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 25, 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: VID00091
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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"REBUS.1 . to best one essay of the will popular be a subscription magazines free and GEORGIA VAGRANT -'LAW tax of the of, law.SCO on It each will stilt be"recalled U Jetted""and' that-a. a mmmmjnmmmmmmmmm' """'""""'mmm" .

the Kissimmaa. Valley Gazette for One that the law,went Into affect only on : : f' "rv

(zen JO'b: Contested ar7Address> ; ,.* NABOOOSSZE:,* i In Brief. Vagrancy Defined. Ib.6th of'August, ,two' months-before CITY BAKERY:
tbn'and of the.fiscal the tax collectors ,
Care Valley Gazette, Klistmmee, Fla. and, the Penalty Convicted year '
andGirls have been Instructed to collect ;
for by Boys Croup Off Has JtiSf'' Rc lve4 ','a FIRe'LInR
of, the cnse. back taxes. for, the entire year a retroactive ': ,

: Under 16.. Usually begins with the smptoms ofa The vagrancy law of! Georgia, .nferoemeot that Is InflniUlj E of, Fresh. '- Cakes-' aai. Crackers."
common cold; there Is chilliness, which unfair and QO Q"-. C' -
iow guessing ..contest. are' In known as the "Calvin Law" ,; '
st the'newipt- IDee& DIf.,sore, quick has caused such a shaking, up of the "At the contention of be T. O.,A, Largest Stock'

er principally ean. of among bnlarglugthelrcirtloa. pulse, hoarseness and impededrespiration. lazy bones of that State, and has 'received the following resolution was passed: E, ChocolatT& ' Allee"wanee :
as a ) !
Numerous large prices! ire Give frequent small muoh favorable comment from0t.b "Resolved That the executive coin- lc.Cream' C, A.., N D V UneiaB'sk't.,. '
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doses of Balla d'l' Horehound .States,. is as follows: mine ol' th4t T. 0..A.. be 'authorized Wafers nUt. -

nand compete.hundreds Every of thousands. one of'thepetitors ofpie at the first sign of a croupy cough, ,"Va rants aret ___t__ ,- .)eniplay-QounseLjuidl-jmake. ..'a..test. r._:.=..,.-15od18....._._-. .-bt..TowuPresh.C ra e.."'",':' .' ",

deal apply frequently Ballard'sSnow. "\:; Persons wandering or strolling case of the occupation.tar levy of $50 C: Victoria Lunch
before I
r ascertain the ,Liniment ezternallyTo the"throat. COo about in idleness who are able to work: on turpentinestills for the year 1902-03 -
they. must secure a number proen1't.o.upportLb.m. E Wafers crackers;;
10.ed, : at Osoeola Pharmacy.. and have no \ and
under the law effeotite'July,1b03, -- ,
subscrlbera to the 'paper and ad- ""2. Persons leading: an Idle life, 5 Chocolate Ginger
immoral or profligate life who have that. the member of the T. 0: At fromJ1orlda ; Presh Brelld Cakes Cr&ck.
to ; '
the money prior learning: 111 Chicago Hoodlum*" and '. E .
them the "
no property to support pay expense. --- '
solution was correct, and it they The growing evil of hoodlumism, to are able to work and do not work. Judge; Stewart. In Volusla. county de- Vanilla- Fn' .
one of $h.1ucIr7 one which certainpolice officials "are nowdirecting .3. All persons able to work; 'having cided thai lobe State could collect only wasters, undPies'Evei7Day: Nu ;,-'
these contests'are 'now conto no property to support .him, 'and C
hUe attention, Is one which calls who have visible or" known means the pro. ratatax: of $8.33, Judge; Call. .
ed : papers published" large clt-: for thoughtful consideration. not'onlyby of a fair:, -honest np and reputable liveli ot Duval county 'decided'tbe Statecould =-= for: Steaoaa: : ,?r8it13t33'y:! ; ,r7ituLululitiuultutLLLluutuwtt1LlilututuililuuJUlIuul

It might be well for' towns that th..polios but by aU those who are bood. The term 'visible and known oqlleot only' one-half the year, :
ve promise of being large* populou.mmeroial interested In social reform and Im means. of a'fair, ho.nest ,and reputable! or J5.. 'The: Attorney.Oaneral says 1 "
centers" to introduce. the livelihood, as used In this section
provement., Throughput, the city' ,lt
the State mOBTooTleCfthe dntlr .
shair be construed to mean, reasonably .
stem! and eDlarartrom'' year to year" appears ,small gangs of boys from; ten. continuous. employment at some There It Is. All of these gentlemen c

The rebus the Valley Gazette willIs to twenty are running wild, disturbingthe lawful occupation for reasonable compensation are learned lawyers, and all of them .

er no easy.ona and will require peace s'ad ooramltXlng' : petty acts of'lawlessness. or a fixed: and regular income honest In-their' Interpretation' of ,the .
mfr study. Only boys and girls unsixteen sufficient for the -support and
'Their chief
object,seemsto '

er can. ,, compete. 'There' will be to disturb. and annoy. 'While amajorlty maintenance 3. Personi Of having such vagrant a fixed: abode. .law.,the Supreme Court will'be'asked to State Bank,"' 'Kissimmee'

"no money demanded 'for',I subscrlpno ..o* !.hem'com01I no' offenses who have no visible property to SUD- pass;:final decision. If Iii 11I law justor t
; no restrlctionjjjf any sort and serious enough to justify a.sentence to port them and who live by stealing orby not the' of Florida rJ

ie contest will- be opon until Nov:'' 2, the reform.:,school,, theymake themselves trading, or' bartering I stolen property will 'pay just the ts'xf!' wnbo operators rO mplalnt. U' ., : ,: .... ',

' 003. nuisances to the general public "'. Professional 'gamblers;living is evident Injustice, however, and tt Isbhly Offers to' Customers Every" 'FadUty
' THE REBUS; ,, and terrors children.. ,Accordingto" in Idle el'." right that the Supreme Court be

There are In Florida forty-one COU!). the police the ranks pf these youh'g "6. All abbt-bodled persons wboqul'' askedto decide' the disputed. point.GalnesvttleSun. ."- Consistent .with'gound Han gemeIit. ,
leave their
10' reporting condition of''crops: : to. malefactors are steadily-growing. -', and children homes without and the ,meansof .1 v ... .. .,,,, ',..M.,,VM, w4l"
State Department of Agriculture.ame
he The importance" of checking this om-- ,
k subsistence. 'i; ''Attention to All Business Intrasted. ,to' :c..
county showing highest averageof "Inous' development of city lifebefore "7. That all persons who are ableto Cheep Excursions ?Personal
of oranges, lemons, limes and: work und who do not work, but ...'
crop it has gone any farther should be Ob-I' $25.00-Hot Spring Ark. and return I
,t atiava, also ranking equally good v6us. Tlm7 tiifhooUum'of'( hire out their their wages/sball minor children be deemed and live and Wednesdays and! Sutur- N. B. CARSON OA.H,..... x

ith any other In pineapple.,_and rat- til In training' to be a ';criminal tomor'! upon considered vagrants. . v', days; good for Franclso..ix,4aYI.164.108..n and. .
InR high on all farm crops for,present be 18 and under return
row. In the beginning may an 8. All persons over July 31 to August 13; good returning -
',; season."TberS. 'tonest boy, with high animal! 'spbit.and 21 yearnotage able to work and who October 16. ,..
' h-one county with thousand do not work and, have no property to f ;;;1
a love of mischief, but surrounded support themand have... cot: some nf.20-To Me.iletta. Bowden Lythla -. -, .
of acres Qf land so fertile and rich It "y ku/eh/ an environment. a, that. of the I known and .i'lble'meane of 'a fair ,,Springer Lula Gainesville,. Ga., .- '

nitrogenous matter whir If. :ap1 average young hoodlum, the chances honest and reputable livelihood, and and .return good until PctobeJ'.'31.. . -

plied to ordinary sand soil, product .ire.altogether. in favor of ''his beoom- whose parents are unable tq-su..port i1S.00--Tatlulahfalle, Mineral Bluff, .. '

luxuriant crop's of 4)rn.or, A'any of thi ujf a lawbreaker and an 'enem, 'of so- them upon some and who educational are not institution.In attendance'. and return) good until October 31. 'T.HI3. j .I i
'f (numerous vegetables J: chemloal The of young "toughs" Mamoth Ky. 'J'
iety. gangs "It shall be and U hereby mad the 11,45- Cave jtnA re-

analysis wa\made some ben years ago vho loiter about the purlieus the I duty of the sheriff and constables invery t.nro'Q'ood until October' 31.- I Kissimmee IceCompany"

