'nd )' '- ;STAND: .oi-, ,
) i' glad to sayi'Berblne.has; given such "
After *
'wo physicians had a ,long: .andLjjtiibborn which the Board adjourned '
fight with an aboaas' oe my That the Board oICouD. W. BASS, SB.; Chairman, great satisfaction that& we 'have' 'dnpltoatedhisorderthreetlmee ,REEVES. & WOOp; :.ERQP''.s :' : cl '
ty Oommlssioners purchase .this property No.. :: .
\> right lung" writes J. F.. "H ,th.. of ; N. LKB Clerk: sad today .
Tor the sum of-93,000.00 &doPww .By W< R. JOHNSTON.;. D. C. vj we"gve your Salesman another 'order.; .... c "J'
v'DuPont, Oa. &I1d gave me up. Everybody "
thought my time had come.* As ea Bed to It All., 'TlIe Desth PSUSITJ', We beg to say Dr.O. B. Snigly takes ..Jt 'lilil.ocat) cS ourselves tosrethWdn the meat mar4ket .'

L. a last resort. I tried,- pr., Kings,New. A'crl8'You1w..d( 'oftlmes 'comes ,.!asa j A,little.t.hlDou.tlm.; .. results In pleasure'! ill reccnm=o.pdlalt, Herblne.. ; buIb... we take'.this (method of 'sosoitln.r at' I lea$'*" "'

> :xVDlscovery; for consumption. ''Thenenefl .- '....I1J' of unbearable pain from'oVertaxed deaths Thus a mere scratch; insltmf'flcant 60p bottle. at Osceola. Pharmacy., hare of your trade and shall endearor to merit It bi prom

ay received was striking<< and I was or.r.. 'llulD8S','Backache< cut or' puny; bolls have paid A shrewd er'aerer'ttiis to read .:.senrioij; fair'and Uberal' dealing and., handHnar only the) .tsfc:* '

r'on my feet In a few days.Now: ;;'ve ver oomplianf and Constipation. But the death penalty", ,It Is.wise' to, 'have the advertt.ementebiforeps$1nawithhis .meats country affordsj .B..f.Dutton.and: pork- eaolt. .' .:x(

i entirely regained toy health 'It oon thanks to J>i King's New Life.:Tilts Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever 'handy.' ) money.- And, 'pf:'courseIf ,your ;.'and all jn ,season, ; Fret: eUv.ryandprompt. aerrioa _1s ottr {

cjuers all Coughs;. CoW and Throat they put an- end* to .it all;, They' are It's the best Salve on earth' and "U1pr.t8D' advertisement 1st not there, he 'cannot -- nt -r" h JIt'-r: ..,4 .'
\&D4.:.pung troubles:. ''Guaranteed.. by gentle but thorough. Try them. Only fatality, _beD. 'Burns,. 'Sores, well see 1C: -'And'likewise ol bourse .. -J....T.i >

t;<<.Osoeole>Pharmacy Price 60c.;and I1JX. 26a .;Ousrsateedibyy0s.eola'Phar.Atsolt ,. \ l : Ulcer* and.Piles threaten.. Only, '.25c, yon:lee hJm:gofnto4hr. fellow's PHONE. 61'w, r' .1f:. REEVESit. \\0
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hE.t. 'STE'R.YdFT'H.E' Into A passtdd4" l ;. tears. Clifford did OLD MESA UF .: --j BEA'MAN'. '

, just the very belt thing possible In the The Pu.b10 w.... rlsa AJwqU the R.... JOHN L. ,

._ Circumstance.: he let her crVltb.. .r tee :Ssea.beld.InAhe , '
INN.. ... .".. .. :. .. out'a word. he'' sought: And found her Century there It an account of

". .aJ; i.I._._.._... .___ .._ st''on:! Cf' t, wi theuitbet. tlfi! "Alceat orthW mnCb4nt: 11'1'3.:'"j .If
.:- In 'JiUr i haiB, wbOa n A hlir Written by F. \t dodge .f the Bthno.igleal r' laID FeiiStable d

;. : UI: FIJI> : 3)1' -riW'ssed! |hcriflfcoi '
\ tics, d<< t 0 time. writes pVl Ititnt41! 4rtl flay l ,
I tlieu less bitterly, until!, the peas' "Notes OD Old eIIa L /e." 1Ia"Luugl-e: a
tire of her acute misery relieved,' she says: ,

1111dd(>IIIfnlt'1Dg'1-.JIO.JtJ04: //wattil d byf .11Vbep ,jhe/IIJ'Pt ITgpdpy} to the Stable; ':: :

,. 1, y I Iltllllllll Nh 1 1, bouds away IIlltl tried her Ares. Herd. (he pueblo- was really Iu control , .
etil ... ... ,. '
.Nv... Hdl. II" JVU ""'I' brtt '''t1l11tM owners; 'the""wemrn" :' .4._ ,.. .;.... I.. ._ -- --
o AVkod Clifford..OB.afaintfiiillo!! began : In these olq.con] nnitler! the,' woman '' :
r r o d tA borer.on the jclrl's' .fu.*.- I was the 1mpp !teptl.ftrier; i4 t>fe'I rodr }. Finest Turnouts in Toif: '

_ ors I lo. much better,"'anxwered hold. She was the owner of the houfl1!

10o| rrlibt) IW. trKftort. BoniMfji float.1' ... she. In, la.jnorotsel l ipoasesspd''Now. 'qntt.- i anll'ftllit; contained. 'She built It:

CIt &&ff11I III I oJ,Jbe."- J .....De.l tot'lo Yht iff . nole\ .tblull I' can. I.ypu/pomethlna-I-did It* . ,..,',. use! ; The'fitjlWyen";wltbf i!! H/(!.Ut.'I.tracer' of daB" i l r r

t'.J "8h f'Jcont Htlekels.Yes. ?'<> "; lrir'Eian' Standard OllComU@J
J thenrlu -ter theX mnntiland "' through the notboi, nd'fool f < Aent[ ( for ; >Y
thegla s ) '
tt The Co I drive home of George 11erls'! name. The w_ .'.'l' ) IUlon] aUie tbna
.' and ble ece begun In silence. They plece.. However she knew better than J "Wcllwbat; on rnrtli 4* be to think? mere !provider, was that of'nn bonotedguest

t1 were a tidy In sight of the little to argue with -detective.. She walked Jt( is Just w.haf'fJbouldha\'o thought he. 'pre Jumed''dlanlrJ''eabl ly I ..: .
; ; tindjf
to silo ,. }jtJ alt J.' other;; ..' .... r
; 'It "
group 0 bulldlngg/oij/ jufhJrhJtho/* t1sl J o\lJg\ but.oYyf yself (- .J' I An ,bl1_!. position"; more' likely' than not "J' "1 '.r
v Llon.w' Jhe principal, when the (girl, "If what' is he was sent back to his own home.: 'I '
'1 turnlnc' Iddenly t4herltin\ k\{'ln4i 4; stPYrlltrb'tldr, ( *?,.nr >odJ-/" !"It ,.It.l liiulu't happened. ) ((0,l>e In loreIthyou. Far. froiu being' the- general slave-mid I KYSSIM1YIE :,

Why mar :'a ..[)'o..u/l dln"erenti, different\ .to, -)rOom, peeping Is: not much In out'hued of ,curiosity.This and Hhc. "You Neil Bta don't.....1.mean that*really," plains'tles'were', tribes, the Pnchloi-wojnan's/ n'' du- : ; .
purelydomseticl.and'lf:: EIVEE EOt13TEA.lmt
''s 'Tbere is a pause. A struggle wasIceen' light-may have attracted n'am.'Ahd ." him." \ ."Yen. but I .do,' though. Look.hero, I cver'.worked in fits; field, it was for tbe .
8 going ''' V'.Vry likely _ gut the nurse to to'go titje ,
tj e p an'gybreastRle ; pay someone .
,J : ' -now whit common good to. save .tbet scanty, -' :
larthere do, .
pltlt ; between theiorehe we Inquest and report: to me.., ,lie did, in
time of ROSEADA
l need// STEAMER ,
lerr:youfoqe[ baps v tbe for luncheon. / LILLIE,
ai Jury adjourned
L bad W-I\ ftur.aa | ,
The grinding of 'the manycoloied'corn Jr.?
the atta for bread.,Jbejreavliicsndtbemaklug'of '- .
was In.d: :* jjnnatUraLj.olcsJ'lt "Why, yes' ;, ma'am. Things look very I'.' and the.verdict,'and don't see_- pottery'Were'ber principal- Regsluweekly trips to' B aiTnger and return TlSielasneavesKlsslmJmee ,
be the bTa& tlihidtr: y6Ut'7boTIE'lady"r97eiid how "oould fall to Klssimmee Friday evening. ,,'
Anybody, erveptlno; arrives
presently and
: .replled! 9u.l'. Tuesday morning
a. v parryjns t 1--: I occupations and aret0 .this day,, The. .
7oDdel'1" the- Im. '
Yes, .Fort Myors on 1\4
.tlOd: suspect you. you Pueblo Indians excellence the Special! Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and \ ,
.'Different! How different And Blue>he nodded In, the direction oftbe' ',ell.I who had been very white, grew, potters of the Southwest art. par and It will Comfortable\ accommodation for pasiengers. na.t!'. 'realonable.
whin-pered : crimson! \ as.she looked at him.' Th_ .most picturesque WAterway In Florida ,
be confessed that'they come fairly by ; '.
"Now, Sir.. hemming. I will not hear. '
back.. mean-jthBt,, you suspect,.'me, ,
: : i' > i the title. as quezpwlnationof! some' For'Passenger and Freight Rates pl-U 'III'
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avoid J Joe '
P t George ClaJlJ J<>ptMl faT&itiJsJkir ) d' .a'alnt' ; JIse !:'You think me capable of- : CLAY JOHNSON 'SR., Proprietor .p
'Ubitat wli'mthTrtell'yon 'of the 'old-tlme;" ware'"wil prove; *\- ? .
.with suddeft : '' .I
'I a mlnurr' the old trust came back "No 'child of course not ;But I On board "Lillie" Klsslmraee.. Fla. ;:
e F Into his heart ,and bejloli. 11 l ogpq the notion Js absurd that the child1ko61d'6ANd1DId think ;you gave your ,evidence very though In this case;as In some others;. :: )'
the evolution has not been for the bet-
sttfthingiko do with '' '
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that be was a fool A mlle'HJb1e'' \ft badly, and that you therefore can't expect .. fw
fool. to Ilow 'doubt: of her Absolute It And I..m.surprised to helt.*uc ,q. to,be pitied. .Now tell me why ter. \ ... f '\
,' ll a'' ''goodness and truth' to enter'his'mind. preposterous suggestion from a man of jyou didn't want to come and see' me?" In the small house-celt or In the '
bright, 'sunlight the. potter'/ sat, and, : 1)OeTO: &;
discernment, f. OWN
a And then .again the uIII' thoughts your : ,Nell silently bung her bead with fools at all fash, eVE'Rg MAN-'HIS .." .
darken his mind; .The detective looked down at his bat' lWa's"lt because _dldn't.careJfyou.neyer : scarcely-! any T. :
which had begun to you toned sups' specimens', of tbe,;' potter'sart "By J. Hamilton ,".yers, M. 11!!:
'subtly''.instilled by the doubt and ',us-- .It 4oe' 'you credit ma'am to take saw me agalnrUp .
yr 1 '
r there are'some 'questions must, ask with all pur .ppll 1ncel". The usejof; to treat andante .
:; clouded: orer.him once more: :'Ue could denial."Well to diseases of the human system, showing
,.J h, not ciTe her an'open'answer, although the' colonel.. >If- he will give me Ore was It because yon knew I the potter's wheel was unknown aujl) with simplest of medicines. Th. book contains analysis or. .ot.,\

1: he felt: that it would hate been better minutes; And I'm sure 1 shall ''be glad ,should ask you some questions tbe "throwing" of .A'.hap. by this courtship and marriage; rearing a management of children os-

w lit he-could bare done so. lie'' beared enough to help clear her'My ,, Down went the face again. means out of the question; but with sides vslnable prescriptions' recipes etc. with a full complement of {1i

n ;a big sign; and answered without looking ;. i ,"' father will see yon I am sure" "What was it youwanted. to see me a hollow bit of basket-ware or a pieceof facts in materia medic that everyone should know. l'
iy : ft "'I; said. Mlas rBostalr,prompUy* going to about when yoq sent for me to. comedown broken pot for a1' support, .all the 'TWs iftdlspenssble adjrine to every well-regnlated b01lloholcl will be t
1: ' : tbe door ,' "Because he, Is as sure as Iam to forms, from ,a,fImple food bowl up to of pries SIXTY CENTS. M:
"Ah,, well my girl.It's not so,,,easy :, from town nee i .youT"She mailed postpaid to any address *>n reoelpt ,
tt '. .to be' llvety! ,and cheerful: with such that all light on this matter' Is In looked up. at him with a. face''full The largest and most elaborate water- Address I

.things'as them" and be vaguely,.indi I Mla. darliT'Interest"'And of..ferror.: ., _, _ Jars, were bunt up by coil olt'Collof .
.' ,- rather clay smoothed or modeled .In' patf'tnal. PUBLISHINQ HOUSE .u.l.OnuTl'. Jo1"'Ae" I
cated.-the 'recent> ppcun,Fne -Jerking resentfully glancing! 'Ah. thAt's It," she whispered hurriedly. ATJ "
a' ,his whip) back 'InJhe\ direction' or him as she went out she crossed the "That 14 why I didn't want to the vessel grew; andwhen one examines \

'a :Btroan; "happening;: under one's--rery stone-flagged passage, and told her see -)'OU. I knew :you would want to some of- the ancient. pieces, .--- -' , - ,
windows father that the London detective fall notably those excavated by Dr. Fewkesof .2
almost know that. And now I cannot
'' tbe Smithsonian1 Instirutlonrone can
And then tbejboth' were iileut"bothconsdoiu'Y'tkea wished Ho'see him .yoxir' .
: 'J in3nie9[ lSltf -'Blew-.blm. /In- -ere.wHemmlnjr but marvel.
"Why not?
\ they,: 1s._11._*_'_..11_.... tM .eara..t4 ._ 19ag.AASwfr.1O.S9ale1much : --"'\Yesterdaywent on Nell her voice: Then came the,''' decorating; and' in Florida East Coast Ry. i
more disturbed ask every case from the simplest to the
body t Jem fpp d.em getting lower "I was going to
ji \ ', cl>a l 4 lilt! :; your advice; for It was onll'. case<< ol most elaborate.and-Intricate symbolic. '.

.<. -ly-dlactrnfble niece; ooked Stlclr.eJHfiO I D4j.t s... Ime Iss dpta Tpef> ,,. In-' ai theft question Today of-mnrder I'dare not! for. It"Is now dlaii design uses one the must truest confess lhceptlv; that xr4 the fundamental ,In, L.OCAL-rIME CARD No., 48. In Effect April II, I9oi.

t' Ion of the wayside .ar....-. And and-,warm"after th.'cold.bareness >'Yoa know somethlnir...'Ndir' 'art principles., There never Is SOVTMBOVNO-. rOWN. ..nIDou.o-aUD UP. ,
) then!|quite suddenly, their, fortir' She $ apartment; and then-she left *t don't 'T.wllll.I.dld, ; But-I sus- any waste of energy.In. "effect' ;" the'design
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the two inento etber. ,always. means a concrete thing '
'pn a sought each other's face, and ; pecf. And I dare! not whisper my sus'ptcton STATIONS.Lv. I .
; I '; y mslo iskb yai..tsir..sakVtoiHTwjf (, even to you, until I have,.felt mj which-: appeals 'to tbe -uuderstnndlujt D.11y. Daffy Pklly..fill DUly.

'- ,Ior.a.1mf1MKet1\ w,Gm' '.. I !. ; | II Wpologl f .! way to a little more knowledge. Now of the Indians for whose ne'the.utensils tti .............,.'......." ............:......Ar.Lr }0 '
e ct trudlarJ, wkktheWyU have-.II tor* will be'content with that and not are. Through these same pottery y 141........... .kaJkeko>TllU..v._...... .
you ............ 1
1t ,.... ..w..siLts/utu.q.e..f. Mk
P toUIIC\r' '. arms stored' away about tbe house want to make me speak' when I would forms and their decoration runs i one : 11.N a. .."..................HM InKL.. ............. .. .. .. I Jflk : CAJtRIKS
Oeol-g* Claris shook his bead In an- p t) No. certainly: not" an- rather be silent" of the strongest chains,binding the old 51 u... K FkUUk.-, : .. . ... ..' 4 4Sk : TTENTION (.
tfli'ecO4 op.j..F.Lu-. .., ,..'.,. .. .. iifi:1
4olonel. In a tone of Indlgch to the Near two tlnajas, TWi 1 L
are 6
,'jnrer.Tb, doli Clifford hesitated. new. me 11 r5CL....... .............r..l'lIk... ................ ...Ar a: .. :
Indeed, was'tb'e chief difficulty' t1 showed.tbat be.scented "Wouldn't. 'you trust IXIff to be silent; or water-Jan. One is many generations .IC. it 7'11 .... ;..-. ....................... .L'. "..:.. .-..-.. ... ,.
(. 'with which the local police, put on Hemmlng's desire to connect his property toot'"*; "*- perhaps"centuries, old; the other perhaps ........ fie L..e.. .. ..*.... ......... ,.......Ar S Mk IIJo BUFFIT.
tlam etUe-by-t 'In their with the outrage. Nell began' to look perplexed, and flee years; and yet In shape and i.5.. j;. YITi tt c rh............. ..... .. ....... ........'" /e5< !ItDIRf ;
+ -presence mrp ......... ..'...... ...Buern.ll.....;.............i.. 4 04k DIRf
: ot.U.mmingethq}.< ndopdetec; "No offense sir said Hemming, per. miserable!,. drawn this way aDd that decoration they are. touch alike, 'andIf aC .. ..............,... D1apo.-.................... I.e kS lIP BUFFITPARLOR J
tire had to contend. ': II1IIIIITeI7ButI''fQ.bouDd..t4..pl8k1t: .-b7 loondtcting 1rolings Llovc and the newer one'wall j properly Atoned"theywonMpass L 5 $1 I' p ..+ ...I..F.. ..,..!.. Ormond...................... .*. BOFFCTSLCErMNCCARS DIRfOTtO
k ; ......... .,......Dkflonk..................... I ITk p r .
.,.. Th4 bullet the.held, bt.> 'Jet, Inquiries, as you know.- ';I'aee'7u'Te duty Clifford> saw how keenfthe'slfBggle \! as.f-th."D1-pit L_ !''' P'-'. ._. ...... .,foTOrtng t.i ....... .....DI. P PARLOR OTtO 1
/ : sot.a trophy the!.wall 'with ,with bet "I e .....:.......yam.... . 1 ik
Ii .its bad evidently been bred from on ontslde ""Was, and like a generous fellow, cut Near the potter.' gossiping P :.I.m1'ra 4 P '. .. .... .
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p...... :. .... .... o. Hili. ...... .. .,. lea PARLORCARS -
fashioned weapon, Ming 'of spears, a long Afghan gun snd- it short for her. ,. neighbor, sits .woman weaving.and r:!w u ., .r..1''... :.....:n..IM........................ 1 14k t p :: '
q'' and of obsolete pattern.-And "Why.that gun would do more harm "All rlgbt'.'Nel1,'.' o\J' shall keep your here cbanze I Is,, eeen 'Thf''. bad.o.. 'r: t \ P ........,..........:..00r06,_,.... ,....... ffNa 0 .
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*! > 'like DOU had been found, In' the to-the man wbo fired It than It wouldto secret Only mind trust I must be the I wool then;'cotton and skins bung. with p r l11 a.I' :.................Jt&a O.llli.y j"""" ....... U Ilk P.P.r C CARS: THE y
anything be fired atr',. W me ; the textile Yucca w bee .................L.lbo"ro.. ... f CARSARK "
rJMlll wAood.llMpl attexVa'dlUeut".Dd ets \ first to know it Will you promise the yucca ,, only 1u .u. '
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search The? theory of the "And there's sn old pistol there too. that. ?" ,.1. "' .'''i was to'the, Indian what the bamboowas o 10' / r ....._............. ... L....... '.."... {0 1111. ARK: : f
May I look at that?" with them I s. P ............ .F'. P.roe., ... ....... m 11 MkJt7k FACT
was that, the bullet bad been "r-ea. oh. ;yes,and I tbankyon. to the Asiatic It gave z.E t ......................_ .._................... | ,
lscb rged from a..pistol at a-distance "Certainly-you can; lf'you'choose." all my heart" .1 1 lK'ecilea"and: thread'and.,. cloth to' use "i: 1p11 I .......................Eden.: . ......... .. .. .. 10 MrID FACTTHAT
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The-detective availed himself the i 41. . J 41k
of from .h. ,
t'atjfleast .ome"jards'but of them' and entered la hundred I ; p ARKOPCRATKB. AND
up a
care sprang .
r The wejKbt. on I lea .....................em.rt......... ..... .. .. ,... 10 eta
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,; ts.t t .. theory.had borne no fruit ex permission and brought Into the room off the crt)'. heart at one,bound. Tbe ways Into the economies of dally life. .t.. s N 5 ,.................Robelo..4............... ., fJ" 114* OPCRATKB.OPCRATKB.BOHKDTJI.Kai : >THAT,
from the place had Inhere .J .41 ..... ............ Weil Jupiter....... .. ... .. .. O M.
they showed

: 'oept the brain the Hcm- where .bung entire which Clifford Near and old women
tft .. of detectiTe, trust by, young girls 4Mc ................w_. Pklm BMh... ......,.. .... ( Sik THATTRAIN
,_Ieet !r. 11tpI 1Qa /JI1" on]the toall of the passage: the Afghan was Just the ,balm her wounded hong over the "meaJJaa-bo"oLatonet ." 4 Ma I" ......... .... Mk) Z.f'
.' Tha'r" been. gun. a short and heavy eamel-ggnLand needed and the bour'the nurse ground the "iE ONa ......_......:..... SOkMk ONTHAIN TRAIN:
:ajtuteperson haj TpTO ifateg '' soul and with tbe rubbing-stone! i ................'.Ft. III' THAIN THAINBUFFIT THAINT
>InihuinundlmldjtarwbTchhe l : took tits TTdt6Tld'7tueltlon. lt was an old allowed her to spend by her lover's.bedRlde. bright red, blue and ,:yellow corn info Iat ... ............. .Boyn/o..4 T 41k TRAINM
_..I1'7'1'htol.' f N .....: ..... .... .. Vise
9,, ease tokeciB. to1 blmself.-and-TTptciriOT 'ObIIOletrpatteTD-- although U was passed almost fine grained.variegated meal upon the N tMa Up r................. T I*.
M....WG" KoC.Uut IaaWIDat04 I\III\ J"J'VOD..U 91 prppgflle/Lt4\ Vit-silence after/this; explanation;:;was metat, and others, mixing It to'a ] ,
Or .
'- of lb. inquest.. Ih the direction of Shin andle with Interest onei' 'ot hspplness and'rellef so deep .paste quickly spread It'la ,thin layers r- : BRANCn LINES.BHAJVOH.

