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 28, 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: VID00087
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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1 Tribute of Love. KillED '' :ThisIs.Wtaat.pood.: Roads ,Will_ o.1| ,
B i Inuring/ the recentTlslt; to Columbus, "'.... Every countryman ;>hp oOmes'ln
Oa..of Mr,'. E. F.Hali. and daughter over the.Six-Mile. Creek road beoomisentbu'slasifos'on

Items' from the Soilthepi .Miss In. Clough; their room was en- Another'Officer ShotThere'LastSaturday ',; the..subject.of. good; '

f, ,Short t./I'' d.-by a lady boarding. at. the sauie Night.t'unta roads and:; the;'county?Comi..loners, : ", State;BankofKissimmee

part\ of. the Comity..\ ;; place, who' 'after. .spending a short. . \ who are always uDder 4 ,, __ .

We are having some unusually warm wbilewith, them, asked" r.or. few sheets 6orda August,'22,. Whiletrying get. a rest from carping or't' ;croll..Ilre'l' \' .; '/..". '
weather in'this part.jofthe country\ 1' of,, paper which she said ''would be re? ; to arrest ''a. drunken and. disorderly are recipient of. unstinted -

it were not for a 'shower occasionally f turned lee. day or' two.'. Thinking ; youhg'man, Charles E. Williams the'pratlcal and rapid road building Offers to Customers Every Facility

,1 think'we all would die of heat. '. sh desired to write !a letter' Mrs. Hall. a. deputy Sheriff of this county; now being .1n' ururat.ed.l1" along. 'the r
lecher have the and in due.time line. COlIslstcnt'.wlth Sound Management..t1 '
ames.Alderman' of Ft. Pierce paper was' shot; and fatallywounded; this .

Mrs...visiting J her parents',, Mr;' and It was' returned .promised, but.. to*: morning( .by trio oampanion of the man.. ,Political. .differences are, overshadowed .- . ; T.-i: - ,.-- .-.*'. .
is now tor surprise It had. been written upon.A ] he'was attempting\ to arrest. by the good that ii being aocom -Attent'ioir '
Personal Business 11.1
:Mrs. H. Alderman,, who. reside on to All ,, IntrnStea! .t.<: ..;-
" : closer glance and she read tbe; caP-i M.. F. W..lket'.t.enogr; i pber. for pushed for the whole country, The at'
Broadway.- tlcmvas above.,, 'Twas then the'' intentions Baxter & Co. got"; on a drunk last wonderful Increase of values. in real '1 ':.' ,' .

, Mr. J. S.,VV alker has Just"gotten( In of her friend In asking', for' the night/ ;'acted In'to;' disorderly manner estate; :along( the paved>> roads and the )' N., B., : -OAI, SON, oASHir. ...:' ,,,

a new stock'of-goods.and can, supplythe paper'were revealed. ,,. and this. Is what all through the' night. This morning; radical Improvements' that, are keepIng -

wants; of ever, one, t she read: at; 4 o'clock Deputy Sheriff Williams pace with the--road "building will '. .

Mr Ed UnderhiJ, ZtbaAddison andMlsses.AanieAddieon *TWM a sultry da,..*>>. flwt of Jane, and Policeman Langford. approached ' l In themselves pay the interest on. the . , '-

returned not many and days CuthberjUnderbill ago ,'-Two J.iwt; trmvelun M, th*can cam.South Went within Florid down our;' town gates 1, him under Williams arrest. and essayed.;. to- put bonds'New.houses,... ;. ences.m1aacl: It-. .-,.-.-. .. i.. .'.,;..lI.-. I...... .i .........014.. .. .'. f l1.. .... ?:.--tii'7i'" .
. From a ifntaU, w'They :
from an extended visit; among friends and 1 Walker had a. shotgun,.and'''showed piifout; in fruits trees and larger farm ,THE
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and relatives; at; Midland., Ft. Mesde Allhrh'ot-ctoppud to MM npwal they I/ flgbt. As the officers closed in.ipon operations'are; -everywhere in v

and Dartow., ; ':For they were tired iw thi.y oontd ba him, E. B. Polk, ,who' had been with; evidence. Nor, are. the farmers 'the KiSsimme ice Compaiiy: T'
The "cow bon"leh, on Sunday'' for .AM .day wan near I''.01.....; Walker through/ the night! interfered. only beneficiaries, ,but; as"the thrifty. ,

, ,-* two; weeks trip; in the woods. 'They They ware a mother. fed Usuuhter.fklr.. In order to subdue*the offender, the Farmers. haul their produce to' the city '' .
shall be"mlssd' "greatly during, their ; Tli oiu with form and grace. deputy sheriff clubbefl Walker on,, the they, exchange them' with, the Is. Now Retidy'tor, Business :j

ablence"e.pecl..Ui: "Arnle." With pM.wnt.mfle" and genial waJ'll. head.Polk "was enraged_at, .this,, ..nd. merchants for good to their famlles. TAKE' THIS'METHOD '
And eb.r.atsr. ran drpioted U kler fMM, INFORMING THE:PEO
Where -;
it whole
.'"t/Alderman leaVes! Thursday :: drawing revolver ..hotWUU&m.: formerly required a WE '
Mrs.for 8 Tampa. ''where she ;w111 'pur- 'HOT eyes,they ar.'a light.-wil gray, In the right side the' ball lodging Inthe day to plow through the deep) sand of Klssiramee.and contiguous territory, that w4'are no v ,-

I And' spine. with a. small l.d of country produce manufacturing a superior quality of ice and solicit theirpatronag, '
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entire stock of fall goods.Miss Nlehtengale'.
' her Her voiles U like the "
.Addlsoa ;. last ,.AA1".n.lnda !of old. .. Other persons ran up and'captured the same farmer'.oanr: .now come' in for the same At large, expense ,wehave'equlpped our.""plant ;
Pauline spent ; platnttvatheagaln. ,*' the two. men. Williams died. 10 with a full load land .return to his ''with the) .. est machinery-that money could buy'' and. ;are highly"
week at Plercetown visiting" her sister, So One sweet,klmo end feelii to weep i ;- A. M, .farming'operation In a.lew hoursj- :pleased with) the results of the trial that has, ben .given. It this ,

;:.Mrs. Welter, Pierce, When forth her very eonl the poare Walker and Polk were .taken to. Arcadia The road. '" great stimulus' to week. We are profoundly,grateful for the encouragement! so far

Mr. W. A. Roebuck expeoti to leave In milody .o Hoh and d.eotp.', jail by Sheriff T.Fielder, and truck farming in all;>errltory: near given us and shall endeavor to'merlt'a continuance' 'your, goodwill

'in a. few days, on a. bu..ine.rIp to the; mother:,a tody two soors and ten) + locked up: There' was talk:+ of mob these paved thoroughfares. Insteadof : and patronage by' straight dealing.,down: ,weight and first-class: ,' {

Klssimmee. Of r..
Mrs. J.; S, Walker entertained at; WIll bait M dark. the.........'*wing', moved for safekeeping.-TampaTrib- boon to coming generations.. ..... 'aatisfactory.( Free' delivery by our own wagon or .thatt of Mri 'J, ::
'"Flinch" Friday evening from !8 ,to In which_re.a thread of silver le_ ume., .The good road. movement; will ,'M.." Oa.nb1er'who; will handle.our, product- : '. "*

11 o'clock. Among those present; were' They....1.0.... the.ummee vwtatiua- _. prove an open .sesame to, the hearts t Very-respectfully.. 'e
'Misses Charlotte Milton. Latitla Parker And "* a filmIa"'aa'-I..tIoD' muia. Suicide. .Prevented.-" .. of. the people of .the 'county.,' Insteadof I-D. W. SUMME. I..lNf;

Caddie.Alderman, Messrs Willie For eomvthlng the daughter rare.They The startling. announcement-; ?apreventive the occasional ;'o -team.' that; ,; PHONI. 101 Manager. :;, *
Wesle Al- of sutclde had been discovered formely'wepded their' ....S
Walker, Frank Walker had heard of a Lamed profI', ; wearyway to r ; =
Misses Carson and Bass will interestmany..A; run'' down this city we now have modern Vehicles f
'Vderman and Who,though(null of use,wa the poeMweor. ,
Lot Fort Myers. During the evening 'Of a brilliant mind,and,' ....Inetnutor,. system, or despondency invariablyprecede drawn by speeding) teams, 'driven . ,
.:Me..... Alderman and Parker render-. I know bU equal<*hard to end.. > -suicide,' and ,something has by the J hrlfty fruit 'growers or'their
- beautiful vocal and Instrumental Florida ollme been found that; 'will-prevent; that condition refined, famllles.'wYborCity Cor. tin '
-* d several Ho they came here from thrfr ; ,
selections on'the piano. "which): To*M this talented pr6fo.ew , which makes suicide likely. At; .Trlbume... __ ,' : \ ,.. TRE5S' COLBIJESTJJI.D .|( ;
well time .
'\ -were enjoyed immensely: Who ean Celia sway sorrow a a* the; flrst hough of self destruction take .
. And can Uauh all made M wan a4 rhyme..: Electric. Dlt.t.ert.n': being a, great. An Unpnbletaed Section

",, W'"regret to \\e..rnt.bat.w..halliooD And now an we are eoon. to prt,-perbapi forIf tonic and nervine ,'wU1' eD'the, She following ext; a. '4 which'has nbt .-.o-------ar ,.. '
of charming, ladles. '
'loose one our, ( young -'I nerves. rod build up'the system; ,.; It's been generally published f..,from the '
tbe wed-
almost bear' .
We can d..wtUw..Ued toobeT-
< also a great; Stomach, Liver and Kidney the deliveredby
: speech on negro question
E dtng bells ringing i now; Allow us to out To;, good sheer wtahM them on and their lore way.To we .doth give- them regulator 'Only 50ov; Satisfaction; ; John Temple Graves before the assembly JIEOJLI.PLl nr WJlsm{: ,

| icongratutate yon, Mr. U: on celng sofortunate tholr oonklng Osoeola Phacmacr. at PolntTChautauqua: :: ,' N. Y, : ,
him who awalta .
; in wtnlnina of such No pleeaurmPan.uMo.t I 'Tne problem of this hour is in its Inception a' Yo

.a.llnel.s..J'QuDZ IldY, ,,.- ..,_ __ pL M.-ot'wll.and4.nghter....o .... Cheep Excursions: .- -. ndJnJ it.laot; a.. prob' FOBjITlDi. '
Our school will open,, within a 'few I Which to him will ee n\ permdln: $25.50--Hot,Spring,' Ark"1 and"re, lam of the races. ':

I days ana we are expecting' a large atI I Although they_'UII.Ut"'DI"I'' 'o. turn, Wednesdays and, Suturdays ThY; problem of today, is but( a foretaste "" < ,
I 4endanc4 this year' We are pleased. I Wr DOW pan with tbem ae frlenda, *" ; good foi" slzty. da".,' .: of the problems-jet to comet It 'f" ( .\
no know that we shall bare two of And wbMthem a Cod+p..d homeward lOi.'TO San Franclso and 'return : "
bell-broth '
I..poonfulladl"dfromtbe 'f
To tlrown'
i .Arcadia*- most accomplished teachers, ., July 31 to AUIrU.t.\'I3_ ; good 'return16 of ., i JCHY. .
"Prof, Hawthorn and Ml,.. Freeman: Tbe' Death ; I "' "
Penalty.: : ing October It Is easy enough i tio"be' an'.optimist. '; ORAPE 'JUlCE,; ,. ;

Bassenjter. Reporter. J. A little thing.sometlmesre.ult.'in U'l.oo-.To; MaJletta?, Bowden Lythia 1t( one'does not. think,. And it_Is immensely' ... .: : "L,:' ,'! ''I"y ', And all the latest anti,'f'1" :- .... '. :::,,' .
death Thug mere scratch insignificant Springs Lula.,' Gainesville, Oa. ; popular.. But it Is not always ' . ",
A Worn Killer. : Y <,.'iu',,moot .perUlei' ': J. A. J. Montgomery! ; Pnxlco, puts or puny bolls have paid and return: good until October 31. brave or right; Nor am I a pessimistby ; -M i' rthtsi; 1 .

|"Wayne Co.; Mo.- ''writes; "I have the death 'penalty.' It I*'wise to haveBuokleD' {19.HO-Tallulahfalls,. Mineral Bluff/ temper' :little twin girls, who have'been both. .. Arnica' Salve ever., handy. and return; good until October 31. But; all thelogUfof all the tunes tells off." "
It's the best; Salve. on earth and will 131.45-Mamoth: Cave ';X ., 'and .. .. '
: return me'that; .re entering \Upon a. periodof -
all lives. I
their A
red with worms parlor for the ladies has been specially .
prevent fatality, when Burn., Sore., good until October 31,' : ,prepared.;!! l"
> danger and strife'be.ldea which the off
J tried ''everything( to relieve them which Ulcer and Piles threaten:. Only 26c, ( 7'.wUl--find it'a,pleasant! place to'top while out shopping; '
W1.76-Minneapolis, St., Paul, Water present-troubles will of small , .
6 failed until I' used White's Cream at Oaoeola Pharmacy. ; seem ac -- It
Vermifuge the first; two doses brought ..... _,J,....._..._. ..j ,ville.dlnn.and,return: good .until count.. There are'ten millions'.of'negroesln -a. ,: ( :
I lour worms; from one of them the; next Sam Lang, a negro convict serving October 31.. the country today. .,Within Don't ,,Take my Word for.: Itt tut:'Come'and see for'Ye......

itwo does,'twelve, one.of them.
InK twelve. Inches; the other' child was near Six Mile creek, was ye ter-' $48.75--Waukesha' and return.; .be.twenty million*.Judging:the future r . Ii' ... .
Duly relelved of- four worm. It 4s a. day afternoon shot; aid painfully 50.30=-MadlaonVls.:,- 'and..return; ; ; .by.the past, they-will" -:be as Jittleassimilated r _ -- -__" ____ -_--_ - : ,_
most; excellent medicine." White's wounded while attempting. to make good nntll October. 31,,'' I and,as little at;rest as they 1f'" "'" ."' .MN\. , ,
,ream Vermifuge' is .good for child his escape. -Guard J.. D. Mc ''Mullen' The Lookout;'Mountain rT3oute,. the. are'today.It 1'- c ?'t. :"..":
en. It not only destroys worms, i was one who shot; Lang( and thus only road having morning and night; '
has been forty ''I
since the
tit; helps the! child to perfect growth years negro '
v rds off sickness. COo at.. Osceolaarmacy. .: effected his capture at a. moment when trains to St., .Louis,: 'Cincinnati and. beocame a freeman. 'For all that ., t,.
-- I It teemed he world make good fats'es. the West ,,,1..VaJdoeta, Macon; 'Ati time be hat been a ward of the nation' Parian.,

cape.. laud,,. Chattnooglit ;Naehv111e..Lo the esDecla.l\ are of the federal government : '::'
',Kentucky.., ' Tb.: incident occurred abdut ,''3 cal sleeping oar'and coach to Macon : the bobby of philanthropistsand ; ; ,

'Man born In the'mountains of Ken- o'clock''in, the,, afternoonvbtle' the dalljwXhrough Pullman-Buffet; sleeping the pet problem of the parties.1 ... .

lucky I. of feud days full of virus. HeSshetb county 'convicts were working. ''at'.: a car. to' St..Loull,- and through I :And yet I challenge here your Intelllgenoe l'j. M
,''flddleth,, cusseth and fighteth point Just;beyond fix Mile creek. Ne r Pullman reservations-'sold to ,Cincinnati with the assertion. that;.this probe GHa ran teed :"::' ;; .
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the days of his miserable life? the scene of .road.buUdlng operations ; 'and ''Chicago* For reservatioahd lem is.not only I unsolved, but.'that. he ,

He shunneth: ;water as ;a mad J dog-, a.number of countrymen were cam> > full. h'Information, address,', lIt.odalD1IDIt.eJI more problem. than :'
fd under't.ree., ,and their; horses '3. H. nAFPTERV, Weathe ; 1
nd JHnketh; >mucb' mean whiskey. be has ever been before.. i :
for D. P.;"''A., 201 West; Bay''Street .Jack. : pr .
i fce 4<
.ladteth a Skelghbor1 and lot he .reap- road, Suddenly"Lang. ',made; a'.' j mplorm' sonvllle", F1a-; ... vEd .tagonlstlo. to the white, man,' and. the I ..

\ tweoty-fold.: ". the midst, of 'the convicts,, and '- white man more', antagoniste! to' him -,I.' ,
ftte rlseth even'from '''t.11. cradle:,,tar beforar a. 'shot; could be, flre U was of Bitter Flght. than he'has--ever been since 'God 'and For r3a1o by jo

his lslre'.{ eneay among/ the horses. It; was dangerous > the amended constitution madehlm free. */
ek the; scalp of gran< "Two physicians. had '
,' and: ,brlngeth'.home In,'bis carts , to, shoot; while be was In that; ; position; stubborn; fight with an. \' ahoess,' on' my .The tension' between (the Taoes has W. B. Mkkinson
and he made /good his escape into, the been than : Cos 1
ttba. ammunition of his neighbor'ste's Tight lung' writes J.. F. Hughes ,ofDuPont never higher it is today. :
woods with several guaryln hot Solving the .
cotnln's father-ln4aw, who I par problem Why, 11' are ,
Ga. "and .".
gave me Everybody "
up. \
getting farther this than '
we were
suit.A few moments later Guard Mo year 1''
engeth the deed.. ; thought( my time' bad com,' Asa last year; farther today than yesterday. Dealers izlGeneral I
'Ye.'V8I'U, uncertain and. Mullen perceived the fugitive oro"1natbecreek.quarter ,- ::...
.. I last resort; I tried. Dr. :Kings New There is more radical disorder to. CJ -
knows not; the hour: that; he may be { of 'mile up. the consumption.[ : ; more.riots Hardware
krked hence. stream and wlt.hhia few"feet of 'a Disco very for Vhabene' day than in 1868; There are ,-. Sporting
fit I received.was.tUking'and/ t was today,than; in 1870 ,and assaults are .
}Ue goeth oar a journey half dense scrub In which' It; would have ,w. Goods. .
ot, and..cometh, back on a. shutter. ; been impossible to find him., Without onjny feet In a few?:days., 'Now I've ten times.. numerous as they. were in. .
ot... : entirely regained mjr )health: .'Ijt obn- 18CS.. : . t ; ,
ft hesitation' be took aim .wlth'his Winchester -
le r'laet.h'in the; night to let the ,oat ,and,fired;> strlklng-the-,-nelf1'Oao.d' ... all.Coughs, Colds and.?Throat :Great; Godl',,How long'-are' you philanthropists 'Get'prices;on barbwlreand nallsbetpfe 1 '

t, and it taketh nine doctors to pick his 'A number of and Lung troublesGuaranteed; 'by '.;and theorists'going to .. buvlr4etsewhere: .. '
'' stopping flight "' .
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i buck shot out ol him. Osoeola Pharmacy Price Wo; and. 11.00 weary the world with your honest; but; c. d' !

i goeth forth in the morning in Joy guards'went; up'aDd'secured,. the Trial bottles free. mistaken; experiments?, -An hour of . .
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d and cometbi I back .
gladness in.. wounded. .;man.. .? ,, r yp"r;,
is worth week'speculation.
reason 'a' ;
and fragments. !
sps stock.ede
!Lang was taken to the county. '
IUe.enptles; a demijohn into himself and one day of statesmanship ls; better ;
ad a //shot; gun into his '. ''ellpm1, i,where ,County',Physician 'A, C. Trots L., Johnson Vas... nominated than"a. thousand''days' ; of theory:, [:NEW ,
d 'the eOeDl"'.- rson1". -Ueth '..inal' U.. bUn attended ,him.- 'His''wound: Wednesday b/; the. Ohio idemorcraU MARKET'
'' ,, You )have: 'never offered a .theorythat
for; 'him onf: election: day was found tot-be\ .painful. .but not. dan for Governor of that; State; :; His control
.i3 time. did discreditYeu .
not have
d lot-the coroner ploweth up "a gerous. '
lot bury the remains Ot Lang; is --serving. A sentence ,of one convention: is claimed as\-:a never, presented' a. remedy that did not -BASS', OLD STAND! : r. i
: year: recently; imposed, upon him lorassault' Bryan Victory: fail.' The failure of themes and the = '
)Phjraiclau and Praggtste of-all remedies lead. REEVES A W6QD _PROP'SHavingassoclotedourseiveetogetherJn'themeatimaid : > '* ;
with Intent; tio.murder; by collapse on by .. .
;Ford e'8turgeon: a promloent.'druR; JudgeGraham.. Lang( 'was found Has 'CureA *Tbo sm.
rm at. UockyiHlll; Station, Ky.t'wrjte j ; guilty of having struck' with a'(crowbar CnrwYou;: .i' ed : > theonlytheory--tgtherem-i. ? : _.- : :.. a

were.. requested for by Dr.' ..O, the B. or other ..iron instrument'-' of 1 ''If you ire'troubled'with': kidney- or ,: Therein, only one solution; :, tTbere ket business we take 'this method .soliciting; at,Jeasta a;: r-. .:,
sIk&i U> send: H rblntf for the employes the Seaboard Air Line '
nedt; '/iCustomerV.. 'We1 ordered railway nearly; a. year agog u. 'was bladdertroubles disease,,. c..tarrbgr..vel such. \as dropsyBright's ,ofthe l Is. left; in'all. the wide realm .of,experiment : share of and shall endeavor to merit-it by prompt1',']
but a. single remedy., service-fair: : liberal dealing and ..handling .only the best'
a'dosen in pecentlier'and'we: "are recently coDYlot.ed, and sent to \11. ; bladder,' albumen in urine and unhealthy i
lad to say.;;Her bine has 'given'"'such camps to"serve out his term. .-- depo.ltal.' or too frequent discharge lathe providence of Gad 'aDd i the meat the country affords: ; .Biesl, mutton.and, pork.;. each'' .1 ,
; ; pain,in the back wisdom of the times,.we have 'to and all il'.aeaaoFre"'dilfve! and.prompt service1 is oat ]
at iatlsf action. *.t:,welbave;.) :'dupoated '.x'heomoIalslncharge.ottheConvleb; and'bladder/drOpsieal! swelling of the . ; 1
this order three times;aid'todaygave state that. taaR.ia': : a:; bd"negro' ;aad feet and legs et.o.y' etc:,' we guaranteedthat the.'" partings.: of the wtiye. :" mottor :Yours- to- please- -, f.-! p. ',,,'i<'r.

your salesman. another order. has given them muck!trouble\u recently << ,by, Using Smith's'-'Sure Kidney I ;1b..K.. Kjs::wentup to1Orlando this 6". '<, ...... !.J .. ,.'J.'TaBEyfES, .";,,'."", "'';'. i
e beg to say Dr. 0. B. Snlgly' takesin Cure, a complete cure will be effected.Vprlee60 / 'witk .' "
re recommending t Her'bin*.f!"' acting tsTa'surly 1DaDnv'Dd manifest \) cents and 'tlvOO* Forsale' morning too.i; cross bats, the;.seoood RHONE, t. __ .. . .. ,. ,V( D. ,
Osowla. ?1 nwcy. lug dlspositio '''-escape..":':""t.-nP by...Osoeola >Pharmaey. < 'i"1( ''"11''. gaerbeM alai:,of 'that city; : Jr 1 ,

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Inmates, that Clifford King much '
against hi.will. found himself, for the I 0..... Iso.. :i.c.: ...... !. Work' ter.J JOHN L8; .. .

s first tlme..tha't winter at dancer? He T.ry Old. .

1N. Tom detested" dancing, never' accepted an I Topsy-turveydora, prevails In the .
Invitation to a, ball it: he could help It, Black Country not only in tho reeling

andnever turned up If he found himself houses,, but in (hl i" dornestl: arrangements S Salb cull
compelled to accept. .1 for there the poetical Idea, Livery ;, r
But this entertainment waa' nij"-exceptional ,"onu>ta of. the.hearth." has all Interpretation

one, being: given -In honor of not contemplated by the .
; t the "('Oml 11r out r. of Otto Conybeare'syoungest I poet. Stable.

