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 18, 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: VID00090
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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STATE, 'STORM SWEPT. apd even if it has mot fallen 'from. the interests on' the east. coast .was THE SCHOOL &MPD., r. '

trees, it. has,: been, stuck'with:: -thorns. Obtained. lt : -

and will decay and fall off later; Captain White of Miami , Klssimmee.. Fla., Sept. .1D81.'. . ,

., It Struck the East Coast, then The cigar trade in Tampa has been the city, Sunday morning, a.ndOld The Board ,of I? bU "'Instruction '

Crossed to the West Do-* Injured to a great extent. /The roofs what be knew of the storm.It Miami met,'.there being present.H., C.::.Stan .S tote BAnk'k1sSIthiee;

of some of the factories, have blown' the kind grew on Thursday, and oil, fordpbalrman.1.; Strickland.'andA.S. .' .

Great Damage :.as1 it away and the ..t.ocka'of tobaooo< And Friday morning gained j!-;great foroe : Campbell; also W..B.. Hlnton, Superintendent N it :i.- , '- "rir 1 : r

and lwept over the city; accompaniedby I ;' !L :"i .
Public Instruction. fJ
'Passed AJod(. cigars have been damage to the ex 1 '
tent'of ''many thousands of dollars. b.avralll' squalls. O.Friday: :afternoon The minutes of .last meeting. /& were, Offers- to'' CHste /ers', >Every'1.fladlfty. _'

This section was-:vltlted. last Friday Other losses In the> city -of Tampa -the wind gained a velocity of read and approved.T1.wsuler .

night b,. a*storm .of .wind-.anal'.-rain, pale Into .1a.lplAoaaoe-'M comparedwith about Uty-flye miles a. our/ -Thereis JrILr; ; Gilbert; 'Sr., reported 'CoiisIstet.t'WKkS i.M XanMelrl! ... ,

which was mere fearful In its' anticipation the" damage to,this industry.. a weather; bureau ,there" ,but no Instruments as followsKlssimmee. :- ,,; : _. " .. ;; :. . "k .

than i It was" In" sxstVal damage. factory 'alone claims to hare lo.t'at" to tell at what velocity"the Fla., Sept. 1,'1803, 'reaoial>> Atieutsoq, t ; ..AU' :B.elne.I 'IiMastsd. : ,hells.. ,
wind was blowing/ To tbe Hoo. Board of Publto InalruoUoB la and
The weather was for some time least $10,000 by water Injuring their ,
very --
foe Oiceola ooontrt '. . '
The Florida East. Coast RailwayCompany's : . . ,
threatening which with th' 'warning stock of tobaooo. (

.sent out by the weather" bureau caused Late last Dll'hL.n effort.was made shed, under which the oars I herewith of Oaoeola tender county'my report(or the' treasurer {', -:';Nr; .::.CJ4RSflN;:oil.niia: ,. '

are kept, waa blown from Its foundation .
: '
many uneasy apprehensions. At to communicate with the western part of Anguet1903
bout- 12, o'clock Friday plght. the of the State. At., the office of the and lUt.ec1In'the air' over the TBHASURKR'a REPORT.'' .., ., . .,.

wind'reached a high velocity. and oonr Weather Bureau !It was stated in 'the oars' which were not 'e..ea'. acratched.' ...... a.To . from lait r>non.......,.$Ul SS. ,, .... lA' \ .

.tlnuedtor'several figure, but :'aside afternoon that the' storm would pro The tin roofing n'OD. of, the I rjf.t1)uUdlap eept.1.of book To*........"...roew.j.<....,;B.....UlntoB.Bal......... II :-t' _.-:...., .. - ..c - 4
from uprooting a number of shade b..bI1.eacb that part of the State last ..t there.was taken off., and To amt. Ux ool lector. UZM ilea.!.,*:...... ,JOO seT '0 --- -
tax eotieoUMpoiu 1ee2..-..;.., ... tree .
trees-ln town ancr.blooklDI'"the- woods night. and it is evident that this pre blown across' the street !into the frontof T......" home Conpi. Moh ......., ..#. . EOS SIS ; -
a.nother0... and wrecked the entire r
la the country with fallen timber and diction was verified, for the Western TN 10 -I'

\hs 4eqaafre the orange trees and Union telegraphToffloe In this olty"reported front/The plate-glasses of several By: w......M pale M per 1M.: ...?.5 17572 v 'THE! .

fruts thereon, (the last being estimated that they conld not;, reach any stores ware wrecked by flying/& tin, and ,.. &'- ......flHT SS

at not over tea cent: of the in that of the State *of graatdamage& was' done to the businesspart ) :eaooi..orDIreuo7 liO.. IU Kissiitiitiee Ice Coinarii ,
per crop at point part west I .... L TobalaDoe.par&.*. .,. ...$ 102 7.Sept. :'
the outside) we've heard of no other Madison. The indications are that. of'town.Great .. . . ,
1 7/totMUnee,,. Jm 75 '
damage. .However, It,1s thought that part t>1 the State is being'.hit bards treeswen uproO't.ec1..ac1 blown SCHOOL SUB-DUTUCt JIG- 1 .' ',"" Is 'Now Ready";for':'BttsiksMs.: :" :1'
I'was suffer several feet to the grond. In the bay / ,
the atone ,, more severe in the and that it wilt ,to the'same extent .A.DC.I. To irlanee..5 74 '
: small boats'were sunk ,and .capsized, 8ep&. U;,To Uz collector. !"*.; 11.. / M '
southern; part of tbe. county' (from as the southern part of the State. AKE, THIS OFIN1'ORMINO7HEr'EO.; : ,
which no reports have been-received), Not a word"cbuld be received from I and some are missing entirely; ; .N WE \
.. ... nO'
'Iywsn,8t sa tilet : % U to KIsslmmes! and contiguous territory thai ws ,are
*1 it Is be.leved here that that section there"last night/ The' train whiob ar? I LOSS TO SHIPPING OBKAT., t > '

WM nearer the' 'center of the; storm riVed here about 8 o'clock' from, west I ''Passengers coming' this, ,way on the I. 'To.balance... ,i...... ....... .. ..ash. < .Manufacture a siiparioV quality of ic. and solicit their $Mtro_ x
'''-' .east coast train arriving here yesterday SCHOOL PIH T IOT MO.5. for the :same;; ,At large expense) we have e ulpped>our''plan '
than this.t v Florid the Seaboard knew
;> a over nothing ............ .. .
I Aof. 1. To balaoe .., .IlllWBepi.
with best that,, could hlfbly
machinery and
buy art
morning that all along the the ''
The storm seen to have struck the of the storm, it having struck: that 'report .t.To Ux ooUeotartaM. .. IBM..>;... a W ; a
pleased with the remits of 'the .trial that has: been given It tide ,.
East Coast and turning at- or near part of the State ftp the train left. I beach from Miami to Robes Sound *J-/ 1ii 2 ,

,Miamicrossed .the, State, taking MAIL REPOBT VROM MIAMI. several aohooners'afa-lying wrecked. 6f .art..n$ 1,1Ltq.r.oi","."...:'Jo. week.. 'We' are profoundly grateful for ths'encoura&ement'3o, : .far \

in Fort Pierce Myers and Tampa I as The'mall train' from Miami.-, arriving One four-masted schooner, one three- '1 To baj&oe.... ..... ..... . .. new'aoMOOb given us and shall.endeavor to merit a continuance your good,: w'
may be Judged from the following exerpts :' masted'-achooner' andaeveral: small .OB-lltTalC't x0.4.. will and patronage b ,.strafi'ht dealing'down weight and first-olass '

trod the ! last night; brought the first' account 1 vesssls names unknown: are among ..... .t.To bal_............. ,,,.>..i.....$ XSSIBen. roods. Tickets on sale after to-morrowand''our: '' prices,wll1 t\be'f '
report of the Times. of the ltOrm'"'by ,malL ft was ". J.ToTaxCoU.taXOT.laOa.;,,. ... . OT 01 }
JUnlp* of Monday last:' the wrecks; satisfactory. Free delivery by our own wagon.. or. .that of Mr._ .Jo'. '
the of the Times- "
from '
correspondent ,
One of Standard Oil :'Company's tmnS M.Oardner, who will handle our product: .L.Very :
A leVestrttotive storm has swept over Unioo/and is as follows: I' warrant vald& ..per Ua' .'v .:. .,, 87 ' t

-bei extreme southern part of the Stategreatly steamers, with two or three-barges, S'} .. .. .. .. .'- respectfully; . .
the 'l'OM1&Doe... .. .. m 15
Miami. Sept. ,,1Z.01' : .1' .
reducing the Inflicting past also beached. F, The :crew/ on.I. laa' canoeled r' D. W. SUMMERLIN,
orange orop, Paid and warrants amountlug
hours the citizens of Alfa '' '' : .
twenty-four of fifteen men,*were"'Ted; and.went to PHONI 1.1 Manager,
great loss'upon the,shipping ml have been wrought 'upto 'a high the hotel at .. 1 I to' .188.41 were 'burned in open . !,. .- .,-.! "
and doing much damage; to buildings. tension overasto-mof uausal Boynton.Two session, said' warrants belonging; ,.to 1 1 M .
.:and business'ln many of theOwn.... nervous BOMBS WASHED ASHORE.. different funds, as follows: .* I f ",.f-
has been .
severity which v ..
All telegraphic oommunlcationshavebeen l 'raging' The bodies of \"y: >"'Unknown white General School ...nel...:... ...| ,7e W -
throughout{ this entire'section. Ir.'ls: BpeoUl yahoo& rand No a :.. .,. .. 1140 .
temporarily out off and the only men drifted. up on."the hesohnearBoynton. ap.rl.laebool1'codloS... .. .. ,. .< Oil .
said by.those who bar lived in' this gpvolal Bchool Fund N 4. '. .1'.,'.....'. .
Tik/oruiatUm recel yed .here .up to l lt.t They were not from the wrecked BJ < -
section that the atoinr of yesterday .
night, when' the mall arrived from the ; vessels on shore, it is stated, and are *' u i .. . ''

'stoem-eevept section; 'has' been from was, the several fiercest days ever witnessed past/there' here.For has. supposed to have been either. ',washed .Board agreed to pay [eight, dollar J. L, S ICK1.AND.;' 1 '!" . S.; ;'S.: ''JoHrtsoit''',. ..'

passengers who came to ..Jacksonville been a heavy wind blowing, and greatbanks from the deck of some vessel at sea or a month the present ''session( or, .for . -. o. PHONE'N0. 8 It.: li: ,
on the first trains which. have reached their vessej went; down !n' the heavygale ; such part of the session ... it may be "

]here since the storm.., From the best of clouds weather'were 'bureau'was constantly / necessary,for- 'the transportation. (, of :

:'informantlon to- be had, It. .appears often gathering.visited'The by sailors and citizensto All along fob.l'aUroad. from Miami pupils to school No. 10; and--allowed Sti114aiid&Jobi so::

that the Westlndlan storm'struck: the can be.seen telegraph poles, and large ten dollars! a-month for the traniportatlod .

,east coast of peninsula and that from inquire If the' obsever had received''a pines andother trees' scattered along of pupils over tie Archie Lamb l '....

Jupiter on the north and far outsit., any notice. of a storm. This had In the n__ _irmund. No_ damage WBA. done__ ___ toJ__. route to school. "No. 28, .the current ,",-J.-,' : .=... :y >* t7biALaa3'
measurere prepared the3peoplelforithe
on the south thestorm swept .directly the railroad track. session, 0-1' for such part of said session .
"coming event'and as soon as the
across that part of the State,' being storm ; began AT PORT P :aoL as the. children may be carried.A. .FIes1L' Meats . Vegetables : '
flags were etc
put '
up everyone
violent. at all of the in-ermedlate to'make what preparations they Fort. Pierce was also visited by the 8.:. C..mpbeltW.:? .. requested to ; .

points and doing great damage tothe, their storm," -.aDd" the -w..terIII. the ii-op:i: atJNo..8 on his ''w..,' home, and '1
fruit industryr- -At Tampa thewind.Appear to boats guard propertyThe in river' was higher than seen in sometime decide on sits for, the new school dad' :#
the harbor
to have been as .violent as coming over',the docks of the building.. aIMi'EsfU = 'l'.be
were taken into the Miami river, where country hi '
:itiwa* at niaml, where It truck first, Oyler Hotel. Small trees were ,blown Bills were approved, and\warrants gus
there was more safety,: At this writIng -' he>d.: 'Ioreittpti'rtlios: _. ..'El. .ll... .. '.
In all 1U fury, and where-a... great deal down., -The rain fell in torrents and issued as follows:" .: ,

Af damage was done' ,'' it is impossible to giveanything manyhouses leaked' badly, -Young W B tUnton ulary Supt. and for 'frellb ahteed.Ptleileusyalraelnts.. .... -. ... r> __ ,.. ,., ._ ..
like a correct estimate as to the d my age. ."P".__ and tei *r pMn.. M 70
Hut it is on the east coast where't.be1rr'eat.e. oranges were blown from the trees and .HOBtanfordMB. : VI.. .. ...,.... .7 5 CO '
: .amount of damage. The East Coast. U-JWr ofcl&nd M B P I.;.;..... ., ....h...,. .. too ;
., damage l Thereare scattered allover, theground.. J'boata.&nd ] ? DOOR :
apparent) Railway perhaps the largest loser. ABCampb.ILMBPI... _............... IS 00 NEXT ; TO. POST OffFICE.vvv .
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several wrecks of vessels'and; It.1. launches were safely an-, American Book.' Co school Books St MWlnnACo ;
The frieght shed of ,the river dock ,.Is Ms -'ij.Tfr 78V
.. :
'TldeDibai been chord in-time and .
there; hare others were damagedby
'n '
: I '*oh No M. Uri 1 -
a complete ruin,while the long car shed Brownlumb.indlsUhn ... har
wrecked at sea, as. the bodies 'of two the storm at alt; W B & No Uw 49ZoPhllllp
on.i Seventh Street isa thlngi.'of. the ..abInglh for.chool llo.eo.. Mao f :
.sailors who weirs'connected" the ADVICBs'rROM STUART.Stuart ., WCOColnmDrdwfor ehool--.t' *4 M : .
past.- Captain Dodge/ who has chargeof Sllu, 111_' ichool Mo 11 M 20 \ .., '
bulling <
; ships! which have grounded were found the company's dredge run out'8stra was visited by 1 the 'severestorm'on 6 H Bilxltn labor*o school Mo U.;,,.,. 16 elWtllliBaU -- . . '" .."" .
."' .. . *7BOJim */vvvvvvvvvvvv "
I Saturday .anchors'and. took all 'the" precaution -1 Friday night about lOo'olock Hall .*", .' ,..... .-78 ,.,
1 It wasFriday afternoon ;when the which blew af the rate'' of sixty-five Joe Hall l< '*, Wtw.., 1 94 '
' possible, yet It. will take several Arthur and Our O'Qulnn ) Soh. S OO a't
an Nona
force of the storm struck Miami., .The work to repair the damages and miles an hour,, rain1 fell bl..torrentsand ) a Gtlbart com at ___ ..r.......<.t.A.a ''4 Of TT'arianA!! t
days J ROIIb. and No .. ... ,
wind had been blowing there for the river 'rose; .about' five' feet. rt potal I., ? .ft ,12 r
put the machine in working order. I R Gilbert.p otat fnnd No E. .... ...'. .... 01 '
several days .' W. Park's' dock washed . .... ' .'; ' >. ,
and peop\ were prepared roof George 'was IlL Gilbert peelal. fund No 4vt *. ,al. : ''' "" "- -\'- .
The entire of the Belcher block '
jfor a storm.It; was Saturday morning away,' .also the docks' of Charles Mo- HC.,8TANPOUD.: t'I"
Thirteenth Street and Avenue D, ,was '
-Vrhen the storm reached Tampa, carried away> and landed on top of Pherson. H. :.W' Hlthams _W( ,Jl. W. HiNTON: Chairman. : PaleGraaiiteed: I

the wind commencing to blow M about Hon. 1, .W. Watson's brick block. Johns and ,,the Flord.| ast Coast Secretary, ?* '.

3 o'clock in the morning avid;;Increas.. Fish ComP&.Jl1;-Tbe following acreage . 1I' ,
Thefront this build '
and south walls of
log until it bad, ..reached a Velocity of pineapple. sheds were;, blown down: ,Croup '- ... ,01,. : :'
lag oollasped. Pay ton Hicks| Is mourning .. ,
of & Easton & M OunD Gaor R. McPherson begins with the smptoms. of .)
seventy miles at.-.bout'lIOOD of. that ; Usually; .
the loss of the roof from his
da.1. : 5.'ac....; Charles McPherson, .3 a,-common, ,oold{,:there,;\'lsv chilliness,'
building on Avenue P. The west wall '
i-es. Will Be 'e.oraoB.. of the new building being, erected acres) R, R. Frazier,,3.:sons,, sneezing. sore.Vhroat, hot skfn, quick v: j Weather Tr t.

4The losses to building and shipping the Miami Printing; Company was for ,The sawmill sheds across the river pulse, hoarseness "' and impeded :;

were blown down- also toe postoffloe respiration.Give frequent small '
will not be nearly as great as those 'to leveled with the ground. ,The \ ;
FloridaEast '
tbe..grange induttry.;'.While It is hard Coast :Hotel' System's. :electric building atJWawa aDd. .dozen, telegraph ; doses''of.. Ballard's. 'Horehouad t ," L'1:!'...

to. ret any 4ellQI -IDtorm..tloai, and wire were badly 'damaged.' The'Miami I. pole; 'The'catboat.'Owned'". : by at'the' first, slgn, of a "croupy cough, .For'. SaJLe Toy ;;
) John M1Cb..II. a' total wreck., The, apply ''. Snow '
i not a word has been beard from De ..
Telephone' Compa.n.1.0 lost .
Guess, owned by H. K.; ,8typman, re Liniment eternally to the, throat. COo
flow and Manatee Counties, it is-believed B.
and wooden W (
heavy. Metal awnings
that tbe orange,yeild this year collapased. ,' smokestacks. were blown I ileted'the storm s.t anchorage.and was ,at. Psoeola. Pharmacy, A_":'j_ : ltfakinSQJt(1l( '

has been l"cIuc d.' one-thlyd..Ther..( down and a lara'.numbel' of the shade i not damaged., The l'aclDI'.zacht A'23V ''The"work: 'ot'isfnQ'the& buildings . .. ""' ., &:
: who : went_ in .the woods ..nella lying high t ,::cealer loa. ; L.
[ rare those1 up up i
f came from, Tampa trees were uprooted;. The streets were ; which stood In the point of tbe'trangle "

yesterday; and who claim that the yieldof strewn,with-'branches' trees,1 signs and dry wjth her bowsprit chopped. formed by Mand. :church street has

oranges will' be *reduced' ,fully" ,fifty' and a general collection of debris.f .' away.-1'beresidenoeof Captain, McNeil was been In progress several days. When i(General-.. = Hardware_ !:i ; ''S'P9'titti,:

t Percent. f At Lemon City several houses wereblown 1 blown frqmlta'f: Ddlot.loD and rain they are removed flu i appearance. ,pf Go ds.'r. :
From indications and 'a4vioeicelTed 'r
re* from their- foundations. The that will be greatly'en .
community -
seemed to beat ,through the .weatherboarding . '. ... .' ,
here '. .
| It is evident that Fort people of Miami have a great deal to residences. bancedr "" .. ; <
various ..
Myers lathe Arcadia '''and Punta Oorda be thankful for,'as the loss entailed' is Reports on received(the here :by 'mall )and The Tampa" Monumental" ''Works [, Get prices on barb wire and rialls'h6t' 'ti'btfUhio iIMwiier8' tiJ j ,F r
were and
thestorm; that
. I It. centered la'of that ,of the not very great.. 'Through" the country from those; :who "arrived ' very part ''haw consider .
i 1 morning'and last.night,. Indicate that ot work 'in,tbeli-.tla at most reasonable - - .
State.: If this !I. the o"P .the Joss' at ably.' Some;have lost anumber, :of. i I'J' 'V}, 1 tt; .
Tampa the of damage prices., They have furnished!< a ,, "
those places must be extensive. The fruit tree..I. was scene great I .. .. \t:
"belt" and that all business was .suspended number of p\ir people with handsome ,.- '
storm struck:-tie' 'orange![ at; the A large packing-house atltallandateIs .
during the time that the ..tormra&8d.. stones to'mark the last resting,placeof raw?
f very'tlmwhen a hurricane Is oalcu ' 4
a total wreck;, The steamship Martinique t Capt. C.: E. Garner returned from their loved ones;' You get nothingbut "
do the greatest damage to the
'arrived 'in 'port yesterday; Tampa Sunday morning,; and tells< of first-class work from these gentle NEW : :
| industry The is well formed MARKET
'" fruit ----I, mora DK'from Key Welt.. During. the the severe storm there.OOKTIHUXD mew and their" prices are low. They a

storm Dlllion ranhnto Turtle elf LAST PAOB.Fearful ., .. "
IA Captain ( also handle 1roD'Ieaoea. . - -, .. ;. s s"BABA'
Boy's! ) ( Hide'For Life. 1 ('
harbor and "remained .Ua...,until tbeworst' y : ;;\
,With family around expecting him i : .Agamst\ ,
of the storm ,was over.' .
to die', and;' riding(' for life; 18 From'paseengerr.arriving here .,- I lIedrlddeDelooeanddestitute. Such 'Raised" Prom the Dead.C. ..' f '!'I
& ,
miles, to. get Dr. King's,New Discovery account' of in brief was the condition,,of'' an, 'old W,. t Landis, "Porter"' for, the : ,:AHaving \WOQDJ'rRO :sr,t ,
terday graphic
morning .
1 for Consumption,.. Coughs and and solid ler by' name of J. J. Hevens, Oriental Hotel; Chaoute' ;.Kan.,, :says: "
the damage 'shipping other
Colds, nW,. ,,H:: .Bl'qwn..of L* syUle, ,. to Verialles.O.'.For years he was troubled Ml know what it. was to suffer' with 1 : : associated'ourselves together"llitberlttlt l

IM'andured'death'.agonies from asthma with and neither- neuralgia. deed If cUd and 1' bottle a ;
Kidney doctors
disease got a '
;. but this wonderful medicine 21 Ys.r. A Dyspeptic.R. : film : 'Snow' ket business we take this method ;of' soliciting a*lemet;."a, ,
medicine relief At Ballard's Liniment andI '
pave instaiit: relief and soon oQredhim. H.Foter3lli; 8..St., :Salt *keCI'W'rttel nor gave share of your trade arid .ha11.ndeavor.>; > .rwert%lt by prompt .
,He writes: "'r"DOW sleep,.onndly :' "1 ,have been bothered length be tried Electric: BltUrs. It put was rasped from the 4e>tid. I triedtajjget'ssme "senricr; f&lrand liberal l dealing and handlta*}; only the ,,b il, "ftInats

every' night.'.! Like marvelouscares N [with dyspepsia Indigestion for* .21 him on hit feet IB short order and now i more butbeforIhad'daposed' : ; the country afford: Best'mutton.,.>vi perk,;;",, eaoh ' "
he testifies., "I'm on tbe'r osd to;complete bottle, I was cured fIDe, .
of Consumption Pn.umoala. Bronchitis. \ arid all In .
; jean;; tried msny doctors without relief seison.V? Free delivery and prom a rvicejils our .,.
.recovery BestW e&rt.bc.10UTeI' I amelo' de truth too V :S6o -
tlrely ,
Colds '
Cough; and Grip 'prpreits j recently trot a bottle of Herblne .rn9ttor t .,'Youn. . .to. :.. .
: : and Kidney troubles and ifcllform Me Sad '1.00'"o.oeol: Phannaoy, 1 ... tit . ''"
.t 'f' .
: ,
matchless merit for, all Throat andLung One bottle cured me, I am now' taper I ., 1 oj; "' . ...'" .. \
', trouble''Guaranteed',bottles lug off on'the seoood.i, have'',reoom- '/>f>St.olll&Cb, and .Bowel;' Com' ",f,Thwllley Oa ett*"is prepared' loan I ; 'A *1.. REAYES.'PHONE6 .' . U

and 41.00.' ] mendedIt to' my; friends; I''J.1. curing pt.\nto..Ont\ :MOJ 'Guaranteed "b.r.OIoeola. : kinds ,of Job-Work.,la
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: ?l Bfeaumul' Better know a* c tea plant than IIO DIFFEUENCn.** -
i Ejesicjri! tq plolOera. the snowberry. the Labrador tea ,"Clm"pound" \I. tea.
.GNen o'r batlrt"!
-L..l r-w ..wl .. .& .- 'W ar r. or Ivedum latlfolluM. of botanist. '. dl1fe'rtnc.-It.l f..
which grrfwaltn ;'toliTboW aJMfl nWun 'tt dpa'atanNno
: talc wood., (Am nR tq !frt o '\f bliat1.N'om'{ ." Jude.;
V ward. The l<, \-e5v 1 lc-erslt a IIHgI :;, ''I Vf 'fe-"" '--.J--nunr A(,

not uopl J'f.It c biD )trsed. I UJTWI uuroJ. No ftflrYO"9.
rr n altterant !"y'"UfO<)ofr.tllno'
aro tough and leathery, and densely *onir..\-ltrtiJ toll l"nnd trflntnfr.oDr

clothed l1ndl."rnl'nth'wltll" a rusfy brown .h.: Ji.1it: "K..!.:! .. ..]'bUs.Pa

tot'iIjft. },1 'Atple' ;e "' dgamy "r"' l'' *. .; Ail d.tq' .1 .)WU) .)l+ J1.1. gL' 11 I\t"f\lIt1\ \ i
sort ot"taele l lo 'hot water, and the . "o.IIIIelt'li, : iQ gu'!! out and'
.., In'lftlu( 4U luk' "".Iit"lltr1-l'OO1" grads. :, Q dijl '$! ;ici 1 Oat Oafr Oa1ti41/!:; : of"'alt'I tn ctar ni-o | Y YMtl.Wlaip
' : most; "iarg'elj all e<
of black
Sweet. fern, wlilcn' hi 'BO'' abundant a' I) T one, yj-t' It 1* InterwovenWlth leechlagwflsu' o'ssgptiuh clio au,de<.
growth everywhere.on sterile hills '0)1(1 ".' r other of social null UOI1&Jlu polopurr, I a'hvI.halts,!k.nbittla: .

by': by''nionntaln'hRuls1dc is another fa- 1o 1C"" political I. well bcli'ig./ tnteslha offubflc The export of aulatnobl'c: i. about fl!,- ,
'' list report of the'State Board
mou* plant'being' of ten"known/ : '' OOouJ'arear.( | )j. j i'' .q'amsars.l'Iso'a0urefyrL'ouwmptlooanr.t' .
r ___ t I In moUntlin'tea.: Luring the CivilVar Honda of Ithode Island, on *
r Its usd >l'ro'is 110 class of rltlzeushlp but ] ,,
v for teawas: p.lrtlculurJy pret'aelentIn ,
.three :
: 111
n what! li' benefited directly or liidlrectlyjthe'former try yur.
nt the iJoOtlitJro 8tnte4.sad. : << many,; : ;\.,lf.i>,f U1V)'., y
he toq
4 i Con/ederaje! lady,, wlio. |had b.een may.come '
'I reared lUjJLyxury, ",ins .reduced, to'drin{;-,. ready ''lIark .Jo .,tfll nnd ,barter;, the\ ,laionufhcturer .i.1" takes bo)'rII"r'.bllllerl'd"sb+Fil in+a.;IIIU"'j'C.IP a.,eputaLl01' +
remote from May
In the town
Ing ; substitute for hl'r oolong
utr 'or 'flowery Pekoe:: 'tAo fella"gl'and'( seaboard or. railroadwho In turn 'can,, __-t- 1'T T.

1 1..+ \ P''a' fto'wt"rll of alt' the ',olt'lentollt'flre./t'n@:: / -" Uaulhts, coannd'raw an
-dued. Wltli''aa ntrlnerJit 'ippreclnbly lessened" 'cost. find carry'bid'
:prJnrfplc.:j>ndj.arri .af"
'raodrrately stlmulnnti; 110' tliat'tbclr' i nntshort prodnet.for trrtneportatlon! Gray
suitability for the innnufnernrerof a 1 1dOIDestlc ivlll be helped., It will make him Independent1 ,

t1'' + .'it'n'.Wft8'reeogaIzed: by!American i '
",-coun.try..fork; as .lonjj .ORO qs the I which are obllgfil,' by reason of! short' "I have used ''Hair Vigor' ,

A dnrs,w en Oeorge'UJ'OS Icing over Jlstaneea. Jo "charg" an excessive for over thirty years. 'It has kept .