3' ,gle,...d.\\ . "TaJMTany" said the"(colonel', sudden thai she went out to face-the world on'a broad, hot stone, and then- deftly .
.un'O D : oBJuras CITY BBAH oa.Ml .
'WbersworldNelrbo"ia Il7el Loan duck,. his bead'ai' .*%e dteteclvsJield and .her uncle's suspicion with fresh picking It up rolled or folded It Into

'weapon with wlleK, dm1 ltL..h.. | .It Dp and put his; baiuLor:.. tbe courage many-hued bundles\ .,of peekee (nuttnu), 1 Dull 1 BMIr Dell Del Nk.4

.. rlm. which freed her from'her fear trlggsfc at'rioaded.r- \ Clifford's wound had proved more or "paper? breVdj So tbe day wow Wiy e..,.......Tltontll*..........Arim lit -
':'at Jot Stlckejs as at '"!be...hooM! ocean "I. think not._ answerpd.quietly ( emmdpg. serious than was at first,supposed. o.n. and when tbe sun.bad, melted hit a ....-..., ....'..... ? p t p 10 Ni Ve..X. SmTn>k..A 1/ hO e
i)J : .. and ms L.T.O>'.........,ArltI S* kLv $ atlaLv.lak.ll an.Ar1i< '
J A : : of Inflammation p / 0Np/
.,:old, aa1 f JSiiD rl tb. Wa' There risk -
4t ; was way into the mesas In the westflood ......... .( rprlkk..........Aril SO k 51 ,, I1 el | Olty.Ar 1! / I N p 5
hotus).;sfidip*>bab" .In ....lace >sithwhkk 'And he OiIed'tIie.trlggerthre.s. or the doctors ordered that-he was tb Ing all the valley with a golden glory Ar..1e.fnrd..Lvi1Na> it U aILT.Oraag.__ -J..L.1it4 isr

+,she an bsbltue of. the house four times without. f ffect Xhe: t' colonel kept very quiet When therefore, that b.rr..t. the horizon: by long lines.o. .
", .was :Well,, acquainted., tbe old e lpqwoa" el, Jumped up.. *. U '=fyL ' .: same evening.Hemming called at the blua and purple cliffs, up the troll.. >e., a:r udy Daily'Dal( ? XATPOBT- BBAHOH.:. San. ,
Jbe'sure tortesofsoldiering |.oaijejM4vr. im: | "Wb)," cried bf, :l 0A4ttd.m7'eJ' Inn and a.ked to see Mr. .King,- l>e I tween great towering.musses of rocks., Onair
i ,Ihe other day] t was shdwlng the'ladles would have been denied altogether II : 00 p lea' 9 p'' Mr.iSSSk /*.Jk k.onTl1l. .*ArLr .., ., T4kt
;; diya-an.Jlnepictlon'! came the women front' tile springs at 1 ois a ;; p .So. j> k.aelil..Lv. .. (Tk i}? !!! '1 Iy }.
fit wkleb Hegtfptng telt way very 1i e.. bow'Itrwaiusedupd'T'knoli'IIfore'I1putlttjba\ Clifford himself had not'heard the Inquiry the,base of the mesa, each ,: Ith graceful I 1, *O N il p 0 Mk tr...Pablo Beach. .,,,L* .,,a., T <* k pp
Ipado4 : ,' the voice p eM 'I{ 011sLv..AtlanUea.aeb.L, .,.,.,., tee 11 4tk Ir'y '
k".b ;
1) tq"givi r( tfeciaevpptJt ) Its.. ,and recognising' I
*b\D\ >>wcW" Insisted .carriage'poising; upon her.beal'anolla ; A laa ,t ueAr..Myport, ,, .......Lv.. .... /Na 11 Mk stTkk
was, 'usual. Miss oltal J on seeing the detective. "
; ,w 0opeD. 'd or tlnaja. of water for her bouse- R
a{ .... the door to him. Her prim face "Ah," said IIemminng,' more jlryly "{Yel and what 'do you:want wltb hold's comfort: 'Then'the still -blur ** Tim ItbU chew tbe times kt wblab trkln mkT be .XM t.4 to army kkd d.p.rt
from the keverea t their krrlTe.1 or depkitur*kt u e Umee sated U not cukrknl .4.
seemed--" on seeing who:It than.ever.."lfs been_usea"tnce..then.'; me?" asked Clifford.! with Interest MHeinnilng night;, bung' with great'' calm; golden rior dm Oompkay bold IteeK rwpoa.Ibl. for any 4.1e7 or knj oBkkqaene knein g Uier-

".<:' -. ,*- sir. WJU you abow me the bullets yonbnve'by was ,shown Into his tiny. stars came softly down, or the moon.lal'89' :'
r '".Gauls In., do come In." sold 'she, yoot'I want to compare them room., and full witched .the-world W roKEY :
i ''r, ttlt.t keg' the doof' >wide open 'and In- .\lth one at the Ktroan p0Uce statton.* "". "Well, ,sir. I.hear :yotfve seen Miss L fairyland.,, WEST AND HAVANA. I

him te 'betdfty11a r: 'i'VIo'.p.p O'M' Claris since the'. Dquest.". was ,PCNSULAR ,AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. ;;:
s, .i...J, IIQpeV\b T. to I"'g..s PSyn cit' u"p" k\\ dOIl'Han: tames "V tective's abrupt opening."Yc 1 Ho".Way I. Study at.... U Effect April $$6, 1903. ;11lOUT" ;
fjsms7fdF" >iUL Do you know I hope .1.tdrt'to i11 Ned tosome ..' 'Well?' '"* It)* *Ity, dwellerlonging 'for thetime .

r '. manyrom'what you will find out than ,purposeI'm, afraid I,do, sir. I '"well, err things loot: about as black when he can exchange l heated iaUNO: ; IOU.1t I

'fromll.these' country policemen I"Ifmajtg y a J.'Yt.M ,' for her:, as they, 'tell! ,,can."".. '' : i )pavements for the'yielding turf of"the L"ml..Tla.r..p.' s <*.\>v k At nvitavensMony K., West Mu:.., Mnee.a..o... ":::::::::: /lOpgir... ' .,j' ,]
I Xhd. be:' 'the.young' man a meadow, a'dainty "lectl l1' or' ..., ....,. 1 01'1 _
\ .1Dl mld.ulI1, carves Le We.t .
,6q { > gave ? p Key Ta ,,. / _
tiler',dtbiuIve flould bet aiy;; fAri! /sbn4as11Ie1l' -b rndcJ'cJ' fV' shrewd'.look'as !/'he,; pronounced thisstatement comb. honey at hit..tea table'and thinks 1 .' ...... ....., T o kTor AP"I.. ... ....a.."...:::::;: ::::::.:, to' t' ";'...:

} to finding out who did i if than t,rned.tplhe Blue Won they were met ''Cltfford'said' nothing' and "If-..te ever get out. on 'farm; one ol( or oi Lock Tim* Card or other informa" Uon address kny Aunt: .wt 'i 1(.
:l they re now" lfW* rse who was attending' Clif Hemming went on"I 'tbe1 first things that I buy, will be a ' 1" iJ

r; : bdeteetlye.! smiled., .. __ ford.._She said her patient was so anxious ..:."| J1 wlngi'bo"' "'V yon' were were' a hive ''of bees." Little does be,realli* I \ # ,\ (

o- i' ;}."J thInk )'ou.n too bard upon; them, to."see Miss ,Claris' that rsbe )had friend of tbe young lady sir, I though that. In all probability could keep s .
ta.'a a"yelp, pEl' iTBeylib1khty'ye'got'Jl.pretti been ebltgedtFeldetrfliUt'Ito I '' good clue already. And perml"IOI R.Waf downright, certain who'' was at. the Tile 'observation'' hire, with Its glass '
"9 f 1 )J., .
','. they_1:1h:3 11'i.: '! "nf.fI; 11 4-\Io ,f? }... f ?? "T.r 4fsherefused. ii&ftom bOtbT'01 b'c'murder' i.and <.therobbery sides, ' for 'him'to lay* v
;:' !t'before Alba many l tTc"WN days'D-unq..DI1VW1'U.are....." _over.': '"'::,"' ...r f-: '>;BtI Hvcb. : to.' i6 Mf,o1 p. -rirt ;,t' fche: cb.InJof;,and proof I'm only a little waiting*stronger to make before the. foundatiohs by}ltudJh1 of .the commercial life history beekeeping pit- ..... .. ...... ./:' :; the ; := w ash ven, DIO rolueteat to pee making an, arrest" A and hablts.of the bee Such a blve'can 1

:1 /. .- t'Up a.a4.l'e. 1 ; W q Abe hergeltt(hd bMf$ to ygi te % "0fwhomv, " It be placed! in an ordinary bedroom ; .e, !, 1:;..
kaf .hospitable a : perdrdtslon I to'' needed \ "I leave you to''guee'slr, : I may tell with Absolutely no 'diTngnrtr!' to window We Do Job '

!.. little half a dozen farnestmesssges' to peruadei on II've''tound'the'platol".tCllffoldcarted"ae4'tbe; < occupants of'the' house; ; .. Printing' L'I: : / M i.1
9''.: "',' say that., W1p4a< i '. ** to'go to'ths:sick man's room: ; buUet.'flts!. It exact- It may seem! commercial bee culture -Is!I '. t

k-de you Y' Clifford*who-wa.Jy"lnJUp jhe:JlttleBTtol . '.. 1 I "J; \ ,;actually practice( : !,la} .some of tbe.larg- .'q' .., .. .- tft ..t'itltilldS .. iJ

TIM thi' .e!Jfor6S( .as.L.-t'T flft ourc q..i > |bonj2iwhlshdftad/ nzlf)en up .I'"Do yon want to put,any more quo- est.cities of.the country ,Sevcrht' ex* ; : ,,1' 1 ". ';"""c -, "'I''"'

;Aadw, .llt nedo/nggace/ !' :the to him,.gavea |lou, sigh of.relief when lions tol3Ilsa,Claris rvasked' Clifford. tensive' aplarlej hare' beenmaintained tt4,1L) K"( ;; ,

,: ,{ r, asoo ; aJut percelrcd! by fhe! ei-: he taw'JTelL 'She was"i'ey' ).le;'and imperturbably,.. ..c', .. upon the tops of building's In NeiiOTork $ !:I; 'rr : ,; 1 j : )

r.pres. .,fals.;.face-,s'owetMnf.hadifrtled.Wm /: the'expression. tt;bet''[ace::wacfnll; of '-, "Well tbe young ladyaseemed: so UD'1UIng"'nut ond elewbeN.-COuntr.Llfe. in-Amer. J : ; tI

4 + ,, ,,. fl'u _' , sadness and terror,- .' of''course\ ''If "thins lea, ..; '.M. rt'q'r '',. ..Uf"'- i

; !"Wbat{)l !he.\ matter?" .she :pried, '"Sit doW-a ,here. Nell' 'bpsldo; n: e> the wou14d"t"mhid.-arter'III1t': only : .....-.' : :We3Can :
raw' or c. :ltn. :i'
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., 'Quickly.! .psetbeseAollze" said'be,'fii tweak' ,y6l,,'.rflalively :I : Please71 y'ou: :
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; "I qup! have'mpde! why jrou ' that Iiontnotgoing ? ,. fi smallest egg) ',For Instanee'tbejakdaw' : '
nerfsnsv'lifce rest of them; to-die.: Js .tbAt' what you ore t Tobebouittaaed.. ., !
.f .. ," ... "] ,and ''the! cuckoo .nro1 shout i '"
afraid'of: ?" : : ::1'
be.'Iobklnitdown dear .
Answered ; at
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kic'-' equal lnrslze yt ,the JackdaWs .
tsar; 4 Urusblng srefolly; with Nell shook beC"head, and tried (tto i A WUMketa rr. I. egg Uleull ayIoioE3 .
Is. .&rta*;ftT80 or i|t,,times Isrgerrtimu < art 164 y'
1 fancied,'.....some* smfle, as she took'hig hand.:.A hoarse, i There Is'ad/'i'n. tli.'Fo\Jrtb' \ Wart) ". :r'I t.I, ''1 r'
at thef window.* rattling sound-canie fromjtefllp .yut Jwbo plays the piano l 'not froin cusN1 tb i cuckoo's.Tbeactthat' the cuckoc. l . ./1 tf. '0 yryt
.Jfi' is wont,to deposit Its,eggs I In the Deist t. ,. it
earloaal7rQafwbe ; r "tine his for .. Ili
at hlmj no &rtlcryJ..tewercJ. /r kei4 i pr: but muslcalporposes.ijUInaeapol -' '. '
of,birds much smaller: .than Itsel .
: 5 { 'rMt oylacAIfa111t1dWfdtttrn! .. ( Pat1.>>>Wr.t.;I i. ) JournaL, doubtless very In measure} explain; tali.' .; ..' ',.. 1
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.= __ ' h ,- a..illw.T.e.! oarth .McCarthy '"""
'..,. ... 'IP" r. ". '" : bad tbcp wntp flrt Irate. . the ball yor ;;Viftcl/wotfa'ttTe been

IN BASEBALL tbe proP.t'rttbln. to'XIo.. .
fc 'Judi: bet-l11U tlneV thaf eterVbdflJwould + +'.R '. '
D & '' Florida ,:
'tbm* -th'ar'Wfli ttio'prwmtnliij'to yt

Some Ca..ofQulckThlaklasr'b7 : jJ O"" answered., McCarthy "Tom1 ,' '' -t S ,., ..,...... i1f'

i Vetl.Knownhiayen >. Brown am a good I knew.jKas.wll.aware thrower and he would that,utop., I. : ;L.Q.C'\L.; ,; "T '::1; M.tJ3'' "TB' ,L.; E.

of the National 'after turning ,bIrd;! to".see Jt I. nas . ..' EFFECTIVE JUNE' :a8; 9D3. . '

Oame. locking It'honte." Anilyou. I figured'' ... iQ .
t Weft .vl'/L.. I.'f' ,.IUM .iJP;
t. r out, would run past: first with the .
2CAIXS count In baseball a* 'of getting to'second 'wbllo the half."., .;:...- -

:Lmuch BiJ hey do Jn' any-t on Its way to tbe.|>Ute. /l yon l>y'do- Iii jB 50': 1'ft: ." ..8TATIO: !!C. f

ztf/tfsfn B thing f'1II'Ie.' 'l' who Jug Just exactly what nobody, expected. '" '. , .. ..1 .. .. .11II ,, ., tr ,k
i cnn take In the whole ait-i me to' do.**' P.f j., ,,, ._ . P : 8;X

uatlon at a glance and stt 1 kr--' 4 IIC)1. 45,11 50 LY .1..::........}..t-.... Manes iKathleen;".i'/Jh..tUbptw 11Y
A w.. Cfwktac Vtonll woman 11I q*"constrlited! .such a coeet ...... the same instant suit his, But Doyle-'declared that McCarthy "e4a..J,151 ,' ."."''a.......... .. ,a <........ ';.... L'f .. .
10 ..... 11 .. .. . ..
Ainong-tbe-JateU labor savers for the .r..her'fll..W! little ac \40. liU'thought .will. win game* bad taken an unfair advantage ot Llm.' 1:.,_.. M 4'":'r PtlMyarot.. 'j'l'n" /crity' t1":; '" .
kitchen la the 'atCnt mpre expensfv 180 SOIII .. .. ...... .. .......VIl.dll1a..I.. .It
new wire lining and 1 the Jielp offfltarpent, r..a. llght.\; .wberWran equally good: player who and the relations: between the two 1167; :iI' 11 ,'r.l". 'I. .10
*or the saucepan,, shown herewith.' mO"ftlJl1Pivott'meWdr ;,"ltJJ: top> and does ftot,think 1; will. lose tb m, never' got b k'to. tbo, old' friendly. 718 S 1 '" '.. ....r...'..""},......r..,rrotdele.4-i..aiW.w.. ", 8N
This .handy little deVle la used for floor,'mad-' .e6rn'e UfcrelU. an'stance wb ads footing. 7 'h'. I07 .1............ ......w... .. Arabt 1//..JJ.Y.,1tW... ii.Y-Y .... III"
steaming and at into tb Y .... 'a ,... I ..;u ,.,.....;. J.... .', Woftll.-'!.. 14
does cooking ngeuble..lul; of any.'roo* tffwber n It, m'be ri4 .alokji IJBiTall ,the annals of: 1\11 allarlth .,. A&son was 'qulc"'thlokel'' on' the a I 18 I ..1..i.............:. ..A'hbara..;, ......I'r*'..w.....iH'11' *. .011 ,
.<< away; with all the Inconveniences .quires.:};' Besides tain* 'movable,;, thla a \D ball field but once lie released the beat .1Il as II '0 .rfrr.J.' '.. .,.T Tifton J ...... .....,......._ ", 710'
(and 'possibly acaldlngs) of straining has 1"Jh'\ t.mCt' clanatladas' second baseman that ever wore a.suit III 41 aal-.t.r. ......... '...... LeaoJ.t': ..,.. ..... .. IIJ III 70t
the vegetables Besides It 'cooks tho tbe'addedAdvantage. oJaot'IUaruwaft' ; .$ !li"'b than' 1.7 "43i $44 / ,........';..........'........". ....'....... ..i .........t 19<1 1I01 p
ring/the "c e p they tor thinking a little bit' quicker. ,9431' 4 aai .a f491 ....r.t.',r. .... ;:: .. 4e1__ ....jf.-- o..H J1 116 .U'
. werit up TnyVVIlm: g ogl, Ohio, Ko play anybody' else on the nine .I'IO' 460 lab ...'........, ....... ...J'i eanpID. + .. 11' 11 1.0 t
.mowaa._ oil. .... ., .', """ \", an'eh: : ; on'name. We 1V11 mgtoq T&le. second baseman In,question was"Bad'Blll" 1010 aoa .eu,."....,..''......;!.. .Vald*" i"....:'3.rtJ"i! >"..> 'ii 1I1 coo'
ii : 4 vntaLna4. P.M. a10 "S Lr..H.. .. ..... V.Ido.tatlf,1.r1t.i N u It G LIIL'
e t team wan p emir 0 ma .Egan. Everybody' who re- 547 I1 ..,........,.........t,...)H.'low.o.: .,,..., ...,;.,,;,.,t.L'f I
tJ fats tor teat player Tt'PwJlmlo& erwas members "Bad BUI" will admit his "839 110 ,a ; .....:.;.. ..";..'....,.'%. Pafgb''I: ; : ( I'
J ,t ijpNff114/G a young chap named David liD; supremacy: on the' aceoud beg! When 706 111 ,.. ............... .* .tl a.ster A > ,.> !uu.\.W, .!!.._" 111 4
& 1 i and,-Wllmlngton-second baseman PJe7v'if-c: le'tirat'il came upTthere T 381113 .;: .... .. .. .. .' 1".J..VutJ.r ..... .*....,,,,... .....*- ., '0' .-
7441 '.1:1: ......:... .tot.::..,.I riiwford .'..u.F.o ...J ..., 'a
was a college boy named Lynne: Smith: was a base runner on' second Chicago III III Ar ......"" .;..:............Jaot.orill1. .......:.....J.\I>.. ". ,
... It was young Smith who turned out, to was one run to+he good'" and It wen in ,-.A.:...._1-)1..01 I ..,, .. .,... _.,fa.iw4. tI . i .A.X. r..X. ,
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: .be/the hero .of the moat sensational the last baIt of the ninth timing. A tt )I." .'. |A-M. .1If.
.. "'' {, 'dI f'IDta4... natl ame. Dailies was, playing third'' Uasn ,forChicago. ,I 61 41e.v..r'. ./..;....,:..:,....?.T.ldo t& .... ...f.... ;.,... ..*"> 10 M 1.10''
1 'all; paper may be nicely'cletnned; byrubbing 'The Bed d'tpwnIn The at bat sharp 642 5lli' .... ,i .,..... .. ..., .Lak.P.rk.,,' ...-.,..... 10 '1110"
It with soft .wen :; man bit; a a 117 I 38 !'.....,.....,...,,...... .,.Jeanl. ..Jolt..... ...h '''ot ..,..t Ito A41007I21 '
tbo part of I rye the full flush of .uCCC rmf ed liner down to second. "Bad Bill" I 98 ...,.;....n........ .: .Jasper ". .... .,...'b.. .I' a ai. ;
I i I '-;' bread. to have a' lot of sport with al started for -it and at'tbe'same instant 6 4'. '0'.h.\ White prlnmt ..i.....t4..f.......,... .1 IDS I
,) Soda la an excellent article for clean. player Tbe lied won the.nd. the, man 'on second, started for third 7 >>500 .i ......,....prst..Lke City.a. /) ',
eta 169: ...... .. ...:... "
; .., ala 7M
( Ing tinware. Apply' :with a damp cloth\ went to...but." Young; Reem. tb.. 11mington base. ,II.... j.4-_ S' .87.810 ........ ....,},,.\;..... .Sampson UtJ..l'.i.p-Olt)'...... ....r.t..o........ .',..'" 760'198
i -' f and rub dry, pitcher; was a flrt-cla*. a. The liner was -clipper. and"the ball 960! 530' J,1..Jai.w/aw.liamptoa1..iiiJt.4r.i. j ... '"'I 11.7 II
'; eiacgrlt 'drop" twoj"of vanlfaflayorlnd tenr.jbut naturally he'was badl, t- struck "Bad Bill's" bands and bounded 819 5or .,..,u..t.tit. I '1''' ,
wins : ;
A LI1QKG rOB TBregetables t'A or .... .....,. .. .. .... .
911 I "
.di : t1oft""m. .,48ch .;....... 94t ..
; I! added "to a' pot ;of 'choc la te'' greatly.. . tied at the Idea of facing the: bestIn ID out. It struck the ground ten feet 101 101-) ....:...,..,.:.....,...)yl'aI'"k.; ... I...........;.,.. .'......' 1110 : a
perfectly: wllboVt; smaahlugbreaking. 'Improves ,its flavor, ,.. the'National Leagueand to he a W87 wlh'"Bill" rlght'atter' It Once .1.H. Pi ..' . P.u. ..
; or .' 2 \ i ijrsf few minutes his work was p ., be got his' ban j., on It and without sJ. -.
A iA' Jar of Umii l on the pantry.helt or dule of the AII>Year>R.und "Dlxla .,,)..." Sleepers. 't
" ;;This new lining has a strongly 'made the The first two of the.Reds who nt ,topping. to look where be was throw '
on cellar floor will keep the room -
: uucepau top ,witbv complete the to'bat bit base hits. The third n log "BUI" let the ball fly to third base. ? Mf>m GI' ;.i.L"Jaekw.vllU. ; G.. II.'F... nY,.>;... :..Ar aso .m: -
f bottom part. Is. formed. of .:win lattlo- dry. and the air/ pure. ,, _ got a baM on balls and, every'' ;ou Holt ball player,' after, funibllnd 11 15 urn .. .,. !1I.?......:+.ValdCMta.. "" 'd7 ..."',..iHI.d.". ..otaI.' t
Too'rapIdTBollIng ruins"tbe flavor"oi ... .:;. Tifton. .
Ing and fits the while the Cincinnati nine began to In the 1 ball would hare toalt'dlt to 'the 17llao."it. I' "'''{'U1f.M ae0stp .
saucepan a lip : 1 am "'ls.y',,".Oord.l.j r" ........ ..,. I41sm
Or edKO'at the top of the wire prevents nnyt sauce. It mush boll-up, at.once, broadly at the, taIL ahead., Al the pitcher-or thrown It' home., If. after 8 40 an .lr.... "w....i.H eosi I u' .......LU.L :. .IS.I .
I' Waste of heat mill keep the lining 'bqt Should-never do-more than simmer bases .were full and there'.was n y looking around, they *nw,'tliet the bas 7'Sam......... .,......Atlanta, ,C: of G. nY' ... ....... .. .oopm
i tar afterward. '' too pm .... .:.:.: i.bat& .8T.r.'nY-;:....;.. goo
place. out. It".AI. huge' 'IDftp-a r ar runner had started to try'to'Score. ; I 8 55 pm1140pm ":........ '...NaahvUl., t t' ". 11..4.J.: .." t11o its ,
"..i It Is, .made,,]to tlir Mj ..slips, .t(jOt, the It In cooking too much salt ha..been picnic. ",* r In' this 'case the ''bftse runner -aftei .. :u'1la.- "h' , .......-j. ..... 545am.1080nra .
+ different size of saucepans.r' put Into an rtlttbe''! amount pf Then old "Bug": holiday: the fjjirth touching third went'on- for twenty 7 08 am .r.i.t.; ..........KG Louis; ILL.'CENT. 1Glt :..:_..,... "

. """", .. -* brown sugar put.Into.. It will. counteract. man on the batting: listosarthe, feet and then stopped for an instant tsea' I' "l>Isle Flrcr"' It 10..114 train with through ooaobw and Parlor sl.oi>.rs twtwMB M*.
..jf.'A vn:k.. HfemriB* I..e th.& fell'ect.,1. It' ''picked up his'Club' 'and. saunter rap what bad become of the ball W BOB and Jaoluonvllto, and _rrl..' Iallmaa buffet drawing room' IIper'
'." :' For anything which. Is o generaladnilriM'aa'U'tbe \ \ To remove paint or varolsb% ,marks on to the plate blood In his eye, ,Tb It saw It coming. straight as- ache for .non Kashvllle and Jwk.onvtli..nrouta, Martin and Cairo. ,toted. ,,from pt." Louis. Mo., Tla ,Atlanta. ? Chattanooga..,.. t

;. tfdogingFSCat/ one glass rub 11th a little warn) vinegar ball young Reese pitched "B C" i ck third bane and went back there llk. .' "Qnlok llte: $'" I* solid tram between IltaooaandPalatka, and oarrle through,ooio ;.
finds! it urprl lnr that so few of then or wltli-, the ,edge, of a copper ,coin at. What Is more. he bit It and ent flash.,, But the:ball, beat'him.:. by: tea"DM. oa aoAJaaksoavllla -, :;; .;\;,'
: are lnju cThe1 cost1' uo'doubt la "tbcause. dipped In water f > the ball flylngj'stra1ghl'ove"r *. d feet ,Unfortunately for tbe' game and Round White 8pr16a.Trip 7 lokrtt. Ha.: now" "on sate to"' summer' TottrUk" points- sad 'to .Atlantic- -. > Beach"and .:,- ,

., Oqe may find pleitty of seatsbuilt' Sal! and. vinegar wIll remove, Elba base-a' hit that Under -most cl m. also forBad BUI" Dablen,had takes ,WIL.UAM Cu&VZLlr5NAW,Tie Froldcat. Macon Oa.. .
,_' for two Just 'comfortable; If 'worst ,spots of'veraigris on' brass oropper. stone 'wouHlhave''li t d'sood. a It for granted'(that Egan '", uld throw/ O. B.n..nalt. O aeral. Vansenirer Agent. Mao9a''t)..' c' ;
: not ns novel ai>this clever thing In Wash-off with and I, couple of bases, the ball''to the home plate aDd' was .U.nArrrsaT V. V. A', Jacksonville,.Flu.7

wicker.; This; 'one; measures lIOTe .t,. And polish with a whiling soap wet water"'.'with. > Tb.;minute'the: 'ball left/'Bug'i; ;bat not looking for it to be thrown to: him, .... Lass A. BeLL, Atlifnta' Oa.A .. ? . '. .
all iuchea' In length and thirty-four all three of the men bases s ed Consequently the ball went 'by. him -! raise' oiaer.'ltbout "
.alcohol.An ,BAREXHE! APED NUISANCE.Ha! ,. on the'gtbet', you cannot ,the,: : ,
Inches Jn de) tb. It la fitted with rope ,of their the ,within Inches of, <
, ; for .thetop ; speed tot Jxt going fours i hi* no* othtr.
and hooks and la very attractive for effective centrepiece1 a table Is base. But they reckoned without fhelr and striking. the grand, stand far ,be' A'l.n.ra JrM..t .......... *,J&efttI ,Jowertng the ; __ llfc( ',.
4 roomy ball, a den 'or a broad porch, an electric'lamp placed on a mirror. host hind. I ,r'J la. ;jgt.vat.r.: When we look on, the world'aa'own .....