'J,\ : Illllllllltll! II11 11I sister,, and the mines laid for The(hearth" Is the tiny often dilapidated " Stable. -

him had proved successful.When home smith lu which daughter. -.(
he got to the.1I0u o., however,_ wives, mothers'and ,even grandmother -- ,
' ' 1=FlorenceWarden ho found the sight such u pretty on*, toll from morn to eve,; heating, limnmcrjng .,

k Author; of"4The house on ihe 'Aarjh cter that he could not tell even!' himself shaping and welding chain Fihest--,Turnouts in Town'.
all the small cbnin '
that be was a martyr In:having to links Practically .
/' tCdprdabb 1W,, br Babwt Bonuw'i Bon*.1CIIAPTEa I Ir 1-
..... thicknessare
couie. The' room -were large anti below three-eighths Inch in
3CVIJI. girl 'Ills' Bosuil lmy1'kuowu and loved. less than fifty
S beautifully decorated with' ferns and made by women
'i -11! >' t Connaued.r' : i "Ob ,that Is ail o"l'r."* sheyonsweif daffodils "Just like a church on Easter nt e I_lngclDployed;: ,on small ftfopK-- COmDany
It wall eight O'clock'tilat' night ,' '"1 don't 1 shall er '. 1. In kOULOIS1aII11aOII
about: quickly suppose Sunday n* Otto mid whereas the women smiths,number !
when they" learned that a schooner had see Mr. l<.lnragnlll., ,, Clifford's attentionwan attracted> the Cradlcy district alone at'least n ,

gone ashore In -the bay Itself. within Miss Theodora : seemed rather,' distressed ; early In the evening\: by tbe, !llgbt t'gll"l thousand It lst a queer Industry, for ...
ll''I'( a Wile of the Inn. She had lost, her' to hear this. Now that her a whose face be knew who lookedat the most part hidden' lu out-of-t Ihe-way"_ '

f steering-gear, )n< the! form, and .tbe protegee Jem. Stickles' 'was dead she : him again and again, as If she''' expected -* corners, the shops mixed oil with prim. ._ --
force of the wind bad driven her upon could afford to withdraw: her" oBjvc-,) him to recognize her but whose Itlve and neglected'out houses. -1'nless - '

the eandsat the edge of the ruarsb. .It tlon'to his rival.,. name he could not remember .In feet the constant ring of the anvil aruuspdhis. KISSIMMEEEOTJTE. '

was hlab-Ud wheir-tbe-dlsaster hap "But why not: but why not.' my the more often he met{ her* eyes, the .curiosity the unobservant ,'IMltorD11eht e.
pened, but It was thought tbat.the dear" she ''urged earnestly, s"I more he.felt he did not even know It. traverse: the place: .all the day y 1
ship was In DO danger" of breaking up.m thought you were 80 fond of hlui!"\ Before long Clifford saw her speakto "without suspecting the existence of

'and.that her" creW would nil be got off And the little womanwho bad got Otto and glance-In Uke-direction this-reaily-onormous Industry? -Yt-li' RIVER: ..

In'.fel7.a.the.tlcie..went.dq''fD..TiIt'lItjt out- -the-earring-to'go In search of himself. could hardly enter a court; or alley"

-boat from'Courtsalrs was already her.neglectful friend, drew round her "Now" thought he, '"! shall get to In any direction without\ stumbling STEAMER"" RO8BAD.
oo Us wey.tothe'wreckedveuehWhen.. more closely the woolen shawl: which thebottom.of the-uiy;Hteryi': For bo upon a chain shop.- In many of these STEAMER Captain-Clay Johnson Jr.
| the news came to the Inn. was hardly sutllcleut protection'against hud shad opportunity getting six to eight women and ttlrlA ate employed Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. {
no leave Klsslm-
Through the...snonv which' the wind the falling snow.. hold of Otto, or of any one who could =four' or five 'Is a common, aunts Regular weekly Basulngcr and return.
'blew straight Into their faces, Nell "You had better get Into the' carriage tell him wbo she was, Otto came her" "la one yard aloue. appropriatelynamed mee Tuesday\ mornll 8'. and arrives.lsslmmee Friday evening.Specfal
and half a'' doccn of her" neighbors Miss Theodora" suggested Nell straight toward him .' "Anvil Yard" there must, be Charter Trips to Lake pkeechobee and Fort Myers on the Lulls

A made their way across the marsh. the coldly", Ignoring tbe lady's question.. "I want to Introduce to Miss forty"or fifty people Jit work when the Comfortable accommodation for passenger. -Rales reasonable.
i !* men carrying'ropes 'and lanterns and "But' I want An answer first, my Lansdowue," said he.Lansdqwne place I Is In full swing. In on*.*bop n The mot picturesque Waterway 1 in.Florida

tbe. Romeo restoratives for the half. dear. Never mind the now.; I only'shiver The name was quite youth and a girl" of fourteen to sixteen For Passenger and Freight Rates apply lo

fro !n JgeyreT Jtf' JTa1a.? Joug' ,and because I am not used to the unfamiliar to Clifford: But as soon will be found bending over separate - . CLAY JOHNSON! SR.. Proprietor, .

:1i1 4 weary mile. The ground 'was bard night air.You Know I never gO' out as he was Introduced puzzle came anvil and hammering away at heated On board "Lllllo," Klsslmmee, FlaMAN ,-

5 with frost, [the snowdrifts were already after sundown 'and' not often before." to : chain link, \vlille a few yards away 'wt
i1 \ getting' deep; the flares set burn But Nell would give her no answer "'1 pieces wanted so much
l Ingfrom time by(he crew of And Miss 'Theodora when 'she was at Mr. 1lnaBold! the girl "who( was: performing exactly ..similar operations,
*; the wrecked ship flickered uncannily" last constrained to get into the car as they hare been at almost auy time
pleasant, unaffected and amiablelooking. :OeTO"R.
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In ih. dsrkn sort whenever tbe snow riage then;;"regretted to Mrs.: Ln"" "I can see you don't know me. during the last half century. EVER HIS I '

t V, ceased for a time. downe that _Loudon hud spoiled her and yet I know you very well." One couple, Joseph Parsons and his 'J. Hamilton TVyers, M. t

*( But the journey; was not a fruitless dear little girl. "That is not quite fair" salt! Clif wife are both over seventy. The hus .
one. The men of the party, seafarers It was now past closing time at the ford. "I do remember face band has made chains continuously for 4 800-P.8 Illustrated Book, containing .al.ble l per-
your pot sad
a themselves .for the most part and alt Inn and George Claris with great difficulty fectly well; It is your name only sixty years. Ills chief trouble is Hint taming to diseases of tbd human system' showing bow to of

.\\ used to the sea, succeeded,'up to.their was clearing his house of Its which: Is nufamlllor to me. I am certain the" prolonged use of the hammer has nrs with simplest of medicines The book contains of analysis oe-
i waists In water In launching a boat crowd of customers. Those three Of I have never spoken to ir so cramped and distorted bill right oourt.hlp'.nd marriage; rearing and management children .
the sailors" who 'had suffered i you wield It side valuable prescriptions recipes, stc., with a full oomplemeJI'.fnet.
and bringing the crew safely" to land. most 'buy life; you may be sure I should band that he can no longer
i . The men* were so benumbed by tbe from cold and exposure were to spendthe i not have forgotten If I had." as of old. It la a pathetic .sight|; to seethe in materia medic that everyone should know.
hons.boldrM *
.'i./..> ,. --cold that they had to be helped along night tinder his roof while the I "I live near" Stream,'" said ,'JissLanbdowne. old lady sllveryhalrcd. and her tall This most indispensable adjunct to every'' well-regulated SIXTY OENT.8.A44re. *. "
a. they limped and tumbled over the i rest were taken to Stroan by new I . h figure already bowed with HBO. .stoop- mailed postpaid, to any address, on receipt of price. '

{ snow to tbe-Inn. There, however, they found friends who offered, them ho pl- Clifford started, and his face cloud Ing over the anvU. The old 'mini explains .., .
( rlli were soon restored through the kind- tality. George Clan locked up his tha'nr W""-worKs a full weekat ue LOn 'FTfTA

;V; ly offices' a host of willing hands. house having already sent his niece ed."I "' nine hours a day he may possibly ATLANTA PUBLISHING_HOUSE, aA. .1..
'<,. Every creature' In the neighborhood and Meg to bed: and. thoroughly tried have often seen yon snout there, clear 12s. to 13s. "Gleed," the small "

I to; had heard,' by. this time', of the pu.t out went up to his own room. went on the girl, "and I know' Intimately cindersJised for heating us lie ix- . r - .. ,

!::< 'usual event pf a ship wrecked in theirown lie had had a very hard day, and he more than- one of your frleud4 plains are dear, and half a crown a

K' ..,>ayandjtjwasjbrough" quite .a bad finished up with an extra glass of there. week has to be deducted uuder this
"I have friends
,.,,,. large crowd that the sailors made rum and water. The consequence was no there now said head. Mr. Parsons ban several children
f thelr'way1ntothClltne"B1nP Lion; that'be. tell"off"-to sleep aa soon 'as he Clifford with a sudden change to and grandchildren In. the trade l ; Florida East Coast Ry.:
bitterness In his
voice uud'manner.
4- Even ;",1e-Gf. eats down ion rtUe pdgwjof- his bed to grave . The old couple have now oul)' tin-in- ...
i ,," JLha, moat pr4Lneetqcpeuntry I $ .'r ntle-- lake his boots 'olr/ and did not wake*. selves to maintain,. and out of their ....., ':'

fnan'of! the.tghjborfiood, "a4\\:heard up until'some' hours later;when he sat ")VeU, you had friends there at onetime combined earnings can just pay the.:" LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. I In Effect April II I9o 3.
remeiubered I think. Miss! Rectal and'herfather rent their little cottage facing the ,
,bf tbe new erfclteuienf, bad had driveD'vet up suddenly, and at the of
: r having picked up the colonel and moment .of waking that he., had fort the Colonel, would t ant sure; smithy-and buy enough" food.-T. nOoftrader. SOUTHBOUND-HEAD tOWN. HOUTNBOUMD-.READ DP .J,

a' Miss Bostal on her ,wa1'1 Ou hearing gotten to take' tbe money", both blown 1 be rather hurt to know\ that you no __ -- -- asazs.acs
a .V that there ,was little hope of saving taking? and the collection fOil; longer reckoned them an your friends. Ita... .NLCO CIA TIONI-. I .. .a' N4.Ts
Whem th. Prlno* Imp. ;UI DUd. Daft:,. Daft,. Dafi,.
v-' beactloonpr, 1Na&tbat In nay'case,(heMUorfWyxJld the sailors; out of''the till\ In:.the bar. "The Bostala! Oh. yes, answered A strange ,story Is }bolas told lu lie DLL1L ..... .

owe their klt'i>Ir*. Lansijdown i Opening the-door, roomsoftly1) :; Clifford Indifferently. "I know them I circles. In Paris regarding the _m 'sop O/OaLr.. ... .......laekAOn..I1I.. ... . ..... .Ar T10r -
t! put Into George Claris's. hands" lu order not to disturb the sleepers, be I but Miss Bostal would hardly reckonme portal / t lea .... .. ....... 1.ollllOn.III.....,...., .Ly T 01.
, death of the late Prince Imperial. On 1oas ... ... .... .....5t.Augteune........... ... .... eo. III p E ;
friend. I lost \111
for the .benefit of the men a sum of went down stairs as a my place in her the let of June 18W.. a Jnrtjr; wbo,,,'a. a ,np It.b.. ...... . .... ... .. H..I.If... ............. .. i
,I''; ?,. money which at once became-the start -' It, was half past five on tbe follow* esteem,, if I ever had any by walking; most-enthusiastic, support_ -tt'of 'J! 1111. .... . _b... .LP..t. .... ... .. ... N. : + :>!! i'
; .; ,'," Inc from Courtstalrs to Stronm on a Sun. one of the rd !lip At .. .".::...t.u..n..._.__ ,J.y 4 tee .;J.
point of a collection to which most Ingmorning when the' nearest neigh- the Napoleonic regime gave a grand to 111._.Lv., .... ..,........1'.1.'". ? ...... ....... A ?ITi5 ..eJCMS! 'e'- .
... t, .f-tb ,crowd contributed: something. bora were startled by a loud knocking day In tourist's sultt"Anse fete Jjonor of her birthday. and at "c. .. Ii.1'.--- Ar. .'" ......6.n)la'.,.. ...,.. ... .Lv .. 'IItII- '}'
Even tbe colonel, whose poverty was at their door, followed by the abrupt Ladedowne.smiled. .a ND;: ......, ,,,. Ly....... ,. ..... San. M' .lrnStuart ... ... .'Sfe' 'Salo wepb.1 .
proverbial; 'ganr a shilling Inrush of Meg the Inn servant m .a/ "She is .an odd little creature" she the seine time"of the Prince Jmpt'rlal.vho i : Ly..............,.. .N o.s ....,.. ...". ."...Ly O i'P .A'.. 0C3IM .
T' althoughils had out to the Cape.,, After N = ... .Buan.W.. . ] .
gone ... .... ....... ... . IN .i
; | daughter watched his hand.with state of frantic excitement. } said "but she has a very good heart dinner there a display of firework t ... ........:..,. ,.....DuponL. ys ............. seta D..,11I\111 I
: nxlou, eyes as b.. volunteered the "Ob.. come some ,of ye; do comet hear her deplore the disappearanceof was N 6 lIllpiP t G ..........v..,.!t"'O'1..nd \ .......... 'Ita II p"c
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In. the park; the principal wri .." ........ SIT. .
Altogether between the' and six There's bI"eawful'' doings In our of n young girl -"hom' she was1fondof the Napoleinlcrcuibl 'ius_",ur> I ....n.:....,!,.L'D.OII.. .u.. ..... Sees) !
z. ands was collected and house i; she cried scarcely" articulate and kind to," andMiss IJinsdowiielooked being t: 001 I .........\,/ "... ....... W 5prrNO; \
.. I ; George ; mounted!'Ii't' 'Iwperllll'crown Tlwfireworks IE!n Up.............evawv..Oak UIII. ......... f 14 III,
: tied the canvas between "her fright and want of steadily away from Clifford as ..... I t" : (I
rnrls money up In a off with the greatest 101 III' ,.."..:.1'1\u..I1. .'.... I"a tj ,
"I. "no went O5) I :::::::::f:. ........ ......, 1161 n-
l- ,pag. and locked It"111 breath.. "There's..somebody biding id she spoke; one could doubt the : .Oaeoa..u. a ; p .
up be of lier :" success Xmtll it came to thc:JIslitrua.oC . > : ...... .._....... JtoekINl""".. .............. ... .. II" a 1 p Z..
'., ,bind the bar. There were whispers In the bar and I Ican't get him out; and, depth feelings the 11.P. ........ ...II:.0Guilt.......... una p pfOC: %
C< |b crowd that Mr. Claris nowhere" be founds i Clifford' was' silent for a' few moment the imperial crowns, when to general IClw: UNa ......."...........,........u'n..... ...... .. Sam S 11D tiIOU f1N '
George Claris's thousefraa tq horrer. not one of them wouldtake 1N. ... .. ... .......8..II.n. ..... .. . 1.1. .1'ICO > 1
not the safest place In. tbe world and Miss Nell's fainted when I told *. Then he glanced at the face of effort. logs i 4oi" ..... ........,..... .c.I..I.. ...... .. .... I'10ip lllTa ::11:0:
R '>;\ ' of the girl beside him saw thnt It in- tight lu plte every .. ... ... .....,.. 1'laoa . ..... ... D isle
j.I. H Jo keep money,in,. but even the whir-, her; and oh, comet"The All of them remained unlimited while 02' MINI. 1 .... .............'tlbbaJ........... .. .. p Julf ppn.p
b rer* had no doubt of the honesty of woqinn whom she' 'was addressIng v4ted confidence, and guessed! that her, :I: ., 1 ... . .......8d.n.p!: .0611. O.
last words_bad been carefully chosen. all the other designs went off perfects :dill IP.. ... .... ..........Jenrn............. .. .. M1p JOI" =-4
;;_ rjrl? > blm*elf. while many" were even was at first too much alarmed td ly.The failure. vag looked upon all'011 : :;) .e : ..... .. ... ........,. .......... . .. .. .. f .os.a
I., -ulIl.ot. the opportunity of showing3lberr Come; but two men who were not falloff ? "You mean that Miss Claris has dls for two' .....1III .. ...... .......BoteSouud .'..... . .... t I' 101/. :NOn
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appeared?" evil omen and reason .S 1e 1'0" .... ........ .. W..t Jupiwr....... .. ..... ..... i > o..
confidence jn ajnnn.who; had unf hearing the'commotion, offered t4 days later came the news of the deathof per 4fea .. ., . ......W*.l Palm fitftahBnynton ....... .... .... 113.4 Z \ '
>: ; > Uoubtedly been for some time under go back with Ifeg, and la a few mini .Y.... You had heard stout It. I A calculation ... .... ... ............ ......... .. ...... IfIOaII.; .. ?1
,- l d ",,,",":...e-m t ji w ....... utes-the-whole' ?" she asked with the prince In Zululand. ww! SN.. to r. ......................D.lra'..,....,.... .. .. ... .. esos JI
partY'were at tbeMnn.' :. suppose a pretenseof of the time was then made according I .. .. ...,. ..... .l..ud.d..I.......... .... .. .. III flea > !
+L .1tSa'.Ne1l..bowever'Wbo; watched' There was somebody" behind the bar. Indifference.. andIt D ems 'n' ......... ... .. ....Hallandal *...... .... . . ... .. 1' t4'a3&
C i. to the difference of longitude, S.. ......... ........LemoaCIl' ...:.... .... ...t... 'III. z.
; thta}sHelfgdatfohewe3 deepest anxJjj Ct'rtalnlomebody; down on tbefloorr "Of course. wa discovered that at the very moment 100. 1 1d ;(,. ....... .....,.. Miami ... ......... .....T.y Ua ,, p
*! 1 "Tw 'The t'tbedoor. "And that knows
,i'T evident men stood hesitating nobody more than when tbe Imperial crowns refused BOHKDTJLSia: OX BRANCH I.IWE8.BHA.HCH. I
.as she stood just ,,wlthliwthe doorwa71 .. The sounds which came to their this-that she and her" uncle have gone to light the prince fell dead uu- -

; :Which led front \.bf'J. >n ar to tilt.h.c of ears from behind the bar were more away?" der tbe spears of the Zulu BANroaD OKJLKQO CITY BBAHOO.N.r'i t
?:""r:. *be.IIlD. ,:staring |t "et uncletuat;>liesor like the grunting and grpwlings of A Clifford answered with scarcely a There would perhaps, have loon low !!
r NaV
,,. tiro-of. the crowd looked at esehSI beast than the voice of a man. pretense on bis-side of concealing. tb/ skepticism about tbl remarkable-. D511 STATION : Dull e. Dally. I I Dally q| STATICt.ISp -.. D.II I Dan Na.4

. ',:.. *other .' T>lncantljr. Suddenly; 'the girt" "It's: 'toot' a''man. ;you've got. there; emotion he felt; cidence. It the story" had liecn published f5 Ly...,..... Tlm.Tlll. ........ N p .
: took <* fevff rapid stenskorirard andS It's an animal" said one oftbe inec.J "C went down to the place ,'nty el,. 5115 pv..I .....,......... .11 C7T P 19 lOalLT.' .Jf. SmTrna..Ar) 1 40p
: : Immediately .after the event a ............ Ostaan...........Aril a. a I' it i> II H .|L.. Isk.B.'en .Aril lip
.10 O.k pr'rm: IL J And. shouldering the pitchfork be saw the house -shut up deserted and and had not been kept secret for near I" Lv.........KnMrprtaa..........Aril! to a II 91 ,. II *Va LT Oranca City.Aril: 41 p S
to iS ''to' hjtfcle1". Aid, she In a' low voice. was carytng. be made a dam into, the found that vobody'could" tell-me more ly a quarter of a century. "'01111)' .1. Ar......... Stanford ..........LynOO..I. 19 r II '8aUr, .Or.CI1TJ- ..LTJ|? 4} p $4unduy

$"Cncle George 'wouldn't |It be better building. than this that George Claris bad gone Fair .. N*. It ..t .... UT Na720
:to. sad the money, 1n..II'1+ a. tT- '- But as he entereda 'wild figure mad and that he was an asylum; $ 5on1 ., D.11r. .%I>>all Sun, XATFOBT BEAWOH. I I V.U,. Only.Sun. Ms.Pally.Tkaaa **. '

J' ,She clanced. at>'tbe'ueia' whtf were sprang. up from behind the bar and and that his niece bad gone away at 'BMt Thins* Grow WartlM NortU. .

crowding '.In. and noticed one of the faced the' l Intruder, glaring and rag the same time. If you can tell me The' Interesting fact has lately come CS p,, 10 OS UaMM aU t 1 IS hL..J..knyllle..A.a LT.... .So. J>otinTlll" ... .LT :::: :::: -" $6"1110 =
'. Or' tradl'.n\eJ t '! 3"'Jf.r'lPl\1'" \ ing. ,It/seized .one of: the earthenware anything m ire" T shall be very grat to the attention of the Government l p IIiI' LT........Pablo Bx-h. .....Ly........ TUa 11 Ma In.
toNe S1/sLv..Aaanteobeaeh..Lv ...... .. I
p JlI.
;;,' ,' f Jug 'which stood on a shelf against ful to you." scientists that the frog (the edible varU o .,' .'Ut. !!! I u. *.r....... ..Mayport .. .. ....LT ........ a eo.afta. 110 la a 10.. '
;to -, ; .Hen' uncle frowned, and Mr. I'urng the wall and brandishing. It above "I don't know any" inore'than i you" d". ety) attains Its greatest and best development

t g lurorabook: hi. head, 'with tho klnijlrr ; his bead, gave forth ,an unearthly; One can c-nly 'gue>. -or repeat tae. > not as one would Imagine, In from \1>>. Mraral Time attlona.Tablet show but the the,Itntr arrtTal jit! .or 1111""U'. ';.*at mar the ba II Iprctad:.' to arrive': and r drpart.. ..
r t, 'intention. of; 'abowlug George Claris howl."Whois. guesses of other" the semi-tropical swamps of Florida: nor..doos, UM Oonpaay, hold Itaalt raspoaslbla for any dalay or any eo.aeqqe.. *arluaS tb.r. .
c that his friends were on his'side. it? What is. It?" ccreomc4Me "Well"let me bear the guesses" and Louisiana but In far Northern

.' '?, "No. no Miss Claris?; leave It where . "They 'say-people Hi Ink-that the Canada on the extreme northern limitat

:l e :.!ft. 1'; wbe 'Ll g ., .". | ''Qtanclback! stand; )Jock."' rbar4 the girl has been shut up too." which these reptiles are found. This KEY WEST AND HAVANA' .

fi:.. lclh". 5k 1 1 gad creature} <_*tamping and whirling Itparrnabout. "In. an .asylum" asked Clifford. bears out an old and ;pretty" safe rulethat FCN8ULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.. .

','j ",'... t ...Niu'\1 ba rt' word. "Staud back!( I won't be .bardly'.able to control his voice. both plants and animals attain !U Effect April 10,1303. '
: .w .,put with '''a curious look of. constraint robbed 1 I'll serve. you as I've servedIt "'Ie.." ( their 'development at the north ._._' = ..

i f.. 'a! 'and-trouble on her face, a little figure -:'as I've served the devil I the.devils "I don't believe It I" said he, hoarse' ernmost point of their1' habitat. Thus LL..Ylsmf'n..Tb.OUTH' POUND. . ..... ... .NORTHBOUND' : .
LyR.yan.M. <
:it'' :.:. C : V toneaAflMjPaBta! noemergeBcyoaTd :And with more' stampingaor' ......."..... ,". LrKey W{atTu.a.. .1........,....... 50L' S I
'.. ,Y.c Induce to sib ; believing; Lou'Istana *.! ...a..M..n..rt........ ..,.. ........ Miami Tu..a,. "."......... ..."...... 110 i.
over tbe tbresb- shouting the creature hurleO 'the Jut-f anything" el8er'"Bellevlnjltbat price of the l-c..ckof /

.... 1iiO.lIold. \ \ of an Inn called! to her": >> aiming at the head of the intruder.It she Is a thief a-" and the best oranges are grown not :roe aopr of Lo .! Tina Card orothar Information addraii any Ag nt.

:-0- .: ':Nell. Nell,.come !but here, and speak' was dashed Into a thousand pieces Clifford could not go on. In tropical Cub ((people of the older

e' ,:0 m.." .1 against the door which shook and rat "Do' you know what happened on generation still remember the coarse

." 4; NepiookFSatlher.tbesItated' | | 1. 'and tied 'under ?the blow <. that morning when George Claris was grained 'sourteh Havana oranges), but L LZsi
';:.,yf' .. the point 'disappearing Into "Wh). It's-it's George Clarla him. found mad?" naked Miss Lansdowne, In Northern. Florida, where the trees

,lba'loterlor+otltbE'Loa.e' wbtYel'. selffaltered! the second mad, whtf abruptly are frequently cut down by the hard :

.., f 'Wbct7Wpaitsl il"" f 6 wardiT, {lie ba r-pa r- kept outside, 'too much alarmed togo "The woman at the nearest cottage frosts and cold weather.-Washington.

'p.f.. + lor., Jtb.A:tray>fua"f hot d&"lnks.; om- Wyoud..the door. I told me the story",". he answered, Post. -t'Arb..sad.r : aMsas. .. .. .. ...