'..and this poll was found to have a comroerclal Pity regularly recruited'from th.1 county the police and town $61.1& MhU1 ..poU.. St.;, Paul,'Water ,
marshals other like officials in' '
value of over'ten, dbllars1 per.. .ranks of younger boys who have been I or yule Minn.and return; eood 'until
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town and city in this State to Rive '
!ton as A fertilizer ;JNAMK< : COUNTY allowed to run wild among bad asso11 Information under oath to any officer October 31. Is Now Ready: for BU811 88.' .
:There U one county. ,that has .madirth ciates.ChlcagoNews.. now empowered be law to issue'crimi and
6.0i Milwaukee return.
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coat) ample, provisions., for th. ,- ;:> ,. nal warrants of all .vagrants within $$4&,75-VWaukesha, return. UTvE TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMINOTHE, IEO. ,
and ..
*peor, the .sick, 01'_any..suffering froir A small negro boj wa." electrocuted their knowledge or' whom they ..ha..erood .. tOOkSOMadUon;( Wls.,,. and return ... of Kissimmee and contiguous territory at we are 'now"' ,timanufacturing's
-accident. It has a beautiful home fur : 'he other day in' Jacksonville; lie reason in their to suspect respective as -being, counties vagrants i good until October 31; . superior quality of Ice and solicit thetr patronage ,,
rounded by .orange"groves, furnishes i )taught bold of ,a live wire. that :led 'to towns and cities; thereupon the saidotbcer for the same At a large expense;"'''' have" equipped our' plant;,

.. lobe Attendance of a skilled.:'physiciani an arc light and was hanging. low,and shall issue a warrant for, the Cube's sew Plagn' 'wlth'the best machinery ,that money' ''could buy"and ire highly

'.nflr n, necessary 'comf rt.a. "It has oWal Instantly killed. appreben :On' of the person alleged to The unwelcome news comes from Cuba .--pleased with"the results of the''trial that .has,. been given it thU

rmore the appearance of, some retired The Tampa Monumental; Workitamps ; be before vagrant him the and said upon officer-being shall brought bind ot a new fever bating developed week, We are profoundly 1 grateful for.",the encouragement so far '

.capitalist than a public farm, yet seldom ' turning out the best grade such person over to any court of the there recently more 'fatal given ua and shall endeavor to merit continuances of your. aood'r '-:'

., has an' occupant owing' to the jf t work are n'tbeir line at moat. reasonable county having Jurisdiction in misde was yellow fever.. The disease, seems will and patronage by straight dealing, down weight ant dnt-class

(Universal prosperity of" the oltUens. meaner oases. urhave'had ,its ,origin' at Daiquiri' goods. Tickets on sale after to-rnorrow"and 'Qlo1r'prio.tiwiU; be,. ," .

After deducting auJnotenHrom the .re* a umber price.of our TbQ7".hav..turn..bed people with handsome a to"If inquire upon whether a trial suoh before person a jury sworn be a within-- the repent past: but I' 'has satisfactory.; Free delivery Jur.our own wagon or ,that of Mr'' ,J. ,

?{oeU\ >U-etf t.he farm to pay all expenses, stones to mark the last' resting place vagrant or not, the fact of .vagrancy spread to of the'Island and M. Gardner, who will: ,handle! our:product.. I" d ..
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*tt TcunUs,'or. turns Into the county nothing be established, the said' vagrant shall fears are entertained that it will reach I ." ."', ,,; .' :." ,v. -1
sixteen ,hun- 'jf their loved ones You got. be bound in sufficient security. in the been .li, ... '..t'' '" .", 1\\.'v..dO.;;' ,-IAlpn, ,
f treasury ifroin twelve to the cities. No name has yet give, "I. ,, ....' ,'''J" ,;1' ., " fn, ,' t If! t'I
work from these'gentle y5 ..
Sujt first-class : discretion of the court, for his futureindustry' " '" .
ldredbollar.annually.<< ,NAMB who have ".,t..tMJ 4l d"i, ; r. .' ..f '1' .' < P '
COUNTY: to the malady. Physicians PHoNI'101 : ttr; \ ; '
for .
and their low. They and good conduct one '" ..,. .
men prices are ., : .> ).' r iff"" :1'IIIIUlt . _. ; ../
is In this Into with it it to
There: one vlllajr* county year. Said bond shall be payable to come contract "
iutlttesentJMk; condition probably Un- 'also handle Iron fences.A the court. Upon such vagrants refusal . be more terrifying' in Its aspects than. 1'1 !' ... tl "f""H i .. l' ...t..tni.I.. .. :

known In any other place In America. To'Merchsa-ta.: .. or.r.Uun0 give such security, the dreaded'bubonic plague, It show;, ,\
the said vagrant shall be punished a| '. , .
.Quite a proportion of the ;::Inhabitants 'A correspondent at Irvington, ill., for a misdemeanor' ."* they say the worssymptoms of rare i '. ;

"re colored. Every adult negro Is a. writing' to his h6Uie papas> the AiU- "Provided That It shall be a' Sufficient yellow tever,.'black fever and spotted - - , -' . ,J ,,

land owner taxpayer; a voter,''and ley Gazelle, give some pointed fails defense to the charge of vagrancy fever and Its termination Is almost ,, ? ,,NN WNpariafr

considered by the whites..useful cit: about mall order' houses and how to under any of the provisions of i this fatal; unless It ts" taken'' In hand \lmmedlately -
act that the defendant. has made bona
lizex*. Each famllyowns and.occupies..ta'Boat keen their trade and how some iner fide effort to obtain employment at upon its appearence in a ,

cottage, liberally furnished, chants may 'hold their customer. reasonable prices tort his labor, and a person it is certainly fatal. It. is:, a .14' "

surrounded by lawnf In which you will Here IswbaJuhe tits failed to obtain tame.
see rare plants, shrubs and treesIn! merchants would- advertbetheirgoods fa test LIcenae'Tax, Law. within a few hours After death the ';

.tfcls village such .Is 'the/ morality"' of properly ,the large supply houses I 'Tbe\ur t6tfdi operators 'raised' no body of the victim turns', a' deep ,yellow ILj'' t

the people that houses are, seldom ,av much more pronounced '
would find their trade falling off in AV'la1' them'' fifty
locked, doors always open; and prop- the country district. The big depart objection to each ilttHf taxing naturally' ,being color. than In cases 'of ',.110';' lao' CI
dollars -
.erty .is secure ''There .has never _been men t stores advertise! and give prices on on that ao: effort would bepadeto teler.the; agonies.suffered by those, ,

or.. ccMtaVle or legal officer.In. the .village article while the ,.home merchyant' supposed '[ stricken with the fever are describedas GuaranteedL 't.
every ; collect tbe'tax ..tll 'the beginning -
'' ,
; ,, nor has one ever been demanded" seldom being'extremly: excruciating/ The
If'' he' advertise. at all, October
of the fiscal.year'cm :
'NAMK.VlU.Aaa, In pulse gov up to IM be respiration 'We :
quotes"prices.' "We like to read our lat.Now that the Comptrollerfnelstsupon ? 1;
In .this county Is a prominent' poll- home papers the prices for which we 001lect.i6eoth. t.x'for ,the entireyear reaches 58 and the temperMera 101 or > / .

"tlclrin: who, strange to say, I Is not de. caD'bu.If09d' from our home dealer, beginning Oct. 1st, 1903, and ends 108. In the nnahstrfgos blood, gushes J I.\j.\.
''eep lv.. He has filled many offices in together with description of the I from the; nostrils, and the high latercofistraies ,
lUll 30th 1003 .re.'he law I
'county and district to the perfect! sat- wba' Sept. the tissues of the body the i : :.
goods so that we may, know we did not. go: Into effect until August |li, I ; J X'or.Sale; : '' 11
faction of his constituents, and can' be purchase from-' 'home ,.stores. fever 1. said to be contagions and. to
fdepeuded upoji, .to' We .always, with can merchant o'nine ur times in ten 1601, the naval stores ,peopl..er7 spread with. considerable rapidity '
The home i W 1
object to the injustice B. Makinson
properly apparent
rmorallty and progress in State or nartloiiai ells his goods as cheap as tbe'same Many remedies: have been, tried but Co )
legislation.. After' "Our*Bob".Davis of and have, determined to test the liberal and frequent doses ''of quinine: J.j ,,
grade of the{ goods are sold by any law in the Supreme Court; seem to have more effect than any"
verse* a term 'or' two;' as" chief houses but' their Is : in '
the big'supply The Industrial Record, the official thing:else so far employed. This JDeeilers
executive w. hope to see' him, serving don't. know lt.; *'A merchant a matter which concerns Florida very I *
customers Of the Turpentine Operators'
.as! Governor. WHO IS THB MAN?' must -110"' think that .;.el1' his best I'organ Association refers ",too the,, ',matter as much, 'owing to-jits close proximity to I General 'HardVare SportI ';