1 _ _______' them. ,,L ,/ r.. ; 'frcWit my scalp free from, dandruff and "
_ .,1 :jQne, speflea-,- 'the" frngrantlenved'pofdeu : t ? ...The'toller in the many shops, and has prevented my hair from turnlf -,

k "''rod.: known /sometimes a* Blue offlees.ia to be hl'll'l' lower 'Vent. r\!! !-*\lr': fAi.?SVle; ,

Mountain' Tea, postl l""s. in addition. wjthln his means, because suburban'KTlng Bi11ln&S, Mont.aThera .. . . .
thfe'Haror ::6fi''llcrjHce--1>ra 1111: 'piping / l3inade.J: po"slblerby'.good roads;' .
,} 'Yhe; tb011/ahd""bt; W mWknM*<*>>'aaTe*admired the anken-garden,$ h.-"" 'e8f end -of Horticultural' Hnll-FeIN hot II\" the'wilderness make a plans ADd all who'prefer tb 'oPC'n Hvlng'-tO"", ---- is 'InI5-' eciilliar

mount' Park veil I be interested In tblA\, very striking presentation of a geometrical garden: at'Stoke Edith the seat ant:featnrb'la-fl, camper's. .Hinllad, bill tli* huddled City life will appreciate the
t) of Paul Henry Fpley. HertfordnUlre',* f Iklond. .Tbe design Is a pattern work of floorers" grass and various'totoH-d of.tar,..' . benntv' EveryItleen ;o profit inomelVny. thing about Aycr s: Hair; ?

N, atone. The hedge Is of clipped yew. one otth wonders' .of- Stoke EillthTg::: a formal garden in needlework ex", .Most! .lf not, all'of' / .tiiece! plant, are Coul try and suburban districts t .Vigor-it is a hair, food, '

;t-\",: on*, cot to?* ttVlfWH: '.-. #lf>'. H hl.r'1tet'O"q)1'/ d. ..:::ltf.t. Iff I,1 ''t.eoa.r II., -.,.agJne hewlnl_: work I/!/!;,!eueeealedy, I considerable more orlea Innntc, atrpgpnt| a old" ',in and tnplr.contain''tnnke- and will marketmen be lUort', will'<)f b6."access.:enabled'
'rJ up-qualltlod\ which go for t6mRkel1'f'.r send< their good by free delivery, at no not suddenly turn ,'
;\ '"':BUlLT 27 BldtifdfcS"ttl *"J1 thFlelttriefp feameri--which traDllp rt., tea the' popular .beverage'' that It i*. .' enhanced cost to the buyer. look: dead arid lifeless.' x:

'.... \ fd the brldicea, .practically co)uplq e-. ffff+ftt Y i' i Good roads not only, cheapen! the cost Butgraduallytheoldcplor "s'
IN'53' WEEKS from the'.bopli.(of Philadelphia/ Ler;: J MECHAJScAlTBAIT.Thlnz of Jiving in tile matter of rents, but
also reduce the price of supplies read comes back,-all the rich, r
African coast. -All that remained |b bc ' ;
fir- ,' : doae, wali to .et.. the.pleces--: In place.' TEAS OF THE!"'FORES!?* n Lle.LU. '.son'"of'a-ready market. It has been dark color it used to have.: !

'OO'American boy; of: .t-rventy-foiir-represented brfdge>-bttlidingrompaiiy by a* .'drive ready''I.n tbe'some for' actual the rivets.and rails.''work of the'bridge construction' was,{...:, t.1 WatiTe 'Hants Ai.'substltntes' for J A.The WlsrStI of inventor Metal'pr<.ot this device Robber is Thomas. , the demonstrated'again betterment value of of real roads estate and'dgaln means and'guise that the rise the in Thehairstopsfallingtoo.SI.M s..... All ..tltrta. .1.,;. t:ra' '

Just coraplet twentyseven ] A. who claims will tbo- demand be enbanl"fd.b '
the British''and American'metbvaa' the Eastern Herb Bryan\ thai; I It may be come If '
_, railroad 'bridge*,tor were still more divergent 1 The British made In the shape of a minnow; craw- j cau.e of facilitated transportation. WB4 aAouN.d.1N.uiaad 1.1tS.aai. ...{
_', a British llne,, In:tllgapda. Idea 'was .to i employ,,... many men as'' flsh.'fly or any'other body..In the Inf '; It would Interesting to learn I how y ft" your BoorMt...",_ .m.&... Addr_. r .{
trlca.ln record (.JnVe,w.. ;v_'.'rL' '.'. could tH, bad; the American to do with] + .,. many farm have been abandoned because J. C.AYRR CO..Lowell.Xa... ;t:
,+": The Uganda Hallway J* ,.a/Jlo'rJ'un-!: as sing frouQ tbe ]coast .above Zanzibar picture Illustrates this contrast Fir Ing and forget to take their tea caddies up home deserted tbe buildings
to Victoria'Nyania. the prrciMi'.source meq Americas "traveler"' did along; may; find In -thewoods. many 'a gone to rack and ruin because the for* SOFT. SILKY HAIR "]

+ of the-Nile. Its construction presented the"nroTk of over a hundred natives em-i substitute for' the fragrant boliea, mer holders could not make It pay. .It t., \.
dttDcult'eDgloeerJn&"\problem, a* the ployed by,the British contractor Onfii wherewith to brew teaming cup to was not worth the living. In many instances <

land rise'sharply'ta hearly'-OOOO feet of the longest/ of the viaducts was put add cheer to a cold luncheon. Jndp -d. . ---1 good rood, passable In all see 'f.'f.'I
above a.l vef./aD4 necessitates a'two- up by the American force In ..lxt,1olneh It has not 'been so very long since tons would"have changed the drift.

M percent grade much of the way. The ur, to the surprise and admiration Chinese tea \taa a luxury not easily The most costly, a* well .. the gnat
'road follows toHuous"' "'< )ufe through of the English engineer 10 .charge 'ot. acerded In "tbe ttemoter t'ur l..mst.rlcJ' I I est amount of freight traffic, Is over 'I
broken Mils, and over numerous' deep the line.Tba of our country and recourse was had country roads. Outside the mere .

.'ravine-. _. _' L- i.. . .._. .-.. actual enirlnecrlnff was habitually to native" .herbs or .shrubs question of land values is the larger d
_ ;'' ,' ,.After tile vruisD bridge-, of the forest for makeshift. Then, I one of the Influence oTgood road upon D 1 Ilyq t'

builder! had* taken two ream Tna nurfan ATwOax-IePLOT1NO A too, In the stormy day preceding the commerce, manufacturing, farming
p 'tp conatrac t" 'I 1i1VT' 1i 1Tc- t i'7t" foevsdt"ots> American Revolution when (the' loo- Success Is not more remoteto l

a e ,a* place the rest'I f tsU'Vefe" In a turmoil over the stamp the'question than the'wear and tear Ton Vas i

_ ' the work.,in the band of taxes, levied by the' mother country. H ml upon horseflesh, wagon.huma n h'i) i}
1- 'I merlcan engineers.- An It waeSonsldered; unpatriotic tc;drink strength and endurance '" .
merlcan firm I tea that Imd '. c.( ....aa ov 'VUAfto. a
"I... undertook t paid tribute to thet-Gov Till whole matter of the- economic ..
i ( the work, .and.,to flnhh the ernment, and the Tea : )/Me1N.elr'tbmwnfibsae.i..Z ;..1.1I
] ao.ealledLlberty value of such road a* your commission ash\ will work .."." tit*t.vrfUlliur h.- ,
:JrMgw' .| onlplet? foi (sqm was tbe popular drink.. recommend beyond I ; question, and to tutlr out oil uidpirp-or tonlo.PRICE.).y.druQel'.o. BtUimf \Itatt ,1.
"'t. 1 psa "than asked uy Brltuhf This' no doubt was made from a variety +
the "
um up reasons therefor we claim: :
; :. 25 CENTS. +
_ ontractora tor loading the i'lutraana"l JI I jot-herbs, but 'certainly I from the (1)) That they make land more accessible : At. yonr'. dnwit't'ai or ry _lL> ,
r" '
laterlal on shipboard. The four-leaved loosestrife a plant that .la and so give It a, wider market) (2))
.,' "1 .,< obtracv with the American abundant In almost every woodland, They Increase the desirability living ,-.. -. CARPENTER' CO..' j"j"A

'"\" Concern called for the com pIt'* It Kfsvn foot or two high and may be In the rural districts. The great value l. L ulvltle; 'Ky.MALSBY .

'Con. 'of jtewprt .4' tb''t.' recognized by Its simple" upright stem of electric-roads ia many Instances, itnotonly 1 -- I
upon wlilch'tib'e; lei il'* are aenn wholly ? in Tapld*transportaton--and "& CO :

i't of four,1 or sometimes flye... lhe "l'lIowstarlike' Y T- quick service but because'with! this : : l
flowers being on long slender almost
41Nn tR'htr aH- l stalks from pent the bane of the 'It'atefl. 1I'TBloALrrsB: ': BAIT.. ....:.- good building road:. (3)) They Invariably: lessen materially comes :a 41| ScolbForjjlhSt.. itlanta.Gt.. : k

During. the Revolution tho native terlor of la mounted .electron ..the cost of production by decreasing" 'k'i

leave moot .extensively lined for tea magnet! ''and having movable parts the cost.of transportation. In weir and ,f

were 'probably those of the .0-<<"aJled such as flu. and<< toll.inavlug armatures tear and time; (4)) They bringwith
;\ New:Jersey tea-a low bttah that for the.elecltro-mngnet
w1 grows coDnectcosll them the 'aq-called rural delivery system
everywhere:; in dry woodlands;. "An Infusion > therewith.;.. By means of small. ;! 'ell'r ; (5)I They Increase the value of' I Ionabl. 'i
of the"leaves boll a clear amber -battery fastened to the'rod or carrle4 property and lessen taxation. ;

j color, and In as attractive In the pocket'qf the fisherman"and a. .And y.t, beside. all-these there are

real tea: but the taste, though ,astrjm convenient toifch-button.. ,wlh( the other values. The State la solidifiedin J

,;J Kent; Is byna means lively Some effort -' necessary wire''l"OIUMctlon between its educational Interest, The pnblic ..wad. ,!Stationary;
bas been mad :'wllhln, them It I* possible to vend a ,current school I* more fully appreciated, and

_ simple, ; The' ,..bridges.' of tively .recent years to revive toompari-j r througli the part ns desired-wben tho its attendance .a I visibly Engines; Boilers,. M';

tvhlct'thd'1Qng2At'waf:400ar ofrtblg ,plant,a* apubetltute'! J tail and An of. the mimic fUb. will be I I Increased. The" people can come together Saw Mills .

feet and the highest. lit I more frequently for social Intercourse J'
feet weVia* almost entirelyon and so develop the community.Good' ,.,' AND .ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY

'purv fls and steep gra (J roads are civilizing Influence Comflftt tint carried fit afoot fw .
enter but}' t'h' an'k I'to the pet.feetlon'.o(4lhe' A* Charles Sumner once said: "TtteJ '. JMVXDIATX_ .Mprt, 1
*nq ctlOb road and the schoolmaster are the two Bast.-..."..lx>wal Frtooa_d Boat '1'.,...
most Important agent. in advancing 11
work Pt ..lIoml-\rjlJd tite
civilization." Write us for catalocue. prices: ;
h ovndnetH' -Vt
1 the foundat-
I, etc, ..10re u>"lnJt. ,
1'k' tlonvork, bytluBritldb V.. Co] ... '
engineers, frerytblng.Jltt: n '
; I ': ,, admlrabJjv/Tbere were\,1OQQt j : : All recognized say that authorities no vegetable on tbe matter subject ........ :.
T :11R3ICAlr .ykJ.lWJl'l' WOBa-: oratee1lllttbtl: entire .
. ':; OILY VITA t'contract 'I i!a should be-used In tbe'conltru Uoo an<} ,

e. t.. 42,..._.. ,, __' ._ _.KDKn._ e ..k I: tt _...M.-i rADd..t'-t411DcoltJ.s__i_..'_ ._! _.S.v maintenance of roads or highway 'In w1thH.p' -
: f.f ..viirwiwinil i H JOJJ BOU> '?roytlod "- '' 4 yI tba M.a-
Y.n.\ : spite of this, however,' many road d Work, a.1 -
"d ; -rqtlictld1'tIUa thai the.inergttlcafdtadaptabridge : ,, a1.4forsocva\ cArt+rucivv. uiin_ .
t; were"-completa; an delay: builder*frot* the United States mender are ''throwingInto the middle ITT..D.... or OTa.*.TfO,... writ for full\
f tboweVer. extended the duration of, the met and overcameiyodld11ave'beenserious : of tbe road' the mud from the side d..erUfeeln .... MannfaotnnMlby the. ,
i. ditches as well as the and SAMM IRON WOHK.WIn.tnn-alni.l
.work to ir JltOr orenryear. except for 3dflUsclpllntf I grass weed
"foresight of
;1 '>''A.>graduate of Cornell. -qtv. A$, prLDeder of the men In charge Tke '1. that have grown up by'tbe side of tb.' ,
: of Wllkesbarre Pa. aTeat. r I road. The leave and other little that
was put traveling crane did .most of ,t eork. : Southern Normal University7
//Mtt >charge entlrew-ork of'.4lbn-! have, accumulated at .the sides of tin
> wltWnever to*e thaif Vfiojbre f .
,.tru She tJt) ftli itn ta>biUM> Job at elace. V* J {= R.J road during ,the winter are placed in k HUNTINGDON. :

n. '"t"D !.."', eb.r 1 JtDA bC'InJDfecej&berDfJ *t :yearlbT wok +r the road to rot and make quagmire A. E. BOOTH Ph. D., Prcildcate'i'a
? '
: for the
brldge-bufder. are calledtogether I people to travel through durfo Chartered the ._
was completed> and accepted by tie/ by Stat. of To. to Iwa.;?
'.' With 150". -.allor*- and, 'lonzihoreineir BrltlsfL-Clovcrrjnient.- the ''winter spring/-Good. n01l lYaalllJlIi all dccroM and dlplnma.. confenvd by Cot ere '
': India It should besnld -"" -- aadUnlT.ralU,! Ylft....dlfl>'
"hI rroqs ;; 150 native Africans' .-wereTheBrlflsB In fairness to contractors*. thaf'tl"ig y U full operation. Th. LadlnB Normal...boo1l
II. 't.terlD'4 ..ttIPW''ce. of ta.Southen .UIM, stands
%; contractors" ebippedt f1telt h rehlarkltlesineaIlrayThey i mply ae.u...,.-. ... sash Th. beet ....Ie. achoolln pra-mlnant tha land. It.'.;'

material front .r 1ylp Where a .couot, has a steam road!, .
"k England In small sort..eMO.orlor.nyotherprol.nlo.r y9
pleh tookythe contract,, and filled It with .. .
,* wbJ1.' .the American1' v roller it can housed to great advantage'In Coll***of Bu.ln ,Shorthan ) companyhMODERN Aoferlcan celerity.-Ilarper'a Weekly T.l.irraDhr Bolonoa Liberal Arts, Law, Muato
---. . .. r keeping tbe roads In repair when i It Oraturr,,rta..In on* of the fliieat and rat toM
: ; is not required for construction , modloua UnlTanlty bulldlnca in tha aoath. '
.H MS LWJNG.\ ceived Sky'a horse"!at ,too'otjlslahave"'' ,, ; Juet.l>*en re. 'na rr either by picking up and rerolllng work ma Room. Tabla well board furnlihod from ta.00 to $&- per(ao..tIt)'
t OJr..XHIt, NeYork"Z0010g l is cadam'road or by working the earth Tuition ten we.k.elOeartt paid "
;, Gardens,' n ) TEA advanoa ..
,.barm.beeD-. xta tnred.>jiy .road for t. year M per cent dlaooaot. La**
- Into shape after they have beentreated than list J
pay.for all*xpna a for aehool y
agents for
.. HORSE. Hagenbeck la.the Oes SOME: NATIVE' PLANTS THAT'' UAVK '' : by rtle) road macblne..OeodRoad. Dormitory and town ....Id."_fnraUh itMnfr .
.... + 8EKVEU-V8 .
I t .., erXofjQobL, Tbe.otarethe.nearest I i"' StTBSTITUTKS. I ant _....odatlcna.. Community In inor-'.
ap Magazine.
bid'boree proach to the FOB TEA 0",11 and loyal eoop.ntloa with lb. Unlr.rl.
The at present ia limited present horse of civiliza .1' r I. .d Rundrad.of dotb
+ tion and an I . *of honar Iliad with honor
tecttMcQULnCoddi'Juid.J; : found duly on supply Importantllnk bltbr I by po
erto a' commercial scalej..* The, leave. are agitated A Clavar Woman. Ibis In.Ututloa. Mar w..r..lMre I
musing In
the so, rapidly and
chaln evolution, .lifelike that I Patty Lyle Collins ii Southern no.r.arthaa at o&h.ra In two, and thoro
salt to 1 woman.
contain/nearlyten per cent. of
which reathes tf01n1"fl'Obl" da =bree- no member ,of the finny tribe could 1 said .work too. Co.and arafnf n>arcelf"Jllll
tannluA' Hemnx'k:,leave and those to be the belt ttolregraph- dapaitmant In of datail.d West 1"010
toed iorBe'. ..fult;: e domestic nlJal'of the arbor.rltae *, 4)r... think for: a '.second of questioning I.:* leal expert In the world She 1 employed .U. *. om...,. Catalomn sharp ,.... .Kail l .... op.LT *>
hare also -
t -da played 4 part genuineness. ..
: Prior!Ho tbe' discovery of the n'**y ] sus. Addnw. Th.I".ld.... .Cln-'
nnmeroua fossil type! of America. It'waa In the' making of rustic tea.: The arborvitae i;This can r he by tbepotolBce department at do. . 'Ii;
le a tree that grow wild In great made of 'Wuhlngton.'where she decipher some
met t \ ,
generally" believed although
that the horse a Inventor -:of
the IIddre..ea "
.In northern' wood,lend the orletlerfblit"wonotherwise
f"Ia originated 1 I. of''toe'Vplnlbn l that
o Europe+ ,.Ms the old-time"! 'Maine/ lumbermen I used fre- be rubber would not reach their destination, \
Indian tribe Oft preferable, for tbe
jenconntered on thin qneptly'to,resort to-Its purpose. Where Out of .400,000 letter UQINEi
continent hatlnaior ,leave. for.tea It la .desired .to'make' them every received .CA :
1Y Madera :: oOmetal l
pale when other! herbage.fa "dead", every the ;
r ontological fortbe pur- the wire year system ot '.de- '
research however, inch aa pose... tery connecting the flub and bat livery by her has been so perfect that COLDS; arid .
1 may be
nowbelng'carrled on 1>y, PI'OteBsor011001'1I ,readily,that 'the .
fttteplan them '
: majority ::
The reach
wipsepcarlet'berries their
and Profe .orsMarsh and ( there will benomeana offered for dc*' f EVfiRISH CONDITIONS:,
Cope r the
apopt'the tlnatlon
|.Ize.of in
H rtB In the past;, ha*,,demo0 tratcd pea are sol 0 under escape of tbo current. Rubber how. an aitonlshjiigly abort 10., SS and tiraanta at Drvfstoraa
? ; that the thmc'ahd-
North. America ; naplg'ofteaberriee; ; b'lralt vender ever has advantage sho doe: without brcnkr o.cxo+
posseste., at>tar/ more on our of construction, log. the ealv: Is her record year'ahe'.supplied
". complete, series, t :: lr.L.'D1'7an eav: that,, :
f .
: developmentalstages which the.Zubber : .
wa* 'long agoturned to ve for can'be. thern'on eighty-seven cent ATLANTA COLLEGE PRARNAC
; and points :Jo ,,the fact; tljat the tea whence 'th.. as readliy'palatcrl and colored the "., .
+ common name of a fact which Db *
cradle,.of the modern horse bywhlCLawrkpow' to deceive tbe1 game. fish cnses In Itself .bo-; rw ::nary, only enlloira In t!} TJ.
Ike a* metal
pro'a1ll7 s Demand-/or anJoao.y.k'ATNY.Whlt.hatAtl..ta
? It'Jn.Jtennsylvanla. .. .speaks,tba enormous work-this.clever than ear : a.,
not In Europe, bqt >Id th vraatar w* *ut>t>lT*
x: '" 'ly. 'wtt..D'.1tflJl8.-: .; ' .'-.or.lsia4It ,,"orl .==Sclentlfla American. ', New. rfoon New 'Pogl tall .It nder chockerberry.!,'for *onie .unknown Tb. ,foilag .,Croat Tirltaln maintain a navy 4' equal woman cord-Herald.,does day by,, day, ,,Chicago. . ,
the combined, l
.'1.very.aromatic'ana' : nnyle: *.of'France. and
'who' .
; peopl ; r
... desert plains of Central Al and 'The trouble with fte *l,'f'fare 1H.t Russia.. , FOft
*. they arc fond ; '
,. / .1cj. 'Twt lJ 'dmeu;" male and 'generally pick 1' baton ;t -- Tbo '' ) a. l .0
\ T. a" drink hare sometimes employed Ilk \ There are,40,000 person n tb."mp-' "manjwbo; boats of.lilr trnnkr>- In : r "olII .
t aa
th. r an ul.
'" U'tsrt, kDQwa' ITaewal-, p..p1IIe', .,, ',. ;"o'J1"1 ,.. rot.. flavor. to real {?*,' .:+. "' ... ;. nletpal.erviee_ lnNew, ;,York Citj., sea usually ha* I. reputntldo for bra:''
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IAN The, tovcrnirmt and orgitnuatton of a -As>JL

ELOQUENT DISCOUREENTITLEU church'are oniy.i\the C3 -rtatoa-AC L* will, '' Pint. Impression III'Contused of ,With PhlHppln.t; Porto :Rlco.". tuam F -TO WOM HW
of Him who leads and Barbarlo Color.tmaglnot h R krnae
'-PRESENT-DAY INCARNATI real a criterion by which. Clone** and ."dl M..fA enumer i sleer[(

it th" church. Jeu Chris| If you can-but you never populatloa, cl by,. ,

" The. .R... .x.l vH ill'.col'lC4rninlE The sole,the onJC'body t strut ean- a mighty cleft la the, level earth the tweuUf' ,wM!('tyQBtliF4,..but It ' 1

H G ... to th.q..1I't1I "lt All b. at through it i i y berated a third of a mile wide, IU brink sharp wWlevthe) area ofeP1umeratloncovered( .r
,. .... i. e., tl t t enmcy, twelve hun-' Y'{
t | ; precipitous, reaching over ? ifaWair7jt"dd: delude e
Alaska aw ot !
11..1 ltahw I. th. to abandon so' arG ind eleaae i% } | :>
dred feet downward,. aom*>tlme al- } \ u
rf 1 ) i.e' dlon: band thsouRhr Porto- thVPhtap'iMnes/auam nrSamoa. I. a
NlwYoBit; ClTYTli ? r 1 lh thin iweulh. :e moat perpendicular' otnetlm*.banked The population'bf'these/'fie M-' T

(MoNklly; th.Throughout ot th. SI: e C riat ba bleu with huge heap of talus or buttereseed'wtth st.1 ..
Uaptitt Church' preached bit fin r u t W k.n t'be'&nellabefa'' haro ; I ly aequiwdllalandahurbgieygr.beeuasceY'Iahied .i NEW JKGJALT1 colt

inJI.. new- pulpit Sunday mornln 'a on ng i. bicl t lea. t... tplndllng pinnacles and tower partliubyv. eatlmate <: .nd, Internal MnllnM I. UM kef'"9I
a subject wa "1 ruen; Day incaI' t lus a, '1re oris often surmounted with eagle nests partly by ecJaJeenve*e .. ; .ru a 1 wornufcfi.. 'de Vi. f. .
,'I He took hit test from l'lnrCor teunneuti:27s c e wite the eIlurcl Doeet and all painted.,glowing with the richest yIRFI44ng.} .Je5Mnmaalon. aorenw r a.,.. .
"We are the h'', tlti..ndf Does it these estimates, the, total\poPUatloD. ol Chunk .*.D* t. ftwUfe ft, ,.
body of Chri.t
b eena'ally member thereof." Jlr. MeNallT and : oue + i en tn to pace color -va.t patchee of yellow and the TJnUed' iatenell liatbutlyYtik' poi'- f. 1 P..".. reed se w y..h .". .".

v Iz, .iel: tin doTneJd'nwiWW If .a*** i i. of*Chriat orange, streamings of red and blue sessions' In' 1900 divas 1 i ,._. eat eesb+eed .i..r.e .adk.
% church : follows Use pde.f Mil an mum _
the ,
the land with .of' find h** legitimate lilac till with Here a towering abutment all of
somewhat timerin ; Area of enum4rkUon.V.Te,301i8TPhilippine : la leer trwln.w tHnalUq b tavalnabto.Umim .
jda at ft
The thing the chore "ai '
wail! the <>ue.fcion-i* being eked, "What red"api; \tJ1ere another all of yellowy; 1.11II'tfuohari
thouaht .
all ita tiart.All toj1ape er the IslandsV: : i .
ails .Sf'A.'t ,,9
the >
church "Th.t> .he i. aide w : .. .
aeemi gleaming 1ts.rf.iaLeanRaerOeta.Ah'
flows the '
* be a foregone conclu.ion. The religioui '' of the head. Thacfit >% taoit perfect. ACt the"bottom Porto' R1cOJ .'.'..i. ...; .v.\.wll' '.8K3HS ;;_ ,-n.",. ., .1lee.erentrese, ,aaee.i.m$15eel .,
I body which m<4Ut> r' ea rlver.'ind at the top the .dark "
periodical and loins other are quick to direction she 'raijir:! 1..1bnt green. Guam'1J.i't4.. ... 9.0UO t.-'-< ( _n.JI_seC Owe Jt ,
.va 'AM Y"
t give a diagnom of the case. Iris becamef hats idund l ire ea forest reaches to the "an 4.P. _II powaJe ..
church which. eMoIP'il"ir.U ** 8amoar. ... .
.. .. _
the pew hM been elevated edw stionnlly. rCbrillt., eJ, .11. lIlT6'90. ..TcIcCAr. nardas Pa beta a.d.101
it because to know the thefnongliBwlid rl;>oae edgeJtna\sometlm&B. even . ,' ...
sr : the ministry ban lost .elf-r this" .t-'o --&a4.
pect and preatige.. Jt, U bec.uae and which fkeitDrataBtt responds, to .and'."gnarled .jpift**,' the 'YaDgu 0 ; ; ',0.1 r ,I. .., I ._....H __w..e
men thought ani pu1ioee.$4 .*n, minister, I Total. ..,.., ., ,. ... ,.r84,233.Q I I .
the I tik ..__...._ ....
r everywhere are too 'bu"to attend to the to : the wood, ytatu'v fr pr at l e M&
concern. of the aoul, or becauaa Cbrutian. deacon or .4>y'H.herh. *nr' authority head. : .a$ ioCl The only| counlrlea surpassing the Backache U n.fprc'runper and .._._... w.bees..tea., ..0ice
C..ek i the top '
be head toytldd ln'M '
tty ia BO "other.worldly" it ,' ; ; United States In number bf ''Inhabf. : iymp.' ...-tt palled Meo"w" .
i. '
not tufticient. The f the >hutcb ll i ,tq j I 'uang lfi'dead "oneof t > sno&t oonuuon
h dfalodg I' .
: n_ 11TI-r.611-'I..IrIaI.
i Iv practical for the life of Gf5churAA ira '
practical today tats ;Ch'lnoee .
Mhe r Emi lfe.'Ui 'nrIt1th
know .
Many other-reatoni ar* given for why theI ) tJIl'tcOnnf'CoItlOD ) armfereachjng( u' A' of kidney troublo >ev>4. ; etta besaef free.-Tbie
HMf '
church Jack* Let a > 1 Empire, the Kusilan Empire, tal , . I*IM!a Unr_l.ku* ewe._-
power. sUn .
with JenmCmiat astfta beartiiite mighty depths a e womb displacement !
tc .. -- .M esa.
It this Fraiicet"WlAi
charge 1 probably ;
againatth. church }JuatT head it. litewgiviogpdirecting poa.ra.and .; .r
; oaring eagle or at The'.1 r ---1\.. .H.4 ett..e.e-teed.
aUti.tic. may be truatcd. it i. f iten< African poasestlonsiTtom the MISS-BOLLMAffS EXP1RIENCE. .
ill .ucceta tApcy'in jln She 1R.Pseee 0.,. ._.._
return. for the nation dincloie the already,...urpd. &wh.4 l the canon, being not <0 roc __ '.r '
the In
lamentable fact that Chri.tlanitr ha kingdom j have Ion. W.. R.. rJlel' .. f' otewo Ut7 Some time .tt.cp 1 .a', a'vbrweak1 >
mad ,
-umbl\Dc.oft formation rurilshed ,
church will be forfniFrMnSh lnbtner'aekfug + \ '
cxtndithxa 'Work.''b'ervou .
c' 1\0 gain UftU her wermeet'ia'iend. Results'of the Twel/UvCenfu4nth; tny ,
even callcall Lord at
to know Ih.:wiir) aljtt every plastic material for the sculpturing . htf 'JUpaInlT.baleaare
and bock ox3uodfrl
proportional to the increase of my ; 4lly," '
,: pope.l point It will Jlobe rolltelttiLb seating i and wind which have September Cefltury. wl- ,tile"' .t. ,dj pepln,,
l lat on and the mighty development of com, itself in tofOv/cuhioned pews iw. a weefc i of water : all tJlqtiiyoa> d,.lUa4.torrible li.. .
,i, mercial intereit. In the city at well .. in with the feeling that it.haijfulfilled It* ref 1. tooled-Item into thousand .fantastic ., 01 aches v 4. ; otedlCtA ever made -
i G' the rural ctettbe I'e' .. 1&II-.4WlWtian.. .On. tb 'torJi11.l..Qnti."" IA Tares out gij-gntlo A: Wlriflpd Highwayman;. ". ., '.-' r My inotUor rot a bottle't..ldl ,. "A ...9ufldrfdinllUonuLot.