It Is prettiest 'Wblob'IItIIlnllc1 a 'sofflj- ''I with a globe reflecting Young Lynne Smlth/Beccnd! baa 'nan! The result waa that both,bate runners There ill a great deal of savage, plum'we are'almost' lure,to I4 I

deep f'tirest green,. though;;a. coat of, 'I'the the drsfctt varied colors of the. .glass. used. In- for Wilmington, dill::equal t< gthe got ately home: before' Dahled though dlscreettriticlam, J from them} that we-bare,'" eaten It..too'greeii..IlfWgHornT' .
red 'uakeji.:Jt a tellfng'ipot wbcn theihoueo of the shade emergency; ,'lie. Jum)V of atone A good,way to purify the lrof. a sickroom their bata I In the elevator ftt 1
J ttl gray or .itrnyv stone. : inta.tbe, air and' uadeVa.des tetUDge' the game was lost to Chicago.
and weathered shingles, Natural In rainy 'wcalhe'r'W ''to pout-.. t'tbe' ball wldtJUaJIrlght nd. .An son wu'Car.loulIand: Immediately i 'public buildings when ladles ore iu or A'ta. .gl.i N Dsrkaaa. ,I

Wicker jgojpr Is never out of the,way( little oil 'of lavender Into a 1'11lAIf'ateamlng'l hall stuck tfndMWhen.he' Jlitne after the'' game gave '"Bad Bill" 'his inter the cars. The deep sea Is dreglbti' ot darkness .
and 'it I ; ,is cheaper and more' lasting. hot water; This wif11' 'also down' Smit1i' Ilt with both feet thirty release for making that, throw. As a I' Some months.!ago; the' Washington aa well aa of low temperature, for till,.}

RldcW'lt scrub beatftlfully\ TUoeo purify dining rooms, and %balls' of' *dlsa-. on.the'secondpag. JTbat. puf tw eDobttbe' matter of fact. It wo the best possible Tost: took up this question the-J4allonal ; direct.rays'of .the mn"' are wholljr> st>.
Who ifrc! fond of a hammock, brit' ob- tet'ablecooklllg odors. *_ batter arU .the; base"But r per play under the circumstance', pad capital and the letters .It re- orbed In'' passing through;the :suiflclsl ....

,ect. lo 'gettlug'so mlxed. mi -tliat -a Wlfldow,- ,wedges/ are wprt b.much'and: who !tad lust afar toi: hltd. Jt': Dablen rather than "Bad Bill'. wa to celved-jfronvinen and women both aV4uost 'layers of:water.'' Plant-life.>in 1.
dignified down-coming Is 'Impoa llle. cost' little.. "No bedroom window'hc.uJ4 I young Smltb ras not ret' tls- blame for,It not coming out aa planned. 'unanimously eondeniped'tbe priu-; consequence quite !absent, over.plnetythree. -

thud thel &-haElluK seat especially! tot : :without. rte wedges, for .by! ,' fled v Without,-the beslTatlon of a 07 If "Dal bad .thought,as quickly ah lice, and today that, city; enjoys substantial .pe>:,.. Dt.Clf the l,bottom,;ot: "-Jxycean
v I, k > ltt. +,- < .. .J. f meat-wbleh.woug} v yb p 2..ta: I- "BI the game might have been *et- relief through general Ignoring : ,.;or .alxty-sbt: ; percent of;.

< .he,:fltarted:: on th@, base jTaniir.onaKBlsted; caught; .and equally aec<1. a reformation... abundant deep-sea fauna"hch"the \ ctH'
touched out the 'tmse'ruaner Wlio"tia | followed1Wpubtic floor of; the ocean, Is.therefot: ,
started 'from'''' first tf second! '.,,ben ChrAbont; .'. Sim; conveyances of'any'other! lnd. )Ju tlmateljr: dependent:for-food'Upon,'.4Udnlc

"Btade' hte filt "tl6: Mrnlone-and 11".mh'fol'a-9f." ; )J\I.W era. steam 'and- trolley core In'b sacs and matter ssilrailated by plantar*
? 0 1 D, "ai Fityh v r-7 i f'F without assistance of any kind young/ bapa. be kOnhide tmeen'i bt'auflf-t'and }earrid ee"men--retain-"table bata..on Its..surface Jothe-'shallower'' "

Smith made a record which Isjpnlquo attractive than any. other) feature of thelr'Jieads' when In transit., -They da near the east Miles***! ea t.l

11 among ball players. f the human' (eonirtf'..!*.. finding them 'this 'evern when'': escorting family of the dry land tteetiV It the* I

That )le-p'la7. seemed. to take oil Into two great classes, light and dark. friends or. aweethearta There J S.; ijo lbatattiw; 'peesnt'Uw e,'>cn:.";

.the starch out of?be J eda. ,Jt also bad It Jias been\ sald.. hat tbe.xlark Indicate rule ot sane logic; by.which' obligation thewbole floor,cf) ,,} post.
( j jI tile effect of steadylarr'down the .W1I- power' the light delicacy.} ,BJaiJe<<;) ,-e;'II. should bo put upon,busy men in public mingled In.tbe,depoBm the s- -
I niirfRrton/team: 'gl lnj;. them sufH so called for they are really, of so deep elevot' doff: their: hllt."Jri'onetime : organisms which bad lived under ,
an'orange that thef'hppherblack; : contrasted and three motions" ,fashion..*very '
cteut!hlrve".nd'cbunge tq play to the ly different physical conditions, .
i5 k best fcf'ijthebWlity.'\ \* if 'f"j 5Iteese with the' white surrtAn/dlng' .time a >migratory ;woman enter'the 'the remains 'of orgablms njrMcHmolned' '
them-*W i tropJcol.t''>SomeUmeJ/they In of mututFaequaiutenceptbefrgsnmaybe .
the scrub pit sbel a ck Out a car. case fin' ''tropical sunlight ;*JaV-,'
I'r ail, ,44 1 Y t tC lot:Of-th.Reds'best batters,and j at seemdull' and lupgl: nf but the forcesthey ) I ) expected.; to uncover. water at'a' temperatttre of eighty'j

the end of the game.the -famous players betoken tarp ,!sly'' I kjumberlngj' so tvhlle salutingalady, laths elevator: : '.gre8.Fahrenheit' all their Mvea,,)*)
_ from Cincinnati had to'go home that anychoice.,sp'nrlc may'set them- i otherwise sens*,r andjcomfort| dq- liebmledltktbe"ssmedeWwitr'Qsea \ '' > J
with of ablaze; With siicli'{ 'f eyes 1" the InfMteet Land the abolition of the.Xincoverlng 'J-
a score four to two against .floor together with Jthe rei .
them | wIll/ :It Is,- I of courser to" that *;'ten>- oj([ ne'ats(.., medrl'Ml"dmt-' lives and at a,,tanf
easy say la darknesa
... .... .. ..... . It I. t'good ".
:' r : t1g"Emttb"T'Wvnderft1t"" ateb"wasnlfU perate. region\ : Qtiler tellectuyylu4l.eaUoni ; lug 'f uuersW. tlWere.'SoR ,near tot: the-freezing, point 4dI'
qq"J 11ke"FefbspCltlval'AdmltngvthatreadeadmltUatg ;, ehg. equal, wbaj,, tiey\ msyl fpr business, roea tn: discourage/ water. 'VbemarlnprdepoeUl .
.+.fettker;that 'lack< In lt6_\vel'and', passlo .:t ify/ "wlllmake' the bareheaded, nuieaneq.1q igbAc. 1P.4'0 :,forming over, be floor ok'th4i,
'i Up d' 1I flHt{ dnd "'litfltt\.. tort, 1 I,.. ''
.,c oml.Q d own squp.e4y omecood sent mah tntcrestlnir pecu
J -i.----:i.a . Id1afltkYliodiJfeilfw" :: +fIIlecei tot Haxel' eyt'i"phoetendtd .b' a 'd' tbe. Any one who has witnessed tbewtlgr ipt'drng'td'\ 'tbelt'' gagrdbathmelrlcaf'poaltlba .
Rood luck. It must still b *aumfted! power of:-j ntli r-p.r-Tp1.' _-J.y''__;ir'f; ,TH8),)tlike .. .ling ''and'twisting'of' mr-elevatofVcaif .' "t""'!;
if took quick 1 "D4.thrn orbs; though fre uenyyi 1 fjacjptitIng \\ :full of, men to adjust tlielr'l': >ooks.t'ph'pers .. '.,. . ."'ta.-,:, {"

t fJ 3 lent than hlh, btat l.. Irtryck: the are danxer Uf...forthey nreaslgru'of i : ;,umbrrtlas'otc1gRd: : get ,flbowJroom ,- ':'1'.1... 0'.......'t..,. ':,Ii'

grtltlf d. tb start after thiftantaer C* m"nttIt"fd. coquetry and .1* **Jtr :'TWeJ-es of_ with which'! ; t4tprpOir, theirbatsrbeu . The"'otters'are' most',.en
art ,' il81tead"'of' tbro'Wmlr00' ball "to genius ore said.tobe, ocrvaryia tints. .? ,,Boma /gmaJBttJers.'lbe tar! can
I'J like the sea sometime *' bljit) tlnxed1' appreciate how great wlff.1Ht the relief 'malll;'and repleco'tb.etry
IS51AB nt ri itx: l tr t -- J I NA .I er'rIl' Allfslofl,,,r'Jeo: pIa s .wltU'greea'or'orange1In' \ f certain''Agnts' whn the custom-shall have been,abolfshed. of ,tbe beaver by. ,an.'.

I tbeU dl Ore AltiyrbeNeatteil gdntfyl ;i ;tai ofUttllne.1, ;'''' may= be p t't.'I\.ofl'tt'd." f"/ ,tal r.-ro. I or when.effected by-emotion/'>deep and ." '. .* .ealatyr which/ .nothing,can.'t.recenf

,1 to and frIA.JjhL4djltlde/lloitfal. : wOttorrpytlilg\ita; atfiflt 0 bcdlSd i .1'bL U q. o<;*I"Blt ot'q< Ick almost dark .These arc but few of the .:Thefe Iti reany-no;'' chivalry! In aqch aVe record,OfV- }) ...,In
. be sleepTall.Wo' Infinite varieties In tint. It. should mpalgWy:act.' It Is' 'tio-'bt.. ; ) >.J.1ow ,'terf' R't .
I, .rvtuD'4;';,;;t. t:>lno { 1ndl.turb ciboiiuat..I'' oi baseball htnlfJJi' JaciUoylduLAhe'thinking.which; fresultedH Newlfad.: 'tn ever' be"forgotten.that' *yes 1n'e"more : l lthb.,; lady1'for'prbprlef' '** prOhlWfg brrrrnm'rfcognleingthif 'tu the winter, ., They' tee have snowed ameking'alldeadowii

While pt capable of misleading l the;, "dy other \ Implied obelplncelo"Lee
; closet -room.Is. a the from the centre Xor ) '
treptlumt ri1I1rKona\-, tRotkqof ". hanks Ihtd' the' waterattd'the \
toCagalgp feature. ,.Form'and color Way' indicate ladyship, and tbewhole l transaction .
tf'noQBekee'plng'\ I uiest .
says ; an ;
atpescornarantkeslnltW4il. *p'ng ;.rou( !!t axbq;.. t1onal'Canadllill' ::
ent'lwbl: h'" Ia"both convenientsndoruani thrower xnuch.the: 'atance .tead7 Tor a oft, per- gps (foruaughGTprovkleQ ,no truly genie
!,! _oneyard_ frpn Jbe and one of the quickest fielders hap. even more7%: .out'of ogganusing i ; .their- oWBvb4wtjtoboggans. ,
ieDtal- to ,noil to-the-wall-two .D1IfraIl7"put..a,0 '- placed"paraller wno-evefT>laye nnnjo'rNatIonalBoston "Widely'expandedey .man swtars-about It. after. hot Is
De '-The slide 'endKjM't: > .
Uda-rs ex>aauelivdt; tJtoatndlldtAg> earshot of lady-who' caused! the an -
&a -
I D1lIoar 10 thla'/J 1tiCndtcnlat IIflcofdtagOflkU *c. "" ,; .
room" each b lpatettpgo twOjMd one- '' oBKew York were { greatly beyond the present moment,* noyance. dTha ( ;water*..And h re- then,. tr'PIt'ft'..ts,lal. "'
half eAboIIhelIs gin 'not 'at the bottom of tho, slide,;: ''
or a.i'jtt1'lfihefDL 3I tbe Ilt and :
q iiclty Doyle; :n .It 1Jttnmt :!1' tt. '
onAt '' ( flrstwltha
Is tft tt-t erfe'ctly flrm .lf''Hniply laid \ dte"I'ed 'tbMi 'baf for"lrew-York.: New York Pl-m',. . tb? opinion of nlne-tentbs'of th. men wberftihe' otter arrive.. .ll .,, ,r.
clearer Insight more definite Jde and all! sensible Women *;' Rot who will spUab, .butwwlth a coftt\ blooded, lt -
across the upper edges. .wtiIlookavmay, ptorle p YI n44... W"&U..tl9U1'ti "& :o'n ::' nreal : ; .
i vto .6e'aehavlet.t %rhWC teaguUlcywheludgod the peas e: +erndawerndd'n: greater readiness In .ctJoot.t.heT. notice be brave'enough 'to br lt'tbf. rule' andJHt geunltyl Just" Ilttlefurther us te
.. d Deieaaaltpbn.Saeoneleftbs'faste.t
M. leis bWthl 4 and tee ite".E p' tl example ,o't>'lU''a'b'ollUonl' >y>e; catc4'the'poor' ;! ; "beast's: : ".foo,f''W.t&/;/M. '
J 1JWt, oi t and 1 '
.tlU1d r.tot" :bn4W..JreY "lgaplathe'llvlnf"tbelr'bkbits1U'fact, nto tdruig '\tuners-laatbygaAtn., Tbm let eyed with wrinkles at the' outer cijrf .; .f o.lns.nny.,inor ""to fpmplyivith.it7. ; ) -:' '\11 oil Ill's'leg* again and' -ruiinla'." back, '
: .'' burin- the ; Den ahow-penetratiOlnaD\. lelUleif t ,Atlanta.Const atto,.. ?. _\ : : j tb'harainotti. slide., ,
vS McCarthy was ..
moat"regular;they seem to pos e mttle ibr-----1*""r"' 14Oft'l.anlen., t humog. rEftt; c at'< .(l r \,. ... '< !.-'< HI' ..' >i ..'. '.,-. I'' I" r f > .1-i-n-. ,
dally when- there are Q1trf-'tllt' .11' 4> WORDfO'WISOOM1"UUhhmeettlrl ,- ,, "
I character or.originality-. pfofeaUljL, ))oJl.)1D: 4, out a sharp grounder the! Kmeanness iillM,1. bl.rJn'l lot' cl ', : ; ; .. i : ; ,. "
'tl r 1 1n 1I I their. Ideas are' very limited) f Hoiiae of''1 Int.-IeTt field.. -McCarthy; ran'''on It.,' In small things, money mkt- ; ;t ; t'tI ; n:; '. '' :'oniaia; ,, PQUIl4t..ta, food twice. "
; them,.walk\ ., IORS, the.passage up the cooped, It with one hand and wIthout I' aka u'
or :
S fi.l ', I tare lekt etit ("i t X<>T t Rtf9Aptlte' is cone ,1Rareow.ooaerteberproeadei'(
stain;otbers knock on' thowally' orj'' stopping to look'or\: even!: to', gather .b m. .I Every let both'a p eatesgd!! i cannot oleo make.U.Into foot
wlif "be.' .. furnlture'ring' bellslant: ., ctoi> ': pr',! self, together/sOnt' ,the boll-Balling character careidsa Gnd': ex be trava'lot.Thr gendrous.: "': If.too 'wide' jdistance' .i..cans ,, ,If. ,, ,r 'I'; 'Beef."milk ,If'ybtf JplcK'"'-myt. : duc'ts' sad .{,
break'e r ckerynew"} 1 and-tbt>n you i first bases-r -' per I "Uettjf' "'Ixv'o"' good'' man' tbnn'. a man regularly toritholI Te5tbere'ybashould :
bctxroonUbe .It'tbet lengtliA teeese
4 4y I'I come_llcrO*,!I one w.ho.shrieks; anil there; i .Ninety-blue' fielder Out bti. hundred eyes 'ti f,gOod.." ." '"' "' not expect'many eI"'."aiWiib! .r,

4a I seem to. be .ai few-,strange sped meiisr wpuld ,have thrown the' ball.,to;,borne oneesel. I. ' "j I I" ': ... eugaie4' snilecauuvtsvept'e! ;, ,:" .a ever an' anlmal'ls' doing It'.Is

IJ tr who. appear. ((apd jdlsappearI >> ).- I In order to.cut off the runner partlcn- A OIP....,014,.C..I'J: TH.- .:' sonrjlfe.fX'Ixrfe'cannot. ,ei ', 'hard'\ .rstt.d -'It' to' doisometbta .
,.,Batl I'faculties do not co beyond.. larly'wben; a fast man like Tom Brown Sometlniei'-thtt- fruit.on:.a..hgfeireela'wortbbfore"tbaa ,I ' be limited by latitude orlongitude. ehe. 'Decide"ebat.productyousulat.: ,1

t, btu...7Cper7emnrtabttrp'roo: :! #octaotr hd beet'oaiaccOAd'.:d'Yheo.t1J.: was ; .two'or'ttlrreeept: s, ..I..j.' ri" : .and tb. got.tiat Vlnd ot: breedveMlob r'
1. limitations; or tbelf slavish adherenceto bit Doyle naturally; figured that'Mcr, 4C.heat. There: : Is a,tree. In NorthernDrawareseveuty 14 .convert; 'iU foodinW! |bl4;;vrodiiet MM:
I'I'I tndltlcuLJUjlJiat.{ thQu' e 18-I: ; hav&per, Car'tbF": would f oUfWt jtju5 rule'so-Ibe: ; 'Jd;erghtjrj.yfcarf: old) ,,Re.vperelnmogentout''griFfiylttight- a''..surplu yfrom.Khat. ltuses o hvi*& '
me.latttbofpreklet'tmomthts'adozen' Werraii f en ' harmless., Jon'l ( ; .
tore first'thirty eft his way to that has produced iina-'erace"oi''IKJ+ '
I Ir '... authenticated who have been second and was caught far off Ute base worthrat' 'fruit 'Innoall:!' for"; nearly L'Jt.I.:' \of no' usi; to urgei': abstinence. '". ;' L:" .. , "'t.g1- tiV

4.l ry, .... heard walking up stairs ther ; aeenJ*: lobe when. ;he 'tried to 'get back Brown twenty ;>ear*. 'Ca* .jar the "xbirrl** :while. yo>( are.organizing,! I .Pp! t-*;: !' Prince'""Ferdlnandi 'it'; Bulgaria; >*. ,. .
no.Clue on'record In which ghost meanwhile'bad stopped after,overrun old for $SO.;, ''BI! years ego this.old1 04.triarcb . .There; > I* no1\\lope'of i lot ,a polished. pose 'ed'6f 'tf bilrtouihelletor! ,BBIerstltltm

.r, b.\ beea. beard walking: do"fD. Why fling third in: fear of the; natural throwto bore'fifty-four 'peach.bauluf! : ol F' .lI) Ith'pDI8I' without; the experience ) ;:;'4 H.j ', is'3aoa.,('h'rlddeihyjPrInc

. aD7 047 .aboal4 'think.(; it worth ..whileto" homeland no run.::was, scored,; TM delirious f rulr."- ,r about '110O' "R-D1'.t'! 'of the ro.P quarr/j MTb ' .' ) AUaa: ler.',o f. ,

a .. chronicle: the'moyement 'ot .-nch un.Ilnt..tlD.r .' to bat dew out and the: game And allot tbM /rult.hiu.: .' teen .n1teegift -,4> tt;worldf'wltt: BOt"W'convinced'pftibe'aweetngssoyonr car ... at the battle pfla Hijvnlta5.;.
,' creatures I cannot under- was over, with Boston a'winner by; one from at'ura.. the old' tree'has : "isltb;; brttbe; "'coiaTtocwthat 1{;te lone :
:l .. :,th.D beta sewed 'to tbi.Loiirds'rod'to;: : .atand.CMCkccpunt: of. tn. darn doingsof vaA.* .,''f'i) ;:'" stood.In > 17'Inf'a. :.years' ,' unattended -( pourneikpt.your taet,//i , )refits i thet,anlma.1 wellba'wULtat ,!
"> ,. >th, "npperId'of,the shelf and draperies'1 I I.Ufpeiided a flock'oT)beeffwbtld) be Very mucfe McCarthy: came ria''from feW 'and unenred "fo f excepf la] Iran one'sldftand:: : w riches-'to Wa position'ID"the. prlsctpnlli. *,

't#\:&!" .> -'. in front of all:; ,"bandy-M; ..; :'mora C tloc.-: London Truth.. D yl.r soetlilnj;'and to.. aometbltic. of cherry: time.-Country Life,In Amcrlca.i: .When Tlht ,* *{ I IJ '" ; '
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Statistics: show that there ha been I "t. !
NO. n via
To. MonsitaisiBesort* Georgia

"" .LI.... kvsar ratoiroAee a steady decline in the trade between Soathera, A Florida Railway ,

; in. }'..Uey' ttatette f1dllduir Cuba and the United States during the Wednesday, August! 19, 19U3I," , ', .\
four .says the S..Y.Dn..hNew
; 1Ct..UU&E.08C&QLACOU1CTYr put years,
: Georgia Southern'andFlorida: Railway
In 1899 the United States exported :- .
;:. J. K. POUND, will place -on sale at Jacksonville ,
1 PROPRIETORS.J. to theisland articles of merchandise Ai4' :
c W. B. HARRIS ,. Fla. special round trip summer ;
to the value of a little more -
E. POUND' ,, Editor. than $ while in 1902 Excursion tickets to the following ,
29,000,000, our exportation -
_ f e Catered M tbs Poeiofflee In'KUilmmee w. FU.. had drop$&ll "to a little health. and pleasure. resorts in the ' .