The.general supply:of one'article customers ''are so familiar"' with' his follows in Its.last issue t: Cuba. Some'physician. { call the) dIsease ', ;
-universally demanded and absolutely : hembrhaglo.fe'ver.Jackson' rllle.Metro Goods P
goods and, prices that. be'knows..allabout "The Turpentine:,Operators' >Association t ..
'necessary to man has not beer3fdr- poolls.' ,
let it without being Informed; We was organized to protect., its ,
-nlshed to the people of ,.KUslmmee.NA cheap at home as .''we 'can "hie"aD", I "
can buy a. members. The member pays 21 Year. A Djfep.ptlo.R'H. .
MK.THK ARTICLE. 'and :'is' the 'merchants Get prices on barb wire and nails before ei :i
It '
;rhere and' baulnq erYaer6FNEW.MAiKE
any nual dues to become a part bene F.o..r : .
Solutionsor, answers' 'should:, be that 318 Si St.* Salt Lake .. _. ,
to bls-customera to' ,wnlch "
duty educate -lza'loD in
'handed notary of an 'ora' City, writes, : VI hSve. been'or . .
to the edltor.of the asa .
jQaMUe .
U the
Ink great
belief. Printers'' : Interests
:I hundreds of. men of similar indigestion* for' 21 ,0
as .possible. Besides 'namingunty'there educator. ,An :average of;about $3o0permonthissent confer;";and .--co-operate"; for mutual ;
years; tried many''doctors without relief . .
must be written desert
a fHon. 'aw. ;:from Irvington -
,. It was'only natural, therefore,
ojt Its position iu 'attractions! good.. ; recently I got a bottle of Herblne
to mall' order 'hiouset'-'ln' distantcities the Association ,a.aDorKaDb.don' .
it left to
that was tt
One bottle! cured
meul am now tapering
population- products of
.bd '
0' less than one hundred resources words. for supplies; 'the greater par to' take up' officially off oq the second. I have recommendedjlt T : ''r1jBASSI
The of which could be bought at .home as of the constitutionality of :
prlzet1 for correct answer; 'and '. . the question I to my friends; it Is curio

'.801'. u--:: : cheap.. ..- of. that section of ?the ','recently enacted i them, too." dOe, ,at. Osceola Pharmacy.- ,
Wlld.ltld. For ta'x 'Florida which .
HIM. : law in
occupation .
> -
:WU, him Fearful Odda AOMMB [ For fiat.. OLD'STAND-: : '
family around: expecting destitute Such imposes a tax''for, the'ten. months of -
BedrtddenaIOne and .
die, !apd a' o0.riding for life, 18 the fiscal year prior to the' enactment. 'lOneSmalley, No 8, drag sari and : I. .. ; : t..i; 'a'?
lei to get Dr.'King's New Dtscov in brief was "ooDdiUoa.of,' a& .oldsoildi.r two 7 foot .aw'QD. Peacockwood ;..... J.\ T.'REAVES'PROP. =' r

for Consumption Coughs and ;; !''i name of J. 3. Havens, Raised'From the D..d. splitter, 62 Inch' fly wheel,' 4' Inch J' ; I... .:... '... ,. ., _w'!,'.I\ ".
ida, W. H. ,,Brown,' of Leesvllle, Venalles.O. For was troubled axle; one Peacook'wood splitter complete '1"I; : ',,j : , ,e '.3. ,. t}, r-j", ... _" } t_ .-

endured tiVr Landls "Porter! ,for the -shafting,' pulleys and connections 4 ... +4..
death's agonies from'.- with Kidney disease atd nelr.ber'I I doctors .,-wv-rf.V. '* : 'iV ...V .. r'
all new and used but 'littlo.- ;:
a; but. this 'wonderful: him relief At Oriental Hot.el" Chanute, Kan.,.-says: ; '
medicine *
nor medicine gave klad e'' nptMnV butilthe Beef
guaranteed to split Handles treit
'Instant. Splitters any > ; ; rk'&md'Muttornthat'the '" : ,
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reHef'and It -wastosuffer' withneuratEfardeed :
cured what
soon, lengthhe tried Eleotrlc BI""' '''.' It put I'l know of wood,The lot Is offered at about '
He writes: ."..I now soundly ; :: : \ market ..affords.: ; Orders,:solkited
sleep him onhls4eet; la short order and now I did, andIgot. a .bot 50 per cent ot its value.. If Interestedommunloate .. "
1 nlghfU-V; ;Like marvelous cures rand with Vallet Gazette : ; .
he t.. t.W8II. '"I'm oB.tb road'' to complete 1 tie of Ballard's Snow' Liniment the I .. ,
? ''
: Consumption, Pneumonia, Brontis. the dead,!' 'I triestoget '
1 'rale d.trom .
earth for. w" '
recover; .Best on
; Hall of
fewdays 'a ,
; Cough Colds and Grip' provematchless1 more but before I bad 'de; .A o'MrsvE F. ;
troubles and. all : seine :
merit Liver and. .Kidney, this plat e received as a t coin \
for and present' t
aUMTnrO t cured
'I .
bottle was entirely .
Dg dt.1-eUbl..i 'tluarsnteedbottler formsof, Stomachh aod' :Spwel:,Com. posed.'' of''I arn.telQ'd.\ W,"' 25c, her son la Cuba a beautiful and costly 'TERMSi: '.CASH.: .. Co :PHONE'et. 1.:,., :

aD '! 'bottle. f"'M plaints; Only 60o. Guarsuteeda''by. 'baraiacyr' '' ',Spanish>mantilla., t'is'msde.of, : .. ..- -.. .! .. t'f' : ;. -, /
snd\.f Lat Osceola;
.o eoi l.Osceolsi,Pharmocy., fin( ; the finest silk: and is highly! pry, Ii. . ., ,..... .,..,.. .
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oar river towns. The "button are 'met with astounding soeee... A 4ft'o.! HI* Harvest Moon." ,
sawed ont of the shell,, and! In this tain Charles Reed of Prairie da Cblen, "A ',ounlf.l..nd\ of mind, said Sannr -

rough' form are cent East 'to be till'5J1ere baa clammed for several years. lIe I SttfrdvW.. Baly| according to.

,' -, ) | e aonm fifty taYtorMtoBn never fouanl wy/hlnf! that brought.iilia-\: lie-! I tfraore; t.-"married. not

"-,. a ictu> eau ry, a t i 's p iipp1 |{/employ0ir, : ) more tha\ $100 yet,'ln.t ten",of being, J .ago, k prbman of, fifty year She +t
: ben 11 '..nar r4lllitd.r tbe poor ,dl'"f"# ;l TMf.yf ata. ) ajfoNlie.;snow ni rich and ugly;, he'was handsome

: \ .. stllfjlst! Doi'olJl1 Clr indegenefrnijy'tilclijg f .K ,- !bC.l f.Ttro'ritqi;/ l..cbuntaon;' *"*and poor. K h
pleasure lie must rise with the sun A greot eaT depends on the nhrewd--' getting 125,000: horsepower frow i "Tbe'aT) after their'weddingI' met 4
jttONGI the upper MississippiaBdaome morning and'rowa up to the' bed that J be aa buss on'a Ix-nver all day. In nil 'ness or- the finder in EettlfifiTwtmt .hi* Niagara Falls, although Ita alstance fie bride and brldecroom on' a Full- 1

of Its, tributaries Ive desires_ to work, keeping'close to tiled It Info otrtventhrr dolng i fdl 1 Itt;..Wipt,.tllt(l I 'p-ail.! ( \Yortl.ltl .All/ j1n ...pre UHiinllyllp.oWd from.Ihj greq.t. attactJa .. air, tie'> vcrtff tsher la again j shore and out of 'the current; aa much'j j linra worW: Ilk liitndA.arV'cohtMaAtlCL..V.M. / <<< or 1iD ,tfine poi within a few, The 'electric'"turrent* to be carried room 'went1-Into tbe'' amoklut''como''

1 _I.awkiag ilia tlmxitlaa:;. ,. .s-pswslMer..yheir1 he Wrrl_-_t'a
In 'the winter time tbe , i taken from the river. rear I buyer ting plant, which wjltbe' constructedon lie !amo1??gloomll/i' ? JJe was aileat

't ta&J 'Ul ''t\.f.t\;. r.rtltu.;; ak1 nreVi-pn;tanO'l! <4.r'"irt' f'V; rly'V, UfUurIr, the Canadian .bide by cables, supported a lon1 while ' J ithl ,
launches, and the l&lnute that a pearl on a' double-jwle! JIne. -Well. Jack' I sald,'ao' 1* your
h.. lone..a the. t aJ1cJmpz; O eryburwha I Is ,,found'n buyer lg'on fiond. Often. honeymoon, eh?