" i', pel-.". eke i ''lurch .Ibil'tl to Ht+ yen day In and. contrar\i.ot1\ (e"Ue.fibt dot;;' I'd +AVe, naturally, .ponder: why',.. wasp 'E.; 'lnlctiam'a Vegetable ajnd (omoUDd..1oJ1me. to.,t- ', *tliem ,Jiart: been. .
(" ** IVtJ rehina thtrhiphwavi px ; ,H teemed.
t the cnurch'ajW w ith influence face alT. .llnc 11 cannot successfully defend Itself ? ,.N/s"Sold nubs United
a commanding to inoculate* the life of the.Lord into a titanic strengthen > back and help tae ctonoe ,'
++ m ,th |community. The I.nd i* full sick world. Am the wing lad cannot hod' 'Impresvlveneas' of the place) gainst,'.a'fly.. But,'in''kddklon1 a toAfcr , _4"1{did toot 'ffeV 1I I'11' ti''' ..01 J.'t.t. 'itatt,, In '1'Jlle.
of reporB>of man' greed hi. trick ol : -
th ,.* i>cr,boiii ding life leaping .cli 14 -
a trade JUM' other diiregitrd of-aacred express church. For mUe* the canon stretches nward "robber-fly before % oolltl D1I04 to take it*and U 1 year 1'.et'fIlne.

Uon.' len are !looking to-the Gblilra.'I'I tingling ttirtmaff! with his vein the ,tuperaboundinfc nrf more can a spiritual from the lower falls.. FT also' 'endoired' with 'legs"of 'unusual brought .beaUo, .and trewrUt to,me., srleingYfrarjydl.ordered; ,"stotaaeh' !.'

'temfflB. tide of moral ... life of Christ I fail to give expreuiontto. iU numerous' well- -irnarded- outlooks en[.'and'power, tt"Is"tkuli enabled Lead, i.y anti,, to thank*jpu for' the relieved or cured liy their! Viwr, 80icoritnon

rauatiU, frankly conceded that the burcli hard th ho1d'ln' 'flcUnr at'(t Uch '1"'41.taIlCle rood,.it, baa done me. -Mi.8 SATs U it bat dlstss'e5"originate1'
or upon '
ha. speqta
teamed to be nla ?
t powerless to arreUt'o! w.f \"'i'51 recoziiied ? BOU.MA.; U nd 1Jt't''WalH'' A'I"Ot1"New'
drift"'il4'h. maaae of the people pata 'net I t ,h when H ha. come' lt1Ioli'Ulaktt' railing test the ,dirtiness of the hat 'the envenonved sting caanot.ibeted. Tork'City.-$iooof fit I from tb4'ateliseh ,e4aalfW,.. ,

door* or rarely enter. Her hold upon pub- i* the life of the church. The other heights unnerve him. may behold .. .- 'pow \ and'swift,as Its >wingsre.'tt .-."PWe hM fO/'I!f t'Kf4f J.--J..., .rted, there jit too cui4, ,
110 I. doe. not Hem to be verV traog.: that whifr car ft i. keihrBrk'andb hundred Varied views of the rrandeurj /seldom".eices itsitUwglng! : !'r Uea.ltU ,fb?ttTrV1pof'be' f )' beneftedOr
I Un lit) to. mold tb. ethical I lifeJtke \ d we arwth loAy\f fiJII. \ \ l'Jydta W PJnkham'Ve; "etabt. '
i i or* not Hem to te adequate to The church lithe body,of Chriat, looking either toward the falls, whit tims:'In mtd.lry,/but.usuaUyrburigltt, ( L 'domptIt ndurestbecauaeit..jJ. tured by' the 6ccflglou.I'u.e "\ pine

."- j If the condition. .rewbat tb.1 Why the Creator ... fit to canon. th wtpiritt seem' to fill the canon-end like a splendid self'on the back of the nnsnspecJngwasp. 1 Tnbuin; "t l,/ leIIUi. krinTT'tbemfinkf and' .
1 J b" if the church i. realty fniling to'' material body .. CAn- 'the greatest Juiowu'rcmedl' for. 4bcm JO AI dr-unllta' .
of our in of a Wgllly"of : I'|
marble off
.whlte.column or V\\ ...,,,.CaterpJJJars,, .pJMn"J11qU, .
.warid the world. the ethical ,' th.Vralnau.t
n by not know The fart rem lu that '
: .
theta .Dt
n : Tbebeugfr b nve h
Jesus Christ, something u .tand-I' p the body to find ex' the. northward where the stupendoui beetles-.dragon flies and even: .J>l 1t ,kidney!ialdeuagb"trgrJl4I.aA.r..J. pt gay
and the church thould ) preu.o 7t1rlb, Xb w'IM1 1 nor lt" 'V gorge widens out; loses same 'of It, bugs are alrehe4; andfeepitch ''itblgevfiftauusin.FromNaeul'e Every.womai .ReltQ6luszled, Ser'..4"'rr\-kca.Lo....
to realization of her real eondiionj 1 I Iiaae'Lousebolil
a ,S I ia epic the 'th admits more of the fores | and tlbout. the'FamfiyBettiesIJfgpeettrhoi' *
and take meaaure to .>nltb.n herr church, or Hi body we' cannot .a,. He ., henamlth fta4 allogldl4riN : cerVne
a, .tola BjBon the life of the nation. ha. done it.Ve am tbd body of Christ. and finally disappears among'.ruggembnattfna : Science. ,I In .the"'SepibmbSir'1tfldit. : , : :,to MrIk Plekharn.aatZdnp.Jt1aa. .t1'.lpll'.to"l; twfWItJ'
Wjffre>4oe* Jh. difficulty tk4)i X believ* ,Fheron b hiJJ.JlO.J '9r] _
+ '
'I'tta0 n olas. rtl'
\. in tkl Tb church ha* too much forgotten h, of .fle' nride'' tstmt.eiea er i 'E.er7wher.ft n.' q.f.J 1 Is e th M?, .I' '.":1 " !,."; .., j'and.11 her plt.. "' '.,'. ;,:.. 1 1I1.a., -. AI n.;' T I . .' _, !. .!
whatever real alatm in the world She exalted seated at the --r-
u. Christ i. .
the .a" 'oI' 1 .
t ha in7hei *tT6rt''' *4lve:Uielanghtr'rir' ._<.: tidlt,:.hindioll0edlmt 'brltI n"tnId '. ', Ili l'r" "etl It I." sirg C rthe .1o1r,.t ns.d rrOidlatitvei4ont ''V Ai if l : Ii II . \'BOORCHIiIR., '-' f'-" JI

l H lem*"thet.the lot few generationa 'have in the world today.31.livea in and worWtbrouihrlli. .111'8: it'nIiTer' p11b', neipt' gropldi110n Wbeu.111'1801,1)118"'burrWlI"' t.j! "Yettsr.y. fterad; tteeu' 1:'10'' IIS %I1r4ibrltt *eGlttna. t.ln. ,bot- t
pre.*tie 1,* '.Im I. method .t.'Cbrl.t. he t'd..epty *6:>mn iw'ndim1).I tUd. : hl ,t ','boa sf! irtoq Itlbflhe'Vfftt Jrelaod andatudylndthe'eomdllion.ofhepeoplepJ 141 saiI'he'W( "t1c1ri ,4'1iI7' 'ratet "f 'cwt ads -r. '?I' .,' %a 'i

i, t her,' *>inder. The.mjnintry ha* too much ( verr church of the Redeemer God and paint 4ib(. 'brpt odskefl.oud. molest;'m;'father _,-'ra/r 1'j: ..I I .Sh..P1.'IDC MlLhr At'e.UaI fJ, .!

,, 333 given htMll tot U"II Ht(education*iGt| pied n..jtr..odUimeell in Cht .. istgtRni ; 4agtrtnJr)! 1 yaM I Imensity .( tbemrho.thpyIvecggtttingeg.In.a t4t "'Wb..t""* ";"y itlri ftttrer 'eat-to ''Htl-ror.-tw his pameenetliJ -
{ .nture.| of reform. The baa too muchdemaaded. : fet tol. through thn church .HI.bodX. oelrbWering$ th'at' '
1' pew r .0'1 la ao t .p/tUcplar/rlilsiBBy\ :: trrah pips ." .' ,
New York- rd yiin tntiia; : >
."h : Thus i* why.the church fail in tier l +Wam ar HetWliCaObRen A
11 4 fIi Ufuiwe'd
(be. ;
4 t heart*' or* w1heebeen.piritwllysturetj. mi! lll wadi look r> 'rrI1**!1n",5!*ilr* .p ctatorsen. ;aatb Q i. onr. confna .el. f BII't ;9r ,0 1. u. "Y.I'a 1d frt SUO AArfot'a.Ulegramledslilnita.

,, ]ban'who would have waited on the mmiatraion : to realized her atatua in the wortd.- >)ia .e' 'f tbs'fiNe!' hQIf't.lJi. ;.'..IHar.ToliD''nulL.. ,. ,." .1 I' ",.r4, .,t, m'hl..d.a8h. ..baU.A, J ; ;TI9U&Ja} ".b' ':Airel csp church.Ita. fdraaken her her V"
of the appreciated
becoaUle *tMli eprriteailsaturea trerdtne .J *has iMlM aufliciently<*.4ttherdl init dtautr/wlch respond(( (t 'color 1 ; but.when he bar made the p" bits ertsksotftttf or'TbLSner: ., cl ,ldoesn'difkrent ".l.. eTorej Al M when,I ,toqghpI4, 1I l .. wea1t; 4tj!!p'the'Q

*atM d ant developed. Education esthete her. Think of HI You are a hand to do 'oil deseh4it W th :eafaooT totted .' ... OPIHTr..11 : ... .,'b.-4iUllldNd( ..IIP.eUl1lJ1cp ni sack ot'''don '"I( .:'lept.\.
icaiaad refpnu theycooldi bUi from tee Ilwr bidding feet to missions. ow the falls when be has seen t make oath ttiai h i f
i Fu.J..C.oay *'ewss.t.rr-rJI.U..t1"'Jlb 'fpr4 Cbicago '
''.cbcmi andlhe-TWeV* of
1sd fnnat be remetnliered that Chri.t. truth tongue*,' that larger C e.,-dolnK>b IIID .*> ..ln.fta-tOUjl. o.IIt4e ,
white incarnate gar. ofthaaj'thinrmAHe. truth ami >itte 1t Hi !'.*e. Chriat ha infikfnaMrf : to grasp a part oft County and,Bt.aforesaid, and that saltfirm
$ devoted 'Hi. *ntt. nAnitry 'Ihuwl'l ia:'o% lnt>uiilU]|>- ( will pay the mm of oxs .U...D DOI'

to 'lodnan'A* the mind. of Hi. diaci-' men mutt come to know Him. will m R I was lop aadhLBAi".varyeu.o ATiBBij. that' a'AAduitltS'leer..rg+Jlltiewvdtl' gi ..,
pea U e faclttat He. war |.,U). wo/M fff U KxcepVtjHa irjiopah nu kh'e ta-tb ;7life.! of,'eWhl eaanot b'chr ute ot Hlu.1* two Ioa.e. art l ma t uthfuU1. y whey are w toed am they are r.orduuwndrd mbfi I
4 one MrpoM aiKrtnat to rave men from in.Tortlio Christ it 1* no true church. >xe pt"it -pel-* > )I" IDCeaur .CATAaaar C".a.F.... J.v..r. tablog them 1 eoi aOl bend my peck''eo h to pick a ati.k el w od-ense ameeeel

t en:that \.might i save the sinner /orm&JU mifiion it In,not m church of the4Ude7nwr.V'A. I Sworn tobe-for* Ind'lad.nbsrlbed In'mrJA. p.ben ass talus aaV two bet-tied NvMea/l fmro end d t aim art{ fled ur d.e aw b0irh r ad a rel.eN7

from'.i. ainiU. te4.U Hi. tlme lie : ,Cb> bMlr ir'oaT del hatH ; o.alli : b'U.H .4- ,. .JI Iaeaoethlaahdayof ieoglber.,. s.ndt.t.taeArtylurA.dl.evs..ayualeati a l'.,, gst q pr
,+} rat* jj| HI. fiKrirrt and sacrificed HI. life. many member., and all the member of the I W. I 1?, J8toot W. OLa ltx. wr>tq sinfwtht'rf'
Th .*ia f .4. t r '
1 ol .4ueaUond or reform, it was sm the e\Iurcb. 1'he ddy tot6ltet --.1 Tbe'" /lnEellllget1t1I; 0 Ulu.u.' + eeeur *Catarrh Cat l It taken laternaUy,*a4 Yl..ey Pine Is, are. i'r9&+

{ jn .0 aalratkn.*,"! come-to call signq : though many,.unity in diveruty.. All the iota dlraotly pa the,blood and museum .arfaoa. >+7 the. w.-den.. Doan i 4ro''oa.
io nM 't' t 'Tb.8ddteiIlrielt aieMber alas 0 dfr'that t" u !sjetl4r.t .of the.yptem. Head for te.tlloolII&1l.Itw. k a vofpe' 'e.msurdnl Yl,
cofn.jto i4k .nd toTmv. that which wa.1 ., metry m/iy be complete, sad iU uMTulneaa than ' F.JdaaM..c."tTotocIDvO./I s.rp.t.tsg,

lot/l "lliu'' /afthful and unijn .. ,, 'Bald by all DrucKltte, .. ,
aaying ' T. 0I.Lt. t da a0II4e uI ry PUs. y
thy)"Io kllWeenUtidin, Chrf.t'J. emi' V nejjeneM"to ,the "ry 011".tiaie.4&. c4 J g4bFr\ HaH't. .,mnlly. TUla _to"t' t
' inta,th. worhi b save .inner*." When the 1 dependents of the lationj\ independence of lie that had bVloifged plrbpck l 1 _n '. reel 'jekllig'tlsh':}1'ldiidg q ,,t ,a"taiw.iri. :.eb thud tt .

4 h rehwill.ronren t rate-her\f.J u ll jlW ip4i.I'ucol1'hia spirit ee a rcywkTe} ;r:7hl. dq .- 'he 'wou ,. ,soa.Iq.P ,, , ,. ,
thief Ul'iMr ,en . .an.A 1b.a-1eYnd ,.I argil place,ith.chlftr.h iubb .At Us m Tiere{ are,tome people whose' nti'14the of the. l'1I'i1 /1 deslw
4 and"w iiMu) "Vill. of am-th. Within limit this i i. well. Within limit. 'Jbe. worJd'I"w'ouIJl'bo" 'hard' to 'd e-'. b e,'' apd 1" +r'': .'.', "\
quetion edu reform'Will take ...'eoenwrindl.idewlity.hereoee..btrwuv.or.ohatioate tCr&ttct. a card 11" j ' rlwwnaUa cwluvaBlaa. -, :
har-for.1a. flne the hies of pieces of' arlde, Tliey otrct 'aria.Arftk1'kriok l '

r care T>f-tltemwlve.. -, ?i.ball JN1. ct. ILwsethletywdni etc card draped' around meat on' the'''tablet-At* -*!.* aa4kMM hl.*,, !,o..,." .t ey, R../' ,
the limit where it can be of the moot urnto When" + to .
rr The atatu oL tbL church ia the world i.1IOlnt.d marked di-Ink 1t'"wdttad'tb l wtp i
out by Paul in the word of our the wmd.-"Witbm.ttte.' -4.enpecially .1 -'wa111"Tt''Woo.l4-brtD .' ra r h1aub'OI0. : .", Y' "' '\.h\: \ ,.. / t a ddng4, f ue y. b el aTA.C '.I ,;. I ':,. ,,,":,
true. It i i. one body-it i* '. .
,kt. "Y. are the body of and aev I r ::1111'. '"
hco in marked 'out' John Lubboc
each mutt Sir
Gliritt 'DhrtcMn th. world, part ,
thereof. If '
era1lrmember. gate //"h' P1'yTngrrt'd.1 .
Bimaelf while in the flesh to aaving men : clpet union with every other part. More, trained It to do this trick In less that, A mpn bat n.,lot more fril/na. on r" .hi'*, '. egkt.e..owra

from am by manifetting to them the life of I and more tk .alturch denomination moat work, together must a month. He'put the food card ove J>fll day.thdu'be liis'' ou'hefrsNe1York'Pre1I ( dlt.letaa"txu.I.
the .
,God, can that body-th. church in whitBe ,, more apd more It bring i<; e '''*' r ii r-'"" ttf . .
1. lf, do Mtter I worfr.. one in lI1 1n featift&-th.,)life of Uod the dog's food and'.made "t44card I .a. s ?,
that to devote itfundivud to the world in the transformation and wil- to blur-before"?
end enerale.-to. the aalration of.ttentlon'l ration fit men."i- matter-of.drlnkln
eat and
( have before now seen a, onploTOIpup ; : $TUART'S'v
the manifeatation of the life kTou : .
used like .
method .
.. get a hold of an old rope and the and golngjout.Jie a jIce
The church i* the body of (' \ .
lioln II. Jiaafiaoamfted lIimVelf. 'jWhat, a. though life depended on the process. The ctxJsr were'slfcilmlnfelSite> an ,.cIN n eucRu ,

wa. in thejwotld' while in the flesh 0ft pull one*' way white the churches other wh .e ootf'otbhi.. thewitiag ote 'To' all, whoMtTaMuvM the u.- ** *
that th day What Christ did for the world while eetnittienwouM mot lie unaptlyifustr4 dlffer Side*), theJlog thet.. .r Bluud _ia, sample bottle of j.One of the'ool.'Iii'1A} ti dOuthK wltfial MrM

r in the fle.h that the church must 1o.for hjr.the dog. Lack of timty in. aim and -etfnrt ..- languished them by the..welting lie .ra.Kidney ewktt'.I_ ,*landard of scholarahlp, located M a'VcryrpODMlar1 item of
Y Medicinewilllbsent 1 sew
the world toOa). "Ye," a. s church and i-a--spirit independence ta ..U may truly) be"said*. that the 'aalmi _Liver ib.oTut lT, nd with '. targt'Troi.g* fronn flv*>*tt) sk CKtcptlliig
.. individual member of the clYdreh'"arei clitirch. Th. of IInOlIIn c. MaatlBPKUtt thI.rpe";. Addr.a rV"Tj 4 .Jersey to Flor1dan/ lAstliutlonithJit U,doing ; work.
the body of Chri.t." Y. muat b. Chriitt itself run riot until concerted action' could ,, MTUDizzy. "G. n,' > f We will take a linqlt. f J Deluding T"J"; *' i
: : j number PfPMf ,
i ,
i When independence read"A .7 :
to the world. Except the church .. e body toes definite end i. impomible. I : : 4 t fa.
S. i. -
and the several member thereof a* inoindual. thu. errs agynst unity the it a CITY MAID. .. ., Board ,and Full .Literary' TultJoh/for, Ssa.go :

M + live a. Chri.t in the world the curse rather than a be! .im All member. vital.- She came to the co'untry I ; l'\t" I term conditions- mad knot/if omipplkatloa teiU
world will never know Christ of the body must work together, up ; 1 'l'OUS' 11 ( ,per} on i
Paul the mauler mind could\ "n!'auchfigur. a ixed by' th9- heart, directed by the;band.. But.a week-or,ao.ago,_ 1\ /j, : I *.i r.bREV4- iL'RnOO S, Asf$4 PnsrUttktoajNe4 .

with'auch potent power. Of .11 hi.n One of the moat beautiful and reanonaive aightr in' the",- The' city' maid woo ae'er had, seen ? ,Headache? :';I'aln' :( . 7 -V L .
world i a aymmeirioal __w-_
ur*.there worked u pernana out no other carefully.more elaborately - man' body.* One of, the moat beautiful Tbe fieldswhere wild flowers "011Andl'when -; .back'of'youreyes?' It's our e'- t ,
or more ap u
plied. The body i* not one member, but anhtt to tho spiritual harmontoualyji eye i. the body ofCbriat she saw the cat..taUa. r liver!' : Use Ayer's.Pfllsy, ,1 .i > tKSTFWTKMWILS
the reeponKive
and the member only one She triediOh'd6lpok,quick! 1
many bod,., So i. it wits m.n-the church,. tad the to His thought; while incarnatein Inr the Who ever heart.of sausagesA'growIng : Gently, laxative l ;all 1 vegetable.! l Ill I dik'' ri ,
licht of Ghrl t'* miM.on .
Church i. the body of Chriat. oJ C
F. chmrchr'caar'make. r Sold f r:60
Obnerre thatllii* figure,permit. of a'deI the th.- She'must' on.a Uclcl'' s.r' tK. t-
her miaaion. '
no mistake **vto
8eptembe 4
tmledanalyauM. Wbu. the church. the \SW Nlchglaall' h O e
save oul..>) In> the light of thi. \pua'pa.enel'J'J1Itl.1' . , .
of hat in
body Christ, it i. only the body, diff.renc. ..louldjjrop out. of Want your moitktache ot btarf '
whichChriat ha. incarnated Hiraaelf.J. (
whol. Cbri.tlan-Do l 1>*- beautiful black Use
the a rich
qhrUt i if ithe- life of the church., .Hai aight and tho chief aim NIGHT. TRAVEL.' brown or
retard U
the* fed,inner The church which which animate tea of come their one exmtence.mind In The educator will take O-near lights.and far lighH. rAnd BUCKINGHAM'S DYE

are of the education' of the 'community, every light a homef'And
egnite. thi. ha. 4 this
vitalized>y Pt elf.very l the a. the.tio will"will look lead.ratter reform the,..but culture.thereformer the. how they gladden, ..ddfQ us,'' I WTvem '.am.ui.w a v max.acft.nmrrti ...

J -Thexe-are two kind. of .churchea-themanled from sin and mania Who late 'and early roam! '
church mulct cave men ;
and the Cbnat-l.d. The man-led) ? ? bBut
ft the life of God to the world. 3l ?
, -eharch l give itaelf to hero worship 'and irfilla of i' .
e lean on the arm of fleah.' The Chri.t-led I have Been in on of wheel th.-trreat Note one sad lights and t.d.1.1bt.. ; I . letiri .
ra church give*jlielf to the worship of Christ our country two great and' speed '
lit each other. :Moving in By'flash gleam aSE
-they .:
''d and )lean hard on the arm of God.'.Yon j
be broken :
'a 11\'y be able from the history your city ceaaele uni.on. Wa.ingte point Across the'darknes to'a light f
r'1 to .upply an*illu.tralion of the t.ct that off the machinery wheel aiip grate.*ndf the whole! We love,' and know, and need! GUAR.NTEED / kid bre.tb lsl
there bmv. been church where be broken the blood,wl.d ke CURS.U.w.r..Illltte..I /odfg..Wa, .
the .
preacher I I. helplew. Knch -Arthur'Strlnger,In September Smart IJj ". .
e, I his been the church.*"When the preach network of machinery rains after,_101. ssUew akin dad c1batW. fee MwaIa dent rnevetege
Member of the h(* place. If _"Set. ._. .
'k .olarl : them.u _
er ha* th.-ehurch baa Mark .
. gone gon."I hampered its efliclency( ie.g a..a wlol MkW
, ; 4 fail. the body i. in noelt. tad y eI-C. N._tc. ellr ye.,555il
*-chureh ontf that his been -
furh man- i be -union in diver It j '' Ii C.SCAR&a today.f. w/'Lever well sad ., .la
J5ut while there to .01.0. .CVRtS, f.3.f.3. : yea g.t e well .ti' pea .ot yeti
The church ha* looked to Its pastor there i alto to bn-dirwaity, unity. Spain Haa.Brought'Us Hones A a.Headaches nelt" Take cue advise. ot.ra wltb C..c.r q _, .. ateet.w guarantee so ease _
for vitality and 4.0 lead it. What the heart ally the theAnt t' .L..y rsfuad. d. Thel..... tablet gasped C c C.' te..r said ,. ,'pIa ea4
'te to the/body,that i. Jesus Christ Indl.lduaUtr.JWlotelfaeed. pomiblaMop. Gospel jThe'Spatilardst were" ito .l.e. Addesa ieertl.g Res.d, .CII _New Y- gee J.

; From Him through the agency-of of Cbrut. Thus give the which ,be bring horses to this "continent'though '__.. .
ehurchei/'tie. may -' '
r' ,the Holj Spirit it receive the Impulse off included to frh within-.the church. There M* a the paieontoYbgltt'tells"ti*"'thai; tie COLLEGE Th*Qr */ Earns> a*>4 We.iL/N

/it*, more flwckemng, vitaluing powevcan pie" of uaefuln*** for all. .Each one rocks'afcound VlOx-toastl:'Which,show.thaf.EQuldae o CENTS-.EVTKYWKUUC R
imparted to the heart'of sSiriNaiiiii
man find hi* or her place and then/in unionwith numerouaa.L over iiiY
byth.-viritina phyeiolan. Chriat i. were
work' for it hlgheat Physicl Surgedns
that inner the whole body Eocene i elate ef"A
motel at every pulsation America In the period. ,It , blood of .pifttual power I I. mad. ,eBldenc When he church of Christ .w&ken.o' a ,a.slsgular fact however that there ..i rln..t'l.bsilloH.il18'ttlA' BbntK 1'ainlr fnmrpamd.
to l la'
a .e '"X". till body. 10 it Chriat H t :Er lions : .
in the .
and, through full conccioninea. of its ttatu in America when thi I ndve.niaaee fealty at fuertee rf '''T11c .
*"... .This a can sin self-evident face world no 'longer will men:eelJ) her .iek. were no horses rc 1,f\f_prddga" profeeson tad ...C -... aMl.tanUu_. *. LMIIt'
The ouM be Within tier border there will be aria' of first Europeans ,camehither.-From j3t0mackSY I Ia 1t. &bI."W"'W'M MlaJngM.'. J f ''

evident fet M Ul it however ought to. that be. '.it-i*. not to -elf-) -' Joy over many sinners that have aenented John ffihner"'Speed's. '.' Horse..InAmerica f..i..M: "': .\v. L.11E1lRitw1(.ne .Qtlana.0ee' ,.. jy '

" Never hM-.there been'a. time when'ti. Thi.and tested rhurcb th.' will) realize of her Christ"touve.highest uacfaU ,-. In the September. ", Ce' tuq'.r} . .promptly relieved by1. I + :''W" +,.i.'Li'* _' 'CUIttDffW :

,Cha.rahel. set? ao.much .tore by the man near whan shwrltee,'her actiritie..'. :1 ;N '

.ct.o-da .- Haro-wonhjp VrV-are-the-aedy-ot Oiri T-Oint .jncAt ,.. .. ..... .. rMtstaken-ldentHy. ',4- auiipl4tea : J a..ok". 'h .r/s '"
) NANMM tL -
rune """Pant.-; The' church whey' it seekss in the present day-and *everUyare we . ;, TUllAR co ace.-mad ; 4 4 P 'Relicti'tlerrl ila'
Leader tearchw.for th. orator the tcholf Lady-What have ti .... .
tk. .eeotiv. and member thereof.! .Tb f right you pd. 1iL,Yi._ Md4l'.N.Ia 1i .{ ' .
H part. '
t ,;'In* **.marn.of depend. Many a church [eh t '. /' '!, ; In,,the. middle,. thBurgkrNow TOIl e .n ak from \.. {naq + ,J. w Pd ys'eaud apa.ate.ten lie to'arsti.d"ev.serosrii. i
.. doea not W :*". and ng.. .. . AC' 4 ". day wI11Mr '..tile'l lf6acla, Trlea-u.&lm" 1ttny-1v. w1 Sh.rlut Mete.breveport N1Yall. ---.
.t any regeneratie\ ? kne ta _Isla\f : 'B'.. Mto ENTS iT per .'ate_" fairer .. fe heel( a TetaorsuIt <
ho..o We
--P. jta life. The naaoD III elear .l'be" have It .becomet n. to 'don't scold re ,pur remedies la oQr..o. Write Dr.H.HU + .coked .to the wrong source for IIIHlvlll' well a* Gar'.trenatb. Ibf muni who 4 "'' toteQRiYiY.ALggYED1"CfJtgr''r- horn., Writ, l0 4.y. c1. .L_ i._ _t.U.a.'fJm M IHHMa.. .', alone an give 'itt. "UJIn' fad that w.ry'4 t "dr than h. 41ia g1t l>ia Fin jot yfV9j".hispand.TB8ep"' our.' ,, territory ti'reCNet1f r +

pohW"M' Groh,, and mUiatftr( alike \.are de- the the necessity.treDlth of to'preparing..'lte 'ourelve.I.J SO we in our sod Umber' 'Smart' Set ,.' f ., t1':1t' .we.Mye. Wf_,'. ups'jryNai. wrlting Olvotha.r to sra.s.rn-lt.otthte pep.e ?'O3 whorl,

: ,
"0-- -
.only &II tb fyare toe.tbewanimated byithe.warm ,tpecial _n._. In order to aocqinphah "

impWM .01 I Hi. life that.t_- liv* atickurct .anything in life,we miubbxert out .
CU. .Whe", the wlU look')to', the strength, but we must not overettimat. it.
Lord .of Life. for it. lifer then and not nntil ,' W* must 1'be'true to ourselves tocco_.