,... eeoondlae*mall ID_. more than (25,000,000 and the indications mountains of. Georgia and Tennessee' t.... A j3aD
at the rates named
.. -notify the ofBoe Uthey are that Cuba will take from usduring : A' 3'
!; Bubeerlben will pleae ., ..,
Warm Spring,.. .1.t. t 9.00.ladl.D c. di1 /
fall All oonmuulocltoai exe-ot from our author Spring Oa. .. ..' 9.00 . ..
ised' oorr. writer. Lookout Mountain, enn..i2.80 '
_ M1c Rejected matter will not be returned u l... export* to the Island Increased in '. ,. .2-
Monteagle Tenn. . . . .15,00 .! .
_ Called for. S . ...
'Just about the proportion' that :American \ . '
_ The editor la not rwponikble tot opiDloteerprw.ed Sewanee, Tenn., ,,... .... . .).... .14V95! ., .
by correspondent exports have.fallen off.. ', .i''... '
AdverUilUf ratei may-be had on application. Ticket will be limited to return on '
What U the cause of It? Opponent 4 : .
'' ;( ,"
,1; '
: >
train ieavina' .
regular clest.lnatlQnprlo..t.o .
: any . .. .
(SUBSCRIPTION HAT fa., of Cuban reciprocity In this September ";..,,.;. ....7. ,..-
f: One copyone; ye J.v..r,....,, .?....11.00 to.Jindla>> ''it .argument against 2- 1903. ""'J.>' .o .
One copy,xlx ...,..1,..,.,.v,. .,..,,.1. .SO 'A splendid opportunity to spend, a <'.'. '
One' copy,three month.',..;*i;, ,....-.a.... .:24 -extending! to Cuba any trade favor In couple of week. In a delightfully. coollocality. ,-".... /' ,:';' ,:' ''..-, ,; 1 .
the of Tariff concessions. They '
way ,
1 ... I ,', " \ 01 , I ".
Friday Aug. J4, 1603. say that the Cubans are bitterly hostile -. .:l;(U\:)\' ,:' I', ,: ',',: ",',' '.
have i ," '\
Each of the above resorts excellent "
: /
I to us and trade In Europe on that ,'I ,1)1'. r ) ,\. '. ',',/',':,jb ";-" .,'. ,
hotels houses. M If.
and boarding ._' I 1
The upremtireourt hat beendispoar aocountpwhereas theyishould-be-deep; .. : : .
ample "
with 3atr6qrfor Tai- :
Inlf of toe mass of case. ,, the accumulation' ly grateful and give us their, trade for aocommo< gts ... .;. :, ,:. """;"" ""'1.1
partIes at Tmfi-7 from six to twelve
services '. '
<>several years la a rapid jand our in freeing them from the:!
dollars per'week...,, .
satisfactory manner. Between Dec. yoke of Spain. "What's the use of .
This will be the last chance for
1, 1902, and July 30, 1903, 208, of the bothering:; with these people,"'they say. : a
to hese famous Summerresorts.
:. '431 cases were disposed of. "they are Ingrates.. We spilled blood cheap trip (
Dbn't let It by
get you.
and spent treasures for them, but. they F ,
Good advloe from tbe! Metropolis; do not appreciate our action They ;
T. P. A.., D. P. A .,.
In trying to convince people that one hate us, and will continue to bate us. -: '. "

candidate is better thm -tfholber there Therefore let'us snake them no concessions Jacksonville.. Fla..-. ..: ,..... 11(..,.-..:...:. 111'.

I. no need of going to extreme or Indulging which at best would ,tend ,,1.0' .Cheap Excursions$25.50Hot

in reckless assertions or bill Injure certain. of our' own interests." .

ingsgate.' Our people, are intelligentand On the other side, those who are favorable turn Wednesdays Spring Ark and" and Saturdays re-- :THE ARCH SUPPORT OF 4 !

a reasoning people and the way to reciprocity see In declining ,
good for sixty days.
; .
to Influence their favorable action up- trade a strong reason why the UnitedStates
$64.70-San Franclso and return. DOROTHY DODD"SAVES :
on a given candidate or proposition should! deal liberally with Cuba, __ ___. ." ,,. - -- --_ ,
July 31 to August 13; good returning .. .'
Is convince their judgment that the fulfilling to the letter all promise.,
October 15.
1iug t.ioo'propoted Is best for the direct and Implied In the. mattes of i
81'l.20-To Marietta
.Interests of. the whole people. Let us concessions in trade. -. Bowden 1It.hlaSpring.
_. .
Lula Ga. .
Gainesville :
be conciliatory, reasonable and just, The fact sums to be that we have Till! fATIGUE .
and return: good until Octbbor 31.t19.00Tal1) *
'; and then when'the campaign ends It
been depending too much on sentiment -
i Mineral Bluff, .
r matters not whose favorite candidates to bring .u. the. Cuban business 31. .,
and until October
i return good
1 shall get the offices-, we'' shall all, be ; we have not.gone about securingthe $31.45-ilamoth; Cave, Ky., and re- -PP]T Then your foot Is tired: from long walking or standing, ;you rest '.

.winners.William.- trade in a busln .s-Ilke'way. Eu- '

. -- rape was Cuba's market for .hundreds tnrn good: until Octooer, .St., Paul 31.tol.75Ulnne.poUa. Water- V V. it most by holding. in your hand and compressing it firmly: ., :

Herbert; Florida negro of years before Cuban Independence. vllle Minn., and return.; good untl! around and beneath the instep. That is exactly what the "DorothyDodd" :
who went to Illinois fpur years ago, I, Trade relations bad been established October 31. .- - "

'hag returned through/ disgusted with and European merchants had familiarized t46.05-Ullwaukee., and return.$48.75Waukesha Shoe does for you all the time. It is like a soft hand firmly 4,: '.

the. treatment he received He says: themselves with Cuban wantsIn ., 'and return. .

"I have been oon.tantly reminded of manufactures. It Is not reasonable $50.30-Madison, Wis., and. return; grasping the "waist" of the foot and supporting the arch. You will
.rid' have '
'the color of my skin. had 'I to suppose that these relation, the good until: October 31. >> '
all kinds of Insults and abuse heaped work of centuries would be
The Lookout Mountain Route the how much of be relieved
"' never (realize your daily fatigue can until .
upon me, I am , aside; for no other reason than that the only road'having' morning and night ..

although I am'considered a good United State look Cuba' p..rtIn the trains to St. Louis Cincinnati, and you try the "Dorothy Dodd LAnd the "Dorothy "podd" retainsits :
workman, I was ostracised by the fight. with Spain.. There Is precious ', .
the West via Valdosta, Macon, Atlanta -
,,union; and was discharged on several little sentiment in commerce. Trade Nashville. LOcal foot
Chattanooga, arched and''sets closely up to the
'occasions because white men would moves! In the. channel of least resistance --
sleeping car and coach to 'Macon '
not work,wlt.h me. .And yet these are and most "push." We have..increased dally. Through Pullman Buffet sleeping 'after it has been worn for n10nt s. No'other' shoe ,$

the same people who make such a howl the resistance by failure to
cars to St. Louis an<) through>>
,l when a negro is lynched in the South:" keepiour promises to Cuba and have Pullman reservations. sold to Cincinnati is made like it. Other, -. shoes bend at every step *

i., / Metropolis. depended upon political ul'l" rather
". 1!.! than business "push" to get; 'Cuban and Chicago. For reservatlonh, you take. Thus the foot becomes tired. Is '
and fu111nform..tlon. address,
Speaking of what a newspaper does trade. No wonder the trade is going
; Senator J. H. RAFFTKRV, I worth while to endure tired feet when the ? w
:'fpLf>'community, United State from ;
D. P. A., 201 We.Day Street, Jack.eonvllle .

"f. \ .address;David that Davis'''remains of Illlonols very green made an to us.WEALTH OF FLORIDA., Fla. is so*, simple?-D6rothy Dodd Shoes. They cost $

The following comprises the wealth "What going on In Florida" Is -*
Jt.he memories of newspaper'men.; He
just now a plenty, but we are still listening C. W. DANN has
_ e" '''aidEvery year every Ideal paper of Florida a* shown by the assessmentroll for the hammer and saw toTing exclusive sale. -

'. 'gives from 600 to 6,009 free lines fort for last year: on the walls of tha.tsugarfaotory.

:" a benefit of;'the community In which Number of acres assessed 26,104044 ,- Times-Union. .

.,1. it'Is located. No other agency can or ; acres Improved 'and cultivated - -_ J ------;-- -'-- 3

'' io83m ,..,. ,.:, ,
"do 'Tb ;
dill thai: dlt.Orlo ''
proportion ? ? ""wo' ?? -
v -- .. .. ... .
of "> .-
\,, M kit. means doe more for his town Aggregate value real estate $63- : "Doing 'targe .

)':..MUM any other man, hA ought to be 015,667: State tax assessed thereon '.- CALL:: ON.' '. -

.supported-not because you happen to 1318,153.36; county tax: .assessed 709,.i Business -. ,
.fifEi fi! al< 341; school sub-district tax.: S50.064.36.! i'
Ilk him or admire his writing, but ; FOR FOR '
\ibeoonse a local paper'\is the best Investment Male over twenty-one :years of age, usually'meani'' assuming large

_ a community can make. It 62201.. J risks-:too large to be a- safe <" j jftOTim1 dlid4r 4tif er8

'may' not be crowned with Number of horses,,asses and, mules, burden individual
: great upon an

!" h" 'tAOttfhV", but dD.oolall'lt" of' moreene8t 57 Number,378. of neat. and stock cattle estate.-'. ( : KATz I Dry :Goods.
/ tttan both preacher and teach* 479420. Wise business men carry I ,

art 'Today editors do more for less Humber of sheep and goat, 100.711.Number'of special insurance to relieve _

I h Full cash value of all
"" animal, -
,.ou.bome paper, not.a. a:charity, but '
11I.318,933.---- risk. AH. such will be interested - .;>>1>>1>>1>>i'>>i'>>;W__1>>"_;w_.
... ...
b ; Investment" value of all .
\ Aggregate property assessed in "A Banker's Will, L
"' for taxes, 103048937.
: s S t 9, Marlon county Is wheeling into the Aggregate; State taxes assessed, containing the instructions of ,,:

: Hearst presidential column.., The 516,348.61. a New York Bank President to i
Aggregate State license tax: assess- his trustees regarding .
Banner of the 31st. Ult. contains .

'....l. a
1, "\ ions j-urnali.t, and announces that. a 134334457. A$ ,000,000 policy another insurance HM. Formula tells the story : "

lelub I being Total sub-district :school taxes: romance of special application to men j "
i organised to boom him '
4n 8406399. ... ef affairs, described in VTh Largest .
for .the exalted office-the highest In Miles of railroad Jin' Annual Premium. !
State 1901 ..... .. ..... Grove's Chronic Chill CureHotel
the gift of,,,the American people. A 3147.13; 1902 3,185.22; Increase, 38.09 this CoMlMar i.-day see nnluAc bah. ,. i : :

,'section of the club's reasons for supporting Valuation ofr.llroad..lI101,'lV.323- firer-la A-a.. I .. .
: Mr. Hearst U expressed as follows 099.16; 1902',. 20045795.00/ ; Increase, ""_"' +-l:A.wr*. thud NIq It.w.I. .... I patent i...-- .. 11 a thin .plrltaoua....... of a aleM", Miss.. ..... .... 01

: "Judging the man+y his splendid 72289584.State taxes assessed, 101.579.60.-- THE MUTUAL, LIFE INSURANCE : Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR: BARK ): .-

work"as exemplified his prosecution County taxes assessed, $2:15,861.$0.School : COMPANY or NEW YORK I Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK .

of trusts, his ever ready hand road taxes. $20.13B,28. XtCILUD A. M CCVWV, Plllldl.l.
Fluid Extract DOG BARK Fluid
tto oppressed, his constant Total taxes on raliroad,t361. 83. 8. WOOD Extract .SARSAPARJLLA

(warning )to the American people lines Length in Florida and valuation: Miles 1901 of telegraph 1666.32; Nassau Stt. ,New Cedar-!William N. Y.CECfL .and Liberty It Cares the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure..u > .

through his editorial., his courage to 1902, 2,855.74 increase 128942. : ,
; -
Manager 'E Best General Tonic. No 1
*> Cure No
e261l34.2n Pay. Price 5Oc.
,oppose capital and combines and his Valuation 1901, ; 1902, Jacksonville, Fla. ? ,,
> ,
:Y 'willingness to expos crime( < in high 270,069; Increase, $8.934.80. M. TILLER, Agent, .Klsslmmee, Fla.W.LVanDHzor&Co. M
The total increase in assessed values
plaoes, convinces us that be 1.Lbe-taaa
for '
as compared with 1901 Is :
bear'the Democratic banner 100 [' B S S S S SMS S S S S S S S S S S a S mmmmMMI
Ito .to via. 6,496,863. .

4 2t'r', ,"''''',' *tj AfcoMt_' th. New ?Jep. .' .' To Cure a Cold in One Day Cri ''-is

."' Sidney Lauffhlln, one of the"great Gulsejppe Sa'rto, who 'was Monday, -.. 71vo Dgse
elected pope by a vote of 45' out of 82votes I Laxative BromO
of "
Jsteel'manufaoturers PitUburg, Pa; immediately chose the : Take .
.has: made notable'purchsse iii' name B R:0 K E .R S "
Ik f a thiscounty. Plus X.The Sw. irms i.xts. soil hi p.m la ...... .Thfa sdEgnature U1.-"C ,,w,. box. asc.I .
Through the real estate agency'of new Pope was born at Rloso

8., G.Dolly. he has bought a tract province of Venice July 1835, and Is
o' therefore 68 ye..Oldr. He was electedas REAL ESTATE I > :
'% -of 10.000'-.0'" of land Ijlnv Jo'oDe, compromise candidate the)Cardinals

solid body Ur*tniles southeast of Orlan- being unwilling to make the Conclave 'AND. INSURANCE I ISIOTIOE.: 'Notice to Creditors. ';

''/.: do.. Mr. Ceiuflrhlins Idea is to make a deadlock.' Most of hi. strength r' Notia 1 Ie hereby given 10 eNd lion'epLee..
>i;; ,'tbelaad In a game preserv.t is fairly came from the supporters of Vantuelliand Notice*hereby given that the following described land will he BOld at public auction on and dl.trjbute.e; and all persona having < Goui.' the 7th day of IleptefDber..D.l* ., In front of the Town Hall In Kladmmee City. OM...., County mends.alnot the estates .of Roben H. Lanier
located for his purpose; is well watered Sarto was nine..'year a parish priest, Notce Sell Florida,or so much thereof aa will be necessary to pay the-amount due .for tazea herein act decssaed. end Mary O. Lallier, hi. widow, deseeed I
R j and Is covered with a heavy growth of nine year* a' vtce-" r..l, nine :year oi Application I oppoelte Lb.aame,together with the oola of adreruuoc and laie. to the, to undSnlgoed pal te _within ao dnl,authenticated

,Almber,: 'He will at once be/rin hU.1mprovements a bishop and nine years a cardinal Personal Property. '. OWNEE. : DESCRIPTION TAX AND COSTS. dire h.reopreaorlbed by two law,years otherwlae from
He 1* an ahsoultely self-mad man. Motiocl h.c bjr-slT.n-toaII whom II the same will/ be barred and all persons who t-
on his new purchase bt l1cfI I may Robert Baa.AddlttoaT" .
't3' \ and roads, nee- Three spinster sisters,, keep, house. for. dmlnUtralor ooDC.rn that Lb. nn bur fences erecting the ; him in Venice. '. of tbs estates of Robert .U. settlement. _with u
i Lantor, deoeated, and of Mary C. Lsnierhiswidow i HcPHATTKR: "
E ......., house*_and such other oonvenlocee | married sister la 'e i village near dvoMMd will. on-Saturday, the bib + Tag Collector of the Town of Ktailmmee City Florida.t This August easy A.-D. 1BOS.' x

.- as will make it 'one fit tbe fine,;Inl'by .supports by dressmakAnother' -- day to lh of. Hon.Scptamber W. R. Johnston A. D., IMS,County at ID.. .mrn...apply of ++< I . IH.. I .!.f .. .. ..."t it +4.s,It ISemis +++t..J 1! , ,4 It' '.. I I fa.ler.Umlnlawlor 9' the MOBItS..ta....sort of Robert: H.
game preeerre of the country.-. When j wife o-'a_nLP. Slate of Flonda, for an order to r. '\d-.d.aD4 Mary. O.LaIII.r,,d.-.e4. '4
ia'jthe of a sexton': who Mil al the following dveerlbed c A. v ".A.If.w. '
theee, :'.N,' completed. ),fr.- Laugblln'Is also a street hukster.1' Another aooal to-vlt' property,.beloaging "lo"USe said ..L&Ie.r pr&;. f; Tropical Nurseries _., MPaah 1110I. Altorasy' . ". J" j.
,' propose to stock it to the fullest extent: i married sister keeps a village.tobacco All that certain itoek of eattle,ranglnv the F _

t 'with,deer, turkey'and other wild,game shop. ? ' j ooantlee of Oeoeola and Brevard la Mid Bute L .I ..'''Oriando.Flo_ . Stanleys Business. Colleire_
I I. The only brother of i the new pope Is branded HL and marked In tbe following idae
}!>pen.4 part"of every'yasr upon''a saloon keeper in the Pope' native mark: Two naderbiu I. one .. nndenlove ThoMstvO. Ceorita.. '
underblt In Ibe and .
I .Among<',the contemplatedisalr'antomoMle .village and sells wine'by tie I glass. debit In one ear other crop ear half erop undenlope In the other un ]If you Intend planting any''Fruit Trees this fall send 'me list f W. sdiupon ai.'man 10 SlIppi,' -
i < road 'Much gratification is oneveryeldeat art rid took of cattle numbering alx hundred maid. m 'or com fete ,, b oh.epdi. ,
-expressed :'of I '
j your wants and t
can t re.
"" his election. and flfty head manor ..... save you 'money or Orange. ,. Peach and snan4eeoo.r.phsn.f I'' II you will'.Qlar our ,
It is
1h lif city too" the new preset-rev ; n. tb School within lb.neg eo
dsy of Aagu.i. Pear,and all. kinds of Nursery Stock:: (; end pursue one
lieved be will be or more of
the first preserv to be that a religious M08iS1t.\TZ.! our prescribed ClOUI'8M asS laces.fully ...,
1 1* game not apolitical, one,''something whI ; 41 Admlcrtitrator the eetate of Robert H. oomPiew M.w. will plea. yea In a po.
*6uV to '' be-j deoeaeed,and Mary O.Lanler deaeaaed. .1 ''W., .'SPEIR..tJ J !'.tlon- The above offer U
:' Orange'. countyOrlando. has been desired by the Catholics R. A tz"'.-.\e....r, BOX eos tJ R" of good character and correct open h o.nly tome to* ;...,

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rue KIHIIIIM66.Valltu, Gazette W....... rTed Madam Rtuaor ha* H tiiat tfcrei,. or i A. To Citre A Cato I. 0oe 9.r,.

T>L.IHON. thousand pound\ ',,or: soft;, .beil four more new brtek struotures are: In : Tabi't iMive'' :Brotao Qwlae Tab Vi

.....-FUBttHHIU.- I I turtle 'w. B. MAKIMSO Oo., comp einplatloD. by come. of our Ibu.l.I Iness IBusiness -Locals -f fVWWV1 t If]etr flu fall-druggist to cure.refund S.'Orove Prafwstwial, 'Cards. I ;
l11DI+Y; Mill Amy Mobt-o Ootha I* Ylal men", >>V VVV V WWVW .iauature U on each box.: 26o .Osceola >% %%% % h hP
DYtir loir latIYe'ID this plaoe. Mls, ,Artie Jordan of Dade. City .... '" - phHmtloy, . .. .,
POUND 'A M \ -
A iota was born to Mr. and Mrs.3. Who spant three or four week here, rebentlyt See 60 counter at Dann'i. AONBWr.

,bHIJ110/1, / D1R/OTOR1. "J., Dana :yesterday morning;: with her;.la1l 1'.;.')l....:'.George ,Standard Pattern at KaU's.: DOCTOR I I I" TTOIUWIT: "W.iJLw ........, |-

MrrnoDU*!O HDkcli:::Prwoblnc saop BabBArnn Prompt attention. given any Insure Gilbert- left on Saturday lat for ."herhomer ' : I AND NOTAY, ,PUBLIC,. I *
.h .ih. 11 ...11I."sed.7.. o..olock.T Prayer m.euu>.>- ante 01' Rf'JE'Wte placed.. .with J. M.:. much tbtheregrtofherKlalm. See Shea,. 5o. pen tablets at Da n_'*.. KlbSIMMEE. :J1.A', liD'
Thanday Tealn 7 Wilson
IT M r> n. .bllMb 'jr.1 .
School t:46: tartar_ bee friend, For' real bargain go to'Stanford's. _.._ .
'DIDf"1' BaLLe PUIO. ..8peotal Bargain for' ',.:*. ,8IMPO : r( I" ,
the next Jo Ike'Frasure ,
Onmaa-O. ll. w., returned home last Friday -
.ulO.- day In School shoe ,
Sunday Rye and Corn.Wbl.kUs,, 2.28 good ones,at Pann's. a .
Young PnMblnt P-rl.Try .".ttn. **.M m.n.' tnd m. T lood.Po m., per gallon.,, A. E.BDARDEN.Mr. from his outing on the river and io 1d..4-4 Be Sure ,to : I I ENTI8T:: .t "
SohooU.46 *. .... Prays mooting every Than left on Monday for where .hih&n'a SheeUDR'. .lt Stanford."j ,
dr T P< m. Visitors always w:..oom..,. and Mr*. R. T, ,Bui.1"'J'; Tampa Olfio.oierOaoeola. ) ,Phsrnsey: ,
PT. Jomi'l KrtiooriL: C L. Hancock lucrative position. We' 11/ New good arriving at Cube Have niy '* "
poa>-David D. and Miss Stella APrai.1 '
Klild Rector .....1".. on ih. .toand 1 Una went Woods from his own lips that the snake Which ton'I.. . _. I OrncHHom, *; J JM&gfc, t
.. to
d T of the month Mnrnlnf .errlo at 1080 up Orlando Wednesday?.
o'clock. Krcnlnjr i.rrlo at 7:80: o'clock. recently bit him 1.-dead,< for school .
Seed ; supplies at Telephone No: 70 Jim 5;lyr..,
Irish '
t Potatoes
Pllalan..IAR CBcmoH.-Dlr1n..wonhl'p now ready for D.on'q. ,
.very flnt: Uundar and third Sunday in eMit on planting; $3 per bushel,or SS bar- We rel'reio learn of the death of( f p pE ''VPTION i" .

the month.service Morning.t 7:00>.,.Ire m.8uudn at 11 m., aahnol a., ErenALBS : at. rel. Leave orders office.per. W, the.mother\ of'- Sheriff P.reiatt.vrhlcb Call and see Ouloe &.'Bra ion'* "new" I.' .. |.R.,.A. B., .STEVENS..}) '

8 meeting:41\ ... m,Ilhuredar o. 1\: serv e..tlolar Pos at U':16 1:00 P. m. Prayer.. 11:.. L. Van Duzor. _.|. occurred at her home at Lake :Butter, firood" . __ 'v .I .......DNTIT.: -. f

erybodr I.mostoordtall'Invlled 10 atone tb... Mgr F. G/Thomasson has been Bradford county, on Thursday of last if you with to save money buy from filled at the ,- ,
.H.-' r. Q. &AILay Paator.'n king vl week. She was 83 years 'of age and Dana ,>- = Gas Administered..'. .. '

UAVIMOV., Snpt.. of ,.8. day. friends The Doctor In Bartow"since' last Sun- was a TI.ltor'to this town a month. or fry a pair of solid HaWeAxeSboe. Office. ,Houra"; |18.30;| M.-tO "'* aD" ::1
,__ r and children are er '"" t'j.30 P. M., ". r...
4 Official Westh.r'Repor(* peeling to'Jpln her to-day. two ago., . 4 ., at Ouloe A Bratton's. OSCEOLjI PJIiJIfflCY$ I ORLANO6T: ,' .' FLORtPA' er ;

.. ... !.BAS T..p..A'I'1JaW.- .(-KKTMCUDAV -,-,' ." --.l ynJ-S* *,_be_Jtustling.travtUng ThVKUdmmee toe COi, 1* meeting Little pencils, big .pencil*, pencil III ._, '
BV: >*Ilie. Angels, IMS. wU.n-auccell-rn-n'Dullne.. that'was oreverybody Danu'ev M.-
t agent of the;Savannah Morning News ,':;:- - WLLSpN, JR....