'.. cfoq ly djajufedjjer Curtynrd.with' one "lla.terer: Jt'd. Msg., Indignantly." shortly. ,

*' ,atroag Laid. nWJJj .lie'Carefully# f.aVancfd IVbyf; he don't- 'drinkl, He's 'a* sober "Did she tell youAlltls Lansdowne Apropos 'mistaken ChoatQ Identities V..b., those . '

'( the frlassfg pn 1ieruy wjttf ln maims there Ida the placer be.ltated-"that Miss Claris fainted :
Who at certain drawergiv'en We
.tb r., .' She was sobbing, and trembling when told her had : Do.Job
1 ,and they;) .what happened Sir" Henry Irving a few years ojo will : Printing :
t "Ifs UI,s The dora.''don't.'you- see'; clinging f>''; the1 wan. to her uncle, and thatthey;; recollect what "happened on that : .
,Mlca, 'Nell r -wild she 'In aloud \whegiAbA4 \ : ,")Ie, ain't.drunk." replied the man found under her pillow-a canvas.bag tie ooca' ,.e ; .
number -of
.,- .tt.n.Julte a guest*
:S shortly*';; "lie's;; gone: I ra.d-lll7 Irl.r..ook containing tb *"moDP3"" collected': 'for'_ '
'N"Iin. bf:'now to.pretead 'fha{ at his eyes." v' some shipwrecked sailors the night -before who. knew the American Ambassador I Of I -
by slsht were .,startled ,to, fleet him Kinds -
t ever'' heard nor. *aw, went'out ID- And! as the g\r\\ looked, fearfully ?" .." at the entrance to. the reception room .f :
'Id tie' road.- - through .the wlndow-ot: her unhappy Clifford' face changed '
-x ,arrayed in a kind of court suit wjth n .
." fby. Nell, how Stffls? la, thlithe master1be could not. doubt the truth "No,"-said he at oncp. In the tone of -white waistcoat and knee breecbeH. :
wa tyou' treat ,J'o ir ': ''frleod.'- I of the man's word.
a -did, *>>ten kn'6 w you wWclnek, again At eleven j i o'clock 'on the"pr.rJouliDlabt' some' weighty: i point' they .did.. not At first this they. wa were,tbe inclined 10DIfAnt1'lpthc1Amerl'an to assumethat I We Can Please You. : '1
I;haven't beard u 1 yuu Oeorce Claris had,been a. sane tell me that"?' uniform. '

': for '1, these"wt-ers pJiBtr.",t5e,: :;What as any in tbe'country... ,At'six o'clock ,"1't |I. true,' though. After that who ;tbe mystery diplomatic was soon,>>;solved,' 'The Bat op-: .
d Cow' tell In the morning tie was mails'man. could doubt the girl's guilt?" .
,..t tnrao, tny me ; raving, parltlon took" their names and announced : .
.," wh4t It.1Dea!1f7' t. Jd'ydu are ., ,ij t. ."I (could"' sal 10 .Clifford.quietly,. :them., Then It began; to daw '' ;... ._ .. .. '.... .. ..:

tspt.l: +appyA...Jiaja'aliCP' r*" b Ar' me "And one other perso_Miss Bostal upon them' that theybad mistaken the'' . ,
...w abont-;-){...'lbtg.". "" -. CHAPTER XIZ,. And you.aro both .equilly' unreasonable and toastmaster for,Ur..Cbcate' fI)
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ell was'cold,, shy awkward..,, aI",dlf nw.IIa: about amonth after {the ,}hip-. .". Ii'', ""hom-Iwt ao stropgly.. resembled.-I.on-

,M tt Pl.tpfe tQgibirhPu, ; .J .wreck whlcb.*broufbt ,-ucU; trauKtt' To ti CoDtlDue4.. ei'vt .)\ .Con: Tatler. :

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... .' .. -.__.......tK Pfelnegcr'stnrt d .. Utt'l' : would: give him Ihe proper: 'kind of fooif 7 :- --- -:-- :.

b6 KI55tmm66VaU6. (<;az6tt6 ,..-' ('"Vumt Ialt: .James, ,: she asked. QurVmencan" Apldter at'the tropical station! as' well as at a -G.eora :

I'<.*; "Don'tyou thlnk..l'-tbat. your stationnvAlaftkn; ; for the ration Is of -

.TKUHPHONB. NO., 1.1. rl:. -, wardrobe''' wants' looking' .. after. ,'a lit such an elaitlc composition as to'offer -' :t.hro"FIQ
< tie 1' In the meat -portion 'inch equivalents .
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UBLISHED) EVEUY F11g.j$ } : Mrs, rfolnejrer I I. ulI'erl jJ. buther and His [food.Oj as," fresh herre.\; .. n' ttl5n"- pork"' .\ :

BYPOUND .u\l1y.toe, _._ tone wits calber. impatient ort'sbuonswef&M bacon. salted ln t,,dl'.l'd codflah fresh '
A H A J.'i'hrunke' : lilinil'; that .UOia.dJt> >n'tl'Ylult. to -odflsh pickled mackerel and 'caD8C>$ -LOCA.L; TIJ1E I ,4'BL-4E{
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Convince him o((| that aleda7a lff ,
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..- .. : JE. Jenks salmon. lie! gut his {'coffe green or ,
If grnm..* ,... "Comf'ki; tf.*..dear,? 'for*.' I. ...1'T xo.n11*ld! bU ten! green or 'bhick. __ .' 1WFLCTJVE JUNE. 28. 1903!: -', .. : .
"I you'vrnitt' 4.ku : j.lfrpOWN
Uontjab the supj-oite tlle to loo:: |
poker in I her eat ; .
; with opuoinss tor syrUp, .
o--'o-O-o--o !stigma! caue ; READ.
Or from her o tip.
cup-string bite tli. ..ceOt ,- I the. fasclnatlnit; .Mr!," BarUbr. she condltlunw""r11 : ,
jiante crnp-pictu on ,her fare. added.- s ' '
If( at nice old -":Xot b1'100!: shot" said Pfelnetfor, ,- -URN the militiaman" Joins While baked beaus .Is. a.: dUtlnctlvo 3" '. S g
A vi"it* you iihould spinster make aunt' chance with .rather ,le flggernted/ warmtU'. -"*:* the regular! /: \ rjldler a* anally dish in 'our nrin, there: la',.nother.' i. I: STAT2OcS. .::':: & is!' J

Don't with th. MlMiirs. snip her frock, "ButwelU Is.tUat. / gray dress the best W I W I of tbe national/ _defend. home-made article whose vnO'bi'" the,re. ".U. : P.I _ _
Or tlirowrtomatoe: at her clock I .ers. 'as he milT do undej5gl suit of practical experiments over" a AK
you htvdr' S be 45OitliOL.vp '....... .......::: .. ..0. .. .A.." .,. . Ar I .
For H'. Of little thing jik, thWo ''It's-about, the only ;,thng\ I have" /# J recent legislation will kitchen range by General Weston the. t ... ltl !..... .'..........J.tbll ... .. ......,..."....Ly S ,1 L I.
Often your elden you dmptetMt cbe replied .. 5' : find provided for him a present tCommlfi'sary-Oeperal 'of lbs .0 ... 111: ........."" .....Ory.nt..u.: .... ,. .. .. loa .t.10I J
4 Ob! lV.y be culm! nnd self-controlled) "Then," said Pfclnegert"you: must system oftubslst. Intricate In ,t* .Arm '.- General Weston applied him- .8 101 lM u',...:. ....;. ...". Unadilla .....<........". I. I 2O 559.
.And never strike or cratch the oldCroyn 'MrrBsmaker- vnrletyand bounty to 'me t'all Jhdttlonq. selb!! to nventlnff/ a military hash and. 811t 11" ................. V'D'n. .,.....,...... ... au tt, I 10 ,
down town' ::21ko ,
\VelU, j inGOT J.'t5k.: go ft 1. 1' ..1. j.. ....(r.l" .......,. .. .U! 10, taj 81 '
of mljltary_rvloe. IT\jieei aud be -went into the, kitchen .o.
% stew '. .
sod get yoursel.Uted out.Yes.1. .. 111 ... u.z.-. .... ............ \.1 lll .... 1f
guess I cqn at nnd.the expense.. I'll tot no longer'depend upou the -unc-ertalt- himself in the effort to obtain the com. .11 . : ,.. ......;, ........ Worb..H.....',.." 111.. "
fti =lni 'can inn tah Barb and top ties of the frage< ) ns did so offt-4 bit blnatlon. The boet stew Is made of P it IlY.'. ....:. ... .,. . ...., .. .. ....H. z OW 10 *
n. J'lIl"1Vllh' a .... .. .... 'I IS 12
'' 1 4.' TlrD . .. 845 aa ;
...........--.-.................. him an inch o/ two 'for JIll lila brag. predeasoro tlse! CtvrWuiitnaiieWill ' selected ,nOats. potatoes.'onions, and asaucpreiared .10 all ...1..-..'..-. ..,... LDOXn...... ..,. ..... "..0 121VIIIS 7 s,"
: Don't ark!' ; me' ",hntget.: what youwnntr be so much bett.r/eJa&1mis, < : frdiiflhe; Jolee of the 8.1 .11 a g .i...'.._,............_,.Ipk.... .. ........ UO120. .11I.
(let whllej-ou're getting low of tbe-tof<9I&11"rmlC'lIat1be i 0 'meat. "The' hath is wade of meat potatoe sal .u .I9".1" .'Sd. .... .del... ..... ....i.. ... .' 11111 S .dI
plenty "* sot 4 I 554 ....... ..... .. ...t.. . I tii
'*' : ho offlcef1)f he dii.ropmacommmndot' *. onions- and. the usual condiments. .Hr.t.: .. UIIII
THERE. ana get fhem good. '* IOf ao 4 .eA... .L..7.......Vadot" .. ..:..,.....,...\. 5 00
.' "course. that' tvns a,'nice"tblnc'.tdny : ;. Jhe sllledUforqjts, Tim!. Is.,the law.t'developlUent'In .> 61 4 ......... ........ VLdOta 'f. ..0.. ....-. .Al OOil OSjAIL ,
i.,. .................................. 'and of course Mifs. PfWnegetILnnUert in;China on that. mfMr.ble mdireh.toFekln the army cominlsaarlat. During 5 47 6 za J"...4............... ...,..,..'...(.,.JUIJHm. I i'S1OIej&S
him bxit'soinehow BlTc'.dld not .:were anxious to buy the AnferA! Olneral' Weston's research Jbe was 29 819. ..a ...... u........ ,Frt .. -.. -".ae .. -

.m.mmmml1m.' m feel quite ns dcjljflited) till r/efticgcr felt) lean army- ration 'of -our subsistence 'wont to 'call In prominent people! and. "7OeeP--------------12 ..., ... ......... ...I.wr........ .......'... .l.......... ... aeu spa 'stvj

.: &OJC;.. :ou clon. !1 CUtJ.u7dca.r.'l Itll oousht.lo'_ .1O..chICllffO-I IJfll\ lynNews.j- officers.and\-satisfy .the. cravings,jitsoldierly : rcgalelheuiwJth-1uucbeons" xif"the'experlmental : :; 1:1: 782 .. .......... ........ ..4.Cut.r r..tor. .,.. .. ...... ... .. .o lI,81S, .
? "J! snld I'folueger, patronlilns- I \ ) hunger.imeiui1itIarrmnn. food. It was .found too. 10 Ar ... .....,...... .. .,.......,.. . .1 I
that-soldiers in various localities have CS- K. _._.__. P.IL H-'i
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o "Y' 0 '11' "Tbere are some woo CRYSTALS AND ,6EMS.rt ,< . along with the'regu- '- ,. ,
....cK men' .- ..lIo..bi1'e'' .. deck .- 1-v(_ 't "J larrwlll ga<< Into the n14when he-call) special ('ruln8-ln' Jbe tropics It Is .M.1 SI' ,AK.P.W H :
\ : j.61 4 t& ,. .. .. .Vsidnst. .... '
""" BM*||.* Thut My It* Obtf rV.d ThrabMaanIfyIz ; : for for sweets and ucldu. In Cuba the subvlstence .. .. . ., ?4. 1 ,
"o 'f themselves out with flaunt- action omesuTibamp4ed. hTI; u# I I ;;,.. ..",",......Lakel'ark... .. . L" 10 10 II
InK rfJKs" Ind kilns and.frills and fur-1 a Ola. \\t\ burden of' food save timat"bthjtiful officers sent barrels of vlbegorfa / 6611 .'I ..:...............IfnDIDg..,,. ......;;.... .10 _ _ _
belo"*. !and gingerbread! and gewgaws.riiey'vttVtot PUe telling' crystals. fine and Ucllrntct.\ Tepast-ot. Inillgeatlbles with '%vbicle't'?, the firing lines brokeIn the head. 121 Ur ,' ....;. .....,...,.. .1.J. . ..,. ..r.j.. .110 .
....... . n.
work requiring much shnrT and let the their fll 1M'I.
study a dip-in cupI.andhelp !
men ,
; to attract attention In Is certain to be laden .'when be leatyshome. tJrnc..c.. .
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..om1Vdybut! you dou't need It. You Polnted.barI pencil! and a steady llQud. .' .lie may It he choose, save' from themlvesc! Jt..lson record that 7 .......'.H'.Lk. huller.... .......:...... 11'U.
,, look well (la any luodent little thing. First of all. bnVlnjr: selected ;your nest tils-camp"iaea Is or from the contrIbutions lobn Jacob Astor a volunteer staff 8t 818 I. ......... ,.H.mpIClr.I.. '. 6 fU8i
You*!:ein ]eud distinction to o; TrBtqU. Jt'i well .to study .8111 the Hf-rapathetlc citizens such foodas '.fllcer, wIbvenlth'cnougb:: to buy the '880 :. ..... \........,;.. : .1ampOI.. .p. .. .. ." 11 tiN ,
*jyourclotlief l ooks IiaveHo'.say, : about tlen1 tQt -'e'oa : . ....... .... ... .. . ... II \
> : ttiijlr.angfes .
.. ) "hi wishestocarry bis 'person// JAeach crop of a country.,was grateful .. .
on << 954 010 ... .:......"..FJorRhom '. _....'.......... 545
-Mrs.: Pfelneger looked pleased. "It clenv'a'ge planes luster etc., but on the ordtwiry.march and In camp "for a ,can otpeaclmesand; 'a common .18 5 14'.j"'.'.<" .,;..;.. .._.....,....,,.. "' S 15 II

awfully nice of you to sayS do,*! "iicsaid. then take a large vre magnifying: glass his haversack) the successor of the spectacle'was that of a man cojjijumlng .M.1J. -5.L----j-' _ _________ S .&Jd.P.f._. ,,
"* "+ htid examine them closely trader It. ..Anunexpected of a'cau.of In 4
.;"I.JUt- cumbersome knapsack., need contain'nofood ,bile contents ,tomatoes "Dixie nyse"tisspsrs.'
v "Andan.otlicr thing." coutliuiod world of beauty will thus 'for his ration on the road',,,lit tie Philippines it has been found po>>' ' -_ --x -
\PfeIbeger often revealed. If the ,
/ ; "TV* 'Can't afford any need- be transported. by one of the numerous" | aatl.ry11le .: .. a..mISI.1
UllVm 'h..V.ldtt. "
S I lVs Kxtrnvagance. We aren't destitute, in a little geode .or cavity, such as Is means of trabBpbrta tlon. Difficulties': \' and.po less than '120,000'pounds of ,.\.......TJtoD. ., '.......e.... al.1

i. thjyik.'poodness! But Its Just all welltoyHcileo cODlmo lJ1,t Ue" loiVIfle cJqis)In volcanic: -of travel however, such as were cn-> Mndy j, pre shipped -yearly to ,our sol-, .".. .:, .. ..1. .I' .2&0

judlcfous economy .Yes. I rock., 3ro, ,iiiay .*e. tho jrlrj--llke'o"fern Countered by our soldiers In Cuba/ dlers in the archipelago. Candy_was I W.m Ar.....,.< .,..,'.. .:-D.. 0.0'. .O. "''RV, ..,.f..... ..,..L'", :t a.m : ".,i'/'j I100pm
know) do I'm lined with sparkling gems from also sent to the troops In China, and the 11.m ' .. ..Atlllnt. .. ", 9opl .
jtou ; coinplnlnlnn. It should .IMS taken into a. count. .,. N.O. RY ... p.
eelas which radiate tufts or fine Hllkeu -halrt 1800 hounds or' thi first shipment 1 s55 .,'. .H..Cb.t.g. '81.L. .. ,. . 0
thought tbat'iou
us( mej; have ..The soldier jit the Civil War usually; Jm . ant
plenty'' hvetty little! goVrn: Where's with :4i 1)1 i f 'grm crystal Met, }n ?1Ib.) hard.limoof r1tmI.' vrns f re* Lasted but two days among .tbq. ,4400 Ii 40 "''Me. ... .,"....Msrtia. ': '" ....', .,.. u .& sin''I
08.m ; ,, Louts. lilt ... .. ho
that.brown\lrc s with tbe yellow .trimming midst; sometimes the caverns contain ?' I nerYse you Went that purple,gtius tot amethyst,>ftuor! pttr.* ind''wa.' 3thyW1ued'bedidnot. o1tD/ood.nnd Christmas and It made tbe foreign "its4.rFIyer" In solid'trota with through s.oiche.sail Psrlor sl..r>.n b.ah ,
con and Jacksonville, and carries bun t drawing room sleeper' I
You bare Pulma.
now.'" will observe crystals' that blm eU'on a fen-day ma ch with onlya allies wonder at the prodigality of a non and Jacksonville fetiroute t.ld St-tLouU./ .,. I I.
ripped that up 1altt spring find had been stunted Jn their' 'growth&: tuUnhnpeir four-day'supply! In tbose days: and government. ,_ Thecoiild. understand NuhYIM. Martin and O.t, .om )0. "ta.AU..t. ,hat
by the preitnlnff against them General Weston told Step" b solid betweaa and FaUtka,and rrles eoach.
c. the skirt dyed and wore It out. ever since the trooper found fat bacon why a foreign U'OI through '
between Macnn ,
of, other stronger:<< growing crystals., 'military attache the other that tbe andlaklDYUe ..-- .,
\Vell day
lots .
you're of other Wear 'ind the iueenlent bakoJbean bls'stapl Bound Trip .I"! toSummer Tourist points and to Mlantlo' b; '
twin. ot them. This Isn't A royal ,isit.t You may see Hue tlll'laeor pnrnllel articles when there was tho opportunity bitter's country could not afford to and WhlM Spring*. Fia.: ..r ' .J. .

and Barker Is Just as plain all nn old lines or Indications of twinning/ of -cooking-tbem; If nt\y! article ot( teed Ita soldier as we did ours/or It I WiLLuj.CsmouzyaAW.Yia.! I*
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; : hop." .crystals; yok( will notice also time floes! ,"ould take nearly $500,000 a day to O. U.BHODBI. General a. '
I food Is a national characteristic of outarmny.It '
J. Jbn-.I." D. V. A Jacksonville
.. "III! wife "" pof cleavage characteristic of certain give 'the largest of' armies 1 1. ,, FIn 1 .a. '
may not be, though. I ,tbe beoQ1\'blchJ. so pdPU : European A. BELL AU.IIa.O.! r ; '
nnd Invisible to the naked . : .
her crystal eye American soldier's ratioD.Tbat.1. J.-' _ _
"Ob hang Wear anything you lar that no military meal in the field the : .ao y- ,
ifke..' I don't also crystalfi' t 1I0t- hare been brokenand ., nationalmlliUaman.{ ---- -" ' ,
\! care.-what )011'nr. op In, camp Is considered! ;wholly; com* wb7' -' \
"I "Oppose." Bald )Ir". Pt'lnE'jft' faulted rcfpmented- by- : tuln- p1ee lftIout It. !Th<4 soldler'of to-rfa/ r the regular Is better off with hU Senator;de '

ter a shurt pause "I might wear that. ernl lUO"l'1". need not regard his gastronomic gltua)) 'beef hasbrf baked bl'aDf' nn.CfRl\d1' faan tent i lan' ''
little' silk but '*" ";::. '" -. Having: thus thoroughly Ptiullnl' lliflrrystulii -Germannd 5 French for Jnviance ,.:
I-. gray them tlotfas'perilous. wIJr, not find hi* ,the t' away,
5"\\"ty, of !course. What'sthe. lustier In. .plnce on a piece of white. officers Toffcrlng *1--fc\ *" > pitiful "vlth their fresh bread or- tho.Russian I. of tbt'' ._:,
'wlU UiatT I declare Women paper litrouK light and shadow.Urnw his hot ; -The'Germans"adlero : knife -"
yon Ki't clear 'and cracker as wag sonietlmes;tlia'casa-bt With soup a ; ,.
me.!, ,You buy,' address: nnd jay, some! the outlines .strong the South: Jn time Il\xtle\ &'-.and JIQ will\ ( to the fresh bread principleso', It.Cady,: .

fancy hrlce! for it and then. after! you've and tlie'Bngleg. Some and cry6tarsVeseiublc faces of!the crystalnhnrply. one not be,so bard pressed for. food ns to tenaciously a s''id supply-bread baking .A, troplt jt ': Thl.'a., ,

worn It once, oj--twice you go to work another ) like certain forms be grateful for young aUiffator talln, a* 'l'8gons.wblch: arc supposed/to keep vff already.being tried oIOI.,
and rip It up orese!, bare It slroretthere caloIliiTind no closely thr.t very1 were out:soldier* In Flc -lda dnriigtb4ar :with the troops. aud7urnlsh them wltb I Is Colens Copplnl! a Ioar''. manu- j
I've brcn. wearing the same dress of quarts only by : with the Semlnola Indians.! ., Another that article while they are on a march Mint or labiate i a pnrtlcu-j .
suit> for five years and expect to wear ,pareful' drawing' can one bi e tllstluRiilshcd food on that occasion \r 4\11 a 6r even Ju the enemy's country; while which non bnnd S
from the otluit_ SJ3.eralIy R\Mg
It for Ore more unless you let the without the listof color. la: highly species of cabbage which grew at tile 'the French bare a portable oven that 1eolgt: ] kote..and JM. '

moths get into It. and It's the same colored and crystals some beautiful top 'of the palmetto-trtsj.. This l>ra- may be taken apart as a convenience for when Pl'l' a J f ( 10Ck? . : -
with hats. My hot-" realistic ores effects have beea.obtalncd ,eerved starvation which ,In transportation. tur officers' not f : : 1 J / tb lnl'lde

-..,. !Mrs. Pfelnegersighed.. "Very well. hT 'plioto-llthograpby. in colors but Is not likely to contront the soldier who consIder fresh bread Indispensable, and &i "dCffrrl1t'Wwrth* grayrbe: iiald"- -. J ifffnrcwnrnt-ci,./atals4eavoiwi11stinctivo ( ROCS Into action uowndiys,Y ror'lIe'' will I It..hns been found that: the hard bread1iite winter, \ 'never,' ,:4'
011' nutritious 1nd Is at hand lte
colors IbDou must rely on 1Thrn1lroadorthevago&4aln.penetrating: !! I .. Into !
Bnrjter TO* an old friend" Pfelneger's wb''n:! Itl8'Wi f'fIiY..i1ur-tntnrrr( 1
Into. tbe fastnesses close !>.-- H h--
form. Again forms of r"lItll"m'l' 1thn
; tome '
-a.friend<< of his youth.. Ito ,Had : roopcrr ', "* "i. I I ,
bim.heel iwk."i. hibernate :
identical In form with others of an i upon <-*? '$ >r' "fThp species !
: goo 10 California' about; ten ;years before entirely different Border and 'rou may Th'o'-scrvlce on "the Western plains Boldierln)I the fluid- *has furnished J fctnerRvih'the larval ;
k .:r .' tend! had! ..fprwuwed.fijVPfe'inojrerwns ( : ; harp,'to diitlnjuutsh : them \, .1))', color.Shadingespecially II has, been made-comparatively comfortable ou 'alluring ittid' lucrative market tot only:IiI the.l l'val' i l for
,walkingalongtbejstreet: : one,un*!
the concocter.of 'lie efitf.vf: Many of
.5 ternoon, when !\ : Jn transparent cfy nowihat. the"troops (10 not concentrated- foods.1.j"
1' was"nearlyknocked
< '
tain should lic'iiKCi'/ppnrlnfli': .. except: : have .to depend'upo the- bull teams There are. Innumerable, .ncentrated "freezing-"andj, j } 1 ;I ,
down .
-'- with a slap on the jshoulder. It whenthesljadoW'/ l-Very-pi'ouoHaefd.- apbleotmakintnumorethsivtenmiles ; soup and.meatextractstbe.hitter now'being ::..:-. ., ',-- .___ :, : ; ,the. m&flf
was/ the Ijtng-lost 1311'k'rHeo; Imd"al 1';;,
tered 'lm* tho ten I'rellll'gerTall or when tilt,! t li nncs of the Crystals : not;yenrs. tuto 'the dark depths 'and rerprses sallied forth wIth the prospect of goIng patent ration used by us In the Philippines -I I great Quantities of and knjft.
quite sure : It had been for the
\ bctttr. lie was broader of girth and of the geodo cavern. To bring without oftener than getting their ). put up .in oblong -tin cans, I iron waste has, ntaIDe an', -
redder in .tho face and It seemed ns If out distinctly (fhp forms! of white or dinners aDd they were- happy with Apiece opened with a key. The contents,are ,,,( Nwedeu. The -mat : IM

i ,he was rather more boisterous In his traufllucent crystals It may \bi well to of fat bacon, a hard biscuit, and supposed to contain pe.mE'al. crocker r vessel of 11'01 or ot r.T1i
manner than formerly. However shade a dark background back of a tin dish of blackest cort.. They had dust bacon fat and .with seasoning.It | positive"metal I the' ifapU-{
.- they lunched- together, nnd Pfctncpcr them. on tbose occasions flour fresh from the is always Interesting to know what tacle Is filled with ,continuous" ,
asked: his 'oltJ.tlme Trlcud and.hili wife SomelliueH n root quart crystalsIn bagand were glad of tbe resultant the soldier gets In the way of "extras.1In II I>olnrlzu--such ns fortyyag .'}<
the centre of a vein Is locked In 'ould' so'me armies be gets nothing nlno An _
who bad accompanied him on' his "flapjack" when they ( find 'amlr' provided " :'i
eastern trip. to dine with the embrace of nn opposite art like a enough wood or other fuel on the orld 'our own couutryvtobacco may considered eet.up, the .,
bln a
"I didn't hear that had) married.Bob. row" of clenched"teeth. Occa Io"nnlly. prairie to make a" fire. If their' bacon |he only luxury aside from I I arating.jLa'alkali "o''.A '