.with then reiiiI will lu and it.throb! .'">".'he., .te-.foot., plifh all the. .sake, before" u*.-The" r-r Rev v.U,, Plantaflon Gniii Cure is
power; : F Miller.
fj Not:; IT'JaCbiatl,> '" A' :jjq8igij.pi $

''i .. CAurctil' i. IUI lI'ad.wWe d'tbt'lie:. P1aI IAaodCt -.
,.;, .w.a giva too-peed 0' .l1jth la to Hir ( ytp) yot 1Ie'c 11ft., tire"tb. :
,. phn rub..H..i. tb head .01. the pirilur c.v.r rt.SSeevaui I JGl1.iri goAll 1 .-. .. .

,i body-tlsrbrd i I ie the "OTfl'niUC or hid-J 1't ,PJ'r9"Ilt'ri :. .'f Jit 'r+M Y etgrr.edbylxour.t,, .i ; eCltentrw' hyt-r} o try; t' ,r c>.}, r30o. .. . ; ... : tl"t'

pwer ,
ekbody the .
T.. .
From .. 1'" '* '' *' '(24'1I '
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; 'K' ,,' ,, fJ I .t i '.( .., r"". et ..> 't"4 .; 'IJ ,1 ; -' ,

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l66Val Gazette: '. ......... Brtft) RilN-OVER' LOCAL ITEMS. '. .' .4.I ; a'- 'ff.
Th weather I. moderatln '.,, ., .

: Io .."IW..YWND.1' I School NoY28; opened on the 7thInsu Th weatber-ls: -le ftlll unsettled., - If.

_E. I > la', ,Valley UatetteI II.11d1ag with a< large attendance. FOR SALE:-A nice little place In '." 'I.,
a..KD.o.cKUL4COU1TY..LA.. ;.Mr H. J. Mood f'reoently 'gatheredand ,
I J. bunch stock cattle, the country. For. further particulars J ..f'
shipped a of to .
8: .
POVNa apply to B. "" B; HAJUUs, I t Cuba. II :" ; t '
I King Bros purchased a bunch of J. N\ Calhoun bat, sold his home !Inftorlh , ; i
,,", :J. E.-POUW P. Editor.Catered -- I "
fine,beef cattle from Hllllard sit; Dur Klsslmmee to. Lewis Shiver '

at the PoeeofBo In K1.aI_..; ris; I ranoavMrs' possession to be given October 10th. .. ,
M..O0n4dla.stall matter. _____ .3. Alderman hat Just returned Kate's store will be closed on Tues ."", I' :.

f. tnbeonbem will, plea.* notify the offlo If from Jacksonville wl-h.! ,her fall and day next on account ot Ros Ho. : .. ..-:..... .; es '. '
etaT.all fail oommunleattont ta set the paper.,.rxularly.*->ot from oar aauiori -I winter stock of goods: U hana, the Jewish New Year, which . : : :,;;:'
.. oorrpondente maw b* sUrnd by>> tb. .. .1s 1 : t,
""i lIIrrI..r. Basslnger Is on another boom A falls on that date this year vet : ',' "
""1 F.i.aedmauer will notb rewrned anlMSeslld new well sweep Is to 1 be 'seen at W. H.'H.lllard's. the clever port ,; '
a.. E. A. Stevenson ; ;
for : :
.' ,' ,The editor 1* not reeponiilbl for opinions es- ; ma.ter' Savage, spent..portion of : ; //r: : .
red oortoipondenl . Misses Caddie _:Alderman, Annie : .
_ :-'Advruln|rates may b* bad on application. : tie! week here attending to ... : j
} ? and- Pauline Addison spent .Sunday I He reports,his section of !.h ., I. "..,.' .' ..'.,...'"

l,* ,'_ - SUBSCRIPTION BATES.'. wlfJ 1dl. Cuthbert. Underbill.'' _flourishing. -- bIlIIDelll'I'I 1" .. ;, 'ri...'> ,
'On.copy.nney..r ,....... ."... .c ..,.....1.00 'Mr. T. B. Hllllard Is busy building I ai 'I >'' <
"noopyills moothi...r..n.....,4 .60 '' I .understand that W. J. i: ."j;; /-1.; .r-: <. .- -. ..
.W* .......... ,? MB and Improving. his new. bom at Tay Esq.; has purchased the re.ldencePropert.1 41 ; ''I,1', '," ,:" ; -, .', ; *' !::.,*( ., "'. -
1s : t .. ,
Creek. '
: { ...
In NbithKlsslmmee / .
: ,
Kenner .
B*> .trld. j, Sept.: 'IV; 1803.; "Dr.;'G. '?1.Hubbard and Mr. 3. M. Of A..A. Into It : \, I".:,\\1. 'i""";';"M"i':; "! "..A I. i-: '
and will move . .. ,.. .
. .
Walker went up to lCh.lmmee" : : ---'--;- !!/\f'{' ;'. '" ,. .J.,.r.- -
notice.' steamer Llllle last week. shortly., p. , I ,: ,"..\' 1 ." ," y"" -
.' ', ",--' .'
inclement weather,, the 'b/ '" .
Owing the
4"f'A.meeting of the Democratic Execu- Col. J. 8.i Walker has .just reCeived rafetlng Of the.V. W. C. T. U. whichwas i : '

j/tire-Committee it ,called to a. new lot of goods.
.1 hereby the home of Miss I ..
Mr. called'to meet at I .' ._
Joe Ouy a viiltor In town ,
k meet at the Court House in Klitimmee, .was: last' Saturday '
Ivy Clough at 2 p. in.
tbe pelt week .
.1 ,at Z'O'clock.; m.; ou Monday, postponed until the name hour ttt .-' ,1
,'Oct. 6 1003 to Oil the unezplred term Bis many friends are glad to hear was A'full attendance Is desired

J 'of 3:jiv. Harwell, deceased and to that Wm. Underhill is Improving morrow. I .'-, .. .. ..
l? .ransact such other business as may from serious spell of sickness.Mr. Mrs. J< E. Pound .and portionof .v -" ,. .

.*...ome before It.. *. C. W. Hllllard and wife are !.helamlJy who have been visiting ..
A. E. BKABOEN, Chairman.f visiting relatives at Basslnger.- her slater In Sanford,, returned home :''''--: '''' -' ..._.... .... '1
: ,
It ad the friends Wednesday night, arriving here at 10 .
>,> Bep 17, 1903. wet news to many .1
'I' of W E. rUulerson "to hear of the p. the One of the kids was asfeep' on .
Judge ... W; Harwell Dd. the train and was overlooked when
u Fl death of his baby, which occurred THE ARCH SUPPORT OF
:|1 '.,islet Sunday morning at half pastV.ton Wednesday afternoon at ,2 o'clock.Its the "bunch" walked' out of 'the oar. .' .I.

,, o'clock Judge" ,J.-W. Harwell died remains were carried to Ft. Drtioj The search for him created no little DODD"SAVS -

- I14 i :''after confinement to. his room 'for cemetery. BASBINQEB LOOKOUT.. amjsement to the crowded oar of pas .. UA. ;DOROTHY

,about lour wed s with' tubercolotlt.He 'aen"er. .
had suffered much longer" from the; Theaotuslloss sustained by Col. .. I

i :disease, yet only consented. to take bisI tarter Para Sclsitlliatlowa.From Aderhold by the fire last week It difficult I - --; .
j.k bed when his strength failed.' During the best accounts ewe can; '
to be estimated but ItU safe to
bIB confinement It was soon seen from gather the late storm and heavy rains place !the net lots ''at close to $500. TilE fATIGUE. .
t ills symptoms that, he was very near have done no considerable damage.{ Among the' article '..burned were' .11 I - i ..

1:Ttojdeath's door yet with remarkable The range" continues fine and cattle the clothing the family except those foot is tired from-
long walking
your or 'rest
and In condition. you
i ,;;Venaclty be held on to life for days afl'Vr sheep ar good they wore, family }e..el.4.. Among When :

'.. all hope had passed. And when Center Park school opened brilliantly this last were the Colonel line gold by holding it in your hand and compressing it firmly .
Th Supervisor 8, C. Par
)?the final end cam Irwatrpeabeful and ; watch a gold cross he prized 'very

'. r t 'easy; conscious to the last he reoogr tin, Trustee J. M. Sharp and loin: J. Ijfhly-because It was made from the 'around and beneath the instep. That: is exactly what the ''DorothyDodd".Shpe

bleed his brother but a moment before M. Sharp were present. Everything gold of hit first 'wife's teeth, a gold ,

,>, ,and with the words 'My .bro'-ber."t.- bids fair for A prosperous term. medal presented. him by hit. comrade does for you all the time. It is like a soft hand firmly

'closed. his yes, bis breathing ceased It II truly gratifying to not* ,the, of the Mexican War headed

Mara his spirit took .Its flight to that, number of teachers'our neighborhoodhas caw presented him by the city council |, grasping the "waist" .of. the foot and supporting arch. You will
I bourne from 'wb1cb-J10 (traveler returns. furnished the county. Miss NonPartin
? of this. place some years ago. lie
ffi, Is In charge of school No. 36 at prized these trinket very ..highly because never realize how much of your daily fatigue can be relieved un- +'

.Although his death was not unexpected East Lake. Miss. Battle, Barber con- of their association and feels

','I ir.! ;,' yet there was none in l the town ducts school No. 16 at Bull Creek their lost even much more. than their til you try the*"Dorothy 'po d." And the "Dorothy .Dodd" retains '

,.. but who was saddened b,' the news.-- Miss Mary Mason is'Ba..- worth.

.J'.He bad been here so"long' that he'was singer and Miss Ruth BelUm teaches its arched, shape .and sets closelynip- the,foot I

'known to all of the place and tt was' ithe young Idea how "to shoot at No. W. C. T.U.. Reception. ,

,svs If the very,landmarks' had been 1'8-1 i j,23-Bevons, famllllarly* r known ... The membership contest was begun L after it has been worn for months. No ,other shoe r v't I

Interred BU1Ia 'd,. Island.' More to follow.
o.ed.m. remains were in May. The plan was given to.usb;
I is made like it. :Other shoes bend
The CI'Op'of dots section win at every step '1IJr.
rRosehlll: cemetery on Monday morning I orange' Mrs.: Dslley and It one she bat Introduced

by Orange Blossom Lodge ,F. A.. be large. Messrs'R. C. and S. C. In various states for several take. Thus the foot becomes tired. Is i ir
( Past'' Partly and R. D. Libby will be the, you
CAtM.of which be was a Master; years. The contest "consisted s lec- .

.ILv..L. ..G.ItalleyIW. M.;otCoiating.m. largest shippers.Llbby't ting two leaders' each. -,.kIDIl' half the worth while to endure tired feet when the remedy
.funeral cortege that) followed hit is getting to bit, a place .o I. members of the. Union and then each .

remains. was a long' ODe andattested. 1 considerable Importance on.the Sugar member -making'" personal canvatu is so simple?-Dorothy Dodd Shoes. They cost $3. . ,1

: ;the esteem. in which he was held In life.H !Jell itriw ine' puDnospmteaanagenerous among-ner friends for members to the _

: was in the 03rd l-.rof his age,1 Libby has .a small, house Union In this way almost every one -, C. W.. DANN Has..exclusive'. sale._ 4

,, :l having been born ,at Eatonton. Ga.Kov. .. near the railroad track which' he fur- I. reached by some one. Another ;

1 *th 1839; moved with bIB lather's ai. ;e..f"'t8' of ch.refor the storageof feature of the plan was that ''tb.e'town - 'J

to ''middle', Alabama In 1847 freight. H
fasUy! ,, ; wa*| divided into two sections and no -
". fctwi be resided until the civil war Conductor Charley FVaiure" Is on one could obtain members out of her c

<. _** (In 1M1)) be enlisted In Captain of Ube,.Indispensable In this section own district and have them credited to -",- 1

..' (Wfke-wards Colonel).Faulkner's company in fact we don't know what we shoulddo her side. Each Union taking: up this "
: .
; which'was a part of Gen Wheeler's without him. Kind accommodating Membership Contest was given a set ", CALL' ON.IfOR . '-.'. ,

.,.:,. : command and with' whom he courteous and attentive--to-all of 5 books-of-Miss Florence KingsleyU 'J
'M1'ftI4.. .." soldier until paroled at matters entrusted. to him be I.all that works to be used ...premiums to!those Tron

._ f. Greensboro.N. C., with the surrender" I could be required or expected f of"any obtaining the largest' ; number of roem- sKV7a ra 7a 7a>?aa a a a> l 4CE"vY eEVEl4Z1/r .

1., Johnson's forces' After ,the war railroad man '. ben,the premiums to be given at the ;! 11

'{,b* spent tenor. twelve; years In the Good news come. 'across the plain Membership Contest Reception. CLOTHINGJ K5lA5lA4Iilfi4IiHfiITflEz Goods.:

i '.west, but returned to Alabama. where from our '.Ulster! town", Peghorn. Our reception was' held on Wednesday Dry

lie contracted. bronchial) trouble fort The good people there are taking. :steps afternoon at the residence of Mrs.Farntworth. r .
W3> >>3aH3*
,, the relief of which be came &0' Florida to build a new school house. ., -After the, regular business ; 5aKar33. < ::1It t.S

(U;1864, settling Klsslromeejsoon, ) af- The health of the neighborhood U session '40. ladles engaged in the .... a

/ :;;i terwards where' he resided until .his generally good. More anon. pleasures of a social hour enjoying .;33 1AJ>wl N;>>_;>>;>> ;>> '!II .
': ; < .ath: Here, under the Influence '61 cream and cake. The winners or.the

:the genial,climate b*'crew.strong' andy Deerfleld "0.... premiums were then announced and n a
"apparently' l again but.the Insidl-- also the number of new members obtained -
dbeaae'wa.. .slumbering.; The storm of last week:: did considerable during the contest. Mesdames d
oas only - -
-- -- -
:% damage here and up'and down Baxley, Lawson Farnsworth,. Minx; --- ----
.' TsuasVyears'ago he contracted. a' seuere. and Bandy carried off the premium.
the line.
cold and since that time his dei 23 members were, added to our ranks T
1, dine has been steady, gradual ;aDd Blowed down the most of the houses by this means, malting a1 total of 48 Formula tells the story : b
l ere. Arnold and SuTUrans store had active members. PRESS RKPOKTER.:
; tc lJ: finally; 4neloplaa'.lDto the disease
'which canted his death., a narrow .escape..Although 'they lost. Grove's Chronic Chill
,,'. quite a few goods by the storm.Young ., J.M. ,WILL'SO'N-R.,,, Cure' I '
J H .:He served a. Justice of the Pesos in :
; ,
., 4 ',this district for fifteen. years or more meatinarket Tlndall's was completely dwelling and upset bis. S'NOTARY PUBLIC... 'l Not potent medicine i a thin spirituous $quU. of i pleasant fitter taste, mad. of t t Sa'
7 the duties of which be discharged conj l STATE; AT LARGE. S ... ..
FlaW Extract
::-';.j; *'sclentloutly And creditably, This damaging him a great deal.; ,' Real EstateAgent. PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK'Fluid 01F

.: 1'1i..4i'a.. soldier he Is said to have been ',The weather Is warm and sully again KISSIMMEE. -, FLORIDA.J. Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK I

!u\' brave and fearless and his* comrades People are busy' rebuilding''again' Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARJLLA -

5i : ;''will regret to learn of his demise,, bur"people) here, are very energetic ?, P
It .
,, .A good man has gone. Peace to his they will also begin (tto <.pu' In their W. Cures the,, Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure., :; L r.

; fall oroPI".bortll; THOMPSON, TEJj Best General *
,. ,'ashes Arnold and 'Sullivan' are doing Tonic. No Cure. No Pay. Price, 50c. r
; a II
i,bet Bob"DaYI.1B not lithe least Funeral Director and Embalmer j CI
rushing business In the mercantile line 'I'
+ ., ,
over _.
}.vlorrying his chances for theI ----- -- ---- .
-- -
> they have a'full' bou'8.U"; the time -
i atw
v i.nomination for'.Oovernor;. It Is Davis 'I ,
call.on them, ,and.. for yourselves. ,

I'wherever t attempt to you style go o'rer,him the the corporation State. The O.,'W, Keith and family returned' totheir :K:1ss1a.xneet.: Fla. torture a Cold in One Day .' ,,; ', m

4 f> candidate. fell quite'flat-. May as well former -borne. at Delray' ibis w I
'' Tab Laxative
have charged( William 'J.Bryan' 'as a morning. after. a stay of about. -S monthswith - :Bromo Quinine TaUett.oUlnf . 'C.J'! .}i' a

"p corporation' candidate. for' ortoe.I. .-. ..., Notice to Creditors. a.Ye. Mlelo. .... > stl3iOWNEK. ltorth... ThIs &lp.ature (Q."c- ,f py,,,. ox.a sC.: \ oiPc

';), :YoCounty- Record. ''.:.v Pine apples I. all the rage nowadays Hollo;) *'U h.r:'\>7 rt..',lo'creditors, ....t_ e 'j
Hr J.r Arnold has, sold his Interests and dlrtrt>>ul.... sod all persona baling do-' .rr:
i :, entire, .uu>d. ...._lbs MUM nPsarah A. '
C .Petitions for the pardon. tavage ,
: 'Yf.rn. here to his brother C. C,Arnold d_...... to prevent tb. came, duly atitheutleatod < \
.Sylvester, convicted .of the murder, of antlcpates. ,K 'lbs nodenlftniMl, .wlthlu two rears aipr | "
who movingheresfaortly, .orlbd by Uw,oUicrwUw u.. awn. will bu j I NOTICE. Notice t& Creditors.Nolle ,:\ .
a Mr.. Burton ,at :Fernandlna'' some Deerfleld Is the right >place>l to. move barred f and all pnoni Indebted lo aid "kl&iar 0 : TI
berob nquMtwl to make Notice I. II hereby al to erodlloni letaWs'
"''''''".JDOa &j ago and sentenced to hang' to its thegardedspot'of.Fla: for truck wtlD tb. andenlnwd.TbU Ism.dlat..etueSwat - the 9th day of herei.r Septemb.r give. A.D that 19011.ih. followhre 10 front of delcrlbed''land. will be sold at public\ auction ou and distributee, and all parsons. having de- .1:
..lure't being extensively 'circulated allover 1W b 4a7 ol Sep&mtMr A D 1MB.rt Florida,or eo much th.reof a. will be lbs' ToWJI. Ha111n E/sslmm.e/ City Ooceola Canty man4t......,th* MUU. 01 *ob rt H. tauter,
growing and pine; ,apple'talatng:'a: _'rThe'long -, w w ' KOBKHTBBAVAOB.:. Oppoal&a the saint. together with the oasis D-.r of ) to" )the amooule.. .. due lol La&. herein set deoeue.i. and ".1')' O. LanleribU widow, d-
"% : ,theStatIt \I said that whenLyihe Af Kxoulor of the Kttato of advertising aDd mawd to prmontlhe. sam.duly authenticated,. 'l en
; for th* hedge Boat has to tire. .... .
presented, ; A. Mance,,d-.s. .04..1, within two year from r
: petitions are to thepardalng 1.etab ,
; '' DE8CEIPTIQN.!: date hereof ., 1plb.
atlast; mad Its. appearenoe here and Wlt.AILS TAX ANDCO8T8. aa'preeerlbed by laW 0&1> .1.*
..board they. '_will bear the' .cam will t.barr.d> and ell pereoni who
-., slgnaM :' Is'at WOI' great help J_tthis Unknown........ .. .:." Block Robert Wt Bau, .. Addition.,, . ,.......... may b* Indebted to said *.W..are bereby re-, 1,1 'd8at
,'tlU"M of thousands of' .J1'1orld"-. ,I.... Many good wishes to the NoticE -of 'Application i "to--Sell( : 4_ "- ? _?_"' _,;, .......ffctii.. '-',A .::.11_M q.nerted the nndrlnd'to mail: -Immediate' -.Itlementwith'. c !

: l ..ns/. ,. +I V,' G. and Its vast number of readers. Real" Estate.; ,,- __.>.__ Tax Co'lctot ot the Town of Xlulmme.TCltr florid. nil August slh,A.D.1D08BE8' ell.
,what .. UfeT .' . ,' dyoaSpt..bbsr 1 that I will, on the'lMh .** . . . . .*+< . I I I I .I I I U M I . M. 4 .+++ I ""As Adralnlitntor of th*wtates of Boborl R. r 1u
IWM.U 1C o'clock Lanier d-.ed.and Mary C.i-' .
In y-d--
In the: last analysis. nobody knows, i i10 rBrt_ !Jinloi: ..I... the formoon, apply to th Honorable w. & I: Semi I P. A. 'I..""."". .

,,.;but we do know that It Is under strict I Johnston sta..0glorld4 Iimnty: at Elm Judge....of..City Oeoeola, for county an 01'0, TropicalNurseries :lt*/lh IBM.AMonl, ly beG
Has world-vMs fame for marvelous .. .
,1' ; der to iltaated la
; Jq,A Abuse,thai 1a. ''even, slightly< Jt' .... salve irK's.. c1eacribe4 Stanley's Business
.' cures .arp. any other ,Sow! .. College
.j paIn.IIlt& :Zrr Orlando( :
gml living Florida
r /means "
lotion, ointment or .balm ,tor''Cuts; BeclnnlnfatSstakeocM aartr".r .- mile l TfcwsstvBIs. Cterita., .. ". 1ebe
:4craegemens. of the OJ''U8I".nIUq: 3omt Bolls 'Sores Felons' north of Sooth East eorasr of semtow Burns J jl !
; II. a so -*III hat. .... \ planting
Eeadiacbe Fruit Tre fiir'end tntndii for
any this '
I1ver wMhwaldOI..s oompete
Constipation, or .. list
r. a Salt' Rheum. C1I fM . _It> 1-.I _IJI of me. and .. n
Ulcers ,
Tatter tenoarapnon.' If will
YOUflW&nU &or-
tnwbXtv ,Dr-'K: <<'. Kw f U*>Pillsvreadjusu ;Never plae. of IMcfDDfna.. .ontYntng 0111I& I: and can save 'or Orange Peach, and, school within thneM day you and panu*' on oar*' ,? Ti'Pc
Sores ;Chapped' Bands SkinEroirtlotonrUfaUlbl : .I u. NT1ae'f tIM proMrty of Pear andJl? kinds of Stock. or nvor ol pmorlbd eoane* sad "I' .
par euoa- '
; .. Nurstry
this. It'saV' otl. &be oIliIwtIa "
g MdM b* fun, :
.".} tboroaifh i.tDol7x; _-.n--,_ ..... '' forA piles.c. ; ..lei. .parpo..I.JI.l:liMMJi*d.bu of said ' < oonplet. The abor* tame*offer w* place only you te Mrsons'ol Jn a potSttton. ; prJf"
. '", ..-:, ; .& gusvr!teRd;o. 1.7"at.Q.o.ola'Cu.j df. rfo.r,,J.-. .,J..* .H".q.PA. .,.. IIII't- SOX, rl'f': .Vi R. SPE rood naraotr and'-o Corns to : 11? e0
'.........,{ ... 1, ..;, .ff "' ... :t\ 1Da07." I'' ' wP.-t. 't'' lloDo deanWgfky''Ib'F c'f'L . . .f.- '" ''R"",. as atone,or for /niv iafomauoa sddr***.!.,. ) 'f."
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61\IiillHl86 vaircu ''
oazeuea ,heated.: Horaea torj>Sa .. 4 414'"ittree4lea4.' te teevw4/ee+l+r e: -

T.L.PHOpt! NO. 11, tattler':Ten thousand pound. of, son .UTwo I oar, load Just'" '"received' : Any Business ''locals"Bee ': f Professional Carts.

W.;B. MAKIMSON' Co. kind, any prloe.,. Amonl'''the lot area .I ; :J. TME.B A BJFRAU0S C J tj j
PUBLISHED; : FKIDAT, del some of the bcatc horeeenr .'
..JI't' w: ; the'tuner"Orlando.. ; ,, family ,
brought herbalso a: lot of trainedIndian - """' - -
POUND AHARRI a. A son was born to Mr.. and Mrs.., H.. r- Dann's. ", : P.ALP!, VANS AGNKW,
C. Edwards last cow ponies. !60 counter at .. [ r.I .
'. Saturday.For 13uoaT' BRAVTOW ., ; : -I ATTOaNtY'rAS' LAM.jANDI ... .
MILKER.Schools Standard i I .. -
OI:4U..OIjt: .DIR- nursery trees, Orange or Peach 1'&tteru'M'K.' ... .. PUBLIC ,
CHVMB.-notchingaaob"' Bab. call OQ L. P. si Paon's. '" I -
Eughey. : Supplies See those 0o tablets at Dana's.
bath 11 a.m. and T o.olockv) 1'..,.. -'n. j .
..T.rr Thnrtoar T.nlns at T P. m. B hh ilSohool Fred Worth.tbe\ big Tampa butcher. lit,
>:46l1uDd.7IDorDIDf',1' OBLL .. was here; Monday and Tuesday look-, .lot.... Little and daughter Ruth ei .good ., at >>&1111"1 DR.;. J.. Wv, 8IM >>SON ,
I'uto.UTI' ..
., .\. Plant City, who hare been'visiting
CmoMou-O. J. FrlarT PMtor.. fag after matters in his 'Headquarters for school .
Praaahlns very Bnndarll a. pa. and 6nna.r -line bf busi :Mr. and Mrs! D. P. Graham left for Oann's. DENT S'l\. ,
PeopU'a UMtlog S.M p. m. ness.t ,
Tounl.46 a. m. Prarar ua tlnf.TOT. Than- their home Monday night We learn Summer Goods at .Cost. Guloe &- ] EIiEYYTING.s! Office.. over' Osoeola Phsraaeyv,
Ylilton '
day T. p. m. always waloona8T. Old p..per. 20o per hundred of the tat Miss Ruth will.eoturor within a Bauon. 't .. ..: mO. 't, 11 mOl
JOMK'I. EriaoorAt ell.oll-Da.14' --
D. .-
O. .
Valley I llouss
KMd, Ractois ParrtoM' on tha ceeoiid Sun Gasette office few wedks to take charge. of a schoolIn 'andwfruit ... .. ': : f 1:3010 6:30p. 01.
day of tba month Morning ..,yloe at IIIIjIOo'cIOCJk. > .;'TbQmalion' Jelly ,. jars atThompson's. '
Kraoln; larrtoa at 7dW o' has been called to this county. I 'i Telephone No. 78 Jnn;,,,
Loughman several tToies this' week Miss Settle Aultmanleft '
worrtlponTerr on on Sunday
.month.Brit MornlDi Sunday lerrlce and third at 11 Sunday m., a.In, >each en-, Mrs. Sprott be nebt..10r( Lexington: Ky.,. to enter Shoes Stanford. Kisslmmee.-is sole agent- forDouglass. I J WHY rot IK ...c| 'f IJDRUIiSJI D ft., At Bt: ST'VENS.:

lug aerrioe at J.-OO: P. m Sunday School at ing the patient. @. Hamlln College. She'ls one'of Kis ''....D 'NTlSTio.-----
*:4Aa. m. 0. B. Mrrloe at Sl: Pr.,ermeelln.Thund.r.v.nfn '
f at 710p: m. K.. :;J.WV Thompson! has recently',erected aI lmee'. brightest and most popular New' Goods'arriving. at Gulce & --.t .

'e-rybody.aerTioa.U inoel-' cordially'r'I bvltedtoattendthm.Q. &411..... JPaator.ALSX a 'handaome' monument over the young ladles and we are lure carries Bratton's. . Gas'Admlnliterad.; ,

IAVID.oz.optof .. B., grave ot !the infant of Mr, and Mrs. with her the best. wishes of everyonefor "Dorothy Dodd" shoes have the omce >ilo ara'L({& A.At. foals ... .04
----- J, W. Miller, which died some months her success tn her studies.A style. Bold only by .Dana :: .. :'" t4 5.1Q reams .
; .
Offlgl.1 W..It.r Rtport.Avaau. ago number of people from Kits 1m- Try a pair 6f Queen Quality Shoes. .