'.'Mtu Ran.' was In towu 'yesterday: morning[ -aud scarcely expected' .and ,.&t tunes ODd Jelly glasses- and fruit jars ,at "for fall : "NoTAKr( 71 .
fall, themselves pushed to keep with [ pres. t tj
paid his respect to this office. up Thompson's.: '-, L.HO1.. ,
:2. .STATE :
- I { ; AT :$:J
their order We are pleased to note ?
Frld. ;; .......... 112 .. Prof. Simpson left on Tuesday for Summer clothing> reduced In prloepttGulpe I criptiis' there Real Estate'Agent:
9.tuNat.;..,..... .111 71 .', M1.auaday / . Orlando where.he will begin a canvas ibis fact, a* It Is an evidence ,of aloyalty & Bratton'. \ v 'XISSI MJ E. '-., FLORIDA'.
... ..... 81 72 ..110Moad..y. 1 the i ,
...r......... 1rneada .... of the Statefor the State UnvernHy to ,home Institution >on are fired ,
,.......... 9 t 71 .... He will be part of the people that''augurs well for Stanford ha Ju.t what you want In I by'ft J W. HARWELL: ,, '
... engaged several week in style Oxford's.An .
I .Wedoeaa&'. .. 7S 'I .,,, the new.. ._
place.'The out-of-town- I
,1'.bond.. ...... 80 16 .... this business and will'make a many op.
canvassof den WIs receiving tell the fact that avery up-to-date line of Men' Straw JusTICE THX PBACX UD

__ I;A. UIMP8ON P. M. the entire State' If possible,, I superior quality of. Ice' Is being: Hat at Stanford'. RegisteredPharmacist, NoTARY e PUBLIC STATZ AT,LAROKMAKRIAOES p

Capt. Saunders and son of, Shell made;here. \A' SPECrLTY,4
Another ,
% lot. of "Dorotb,r Dodd"
for insertion of advertises
Our rates Hammock
4 Office ''
are building naptha launch shoes just received-at Pann't. on Stewart.Avenue ,
merits among the reading matter on for Rufus Jordan 'A railroad from-Melbourne to connect KIS&IMMSE .
of this place, which ; ., .. \\0 >FLAG{ y ,:
this page It ten cent per line"each In. we learn t* to be"'used In the fish'trade! with the Sugar Belb-at' Narcoossee Stanford 1* ole agent for Douglass. II' JAU -.,- ." .....
aertlon. _t' -. "fi[ I* being talked' of tl- mong.tbeoomlDi' Shoe at Klsilmmee. -- -- P.4.THOMA90N. '
will ;
betihirty-flyefeetin length 10 .I .. ...._ "
in breath,'and when completed will be enterprise of this, section. "Dorothy' Dodd" shoes have the I 'NUFRSED.. CALLA A..W"'D ; J

oooooooooooooooooooooei a* handsome a craft.a*pile these water Such a road would be the most direct style;, Bold:: only by Dann.. ...-,.-, {- ; "' ld*>._.'rk.a* 83. S'ItIuIMMEz.'PLA. .
*. .. and shortest route from theEast Coast: : : .' '
i '"Local News. Rey.. O. ,J. Frier left'on Monday section to that of the West Coast and Sold Try only a pair by of Stanford.Queen Quality' *'Shoe. -. r

-- last for White would therefore fill a wenElongleltby. .
---- Spring, .
county. where" he will 'spend vacs.ion very i tourist' Iu''completion 'wouldbe Subscribe for "The Designer," at. ., .t
< a. -
of two are three .wekjx.He.Vgoe* be_ .vast benefit to \hI.J'lace tumors 80ct per year, at Kate's.Fresh .. ,

10-' .rest-.Dd recuperation. "We trust way than one and we are sure that Mutton Tuesdays and Fridays .
of PhO us your wants. his trip will prove beneficial 11re\ ., tor- our people,will throw 'no, obstacle In at Reeves & Wood. Phone 61.,

!, We'll do the running. ring him to his wonted health. the way of it* coming. Subscriptions received for The be. I
: F t. -well Ijfner'-! at 0o>er At
: We expect: to print the law of a gen Our Normal I. *tlll being at year. Kate'

,. KISSIMMU DRUG .Co.. eral nature passed by the last *eslon ended and thoughthe'weather has (Stanford ha Just received a''' now
--- -- V ; of the Legislature ;supplementary to been unusually warm' the attendance lot of Spring Dress.Good.' "Call and .,

Wade the tuner. Orlando. the V. G. next week or the week fol keeps .up, fairly. well. Sup;,W.. N. .see them. v' ;' ', J
Road Business Locals. lowing. A will be SheaU made a visit Monday and "
our mailed
copy to every !'DororihyDodd"! Shoe* 'are fully 2
Send TIS lour Job Printing.Old registered voter of the county. and was well pleased It I. quite likely guaranteed, you ri.kt. .Sold :
hundred' Iq addition thereto we will print a he School will continue the full term, only by Van> SnO.EJtrm.7f' .JIEN. ,
ZOo at the .
paper. per r the attendenoe for this week, will
Valley Gazette omo. (u, quantity[ sufficient to meet the 'demand ', The'habdsbmest' line .of Spring and .
at'the church from those who may desire extra; cop make the requrled dally average. Summer Dress Good. ever ,Offered In WHY FAMOUS '
Service Presbyterian es. We do sincerely hope that our teacher town at KaU' ? 1 .A

onlY\ next two Sunday street night.One . have bro. The fall term of the High School 1tJea.eli..b1-t.bem will not allow such-nre;opportun-' We are now handling porno extra Because,they have .stood every test for durability;:, style
or scraps unheeded and
unattended -
will open on the 14th day of Septembernext : line Fresh MeatBeet, Pork, and and comfort that years of service have subjected them to and
ken the this week. ., ,
monotony The Professors In charge are lulton-at our market. Call up phone .
.New subscriber to tile V. G, \have : The prospect are now that this doing all In t.belr'power to aid them 61 and give. us a trial order. have met every requirement thereof to the entire .satisfaction of' 1J '

been enrolled almost every day this School will of its have one of It.the largest In every way possible: peeves 4 Woods.X .. the hundreds and the thousands of women who daily wear''them.' ,
opening, history, Is, an institution 1
we k. that baa proven its worth to The following letter from the"Ieoond 'They are jtherefore famous for the three qualities ,that must1"'be',

The friend of Miss FtraleOverstreet he community and the consequence 1. Assistant Postmaster Geneal to {combined. in a shoe to entitle l to-any consideration. all: ,.Ma*..

will be pleased to know that she Is Im- that people are learning to appreciate Senator Tallaferro 1* .elf-explagalory ny. brands of shoes 'look"'well; many

proving after a recent Illness.Major 't more and a* time goes along.Mr. .. : "I the have receipt the of honor letter,to acknowledge of the78th 4.wNyr.asa haye: one'of more,of'' hee'p lntt:' ot.

Murphey went up to Orlando and Mr Petersburg your
Storkey of St. -
excellence well are' ,
ultimo, relative to the dUoonInuance -: r ?
returned last
Wednesday and night.
after'a visit of several day
bl1.lne.1 mission. of the service on. star route; good shoes but none have ,the"'
Ue went
on a among,friend In and.around Klsslm
Mrs. J. C. Darber.returned from Orlando mee, boarded the' north'. bound train No. .23,353, Klislmmee 'to Whittier, three developed to 'that.dekree'tbat. :.n

w Saturday after a pleasant stay. Wednesday for California, where they Florida and to inform thfs you been that an puts them In the eame class' as the
advertisement day Issued

of several day among her.friends. 'Intbu will stay a short time and then reCurifto i Invitingproposals for carrying Queen Quality. They are unapproaoh-,.-,

place-J: -: ',.--j.t.- 'n Phoenix Ar., where thejr will reside the malls from Kllmmee by'Pe horn ,.'ed; 'and 'so; .far"ui, :-:':'yproaol::: b_biecompetitor : :; 'b1;; "

r Mr. Charles Floyd Tii&n and'Miss' ermanently.benefit W." learn they go for to Whittier -44.29 mile and back .*/ Of bourse we keep
he of Mr. 8' health Mrs. '
Oe udeJJ.jCh87 ware married at the three time a week, on ,a schedule! 'of ,'of4 '
I full supply all styles on hand.Thelr .-
_ .relidenO of the bride' parent onIIllllard's itorkey i* a daughter of Melvin B.I, thirteen hove running time each ;: ,,(. . "
bland last Sunday.. Rev. Porter of this CO DtJ.' ,. I way, .. .- 4-wASVy.. -- fame was not made by; ?
from September 24, 1003; to. June 30, r price
agricultural-department received Yon Will be Convinced it apply to one style spr one )
O. J. Frier officiated 9044. If .
a bid be received atla| reasonable "
i theme 'Queen
The Quality" ;,trademark l'
,%' -")&The demand for residence .ibv still a contribution this week from Judge rate; In response to'..saidadvertisemeut [, that we fill the doctor's orders ' -. on any shoe'is= a'guarantee that
Parker in the of of Parker'sRedCob
unabated.. Some one with'the money shape an ear a contract. .. for.the service properly when we it Is the best. Summer,weights and J ,
Oeol'lrlaCorn wblebwa. ;
to put Into such an enterprise .oouldgel : will be awarded,,. k. forjrpu.. styles now on Hand. We .invite our
grown thl* year-by Mating & Van
handsome return by erecting a friends to( forthefn.,i Y
lady, enquire
dorm or two oottap.1D.this place. Lgnew.: The specimen'Is firm smooth, Hold Orange* for a Price. PRESCRIPTIONS, .. ..;
well filled and of slse. We .. .
good are
Tax: .is not <
misfortune orange crop so large as are'the important '
Miss Clyde Smith had the told that superiority lies In its reported by some afid'a good Florida most partof : FOR SALE JN K1SSIMMEE. .ONLY BY.
falling! down stair a few days ago compactness and weight., being about a druggists?, business. We 'It
!from which abe received'. fractured range take the premium whereyer'ltI. 'never lose sight of this fact.,
25 cent heavier than other corn. '
per I. shipped. -Thereforelefru as'oi .
collar bone and other painful bruise*. > The compounding is in the H..C. Stanfo.rd :
We are requested to, announce that ange growerhold our crop' for w;:,a
Dr. Hicks set the fracture and she ,Is hands of one thoroughly com ,
','the.W.. C,T,:U. will hold Its regular box on the ........' All other, concerns who has at his disposal
doing a* well as could be expected. patent 51e' ,
monthly meeting on Wednesday, Aug. of like';Interest. come togetherand, go it full line of and fresh t' ,
Orlando's second nine of baseballlsts Oth, at Mrs D.Short'*., If Is earnesty IntO combines, sowbat 1*, the matte *' pure "" THe orlQlnator ot I Low Prices: In K1ss1 im.
came down yesterday( and crossed bat DRUGS ,
'1 requested that all the members be with the orange grower In the early
with a team of similar age andniz of present as the membership contest will part'of each season announcing what .
of the highest Quality _
i this place in the afternoon.; The game come toe'a clue on' that day, making hey want a box for their 'orange on Our charges are moderate., ,

was witnessed by number of onrpeoOle .t necessary for all 'name*of new members the tree and then let all hold"-for; that ,

and as the score stood"-to 16 Infavor to be brought or sent ,Iq. Then price J,By thin method we'may hope 0 '\"

of the locals,It Is needles to say we will see who gets the prlxe. > t.O. gets' fair I price for bur fruit. It Klsslmrace Drug "Co. QQQQQQ

they thoroughly enjoyed It.. Crawford takes some for a'groveto '
The case of The State vs years paylneret -

Wm. MoDanlel father o( Mr. *. J. E. Base,, Murder was. seC for, a hearing on t.he'IDye.t.ment' and'If ,we ; TIM
Pound, left for. his home in Live before Judge Jones Sanford, under, do not hold together a* growers'some I'NOW IS THE '

! Oak Wednesday morning, last: labeui corpus proceeding last Monday ae sure to be always losing or, their

During his slay In our town he warmaterialv but owing to the absence of Capt. nose will always be held'&r&tnl' the a r

) benefltted In health which Hall a witness for the State,' the hearing rrlndstonflH-St.: 'Petersburg Time. FOR

be attribute. to the excellent drinking was postponed and an attachment ', 60.DAYS'

water of" place. *Like all other visItors Issued for the said witness, returnable For Sele..,, .,.. ,
PRIO3 WILL, u' HBDUOKD, ON. oun :siN-rme: UN* '
. be charmed with our Three good mules and y7/ ,
, goes away nstanter.. The opinion seem to be wagon. 'App: (,
;;;" town. general .that. the application of the plyto W..B.: MJLHIWSON Co.. I IPOR '

t A subscriber of the V. O. In -renewIng prisoner 1* well''founded and*that. *lt : O\\r .All person* Indebted to me will:please? .pay;' ,

her subscription write, from?her will be granted when beard. :3t.veWoodr', .their accounts, 'as' same most. be .clo..ed.up''
; home In Pennsylvania "We could 'Min Ruby 'EWe entertained a party We will' furnish Stove, .Wood. delivered -

not do.without your paper. We are of her friends In .a progressiverifhch to any part of town'at $1.00 per I '

' pleased to read about your many'' 1m- party at" the hospitable home Strand. MAYNARD LUMBER Oo.. ALR .v, mTANPdrDJ.
; J '
provements since we came ,home and other parent -Monday 'night. Four :W' WATSO''Nr ) : : :

t we may come back this winter.Kl*- tables were engaged 'for an hour or ,, "
' slmmee people will always boo pleasedto and all Interest centered on this .. .I"" J. -
more L STRICKLAND.. .S'. 'JOHNSON.-, . ff tP.'
see these people on our street, as popular game. Tben'other, .. ..

during: their stay here luC: winter they; substituted after which Ice cream and PHONIC NO.. ; B1"SttickIand&jthnso ;:= : -, ,, i' .(' ::

,. made many warm friends among those when the !
cake wens program
with whom they met here. .a..above was repeated.. Finally "good : 11"ninimmmminmmurnrnmmmtnmmmrnrnm,' "

The'A.: O., L. i i. sdvsrtlsing'an! ex* night"! was reluctantly said and, the il:::. NO"Ut: KIIMM_... PNONII ,H.' a: '

.' cursslbn from Klsslmmee and Intennediate party wended thelr.everal way homeward '.. .
;; point to Punta Cord, ,'on,'the' feeling that. they had passed ,I. d OEALKRS.IN t 0. ,\Iv.. GRIFFIN :

:25th inst., Passenger from Kiulma most pleasant occasion for which they t I:::: .. ... 111. '
'mew and Intermediate point to. Lakeland with one accord voted a resolution::01 'ErEjsh 'Meat '"VegetablesEtc.: _' f: =

'to be bandied on regular train thank to Mis*.Ruby: Those present ,

No. 21 to Lakel..nd. thence lpe 1al.- were': Viola. Aderbold Ethel Harper I fancy! family i :Groccrtem i..F i.

'Returning leave Punta 'Oorda. at, 7:30 Eva Harper, Dora Mathew' VernerElll "" Now In business and solicit your trade. The best meats the, I

P.; M.;. .The people of Punta Oorda arearranelnQ *. Clarence Hogan; Estell Over- -country affords>riUe handled.,Vegetables when they. are to. I

nnmeronc'' '' attractions for Itree&/'Cha., Overstreet, John" WoOdall 'be had, Prompt service liberal dealing and the best goods guar-> I=== : ;ESH': l1IeZEATS:: :

,tb., day such as boat race, etc; also.peaking' Lamar. Frasure, Mary Louise' .anteed.:, Phone us your fwants-t! .' ,. v I ES:, "
".'i by ,United States Senator Maklnson, OU1-'Q'QutDn, ;Arthur O w< l

iTallaferro;; Congressman Sparkmao, Quinn, 'Willie O'Qulnn ;- Emmlt . I "hc :ipatronagesolitdted.i
"v. ; ;" Delivery's verY,iay! ,' :at any:: is t : ,
kTh ,Governor Jennings, *. N, C \Stockton Pound, DanaOottwalll.' ',, Led>"BasandEffleXawion. ; NEXT:: 'DOOR. TO POST OFFICE.: i il' -. -
_ wu WW WWW WW
and'various other candidates. l; l1 1U l
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iaace oat deck' was fed with the scraps red a cit ppeneffmoiti'i16"e'preeeuuco;

: or*t>lut>ber whlob were" tbo.ght'tolrbeexhausted of clouds and tbelt:..character. Clerk Falls r
6 t)0.,1Iht BIG. 'F. Sft Of .)1).. -The wII&Je'\4 of );Vo. B Is putting down figures: In gross 'Hair.

l ,.. .., ..,) ; . rent ,,jiQcJfs4u'lplnjtt;; > \l C1t11P.- on. a blank for, the Associated Press, ',' .' S
_- r wo, backs, finback's and "sclehs," the latter which' will notify, every city :of' I hMKASrRIXO .

SMALL WIIALES" ARE PLENTIFUL IN a.'Nsirwegla'a"1> name tot, a sin lliired --- ......... tbiVmoU i' I tried Ayer't.HsJr' 'Vigor to

NEW OUrofJ>LA.l''''? : : :; whale as :yet unclassed locally. The A jCJerman scientist says that On.-
N w . . sulphur bottoms are iholargest'sometithes ; k : body contains about thrw. step my hair from ." s
A& which *<* .111 a bottle cured me.
of 4
--- i reaching nloereft.' In length pounds of phosphorus,
III; .
: who live( 'In methods long' In nsej In Norway> ;a rfiidhe and,, being worth 1200.* Tbo others. 't\R +h 1 grammes are said to 1 be In ,fhe bones :J. C. Dsxtef, BraUvood,

"nd' Ult'rf are ( !Industry; seems secure. nre :-snialler, In the order named, tbe At 130 grammes In tho muaelesr ant --
mI81111RME I( of them are 'The old-timeWhalemad started from sclehs" running from-twenty-five-: twelve fframiues In the! nerves. AyerY Hair Vigor Is

, ; their tackle ?New+ Bedford 1A "bluff-bowed old thirty-five-feet in length"aed figuring certainly economical

overhauling.and sailer, and cruised in every ocean esteeming ahout $200. Whale' meat especially ''Dr. Koldeway: nnnpunces.. that the excavation preparatiofi
soon they will be oft himself tor.tuilatf.l.II', he got that of the; "scleht," }s very juicy and tt of the Ishtar'gata' at ancient t 1 of its

utter all sorts of tinny, swimming: home again In two 6r. three 'years. lIe tender like beefsteak, and is freely Babylon In now completed. The gate kind on the market. A

'" .tbtna.'trom mountain'vroiti .to deep fished with row OIl1( and harpooned ,.eaten by the factory'folk-and others 1, P is of Inuxtslng size. Six hundred cases
r. sea bass and bluC' llb. Someone' has his whales, .by band, land' tbe"'grim .The first year the industry was started 1 t of tiles reliefs. :.and .pther objectn i little of it goes a long way. II

'lately brougbt''' out a guide l l rook which Allen tragic realities of the business there was A bad codnsbery-along tho which once decorated the. palace ol doesn't take much of

points' the way .to nearly 1M fishing bare been faithfully! described by Dana nearbyeeast; .-a Qd 4s.. it'relieved them Nebuchadnezzar have been-ahipifud. toGermany. It 'dif J

places a1 ojit 1''u..F: These and and Bullen. The, prelent-d ,. (whale ;of tbe need of towing! the carcasses to to stop falling of the It
many' other' as yetf.undiscovered,/ by man start*' out''' every biornlng''after' sea the whalemen '.allowed all! comers 4'What

the general. public will, bt' fished! and breakfast In' a speedy little steamer, to take what ihey. wanted "of the, meat. is said to ;;the greatest ocean hair, makethe; hair grow, 1t

'fisbed'agaln' ; 'Then will come a new cruises about the Inner' banks and Is The result' was that (the "fluherfolk i depth ever discovered. Was sounder and restore. colo? to gray, t

a" series of fish .stories. It Is -so 'everyIble home again! by :Inlghffall vita "a fish came in boats from far and near and TRR IIIIAT DBCKITKD ]frost. only a"shorf time r.go, durlng-lUe/ recent .
took away JomU-or. It. which theysalted THB ,BUS. cruise of the Albatross' In the I'a' hair. tlMsMUt."If An .......'

I down tor their winter's use. To' day's climatic Dominions!! In every other clfle. Professor Agassis, was In charge
p4oplc whop dktLr nod w. will .zpase..
6 of'.codflsii it was a welcome city.About this llfuti the- forecast. official. of Guam There the'beam.trawl, 'Ot-' you a us t U>ttl ens.. De.ura. ..d a:1ya. u.o __ t.
I variety-Ihn; clot especially as cod was cable 'lowered ul JODI'f I, ."r..... oar... .
; 911'i Who sits sixth iH the 1wnk, begins to Inched to 'steel was W
Jed source )fs'ow, 1Iflwe"er. that it he flesh 01. Co.
He 28.8T9.tect. five mllos.. "
,M,1hG'Il'dy, ,4yty01d111 Ia.d dcrlbble.! furiously an a paid presses to the depth of :
P In turned to profit also this ndvaatugono I the first xhept wllh fervor Into the almost a. high as .:Mount Overeat Hj
t longer .exists but the visitor! to, time band of a waiting printer and the 'means of thermometers attached to th ,
factory, can Always count on u ,, IIIIIl"IIt..llk
olt 'cagtr'oflogotypes. water at
craftsman sliulllrir to Ms trawl It was found thnfthe
x as a tidbit If he. is desirous of .'' The waking of the ulgbtforecast this depth bore, llac. temperature :ol
, making new experiments in gust ron.oeny.New r
tl af } / bar begun. only thirty-five degrees,. ju.t-a-IUIU

York Tribune., .., Before nine o'clock' the; 'reader bps above freezing_petyI4. c
tumbled off his stool and announcedthat : .

Will It Rain orShineToMorrbw the reports are nil In. The fart*; The well-known salmon disease since Stands for Union Metallic

tk. ,.d. caster! stands before the combined( map the rei-enrcheiT-ot tile late 'rrofesxoi. It also stands

M ? nnd delivers his dk-tnni to Citric I No. 1. Huxley has always been regarded m Cartridges. '
who is writing It out for the 'printer.Tlnes being caused by the attack of a fungus for uniform c:!>ootr! >z and satisfactory ,

..r.ralt -J 'Isotherm and llucs'lftobiir are Recently Mr. Hume Patterson bRa coo results., 1,
racked to give up the secret of the ducted' a' research for tl11t Fisher

That Way ihs Weather Forrcatt weather for the next twentyfourhours' )Board of. Scotland., and has come to th Ask your dealer for U.M.C.

Y fYa ,r.ttt' Is Made at the Weather Bureau This In latter, day necromancy conclusion that the disease ,Is duo to In.. ARROW 'and NITRO CtUB
for the benefit of: some seventy_millions ranTon' of the tlIltU"of the fish by t,'
ta W *hngton.! .. .- ....!: __ oti> '. >ple who will rend time prophecy .special" bacillus; which gains acvesi Smokeless Shct :Shells.:;

_ >nl4AI>' OjbV JAVHALK: AOcjrrTTX"; : IiVt>OUXl>LAXU :'AVA.TKKS. I 0,0, O O 0ZJ1ill for. overcoat and umbrella through some abrasion or'uleeratlou of, The Union Metallic
: tM> skin.V1ifn the skin of the hats
; Two'; an evening session. The clock ticks second; by second
l .year, and It Is a leer: fisherman in- or'two' Which lie uos killed with a : Tne matter In |mud was to toward that thud when the .forecaster parently'In in a heslthy.abH l(t tfftl'Il't''TI the:ttlsease\ bacllliueuialns ap' Cartridge f .

