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: September 4, 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: VID00088
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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......... Valley B UMIs*" .4 te9d.( Co *olld.t' HjeU. B.t.blbil..4 1091. i ,..Ol. at..... by .P.r >WM, J... 3O, I O3. Klssittttnee City, Fla.", .September 4 .1QO3. iff Vol..", .r'. No..'' 37. "_

NARCOObSBH., : ., ,to, '4' ,

'. I Many 'Substantial Improvements Regular'
. Being Made., "' night.. Let every ) ... r ,

r'; Young Man Struck Dead by i EDITOR: &AZKTTB-i-There' are prob. Judge Parker Says Previous, Estimates J..M.

a' Bolt and, 'bls Companions .ab'ly few.sections. In the 'south that' can are too' Laree. -F. O. Bailey. ,.W.-M. fKissimmee '

Seriously Shocked by It. show more ""healthful growth ,.than .IIal: .
the country tributary' to1' Jfarooossee; I Editor Valley Gazette -Lnotelnyour There will be the .., '.. ,'J
|John Lanier l lost his life and' his' Whlle'there has'been Uttle'if'any 'increase Issue of Aiig.Slst-an.! estimate; on-the the Presbyterian .

oinpan.lbns ,were., severely, shocked, In population.there'Is a notable orange 'crop, made( by Mr, J. S..., Arnold tne of( them into Insensibility, las: spirit of Improvement .manifested which, according to m,.' informatlon the Pastor --* -
onday'afternoon'from') a stroke ot byall our'' people. Farms are enlarged .Is. .so very much more'. than ;It.hlDk'tt '--- -- : nd Management.;.

lightning,, which drat. struck: the root l.ew .buildings, erected, fine ca",. possibly be, that I herewith Bailroad A I s

f a shanty ig which they ..h'adtaken stock: brought In- new groves started, submit- an estimate On the crop, Wednesday evening! : \ Easiness ,Intrusted to Us.;

helter from a rain storm.' pastures enclosed etc These Improvements t.hat.I.ti.Diquite sure will be a most track band.were cow "
.We learn the circumstances of the 'In the ..aggregate' have caused. liberal one, -as will be shown,when taeoountcom'es. the'night from Meridla ,
ciirreno .Jo, be that. he ',apd Meisri quite an expenditure of Capital, all You will note' that'. the north of town, one of : . CASH......, '

an ClartfauU 'Timothy. Lamb were of which has been -made here )tl1 strict figures as KI ven. by Mr.. Arnold'' for off the pole car 'upon. :

together j and "when the. '.to m, came: ly legitimate pursuits. eacb'county adds up 2,210,000ptnstead' riding/ which ran : "

Upon them they repaired the shanty; Our leadingstockman,. MivW." J. S,' of 2,105,000,' which error I have corrected derailed A second ,,

ear the site pf Duckies' old mill .onedy Carr has brought In '.om "'Tersey cattle -a difference 42,000 to' be short Interval and ran +:}',:l.-.i.. }i1.I.- .. -

Creek. Mr.: Lanier went InsMe and Essex swine and 'is now ,fencing added to his original total. Mr. .Arnold In the mlx-yp Mr;, H.; .

_e house, Mr. Clark.stopped 'on. the In several thousand acre.- 's.estimate\ : of Osceola bounty; Orange! City 'was _. .

plaixa .In' frontof". ; the house,,' while for a permanent pasture! where less than '40,000 boxes were the oars, or ran over ; .HV.\ 'S
_lr.,, ,Lamb wad 'stand Ing 'on- theoutside Mr1.: James Tysen has 1>ou;\"ht more shipped; from last season 1. certainlyat tained fracture of the Company'

near his horse, a' few rod I land near his present flne.fahm and Is the very least 50,000 boyes off. extremely painful and \
away, when a flash of. blinding light gettinfflt in shape for1 cropping next With a crop, .mUlon'and ''a told the doctors say_!, ; '

'hilt descended, striking: the'roof ot year..; Ills present farm Is, an object half boxes, If the. 'growers will notrush him to be ,a cripple for : : : for Business. :

he house and rbnnlng sown'the ceiling lesson\showing'what an Industrious In,green fruit, and' ship only hal gro was also OF 'I 1FORMINO'THE'PEO: -' ;;

and onto the. body of:'Mr. Lanier, man can do'011 Florida soil. Thereare the crop by Dec. 25th,. reserving the bruised but his.wounds, thai '
,who was killed Instantly. : :Mr;, Lamb farm. In the :north -with mire other half until after the holidays" Instead They: were brought to weare 'no ; h

and his horse "were thrown t.o't.he costly buildings, but few, If any, kept of shipping 80 'or tM> per cent by .O carasslstance" given ice and'solicit: their'patronaa :j'

ground,. but; as Mr. Lamb ,was only1lvhtlyshockbd ; In better order; thaftlme as last year' It will give! them Mr.- Rollins was ; we' 'have equipped'Gour' plant '

he quickly recovered "'M.M. D. Tyndal has bought. another a: butter market and tile. .railroads wilt road hospital at. ; could"buy and are highly

L-hls'feet, when he noticed the bodies of farm, on which he hat planted a be able to give them'' a more ''perfec1 ment. that, has-been given }It this ;
*" citrus service, and the growers will get- ; 'I. for the encouragement so. far." '
f his companions lying on' the floor ot grove. His trees are growingDnely' bet.prices. Johtisor-- :n
1 a continuance of. good .
the house, and that the clothing o; and without; any special fertilizing ., ., ;
I. 9. Arnold's COUNTIES | one of them was on lire lie went to showing'the land Is good. Kotlmate xatlmate.enoea '
them and pu out; thj Ore, and thinking Mr. John' Hart has moved from .......;:...,,&10.............AI Braldentown .and Miss and our prices will ,be-,
[ 117.0110 .. .Hllliboroiigh:' aU1,45edW.xJO of this' Were : own or that .of Mr J.
i both were dead rode off for asslsf Lake Barton to our village l and openeda .. .:..Man l.... ., .",. 2wuuu1Yb.nw : \ place wagon, 4
: ... ..... Folk... ,,. ". .. 76,000 odist Parsonage In this .
lance, but found upon retnrnlnat.h..Ii blacksmith and general repair. shop, 100.000 .. ...., ".Oeoeola.. .. . 110,000 respaotfullyD ,- .
J. P.; l, Psetdrof
1.'JO.000. Lake
\ Mr. Clark bad recovered conscious something much needed .1nekL.- ......,... ....14. '...."" . .. 1 0000 ''6d'' 'ate WAS W,. SUM. MERLIN, '
ness.The. Mr. Marlon Tyndal will ,be 'a"res ftdent 130,000 . .. .. .Oranc. ,, . 110,000 ceremony. '' S
In weeks. 110.0110 .. .. .,.Marton .. .. .. ...' 20.000 by the family:-bf he .: !Manager; ,
here ate He has
body of Mr. Lanler was taken 00.0110 . . ,\'oluola. . IIUOOO L'":
"homa.and prepared for burial and on about; concluded to grow stock: exclu- :110.0110 . .. ...Brosrd..rM. 's :iJ".'.. aoOOII which'the newly mated . .-1.14n .. "II'" .. ,%'.
116.000 ,. . ..AI..bua:,., .. .. 111,000 home of the bride' '' "
the day following was Interred aMount .Ively, ,an<<\adopt the modern -method 21".000 ..,...."utn.m: (J. 20,000 <
10.0110 .. .. 1)..1e.. ... .. ..., 6.000 short time was spent ; .. .'
Pleasant. Ue was a son of; of feeding them. lie proposes to raise 111.000 .. ,.,...1'......... ,<."..,. .'. 11.000 .
.. ..,. . ., their at ;
Alp. Isaac Lanier. a well knowl1'ana hogs in an enclosed pasture, .startingwith 60,000 31,000\\

respected citizen of this, county, who well bred animals, and hopes to 2,210,000- ... ... ...Tout .r.* . .,,-. IMU.OIDUtfferauoo. ; tracting parties are ; T]
the D
groom l'dullt..
lias the sympathy of our people In his have quite carload ready for shipment 640,000. as an I'STBJD .
[ .Mreavement... lb next'year. 'r Yours truly; OBO. .,F, PARKEB.Fesrful mechanic, and the _

The young man who lost his life was'about The, cqnllderl'njl.lze and I Odds Against H1dGedriddenalone 8e..lnlr.alt: those .
bellrt1.hat make her ',
25 :years o'f age, hale and hearty age, in this vicinity Is the one, owned and destitute. Such '
that .
has made
f *and well liked by those who knew htm. and managed by Mr. K-f Lemons. in-brief was the condition 'an old friend' '

Attention----Bicyclists I IMi1. One destitute year of ago It was open'. place NowIt solldler by name of J. J. Uevens, many who know friends. her we: wish [ U IJD. TIE ',8 si 'ITIIT ,

any Vernne.,0.'For years he was troubled ,
Geo. C. Warner will be'at my of hspprness'and, :
Is fenced, a new nff&Toottage erected
with'Kidney disease aid neither doctors ,
place-of business Friday, $ep' 11th, and the land broken up, divided into .
nor medicine gave him relief. At A'Year-R ..4 ,
! 1103, with a testing. device to show numerous fields, on which are fine ;= I
tried '
length he Electric Bitters. It put ,Tbe. greatest : ( _
how the Rafcycle hanger saves 27' ; .
perr.cent'in crops of peas, potatoes, rice, corn,
him on h'ls feet in short order and nowhe ,
caoi.offer: proipectiv
and also the numberof Lenin"also: .
pressure sugar'cane etc Mr.
strain the chain and testifies "I'm on the road: to com tlers is bealthfulnessl: ; ,.. .. .. I ----T;. . ':__, :_ '.
pounds on cattle and .
growing hogs extensively '
pleta...recovery.-BesLon-earth.-for most' conducive to ; -. VICHY' A'TER'
u..bearings.of anybicycle.He will "also 'Mr.-SalZ1: "' b1ttey1tatiboentlj cur= ,
Liver :and Kidney' trpublea and 'all cleanliness not ,
have a'full line of samples; and Illustrate chased the Bass place, which is Imm I j.
forms of Stomach and Bowel ComplalnU Ie cleaning, which is, : v .
. .the difference between a R.acycle to'V. 1 JROOTLBEERl. .... :
. dl lately oppslte.his residence_ anA has. .: ..-0o .
-Only. Guaranteedby ter han none at all; but; ; f sTand ( '
and a::bicycle; "You-are-ordlalTy-lD- commenced to Improve it. 'For years

., vlted tq call on that day and' 'see himandhls'devices. this place has been neglected and wasa Osoeola' Pharmocy. 't.-_ the-tlme Beauty, aIl-the Is a great-year"' : : : ", : ; :\ ..''."drinks.';.>" ,. .- -; ,, '.'\l'"t,: '1J.4',::,. ;'\'" :: '. '

\ W.. B.JohNSTOx, constant."eye-ao&' to our oltlr.ens. Cheap, / Excursion"<;,*+! i' action and content i quench,tM' brit> ,+ .... .ssi .
A. Mr', Whittey Is a Alit-class gar- I $25.60-rrHot Spring, Ark? and return -' ) i ; ,. '. "'. .. .p.i.-) l.-" .( "
oheathfulness.. ,All : : : /:: \; : :: ".. '/' "' '
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Bob Davls'a Platform. : dener ..nd keeps all his grounds In Wednesdays ; and Sutur-. beautiful. !' "" ; I".tr.l'f': ,

In your t..ue.o(;'Aug.14th,- I notice line condition It is '.afe. to .say. this da)'.;good for sixty day.. one account Therefore cleanliness, : specially,, ,prepared.? ,They" .

f nan' article on (he political. situation, property will soon be one of the nicest $O'lG-San._ Franclso and return, : fUb elfl-I'" beauty.,.. ,! ,.out shopping, -

.and beg leave to add thereto.If 10. the village July 31.August 13; 'good 'ret rn- 01.the artistic and r

a man. Is selected from among Col.: Cadinan, E. I.. Burnham andF fog October 15. '" In almost., every soul,. : : : 'Come aoi 'see:for;'Yqarslf. .

, his fellow men to serve the people' In W: Hill have all put up packinghouses $17.20-To,'Ma.zIeLta.Bowden Lytbla upliftingand; it' .. .

'any capacity, his record should be the past year.- tOur Springs, hula, Gainesville,: Ga,, germs that. flourish in .. ,

$all that Is necessary'to elect or defeat school grounds have. '''been put and reiurb: good until\ October .31. . ases .generated by 1I -'.-,_ __ \ . ': l ,

'him for any office within the. gift of In fine orderand'enulosed'by:. a substantial tf.lK' >-TallulahfalU' ,' Mineral Bluff, the cause of their e """ : ':'

..the people. Hon Robert' W. Davis fence. The newest and most and return; good until October 31. Burn the trash and "I'
|''has served his people .and served mproved de.b'aDd seats have been $31.45+Mamoth Cave, Ky., 'and re- bouaeyard and the _. arian
|them well. Ills, record as congressman ordered and will be used next term. turn Rood until Octooer 31. have.hauled out'of ;town ] ?

| .from Florida should be sufficientadorsement We challenge any village in the south $ttl.15-Minneapolis, St., Paul, Water- and Bother& unsightly' : !

to elect him to any office with. : same small population to show a vllle, Minn., and return; good until' not !combustible, and tb 1

I within the gift. Of the American. i people. better school house October. 31., only the beauty. but the '-
Paints1ti .
A candidate for office Fred Robinson has greatly improved W .06 Milwaukee,' and return. of lobe town. ,:

Sown. 'platform for future,.us'e. or,' bet tls new place.: Itwill !soon .be one of M8.75--Waukesh'a, and, return. The idea of cleaning : <

:ter still, he eau have some one write he places wen'are proud to, show-r,.to $5O.3O' -Madison, ,Wls.' 'tv0d'return. ; and'winter' to make onr Guaranteed ,
tit__ _for n _him____ _for__ S10.00._ ___ no The____ dear___ people isltors. . good until Oct.obe.31.,' "; he .to the possible ,
i supposed to choke It down tlielrIthiteata. Uncle Jake Hill keeps well up to: the The Lookout'Mountahn, Route,.; the tote savore.ot neglect of : '

He "on't. even give bond: for he".dof" the, 'pr' coa.loD. *, He has only road having morning, and night 6me' people at other ] j' rproof.. # '

:he fuWlment of his pledges': But painted his comfortable cottage and trains to'St. Louis; ,: Cincinnati, and should be the principal

rlth -man of the caliber ,of Robert; and plants. In great profusion ; ,*Chattanooga'; Nashville.: Local who',need,i and no'' , ', ,. ,.. -., .\.
Hester Hill has out a sleeping' a'nd'ooach' ,to Macon .
Dayis.; He Is a man that stands. ;opened' beauthfulauactive': ""JJT ,
front. of her''' house and or Pullman Buffet
| pon a platfonn that has taken years street daily Through; sleep surroundings as much
i construct. A platform that 'is not age grove at her own expense. Here lOll cars to .St. Louis',; and 'through 0.... And if we' kept; :

ullt; of such jnaterlal- words.. It .isnatructed gain we find flowers and tropical. Pullman reservations'sold to,, Cincinnati streets 'clean and bea :Co ;c

with composition known' plants In great'abundance. and Chicago. For reservatlonh round,. sad made a ,
John Henry Robersorf has kept, on and fall information, address, off so. nsny more in res 1'
i American manhoOd and a life longof' lax
personal acts for purchasing lots and acre property,'aUof J. H. RAFTTERV" ; eats ,would be ,
public which, Improves, until he has D. P. A.. 2O1 "West Bay''Street, Jacksonville ban are probable if our '
wed. that confronts Rob- ''
The -
man Fin 'n. Spprtiiig: .
for the become ODe of our: large 'realty prO- ; pasmodlo and'"aUowed '
W. Davis as. an opponent has faith In Narooossee Baltlmo. a. few ;::8ccfsful deals, .4
rletors. He great ; :
Dee'of Governor'.of/Florida, should ? Cheap Exc irB m to ."- ,
;: '
ive a record with'a, silver lining; believing It has a future.. An oPJ>Or'unhyoKo'Eat ,. at., smallcost' or ceded profitable Is : \r. ,... ,..;
citizens believe the permanent I
Some of )
|nd not a platform selected from 'aob our via. Atlantic Coast Llne.--Ao-: "

lot.-R. D. McDonald- Palatka ..abandonment inadvisable and the will lakeshoreroad be Injurious count; Meeting Sovereign Grand Lodge cure ested these'in us only and with by the : ;; "bcl, r.6 buplna'elsewhere. ::i a'E'
was Md.
ews. ,. I, O. OL F. Baltimore, September
toall,people living east of,, the, lake, 21.6Lh.: Atlantic Coast Line will manent i i inducments and : ,1

: A Boy's vrild Ride For Liter, It ,s clalmed,to be a much, shorter line sell round trip-tickets at. on fare for tojlttbartbe'"attraction . ." "
*\ the rouud trip plus one dollar. ..Tickets desirable resident holds
T ,
around expecting him county leat.., .
With family.: t.o our ,. '
will be sold from points south of
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hUe; and a.,son;riding' for,. life, .18ulles I The barbecue glveilast. month by Jacksonville September 17-20th/ Inclu-" vent Seeing. these our : 'RK'E'T' :
new corners
the people residing ;Bear:. J> ke Hart '
to' Dr. King's New' Dlsoov.y ,slvand from all other' 18-20th
duped to ke It
for Oon'l1mption.Cough.: and I was'a .uooe..ln. every way; ; .,. The, attendance tactaalve with return Ants help us .p .
ids"WB., ;; Brown,' of Leesvllle, 'was ;ilar&e"aDd provisions. 28th,1903. : Bypayment 0.1.00 additional as. the. number i ''
we',.'re" Indebted would become --easier STAND "
ad, endured death's agonies from asa ample as well as" good at Baltimore limit will be'extended ,
fOit.hl.. meeting. !to to October 3rd, 1903. Superb enthuslatio.
pleasant' more ''
ave; .Instant but this relief'wonderful and -soon; .medicine cured. Wm.;Smith and:eons, Murnlce. \Tynl -. ticket sleeping agents and for dining service..,See. If,"' i.'De;t. I: [ ) Qfl": ; .# _

He writes: "I POW: sleep soundly dal l an4 Mr.:. Beasley. ' W. H? Leahy,' Dlv., pas... ,., .Alr\.isa It; may, be' said of,''both -s

ver1'nl.Jtb."." Like marvelous cures . .NABOOOSSKB.- ; vannah'Ga;, -- the more 'permanent together the meat\mar f '
|t'''Consumption, Pneumoniai., t tBroniltls \ ,W. J. Craig Gen,, Pass." ,Agt Wl1mDa'tOD.N.i ? ble they; l x
Ttae;' Deeth Penalty., :; .of, eoliciting: at, least a' \.
Cough, Colds and Grip prove 'A llttle'tbtagtsometime. ; $ results In O. Clean up snd'tUy:; merit it by prompt; '*:
all Throat and takes .
matchless merit for Idea then "" "
i :
'Wo Showsi.' 'f---Is- ; the best!
Pity handling,; only
troubles: 'Guaranteed. bottles death. Thus a mere scratch, Inslamlloant & the orgmUations will : ,
ung. have ''i t.e.&I : mutton ansK: mask, each i .
free'st cats or''punjr bolls paid "For years after me con ; : '
and tt.00.. ,Trial bottles eotly proper to .pruce '
the' death penalty., It is wise to.have tinuously"writes F.A.lledgeVer and promptswVice.-Js; ; our; -'dui ? '
soeojs;_ Pharmacy., bena,'Ala. '! I had a terrible case Of ,pany but keep "spruced Yourfitopleas .r': "1 '
S..lve..r' '
I Buck1e :Arnica baldy.It's .
Piles causing Uwmon.When 'all icmefolks as weU;, . ', .. ,
The farmer of VplusU county hsv) the best Salve on earth and will failed Bncklen's Arnica Save cured J.., .. / VEs:} '
fatality. when,Burns,' Sores,
In sweet pO..eoeahil prevent
I large acreage me Equally good for Burn and > all '
is I
Tampa to:have (
Ulcers and Piles threaten.' Only 25c, .'
;, ,The potato crop,1s a great." one. at Osoeola Pharmacy.: .: I aches and pains. Only. 25o" at Osoeola, bank with .capital.& ; -. _
;over Florida:Miami Nn-a. .. * Pharmacy' :
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6 .dr..evrrnwrm n., .Casty awrwa nrmn", euww..vMwie.xsmw..oee. ..i. TIL ,r ; ,e.vy' F'Y

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I;notice by a deed PORTABLE HOUSE rj make a study of the name ofnewspapers

7!: THE NOON SIGNAL. A8+ Princess Vlct rla.1 of Jubilee Wales, fte Put 'Tol.\lIe\ In a Half How "Rarvnames" I said hall with an ecctatrlp joy. Common man,

glv-e--4lljaiiers to For 'Automol De Accommo4 n. \ .:
The commonest
: ,
I ,despise
=_ ? Ix; >ndon.' Tbe. !:. W. Barker has devised a portable ones all It. probably. Times) what
DOW II SENT.OVH THE IWTEfl STATES. BIS an unknown : ( to meet the Deed 'of suitable name of t
A ,, hasn't Jts'Time.t Other common
_'_ & : Humor '
t Jl! A (S125.0OO) for the i i
atJtolORbllell says
-room Trlt
Chronicle Express
( that names are
Ir011 rivE: MINUTE* THE: WINES' '0F''" [:' wcsTERN* UNIONTLORAPNAll who William nt' lUblll'ot1. The IIO.UHC III';I une,' Post, Star Sun Kepub,Jcao.,
rccognlxed! ; and can be tlllt t upI
In sections
silLBM '' '' Herald. Advertlser. .
C AWMITINQ' THIONAU' hungry ninn'' to . .' Democrat. News Press! ,
''L- **
W W4.
j. Telegraph ant so on. An oddnames
herewith a recent Queen's Jubilee. '
the'Epitaph., of Tombstone
"Click clock-click, -.clock__<"llcklockt' There are time ball oue most o( Sir Thouiat' Lipton gave tin is too- Pox
of Wales. % Arl.: -Other odd names are sl.utawne1
merchant prince ,
spicuous buildings. of all tho mood scarfpln '. Spirit;.' the Rirasslr; of Plttt.i -
,; It was five minutes before noon InJtVU American cities, and these are, of fyod fellows, i of Pawtucket.
Jean Baptists
:' hIngou/ ( as' the ticks of a telegraph trlcally connected! with thoICnvaI : aud most de- .afterward. he was 1 burg the the DixIe
f 'instrument !In"tbe office of /the Western servatory by feeder lines from i of nntflgonlsts. As a result of his I the areenvllle"Cotlen !Plant the Austin.- dvI. r
Union Telegraph the cor'iierof 'or trunk line taken a great the cup Sir Miller of Nashville
Cocipnuy.Jit' : main working\ Glass
; Fou'ndaUp Opera of
lu tile shape of vorable : Firm ,, the
Fourteenth and V ,It'eepunc./ with the great cluck.on !
m, tnatod the seconds with ,it. jiietalllc! Heights. Immediately beneath** l of his conn trT. beat hire thnt, to I \ OsUveston the Norfolk Cornucopia ,,
Milwaukee' the Grit.
music. Bvocy" oilier tt'"ejrrent speaking the time hauls .' the Package
1'' ,( trically \ " ..,,..U"".'. ... _._""._.."', , _____,.. I of William.port.. There 'are papers "
central ,.or.\<- was for the time clock. at gives JbeobsfrTatory.
r'' feeing,silent, the*'nobiiilsi'; 't'UaU to the others that lire on ItK -''r. with names as- Reroute, Monitor.
and :commercial business was at a and the instant that tho.ball drops duardUn and !Watcbn 4n. The town

t randstlll. for the Naval Observatory on of those clocks have their'hands 1---_._' .,'f El: Dorado in Texas, bat a paper.

Georgetown Heights wa'a giving ;the matically adjusted to the correct Bot.... that calls Itself The, Paper-PhlladeJ.jthla *. q
United States the tlrne-'of day and ev. noon. Tho.boll on the building of '"- Record.

cry other human affair was obsequiously War Stateand Navy Department l ken.down in if short time, as there' .. i

standing' aside for this allImportanti so situated that It can be seen'front' not ::. nail used In' the whole procen. American Fruit. Abroad.

_ Information. From the first tick of the the more Important parts of the ; I d ,, jl ? I house Is made of. !. pine and the t
clock 'at the observatory precisely and from this bull hundreds of l II1LN'N Is covert wl t.b.4 cheigjcaily-pre- "Germany Is finally becoming so

five .mfnutes before actual noon on the dally; set their watches. .In. Mew duck or loreHOIt'llstl'el lii":, luiltii- Qutintad with American dried fruits fi,

i erenry-flftb; meridian 80,000 clocks the ball Is again prominently "' ) of shingles.' Huth 'of these! rmifs which are gradually displacing the'

r'1' throughout" the country ewaitedcor-, on building on Hromlwny, and t waterproof and the latter/ -lit ab product of France and Italy It Is as s,
i rection. The eye of tbe reporter of the cltydn: that section gets Its time [ fireproof. The house Is made serted that the California product Is

Uveulng 8taiy who listened. to the click that ball. So again in Chicago and AJJ91.11t,3tlJ.ln: the factory and these not only cheaper than theEuropean! ,

of the Instrument, watched tho'official all'the important cities of the, are put together'ttherever the article, but that the fruit Is .more .
clock in the once a* It' ticked..-calmly; east of the Rocky Mountains, and i l I'' wlnhes.. The device Is used not solid and the flesh, hrlrtter. cue .of' a'

>;j on. By Us hands tbe timerwaj11.b6, that parallel westward the..time I I, iU, tfjill,, j, for automobile houses but for 'the Difficulties In the way of captur.lag
')*;'' but that this was Incorrect was deter given from the Mara Island for boats liumobes, ..bicycles the European market I. the long.