Tasrzsaioa..W..r E.D ice, After an absence'of two weeks or' mee went up to Orlando Monday as Sold only,by .Stanford. . *e. ThOMMto11ay.rcl.a..4'
TweND" 1zvmllee. ,sept 11.1 I more spent at. White Springs and\ other witnesses ice a case in which ..WarrenKing School SuppU..' at Outoe & Brat-: I ",. .TAKE NO : . .AJ..o4LIA .FtwS.aD. es-

X... VID;" ids., points in Middle Florid; Judge a young man. of this county ton's.. : .14..c.. ....._. 33. wOf c.7..4'. T'h.F!

- Parker has returned home. 'Ira reports was charged with kidnapping. As Subscribe for "The Designer at fCI88IMJfXCI'LA. .,

Prlda..........;, IUI 71 Avery pleasant. trip. there wssnotsufflolentevidenoe againsthim BOots per year at Kali's. > ]: }lAN E [ i
,:........ In 70 1.811. W. B. Johnston was thrown out of court. .
.aD"., ..; ....... M 811 ..rtMood.7 has moved his bicycle Fresh Mutton Tuesdays and Fridaysat
.......... 116 I4Tu..da7. shop into the Morgan buildingand The city dock Is assuming" a condition Reeves & Woods. 'Phone 61. Wd.VaaDator&'Co.R .
........... :$4: 71 .24.: : . 66 72. his family occupy the fiat above, bordering on the Unsafe and Its I
. 118 71 ..7i Subscriptions received for The De- "
,Thamdw.i. the Is anything but creditable :
--= Hurhes. fatally baying moved Intothe appearance aUT CET THEM AT '
signer"! a> 800 pet year, At K&u'
." I. A. 8JIIPIIOI P. M. flat .recently vacated by. Mrs.Stratton. to the place;,. Planks are rotting several : 'J k, E RS
are missing and !the piling and No. 2941. wins' the BUGGY. -: r
Our rates for Insertion of advertisements Someone OSCBOLA'PHARMACY.
stringers are-gtring away.' .
Mr W. W. Bell who has a sawmillat
among the reading matter onthis Ovledo bUt been detained at his whose duty it Is,-should look after, It New Line of School Shoes'' at Oulce REAL ESTATE''
page Is ten cents per line each insertion. before an.accident, occurs that '''mightcal ( & Bratton's. '
home here during the past week by Illness J JNSURANCE '"
( for a damage suit. AND
which Dod are7ulij;
began with a severe chill. 'Dororthy x
We are glad to know that he has JAiss Jeanette Watson left on thelorth guaranteed you take no risk.." Sold '*
improved M .. fl
0000. considerably.Too bound train Wednesday morn only by Dana. 461 M# *S a ea 1M.S., ,.# ', ,I .; fIi1Ir ,
\ '
New room. (up..t.a.ln) in the buildng -, lug for Lynchburg Va.,' where she The handsomest line of Spring and .. .-
-Local V:
goes to resume her studies In college.She Summer Dress Goods,ever offered
recently occupied by Judge' Earwell town at Xat.&'.. .
Is daughter of Eon. and Mrs. ; "
-have been
engaged Dr. Th "
Mon Who Will. na thom by&. ace nfflro m- J. W. Watson, and U a favorite We ';;now handling some extra. <"
--- --- -- among the young people of our town. fine Fresh Meats-Beef, Pork and
and operating zooms .. soon as the She carries the good wishes' ,of\,oure1t.1re Mutton at our market. Call up phone

Read our Business Locals.: necessary repairs. : and. alterations..cane ,with her. .. .81. and give us a trial order.' ;'- '.
pectple : '
Send Job Printing. > made. Reeves-* Woods. ,
Mr. WoOoTTiner and Miss Mattle
The weather still has a stormy ap The fall term of the High School Drouon were married the home For .fseN: .

pearance. opened last Monday with .an enrollment of the bride's parents in this countyon .Tree good mules and wagon.: Apply > ..
of S36, of which Off In the toW.. B. MAKPISON Co. ,
were ..
Vans' visited Re'v. "
Attorney .H. A. Agnew' Wednesday night last, J TRQaves ..I ,
primary department.Since then others Steve woed.'r' ," .,f-';
Orlando Tuesday. [ officiating. The ceremony was : .
have entered and others yet will :We will furnish'Stove Wood'delivered j'l i*
equlnoxlai gales. They witnessed by a'number of friends of
Prepare for eater, so that it I. safe to.-predict a! to any part of town at 1.00 per S1Ya 1 0:4': tw"i: .
with whom I
the contracting parties
week we
will likely be with! us for a yet total. enrollment for the term of near, Join in congratulations.Rev Strand. MAYKAUD LPMDiat Co.. ost < :; ,

Prompt attention given any Insurance ,11 not qulle,-.600. Toe....A Cold la Olin: Day
or RealEstate placed with J. M. The O. J., Frier,and bride returned J WHY FAMOUS? .. .
Wilson Jr, : Kisslmmee the'north bound 'Take Laxative Broinp Quine Tab- ....-b .4

,Rev. O.. J. Frier_will fill his pulpitat oommlttee sober. to recommend will meet on sr the successor etch of Oo-to 100 train .Wednelda.aDd.on at once repaired if Ms.Its. falls All druggist to cure.refund-E. W.the Grove money "Because, they have stood Ivory" test for durability,. style) '

the Baptist church next. Sunday, ,Judge Harwell. Among the to the parsonage/ of the' 'Baptist signature is on each box. 25o''osoeolaPharmacy. and comfort that years of' service have'subjected 'them to and
names -
morning and evening. we bays heard mentioned in oonn church, which' will be their home. < have met every requirement thereof to the entire satisfaction. 'of'

Special Bargains and Corn for Whiskies the next, 92.25 30days Lion with! the place are those of Major HeWthey found a most cordial greetng. the hundreds,and the thousands of "women, who dally wear'them. ,
In Rye !
per gallon. A. E. BKAJUMN.Several Murphey, L E Minx and W / Sears, of that church-' pt1clpat.IDIr't.hetr They are therefore: famous for,the three qualities that? rmust, by"combined' :

communications." are unavoidably while Madam other Rumor: has It that there the house for them return and.stored had prepared'the larler :School'a' \ in. a ehqe to to any consideration at alL Ma-:.

crowded out of this iMue, are numerous with many t.bmp"oe ar1: to ,"' ny brands of .shoes look: 'well;"'many'

owing lateness of their arrival. railroad The section killed bands a, large on the rattlesnake. Midland housekeeping. We.... pleased.. to Supplies ,have: One.of moreof ,these point of ,: '

are"under obligations to Senator note their return: excellence
We last Tue.dal'wbleb one of them : M well developed and are revlljr.jrood : ti.

J... P. Tallaferro for a copy of .rougbt In to Hancock's tannery, .. Last Friday evening Mrs. Lesley's shoes, but none' have the "

the "Abstract 01 the' Twelth.. Census where It..hide if to be made into belts, beautiful. home on Broadway was the three developed to, that,degree 'that'
1900": purseetd''It; '''measured' 'about'sixeet scene of rnuch_enjoyment; for the ,Ep- '
puts them In the .same. class as the' "
HAKES.: FOB SALL=-60 In length and its caudal appendage worth Leaguers., In spite of the bad '

cents to S2.00 each. Apply to CoL J, was. adorned with a handsome aspect of the weather there was quite Queen Quality- They are unapproach-j:

W, Aderhold. 'i string of *" dozen rattles. a large crowd present.' Miss JUllie Do iiotwakeany'mistake ed,' and so far 'unopproachable. ,. by

For budded trees, Oranges of best. Mr. I. N. Then, who has the contract Farnsworth eay. wo fine recitations about competitors. 'Of course '''we?,,keep'. a

varieties, Grapefruit Kumquat or Red for building tKe barge> for the while Mrs Van Dusor and Miss Ivy your' ,books and full supply, olall.tvle";, 'on ,bend. "
Tangerines, call on L. P. Hugbev. dough rendered some beautiful seleo-
of D. B. Merriwether county is hurrying the work: and will Ions on. the planp. After enjoying other school ''sup' v Their fame was not made'by not:does,
.The family
o have it finished within! a few days it to of. ,
.several novel refreshments wereasrved plies. apply one style or one price
last for .Binning- games
left on Friday night barring accidents and delays..over .\fc' have them. The "Queen .Quality'- _trademark
,, .
Ali: where they will reside Infuture. and at a late hOul"'lobeyoUDIfpeople ; : '
imam '
which he has no control. He informs bad. their charming hostess what you must on any shoe is guarantee that; ,

u. that the dimensions are to be 13x42 and entertainer good-night. Mr: His' the best.; Summer weights 'and .I -j
Judge Johnston has. been confined Instead of 13 47 have and our, prices '
by as we reported' styles now on hand., We invite our
Lesley, who islthe soul of kindness,
to his home a part of the week, with the Commissioner's proceedings last made feel perfectly, at home aro'.the lowest, lady friends to enquire for them "
an attack of rheumatism.but !, now week.' . everyone on everything: .- .',. .- .. .. -i r
.,. ID her spacious rooms and gave the i .i ? i ,r Mt.
able to be out again. The Kisslmmeemerchants are be of town 'good time needed by .scholars. ''. :>.''
has young people our FOR. SALE, ,IN;; K1SSIMMEB'. ONLY BY <
The Evening Star of Orlando ginning receive their new fall and hatwill never be forgotten.. Come earlyno 'j, '
made.. appearanoetnthenewspaper. winter stocks of dry goods clothing, '
firmament. May its. lustre never grow 'The Catfish IsidMstry.As advantage H. C. Stanford
not.loDI. shoes etc., of which they to the last ; lt.The
dim,-nor Its prosperity ever wane. ought: largely and at close prices. the fishing season opens and the waiting .. : : ti. ,.

Mr, S. L. Lupfer! returned\ home on toy are a clever enterprising set of lakes and streams. begin to yield' up minute: - -_.....:..-. ..,..j.-.o.-._. 1 :\. '. . '. ; '.'
Thuraday'nfghtoflast'week.'' He bad mlneis men and should receive e.el'l ...- heir hidden treasure the prospects 'r"

been away on a triptohisformer)home bit of trade from this community, Or this lucrative Industry-seem brighter -: : Orlolnator ol Low 'Prices In, 'Kissli'1 .;;
Klsslmni'ee :
.in Philadelphia for \\001'three weeks. as t.helore\ endeavoring to fill every than ever before. The fishermen ,, ; ''Drug Co.:

beginning to arrive in num- /' ,, .
'Mrs. Swanson and children left on want in their line. are great '- - ' '"
o ben and the whistle of the fee m !li'>> "" .
merry '
Mrs. S.' Earnest Overstreet .
Sunday for LakeCltyhere, ? was painfully -
heard at'all times of
!goes to resumejher duties as Matronof burned about the; face and arms at. the fiihboati Jls' '
of of last. day and ni&'bt-a. they ply between the IVVW
Foster Hall at the University burning Cot Aderhold's house : VV
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camps of !the fishermen-shattered< for
Florida., Friday. While assisting. in rem y- .

Seed Irsh Potatoes now ready for lag the furniture' from one of the 1 teventy-five ake-and the'town miles .alongthe'wharf river bringing aud: ,vJ I, is THE :TivE:'
door into adjoining
planting; *2 per bushek or S5 per bar rooms a an roam 10 tons of dressed catfish tobo ship : .,
rel. Leave: orders at'hiy otftoe. W. near which he was, was opened,which

L.I Van Dutor. t created a draft, carrying the flames markets. .. . .
with It, which blistered the side of his
The encampment; of the State troops delicacy.. r rLZ
the Injury FOR 6O DAY :
oame to a close Wednesday. It was a face and .arms.- Fortunately s :',
is but slight and be will soon be Poor Farm Orange Crop.. ..
every standpoint and '
success from as handsome as ever.Ten oft.heCouDtT PRICKS' WILL :BR REDUCEDONi OUR BTNTmB. LIME ;.
J. n. Cape, Supt. :
while It cost.. a good/ round sum. of
money it was well spent. carloads of-cattle consisting of Poor Farm was'in town on Monday t: CU'OdN'W'.L&: : Aso, H"'V'" WO .

bulls, steers, cows and calves were and while here stated to a';representative '
Cant. Ad. Gilbert has J'eCent.lj'buUt. Mr., W. O.'WarDerwai here Friday .All persons indebted 'to' me' will 'please. call ,and pay
from this place by Rull Bass of tSeYalley Gazette that the orange I
, a large covered barge, to be used in hipped and spent his time at't.he bicycle shopof :the.r"accollnt'. ''same must; be, upW '
Tuesday morning to the tykes :pros 01'011'on !the poor farm this year .
connection with his steamboat, The W. B. Johnston In demonstrating'the.superiorlty .
at Tampa. We are told that Mr. Bass is the best that was ever grown, in the ,
Polly, in transferring freight to and has experienced considerable (Inconvenience county. He estimates'this'' season'scrop of the,;I Recycle i ,over .'.,; .- .

from. points on,ilthe lake and river. lately in his shipments owIng at 1,000" boxes and ,thinks that other1 makes: of' bicycles.; 'He claimed J. \w'. : A/T S .ON
and demonstrated that It. from '
: requires
C. Buckets has the-contract to builda to the inability. of the railroad to the looses from lost Saturday's storm L .

new fish boat for,Mr. J. N. I Cams. furnish him oars at"proper"tJme. win not exceed a hundred,boxes. 25 to 40 per cent less pressure to.operate
The boa will be 35 feet long with a his machine than. any 'other' bicycle
The f cattle. above referred" to were Osoeola is probably, the only countyin
fitted with .by suspending in ...,frame a Rae,-
six foot beam, and will be penned Sunday''afternoon, but had to !the State that makes money on its : It

}- pair of the latest Improved gasolene' >e. [driven$ back to the/pasture,' \owing, poor farm and when the IITIK..t.loDpl..n' cl crank three hanger.scaleswhen,' and I attached 140' ,oundswas to itwere

engines,;' to the lack of cars on Monday recently contracted for 'b,' the ;: : ltli11ti1fJt1Jt"J1'1t1't'tt'tt1111tlt111"'f"tltf1'11JJI'tl' ' ' '
The high winds of .Friday: night i Arnold Arm- Commissioners is Installed the revenue exerted on the center of the :'rightpedal "t 'Jt!
Last Wedneeday, Mr. will be it showed 40 pounds''. strain.on == '8 :1
1.1'0 from that source greatly ,NORTH KIVSIMMBSI.C.. N. ,
number of the lights, '
damaged a .tea.4' down to Lakeland where at certain... '
went Increased and made moN he left crank: bearing.;and 100 pounds E ** 3
and blew one or :wo trees' across.. the the residence of CapU .J.,. .K. ..Griffin .Our poor farm is an an institutionof strain on the frame. He rhea'removed : '. Wi GRIFFINPHONB
electric IJght) lines,'';.causing a, disarrangement be married'-to Miss May Irene whloh;.the whole county 18 Justly E, . ,
was the Racyole hanger and attached.
and under SUP'.Capea'.' able _a .
Of the thatbas: not proud .
system A' .37"
Griffin;the putoor'01 the L elaDdB..ptllt ""'" = ; ,
management It is.making a record thatis regular bicycle' hanger to the 'same iI :
.been.regulated yet. church officiating. The' newly hard to beat..' ._ _, scales, and.they ..bo1M pounds

Dr. and Mrs.. Hicks 'returned> from mated returned to Kisslmmee on the For Sale.rr friction: oo the left beaff.ngs and. 300 I fancy family, ;a (Groceries

brings Georgia a Monday cheering night.account'from The Doctor the the renlng7'residence train of and Mrr have T,.W.taken Ellis.rooms, twol One'S1DaUe foot saws, 6 I Peacock drag saw wood, and i. big pounds Increase! strain as: on compared the bicycle with frame the Racyole. a ) . ,; : ; :

section\ he visited,'staling* that everybody Armstead has been here but a short ; '- yI
splitter, 82 inch fly wheeL' 4' Inch lIe.also showed by another i\: '
'seems' prosperous and happy: while yet has made most favorable axle; one Peacock wood sand&...,,complete , scale the amount. of strainthat was .. FaESS: : : .ATS_ .j

Theprl.oe' 'Of.CiOt\0t4':, JOJ',cents per mpresslbn on due people., ,His bride -shafting, pulleys' connection on the different .bicycle .chains and 4 .e _y-
has'' brought unexpected said of attainment *; aU new and used bu. little.Splitters .- tr&mN. and the.'Racyole required 100 t" t
&Q' to be
. '. pound is a lady many d
guaranteed to split any kind pounds less than any. As a result of Delivery<< day any"'hour ,, U t a
i' patronage
of : every. }
and ;
the bur
> prosperity to .farmers *. ,In common with peoplewe of wood. The lo lit offeNd at about Us visit here several sales of the Ra- ;

), .oourlethrougli.them, : :to.1'everr1:! other tender.jDongremulations., upon \their 50 per cans of its value. If IDtereat.e4ommunJoaXth cycleor which Mr,Johnston is agent, wwwwwwuf'} W l Uuilw Lwlu&i I Ie &

, 4&. ivsnueV1 trade... union add hearty welcome to our city., the. valley. Gas ate.i. were, ,made. to dsslmmes, _,-bksycllsMt, ,: . r, -, "<, .' ....
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Nell's So be answered, ,, in, .a .troablod. . s h old l t : '" T. ,< tf .. ., m ; ;;l : JOHN ,,

"l left heo-flu. thetbaud.s ,of Ihp.po- ,
i t + licdL" f TI J U I c.1: f h..tTJJI'I'e Q I/'

Ja wan the warning, if he Cola LIMatters':
neltncfcd""d''lf.'' The old iw nbOoV' so

m'urh, as lib heard"the Announcement. Livery Sale feftil

that CIIIToril! began/ to fear the "strok*" ,Spies. CuTnts.\ ,
Whkli'the police\ scrgnnt bad JdJ pre: Mix four of '
' cups sugar two cups of I

uunuruui nn I . tlllll Tb fIICI'1.tul'nc.od. .pale ..aadclnijiped and lores and clnnon ;-ooe-hnlf teaspoon Stable. - w
her hands / .
of alUpIco, and a small piece tit ..
"].'he' policeh! ., ,
..Elnger'roor., Put the ground spices In .
''. norcnce! Warden'-;"" -- < scarcely able' to ;gasp the dreadful, ujiuuslln bus./with half o dozen pepper.'

Author of- 'Thc Mouse on Itlc Marsh'; .crc.aj '. .., faoL luofiHl And by a she spring twirled| to round her -father.(is It,' coru"",. and'put the brigs into te cups .. Finest Turnouts in Town.

'tCoprrirhy t,, Kber* Baoiiar'f Bout.I t'. !f'l'npHj"-"ho'irluiost' pci-eomedt. the -vinegar, and four cups of sugar

J CIIAPTER ?CXvContlnuea. "Now then.stop thnt!" police\ Lace ui-rcfloil( Nell, t' 111011\ be' tf/Ulrhj ImyeT been boIKH together and

Clifford's/ assailant obeyed this tough *all*>d"to'iBlvo'evidence n gal nut bet;, I cUlmnied. WbUq hot ptft" In currant

"Thani do air," said the sergean.t. command without a moment's-Uculta- will never do it-never! .I w.ould d4l! j, mist Put t cook-nil -into the lU, gently-stone for ten minutes Aeut'r.StandardOil COIllDany.

ns,.'with a-shrewd look he .saluted aud tlon and When Clifford, feeling ..blw first.. v r. rot.asldo a Jar'cover nail : n
went back'to the cab. self .;suddenly released turned''rountbdhe { ', Clifford was'touched.It'wits'only: '' i to tx>ol. The next day'* rQlu
a''gllmpH6".of- 'I ,olt.all tho liquor .from the currants.. j
only saw 'IIUI
Clifford walked on, th..retore.'at no of Nell( the poor little lady"thought. heat bud pour : :

F fiery ,rapid pace. Indeed, a.-the -,('ab figure as' 'It plunged J. ,Into. lhe.darknessagalo TliSu ,Hurely JIIHS Theodora irould not rants(\ again po bo.lllng this hot for over',four tlia-or'cur.Oretlnten j '-- -
him with the sergeant the ,- have' the Hllflito t'iuxfilt-lbu that Zer., '
paused ) ; ,.
"Who that?"' ".kt. lbeuyoung,. ,, or; utltil there la. Just enough
Nell's had do
box beside the driver ho saw o\vjl( fiithor anything. to with. liquor to the fruit -
nstoiUshnM'nt./nii y
man In he perceived'that
sari ; .
y, face' at 'the window with a little the.-rimes!

prise and reproach- her eyes at the' his rescuer. made no attempt to. Tlie; Colonel. 111'lIlh"III1,. had/ rocovertnl f. F>af1i..+ Itolla.Iolt .- '
low. progress he was making In carrying -' follow him. uiuch of his Jtelf-poHnevnlon. ;> two level tablespoonfuls of butler
-,, : T
the London lepc-( ROUTE.
It Ilemnrlng
out her behest ? "calm yourself my 'dear-' he cold In.oiie.cupful scalding, ; hot milk; 1 .
live who stood before and he
She, poor girl sat upright and listened to lila daughter/ but !lu IIIII'h n Uiird when lukewarm put one-half 'yeastj'nkei
to the 'sound of the horse's 'hoofs only shrugged,his shoulders. tone of despair that Clifford .tx'gan; tfoci ) ; one bl'att'uegg. !one level table I
and to the wheels upon the road like aperson -? "Only H.lUll U I've got to help me In that ht was itu intruder' upon grief tpoonful of sugar,and a alt ; I STEAMER LILLIE/ STEAMER HOSEADA.'Captain .

4 Incapable of steady 'thought. this business'' ans", rec\ her }-with a'' so deep. "It Nell lai>rivKted-..-" twit When \lw yrnst Is dissolved poonful aUI'I of 1 Clay Johnson Sr. Captain_Clay Johnson, Jr.

She bad known that this' blow waft gesture 'lu, the direct ionj!mistakethat1 of r the CololIe'B -, lIe stopped. .In'> nc 'cripful and A hnlfof: well. driedOourilhd J Regular weekly trips, to Basslnger and return. Uoseada .leaves Klsslm-

y, coming.. She had passed"'TTmr after house" "lie made I For In tlip. nlddle of bin'speech' there boot three minutes.; It should ''lace Tuesday morning and arrives Klssimmce Friday evening. p I''

hour of many a weary night In tryingtodevlae' was all. business.; ? n-ug a knock at the Trout door. Miss bo.too flilck .'or a.batter,.nnd not thick Special Charter Ttlpi .ta Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers on the Llllle.
"What do ? .
? means' of escape from It. asked ;you menu Theodora Clifford noticed, drew'' her moughi i I forA dough. Cover with at, \Comfortable accommodation nod passengers. Rates reasonable.
'But every plan ball ended in failure '. Clifford uneasily.Yell self ni< In an attitude of, rigid ntten- hooted cloth{ 14 Waterway In Florida.
I think to know ;stud:net lu a- warm'j>lace The most' picturesque
sir ought
} ;you
before she could -It In tlon. There was dead nllence 111..1116
even ,put practice fotf'.fibout.'nvo\ to
Rates apply
_ tO'rlsp hours. The teiS: For Passenger .tmd. Freight
by thls! time, replied Ilcmniing. vaiv'ely. ,
;for day after day she had found little dining-room until the. knock was ture will be better It It Is beaten down !! CLAY JOHNSON SR., Proprietor

that she (was watched by the police, al I 1 repeated( ,, V Udrr Ilmi4 *before.'r . ant allowed' to' rise again' before j I on .board "Lllllo." Klsslmrnoe.., Fla
and It had become clear to her that Clifford/ pondered for a4lgtoelotEt "J: nbnllKo: upstairs said'sfUs'Tliecdorn / putt lu "''Into fins. ''With a tableepooa I I

'wherever;!' .be 'went she would be:.I Then he asked;. ,, softly;"nnJ see from the win dipped In flour Jill 'smhH> roll pans.wltb I
shadowed, and that at the time they THave!' 1/1G'been\t
cboser she' would Had herself. In the ;r:;o, sir ,J am '.Wltlug' for further come for my evidence I will bo- put In. than )half full. Let them l'llIelnl. 11 more the 1

grip qt the pollee.. Instructions first." prfcion'rather than give It." pans are full and --bake ten or fifteen .eVE'Rg MAN HIS OWN tDOCTCXR.L. .
hotne"bfone of the Clifford looked at tb'e..mpe ,went Iwr- Slic! 1iad-nraroeJ.v-Uttercd lie f\'orl1s "
It was-to the minutes lu' a hot bvc'h.: The Oven' ''By J. Hamilton ,ycns',; M. D.
local jnetleew'of. the peace that she beaten dwelling which had llghta-ln. wheh a third knock- "011 henrd'at'the' 'should be"v'cryiulcK.: ' I L. '

waa behtgvtaken.v .The cab soon toe two'of"the upper windows .lIe fan; tront-door. Miss IJontal-ftlliUHl out of _-.::.::..... 0'A 00-t>age II1 .tratedrJ k', containing*ble information pertuning y
a turotng.'totheJrlBhtl-and-pre-preeeatl cled he could detect'a'watching flgmrebehind the' room'ond ran upstalrs.'wU-MMit: another '. Heat Malil. to Diseases of the human system,' showing now to treat nd .

arrived at* the lodge sates of HomeS ,the narro'w curtain. of one of word., Chop jyery .fine half a pouud, of anjdelicate. >- earS with simplest medioinas. The book contains .n.IY.I.f ?

r"rk:: *** *"% i;= -them. "Then again there. was a pauxo. The .,juieat! like ,chicken.. tongue orTeal. , eonrUhlp and marriage rearing and management children b'
Horne Court was airebdIlding: '! VI' suppose It v ns. yonr innn," hoali'l'.u'dd'ln two'men' looked at'each'other'by: tile \ MUvJttuty two tablespoonfuls\ : , .aides. ,rateable prescriptions. recipe., etwith full complement of :'t

brand-new and mint'; -gabled; bill' }". hit"boa AlArmed )the llgiit' of .tbe! lamp \vhlch gnvfe put a of cream; n tablpspbonful chopped I,1 facts in wateria medica that everyone should know.

of brHllant red brick.' It had 'so. many poor'" lady souiuch. by\1ila; knocks and ell&1 Illumination "through Its moky pansloy\ ,' snlf! ana 'pepperto' ; 'ute. Prepare 1 Tkls most indispensable adjunct. to every well-regulated householdmailed rill" bt
thtfmps nt. the doors and rlgdowstlemmlDe'a ?"- glass) In tbe old Colonel's' face Clifford itddresa of pries, SIXTY OENT.S.
little,/turrets and towers aa4( .steeples a' jelly by Boafcrug ..i ouuce of postpaid 'to my on receipt
'a .springing out front the main edi1cg In face'!could not be een'dl.tlactl1' became conl.l'loulI.tbnt I here wan gelatine .half an hour hi ,four tablespoonfuls 1 Address,
tbar.It';.looked like '. In.the darkness but Clifford Written almost pitiful hlstwyl the hi-
directions; , ,; a of coJd' water .rut.a pint of ". "Mrb "
w pits, and set the onlooker wondering had. a fancy that he-waj'smlllng_ ,ns he tory of>a lifelong shame of:an ludell- cold water; lu .astaaUsaucepan' add ATLANTA PUBLISHING: HOUSE .: rAaA,

,it whether one could get from one answereds1, ', i'x, l>|edlsgrace., Still only groping towardthe ing to .I It a sljce, o; onion a few,leaves I

,t portl D' ot the building to*lli >otber "Very Uke1y".Ir.j...... ) truth as he w who'Was .- '
without the.aid of a plan. Clifford, growing more puz-; !' silent! ; reverent, wondering! what. Boll geveral inluutes, add n teaspoonful
: Ind,was In the atndyV* ann'Oddlyshaped :;[led- more curious' ti4Mn3'7 minute- awful thing he was next to learn.tJFoit . of kltch n bouquet: a tetaftpootirul '

apartment, with ah 'imkalni} I luroed: 'abrnptlyA a""* and,, walked the .fourth'time the 'k'nTR-k. loudofjand beef -extract "nhd'ktir''antll'dlsdolved.' ' '
.K, 'round to the backdoor of the house Imperative than before,
gallery filled with books-that Nell more Strain Ihto the gclatlne.'Mlt lightly and Florida East Coast Ry.

waVt>rought before the. local magistrate .., by wWdi"JoheJ y( ,4ertuidnl11t4ltliaWe !-i M so ideal ,thrnnahths .hose ] ; 'hW411wOalbgel set In a cool place to harden. As It :
y .mornlng drew a deep sigh and went4owlytoward I' .
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( begins to' stiffen! pour half futo a email ] ., -.- '
t 1 11v Neville. Ba*:.,-was a bland/ and bill knocked' two or ;three' times with the.door, ,t" mould, spread the meat mixture evenly'oyer LOCAL TIME'CARD No 4BIn Effect. April II, 1903]
stick 'the'
Imperious, gentleman with h loud against door before he t'.I" em. oJ.1'1' you :are here, lie.nild the top though not teaching quite'! ,
'" beard a window above his head softly With calm, courtesy. "Whatever errand r
TOlci 'dominant ,
,and manner// who, .
to the ( married the: In ,opened. Looking. up he' heard a.whisper brings these people nqd whoever, -
having 1igllelt. woman - T
the county, >bought to''\palliate. thus In Mies Theodora'a.Vplce- : they lircr'J'Ou' b'lnrbpre.11t fce-nnb-! .'the Jelly over the meat and set away toLarsen. I I Matt Mat01 I STATION--;: : No.Ta ", n

misdeed by posing as a great admirer '"Iii That you. Mr.; KIngT""Yes. jet toome inaoyliijj' InterroKAto' .When ready, to serve turn 1 DMJ Pall,.. -- I D.11l.,I Dell,.. _
oq to a. plftU.rlod/ garnish) with olives
t'of'tIM ri.t.ot. the sex.- He.stared tat I'(''''. ?/Perhaps there way ntlll boP time I
t "w| Nell-with an approving.eye. "You are alone?' -' fpv y 9u to get out by 1!the ,al"lf'' I"WlIIJetore'1 i IJlces,9; | pickle or cucumber. Cut, In i I '.Oa/.0.. L..J..JrlOnorltl..A.r..._ ........;. oI..eon..IJI..L.. :: Thfs'tll. 0 .