; deed who in the fishing months can tomb fired CromIluaU cannon ortime [ give to the United States trust say what the weather for the alive the lend fish whlt-li. '
dot assimilate enough stories. to last ship's bow. There Is no risk oi In Its morning papers, a next twentyfoulhours will l>e. Section in COb I 1

> ..him'the rest of the re."Y' romance about "t tlo pursuit now; no hint, of the JJtot..b\e\ weather by section he goes< over thee country and therefore should prove Immediately a source of..... )Infection.removed ...
' TMore' than one New York malt 1* .ngry.whal splintering a boat wltli condition of the ensuing 'nnd apportions to each 1 Its mead ot BRIDGEPORT.CONN. .
.' likely to retnm from coining summer a blow of Hs,flukeftl no excitement otj day. The W8nllVCI'l' some prophecy, while the Iftgpgraphs! click and. burnt -as IOU a. they are observed .1

k , cations wltb .most unusual tales, for the chase no towing of boats for miles! smudged sheets of telegriipiriuTanlfold.Iu In the printer' Mick In the rorll41l'_ "
qn entirely new fishing ground Is to be Everything Is reduced down to a "ynjematlc the sum of the experience of the cr'ystalllzlug dlvlnl.itlon Into news. At
J:: E. [:t. Moore, of .the r.oynl Bridal
have .
Those discoveredIt basis and wbolln
exploited." who the skipper United States Weather 11111'(>011. ten the forecast In all its HiilxllvUlou - -
are not trying' to',eep It asecret, wears a uulfwirrTVhd.! Smokes cholccj At five minute before elghf.' morn Is complete, and by eleven or shortly Geographical 1f'.Y."bo spent 1'001. RIpausTsbulesaretbe i

'for the trip Is a long one and tlidsort, Igars. tug and evening 'Iele rnplr clrcuItVaVo thereafter. the Associated Irens hat time of 'the,shores; of I.bk Tanganyika best dyspepsia i ..
of ,hlnJr In view I 10 Ct'utraltrl'n., studying the nsturu)
they bare Imnos- ,. . fr medicine l m ever made.
r-- --' - ---- - - - -- -- -- bl"t
the atuulIot
to oDe who .does not own a steam. .. -1- ; history of rglearlas \ 4 f A hundred millions

.. )"aehL. ., mportAut results of his expedition, confirmed 4au of- tlit'iu have been 1
i lIf yoU hear some (' .fisherman theprenence of n great nloun- 1 sold 1u the United "

telling next fall how he caught n whaleof taln (chain the mythical "Mountains of States In a single ;
flsh mud the Moon of the ancients. In East Cora '
a -say elghtyfeet t long [ Every' !
'...elghlnit! no end of toils," said .a fi!h- tral .Africa running north and south. year. ,illness H
arising from a disordered stomach is
lag tackle man to a Tr'lbtine reporter from the mountains of Abysulula to theDrnklnslicrg ,
relieved or cured by their .UI. So
the other day "be, careful bow fOU'IIJ In Mouth Africa In some .
him liar. be + 11, 'xt ,M ', rIN 1 d'Pd 11 U 'abroad or plateau; common 'is it that Alaenses originatefrom d
a .It may true, tad ; ,I l Ih f places- range .
+ .,
N tk
the stomach It"ai.aJ' be safety asserted
eighty- footft.b.: ** exclaimed the ; '' and viewed from cither side has no resemblance I.AHIULSALE J
then Is DO condition of III I.
,. ( '.-. "No" nan could, hoW to putdown f to mountains, even when
{ ", health tWit will not be benefited or
a story like that.: ,I'' i 1' 11i" 1 r 1I the summits are 1O.OOO or 12.000 feet I
?rk, l !r h S.aF x'pd"lt If '' .cured. by the occasional" use of Htpans:
|',"Yet 1 have ibtd"Aehing'tackle; this Y r I 1 x t U'+" uMIr above .ea level. Many of its peakir.
I x !
f t ,x 1 i' Tsbules. rbyslciana know.them'andspeak I
year to several mt'u ,who hope to catch ; Ieaw r l even In the equatorial region are always ..1' ,
of All
Tish that sice** he responded delllierfiitely. covered with snow and according highly them. druggists I
a r at t;tt 1'dl sell them. The five-cent, package: I.'enoucb II
"ADd,I think they will be suce .- rt + dtes, ; kntk, }? to Sir Harry Johnston some ol II I
{ P t11 + for an ordinary occasion and.
ssful.'They. CI',4'x them reach nn altitude cf 20.000 feet "' 1t
"'"' {! must be' gOing .wbaUng." In some portions of the cua'.a' glaciers the Family Bettln, sixty cents contain i .
i" ."That's Just lt.**' said the dealer x occur. a Leasehold supply fur a year. Zane i
r-JThey own steam yachts." and they lire generally gives .relief within twenty { iI
: : !
l .
.. .. .. __, _.CILL.VET. FISHINC. minutes t ,1
1" --c js a i msi ii w i nn, i.f rmaam i mauamsmsmc.fjlam jsm j A 33aaojni a a t ra.-fc iu> i .ijM >.i.u. ij - -"j- ......-. ... - .. -t

f' I TRANSLATING( :WKATilFR: ItEPOUTSv) itl' CKIVED IN plPlitilC.< AND CHAUTlXf';THEM ::;. MATS. 1 It I. a -......rloa.. >'.rlloti., at t.
,'' Oce.t>.tJon. : :
_ r.- J ,;,: j i jFaictnatlBC BAD BREATH .
: '
.... i"" ; The 'U\tf1he th4i made revering (ho 'L'nlted'8tacs, ot tup ,{'A gill net U. merely rn immense .strip- .''
:. .' ...."J'.I"' ; steamer faVtory\flre np sent out a forecast the: weather 1 J ,; : ,
'r. I features of the ce> | ami fxteiulinj'lnto Ca aI1/J. tIO 'that the .follow I lo of Jj.web ;Tai quarter> of f fp. 0t
t't'n'trJlrll'lWhl\ more
: :
; hventyf0uroor <, time >r.r .n..\t.d..4 rr..l .mk)."ltk.- ."MMk 0t
ensure ltd sugewesi J The ,sbjy'Chnsche there shall be.'sa.far ns coDilltlou* iuny! _. hours front the lirlnlHifMlIp/ furalKhed' I (.C'tl 'de.p.i.flontec1"I':1: I, f4 ...<) B|| of.m.di ln.i. Mr *<".!.. b.. I
:! "whales arid when near ''fliougn a I low,- 'Ihuult I1GOIIII t8IfIlUllllliiou.of; by the- bxiri'nii. ,and from which slip water'by cork buttons' ) fastened olons b.s'.:: ' Tw.':.r::k.-:.awe. rrlvuil cot basth trmtmmtlUtMurtM he.t.. I. I.I Iio

fires '. shot af-ouA ,;The projertlle If life."reports.61ariout| jon hundred 'njtd printed ''anil tnndn permanent nt 10.15: the upper edge J The tides carry It. ,Jb: -.rtll,old air BfM em .>r UI.f.'b.! ...I...a.II-II.D: l ,e'',

'tt 4r bal'pOOn'lifnlwtl, 'pierces{ the ...'bnlo' llfly weather obserysri io, IIIG \VeafhctH'nrenu o'clock on the jij :ht befort. the nation down to tho sea and back again the I kB wfon> 04."l.t. ou tor tufT.Mni know tb Iran::S ...nfommt.......". tl!
side nnd rexpIo'les...'v I t1dn. the court; in Wnshlngtou. | get*, Its dny'i weather 'I"lolII.-Hlir., men following and watching In the C.... a. .Ieka.u.. .I.-.-.-..-.-. its.rt.w_.....,_it.?... r- fc

position It boutains tearing tau anlmal'M ;Icy the first quarter-after eight.ines- per'sVocklyi.. bout, day and 1IIgbt,_ rnlll or storm ....- I eifc.
f Intestines. 1Q.'. Jef"!! ',and killing It nM slgea irate Jiegurt to come luto thetelegraphroom / --....- during all the lulling nensou, visitingthe Dead fa .:f
J J'j most Instantly.. .??hP p. generated in of the Weather Bureau A stoln.'Nsda'E__ shore only occasionally for supplies Th.OavN. I> of.
the s* itiit this "Tam: A. simple and I lucxi>cj> Ivijiia.(elin.ny! or to mend their nets. They sleep in a di
'j .':; : ;'. <:.;: this process helps t-Qoat hf; ,read for example like tANDY ore
which Is then lowed to land, or, If the etc lushberg.. boakbaggy: ;' At; bo inadu B9 follows: little tept nt the end of 'their clumsy I
. 'r.B..17P.,..y1SALiAXA.1tZWTCUNo herd Is still near la towed atter'tht! r'Xnetly. five clerks nre-at n high II'IIk' The et'ntvrplree'shewn< In figure !I Informed boat boll their coffee over'i bit 6fa into

fi" U..>j WIUB7,1 r, 1-- + steamer while she tries for ahotheiu; 1 I of two luiitfthi of plne OIK- and kerosene stoVe1 and fish- without'' oeas, /: CATrMarqet. q ,
ping to cruise for whales l 'for, lJe'tullIt. The factory! fchlp Is' an' Inclined wharf (, ttt ash kit 1i a half InchesvUIi- and one Inch thl-k, trig. Salmon, swimming against the ::1fI .t<

., kleJ l&d, them consist- running out rmHler water:*, vpni\r byknfeans : 1 !, I' tont--teetiuiid one tout, IOIl --T1IIp.t- tide/ thrust their heads through. taw I}: .ti,'
arpodt huA \ G'ely. and joined with tt hlngf. 1 Itusure of the and nt Infe
of .'f \ an"ff+thoua')t of the bulk In grmJAaliy meshes nit pre caught

e.b.(.O"" .A" curt + .Jt .L ...i '4. ,bailed'up!\ pBOYS nlgb'tlde1.,, Tlio prize! : i\\\} that 'nitiho t. the gills. A cork on the gurfncn some ..... .aka.......P..I....W.......M..MeLT UoI......m..0see. _.1 1}. Qe./..f.,. .('J ,

., "Dq'you.meantosay'thatthey'are [n position the workmen begllTta flbnsg.! :i I .:........ .t:' jI j\. , hi ape"tire placed ne'shown! In ilgtirc' 2. times gives sign of their struggles, and .Seld.....r.......4.k.s.Ts. ..........,.r...,....1...). ."Mk.-...a, ,.- D9Y.,.,: MR'
:' ng' on a whaling cruise to the-Aro. the carcass-I.. e.V.,to remove Ihe lu1S; '\ :l .' O > "Ofo'!Ilse two trtdt!! ? ptrtH-s' iHTiliowi the men! 'In the boat either come Immediately atarllsa ....., Ce..Chkap a N.Y. afa no
t'!-: exclaimed' visitor. "Whyo ber. TbJaJs-awpiass of?fat. Beveritt : ,.:':' in figure. It IH alum levelled" nod pull up the net at that spot TEM HILL10M BOXESSystm : /Ul
; that 'takes
k'd kgtae4spytplnt'abeut'tbeAro.' andthe. tif'b.t; {flensing with .the ol"*' ; J. .t, IIII of the thlckucHM, The pieces. are four flopping and bloody lutootbe,. .boal" nib;

They will sail up to'the New time ""whalers a"-mbst''wastefiil : : and a half, feet amid six InclieM long. tlse they wait until many fish are en- e .....'. sot

r; 'togodianLcoasL.where.the.water'.IA" process. had to be 'done at .. f.lulf-Incli' auger. JutlcK tiro bored In nt tangled} an<| pull them allIn together:' 4 *"*? Iii hiP
ntull, of whales.. They are so plenty thAt sea, 'and "muchi;of the blnbber=was convenient H.. Thc OIl"I"Uc[ l with the:, .net. Sometimes when the 1'. the

'. .VVaPUsfactprletJiaieljfen f started loot;"' tp!Ides which tbe 'remainder of III tI" ', ,: tilde' piece intiMt !1,1' Ihr I minie. rqu Is large they catch scores," even I'' ,. of
.to'fid. pieces along- the "'eos.t.'and It the l krdasdnt, 1I ).lc catelsllA': ><1e6 S1\ blell. \ I Ill The three pieces'( are now Joined ''t6- hundreds, of fish In. a day but Sometimes I : : 010

"i i.estimated that more than 700 will .be By the new process every poupd r gether" by figure 3. which In four by they travel l up and down'wlth, the late the

ifeangbt..**Usy<*rJbe GAVeromeiU, Rf'? I" Saved. t6 -whole oJ .I : threw "by an -ll11lr tncheti and Mccureil tide for days and take nothing :At Endowed Colleges eUl

..,.tatt"ll"! the 1-dustry. 'and-"tbe"profeslon.lirwbale tlon bcUg' ertolmloi l4f1 d>4
: 'nsheVmrn: hTTre' to at the rnOBt'iaodertt'irpprtaiitta. lAs 1 'l) thescow of the company and are credited , Correlated Schools ': wok,
t t'S.v.'Ilm.'aad dei
v; ,'...)".arll' 'license. of $1500'and( "llml .-..- ..hlnnlr..-...- ....... of fat A.A .. tl with ,the-tally of then catch., 'So bat
;.XhemselTeMo. Ofty. mile of coast." removed they: ere cut "Int .mnlftr[ PJ't' ( .T.\ \ ....ATU K-.Y. .,.i".t+ folded r season by: season :theyearn$2D!( or .. .. "-it- 1 --rrrilpniijir dty
,V.According'to 1'eportefrond St.; John d' piece!" by ottfeTniejnind ."puclcea i f. ,.t'n. '":111 It" ." ,),,-V. : \\ $300. I" '. MMdoai M I* U* kMt I I oft t tthe

-1t I* tSH&wthatienojmoystcchools. : of'obesettylatbaaeh'TWfollowed buckets en arVTticlIned' fletflTdr wbS.! >\ which lescrll e8/torco'shlos'oi:. a parallologram "'- Though fishing in a river, dangersConstantly I' Moeq'' a' ''''x olotchil
; the tunrr'tothefop, ot tlWrnctory1' wlmoyay and ba.IxUrlpler percbf'd beset these glll-netten; 'nndyE'rTielillol1'ira'1J ,
.- : -- -' ., if" T'-' --i .- >** ;; ,, m mti9 flies from Otase.0a WM. W. SMITH A.M.. LUO. A
1e n.t a separate utgh de k l>clns to drone many Ootleg* Park, Lrnohbur. Va. J VI..ulti

+"","y',,' ,' .......-- .,, .1" .. ......';' .,......."" .'" "'.' "..,.'...., ..."."...",,'.", i Rgifren rapidity and''11 6revtatlomtwilia'Ytondertut 3 joantlqnlty, < .( fliherman's occur at loor..the mouth Most of of the'river the accidents / . The; Effervescent'f; l 11:),

I 'NJm 1rdCoUI' teen rain north .where the wave sweep //In. ,-wl>Jte.j Tbe
'f : clo e iinywndtho clerks! on the capped from the '',aclfld, .Here. ,the, Stomach: Cleanser 1 the
; ., then
iii'.t'7' III etot, the "hollow 'square" make Others, Keeking'to set their'nets far pfWTcntat- 't'
'r ? : ;;:-: : the* noJ translation thus: T1$ out to sea in order to get the first t>tl .tJIllouaD-, eooaUs-lleD:i \ neat

wrr; "" "''::' . :: _ __ 1 tX'hfttelegraph: "Tit: tl1 Jum lmbprg the' 't'Un of fish, are'sonrtetlinen'cnn-' Mlkvt.iNN. .. -........, : 1 sad
... .. ,. _
b.l ..,. ,,, ._ .. :_, ;_. .. :_ br null f COM .
: sccoi
[if ty \ .:='- .. .....;. _'1:0X'i" : . .. v beak, baggy:' ... sued losing their lives, sometime I ......... : I
,......... .. :. ... ; : : -'-- ri C by TAUAIT CO. W
.. .
""M "< .__- .! ,;___,'-;" '.':<<","' '' , Lo.a'aad6r.1': 14cfaPt I r fiC r l their nets. and evgn'tbeir heavy lOatilli) ...,....... .._ I....' al I.raaa..MT.I.bP11D1' tick
i- ,
4 >;. .:.. ":1'' !"" "'5, -' .r "AI.t.1" ;;;; =\::"" a rain north cloud twelfordy; -. '[I $4 + "V .x 'At other -stormldriting: la from, d
r I'f k' :J!' ; : "" .: ; .. :;; < ... ' I 41be'.clerks: "Barometer. 2U.U2: ; ther. the. ocean! ;: overwhelm teem, at .their APART VIEN L; Id..
{ ',!II .. t -\,.",':iiab.. _-c ,' ,.._.( ... .;0'1>!. .......c.. .. ,. .. ; ,. ,.f Vwra
; river t '
: .,..'.. ,. -.r. or. raometer, 34; precipitation .11; Jlrec- Ashing/ 'Jn : ; "It...,l3n 1f1l ('Itell(
I ,
,, .; ., :.:;...;.. ._ ._ : ".;. ,"":; C ": ' Tnlane; University of l Lonlslana.P. .t Mr.
.. : ': : '' ; '
\ find their' ,
", :- 1L.I ;j!! ,:."'I'r.' .'' ... ton| of the wind north; cloudyvel l tear; nets, and'great: veetieln !, dine'tit. .
.,....__.. .. _, .
Fi I. belt'
: 1 V : I ocity ,or the wind l. 12 m'les; maximum ..,. 2 run tbew down and'sometlnvfn" calT]'. 1.__)_ .e4.."..-1.--......,. b..e/ul._I.'..I... I'n.. '' j
I jfi.t I rf ng'.orr'1helr ... .. ._ ..... 'seconof ,
entire _
net .11. r.
: ; tmper'gtare40. I V : ; 'sweep"away M.M1. 1 v..y..Jlu-
.. ........ . .... ,
.' : ; : : f the I..' DUIa. ...-.. .n..lly. .. .LI the,
'Jr t atl olitllije( ot'tlie, Ravines__ of lt .
(lEach fclerVIias hiifp j
; years Is'a'precsrIons
i ''! : $ -b.d.d. K : '
F 1 whittieJ.loJtaptfa; : h:. :: t-b'n. : : : ...:: ._, : : JPirinnd
.. ..'. end fit .the Net I.a I "
'" . hugerholes perllocsi
. \ '''' !. .f. .' united Slates before liliii. The ob.liena ; ,; hardtoilingoccupation; I t....,....t 1.fw.wmn 4_ F.... .' R. y/ .. p
.y. + .1.x In the side .plocvs servo Dea.. Q.PAPUDINE. n..... ;..__ "
> ' lion stations are noted on the map its rests find<< yet the occasional, large'.earnlrwi, W .D.. ails If 'e, oM( e
filth little circles. Underneath the for the canvas. II glittering before their ,like .
f : ;" map teyes tho ldmIu..IIIJU.' 1 .. bythM
x ., ... . ,, ;1 > ''' < "hlcbtbe clerk Is working are "The:!: whole, when completed, nlakei, i Winnings. of a, .gambler, lure;them
.: l ri r\... .f *nd'' .. .. ......: p _. tf-very a4|< i*
,."' ." w tpaps'oft .which useful nrtlcltj.ror Indoor. work' : fwi JY' onward.'- : Stsnanrd Th ;
,tlwob iervplloufor nay.
., } Baker. I iiH :
: : .
r J
> ;; ..
or outelierj'Illsetehlrtg! ; < "' '
: i" : previous' days Hare- 'beerf, lotjed. < "
a little more ornamental.-\ .- It may I IH J' ';I '
n.3 CI.rlcNocl JavutllJ.l.
; : _l'lIaH Wo!
; ; ;:; i < Ocrmui C..arlll.. / are )nc
y''C. sediis'parlor-.I..4-I'r- IIi hold' 'UANifi.o.iJ5 JlAc!
dota; Clerk No. :2 takes the tempera bUll
1 .. .. -' _ _. sod /anfi before the but frataed.. Ph I tun. .' 11'1 t ts.1 The en PIU'IetI..ot. Germany: ,'iXfrJ] aR t .. < + ufo
tare only tempera'4furACls ; fI l. i
A WIlALB'SBLUBBEU.> ot.b.f canaries} af slngej. ihie--ha- :.uJ' _.nd | ., Dnptena' ,
_ : flKMOVINO I called ilias eaicnhJI4itid.lpnt, + : ;; 1
: 'jsnaoes
\--PI. : , '' __ Iuvehlotrrha.'dfseivreretj '
Xl M . if J < t' j .j.J been known to cpntlnw asJngie) irffl *UiJI..naa.n..annaQIY. > >
.. t -- e
.e..t .', ) \ tl
.. down'-i-tbe. figures. representing I ,..thehacze a' ,
: 'i \ compoUDtt'whlch will remou'nllturat mlguteanell Q
f fb lAtylta a Ymail"fl lvjRUcb ..v'bhibr; ;: the bueketftunloadaetomatiealty aid : from the. previous observation and 'artificial 'blemishes 'for a ft .quorter',1f.llh twen* .. : . name of vrns pat_ whef./'1.I.wrltln. 'of Q alt<
their into mlncis infttho .akin,' whales are very fond. Into these contents pan ,a ; ind-th*:'dilterenceJnwLbLDOt: 1.31s !1. ] : . a"i
Birthmark i i ** .
*1 ta BJ Bi .tkHP
jmdlattpQlDg: dlsappeaiafteFone'applIontlorir >I ""< B kl : e . ... the
JJ __ -v y.tersrpnd .1A" :years: .tbe vane off ,which grind; up ill* fat. pnqIt( t lerQo., holding; ilnr Tiarometer ; ,* " It U anggcatcd. that wreck recentb'Discovered u a h'ro y eo
,.W'ha.llng' 1>roducts-bas, Jnc ;eased tfroDwhaa'ars'navejsuccesfully into iteam, -packed tanks, where th eaqp) J liQt tl rig 'i1i:.:ttl4idus .1: ,; c **" t ... , : in Dublin. Bay r i im seediaiseity
riitgj. l'f ) .rto.h; ;nrt '$ndelyjkla/ 1/tt """ 1'aIIJJ1! f.this from.. pre+Ioua 'ob.enatI9"' Clerk u(The'l11'' cd )tid'ek'intime' OoT/rumcni' 0: a troopshipwhich) yent.dpwn-ln Briber tHe the .. ls i.r to

adopted the ( o/t' :tb .tut. &:d1UWra'ififttttlrtfQ'wt'l If' eeM printing otBcnIs, : .
i ( "J.U ".I I' f 2,420,000, > 11 bay In 1313 with trot>s eturnlng from k [beet,
: ""* (
/ 4 r ; \
'' ,. ,. a* < Yi .;: :: '1/' 1 .\Vatuloar. .1
"t"ll", $ et ".1'i'Q'l .., '\: '::.f!, 'J "" ,....... t... +Y.. .... 1 'il r'\jy"\ ,.., ,' !'. L .J r w,
!. 'rte..1 .
e J" J" ,. r.. , ;. .' .... ...," ......" , ". "".'1'1'I' IF' ." , .. ..,!.. I \,' r' '{'.. L _JS,W.dr fir rill


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.l l.S.iriYb. _._ _L_. Ort. ;SUNDAY'. .., ". .,.. {t !1lrin.'meag.Ipfl.' ;:** '1he"*...''*,'.'dn.i.tfnc'; 4 ... < : :

doubt. .11. po..lble' oonwlHnglfteMBt.f -, .
SR iJ ? "
.AN EtObueNTiorac this discourse, however, to disco .r
the roqpd. except I III ( qultoes Are '
.e t ey.w Of..lkriCiam ch Itb..a..tUI Gt ', Much i Interest Va*' shown at, :

Che "''. pr.wenry- O. B., taal Coatnists Cbri 19tDlJt. unh.1. i International Mescal Congress, r ...
the I..,' WIh td'.. .{_.. or vl '""""fence, which i* in a sense the' I Gently held Ins Spain IIr'th. debate ' I :
thing logically tJ
f present a sore .
Average tie-oa4Jtfrb. ofIrrofgtoar tad* in th.presence of the inclu.fyenfa-c hw f ,tb*.ejection--which :'discussed1 the -
1" of ., Goapel. Whit-.e. the truth for' [ jct of malaria. Th. Medical I : 1

'N"'Ybnr6Ti' r; Jt even: ell wile they tend. and how real arc those' e 8eada. gives s report of the procHCInp.! -.
trot .f Ahe, ,. ., ,.nt..r. I >
rector St .Luke's.*ret'Church pi.ach.eskpB Clintonsvenael'.wFatten 1.--.tuality,, but they should 6WA.'ii rapidly coming, t. I Spanish physicians hold that : :

day on The BdmiDdedlle.ll/of 'Cbri. the oenev men Creed who are responaihle tbo front la the ampnlkb' of 'Italy and not Ronald Ross .of i ,

tlllnlt1..IIIf'1tookbl.x1J''fWm .'.Im" lor were refer paatmaater .pf education 'and ferganlca | land, was. tn* real.discoverer of'. .
ccix:9fl'el 4 jGGlJnmandtn e"- > '
'' 0' which they are the talon tor road InapifeyementA f fact that malaria was transmitted
b/.d. Dr 'Swent..1 td h\ '
The &n of God y Y called amen, Into a f hich they advocate is State good road. co&ven-' "on* person to another 11mo.quitoe !
of liberty_. hai setibkir feet in a libell">(r ooctnn of nihilist !recently:a* I>e< Molnes.. .5ye lchnr.t': ': bit*"a 'ufferer7"lben 'd ,ei
society and
'large lfillaxample'M1 tone( illustrate, teaching of trumpet they herald ttheil' b.dl1nce; the .*1o'ni1;, ; Ye1qtt4lnv, theiro41e :>ar ert '
and and prove mindedpese:but if they bad and of;' tb e form ''pf the paraslt apt py bl
His broadminded... *;N.-ob* Mho rightly if prominence : : , icould' f :
appreciate. bs.Gospel can raft contend of the sweep. religion ,Indicated the Important of healthy pe. .ao1l. transmit tie .$ :
seek* to make human nature earth> burn no the .. v * *> i
the amallor the thttrches it requires. .. ..mongttbe ,.peake to.them. : i i g
tower feebler the dignity'than't tad'k..en is, or tbst"freedomand woiifa foretkfLWbab.i t .. .tu ,. ._ $fc gIbr1 I f ..U; wad,. brought out tbat tb.' Zt