; mined by tbe telegraphic signals that Yard. Noon In Washington/ meant) cottnjcex..! children's playhouses' Interval between placing! orders and

were coming from-the S observatory, for o'clock standard time lu '$an oilier purposes. ''Its primary. tine, Ute receipt of the fruit. Freight shipments

the chronometers there"were'corrected cisco, and asthis' would be an \ ,Is for autouioblles. are not very prompt and aall
,v by tbe stars and dependent upon reasonable hour to dispatch the- W i. , a house can be bought f rein $T3 -purchases; paldfol'ln advance

0 such a poof timekeeper as the sun for signal I. the 'National Observatory f+ and when It I I..* considered Hint the this makes the delay very annoying ry
v their time. They were running on arranged to have the noon time ; of storing .111' automobile-.for/ It' ,

sidereal time Instead -of solar, so-the to the section west of the oo at the seashore II' about .$.fO "
Among the prise o era In the Au-
observatory :really corrected\ .Old. Sol alvlde by the branch observatory In the city( about $2.">, HO Tar as ex ( ;
e' himself rUb unblushing' nerve. San Francisco. The actual time 18 Is concerned, the new Idea Is nil gust St. Nicholas departments are

1 _"_Click>-.. lock-click clock-'click- same as that which conies from ". (l r. The tact that the liou e' two.especially Intended/ to train young

a clock:;' continued the Instrument on the ington but is scheduled according he moved' from 111al'Iu/ 'plate!. readers' powers of observation and

desk of the chief operator. longitude. Should any one wish to ,: It convenient for those who discrimination. The editor of NatUre ;-,

As the time was passing. tbe minutes nect his clock with tbe official thrlr locution frivmently, and, and Science rake HvplcU and boys c

7 ould be'count djt>y the breaks, in the It can be done by--onuection' ",' nothliiR but a few screws and bulls to send him letters:- and photographs- ;

I ticks at the end of eadfalxty.seconds wire that leads to the clock ef the used lu Its. ej-pcllnu. It Ja not s | er- or'drawings of what they find on the. "'

+' .nd st precisely, .fifty .seconds before ..scrvatory.. and these signals. may (' fixture on t the land where It Is beech In August. The Books. and ReadIng -
actual noon the sounds entirely ceased.: sent elsewliere by telegraph up. Moans are'provided!' for ven Department invites brief articles v
The, reporter 'and ,a hundred, others phone the cost being nothing and tbe'Bulill earth furnishes from Its readers on "Some Recent A
j ; watched the official, clock ac Its second than the"trifling .of 'original .. floor of the louse List ns a sum }
Books for
Young People The
w land moved jerkily'on over the face. trlcal connection-Washington Star cottnge. It can lie, rnlrPWtotheen_ '
p ef -contest, attdtf from the trainIng'
,. It bad passed he noon mark 'when one summer and the next to the
there came a. final tick from the instru Tb. pen Who dot His Ceat. I It takes almut a day to of. the contestants Is to learn

_ .; ment and the bands of the clock The young man In the crowded '! ; e s 6Lyp out a house, and about half III, what books published in the last wo

__ Jumped to XII ,as If they had been stolidly kept his seat lie was to put one up. or three :years have been enjoyed by

v napped back by invisible fingers. In. reading a paper and his keen ; - ,----- young reader.. The alas and boys

Hsu "Stantly the commercial keys were noted every shift made among A Spry FMrt...r. are requested not to name books that Rt

3 i* .opened and the hum of:the scores oft occupants of the car. u, Ned tJlKgory of Fort (Fnlrflcld: every ono knows but I those that should

_ telegraphic transmitters renewed their after selecting. at a glance tbe pret ., I III the oldest. Hum III' his part of the be better known.

*, ,'work.;The country bad been once more of the' standing'women gave Ills lie celebrated his; ninety-ninth $

put 011 the right track and every clock' to her and received; a watery smile )' on the -JtU: of Slay, and the TITS rminentlyonredNoItsornervous.

'on the circuit set by the observatory thanks.. Another mau., nve ,his sent .\. took the form of planting ness after tint day's use of Dr. Kline's Onat
r, The method employed this work I. a..tout woman wbo was tbreatl'lIl I : PORTRAIT OF SIR_ THOMAS I acre of potatoes which acre be NrvBc.tor'r.tnrial! bottle>ndtn.t1sanM "
Dr. B. H. ItLIIII,Ltd., "8I Arcb Bt.,l'bUa.'ISom. \
t ? interesting and little known to the general at every! moment to fall Into his I .' of brush lust__ wlnujr. -- _
public. All that most people know But the young man remained \ here with their the some time to men. idea of a friend i* some o:..,
I' was phenomenal; thou for his la Wrltlnc: .A...." i they can go to for favors.
+ ''about It Is that at noon 'signal is sent by the seesawing of the -
_I p from tbe observatory and balls ,all over women. ,1 elentIT. howejer,..the that of Sir his friends and "- Is a good Idea remarks a man Asa Tear Dealer For AU..*. FooUKi.. "
the country drop proclaiming the hour stopped to take on another p8l whose famous oat him ,,'lIbtOIlU) experience, "to assume. that people A powder to .b.kelot" yourthSmi; ....tatll.* 7

_)'z They, do not understand tbe means that An elderly woman appeared at tbe Is supposed he nothing atom your business and feet. Cures Corns Bunions Kiroolleo. 1'01'0.
'sxre employed to achieve that end B1all looking timidly In through the to one of the rich In his endeavor to good! you sell und thnt It (Is your Hot Callow lnnN il..Aohlnir Allan's;Hw Foot-E"atln_
with'the from a worker having failedto lift and -privilege to cnllgli.ten( them . '
arrangement .Western "Mother" was written all over 01' tight shoe .u,. At all drue Union Telegraph Company the NavalObservatory From the plain black: bonnet tied of South Carolina A few figures : ,these points,- : ,....-- ahcx stoAa 35 .."nt.. T am pie mailed tra.. ..
such Aildreis Allen H. Olroitod LeRoy, M. TfT-
rt ; has connected'-Its chro- her chin to the loose. comfortable .1'r of the pastime In : A Motor Toqn.
_ mometer. with tbe 'wires of-: the-trfe7crapb on"her"feeu:; 'To*kindly-light left ,Joha8tolle In.. Indulging so ,....!! motor sketched Is a The ve. .etarian dorsnt have to bother '. .
years bytbls .about making both end meet. -' '
; company noon every day peaceful. wojl-spent) years dwelt In has made huge terest: clever Invention of English de '1
J+ .Announces the time to (lie country eyes. bo"vastly benefited, lie estimated, the It is n soft mounted trlcorue Hew TMav :
r. ;Tdpcka that are corrected' thus are con. The young man aw'her at tbe ] ; and other great fort to.get the Cup )(>, extremely becoming to all faces, We offer On. Hundred Doltan Reward for t
"*ncted by wire 'with the observatory Not an Instant did he pause but good provisions at That, however charming either for town or coun say Hall's oa Catarrh.of Catarrh Cure that oannot' be.eared by I
': ,,. an'electro: and offered! his seat She protested
/: and are adjusted by -magaet be "pa1d to. Count drlvlint.-! --Tuellttle "weather.cur-. F.'IoCe.lUll' 1 la,., Toledo O. '
'which sets the bands when 'they are did not wish'to deprive blm;,then I a great deal nbout the fine yacht a I the back Is a dexteroueaddl't - We.tbenndenifrned.bavaknownP'. .7.Ch..
::->ssrt 'of the 'way; The,, signals begin-at car Jolted her and she 'w ulit nay for. the last IVyeara and believe htm per

';' \ W minutes before 'noon a 6d 'continue Fallen h d"h -l t-.uJlPortl.'l1?her, I ud leelly BaaJielally honorable able la all to builu carry out i tran.any a"UoDIfi obllga

C' 'for five minutes. This length of'time the vacant place. .Tbe' sallantry', ions made by their firm

!i beforehand enables people-every where ieartlnessof, this,act 'gave a glow W&n'l&TauAII.WboluaJ.DI'1lrrllltlToJed&: : : .
s -cast if ,the Rocky Mountains to.'get her features that did notleave '- Ohio.WALmaeKrxlsaatMaanrywholeateDrat.. -6' ,

V trea4!)for the flaa)-signal. West of that for blocks. : KliU. Toledo OUI/ -. .

point,the time Is glven'by the observatory When the young map got off Hall'sOatarrb. Curie. taken Internally.aot-
n at Mare Island Navy. Yard. San car every woman In it looked after lug ,directly upon tbe blood and *
"FraD' lsco. ,The electric connections of admiringly.-JCew York Prellt.LI.s. !'rlco.711o. per bottle.Teatlmontal.antfr.Hold> by nil Druggists.H .
the clocks are so arranged as to.omlt ti- '' all's family. l'Ulllar. the beat.

'-certain"seconds'at the ends of 'the nev .. : p4J', 'Sy q AM1 VkM ,1 Ywh The dyer may be far from being a dead
, ++eel! mlntites' 'and Just before tbe close Some of the moat'curloue of our one
nr>fthelast minute ten seconds arc tiles are to be found among the ... '!
u. Wwlo's
emitted' then comea,. thlt- -final click One of the best known is the BO-c teetnlng..ofteatbe 800tb1DgiTN jrunu,reduaei: p ror"lnflamm blldr04.. '
+! ;Which: announce' noon. 'horned' toad," which is common 'la Uontdlay.planouroxwind eoUo.aac bottle '
.X.Sidereal: time by whichthe!! chro- arid regions throughout, the West. Even the umbrella manufacturermakes.
''oometers, at the observatory set. kept a number of tbe little fellows "ilyt ri ykk iyYfyu+)J\ ,;dv't;+ tw '" Ai; ,uy@a hay. while the sun ihinra.cannot '

-"J1 Jsr taken 'at night by observations of captivity last summer and they l> 'IAPUDINE
'.' '* !abe fijced stars... and lit- mare nearly'ae- so tame that they'would take acts Flso'sCure be too highly tpoknnot ....
ss a cough cure.-J, W. O'Daisir, 823: Third )
L-;:f.nTfltc 'diali. son ;tlme';for the reason flies from my lingers. I Avenue.N., Minneapolis Minn.,Jan. 0, 1'JOO.\
;that :.the* atari ire '.0,. nauch farther Another remarkable reptile Is the ; ti tia
,I so-called y.M Jt Fame U only lasting after. a malt 4s dead.
/nwaysfrom. the earth thane le the, sun less lizardthe, glass-snake
; V\ii hat astronomical_,calculations are Jol -.nakt", which quite_
r more nearly accurate :There Is always1n he woods 'of the Sootb. It this Features of Alnsles's. for. August.An .

.tra tlonl of a ,second variation be- ture is bItVlth .a... stick! the Than Unwilling Gu'es't (novel\), by William
'tween the two times and the sun Is ac. are that It will break up into a tigmb IAA GordOD'I:' rex" Lady .Molly Cal-

,-tnaIiy set correctly on Ita course by the of fragments, In a.manner: very : verly (short story), by H. Marriott.
_ 'tar' time. That Is, allowance is made prising to "whowitnesses the Watson -An. Absent-Mlnded Love Affair 1

pf u/ov4b-defectlon: : and Inasmuch as-the foe the first tlme-,r+.**-*'matter of f l "(short story), by Emery Pottle. '

.clock\:at the observatory. from which the fragments which 'come. off, The Shield of Privilege short story,

,[the time is sent out over the country postanal-that is, they are really ( _. by Frederick Trovor Hill. The Mores

1. seldom out of the way more than of the tall-so that the,reptile.does > : of Habit (short story), by E. Nesblt.

3-100 of a second, It U a simple matter perish.ns. a result of Its'.brlttleness." ; I, On the Girls that logo Left Us (.... +
.to the astronomers there to ,correct It The 'much-talked-of Olin monster f
Iuy), by Frank S. Arnett. Tho Land
before the signalsbiglna-a task which an orange-and-black lltard, found in
1, of Regrets (short John Oliver )
story) by
1' Is daily, performed by the' official In louthwe.t rn'Jlftrt of the United
', charge of that department When the Its bite is venomous and Hobbes. The Home of Anita ,A,,

"1>all drops at noon (twill be found'perfectly dangerous.rWoman's, Homo -- (short ltor-bf-iu) Chamberlain, :t

; safe ,to jet your,watches by It, pan Iou. , A Frlepd of Princes (short story, by
electrical'transmission IS practical- < : Charles Befmont Davis. In Perfume a
'Loa't AT ERIM Land
; b'lnft.ntaneou. the time.; balls In The Ch..I.Amon -.. ; I ((0.1&1), by Sidney Allan. QI'Tom
,' -'-"Washington? New York and >Chicagodropping 11Ie"ot'C Inmates at the Tulk (short story). by 'Norm.-n
"; '' { so.'evenly .jtbst ''they are all Ism, the most conspicuous wasa, Duncan. -
.' moving down; their.respective poles atthe'sofa'time'and haired-man, who sat'by 'the .; way of young-men! the Aegusa and which Is now known lion and when not required forms! a I Other contributors: Herman K,
:, : hlt.thelr'bftI8lIeu drumming bis fingers" excitedly on those young men ns 'the Erin. Thin wouldleave his. portion of the fCllIl'| nod Is fnstened Vtele S. E. Klser. Ifarold MacQratrf.':
the ground at the actual racing expenses in 1&K at $400- .
t A tharisf: second,.,. ffterrtbey'have; been window'What; sill as the!if playing.cause'of a piano.his l Sir Thomas Is a 000. It Is probable that the cost of Charles Hanson Towne, Bayard ..Cell- e
lf'ttrcaJ17..leaaed. was her Katherine M: Roof Francis Ur't
tion?" I asked the "His depends on the tbe second races to him was u little
ft! The"exact method.of.trauml.e1on Isca' keeper. { ingston. tl
peculiar was the He over that figure but still within( $:jO().' ,
'" e connecting of a,wire case anll'lll.'l'r. 'work twenty-five 000. In other words including the 160 pp. One Novel and 23 Clever
'. with the time-Mack at'toe observatory lei;a "Gei-mau musician lie was Stories .
Essays and Poems.
When, sum of $300,000 or thereabouts for
'Tnfe wlre-'Jeads to.th4rtruak.lloe of the Hackensfjcfc;) once :'playlug the'
f as a Joint stock the' purl'llftleand refitting of tho I rID.
Mosquitoes'were thick
telegraph Company, .1I4'.t the first .tick ; IIJgot) :. ; :
to take a little the total cost to the challenger lu the
his ninnlc sheetand he .
'-o%;.tIJe Instrument: at fire: minutes ,.beIf t
hours to
working last two series of races'was somewhereIn
the mosquitoes: notes.
: ore'' {Try office1 in the country played '
I iuas roof to ceasif all regular Business banqoaJes-jeiultliig: were more up yachting with, the neighborhood or. $1,300.01)0. !
'and give the llnetoverito tliemore Important fur than'any he bad ever beard that be ran' his But tbe 'cost of the Erin Is not of I
a lie beenme enraptured,- Is why .he tins pro- course a legitimate'factor In (he ostl- 4 .
h' wurk'ia band.:, The clock then '' i.lon bn the Amer niate 'of the actual racing: expenses. CURES'Sick'Headache
1 qultoes flew, a way-and'a
bas et eVeryKnlag ita own way.and every e dwr
was Impossible.Ever /since Tie .Imply Probably these lost for both series AND DI2ZINI: :... :
wing'of Us pendulum'Is announced to he Is beoten.\ were about $&;0,00. p1 asses M..ii>rii..t bas been decking for' the ('() .
the country by:the ticks of tbe attached : a :"P: o

> lie. Leaving
'' -Irhsl( "blood.. the yacht proper and comingto
but can't find it. It :was the
all businessy
"ctoclcs.-: the time being
... For chord-"VjrNewiYork Tlmes.i ..always well the collateral expenses, there Is as
'"'tl 'wire''lJ the tTalte'd'$tatea' ig.ata. ' .' ; ", ..: always unas the largest Item the cost of runningthe ABUNDANTWATER
the'.leof the '
.tandstllLv.An order.f
'XllUaas >B'Bl* $torud was a wage- steam yacht Erin for sqy.: the two
;f' StandardOI1 Company for.2 could not ," *. was.,. flfteeu months she actually is .in service in
": ,besent inrlng tnoso'fly/minutes, byhe.llneairof'the ,.About $30,000,000 Js the'estimate ( for America to seek connection(! with. tho races., This wag be [ and plenty tg
We.tera"Union for recent Investment :of, fixed capital .
: : .
.# ; capital'with"which estimated by a man.familiar with the .idown"oa Ot OSOQCV m.acJebyus-''
.what area 'I..", '.bon4tet' '1DlUleq''of the form of building nod plant for 'wss.$500. .lent to subject at $30ooo .a monthGO.ono in ;to."fhBrcro\ya" ;;; neat ut.1 .SUPPLY, ing our Well AUcolfteryfLOOMfS '

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A : SWD'AYAN age li committed.' "Son. 'glv. me thin '
heart. "No' :rOil aay, you cannot have SENATOR CAROLINA ,
,I'' it; it la mine. '-'I am going to- keep rty- ru-s. IB the bl."" morn0 tile JImorn.. : :'Jji .; '' :i, ,, .
heartto myself. j wa reminded ar 1 Beneath a Ban-filled sky.On.
ELOQUENT DISCOURSE ENTITLED came down from 'Binghautton through the .'
V "TpEJOY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE.: "!' mountains on Saturday I love those Recommends Pe-ru-na, I met a HUle Love. _= ._.. V V ..l"alr
.. mountain (I have been hungry" out IDa When all th.clouds"wer. hIgh; ,

. '.. ... the Western plain to ... a .lull. You .J For.Dyspepsia and SFomach Trouble' A Uttle LOT*. a 'wistful Love .
Tie. X... Dr. GmmTsm'f*. Atlanta ?.)1. of.Jtbe would be surprised. to see what tlieycall a .
Spiritual Vpllfilaa 'Whloh AMd e hill out there. Why; an Irishman with a I-would not hare-him gfyVI ; had a very severe sickness

With. Thoce''fbo.lit;O...tntly WithNlwYoBKCrrr. wheelbarroweould buiM a bigger mountain ,. loosed hI. hands, and kissed his' ,, took olf all pay .....1'. I p.r-
in a day than-nome of those mountains).,' a "' of. .Ay.r's Halp
ill Chr" .. Catarrh Is him fly
kodPl.a.ur. 1ufl.rIt. of the Stomich Gsnerally "W'J
I IfcoVed over those mountains and remembertd :" a4'ft br'uegbt.II' 1f.;-my hair
.. : .-When n .Jh! (: o.D. an experience some year-ago in the Called Dyspepsia-Somsthlnp V v sIn : ,al ln." ...
d.m., the new pastor of the First &.P- Adirondaok We started VOU(- early one the warm noon.'the sweet, V r;. D. QWoa. .reWhII1i III.
tiat Church Lee avenue and Keep street, morning to climb a mountain.. The valley 4 to Pro /c8 Artificial Digestion ,When all the air was cold -
preached-* first sermon as pastor of the w.., lull of light, and CS- we looked back ? % :
church he selected for 'hi* text Hebrews from the. top of one of the' foothill in the '' is Generally Taken. Oh, I met a fair great Love. thing is certain
xiij 1 and 2: "Therefore, let u* also, seeing valley .t our feet the beautiful verdureseemed With merl'7'Xeo. and bold; ,- V
w*. are compassed about with so greaf a to throwback the beauties of the Hair Vigor makes
So wise
: 'an .
Hence Pa creatin Hostof so strong! so
Pepsin a
cloud of witnesses, lay aside every weight sdnlight. Then we entered a fog, wherewe : '
and the sin which I. admired by many aud could' not ... more than five or six feet Other Digestive Remadies: Too high for my:.e.late..._ hair grow, Tills f Is

jet -us run with patience the racethat is away Where was the beauty gone? Our He loosed mr hands, and kissed ::; ? f
set before us, looking.unto Jesus, the author attention became riveted, upon our effort Hive Been Invented. I UpI. --- > is a
and perfocter of our faith; who for to climb out of the fog Presently we hc .hair and'the..
4- ,he joy that was before Him endured the emerged from it and were on the mountaintop. Not And left m. desolate. V '
croaa, despised the shame and hath Sat .)fy, what 'a scene 1,. There Jay the These Rem dfes( Do' Reich the grows, that's'all here-
down at the right hand of the throne ofUod" valley at our feet, like an extensive: world; In the '
Seat of the ;Which deep rtbe 'cold"Dlaht.. It., It
.(N..V.). and saidf. towns river and raalvayt.he great Valley Difficulty 'stops fatting
V A very casual observer could' easi ,t teli of the Mohawk. True, it was nearly is Realty Catarrh. who comes through; -'Wlnd and tLc hair too and 'al
that many V the Christian service which had. That like the Christian color
they once waa experience. Is restores to
It takt no scholar, nor, indeed critic of When you came' to the neat that o>y you :E x. V. B. Senator. M. C. But er, .from at my' sUe again. '.
Christian life or human .1Ivlnl to ,ieetfatmany. were on the foothill. You forgot all because South.Carolina, ....Senator fron) tHaf' And he hatf! Warmed my hands hufr.V

who-.on. day rejoiced with "un- Je.u. .wn. everything and you aw 8uU for two term. In a recent letter to his IMS. a ....*. An *faIa, k1 V'
.neskable $joy" In the serviceof Jesus the little 'landscape. You thought, "The', ThePerupa.Medicine Co;, from, Washing V '
Christ, are t..- .y indifferent.- Indeed! we Christian life is beautiful. 1 anr full of ton, D.C., ")'.1 -- " And.ltlssed: my: wet eye dry. draegtst cannot supply yes.
ourselves find some times, when tp_come to joy." .Aad. .. few week paaaed and youisaid "1 ca.. recotnwiend ..l'W_,.. /"ordy >, Oh strange that be should comforjt! one dollar, ant we will express
? the house of God ia a burden, and we drag -, "But to live a. a CaUirtiau' i* not so t l.- **{ ." and-..._ct* (ro 6e. I For thaL- reat Love son by. bottl. Be soreaad. jive the n-.-
a weary body or reluctant soul into the #asy}-IoBot) see the joy. The little valr.1.Ie -John .emnetexrrc-.aeree. Address
l.I hav b.0n wtlnff-vour ..ediotno for : Wlawood. In August -V J.C.AYEflC.LoweUasaV ..
presence'.of: the Almighty and try to worship )', where is it? What a tremendous -
Him in the "liajUy of holiness.'" We thing it i i. to be climbing up to Uod." And l.I.I __ alwrlper'od anuS te>ei very _H M-' "Set;; -

find again and again if we should follow the cloud settles and you get to be selhsht* relieved it it nole0d wonder/w .'. ItlptosTsbulesare: (

the inclination of our hearta and minds But if you persevered and climbed ujv. I.I j'I. nt.44c that ire ahould stay at home But those ward you have come to the-.mauntain.peak: ; WILLING TO-COMH BACK. the' be.t'elr.pep.ia: ,
..V V are new experience comparatively. Once Experentemtd you feel that, all your' I.L:I C. Bu.U_. "' Mrs. Hauskeep-Suppose F medlctu'e ever msdevA :
w* could give-op any pleasure for ar. hour powers and love ought to be settled on, The only rational'way to cure dyspepsia \ what hundred ''millions V
with Uod, and when to have teen in His: one effort to climb still further and -further .'J la to remove the catarrh. Peruna cure catarrh give you a nice dinner to-day
presence and feel that He w.'bearing us; in the vision of the Kternal. T wen- __ Peruna doe not produce artificial turn would you make, of them ,have been
to enjoy the touch of kindred spirits; to der if some of us are not still in the cloud, I.k _ (________ digestion. It cures catarrh and leaven-the UunCJ'r"Hlnlne-WeU." ma'am. sold la tho':United V
have enjoyed the song and the prayer and i because we have lost the joy of aervice. stomach to perform digestion in a natural cookln' I'd return Just States In a 'single
V the service, put of Uod' heart wpuld\>> have Suffering ia only incident to service way. This i* vastly better and safer than I liked yer : ,
been better to us than riches. and more am perfectly aware, when I ask you to enter resorting to artificial method.. ofttttt as.I ''could ma'am.- year. Ever ; Illness '
precious than tine gold But that is gone. with- greater-real in the service of lcd Jferuna kM cured nor .\UN of dyipep- Press. V a disordered stomach Is' f
We find ourselves sometimes coming-be that-I-am tasking you to suffer ,You'will.' ala than all other remedies combined simply or eared by' their us. S.
cause we think we ought.; doing this or not be killed, or asked to move out of the becauae, it cure catarrh wherever-l .'
that service because it i* customary; enter. United States or persecuted because you : Kx-8enat. r JHC.. Boiler. cated. If catarrh i* Jocated,in the head HIS TALENT. <<: I. It that diseases'originate!
ing into> this. form or that because it 4.Vt a are'a Chriatian but you will have to .uf. ... -iLiflJl.ntIItxIf V Peruna cure it. If catarrb has 'faetene4itself stomach It may be safely as
- habit to-do so, and in the saner luomenta fer, and when you Buffer you will begin to 'j 'r '. in..the...throat or bronchial tubes Pe- "John Henry, I'll-thrash yon there, Is BO condition of III,
of our conscience we come sometimes to enjoy. No man laugh .0''heartily .. the I you do not derive prompt' and satisfactory runa cure it. When catarrh become* settled ly If I-ever catch you telling s."I' '
say: "\Vhy i* this .0-" Ha led changed? man wbo.weeps roost bitterly I /No laughter I result from the use of Peruna. write in the stomach Peruna .cu...., it, a. story that Isn't true,". t 'Will not be _benefited or ..
Ha the power of the old gospel to alleviate rings so in heaven as that Which conies i at once to Dr. Hartman, giving full statement well in this location a* in any other; ''the occasional use of RlpansV
human life of its bruden and sufferings through the tear down here. suffering of your case and he will be pleased to V Peruna ia not aimply a. remedy for dys. V "And yet, ma, I heard ,:you say Physicians-know them ,and

gone? Is there lea of power and elH- I mean you will be asked (0 endure the I give you his valuable advice gratis.. -1'[ pepsia. ..Peruna iILa.catarrh remed,. Peruna the minister that I had great of them. All druggists
racy in .the saving grace .of Jesus Christ ero... Jeans endured the\ now than once? After all-is God's service right here let tne *ay that 'suffering is not I Hartman Sanitarium.! Columbus. Ohio. dependent upon. catarrh, "V ., The five-cent package .. 'c"'

really and truly: at bottom nothing but a servc Some one says: ""Bee here, do yoq V. ._, .-- -- -T""A .: J;* ..,-- ..--VV-------.V-- .._ ----.-.--._V- an ordinary: .
drudgery?' Or, has something taken place mean to say that when I suffer for Jesu I' TUB TOUCH.. j jI } ,STUART'SGIN; ,. Bottle sixty cents, with us? Uav. -w..1eft.behind something Christ that i i. not service" That i* exactly sweet book!" she exclaimed. "Not V TWO OF THEM.. FREE 'supply for "
a yenr.One'
that w* once moment lied of and exultant have we.pirit passed when beyond in the tire what in your r mean pain to but say. if God your hue aervice no plea-for I.I a touch of materialism In It!" > j'i'iI "You don't seem' to llke-Caampley .nd: 'glrea -relief within. twenty '.,