," said I'felneger.:you"1 don't know these are beautifully( tinted wlttt nine- i gave out as It sometimes did 'In, the candy. lie will ne'er get his "grog" ,I alkl has become ._. .>

that I would have believed It It I had.hfard thysttne purple whilst, back of them II.a'Il't'r Southern swamps they ate cooked I agnlu. In England a gill of. rum may ) (, a Current of ;J' 'a' oattl.
It I always thought wereabove of milky white opaline quarto, horse and it Is on record that General bo 1 .m on the order of the doctor. looted 'into the bunoa ., -

such weakness." .you. ognte or chalcedony and back of thai Hartley's trusty animal\ served that The Germans bare tobacco and in an tin to forntC pa1me8\pn,

Barker again slapped-: him 1'n' tho a dense layer of rod, yellow or vurle beneficent office. I rneinv's country the raton I\nermnvA- This Is treated wltb .w :,
boulder and keeping his band pressed gated jasper. In lrawlncrygtala/ the Tbe-- soldier- -- of to-day goeii forth with by the issue of spirits. ,Iu the Hun tin in finally! : 1.., ,,

heavily there said In a husky but Im- mnln pylnt to aimed at is their characteristic tbe assurance: that he will get his. garian 11'my._ tbe ratlorncude..,i I Jag solution by ; .tb. '' i,
shape or grouping, so! thi/t brandy and a
three meals a day served for him. amid .
pres.slve' t "
whisper: ."My boy,. she's a I .
corker!" any one Heeliic.the! fketrh may rccr:.;- that be 1\'l1Il1ot be obliged to carry bis Although tea .is th \nn ton31.bvra.1 i I Professor J. n. G : ojf ;tttts.; ; ,-

Wben the Barkers made their appearance nlze them as belonging to a particular fdod except upon the rare occasionsof In Iuslla'i 1 not a Iar official flue botanical section pnrcisUktot-

Pfelneger could not help admitting family. When crystals ore very small! emergency wben ho may be required rUon. purchased by the soldiers L lltociltm. in hi* odd"I'S', .1 '
that his frlenlsdescriptlon of as In twln-orystali"or twin: or In, crystals to take not more than ftve'daYII'ratioD" tbenl8plel In Holland the war ra hs'rl(1 we are th.r ,

his wU was not altogether inaccurate. of telnrlde) orcs< It I. legitimate At such times be would find Incudes. under special ctrcum- i'i'fftorce. the possibility of .ho.Re

/, She was a tall woman high colored to magnify the crystal so an to bring awaiting himn\an "emergency; ration" ., a bait-ile of gin; The Belgian dUenscs of 11011 In : the
and with flashing black eyes<< -rather out its distinctive'! features.! Some ore consisting of sixteen ounces 'of hard Is one of the few soldiers in the that In "' to and' ,

too much color and rather too much form a series of concentric rings. like bread ten ounces of bacon. four world who gets butler In his raton.' muneto, attacks of ought'not'i.

flash about her perhaps; but she was i I green malachite and blue aiurlto oftopper ounces of pea-meal two ounces of The Japanese soldier rC'cel.ple4 recent experiments /or '2"' '

: emphatically: a '.'corker." She was'at-.I ; they had better be representedby coffee roasted and ground, with four vegetables 'and tea and fallowed cuttings of : '
tJred in a costumepalereetmaatJji. their natural vivid colon.-Mines grains of saccharin (one-half ounce during'the war withChlnahar4' flour Plrth ,hl1pr'gl1ate.' b gIye -

. elaborately trimmed that fitted her to and Minerals.! of tea with four grains of saccharin). biscuit was substituted for the rice fungus an plac'wbE righthe', '

perfection.(,and when she rat dtnvn to T).. Admiral railed to Oel a'DoIf. a little salt and<< pepper. and a half-- "which Js :.the" prlDcpal' portion of theJapsrntiomr' (he I0lrrll clnerca > I waterand- ,' '

dinner and the diamonds that covered Admiral Sterling almost became the ounce of tobacco, or a little more than IhI.extezmt_ that n,1< .0C plnnts. to use'.a' ,
her fiugermup to.the knuckles sparkled possessor'of a coach dog,,and someone thirty-three ounces, in all. In the ration time .oldlers'or the rations"armies l are tho begonia plants- must find '

... in the light of 1.he' candles Pfelneger In Honolulu a loser thereby The dog package lie would 'find the components allowed "extras" us a means of contrib "Uack 'br time )' the market, ,y

could. not help a sneaking feeling that baa a. habit of following people, ,to. separately wrapped the bacon uting tQ* their- contentment in a'tlv Iwrtet.b'. Similar j ji ; offering ".:

l' poor little Mrs l telnl'ltl1'Va,,/ .om.., whom lie takesa; 'fancy.add; there Is In totagh paraffin paper. the bard bread i service' ; i I obtn limed by prf I'or ; ,' re ,to'bel '". ..
, what eclipsed. ..:1f'} * no shaking him off until' he.. takes it In creose-proof.coverlngl; and''the'' pea- Tb'n army has the best fighters I j .xlco.- Coloj-, ', ,;;
The evening was not eicacily f a suc- Into hIm head( that A change of inaaters meal la cylindrical packages and the which gives its soldiers the best food. < A laboratory of ' ; ; 1lo tsnn." >
cams 111'.. Darker was >vivacious Is desirable. In some. way be followed oiher'article.. in small waterproof: pack Military xstrategy in akin to mitar,' nurtlncfal\, river- j .. : ),i

enough; even to the point at smoking a an officer down to the naval' station. subsistence. Victory' arms may be wont of streams, is 1 .- finu"f'\j'
cigarette after dinner. She played the One of the clerks saw the dog and ets.When the mOJUllm' n join too regular said to depend noontime 'satisfactoryemployment j I the Technical ; ; fp' '

piano too. in a dashing sort ofWay.Barker : made Inquiries from other station talked n great deal 'and rather but "no one seemed to know: the company mess, which la the- most and tbe alimentary canal] Is Intimately letS and outlets: and ,! '?'

boastfully of himself and' his pride In anything about' It. 'A telephone message popular of the forms ,f army"-subsistence r Jate to heroism. Our army Js the | IMUI tor varying the ; ., ,-4r1'I .

big wife was manIfest came/to this Inquiring clerk uDder peaceful
"Yes we're going to stop Iteseawek shortly !afterward/ ; asking whether''such be may live la the consolidated! mesa-. Its .pro }Sbe best fed..Harper's I'tin tt he ''U1'.ltlte' ME : f'

or two.'' be said once. ."The madam a dog "was at the station. The_ clerk, where' all tbe troops of1' the biggest Weekly. _. of n lrto\ ( "dollsri' a": .' ;
,,hue lias got tobuya few more trunk* replied that Itwas 'there' and tied np. garrison eat in the common: mese-hall. .-- -- t made.-. Tbi-ir tb. ; cent> '

fuls of dre.. e.1' tell ypivPfelneger, and the per.oD at .the other end of the where. the liquids! measured by gallons 'IJm. Murtmt iI.himt .Dh.pIae.d.- proper; slope*and (th ; .'watj* > '

.he keeps me broke About\ r ';nH. the phone said that dog was probably the ;and the solCdst' by bushels. .The Gypsum plaster I lit largely: displacing ttrerreprodaced on a i I 1.bUDdtolc !

time.? .-4 '__ ,; one Intended as a gift for,Admiral 8ter.IIug. .' ration in .garrison is bountiful and lime mortar as n wall ;:'Not only j liMffir of shot being "*
.' Later.on.'as"Mrs. Ba'rker.was play .;buthadl: been'sent.ta, the;irrong- varied :In :conopany'-roias'\ .ai" In'' time l hIt':; foui'd to"ho' 'mor'Inlll. and Jln,, *and.M'ef' ffrriwink .>'D.t: .'; 'I,, ,

ing. Hartet1' called I'folueger's attentionto I>lno i, and the ..cievkwas\ asked it be of peace tho.. i gular or)his f rles'\jt from duiraidef bit II.strength and hardness c'lth"r Hid' "dloues.of plckll.U.< ),)

one of her..1 lIg-nd.0Id! him' "tLo' would kindly pryn,tiibek4 "price. .. admiral.The derktynVfcaaftfe'fo'com.lily JiUrfi and wholesome' u: be would more 'qujckl'y ,wbeii.Jt' Nif j I soil.. II order that ; Eeb ,-
In was',Id|Tain1 that 'Ffeloegcr'toMhimself ; \ ; ;with the request Just at that ttoeLowing find at homp4.Ile( breakfasts at 6.30 a.rd. uwt d. '!uve brought .into" favor.t' "OWl'.(le.lrf mil j! l8ada.I I "

I that his guest ,,was 'a Vulgar,. to tbe stress of,:work.' La'er. ) ., dines at noon,.and ha. his supper at also hasgreat) .Value asa neutralizer > 1 .bf bl; the ]' '\ hadv,

'purse-proud trpstsrf. 'and that"thanked .-** -eriXfJB thinking, over his tele.- 5 or"S o'clock.While; ,on;; the .march ofjalkall in soils. .''be belt of :f I If'SIl.tor'rtirofuUy ; ei. np; f
the tord'that,."Ms.:,:pfelnen r phonic' Instructions.he..camei;: >: the' only two meals are.prepared early extending from iowa through couDt ntlet Isopenednod "' . l .t I

was"not as :MFL'flarker.:. .lie con W not conclusiontthntthel voice,is4 ..farnl: breakfast and aif earlyulinner' two or nnd X>klaboinR and into.Texas ln ;[:-1owlyat I time end f- -"ordei'.' _

ttp: his eyes. "oft the;lady lor her, gown flTar"sound'and he forthwith ,Imelt a.'at.1.Tbe' three hour before sunset; !In f be' gar th or her S t.D.. ... \ : dog' Is still at the Station" rison., as In the field the ration has ortbe output of gypsum1 west -rff tUo- a..a" Iloar** ( ;.''or"to. 41
ibrtatfas't.'Hhe: ,iiezt .iorn1ng.. ,tf Jrdn' need"i lI"or"IIotli''w"-'uuw.I.... ...( .. Into 4 cconnt.the. UIt\1o.l\O\ >iLwUb, . States are practically' InexbsustU-,' hero; of an Incident cld. J upon .
,suddenly 1,Mid, ?.MoW& '4mOiat4dvertiIrJ. \. -t= oil'variation in the. but',of'affair; as' j .Commencement. :. : t I .'

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P The KlsMmmcG Valleu (Gazette;: THE ORAI, tiE 'CBOP-ESTIMATES. OOV. JENNINGS.Gqv. ' ' ,,0 .c 'J

TOO LARGE. ., William Sherman Jenningshas

4 ,, "., , ".;'.,;;TBL PHON.NO. n"t- Just now considerable speculationis shied his castor into the ring,' ,

Hi! f'\" pvaueazosvaxtrPUOir and 1.. for In -. a .
now oat votes. a lengthy\ "
? being Indulged; as. to the size r>f
In Valley Umette 1JnIlCUnlt'
r. Office
{ In ervlew, .last! week, he gives This .
J. i [Ia.IMb1EtOtlCEUL1CUUNY,FLA. the forth commit :
J/ '. r. '" as generally the case with other crop views, on. many, things.. He endorses : .. I .
., ,Jr E.. POUND ; ( '. .
PROPRIETOR.. the platforms ( State and National) -
'W. B. gABBM r" Ute figures given are larger, than! the1 '
adopted in la In favors of-a'
\ conditions 'to Vf 1000; '
seem justify
,, '
,. .' J.. E.- POUND' Editor wally such reports. are made up by tariff'for revenue only; is In favor of r . .. .1 ....1. 'iI' 'fg .
1 1I
"'I J the abolition.: of the tariff on sugar
; !V- I I.. Entered at the Fokvoiriae In } Clmlmmee. Fla,. someone Interested on the bear side .
'f r ft,A. <", $. aoond-claaa.mall matter. I of the market and'the figures represent aga.ln8t.Cub. to the efid that the "government I ', I ,
n \ J *** -- -
' ., :.ft'! t aubeortben i f will' notify the offlc IfV" nothing more than hid opinion whichIs of that'&cbnlt.' ..,, ,: '. : -:.. .,',: .
I they fall to get the paper regularly. based of course from information Florida cattle free; ,,'ut-Ii "ifcha trusts ; ,

j i:' tied*ll communlnatlona oorreapondenta must exe-ot J,lrom aliened our authorE oy toe:- that may or may not be-reliable,, yet regulated and says,,,"lh y should be, II : : .. -.J., ..."', "

J. .h Yt'lter. dethroned and shorn of Power "fa -
which Is wlce1y':! ubIl8hed that tlie ; "
f,: Rejected matter, will'noth turaed hnlercTheeditorLanotrapopdbleforoplnlomea so ;>> ;
j _.
v. pro' : Is much affected thereby. Ilecc t vors the free, and unllmi'e I and i ':" '7' .." "

'">."1 !, AdTortlslQf rate.maybe. had on applloitlou.SUbSCRl'lTION gold'at a. ratio of 16 to 1h a.rtil.v """:-. ,. '" .'
; :
'",,' I- Arpold. of the yield of the present : :"\ :; ....; :, '.'J'
favors the enact iient ot 'laws to e. I. -
;) : RATES. crop of orangesby counties ,' ,. _
11.'On.. copy one rear .....,.,........ . . .H.jJ| In this State, which place the.aggregateat large the". poweVs..of the Interstate ,: I ; : ,'. 'j
.. .,. .... ... .. .. ' montht !I. Comma ixe Commission; wants. a more \ "i\; ..
.{ One copy three montlu... .... >.... ... .. ;.28 2,105,000 boxes. ." ., : : .:
1 liberal system of improvement of'bar. w 'r'stiir\ )l'i ",', t"" !
Another : :.1i"' '" ,<, .' .
r!< > estimate .is that of J. J. . : ; " '
,,:'I'; Friday-Itng28; ..1603r'r. - ---''-- Heard "a-member-ofthe-- 'ID-1f. hors and rivers; favors at amendment '. ..,. .. ;; ,,;\, "" }'," ;;'..;..,.._, .
8tltut.i. _
T33hjU n7-Rl'Ovldlng-.for-.t.Le ,
fAn Heard it Reynolds of Arcadid, .f:: ',"
': .. ller'. : election. .of Senators by a dlret vote of ,--. -"- .' ;ill" '" 'I H . '\"It. _. .
which gTveTthe at -'Jr' 'n"t. I
aggregate 1,720,000 people; bea.tlly'endorse. an income ,, ; \"... ;. -
Examination, of applicants for boxes. As applied to Osceola countyMr. -
tax thinks thiit labor troubles oughtto
\ teachers' certificates will be held at Arnold credits us with 100,000 ; >-
be board of arbitration { -
adjusted by a
i' 1 4'! the courtJ-house in Kisslmmee, Fla., boxes while Mr. Heard place our ..
sees necessity for a .
; .no reorgantratlon
.i beglnlng; at 9,30 o'clock, a. m. Tuesday cropat 75,000.Both: -arfcrtoo; large If
: of the Democratic party, as the :
; Sept. lath, 1003, and continuing; we would believe the evidence of those
"tl platform Is broad eH6ughi for a'.l. true
if necessary, two or* more days. who are and have been on the groundall
Democrats and factionalism flnds .
App'Ucantl.wUt proridfB.; them,'!'lv swith the' time and who t.herefore'O1jlbt In Its "
encouragement provisions;
pen ink and legal oap paper tQ t>3 batter authority than one 'who .. ..
boools'the Nicaragua route lor the isthmian p .. "
"i B.-PINTON, merely pfity,. partial reports and who cannel; wants the. Filipinos to .. I "
i., Supt. Pub. Inst'.n., fills in to roaka the sltutatlon agree
be free and Independent wHh' a government -I''
:1 Osceola l -
County with his ideas ot.bls Inter-tests. We -
of their own;; has his own
[I. have it from the Tax: AsMstor of this THE ARCH SUPPORT OF
ideas (good too about the
rj STEAM was generated a little too ones, ) ,
countywho has made the agricultural t
.\F 1.\\ fast for, safety at Punta Cord. swamp Indemnity lands; thinks theclalmpdclalm '
statistics of this county for the
,L ,- past I government ought to drain a A DOROTHY DODD"SAVES
I six years, who knows Just how many I .
"""'A big convention of came gvovert I the Everglades as "Is now dope by Improvement . '-- .. ....- .....
In --
y bearing trees there the -
are county '
.of the arltl lotiAr of e
t" 'w\ll some during
l'> meet..t take City and who has watched their and "
j growth West; wants all the United States. land . ,
September.. .
f''c. ,
thing connected with them and
1 every remaining in the State reserved for a

sr'x;; IF the epithet "''lt Is a lie" Is the whose evidence should be consideredas school fund; opposes 'a surplus. in the f' THE FATIGUE

--d debate .In that of an 'expert, that in _
product of the first joint national t.rea.ury..Lake City Index. .. -
I't:( twelve month'a campaln-v.h..t.: will his opinion the present. crop of foot Is tired walking or standing you rest
$ the harvest bef this county will not exceed 00,000 box Put an End to It All. When your from'oug ,

,.' y ,II. Last year there were.from 27,000.1 A grievous wall oftlmes comes -asa by holding it in your hand and compressing: it firmly
<, boxes from result of unbearable pain from overtaxed
1 f y'; The State supreme court has only 30,000 shipped here which
.'|>.!r t 165 eases on the docket and at the rate' were accredited to Osceola county, compliant organs. Dizziness and: Constipation., lvackache,1'-. But around and beneath the instep. That is exactly what the "Dorothy "

,. it is''' progressing it will have soon when in fact a large- proportion f thanks to Dr. Kings New Life Pun

I ; "-t aught'up. them were produced in Polk and DeSo I they put an end to It all. They are Dodd" Shoe does for you all the time. It is like a soft hand firmly Ii

" ""' to counties.The last named estimatetherefore gentle but thorough.! Try them. Only '

'1, ,HoW eight men can row a boat two would give to Qsoeola an increase 253. Guaranteed by Osceola rnur- grasping the "waist" of the foot and supporting arch. You will .. r

f ,feet wide 1 a problem that some of of from 2"" .000 'to 30,000 boxes macy. '
---- --- --
) .'I':;- the polling boys will. incidentally over the crop of last years in eluding Washington county Is the last 0 never realize how much of your daily fatigue can be relieved until .' Y#

.1 ;. prove this year. There will probably those from Polk and DeSoto and credited .be added-to the dry count'es. I

.,.. t, ,M a lively scramble for positions on to Osceola, which Is more Conservativeand .. you try the "Dorothy. Dodd." And: the "Dorothy Dodd" retains y :j
; the;rival college crews. .. .
.J .:--- one that Is generally bee, p
... 1 Major ,Chan.' H., Smith, better I lleved to be nearer correct than either "My Sons/' arched tli. to. and sets c1ose'lyup: : to the foot '

those of Mr.. Arnojd'or Mr Heard. 'Tfthenibey "

'.1. ..'Lt;,r.\. 'nom known de as plume'B'll.Arp1 he wrote; for under,!the!:press which, are mistaken by 15 to 40 percent ) aid a great business man, are my Zits it has-been worn for months. No other shoe Z. .

in a such &sO ola.. is it need all .the -
'home county, o partners and they
. 'f 'died at his Dear \CarternUle' made it. Other shoes bend at every stet .
not reasonable to thy have I
suppose strength and can give .
courage .
i:. 'Ga., on'Monday the _24th inst., a.ed .
:. also been mistaken in their estimate them and he forthwith paid for a take. Thus the foot becomes tired. Is I .
:, k98! ara. !( you ;
'. of the whole just. as much? f I,ooo,ooo policy in The Mutual .

.""i-- Gov. Jennings ,was the Senatorial THE-PUNTAGOKDA- - --RALLY LifeInsurance Company of New worth while to endure tired feet when the renu d. "

,; 'aspirant at Pufa: Gorda, who did not York; Not without the most careful .

4 .,f '*loose his',head and indulge in unseemly This much talked of affair came off investigation, however extend) is so simple?-Dorothy Dodd Shoes., They cost $L. .

Sf< words. His even tempered ness Won last Tuesday and was attended by ing over six months. He was con .

"( him friends there and the thousands of people drawn thither. by led the
many opln vinced by just such facts as C. W. DANN has exclusive sale. -
. the promise of a lively time to be _
.1o J._held that the fight that is on beMasan' President of a National Bank in I

,j :Stockton;a3"Tbimterro"vrlil i,!thq!,e distinguished! son_ New.York,to make the curious andshrewd"pr

1 s i his eleutlaaalmoit a certainly, M the State who gee; or imagine ey; Vis -'in his will,whichis .. '--. ._--_. -. .' '' .. . __ __ :.- .- ....- "
k'wtalnly can do him no harm.. see, in the distance polltlclal preferment contained in "A BankerliiWilLlWrite. : .. .
'II't,/ that will set them. away up on theladder'of .'for i it' the '= ; .. . It I. : : '''' ",' ' -.- : ,
'and..c"al.o..t lor; ' : .., J' ;; ", ", ,. --1'
JapraTR!?, Treasurer--Knotty:, spent fame.and4: popularityElThe: \' .'. ',' . , ,'. L,, \., : .' .
accountiof.theji'bo6"oooTpolicy7"The ', .. .' ,\ 'f.ii\\ "it 'j" I','; 01 ''>' .
: : .. .. .. ... . i1l ) : \ fji\! "
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.' : ,; ;.iI.\.i.u.t.!\ lI.M "
"., .., 'jttst enough time in Klssimmee Wed.. people were not disappointed, if it is Largest'Annual Premiums" - ''''' ''' '. '''_'' "' ' , -'. CALL ON ; ii ")1",\ .., "" 1 it't.\\! :: .:[ ::. : -:",''rl.: f\\" '<:
oesday to say ,'bowd) to a friend or true that they. went for purpose named -
/ two'; So far no one i has been found for if all repprts are, true two of those I Tha) firtt-ln Company Aanct r..k.. FOR_' --a, . (. ----_FOR ,t kky ,

'fi with the. temerity to offer to oppose seeking seat In. the U. S. Senate ,
t. ,. AmouaL-Patd ; - -eS *
ftrit-ln rolley-holdm. <& 4&<3Z ,::'. 'b him for reelection. We hope none can Messrs Stockton and Taliafearo furnished firtl-In AC*. (

bo for I( there is any one of the can- the. -"hot stuff" they were 'look- I ; : If\5 I
'?; 'dld .te8 entitled re-election It.II W. ng for.: THE: MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CROTnING.y// K' I fyfj

;., ''V; Knott, He has held t.he'positionBata Goy 'Jennings spoke first inthat COMPANY OK NEW YORK AT /1.rv .