." H "Wh.y. yes, of .c ur".... I Love just have to let th'em In.he'old '- slices to ler'l't"ending, mayonnaise c- 'I"HI 1(1"( .. ..."... ,. ..'. AuRtiiUaa.. ... ........:...... .OOh In. .
Clarl.and bear
t "W'11'1: s so I you NelL around with It If preferred. la thai I' 11M. ......._..J.a..a.'... llai Ina... ..... .... ... ...... 6 16a ::18"
)', ,# .have fc Btf1tement" make to me?" he seen : h .jf man was talking It suddenly 'each of | t = un. .... .. .. ... .....S.Pa'als1.. . .... . ... .' .III! "aj
begfet in benevolent tone which As he had cxpecte*}, Shis. ?+answer occurred to Cliffor .-,tq) .Sill ,UP the llmcfp.r.b ;'.. cose .put slice on q leaf lettuce :c 0. '1n P . .. .. .. .... ...r.1"tka-Lr. one leo" map o
; rfotta UKdlfei 41 ..... .....,......PaUtkiv. . .. ... .. A
\ brought the little lad# In the made notuoviaent'la' . yr __ ..!!..!!.! L. JJl CpZ
.made;Nell wince.: i Froitrd lllec, i 1 .. F_ iii I ... .... .... .... ,... }.i i .... ... . .. ... . .... .. .. ""
twinkling of \ He beard the which p
an th of he
'. NeW did., not Immediately answer. e"e. >|x ,of the garden way :Thoroughly wash the rice. Put a ,, .'.... ... 'i'Cia Lv.. ...... . ..A.'i Ma.n. .... ... .. .. .Ar eOa IItJI ""nCr p pt
"WelVdon't be afraid. Onlyapeatout bolts drawn; and a tnh ute ,befog: be spoke; but stood In an attitude which\ : ", : :: .. ';'l'"j L..N." .. ...:... ......:.L. ie mlji reos
the truth. It's the found himself dragged-.JDJlh14tb41 door, showed that he was llHtenlng-intently C1'lftql.ln, { ,a bowl wltli-plenty of water' C i tIp 1I1rl' ..........-.. ......,..Hnaaelta. ................... lose 'Up -till;
fMid speak best Incl. rub the ;:rice well between the I Chi ...... .............4. It P "
wayln" :' fact. It's the only wa-'thed. while Miss Theodora jta tJils"Vuif; ber :H0fkl,, What waa-'lbattv. he asked '' Turn IS Ita S1 I ... ..,... ,..... : Osp "G-t'
_ exertions hurriedly fateD thA-door abruptly.. ? bands; the water off, 'pour on"more.'Vdb'aunln' CC :01. '.i.>.fr-................ . .. .. } p :a.. ..
'.a'' f1 understand. tbe police know 80 Jf ', : : then rinse. Turn Into; I' 1 : II. .........-_......... J P rr...
,;-mudi: already. - .. again. f Jt f ;Clifford hud heard nothing. A doubt .b-EE ...................N. lI .pIiIO'
O' llfford .a.i.oolatidt"r"tv'4ra1D; ;. Put tour, cups of n" ..... ... ... .:.: :..
, v" '. "I have seen your&ojry," said I Ixirn'bf', ilioix; ralhor\1t4piifeati.orthe; : Z e'" ... ?, ?.. .nupnn6----------------------g! a qO
j, Nshivered. "r 'i his.. fresh''Bwe1'milk In'. tarlnft. kettle ..... ....,......;., . t.a "G 04 $
nder.tand" ntlnued'btlo"tbat ., "tbo man who torpniota. cbirr1'f f5olPlftgwaa .}j' crowcil Oe.. t" ... .. .(. ;: 3 -a ,...
f1.,1 ?,'*"* When 1t''comes to a boll add a teaspoon > r 40 ..+: ,5.a..u.; . : : .. it P > xyS ..
_ J M IIT> | me.l Unnorjant Information night lie attacked, me Juit' t L? j fvl of. salt and tlie washed rice. Lit .or-= 11: ilia 'III" ......,..!!::.....;... : Op ::IIOX
imnji log the robbery, at yonr uncle's came. to the corner{",,,.W,.,, ? ; 'iff"Ahr 'mh"IslayhaLupete t.f'.rMH-iI.) the W 11. I ..,.:. m 1 ('p CoOn"I .
criediflai\ BoeUI: ?with'': a ( he(4tllast( olive or"twlce.wlth. &.torJr..lO'tb.t 1C I 1 e l .... ... ..tlV..V-.VV.V. *.ba.tlarf...K7/ ,, U.. .. h ?fl -I' ...
l taxu-fhe Blue Lion angjlmllaUently'iis : . .. ... ... I f. ti t
will not,tick at the.bottom then cover] 01. .,..h.ft*, Bt J ''U* IV.M.;;: 1 a :111>
\ "ie only a* very'little thing that,,I shake of her head.;;: **! have found out luotedIn a shuffling, step toward the ; I' fla 1'0" .o.. .. ." .1'.1'1..0.....".............. 11Ma pta"
know. who ho Is now. *HeUtlx man Who Is ;, think I t \-rj.llow'' closely) and boil half v an bout, taking o uI fD p.....:!!!.... ..!....-Tlbb.h| ...................... 11 n. 0. ,
door. beard a
pleaded NelL I .. .... ....
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i* "Ahbut: little\ things sometime lead-' 8Jtbe_bottomr.: VR'heset robberies open." ' r a 'I 4 pains to see that the water' in the outer jr:. .... P P.?,... ...i. .Ti.T.-** Jon..n ....... ... .. ... . .... 30tS. o >Z'"
_kettle' docs_not ,ilryl out. 'Have- i-eadyj ;:) I M .. SIi ....... .. .. ...'....... fituari ... ... .. ..... . .. . JO" m agX
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to great result,7' retorted Sir Neville and of the murder ol poor,Jteui-S* 1't'gh; IIfI'li4 tlp f.l" And.ggcf' R"ked the of twoVggs well beaten -wltlJ! fLw.O fro. i pP. .....,. .. .. ...... Hobe80nn4 .... .. ..... ... .. .. 014. >
yolks : >
'buoyantly.. "Yo Il1ow:, that there 'wassleeping "Indeed r*' said 'ClllIoKVj: : >iolltely..butwithout ,! Clifford, .'''Who! are you.afraid of?" IN f p. ...... .......... Waal Jii|>tir....... .. .. .. .,.... .. . o -t -
a, half cupful of'sngnr. When the rice] 1'1'.1'.1.. BaacU. ........... ,. .11I. 'Z-4
on' the premises at. the Blue deep excltement.'j.,,,.,,yw LMy:: daughters-is ,very. determined.fbo.ibaj Is! done .the mixture into the' WY Ni .. ::.... ..............KnyotonDalray . ... .,..... ..... I ; ",.0. pp 0":11
'Eton; on the occasion of, tbe first robbery For he rather looked down upon the } "iuado 'np' her miaO-that ,,she stir egg .X 01. i r. ...................... ..... ....... ... .... 160. ao::
rice, flavor 19 taste with vanilla rose orj ... .. .. .1.. p. ..............l't.uud..d..I... .... .. ....... .. 0 I' Itl.
little- which he
tU committed there; a person whose lady'aintelligence, ) Will not'- elve evldepce answered ;7 Ofla t. p .. ........... ..... Hallandalti.B ............... ..... p Hila Z
:pretence there- ",a/tI10WD",1o' ,you thought was by no means. so strong 'asher Oolo iel. "Ire k .baking! yodce.Yesy6Acin'2ou orange and turn- Into a low glass or. ya '. so. p :................ City ............ ....... I Ins i
onlyJ"Yes. kindness of heart.; lnd'B&" III'! china dish., ,Whip ,the. wblteg cf. theg to. AP........... ..... . ..... .... ...J,..5p T1.s

"- ." faltered Nellaad burst Into I VYes," she i l kIS : such hold Nell that Ito over the rice. Set In the oven ai I fewj _-.-' r
t.te4. : rs. : f""; f. r got a upon jraor cone, nod jcaJled gsgtly.. ;
adnutes to\ raUp and, 'brown. Perve! SAWFOHD BRA.NOH. OKANdJ] CITY BHAKOH. .
1 _(J.t.7' .' ... ' got her to do whatever he pleamxl. } "UlsstBpeta11"' : ?
:: .J r..7yi. ' CIIAPTER''XXf: The notion was so shocking'that, ln.- J<(>/answer. But (I'he IiciiIIttebI\ meo e very cold. -It-gees without saying 11.. UDaily 8TATIOMS. N*. 12 "NON.I, ;t- Br.toy.' .. t Na.4* t'
probable as It appeared It made Clifford moving about softly lu.the.rooM .on his one should not use a cut glass or that'l D.dt [l>..llylr..II Pally nail
I tbe meantime. Clifford,wa. proceeding shudder. close the door and China',dlrh for thU 'purpose but ] f to L v......... Tltu.villa ........... 1 IB p I
slowly on'his way to Shingle rights He went to,, VisaLv..Mlma., ...........Ar 107 p !5 P tOlOaLvi.N.. ....., p lop
'-t E&: "should here ramekins can often- be bought for ten MaSOa v..nut.rprt..Ar.fl M a II.. II I'J _. It p
i tltq : even longer than ,it Hemming let him come she'.could, Dot, full' ,fcihe'ai0. , I / Ar....f. ...5snford..Lvlt.O. I 1O,1l 44 .IL..Or. U ..
\ to fifteen cents for this'purpose. I
done when was'on him to and worry 7our. v"Hemmlngr1 _1D. .
bad he way No. 17 N 10
echoed Miss Postal. Theodora! Your 'father'ha"- --- Sunday; N*. It HAYPORT N IIt .
CoortsUlrs that afternoon. There was -.Jp. SundiT y.. Dailyi.Snn BBAJfOIZ. I I :tI y' Bun.Only. N. t2 {
Then she silent. remained only. only. I ball .
a faint light over the gray sea but on was They sent me. _
the Tight. ,over.tye.marb'and away I, In,, the little stone passage for a fewseconds.enable Then; ho heard ornclhing: -a little << T J 10 Ma t. .Nstv..Jacksonv111e..Ar ..... 48 a. '' gp '
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silence.11e.: ].1{ a 05 p Ma L.T..I .eo..J..n..IJI..L.. : ........ T I7 a '' I aa.
aa far as the ridge of hUron which old to see each other'sface. : weak Very, followed by 'i; S II" 10 46 a I p .pOaLv..Pablonaaoh..Lv........ teas Ilion t 19 f t
),,Fleet. Castle stood, there win Inky Then she passed him'and'running ack 'a .t p'iand he 1JR'W'be"Col. 1- 1. 10 Ma p 14. L..AllanUIJ nsach..Lv ........ T 'blackness. .It WU 'a'loneI1 road, at qulckl"' to'the dining-room door, one! standing-at:"the; bottom 'of the rfOl\ 7 I 11 Ma 1 )1 t 11! A.oIaTpo..L. ........ 6 11 SO a ;

"night.' ., this long, dreary stretch of threw It open and' nterWtk'ooln : stAli-s. &! < \ .. I Thaa. Tlma Tab!.. thaw tba which train mar tw _t.d to arrlT.wad d..part
L to Clifford to follow;; Shall I In?'\. llffortnsked.. from tba aavcral atatlana.but thalr -rlval or drpartura at taa 11... tatcil I.not ....raa....., .
f straight hedgeless highway with only / go Oxalle acid or salts of lemon will remove .or duet tha Company bold ttk.l( raspoaalbla tor any delay or anreonaasna o*itrlalac th.nKEY' .
it an occasional bit of ragged bush or a "Papa said she breathlessly and The Colonel hesUated,.y llJj./- Iron rust I..m. .
'till more Infrequent wayside cottage In a little flutter of excitement pat- ,"L the door Ibckedf he asked '

\.tojjreak: tip Its wearisome monotony.. ting her little hands softly''and rapidly r Clifford trled ,l U- and'found .that It Kitchen; floors painted with boiled ; WEST AND HAVANA..
linseed'oil cleaned.
theone against tbe "It Ie the I.,f;. : % 'Cr are very -
Even the cry of the sea-birds was i was, AND '
to' detective who Is .. \'apd.bdvood should be washed PENSULAR OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT ..MIAMf.ta .
Clifford's endinztbls bostal
\ startling came ears : w"Tbcn tome away old Colonel -
wretch to Mr. { with cold.ten. and afterward wiped'dryand.pollshed . Effect! Aril 13,1903. -
\ on tbe clear air; An ugly fancy took annoy us. King \ qqlcUy.. .
f with soft cloths.X :
poasesilon of him, tooas he drew near .ays so. I IiJAt that moment there was a tbun- = NORTH BOUKO.

to Shtajle Knd at tut that the cries he The Colonel, who as It. seemed to i derlug bpock' the front door which : prudent jiousekeepersays she olways Lv1lamta.J..,'6oUtN..a3Unn........... 11'01. LT' H...... Kan., *'.I................ HLT ...
and, uses her pea pod... Ar Key Waal Ban..Thur....... ........... 10 09 j.Vr .I Ar Key W.04 No. Pit........... .... I Ie ,
beard were not all those of the sea- Clifford had aged lnthe morning threatened to split the old -wood Into saves It*7 W** II.....,"'b'... ........... 13 |1.. Ke,. WM T....* a.6. 1110. l
__- iblrds;' that 'It was a human cry shrill got up slowly from his chair and fragment, The Colonel walked slowly They make !ajjood stoCit'J;: for the foundation to! M....., M nn.. rI.,....... ..... ........ TOOa. Ar Miami Tuaa.. at..V.T"t"I! !! I .0 v

and '....el2. which came to ;him over stared at Clifford' With I with to n;soup. I
ty ? haggard eyes. along the passage,, and:; Tot copy of Local Tlma Card at other ormaUon ..;sdt... JL *nl.eH .
the flat meadow land oy the sea.- "Hemming! said he In a broken i. much delay possible; .,.drew''the bolts ,.Too much salt |lu, the gravy, may be I say
He !stopped... lie' beard tbe ,sound voice. ''The' detjCUvelVha.a.t! Is and opened S the door.' remedied by putting 'a pinch of brown I
again., 'And' .forgetting his promisenot he here f or?" 4 i Clifford atlll on the upper Boor angst In"'It Tbs: does. not hurt the.

fi' to harry; e ''went on toward Colonel "You don't understand,. papa. piped <' knew'that the, voice wero thon? -of gravy\ in the least. .

Boftal's. house as fast as his'.tired Miss Theodora's'. bright, thrill voice. '. the police, sergeant and of another con-': To polish' shell'combs rub first with

13 teat 'Could o rry 'hlm.. Ho was' ware ,"I didn't ay he was here.- But jMr. table belonging to Stroau.: ,finely-powdered charcoal moistened

now that the erica had not been those King tells me It Is Rewho rends the' "You're been a long'tlmo opeullitthe ; and 'then "with 1
4 of'the birds; sure too-that; they bade man to knock at doors and window at 'door, sir" began 'the ''sergeant: I I4ryl ,chalk with water moistened with'vinegar.prepared Polish :.. .AI. .... .....

proceeded from the direction of thespot'to'whlen'he'was"'hastening. ,night. J>ldo't you Mr..King" ,. ' : I with:'the palm -of your hand and dry '

.''' 1.There 1 -Clifford did not ,mmedlat.-IJ'fn..TrerHe But'the uaser( of the house bad pot, -cnalk.: . ., '

was a 'ragged ;plantation, of caw-that' he' ''tbtea h!' waited to inquire ,his '.irl.ltor'a'bu' l-. "!Uncle Sam loses.mall ,cakes. of su-! I We Do Job {

"nntrlmmed irWs'and thorn bushes on old of a .my steryV.toiwhich: 4he" staring' ness; be.. bad already rf treated,Into. beInl..roow < "phnr when be wants to'do. a.llttle fuml- : Printing

-.timright; side Iji&troad-beforeh6, eyes and trembling; limbs of ,the, un- :: ',. ., 4. 'gating 'These'cakea i'come' with a smalli l

1, . Shingle End :-Just ,as. be'ap- happy, old m.a' before; hli seemed already :-Tb.o, (two policemen ,e|d.a short andr'linrried'gonIuithtlon i vessel '.t'o'1' hold/them/while they arc e
darkest .
t... 'preached this, 'tbe part of the to give him the"clue. Wltbout In very'''low tODfllr 0i'

:, -wboj ,.road. a man sprang .out upon waiting for Clifford's answer'to her "then the sergeant 'entered ho.ftllJl -- 'I'' .burning.. aulpharlinakQp-.4I good. ,dlfln--: Of All'Kinds: ,
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theihade'of fectantt._ .. '4' :
". him:from the over4nglagrvee"i questionMiss'] "Theodora"- 'suddenlywent.oBMgs.lnHf tt>om and reappeared! quickly ;- : .
> ) mb.l4nd. fsrv "'f| TMIc's:1111 'by himself.' He:takes;'It.. ; a dying fire scatter overJt

.Clifford, jraoufed. ,.truggleL trying In ;*"You sad, oubd.jU.t MtM-ll, IIr.' ultd qulet.- said 'b.. ' Sr '" .'u little grnTWlateflugar._ ".Another good : .

Tainrto tWrirao' that 'bemtlbt'Sft""*the Ring+ : ,*Waete u1i that TV! I fllJ fc, .,- s 4, .To be Continued. .- . plan la to hold f d sheet"of paper over '

man' face BjiChla, aaaalhint. who tie hesitated He w ':overwhelmed! ,\the openluc Shore the' inte. so that.alt : WeC&.: 'lease' You :
ntterva Ia '' fma'n' ea'pabi 1I1 "tMt tnset'tlp'tbechimney"must:; 1 : : ; !
aid-Hot wprdrutrated: : :with .ft. XeelIn -"pr.plty foirtBeBe, two If ..eifery ; ; f ; '
: Berltai9ne4rmyawoald 'J
effoit-;; and.WW hlk fast ";, ? JL?,Jf.% /orloi pfople.lbu: (upp1ji biWioaded! Yrmy...we !!I put..1D,1o, the Dgid ,: 'drsttle b.y.ab'i/.r.roaghtheflre.' :

e: Chord's crlea,however,soon. brought within, their: $>oor'tumbIe4 wA ZiouseA.So :' ,.b.,9.pOOOO0ag.tns.t, << lJ.r, t J 01 J>,ADroA: trE.t17 ci..4Jo'i.. {i b6))...;, "' ',J. . ; . .'

belpxnd deliverance.ottTof that. although he certainly: bad a-: jOGQOOI1; PYenehmdn. 'lZ.iOOtQOt aer.j, ,7 poori..',.t qe4mftQ.hro.I1 gravy at?1 .... .. ._. ... .: "
m thb' dnrkness'ltberti ape vagua,belief I that. the old Colon'eXwaa. Ltatt/Jldl'! ,a a/ 'ill' 1lo6o.u. .,;t-.l-I1/f, Wokening tt &It.'IAspfreatdntprova, t mrp ' ..II; .Q..I.: s

t gyyr iwgicIyl l foJd tout ought In some unknown! ai.'I, Involved, fa. 'the::; ..JJ ..: :t'. i-'''f_j.4'.+ i+'ar..M gtletT'f, I Q Dr:bBHt tea-lb-slab talpt'efed by,tile! 'r4):It. )I.)" ItIW', fl. ,t ;),. .,;

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caged, .fn authoritative tones; i 7 t.fce tonged'tor hU escape, as much. \. brat hli nngert';.e dLD.o', J r-'J* ,,7s t. A14YOY. ii 'tunkeriS'fat more p.l .. .,

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Sphen. the might; bat.drawn Its t'ulltaiDI and little room wjth the .re promsg Tre 9. t .
the world her gonu'to bed : only preface ofthA.4jJli .,1".itt now1 incrrscope( : 'iVJI lei { M om something ttirs withitravar a that.I tf'1'ad'Jeorde4 tk jeltt,;(Q rejjpem a : vofil! t ion Iw'.6ud.I: "' ,''eXtend tbli) '
An: I .mfngoNt ko: ; 1\'a here '" It-froifi'-ioune-" *'aUoliue, stow on iMJrmII. field'Ot scleny i} Ah
pry aad rn4ckuhrdDerr4 ( ; i knew would .
you com, Teed .1 i from CUcmpttK.,Gct'insjir. Tlie.inetk ..thv.t-Lh."S"ba'II." 4.',.. Dickie' plncqra chntr'Jorto tbNItJ11II"Jb ....n..l"\lw I mainly lu a,pawefful* artlflclu; : 1 :
-rll anot.'ctr c.dilla alt 'ih r t1 c :t ( M'e -r } :8'L .e
Qttb4ver .k on. > 1fimWin'ti'I _._,. ..-\4t . ** Im'Fol>iiuFfasHrttW 11111011118 pwrtlclesto. be'' olio .. ... t .
h the Ladd t of tribu.t: o b a tbe. sounded.etrnggely.snd and weak. .lIetfe ; ,TJlI} pi'eattahyhlFia ','jlolwlj4Ii, I:; 1 fi' '
1:1' .. i I EFFECTIVE JUNE 8'r9o31 ,
4 o4tahhuetjbick .nli4thlck., .. "Her face 4ad Ilgdted up n'F s1b-I"o declared tha"'llmlt-of', mU-t-oscoplc-. : ; "j/
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.1ACw'X1r., nrIrto half the t,;toil"1\' die' >!<', but could see the havoc li routlt 1IALAGA t ': CATCHES AUT01fi icE1t.FfiViS. spectipntobe'O.00OO1mfIh( \etrot w|'III.It . R1AD'DOWN.' """ _. ,, .. .: .RHADUP.JiVl ;

'Aor1l b.IIII.lh' apln '.hofiea.loCJo2J r her lllnets of a. week ,, is **tlmated tb*t\tbU.llutlt uaa.ipcu. "-_-: . .

l.'p that are pac ):U1'Uit : : Tou don't fcUnd :Cino..seriifln' for ., 1-4. . ti:i ndedfrontd.000004do0.000b07lull.; ) ; .. ('
Then I drhtt bo'IZcqu o It T sbo>>'asked."Iwas << >-. 1lmetre. In Inches 0.0001 uilllluictrej U :: f'Ii.I.. aTATfl !l .: .f _f
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(cruel wkn. %' .r".. and forgot. J only. o3 glad to,1beof.nny i ' G1 :dom b.o)cJ)3SJT.( ) .' ' ': ,, : P1f; "". p.,. i.lI.' i.II,..
For nIT .duI..b1i.'ft".W backward m "ico! to her. I told her"and;' then for W'UI .n 3ecdll! tact. ",. " **. i"Eitsll t. .
lin ;; '. ,1-e019/61inoIna.F.t....I ..... A1l1On ''' ''' .........u.... 10 1 i4Ollae
IIen1Ehieb a.L; '> ; ribont f mlnctefffe, sat In..slleu! i, which bee JlIf' r biyl. 'oS : >t> Ideua Oaas1' '.. .....;,., ;, ... .... 'l..t...t..1.. .11 "... ,
hltl! 4I1 bay ahc"-" d honor ju.tta yas only) disturbed by the terrible late h7 tb !: tilt for Curious flccouuta come "t\), hand of 6o "7'1.' taart"a.rr.: 1.t1+ttui. 16rOLr.. ...:,. ... .:...:.." ,;,.... .l.J.-.' l0

,:And tom the bright.jlluiiott, 'ugh that !leaily: rttroko' ray heart toIbtenltpj elm.opeuls! wpltyeti t;! e moral 'the"cblonlsU nwhd''x: ntr.*<>. " pectre of the dead comes. no, Prom the amouDt ot bo e1! iijiupllyToneuineurTl A' n'of., themJA''! a96llaf'r.. ".......... ."..AI.... VI..Dlu, ... ....,......... .... ." till 1110..01'
Comei nalt and .- > .' ; Canada > f pro port Lla 0.:1: ,. ......:...........,Cotd..I. .''".,,,,,,,, ,.,.,'.., .1."I''h 1811 a.6.8ee''f '
.pill the chn tly Bunnuo .to an4 :'lrs' x mod wish I }:adi":anf T : >y'Th'eTa're s1S! iI labAI might hnve!-esyectedietltertained': '' 1 u .. IUT. ., .... :.I... :. .." ...r..l.r.'t J '.... .N11
For the of marrialt" feast,; doltUtblAk I ,ct.nj telHfO, no t "tpk' i I eraU5"4! uiJ$ottd t53. thrlVty v& allslntua extraordinary motions. ,,'batlf. '''Inhe j''l6' kill ..; :r't... ..:. ...,... "'orth.......... .: .) ...,..a"IO ..1aM
.. r dly mm in the ioulandlhop. is .ring! have route;. sho said. ,. and frivolity, to tlie aCuont| oot> \ 'wlldtr'est'would l be';and the.'mnjov.ity '908 C t,". l ....M..."'........, .... ...",. ...:......,...., Iow NOe .
east.tnWLion *.. L 8 ba a no "I. .'*. .. .... ... .TlftoD.;;............. h..U. 1.811 SAl T.
And t lie baldric: .t"? pattf In '* ' ff ; O
,''found' ,)h. o d ted whutit19"he'd""trut(6I(! 1bdk'lZk aAd'the) seHintf? vf.'egga: ,:A. breathe Ainirer B tin ia i cast me for, but I thought would trait And Germany by weight) : the consular selvs' wltli'' ;,Is' '.mln.1'f: m. as ,!hey Inn i44. ." ...-.;."i't.r.'( | ...<<. @paru'..",;.....'I........... 17001901 SSI
that early. glory- :' ot. the old' flays\ e .1 .) Cu lC\.J ell bec otvq agents have' supplied the State Depart': would have needed to> Jlght', Indians "1., 4 S 4lH..v.-..*:..'.i... ;;..'.. adel..\..\.........,;... ... .. ltaalla 'la em
81'111'1"1..JVere' .f 5J1J iof.. ; 1tfenf AltlCr'latatmaaalr' t SOt .80 111I. ;";' i4.r.4..llti8eartpn.q...,..............f. ... U. U NlP.31
omntal a ccord."The. t ;:- .,-: their' or Wr they doctor, says 1'm dying and fantastic, these warlike Individuals bad not a 10.! .5......... ...,.,;.. ,..,. V.ldo.a"rJ........;........:._.. Ar n ..., '
All- the all the houn that lie beUxxwl J I shan't' JITO' tbo"we$k out; so, after. According" Jo '(;!ohlol Tpornjvellirnyoei taken the,preliminary Ite .of learning .4., I al//"' ".......u..Haylow" ....... .I..L.. 10': r re9