""presence of Jesus our heart bounded with Him demand it, and :you 'bear it heroic.' I opened.the) volume."On the first tea! lAId Tawker "What.sort of a .fellow, 2'0 all whonfrerorto. : the Honda of UI. .C ',
the jcy of a-lie*'faith 'and the experienceof ally, II. baa pleasure'in'the' attitude of 1 fread: ., 'I. her( '* wlab .nfte,with W0*'. Liver Hsart,. ... V -' V
a.h'aUori'V.II, we are perfectly sure your life. Jesus Christ endured' the cross. "' t "He's the sort of fellow* replied 4>r Blood Dlaeaes,a sample soul. of .'... I
Uod has WhyBecause it incident the '1.110. .1 pin and Buebu.h.great southern Sidney y '&CO.
not cb.naed.Ve're perfectlysure was to workof ..
I Invariably Liver Madl .n., will ,
said rh be
/) seal
Jesus ia "the same yesterday to-day raving this race. Somebody "will call "Ha! I thought,, but nothing I Krankley prompUy> eo.t. this ysper Sb.olutely Addeese free. ,

and forever." We have not a doubt that me heretic, but I am not. I believe and would ,not for, the world 'shatter 107 calls a 'man' a 'fellow'"-.PhiladelphiaPress. oOC' ci..Atl..i.,/ .. |, F.ri7thSUitints Gfc t ,
the old gospel will Mv men to-day, and you believe that Jesus wheat we come to think of it after all i. world to save this r..... I believe and you .! V ATLANTA COLLEGEV
notthe, matter of being saved a subject of believe that without Christ there i. no sal .
just as much joy in the_twentieth century vation. The key note of all my ministry COMPELLED TO USE A CIUTCB VO* EIQI1T MONTHS. DO API'S kiDNEY' TILLS '
a* in the first century?, 11... there been shall ever be that Jesus i. the di..IR.Son.( I CUBED MBS. r. CONLIN. CAkBOIMOALE.. fA.Kra. Physicians and
any change HI the attitude of the gospel?' of Uod. If lie i i. not divine let UK stop our P. Oonlla 01 fliwn- -' -.--. -V was soon'able to walk. AUM .
We bound to confess there has been preaching: sell our and bn infidel D>U ATcaua. 6artaowlal&r- V -
are property .. : end of two weeks the Finest laboratories. In the .
non.. and if that is true then the trouble .. If Jesus i* a mere man let u* all quit j I I'a.\save I 1 suffered wllh"a wins In my loins left Wisebasdhe. ,- 'murmnU&tit nnsnrpasssd. South.. 0' CII'n...
is with us. Somewhere! we have lost. something i business. I may: be an old fogy but aa .d. despite the I bad completed the treat" protestors and twenty-five Faculty_I."' ''. 1"'
and I am looking into fares this long a. this tongue lireacbe. the gospel ret usa rid of medkithes of It. I..pelUd, I could not IQdn _.. to I bad DOS aa mrb*. not Rsaaable. Write far eatalogue.
raID. and 1. have been la
morning that know better than I do, in I Jesus' Christ will be Christ in lo c es et erwlcaor tight that-&Itiou......__ W. ."EN ORICK, Dean.Atlavata, .
their experience that that something i. my message. 1M I mean that Jesus came moiUAa and a part of the Pills, *& lo 4 ....._.
: the priceless treasure of Christian hope. to lit* cross by.accident?' Not at all He '.jne was unable to walk at so aas.a. The j. L *;
Now to get that back. When I waa.a saw the cross standing at the end of Hi. I all. I fairly screamed If I .ww.' vs.. Aching backs. are eased ( %. Boilers. V
L bov-I wept when 6rat I saw the wrinkle mission and for the joy that was set be : att.m the r>ted floor to lift my feet; _ _ _ _ _ Blp 1 baCk. anoT loiq of palM the ",
from and. overcome. Swelling
anally. ;
coming mother' face. I wanted fore Him endured and came to this j
on niy cave 1 loot control of limb limb and drepsy algmvanish.
her to remain always young. and there are rare, and Ibat' meant the bearing ota cross through w ak nnss,my a*I oould tAM C_. Z . /' For Prickly Heat. Saw: Mills V.
t thousands of Christian heart sonic represented .- and lie bore it. But the real mission'w. neither bend nor etraighisu Ther eonxit! nrlna With ,01_........,;
: here ddubtlexs. .have wept at the saving of the race, not the bearing of lip to my. full height, and It r.. O.-_ brick dust sediment. high Coelllp.".... KINDS .OF MACHINERY "
the losa'of their is the eross. Hi mission to 'ever...omaaw..Ia.tMI'tou. colored, pain-." passtng. -
Christisn was "
experience "God loved save men condition, I...... My finsTATC_I dribbling fraquencr. bedWeUlng. V "lrii.otij41ldreta ..... lint Vmrrttd loa *to JrrImtUMDIATXtMpmmnt. "
dead the
;joy i. !gone. OLwhat would we give so that He cave his .' "DO ii'.XldDe'I'UI. .
V band wont to KeD, drug: Far frw trial .;... man tfcV aonpnsi MPoitaBllMni ,, ..--.. I .*- .> V
to get it backl I am persuaded that we only" begotten Son that whonover believeth store and brought bom ai ta.....&10. N. Y. If atton ramov* calculi sad graveL ..ysMtoaa Hues ISM. Tfc Ttvt C*..Hew .
would give> great deal to get it back but in Him might not -periali' but have everI I box of DOM'S PUlL ,I. f..lcfsler __i. Issemuiest........_as unse .Relieve beset palpitation. .* .. i rto.. sad Beet Taraas,
I am more thoroughly persuaded that the lasting When the cross stood in the | IB a few days, and -0IIIp. aieepleesoe.e. hadaeai -: ?
way to get it back is to get into' the attitude way: of the ''perfection of salvation Jesus oominaUut the UMUnsnt I cefvuume.r cu.u- V ua for-catnlocus/pric**, .
: of life,that makes it constant. The endured it divinely, heroically and unflinch V Oropsy[ ii ) buying, ",;'
--. best thing f r tit to get back the experience of year* ago. but to get into the incident to service/and when I caU )"OU.tq
' attitude of life that make that experience. serve God yon will I bare, your cro... The i I 11 s to '
V perenniaL men. you work with, will say you are too I V 'tlo.: a iwrmaaMt:: -
much of a crank and fanatic. 'It will -V day.. Trial '
I am going, therefore to discuss the a hurt J I -
sources of joy. The thing that moat lie nnd pain and go deep, and you will flinch.: ] gives Writ ifm.JMahlntt P.'.N.H.' !*> .. ..'.Universal< l.....,I.ayieI.eti
behind. that experience1 and the first thing ,Sometimes" you will try 'to apologia for --.,'-_ ., .. Bn B rMnM AUaala. ....... $ ... the 11_
being a crank and fanatic. and will -- Vsrtabl read Works are un, ..-
that confront. the.Christian in the matter you .
relied for jioouaaor, smnjcivv. VCBAI,'. -
ii duty. We do not like that word thank.God there ill something you can en-" I ITT AVD aces ororiaiTinn. Wriu for I reV
""ty. We aasociate. with 'he word duty lure. It i* part of aervice and behind thesuffering descriptive circular.. ManuraNd 1It"IV
sacrifice, and are- surprised when we ndthet cornea a joy, deep.and profound AAMCM: IJtON wOltaa. __" ...
it i* in itself a tetm-of freedom. when you are true. Ye, you- will have -L.-
When I to want to do all/ame./ to bear, too. Two or three )young" .
say you,1 you .
ladiea where I have been 7NCH&S'f&ilTAKE ..-aiva> tna> ne.m of tHM ......
? holding V
talk meetings
your duty: _you say "Don't to me ( writing to lv.rU .r.- lately and have
acid "I
about duty; I don t like. that word. That baptiring aome : do
largely because the word baa coma to yon not )like to think of getting up before all DOWN REPEATING SHOTGUNS
to mean -rn.tter-of'bonda.erWb.n-- those people and being baptized" I won-' ( -
ality it ought to mean a matter of /roeilom.Why iler if' we are going into the joy of rUl6I1ina-r A Winchester Take-Down Repeating Shotgun, with
it 'wa* duty .ehind the text: "Let ua, Uod a command.--W we are we .1en a strong shooting, full choked barrel ,suitable> for1 WITH NERVES. -UNS RUNG. .AND EAPS... -
, nome endured.
therefore, seeing weere compassed about duck end
r trap or shooting, an Interchangeable
with so great: a cloud of witnease lay'ideevery Let me tell you If you had administered C 'modified choke or cylinder bore barrel for Held shoot V ACHE
baptism and you "saw as a minister ares'fyi
weight and the ain which ii admired
the face of the believer buried lug Uttt at only"$42.00.' Deslers sell.then for
out of sight
bv many (or so delight in-some special sin j.
V of the age. I suppose) and let us run with and raised to resurrection! : of n_wncs. of ..... "This makes a serviceable all round ran within. WISE WOMEN .
patience the race that, is set before Us, life--if you raw what he see just once you reach of 'everybody's pocket book Winchester : r
looking unto Jeau the author and perfect- would drop your quibbling now. Shame onin I Shotguns outshoot and outlast tbe'most expensive V
er.of faith who for-the that wad if we cannot bear in the twentieth eraturv double '
our joy barrel guns and are Just,as reliable besides.WUtOISSTBX BROMO SELTZER
? set before Him endured the front, de- light of Chriitian. truth all that following -
mited the shame, and hath ant down at. the : Jesus demand of u.. A writer-in \ tBPBATINQ AmMm CO, NEW HAVBH COM.mi J .. ,
right hand of the, throne of God." That the British Weekly. in an article entitled SJ
i* duly. In the light with which Jetn de- "Beating to Windward," aays tailing V TAKE
V epiaed the cross we ought not to atop and against the wind by steam power wa. opposing Great East stnd 'WestL.liio .
reason about duty. I want you to notice one force to another, and was simply ACROSS J I
that duty i* an ethical term not a legal. a matter victory for the strongerrce. the entire \\mw\\lOUl81ANA V TRIAL BOTTLE. 10 CEJVTS, .
but to'aail to windward :;- ,
' U'hen ia a kind of doctrine abroad to-day > in a sailing sIaaso.or V k << :<" V
which i. railed the ethical ...!illiou. Id.... I vessel wa a matter pf skill (or' here+, ,f' V. ,
do not mean that at. all. Duty i I. ethicaJ. "forces" that oppo.e are not opposed but "-
not legal' ; Duty reaide In the recesses of uoe t. Brethren! we mll/lt./ "be.t to wind- }. . .a . .
a m.n. character not in the external leg- ward." Christian living; thai meet with no V V
islation concerning him. I am a moral opposition i I. not Christian living at all. 'If I ,
being therefore I ought A dog or a you are beating,to windward for.Jeaus this / T ttletrT F male
ho..... can never be called upon Iwcanne of world will oppose you.. It ir a matter of I I V LM; J i Co1Iej e
oughtnes- they are not moral being. They skill thm,'to take the opposing force.of i
ire within the restriction of a master and I suffering and ain and use them to advance
\ht i it legal. There i i. something in man your life in the kingdom of heaven. When '
I begin to sacrifice I begin to lie- I 'Ona of the iicbools .
that i* oughtnoea. 1 ought thereforeI enjoy. 'most prosperous Iii the Sooth, --wltb'a Mfli
must." Because I am a moral being I loved, if you would ha..e the'i'o)' of Christian I AN(1PICIALUDMUL. V ... Standard scbolsrshlp.toCated at a very popular.Summer'. Re.**tv

onght. therefore duty i I. ethical. Many a Christian service you must . heart of I j II *i Intsrad aUanllnMs la tile ky , aDd wiSh a large patrons from ,live states extecMlag from New
V- man fulfills the law and break every possible sacrifice | o TVOCBI.S TO AHsWsn essTioirs. to _'. ssaliti mnV vtcouInflstumaUon -IV Jersey to Florida-an Institution that I* doing great work., V 'i:

keeping moral the letter duty. of The the saloonkeeper law but he i i**, The Lest 8.1>batla. I t I flhrty-flve.inIlP.Dallas. Writs for Shortest new book Root on 8hraTport Te sa-rasa.E. to. Bnnimi. ..._. I Wsi.will take limited number of pupils. Including' ; V

doing ; immoral thing. It i i. not, matter When that last Sabbath oomcs-the Sabbath P. TPRNKR.Qax F aea. AgU Pallas.Ti.... Oaianh ssaaot sxlat witS It. Full Tuition '
an a V Board .and Literary for
of all creation-the heart wearied r.. used .. at easiest mmmim .. asovelau.a 4 .. $53:90: ,
of: legality or politics but of moral ought
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sad '
with it* tumultuous beatings shall; have per term oo conditions mad known on application '1
heat Until that moral oughtness is.obeyed V ....flsg pews_ It allla aU lssss* _

V I am in oughtne bondage,I but am when free.I I obey paesedV themor.l shell enjoy the soul peace., fevered.. The sun with of it.the anxieties Sabbath., our' Liver- la llsals IMS Inasmnvule tzmJmmmat 0(fsmsl mid-sums ilia Iii--aU Ia..IsmlocliU.-"'lls ihsrs .. # REV. i. .41. "ODeSt :A., n.,.,p'/.. UUIeton.' -r4V.c., '

through( a treat: aewiiig machine work. in will never set or hide ita splendors in. a "., Vasal Ostanh.Con ,., w.k,. ,.W', 'W' :or: ,., "'wVw.'e." ' 'V' W'
Belvidere, Ihl.\ and sawthu machine called cloud. The flower that the ,automatic screw. The ordinary ma- never fad.. Our earthly Sabbath are regular? ? If Cores So..*t'bNa&Ion Mooin sad_E,.. V -
chin kne"" more \han a lot of mea' :JAcncan't but dim reflections of the heavenly -Sabliath good A*a leaSh p-.wma. a.th_ eqeals St.iteniovee "
4 do a thing a. you tell them to. You -c. t-doWD- Jpon-the- arth-dimmed- not; remember Ayers: Pills. tmnmt Hantona the Ommt mmm wkttsaa i -V $Es'rFNTKENWEL1'
set a man on a job of work and h. will bythe transit of their'Tay from so greata Ibetsethi.askeeubad__sesetead sgnasbiaThsssadesCSs5fesefras -
change the way of doing it just a. lure ci height and ao distant a world. The fairest The kind you have known all sasthatt -
he livea -that 5 I., if he i I. an American.-. It landscapes, or combination of scenery .eI___... .......-... V '
he ii a Chinaman or a Russian he won't. upon earth, are but the outskirts of the your life. - 0vsr..__...-_ w.hoes V'S t._ ... : :
That I. why corporation hire that kind of paradise of God fore-earnests and intimation the. .ve1 .5..I.Do....lie sore. : ,
loan. because he will do no more nor lea of that which lieu beyond them, and Want your moustache or beard Ti preseaii this_will ..u a..trtat..-.. y
than he i* told. But you tell an American the happieat-Sabbath-heart, whoso very With boot..acaruietteos assessiNg Ii..i Ibis
to da a thing precisely'in a-certain, way; I'nlael. a Sabbath bell; hears but a very inadequate Ja beautiful brown or rkh black? Us.JUCKINGHAM'S is SOS a hay SKSI pi*.bet nsack to SMIVUM aaqrsm..AS .
he won't do i it; yon can't hire him to do it. echo of the chimes and harmonies c -a-sl".5 5.51 mmttfmtm by mm, aotlsftis V V /V
But a machine will. You aaythat la of that Sabbath that rest, where w* DYE -.-..-.. la ye.trlcted.
No it i* not. 'It will take the "rest not 'day and night," inwhich the [ ] '1'...W.. ...._.,___....__.._ CATHARTMPlantationChill VV
J is, never and yet ever .- Jim crt,eeanoir oss U V' j VV ,
pig iron and turn it out perfect screws .. song se.v.. sung.Gumming. !: .V

email a. a piece in your watch, and do it ._ _ _ _ ,-- --- : V iArOOF. , --:. V
mal PillsA
V all day long. That is libert)'.- Th* iron ATLANTA COLLEGE Wl PflARMACY.V .
What We mats V WEAK t
Can Give.
waa restricted in the pig iron it' I I. at liberty ' 1 in the screw shape because it i. doing On of the bravest thing in the world i if seating a drug (tors. rMnand; for graduate V strong rlod mm r. BTWT paakanynsi pa.- i V.- i ''V
Its Intended work" and man ia at libert to give to other out of ones deepest pov- Creator than w* san supply. Address DH.OKO. .- .at sd. Brna.ll V .
only when he ia doing his God-intended erty, whatever that may be-cheer-out oi r. fATMKt Whitehall, Ianas. Os.V for X Iwensas atamps, 2-
service. Morally speaking, duty i. ethical" sorrow, hope out of disappointment; 'help V plain wrapper. Writ*for OU4a&ICT&&D CURa .. .u ...... -Wee, a.,J T ficItIe,...... besetA. Sed '
then.. I do duty before Uod. not because out of weariness, courcga out of.defeat/ Che I book of valuable Informatloa bi....WIad.s the utemash\blasted bomela. foal meetA. _.....t.=.. pfpies.
I my but out of the slender store.: It Wlrt-What a' dainty 'little' lace for both .sXsi. AA- .-4-....-..... U-Dl.._a.-.....end ........ Wb.s peer des's s.v.
lOut. because. .I o"fbt..1 am RreclousTnite' to do this and often V handkerchIef she carries, It looks like 4 tttrm, rttmmmtfmt .._aIy. yea ma...... C.aaetpset.e kills. sessi.....1.tA.e aU .....,iisL .. aVi... 1*
less a nan and 1 lees free .. to i "yet not J' Censpesy. P. O. Bos an, Ja lusivlll., rim. esares sad.sag so-ro eI.sleeiog. PSo maclas whet .... :rC4acAR&T8 -.stt IaIUC
do s thing I was mad. to do.- 'Th. chief an unrewarded thing. We do 'not a oobtreb., J.a4J sgectmwanwd in every towa.- kX V ... fee 7'8'will eseas.e* mail ... stay seen cciii yea gel puss b.w.rtgb5 'V
end bf man- sap the catechism, ia to worship know that the recording angel keep any., Waf -Tea a.-thlngillke that V V Isnt see..1'; seen wt.. Cenesesse t.dsi''' .. seeicts gusrenise .. sees er
God and enjoy Him.. Exactly. bo special account of such heroic benevolences, ," : ; !'"fMHJp ..,.. . TIoo geasise .Wet stsaped c.CC.; V)Sie.r eNd Ce .........Isapis e..
that duty I. a part of joy in aervice.' butsurely they do not escape .the laving ,to be sneered Philadelphia. Record.. a-saM '! ' tholDPICII s EytWafar. be.ksq free.' Adsa5 Steeling Comedy Cs. .Chi. _ps.w v.V ..... .. _. V
Selfishness i* incompatible with aervice.' cognizance of GodWelHpring. ,
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The servant i* not the servant when think
ing more of the wage than the "business.You . ,,- Teas CowmgerThe :
cannot serve and be ..11I.bI'l'b. eiir world and ,the church':
1 of this age i* elnahne; my Jrind..- .1 men of true courage.,men who dare to have
am thankful that I live 'in tb. agof electricity the courage of their conviction'; men :whe u Cure imiijj
wireless telegraphy:!' and automo are noft' afraid '." do what i. right; men p
bliss,.but let me UU you, the sin of th* who will Und up for the ht.V.. have i
a.. Ie pare, Dn.dutten" .eilisbne.s.r, Tea too many cowards in the chureb. and they -
UalId p.opl..t.-d.y-in thu. great' city are a reproach to Christianity .The. world
are's..kIag abeolutal1 their selfish despises a cowardly Christian and God hs ''V V
1.l' V pleasure, and wien. self: dethronaa-.Goclaad.e'WU no ace l'of1Chn.* IUv.'Dr. Holders, ''*'. j TO cure, or money refunded by your mercnarrt, 90, why, not,- ;ry I It? Priqe, OOp.i s

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,:',Ttte KmifflBMC'V lleu'Gazette a., acted upon and Mrf., Wy" O. 'Bas* and 'children -returned . '''1':",. \ .t"... .J' ...,. :. .. .

'. taught that it I* disgraceful! to lake last? week from Salem, Va,; '
. . TtLtPHONt NO. II .. the name of God In vain.! It, _should where they spent the 'summmer with .1

.rUSUlHID' I.YIBT FBIDAYla be'the business of every maD,and woman Mrs.; Ba'ssXfather, Mrs Bas saysthey .

UIIoe' Valley U.tette Wulldinjc" ,, of every boy and gjrl'$ to- stamp had a most. delightful trip and ." -. -.

KMBItfMKK.O8CtOLACOUKTr.rLA. out this'habit.: found!: her father wh9 is 87 years old .. *,"

.J.. ,'K. POUND, 1 Pa0PS1E10&. i I. There are surely but few people so bale and hearty and able to look\ af

,.W.'B.11. HARRIS f' lost to.'aliense of shame who if they ter his farm. work. She, brought' back ,r"
J.. g. POUND, Editor.Entered ., were to stop to-think: but for a m6- with her some mammoth apple,.oome . .. .,.. .
-_'- ment how .silly and mean are their of which measured over 13 inches .In ...
at the Pmnofflce in Klailramee, Fla., .
a* aeooBd-claa mall matter. .. < imprecations, how meaningless, the. circumference and' Were /grown On her ... .
words, but; that they would hide-away father's. farm one of which she \kindlysent rv G ,
'.Snbeertbere office U i'
will the
,. 41 ta..y fulbptthepap.rreltularat.: 1'1lIo1.1f1 their.lace' 1a utter contempt for bem". to this office. .'.
All oommnnloatUina exe-ot from'our author'laed -' selves. habit should be made so .".
.TJie "
_':.4. eorraapendontp aped\..)e .aliened. lit' the odious that men and boys' would be The weather. at' several times, during ,' n-/i'r . "\''' '.:' > ., 7

Called wrttyectwlmut.r fer. will Dot.. b. returned unieit: ashamed toswear.We"venture the the past'week has been squally, 0" \ .w. - ':.: \" \ .

,Tb.odltorlattotrorpo l,opinion' ex remark-that if we were t.o'reP8"-Fn stormy, and somewhat unpleasant if ,. . .t '1 .. ,.;.:J),,: ,.{, .:.\'ili .

tweeeed,:'Adverttelng by'correspondents.d r&.may be.had on application.* I, these'lines the oaths and Imprecations not absolutely d&o gerjxuajio tboiiewho .., I '.1,. .\ ,,,".,.,;,.1.,,; .,'.." ,';" '.