.= ' ; Jew month. and the duties of the calm, dispassionate way (tot RtrMA.u A. NCCOa y. .tIidcaL z ,(1rti
:frJV1 I o canbe' no more honestly dls"charged.'thao'hy of his, and set forth his clams in 'a r. '
,,. i him. Nassau, Cedar, William and Llt\ ''I! .
:; ) ; masterly dlgnfled that. could
manner ertv Sta., New York N. Y, .
'f -wL.: ;::jTheJkletroplls a few'days.apo pub but make a good and lasting impression CECIL, WILLCOX,-r-lsnll.jer.;

::'j,H'.l1 fed that I rumors were a fort regard- in his favor. Mr. Tallaferro fol Jmiksonvllle, Fin. .. .. ___ _
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- - -- ,---- ---r--------- -- --- ----- --- --
M TILLElt< ,; Agent, Klssluinioe, l'la.
and in a'conservative manner
\ the settloroent\ of the ForbcsStetpy.'Wsoaeontroversy -
,.' : out of the court, .;'ay. told why he desired renomlnantlon aocooooooooooooooceooaoocW.LVanDuzor&Co.-- -- - _._-

CrfJ1"' i andbt he thought! he deserved( it.
2|the ljrackscnvllle; !! Metropolis' ; Th5 reports -
7 p seemed authentic but it now His speech was also will received '}fr.
ap- tells the
"p'vtpeer.tbat; M"rv Stetson has either not aap'irists\: was the last of the Sanatoria! Formula story :

'(,,1 ifMMyed/; proposliton or ha not. and If'''glnger"/ iwas lacking -

\{}'_i fided in some If his warm and en- In'the speeches of his' opponents B R O K E 'R a"1 Grove's Chronic Chill Cure'J

K':'p I.laltics supporters in l;torida. The his furbished enough for all' Ills re- _, .. J

"htbtlowlnlt' i fa ..a part of a letter (sent the marks weredevoted'prtnclpally to telling ----------------- I Not a patent.mecfidne, a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter'taste made of

J )4et.roPoIIa qty prominent| gentleman, why he should be nonlmated and 'REAL ESTATE Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

I who, .",,8Id.. In Delarrd, which win why his opponents, especially Mr,

.r ,"pro!_(:jot ,interet to Floridians, and : Taliaferro, should not be and held up AND INSURANCE Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT . Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK '

.:whiChtvfer.'to; *lie'' alleged proposi1W the record of the. I latter as a trust i Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
''.'wont. ; "; magnate and a receiver of rebates -It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.
? have a oertalned that fr'om 'corPOratlonll, In H Iwav. not liar. :
< Dome of --- --- --
.. majority'trustees: have concluded erlni; to one seeking to, represent the Notice' of Application: to Sell TEe Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price 5Oc. '

,:;:"Forbes should resign and Home democraocy of the state. Oratorlcally Personal Property.Notice .

he''';should. take a leave of ab his Is said to have been the best effortof I.1 hereby give to all whom. It mayconcern -
... .
that the uderHiKned M Kate, lu
t tsoe, end certain people are engaged the .three. His remarks as a matterof dmlDlilrator of h-- Kubvrt If.
>' Lanier, deceseed, and of t'7"fc. Lanl rhl t
.of; endeavoring. to bring about a corn- course'were not so well .received. widow, d oeajied, will oil 'Hutunlay. tint Ath .
lee, and have, been considering His injection of personalities failed of day of HapUimber. A. !J., lu<.n: at 10 ft. m., apply ( To Cure a Cold in One 'Day CnrsCrip .. .
to the lion. W. K. Johnston County Judge of
matter for several months._At the its purpose, which he doubtless fully Oaroola I county, state. of Florida:for an order tu In Two Daty*.

'of our I list, correspondence fromStetson realizes ere this To .defend himself ell at public aale the follow lUll described |N>raonal .
belonging' to the laid eilatea, Take Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablet
.... .:' no proposition had been Mr. Taliaferro was accorded a response to-wlt property: ?. .A PH a/y' on every

'','' .kitted to hi m. ;. We understood by the committee. which he oountlei All that of-pertainistockofcattleratgleg Oaoaola and Brerard lo said In SUM the s.vMDDoa boles soW Is peat 13 1DOIIda. This signature (!;l..yC /! A box. ZSC.NOTICE. .

here written a proposition to sub- stated that It had been his branded HI, and marked la the following
desire to marka: Two underbita out oar, ttnderalouanndorblt '",
.tt to'Mr Stetson in which -
t ,, Forbes conduct
a campaign free from In the otbor ear, and nudenlop nn- .
.,();'I"n't 'The' minority. ,board nor but that personalities derail In one car, crop hall crop In the other t.
Mr. Stockton'sstrictures ear: said atoek: of cattle numbering hundred
xfr;? ;SteUon{ ,has, been consultedthe''msjorlty I compelled a reply In kind. and fifty head more or Ion.Tbli I Notice to Creditors::
vth of 19m.
', board. We under-'i, He then took . day Aegud.leiitfl" i, Notice I. hereby lI"en0 Creditors legatee .
up Stocktons !; X.TZ.\\
political Notice U herebyiglyeu that the following deacrlbed landa will be old at auction and dlatrlb"t8e. .
public on
aDd all .
that < Administrator of th having de.lliha
eatateaof Robert II. '
Mr. Wright, .Mr. Clarke and i record the 7th of Hall In Klulromee bH\nd. .... Vnon
'brandedTilnf as a bolteror Ijtnler.deoeaaed,and Mary O.Lanler deoeaaed. day September A.I) 1903 la front the Town City Oncao.a County .,ernor Jennings favor his absolute Independent P. A. Vim-AoKEw Florida or ao much thereof aa-will be necessary to par the amounts due for taxes herein let deo..ed. an< NalX - Lanier, hhi.wlA delh'
stated that Mr. S. opposite the lame, together with the coat of adT rtUlng and eels oeaaed 10 PPele.n* the ame.duly authenticated
front the nnverslty, 'and was not free from the taint of having .5teth19091Wrno': to nnderalgned within two years from
Mr.'Hobaom Mr.; '. OWNER. DK8CRIPTION.TAX AND COSTaRob8rt -. hereof AM prescribed by law. otber..I.. .
Sparkman and had dealings, with and received ibeamewill bebarred'and, all

i' favor giving" him a leave of, abWe -I',I money from the dreaded ocpu.t.bati Notice' of Application to: Sell Uriknown.: ..,. .. '. ...'.. . BlockWL.Baaa....r..Addition". ... .,v,...,................-...."". .. ...... .,...1I8 que.Led0 may be indebted make'10.immediate acid .tata are persons hereby re-.
s: ; this not from. Mr. j i the money. paid for the Times-Union Real Estate... t MCPHATTKR, I tbe nnd.nlped. 0
III Do', 'b "'*trom outside sources.nnderstamxtbat j: 1et''W8Dt I ., + Tax Co'lector of,the Town of, Klulmme City :Honda. Thii AnlU.t 6th,A.D' 190S, .
[. by :; into the pockets of Notice U hereby given thai I will on 'the loth W081lSKA.TZ.: .
Forbea will not i Mr.. Stockton,: :This last remark I day of Septembers A. I). 1508, at 1C: o'clock In ++i .tt.fJtot. I 11'.11 f. I +. I I fH". *.**4.'r4H"H"HH- AI AdmlnllLnLor of th."tate. 01 Robert Hiauler1doosaaed .
10 th. university, but will elth-1 i was the forenoon, apply to the Honorable W. H.' P. and Nary I refuted by Mr. Stockton; who caljed Johnston County Judge of Oeeeola connty, -' A.YA.FA.M.w. a5146th
., .1g' or take leave of. abM>I11q;Y.EL''''his opponenta' "lie" Btateof Florida, at KlaatmiaeeClty. for an 0.. Semi Tropical Nurseries 1110I.AllOnae,.
, which of course der to Mil the followrog real estate situated In ,
Pavintev'of, Jacksonville, resigned precipitated an Incipient row' .between Oaoeola county;, State' of Flortdybaerlhed, : a. -Stanley's
trustee 'because he did not wish; > Business College.
I them. which fortuntely ,was stopped by Beginning at a etak.Os. qnarter of a mile Orlando; Florida.
lor..the fprther'oontin-l\ those ortfi of Booth Fast comer of Section M, Tp. % Thosuivnu c......
nearby.Other speeches we're B, R so K,
run west b9 feet D"mll46.leeL. ..
101. Dr. Fo>
;. OAvarsity: .HI* resignation has had lh. I'oodetreot; partially at plao. .1-01 belrlanlDC. ....cams, being ooutalq Ib", eight acresthe ; of your Wants and I can save you money ,or. Oran e.&lLCb &J\d Upon u. for compete 70Q bookkapSchooiwlhfptahen .
been accepted, bntbe has, hot 1 i : ..--of W&IUD -,sod to be Pear and 10da .dl.ntnr our
all kinds of k
:; oar
'least;dispelling the gloom, cast, over sold for 'pose"l\oD.r "the debts 01 acid Nursery,, f, nr more 01 our PreaorIbed eou...... aDd .0_",
L --.uJte4l.. this. mAttereltheramember 4-.4. full r eompt_ .... ....
the assenbly the i c PA TIN.Adarof I && will plan r. I
of the '.trusJ by little episode just tat: of NFL. v'r. W. R. SPEIR. .It/on. The above offer b open oely bp.none
minority; ..., ,, loa, d.o1 31! sox 1S8. of good banoter and eonecs labILa..
't.o1d.// ?. ''Com. te
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The KlssimmeG Valleu Oaze'UeNO. .waate4:, r '',,' Horses Tor Sat. ; ." !t'M'KYM M' I+ai41+Yi'ai4NYi11iiNSiV/i/i'Y" .,., :

TELEPi10N, I' 11. J turtles.', Ten thousand 1 W.pounds B. MAUINSON of. selT Co.shall' kind Two any car price.loads, Among Just received.the lot Any are f, Business Locals J i il lJ''THERE 'APe r 1 fteafla.' t

PUBLISHED' EVERY'JrRlDAY", 'old paper 20c per hundred. at" the; some of the. best family horses ever I VWWW%VWWVVVWWW j '- -, :

BT- valley pazette office. broughtberealeo'; a lot of trained. - ww...... _ .. ... i 1 .'.-". ,- f

POUND a. HARRid. We regret, to know that Prof* Me-: : Indian cow ponies.' ., See Bq counter''etDann'i.. : ] PA.t VANS*r-_ >'AGNEW, rl( ,
OHUnbH; DfHgQTOnY.MnHODirr .' week BeatH' has been"on, ,the sick: list this aUQHEY 1 ,DBATTON I "A,MJt.JEK.!" Standard Patterpj at Kat...'.. i f '-" I I AND"A TTORI\fRy'- NOTARY1\ A.T.' PUBLIC L AW..n.: ,, .. ,...' .J I I -"(,

'W II .. m. and CHtJUCtfj 1 o.eock.-| Pr ," chlnr Prater each meotlnirrr '' flab.bath W. J"Sea/rs// has moved Into the Schools Supplies at ,Dann's. Sea those ftp pcfltablets at DaDn'i'.' ; , 'i ., :. KlhSIMMEE. FLA: r,

Thursday e.anlne at t p, m. Sabbath office recently occupied"by Attorney Sheriff School shoes, good at 1 ., .IN j
School. ,::44 Sunday morning. Prevail returned home last ones, Dann'LNew I" : J.. W.; 8IMI'SQN
ri F nays., n. H.,.Seymour. ,. DR
Saturday from A trip of about .two
BAFTIIT C.w im--O. J. FrterT.P.r.or.- i goods Arriving. at *.' Brat 1 a
Preanhlnit every Sunday a. m, and 7 p. 10. Miss. Albert Hlnton wants. to\ rent a @k'. down the river .He states that k11'.:. 1 ; DENTIST-' ,
8 .Yonng PeorIa'hll 41.110 |>. m. Sunday piano tort, the use'of her 'musicclass the. hyacinths' are "Inayer1 'fast i IE1EFY.TOIN.I I 'J j
h Bobool D.M a. m. Frtyer meeting every Thur. at ,Office over .OAoeola Phsrmscy;
I day 7 p. m. Vi.ttortslwaya w.;ioom.. the coming session of school and threaten. at no'dlstantday choke Dann'd. ...r .
BT. JOHH'S KnwopjUi CHl'RCH.-Darld D ; .to
Klild Rector.. earvlPer on U>. etoond 8uud .Miss M. J.i pry an returned home out the navigation of 'the- river and Call. and see ice Bratton's := Omtis.UOuualj- I F 1,30.100: 6 p"m.. r
..Tolthe month Morning ervlce at'.IO80. frritn her visit friends 'and lakes. This condition has already new : : Telephone. ITo 16 Jun 6 '.
j' ,'cook. Kvenlii sei-TUxi, at 7 UN,) o'clock. among relthe. goods, .= ; lyr.B
.p.tRRTrsruAYCHeaow.-BlTlp wonhlponTerr In'.q"orgla last Saturday been arrived at on the ,extreme. lower : ", i
OraL, Sunday mid third- Sunday, in each Mr.'Frank part>f tihe route and is growing "this If you wish to save manit) 'bur; from : J ;WHY; HOT ,IIDRUGS' [ :: I If 1R4 .AM; ,. STEVENS* :
Lawsonhas beenat.home '
mouth. Morning 11 m. a., Evenln pann. ..F. ,
ierrlp e 't700i; >. m. Bunchy., Reboot at this way rapidly,. _" .. .
':4/1 a. m. C. KTiefrlo*; at 'n* 1'.-n.-rnTvr week: reduperatlriy-from a spell/ ofmalarial Try a pair ohoUd Battle Axe Shoe : ...DKNTt8T'i,.
: lobo ht. : Mrsr" P.
fc fever JBucUvbrotber,
seetingThundarev.nln ; at 7:00 p. m. v.r7bud1 contracteI"at's: OVieJoT; p; -
In moM oordlall T IJI Ttted to attend theiserrlQM. E. Gregory of this placeand, with at-Quloe A BrattL'a y -,_..__.' ___. : -au'Adm.lnl.tered.o.
F. a. XUiLCY Prater.t i Mr, and 'Mrs. W., B. Harris. and '
UAViDa0N.8upt.pd8s. whose,family he had, .- home Little pendlls, big: pencils, pencils : ?{ : andORLANDO '
t :ALaz children are expected to''return' home O 'f..f8.3o f$ &fg'r xi--_ ':,
.'- .* '. ' ..' for-some time past; i died from lung for: everybody at Dann.'s.glassea . : > _..
a --' from North
Official Weather Report. i, Georgia "toa6orrown'ight.Mr"J : trouble last !Sunday; .and on Mondayhis ;jeuy,a ..,and .fruit Jars at :! ; ... FLORIDA' ,
A.1:.".. TYPauTeas.-wgtE2Nntr.. W. Slater and his.niece, Miss' remains were taken to Plant City Thomp aD'.. .' .. 'a

THVMDA.T *T.mi<.. Aug.27. 1MB.i ii. Davenport, have .et.nrned.t.o ,Kls lm- for Interrment.- The young man'I. ... ;f J.M, WILLSON'JR.,, ,
, mee, after month. the have ""sufferw-to Summer clothing reduced. In price at. TAKE 1WiE1ffAPiE1Esr
, a or .two, spent In said to been a' great '
Ouice & NOTARY
&aln. Bratton's. ( PUBLIC. )
.. to_ -
&: lu. tan.FrtdeV North. *; whom death doubtless. was, a relief.- .. I

- Rull Bass loaded and ,shipped another The bereaved relatives) have the sympathies Another lot of "Dorothy Podd"; : ( STATE AT, LAROK.- "\S.-

..,.i..J. \11II 7. .. ... of the community. ioTHieir: sor shoe just received at Dinn's.Stanford .. ] .. Real Estate Agent.;
8aturdaj.......... 118 7. .. trap of twelve oars of cattle .. [Gi KISSIMMEE.t... rLORIDA.f .
IIIIDda)' ........... ,et '18 :;:1 here yesterday.There. ; were about 600 row. Is sole agent for Douglass .., "
. ... 114 72 ;
Monday. ..::. ...,.". 116 72 ..lYTuesday. .a head, inthe, herd. Mellon Carson, son of Mr. and Shoes at Kisslnimee.. = . -.\W HARWELL. ,
WecJDa.da.".............. IN IIG '71\..2i' ,1iOTband. Preaching' at the Methodist ..churchby Mrs.-N:B.: Canon,'suffered fracture1 i "Dorothy Dodd" 11i'oe. have the 1 a ti \ :: JUSTICE: ; OF'TI11tPEACE'UDNOTARY

: the Pastor next' Sunday morning of the large bone of the leg below the sty-le. Bold only by Dann. .. THEM AT PUBLIC STATE AT LARGE

l T. A. HiMraoit.-p. M. and night. The public is cordially. invited knee last.Saturday'whlch. ; has caused Try air of Queen Quality. _Shoe. 1 i i i I If MARRIAGES .A Si>BCIALTY.- ,

Our rates .Insertion, of advertisements to attend.. him no little pain and will, to use a Sold Only by Stanford. i Office on Stewart Avenue, ,

among-the reading: 'matter on Seed Irish Potatoes now ready forpl..nt.loa'2 nautical expression1. keep him "moored - Subscribe for. "The .Designer,"' at 1 KlS IMMEE. It '. FLA.
to the dock" for sometime to come, OSCEOLPHARMACY
Is ten cents line each Insertion. ; per bushel, or W bar.rel. 80cts at Kau's..
this page pet .- per .per year v ,1 Q. THOMASOM.AU. : ,+
When he returned from college the on- P
1 f I
orders at ,my office. W. trre.b.'Mutton Payeletae.eA. eargwa. j
Tuesdays and '
L.'Van Ducor. t ly available-employment for him was Fridaysat CALL ">>.
Beeves A Woods'. -
; Phone 61. 1
a place at the sawmill which he accepted .
I Mld BO 'PkCM S3., "ottb.'Pti.ei' 4"inllllnnn.t
Mrs. E. G. Ilarrell and Mrs. 1dMU1teFh41F1Mk1ha
Joseph i / ..
Ellis sister and another. ofT. W. Ellis despite its hardships, rather than Subscriptions received' for "The Designer .. ..... F7A.
spend the summer in idleness, and itwas ?!' at 80o per year At Katt's."Dororthy . t
Local News.tooooooooooooooooooc. ofthlvpJ ace, with whom they have while performlnirhis duties there
been visiting fQr_dome time, left for Dodd" Shoes are fully .
that the accident occurred. We learn guaranteed, you take no "risk. Sold
their home at Camilla Ga. last ,
. Saturday. that while he and other were movinga only by Dann.

large piece of'timber'the skid upon The handsomest line of Spring' and .,
A pleasant week. i -"dad" Graves is going into the livery whiehit lar: slipped and the timber Summer Dress Goods ever offered'in

Wade, the tuner. Orlal dO". 0 business and to this end' has put Fell upon him with the above re.ult.UP. .- town'. at Kali's. L
I a pair of Tennessee thoroughbreds was givenmedical assistance. as -
Read our Business locals.. i We are now handling some extra
from liughey, BrettonMiller, soon as possible, carried to hlrhome, fine Fresh-,Meats; Beef, Pork, and.
'Send 'us vour Job Printing. that will serve as a nucleusto and is doing as well as could be expected Mutton-at our market.. Call -up phone

"Dlntresulngly healthy," say the which he_,will add as occasion requires.J. we are pleased to know.It I 01 and give us a trial order. -
: . ....
Reeves & Woods. '
physician of our people... R. 'Fields and family, who have has been suggested thatwe of, I UUS "

Prompt attention given any Insurance resided here for two or three. )'ear. Kisslmmee formulate ourselves Into a For Sal.- ? '

or Real F. takl placed with .1. M. left a few days ago, for Blountstown, commutes and the necessary subcommittees Three good mules and. wagon./ Ap- SffQE .IfHfN. :
Wilson, Jr. ti in West Florida where "
they will reside, . for the purpose' holding ply to1 .WV MAKINSON Co. ,
For-ty-fivir tRkets 'fI'el'4L.old hereTuesday Mr. Fields' having purchased an political rally here during the latter. Stove Wood. :." '

for the Punt* Gorda excursion interest in'a turpentine business there. part of S.r>tember, to which all the We will furnish Stove-Wood, dellv. .WHY, FAMOUS? \ '

We learn that Prof. R. .R;. ;Kendall, candidates for United States Senate '' ).0
ered to part of town at$1.00 1 Because: 'they l have stood 'test style\
bean any per every: for durability,
of Rollins College expects to be from Florida, those for Congress from
Mr J. F. Bell spent a portion of Strand.MAYNABD_ LPMBKR Co._ and comfort that years of service have subjected, them to ,and
the. week at Arcadia with. her sister, in Klssimmee soon In the Interests of this district. and those for the several '

Mrs. II. C. .Reid . that institution.. Any one wishing to State offices are to be invited. :A To CAre A Cold In One Day. have met every requirement. thereof to. the'edtire-eatiafaction) :: ,of:

Cadman of Narcoosnee see him should address him at .the. barbecue Is ,suggested. the- means 'Take Laxative Bromo Qulne Tab. : the hundreds: and the thousands women who daily wear"theml,.

LleutfCol; post office. or In care of the Valley Gill* for catering/ to the appetites of the lets..' All druggist refund' the money They are therefore famous for the three qualities that must be.-
attending business t
spent xette.Jlth. Crowd and excursions: frdftT all directions II its falM to cure. E. W. Grove s t
matters In Orlando. within reasonable distance. the signature!Is. .,on each box.,25o o.ceola combined in a. shoe to entitle it to 8ony' onslder .tton .at all; Many '
r Miss Mattle. Bandy is visitingfriends Miller .,;returned from the. stock means of gathering them. Those who Pharmacy "'. -- 'brands of shoes',look well; many:

markets Monday night with a carloadof have given the matter thought estimate .
In Lakeland this week .havinggone any haye one of mo"aof these points of
' horses for Hugbey Bratton& Miller, that not less t.ban.000 people' wa ; 'i;
; : trere. last Monday night.Special several bead of which they. have can be gathered at ah occasion here i itK1 excellence well developed and ire' really ;,
'Bargains for the. next 30 and that the cost need not exceed 9150.
Whiskies 2.25' sold since. Among the number were good shoes,' but none have the
days In Itye and "
per gallon. A. E. UEARDEN. some very 'fine saddle and harness The results are figured at $3,000 left I three developed to that degree,, than

i; Mrs. F. A. Thomasson and children horses een. In, a the market equal llkehls of which; are seldom amontf our business given our men little. and, ctt."that-I an advertisement .puts them in th \ e class'.*,they}

"teturned"'from' Bartow Wednesday The first shipment 'of lemons this ,will be of lasting-benefit..,_We always Queen" Quality.Whey are un approached \:',

''-nightf to ,the'a'reat..dellgh. of the Doo- Narcoossee made last stand. ready to assist. in efforts of the. and .o' far unopproachable/by'
from was .
I ''' season kind that are for the prosperity of the
t : ; ; : "Wednesday" 26th'7"lnstrJw: ; the place and would give- this enterprise -competitors. Of course 'we keep\.a ''
lerhon tormerlyJa 'Crown ; of'n. T. Butler which :
JudgeaW .Grove'1 a. hearty! support if undertaken: full'supply of all. styles on.'bw. ,.-
." KUslmmee7hasffecentlT! .
resident of li Ii'chsage of H: S. Pike during! the Their fame was not made by/not
,i, moved to Live Oak where he will re The Tampa Monumetal' Works '
absence of the owner in England. The '
it to ,price
apply one style: or one.;
: Tampa are turning out the best gradeof
side. consisted of fourteen boxesof ''
them. The "Queen-. ,Quality! :;t
work in their line at most: rea.onable -
came from Brald- very fine fruit of Its class.. mark any shoe is a guarantee
Henry Willis\ up prices. They have furnished a R' on Y
rntown Monday and has been visiting . The remains ofMr, Preston Gayl, a number of our people with handsome I It Is'the best.' Summer weights and

among]hU friends of this. place former resident of Klsslmmee who stones mark, the last resting"place The Choice I. Not Lllalted'to { : /styles! now, on hand, We invite,, ovir/1"

since. died last Sunday at Sanford, were of their loved ones. You get nothingbut half a dozen flavor here __ Mady friends to enquire for them,
interrment Moo- --r '"";.r ._ _. .. '
here for on .
The many friends in Klsstmmee of brought firsUclass work from these gentlemen There's more than twice that r- \ L '
and were accompanied by his '
Rev. l:. J. Jones, will regret to learn day wife, ch1 ren'a.nd. several other. rela and their pricesare low They. number from which to select f.dR SALE.IN"'' KIS&TlMMEE' ONLY: BY .!It

'that he'hasbeen seriously ill thUlweek. \1 ve.. Consumption, from which _he also handle Iron fences the flavoring for your __ .
at his home In Sanford. 'The following letter speaks for itself. :
suffered a year or more was cause WATER. .Sta11fojJd
Aug. ,
The Lee Parsyns Cattle. Co. has recently of his death.. Owing to lateness of ,
\ froxu Lewis and Arthur telegram* announcing arrival tbe. MK. M. TntRR, ._ All are rich fruit syrups and'
purohaspfl Accident Travelers _. ... ._ .. ... f."t\ "
Agent Deptmt, delicious. ,, ;: ,
Shiver their. jttookaof cattle num- I body the bnrialwas attended by only perfectly. 1"i

lI I'hl.c about two Tuesday thousand hood last, for doubt a few friends ourcitizens who generally heard of it.are No In Insurance Klsslmmee Co., Fla., wholesome The.soda water and .is everything'around pure and The .rwlfllnator ot t :Low rices) In. .Kisslrme8w t |