.banish the opportunities. of human. mank ensue wh a* the remit of their \ ,oe.: illqy atJcual" Qpqtt reac* of inalarla) ,
life. cue* has*tlllt1at'lajno.ticinn .(c:1 ttdu; :1tr,1Ildrilf wb$n mosqnltoes aria not present I ; :
In the brosdmlndedness. of Jeraf I. one lwh lvtutld JD&ke..1n d..WGk.'peP.l\WY.t t.-ot [ transmit the parasite I t.'du. toa' ,

-of lived Ottis In Inost the, and Ilia every word Us into they.are, and would speedily :; lion,. Late Young of the tlniious cycle of1', development ; j .Ii.,.
indicates the comprehensiveness; of flue aa. d,, Condition little later,Jjntol.ei.jJ of rank: | t Colonel,B*KiU J>i mr Abe 'gorma ''ia 'th* human : '

thinking ami the perfect unity of His skeptic i i. no more .a apostle ; and Judge A. U. McVey. '.wlilich bridge .over uccslv. .,
conclusions. Ha ia tho broadest being than is tb..arohht.a. The.two.lasf named jjpeak- demies.'Certain. !
who baa trod this earth and He has given *With great regret it must special 'attention to' the '' forms- of the parasite ,,J i
broadest that
the religion man has no* .
p. that" there 6
t religion which is not racial national or of.i-arrow-mlnded are 't*i'-" ot KaUoaaraU'1a101 t41M th*' Interfaal organs during the' '' ". .'j'f

provincial but worldwide. It ie intended a* 'human' nature find. it moat popular Idejs. presented true and, ailt''werd.etn whit "

to make inspire the larie.t the moat men.liberal,It Is ideas tIM embodiment and to uhlo liberality- isio* 4oJx v . the{young mosquitoes the next ... ; a
that J
of broadmindednes in doctrine and, nirj'bolyu-aligion.*o many fall tBorViflki. Ohristliras Jo . braerll i Ooa It't6I These a* Boon as.they, are I

Ideal,' in ate outlook.-, estimate of po** on''t.; persecuted., but Ittid flveaelerfatferfroa each kre Jready to produce a crop of I

},.bili0:H4nA/ 'tri f *1?r""sBi des-i. ,i iit'lL tual]; L one another &' dlstrlct.were selected to autumnal paraslt, aa they, call ,

: follower of should 41."tblm' have difference of opin on. Only National Good Road Con valmaJarla]: of the Roman
J3irjlt they failed'tn
f Ypetjmer fare ''r..o4 preheneivcnn of 11 ei!Gospel" at SU Louia. (CXbelresoIutlosja end, other countries] subject ,to ; .
lie n& doing yi 4 their-'oonlesMon* .to ta+or aUOJ'at ald1iA te-oper particular form.of.disease.Dr. : .) Z.]

and worst:(industrious"tarp him 1 and t oubUuI brave: let and him hoata&be ffftf church.&Ild..-._,tl_e-! f,etti<. ;,to'. ,\ ltk..S'-te.otJe..pl1..JJt\I.. Aacoli' ol! 'Rome, reported' '."-TLi a'r r

sane broadminded in hi* I idea., generous gPIST e.FAS* them offer- in generat gcUeme-forToad. nal irl* In cpljemte form often 1 i I'
In hi* principle and loyal in his conscience. exlas naiionof Misir.niaTous any : and lowa'a Senator- and peaied In Italy, In Jan,, D tflth.taa I .. "? "
H. i. not called ppon to emulate tbe this .. in yPlt ata-t'\ the
'li. Therhave Colt
'th. tha .
T (tn fact
paltry i disposition of the-pa.t or_to i try and their 'Bible 'md ,.thl""Uaie' .;, **f
their work foe such IaV I'1
; to ft 1 eouid
to reatore the rrgi ntot a bygone age or to Ttood p' .toat to < he,but/en infected clamor for the return-6f condition which mindedness. of their Xord. "the-'sirgamcnta advanced In lost of theaer-patlents showed, '' .
-were well enough for a younger civilisation, toot really .tect(fib*iWe-, th.Aatlonalaldhlan is)barlt versn"Juitecedentinalariar'hlftoi _
but which should not be Installed the in-hand. It does not at >,11 tp, equalise the distribution ., 1" '
twentieth century Religion I. not super contentMr "",U.'WWJH1 of I proTtag4tetbORtbtIbd,: ; fast tTltts t 1 ... di4'4.
tition, faith 1a.not,bigotry godliness is >-Protestantiiim or \ appropriated by Jonercst. recurring jattaeiis witWn theindj; : 4
not intolerance. , 1' McdlevaUf, but the go pel i oat theta! while i.'a )large dal vwei/what.kept jorasaria-la .
w. all'take ._at'orth.Lord' broadest-4oetrin .-the- .revehue. colleetedbr the a
admonition concerning the use of Clod and of ness'to7nfoottlie; young tto qultoj u
man and of Government or
lanruage. He has warned u. hat we must oroidest prindpls 1 come directly Thai i'' onSenstti of ;; 9'ae '
an.wer at the last"for every idle word we of lit.. forkinc. .I ) '.from' the farming popuja- congress j.y.,\|thatt6.|
peak. How many Idle .worel. are need. God's i -"TfinTinnuiTum" ..iff a.yerj.maU' p r..f cnt,etjne ilaugta". of moaanltoesw.f'a ra< b
and bow massive ie human guilt in b.l'O.'ld'f ''n ''tf ,
t practical tJon".aretlptut.. In .the rural '
T Aft'&
Even those words xpeimlve' iMthG.r'.e pl.Rasingt
which an Lion.. n preaches Uod's : Tbe'pending of -National f
should be prononsced with reverence are which ia. a'mighty foundation torts,.o tbitaaiUiig\tbvractlthat'
mind with friyoli ieo. Other words which telleetual Ii,. and man'e < bunding and Improving high- talgh make) the llfe'more'toktibl. .
should 'be used always aeriou. .sad-with which.. .>. _.or tnoral t ld*relieve> .thoa,., lire In tnosoulto( '(
the utmost are connected with God's ,
.arraracy ralettoai.te 4. mo.i-e ,*and would- twid the i>ronoudswmit. of garrulous brain our relation to Him and to all "f. coullSr'1ee.5. : !r..., __ :, l'
and flippant lipe.'''Breadtb' is on. of the ers makes the,theatre'of farmetsJnteieat. "t'alm t4pub11c; lI i It w*. decided that the best war
word. -.aiD.t which psopl. sin most oftgnso .the'sphere of conscience then et'tlttaif.tbe'
than .i,ee .56..y1 al"gatideeebwd t>dierideaver. One ot the could do. sltminate. .malarial {JnfecrJon is. 4
th. point of suapecua it" teta religiqn is that it despoils .le-sson rpud. U 110*'YDc1er .screen every' patieutwlth" } A
they .hear it.ia. mmea+'parlance/ The ** rt whicb-'Catie C"dt* ISTGea- ;..ttlnglnvorder to prevent the

"who rotd"airllltle 8onaiat 0' nothing. a Roman fop bar'.Ostbolie church thl'Ji" .beel Clu-jatiao all reduces this I. : titt"Oh10.d at Russell.ncf"atTt1'T,success- 9ultqes ; (cxUac;;; tb.IJI'll'f'eei.'f f|.! I $ ; "

or for the rchtiMf wMtb if preaH**.*.A' enc to a small con voat lou lias.Just bsen.held ,.?inch a.-tile. '.o. : tb* e
"broad" Christian is a' lean who, though to say!of the higher things .lt of place addreiised by IlQO, >Ir- .ftg from malaria can be bettor look.rt !
hs may not have broke with Christianity, of blsMedness' and nothing /. and Jtaken care of than canl y r
has no definite religions principles, ao the enlargemear at aspiration ce. [of'tbe,United.jHtotejil Deg of
clearly stated rules of right and wrong infororraent Of Wrgv- t/if,JA rlCvltur; nd .other mosquitoes| of the wood and t,
and ha no suit to find with a propaganda covend the IneUsidual. He ) of local prominence.: .There this nulhod. If, followed as.tiorou. ; : J
the encees of which .wo.ldiesn.elonly '.iionl was more and )Carefully M 1 IaUOD.I. 0 >t
interest In road Improvement
the .srtlirow;of faith but gaia4 'the 'whole-world ,
; .In$ sm.Upez. ,rrnld rltmit It'1
of ocietyv'' suppose**to. be "broad" lift buman nature Northern Ohio. Tbe Cleve aoon' \ '
to be not acruptUous abott a mess and ,transmission .f.a.'.1.. and l .:
too on att** to place it ia an 'in Its; report o{Jhjjicon-! '
ments; to encourage imligion.'to disregard Yber41 the sea ef God "11t Idle: I*' ) *XiiX e T e l.leDl1t.In'low'''moaqulto-bre :1 .
the eeaetitieft, of Sunday. It M supposedtrt'b"broad revue the model which ie 1 lands almost unknown. >Jul* .
ffcsavran ir to, do nothing thas the chrseter/of the' of.tbe meeting wag the ;
that would indlc .U fist uss Asa religioua and>illd all tbe sun line fourjeleplioneajrere \ -':. ;, )y
feelings, to put bhft..IU.4 attlq, ,ofsympathy life:> lie diIlC10aed1... In front of the speakers i I A i"'m. 81re'tit
with bad thing. BI.i fcuppessa ties Slid crief. pleasures and ; I '
to be "broed"to'tbe? Bible "to eat ice Mould have His 'neople mall'townw -Northern met. beside, the., ocean.: .; ,tj;
diacredjt upoa.*J*4 ckechtobraad koly Mount of the Ascension .be and Plttsbnrg Pa. t > : AtUred brew"
tradition as a pack of lies, to make tbf ace the present in it* I'll heat speaking. ,n .batbUt .urul,lfi ;. .tai ". ; : ?,
gospel mean as little as possible?t* reduce) an exi.n.ive outlook for the Me"railed', ,tm rejifioa, not t* ita sorest,ta bl selvMand their live. Tb i"t
l I ras. to' po .r.-..-
term at, all. Thu. the noble word ia Lord fies givcirsrbmadmlirded FA, r'hlpe4 df4ep"IG. .f j ; ; ::1.
clothed with a sense which it ought not to men when they, pray and work building in.Manachnsetta-hst cop wltk e I Ut rlmmf g f..J' : -"" .,
have. When T*opU teO wf..broa..tat. and' lie woald -.ep.. .-polnt..h.n lar'fite and tery '
m.nt-; they saean a"esatemgat waich ia t* the obligationa and i re.ults-. mamlas ;bpetndont: W. *n sh--permitted' m*' : *':,.
.unpicloas-- not iuaernrate,._When..tbey w i ttirar 'ry hour ia' t"trjlch her'' fancy1 swimming, ''. I In'- ,.
{Id of completed State '
-refer a"bro.d atory they mean a story 'Hownarrow ia the average ,
which' i. not quit _. It were"well ern -nditions are'not hn; 0'c. a rtotfil ot.JSOtt miles tot thanked"L ne 'g-!a,u.r t , ' "1 j"
to distinguish between a true. breadth and tot -maaMs. There have have been received. -4' s','.

a .p.ri..breadtJr' ao'tliat -1IIIIlat'be tainsj but there have been come from 281 fawn! lidnot, .top'at,.diving,, ,.
pared from the ills that follow in the train also Among the low in the '
of a mm catchword,'and hare the blowing know ,--"e cltle T liowIn' heat hti And\sunnlng on the sand; "

and .the powerLwhich are imparted by t". Undent'oTO r way of. ,. districts are after their sharer I dar4 to take Ur"driving ," : .

breadth of thought and .ympatby which methods of business to curtail,to.payope- >t And, even''squeezed' ,' her hand. ,1. .
i* one of. th.,orery fine.t mark, ,pfa son ual in. the Urine of.his.... . .
the 'Breamed the .
expense .construction, I that In city
,,of Cot - \ -'- of bis work. More and more *" ;
From whatever standpoint It is viewed pie of the worlteday_ -. >unUaa o8.ed fu* tba coun' "My clove I might declare., BaB,

the rebgion of Jems Christ i* characterised reatricted br the detnaad fos. ] 1002 1 was IllM> lo.l while AdV>ok- with' scornful ltl/ t .bed.'

only for its world broadmindednesa.religion aed'the' It i church. to-d.y looks the Tne some-one'individual tank and is being to do called it ,-"' mll.It road were; )pn,'..a1 her" suitors th.r.,, ,I aad& ' I',
hundred Cteven'b1JI I v .t the .
aeaip'throe baa .
forward to the time when all the peopleof *
all the nations will become the Lord'disciple. of which .equivalent. to f oo.ooq .and lh*> counties Snlplol 1 ,when ilntrude0In : : my ., "

examination of the theories within tb'develop.06.into ashen(hi. best,aft self.: W- a -total-well over $iaOOOIn _, n Manhattan--' set I -.4': % ,+,
which have been set up., in th : conaldrrlosrthe enortnotiavarTdl /'mlgl ,have.!b . "
opposition tor or -. with the everlast t* oas of deplorabriltro W ; >tt en. oelnded I r .
!) kK6nld
ing gospel will diaelme their ewfatlal nay The rules of offices and rtrnesn- "Wt those .he'd. esw .

Townen both a* to idea and life. Intr..t oar% which mdivldual encourage who indd experts.ii. t dlfficnlt and cost y. sections i kt6Try_needs no !rimming-r1 J tk*; ,.
/ with the- 'selected.where
notions held by those who expensive
perfectly,!bnt who is 1 "oA J
stand aloof thins/ tried r
from Christ. how broad I and 1iee'.f.heltereC. >
.1 le QT dratnsgearqncuar7. 4
! strong i. tho form from knowing anything .
pl.t of Chrictian belief ; bills Drth .wlmIID .'j
I In all the world there i* BO creed or eons 4A y.teak. ThrnU o.the which H was at first ADd "In'tharswlm.rrank.fRW ."*
that make bi
s fesuon which i* so ample and liberal andcomprehensive bufliaeo! man ;-wonld be-light, afe'fatt', d
and ati,6ed to-fbecome a man ?! .I pstchelder,,) iln,. J
,; rest as the Nicene creed.- .It i. and thus redoc his life to Important Item. The towns f Smart'Set*"' e'ti'a: qs
not( m what il-aaya and in what'U doe'monev-maker.*ill"like!10 pec year,.toward repairing each ? .
in what
, say it defines and what it re- result 1 u
the direful j Toad .
fueto dell I". Its .;.p ..ion. and it* earn tnsrh .*> State add tbe State does -
reticence are aignlficant and imprssiv' 'In willinriv-the advancement become which s is ne one In MXKJ the total cost pf re ';;:,! MISLEADING.: '
it.technical) term have been reduced to a about I6O.OOO. of which the ; ;
minimum, -and it:.stand.,, a..aa 'unfailingonrce denof the age/the people of >.> .; .Parvenn'-r"Tes, that .'yr ,
te-faeowith fIT.OOor"ne'nce
! f truth and aspiration,whichshallPi State are now face about the nice lamp.-bt' I don't see the ,
i '..T and enrich> all classes of humanity uoi which lately requires crusade a crusade ( mile, ts nearly $100 per,-7ar: 'board- .* *' i '+1
ill the clone pf the lateit ..',' It broadmiededne'-a of the roads
SLM. proposes spite of i :; acme are new T,I don't '
the ,
diyinity of the and Saao-ebrd
Trinity the trinity'
have been
, tot tbe contrary to find many y *ri.
of J BenU .
divinity but you
the ,
not ia forma of pbfloiophy Iean. :
; that-inthis
.n :,!
t ; declares the Fatberhood.e4.Ua4 .Mrs.-.Parvenu-"Didn't you say
nations in additionto'those I : .
the Soniaia-'OfChrl r.lha.prpetual min ,road''ca.r-f Itielf. planotampTWoman's a

r elaborate i-try l of the holy G b.t. bit pot. in the to ply their make daily;time e for theght.n4 well built, and, mSTJitenance : w Companion/, . .
phrases pf the theoioglsn. It first be I .
rnii.t rise -t cost must reckoned -
recrestiofi wit ) "
"Ph 'lde .
? the l virgin birth of J.u, ) of 1ae children of 0 : : : ,
worldwide office and Hi omnipotent endeavor liberty 1 :out Other*burden of:&'!. ::0.
_, .
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"for'u* men and for our salvation" insist / and- No'doubrthe'roajbulld= "*permanently enred.No ate or nervoussee' ',"". .
ant thing are 1'0tl.meat dayS of Dr. Kline's
after first use
devotion.owithout- $bt glowea ot.a ,miatak : kinrdom of God and His '< la immensely populnr/eII pe-' NervBstoror.atrial txtttls and .". '

Gf the church It.of nrnclaius the apoiUes. the'-, but.rithot.* I We We need need His the outlook b dmin Hi. -the smaller towns. It I. felt Dr*B.H.Iu..Ltd.,Ml Arch St..PhUa..P : 'j y :; ;:.
. Improvement must come, and :
i .Ipeculatioa. and dicta of' the ecclesloipP't model Of thought and life. 'Trie'profeMort win hereafter be '
I children- It announces tb, nearness of God' of charscter. His /rowjrtion* do i ot find null l es'cenl, per.) from service, in ipecial eaoe.... ( : tr !

Jil.of endless in every felicity world which and the awaits blessed the The Saviour of -mankind -"| ,t inylel; rftlesj where Aiol touch si. ty-igbt. .e.r..- age..."- \c : ; t ..tI- ., :f
end ilMMrality. '' H : 4;
j. 'style that from pettiness kaown of country road 4
He has redeemed but without f AafcVaaiv pester F..Allsa's
God's largest A.
have us accept r. '
W .
fancies and gueae* end vac ries which onnelve H us to Vet any lan that make the feet 'tfrt. .
"**. .truuthiin to only the hereafter.k will issue at l 11*.t in the .. ,j atl n.'nfy(( iconA try .'"<11.; 'Jt.n. ,Hot.Oa.1 lou, ( : \
> .tee not re. tarkable in would fill ...'ii* mlmft fid Is a'bel$ to air classes and'the IaU.Feet and Ingrowing Nails. '
manner of their statement, but also in with GodVcommaTidmeBt wb1 make new ortteht shoes easy. -* ?
-1"-1 themselves. They..are the foundation on eeediD/broad. becoming more fully realized alt Droggista and stores, U I !and are a.ked to build while we are .tbe plan,of' tb& State roadf cent no Bo. pl. mailed Fa. ,
are, tbe structure of our thought -. y9; Oar rart ... approaches completion. AdOJress, Allen 8 Olmsted. LeRoy,NT.Tk, 1)) <*:
led ,
5tlYe and sfforts should be spae oiu ,God has a place for each one W J1.';
L. accordingly, work for oa..a06' pristtiell' -"" ,poi good turn deserve another' .but, "* : *&
What : ]Te+ :. &
*n akible.erime! I lil i* to, its .fill more than onr i* generally i doe
peet us a '.
tack bent '
.....Jweb a on the score of'Ita *1nsrrownes to do wore than our own ; r\lII\\ ,f rm, Wllkcs",County ,.lam'saroPlso's re Our for . 1'1' rtft /
It the largest .
present in hi. ,
.. is important
I Ids.. one of that 4a account of the .hrink- '
that T.oA
man has known and it present of the ., .
sobered ?
Mara in the largest poseib.. way. Its pertriyal the .urtl.of the. temple' in number'"of:corivfctsf aril, '. .sVMspirBt.Norwtoh.] N. n.14M I e

.divine of Jehovah I. in harmon with Jill were well in theirtime and road trbrk- the commissioner. .A'man never quits being. a boy until
.. majesty; ita account,0f J..u. ,... the 'poor.idow..wbo.had en L lIomll 000 worth tot motherdieae. -
weetnes and reverence'of tbe gospel .hoa1 1. no ... tell II! F St., "ohal');,ita lnterprtation mites f ", : hbblkai' ; iriM' lljeisaldite; ; ,< ,
.the Holy Spirit ia a comforting and infiring .t w.watching, knJ'rlitinlo! ''tW'e'Dt1-tlYe men. With '

/and doctrine for the needs and sorrows fering a" the story ot'ter d4i liID ""nd( I sufficient mnl. FR'EE" SUART"S", I
possibilities of I its 4eclllra'tion .'
,tbs-present has bee..ld the world I
nUtq.WP\o' tJw m-.
of. th* church.mark'It. as a society __ .
of grace-and bte.sin which '*.* foundedfcy ie. .inc.uaen.te'ecln. ;>hopjM t0 Jro'k.elnn ( ti errslt. 5 To all wao iatei.oir''to' the- of k
tho'Lord'' and like a 6Iftntiful ,. II1 labor I. *-* .bo snfr.r'tttb Kidney, .. U I / !
points, to "tbe life/ of the world to earned ) for4hat. hsJU it be .'. :Or Blood Disease,a Uyr.. b&t.Ho"..n' r,+ '1
The** are the deaeeatof all doctrines, thebest gait .. .-Qln and Bnohu U>. great_ ,
'/ 'aiet ,,, I
it ,1r11 .will
irad the bmghteit, the largest and r a*ant abMtlately 'I
..pevtDrtV I1oar..r- .:
mat ubcral.x ',Whoever else they are, they ,"t 'II of may tlres.setrjp tabs eradnallj aUQ" Mention X'N .re Dot contracted or paltry, but aa cath- A confettion.superior wrong.bilit,.i. the tiBrnrw7 fspecially. foi , 'axis wt

i|bIle deed as, oar God religion.and aa'nniveraal the only aa thing man*.,1:11.Jn- makinSpro po..ulOIf.of gTess ill likely to f .'They should take the piact II -- pt

I world that professes to desire the allegiance ..".Uitto.d.,. and to : i rroW tire on the hlsbwaySa'as : O.rl.wtiaris
q '<>*' everybody Ilehe.1.the was notyfghtn.tlle.licb.HA' 'cd be kept.In condition' Wftli SAW IICS p I : "
breadth ofgthq1qvie .terd rope says truly, ,
deptb'aad :
}''j and hei h to h. !, ; Pfnae inhere lseuT'loa lare.wMltl. Ii
'of i Q l bi-sahemed say 1
d'iat Jesus Christ DQ L.rd; It die* '. with Hare a-Dnlvenal Leg am.Reettllnear.LSlaneouueetWorksand ,
iabtn broad tires than
not give .. view* er'ronjectures but only the wroagwhtch POia .a.r= ;
the _maadm 'of God'.hl$ ''ill "a'seeding word that he i. wiser today -. Ire tised. !''"* .'only aoek-KIng; Variable Peed Work ; ; '"yi,.
.. ; yaterda --Therefore' eelled far *CCD JLCT, ovunu. ,,,
broael : the highway; bat thereIWOTWltSl 'weld ,"' .
.biltt to adroit having ITT Un for fall 3 *. .
I t :Thy,Clever ttliOlfIft es make It difB- mere lId the .i" re.erlprlve.lreblara aliwafantnrod by the .
JMt lot pa to defend anything, though w* WI'QIII.tla& eq if I IRON WOItlUI.Wtmtoa-S.IU nii.M.aK % .
bf1t1t1 r 'u *' -
mT b* infallibly sura ef, Its trythfolneas.VB p0n 0.l .* .
sross ssaBiiMr may suseaed .ss tar as '" .

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'" v ........i...."*,,,,../...'"''''' Watch For A Chill. Is Your Life IV'orili 50c ? ;

Epitome of the .Do'AEI I However slight at this. time- of II
AROUND THE, STATEAn '' and Sayings at. and in this climate; it Is the'forerumer ROLLINS .
; : ;
ft of malaria.. A disposition to' yawn, .

;;>>;>.>,r 4El;;>>' pR Floridians '''for the 'week.. ''It and an all tired out feeling even come +1CURE'
before the chUL, Herblneby its WINTER ,
t .o1t. 1f;>NC itfi'AI 7r1iE1r r!10 prompt .
_. -,-- --- .-- ----,_._ .,.--._'-. . stimulative acton on tho liver,' drives
1D..boPD7 the malarial germs out of the system,
A from Africa .Tae
log '
E".aloaRecord: Mr. J.- l: Ingra- '
',\imported through Pensaoola, Tuesday ham left yesterday fortbesoutheroend purifies the blood; lones up the sys ,! l j .