,\/ fo, that'almost hourly',h ow 'from '''vulgar have been caught aboard the smaller '.. '. .. .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. vessels the'lake., A of ladles : ', ,' ,
of these on ,party ,
the possessors
i On* copy, on*year ..",;'..j< .>. n." tongues, same ,IJrpo. .-: ......'. ',\. .
..10On.p"thrMmonth. vulgar Would feel ashamed tobe.seen'readlniar and gentlemen taking an outing on \
One copy, .Ia| montha..t, ,14. Itr..4 :'t> .
.*. ..,. ......t..,."... ,.* jongjies the Jordan boat last Sunday"were ..It. ,. .' ., "::
'. << this article. .. ", ..'
caught by one of thosesqualls whileon ; \ ". : "
Friday- Sept. 4, 1603. I : ,' ' .' '. ,",. '
... : Bill Arpt: I. ,
'the beyond
the lake '
, open part ''''\' ''.r -' '' ')'' I
Bill rp'(C.ol.,Chal. H, Smith. ) is the Islands and'/or a few*'Tnoments. experienced I "j!" ,",1" ',Yo'''"','j\: -. ",'1o 1\' '":,""11,:':'.I>'.,

It-at&n..amount to anything the_av.eragre dead! A cloud haw"spas8edrover: ten a lively time: The lake was :' r r' '

Florida politician and candidate thousand home ....and: _a_ shadow ,bat angry.jwaves'as high as-the boat cauur '- '- ,,, ,,:. .
will lead a strenuous. life forthe' crept across ten times ten thousand In quick' succession, but fortunately la ;

aezrnfteen months.. heart; for he has Ifterally written eool and experienced hand was at the

himself into the_, affections of people wheel who kept the boat's head Ito I the
Alfred St. C1air.-Abramv, of T;;>" everywhere-North -as well 'as South; wind and the storm passed without

Tares and W. H. ,E11Uof Quincey East as wellas Weir; damage being done. At thesame times

'have announced tbem*elv.e- a's candidate ., A great'and. good man Is gone]) For the Basslnger with a. barge In tow, .... -. --- -. .. .
*' for ''Attorney-General of the along time he had stood, in many respects was a rul'.e Or two. this side of Southport ' 'Y '_ Y
State, olf..alone"lIke some'giant. and bad the same chake- p,
4. ___ M .at
tree separate and apart from its fel 1
_ .N13Jroward," of li 'I. said lows. Possibly 'few if any companions What 1st Life 1 '
bare Gubernatorial bee buzilng .. THE" ARCH SUPPORT OF
to a of his youth are'fltill lIvln'aLbut.
; In the )last analysts nolx-dy knows, .
_? in his bonnet.Better pet rid of It have lain down one by one, to but we do know: that it Is under strict '

Napoleon, unless you wish to meet the sweet and strange repose which law. Abuse that law event slightly. : ""A- DOROTHY DODD"
.: .
your Waterloo next summer. "ire call death. Certainly it is rare pain results. Irregular living rnesr's'' . ..'.. : .. ...,.,,

y Three whales are said to hare been that we meet. with a man of the good'" derangement of the organs, resulting _. ........ -.:: .
--- -- -- - -
stranded I on the bar at St.. Augustine old._school Jto.which t l be beloojeed. In-Ooustlpatibn- H ac1ac1I: oF "Ktver -W-
I : -' Long was he left. as towering landmark trouble. Dr. Kind's New Life Pills 1
krly-ihU'week. Worse things than
whales haue been,!known! to stranded .on the hlllt.op-Iarge.- grand, quickly readjusts th.ll._ It's gentle' ,,' . ,- SAVES THE FATIGUEWhen

t I at the bar. of Su'Augustlne... impressive. But there. is a limit to yet, thorough. Only 25c at Osbeola)
... :the largest life. and this pleasing writer -
and friend of his race. has passed. Pharmacy-- yo foot is tired from long walking or standing, you rest
_ It. is ssld"that Ex-Senator Call la ,, ,
I --- .
thinking of entering the Senatorial to land-mark the my.dcaloI10.od.Is laid'ow, .the The majestic lofty. o by holding it in your hand and compressing it firmly

race.. Heems to us the field' is about '
full now'and ache has a promising poplar Is fallen at last beside the cool "My Sons-L around and beneath the instep. That is exactly what the "Dorothy :f
spring it shaded so long, and to which .
_ protege,amonflr the aspirants' the quesetton' countless. thousands loved to come and said a great businessman, "are my Dcdd" Shoe does for you all the time. It is like a soft hand firmly :
__ is why should he!? drink. partners and they need all. the '', Ti!'

\" \i ''Jn( ) Alexander says he has quit running Bill Arp (we know him best by this strength. and courage I pan give grasping the "waist", the foot and supporting the arch. You will

for Congress, but Is now "fairly famllllar name) was a man of genius. them, and he forthwith paid for a .

flying" toward the coveted goal but Not Of that. kind that delights/ for..a $1,000,000 policy in The Mutual -ft everTealize how much! your daily fatigue con be relieved uiiil 3:';''I. /

":""t! that. as much as be desires the election. day and then too often, darkles forever Life Insurance Company of New

1 "'f1W lad rathec-get. beaten himself ffiiah! ; but.of that milder' and mellower York Not without the most careful you try the "Dorothy Dodd." And the "Dorothy Dodd" retains' .1 t

to see Bob Darts ''beaten for Governor light that brightens and warm and investigation however, extend, ,
". ; To saythe least ',"Jeems's" warms and brightens again with an In- ing over six months. He was con. ".. its arched shape and sets closely up to the foot '

_ .:J. 'bear. the right place. . extinguishable ray. And .his "let vinced by just such facts as led the. {
ter." will live In the memories of his President of a National Dank in after it has been worn for months. No other shoo,

I, Not satisfied with the prospects ol : reader when many of the famous New York to make the curious and Z Z.

Frank Clark beat Ing.Darn, .for Con books of'day. shall have been forgotten shrewd provision in,his.will, which" is made like it.. Oilier shoes bend at' every ster :to
is contained in "A Danker'Vill..
gre s,' the opposition to the las( forever.In iII
Write for it and also for the take. Thus the foot becomes tired. Is ?
named gentleman ha., according to an article like this I shall pot attempt . 'I

:i ;'reports, about Inveigled Charley a. sketch of-his life. i shall\ not. account of the $1,000000 policy worth while to endure tired feet when the remedy :
"The Largest Ahnual Premlums"Till. \( ))
; 'Da11a'bert11ntp the belief can' even *o much as mention his domestic f

.do\so." Our' that a.stronger. virtues beautiful. and amiable though Company ranksPtnrla is simpleDorothy Dodd Shoes. They cost $3.

.1t iraan still.[ !. needed., i they are. 1 wish to speak of him as a AaMto.flrilln '

'' patriot for as such be towered above Amount raid 1 Policyboldm.THE I C. W. DANN has exclusive sale. '\
t 14 ''There ,,li. still. hope for Kentucky most men, even In his own -patriotic: Plrsf-tw-Age. !

rt'.He jury 'la the case of the State..vst State. His patriotism. was of that true MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE' i, :

1 ,leb.JE58wer!+ooebet'Thas murder the .victim ber. and admirable IIOrt that cannot'fall tq'Wlnih CoMfANy" I( or' NEW- YORK _, ._ . - .. u_ . .' !
t ; renderedE 'e.t Diof'al .
l .Gor.Vfn, well a* the -. --" -
': : BucmABD A. McCtntov. Pfto -vecdiot: oi"guilty and the punlshipsat applause of friend: And it b.tbrlll-' .k !

'of. death." This is his third Ing to believe.that he died, as' he had 3 Nassau, Cedar; William and''.Liberty .' ,,

:"$a1 fop .the. ''crime?;; the,..pualehment lived with his great'heart full -of unfading SU.-. New York, 'N. Y.CECIL J . .', . CALL. ON.. . ,. ,

_ . bSvimg been heel at life IraprUoij- love and unyielding devotion ., WILLCOX, Manager Fla.!. w ,,,, \ : , :, \.r,:: I'K' .% '! "
., tlsss$...lo.each of t.belOl'll1er trlll.; , : to his section and his people. > i M, TILLER, Agent Jacksonville. Kisslmmee., Fla. a d FOR tYrMS ,'i'; ,,5 'V"' ?'f':,, '-, iFON

A man of peace.and ready at,.- all' . .: 4S 4S 4S 4S&Z4S
i,; W Irelesi telegraphy is now being/ times_to shake handa over.-the- oils- .
Md,1D some novel ways. :A few days takes of human frailties'. and human IfaG Goods. :
j.: THOMPSON Dry :1
W. ,
.sofa' passenger on an ooean steam- temper, he nevertheless bore and nurtured -

_ \$hII found. himself 'short of funds, and practiced, that knightly! j".i. ,

;"' l'and;, knowing that his mother was on spirit that can"'fight as well forgive; Funeral Director and Embalmer -. S4 45 4E -C?- Ii

i. 'another hip communicated.with her and be it said to his eternal credit,) '

.>I 1 by the Maroons system, asking, hertb thatalever:: was gauntlet flu riff 'down by .1'

: deposit with.the purser of the ship on any foe to his section he did not. rushto h'J
1Ciesiznmea'la.W.t.VanDuior&Co.: : .
,:ivbloh she was a* aUlD of' money and pick up and' thus accept the challenge ---- -. '" .. ,':II
ate him notify the purser on his ship ; ,.From first to last' he was the .. "
,. 'ot.'
"'Afty miles apart, yet the transaction every accusation, resented ev I
: \was'completed, and the passenger was ery Insult, resisted! every attack: and stoY '

':;;; 'applied. ., With, ''funds.-Ex. . met.every 'assault made' against, the :. Formula tells the : ,. :!
"' land.,that he' loved better than he
::.;;:..." 'k/ .
VROPAIUB SWEARINQ': loved his life. Grove's Chronic Chill
r' } Lpure
heeltus*Ule'Atvoeate has the fol- Nor' did hi. honor or skill -sutler in B 'R, O K E, R S : l. j

lowing;, ''which1 we commend to the these contest*. Whether long' range :-4-- Not a fxrtent'roexlkJne| a thin spirituous of a pleasant bitter taste; ; !?
/ or a hilt to hilt engagement;; whether -- ,- .
theughtful consideration of all who. REAL ESTATE Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK : '1
with mace and battle-axe or thrust for
;.'guilty of the..hablus' ' 'Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK .
thrust wa. :
'' with the short *wor\d\ he AND INSURANCE'tmooooooooooooooooooooooc' I ;
\ Talking of swearing on the street, "
; Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract :
'. a. gentleman'said to us the other day the same true' intrepid acid powerful I SARSAPAJULLJy '. '.

, known that: there to.the la no human more family disgusting than habit knight.Georgia! In thy very- soul rise .--;-- 'I . It. Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. ;a;

tene'.swearing, or if we use .sense pro- 'up, and out of thine own exhaustlessbeds Notice of Application to Sell '- Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price 50c.I '' t'r t'rni

of'Holy Scriptures. and its language, of white marble rear a mono:" Personal Property. '.
.; .
"Taking the,name of God, in vain." ment aspiring sunward,, to commemorate -' Notice I* hereby given to all whom It'mayeonrern .
that the underpinned. Moav Eats, M \ f
: the deeds and virtues of him who
1 It1In'horrible! 'loathsome
to the administrator of the estateu of Robert H. ,
:! 'at'.ar to bear the outcast In hU did more than the majority of even widow. deneaned deceard"and,'..will of on e Ntrdd.f\, cUtr the,Mh hli '11
; Volubility of oaths and' swearing: thy most illustrious'children ''to defend dal1.f j>>epl....mlMMv-Ai !>., 1UO3, at TO a. m., apply I To Cure a Cold in One Pay' Cor*. Crip
a and honor Hon. W. R. Johnston County Judge of In .Two ,
:, thy name_ thy whenever
; /words. ; but it Is far more disgusting to Oaneola I outintr, state of Florida, for an order to

.. ....robe=* well who dressed claim, 'well appearing{ an"d"wherever'attackedl sacred to -the memory! 'of monument A .sell...-...It at property:.public ala, belonging. the following to lie described../d, catatea' .pereonal -, I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.. ;R PH Z: on every .
one lay
!<'-friUthrough quw his*gamut of'oats gentility in MANl! W, B, HlNTON oonntlea All that of certain Oaneola alack and of cattle Brerard, ranging In add In State'the -.vsa MIDIo bates a IcIla post -- flaosebs.. This signatureV ;,..rc /y'a'gl.boX.' 25C.

.. branded ELand marked 10b..
; .bi.* ordinary' CoDyer &tl Next 1
D. .Tech'er*.. Examination.An mark: Two nnderblta In one ear nndenlopf
bnderblt the other ear, and unclersJ
: She nausea of bearing a person In fern* opt unrterott ---- .
nine attire utter, her vile profanations Examination of ,appI caD..*,.tor ear add In stock one of ear cattle, crophall numbering crop In the hundred other o Notice )
teacher certificate will be'held and fifty head more or 1_. 'NOTIOE. to Creditors. : .I
fl at t;
the childish, voice of the. boy 'who, ... .
YhU 6th day of .Ir' ", A. I) 1WN. NotIce I. hereby '
Inl 1 Siren ;V> creditors 18I'.tNII-
not yet hang passed the first .decade the court: house Kisslmmee, Fla., oftth.; KATZ. Notice II hereby given that the following described land. will-he told at public auction on and dldrlbtiteea, and all persons having demands j
o'clock Aa Admlnlitrator eatatea" of Robert H. the 7th day September, .A.>.1\103. in front of the Town O..Ulo KlMlmmee "gal not the
beginng at OKCOO eatatei ol .
9,30 a. Tuesday City County Robert 11 Lauler,
of his years, can,yet breathe forth the Laol.t.4.ed.. aDd Mary O.Lanier, _..... Florida, or ao much thereof a* will be necessary. to pay the amount due for 4azei. herein set deceased; and Mary C. Lanier. hie widow, d* $
vilest baths that ever one 'thought ,pfia ,Sept, 8tb, 1903, and continuing .-A. u.o"e"J, .. _. oppoflte" the came, toafe ber.witb the coed of adrertUfng and lala.PgSCBJPTION. exceed, to present the aame;duly authenticated. ..'..1'....".
If; necessary, :twj/ Or' 61.8-eth 111115. to the audoratgned. within two 7.... from '
I BUlingsgate.. Qpe need but walk a more day t O"lUa.: TAX AND COSTS. date hereof, aa prescribed by law, otherwise
fewsquareevln some. .towns to'' hear: Applicants) will provide themselveswith . Addition.: the.iunewllbeWredand( all persons who

from youthful lips the foulest prof&D'''- pen.,'ink and legal" cap paper.! I Notice, of Application to Sell iJnkn.wa.L.. ... .. . . ,. Block.Robert Wl.Batl, . .. ....7.. .. .... ,. .... ... . ... ... .. |In may quested bj!? Indebted to mk to Immediate laid ..t....settlement. are hereby with'thennderalKned. re-.
"f W, B. Hn TOK, Real Estate.- J MoPBATTKR. t
ton Imaginable; and one must won- \ I ' Tax Collector of the Town of XUilmmee City forlda. This August 6lh,A. D. VOX.iA ,
.der therfr; in .the wide world they could ,. Supt. Pub. Inst'n, Nodal la hereby given" Uiit, I will on'the 1Mb. MOSES XATZ, I
rOceola day D. 1_ In .f' 11".1 .,F+>+++++4i...+ .f. tI'+++ Adminiatratoy of the estates of Robert H fk
gW.r.toe a volume ,of oaths., County., the foreu n&pppply to the honorable Wt R. 11 tf foil I Uf .4.4 F+ P.LanlerdeceasedandMary A. VaxaAaiStanley's..... -,......-.-. Lanlerd.__._. t.

/'JBvwry in an. and, every, woman .gkl.*'*.'Ana'a State Johnston of Florida County, at KlaiTmmee Judge of City OeoenU, for county ui order -, Semi -' Tropical() i 1 Nurseries I It&/thlaDt.'Attorney.: "
hould personally'examine,, himself or In ;
HeraeU.aod. : 'ill they ,find themselves' Has world-wide fame. for' marvelous. O.oeollow.olaeonntretabofr.oras.bescrlbed,to-witi - aa : ". :Business College. -
fwlitypf the habit, .break ,it ,off atOD0Sf care*. It surpasses any other, salve, its lnning at a-atake one.qaarter .of 'a .' Orlando Florida. '
; :. north of Houtt TiS .
lotion i' ooro.r ol Section 21, TJn oIl.lYtdi., Corla.
and then frown down this -curse ointment or balm Felons, 8 a SO t.ran wed ton feet, north tell eet. -t. '
our language society that jit Corns, Burns Bolls; Sorea 471 10 pl feet_,of north tdllDIDl 810 feet,,east oootalolni yen: feet,eight'south 4tt ', JfVou intend planting any Fruit Trees this fall send ale list man We,,need made mOra upon young UI for men o to supply the de:: >w l
npetet -
acres J1 bookkeen- Nl
I bit too.'unpopular .for i any 'one, Ulcer,' Totter. Sale;, Rheum, Fever tb.more awe 01' leas 01,MartiD u... ....,being the property 01 of your.wants 1 1 can save you money -or-. Orange.,.. ; Peach and schouolWUAIntthenex00, d uiandtursueoar nor
deoesed. '
and be :
10 "
rng or1 old/to induifonjik it:,' Sores, 'Chapped Hand, .Skin ...Id lorb.. parpoee irloo. OIL the Admrsaid .. .Pear.&nd all kind. .r,qf Nursery.Stock.. ..' > mart' of par prescribed 000..... and uoce efnujr -
Eruption; infallible for ,Pile: Cure IIeeL' JO-PABTJN, . ,oomplete aame we will place you las pow
example': .of good ,breeding Marti.iiI'-' ,ltio ," The above offer Ia open only to peraon
guaranteed. Only 26o at Oaoeola Phar aug 1,1tp-d' too decoy . ...o x:150S': : W.'R.: SPEIR. of food character .
d,be set by the adults; and tber'e'I i d .. _ . M atonoe, for and Informationaddress. ''t

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I\j'\'' Jh6. ktsslmmee Valley Gazette( NO.. '294rcWJ! S toe 'BUGGY: ;' Horses for:Sale." . .'. '. u--: 4 """"" r4'w>.44.....> .:,.../...";'..*'.. ,h;..""",'.+1ti.p .

: Two car loadsusfr reOe'tved.LD'' locals8peSo : --r* > I Professiotwl' 'Cards. ,

TKLBPHONH NO. 11. Warted.. kind, any price.Among. the lot are) f I Business p Ui _. j THESE. Alta. . .IFRAUDS .. 4. ,],,
PUB1IIIED 'EVERT( KRIIUY Ten t.boulanlt pounds of.F;: soft .bellturtlea. some of.the best'fa'mily horses.. ever '\4
.. ........ ..... ... ... i. .
. BY''' W. B., MAXINSON Co. brought here; also 'a 'lot .of trained - .. VANS AGNEW if "
'POP NO- A HARRIs.. 'Ipdlan cOw'pontes.. counter. at DaDo'.... .. > > '
For nursery trees, Orange or Peach! HUOHEV, BBA.TTON; 3c Mn lruR :: [: I ATTOR)T.Y AT .LAW.!:...',.,.> I :;.

OHUROH bRlOTORY.METICODIIT $ .. call f>n L.. P..'HugheyOld standard Patterns .fctKaU's., 0 . ." I l AND.NoTARY.PUBLlC', ,'", ''Ij.W J I +'.

CHURCH._Pr. clilnf each Bab- papers 20o per hundred at the Schools Supplies at "Dan 's. See those 6open; tablets at Dann'.s. I i KI SI14MEE.:lFA. '
bath, 11 a. ra. and T< e,olotk.. PraTer, meet.i Valley Gazette office. Mr .IN
rerr Thunday .".Dlo. at 7 p. m. Sabbath ; ,. A. J. Booth presented us with-a School good ones. at Dana's. '", J. Vff SIMPSON. ry
School t:4S Sunday morning. . Monday, Sept. 7Ui'being Labor Day few'specimen of his guava crop a few ,: QR. ,
F. UKtL:, Pwtor.BarViit .._ the State, Bank. 'of Kisslmmee.will he since New goods arriving at Gulce Brat '
days that
OfUItUN-0O. J. Prier Panior.Preaohln were superior to DENTIST
any : .
: .
j every fiunday 11 a. m.and 7 p. m. closed. have ton's.headquarters. > . _. . EV VTDRUGS
Youn P orl.'. meeting tee r. m. Sunday we ever seen. The flavorwasakin r i .r ] E 111I11J.( .l vpffioe over Osceola Pharmacy.FFICK
School 9.46 a. m. f rar.r me.ting.v.ry Tkursday Hob. Watson left a day or two ago to that of the! bananas, the, meat for school. supplies at 1\\ : ? .
7.p. m.. YUUon always wcioomc... Dann's. 'c o 12..1. ,
ST. JOxx'I' EPI.e0PAL'CNOnox.-D.vld D. .for: Miami, where: he will'remain for tender yj>t firm tad solid. I.M.,. Booth .. a HOOKS. :' J. f-so'to'lS30 p..m. '1'
.Xldd Rector, Pervloe* oa. the teeond. RunUyoflb some time. has a nice place a few miles'away UpOA Gail and see Guioe & Bratton's flew = t' i
... No.70 Jun
Telephone 151"lyr.
month Moraine .10. ate: .
'oloek. Krenluft .rrloo at 7 aK) o'clock. Mr. J. S...Pennell left on Wednesday which he has several acresin fruits goods-" I '< I II '' I ''I 01': 44 : J : I "
P' CHomow.-DlTlna worahlpon Indefinite which he Is very proud of, especially If ,wish to _buy from : A B. STEVENS
every lint Hunday and third Sunday lu each for a t.rlp'of. time to you save money :. WHY HOT 'IH j[ / i DR ;; .
.. '
nonlh.' Morning .rvlc.. at 11 m. a.. Even Philadelphia. his guavas and t peaches. Daoin, _
I UK ...rrlo at Tree p. m. Sunday School att t a ....DKNTIST,...
:&/ '". m. C. B. ....,, at 8:1& p. m. Prnycr Fred Bass left yesterday to'' :visit Casslus Murphey died at his home ; of d tTryapair Axe Shoes i ..., . Ja nln at 7:00: Kro awhile among his friends and relatives near Narooossee'last! Saturday night. at Ouloe & Bratton's. (I Gss.A4mlll.tertd.

F. (I. BA.ILKV Pa.tor.8upU ';; : ] : .. .** '4 ; .
In Orfin'geT'We '. ." Ir.oD'lan'of ,typhoid fever, and Little pencils 'big; pe'Hclls. peopiw) ? OQtcs Hours i 8.30 N to.h .
-'Aft&. DAupa'N o8.8." -' regret know that the little we learn that his wife and child" are everybody at Dann's. o-r= t 1.)0) to 5,30 P.: M. ,

Official:.:.. Weather, Report. daughter of and MrsJUPerlewb.abeen also very inL Reports;_of. _ahehofMMurphey "Jelly1"glasses ind-fruit Jairi" "atThompson's. i_ --.--.-..-. d ::i ,UR DO+. ..... ... FLORIDA.W1L.LSON t.CoI.,.

...aa.T..p.aaTv.1Va.Elllni.TIIVaiDa ._]0n lhe'"sick"list this week. !and child were yesterday <". = i"J 1\1. JR. ..,
contradicted by persons from .: ,
T Bf.m*., S..p'.8,"1903., The County. Con lsslonera' reirularmeeting'.Monday'and Bummer clo'hln reduced In price at :' TAKEBUT Not' -- '' *
that of 'the the neighborhood who reported themas Guice &; Bratton's. i. _. .r .. -- S $OTARY Pit.IC.... ) e-- .'