w' cnnnotacncontagion e :rlylule! wltl 111 ;little JijdJclou l lying ,abey stet; A ainguiar prope try '
w iIc11Qiom a '_y tits qa'ialr' able to get$ 'fluo pe'arlM for ,!n. fraction, spread upon glass, boa lately been n!* honoymeon,'. be Wld., '1t'i the harvest
skin and the return of the pearlfls'b1ngaeaeou. of tbt'lr' vahme. 'On'''('atlle 1. 'recorded, pcrlinented with by the Kretch: chew :noon' with me..* '' '. '
:: OccasiouaIAtaleiTne! ; es where of jlliee 43tyotka.bought; of "t
one a \blck
let, Cnllletet. When a vaji r 77 v l*"*****
bl.-.orll'9.t,; how Home auddcti'teealtb r"nPWtCOI"tr# ,, jWiyt tor $.1. bnvli'K{' / "'t-ortvlnced the strong glue that .ban been allowed to. RETIRED-
thigh. has nltulncd -by FROM
clammer! that vnlue.s Inn dry. -gla.. surface la detached CIRCULATION
des overhIt t""'berew "lIf11rt. "'nd few days the i buyer hnd 1 disposed of: It carries upon off scales and leaves designs "What'Is your',-name '" Inquired>>>.:,- ot farm IttSLecowrp' t. the! snrao pearl for $120J.-( .NewyYorle, :. resembling those of, frost on ,a win Justice. .
all at once a elavlsb"drud ery,.. A''dnyIcter.'tbe Tribune. Polished .marble and, ';Pete Smith.", ponded' the "ri-

), J :: ,former. -- r--la.. off A.4-for .the.... Giant- sTWOLEGGED. quarts dow-pane.,are similarly attacked. With grant /.
bedJ occupation
= .. glue .containing sis per cent Of alum ? coaflnued the
Hundred of pearl fishers aloe "
; .Conte Monsieur'Cailletet produced five designs , J ,
trod rIver, towns where .they I have --" -". "ph.nothlng! much
....... in texture' .at-'present'Just
resembling mon
.. Ai\laai Which 'A ; r
Vromhol: Cot
lived R aprecarlous Life through the winter ... to of3 and clrcutatln round > '
and nitrate
.. fnniU.'having spent little they f 4 'rI -" Without. Its forelegs. Iiyposnl) bite of soda
'hilt. adL
-4 >N' : chlorate of potash added the glut "Retired from Circulation for' tbir.ty '
earned the foregoing yeir'are, eager La' :Nature an "''exceedingly trustworthy The sluewhile 'days,"' pronounced the .court 4 4Oreen
back to Cljdi.. .1Uk.:; lint-naivaN41JYi'.nltt. lSri: ldlNli. / produce analogous effects dryly
to get the : .
dnmllto4914tIhel! : '
1.> p French; publication hoatbgj'olloWlng powerful Dag. r
drying ex..lL..JL.
earliest MftnJ of thaw Men who .
a In '
n 'recent Issue: Last month
Lave families aa.a general tiling, tyke. slrabte ;,pot(he rown out Into the mddle'ot t'eri-fliut4la l>ack' acquires n crook" thatIt there was Lord at Havre n horse which- mechanical strain. S
"timely* -VCTrand| blldrl'nI) with Uiem.bpn the IIt1't>Rr I' and drops one of the tak'lI'monUI.. ,to-#et rid "!>f.' ills ATTORNEY DEAD. ;

Wb the'sensonrthereforerl'a; fully .drnga'.) to- "which''the hooks-- iR-e .*ttaclieJ food is cooked o''er fire, and 1 ..... .,, ,-...,....,.,... Count Zeppelin ,vlaose't'lpel'loeot; of
In the Collection
: aiid -fast l oiitby : It cooked 07'' V"i'rva4, r'1' hlw. rrr'al'"h with a gIgantlc..nlMfUIr> over the
opened 'many of these /communities makes It to the > often when1 rain,. Is'not nt Yell ,,,
along the'' river of '''VI,,<'On.ln nnd ',m wins of a long strong'roi>e. Ha nil. 'lie IN forced *-o lathe in the muddy p rN MA, re r b"r, ,} Cya4r3t I N,I 1. e brk of Constance 'nttrllct('><1 ,worldwide-. Claim for Nearly who" Forty for" Upward yearn of K

Iowa are 'prnctlcally, deserted. .rbl"* then ...places tbe;"JDule'"-'ln the whirr I'lrervntf'r., nnd foini'tlmes must. even tentlon'n few years ago has deviseda OoL GUburl Moyen the collection"
I to fort we engaged la
1* fortune1: 1 l rklHf>lrftlH1urbld1w t"rs, 'ldmbueh'a'poattton'that' it will Mitch ill-Ink It. Itotvliif a heavy boat against HCVfl form of propellers Intended launches. of war year claims agaiuat the Government and ti
which the' force of the and pull the current of tour ntt"botirtaxes drive light-draft boats and
r and the crowd rushes thither current n .inle ; the wal r.Zeppelin's wbo' nj"f ed the distinction of Iwlng at the
r bas touch of the nervous anxiety of Jm"down' the river. The clnmaierwaltsitintl the endurance of the- best; lifting nut Instead of operating In aced head ">/ this particular line of praatlo. air

adventurers; which'' Jlock4'' ."' ,')_newer| :hue-,tlllnks.Jievbns enough'claiiia henry drag landed with clam shellsnil ( propellers like those dvpnrtud this life June 13 at WaahlnRoa.D. .
0 .""dlscovcreil gotd field '" oil' hi*' liook .'and then," tllkhll day is not easy; pulling, aweatlng to drive balloons rotate.:;in| th- ntmos-- O. 1 D a recent Interview at their offloeela f;

,. .ThJf pearl fisher with R"tlimlly'tooD the ",ullle" from thojjtvnter$ tie lifts j mid ..trying;; to pull f be drug off from a +t al pliere. They tire specially' Intendedfor Wiwhlngton Attorney. I. M. doyen and
finds'd Iifcni.Jienr)'lW'jc'lnJn' ',beds4 He idle! bar trolQ the bottom'into tbe' boat. I I snag Is not conducive of good morals. + Use in very "ball ,v XViiters.. and O. F. Contaul, formerly associated wilt Pr
a eitherpltebeapeikttttperiTer'pedge MiHnciidfl Jfi; pa the ctancbloiia and ,. The hardships are real and tbe returns In tropical river which contain 110 him stajLeA.tliat continuing the
'' nourfe-iioat.: other "drag" In the stream. : many aquatic --plants that tbe Propel, vigorous prosmmllon-ot all, 'claim! placed $'
or rig.,.* tip'a In'nrjy cn''c.Jt. plncea the / uncertain and every one who tries It "
the Into the I, > 8.r lar' of nn ordinary boat .becemoa ID Col. Mojrer1 hand., as wall *. of new ,
l Is a'mlpeJ'nlllo.llnbltntloll; visited nt He drops "mule" water i ift for n "eaa n. la apt to wonder If the
k all hours ot the day: and nl:;lIt by *; nln. and while he Is taking the II I game Is worth the candle .r rn. '"f 0, clogged/ with tbt'ui.' ISonta liavlne: wry owes, and report that the rrocpeot for the 'J

moaquitoe. which, would!. (drive. >!vrn a from' ,the ,first ,"drp"" ,*' the d1111'1.1 I I In the! early days of clam toning the t M r rtlh' slight draft can be ktn'imed along collection! of all euoh claims! for storey aadsupplied
i i iI .. ,1 }'T'1' ? Yr + Id" with such propellers at the rate of rent and eu>ttolL,w.* never brightertbaa
at and tiiat earnest by
e several mile flu hour. present fl't
I claimant and their attorney during the ;
r ... .. .. . red ,
w NI .. ; " I By taking -mlvantaue of the diffraction nest few year should ru.alt la large number -

-J Two_ Lrtaaall Items disks formed by the waves of light of thcee' cUlun being Uoeeeifully ,,':
prosecuted to collection.The ...4
about bright points. Mrmrs. SlcuVn- ..

I ,,rn, present the singular-*(condlllon of IMV- topf and Zsljrmondy have produced character.ketcbea of
lug deprived of its :our Il'"he/ with a microscope, "a magnifying!
shoulder lire clearly\ appnrune! under power of TiO.OOO diameter, and If I 114 Seumas MacManui are not biting only 4

t t, 1, wv' k.F' thoklii, but the remainder of the legs estimated that the nmf' method inny amusing The tale called "How Miss :

u_ ,rd@ a? $ 1S 1' t r' are want IIJr. Thin foul was boru with acre n power of, 150.0OO dlanu-tern.. Turklngton Did Not See Queen Vlcto- ;
r > t .y r ;iF 1H 4 1' yr ; the Physical characteristics of n kangaroo Tbo objects experimented wHh! wye:!: ria," which appear In the rieptemberI.lpplncott :'

but.wltli less to coimol It,, luo J particles of gold, which nluiowt"nji- l la one of his sweetest and ,

the latter hall Legs In' front tvbtrh. proach: the MluuteheKs of molecules. funniest bits. of. native drawing.
; while small and tlioit are better hUll disseminated(.J through/ ruby gtami.. '"

none. at All.. which rcpri> ;ents the oondltlnu which were rendered virtually visible
Oi* the foal. I by means of their diffraction disks-

The font U.VOP.V h'n'tby' and olitalnn Mint In to nay tbe" disks being een. \

its food from n goat tt.l'r .al'pal''utJy the pnrtlclcs could be counted and ...
11t'1"' no reason to believe that It i"liall their true size determined, although ".
not live nii'l learn to do entirely without they were not themselves visible Independent
the 1uNuh'rl of which It II.h -klJlI:. of the djitlcs. .
"a r t'Ir
lTMf \Vo onto caw n email duo'. wbo!>e hi ml .

legs were lulsuln/c.. / but thin did not pr<.. The project of climbing! time !lo.IIss! l- +

? vent-tt=-from-'Avalkliij; amid running on mountain on the t'arth.Ioullt Everest!