,.,., yttf morrow that and Intervene the heartache! of"the, alitthere( len't'much.harnz In,me-_ tell- ,, XVifhi consumes..yearly 7,17Si to: shoot, andthe air .seemi ,tOj have T 08 el 66 'u;'"L.f ..".',.+:...''.';:r.......4...,......*;..!__' x.Co.... ..J","; ......!"H..' : O :1$110 "

std. I Arrnyi that veory jourlipthrough log you' 177 pounds of'horse meat. The ,,'llle- echoed ,With tbe discharge: of their 7161719 .. w.' .. . ..--. CuUer .. .. /
the burden 'of the day s .Again that terrible: cougli. Ands mo Jult slaughter houses kill 23.000 .l hdr es guns let .off' In pure wantonness, so .. 7aa .'! .. .t.;'f .1..i.s . 11,81,
Till my Mixinui: yei "el" andgain'the toiakq1 herifl an'noally/ind tho qrat'fnVn> 4* 75<3b.; a bad to' Interfere to 'UI to ,..4......:... ,1. .i .rr. ,
4 t , my I.-dwas hal'1lN dimmiP\ 1 1oe161t } ,oty fins and jronj-, that the police r.M. AI _._. .. kovlll. .. .. '". ./
'to..D&..the fo1bo. 1 ateh 4 I fert' I r. lint omdthlag... tn tlA)' |OO..OC thUJMimber KX5OO check their enthusiasm 'Those of them M. P.M. . "1.I.M.-
fields. '" of our meeting and in the eyes are consumed In the environs ot F&rls. whowere sportsmen were genuinely, iA 1 1A.M. 't
Arts '
445Lv.arw4r..Valdoata'i.t, ...; U 16 88
,,\\VheJi8.the.. \ sit aroutt a jhpusand,. ttMI tbat"were'raised to mine'dispelledallsuch leaving the city It.elt'19.1IOO carca sea. disappointed, as thebutralhoa' entire; ..fill**,,"4i'0" ,*:. .......,takPa,.4.,,j,*. ........*.M..;$w. LvlOt* 1091'10O7
: 11'
',:An.1'::a an. ramedjmlxtr could alt lId r In connection,*with' tha subject of disappeared and as to'the redskins' 867at 696.. ... I .':.
: 'J01 f
"otlier'folloiri'fiiVtr". "' "flon''t IJnllln..1O'J)1. ,,- TIT .\ I hor.)I..ConfUl. V 'a\'hln at "ottlngbani .- of FepllJloreOooper'lI noel 'be 6 85S 'I 868"I .N .!.....,..*................-J'-. per-s. .,,..-.'..............,..;.,...1i..' II."1'" Ail.
As.}:/'IIu into the faces of.the old days hand '"... placed reports that the use of "Oioss since tbpijndlau; 'of 'to-day f'. ... .. tprDC..t.. ".. ) '
... ., more 7 ft ::, ... .} ,} ..f..Lake Ciy.. so ......; .S: C it 88
/"'t. ', 4A6wheti ov'er,nilnerand the touch'.of thrilled, litter",for. bedding for borseeit rabidly saturates ..himself"with gin,::wears the' 813 'O.. ..... ...,.. ......Lk. Butler.I..h.. 8181 T .-e-
: : ''iWcmor come* 'teIlJ tl( ;.afai' me aanp amount' of' admiration had, coming into UM In jCoutlnental\ armies. same clothing as the white man, andgoes 8 C7 810 .........,l;... ....:.,.....,......'.. 760T8 7 r1,
> ? "f-" or '"" 'It wecfjll 8608t saov'aisk.... /ar.Mampfoa. .......; ... ...... ( TW t
takes U
'P deodor
the 'I'fI"1Ione
von by hand befere. claimed to..kt..&, to church; J'lJlarIT.-LondoD "
When she loads t .. '' '' .0.1.......... .........6tandla.. ..rrS..4rr.arrt.d .1 I
If fo you' IICntly"outhwArd110m. _-Ja'nd- *. 'f )\t'fl( jr-nly"bef for two days, Itlrtt'r'an' 'Izertnodisinfectant.. Sketcli.' ,. I 984 ... .....,.!..... bol. ; .... .... ..i1 55, .
Can you tell me- of .om .inagio" which- H.nali ;' butt 1C! woulfla'fliiiri; ,tonefollaald ( t ,Fret u, ?Leipzig tomesCotftul it H.Warner .. 1316 I& .".'.... ....l.t. ,...a...!t........!..:,.. : 8 Ie. .,
who Prutilan..offlclnla iweg.dtjr.tok.r..;,, I I LA.lM.
make you forever seen* '- aodi d.out.-and. It would make me bverg $that -.HI'.H. ..
All that sweet, eetraneingtrislonwbk the Happiest girl' on"God's en rib.! t' H"Iwis have'been petitioned*\o'liave fgg The. longevity ofi Quakers. was dlsv, .ch.d"lt of the "U.y..Ro"nd..Dlxl. FIe tleepera.7Mpm ..- '

Ca"'J'If:. percbanee! : >aui' the i I. but hues a dream of springtime J at a loss to'!grasp her rneanlng,1 old3 hereafter welEbr.tMtead of cussed .by a group:of Phlladelphlan . 1 dH. By... .;. ;' 880am'

the wintry sky of ag.,r. "2 but tbcj fekprcsiXoni on her1'face wouldn't number. ,Tbo. object Js to protect German the other day says -Philadelphia- 1115pta'L".I.koadUc.' ,4t.r... ..V.ldOt. ..I J. .....2...'.". ..1'80? am W. -

Stop. tire ftliitintc of dread hngers o'er lime's allow me 'to take the matter lightly;:_,_ poultry;'breedersufrom thoeZ''of;'' Record.' i'A'' physician; of, Quaker/jjlerl/ l amI ..... ?"..Tt. .....4..0., a60am',
Kierojjtyiihic page? > do TeU forelfa countries; particularly Amifrlca.. .true 45.m840am .",.. .J .. .. 'Id
I will anyth'ng for you. mew scent Bald."It'Is undoubtedly/ .. .
,Oh.' for make":om those. divine visions ma last.iclsn who could ,iotyqu avant-yell me lUtle 6ne, for The seerefof the(scheme IWs I...,the thatIrtlenda' are .among. Jbe:;louJ ".. i I"00|>m80am

When' I roam acrou the meadowj of the I cannot bear to ace. :rou looK it me .fact that German bets lay egga Wbooe lived persona in the world.- Statistics? 1 D pm .Chattanooga, S00p4 :,
old days that are past y like that. weight Is greater thanthose: 't>f fotelgn laboriously :and 'ahcurately.collected.. 8 !pm 'f .........N.byWe... .' .f......,... ,

But alai,1;'a clangor! wales met- '*Ti. the 8bo had 'not-ieteased my: hand'and rtO'WII."WellJhtDg'VD the average 38.58 to prove.this clearly. The statistics were. ,,I nfpm.J'.4. : ..., .. ILL.' CENT. B":,? "" 8 41 an :.
now 51.44 while tho< 1m.i. In' In'1800. o.1 101.
solemn nt'dniiht chime. she pressed it'tendnll. Perhaps pennyweights, ev compiled here Philadelphia I -'
) awlid train With through a ob ..d Parlor.
"J>lzU Flyer" U m botweear
fioundirr him. th. sickle: ringiniiat the'. fHlt." goaWo'a ltrougetoosing.plctgreebutthere : i.ported? pnly,tIp,the pcglcsAt t/r.qin. ?3.T2 They showed the duration of the average -''I eon aDd Jacksonvillead Pullman bule> dl.IDI. sl._pr..I.twss; M

,of Father Time: waa.nJ.tuonght In cither. ot.our to 32,15 pennyweights, ,_.?.1. -?_ Friend's Ufe to'be'nf ty-elgUt.yenrt. eon and .MkoD"le. rre't ad from et LI.. Jo.,11 Atlanta.,"Chattanooga, '
Col d
and doad the
< "< andcrumlilia bl.'ken..l.elDber.Ihe ,1An"epitome foil minds anything like sordid realities Consul Warner also reports from There were llvlng>t that tlmeIntbla,, Nab"W.. Cr. *' '- _
of life-for it crate-grows late- ah, I, :"!YolI\t'isn't m'nd If .lo"e'' 70 ,. do Lelptlg a more on the part ot the city. city thirty. Friends: who .w re. over tetweea. "Quick Macon step" 1* between Uaeoa sad .Paatka. carries' through- '.e M8i_ +

very latch! , NI. your she sired, \vhilo her great eyes political' authorities which' is unlque.lie eighty-eight years old and there were' hound 'rip .nd.akIDVUe. at1me Tour ats l.d't atIaatlo.B

"Coneembers'',cheerful ht. UurinitJvi4ioDi glorr < 'liV-' thai*... sought tbelri, answer tfn, '-miae, and aa say.j\ L T. $ fifty other Friends whose years aggregated ,and. Wbtte pnar*. Flo.' w .
-- '
Macon Oa. .
Which toes dews into the darltn thai > ifl..hadjhaU, >Tlaen In)herbedtgtitl'Iptll'I f Tto lAlpitefclty.Ooun ej1 has psased"att 6258r"'Thele"1)el'lOn',1 that'ia'to! W1LL1A5Ca5OILare.awYlo.President a, .B... General Passenger Agent,, Mexwa,, :tuJ
tome dar I. too, shall know! fA fcocld' seethe quick' rlse'ond ordinance "c mpelllng those em set were,Ton':thi.a,erage.'elgbty.@vp : '

Then rcxipM-t.again oblivion's ii cant mantle' /o'er IhejetJ 1 d| fall .of..her breast as the eat ,waiting ..ployed la. the .various departments'of ;years;,old.'"!Marked.longevity' (amour I __is H..r..Dt"PA'I."II..1 _. .,+ i '

And I bid farewell forever to the old "for my answer. the city government to take up'..their our people1 prates aoAdwhoiceome'iddbenhfclal t
that are psst,.-. dlla "What co'ild ; soy }9 her nvben myheart'was ; e..lthID..tbe clO* Umlti.?' As put inlcsof-.llvuf? aref Tai'abatemlousness i'hi4 beeuae: prfaori:get of'lt til

-T.olliAitlbfr o-t r;>4rltli.'a: medley"ofTc"uotIonVsucli'as -t the watef worka,.light Id 'plaDtl.tlltor. 'the,' early'baur.rtaroldanpeOtt' It bad become so tam '"
.. .
tin. I I : l I I ijlfff J : : r had never age warehousesmarkets pawn ahop. worldly excitement' It would Wit"itll his open bud and am

known before? I think was mad for hospitals, etc.,In addition to the departments these,wej, jtlie thingithat'mtdtlplle'dao the crumbs with which b,le It. _

'\ the time..aod,1 Would have done anything _ tinder city control In the ynltei .remarkably. ;. forefatUeriVyears: "... :
ill.i \.. for her-and I did for.half en. -U.: : ..: ', .
'< 'i] States are, munlclpaltnatitutlons? .) a -t B "-r A'dish of fresh water 18 i coaeta
.. '\ 11001'1 aftuw rd'I was 'W.alkln, !:'home large number of people will be affected 3h.Orest< ..... Ta..r 4 orf j9 necessity-where there' a 60(49. a

,} I' :1 with tbe'knowledge tbat I, had prom by this ordinance' It Is said that this 'One of the most rgmarkable'piecescl, even though they never appear t

.J A's: YARN, lord to marry my flower-girl.'" action was- taken In .order''to. fosterLeipzig's nature; sculpture In' California Is"thi It. Offering them water now. t
\\ : "The mischief you had!" said Gordon growth to Increase the't-lty's George Washington ,.Rock, about thlr The 'tadpole's tal J ioes not h1rp'off.. 'doesn't an.wer.t.alL" .t aD).tI'
Jack finished speaking. > they miles northwest of Los Angeletla'tbetQdntd.naana3Mountalas but develops a part of ;
i aa Income.jind I to' conccntrate con. ty-flve i who a cat
!Those .req
snpposo :
\ -, s1.1. Yea,"continued Jack.;"and tho next. j jday lervatfve Tot ." trr.' .. i' ,: : ; 1\'u1\ : w .... meet and milk,should offer,It
.. I only .
I..." I we were married." I The departure ot tbe'new 10,000-ton the Sunset Magazine. Near thlsToCk i '""TiSe whlt3-. ant* that bulldV., .nchndrtnoiw of nicely ff

< 'Oh?' murmured several voices, and | steamship United Statesfrom Copenhagen two- tunnel Is being ored throng:, > [ it
fellow then then "was-silence waiting Hoi- < for New''York did not escape the Santa! (Busapa' ,"fount jlim jus\j opt! 'I-)).ntP'Io"i'; ... .. I .asparagus It Is r kep'caged o yeti:
old crlmlnaj
TS'funny. _though,
jlen'i r."xt disclosure,which however the lynx-eyed ,consul ,t the forme.: bide Chatsworth Park. A chiseled S" one sure J
.; ; that _you never: seem did ;ot'. seem forthcoming."I ."/ port;' Vrho'; Immediately called; the aitentlon monument could hardly bear truer Jlke,;." Kotl-bnlred people. U Is stated{ are. le not when ,tc rmmb

' I to have a taste for marts hope' you gave her a..decent of the !State-! Department tbq ness to George Washington than thli liasliable to become bald than*those needs 0 tblrki ,.Jt"en.tallti'

I _I Ing, you with your money, funeral;! said, the friend la the arm-,' tact that the vessel,. with herfclsfet! chance picture 'lu:the.ragged,(!mnioni| : itnltbl; balrof, : ? .C0101. jf man no 11

good looks and jolly-ways, chair. '" i i ", shlpa, dfaUlg'Olav'and dscar I; :hai' of a huge bowlder. Viewed from'outpoint 1 ; _l-r- . taps* 4, for his horse should rememberfalthjrulsrvsntwia tender tIV
own '
Come along now Just "She didn't tilmurmured..Tack.' more than twice tbe net tonnage capacity . and. only 'one, It stands out shnrjand" 1 Bear era 'do'not'! '' use their 'for last.;

up likea/ 'man.; What was IbHilted. 'Ohl I say old man, you dldn't-let ot and other steamerIn thtf' rncl*' distinct against the sky. From all rowels, the mud ladstones.upon better white, .deep last

''hopeless'lnfatuatlo with a married' yourself la for anything; did'you, for between the two ports named.** TWe other point the rock Is.a. sbapeletumass. their :,between.', tb!chts reive.consistent ''treatmeat.tlon .,
t.I..b "
,woman, or whet7"looked the, *} tbe sake'Of.a. pair of big eyes?;' United States Steamship Company, 0 t The Image measurefull twenty J ! rtp : to regular ration! and ''
Jack Iloldcn at eneakcri There was. a blending of. sympathy Copenhagen for which these "vessel five feet from chin to brow and la close: bonnet wltTa'wet sponge 'heldlgnired. '

IJ (inn amused elprt'sllon.playlog around* . and'surprtse ..InGordon's. voice' as he were built, now.'Gwn"sa'all'UT"tea to the top of.the hill., In.the ,vJ lnltf 'Te lIoDe guinea pig-la a sad", So 18 a net If bla'tal bee'

bla lip.. tit vessel, of 150.483 gross,to.,ina e.ijlt'l have ,been:"found Indian.rellcs.r ovens,. m ,; animal in aw way'related 'docked.. Some treat'bun td a.sir
G1r .poke.'bat"
2 "Very clever, but a long way / he ,. 'containing''Indian'writings."arrow -'. to a pig..or' to Guinea neither did the
Ma j have TOut don8I'Wltll but a-matter of time; tbe consul odder .ton ; ( '- as prevents the waste i .
truth. lie sold Quietly, throwing "II sent lieiLtaJacboolJl; bold_de- ., .when.the steamship vlcd. frop4tbe: heads, mortars ADd ninny traces.of' "Norway rot come from Nor iy, =I la tall switching. eta '
looking ' '
cigarette .Into the lire and 'tei-mlrtpd to make .the beat of It. Sbe United States will be exien'\leddlfctJi'\ ; ; a settlement. of aborigines. ; ...;. ;.. MMY 'FIWaT.ntieneraiiyrL .' "
omewimt moody before him. & j/ -- ( .
: .
: '
tafbq'en four andiron There has i recently1 arrived -
away years to the far'eastern Baitld port) to-lce*puP l.o' .
'Thert.must be some good sadagtflclent from her 'Jdur t'W'01'. liome1' .m. vthto; f ery mat ; | -WUh the.: !march In trade of Aincrl. 1e11 tu IX>T. i.Jtoee.,.,)1. ,. many the hide of an elephant .< *mn.>.. Wb/st.'
reason for keeping you" ,; men).' .c can exporters. ''k) [ h. ; : Everybody bal beard about Dean sixteen feet nine Inches high this being T Long a*yb Sir John Frotieart aaM,
joining. the earthly majority his # Just j then there .was a light' knock 'Iffota' *: c"u4eto..ipf. .Consul >r;, n: Dole BDd' bla roses fie has just!\ been ver' three feet, above the largest rio, ,English t.k their pleasures .'

Jock gazed his Intently .t roved from companion one 'the Mr'and-tM!' next 'pllnute ,.vtBlo1 -Ayii,-"'h' e ser vlees d+rind the disoa. tcllJLng;n j"ppndoa writer. ,how. *jiff#Igid' r 1.e1'fr.! wn h.lt1. ?et 1 ,the gossiping old 11,1., l

and then eyes' bf: rare beauty ran. toward Jack and.w ten of the Mont-Pelet\\ Tohanopwereco to take up>the bobby. ,"Wb D.I was a _. among us..wrlts,. th Ad..In
to the' other'' men friends who it 'JI sold: that the'lion provided
Oxford he says"I
' ,fib trinds. highly pralsed/aaBonnccsjthaQ'irlre-I yonng man at was Sunset Ua..nlne .'
sat around nlm. '. \ % "I wouldn't.nnonde4"Laatd the less telegraphJT"has 'now 'been tab? slttlogiln a'garden ones, evening* ')rribk- R'tb' *'V oarp'si>uf'6il the jend I 115.Faitith'blcA'1t take plea

He bad never told the romance pf vision J jln Tolce'WhIch vibrated with llsbed for the nsrof the ubllc be|weed: tug a d lKar-when my attentlea wa.5at. .IIsbaitbetf) '. -ly.Alerlca. aUuosta co

; bis a living soul, yet swmchow px tflBlte tones. "I thought I would Gaudeloupe and JIrtlnloue.J The tariff traded by a beautiful shining i object fury. I"Is an apenage -of the skin terms, but It li.true. ; '

\.1 'to-night.'lie. felt' that the secret would bespeak taEe-yifU by .up>ttie." ? .J i cji.rgtjaL'flieally.| the,* same,a. tbat gleamed against the'green.?' '1 got onlyrand .'would'. fall' off If, used so leans spoil sport.- :1.

no ,longer, remain: !jwlU. him-.'tbat be t Then as)h4 aa<.the mitt upon yhom those of the U"ClDcl1. C'blfvCpmpanywhosa up to.satisfy' my curiosity and found p harshly DOt' a memo.' ''They take tl
__atuat ">of Jt.of; he/ ;Yet -W.hy shft haft Intruded she turned and. would lines have been brokent-doe to to-my surprise that !1t.'W. a rose lit;.up> hard, '0''.
...test thlq VirAl be could notanalyw. r{ avded.'-' < .1' q the volcanic actlvitL.f 'sixteen by tho rays of..unut. '''M>/ heart.w.w, The' word buffalo should 'not le'sp.plied tr.The game of wblsthaobaa. ,'

"She wee a' flower-glrli".J'be.MaM.! ::' *" here?"; filled with affection for tbe lovely flow'* to tbe animal that formerly' confused compound
rofU7. his elilah come montha. The "Berrice j i factoryan .1 by a
{ and at"the Information Ja'eld had risen .* he spoke and average of. .':'sixty i e "fe Oini s be lag er; 'It was a case of love at firstSight. .roawed.axcr our western pi a las. They .'and conventional jrule* del8a4 tD

,friends'' showed come astonishment, for ela out his hand ''to the .Melon In sent dally U And from that day to this I have loved were, not. buffaloes. ''but blscn.' ; The possible .thl oacnV
.J (1I: 1I0Iden. was.totthl'm tbe very York News.Itnwta cellllUlh roses '1 began rose culture with twelve true buffalo,does not have the bushy' anl that game la In .
that and 0f Itej-ew. _M.laia.' : fle. .
essence of all Is fastidious trees In the vicarage garden of a little head, but 'surrounded by luimense la the stamping'ground of.
the first water In excellence.". No o)eJpob.o'U01deb I f 1 IVhjr I. I.hw Blre of !:hU' IfDrht..tbe'a tomobUe The'stfang!' feve village<< In Nottinghamshire I.bnv borne.; '-! P l+prw'. ::1 partner.;, It survive ;only as tkpanage
continued; J I J. t racfaph in the cable Dew.etlt i'l' ended with 5000," .f\>w\.iiU-. : 'of the tea a peattst
"1: had,oftetl passed her on theawayteethe that Ilussfa Wartb hate had a'teant part ,,oftthe'story Is, .however,'""tha\ _..,_..a The' ), spoken of as. snatched by 01 :s'
cltyi Shej made av prigLt;spot there la thus far but one autoinobQ ; .. i but It 'does not even resemble a l enindpt.'
st UM thootlng: match In Great Britain, II urn, 7Ir.u Toe A.--"II. a 11b. f' circle;. It la the
of beauty I In, a sea of human beings, now in Malagaand thaf-of*Krone; In ..form.It is' free from
but owing to the difference In the calendars .' On account-of the fcequent repairs flsU. except lightened which it sti
whose aim seemed to be to/ outrun '' racing, make' .One.oC.tha..lnfluentla flat the waters: bJ J
one / some'of' the men failed to"get required by': the pneumatic tlres"otheavy' scalea; lu tall lies upon 'permitted play arfl next t
one another.In the race for' wealth. to England tlm men'( the city the consul goes onto automobiles and-'-their' great Its Mood la,warm; it breathtJefnl' -without, belD"lttdlcted'by' tb*
"Her eyes; were beautiful. dada .be 'Maybe' her 'eBI nda*,' Is .one reason say, has asked him to' procnra:cata. cost. '''the experiment: of >substituting Of lungs; It brines 'forth,. .'young alive'and thub Grand . ,

stood selling the flowers I wondered why Russia Is behind the rest of the lognesot'the. leading'America ,: machines solid tires on the rear wheels! h..'.recently suck.le them.' Ur. .-
what'mysteries, her"-' tongue 'could reveal world la jw/naany ways. She itjll while another' baa placed an been made, and one of,,the,,re-; : I ,4PtealdentDraper Iwg1..l l.ta. i:a ,J

when .her PTe..aloDe. spoke-iof a uses Oaestr order ,for JKtrpit-fllade 'machine."Problptnees suits abown.Ja- !ncrease- of, tractive (Artificial teeth and ;nPera" for of'the TJnlverslry
soul of snow'j: I nearly'2000) 'years'jlevliJ-'I7'JqUu.ago'It! : was Caesar 'la-''dellTory," any -Mr. power cllmblug;' bills. .It la said boots and shoes 'are: new 'Of' Illinois. ''said 'In' his baccalaureaUsermon. S'

"By Jove! !. old man you had;, ''em who Invented "leap year" by ordering Birch, In' conclusion "ls an essential that huh. which could Dot b t cltlnbed scs to "which paper Is being pnt At '' .' 'Ordinary"aenae,to

pretty bad," murmured the friend* in OOT daf sTfot' every year. "divisible shy..' ,point that should not be overlooked' by by vehicle: boring' a complete' set of. this .moment' a substantial' .business 9! Inheritance) and of 'borne .. ..
the armchair. American psanufscturers'1nsendingwaehlnes'to pneumatic tires were.,surmounted by firm In Boston Ia proposition v would'seem, therefore.a's'thetThIsago
U;-M. considering
"After about 1br e months I missed [ iliac 8118ln1'V > machine after solid Urea had to take mamifacturlnK --
Uy the of(Pope Gregory TII. the same, up that a good ma ay
her frou'i her uu' l'pace. and toen.1 however; tbe calendar had fallen be., Consul Birch also ffpo'rtl'trolUoUal. been put on tbe rear wheels' At'.tbe' 'paper hate By and by a' high".4 .aneto.and ..,

realized by the emptiness of the day hind the true time by elcven'days;" so' aga tbat the crop of Jordan almpnda In same time 'the ...vibrationwas-'not Increased bat.,dreas Iqlt and shoes rivaling pat :.faave grownup IQ.inlUlutoul ';

that ber eyes had taught: me somejblnj tbe Fopo-devled the present calendar Spain for the'next season promises' to . .' to an, .uncomfortable,degree.; .: nt'leather* all mode of'paper laT ba'' ", , , .. J ,IJ I
that would remain with me forever-: divisible b be normal for the first time since 1809 -. quite the correct thing i).:, '
air r--
wherein years exactly roD.lder Tha A'tablishment''ofo' departmentof
*That day as I was walklns''back'; This means, approximately; tbat 100. .taau. CadI..Ue.. <. '
and 4000 -
400 leap
four by by are ;yearswhile humc4 such aa"i igbt'tralayoungmen
to catch my train from the office, \\1; those divisible, .by-; 00, 200- d -000 -twentyfve-pound boxes ''WIU be There seems .to be a rage for candlestick , 4 ,1( waa formerly believed that-an etcpliant' '.after-dinner ;1
felt a Jerk at my coat.' and turning.; 'atafable''for export. The presen *. 'Anything that Is original and .. 'fort'legl bad no'joints; and \,for ap.klni' .tor

found that 'a small child wee looking. 300 are ,pot.'When the calendar. was; Introduced. . price i S9.85.. Is considered* .' *prohibitive t'ltlc-turued 'wood, ,beaten cop therefore; Ae"could'; not lie down; .but 'lelUagand tte other. ".Qr.iDlng: of,"MIV'waukef. '.
np at me' by American buyers. wood brass- inflexible' be can He down Smlh.
appeallngly. ,; and the date set ahead there were rlotila per* pyrp-etcbed goes they,are tha.anual .
"In another moment I had l learned withthe "Glv -Turning. torBohemha'Ichild" 'i, ,labor- provided. It Is, whhusltai"e'DO' lIrh. ,according and occasionally dots' although1 be, . responding to ft .to..t.

from.bla lips that,my* flower girt -waaUlrdylng. various' plates'eleten'"dayr' ?cry*"**Not'Mn'frvm found to,be'one of the leading:!questions to the upholsterers One' Cf ;: standing, o leaningagainst. alumni dinner' pf' the "

he said-and had asked him n* back our, .' "t! r ,.according to C, S. McFartand" these, new candlesticks., for instance .1eeC, obJect.' He does. act xifaw; his of.WI.con.ln.Such *, unlynltt

to. beg me to go to. her and to speak to 1t\1I1IA"fo! i ,I I (. . :' censul lielcbenberg' ': 'tTnsaUsfactory shows a row of candle: 'loclosexl In a hind tet him when4 be lie* rent now. la eslatene.4

her just once before she passed tote the .. Craft.: ... condition la the cut-glass Industry baa rack. ':The :l.'cht .screened' and re I down. White"elephants,are jm.ade so Mr.. Smith,, betlaves U.wouldprove' .

j .Great J Unknown, tNot. ,la those! word. ,'The:recent explosion upon' the*.Ubo< brought on 'strike of some 1COO skilled! ; fleeted by a lot of coarse;'heavy piece bye disease; I Is awt their natural color. 'ielf. practicable., 'a'advaluabW. :: .

oftcourse, but.I understood what the marine boat Le Francalshas revealed laborers and itwai SO'thll way that of mica suspended In front e C tile row. J '- '
boy meant* < tbe facts concerning! skilled,labor were, movement Is commotion caused lO'' aDlae C? : .; .
anew danger hi'th" type of craft. The arts and crafts : r* 1Sm.: waa Lancot that. '.
"You brought opts ''Children begin to recelv. 6f artes.-. by sever i The LOliOD. ) IIDCI '
don't mean those
to'aay'that'ioii\ aC- The accident established: the fact tbntIi sponilDle. >many.. Tfl." Wight r.l"a.ealr ,bacteriology become recognized
,tunn -" ', '1 .\ J Instruction avery .early age, 'and . '' Park,
stormy weatber'oxygea gas escape craft,, eQ ; .
medlcai science; attentloDbu
abolJtt"s servd an : ...k.:..... sad nano, ascertalacd.- branch of t\much
"I didn't healtate a second, but: tell frVjni' the"'electrfe a umuI4tor.. from : yean oppreuticesblp. hurst who It. ''was'' .
.. log the dirty mite who had arrested, me ... ; ,"" ; 'All, wprkf;; is ""dpneLbyj.; !. i .ece Recently ,_the trustee ..01.8liAke.', ;'searching.f or,.;mouas''which bad 'escaped ( beta directed' to the .*.'frUae'Jw

to lead the way, we both walked a* tat : ...._ ..'.DI......' and 1I .AA4! vrageaarepaU: ,( ,. .faleni, ; peare'a ;birthplace, sent. a' "return from the custodyefone ef their 'and i"aot''enoagb' : to ,ttt'10it.nwht.);

.. 'as we could In the'"dlrectlop'of her 'Wlleu.-nr there Is a'marked ahead player'claims that theavccagewageamounts ; wreath"' to the house of.Victor Hugs lumbJ The'mouse, was.recaptured ,' 'ItTemlnds lt

", bumbr..4'"lUo&o" J'if i, ? large:,dinner JsrtT'n la ajwnya, to. seventy six: cents a day fo r .n ,Uir occasion!>> .,of the French poet'sblrlhdayl .t.kt.C.r. of by one'of.the exconvlctaj +'. 'countless'baetlPs'mayos'they'iaauaoknosrtab'

.i ,"Bnt aurel1.!'BIT dear boy' -" I sp'th'o? 'nper.tltioul ,liaT. twenty tam.alt. male.ap4Jlfty-ST: . fp;;jetpale .JletV"white aDd',' lu" ,were ., ::"who 1.It,. '.the, ea-p>:tbe ,,' va'|' : |a>''h

"Sbnt up 'Qordont! Jade caa't. te1l 11 tjot!' the, lioo!'. 'e:;' tltranty: mlhutcl skilled labor fort the l1\"e",'days, In' 'the the colon"emplgye4'on. ::4iba: ... kVopnl wearing.', the past. year*'the f '.bl.t I ir i. ""r, t' Vi f - Y.4
.. ,
::ni'( :yen. keep .on'laterruptlcc.1* ".:, .,, "" 17 ,-' week upon. which:worlr.'I.,40. ,"' !The oIlaur.1. :. . ',":",, ".. "". .'v"a-. \. '. 4. . ": , I .t -
,( . ,. .... fo,; ". ... ,, .. : ; 1.;, '/1'' "' ., .. J. i" ',' Y1 ,
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..."' ..... II'Epitome, of tbe 'Do Notice' ? } .of Under Application Section, for 8 'of TaxDeed If So.Try. a Bottto of: ..k

: ALL, AROUND THE STATEAri and Sayings of "Chapter 4.888, Haws .ROLLINS COLLEGE

of Florida.. .
"ilWflUAf.. ,> Floridians for the week. NOUO.Isb.reby. 111'.. 'that r, ehaaer of las mrtlflcalea Ho MM, dated< Srd .
\\ 6)4'afRr3ir'IItJ' ;1 i11r 11t hal,, A D ides M9, .
IMMt. IMS :MA 9<7
J' H "_ ____.___ dated the 4th of November. A D ire, .and Moe9Uft.
r.D aOONTlNt1&D SIO and tit, daMd th.Srd' day of July, A: D
Notice of' 'Application for Tax J9i. b.. lied said urUllc""' In my offloo and
baa made eppllnatlon. tax deed to issue In COILEQE .
Deed under Section.-8.oi aooordanoe with tbe law .