Mid was Valued at 28000. of the Penlnsulaon a tour of Inspection tern i and restores health., BOb aOsoeola "
-II- School Music School +
The commissioners of Al&Co, and to watoH the process of the drainage Pharmacy.. Preparatory ,
operations going on in that 1eCJe'Lion
-> ,hua county have purchased 'lDpleWt'ollt.d' under the'directton and expense Art School. Schoot, of Elocution, .i
of good road machinery and willbegin of the Land De .rtmentol the Florida 0000000000KALOLA

,work on their road at onoe. East Coast nalr"Just U. will go &. Business. School, School of Domestics andTeachers'
far Cutler.,. at the .
tobacco. fever ha broken out In as present
work of ditching the prairies south of ,
earnest In' Leon oonnty. A 50,000 Miami has been interrupted by a 're- Class. .. Industrial Arts.: Ha* Carod Thou.aads. Milt'I" +"

'opnoern ha bought land :and will be ourrenoe of heavy rains, a rather unusual er.t&uae4 Mineral. Water 'curci You.

gin cultivation at once.St. .. thing for. this season. of the ........'* Natnrat *tea e4y.. ki
1 about to year. What work has been accomp W. F. BLACKMAN PH. .p.. PRES. If you are troubled with kidney or ,
I John county, too. H bed is very satisfactory, however. A combination crystals containing , bladder. troubles,, such a* dropsy ;
take active steps to build! hard, 'surfaced Since the rapids were blown out New the medicinal propertiesof Brlght's disease, catarrh andlun. f"
road*. The commlilionen will River has changed from a sluggish the waters of four noted mineral the bladder, albumen In urine
'probably levy a three mill tax for the current to a rapid 'flowing stream and springs. Cures Constipation - healthy deposit or too frequeut, di.aod .
thousands of acres. of lands hitherto Indigestion Stomach. Kidney -* < > { baek
purposerFuller untUl.ble'.re' beIDJr. drained. Liver and Dl.4dertroublel.rake .. C. A. CARSON ..r..1...... ._ N. C. ...,....rJ'. <| bladder, dropslodiswellingo the 4

earth baa been found in the Much work of this nature has been :' feet and legs etc to..f we guaranteedthat
,northern part of Madleoncounty. done and the danger of loss from overflow TIIE: by using'- : TLh's i 8..e.Kidney $
has been minimized. KaM Six Dan sad'Eat will be effected._
Every day It'* something new. .This greatly ; a complete cure
"" Asytblsc"Yo* W....?. Price, CO cents and $1.00. For ,sale
'COU t.7 certainly ha a Irre.tuture.Ma4iaon Do" not fall to standby your' own Waters & 'Carson Grocery -Co. II by Osceola. Pharmacy. ....,. 1 '
Recorder. town and community. Don't try to

: Is said'that there, are four men in drag everything down because >you A teaspoonful dissolved In--a- .''' '
Jacksonville who haven't yet ..pokea'of.ol' canIhsveeverythingyour way. Many /glass of water makes a delightful WMOlooal sad stall Dealers. !. < AniericanBcautyand
section has been from and "
a kept prospering inexpensive asperlent.'rrics
.announced themselves; 'for.t.ate "a because eovlouines- and -Jealousy !
', office In 1904: One Ls' the editor prevented 'men ,.of medloore ability -]Oc ltd $1.00.- .G.R. -CER.r.E'S: : F, C. Corsets

/ of the Metropolis, another 'city editor from doing their duty. Of course a For sale at all drug stores or - ... ,

of the Times-Union; and the other two broadminded feelings person against will individual not let personal deter sent by maUl postage .paid, on Exclusive

are In ,Jail pending an appeal 'to the him from doing his full share towards receipt ceo i COUKTY: AaeMTS PO., _- '-' designs j and. J

.Supreme court.-DeLand New., the growth and prosperity of KALOLA COMPANY i fashion-
his county, town or district. Always ..Y...... Ga.' II A YGKA1N-. CRATES latest
: 'I Celebrated Fertilizers
An Immigration bureau Is to be established do your fullest duty on all- occasion .- I "'1m rble models.
' at Lake City. Cola T. J. -DflSoto County Advertiser. ETC. Over 90 new

Appleyard, of Lake City, ba been In- .. Clrc...... a.d prices .. and up-todate
atumental securing this organUa D tT. IVTOTFETTfS nflS? P.r....... oa Anus.leer.EtI'DES i. .rr T.. styles to select ""

'"Lion for Florida:. .The'company will from. Made

have a resident agent"IDN.w'' '' York from selected ,

k ... who will see that the deslreable 1mmUrrant FUBS WOOL |i wear..weJlfabdcs ?

t *" are sent" south and not And 1 a
"switched oft" in the large cli ec.Penesogla . pair I' 41 '
Dally "New.: ''Two'Jail: (TEETHING.. POWDERS Country, ':rodL\ioe. a, Bpoc .. y.: \ has our liberal I'

breaker from DeSoto county, :"for w...,..,.", A_..-.....o.A .rays' .......nuns.....arses.... .r.eewt.r.ts.w Aa.. M' guarantee.Ask .-
tw.L "" "Jif fi'l: w._s.. r.W ... ne,.. .
whom the sheriffs DeSotoand Hills- -...."-"....-...-... -....---+ dse..Ma...-T1..a.'": rf U a .... "' ,. to see
..__.... ._ J-I ___f .. '
.' borough counties have been looking __...., .....aN.as11. o+. _bw w w 4.w .... .....MI.... meSi them. L'l.K.
. since last December have written a ....... srA. .rM,1 r .n

fetter to the Ulllsborough sheriff telling Kalamazoo Corset Co.

p ,him _'that'. they'are''in'Germany.

y? 1 They said they' let the sheriffs "know High Grade WhiskeyKentuckyr .oh..I...
where they .ere''in .order'that they I Public Sale of Shorthorn and Here- 'KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN
\ ,could save the trouble' of further Sold ..d .*..sams d.. bvH.

t ''useless search.Martin .:- u ford: Cattle -- .. -(O. Stanford, { '

. Luther, a colored, resident, .
: ""'was.knoxjlced down, run 'and in- .
over 1 will offer at settle:. !. Ocats. Sptibr 9. 19O3 mbMt fifty k..4 of
,Btantly killed, Thursday evening by ................ .".-.ra4. k.IU e4 ews Meet of th.. era MOW In mf .

'the .south bound p..aeertr.ta. Luther ........... They will ko tkon .(hly s.els..t.d. sad will bo c.ara>too4. r-AND '

had been ill for several days,and. .C.l>wt trot Teats fovor, or sir ....... for .!. _..... after date TBEDFORDS''
intended of_... A.*lo kotles .. tko dots for tko Ml. will ko aivo tkroask tko, rraE: : .
to the 9:40 train the E.R.LtBBY
_go on : to .
'- ........v.. Wrlto for tall ..rtlo.I.... -
;"'; hospital! at St. Augustine.: He was ( t P. 'MANAOEI t

sluing the edge of the I. C .. .
.w-: on platform by CRAMBIISS. calsj *- BUCKNUGt
'the railroad track when struck by the -
.' I now hsve the 1arlt8lt'.tock of Wines Whiskies .
I, .steps of. the engine and.knocked. under .
\ the wheel of the train. The corouer ever in Kissimmee. All "

;--..* ;; ,'. Jury'found that..Luther-..bad.met:; QQ VV. VVV QQ VVVVVVWV grades at prices to' suit the times. ; .

., ..1 hls'death through carelesipesa pa...his -- :" -
;, own part.-Lake Worth News. I; THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA $ : .. ,

"i1.1:: TRACE: A SPECIE:
Dunusllon ; ,
'.. Aug.1 8-r-L. P. Sear, - TXL
: ;:;Manager for W. T. Harg-rave's cur (Exclestvety! for Make) J '

,( /killed fjMtlne| by firm Deputy-was Marshal shot and Frank instantly Allen, S; Twentieth' Year Beginning September' 22nd v 1903. ." A.. K. : BHARDKN, .Proprietor.A.T.BUTLER .. saved Thedfcrd'i doctors'Black-Draught bill<<""' for prop than fcas-

YJ.. M4o'clookihasfternoon.. A Hep haiftade SEVEN FOUIl-YEAR COURSES.-Agriculture./Chemistry Civil "' sixty Tears. For the common family
( 'an arrest, ,and started to ]jail Engineering Mechanical engineering, General. Science, ailments, such as constipation; a
? ..'.with'his prisoner, when Sears :"over S :Two years' course In Mechanical Arts. One years' .CI.IIICI.-1 indigestion hard oolds,bows!odor

"took him and demanded him to release'his ness or Stenography and Typewriting. preparatory plaiats.headac'ebitile and fever bilimw
ness, hes and other
or two "years, as required for those desiring such like
: \ prisoner Allen refused and ", short course of five week in Agriculture or Horticulture. Post grad complaints BO other medicine isneoe.rsryt
'i.rt t".Sears commenced shooting. Allen atjj4onoe courses are also offered.' The dormitories. are under the imme invigorates and reonlates -

returned" fire, striking him twice Slate. supervision of Instructors who make' every effort to infuse In- E tbe hoer aTtiits dlffestioa. .
: students a spirit which lead to high mental moral and phys' stimulates action of the kidneys;
killinghim. ",
;' Instantly. Times'
'.h -: development. Fine GIW1..lumelrUl.tlve and corrective A poriAes the blood, and purges the
'UDloD-- . ; gymnastics required of all students. Fine modern building and first A bowels of foul accumulations. It
'' -- Tuition free Florida ALES: WINES eorei liver ooppUfot.! << indirection, M
a :'The Montieello ; Iews1< aoo\} .. the class equipment. to students. No fee* 6 BRANDIES 6 (sour stomsch diulnAai, chills, y'

perpetrate For catalogue, address, T, H.TAUAFEKRO, C. B, ,,. D* PrnUcst. rheumatic pains, sideache., 'beck- W
S. Mk- City, L. WHISKIES :: ;;, : .L ,.f che,kidnetrouwea.oonsUpation.dJMrpPV
legal to1 J liiliousness, b'"dotd.
opinion as certain, ezlslstiog: piles, H
a n d hQIstha.Thedford's.!t1l. Vrerydrug-
A'. onditlon, In Jefferson 1
...v county: "Offl- E E Black
'", '.10"cenr tn.. 1&w'.re ...}I8Cted, to do O'ArlQ' AND rO ACCOS in 26 cent J16 kane and-in Ihaagbt mammoth -

./, their duty. Until they do their duty she for 'l.
(we "dnty+' ls unperformed and a,duty! ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. sifostUute. Insist on having the-
-' performed : ollglalJ iBtf by the Chattanooga
: reader, It; Imperative .
: nlNl4r the officer to perform : Baldy ._ SCgEDVLY. nr f:ITECT: ,IMY w, nws.TATIUM8. A dnheuser us bBeer'L A X III Com 1 v-a -......riii -

.: /. '_ :"A': duty unperformed remains .40 It.I ., 21 a 1.hiller.fer McMklktst {
750.:8 011' 1H....... ,. .... ...........L Tsmpa.y..t.'r...... (7110 ON DRAUGHT. ANtS IIOT'TLED .. madkln" La .
faatuonded: to until 'thin! ,duty IsMTCormed. 818. 'I 07p ";,_...'...\....{.......L......:.ant Lit'....,,.n... .... .......... Ar .22. O 4M1p aIIp L ..M f., and oaXontnern aai.\ t
It the attention"of: II 40. aMp L.,,............... ........,. La"elaocr..i........................ Ar 640a flep ,. say NdrI I t l r
ofis 10.\.l1l17p .Ar.... .. r...JU, .... IU..lmm....'"._.. ;.. ........ ..Ly tOf. 't7" 0 ban found .uy fit 'wahl fiT
tO& le4'to' ':neglect of :cer- JO lit a 120;. ..r. ..i.i'h.. -.\t". Orl.odo...,:.....".. ..,... +.,,.LY .20. 7 JP only be In' kiuimmhe on Broadway 0 J- yon I IIevt kept 9tea.m' hd t''
''''i'dutiesthose<< ; '' 11 110. 1m. +1M .t' ,.i,.. .;... .a.oford.--.....n.. .....Ly 120. 626p t" t, at the BRICK' BAR ....1MeIIhy r wtth .
duties .. .. . BUILDING -lied&
may possi- 12lOp 1 62. 'Ar ....... ...l..onnae City! Jaoed"D.. ....,..,....Ly 12sa: II :
..._+.** performed,". The wisdom of 11101' ......u .... ..........'.. ..'......... ...,....n."...>.\...,.,.......Ly .,..... 1 SOp al0 0', _O Drw..... .J. GREEN, .9kwipt, La.r ,
I.Vp 460. ....r.h: :,.,. ..PRIMk..u. ............ ...,.Lyl1
tide legal opinion 1* at once apparent. .1101' race .Ar....:.........,...11114..,.,.. ..""... ... .......RC........_....,...... 110.OIIP. iSp lisp

ri .Sunday' morning two negroes, -John : 00a tv.. .;t.G.......',....'".. ...r;......:..>'.BTATIONrt iTai.,...........-,......,. ....L.... ,........Ar 10 111-86 ftp.: T. BUTLER
Lowe ,ands Carrie Fowler; notorious .0. L9.. .........V---.'*.... .........1_......... ........ ...........Lv slop
i ?
I tea i.T'T t- ,,...,; ..._.,,..Dade CnIr ......,................. ..,..:...,..1>\' S Wp
,. 'CharacterpfEastBartowor.negro 12OtILr.....".... ... .. .....i....,, ....,... ..,lsrook.vnl..n..I........... ......,..........Ly 4 A6p C QcQa-DCCaCQQQaa;;;;; r Geor2ta i Florida
;.. town, became; Involved a row 11SOeLv..,.................... .Lee.b.,...,.....'......... ....,.. ... ...v4op .:
over 11up Lv...,. ..... .iV..i. Oeal&1' .. .. ,..JI........JJ H.Ly I !
mall dog.; The, woman, it ".seems I ,I *>p Ar.....;. .,...;.;-..., : r..t*,"m. .....;..?..:....i....,...*...*..:rr:LvII top 0Up ::eAD:., .A.T
'l:I 00p L"...._............_...........wi..libtb tlprh.pit..b..o.... ... .L" ilea .
va.'lestiag a room from i Lowe and 'I 20p L"........... ......... ...... ....."........ _Un 0.11. .:...;.. ...?.. T10Me "SUWANtite "IV.. ..
:wanUxJ upkeep the'dog In 'the j 1"1' LY.. .. ..,............. ..,... ...j 11'.upoae..i... .... .a.. .................Ly 0' 640aAI .2.ut.
)', room. . ..S..:..,............,.'... 0 ,'''.\,,, ................ ........Lv 740aW BCHtDULKa: IN K1TKCT JANUARY.
r.;,f9 !this Lowe objected. aDd.'eurhe! TAT.ON&. MAYNARD" LUMBER CO. IIIOIf.

'. 'woman. She became infuriated'and' ''Jl.w.f Ieep .L'Y............'''. ;i1...":.(," a ......i.a..r ..n.......Ar 10 1II\p..81H1&..'...,... 1> S'SoT'm"' Qulok' pep ,
.. .
] ... .
. .07. ,, Irn..y.. .. ...'rri.u.,4. ..PI..CIU.....,.n........ .. ..... .Ar 14 ap..m ,
Ii :commenced tb apply Vile epithets. at. .7 00. asap Ar......... .........................l&fId A..1'.w.n,;...................L",, I 2/p". 8U, '' *i \ LV J""boIlYIII. ".." .Wpm "t *- s
tIme '' 7lA 1e 27p LT ; ...........u..berbw ....,.,......................Lv 7 s I ArVnldoeU.. ... 11 II 7 6 a..
.i1, :Jthe'same procuring a; knife. .. .p.. ". 1111II. .Lv..1.. ...:;_1.. ...'.... :.A".cale ......."...;,;..,..,,.......Ly .5lip.r.sop .00s... I Saw and Mills. ArTlfton... ... UROainSMan Pili 1811I a r J ,
.., .Lowe'plcked up' apiece, of scantling .'...... 111II. Ar........... ...........'P.nt.Oordi ',..'.:.......I.. ....L" t 0l... t Planing I ArCordele. . .. :I UO ami.12e0pm. _
:, { -1I6 c ArMacon ..... II ,
bTA oN& .
about two feet long and, advanced; "on .emp: Lt...**. ...w.. .................,,,.........Tampa.....,.. .i..............,:;..Ar .UJI sooa 'I c. or eel 10I II&.
...Lt:i the woman. When In atrlklng1,distance -' Hop .A!..,' :.....'.,.,....*.,,..7.,',... r. ttlnedy.; :.0..1,1?..,.,....................;...Lv S3 a NOw in operation':' Complete :douse Bills Furnished. I AeA1i'o.aa,4": ". 728. .. 7/6pea f\
i >. she'ran under the uplifted, ha.od'' .............. .. ... Yellow and. Pitch. Pin--:-Tlmber ..andLumber of-all. Kinds.3mti3333 f Ar Cb.t..o... ........ 1 00 n'm
7 Oa ..
sop . .. D4 n. Tampa Ar .. ...........!! OO, 4 <'" r Ar Naah llu?;....... I R
: 180 II lOp...:.. ............ . Llni........ SOp Stonm 40e
raised her arm and plunged the knifeinto' ;. .IDd Uo. it Pvtonbor- Lv lad .. ...... s OTa 4 :eD S :: ILL. c."To 4 ..
..,. ........,.... . .. .. Up RO : I, a..II.
t P'L".L..I-r.
I .6 JOp. ; .. kCl.tT$L'flster.burg Ar.A C L..i. ... .h..... 8 SUa. Ar It&. Lout.?.. ... .
t i he. right aide;: of his neck, ',f"". S S7p v ........ ,.....rer..a 0 L Arhllalr L" A (J L....,......l..1.: .....:;:.-. 7 4is...... I ArChlcago ....... .. 102 m 7 It 'I"
-frlDg'tJ: vein. .f-. 4 top.......,,.,...,...........A 0 ArCI."a&er LY A V L........................ 7 SOa... .. MAYNARDLUMBER 11 Warn i"iI
jugular, Lowe died: .. ............ . . . : ;, CO.flrf1UTmfl1rfrmntmintlnrtmfhTfamflinminnujI. i
'' ,' e1NptY,'" AOLAtDuu.dlnLvA04 .. . ... .. '......, 7 DOa..,, ATLoul.rlne.: : .: ...
\,, _a--few.pliautes.-Dartow Cr-"k.: .;, .!...'%li>p.......'.i.\I O I Ar Tarpoa Bprlgna Lv A OL.......,.. bee. ....?.. I AroinclnuatJ...,4...... T fl Sin IJMpm 1 :
I 78 ( XI: S3 M 8S" 31 78 .. .1. II., II. 4 Wan>
'. S ft'.p S lOp S JO Lv.laekaonvllle Ar S one 11 Mp Lv Ar Chloaco. .. .. ..
A KUISr I OOp SMp Jaekaonvllle ArSsoa' 9 ii ...
;; .
', rlont ; .. ...
(" JO (lOp top/ flnXa-Ar. W., Lv 0 lOa 11 Ma 6 lOp Hrp Ar VaMoetaS L" -or-- .
..J. ,;:r.'ii". oJ; ,Meotfioaeryt''. ,ruzlcO 1 IAa 1 .lOP, i| sop AT' Savannah t* S lOa I. 4Ua S lop '100. .Ar Thom..vl'. Ly 10114 trains from Jac"aoOYllr .,
'.fi.1"Wayne;' : ;easesUa.','''.". Htea; -f.4,! .have, .. >>- {i top Aw Ar Wilmington CbarteMon I Lv74&P >v 11. Ifta emp. H S4 OS p a ,Ar Ar,,BlrmlnBbam Wootfrotn'ry Ly !' J ' :" ' ' '" Tnlol"tiSff11Local from.DOnIa Pal.tll&' from DOOoecl.1 Jacksonville Valdc.ta b. M.oon with. 1t,

"' Iyittie'tw'jflr'le( wbohsve''bean'bothered {'' 7IOp .Ar. Nub"' ''. t" .<.. sleepers Dixie riYer
4ao Ar Rl!hroon SILv depot .
.74Ap 04
with Worms all their lives. 11 4Op' lOa Ar Washington :> S 4JIa. ISa'Ar p .. Pllllm.o Bnll'et lIotI11:80 a.m. f 1i
J. Chleago >-oo o eletglp! Cars
I 2IIa a 1. Lr .
Ar 117. 9111. IromJaek.a
':irted every thlor to'relieve'thtlm! which t o.\a 11 rip Ar Philadelphia; '.y" 4Sa 11 55* J, :>>. Ar 8& Louie L" I tbp f 'UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER I ehenp to of 81.can Loull liD 111.1.vie above. roots wthou'!
... \'faUed': 'J.Juaecl'Wblte", Cream'Vermlfugei.'theflrst' r 1 lse 1 Mp.Ar New York..,..LT-. 2IIp- S 9Sa! 7laa .Ar Ar I Loulnllie T.T, Lvjiiap I 00. C . i.i .!PLLLIIIZ01-: ' Without lIOao'.lIoe.I.lecpe, oben.. ,. 0. rl...,... tralo train w.1110 Chle&1'11110 S'n

:: 11 Ua Lv _M_ For '
: two doros Vonuorn'r .bodlll.I _
: : brought Ar' IT '
.. to' 41Ap 4!' )( *11. Lv' I 2IIp p'' E CJ..A.SX: cB :AND' OOlr'X'JCiTO S I m.uo.. eddy. .. and .oth. hog.,.
.four'worm from one of them the next 'Up .AI' M wOr>e.'.' Lr. .aoa ,.

. J.,; :two; doe, twelve, one <5f them tneasnr.latC "T/ROUeN CAR 8..108. Ladles and Q nu' Burial Eoies.: : J Or'DIUIZJOSPuwnterAent,26RW,"

....,:;/ t. h..lacbe.r.tba Pthe!: ;child was -'Train.Stand IS earry Pallmall.'oepon between Mew York Jaakaonvfll and Port Tampa (0 .' NCBJJNB FtmNITpBK AND A. ..RHODES, >TlMe,81.1'...
;;;e .
between 0
jlnveareerrloelkroofh BaTaacah and
Jersey City dar ooocbea ...... P rUfaaH.n '.,
:'' relelved four.wonnso; Jl is .. j. k. '.. BTANDABD 4.tnMaocna.
only : ; amost "tII. and WMhlorton, Pullman 8teep, ..D. 78 and 21 betweenT.Jaokaonvllla ? SEWING JUCHUlE8. : I '" .0..
>>excellent ;-medicine.". ..White'sCream York and JaoluooTllU and Chleaav ,.1&11...;&Dba...*. __ and Mew E. ORDKRS: BT VAIL ORTXUOBArB: Ko"
; .'" ........ ... i Pity >Showsi.
\ -Omul UO leave Punts Gofoda for Fen It, sod ft.rmWlal.lwdlsp Aan : J" ATTlUmOM... .. .
; Vermifuge is good for chlld ".11&8..7., .'f ntDnlolll..". .. "......... rANnaPustsOoede4p.m. ;;. .a E"G.1VaK"' DOltg-E=:rAlsIStrA1i1 ';;. -"For 'ears fate w.. after '
..... f au.. con.
Key were aa4 lievana Port Tarp. 8end.ry To..ta"end ,FQANiT0A1. tlnuOU.17''.wrltea '
Tharda, .
liens .It1: ,not :only e t.r07.worm.r Taroochor PaU..atall1..pweJe&"oolll'ort Tempe aM4 New.York vlaboeb 11p.m. ; t .' ,,;;;e beaa :I'.A. Gull dwe. Vu.
: AUaallo t Islas :AQktrT AI..
It;.help* the;, child to"perfeott;'(rrowth,, end: eon- {aTl.oSSpHrtiand: ; .r..;(...bu. t.fnneatlra.In r' ,......roaervatIoniola.ealloB- I'.; . P1t41ililtNldt-" it
\.rd. o.ff.: y{.sloknesi COo. 'at'Osceola, TJne- \1011"......a.. ..'T.OOLL1xR110., 01 vlaloo.aeeenaer.Axnt, Ta_...!Fie. Coast. failed i.KI'
fc* W.J. CKAJO General .. r
;, N 1 inl' ,. < '. II.X.*kwuOM Traae' .1 1 J jU1 UU14$41ill1i144ili/t m..soda rood. for .
: '; :, ..., . *, . .. ,, Wnc.01-.)w,c..J :' 114ii/41/1NlN4 $ ? moll ilaID.., Burns and'aU"";
1 Oa
err nr l t ) ;j.. ? r.rS"dli!:. #* 4i a.; \: Phaemscy, Ubo, at ..
J. .
tJ'. .. ':!''' ''kli'tt. .., i'" a:;." :/;* Cllr N. JI 4'G, .. .. -I' "'

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