6! Its front legs' elevating the Eras IMUtlou "*-" hL the Himalayan. whose JA:+'nmendous, a
of the body lu.. -lIe air. Thin! animal head rises according to'' trigonometrical ,rI I

______ ran easily and lightly even .!it; I mcasuremfriU. 23.O02: feet nbovwseolevcl. a
sanding! and awccudlnif tUghlK of !stairs' has, now reached a since/ Immediately
without dlttlciilty. We may thus lio- antecedent to the actual' at VJ

lleve that the Havre foal will u'dnpt tempt. A party, led by Mr. EcJiC't,
Itself to Its K'tnatlon niid that ,It wll stein, an experienced climber ban setout
'-qul 'kl1'1t'I1.Mr10 be-arblpeil. lleceiitl/ for tbe toot of the great! peak. t.

the Jiinlln des riantes contained a' ;Several celebrated mountain-climbers ,
t goat; which posnesBed' froht -lUmlie! (; ; have expressed the opinion that the

STEAMING Tilt CLAMJCIItt OPENS HIS SItl . ,1,, but it sueceedeL In accoiniuoJirtlug"''itself I".feat !la feasible lut only by the method ', Miss Gannon Sec'y Detroit' ,1' '
> to It* defects. t , ot .gradual.uoceiit, whereby tbe ndveutureYs ,
I 1
: i 1 l r Art Association tells
become Inured to the effects .
;f'' "J rseyinao frantic; and filled frequently filtlng' up. In this way be goes as far perfect Jlt'arlVa.. the only one marketable may .
',with the mlaima' which breeds j down the stream ns be desires, provided ,, while now-all sizes and shores Cut From One ., ; ;. < ,, ;.. of a rare atirfonphere., Month. young women what to do to
malaria e, i be does not .made-Use of. .- and even years may bo spent .In ascending avoid pain and caused
catch a .no;: nre AVhoa he fermatlon Piece of Wood. suffering
m f ''rHavlifg tunacared for'tbe domestic The pearlseeker usually 'works on Is round or partly round It .. to higher and higher levels, by female; troubles. ,
'or' .ochll side iof ,lIfe, the,pearl fisher the river-.the'inoralusr and spendsthe the name of pearl. One which I I. perfect a long pause being made after everyconsiderable "I can

equips himself for business. If be has afternoon, in camp boiling out" ,! side the other being flat advance. The highest Ii conscientiously l' recommend
-t.. ..ulTae.H ascent now'ou record Is that of Acou Lydia lnkham'. Vegetable ;
;. ? fished for pearls before he know that This Is the process by which the pearls Js termed a button .pearl. Buttons are Compound to those of my sister { ,
In the Andes, the elevfatlon of
be cannot depend Alone..on.tbepe! foundling : are found, the shell cleaned aifil made divided Into "bayatackp"amtand "turile- cagun. suffering with female weakness and ,'
,,' '&, of-fortune for' a livelihood. The"y ready for market. A tank-constructed backs," according to the height of the which Is 23.08O feet, C022 feet or more the. troubles which ao often befall ,,"
only .practical jivay' for 'Win.i* .to>dig of planks with metal_ bottom la used projection above the flat surface. By than a mile less than the- height of women.: I Buffered for months with

;'t P ) clams and sell their shells, and as for.ihlspurpose and the clams are far the greater nuinbcr'of.pea ria are of Everest.Tba,.- general weakness and felt ao weary ;
' ----- --- that I had
,('. \'b. tort over the bivalves tlejtan )keep placed In, it with about enough prater this variety. There are also numerous Athlet. aad HI Stomach. had 'hard worlt to keep up.. I '
.hl eye out for elpulj-qj pearl. He to cover, the bottom.:' 'Then the'wbole Imperfections that are distinguished miserable.shooting1 Jo pain. and waa.utterly 1
Probably the moat Important consideration my distress I wag advised :
.1'mat, go through aA whole Reason'and la covered with .boards -'a blanket. '
or by various name, as "blrdseyes. reerring i1\ for al athlete In training to use Lydia 12. I'lnlcham'
only discover a few "dead ogee/":.which A'firerls built underneath the tank and f to 'little projection on the best H writes Harry Beotdslcy In I.e.IIc's Vegetable Compound and it was .

'Ik. Ulfaae I nr ot a sods the clam steamed boiled nntll they surface of tbe pearl flint seems to bo Weekly, is tbe condition of his a red letter day to ma when I took the'first
,.FtIt.orTblea31: t InanC.; "turtle are so thoroughly cooked that the meat the finishing oil place that the clam baa MP atoinach. The quantity and quality of dose, tor at that time ray restora
: ( 'le and worth will ou't ot''' the shell. k9 tion In alb
.. .. drop Contraryto left unsnioothed. "Ring aroundg" are food and the regularity of meals and began. week. I waa achanged
,;: ; the general belief this does not In. those with h dark, or discolored ring woman, Perfectly well in
'>*>' Bleep are all carefully watched because
:. .work' 1* done ttom'a" scow jure the pearl, for the reason that It appearing on the surface. "Straw. every respect. Ielt ao elated and
shaped boat whl< h l 1rhls;:. ''Itb: :the lu protected by the shell of,the chant berries" are pearls that bare a large It Is necessary for the stomach happy that I want all '' women who
to 'be In perfect running-order If the suffer to get well aa I' did." MIM 'm'>'
f ,current, 'dragging over the' bottom a and la i flue exposed to-the: direct heat. number of' minute projections on the Oirova
athlete 'Would make the moat ot his O.4MXOV, 158 Jones St. Detroit,
:I of hooka.;;on which the The"cooking'require* an hour or two. surface, and when of high lustre are Corresponding Mich.
t ,,dg mt'pe1' Q.'la 'hooksar0 on,lsi* rt wad when-It I* finished tberelams are exceedingly pretty. These name are ))oWf'rl. For this Important organ at. Art Auoclatlon.-&OOO,,."

,atflngs,'' or, c alns? add artf' attached shoveled on to sorting table where supplemented by a great number ofothersthat fecta-the nervous and system as well as deer Mt?_..f,....,1...__...<..< I'.1
tue .
muscles the.nervea and head
stes' by aIde on a long bar or gas pipe. the search for pearls 1* made!, and tbe vary In the different local. It'- *-clearly shown In' thisounR
.. have aa much to do with
"y p ere are two of these bar., which are shells graded and placed In bins. Thle ities. n lad jr. letter that Lydia B.
.r kit: on stanchions, on either aide of work Is extremely disagreeable and if 'A perfect pearl Is.;of course round; xacejjm:: the sinews.There is danger/ inkbara'a Vegetable Compound J

the ..boat. By mean of a. ''"mule" It were not for the fact that'tbcre I* a but even then 1$ must be of fair size In evereatfqg aailhere la in Insufficientnourishment will surely cure the .nf '
,. lcb consist* of a frame covered '' : tbe trainers says; be. women j and when consGler.
J possibility. of' finding' something,valuable and good color td be of any value. Here are two varieties of cha'; '" one ,
'placed cause while the latter may weaken! a that Miss Gannon' letter
r. be la only
canyon It would
pertleajlytnrir the a drudgerylherelire'some.
great ;; One size of
the. an
ordinary pealsworth '
each of which la Mnt out of oneof
man; the former produces dullness and one of. hundreds which hare the
wjter: aid! which .fcjs 'as .ih bn< / fifty"varlelleq of nearly. If not quite .$:me>, The
MlCJljetllammer'obtains wood. .They were made by inertia. "A man with his stomach great virtu. of Mrs. Pifakham'a medicine
t enough sheila, most of which are 'valuable. color that I Sa most sought after and lathe must be Mr-ilttoi
Clay of ;.Fernwood. Pa., who U full" said Trainer br all.
:;: :. "intetlve-power to propel his boat.ood The largest shells or "washboards," Illrshburg. at
t most valuable Is the! pnre white of IntT-ft ye years old.An .
1, 4.t the book over the bottom.: 'The are too brittle to be worth anythingfor the! dewdrop transparency Columbia University, hnsn't the clean. mu

,I' f1 1'dpih lie wJth their tray toward the commercial; purposes., :The smaller ; A pesrl.i built In layers the same quick nerve force that nn athlete must
,, ,r eurrehttio'tbaI>> ? l tleyf' catcb food shells' are' all' sood'r for pearl button.* ns the shell. It_Js this fact which Anti-Tipping League. I bare. to get tbe most out of his muscle '

J i 6 particles that come floating 'toward 1.and ..bring the clammer f 1$ to $20-a gives l'IaIO'to the popular Idea that its *. ._ r
them.,, When the hooks enter, thrtfis. 'inh.}.,: .Nile shell buyer come with formation- Is caused by
some foreign
O ld>mlth OB ale .
a m uths'the clams Immediately abut' barge and toke the ihells, at the substance getting Into the clam and connection with I
'the sale of a
.{' r. ::4a..vb' on'. them'_ and, bang_ 'on likes! ao. 'camps.Verjf. often artearaboat.i*,,sall-.. thereby canning; it to coat the offensive portrait of John Harris. publisher and
...... ' .. particle with mother or pearl. These bookseller of The Bible and Crown."