Mas, XIII. t' School Board on Tuesday next. '. Improving. Mrs. Murphey Is a i : i SJ' .S,/... ; AT LAHOB( I) -

-. Miss Nell;;Wallace rturped "fro... granddaughter of Mrs. 'Savage who Another just received lot of at"Dorothy Dana'. Dodd"shoes l U1I p ANUEpj ..__Meal Estate' Agent:
died ( [
Prlda . "1'" 'IN! 73 .? here Friday 'night *,, :.1 K1SSIMMEK.: FLORIDA. ,,
Rl. .. "" \19 7& : her visit among friends 'and relativesat Douglass ,
.. 1.10. Pro ..McBeath. left for his home Stanford ig sole
Sun4.' ..... .. ; \1& 'U onTuesday I '
...... Valdosta.'jOaTuesday: night.. Klasimmee. : :: w ; "
Monday h. II'! 12 last He has Shoes at J .
not fully
.......,... QII 4 7'l. .18 .
w.dce.da1..o... 11\I 119' 1.10Tllurada. For..budded trees' Orange of best 1 recovered from a recent attack of fe "Dorothy Dodd"' shoes have the 1 J JUSTICE or THE PEACE *..
. ..... 70 I.\IIJ\
,88., varieties, Grape fruit, Kumquat or ver, but we hope that he may soon be style.' Sold only by Dann; t GET-THEM: AT NOTARY PUBLIC.STATE AT LARGE''

/.'A. SIMPSON. P. M. Red Tangerine call on-L. P. Hughey I restored to hU, wonted health. During Try a pair of Queen Quality. Shoes. : .. ""MARRIAOE SPECIALTY., j

Mr.. and Mrs. S. B* Aultman and his stay here he" has tpade many Sold only by-Stanford.. : OSCEOLA :: Office on Stewart' Avenue, Ii
insertion of advert.I.ementa I
I Our rates the readlnamat.ter on Miss Elizabeth ret.urned.-.home from friends among our people and that be Subscribe for "The Designer.at80cts '. :' ::: KISIIMMEE. '." .' '/ fLA.
among their trip to the North last Sat. J'da".i won the good will of those who are attending :: ,
Kati's.Fresh '
I cents line each in per.year, at ? : Txon1A'pN.
ten is per ; School; or PO.
the Normal ; which PHARMACY .j.lelaaad. berg....
I iertlq.n. Alec Power arrived In town Tiies.-\ he'hasbeenlhePrinclpalM-wai .attested luttoh Tuesdays and Friday i 'attCL1t'Paoa.3S.140ff1o.'Pisr.1)AKIW.. ..*DJVI.X.
dad!nlgi\from Cocoa, and.:.ha.,-been at Beeves A; Woods'. ,Phone 61v : ,
by thelr-presenoe af the' train to :
shaking hands with his friends ..r/MtF1kltklktFtFthth.1a/t
many I
' ---' -- '.Tb'De. .
bid him good-bye. Subscriptions received l.' 1C'T" -fir fW
here this week.: ' Katz's.'
signer. : per year.t ,
The teachers' summer school which .
sa Rev C. '..E.. Jones of Sanford waslooking
,)has been in operation here for a "Dororthy Dodd" Shoes are fully .. .
after his interests In
property month came'to, a close this morningand guaranteed you t.akeno.Sold_
and near Kisslmmee the first day or only by Dan ..,
Prof,.,Ellis, upon whom the greater J I
two of the oV'Mk. I-
part of the work In conducting it The handsomest line of Spring{ and
Wade the tuner. Orlando. Proto X. D. Teeter, of Tltui' vllle, and fell by reason of the Illness In. Prof. Summer Dress. Goods ever offered'

Not so hot this week. father of Mr J. F. Bell, spent a portion Mo Death's family, took his..departurethis town at Kate's ,
of the. week here with the family
Read our Business Locals. :. morning lie came among us a We are now handling some extra } r
of his daughter. stranger but by his'' straightforwardness fine Fresh Meats Beef, Pork, and

Send us your Job Printing. W. B. Harris and family returnedon and application to the duties before Mut.ton-at. our market. Call up .phone
61 and give us a trial order.
Improvements still going on. Saturday night from a month's him made,. friend of every one hemet Reeves & Wood. 2'.UE:

( .There's not a vacant residence in outing, spent among the red hills of- in our town. For SAIe.r" .-

iCUslmrm-e.- northeast Georgia. Mrs. Savage,wife of Mr. R. B. Say
Three good mules and wagon. Apply
A new roof 1s being put on the resilience We tender our* condolence to Mr. age, familiarly known as "Uncle Bob to W. B- MAKINSON Co., C.1

.of D. P. Graham. and Mrs. Andrew Tiuer upon their bereavement Savage' ,'! died at her. home in this 0 .

Charley Grlffln has enclosed bisreslence !. .caused by the death of their place last Friday afternoon and. her Stove. wood. .* WHY FAMOUS ;
< and lot with a new fenoe. infant last Sunday. remains were takento the family. burial We will furnish Stove' Wood, delivered -

j I The Seymour store in North K ulm. Mrs'Pound and a few of the Children ground on Ocean Prairie forlnterr- to any part of town-at. $1.00per : Because they have stood every ,test for durability ., tyleand

''r eels being.repaired repainted. expect to jfo up to Sanford to- men on Saturday.; Her d .ath wttsrdye Strand., MAYNARD. LUMBER Co.. comfort that. ears of service have.subjected. them to''and- -

i jillssVirgin! Parker returned from morrow to spend a few days with a to an abscess on the lower bowels To Cure A Cold In One Day.' have met every requirement thereof to the:entire' satisfaction of .

> sister who resides there. from which she bad suffered for quiteawhile' 'Laxative Bromo QuineTab- the hundreds and' the thousands of women'who dally wear' them. ,)

Sun- Hon. J, W. Watson. arrived from"Miami : yet was not thought to be lets. All druggist refund the moneyif ,
two ago and wlll'spentf dangerously t 111 until a few days be- Its falls to cure. E. W., Grove's, They are therefore famous for the'three qualities {that must be
'day or
I Prompt attention given any losur- I fO'Nrher'deat.h. The abscess time IWo
ince or Real Estate placed" with J. M. some here. are glad see Pharmacy ""} '"" ." .
Vllson, Jr. him l.n his accustomed place 'alraln. !: perforation of the bowels and then \ / brands'of shoes look well; many

|W J. Sears has moved into the E. Hi.Bunker, anold Madison friendof death resulted quickly.' She leaves'a i hays 'orie of more; of these points 'of
husband and
several and
sons dauehter.jall -
r ftce recently. occupied! by Attorney- the writer dropped in to see> us yesterday grown, and other relatives to D excellence well developed and are really -'

II Seymour. while en route home from Ar good shoes, but none have' the
mourn her loss. Ourinoat; tender sympathies r ; .
. of U. C cadia. His visit was much enjoyed. 3 :
7te new store are extended to them. three developed to that degree that

/ord and J. W. Watson are near Mr. and Mrs W. B. Johnston returned boat ride and .
A moonlight, picnic Wl mt puts them {n.'the- same'classu, the

k j completion. from Tampa Tuesday where: ape among the pleasures that are accessible -Queen Quality.. They are: unapproached -,
,IRII-fo" ". ..n il-52 attend. the funeral of J.; i -" '
8JK"C1"I'Da rp" to. our. people and frequentlyenjoyed '"
lavs in Uye and Corn Whiskies 2.25 D. Oarrett, a brother-in-law'of Sirs; by those of ihe'1oun8'8" set. -V. ,- ,' and '.so' fat unopproachable, ))11" '1;; xcompetitoia.'Oltlourse

A, E. BEARDEN.Hugh4y ? '
Johnston. __. The last occurred on Wednesday night 'wekeep a , ;

r, Bratton. & Miller have lost /Tax' Collector Hogan Is the'loser of when the Polly was chartered 'and' a full! supply of all styles .
lre hprses' within' the past week six cows this week by,,death caused bya ride to Fleming's Island taken.. Therea Their.fame was not:made,by, hot does'it

Tth lied by trains on the As C. L. stroke or strokes from an engine landing was made, the party disembarked apply to 'one style or one 'price of. r

Mill. Shelly gtnlth an accomplish- and cars of the A.. C. L. at Merldla, and a short; time spent'-under 1 1The them. The "Queen" Quality" trademark "

young; lady of Orlando, Is visiting this county.- the lovely trees and lunch partaken 6 ti'Nf:9v :.on any shoe is a, guarantee that

!I..lmmee, and is' the guest of Miss The defendant, his attorney J. N. Again embarking Paradise Island was I it lathe best. Summer weights, and ;

c. !able Parker.. .1i. Taylor, and \the State's witnesses In circumnavigated and the retnrn to the Choice: IB .Hot Limited, styles now cnv hand.' 'We invite our. ?r

., |Seed Irish Potatoes now ready for the Crawford lass case left yesterdayfor dock made by eleven o'clock. The to half a' dozen flavors here... .. lady; friends. to enquire for them.. ,
ant.lnlC; *2 per bubhel, or M per bar- Tltusville where' his applicationfor threateningaspect of the weather, 'There's'more than twice that' "" ," ; # : a' -

ll.t Leave orders at my pfflce.. W. ball heard by Judge Jones. which however. real was 'more in appearance number from which to' select 1 1 FOR SALE 'if. .KISSIMMEfE., ONLY BY \' .ft" ,
than it cleared be-
tbe as
Van Duzor. We regret to learn of the death Of away the flavoring for your

public Is cordially Invited to the two-year old child of Mr. and Mrs. fore the start was made, kept.some "

' lend the Christian, and Missionary Ed. Keene which occurred at their From going who otherwise would; but SODA WATER. IH..C.. S'fa ford \ ,
this did not depress the spirits or lessen ; :
Illance meeting next Tuesday ntorht home in the Shingle} Creek neighborhood All are'rioh fruit' syrups and' w'TIo'

I the Court House last Monday. Cholera. Infantum the enjoyment of those who were 'perfectly delicious. _.. ..... _" 1 ':,
In the-party. unless It was Iri"t.he nature : ... -..,\
, ilss Gregory returned. home 1ft given as the canse. The soda water' is '''pure and '
t May .
KissImmeB. :
of a regret that of the invited '.OrlQinatbr oi ''bow' Prices in :
any :
jit Saumlayfrom Birmingham, Al..., Miss Jeanette Watson left this morn. should have. cause been ''de- wholesome: and everything :. ,." : .'
'1 re i she has been visiting with rela- Ing for a visit of la few days to friendsat around and about the fountainand 1/' ',{i.I'
of a
prived participation an occa ;
les for some time.. West Palm' Beach; after which she 'sion'so enjoyable. The' party was counter i is clean and: in-; . .F 1ti.,.,...f\ ':":,:

pome heavy rains have''fallen. In this. will go to complete'her collegiate composed of Missca.IiubyOliver.Bet. viting. ,,,. ,. ., I 1.;
at Lynchburg, Va.-Miami Metropolis
nunity since our last issue. About course tie Aultman, Ivy Clouurh Shelly Smith "
4 : 'r
' i Inches is reported to have fallen Alma Baaff.Gertrude Kenner- Mable VVVVVVVVVV li tJVV1f1) .: .

arcoossee l Tuesday. '. We regret to learn that Capt. Ma Parker, Lannle Bass and ,;Ilss Van Kissimmee ,Drug CoeFOR ; '-f",." ,w' .. ,9 -

Irs. C. M. B ax ley has been oonfinU ling has beea on the sick list this week, Heel. Miss Bertie Johnson and Mrs. P TIME '

> her room with an attack of feVer and that the cause of his ailing was Aultman, obo.>>arones. Messrs: Howard I NAs:: THE .
|eral days this week, but we are the failure I of the Shamrock to outstripthe Katr, Carson IIIcton, .James. Carson ;

need to know Is Improving. Reliance. Cheer up Captain' the Howard. Ralley, Earle! Lupfer- ? '
Shamrock Is too much Irish and you Malcolm Wa.rlnjand Oeora-el'ltI'.ker. J. '
Ir. J. L. Reaves, of Winter Gar FOR :6O DATS {
moo much American to take the Inevitable .t
1, a brother of Rev J, T. Reaves, For Sale. I

t Jived irrtown last Friday' to accept so much to heart. QneSniaUey No.-8 drag saw and 1 PRICKS: WILL: ,BB REDUCED. ON .OUH ENT1 EL : +t
A, Dann wife and childrenof '
otftlon In Reaves& woods' meat Joseph two 7 foot saws; one Peacock wood ; .UN":8' : .
jrket. Miami spent a portion: of the week splitter, 62 Inch fly wheel, 4 inch *> 3" \ =

' amongtheir friend of ,thla' place. axle; one Poaoock-wood spllttorr s. All indebted to me will and'psj'' ,f< r
aherty;who has pitched for. the and .persons 'please'.call! J..,...
residents of Klsslm- plete-shafting, pulleys connections '
this-season Is to They were former th'efr accouistgr as same must" 'be, c1 u.d. ',
Jcago Americans have friends ; all pew and, used but little. uV:
j athletic coach at Rollins this year. moe where theyyet many Splitters guaranteed to split any kind II .'- S.

I ii an athlete who does not use to- who were glad'to see them and to learn of wood. The lot Is offered af- about /0, ". .. _
... that they'were well p1l1asAC'and prospering /50 per cent of. Its value. Jf Interested SONI
-'' \ In their new home.A communicate with the Valley Gaze tte ALB m-f 6TArNPQIRDt 'J"4 ? w.: W A T
a t.. Roebuck arrived from B...- *, '
heavy flash.of lightning Wednesday ooooJ
ger on his steamer, Sunday afteri t /
several of the tele- oo
n i end on Tuesday left for that afternoon put L STRICKLAND. S. $. JOHNSON.;, ? r
out of business, .
temporarily .
hones -' '
with a load of miscellaneousArt. :. ,
which however were repaired''as' soon PHONE no. 61. .
4, ght.1p I
l .
3 .as the passed. Messrs., Add. '
D P. Oraham returned aoodmpa-. home and George storm: Gilbert, who yare working Strickland & Johnson !4111111 41q. t t tt"tl"'ttt.nJ"t"'t"tt1'n" " ' A ,';a
$ i Winston last Saturday : Wm. Moseleyand
on their bargeand_ NORTH KIS8IMMBB. PHONB N.'0 .. ..
Graham his .
her W. 8. .
by son, ; Theo. Leslie, who were on the ball = 5
i and child who'spent or two_ felt the shock. r : \
have '
t ground .are said to : C. W' :GRIFFIN '
+ tiU place. H r DEALERS 1NIFresh ,fj
,Vleet and Lever Gregory Ee
Harry ;yan
b .'A. E. TJearden left.on; 'Fridayht returned from their 'hunting strip j' Vegetables: ;{' i ;;Etc.. I ... #
last for Clinton 8. C. 'aocom- Meats : 3
list Sunday, bringing a. hundred '.or : ,. ;.
led by his little nieces,. Susie; and :
more snake and alligator skins as trophies ,: i Fancy family GrocerieJ(
lla Leake, whoin be wUl leave there '
of the trip. .A huge'moccasin ' :
'tool and among other relatives the"foot but foetus Now in. business and solicit your trade.. The best meats the .
struck on t
i friends of Mrs":"R.: n.Libby;will the country affords will be'bandIed Vegetables when they are :to ''E '
the fangs'did not penetrate 3.
nately :
|leased V> know that she ha*, so far !llesh-only grated ft, but .sufficient be hadPrompt service, liberal. dealing* and goods guar E .'RFSI-T..ME.A.T: : ..: .._.. ";>(,.

r 1 vend froni her recent Illness as to draw blood.' Ammonia was '''pouredover anteed.:; phone us your.wants.NEXT E I ,. 'of '{" flP'' .

llsmlssed\ from the hospital': in Or the wounds'"and. aside from' a E I '' solicited 'fi
at hour ; ? ,'iJ" .
; day, any patronage :.
lo where she went for medical treat slight swelling otbe' fooy'po': Inconvenlence -, : DOOR'' TO POST OFFIpE.' =. E every | .'. .,'
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nursing We hope her. ra' WM WUUUWWUlWn"" r'
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TTHL'.fYST - - ,- -,- '- .-. '-""= -- .,. .., ._---, -' .. -..... ... ... -. -- -- ,--,.--- "
"Nonsense,, my Aviv," Interrupt : '
R17 or Tf her .father,' quickly,' and not without> JOHN

nervousness.. "What on earth should SEAMAN

N. .; : : } 3.EF such a person want with uaf We havenothing I ,
//0 1
1// In the' house, worth stdUIajr; S

and If we 'bad, do you suppose tb...
'/ the verson-wbo Was so very eklllfulIn -
('"\ I IIllllllltlllllhlll getting away and In evading All cisterns and 'other vessels for the Sale Food
tice, would try to':batter'our doors loT storage,of water. should Ira furnished ,.
You are talking nonsense, Theodora." with; accurately fitting co\rr and wire '
But TlIlodotl100k8() stubborn. Then gauze caps to the pipes for the purpom '
'a of excluding inosQullos. All open and Stable. Stable.Livery ,
1I_ Clifford made suggestion."It ,", _.- .
permanent collections ofwater really .
you think that why don't you _
Nh inform _tho police? They would_..bey required for Irrigation, washing or
\&&* Florence\ Wardln stiff an am.busb.! for .this person, gnd wou1 r otlMwptirpoHes" ilionUfbe: 'lrented once

"Autti-or'ot T\c Aousc on Has Marsh.!' crcj certainly of; bin free visits youfrom, in any 'cape the.,"annoyance atl'uctlon a. week with of larvae kerosene oil for. 'tbo*! ile. Finest 'Turnouts in Town.'

t Robert Bonoec'a Bon.: I'' J
lcopyrigktr'leaf >T. -
To the y'ouna' man'al Surprise Colonel, .
CHAPTER :XIX the point of fainting! ;' And Clifford Bo'stal's face assumed ,nu expression In' the case of'radium, that rare and

{ Continued. saw by the light that' came through of alarm which he' tried-in vain, to, t'aluti'hlo"lubslau'O which bill but recently' -

N, '"Ml Bostal takes' her part I- did the dusty, paiies above the front and hMe; but A'USS, Theodora broke In.Iii been discovered, scleuc j .Is absolutely Ac.nt it-itfor Standa arffiun= 1 Company.IISSIMMEE u
DOt thInk the flrlod- p-UUle creature the back' door, that her I little plashed uinplmutly: "'*_ '. un'ftMe to account Tor the radioactivity .
Ih'ld! at terrible which hurls oft little cbrpundesoforganic
bad some
face grown 1
*; had it In herr said Cllfford.wlUiad* "That Is Just wha tell him, Mr .
"'. t.thn'iight."Well.-' substance with a speell l of:
miration. "I shall go and see-her. ICInff, but be jvon't hear or Jt. Perhaps
what happened last -nightOhT ( better; 120.0OO miles a second, traveling nearly
"That Is last, what she 'wantsi youR you will pe topersuade ..
do" replied Miss Lansdowue. "She said Clifford, peaking' In ns! him than I:" oue-Imlf ns'fast ns light,- nn< cheerfula tone he could, In the and In this manner without the least
often that X- --Xb Colonel for
has said soflto me so leaded<< back
thought when' I saw I bad a chance hope "of soothing! her nerves. But Instead In Ills chair and drew Iils'daugUter'nlittle change InIts molecular construction" or )
of answering at'once little' Miss: 'the! least loss chemically; **
vf>> >speaking to. you I would not 'let thin bands round his .houl) rll.
'If 'slip.-' - Bostnl I, suddenly opening again her "I always think" he Maid; after nJong -
"It Is very good of 7 UO said 'cut faded llght-yea.audstnrlng'. \ at him' pUoiU-p during which strange .During the 'cataclysm of the Inland :RIVEEEOtTTE. w

ford. "Which was the dance you said. with solemn intentness, ledlilm-ttltbe- -i'asbed-through--Cilfford'a-- of Krakatoa, twenty miles from Java, ..

_ ,I might have?" door of-tbe drawing-room, 'which she mind, "that It 1st better pot to- stir up Australasia 1882 every vestige of
p The nest morning; before, IUDcheozhtime unlocked and threw open with a tragic scandals that are past and 'Jon-j with.I life was .destroyed absolutely The STEAMER LILLIE' .STEAMER ROSEADA r i
be.was at Stroan. i gesture. mny have my own suspicions that first living things to appeal upon 'the Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson; -Jr-;

It was a bright day, and there.was Took -In- therewhispered; she. the annoyance we suffer from Is connected pumice-stone lava'and nth were microscopic Regular weekly trips, to Baselnger and return.__Ro.eada leaves Klaslnv. t
only Just enough wind .to stir the air Clifford obeyed, and say nothing with the uncanny BtOI'It'1We algae. When the Island was visited mee Tuesday morn Ing?and arriv.eauKisslmmee Friday evening a,

pleasantly on his way across the< whatever; for ,|It was dark.' When, have, beard so much about. .But still by Mr.JIemsley three years Jiftcr.ward Special Charter Trips to Lake Okoechobee and Fort Myers on the LJIlle.

marsh road.' The .sun shone on the after a few minutes' spent -rather' I will not Interfere and I refuse to ,- the.algae,; had decouifxmPd! tint Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable.

white,'chalky soil, and the place Where ,uncanny silence on the part of the ('allID the aid of the police We lOustuot surface so that fern Beds carried by The most picturesque Waterway In FlorIda. ,

_ the body of Jem Stickles had been lady hIs eyes got used to the gloom forget' that In delivering up this storms hadtaken root. In 1897 botnn For Passenger and Freight Rates 'apply to ,

found was now no longer distinguish he saw that the windows had beenbarricaded 'unknown person who.lIouoa., us, we Ists who visited the Island found six I"- CLAY JOHNSON SR., Proprietor,
v t able by any outward sign' from' the from the inside In the might be exposing otberi'to danger.*' two species' of .vascular plants. The Onboard "Llllte." Klsslmmeo Fla. ,

r 4'rest of the grass-grown border to the most thorough and ingenious manner "What papa?"' asked Miss majority of Uio_:>eeds had certainly!

road.People i bad, begun to forget th< with furniture and wltH".planks lulledaerosairomside Theodora quickly. been cast" the sea, the temniuderhavtdg .
tragedy, and even the fresh interest lb side. 'iJut tho Colonel would uotanswer.fie . beenrVlud' borne. or. carried. by """... -
excited by the more recent events at "Why said be- 'unton.sliiiient, the( :birds..
turned tbe conversation to another '
ar the Blue Lion had by this time faded "you seem to be preparing to stand a subject, and the Interesting topic was. f e.VERQ: MAN HIS OWNDOCTCXR,

In their minds; relegated to the background siege.!bah' not again touched upon until. Clifford, lArd Raytelgh for some time pant has "By J. Hamilton Ayera, MD. ;
by the 'pressure! of some less He already made up his mind been ('nrr'hllrJut experiments relative
(stirring but newer occurrence. that the eccentric little lady bad gone stood having In taken the hall lenyeof with irissT:Colonel lieodorn.. to the surface tension of liquids. This A 600-page Illustrated Book containing *a.ta.bU Information pertaining t

s' The Blue Lion Itself looked tnclanjcholy out of tier mind. "Io I down tension! is at the minimum In pure to diseases of tbe human system, showing bow to treat.and

enough, having''been uninhabIed !.- "We-.are besieged," .she. whispered here you know" be then why asked.came water, but by the application of tip. ours with simplest medicines.. The book! contains analysis of 1.
for a montii. With Its doors eloped! with a look which confirmed Clif today smallest drop of oil or grease the 'ten courtship and marriage; rearing and management of children. besides X41
? asked
"Xot "Miss Theo
shutter barred, with broken ford's hypothesis. "I can"see that you dorn. "We to fee could ns hardly have hopc'd.for .. lIon la reduced considerably. This fact valuable) prescriptions, recipes, etc., with a full complement of ...
.' In its upper windows It was don't believe me that you think It Is : may be easily demonstrated-by\ dippinga facts in materia medics that everyone should know. l
contrast to tbe little inn he only-my'fancy. But ask uiy father." that. small piece of (,camphor Into "pure This most indispensable adjunct to every well-regulated household iUl b4j
and thank
known. No market- arts now And before Clifford could make any "It wee to Sel"OU to Miss you water and It will rotate very rapidly.' mailed postpaid, to any address., on receipt of prioe, SIXTY CENTS.
for trust In Nell. I 'met
up before the door; the ducks answer, she had quickly crossed the your But apply a drop of oil to the wntK; Address, ..