Sam L. Lupfer
Dear Sir I acknowledge with
In Pennsylvania deep sympathy with the bereaved family. :> and about the fountainand
,1 the scenes of his boyhood will! day a weekor thanks the receipt of your: check for counter ,is clean and in-; --:- :--.4i-,
where he spond;
950.35, In full settlement of my claim
two. We wish him a pleasant trip.. .The K. P. fraternity had a "big against your company; for blood '

. .r Judge O. F- Parker left on Saturday time" Wednesday night: at' their 'Cas poison,. caused by puncturing .the 0 n Jr n non VV VV yV

'-for a' vacation of a week or two, tie Hall. It was the time of a regular back,of my hand with a writing pen. Kissimmee Drug Co.. "

his friends the rank of Knight was to ,., r
which be will spend among mooting, No company can pay more promptly ,
and relatives. In the. upper part of the be conferred In the. amplified form, the as thin check was issued the same day cI > NOW IS THE TIMES "

State work of which was to be performed bya the.. proofs of my.claim reached them

team from Orlando. These facts'. and I fully"rlOOlUmend the Travelers* ', .,' 1''
The Klssimmee base ball team won to any .nedeslrlng accident Insurance..A. ,
the. at Punta. Gorda from a 1 team caused a larger attendance. probably, .- TRESS
game than. usual. The Orlando contingent., 6.0 DAY,''S
" of UiatplftceT played Tues twenty-two strong, among whom was -For--bnle.- - ,FOR

day by a I score bf d to 7: Tho.gameisTsaid ; arrived '
O'Neil :
. to have been a very pretty one. Past at.Grand seven o'clock Chancellor:, \and repaired at'' two One 7 foot Smaller saws,. No.; one. 5. Peacock clfag saw wood and S''PFt; !'- ..' 'WILL'' ::,Bk. .REDUCED ON OUR' BNTIRH. ,UNB'" :

" This market. it well supplied with once to Castle Hall where the. work splitter, 62 inch fly wheel, 4-incb .a i

horses at present.. Two'car loads before them. was at once begun Eachof axle; one Peacock wood splitter, complete Ail:: persona. indebted to Fipe ,,will\. please Bali add pay:
can in a man -shafting. pulleys, and connections '
-oiitue In this. week, and, a. buyer the ranks was exemplified must b'e closed: > '
assume .uj .
their ,
be supplied With. almost any kind of ner highly edifying and instructive to ; all guaranteed new and used to split but little.8plitters kind.-I "- : a>accounts ,

horse from among them that may be the members of the local lodge;, who of wood. The lot is offered at any about I -,
needed. were enthused into a. resolution for 60 per cent of its value. If Interested :
higher and better things. along those communicate with the Vallev Gazette. "OR 6 LEE'V a.AN..oRD, AlW/ ,ATS' 0 .S'NORTH
the '
who taught
Prof. C. U. Garrett, lines. The meeting was Indeed a very > SL': '

Whittier school the past term has been pleasant one and we may say, a: very ",

assigned to the school 'at Greenwood, profitable one to themembers of .the. .J. STRICKLAND. S. S. JOHNSON. oo oo-

Polk county, which he expects to begin local lodge who were present. '61., .- ' .' _. ..... .'
next Monday. He will be assisted PHONK.! NO. -. -
steamboat men are making -
.by,his mother. preparations for handling the fall TUiiimmmmi 1 flTWUniUmiTUT1! TfTUTUTfU1mni'

Our cattle raisers who desire to Improve and winter trade by repairing their Strickland- '&Johnson KIBBIUME.'e'! ]PHONE 'N.,8' :

their herds should not fall to 'boats and enlarging, their shipping ca- ,

attend the auctionsale of Shorthornand I pacity. Among the improvements are 6.. ,W. ,GRIFFIN' '

Hereford cattle if Costa. on the i repairs to the Lillle which -are: being -"CfAt.R.lH ,a

an advertise, made a barge under construction. for f
9th day of September ;
Went of which appears in this paper. the county for use in bringing theorop .FresH ;Meats Veg( .bles: r "GEN tc.
r' Thunaoners -- from the poor farm; a barge under \"
Plckett and Charles. : Tamil Gruarie.y
Charles ; \ fancy -
Gllben'of the
arrested here construction by Cap I :
,! colored were
charge of beat- Polly which boat he! has also recently w in business 'and solicit your trade'Th best meats the : ..
Saturday upon Camille. on tbeway.
a railroad train' repaired;, the country affords will be bandied. ..Vegetables when they are to

.!Ing Monday their'' they, way were on 'given; a hearing for about'The new completed boat c of and'Mr t.on11' ., ;be had.; Prompt service, liberal dealing> 'and the best goods guar :B'EzEsIi:: EA. S !

who found Phone wants. : ,
anteed. us
before. .,.Judge i Johnston swatting the arrival, of: a"small your r",

,,4..them;guilty each and sentenced hard labor them, They to piece,, of mach1nery'whial ,wag not' E_ Delivery v.ert.dal't 'at'any: ,hour,}, patronage,>solicjted i ,;:; '
'ninety at '
days or went astray before being EX T''DQOR. TO POST .()FfIQE
at ADI shipped ,
'U' began their .eJltenoe; launching. : 11UW1U1UW1U WUJWlliiUWWWIUWWWW"
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\ lfardcteristics C of f Pope Ieol Xlfl.1 ., -- I ,1 .f' I 1 ,:1 'w',: A

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I DIMS L10 XIII'' entered his supreme kindness and 'benevolence v.s -. ( -
,t pont inert t? lu the sixty and a certain -bun in fug, gentle) grace, L TZ5T "

P' eighth :yc.iir.. of hU age, a no face ln"th
', ., long-tried: prelate, whose approach It. : -
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.. strength character, eny. Like that of Pl'o, tuna, It was aCOuntenanco Ji.1EWYoRIK: IrA.MR 'J N5 : : ,
fOr,:: jud:;-inert, piety, Tjr. that won at.once and Im' u beYork'CUy

'tue.andiervlrsNI J"C' mntt"raof'iced. 'mediately the way, to the acrutlnlzer's : "fieVcqmlng t--nbotle l
Tear ;; : ,-Moii jackets are "along"tho l ; Massachusetts
;, lIe UiUtiHl lu aJuiliauly lll"UllOrtlonf'.1deltrt heart. At the'' same, time It was .y
>C'1i) tho mildness jr. with the II I I to almost all .women and ate ttlaud cool/t./ iR
apostolic! stronger In Its ltectual quality"than r ,
thAt ols make 't +
of tact silk
much In favor' because Shamrock, green pnra u
dmlnlHtratlve lu made
vl.ior; : himself was that of Plo Nono, and it < '
F was par stolefl111 The true D
Tula Includes the acceptable
tho oue < very
.at same time Inved anti Beared tlculorly conspicuous In the 'nianlfesta. .
-- shamrock pnrnsol has a leacwodd( t
... ,. tlon of sound sens.e and clear judgment r { .
I "'-- -"'- Ivory handle wltTi the pretty little emblems .;:
Leo XIII. was a-all 11
man ratherl'Ipol'e of the shamrock csrved'on the ."
i In build, but 'uev'rthl.'lelll. of strong. ? flattened'' 'handle This 'Is much easier fI

wiry physique.- His presence was mos to hold than a perfectly' smooth,.round n,
command. .g, His head wflj t j
\'erylarge through
Handle;;wlilcll In opt to slip
and thoroughly Itajlan., It differsfrom .
<< t- occasions
1k \ the flngers'on a
the good natured roundness' o( _....._ '
Plo \ono'. by Its great length and the Th. 1'.r l- Vrll. L''. n
sharper outlines which It reached toward "Yard and a Ml.measurement obtains .
f the chin. The forehead was In veiling for automoblllngwomen. :

,.t massive.. Jilgl and ratlier'WrnIgli'' /: and .\ shorter'' veil may be long J .. ','
'iLt' \\'UH e.i>oclHlly striking from its great enough for other pecupatlon, but .It f' t .

u width,' 'Indicativeof ; niiHorrartourlng.wlien . :
Intellectual ... ., will;scarcely do for;, -
A t strength Tho thin hair that .streakedIt v. r the wind created by rapid! mo- I

was of silver i. hue Tin eyebrows ) 'lion. draws t the thin, tissue away from "y; I
i.\i\ were',dark and heavy and ..of perfect It n moorings', snugly! tied.I1191 R t I the hark SI :

I \ Y'Y arch, f anll"toe eyes were 'alngularl,. .. of the neck. The "yard-aiid-a-half"

mild and soft and, at the same time, fi veil permits t the chiffon scarf to be rti
"t y$; Vt'N { penetrating and searching. Tho large, drawn around the lint and face, and

,1.1 I: well-defined nose was characterlstlc'of i Ih) ( u bo-JUWln brought! forward under "
firmness and will power; decidedly. tlinhln.. and llrmlv knotted ortled a

,j ". Roman In shape, but with wide nostrils STOIC: JACKET. bow knot. Nothing= lens than a scarf

that were credited\ by pby,loguomats| with sleeves that are both novel and of such dimensions" will.UnH"'r. the
wlrh bald
lconInoitiaUtliHT- .
1 IDs handwriting Ii' peculiar I satisfactory to the wearer. Time'sirlglush puri
enough ---
by Is made of the
May ,
to: excite nark Khmlmi In :Mimlli:
Interest even It It
were not
A DAa"'OrIBtrt'IO: ATTITVpl: OF 1H$ mohair with eorllcelll'
Slcllfan stitched
.... > wkicii that of tIe, Pope. It la Iinrk shades In Ibln silk miiMlIns "
fore, .1 or in MANX exceedinglysmall : silk and with braid and
trimmed fancy ,
i t-tyllwh
for dovol*
VistTIMO AMERICANS HAYS SEEN: : and of very careful, laborious are considered very I
HIM AT TtLS VATICAN"; construction, as If each of the 'InflnltesTual' I' makes port of costume, but the Jacketin I oiilng niornlng! !gownw.. .Many charming
I' characters formed equally' well united to other suiting/ I flowered) effects, blue figured, In rtO(). .J-
was with the ... .. ,,,,,,,, .._ . . .. .. materials nud to the odd wrap ng well
Personally, he was a ma'D'e'' stately : most painstaking care In Its airy delicacy "i -"s '"""" "''" fl.w. ; " -: _7, \ \ <...... "" - ""* I gnij" wlihI>lfick./ are wen among! th-"in.

bearing ills voice was sonorous and It resembles n lady's. band, but ---------.-..-.-.--., . as to the i-oat which matches the skirl. To add'to the novel .effect I they are
:; ---- -- -- -, TIle pogtmiojijs optional and cnn be
brilliant when he preached, and slightly the mosaic elaboration of every stroke often made III' over \! silk
the potency of modern Ideas.A man A Tlrtl_ St IJlktalna.a lined or omitted, ni preferred.The .
nasal in familiar conversation.. In line something' hly'scholastic aboutIt. lining.
r of harrow mind might have coma forth l ; jacket In made of fronts and
t \ private life lie was simple, affectionate, Under his diminutive signature --- -
.as 'a champion against them, but pot r ft'f''''\'V>hr-.'''' back and U finished with n 'tx-lt (but Material Moat Faron..t. .
r 10v ble'and 'wltt, In the ceremonies the Pope left had f'aD Inch .of vacant .
lIuch' .
man ,,'al. Leo Into! rauce o u"a passes under the elongated frontK attbe Soft silk crep de chine. sheer voil, .
ofthe church under the purple he wasgratenuetere and then ,
pace : by five
t. wouldsay formed no part of his. creed; cla"II' .darts, and !. closed beneath then.Thae or delicate musllu are the innteiInln '
} and-enajestiCr-One lashes, growing successively. smaller. prejudices found no favor In his eyes ; sleeves, are snug' above the elbows\ must favored for dim.or gown) for
that be was given to posing' but and smaller. _
.,' In his masterly encyclicals he spoke authoritatively . but large enough is'low to nliow of formal l occasions.
that was not true. The pose with him l'ope.l-Leo XIII. had a marvellous
and most wisely, not nl- wearing over thane of the gown with
K was : he did not seek I It It which he retained ----
natural ; memory to the
up .
I ways on purely ecclesiastical subjects. comfort And ease. The stole U notable Woman'. (offer ( 0.'
I but very often also' on subjects which feature, and 1i l shaped to Bt exactly I Tasteful house (mtn. or lireakfnst

I aro ,,of world-wide secular Interest Its edges meeting, below the bust. I jacket. .are.. among the eKKcnllaU otI

3a r"I Thus he was more than an eecel8l (>tc| ; The quantity of material required for : Manufactorywardrobe and are offeredIn
be was also a great statesman. Of bU the Mediumtw Is three and seven- many materials. and ileKlgim. ThU
r }personal character all who were ever elghtb yards twentyoue.Inehes vide! pretty and graceful Oslo, designed by

r privileged to know .him. have spoken In two yards forty-four Inches wide, or May .M.inlou. In made of rlng-dotfcd

:_ (the highest; terms That In was very
t P charitable nnd-klndly la known to nil. .
i In a word, he bore himself nobly-In bill JI.
i high office, and now that Ire line gone I. J rt
to his reward.all who hare watched his

sterling and loyal; work will admit that I

b k1 r\ he was a true and eminently sagacious -. --

shepherd of time people.) i
was Many anecdotes have been related' as t .

:) Tl to the personal characteristics of Pope I

''ik' Leo XIII.. .Ho was occcKslblo and nffatCOCMTISi II 1--- _

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appearance of Clarence Orlmsby. n I Il
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- -- -- I T.U."T'EI-'UL AND BECOMING HOUSE GOWN. . all who nougat an audience and -- . -,

ai-J' conseQuently thonsiinds of those who one and three-fourcn yard llfty-two lawn, with trlmmldg of lace that forms
\ have visited Home retain vivid Inv I lodl"'' wide. n. stole, edged with .beading threaded
L of the.Pontiff. Simplicity i
pgesslons with narrow rll>l>oii nnd deep frills but
.. and ..frugality living enabled him to 'Y_'. Jlo... Oown.House Iho model Is suited to the entire range

W".Bg-' 'POPE AT MASS 'IN' ONE OK. 'TIIH ,,.VATICAN CHAPELS, ATTENDED : Jntbflnd his strength anti to accomplishan ( gown that are comfortable nt of available. materlii1 Cotton and .

.,; ,1." 'r. BY CARDINALS AND PRIESTS. 1 amount of work devolving" upon Win the same time that they arc tastofifl'" linen fabrics. are chaimiiig for warm
'. : .- as "head of the 'church, which to and becoming are always In demand.The days such wools an altmtroHK, chnllle,

f i him. It wax tie same with last. Speaking of him I In December, taiony men of greater physical strength one by May Manton, shown In the caHhmeic and French flnunel for cooler

., .,; l_ !The pontificate creates a sec- 181>Archbishop Stonor, who frequcatly would have seemed appalling. But large engraving fulfills all the requirements weather. I .
Leo XIII. well-ntltled to becoasiderei1
.attended on him. said: Tope was anti U suited to variety of material The coat Is mode' with frouts lyid]
Peed In many respects the grandest I *. The bertha with stole ends IKa back that
Cardinal are
ibhotggraph >( "lie recollect. many of the people he giithored at their upper
In 1870.: when ha attended the receives after intervals of, as long as old man of the age. of the marine-noreJUeii" reei'ntlyla_lon ieatare and a most stylish: oue, but edges) and Joined to the stole, the shap

...., cal Council, gives one an ad- sixty years, Many years ago, when *The iBfaiita Isabella of'-'Bpalft has -theB' arkeU I' if a plainer garment Ja desired it can ing being accomplished by means of
Uea Lord Palmerston : be omitted, as shown In: the small shoulder and IIn # ( ,Ofthepersonal presencePepe. was Premier,,..His undergone a painful surgical operationIn Brnnix. Over
,t - .: "Witn-It appear-also-the Holiness1 "IIIt(' 'Eilglond. ami was. presented consequence other, recent kick froma e-.I.sth"Of the 'land owner ln> Great II drawing. The model Is made of tloweretTdlmlty the shoulders: meeting I the neck por-

." '4 I.aI.s of'all the other Cardinals. to the Queen' and Prince Con hone. Britain are women. with, the yoke and bertha lion of the state. is ii frill gives 1
5 sort. Of that visit be still remembers of white, banded with pale green 1m- n cape effect and Is exceedingly becom
the small details and tlste and Is unlined, but woolen fabricsare ) ing. The sleeves are
only a short time snug, vllli deep
ago he mentioned Sir James Graham, AN INCIDENT OF THE; AMERICAN CAMPAIGN more satisfactory wade oVer' use frills that are graduated In width obI

i who was one of the Ministers of the fitted foundation. form points that! fall! over the forearms.
period, and spoke of the part be took In AGAINST THE. MOROS OF MINDANAO,\ The..gown consists of the lining the The quantity; of material required for I .

a controversy'respecting posts and tele PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. fronts, back, tinder-arm gores, ;yoke, the medium size:: r Is three yards twenty

,. graphs." Again when a Miss O'Connell bertha. and sleeves. The lining Is fitted seven IOf.'JIt'a.'wlde. three TOMb thirty-
' bat tbo gown.Js_gathered to the yoke two
< was presented to the Pope abort time wide, twa..yurds fortyfwiroorrcn
and falls In long unbroken lines to tile ---- _
,.j, ago,. Ill* Holiness asked whether she '- h _
floor. The bertha Is shaped to form ..".
'I '{ > Wa.LE. ,relative .of the "dlstlngnlghedparliamentarian
*/ ., .... of that name,. and on I (' 1, r 7 t" pt, Ns't + s+) 4+1C''n; P t tensions over the shoulders and*to give r.
the fashionable stole effect at the front.
h'lunbljf'tbot ahead; his niece: said acs
\ \ ; "I well recollect: hearing your uncle The sleeves, are made to Jit snugly at

; speak !In tho House of Commons.M''f 1, ,,,lt d i lf\ru, 5 lS"i l ll' i t \7.h their) upper portions, but form full

;,' .... j VL.poet. 'a'>w llja a itatesmau ,and, puffsat the wrists.
"'. kI; pontiff Leo remained'to;:; 'to the last at Is .. /TM quantity of material required for !1 r.
evidenced the the- medium size is eleven yards twfoui -
by fact that a fine poem
by him .wAs. published as late a. Feb i ty-scfen Inches wide, nine and one-half a

rarJ'r1OO3. Iu It"e note ntt his old k' awr I I yards thirty-two Inches wide' or five
and three-fount yards forty-four Inches
,1gcw-and gtfccdot diction A' real
;;o.,. !'wldejwith three-fourth'yards for yoke
: achlevementitwas, for a man of bisyean. < .
;u ){, ... ,. and bertha. ,
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Of'\ blm'Jndeed. 'It may be I =
I II I whatever 1; e'djd; das Veil | .ean\bat: ' A Bhamrm-k" Green 1'aranol. -.N
have tle many'pontiffs; but ., Oul J. of compliment 'to the, Erin anti ir-

or :THB ai1RSI.OVA ..DS.DoeiJijiieietlont who have, done greater deeds .or endeared : the allant Sir Thomas Upton, one
I I I'' themselves.moreto: to' all ,Cbrluteodom sees pad hears, shamrock green In

,.. ,bydar the mostt Jm; respects, he was at the same .. ana .wliUejinake! ;* .cool-looking' ; : coAr.huhee .

Tneni' I ,t child of the .jumu or, tohet51hnndlt' requlres'Iitthpersuhsiou i; w id ,.
,"galle T.- re'IIeacla'D time 11 century/, 4. withoae yard tlf l er r \
i. onr aererely IDol I hence he could not ftai-bllnd" to' the to prejudice 'good Araerl- Inc'a'' foe etolq, ond"fout' 'aa 4 \ ''t;

,austerely. .grant. on\ cast I march of 4In' lL, II'q"saws; 'lb\Jq'4!' ping I' 0 It lif XA N 0 > b D1EItX !canIn'forrAt"apamrock't'elor.rlttda t : .' At rills, bt inc(' nlnJ lashes)'ha1t.b& '. ,' .' '

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A SEUftON JOll SUNDAYA Ti.fa" Is the idea of service upon which -, .... :: eucoeasfut; ,, .....
Modaaty Wealth. ,
alone*rests thepower of Christ. Kriend! of LE Her aim "was Dever,.'Yei'7 good
I Sinners, and of whom always the commonpeople There- are a number of ,.ounc'men Yet well It
BIOGRAPHICAL DISCOURSE hear' glalywhen He is truly told. of II11&erlted"w88lth who' bold' 'smallbat plll3'84'r. part "-
BY The indifference and the contempt of men ,She,threw herself at.Choll,.'. heal Coughing:

PRES. STRYKER. QF HAMILTON. at large for the church is at any given time generally promising positions In And nit the fellow' Heart. .

the-reflection. of the indifference and 'contempt 'New York.: They possess an 'ambition ,
of the church for at large. The, August Smart: Set.nTBnermuienUveared.No .
men that "111 not permit them-to lead
Aa Violent Trl taN to John Wesley tradthe sign of the apostle U the sign of the sickle. .
IsiflaeneeorUle Frmehlngt-Studs And the other power was over- and Idle and useless lives, and employersare i "I was trve*' tap India with

Out ......-. Atov. All Kern ... Zit.Ate through: the intensity with Which' they sometimes Ignorant their flaan-' ate .' quick| consumptien., I then began 4
.. BeHjrlona Leader.MEW bore it, the clearness and direct ness. of they clal Here Is oruervows.Dee. to Ayers Cbcrty Pettteral.. 1:
a Independence. a case In use
: and- .after Shut day s ad of Dr. Kline's Or-tlerveRostorer.tatrlal
that .
message it elf. It uttered> thys" two fundamental . li U stated the first gold, Improved at once and am now M
YORK Cirri-Union services of ,,words, and "believe," sHyer coins Introduced KlugrCroesus Illustration tmttleandtreatlsefr** ,
"repent" by :
-were / .
Dr.a.H.KLIK Ltd..Ml Arch$t., perfect neahh.'V-Cbas.
l'hlLa.jPnThe "
the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian and with an accent of imperativeness thot of Lydia. On.< these o1nethereeppcareabull A young clerk In. a downtown office M.

Clinton Avenue Congregational) churche.bell.n smote! the frivolity and inhuman superficiality lion It* where eco es of clerks are :employed food don't alwsjrs die young. Some. Glbbstown, Yf
in the edifice fighting a
morning of ,
Sunday : of. the .... Again it tranaugurrd
imes '-- --
first named.. The Rev ))1'. M. W. Btryker: ,. the possibilities of the lowliest men It is sold that but 41'8'of these coins are bad been reported 111 for several days, they Out-&rowkitI, '

l>re. dent. -Hamilton CoUej. Clinton ':N. eaid -what many. only thought and! .iiaredwhattnny still preserved. they being kept ii-tl and the head of the.companjr.wishing' -adl. C*. Wear IPs too risky' playing

Y., spoke on "John Wesley? but used notext. I only-wished. its.bUSUle...wastoTOnvmca Joftau4 learn his prospects of r recovery, On.'slse. smaller after using r Allea'a Foot.
As will be he paid ilni"u.IWI.! x>r.Lou< Paris. with ugh.
seep an eloquenttribute had c
England that every man a looked addressee of theother Case,a powder. It makes tight or new shoos your,
I -- .
to the influence of his
preaching. soul and that life immortal stan.way ,
was an
bot..woatl. aching
BU, Pures ,
Dr. /Stryker said up or down! It taught of a livma II The wife of nil' English farmer some, lerks. Calling In whO. ,*..t. Ingrowinrf nails;oona and bualons.JU. The first thing :youkT'iibw
Vpon June 17 1703 that '., 200 yeara God and the of an endless life. It to this list lived nearestto down
powers I mouths. 'told her huslinnd that "he according all drninrlits and shoe stores,250. Dont not. it'will be"
born at
Epworth Lincolnshire300 ago!
ago was reviewed. that standing article of the Ref. : cept any substitute., Trial package Fees by
miles from London and at about the ormation. "Justification by faith." It carried had been swallowing:; needles,. etc 81iwaa the sick c'erk-n young' man draw-r maIL AdJrtim.Allen 8. Olmstod, LeBov,M.Y.Th deep inyour: lungs tod
vast centre otEnglandinca ", bo... Influence .' the truth afield and again it lifted the taken to the Infirmary where an' Inc a salary of $28 a .eekhe'.keJIf '

stands out supreme above all the cotters', roof till touched the stcrs. Jt'' operation was In bet be would atop off and see .how gift o( nb lisa'osused.mana nun 1 the play will be over. Begin" -
men of his age. Eighty-eightyea. old. on trod the bottom of human longing, and togve| himself away. .
,the 2d of March, 1791 be died.. 'Thus hi. while arraigned sin in fearful terms, it stomach' were perrrPlflt pins, nnllt Harry wae !getting along. arly'with.. Ayer's
life compassed nearly the whole of the "Certainly" was the reply; andthenfter Mrs.Window's for ohlldr
brought the news of hope and joy. NoWonderthat three or four ,. a .button, x' SoothlngSymp
eighteenth century,'and under UodJt wai gurto earn.with-therim n Jjook.,..jsntetf' pin and other artlcUs a little hesitation, he addedJt -, .ntblng, oftea the.!irame,redness InOanmn.Uoaaliairspalnetiin . Cherry Pectoral and stop
the most fertilising and wind ooUo.\\11Io. bottle
rcdaenrtfiY agency the barren land. No wonder that tnrbid i ; "1
will'have to make special trip
hTdAnst'.rdIetotsuicide : a
120 in all.' $
toward the moral forces and accomplish emotion the flood of feeling. ; the .cough.
ment..of' the ,nineteenth. And still the Many things accompanied always' are rent when Satanic while temporarily Insane \vo.tu&'nicl to Jersey to do It, as m,.wife and lam. A search warrant iala'' necessar- in' tb.oQu..t ....