At 8,o'clock the,wind. eommenoed to Chapter 4888, Laws 'crlbed!ttald oertlflcatee piopfrty. tUuatod embrao In the.Oftceole following County d., Prepa-ra ory-School, Maslo School, Cute '
>f Florida lo-wit:
r rise and rain fell In torrents over the t of Florida. No.oMKH 4MWU.Be 4 T'.hb B,, K.W E:, Art School School of' Elocution
Notice Ii glv.uthfit O. 'Baa; 'piir- 76 sore., ,
Vessels hereby c a r ,
.city. not proceed '
: No.2d. IIC'-!' o29, 8 R SO .,
remain ehwrof Tax Cenlflcatae No. 1247 and tot ofNRl( Tp28 E. ir .
1 toes and In port at dated the lit day of June, 1WA and 6th day ni 40 acre.. 'J; Business SchoolTeachers' School of Domestics and ,
June 1HU nxiwrtl vely, hai tiled old wrtlfl- No 241, 6WU of NW! gc 2p,T'p 298 R SOK ;. ,
anchorage. A government,vessel ..putout 'cnte.Tu: my oflce...and ha*"'made applloatlon I 1(0, _, SIC' or NWboo. 29. T'p' S& 8. R HO K. '..
to .aea. but- returned, unable to lot tax deed to luurln _rd.nM with law, No. Z4T.< NW of.WU -IJ! T'P at s, B so K. 'Class. Industrial Arts. med.
The (DOT* landa ieingsa..u4. at the world produce a
Bald certificate embrace the ollowlot' *. I W. defy the
-- ,
brave the No damage dale of th* lainauce of laid cerUHoat* ia the
fierce storm. great wrlbod Vroperty Imalad. 111 Oaoeola County, of l Wine for the cure of all forms of Kidney
: Bam* Aim .
Florida Ioowlt :
wars done to. shipping,:: : 1<10. 205. ew3 .. w4 of sod Of 4 troubles diseases
Ce..UII"aw 1(0. 1247-rW>2 of 8WU. Ufa SO. BEU NEy( and Bladder an
About'11 o'clock the w.lnd" lO'etI T :2A a, Jt .10 K, and C'cnlrtcnte Mo. ftoirSKJ( olNFU eES': 5eo s 'l"p J/A I'a, 10 R.: W.. F. BLACKMAN PH.-D. PRES. .
l0- ,, that ,111. equ..l
= d,4 ,
{ See. Tp 25 H, RW K. No. 2 10 of"1t4! :of .X}(and.Jtof eE.).( peculiar to women,
1c .fifty tulips an'huur"alul later In the The rats ran .being. aueaaed at the dalo: .. :o!"IPAWt4oftotIMee10TmLRIgk., SmI..h's Sure Kidney Cure. "**-
miles. The the iMiianoe.'oi. such oerttflrate In the name of No. .. . cent of the cases treated with
sa. day it i reached levent, ;; L W Klahr and Unknown reipecllrely 1'h*said above land being ..ue".tba eight Ater.
a roofing from the Almerla Hotel was I Un,I.... sold oeRldeate. shall be redeemedacwordluK date of the ieiuanr"of said certificate* la the ,. -- Smith I Sure Kidney Cure that have
to I.w.8x deed will liiue there- .maor"J A Urelg. i underour observation have been
4 :1..taktuS'off; : ', ....wa. the roof of th eon I eu-tUolulUOay of .O tobor, A D. IDus.Wltnen Unless mid cent lie.... shall be redeemed . A ._ We1 sell our medicine on a positiveguarrantee
Moordln to law tax deed will Imu thereon
official slznalnra and teal Ibis theMe < <
,pe Soto Hotel. Af, Ybor City several d.ot September my A on th. LOth dar of October A: 01MM. If directions are followed e
cigar( factories were badly damaged, nJ M: LEE; Wt: __ Wuneaimy. official ilg-natur* and C.. A., CARSON Preeldeat. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.. .< and money will be refunded If cure Is
,l Clerk Clrcn t CourtOwoola eeat &ht th* Pint day of Bep- -
and the .. off' of rUALI] teraber .D..II1U8' ,. not efl'ect.ed. 1
roofing was County, Florida.By i.tAL
W R JOHNSTON. O. O. JJNO.M. LUB. 'II :3EZ: .E: Price SO cents and 100. For sale Zbyooeola
+ several buildings. .
.Cl rk Clmull" Court of Pharmacy. y

Hampton.block w.x..' unroofed, Notice of Application to Sell W'R O.ou.&i.norw.. & ..
By JOHN8TOH.; D. c.

l and of wreckage.several email Signs houses and awlngs l..ylr. /a were pile Real Estate. Waters & ,Carson Grocery Cot i AmcrjcanBpautyand

Notice U hereby ilren to all whom It may "' '
scattered all over the city, 'and the concern that the niKlenlgniMl. A E: Bearden Notice of Application\ .'for Tax Wlioleaale sad Retail De.'anl.GROC'ERIE. '
a. Adinlnletrator of the Kmaleof Mary B Lest.deceased F C. Corsets
street car service was. abondoned.-; will on Saturday the IOU day of Deed Under 'Section 8 of .
Electric' lights: were all outlfand, the ()rtobor, A D 11KO. at 10, a. m.. apply to the S.0
C Chapter'4888 Laws
Hon. W K Johnetno, County JudRe of Oaeeola ,
oily was In total darkness. Telegraph County, State of Florida, for an order to sell ..tprivate of Florida. }
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use, the followl"K deicrlbed Roal Ha-
and tephune connections \'ere 8.11. cutOff ate belonging to aald Eitate (for. theD of J
?/ rpoae Notice t hereby (fInn that ttrt A K DawRon.purahaaerof des gns and
and 'no news .from the outside aatl.fylogseertein mortgage and for the .nplort Tax Certificate No. a*, dated the 4 t
of the minor heirs).. to-wit: Lot One (t,. and dsyof Jnly. A D UO1. haa filed, paid oortifl- I .TY-A.aBNT .FOR ?r latest fashionable t.
world could -obtained. Hlook "}I'" of W A Patrick' Addition to the -
cote tom offloe, and baa made appltoallon for I models.
Town of KUalnunoa-Clty. said properly .batngaltuate las deed to Issue In accordance wltn law. Said
k Captain Garner reports that thegreatest .la the County of Otceola and Slat of oertlflcat embraor the described HAY Fertilizers' CRATESGRA1N Over 90 new rand
1 Celebrated
damage the State will feel will Florida property situated tu Oaoeola county, Florida, f .
THIS U, day September/ 1 to-wlt:
be to the crops of oranges and grapefruit A K BEARDEN I All letIWasloFla.Mid. K' a Rt of way, } ETC. il styles to select a

.. ,_All along the railroad and Ai Ailmmlntratorof a leaks "the_.EstateoQlsry d.Mojice I I SeotloD The land 2S being 8, R 28 assessed K. at the'date of '...i- Clrcnlar and Price* from. Made

back Into the country the oranges the s.uu.oeof.wIiourtitoate. lu the name of FMraUhed on 1o.I c.tlo.. selected
ad of Application for Permit Robert Beei KM amUnloaiaaldeenlflcat. from dfabricsand
blown from the trees and In
were lay shall* redeemed: ao> we a'r -well
great quantities on the ground 19 Sell Liquors. Wines cording to law,tux deed will' lam thereon on -
: .
the 8M dar of October. A D 1WM.WITNKSa '
LOSS NEARLY MJLLTOK.' and Be rr- mv ofHclal signature and teat this HIDES FURS WOOL ,
E."J.: Lynch who represents'the To- WHERE**,.J R Graven, '8r', hail filed with the 29th day.of M.August LkK. A- D 19O3.JNO. ; every pair I r s
has onr liberal ,
the> Board CO'iuty Commissioners for OnokolaCounty circuit ;
baooo Leaf.-arrlved here last night. Florida, application for permit to (faiAL] Clerk ConrtOsceola .
Florida.BT ht
cell Wines and Beer In Election Vittrlcl County Ooun1rv: FrodLixoe Speclalt guarantee.
He an interest in the Liquors .W JOUKSTOMK D.C. a.. ; .
cigar damagefGl On*of'aald County and; any cltlienof << Ask to see..

A the .Industry./ He here such be election.I at tbe meeting district of.ttb.s.'b':: : :: :. X . them. . J

lowing account of losses last night: on Monday, the ftth day of October next why The strawberry' growers of Lakeland 4
'" San. Martin: Roof such permit should not be ranted.,
F -Company- .
v to set out -
e, JNO. M. LEE vicinity are preparing Corset Co.
blown} off; damages estimated 110,000. (.IULJ] Clerk County of CommluloneraOMseofa th* Board of an usually large. acreage this fall. Kalamazoo _

Theobald & ,Oppenhelmer Factor County, Florida Exclu.iv. MaKe.
,' roof By W R JOHNSTON D. C. '. MICHIGAN 'j
damaged. KALAMAZOO
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Arno, Ortis A Co.- Roof damaged. High .Grade Whiskey Sold ainei ....nam.nd.d bar s ''IBLACKDRAUGHT
ottA a Cint Cbofirt-hfutnin.
1 ,Berrlman Bros.-Factory. seriouslydamaged" H. U. Stanford.

j t1Aa. ...... t.f..kl.1.fChidna.tAa. ..--.- -!

Y. M.. Antonio..-Factory seriously A,.. rTO
damaged. 01..... a .
Botel-Roof' . IS.PQWDEM1 A Bowd.. SbenatShW I KentuckyExchange
E h' damaged. ,
_ Eureka ,Bar-Roof ,blown off and Costs at JlnaIsb, thTe. CAS1EET11U4Gsad lAS7.if to i

11 front blown it.' Or ran it **.*. to C. .... MCIF tTT. IlL D.. aT. LOUI" M0. .ANDCAFE -- f DFORDS :
o-.D. b RAaer.p..e,ae--. Aeefttt.'I'wL, No..11.-. .
Arno Hotel-Damaged.. 'I bean leave na.eNw'e Tix'rtilxAA. a Id r.r r ad Mh..y_61........4_, w_ q Nd.11 .
,.Avery & Owen, .commission merchants boy was a_".. .bat,'arlr/ -1.s .i wna.6 as that vs.s.i5--IT tea ht.... 1 app.e.d spa.T&KT11IRA. omaa: : E.R.LIBaV tf
; a4"'IniMedaS to.... ad W 1_'sane srk.d Ia 14 Ire,'
-building badly damaged. feu der w M nee 1.... ....1..wt+.ft.a.4_It(too*with.ehlUraa,a4 ......taktait"tm. .esat.v MANAGER ]
ljr ".. .-.... s lie __ Ie aI& wrat ii yay (Saa4Mtama>kUenaanOT tktM -
No electric lights. := ._ SUM. Ii, B. BAJU>X.

V No streetcar.servl/ from 10 a. w, r.-::.. c, I the Ion
now have largest.stock of Wines, Whiskies
to 8 p.- '
1 TO and. Beers handled in
ever Kissirnmee. All

f 1Weil: Tampa flooded.) 3 grades at prices to suit the times. . . COPIsTIpATI0Nff

V i Jt Y ,No Workmen work In would factories." not- come' to. collect, .p THE- UNIVERSITY oR' FLORIDAExclusively t; -


:;; wages. >. ';nTot'. .:CE JK 13'ECIALZ'Y" :: :
At a conservative estimate damages '
i ( for Mates.) #Z .
.hi Tampa will reach the +" .
; tl.000,000 .
.mark .. Twentieth Year Beginning: September 22nd, 1903: -. CoiuUp tlon is nothlnff more / '
; __. g AzARDgm thaaa
| towels (
.' .' .. ,Proprietor.oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooot. fo9.! nsr of the .
xSEVEN FOtfR-YEAR COURSES.-Agriculture,' Chemistry Civil ?2 and nothing le .than vital,staff-

_ <" .. .CstpturW. ;, Oopher JBut Lost. lip *, b7 Engineering, Mechanical. Engineering, General Science, Classics.-, m_ nation or death if not ... i..N.
,J"- ufo' t Tw0y.ars' course In Mechanical Arts One years' course IB Bust. 1 could very w .tipaUd sufferer
.. 1
l.i. '' 1form&tlon.'reached 'this Saturday ness or Stenography and Typewriting. A preparatory course of one rcaliM that he is allowing .
city fc or two years, as required for those desiring such preparation. A ( .. poisonous fljth to remain in his
of -lh.e .most,peculiar death of short course of five weeks In Agriculture or Horticulture. Post grad S ivitem. hicwould too get relief.

Amos Green, a worthy colored man M. uate courses are also. offered. The dormitories. are under the : Constipation. invitee all kind of

who conducts! a f..rmID the vicinity olAlachna. s>7 dlate. supervision. of instructors. who make. every effort to- ImmeS{ -' conia lUII. Headache .hll oua- -

.. .... .''- to the students a spirit which leads. to high -mental. moral and jiess, colds and many other ail-
S leal development. Fine Gymnasium-Regulative and co E R. T. BUTLER .lDent. <" app"'ar when eonsti .... 'd
< ,Greea'ecld d he,I wanted. to eat gymnastics required of all students. Fine modern buildings and first' E, psted' bdw.!,*are relieved. Thed-

jj, some goplier and accordingly went la ,class equipment. Tuition free to. Florida students. No fees. 8 I A .' A ch ford ad.s oat DIsck'Draugbt the bowels Uwrotiatly in an Tetoy

., search. of, 'This was on Friday For catalogue address., T. H. TALIAFBRftO_ C. E. Ph.. D..Pre..,.... 'ALES WINES. BRANDIES and natural manner without the ;
morning, and when he did not re- j N,._: Lake City, Fla. o G'L Purging of calomel GI'other Yio- .'

jtvraon. th+ following';'day J his"good S Oil vamous wlSlStS,, *. : .

/!wife and' family. naturally .became VVVVV VVVVVVVVVV VVVVVV.ATLANTIC .WHISKIES .... ."'O'.} L real Be Tbf lure!
'alarmed, and, with'a ,few :neighbors, made by Th Chattaaeog 1Yedi,

Instituted- aearoh. After a. couple of E CIGARS AND TOBACCOS E cine Co. Sold brail druggists Is

""j,\\,hours one of the searching party .die.Ooyered COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. 25 cent and $1.00 packages.jfryfaa. r

.v Unnnan's legs! extending; from Tia_'-_.........:. .MtiWit.
:iVj:.; she e'ouDd. his body and head being SCHEDULE: I1C IFTECT KAY M,'1 M. s S Waegktle.alrklK. .. .... t
: : .u Uoe u.e ..vitawaay fw&. ...e
X :urrled. ;WIth the shovel which Green 40 taT .TAT Ifs. 21 36 I Anheuser-Buscli Beer
':.1:'had carried with him DOB amp .LTS ....... .. ....1.. ... .........mpa.-: .. ... ...... ... ... .. .. Ar 7 25 a 10 Mp : A A ataer> laaalt**. ".""IIt., .........
the earth was re. IS 'S07p L............... .: .., ...".. .......... .. ..... ..A0 22. vtsp940a'966p '_."M MM M west 4
moved. and when he:, was released '' LY-.rn-- ... ... r..PiantGr.:.. .. .......,... ....,Ar 6 Ma 91ep I OK DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED b.l.g wits.II .
r 1(1( ifta 11 27p ....r.... .... ........ .,u .. )KlMlmme.. ....:... ..II'... ... .._..Lv 404 '7.7p I L L -.ta..u.. rar dW.else, i
;from this bondage. It ,was dJaoovered 10 M a 13 Ma Ar..:.......... ... .. . .. .., Orlando.... ................. ....... .Lv S 20 a 7 lip t M_ I
that'one line 1 Ofta Ar .. : .......... Ban ford....;. ... .......... .. ...Lv 120. 112IIp I .uth..kegeaab'aePUrrxR) !
; hand waTtT fitly grasping! |la 12-lOp IWa Ar..".". .,"...".". ..".."... ..6ran Clt, Jlln"lnn... .. .. ... ... .... ...Lv 1 2ft a 6.91p O'Can only be found in Klssimmee on Broadway 0 .:.. .. ,
.gophers leg at the bottom of the hole. 1 !SOp ...... Ar.. .. ... ....... .. .DeLand; .......... .'...... ......jLv 4 Mp '
:> 411 p 450a Ar........:,.,......... ....c. 't ." '''k.: .. .....,..,.. ....... "...Lv Il clip 9 asp Street1, at the BRICK BAR BUILDING.
"' e. ,. Jt U supposed that Green attempted '460p 1110a Ar.... ,...... ........ .,JaekeonyUle........:. .......... .. ..:.Lv .16. 155 p. o O
,+U iio dig his game out of Its abode and 46' STATIONS .
7 toe Lv,..... ....... ...'..r,. ..... ..... .rl..Tampa............. ... ...:, ... ..h......Ar 10 slip N
L.... "when a sufficient quantity. of earth-had 7 4011 LY.- ..:........;... .. ... ... ..Lakeland.... ........;,.......... ... ... .. ,.....Lr sop. N' t;
'e! 4wen'extricated )h had 9 Wa Lv ........._.......:......... ..., ..,.. ..................... ... ........ ...Lv e Nip/ R. T. BUTLERfroooooooooooooeooooooooooooooooc .
gone after his 11 2Ua L....... .... ..... ...........',r...*"?.... 'Bmokevilfi. ..:;;............ ....... .. .."" y 4 Mp r i:: LAal
;'game head first, expecting to capture 11 !lOa.L... ". .......Leeabnrc....................... ........., ...'Ii.v4 >tOp 11 it
llupLv .............;".......... .Ocala .... _.I..... ........ ......... .. ...Lv stop '
-, U and pull it out.' The earth being S lop Ar..... .... ...... ......... ...,. .,OiloavIfe .....................,..... .. ... .. ..Lv 11 top
"'!soft,'gave and. the : 9 top Lv...... ... ......oa........ .,. ..Hl h Springs .... :.........".......:.... .......Lv 1 Its ., Wat/
way., man suffered e Op Lv..............,.... ....-... ...... ..LlT* Oak............. .............. ... .....rviSMSS Cry allied Mlaeral ,,
,the terrible experienoeof';being burled I 1111' LY..n..............,. ......... ,"... pont.. ......... .. .. .. ... . .. .. . .Lv S 41. Nat>r*>a Natural. .....,.'
\ !1", alive;:, It 3.'Ip.r..I.: ... ... .....W.,,,......,. .... ....i:......... ........Lr T40a
la supposed be had. been dead 40 . ' BTATI N8. KM8 W J6d690 A combination of crystals containing -: a

1. 1,*.twenty-four, ,hours.-Gainesville Sun. .. IMp Lv...;. ...;1...... ...". .......Tamua.;"",..,..,...;....,,..........ArIO p..u.. the medicinal. properties '
: 07p LV.-:.....,...,... ... .,.Plant City................ ........... .Ar (4&pr., ... Of the waters of tour noted. mireL' 1
2 TOOL Mp Ar.:......... ..p....... .. ...Lakeland .... .,....:............ ...,.Lv, Imp 1 80a t
> A, negrofrom Do TIt,'. turpentine* IWal02Tp Lv,...,...?........ ... .. .....Bartow .......r...,.,..... ,. ..Lr TfiOpeopa.i MAYNARD LUMBER Co. eral springs. Cures' Constipae
. ,.tq,. 11 Ma Lv..... ............ ..... ....Arcadia..................:.. .....:..Lv 6 ISp....... Lion, Indigestion. Stomach Kidney z
*tjll Came to town Wednesday and ...;'.t. 16He/ Ar.- ...". .......... .\Pana.Gord. ",. ............ .. ....[.1' 4 Mp.,, :. T .
;''bad''warr nt. Issued for another'mefrlro .111 I.' >- STATIONS' la
r'A :>>. '"snpL.".. ".. .....i.... ..........Tampa.v.r.... ...... ......:. .. .. ..... .... ..Ar.Lv I o. Saw "
t who attempted to shoot.,.h1r.r:1Jr.: .. 80.p Ar. .......,,......,o..v.......Vii... Thono I' 'OeG.C.rlton' was 'given 'the' warra.ntO'Il.tartec'1'out >* 'Dally Except Sendai.. I "TskEat ItItoIa 131 Days.'

7 80 a S (Op....... ...............,.. .Ind UneTarapa Ar 104 LID............. ..........1\ OOa DOp 4 .Acythhif... YoaVast.."
F ., ,'% to serve It. 'He' came a W a 6 lOp..,........,...."....Ind Line St.Petersburg LY lad Line..... ...,.. .. .... 9 Ofta 4 3SpS
f fcfcross' the a.609..A.e..A! 0 L L.8&teraburs Ar 10. a Lo...:.,.,... ,........ II eo. .:,. Now In operation. Complete house Bills Furnished. .-- '.
negro ona: turpentine ." . .. alp ........" ''''I .......;.AOLArBellalrLvA C L.......... ..... .. .. .. .. . .. 7 42a ...... Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kind.
.,.-. 'wagon and told him wantedhim.. Tbe .. f\ tYp.u..,.... .... .A terLv A C L... .... .. .J... ... ..v...''7 mta ...... A teaspoonful dissolved In 'a
.: ...., 4Hp.. ....,... ,._.... ,.".:.A O LAr DnnedlnLv AO L..... .. .. .. .. .. ...:.,.yal. .. .::. Ees'.T class of water makes a .delight
: Ii.f"'n8gro Said, "all} "IhCt but instead of ..... or IIII'.................. ...A 0 L Ar Tarpon aprlgiia Lv A 0 L.... . .. .,,,.... ,. 7 ona .. ... O : .I'EJD Olt4prr..L.-r.::: : fut and Inexpensive
t'':'. getting; ',off the,wagon I Cu JtoD'.' aide, ; b7822 82 M 86 21 7M1 asperlenw.;
_ \ a top S sop s lOp Lv Jaokaonvlll Ar 9 ooa 11 Lv MAYNARD LUMBER' Co.
BOp f/onp sosp Price S0cu off the otherside..
.. be got ,on : 10 rap a tIp 10 lea Ar'. Weyeron Lv S sop 1111&8.1Op 11 411p Ar Valdoeta ArV I ,
jfr t-: 'Carlton drew his pistol to stop such':''a' 1 Its 9.SUp. U top Ar Savannah Lv S BOa 8 405 S lOp IMaS0 Ar Tbomaiivre Y For .1..10 all '
Ar drug stores
e 2fta! 4 tOp Charleeton Lv U 1I.\a' g 2&p <* Ar Moutaom'ry LvLv x or
prove but H wouldpot'11re-a /screw, Ar Wilmington Lv 12INp Ar Birmingham L., lent by 1I1a.1I1, postage paidt' on
t :was lost. The: darkey was[.not slow 7IOp .Ar. Naahvlll* It 4.1 aLv receipt of '
7 4np I 4Sa Ar Richmond OOAa '
.v 7 9fip 11 Mia Ar Eransvllle
.\c ::to see this and drawing'his'' ", be 11 40p T lOa Ar Washington. ,V S 4Aa 1 4Sp.v .IS* Ar Chicago JLvTOOp
(covered Mr. Carlton with It, remarked 1 Wa I Ar Baltimore 1 87a 12p KAtOLA COMPANY:

.. "f'l guess X can't ICO-Ith :you, Cap,',. 4 7 OSa H. U 1 =Mtp Ar Ar rhUadelphta New Tort: t..2IIP: It 996s 6Aa 7 20 ao.a Ar Ar louUvlll fit Lout) -Lv Lv SOv gib p7Ma a Public Sale Shorthorn and' Herevford Savauah. 6s.oooooo .

-; and backed aff'' in the. w I..Wau.'cbl. .- .... 'Ar o Cincinnati Lv 11_1IpSMp ,
.,Advocate . 11 la a LT Montorom', Ar 41Tp ' .

*> '/ 't.-.t.! / ,_ .'Ar.At, N woQrlw'e Ji'2Oa/ ., Cattle. Watch for A Chill

o.\'o..re4.II ,Worina,, TBROUaii GAlt 5ERviCl.Tmlhe However slight at this Lime of 'year ,3

t T ChUJren often cry,.ndt{ from gland 9t eart7l'ultlll&D. feta ben-ee. New T.nk,Jaokaonrlll &1\4 roriTampa'i I will "'ar.' ..c,..., la Ocats'Mpt.rb.r 0, 1903 .boa fitly-bead of and. in this climate.. It Is the fqrerumer
". but from hunger;'although,:: fed abpund 41Dln .ear ".,"IN&hroulh b.tween ae"anDab and JaneT between, *weep /aek- ".....reeI aUI.klak-arad. ball. ..4 cow. .Moat .of them *r* sew U of malaria.. A disposition to
.r&ekaoJm: .
roowl .ppd W..blna1 n. POltm.aalesper tnlre 71 mr yawn,
'al1t.l The entire trouble arise from and L9 ( and New"CoaatUntWr Tkey will be .
Tek... ..,boovl1f..04 Chicago .1tboa&cha..... a tbero.gbly'ssclirat.d, ..4 'will b* a and all tired I
,inanition Wa U not asslmllateU lute Ponta Gorda torFort If yen and Intermediate landlan daily_Eo ...1... ...... trop '1'*... '. ., or soy dlteaa*, for .1''U after data an out feeling even ComeI,,.,
but "olu'e4bT worm\ A few pt Sunday. 7 a. n., retunalnlla"Y. )(78n'a. ....arrivflig Punta Oorda 4 p. m. of..... 'Aaipl' ......,* of th.; date fir',.th.' ..I. wilt s. sires .thn before the chill. Herhlneby lt. promp 'k'\
fur Wee and .......-e&eam.n lea.Port Tampa 8and&.t.Tu and Thnnday* 11 ...... ..... .k the i '
., of .Writ tor fall stimulative.
,doses White''Cream ,Vermifuge ,MrtlCBUrv.. acton' ,her liver /
Through Pullman Deepen between Port:Tampa and Mev:.Yorkvl.*. IwU.Atlantis .&Lin* on ; ,
: will cause them to 'cease ,crying and aad Honthem' Railway I J.- .. 'I- the malarial. ot
begin to thrive at once much, to Fog fulL eomplet*and wUable Information r rardlngjrmta* raMrvaUon eta call Cocat I. C. CkUMBLJSS.) 'Ocsla/PU.: I germs out :\ '

the Buprtae and,joy of the mother: ZSo .:UBS"ticket! acenu, or, 8. t,COIXUa. W..J. CBXio,JK,; Oene-al DvWonPw.oerA..ot.llyupsFls.L.nler"L.. . ., .. purifies the blood ,t6nes" I up ,tha'575M.4ter' .

Pbarmecl. .. ..., H.K.IOSB OW TraAo ,. - . .and/ restore. health. Mb >aV
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