the chickens no longer wandered stone-flagged- passffge -h 4-- thrown Lansdowpe in town one evening and and. the ..*Mt4"'-..'*,.'-4-*.At....Irkti-.. fnn........."..' limno.....-.. *.!..!. a
she told me ;you were the one person ATLANTA PUBLISHING 11TD'T
the road; the shed where the open the door of the dining-room and who still! Ix-ileved In her Innocence." I1tf'I)'. According to Ix>rd Knylolsli u HOUSE f J.A11TA.oa. !s
had stood was empty and already with a gesture. Invited Clifford to Him of oil on water rosy/ t he so thin
But to his chagrin, the little lady
of repair. Clifford, after one ter. that Its thickness Is no more than one
sighed and looked lown. At last she -
walk around into tbe little garden and As the young man- did so. rule?!;'., "said: twenty. Jve- nIllJontl1 of an ImU.wli. .
down to the shed .where be bad first tearing what -sort of conversation h" Is computed to be in probability ,the "
met Nell, hurried away from the desolate should have to bold with her be wjs "I Uld hold"out as long as ctould, size of molecule of the oil
'spot and made 'baste to reach much relieved to find hat the Colonel against the thought of her guilt Mr. Florida East Coast Ry. {
' *. 1(lux; but I must confess that) I, too, .
Shingle was there; sitting by,the fire. with life) : In analyzing tb'e' lK't'trUD1 of I the Mm
.; But a change had come- over this spectacles on, reading a weekly paper. have had'to give way t<* overwhelm- _the astrophysicist employs what\ Is ._ -

b'-' place also. To begin with the stormsof But[ .Cllfford's, astonishment nnd i lag circumstances evidence. which In face have of some fresh called a "dlffractlon-ffrntlng," in order. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II J 1903.. .
now come
the winter bad dealt barrhly with alarm, ibe change In the old man wus I to 1I1)lIt11)- the white solar light Into .
the old hou e. Some states had been as great as in his daughter.* to my 'koo'It.dg(",. I don't see how I the many hues of which it is composed' $OUTHBOUND-READ ('OWN.- - IIOIINtOUIiD-READ UP. t

carried away and had not been replaced Colonel Bostal, although his clothes can escape the conclusion that she did states the-Amerlcan Inventor. The dlr.rractlongra I

and tree, blown down by a were always shabby and old-fashioned, commit these crimes" '--- tllIg is simply n' ruled BUT.- 11.\11I\ lIo.t1IL IT&TlOIl3- I Ne.C1 1I..7S '
; Clifford drew -hlBif 'lfupwith a Dahl Belly. DAi1,. rlI
southwesterly gale,now blocked the litP had always retained an air-of soldiery facet but the lines are DO closely drawn'that -

tie bit of ground which formed the frontgardeo. I; trimness, bad always kept his' hair -great- shock of dlsappolntanvqtr-IIere, i ,the plate to the eye' presents merely .O.L".. ..... ........3..klOn"III.. ........::.";;.;.,.. Tlaa
where he expected a. fortress! he founda V S455..Soyacksonvlll...............1.v tore
It bad injured the corner of closely cut and his snow-white' IUUK- l I a rather rough appearance The most : Y tQ 10611. ... .. ... ........An5utlee... .. ............... 00aItR IR1'a -4
the house In Its fall, bail carried away ache well trimmed, so that be had quagmire accurate machine ever constructed for 05I I' It 18. .t...-.. .. ....-..... U.. I..,.... .......... ... .. ..16 ...
father I 45s .. . . .. .E.paleYa: .. .. ... . ....
'one o( the outside shutters of the borne a certain air of smartness and "In fact It is becuilui-! my_ tbe of ruling n surface wax de. : -t M. -4 B,
purpose : &b'1 1 'j'"r. .. .... ... .. . .. .. ..
.0 l1 .I..I.I . .. .L. "
feels that the who >
drawing-room front window and dlstln tfo Now -he had lost every sure person comes | vised by the late Professor How-land. ap.W ;tti..!!....150Lv.. . .......... , .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .A. 0'1101.._ ? cat.. .
smashed half a doien of the small trace of It. -shoulderfa{ were bent. ht'-e to annoy us Is the very same crea I That machine Is almost a living: thing. b- W= 1 ,,1' ....: *i .... .-e.o")4t., ,........ .... .... L;. .. .... "
a ""panes of glass, which bid been left Ills hair had been 'allowed to grow ture who Instigated the girl to Commit It certainly Is more sensitive, for whenIt !5 :>> ... ..... a { Ly.. ,..... .......11....Mateo ...... ... ..,...Ar_ !io: "E.I' "ieCa fqNr
broken. Sheets' of brown these crimes; that he refuses, to give .. -nJp Lv............._:.,....0".....'....... ..., ....L. /son mw0Z .
paper bad long. His mustache hung ragged and Is'In operation the room In which it C Uj. mrp I1 .. ..... ...... ....BunJl..I. ...... .... ........ .08. '.
k been paated on the_inDer'side ''of the untrimmed over a _rough and' straggling : Into1'matlolCto"tbe police. 'Is kept is lockeitr for fear that the a.. 1 '01' 4 ....... ......... :.....Dul'Onl........ .:;.n..... .111. 'IC"4. ... n
;window completing "And who' Is the person?" ftsl l'dClIl1'ord 3'" lp.. ..... ... .,... .....O'ID"nI........ ...... ..... IID. t 611'4 PI
the ...
_ : desolate1 ap- beard. More than tile. there movements= or"ft human being might c I0ap it p.........._...... ..Daytnns ..... .. ...... ..l cltpo-;.! of the old house. Clifford, warln, his eyes a look as pitiful in Its : qultkly."A seriously nll'Ect.lts work. Some. Idea F: -.. l Up "P..P.r'Or.h/n... ;............,.,.. .. loe..5P rrti I
N' as approached the young man who has obtained a' '"' 10 I'' ............ :.....Nnr Iln"J....,...;..,.....s... f t3. I' 01'1I0'
gate found that ;rstlesimess as tile haunting ezprento'n of tbe precision of the- machine may be III 10 I' fJ ...,....eo...........O.k. UIII. ....n... I I' Ii I'll'
t the tree bad fallen In such I Influence over her; and who has !i ...... ... :III of
a manner which Clifford bad noticed .it) frjnt gained when'it-considered that It .call O. g i I I IS p TllupvU. ".i. : 1 $4 a l' "
} that It probably by this time become Her hus .. 1 p.' .........pu.n,0ocos ..... 12 n. SIp 0'-0
_ was Impossible to get In,,Look- hiss TheodoraYivft. .a '", 'rule. 30,000 lines to'tho inch. .. > 1 1I5 .. ........dl.pp" aurklefa. ".".. U'U II' l
Ing up doubtfully at the windows he The old man started when ho" 4'''' band replied Miss Bostal. .. .1&:11: : """..........._:.UQ.-'II.' ypi-" UI' p lifts
:. f' Clifford could .not 'rt'press. a move .11I ,If II p .."................N.Ihotirna' !1J:.,.,... 1 FaPy n... tu
cmugbt .
-sight: ;> a-little.,withered.fa v tliy yJ.ltor'-ro.and held out his hand IB ft Corn* of elb.rla u. 1... II' ........ ..........a..U.n ....:... 1.011.; 1 .
?. Cray, haunting, peering-but at him with mechanical-61d-'fasbfoued 'co'lrt.." neat of anxIety' at these vordr. Miss I know of a moan, after 1. a Ot a '0" ...................- 8t.. La..I....... Jr; I'J' 11l1f..J.. >:II t ..
I&: 0 I .... ... ...... ,,.... .
40P.' : .Je ..0 '
from behind iostal tried to persuade him to iii
the come l' with his five eons III : I' PI"
meager muslin cu'rXaln. e.3';, but it was doubtful whether' be violent'quarrel pig ;.=....:..Tbha''. ...... II tibia n t
... '
I .. ';--. recognized him. bock into the dining-room wltb her I .Announced aloud his wish to die. The ..i: .... f// IIP.----------. ...........I'd..n.............. .. / 1061. O.4, eeyy,
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Was It or was it not Miss BosUl'sT \1lslI.Bostal. went softly .round has and to stay to tea. But he excused t nest .morning he thought better of It 4w: .i ifs .. .. ... .. ... .... /141' 10.0.IO/Oa,1z ;! YS.,4
For a moment he stood undecided with hair with her quick, bird-like little himself and with a rather colder J. nnd retracted; his. words, ; but-so I was L.... im/s fOp.. .. ...... .. ...... H" ICllh :IIO Y
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bis .band upon ,the gate.. Had some steps, and put tier hand gently .on his cave-taking than he had expected, Ke I Informed In all seriousness-the revengeful I- 1148 1101 .. ..,'.... ...... .. : HI' a'UII ts. -40.,2. .
terrible calamitythedeath of the boulder. left the house by the back door, and spirits shortly afterwned inflicted wM sea i I. .....................Jensen------------------: ICI .tea "0-i j ::! N''
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Colonel, the illness-of his daughter- "Dear papa," she said In h whisper heard Miss Theodora draw the bolts. 'I the hoof disease on his herd Is I- e el s I .. .f' 7 I"' a JII !:

fallen upon tbe place like a blight? "don't you remember Mr. King? He before be reached the end of. the go and took away three of his sons one tl':>!> .6Aa 10. I II 4Ip s..w........................;... : I ;'i"Op, . f Z -Z
.Should be go back and mete Inquiries was here in the summer. You do en.This after another. 00. _-.!..4... ...... .. .......: 0 ens II.
at ,the,nearest cottage before he venlAred remember, don't :yon?" visit had left an extraordinary .v 1l1qallhowe'l't'r, tbe man who has SOHKDtn.ES: OF BRANCH LINES. I ?

.to intrude upon what mtghrtte "Oh yes, certainly I do; of COI' 'ill" Impression upon him. j proclaimed his wish to die remains -_ ,

some great grief I I do Theodore."responded the Colonel), There had flashed through his mini' firm until Die end. I met In 1895.: at BAinrOIlD BRANCH.STATIOK . OaANQJD CITY DUANOIt.CT .
:There Will au ancient cottage close with 8.'alight frown at the Implication! as liP noted the effect which Theo- tbe Anus Fair In the Kolynin: countrya I

by'which bod-once been a toll-bouse. hat be was losing his memory. "Sit dora: prattle made upon her father I man by the name of Katlk who Dill *. Daily No. 12 llally; DallyJfJP ST4TIOX*. >

.U. thought be would knock at tbe down, Mr. King, and tell us what the an uneasy suspicion whether the, said that be wanted to get rid of the LT.........THu.TOU......... p P>"y Dally 1
'door and try to find out something, and world Colonel himself not In troubles of this world. He had no apparent HIIMs r LY..Mh..4'li) ? J' 10 IesLv.1r.In'T ....... '
great is doing. was some way LT........... ......,....Aril. 6< a ii ii iiTL: .'. rf. I. lOp' i
was retreating for-that: purpose; when Then Clifford &w that hi momtnt Implicated In the murder of Jem Htlcceln .I Illness but his zest for life bad > LT.........:Xncarprla*..........Aril., SO a \16 Slil'6 ,. 11 SD.a L ..Oall4 ..,. &I'.4r an :.Ar,ii ,I".. ( ootP tt '
'a'hurried tapping on the lie Intended* lea Ar..Sanford ......... .1TllOOaOataan 10 n aUr .O.CII
glass of the the old man had 'become quite himself and the robberies at the Blue completely vanished, and Je..LiII41 _15 i t

upper window made him look round and It was the weight of moi'ne Lion. It waa quite clear tha.t poor to start for the land of his forefathers /,w Sunday JT5T; N.,1 *Dally aTTT MATPOHT BaANOU.No.. 18 TiiTl? ;I

again. Miss no.tal-If It was Indeed care which bad given him his changed Hiss Theodore bad no Inkling of this, He was 88., eager for death as if It ... only 7' ...11.." I 1).111. Oat.. --

.she-made a sign to him to go round appearance. The young man was ory for she chattered away without 'evennoticing meant for him a pleasant journey to a > 'pop a SOaS LT......,.JaaktonTllla. .....'Ar .... . bally.1loos .
to T 4Ha
the back of the house. when .Miss :Theodora at once recalled her- father's'uneasiness.. It distant but very interesting country.The I 10 IS a / Sla LT.... .'0. Jioka .n.lile..I.. .... f STaT 1'I t. I t p
Obeying her .mute direction be her'father to the anxiety which was in vain however that Clifford I vicinity*of the-'Russian fort, was III least '/ 011" 5OSa4.y..PabloBeaeh.* 14. LT....AU.ntlo n.acb.Lv. ......LT ......: ::: rta It Ma I p P

found his way back to the little side- was pressing upon both of them. tried to imagine any series of circumstances no place for the fulfillment of his wish, 1100{ i ::01> t lJa AI....... .Majport. ......LT ....:;:: 'T 00 4a a 1116.USOaThaa /top t
gate ln'the paling passed through "I which be bad to It for a couple of
want you to tell Mr. King papa, by the old Colonel so delay Tim Taldeeshow tha tltnn al which trains
into the garden and presented himselfat she said as Clifford took the chair could havebeen Implicated In the <, months; but when next I met Kntllt's: from' .v...-....1 .tafoaa. but their. rlTal.qr. ... a maybe' the Ume.adesetad.tat'd io h.m"DO\ .. .r.nJ:.rt.
tbe back door. He noticed with offered him "about the terrible pere. crimes. On the other hand they remained |: wife early In the fall, she was already I a.r r_ilea. the OOlRpAD hold UNit .pa..lbl. toVy.,or say oon..quena.i Lng .,..,.:
surprise, as be. passed .the two lower cutlon we have been subjected to latcy Just as inexplicable... at toe a widow. She told me the details of I
windows the one at the side and the since- the Blue Lion bas been. shut hands or any other person.It j I her husband's death in a very simple KEY WEST' AND HAVANA '
; other at the back of the house, tbat' up." was with a great sinking of the ; way. He was strangled with, a lasso. .

the blinds were drawn down* Sorely, "It's not a very lively subject" objected heart that Clifford began to feel hla She held his head ,to her lap* R 'l1.twOof PCNSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

then the Colonel was dead bet her father, whose face fell athisdaughter's own belief 'In Nell's complete Innocence his sons pulled tbe ends of the rope.Iiatlk's la Effect April 13, 1903.

hourht.Jl&badDottlmetpeeulateA' words. 'However, twill giving way. lie was forced''. wife- told me also' that he Vas ....- ...,

u to why, in that case, the upper tell yon K the story Is. worth, again to' take refuge in the belief that cheerful to tbe last and even joked the ALv'. San..Tbjr.I SOUTH''B3I/D.'':'' .. ...?,.,, .S 011no t.y 8.r.naYnn. Ia0UN0. ,.'It

when front rooms be had bad their blinds up, telling." It she had been an agent In these crlm- [ very moment his face was being con I'A .qwSIUI..LT.bur., W.' ..,{ .. i \ArBeyWe.tMes. ,.F, ,I; .,:::':::::.:.:: ./ It t'OIa'' *,.

1 one within heard dra win the"back sound of some ..Clifford, although he was Indeed nal acts she had been an unconscious ( red with, tbe hood of the death coat 4r- ._ .W..n.JOTI........ ...,. .,....... T ,?"., Lv AT Miami", were Tn e..eal.Tan.. I.. .'............'"............, J..f1P". ...
a bolt and
curious to bear the narrative, protect oue. And the thought which was I, to prevent those present from seeing
.. then another and .another. ed that he did not wish to do so. as uppermost ii\ bls mind was: What his last struggle-WaldrosD Bosoms, Far oy of Looal '1'1... Card or oilier. Information add,.;. .? A.fnt.
Then the I
. door was opened by Miss he saw that his host was uy> no' means steps should be take to find her? The In Harper's Magazine i..
Bostal, who put out her head ,.., .
to throw anxious to relate It. But Miss Theodora reeling which was strongest In Jila ..r
_? one, frightened glance round the garden insisted. ; heart was the desire to shelter her Corals of the ."..uo< '
and' then,',selling his proffered "Well, then" said the old* gentleman from the consequences of those acts. It Is a' common' notion that corals

band, drew him hastily Inside, and began It is simply this: At least half .But the question was: How' to find grow; only in tropical -and subtropical ';=::

immediately- to replace tbe bolts, .a doses times since tbe Blue Lion her? Clifford had been dpwn to' I waters' ; and. that no coral reefs are to :1ar1'

Clifford could notbelp' 'feeling' has'beflrdell'rted we have been annoyed Stroan already to make Inquiries but be found along our own familiar coasts '

nmcsed, took care not to by knocks and blows on our bad been unable to obtain any tidings.1 j c Asa matter of fact; coral formations

_ :show it It seemed to him clear that doors and windows Itt night., And of the uncle or the niece more define stretch all. along the Atlantic const of '

the recent .ocr=urrenceq in the neigh- although we have done 'our best to : than the vague rumor that George 1, the United States, although the reefs WE

Isorhood had'got on' the?: poer' Jlt.Ut'1"'oman' find.out who It ,Is,. that annoys u_ln Claris was; "shut up somewhere."' ] do 'not rise" so' high that they project e Do Job Printing :

bralnand'mgde her absnrtlly > I thIs manner, vre have been unabli to Clifford paused for a few moment from the water. Some of the most i :
enou. about the safety4,of her do so." I outside the garden gate' of' Shingle 'beautiful of the living coral DOW oV ,
own little person and not very vnluaWe ."And 'have Idea End wondering whether he nvould J JI : York I
a' you no suspicion exhibition the yiew Aquariumwas .
property; L\\ r' ', v .!? >ly for information to the police at 1] dredged' up from the Atlantic Of All

.MIou are" welt secured'egainr-- .Tho Colonel ,shook his bead !in a troan.. |t was a atep he dreaded to Ocean almost within alJLlt: 'of the city of I :r Kinds. ;

; 4. Tars, I'.ee. said he, as h! JasU'teilupon troulll d..nd anxious manner,' but take although he' began to' think It I j New York, and there ore many coral: 4
doing: .the-! ,work of boKluc the HSR. Theodora 'her was the oily one likely to '
lead tbe
pursed lips had to patches still closer to shorn Oeu., .'
door for1 her, and was ;surprised to .Cn; bow sojld, '' and strong tb" ?:ctf U<:Q bar* :. :. As he stood "' ': : We Can :
'4 . \"I theory, she said. And looking vaguely blll'j although/ sometimes It ,has a i 4 k Please You. '
; .1'
ant he waited to be asked what ber.thOOtf7 Le road he. suddenly perceived! an brown tint.; PInk coral Is found oii.islonally -, : .

I.L-k i ,TbcjlitUc) yromua started rJbc'st wan' I' woman; who.,was standing. at the ; .bu\ It, .Is' ,rare.-New' TorkPress. 4 .
nDmpeC", Clifford expressed the "'|"tied.torC'1rloalt7" of be-- \nclent'tornpure cottage.- ". .:...
r ,. '"Ob )cr. Klngr gdgt'el cie". *.. a: !'y linking and nodding at hIm In a, lays'erlous'iuannerr'He 4 ... .. ..
:ton* :;6f ,acute terrors ;"Don't.mtiietoles ' "'I believe," she wont c on.. with 4 roar: took -a few'steps A..walla' ...._t,'WI.I",. ... .....

:.sbou; It, ..It'..too ,dreadful I Ictlonj *;'fhat It la the person:who bas la. her direction andshe came out In. Tbe'.aversg yIeld of the-wheat liar- 4 t j

''II ;/;'' aever'feelatef; ( l Last, night- Ob.' been at the: bottom' of the mysteries the toad in meet him,', ' rest of.. "Australia Js six bushels., '1 I ')

.'".' f-,'jab. *,p4gsed: ( /. C1o/Ingeber yes_ M-'if"oa T>! 'T' hove"been suffering, here_! + lately." i f ,'; /' ,pr. acre)80G30tOnai'; and .the surplus available for-- 'r

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Tfl ME. LITTLE' ONE. lonesome giant trudging' awa't' to his : I.hfot:;y put\>> _poll a nntlttng J- ltov '
Gome to me, one,drawer and 'dear furnished'room In'.they hotel she would, I eminent Astroaomet, atter'p: Inled f Georgia Southern ""

.Mother. will. apare me her darling a while. alt alone for.hours after the cblldroa'I +Oa..a lt-1 oat that\ even If the theory were correct -
I am so lonely when twilight u here! had arooe'to' bed and wonder If his ; Id'.Wyuld: require the bsrnibg of 9, :iae smile y arm,' lovi, and nuatU: and visits. If his confidential manner ''and UiMAKER : : ( tothl4d'' -* '*
r 'Florida '
talk ,If his 'extraordinary.... Interest In-,. r fi & Ry. .4
I hive no little I ono dearie, like you, her"nnd'the Jlttt ones "meaptny. uy. and (he! scheme was abandoned '
N No little hand to hold cloae in the night. thing" And .'if sot AHGIEHT' 'F' IflODERti.{ as too expensive, i LOCAL -TIME' i TABLED' ,
No onto to dream. of the Jonely; : hours "Suppose," she woutd say, looldnxr 'C.\\So. S A.NIT' 'rfAlX. ++

.Nc one through to wake, for fcbcn Godsend.. the' Into cheerful her little handsome Imlrror face- her, '"suppose own ,round ho; -- Napoleon U credited with first noticing ,'j ' :.. : EFFECTIVE JUNE.'a$,. 1903., ,_ _
light and making Use of"the "fact", that .
should What Ask you to marry t _
Ton Oh Lea! Tweet! '" I .. t . bnttlt'.*art usually followed by> henry
are ao sorry you,m/ him. WhIt would you sa7, .
Dear little nutar.lhat'wipe ott: sue teen! she would smile a little doubt. : here rtilnn.. During: the Franco-Prussian j .,10, !
Little soft body they and treat little white-the feet. terrible. lU1Jr.d\l And Ibe:shook. her bead, and putting F.'iII'.:.-. : theory wnwany14'lntelllgeat oC ,rain War and our Mexican aud "Civil:; 'wars'' C4 Jio'J.::! h1 gTdT10V8, 11k'I :'
you .
Bowowry? out the light lay down to think It ; : II .wf'li tried to. 'Cnun* l jor it 1.t.tPcllhat. every great battle Will ,I 1'11'; . .. . .
followed by heavy lain storms. In
Life( ;iafe1r, II- to baby lile. ]. J -.'. all over. There' was nothing 'puUa-!' W drive It away according: to 187" Edward Powers published a book .IOU 1 so .." ............ .... ?Y. A1a... ..10.Y. ...... 4 0 il fd4
All thing -wonderful a I under you the sun. cularly romantic .about :Miss Boggle. i their needs. The rain god .. atl".f .................... .Kathl.en.... .,,........t...... Lv 911 1t.. 1014
Rainbow. ere real and all atoriea are true. She was a demure,, modest little soul! oc tike u"age was frightened with torii- entitled "War ,and, the Weather, in so .,.. I' ""......;................ 01'O".01A .................... ;: 9 .
wbtm"198 battles of the Civil War are .80 10.11&0 ..; .... ..... ......
1' Would they might 1 be eo when childhood but.. being she could bota'old wbe'CtJ"'It"nto .ar1 .1 Vn.ctIU..4.. .. .. Icep
j. done. a woman. a tows and ,hallooing" or described everyone" of ,which was Im 197 >9Y 1131 .?f....,... ... ..fu Vleo". ,..'. .....,...... '..... ". 1 1 ile 51',1,
pondering such a denouementfor "giving' down'".Jly sacrificial offttlngs. mcdlatelyfollowed by 719 14 148 h ...t :1..rt-N ...j.COrd.I..,....?.........,..!.... 1 1 iso 1"
Wide little .".. that'....jjuentioning so. this persistent friendship a man some of them probably human 'lteh lf1l.! heavyshowers. 7 44 .... 't lIT :: n',";.3.. .............. 1. Arablal.o.b.:.:..........!...') 1 xvi ..., 919 ..1! h
Life u no atrancer to you than to me. whom everybody admired and respect 'Indeed, the folk lore of uiontjirlmltiv* In 1874 an unsuccessful effort was 1 all ,I ...p.... .................. ,... 1 1 a14,
The secrets worth knowing 1 never ahall thought made Interest Congress the cannonading .0 O'iii I ill ?....r.r..1iNr..a..A hburn".... .... ..I... ....t" t o t a ce
kuow . ed. It was in such terms that Bbe peoples hows that noise was theory, ,,. F. ilatermann. In' eaa a&O II ,...H... .......... 1. TI'to.-ni. ..........q" IOU 710 b'
The end of; the rainbow I never shall see. thought, of him. III!'' was no hero in 16 produce" ran.| The reeks and Ilo- New' Zealand! la thatballoons' tll .111 aal .. ......... .;...... "t. Le"oX4.....,".,. !.... ....,..... 't 1$1y1I 704'
her eyes' for the little old maid didn't, innns' ,had rain gods and numerouscharms 187thpropoaed, 811 il 3411.:: ......,....,. ..... .... @park...,......... ,.........,.": 1.1: 00 la01 .611
So; little drowsy one, nestle and sleep-. "go In" for' heroes. She fancied that and for controlling the loaded with explosives be sent 8U. .......,.... ...a .h... del ......,... .,....t......, ( II" 111 4 se'
oh lullaby-lowr ,- rites np Into the higher> *air strata and exploded 8&0 430 lib .......... : .........JI"pla. ..... "................. 11 U 14010tc01l
There always. In peace in the dreams that he would (make gentle considerate, weather. Fausnnhis describe',sucJ'rite ; a ,, afcil in 1880' Genera} ''D. Rug- 'I(' AI' .......;..............Valdosta ..........:. ...."...... ". 111 111 1 IV.
are deep, "..fe" husband for any woman. which wot performed as occasion P.X. 110 .45L".H.. ....... Valdoat........."' ............... Ar1t' 11 LM. ,
Lullaby little onet.lulI.b.loW'.. and-, demanded on :Mount Lyeaeus. In Ares glea.: of Frederlcksbnrg. Va.. patented 141 696 .'. ..... ...,... .......U.yw._......... .i..a.."...L" 10l&: 19a,9
:=Elsa-larker-.iar: Woman Home Com "He's a similar'scheme In this country. "It III ........-.. ..,......,..F&rfCO ..h..... ............ 19a
." nion. "like a father to tbe-chlldren dla. A hollow stone (manulla lapiswas ] is contemplated" he said In his memor., 'oe I'": V. ....r.....;...,. .. ..... ..BAxt.r .... ..... .:...:."...,. ... II t.8'iol
already she caught herself.saying one kept outside the. Porta Cap-ana. lab "not I 712 ... ...:... .Cutler ....("n"T..... ..,...... .. 39 I.
to Congress precipitate ..
.t night. And After that she thought of near the Temple'of MaWr-and-la-tinies !I' "' Tae: .........., .....v.crswrord ......... ... ... .. .. 11101 au'
r a. . Rh JCIngsland In a new light. What ah .of drought won drawn Into Rome Some overabundance rainfall but also, and to.check.IIOto.purlfy'Jlodremove Its fallIn 8110.X.I'.K.I 10 lr ...t........-.....,./.Jaokaonvhie. .. ..,..,n.... ..... A.X.146 P.M.I 7 to. ;}

advantage !it would be for :Mattle and' village in the central portion:of India 'over : "- ...r
durIng .
the atmosphere cities .f 1. .X.
.. ." Harry to have a guardian a protector : still have officials called Uapoeail. periods of pestilence awl epidemics. I 51? 4 46Le: .........i.J....../.. :Valdosta .?. ......... ..... A.t 14.10 Iii .
a father IIk.blin- flattie;poor child. '''boe.-lole-dl1tT-J41-raiumakinl'r When .-' 1491 ...'-.i .......... +akel'uk._'....L.1...... L.10I910Y1 '
t was not, fitted for such hard work. It does not rain often enough; and re- "Ne......: ........ ..,....JfOnnIDjf...... .... .....d.r'. 70' loo7'r' +