,, world i. debtor, and will .er be, to theconvictions cast out. Always such upheavals .irry f living at the Waldorf-Astoria this winter of nsppiaess.Uo'sCar .- .'- .

and consecrations, the energies stubble upon. their currents snrh tides : _' !" '
and the efficiency of that ?: *laths beet medicine warns used __. Seal.If be Bke ,
one man-John loose unanchored But .1'your sn
swing spirits. par.ody iearned'np.on for all sJIeotlone of throat and lungs.-AVw., .. If sotto
The astonished employer 4 k IM
I "W..lp A impulse Stettlcr as tonjl >
mighty and of, Jaroli nearMoseleni
a potent of and the On the farm .
I. a counting; proof power EHPSI.IT.. V Vnnburen Ind.r..b. 10, 1900. take It. thee ..oH tall. It. B* -, ..
'ol'lIantution-attetlted, and attests bis singular forces of eternity were shaking a people to Pa.' 1 I..* a botanical curiosity, Inquiry that his twentythreedollaraweek . Lea.. It Lttb..1-1 w.are..lilla,. .

ment.and We recreative may -will purpose reckon-wtth and achieve ueh-a :was its centre.unready.Much. was' unwelcome_ when" all In the shape of a trunk of a Jpneberry clerk was a, mI11IQDalrtll,-wbo Scarlet fever is nuknowa in the tropics. 1. 1'&IX"Lewou.-- t" r

personality in considering the movement of What real prophets'have'not met'oppo.f.tion tree entirely embedded )a tbo trunk was unoatentalnously winning.his ..aT'"alone I

lb. modern ",orld. Kren the barest outline ? Thene men were "shutout of the of a \vhlte onk tree.. Eight: feet ftom with his less 'fortunate fellow

'records a wonder and furnishes a corrective synagogues" of 'the establishment. They clerk ajl of whom. were equally ta
tile ground the two,trees agnlnsepar ,
to a hundred superficial philosophies and a "faced a frowning world." They knew all :
thousand shsllow neglects.i While Wesleyans indignities. Mob led by squires and clergy-, ate and"are, then-;:several, feet apart. Ignorance- as to Iii5 th.-Ne.1or1r !WFNcmsfA

and Methodists in all Isade are rectU mea dragged them through' borne ponds and Each.tteo bears*its. .fruit-beirlcs and ,Times.

ing that story let us all, with them; who howled against their ti..... Nothing was sedUJ 1I.'lf'the' bad ueter met eacU
share a like precious 'faith recall and rejoice too foul to fling at them with hand and ,
ponder and hope. Kor the elements other The berry tree .,full of fine. E., Nesblt appearsagain In Alnslee's
tongue. Not a DIM of all the bishops save
of it are as deep as the first principle. of i Samuel Butler took their part.. But despising , flavored'berries that 'don't taste a'bl: { with a story In the August number ,

the Christian religion. and the fame and hardships and dangers, they grew, and_ Ulte: a orna: .'" .. even more.,interestlng. than "The 'LieAbsolute. Factory Loaded ,Smokeless. Powder ShIII.It's .
force. of it are the common possession of' upon the church that disowned them they --C (, "-
la entitled TheForet
all who hail the kingdom of .the.. Son of put an indelhble mark. Being defamed,. ., I It not sentiment- It'a not the price-that makes the

Uod. they entreated and. they lived.. to.... opinion Japanese peereases are Habitand while It.Is. in tact, most Intelligent and successful shots shoot Winchester
This man was born into a borne when, change. ; They recently {organized u1lbendlnl.,1 psychological ,tud,.. It la not In the. 'OFsctory Loaded Shotgun Shells. Jt'.tberreeults they
life in that *
than formal an age religion was hated exceptional.anything more The What a diocese waited this apostolic man* vlvants.,entertainment at least didactic;' J picture' U'drawnd.llcately" give. Its theW entire reliability evenness of pattern and
[ John Wealeyl He touched two hemispheres. . "
mother that nurtured him was that Snsan-t Nsv, all ih* end. of tb. 'earth. thereon"the Japan Times remarks: and 'Ith' the.utmostskill, .nitona shooting. Winchester Le.d.1' shellsload

nab Wesley of whom Adam Clark said that and bite hand i. stretched out still. In 17M 'This Is i new departure on the part of j and with the siune optimistic goo4 nature ed with smokeless powdse. sue the best loaded sheila on
be never her His the market. .Winchester"Renter" .loaded with
saw equal.
ancestry wae Methodism began In America. Welev at Jo'oLibel'i'1R' '
of that Puritan stock and stuff whose fiber his death declared, "The best of all, God the Japanese peeresses., that pervades The Red Houlie"anll' mokelesa powder are cheep In price but not In quality.

of conscience h.d affirmed the real Eng in with UII." There were then 313 of his still a large section of the Japanese The Absolntoby.. ,the'same Try either of tbea*brands and yon will be well pleased.

I.ndt: i its vigors' adrigors< had been super' preacher in England: in the United"States. aristocracy who Wok that a: lady' author,. nla this' case. we,.,..mpath'se.11b Be. sure to get Winchester F.ctccyLo.d.4tbefla' f
reded bt'tb. .recrudescence ofthe livid. IBS.i Now in Great Britain there are 700- virtue consists la her reluctance to -up- the victim butwefan't-belp--Iov -
Stuarts ignored it had.not d.. 000 communicants. in Canada 300000. in the -Tilt. ftnCLLfrJrtlC CHAMPION",, aneOT.
in and who consequentlywould .
parted' and in him and by bim it spoke United States 0.000.000 who recur to that pear public, tig his tormentor,all the mOl" ."( -

again'and bore It. second bsrvest.Wesley . new Pentecont. A( length in 1876 Dean be shocked to see\i their sisters, ... .>r,1' / \ 'I ' .
.began Episcopal his work Church in and the, Estabhahed'and -' Stanley unveiled in WeatminnterlAbheytablet a dlaplay their artistic attainments-- RegjIeV Conclusion. . :.; ... A; ... ... :.; ... A ...'. ... ... '
though with) ( of John
([ the-hnin Tirnfilee the It therefore' ,
lore public. .was, ' -
by it be was soon despised and rejected ho Wesley and Charles. Tsrdilr: but at last 'Oh. mamma! shouted little Rej -
loved it always and cherished It. better did a state church-which in their day, rather ;a happy Idea of the peeresses to '4Ie. as heran to his mother Jn greet .1 '

part for two ,...... he wrought in Georgia "knew not the time of it. "I.itati"t.teat organize such a fearless. style of 'do Littleton Female
glee "what think
I Justover
but the Grand Jury of that colony tndicted the reflex influence of It. prophets and trjnment."' < euter'1 you i was : College'One

him. There be nttereeUthat notable own a work. : us. grandly done! there where tney're putting up
word. "I hope to learn the tense of the gospel In John Wesley tremendonn toil and a the circus. and they re filling the ring ,

touch by with preaching Morsviana it." came and into in close Eu. rare gift for organization and order and. One o( Ill-llano's odd productsRev.3obaCeqffman. Is t1l"1, all full of breakfast food.-AuClllt '4 Of tb.'moet prosperous schools In tbe 4outb .with a.blgb. :
the loftiest spiritual enthusiasm and a aim of Brown '
rope. Had that little body done nothing pie purpose to do one thing were united in I .Smart Set .' ..,' standard scbolarablp, located at a very popular, Summer, Resort"

else than directly to detnen. and by its reaction the proportion of genius. Great he was by ty. According' to the Chicago IlecordIlerald :4 ", s4 -H-r. e i I aa4 witb< a.larg: patronsge from five state*, cxteadlag from New'' :

to eol.r.Jobn Wesley, it bad donea any teat. Time is a stern criterion and by be preaches ,every nIgh:' te: John Oliver Hobbea, author of "Tie ::4 Jersey to Plorldan Institution that la dolsg '. .

mighty work.' But their. narrowness he that estimate Wesley survives as Paul does hundreds of people while he. not they, 4 I."; We will take a limited number of pupils, lacludlag :
escaped, while retaining their tatenait I Gods, Some) Mortals and Lord Wlckeo- ( '
; and Luther and Lovola...He I. of the few 1 .
Is asleep. He to Church everyafternoon
O er the deep: and critical experiences of !goes < etci/ Board and Full Literary Tultlori for $529.0";
mho make: eras. Hs bsi,large sense and ham "School for Saints etc., ::4 ,
his inner burt with its unusual combine.tion at four.o ock; lies down ona
yitero.He wrought witn. mighty industry has a story In Ainslee'a tot August, tern conditions made known oa application to' '
of sensitiveness and wewill At 7 still per, on __ .,
deci.iont for bait n century. No moment wa couch and gees to uleep. ,, t '4 j" .
not pause. They were Usal. In them; be wasted. With giant energy he preached asleep:,he gets up and goes to the put-: entitled "The: Land of Regrets."_ ItIs" REV. J. n. RHODES. n.: pr.s.uttl.ton.N, :<,<.. .,, '
found the Light h. followed to the end. .. 600 times a year for fifty years. And yet . In the form of a Dialogue, bright .
See him at Oxford. lie was student pit; and delivers a 'sermon, lndlscrlm.1iiately : : w ,w', :.P': ,., ,., :or
a with this passion foe work hn had a pUN Sivw
Intensely eo. Specially and always of logic and calm mind. Self-denying refined ,In German and English and bIs .'andsparkling." but< pervaded' br that . ..-L...

and language lie found in these an ample sweet, tempered.-eonsiderat he>had the still asleep. Ortel1.wb talking he ,mysterious; atmosphere of India.\&' tha .

discipline: ; for language i. organised scholar's vision and a saintly heart. "In-\ gets thirsty and he makes this fact seems to draw out' ao much. that >14 Avery & Company "
thought. Aa able master of five tongues ," ** .lost :
seventy year he ..Id. I have not anight' strange, and contradictory in human
be learned known "by stretching out hi* anna .
compass and dicr nlnatio.. In .sleep" "I save all I can and give ,
his life be wrote or' edited 250 volumes, all I get.' "Make! all you can by induatry. Once he held out lila arms for fortyfive nature. Not that It appears In this. CCCKBBOM TO 'V 11-

At Oxford be was the centre of a. little save all vou ran by economy, give all you minutes without a quiver before, story,. which Is really a"pretty lore AVERY ,a:; MCMILLAN,. t

group of which his brother Charles and can bv liberality." Thus he 'was rich to-., of his congregation guessed what story but It seems to be present ai a I hath ForenhlBt: :Atlantsl'O
some ,
soon Whitfield were Gtbe... They began ward God. Peculiarities he had; l bit small ., of,U.M.Q Shot Shell* '. ,
to live by rule and made their protest and souls count them. Strifes there were, but be wanted. Some doubters once stuck aort of vague baokgTOunuV.. : '. ..141.eacb: .)'.ar. Theyare. -ALL KINDS OF_ _':' ,
example of a pure life They served Uod who cares for the loeical: differences between i hatpin' three Inches Into his leg and i" '*":'.' r\ In the largest cartridge
by method.-all of them at this time sealous and Whitfleld. since both : MACHINERYReliable _
and even .ultra Epmcopabans. They were preached the.evangel of a holy and immediate be did not stir.. The Common .Fat.) la the world. I .;

railed the "Godly Club"-"B.ble :)Moths" declaipn. Thank God for that good o (Dan Cupldlmped Into hisofflcei. MEULLIO CIBTBIDSE CO : *

'"Methodists. Onprt origin; easily finds derisive .' home at Epworth and .for that Susannah's. There Is only one leech farm Ill''tn" -t All battered and bruised was hi. [ _A1..C". ..... . I. f)
names. A hundred and . -
years morevariley v'A' eebi :
ouly'bol"In bead
this" .same devotion had been>> .called ---'It us all 'see that religion ,is not'in rnhno -- 'liana and it is probably-the : -" ...... e._ c_ jeaf'Un
"Puritan. and rite. but in' devoted hearts and the country, .Tbeslndnstry I. car bandage and splints graced his per ,..

Coniider that eighteenth. century Into live., unsophisticated by the bribes of cue.torn .rled on in moss-filled vats. The breed "j' ..on0- .' .

which they came. It was a feculent and undaunted by the oppositions of hollow lag leeches were shipped from Germany "I umplrod a love-match" he selL ,
rowdy age. Read Tbackeray'a 'Toue tradition instant to serve tireless to
.go.nd all of tin Set. _
G..rllH.-.d I/ecky's ample treatment some years .-uguItSmart
effect results believing God! For one may .
who aaye "all the dazzling episodes of the have all the apparatus of regularity and die product its thorougb red.'lTbellerrb # ' ;. _

reign of George. II. must yield in real im. starveling. Power is granted only .to market la nothing compared with what Mary Proctor. who :writes 'of :Jf\-ro _
portance" to Metbodum. Hear, Bishop those who will its whole! price Loveis .
pay all -
It formerly was and when physicians ; 'Hundred ,
Butler ((1736)). "It i* come to pa.. that catholic when it Is apostolic and can nter Little Worlda" InTtheAuguit
many awume Cliriatianity to be purely Qeti- Weslrv's "All the world i. my parish." prescribed aa application 'of ,"St: Nicholas,, is a daughter the

Lio... and'no longer a subject of inquiry.", The'methodio.lIn God's service ,are the, I let-dies from everything; from cold feetto great Proctor the' astronomer, 'and la
The general sentiment of the church ,, "
was conquerors.v ragmg fever. Still this one farmer:
benumbed torpid, .t..ntl" living at 'present. In New York city
essay sermon "Oh, let me say to you Wesley's great knows exactly: where'to place hi. ,tlI:. Frlek Engines, .Boilers all
the and'luke ,1 ,
were Tone\ a languid text. "Peek ye the Lord while He may be She la a small woman, exceedingly .
warm moderation held away ready to hate found| call ye upon Him while He is n..arl"! and because of his superior braod'.11abl quiet, alwOat any In manner,' but baa' Sites; Wheat Separatera.,

whatever molested it* sodden indifferent, Krmilste such a man I And considering; to have a constant demand. ,They
I... Look into the cartoon of Hogarth imitate proved"a-successful lecturer and wrIter -
the Hume of a totally surrendered life are packed In moss and' leaves and "
and are if the times he pictured did not its faith. It I. .\lcee... It i. tnnnvjh. In the field where her, "father. .;,) .
need the wind of God I :Consider the-ve Tt i. attainable. Let me quote 'Vesey'a'hymn snipped Incrates containing the .Ul&mo distinction ". .
I beer of Chesterfield ..nd'reckoo if that : her desired. Tbey-are given plenty,of

f tilled and padded and festering. society "Give to the winds thv fenre food and will keep In their"eratea for . .
did not demand the breath of reality 1 Jtab- '
She Owed H.r One.Hiss ..
Hone and be undismayed Indefinite time. rWb
; an
lio frank life corruption waa debauched of the by rommtry the coarse of Robert and God, hears thy sighs and conn lathy.tears. Passee-I should like to tee "I. iINSOMNIA

i Walpole. ft waG Wesley more than:all God shall lift up thy head." ". young man try to kI..'me. '
.r* Bait Is Obtained. BEST IHPROTEDSAW MIL W
U ether who roused a public concienre to Miss Young-You' cruel thing!.-August .-
rally about the tern and aggressive boaf Popular Gospel ''...c. There are two general sources! from Smart f ,, Large Engines and Boilers euppltst
eaty of Pitt-Pitt who rescued and Set. ".t t.._bees'sise<<'........ ,..r,,_... _ _
India Weeley The most popular gospel of $-day is the which salt Is obtained natural brines I ....,.. I ha.._. .1111._ for...._.... ,.'it's..... promptlyShingle' Mlll<.Corn MMh,
,and America. It
| Germany. was gospel of "Don't The calendars .4 I ... ...that ..._ ... .. .
worry. and eoUd'depo.lh. A., number oftheorIcs Circular $swa, aw Teeth, atent Dog
,I who under God broke the moral drouth- and gift books-are-full of daily,mottoes to TRUTH WILL OUT. .lid..... ..,ash.. .... I ha.. ....t.rte4. I ,
-'* atruck an artesian well iarjnto-tbe substratum the general effect that one should cast off have been advanced toaccount; for "What did steal that cradle fort .ehali..aU..taI.lp ih.y: a,. i9 .. my tn...... se $team Oevernersv Full line Ing)*)** H __ __

'f beneath the moraaa of the desert all care fear-nothmg, live for to-day, let the latter The general ; Impressionamonsf you '. .: 'T-'11m....ligla.111.. yuSupplies.\ Send for f!' _Catategwo, -
I'led the great reaction which made possi' the other man do the worrying and it will scientific; .men ii-tb; t.rel'1c salt asked the poMca magistrate.

I We the reform and the power of modern all be the'..Ill. in a hundred years. 'has been formed by evaporation from "Oh Just for a kid," replied tlHl prisoner , .at n.'
\\ England made poMible the revivalof tit.Din.teenth .
Hut no great transforming movement has who lost to all srense olshame. .
which had !ncosed was
century-Ueber, and :Martyn ever been inaugurated on such a platform.' ancient seas, tia

j cud Keble, and Ldddon. He became an in-. There .s >nothing calculated' to stir men i some way. In confirmation' of j this ..-Chicago. News.STUART'S. iSAWMILLScS

,I fluenee ao incalculably fertile and diffusive deeply/to* action,to heroism., to sacrifice is pointed out that\ deiottsare' . ., with Here's Universal L.eBoaiieottli
VJ. that to no other man of mod.rn 101 the announcement that ,their-fears are rar.SlmaltKnou.S. Works and (itsooei4tng I
; being. made! to-dny at the bottom
Lather to other Engluhman '
tt no save Wj" groundless: and that all is well. Joined FREE VsrUbl Feed Works sin -
clif. doe the world ow. ao much. It with the (very" tenderness of J Jesus is ferer ofeeveraleIl-knowlt, .gtlt akes.: But Milled for AoonBAer, smruenv. ot '

pleaaed Matthew Arnold, with an icy Philistinism the note /of/ warning, andlfie 'doubts hllvi been exprecsctl as. t$ tBa CIN-nd BUCHU 'ryAseDtasoosS.ww.. Wrhefor -
to fleer at We..nd to tl.. 4.scr1tlv. elrmlsni. br
| < par- without It. The old doctrineof Mftufsotured
not complete To all whe suffor.or to the Mauds
applicability of the eyplanatjoa: of those 8AI.KW IRON HORKB lJ
> age him ae "a third-cla: mind. But by bell was crade .ad very' false, and who suffer with ath.,., Liver Heart, Bladder
[.- what token thi froaty estimate? In that yet it was infinitely very nearer tha truth than such thick strata as those a(8tUtCr'nrt.Oermaoy. or Blood r>ts ae,a sample battle of smarts 1...,_;...Pal.h"I..........'I' ...:.. &
r drunken&,unclean'inaolent century, Wes ibis modern "Don't worry" philosophy, eighteen hundred feet deep, Oln and Baoka.the great southern Kldacv fcniLlvsr .....f....ek... W..h.. _an ., u.,_.$ oli.. '
ley'. i* The brightest name whether his Medlcloo.will be sent ateolaMly free of r .soil......._.111. "to. ..1.. i.bmeas.p. t:. J1lpan.Tab.l..atbe .
Which. t..oreathe real dangers that con. and at Sperenberg Dear'BerU ,.thirty, this to'""et pose_..,leeL.
o.t'- MB r. Address STUA&Tnauo
i whether work is immediate it* width'permanent its depth front.the human soul and tells -us that evil six hundred feet thick.' However this M'ro co..eswauLiver, at..AUUM,a*._ e..UDa R.... cc..Cklc.g..1' best dyapa;......
F by its Its
or la simply the result of our fear. It make. medicine ever ID-- '
: results. j may be the substance Is found higreater SALE.TEI.MIWOI BOIES"'J'be ' '
a world of difference to a man's reliston.beth..r ;nelllof
A. hundred
f When conformity ana nonconformity he takes lIP with that smooth gospel purlty.Jtuflll parts of '
I were alike moribund, he renewed the individuahim or whether: .be ki.... ,...41' to Js uaChrist the world.. The.minerals' associated PillsThat's Great East and West 14n* them 'nave..
[ of the gospel message personal- speaking of the dangers of the human ACROSS _ _ 'sold tbo
with It ,are those'which" are'.pt to I .,Jn ,
I tied its appeal and rediscovered mankind! ,
eouL The degeneration of character the entire IES1OIIISIN -
[ Do ant forget that this starting point of .which. greed or.Jealousy, or-e ..rdiee, er exist In tbe octiah. What I. commonly I ,what 'you'need; some* feMatmi of. -- States,. la! ,-it

I I modern religious history was within the : duplicity; J J! er 'cynicism.) or sensuality,' oranjrotheTyioUtion known, ?ealt".Is principally hJor.lde thlng-to cure your biliousness year I Every!: ;:iihio1arl.lng ____
walls of and devoted-
a college lay in the of 4s '
.vital leiv.bring. f stomach
I of'sodium.Bur chlorides of lime and" I I : from: a disordered 4r.1ieved..orenre4
I and relentles aggressiveness of few
ness a something whose seriousnene become. and regulate bowels. 'You '
moreevident ,
| men. magnesium and even minute quantities -.: your. THE bytbeirped., ." af
the closerwe to it. It is not '
I '- The work began In the open air. Whit- a matter of faith, but get nf absolute knowledge. I of Iodides and bromides are usually -' i need Ayer's Pills., Vegetable common 'la, It that diseases! orlgiust..