.. coatings may; be. peeled off.' and vary tbe Westminster Qasette says: Harris J

often a dead surface conceal a splendid was eyewitness of tbe affray which

t"Slt 1jr r 'f as ,3 u ts surface underneath, fevernl men took place In 1773 between Oliver /

7 In the river towns make a business of Goldsmith and Evans the publisher ot fat eearll d 1

"peeling; pearls" and do a thriving; the London Packet, In respect of alibel.

+ I .1 business fitif. as hearlI'_enrT one who .- -The incident Is somewhat 0 D aOlf IMa ...
; finds a pt'arlI1t'lIen'a or'hopes that. the quaintly described In the London

f f 1 poor part 1* all on the surface. Chronicle March 27-30. 1773: thus: eftatWWoLOflMIII't

,, Very,i oftf'o'' the question asked: '"Df. Goldsmith, supposing himself Look for UM An of th. bk.n

: "How much 1* tbe.. largest fresh water Ill-treated'by a letter in the Ix>ndon UM Mss TOWCI M tht button

pearl worth?, and what 1*. It* slier Packet wept to the person's:: shop 'who .mi.aaar.swr.s ,'ice
The! largest one ever found,was about I published it. and struck him on the

__ 1j three-quarter "of,an Inch ,In diameter '' back with/ his' cane A scuffle ensued. I'
p t--$" j and perfectly! round and. weighed 120 -." 'I',1J' I and the publisher made uncommon Cross
( grains A apot on. one side was its' Chicago baaetartce. : an antl-tlnilng/ ..000.e of bla nslls, and wan at length I ; :

only.Imperfectlon." It was .found by a league/: which to a certain extent lathe knocked down, 11. then arpse, seized ,
--4 > T -a-- man named Ferguson and sold by him result, of ltlew; ltera' strike. The t stool and attacked bin antagonist, I Poor man 1 Hevcan't, help ft:|
.' the same day for flTBO. Laterit was motto, ot ,the Association 1 U: '"1 will till, some people coning/ In, they were I: He gets bilious. He needs a
,. sold by the buyer for 91O.OOOTbe, not Up.. .aDd the of Thus -
sign membership parted. ended the contest l between -' good liver pill.;...A yer's 'PiH.r|
0tt' finest pearl ever found was one ot'sevduty' 1 1TheY'lact
a button with the letters "A. T. the of
IMla son literature
'BOAT loUd12i: ANt>'' (OLAMMINU," OUTFIT.! and the
: '.. 'Y nu _. p'aJoa'and: brought thefinder: pictured above: j jIn publisher the latter of, whom bear directly on the liver
$000.'. It la now held
-71. TT -' by a.Jewelry.flnn
4 Uiany, iteel trap*. 'On.: oay*:when' thewate ing down the, river/pushing( ..eretibarge. i for >$ FInd.' of.:*hl*- character ,the' United States'nearly thirteen jj.i' haa"black eye and" the author a scratched ] cure biliousness. I'wowalwxrWant

(l* inuddy after' a .hard rain-'the ..,eact pt which eo>>'taln.Ja th t are rare, however, and men> "e fished of every 10.000 Inhabitants are study V"!.' aiBI W BaevtlMBWM' SMM aiMB BM H beard j I

ft "' ; da ,.atR;:;derLlltli)p the; btte" netgbborboed'of"flve'bundred'tOnsaoclam : t for year* and'never found a'aDrlIae lug, at colleges x>f.'university atatua., There are more wreck In the Baltic your moustache or

,p 1rM1)l If .bel.... .JTbese. shell are mad I pearl.; OUfer that have,workedln the The uumber-In Ure t nr'llala It less :",Sea than In ;any other place I a beautiful brown or rkb blackUHBUCKINGHAM'S '

of ','Jlaystdtll4lPestapaaKl'' :" 'j :. .u't',1 J>i.(they . ,..inxo"pearl, butjtona ii,''factorle at flit.. "'.same" manner 'and the same"place"have. than flve.1, .. The 'arena* ,|Ia ,one wreck In ti'e'world. a' '! ; ;DY
. ,/ 'y 1 day throughout. the year .. .
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.. .. ,
'. SUFFERED FOR FIFTEEN 'YfARS. cariA'.r" Your ,it eeka'.- t.! ', -rrIn"uotbtot ,
( JIIJIIIj, 'B .Capbt.lllGw.e.AS.kirs. ..".-". '.,' I""",":, lrlt.trit.rthat4.tlieb. T UII-DEs1RoYS1BEIIDDYS:: Avery & Csmfly.
: P. 'Braaselwfe of .Pwnaeld i in Um. saves nlne'l: Uxan la tbe car of ..
f _. .. < ... I ,.{ I JJOJ'HWi llif' \ II H. A, ,: ,,,, It
.1 ltock'd.aldrreadenee,, ; 3111' Grand yourrgoo&gileods"ttlM'booY4 v; W H ,llfdTJ: S-AVB*V MJtr>nLtM ::. *"

..;,HUjp Ave ,JRterett.- ., Wash"For1'II" :..;. f them an4 as soon as signs bfoUage Wkavage4 Wa; 'Misruble"-CoWdtlotStndU i : : 7ir' W"%. -M S..etr ..CW8)'.l..., A......... Oa

:!oW j .. fifteen pears I auf W 4dto //app Mindo> yon ( eej '* -A1.1. KINO OFMACHINERY-
ered with "terrible :4)fJUnte// tat m ht .1" :

'. .- :pose, .h,'JDT back.Iexperimented well b* fiwt4fbll beffi' jpriehold.Tlt )It .Pe-ru-na. 'Cured.,'I gttan[ n ,JiII with ? \ .. .. ....,. ".. a
Tfunga vp. ) that the ul elte ; 1
The tiroes, may be ever so bard, "*"> doctor*", arid madly* TflrstJaW-t-the timely assistance that >- .

M And the corn fields feared and brewers. J' }finer, \but eotjlttl wlp tfotoBf life and service. You will .Pei'ttells'Mays 'w
But there's always plenty of money; If any relief, t 'aa d %"'
When the circus comes to town find the equipment or such a hospital !i; Catarrh and Don't I

tually believe ,tfr 'vi si simple matter and not expensive. !
And the croakers walk the atresttlWith aching in my back \ Know, It
their jws mal hanginpdew' arid 'through the You will need of gb ,

i' But there ....'t..n,. gloom in sight wor.. 'dupaper, rtrtpe! oe .. ;- ""'- --- --
i groin became ;
When tb.. -chew gone s to t.wn.CUlesgo . h know lu water'coloysitranrau-tift: L.u d' 1, Mr.Junes M..Powell,en'Troos
> : ? '- Tribun did not whatit .
? was to enjoy t paper, And"sota.. Wit these\ 4 street, Kansas Cltyt d

Laa4.cI. night's rest and | )'ou.may, easily graduate Into.a comps, Mo., Viee grand of I. 0'.
""Wh. 1.-1alJd"'?" in the morning/ tent book surgeon. ;Torn-leaves can 0.Y.eof CherryvUh, Xaa.,. i..

'That' part of the el be- which It. ..feeling tired and Tin-. be straightened backs )$an. be reinforced 'writear"' e

above waters"* 1 -., :. refreshed. My sutferinge'sometimee ---"-- ,-missing pages renlflced!: copy .Aboat tour yeart mgolsuffered -- HBBWsskSMW i 11 i r-T awj

"No; that-I 1 I. only dry Jag.-New: was simply Indescribable. Ing the text from anaftHi| volume. w/th torero cm Reliable, KrlcK'* Engines.' Ro1tsY'1' all
bladder which
tmrrh of the ,
Xork\XJnlver8Uj'rrrlangle. ."';''f inanity'' saw Doau's Kidney ' Thus many a good boo -f..cued from caused coaOmued Irritmttoa ftlzes. Whut.p.tato's;

-- . 's advertised and got a box: early dissolution maygVanSiQ an honored mod pain' I was mltenble:

nar :Ma Cbol..: .... . After SL few doses I told my husband' "and t-seful 'old lace. 'Rememberthat matt could not stand tip or.