An"Old''Maid's The,opportunities' for a girl >or even monstrances are of no,'avail.-:*lie Clapo- pl'oprlatedt'OO j About ten\ years to )biter test the Conrrf'II'ap.caunonadIng .' .Ia9 II 018// .", ..........t..j..r..4r.whlte.,......,..;?..Ju.e. "' 1.rlDIrII.. ...1,._" .1.;....;.........m...;t II'961 940 '

for a boy, were ao small In the small genie II 1 regularly and publicly" flogged theory The teat was made on a' .7fa b 7 oo .". .;....;..+.u..u. ....Lake OltT.. ........;.....,.\.. .. 1116 I +
town. Then they--were such" pretty.; until.the god relent., ais.762 ..................! O1 1
Imaginative, amiable children."' She ranch In Texas, and although the first. 81:1: 1116( !...:................ .nampeonCllyM'n'4.. ... 110' Taa9
STUDY; OK KAlNFAtiL. new.paper.and magazine accounts a 110 811 ..... ............a. H.rapto" ............,.......:. 7 zai 7
Aunt:Sophle!,, had already determinedto Until practically the beginning of the stilted that It was entirely successfuland 'Oil .. .......t ....,..... .Orandin..H": ...:.. a' .1 '
Secret. devote her life to them. Why not nineteenth eentury'the' questions of that."at last the farmer could 934 910 ":..;t....:............ ...... 149 494.
-- - complete" her devotion to them by- rainfall and rainmaking received, little rain at will." later authoritative produce 10.1.11E/ 9&. Ar..u.I...........aPalatka! ...,.....,..,:!,....... A.7t.11.110.".11'. .ti

"marrying Kingsland"1liar <_ serious study; 'Tbe whole subject was report., one of them by an omt'ialof'tho
reflections* always come', backto in the lianda.ot'the gods, and magic Departlent of Agriculture who wit' I Schedule of the AIJ.V.ROId; "Dixie trl.e" 81'ep.r.. .

that. rites and prayers were the only effect- neepedthe'experiments' flatly (Contradicted 'HO pm Lvr.vq..Jaokiwn1111e. G. d...... By..4 ,. .......Ar 810 amll
At last one night $he' called a little tire .'' Jamed Huttou, )[. D. IIp . : . ," ,. .. aO
agencies. this .view, and deprecated: the 'r'J..YaldIJ: .. ; .o..t. am
!' M ITTLE'311e@. Sophie was an later than usual while Mettle and Harry of Edinburgh in 1784.'what was : 12 36 sin .",......'....I.Ttt'on. ........."... .. tie aID I'
of by .
were' at the concert. Miss Sophie spending any further money 1 41.m ...........Cordele. 'I -.0 "_ 142&m
old maid which means apparently tire Ant statement of the Congress on .It was ,especially 0 40 am Ar,4+... .... Mseon. .....,..:'...L"I.lam
that she had passed thlr- noticed that be was "dressed up. and present theory of rainfall. pointed out that the' standing 1115.81 ," ..,-,;... ...Atlanta-O. or G. BY 900 pm -- -
Will t.o1lwithout either a she felt the fever of curiosity and fear "There Is" he 'says "an atmospherl glved -professional iaIDwal er." by IheGovernment' 100 pm .". ........;:;..Ob..ttaJJoo. N.C.".8T.L.. IIYr", 100 p
serious. offer come Into her plump cheeks and bright la not explained 46tpm .......,.:...NAlb"UI.. 1" ....w,1.... "_ 90oam ;,,
courtship, an : She had let him into tbe little cal' appearance-which action" materially aided 1148 pm ." .'.... ......Martln ..........;... .f 45 am
,p of uinrrluge or the least Indication,that eyes by the known laws of beat" and cold. them in victimizing the Western,farmers 708.81 ... ...........St. Loup. ItL. OENT. 1lf.. ....,... .. 1030pm
ti she would ever experience either. Once parlor' but he stopped her With: It Is the breath of-anlmals becoming and the immediate result of the "Dixie Flyer": !" solid train with through _ebea sad Parlocjleeixus between ...-.
Indeed when she ", ft. quite a child- "Don't mind the light :Miss Sophie. risible In being .xplred Into an atmosphere Texas experiments; was a.large ne-v eon and Jacksonville, and carries Pullman buffet drawing room tleepar I etwmn M*:
only twenty-four-there-had--been a 4"4u:: ;r> want to say a few things. I which la cold or moist and the crop of "rain-making" spndlcates.t eon and JaekaonvUle.cnroute to sad--from- St. Louis, Mo.,, via Atlanta.'.Chattanooga,
feel collected easier 'In .tbe Martin and Cairo.' -
' more Nashville ,
young man a very pious, well-man dark. <5 transformation of transparent' steam ..c CANNONADING HAIL STOUM8.It "Qulok 8tei>"Is solid train between Uaoon and Falatka.;and earrles through. eojah'-' +... -
nered young clergyman who-but that Into the state of mist when mixed with letweenBs nand3aeksonvtlle. < \
seemed like a Bream tq Miss Sophie now The scored little spinster wondered' air which Is of a colder temperature..* Is worth noting apropos this "..-Hound Trip 11okot now on ale to Summer. Tourist poln'" .DII ,to, Atlantis :Beaoh. .."
! She might have doubted whether he If she might faint but sat down In the DUST AND RAIN.It method of rain-making that tbe same and White Spring, yia. '
l far corner with'a queer little sigh. lie I devices cannonading and" exploding WiLi.iivOBBOKi.ST8H4w.Vloe President" Macon, a..
ever lived If he had not given her that went on, ,speaking rapidly and veryplainly Is now generally believed that rain dynamite In the air, are now used for O. U.1l.oD... General .......otrer Agent )Macon 0J ,,.
f' little old Book of .
ComnronPrayerand .
H. BArrrBBT D; J A ,Jaokaonvllle, ria.LfcA ,
of currentsof
I' --the faded daguerreotype of himself: : "I am thinking of getting la caused by the mingling Just the opposite purpose In Austria , A. BaLL. Atlenta. O. ,
1 .Miss That Is within air differing In temperature andbumldlty. for hall which often .
' married Sophie. preventing storms, ', ., "
that little folding In the of
f tbe nhat not." lie case had been corner her ono tbe next year or so. Meanwhile I I The eapajcity'of' the warmer seriously injure the vineyards.Its .1' those place .!Ihe, writer 'ric iiil 1,. ;
want to do something for J'oo-thEt current to hold moisture' Js lessened by advocates" are certain that It la effective boarded a steamer at Memphis; going
"poMlblllty. remote always, but> now
children. I'd like to send Mattie to Its cooling to arpotntwhen. clouds and can cite as numerous 'instances southward.. To novice eyes' the trip: ,>0'
quite out of the question since he bad
married his cousin to pl.ase his father some good scboot' No Dol! She needn't ]1 (which are simply aerial fogs) are of Its success as a storm dis-. f down the great stream Ja foil of won. ,
: know anything about it. And Harry formed and finally to such an extent peller as the American rain-makers do der. 'Not the beinUe of the Hudson
and was now fat bishop as well as
the father of a a large faintly.- I want II&TTyto keep on at school and that the cloudjs deposited on the earths Sf Its rain-compelling powers. does he find nor the,castle turrets xX-* '

,. For four yeara-now Mice, Sophie hadbeen take'a:course of manual training. It rain. An:essential.condition- .how Tbe present status then,'of.the queer. the Rhine nor the gay pageants of the. .-
"mothering" tbe two children of can be a secret between us-between/., ever seems to be the presence of dust tlon of artificial ram-making seems to II storied Thamea"nor the. gentle loveliness -
her dead sister. Until you and me. Will you agree to help articles In the atmosphere which fur be that there has'been no method yet of that small stream that graces
grew -
old enough and strong enough to go to me do this Soph-MI. BoplitoT nHh nuclei--. around? which the drops proposed which Is practical for agricultural I costs XS2T to fire a s1ngtr! work Aunt Sophie had been bard put "Ob. yes. Mr. Klngsfand. It U kind form. The air of the surface of the use.: :The only one which hiis any slxteen-lnch rifle. or more than t -O thricerZalr Swananoa But s _f

4 to' it to make ends meet In the little so kind of you but but how are we to e'arthSa at all times loaded with minute scientific basis' is hat oC-hulldlng enor enough to pay the wages of private. beauty-all ltsown has,this ,wonderful *

.household. She bad sewed and mended repay-It will cost so much. panicles of dust. Mr. Altken a mous fires throughout tbe drought- soldier. In the regular army for five I Mississippi which, on, Its serpentine '

milked her cow tended her own "Never mind that-now." h. said. Scotch meteorologist, counted 130,0X stricken country.; The recent rains after long years. Kveu an eightInchrlfo" way from pearly Lake Itaspf'to the,

4n' chickens, cooked, scoured and saved "1 want .Mattl- for ray wife"M.ttler' -" dust partlclesxper cubic centimetre of a l long drought immediately following costs 1129 each 'tloJ? It Is discharged.A blue waters of the Mexican gulf ,trv"' ,
, she whispered choking air collected onSi fine day; and 32.000In extensive forest fires in' the .i er,es 2010, miles of territory. '! .
to keep Mettle and the boy Harry, "
p; decently at school She had. even down a sob wondering at her own. air examined. Immediately after, ..abeavy Bait! ,,is a curious, coincidence. It noth. remarkable'coincidence? occurred at legend and r. ; ita great flushtimes '
... tart
composure. rain. , lug more which seems to support this -the c before the Aa spectacular
sir found time to do some plain sowing an inquest on body of a woman at ;
4 for the neighbors, and'It was agreed on "Yea,-ills* Sophie* ; Mattle. I haven't The Important part whjch dust play theory. The method. l Is, however so the London, Hospital recently. TJfrej. ,history,'may all be learned from some
all sides that Aunt Sophie hadn't "a said a word to her, I mean to give bar In the torm..Uoo'ot rain coo be readilydemonstrated expensive. a. to be of little' practicalvalue. of the jurymen were named Bird; the quaint old rlverman who will gladly,
' a little more education-without her experimentally. It a foremanselected glre.full messy-e of bis lore. ''Therels
, lazy bone In her. body. Wattle's was :Mr. Peacock.! ; a
$ knowing and then. If she will have' glass vessel Is filled with war moist The conditions which the formation a charm in the '
wcrfes" as a "machine girl" In the button govern fifth was called Calge. and another! VasMr. vast stretches of for.: :
factory helped wonderfully In this me-what's the matter. Miss: Sophie air and then cooled sufficiently, first! a of storm centres In the atmosphere ' Perch.4 est In ,the loneliness of the ge*. ,
small household but It made the 'old For the poor, little woman was weep. fog forma In the "'''Iel..and as tbe tell 'are probably so complex and varjous ." i-w -,,\ t; j"" "". :It't/. stream-Father of Waters! In "'Id "
Ing. But she calmed herself! directly perature la further lowered a. miniature that our knowledge of mightiness and
maid's heart bleed to see her set off Two De"8papel'Ot/ New York City supreme length Its s8V
t" for tbe shop every morning, and poor and said:, But t: Hhe won't have you. rain storm occurs If, however, meteorological laws Is of the most susperflclal end'about-41,000,000 a year each for sets and Its. snnrleei.-Sports Anetd.Tears "r
freed from dust be- r'I
the air U
then carefully and elementary character. ,
Harry, who was ten looked very disconsolate paper.* the quantityconsumed being .
.Ob. I'll: think none the less of her fore being placed In the'rt'celvrr coolIng Until this knowledge la vastly Increased -" *
loitering .away to school 31.878 tons. To furnish this a 'Villageof sad the !..*... n i I y+
without his sister.- and-and-we'll keep this secret: between simply'causes its.contained molar- especially! regarding.condi. 2000 souls ia employed year in and "Tears are said to be a sign olj sanity, ?
Mr. KIngsland. tbe button manufacturer us. :Miss Sophie."-John U. Rat. tire to condense and rue down the sidesof lions In the upper air and their relation ;yeifr out, and every day ten' acres ot or at least of the readvent of,1'eaIOo, ,
!tery. In tho Chicago Record-Herald. the receiver. When Professor :J. :J. to the lowet r had been very kind to Miss Sophia spruce trees ape awept.ff. to make weeP. a man on
and -Mattle.. In fact, he,had Thomson wished to count the corpuscles .- I It does not seem probable that paper, bis way through an Insane asylum. I
"made a place" for the child, and had Rontlns; ...Automobile.If IB an a:torn-be; produced a miniature the rainmakers will achieve any practical 1 But ,the keeper who was 'auldlDC-hlm! '
gone out of his way to advance bet you should. want to hire A big rain storm similar to that Just described , -success. V. J. Y. While mining l:Mexico William P. shook his head. "A popular taae/a 11y '.

In tbe works, with a rorrt>.pondlolr'ln. Pan hard motor car for a. Sunday out.. except that instead Ions of ordinary .visited what considered. the superstition. declared. ,, '2"
he bad the nuclei
crease of pay. But he.was a practical! lug and spoke for,It II,t time you could dust particles as -Two of T".. highest waterfall, In the world. II leasly Insane weep Just a. much,:as' :
business man for all that and tbe have It .for $100 for the day. It ;you of his raindrops. Thu..1t electrical may disruptions A man who had just finished a com. bears tile Indian name,of Bassaseachlc other folt. Many people, though,. toes'
found that
hours were long the work hard and only wanted it for an afternoon a fifty eventually be combinations and Roentgen Portable meal 1 at a restaurant the other and la located about'100 miles west ol len' 'In the hop'fll sign1Hcance'of 's

' the wages not aver much. It little dollar bill would pay for the privilegeof phenomena and also play a part In evening: suddenly rose up from his the'city of Chihuahua near the summitof A\n'.moD.1b In.., Only the othef "

towns like Bel1e\llle everybody knows riding In.tho manner of a millionaire; ray of rain. chair, caught up his hat and an nm- the Sierra ModreMountains.: whose mother C'r j '
everybody and Mr. Klngiland had special With the ( chauffeur the production brella that stood against the wall and eUvatlon of the mountain is. 0500; feel fined here said to m. .,tel a ,.It '
reasons for knowing Aunt Sophie. would be furnished, nnd' unless you WATER IN Tins. AIR, ,. rushed out of the building above sea leveL, Tbe cascade falls 706 her mother's room; ''I am Very hal;.0 '

Her brother, had "worked In the factory were willing to take hlnr n!png, you According to Professor'Newcornb the "Stop him!I" exclaimed the proprietor. feet. Mamma cried this .terDoon..U t\ .
and It seemed quite fair and natural couldn't rent the automobile under any air of "a room of ordinary 'size" contains "That yellow went out, ,without pay.Ing" first time she has cried,Se lure 4' ::.
that be should be kind to the circumstances, A machine that costs a quart of water hnd about the i l After flgs have been; collected tjiey' arc i get well now.. abet Tbe vault .' f

orphans. But this kind of Interest S0000..and whose parts cannot be'dti- same average proportion exists in the "I'll stop hlm/" .ald a determined- dipped In boiling brine and then dried I ;young.woman was so"overjoye4tltat, .

hardly explained his I first visit to the plicated this'side of France', is not to general atmosphere, ao that the air Is looking man who rose up hastily from ;'on trays for from two to four days, ac I hadn't the heart, to'dUIllnslonlze'lmc.'

old maid's house, nor,the repeated attentions be trusted to any one save a good really a great sponge "which sops. up a table near where tbeotlier bad sat. cording tbe weather;,. The dipping L agreed that her mother'* tears w a ;'.. i."
which he showed her. He was Chauffeur. I the water from the eartb-tand,thesea "He took my gold-beaded umbrella! : Is supposed to bring tbe sugar to tbo ',a hopeful sign! ,' and aha' went ,h. ...:

forever asking-Iier: advVe. about the One. shop up-town has two ot these 'br evaporation and redistributes, in _'__ nr KtAn him.____# and _I'll__ tiring____ *. him___ back surface and hasten the drying.; -After" I with a lighter heart.than she 1 '
treatment of the girls at work In his motor cars that are used for demon the form of rain upon proper aquee In charge of a police officer ,the scoundrel , being dried ''tbe, nIB are'placed In"SWlt : a long time. Time "I teach her gradually . :!"
factory, and Sunday seldom passed strating towing broken-down automobiles ing." It was calculated by'"Fafiner"Dunn !" ''boxes." holding 2000 pounds as it has. many.other persons 'k

without a visit, long or short from : and general business purposes. ,that if ail tbe water in the air Without a moment's pause he dashed<< each where' they remain for two ,. that tears, shed or pushed. .Have :'<

'Jolr. KIngsland. When there is nothing else for them to could be condensed. at once it would out of the house In hot pursuit of the weeks. Then they'are washed In cold no bearing,. one waor'tbe othepon; ,

lie was pleased! to take tea with do they may bo rented at tlM prices cover tbe earth with a layer four Inches conscienceless villain. And the proprietor , calf water to remove all"dirt, and are .Insanity."-.Philadelphia Record

> them once or twice, and he showed mentioned though the proprietors of deep. One inch of rainfall over a a. cold bard unsympathetic packed by women,, and girls In half-
s square mile exceeds 1,000,000( cubic pound and 'Th. La>Jei's Tr.."...,, _
such one-pound ten-pound boxes
aa interest hi "bar children the shop are not at all anxious to let kind of man has somehow begun to "
r such a fatherly regart'tor 3tattiesuch" them out. Tbe wear and tear on an feet of water.SOLAli suspect that neither of them will. ever In layers, being split primarily with a When you money If yondon't

e an amused friendship for llttle'Iiarry, automobile Is so great that renting AND LUNAR INFLUENCES. come back.Preserved. fhort-blnded. knife. Insist, upon his paying it back"e
such a frank and generous" desire to be Sir William Ilerscbel's announcement -' thinks you are a fool; If yon t' '
them at $tOO is in no sense a profitable
kind to everyone, that little ')JI... 'Sojplile enterprise that.there was a close relation between "A curious Instance of the' wonderful\ thinks ou'are his'eoemyew'yorkTreas. ,

came to regard him as something What'a man who owns a touring car sun spots and the price of,wheat Mammoth.Meat. force exerted by gfowing vegetaiton'ls'relatedJn ., ,
less than-a received with'derision In 1801, and Particulars of the mode of occurrence ,the Gardener's Magacine.;
wealthy 'One
patron something may pay for repairs-and not extraordinary was thousand acres of land ,In Ana-
more than bat now,being ju tUled. There and removal of a carcass of the mammoth This force seeing all the more remarkible .
a mere acquaintance. There ones either-and tie keep of the it Is Just India been: bequeathed
,was. no, non"enfle'about him and Jhls machine Is,instanced by, the year's bill undoubtedly is such a relation, as a which[ was discovered In 1001 In : when exerted" by light and nosubstanthtl EalvaUru'bne Army to the
lakousk ,. ,
presence In the house/ though a coti.e of the owner, of a $15,000 car. It careful 'study of solar' and ,terrestrial the province ot In Siberia, ap mushrooms but does not np-
of restraint at Mattfe corde and rainfall coincides l pear-lu a current number of La Naure. > pear so t'xtraordlnal'1"'Whell'' by. 'Plant That Off
first for both and amounted" to S320O, and this did' not Include .ie shows, Keep* Mosquitoes.
>er brothers came to seem so natural tho wages Of tlie'chauffeur whose In quantity with variation. in the number : The remains were half embedded tbe .' expansion of a hard-wood'tree.' There wouldappear to, be some hOp''

1,that the cheerful llttlejkousekeeper al salary was $1SO a- month or about as of.spots on the sun. The mooll.l.popul.1'1y :. In the snow and fee, and there were 'A few :weeks ago some" half-hardy annuals -' for those'who suffer from' fllea.: "

ii I wjysJnltLhls plate for Sunday supper much as the average captain of A rrans-- supposed to have an effect atlll preserved the eyes, the mouth and were sown' In a frame Just and:W&P8 in .summertime, Cpt.WD. : t

and the girl and her brother always atlantic liner U paid.New York Pied an the weather aDd by It. appearanceto even the stomach Measurements cleared of a winter'' crop In the gardens Lrore. who baa .' .,pre,
dressed In tbelr finest and smiled their . ,", .. Indlcatetne "'t't'or dry' character of showed that the animal was about' of Kelsey Park,. Beckenbanu,,and the a .growing lplmel of ',the tl'
i sweetest when" they knew he was comling. the month. As, yet science brie not three: metl'ell.ID length and two metresn lights dOlled to hasten germination. "mosqalto plant" t Gardens,
' Test Oath For Aiwrehlnta. height and must have weighed, Some. days'afterward .
confirmed this theory, although M. signs of'l'rat'k. writes. thus Tlme concerning
' Sometimes when the children were The new oath ;whlcblorellfners desiring Poiacare- found Indications of atmospheric about 1000 kilograms. The specimen', log were ',observed ( th *brick work. lo.te

[not present he would nit In tho veranda to- become naturalized citizens variation coincident with. If has not yet been'phlblted.. in public, and gradually: block" weighing in the Itt!; ca personally' testify to'th*" eK ,

J |with Miss Sophie and tell her old! .tor of the United States will be compelledto not dependent on the position of Ibis owing to, the great difficulties experienced 'aggregate. one and one-half hundredwelg -' trardlnal effect which ja produced

lee of his past life-plain, unvarnished take hereafter contains the clause;. tatelllte. : in preserving,the akin. ':it was" pushed ,out "of ponillon.Aftercnttlug mosquitoes by,the pleasant odor.of''
'' tales of his struggles for nn education I "That'I do pot advocate or teach the (rum FIRST_ RAINMAKER. ., out several/ bricks a. mast its fresh la"e.and by placing.two or '

and a living-an uiirotnnntlc' story fullt duty, necessity or: propriety of the'nn*. In 1834 James! P, Espy.of; Pennsylvania XB Anf-t"Strength ,of mushrooms ,was found three pounds three pots of the plant In, each''

t,' t> the'crlm 'realities 'of a-poor I boy's lawful" assaultlpg or killing of any officer sea' corollary to his theory of ,,A. R.: Miller recently,weighed a small, three b'unces in weight growing In the rl"1 along the windward veran

''Jopes-and disappointments. He had .or officers, either of specific Indlvldvuala ytorms ;announced a:method of artlfl- ant' :.and a'dead grasshopper. which 14., centre of.tbe wall.- ". The fuyeellumbad,' ,, hu.. can be kept practlcaJtysfree ;
'Ice ever married. He had been'too busy orW! office1 generally ef the Oov Sal ralnmaklug. which consisted In -be( was dragging to (Us nest. The weightof run. freely In the mortar and oil the ..'''In.e' .

. Ith the harsher, affairs' ,of life/ eminent of the United States or of any building of enormous fires throughout tbe grasshopper Was found to be Inner face of the brick! I *m really'anxious to whetherthe

"I don't know, that anyone. would other organized Goernment. >because \drought stricken regions. These ,would 'sixty times greater than that of lie . I. ..aforesaid .t oaGI, plant" will

ve me" he would laugh. ,"I'm sixty of his or their official cl1l1'actcr.-CbJj/ cause great upward currents ot hot air, i ant. ,The force.exerted by: the ant In .t'brm .fth' Mississippi. .flourish out,, of. In.this .conn.try. }t,

pars old a plain old bear; 'now* don't. cngo Chronicle.' end produce an atmospheric condition dragging the. gra'ssuopper ,along/ the;, The nature lover;, In 'doubt* as to. ., I( 8o, Its,, proprietors will prob!'
fu think,a 0" Miss Sophier ,' ., similar to that now called a storm cent road woe therefore proportionately: whereto, gor tor' aa Outing, coir find t ably;make fortune* .The "moaqultqplant''would'.be'lnvalusble'but'I "
Vnd she.would reply with' some trite ,(.A Care.:: .. C "r. lon.-. rThe tee that 1*. an area of. low. barometric equal. to'-that.of. a ,man weighing ISO: plenty: of enjoyment on.* trip ,down a ''

i I sophistry at' ""Handiome la"as : British troops In.''India, lately i pressured .*' : fIt pounds pulling. a::load of four and ,a,, .the Mississippi. 'Blver:-stopping over>I terribly. afraid'shall:presentl-hear.