I field, with hie lively and unselfish charaop -voice- ..-The Rev. ; W. B. Thorp. mingled with the .chief constituent gently-laxative. from the stomach It may be safely! '
tar and that wondreusly emotional ,
-- sorted there 'Is no condition }'ot "
I led the way among the collier of King* '
., '
I wood in Cornwall. England wee fait-: : pa. The Jra c.lio-.t. Ma.. .: Might Have Halwl Ea.1..... want moustache or beard health that: will:not be .bentfltvd e' ,

I Ian poverty! and thia new departure toward All life is variegated. It means happiess . King. .Vlcorr( Emmanuel of 'Ita Toiwbom' your cured by th.oecaalona1.ns&oLflipeoi: .
beautiful brown or rich bUscfcr.UaeBUCKINGHAM'S R&WAY
the "aubmerged" and the forgotten .. well .. sorrow. :Mind ks well ss a 'J'.blll .. : Physicians knew. Ibimali".
this human oompnlsion of a seal that ate up body need. change. -A young man needs King Edward .visited 1 jn Rome

E neglect and its embitterment., broke once relaxation and recuperation. By 'it ,bfe In strict right bated on descent baa n DYE speak}"highly i of thenu., AH nJrMt

E for all with the. traditions of apathy. Then gains.elaaticity.Christianity . better claim to' the British crown,than ] JlO esoupas Toasewas. 'OseeeowaThtnyflv. sell ..them. The 'five-cent, package
John Wesley stormed Bristol town. Little when it comes into tbe heart ], iIL O ai onwii Os 5.P.sAiI ..V.e.ea.W miles.lwnea.uto Shraveport toPallas. 'oceasloa'athe
ba._ his recent visitor ,who It, . Write fop book Texas-v.a. enough for oriIJnal
new on
m did know, little did these men know, tWfII1'I ,' 8
men of does not drive the sunshine out-,A, .
man P. TOaMKRaea.jeaae. ..Dallas,Texas.I Family ctuts
what bed their in- ''While both are descended from 'Junes Jt. eDt
a chord they struck a. man is \aot,necessarily Christian .because _o _O'O Q O "
B, domitable fervor and uniniermittent sgf. he looks consumptive Pity with a long I. of Enll.", the King of Italy la also; O-il ; J booschold supply for'a-y.arJO ,

:.gression hurled out of their way the thine face and a deep cough is not Chr llt'* idea :through, bl mother, eleventh; I '"'ATlANTA..COLlEGE generally gives ,,.,U! wltblU, *$wootVutinutea. .
*. that them and- '-
would have obstructed
There i. nothing antagonisticla 1 CURES : '
of. religion. . ,
f Charles' I Buti for their 6PUDINE -
scent om I
more reached after the soul of the common religion tGtJa.teJpfui, influence ef ( --,-
rbf ,
R man. i( was a radical return to the eirophcity ci ' -_. <. I 't< 1 V Catholic< ;F'relig1ott tbe ,Sajoys! would 01. I PhysicfansaniSnrgeonsFlnnt 'A FOO Female- __ Jjl-L
of Cbn t.. and it bad to face them ,'; bel."tb. best: charsceer"possesses have,""been Installed io. rule Gteat Xffeets felt Isssssill. ftsUlr. amake WLwOfl
Irewn and ecofltnga of those who do always melding It will 1 minister to "Bmn."Sc.k"- . oM. stmnsr and dsla.4
K resist the of what i. real and power. Britain and not the .. I laboratories In the Aonta. Oll leaf . rlods *
.pirit uncompromising. the lower 01',th. huh: r ideals of. life;, 2 Was* .. M D.OOOOOOOOOOOOM..- j! easy. vryseemraat.s&
The harvest was white and had it be will either" ,serve God through . 4.
H, long, been unattempted. The work was devil. II" man baa the vulture raetinctwhich the children'of. James II., tbe next Ja -. - I I I and. Write fo.nIJrIe&allto._loirae... ," VsesHeuocitbU. , I ( twe teas ri
born under the.aky, baptized by the) tervrsm seeks the carrion be-will find it.,'II 'tbe' "' boukbf'v.biable
blood was duchess of Sa;oyv XEKT8. W. 8. KENDRICK, Dean,Atlanta Ga.CURED. I
m the 10",1"haaJeQ, by the new songs of desires that-which is noblest and purest I .. boihasxes.
K- dome of God I ha daughter of Henrietta.:,the youngest .. the Blood CApt. I / .'u ,
tens of thousands under the, and beat he may possess it. >> **""* **-"
B It went with. Christ after the lost sheejpf -, .The thing; that makes the life of modernsociety child of Ch rlel' ,I. Butshe. wag-not the Brain Clear" ', C..I.t.O nov In_ _. *"
:,and swept the very dust for the lost jewel.., so strenuous is the struggle to keepup a'' Protestant and so was ,debarred.Thus Blvss 'WI.... .. every Sewn -
f It iid net reach down from an attitude of at whatever cost, and the the Llver'AotlvaUsed 'Drop'S-Y
appearances it wasMhat the British crwnwas ' Cubit
KietlA". condescension and butm" .
patronage have that there can be no" American
idea tort manor: s>y
reached out from the J universal1 level of fun without filth.-The Rev. Dr. Fowler."f . passed te the bouse o( ,Brunswick . rn'yslcaiis tor. nearly eo Retls
m_, human sympathy and childlike, lo\'e. Andit 'by 'the act of settlement In 1701., ,..... .- In a toss

.' who proved want by the its.soul errand ol'm and$result enough that to be go' t;" -rk yp.erS.y.'fljpderi.y 'Aa It 'Is/:Victor Emmanuel Is In.Uhellceof I'WJti7v. OC.)...., D..IU.,Me,; .. Jtv .. ., ,.. days I..,.. I effects...:..,.a.tIlID..t.prrmtmmt....cureKtvcn .... ''t.--

after them In Christ's can have them. i contemptible In say walk atliic.e.pconliy )succession to the :sfltl'lbtkrboe. free.) fairer
way Write Of.H.H. '.SMM
This ,. the 'method of thevnfl/ for talt soau the charch.-The bat abbot 800 lt: SU'Otv.tti. seen1.ot UI. srer Where'writing J es .
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which the world ..< ,achitf .and..sUrvlnaV 1!.' George Adam Brooklyn, N. Y. d.greee1lc4yfrom \0 &CI-Y.etI..tA.I. .82,'(.ja, 7 0" : ,
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QfLi car3ti' 11 1! For
Watch, ..A..e: iiu.

4 _-<< t An Epitome of the DoALL However slight ,at thUptime' of 'year 80 Try A liotlloWe :

and In this climate, it is the forerume ROLLINS .COLLEGE' Of'I
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STATE.! digs and ois4&tf -
.I OND'\T.HE .SaYln': s of malaria. A disposition ,to yawn, .' n. .

r.- < Floridians for the week. and aft. all tired out feeling even come .WINTER PARK FLA. .

before t.heahlll. Herblneby its promp ; ..
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t> ;>>o .
'f- .
stimulative. actdn on the liver, drive 1.
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:: the malarial gorms out of tlie..)'Item,
: A: rural free delivery route will t bo r-I While Imthiuu lu the oc at Beth-, puriOesTe blood, tones up,"Uie system . COLLEGE e.

Inaugurated .out of 1'lant, City Sep-I'101 Creak ITuuseol'llefuge last Friday and restores health. 600 at IwN 'Cuee't
School '
; teutb?r 1st.Three ; afternoon, Merman Huvelarup was Osceola Pharmacy.poooooooooocooocooooooooc; Preparatory School; .
]>ittfon in be l left arm by"a.. ,shark I "
and .
thousand one hundred I -- Art Schools School Elocution, "
I, The arm was nearly' severed both .
fourteen head of cattle. were shipped '
toKerWfttr'and, --o from-Funta-J..t\! .Q.'LAn 1 .UbulbQw.JQYr. Jievere Bu.slnossS'chool.School of DOlJ1e'sti and rr

wounilu.befne In lcted.
+ !taws during the month of July, KALOLA ...

_ The Dela-nel hews, says 'it, learns' :Tl 6 boy wair"lmmedlately brought Teachers'' Class: 'Industrial. J Arts. defy the wotldto. produce amed.[ '>,lAmcricanBeauty

tho; Forbes to Vero, I1. O. II.nd'medlc.t aid sum .. lcim for the cure of all forms" of' Kld-
from authority that Stetson
Mlttaral w ..
difficulties! have been settled. out ofcourtthan moned.* Dr,;, L. A. l'> arrived shortly 0..11..4........ N..r.1.rN. ....d" uey arid l3laddartiuubleanddiseases '

both sides have practically after midnlffht'and dressed the arm, A'Combln'ation W. F. BLACKMAN, PH. D., .PRES. eculiar to women, that will Mual.

hoping to sav'e it,' but found if'.necessary ofaryatalscon- 8ILh'8' Sure Kidney Cure ,Nrnety.eltfht
agues to. Kwllle their differences taming the med1clnalpro > rtl61 .
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amputate it Sunday, night I \*r cent IldneYaUurertha shaveanderourobservationhavubocneured.
fey arbitration. ot the waters of four noted mineral .r sure;

AU members of companies of State Herman' ,stood the operaUon'well, and springs Cures Constipation . ... .' : Smith's' \ ,;
j/ ,
troops:will be compelled( to attend the.,1 If now, getting along'nicelY.. His ,1 Liver Indigestion. 131,adder Stomach troubles., Kidney -; C.A. CARSON, Pr.,_ld..f* N.' C.; BRYAN Secretary, .. We tell\ i>uriw, Hcine oil aiofollowed a positive) r
Him !
friends with in ruaVrai'itouTif.
e State encampment to ba held in Jacksonville many, y . .. Is
s next, mouth unless--physically his' great U11 fortuDe' and. everthing Is THE:: : :: : and money' VlH h bo refunded cure h
being done for him that loving handy "..Talc KaJoI.Six Days aid not efert.taLPrice
sale 1 by
"unable t says the can do..Melbourn&: Times. Eat Anythltif Yes Waal"A toWhoUMU i lwola Ph81'm61': '2
will be accepted-so adjutant
Waters & Carson
general. . Grocery .

sweep s Tallahassee If Stockton Is to be believed, 'Talla- teaspoonful dissolved in a .
clean tit
We want a ferro is not a fit person. to, represent 1 glass of water. makes a delightful -. 'CM4 Retail D..l.r InO .

next year from' governor down to m in the U. 8.'.' Senate, and If TaUa- : and inexpensive. a* lent. and, F C. Corsets

Janitos -Sonie of those aristocrat' !* ferro is. to"be believed neither'ls i Mr : .;ci $1.00. G : O: E TEDS. '
,dudes have been there so. long that
Stockton, for he has not only been -J-<
they Imagine they own ,the entire For sale at all drug stores or 'Exclusivedesigns ; F

_, State and apart of.Georjll..and_Alaabama. -. tainted with corporation influence but 4 tens by malL postage. paid on' ' and ,
well.It takeboth !
an independent as we :
.- Let's get rid of 'every one'v : .receipt of price. .vr___ CU1'ITYGBNTS' 'FO t" .
at their words we ",111'.0' -the latent fashionable -
even if we have to send them to con only sensible'thTng left-se.nd Mr.-Jeft-: KALOLA COMPANY. 11 A Y CRATESGRAIN model ;

t tffress.- Taylor County Herald.W. . nings to Washington, in that. teapacltjv I Ssvasssk. C*. I Celebrated Fertilizers: I Over 90 new ;
.:B. Carter. of Carter's Mill, had ,_. ETC."d and uptodateatylestosekcf tl'A
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the misfortune: to lose two of hit r .If 1 ... lrcalll.rt, :! Prlc. ',, tr 4'F
I little sons last Friday.: It Is stated PR, M O FFETTfTEETHING ...r..a4 o. Appllcatloa. 7T \- from Made

'that they either".got bold of poison from''selectedwearwell

j and drank. it, or died from eating ,

___ r .peanuts... J n n L-Ph7I1c1a.ns .were HIDES. FUR W O_ 0' 'L fabrics and ' ,I"'l." '

called In andtheydld all In tbelr power every pair ;1 \

to save them but'Do.. avail. The fun- ( POWDERS j! >'Jrod has our liber '
-c. oe a, Speola.lty. '
'* al service were conducted here Saturday ....-. Ar. .....I8, al guarantee I f
_b the' Methodist Rw.J.w.arv. ./a flee -. NAee.--........) -....- ..._..w. fur.. sJl_ Ask to see .
from church) by . ....., __.. ,.._teb ... .. : ,
tw. 'aTBUl4. wer a w eIoIItI.-h.. 'e '1. l. c."""" "" """ ,,, '
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d at .Ioe. Me
M them
v ReT., Smith Hardin and the remains MlaaapaekactaaPublic J ,
s ... __ 1. .,..d-'", IbM_ _.,._'.-1 I.raed e..,.1 "Tasv'maw1. a... : "' 1,
1b.4.. .... ... ....
were Interred in the City Cemetery. b..M1.A.b. W.twW.rY..Ya.AIWmr.b./sa.t..uyM'sMM C Ms

tt The sympathy of the ,ent.lre.comm.-n-: Kalamazoo Corset Co.

pf Sun sty, Acertain:U .extended poll lcan to. at them.-Lakeland a picnic not High Grade Whiskey KALAMAZOO Cxctuslv: MICHIGANSold M.h.r. by '

Sale of Shorthorn and Here- .nd
long ago told the band leader that. Ite. .
__ II. (O. Staai ford.
wanted the band to play a soft tune '

very,gently'during :a certain place in ford Cattle I _

his speech. The thing. went off just as Kentucky Exchange

arranged,'and.whenthe 'speaker ,be Twill offer at nnctlo. In Ocala s.......... 9. I9O3 about fifty. ....40'
decided hal..r04..d.r.d.. balls ..4 cow, Moat of them ar. now In mypo .
gad telling that he bad to. en*
..MMloa; Tfaay...lit.>. tkoroaickly nncllwatad, aid will b* a.nmntadnanlnat AND
i ter the race ,on hl. merits; the. band death from Taxaa fovr( or any dlnona, for all aoa... .". dato' I

struck "Ain't It a Shame,". soft and of ..I...* Botlc* of tk. data for tko .I. will". Ivan tkvonck tk.. 'Ja: = E. R. LI13I3Y '...

' ,low,. Moral: Always' find out 'what ........,...ra.W'rlt.. tot fall particular, '- := CA F E. ? N'AGI 1 ,\

the b..nd.I.. going to play.-Lake t .
Z. C. CHAMBLlSS.: 0caJ Fte.
i Butler StarjV :. ,1
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_ The politicians, candidates. 'statesinjen r'.. '-- I now have_the largest stock of Wines, Whiskies "

+ or,whateverthe offlceseekers style and Beers ever handled' in Kissimmee' All

themselves have all 'given Jackson !l V VVV VV VVVV VVVVVVVVVVVTHE grades at prices to suit the times . . "

wid. :berth thus far., These ,
,Count a I"" -- "
"y, 'fellows 'evidently hive'.somebody' to UNIVERSITY OF ]L 'e

,:keep them posted over this way, and 1/.7' ; IbAI -re.A.C: .: : ..A.; SPECIALTY: : ,
;7 ;M 11'welreuotiYb therdEecause; ifMy'bf -' (ExclDslvtly, for Males.) -
make the fatal .1
them were to

i nrtrtake,of worrying our people .right S Twentieth Year Beginning September 22nd, '1903. "A. 'E. -.-B AflDKN, PropriQtor. Miss Ida. M.. Snyder, t t
/ Trr..wr of ....
_ they would itt
f 'r' low,with politics, !get .
a- 6N Are n...
SEVEN FOUR-YEAR COURSES.!: -Agriculture, Chemistry, Civil
t fat -i; neck., We ere making "hog.M ,' Engineering Mechanical EngineeringGeneral Science. Classics..8' .II women would pay mart attention ls> ..

Hominy"; now.-MarUnna' Tunes-, 6S Two years' course In Mechanical Arts, One years' course In Business rE : their hulUi w* would hay ntor hippyMawkly. ft
_ e. : wives, mother and
Ooufier or Stenography and Typewriting. A preparatory course of one daughters and IT they
A1pO'rrful l' bas been ., JOT two years, as. required for those desiring such preparation.. A S i would observe result* they _lei find
Sunday league abort course of five weeks In Agriculture or Horticulture.h Post wad that the dotfon' prcicriptlon. d* not
.orl'anlze4lnPealacol. for the purpose .- J. uate courses are also offered. The dormitories are 'under the Immefc7 -. perform the many cure they are fives. )
"f.', of enforcing the Sunday laws of diate supervision of instructors who make every effort to Infuse In- R. T. BUTLER E.A' credit for.

I' "' (the State and thus put, a stop to all : to the students a spirit which leadl to high mental, moral and physJm "' "U conratUn* with my drufibt he ad.
cal development. .Fine G'mnulum-ReJruta.t1vI and' corrective vl.d McClree-i" Win. of Cardufind t.
"" ,,kind of business now being' conducted I 6" gytilnasticsrequired. at.all student. Fine modern buildings and first A ** BUch-Oraught. to I toaIIlt...

on the Sabbath*, A number of ministers class equipment.: Tuition free to Florida students., No fees. ALES. WINES. BRANDIES have very rea>on to thank Mm for s new I

;and church members panticlpa- I ' .. G lift opened up to me with restored Mal h. I
r fed in the organization of the league: j"' For'catalogue' address, T. U. TAUAFERRO.. C< E? Ph.Lake D.. Cityt President.Fla. L WHISKIES I I -".ltO.. "A'UOU.PIt'O.. ._It D. L and H only took three month U cure tea

Wine of Cardui
while-the First Baptist. Church, where iaaregufalorof the ;.
menntrual function and I* a most .*.
was held Sunday night "
'f"Wt.,1DeMl.Dtr;; VV VVVVVVVV VVVVVVVATLANTIC E E tonuhing'tonio for women. It cures
,was packed with persons drawn there CIGARS AND TOBACCOS': acaatysuppreoaedtoof uent.l inwularand .

j ,-.r to- see what would transpire. Several I'lunfulmelutl't'ion, faUina

.* ',lalks of the were Sabbath made, and upon the the ministers desecration were { : COAST LINE RAILROAD CO.II s X of helpful the womb whon whites approaching niOT.ooJmg.M womanhood !It-

Anheuser-BuscnoBe during after cLildbirtband -
> -of Lb .cpln;' oD'that. much good .bad SCHEDCOB IN ErrBCf MAY U, 1t040 /. r in change of life. It fr- :::

+;already; resulted from their movement. 82 .T.\T'Q lI. I 1 21 SA O'N' DRAUGHT auenlly bring a dear baby to homes .

.ri j Five' hou ea' "ere-burneci: 780. soap Lv:.. .... ..".. ..... .....;..' ...... . .. .. .,. . ...... Ar 7 11 a 10 SI)p L AND. BOTTLED: Lo that.havelqeaarrea for year All '
," to the 613 liMp Lv.4O ...../.. .. ......y. .. ..". &.m"1J..J.' ...1... ...... .. ... ....... Ar SZ2akr lI 4Sp druggut bare 1.00 bottles of Wise
ground at Pensaoola. Monday;. ,and $ a SMp- Lvi.i........,.,....,.y.,7 ."... R-- 6110. 1113p of Cardui.
104Aall27p Ar.. .. .. ..I.. .. . ... ..s.Kisatmmee.L.. ... rr,....... 4MB 747p 'Can only be found In KissImmee Broadway 0
the lost, wai caused by an incendiary 10 Ma 12 OK s'Ar.y..m.A.,..., ......:Orlando.... .. .. .... ..,LV. SMOG: 7 Up on
'';torch. ,Such i 11 ton, f06a Ar .. . .. ... ..... ...........S.olor4".... ..... .. ..'.. .. ,...I.V 3 2fln 5 2\p Street, at the BRICK BAR. BUILDING. ( "J.
\ i.the'oplnion"of"polleetnd ; ( I U'lop'I 2aAr., .. .. ...........:.....Orange City Junotl'..... .. ..,...... I 23 a'LV 6 DIP o 0 WINEoCARDUI
: firemen who responded to a tele 1 80p*> : .. 'tAr.. ,. ............... :....". .. .... ... .,.. .. ... .....r.tLi'' 4 B0|.
r 2 ,i\\.,. 4641. 'Ar...;...............;.Faulk." . ..' ".....:.__........ .. li'w'p 5 aSp
."tN!. 'phone taU! *a oon as possible. The 4 SOp 7Is). Ar. .................. .. ,J.ekooo"lIIe..L.. II 10. j nap N N ,
bpuaes"were situated. 'at the STATION!, SIMW R. T. BUTLE'.R
extreme 7 w. Lv..f, ................larapa..... ... .. ..... .. ,........... .....,...Ar 10 pop "
northern end ofAlcanlx. street, 3,000 4ia Lv.. ......:..:...... ..............r. .:.lakeland.,..:........r............ ....,......Lr 98U p Georgia Sonthern i Florida'RAILWAY
'fre' 'from the closest II ale Lv..I. .......,.....,...,....,.....,.D14. CUT. ..r..... ,.... .......... ..........Lr .11 6Hp '
water plug.. 11 20 lr.. .. .. ..... ..1.. :. ...... ... .. Broo.IYIIC..r....., .............. ..Lr 4 Mp .
Wade Harvey a negro owned them, .J] .. ..,............,,0...u..,..,.LeNbG......................."......?............. 4 40p : :
:and colored i 1OOpaLT" ,...........:.... ...".. Ocala .... ......... .....r....,.... .,LT loop
people were :,tenants. It .6dopAr.......... .. .......jr.n..... Osloe.v111. ,.,,......n..I......'....:..:,':..LV1I 40p "OUWANIE nivcnKMEOT'
.. estimated that the S 00p .,.,..... .. ... ...... .H..u. uprlig*,........... ..,. . .. .. Lv. .1 lAaV .OUT."
burned cottages. II ty............;..................:,. .. O.k.,...........:.. ..:..:::.,.. ..:. ,i V 10 55a'feJ'Tiot I ClIr f1t1'.l'$Ilt : JAfcUAltf 4., hodDIIIe _
q >,were worth at least 13000 .each. r' ?.p L..... ................................. l-npont ............;................ ..... .
: a .\eAr .'...............:..... ,.: .........Vfaygroaaif ..,.... ............ .. ....... MAYNARD n.r. QII l1 --
Florida 'Times-Union LUMBER Co. .. ...-, "lell. .
t : One of ,the 010 8TAT10N8., so-ss / T.v PalatltaIr ,, 8 oq, m 4H .W w
most dreadful crimes to be committed .,..... 8 O/Ip/ I*............... ...'.',....*.. Tampa .,?.. ......,.... ..,. ........:..A'JI scp.p.. L. ac eonriPe! tl 00 am 7 .. 1
Jacksonville,, In many a ..K..,' 07 U ........... .........."........". ... (;IC .... .. ...... .......... .A, 546p. ValdoaU.... .... 11 15 P III 10 M.f16. iq ;'
year occur- 7 UOa' 54p A.f.7SOalO27p .,..... .,. . ..Lketaad.Barlow .. ............,..,......(..,LT! ArTlltnn.. .. ., .,, )2 do IG t
4Id ; a nr
4 onAug.11 12110
when Arthur Kenner- 1..,.....A................:.. .'..' .. .... .............,.....Lv 7 110 Ar CordeleArHaoon .. ... P DI" !
; a 14-year-old. negro bor criminally -: .....*.12 88. Lr...,..................... .... ......... !;.:.............Lv 61I1p... Saw and Planing MillsNow .....' .. J1saM 23 14apm
....... At'..... .. ....... ..'Punta OorAa .f. . 41' CIOPDI
assaulted Ethel-'Reed, the four- IMa ......... ; .......... .. ... ....Lv 40 6 p... o. or HA. ,.1
rear-old daughter ,of .116 ilTATION8. . .11.3 I .'. Ar.Atlanta..... .... 7 eS"Y 744pm .
olored. George Reed .5 lop! Lv....,... .. ..pA.......... T. ...... .......... .....................Ar 8 .. H. o. a ar' L.
after the a..anlt.t.he .680pAr., .........,r..1... ....'..>._.... .. Tbonoto.a.a' ........a..+.................: .Lv I*Sa in operation. Complete House Bills' Purnlshed. Ar Chattanooga ... 100pAe 00am ,j.
little girl became very 111 and after Dally Kicept Sunda. -- Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kinds. Areshrllle. ...... IMpxofC (40am730am ,

I (liDgering some days died at her borne 7 80 a t 8Oj.,"."" ".".,.......i: .Ind Llua Tampa Ar Ind Una ........... ..........,n ooa 4 BOp iLL.C.nTa:. .:.>., ...
I lit olh.A warrant had been made 9 M a A aop......., ........,,,Jnd Llna Bt, Patenbars. ; Lv lad Line,,......._.,....... S Ofia 4 asp OeD: S ,,:FI2.1ZiEDoa: :" : :PTZ.tY. ArChlclKO' .... ... 62 a in .3tep__ .
."i'"* 6 60p.:-;.. ....;;..'J; ..Jt fJ L Lv St. lerabnrf Ar A C Lr .. .. ...,.. ...... .. 11 SO am '
iTaliat. Arthur. Kennerday, and he .. ... asip,. ,...... .......r........VO L ArltollalrLvA C L...,.,,.. ,..:.. .. .. .. . .. .1110&/ A. L. M. ....B. ,.,
was' arrested,bjr Detective ,Jessie T. ._, .. .. .. .91p.r1"....;,.....,.... ._...Ad1.Arcleuw.terl.vAQ L'; ........,...... .y.10. lUll ....... MA)"NARD LUMBER Co. .ArArNt.Loub.Loul.yIDe Ar rinolDuatl............ 21Oa Sa 12 Sit f'dt' ,-
Tyro! and turned over to,-the .. e.. ., .. Lw.. ....- LArDonwIlo: Lr AC L..La,. .. C 05 d'll
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?ipa; adjourned ,to "meet at the Ar Wllmlngtoo! TTLv le4p': ,:Ar.:BirminghamAr. NaahvlllaAr Lr L. 8 48 1 :: : 3.. an meinn depot until 7:30 am.111 for MaPullman '
: 710p a J.. W. THOMPSON : ; Bull'o' Can ,
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Willard on.Tburaday ', >
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t H rendered a. verdict"as to the, 4 1 ana 06a,, 11 9 S2p Ar Ar . Lvl143a L.r S S7a .UMa 11' . Pisa 720.! Ar Ar 6 Chicago 1 Lou I. Lvtt Lv'iMp cop 1 UNDERTAKER and EMJJALM.ERI'- mann lre 01': "ear..OD pe.Dlale...011 tray tralu Ao-Cbloao also Pollwlthont .' .izJ
,of the .cbltcl'. ,death, which wasW 713* 1 Mp Ar New York .Lr Snip .2fiII a r JA>DI."IJl.r.v 'TM a tar leho athbound
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next year; and; that will .be '' III earr, PaIl..II.I"pero bawsa New York; Jaok.oeOleand'Port Tampa: ." NICE LINE FURNITURE AND ;;:;e Agent. Maooa.Oa; W y.
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