.hat: I.was. feeling much.better and : a book. of goodflctloA Is 1,8J40'\n\ 1 walk tor .may length'oftlme } u

.. that the pills were'doing me good. Uka a lump of'chalk'thechalk; ,; is useful 1 > .without* extreme t,
.... .
.rln..nd'paJ ,I began
When t finished that box 1 felt like a down to the>last .fragment, but a ,
mod it
taking Perunm
.. different woman. I didn't'stop at boo{ rather'resembles a soap bubble
L tre : greatly relieved me,and In
that; 'though. I continued tho i treatment being often destroyed by.the first In- .
: eleven week I wet com
until t bad taken Ave boxes. jury,-From Books and Reading in 'the,:.plelely cared mud felt like I BEST #WPROVED snti1LL'o,' ,. EAR

There was no rec'rT'lJce until a week Sept.em bin-.St. Nicholas.For m new ..a."-.Jarnet M. Uarge Engines and Rollers applied.
.ago., when 1 began to feel mlscrabia PowelL'"undreda.r promptly Shingle Mills; Cent' Mills, ': '

again., I bought another box and Circular'1.thPat.nt'Do": .,'
the Famlly.Fur*. Spent
: three days' treatment restored me to Steam Governors. Full'' |line! Cnglnee A.
When for the Drat time. small Kalh- la Vain.
health. Donn's Kidney rills act very
,.+- Mill Supplies send. for free Catalogue..
eQecUvely'very( promptly, rtlIcve'tb erlne wlt'ne e
aching pains' 'and all, pther annoying very much surprised. Almost without Sheridan,Ind., writes' | .

difficulties.. ;J. have recommended warning, large, whiteglobules-< fell , *Two years 'ago-I' was 'a JAMES M. POWELL. :. SAW '

; them to many p'eopleand will'do, so pelting own out'of the-eky AitonUn- slok man. Catarrh had Sets a. I Mlblso..r.Le&IID. ,
.. ... .. .. ..
: -- with .....'. Ii
; when opportunities present >{them ed, Katherine, who was ort-ot-doort, tied in ui. ptuvio organs _

.h-- "L\1f.1.... ....... ...,.- .L selves.'. ". JV ,*d oaf ito time In getting under.cover., i 'maktng life a-burden. and giving me because it cares catarrh wherever lox< '- ear i>,,.k-.Klns Slmultan.ou.fl.Workaand; Variable! Feed Works are tile'nnea-H

A mesa: TRIAL of' this great kidney: J ""Oh mammal" she exclaimed,.rushIng little hope. of recovery.. I, spent hundreds cated/' No other systemlo; catarrh remedy soiled for AtaoaAov.Ikrlar'T. DOTUSILrrr fnu- ,
a 'pedestilau MissWalkerr' i ororEBATin* Writs/or
"You're quite: aitD..a
medicine which Mrs. ,Bnjmrel: of In medicine which did as > been'devised.' Insist
""" ' -cured. Into the house; "come quick. It's dollars bas yet desert" piv.rtnnl.rn.M.nufsetoeedbythe:
4x scelh<, .. onlxde.cent gown will 'be mailed to any part foftn* .raining mothballs."-September.. ,L'p: :me no good 1 was persuaded by friend upon having. Pertana. There are 'no aALKMIRMiWOItXe.Wtnrt.t-aslem.x.C. "
"Well .
you United-* States"on "application. Address < nlncott'i. -- \to try Peruna.I" took It two: weeks medicine* that can be substituted.,

I've. got in a. walk In:: rowrl.--qW. *-* Foster
), York ,JournaW1The I -Y';._ For 'sale\ by all drugglats.; Price : Specifications.ft. :'! / :ion with'' it and lOOn'began to' get. well factory remits from the use of' Peruna ,))

Quiet--l->r-..s...., t V) cents per box... ." *' .-'. -What kind of hammock :do" 'and strong 'veryfast' 'Within two write at dace to Dr.ITartraan, giving s. ': Sour: Stomach"Iv.eda..esrt.Cadf..flth.'aeala"fbir"

lioardff -t I. ---rIn ,months 1 vraa ured. and hare been weft' f11llaf.&temen ;your ease and be will
New -"Wbo Is that making you ,wisb!
,;ever since.. I'am''strong advocate of pleased to givyou his valuable I : ; ; '
such a Dol because. h.-can'tflp4 .his -. Jail For Sneailno;. SammeF Girl-It needn't be.' double entna.-o. Hershman.Iperana doe adl* Men f per .... \
As of the good, kind Udlas was I; gratis / I,,,t\ .a :::.. 1.11
necktie one .
ekes it must be double .trenl't .- DrT ... N':1'u. .'W.t: )
cnre: .. catarrh of,.the kidneys Address tiartmanT President of ana oth.r 4'ma.ifera 1 no
Landlady<< -"Ob; that Is the gentleman walking alorft the tlej.,after"-the >kn.l .. Twill I Yme ti .
September Smart Set.rITau.etemsnentlyenrdd.. The llartman ll1mb O." .,,. ,tr..r.f. ;
ITer and other organs Sanitarium ;
pelvic simply I
in. > thf <:
kind words ... .. .. .... ,. r'J .
'i who dresses quietly,; -Pblladelnbla 1 church was over, saying ., -'-- .0'" .m. Cud t P the .
: ' , .p11ga. Tb1 ar..rr n..1..a' ""
llccord. . - to the unfortunate,sons..ofA
-- topped In.front: of cell C02 on the DBM after Ant dsy's use of Dr.Kline's Great I ."
1 Ela.aUo..le: 'sixth floor. She said: "My'good, kind N.rvelt.., ."ftrtal bottle and tr .tl err-. -, Fat' "'r .

i "There Is something1' cTcvstlng In man, what In the world ever put you Dr.11.H.* KI-I-! I .Ltd. Ml' Arch St.,FblU.Pn ,, The Dowels'

.music." Raid tile artist."Yes In"TiereT" He said "Sneezing. She There-r. 175 parts to a watch, and the, i '

," 'answered the manager. wald, "My goodness! How In' the Drat thing a boy docs whca-he Bet* one isfoutiifjr n
' rertalnly. the. effect ot himself tl .>' they are all tberei: i .
"Mnslc bn- world could they put you In here forsneetlngT' jc1- 111NWAL", Y
I : Wtorcvl.Ilno. ,
stimulating lofty Ideals as tu salary. -
He said \ woke the gentleman Mre.Wtulow'sSoothtn9irupforehndreateathingwfteuthe
2 -\Vnhlugtou-8tar. : gums,reduoes'1''
up. I'LA.BORIOUS. Loaded Blade Powder
wind >S aOottle ,Shellsshoot
;,+ --- tlOD.a Ji y.pahoUNA eoIlo. o. 'r
1? III.K'B. ......k. r < stronger and reload better j .
The who: achtmod of' his
man .1 .hl.teat.: *M .....
,3 "lie certainly ha. remarkable.. head father's. tsde doein't deserve' to have bad .than, other blac1 ''powder a pc sIek' ._. "11.... Feu-p- rlw. ... .. =-1D oim' .
gl'mme .
Hungry Hlgglns-She a pie a ..grandfather. __:. any ; 1&. "b. .f.r. ...1.. .peepitrane..e4.4 "
1 )n his shoulders. j" ;# \ m.nq..e4. ,.,'
she had bat I shellsthe. ww wjn>rw> lea > J
lust made had
tar work market;
"I hadn't noticed 1C" \ .. Piso'eCareforOon.nmpttonUsaafa fUWe ., to ; because : atsrllat Remedy'Co.,Chlea *
' p "Hadn't noticed what?" .i before I'got a cbanst- to eat It medicine for- oou;ti. and eolds.-N. W.aakesLOoesh ) [ they.are'' loaded, !there carefully t SALE TEl WLUOi BOtttSou .
Weary Walker OR .
he 'hadn't outs} OroT.M.J? Feb.17,1 f Q1. '
"Tbt :
any ucck.Clerel'laud Hungry Higgles Sure. ,I r ) >7t3 and .made scientifically.. j I
had qiorc
terpry t'
Plain Dealer.Y Some people who are weighed in the balance 'Norni
.4 ; --- de top crust oft metself.. -Phildrlphla *-. ana found wanting will argue* that the [ Try them.. :-They'are.: Jj1 : (tberl .University, ::.