Y Indionje does" or Never' too !ate to celebrated the fiftieth anniversary, of i Is said that tbe Australian Govern. halt.tons, or a horse of J1200." pounds" atat L Pnh. .,'a{ ,Y.Jcksburg or Natchez to that I will not flourUh In 'the ope* '

n4", .'But when ,lw. ,was dune a .bed g permitted. toTwear. mustache' .' neat" li* IBM proposed, tcr,test Elp. ,'. 'And tblrty-sfyx: tons.. \f, ,male,Pr p.ratlon: for..excursions' from,in UII.CUDt"Lu40DGrlpblC "
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I. -, Is Your Life worth: 44o),? !
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mN fEl Do- 1 Notice of Application for Tax If So Try a Bottle: \
1f! An Epitome' of the
: Deed Under Section 8 ofChapter ROLLINS : COLLEGEWINTER

STATE. and Sayings orFloHdtens ; : 4888 Laws
_ fl of Florida, *: ot'.t

ON<- for the .week Nod,. I. haroby Klven. that D O bin f .: pur* : PARK FLA. _..1 J
rhuurofttx belt
I vkrUfloatea No. dated 8nl ,
.. _. f) day of July, A D ice, tint 341, 24A, tM. 1247. ,
dated the 4th of November A D Haut, and\ Nom' .
jieli ar Phi ps, .a colored !damsel of .. ZlO and 212, dated the 8rd dar. of .Jul,.. A D :, .
:' l 1MH ham flied auld eertf5ooWs In my offloa and. COLLEGE: "
Jk-N. Coorns, Wpalachlcblay has Waycross, broke away from Marshal] has made npiilloatlon for lax doed to Unua (.uauoorduuui .

beau .elected to'suoceod John-O. Long liu'ber "Wednesday evening: as he was Bald ...rtille.wltli"" ,thelRw embrace the following' ; d.. ::5 Preparatory School l .. Music School CURE .
a V as-jatlbna.1 eommlt.teernlLn' for the reJpublicans !taking. her to jail and jviraped overihe anrltwl |noM>rty, situated In Oaceola County, ,
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*' in Florida.'A'oout.emporaY rail lag of theSouth, bridge into the Florida No. ftM,tn, K wlw>)K, : !}) Art School. -- 1jool'of' Elocution, ,iWI

_ Halifax River. A,couple.of boys happened n i l'1 1I
;' ,suggests that some't'j. SIt!.(of KE i, flea 29, T'nM 8, R 30 rf, 4 t n
f ooemako motion that nominations along In a row boat and rescused'hcr. 40 .cr.... Business School School of Domestics arid I
a No. 24A, AW!' of NWW{, Run 2tt. T'p M sit HI K, .
lor thego'vernorbeclosed. There.will After wrappUigJier in a No.' blanket. MarlbaI'Zuber land No. 247. NW>4 of 8\\''' 800 iaj.T'p VH.. R 11 K. Teachers' Class> )Industrial: Arts.W'd medicine
a world a
tJe'do' second Xo tliii'1notlou'as l ,there Tho aald abovo luudn bvlug ........... ILL the' t . We defy the produce
to ed her in jalh, date of the luuauoe of mtd q rtUl ate. in the fonthe cure of all forms of Kidney -.
: -al'b "* too'rnany'ofchern.who hope
be y"mentioned"'::Pensacola Press. The Philipsgirl was arrested Wed name No. of 305."Unknown.8WW' :of WU Moo of 8K and NK}.( Of .RH and Bladder troubles! ;and diseases ,j
nasday; morning en Information n.. 800 S.T'p j M1 S. K: HO K.Ito. F., BLACKMAN. D., PRES.N..C. ; : peculiar. to women that will equal "\
Florida-ay not' have any.state ia'irt.hls 210. BU" of NKV< of 8EV. ; and BE't M 8K>4 I '
Cure. Ninety-
,sworn to by Mrs. laT: Canrad charging .eer 4T/\. It A0) 11:. r South: Sure Kidney
year, and the failure way largely and ., No. 212, W'A,of lot :2 Mart 10!. Tp 211 8. R non.7'ho .- eight \percent. of the. cases treated withSmith's < '
bo failure of.'talte.'Cty : .. her-with breaking entering; meld .oov. ,tAud bein. a.e.led at tile -:- Sure Kidney: Cure that havefc;
Mrs. Conrad with friends; tdoteof the leouanrsof .ald cortlnoate In thepome .' '
p party observat.lon. have been cured t
| to'meet herobllgatiohs last year,, of "J A l nlg ""' ""'.''''' '''''''''''''''''''''''''''' *-
excursion to the Tomakatuesday ,.. positiveguarrantee .
went on an up Unl. aald artrllrsto.y.h.11 tie 'redeem Wo sell our medicine on a.
4r Not a very enviable distinction; sure before her return i 'the; ane0Mfnxtolow.' "*x" deed utll UHUQ IherooiY If directions arefollowed, '

ly.-,Po Fun!a It BreezeiVho1t ; evenIng the and colored girl pried open a on_the,._third"'Un"day of.. offlclnl A D plgn JtHM.atureaandseal . C. A. CARSON, President. ., BRYAN', Secretary.- und money ,will be refunded If cure la';;I

thli the First. day of Sep- 'wd.
not elf 'jf i irrtcu
\' iula<. Merritt, a colored rear window to the Conrad residenceand i trRAL t Comber. ,D.. 11M18. ?:, :aE: JWaters 50 cents and 100. I'.or sale by "IV

vromatr 84 yeuaul _ie', died at. her] entoi-lni'made-lawII.V with a ''numb"pr .f- .-, j Clark JNO.M.LE Circuit Court$, of OoonlaAmericanBeauty Phn.rmne'. ... 2

1 hOlno ID Qbrdon, a settlement. *a" fe.w" oOTrsr; C nrad's dresses .to the 001."l>lIlIlv. Florida :.

r miles west of GalnesvUfo, at'4 o'c'1ock'' value of oter fifty dollars. Bv- W. R.. JOHNSTON.- D. O. & Carson Grocery; Co.

Friday morning, she carried a secret fine girl has been In the employ of # '

A. with her, which probably saved the Mrs. .Coucad jn the ''past and. being Notice. of Application> for Tax: -"'hol..l and Retail Dual.r. Is- ._'_- and F, C. Corsets

life of another person and cheated the familiar with the house had no troublein Deed Under Section 8 of

gallows of deserving victim. It Is seeyetwhlclrt finding clothing.. Chapter 4888, :Laws GROQ..E IES 4s.
e-worldmillneverknow( -. Relllalt-plead'-guilty--before-Squre( - B x .
] 7if-Fl'brids.
toe while Lbo'01111111\ admitted on her Cox and was bound over, waiting: timeactlon'ol -dei.iglt; and f
-Notice U hereby given that Mra A K Dawufkn, ;
deathbed a'Jew hours bfcfore the end the Crlmlal '.l 'latest ashioii- 3 ,
Court pnrchamirnf 21>V latedMM> COUNTY ACKMTS FOB r
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p' .. came that another had taken her life, Meta Jones another. colored girl, Irddayof 1'' mr.odlee.:and D 1WM.,him) h made.* flied ain aalil>llcstlnn<>ort for Id ; ._ a able 1 models. |

I .she refused to enlighten her relative was arrested Thursday morning asan red '" oertlttoAte embraces the following dnNcrlbcil. j; Fertilizers
1 1 by divulging the %ama.Ex. accomplice upon the confession: then. prniKTly altnatod Oncoola omiutf.Flurtda, .Celebrated I and up-todate .

,.flJThe new laws of Florida,. now being Philips girl. Sheriff Turner took themj I KiWlt. All I.nU\\'e.lotFh.: Mtd. R Jt Rl, of war.SfC'inii J! GRAIN :, styles to select
'bath to DeLlI: d -ThUT day.-Oazet.te. IX, ; as K. Circular* and Prl.... from Made
j published In the oounty'aperl; contain ; {r.j\I-.r; :: ::. i .e;,".e
nearly half a million' ems' com News. -! the Robert la.n' Bos.ltate1'uleaa.ald of.niili bertlncata.in_the nuiiie' of ?ii wearwellfabr'icsand 1t M s

positionAt the rate of 30 cents per ,Governor Bloxham :used to say that mni0rxl4.ha11\ l>o redeemed mfrnrdlng '' '
to law tax, deed will\ |MII. thereon oil ,
thousand ems it would posts over $13? one woman was worth two men whenit the HrtTdHoM>Pt"Uer. A 1) 1WM. HIDES pair ; I

to'' put the laws inn. type And yet the came to an election.. This( reminds WITNESS; the 2\tli DjHrlal 1ar of ulRHiitiira Ammd. A and D .1UO Baal*. thla FURS.WO.OL i has every our liberal \

State allows only $100 for their pub- us to reqjire. "VVJio Is. the ladles .' JXO. M.: L.KK.axAU .

lication.Tallahassee,; Cay Ital.Capt. . roan 1n' this -Senatorial: flghr/: "-Apalachtcola -. ' [ !! T Clt-rk>:cpoU rircult-County<'ourt, Floridar i' :<=, : Produce a Sjseclalt. ; guarantee.Ask to see
)' Times. By W R JOHNSTONE. /1.l ..,7 1 .
J. ni Riley, a successful them. .
\-1. f_._ *___ '-" f1KalamazooYCorset
phosphate miner: of Wade, states that -; 'Georgia has gone Florldcrt 1 tet= ---l\ ,;, 'It ""' """"' '''''''''''''''''''awwH'' ' 't
The strawber of... Lake ,
has l'e'turnedtrom prospecting lias fixed growers
he just ; ter. The legislature the.ulnimuiu Co.Hxcluakv

tour-of the Gulf coast, where he. discovered j. pi-loa for lease. of convicts. land vicinity are preparing to set. out .: .
an usually large acreage this fall. MaKera :
iwwon.e.depoelLs of marble at *1C5 a year, while Florida gets now MICHIGANSold '.

known as doramlte. The material" Is 1W.' .'>(0..-Miami _Metroplis._. _ _._ __ KALAMAZOO;
and recommended br. :&
n u.-------
firm marble and In fact is -" -" - Grade
as as any High Whiskey
"'L a a variety. of that stone.. It. takes a line! I 1n R. wlorr rT'i Gins Cftolsra-lntiBton/ ] L (J. ,

be building Dlarrhoaaf>yMnlciy and I ._
polish and Is said to as fine,1
the'+'I ., aM Bowl Trotibks ,!
stone as can be produced in
Children efAni Age:
< world. "There are almost y AMs OI cstion. RtjuUUstha t Kentucky Exchange SAND f e.1Miss'

? ble deposits; of this stone IneXbaust.I-1 flMG UTHfNG.'OWDI Bowels, Strengthens '".

4 Lion I explored,'* l' Cuts"!' Onlj 25 cats: at Driaists, eM TEET"ING Chit.,_EASY.Maku r,

K4 Biley, "and It will yet prove a great or...n *" ..... U C. J. MOPrKTT. M. D. 8T. LOUIS. MO. ,
deal cheaper than marble. Inasmuch o.......or D. H.* OT.itoeraun of BiaM, Aoarm Taa. If 0'1''.'1. MOO.
I har fwand Dr.110"... .TEKTHIMA a aplaadM.nm4r a>4 aid for air wNI.e eklldm.. When mr.ldetujwMataallilnt :aE:
as It 1. 'nearer the Florida markets : eked, ewr aw M.dtu .r warnad u that wvwodld lacrtublr low him. 1 happantd upon CA' gam E.R.LIHI3Y _
than' T aTHUIAaad eifuaea<>e .. A to him: and hll lmpro.s.t waa marked la S4 bowe,and from: > -mow _.L-, ..L. + MAN A'G EfR
warble, the are largely that day oa ha n.epra..L--I aave-ftoeataatly kept Itt and n4 l$ 1':1't.'f"d haTefakra= -
frW-ut la aoaadtaa- 9mbm: te all.mathata of yemaa1 ckn.r.a. aftw lie.t : -- '
in lw favor.Ex.. ...- .......... 1asa. >A iL DtAICIaY.VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV . 't
D Alfred Land Friday'' night secured I noW'havethe largest stock of Wines Whiskies ..;

t four sticks of dynamite about a tact VVV VVV and Beers ever handled in Kissimmee. All

long each, and while intoxicated tried grades at prices to suit the times. .

to have 'some' fun with them; 'not re- (1 .
alixlDjj tie-danger to himself! and others |

dynamite held by Land woe ;r-crci-: ':I'E..A..DE: SPECr.A.I.I.-Y: :

..enough to blow up a whole city bloc'k.Be' } (Exclusively. for Males.,). 1 '.,

''Would, while playing his pranks, llde M. Snyder.. '1

bar'' of the. !in the Twentieth Year BeginningSeptember 22nd, 1903. r : . Treseerve.5la.__.__ yY
tick explosive L .K. :
t : a .40 JEARDSNProprietor.. ......11'. lees: KM Art Ctakb
jpockets of a friend, and stllkematolt!( fZSEVKN FOUn-YEAR c6unSE8i: AgrlCUllure; "Cheinls'try" lVi1'SS'l ; If women would" pay more iUntioit te 1t

and tell him that It WILl dynamite. Hen'ftd *} > \ {; Mechanical Engineering, General Science, Classics.Two I :! their .health we would haw more 1(;
the whole block himself whenpeople Sm years' course in Mechanical Arts. One years' course in wlvt>, mother* and dasghUrs,an4 has h

tumbled onto what-he -had.. J ness or Utenogrsphy and T Typewriting.-. preparatory course of one S would obxrvs rtiulu they *. I
'f ; two. years,* as required, for those deslrlnfrsuch preparation. A I thai the doctor pnealpllos. *. Nt .1.
One manmade a'co01P a.lnt to Patrolman SOl' course of five weeks Jn. Post grad perform ties many cures they sr's grv a

: 'Wilson Roberts on the :beat, and .uate courses' are also Offered. The dormitories are under the imme- i _tilt for. !. ,
,he placed him under arrest on a charge '7 dlate supervision of instructors, who make, every, effort. to Infuse tn-''"/ / "In contulnnj with my drw< Ut 1M a4-. ,
tt.. and When to the students. a spirit. which leads to high mental, moral an'd phys- "' R. T. BUTLER vied McElrw': Win of Carduf and.. TMd-"-
of being drunk disorderly S teal development. Fine- ur-Re/ulat.lve/ and corrective | E i {ord'. BUck-Draujht. and M I took .H miff
& i, 'arrested be still had two sticks of the ; gymnastics required of toll students. Fine modern buildings and first 9/ haw .v ry rcMon to thank Mm for a MW "

l t'' dynamite in ]Cis hand. They were ,,' c equipment. Tuition free to Florida students. No fees. A Ills opened up I. m.with rcatortd haaltlt. ..i,
'taken the elation, by the and K only' took tnrt months to curs- '
e wagon For catalogue address, T, H. TAUAFBRRO C.:E, Ph. DH Prcildjat.Xake ", ALES WINES BRANDIES i
G of Cardui
guard and safely put away,-Florida Fla' e Wine b.regulatorofthemenatrusi
,Times-Union/ 0" """' _"". functions and is a mont ...*
L WHISKIES AND pa,0 s L tonULing tonic for 'women. It cures i

'P ant'' City, 'A'ug-ustSO.. -Mrs.Estella scanty.upprewii, too frequent, Yves.ularandpnmful *

f Kfennddyi: of Plant City's most - E' menstrtfkiun, falling
1. es- E
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS of the womb, whites aim ..uuding..It,
;. r', tlmaWvladies. died at 4 P. M. yesterday ATLANTIC COAST LINE is btlpful when approaching worn.1.11' if

:" ;; %tQ the victim of angry: flames,'resultling RAILROAD CO.BCIfLDVLX bood, during pregnancy, after Childbirth -

.resultti i : from an explosion of a can of ker. '. s and in change of life. It free $
: ?! : __ !: IN EFFECT' HAY-1N homes
\ 'osene. 11IU8. Beer AON auently brings a dear baby to
"r' 40'J' Aheuser-Busch: that have been barren for years. All

.(;.l.J rs,'Icennedy! had started to build a 111II I oop! I.".. .. . ..... ".. .. "TATIo..9'amp. : .. . ". . .. . AI' 1 Zia 21. 10 8 Mp druggists have 11.00 bottles of Wlse
... lire [In ler stove is 1\ ins 111171' L..Plautt.ty'. ..... AI' l12'la 946p of Cardai.IWIME.
:yr andv as often the .. case with ladies, she picked ..up'theleerrtene I 4.a1127p AI',. .. .... . ,. .. ICI..lmmee. ...... ... .. . :..... .Lv tota-7t7p L
t ,'r .10114" U 001. Ar.... :. . ...Orl.ndo.. ..d.. . _'..... . .. .. ..1.1' 120.. 111 p
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call to pour a small quantity lltcx Casa At .. .. . ........Hanford .. .. .. ... ... ... '" . Lv Rata 623p In fblldaiQ ,CARDUI
"' ,.oo of U onthe, wood, | 1'-40p lbZs Ar.. ,.. .... . .Oranre-CII, Ja1lcl"a.. .. .. .. .. .:aL. 1 as lamp .Can only bib found Kissimmee on -
s I I Hlt1 ...... Ar........ . . ..eLa1ld.. .. ... .. .. ..,. .. .. . . .Lv.. ... 450p240p Street a.t the BRrcK .BAR. 'BUILDING
.Jls quick; as a thought name shot : 4504 AP............: .. .... ...."P.I.tka. ............. .. ..... .: .....I".I1. .P 8MI' t.
InWihealr" an. explosion f Uowlng.'na .' 4001' .710. At, ........ .... .. .I.cokanavlll.-. .. .... .,. . ......L.I JO" ll111p : o 0N -- -- 1 '--.

.; {<>\'' was a live coal in: the stove that .0. ...... ...... ................. .. .8TA'I'10Nd.. amp./' /... .......... ........ ..Ar' 10 99.59 5r.p 4 I I71J1..L1' N ObC OftOpOt10000
fLad'Ilayeredfrom: the 1\ Oat,' Ly ..... .. .. . .. ... .. '" .. . I."el.n". :. ... ... .. .4. ...,.' .... ...... .,., 9 R. BUTL'ER
'. previous meal.sty 97l2aLv ...Dade City. t' sop '

':.; : \.. 3ler.abtheawereablszeinamoment 11 11 ran me Lv<::':L-::::::::::::::::' : ;:',':: .: :Brooksville L.o.htt .:. :::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::.:::"Lr:.1v 4 Mp : KALOLA.

.I. 3.Vefttre: help could arrive . .... ... .... .. .... . ... ... . . 1 .
: to extlix I lOpLv ., .. '- Ocala } ........ ..... ..... .......,. .1.11' ply
". +f guish'thfire 'two-thirds .... .,... .... ... . .O.Imearlltf, .. .. .. ......,... ...... .... ... .
of the surface. : t'lpAr.....,,,,J'.....".....,....._..,, "rHlrhtl'rI, p-:. .,.. .. .. .. ...."......:.. .;.....Lr I un ------ r'j'hllu4 MUerfil) 1J11ti1 M'
w R ,*f the bodyhil'beenfearfulllhurnM.;' 9'2/pLv/ . vlo66.8l.pbv - -- N........ Natar.n .........

"4 ij4.;;:Drs; J:}L,:tioberts and"J-. '.C, Knight ::::::::.:;::::.:::::::'.:.:':.'::.::.:::::. ,.=::: :.': ,.::::::: :::::.::::::::::: .:::::...j 710.s4t.atrpAr .. .. A coM-bbiatlon:e of crystals' eon'talnlng '

; were called and did all i& their -jir: .ItITA1'IONII. fI9., I;
; power t"asp tv.. .. ... . . .. Tampa .... ... ... .. .... .. ..... ... ... tKeinedlcinaJ properties) w
;'7,:' to, nUeve! unfortunate victim, but ...... 90711 Lv. .. .... ...... .. . . ..PI.ntClt""' .... ....... .... .. ..... ... .Ar 94fihp.:::::: I of the waters of four noted mineral -
4 burns 700a 966p At..Lakeland .... ..... ... ., ...... .. .Lv. Sins spring Cures'L'onatlps
, '/f K the were too serious 2 W.11t27p Lv,........... ...... . .. ...II.rtow ........... ....... ........ ..Lv Shop 76apSps MAYNARD LUMBER Co. tlon- Indigestion Stomach Kidn ,.
:: Death'eame lolrelieve her of herytt'iufferings'st .. ... L......:.... .. .. ... .. . ... ...A..dl..L. slip/ .. .. I n ,
... .... r5Ma 4...... ... ... ..... .. .tata p...u... ..... .. ... ... .. .....Lv405_ .. y, Liverand Bladder trdC1Dle*. ,
;; 4. o'clock.. The 'funeral

.'; day";-Tampa. Tbume.t' .103 .. ..::. ... ..._..'-..-... ... .. .. ...STATIONS.Tampa......... ..... .............. .. .........:.Ar .SOO 116pLv. I { .-
\ ... 311 P +'1'. .. ..... .. ........ ... .... .. ThmiMoaawaI .... .............. ...... .... .....Lr (1 86 aT Saw and Planing MillsNow } "Take Kalola Six
Miss ldztle.pple of the I, *- > lT Kuwi-t: Sunday. ', I ...
Tampa, as t DO as5np..r! : 1nA UaeTanrpa Ar Ind Llue .. .. ... .. . .. ....1.00.01' Eat Asythlm You W...."
result: ot41'.dfu.. burns received Sun.daamorniog'passed Y e.0 s .6 1101....... t.a..J'.d' Ln| HU Peleraburg Lr nil Line...... ...... .... 9 err\ 41 r6p ..- - -- .
.. ...... . .. . .. in operation.' House Bills -
aMp ..AtJLLyBL Bet \:... away at 5 o'cloct' k . ..II87p.. .. .... .. ...... .. .. .. ACLArBollatrLr A CL..-!....... .. .. .. .. .. ...... ., .2& .. ... I Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kinds. A teaspdonful. dissolved in. "
.' ., 'V3rQ. same day; and war burled this .. 6 Wp. ... ... .. .. ......A C L Clear-water Lr A U U........ .. ...... ..... 1811a. ..... a
... .. 84$p.. .. .. . .. .... .... .AOLA'lIeuedaL..AC-1..J..... . .. . .,\1 Y SOs glass of water makes a delight
1 morfiinjf: Mlse. .Appley, echo Las been __ .-., I,.....r....... .. .. ...... .A C L Ar Tarpon "prtgna Lr A C L...... . .... ... ... 7 Oat ..... ORZ:: ERS ::E c.LED= : I'ROMF"ITL4Y.= ; :. ful and inexpensive asperlent. u
Invalid for ten years or more rove 71 211 82 ; 28 IIJ21 '18
; ]11.n, : 'B Oftp S bop .S hop Lr-Jsek.eovnse'Ar 9 Ona 11 bop 1 UOp s 05p114Vp Lv JaekaoDrllla Ar .j MAYNARD LUMBER Co. Price SO sad $1.00. v,
j;' from he* bed shortly,before or after 3 10 Wf a lip IS Ills Ar Warwwea Lr 50. U sea 6 sop Af Valdosta Lv.
find out the.,.time i of 'night.She's.truok 1 l.t* r lOp U 4Op Ar Baraanialk Lr S SUB s ..oa S 20p 10.At Tbomanl' Lr For sale at all drug stores or
r \ .o'clock! to. .: 'SZt1' 4 4e1 Ar CharUeton Lvll ". 8l11p: SMa1204p Ar Moutgom'rjr L1'4 IC 1F fi ; z (
sent by matt, ,
match and in Ar BlrniliiKliaiuAr. Lr postage paid Onreceipt v
a } spine way Ar Wilmington LT74Jip ,
Ions 'Na hvllle of price.
1r Lv fl4ta:
i ,t.bemQliqulto bar on her, be -'bew.mev Ar Rich mo...! 10114. 7 251 12 IO.! Ar Krauarlll Lr 8 lit p
11 lop 7 Wa Ar Waahfaitoti Lr S 4 aina 5 0p 116 a Ar Chlcaito Lr .
few" momenta 70Du KALOLA :
,, \ ignited;" and within a, ) tax* ,> Ar BaUlmor Lr 2 ala t IYp COAPAKY.
.,? ,i; 'entire bed was aflame, ;'I'hel0unlr 4 Ofta,' 11 2yAr Philadelphia Lrll 4$a II Ma 7 20 Ar 81 Lou l. Lv 8'IIiI'/ Public ..v... ...... Os. c
the 7 IJK 1 lap Ar- New fork Lr 1/ 2Ip e 2\e! 2.80. Ar "A>ula..IUe Lv' 00. Sale of Shorthorn and Here- -.
;iWomana's night'clothing'atso! caught, .. 720: Ar Cincinnati Lr 1116pII15 .
.' immediately wrappe4'ln a Lr )lo"IIfoDAI' '' IT.. .
and she was' 4 Up Ar Moblla Lv '1 2&p Jbrd Cattle Watch for A Chill.' y '
;>.sheet; of flames.: Her:'soreama ate SMp Ar New Orlaa' Lv II 20a '
1' l However slight. at this time 'ot .
.: , attention of her' -
Tacted the. : stepfath TBOUGR CAR SBRVICB;'
-... t.her Mr;.,-J...tVf Johnson, 'wbo Jmmee 'Trains e.2 and 111 arty Pollmaa .1Upere between Now York Jaokaonrllt. and Port Tampa i I will offer r at .."tlo.. In Ocala ept.a.ft.r e. {1I03 abort fifty head ot In this climate, it 1s the forerunner.' ,
: l Jimo car Mrrlo. through between fiarannab and Jersey rogl.t.r.d.ed of malaria.
Cltirt dajrooaehea between .Jack- klah-crade-bvlU cud __. Moat of th.. are la.10" A dl.poa1t.loo't.o. yawn--
to the young JI.47'J'OOm. aonvlusend WaaUnctoo Pullman Sleeper.rajna 18 and 28 'betwesu. my ; Jackaourlll and Stir .-...
'. ,' : hA York and/aekanornia and Cbleaav without chant. Tfcoy wllhbo tkoroncnly aacllmated, and will tie aoaraate.d and all all tired out; feeling even'com*
t .", ,.- tJnfortunawV'1; fond 'they Coat LJneatuoura l.*re Pouts&oMa for I'ot1I1J't1n' and Intermediate taudings 4al1i acalitat 4..'" from Texas fever, or' any dlMa., for .!. Mosttha after date before the chill.
;; 4o 'locked.iand' .wt.l" unable .to gain apt Bandar. 7 a m., reanrnlnatearMren. a a.m.,arriving Punts AAIM ta4 p. m. v* "btwl. .,. AMP!. ..turtle of tko date for tko sale will bo 14.... thro Kk tha Uerbineby its prompt'stimulative

.\ ,..ntranoe'until' he'had broken the! door hroofh Key W5?Pullman awl Hama.inm.n ato.p n between lave Fort Port Tamp Tampa. Sundays crk Tunadaya via both and Atlantic Thnrtdars Coaat U tjiie pe"nh Writ. for raIl partle lar. acton on the live, drire

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