lip&0' Date. Press l machine i* out of order. : HUNTINGDON ENNENN. I
t Mrs. Oldun-"All you' young girl PCTKAM KADILXSS bras: are fait to Tine: A. E. BOOTHPIi;: ;D;; PrafdoiL, '

nowadays seem to be muscular .ath.a .. VALUE OF HIS OPINION. light and Milling.It's O!..fter.d by The. fI'&teot''I'I&ftll_tA tease
,i _..__ __u__ ____ ._ It ;all eteeeesanddlpInmasronferndb7Coil *"
leteMls4 -., "Do you think It's going. to .rain," a good thing to know when t.6 grasp '1.11.U''UUJIUlill/ uui.reyotn ". an Universities. Fifteendiasrsntdepart-asflli.\
4 Strong-" H."lnll, ,, In .the she asked. an opportunity; ado when to let go. J" v : by: nature', asked Billows Sr : in full oprmtlun'-'Tbej LMdln* Morsaal sefcoal;v-i
If of the uthern. 8taistands prmlnem&.r
proud lexicon of feminine youth there "Oh, ('ID sure it's not," he npllea. tie charitably: inclined citizen. -.* .....h. The Wst review setaobl la the land rlor

s Is no such word a.' 'frail. "Philadel "Then I'll take my umbrella.", she # In' England the-annual consumption '"No att.",candldlT replied the twg- I Iordltheleetptelrnttonthorouthinds other : : ,
of southern fruit amounts to fifteen < t >a hlnjr"r for any profession.
phia'Press.l answered, with decLton.-Chicsgo gar; "I'm blind by profession. f LkdleaeofBu.lnrw,RhorthaadTyp.wee
\ Post pounds a bead. ranted. not quite three pounds a h4d.:' _lory..t..,lo one ef'Ihs aae.t and inoe*
'STUART'SCINan4'BUCHU ....,lIoa. Unlveivlty boildlnirs tn tae sonflt. ,
"You the man "who lisped in* FREE ',1 Table board from M.s.0 .OO "
know I. t |o t per
laid The..Automobile and the Cart Horse.A The Rivera memorial to the late t. Rooms well farnlshed from forty to nit
numbers: Reggy. .. ..kv. Tallinn .wee". 16.00 If
swift automobile once' swept Queen Victoria Is 'to takethe form ofa | ;
heard of him answtced'Itonn1l. .
"I've the advanre for the ,carat per cent dlsooaa
proudly put a. Tired Cart Horse. cottage hospital at'Nice.. j .To all wke. sufferor to friends of tho.ewho than elect for all for.eelI"'IIIIoOr"an" r
"What puzzles yon? ...fI.. with lUbuey, Liver Heart Bladdero pays aspens ndd.ce.afurais y
mind "Hello Old Stick-in-he-Mud!" It Blood Disease,a sample bottle of ''''.rt'. town
"I can't make .. ant aorommndstlons. Inou
up my IRawar...!L OJ -"fe .For C.Uttrh That, Ota and Bneba,the great southern Kidney and : ComnMnlly
II ? Washington called, tauntingly. ';Back'' to the Bono. - )l and loyal corporation with ths Oasly.
he- was a poet or a Dc.ler, -- ComtAlm Merevry, UTer Madlrlne.will be aeul..Ad41TU.JtT Httndr<>dsorschonUeondaetdajawtiosltlons
Star. Y. .. '".' -' '. yard, you Dead One!" So saying, It as mercury wUl sarslv destroy the sense of ..." Msntion Ihl._ paper.-... of honor filled with honor by
.- -_..,4"' O -.,"'.... disappeared in a Cloud of Steam. smell and completely derange the whole.yst DRUG Ii'I"Q ti CO._, .*all ;Atlanta Oa. "Not a poll no...:'drastic cathartic;" Iron this liMlltutloai. More werkd.u
... A ld......t.",,, 4 \ ' A.little farther down the Pike the surf aoes. Sneh arttales shonld never be used sioktoitosioatostoitOttoHOHoKostosto; : ltetr-rmi\r\ on .tb..I1..... .wnrfc ton. Com and see f ury'r.4W
"I don't"see why you should be' so Tired CartHorse JtS and kidney,* and% the bowels '
came upon the exoept on prescription from reputable phy L eepa In ll a.atrir. obe te. Pat! ..
proud Vrlnnlng'' that case" said the Swift Automobile, now Busted. slelans as the damage they will do Is tenfold p healthy action Uiua promoting goat t55..lleetta ,, .. ......,.....*
Intimate friend. *You were plainly to the good you can. poMlbly.derive from' .f ADIliSlNPCURES 2o complexion. char train and JuaUJtf -Sef z
Aha-! said Ue Steed with a HorseLaugh them.,.: Mall's Catarrh Our manufacturedby ( lodu. Used by American Physiciana
.the'wrong.. "who F. J. '1'oldo..o. indifMtion, 5 for t
is Stlck-In-the.dud now? Cheney A Co., contains : Sd'yeara.Jo.
"You don'tunderstand these thing no and la taken \ 0 Igset. felt imm.dl. .. NO MORE
You are Indeed far from your. Happy mercury: Internally,aoUns. It o and 91.OO .
at all." answered the la"yer. "Tbat'sthe "' .* dlreetly upon the blood and mueonaaurfaoee atel7 'M DragcM' or ., snail from
thing that makes me so I Home. o(the system. la buying Halls Catarrh Cure JO. MaadMfeatDresjslor** 9 :TUB T ARRANT CO. New York CURLS IN' HAIRCarpenter's
very YOUR
While the Cart Horse was thinking be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken I.. I oltoleoltoleoleoleolool.oleoltos.oseeiAEliuiiiiiiiial :
proud. -Washington.Star. other Biting Sarcasms of this Na ternally, and made In 'Toledo Ohio by 1/.. a.a a- IWRlpsnsTabule.r. .,
-- up J. Cheney* Co.] Testimonials trees '", .
Merely: Ornamental. ture. they hitched him up to the Dam- Bold tor Drill sts; piioe. Tto. per bottle. .

aged'Vehlcle, and he was compelled Ball's gamllyl'tlU are the.beat. ,

.1 to yank it laboriously to the stable, the beat, dyspepsia <
Hundreds of Indian laborers are be I. I
v. iqedlelne aver made
Fourteen miles' away on an up grade Mug-recruited for service; in the Koffy>. EVERY SHOOTER
This fable teaches us that It Is fentein diamond mines near Klmbe'r- '- .' S A. hundred ;)millions t3,

Wrong to- gloat over the Downfall of ley [,WHO, SHOOTS. IJ 8 of .them. have been;

.rH our En. le., urtU we are sure they sold In the United oj
can no longer. 'Injure -September Edward Halley Introduced mercury L ( ' ] States In' ,a 'single! J j

Smart >e(. for use Ihermometers year; ..Every'Illness' i

lit.1680.\ "" 11 I arising', from a disordered stomach Is j OX HABWWaaw
a'nd - : relieved 'or. 'cured -by their a...' So ; ( aaor rmvarto.s f .

That.Yankee. humor shrewdness common 'I.' It.that, diseases .originate I .Tskss them out.Mkwp.rear.r.1pla ||
has not Its mission In I II" .her.Int.thebrnt. That's way yen MSaV
yet completed
fromth _alom4cb it maT, be safely assorted 1 U. ,It's blshly swfuinsd,too. '

literature has been demonstrated frequently Hal Sicli; 'aHHUNITION ,thersj,Js no,, condition of (U.' PRICE' 29 CEN't r.-.

by the, success of Joseph C.Llncol ; . I health' that will ,not be beneo/ed or I ,AI the Pro atora..or snan.l a* raoslpl eTM '

>>. Of this another piece of erldenoe ..-a feeling of confidence la a< cured bf the occasional use of RIpansTo i ,

-' Is supplied by ),fr. Lincoln's 1b. cartridges.;:, They, don't bales. 'Pbvslcluns. know': ,them-and ,. I Addrs-s. CARPENTER CO.,

Story In Alnslee's for September, "Tho 441 first used'AVer's Sarsaparilla .&. and always/shoot/ rbere m speak highly of them.:' All druggistssell 9 tlaabvNU, :
Cruise'-of the. DoraBassett. Everyone In the fall 'ri848.: Since then I I you aim. ,..;:;;,K t. them. The' five-cent package Is : 1
1et u.* C'
1 fi
who has been at a summer resort have taken It every spring' a. a when Tell hea your ksv"Wbat d )/ alnd enoub.tor an ordinary occasion and The areas Bstsit and 'WeMlACROSS.l

on the New England coast will recog blood purifying l and" nerve 1 ,SiHIofcttM (.._ /"J"I the-Family Bottle, sixty cents, contains
strengthening: medicine. , a. household supply for .year. .On.generally .- trie ILXRSAND
nlze Captain Solomon Pratt at the firstglance
S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kane. The Union Metallic CartrUtfl Co; within .eI01'.
I ifllef i
; twenty
rr.tL ;r ; ,
and'reading of Mm here Is I'B r I"'rt.coae.-: I in'lnutes..,, ,

preUy'nearl) the same thing .as talk ... '
"I'm going to' send you my latest ing"to one of his.many counterparts 'If you feel run down, TNt ,"

t . volume of poems, Miss_Mabel." -- The story Is. one of Mr.: Lincoln's best are easily tired, (if your 11111111111111 I} ATLANTA COLLEGE
'"Oh. won't that be lovely: t I hope '
f it has lndlns.New York nerves are weak"and your PhysiciaasdSurgeoas TEXA9 PApfIC
; a prttty '. "The Blue Moon" by Lucia aid Esther W. L. 'DOUGLAS .r
Journal.ilrs. blood' is thin then begin
" Chamberlain, Is .the picturesquetitle '3.!2 & '3'SHOES C l stalest laboratories la the Sonthv OlUtoaiadTantaces
'J -- I take the old standard *. nnsvrpassod. Faealty s>( toarteea,
, of the novel In Alnslee's for Sep to good .Ten ear stnrrtrsal lye t r0f vnofsesora and twenty-Sve assistiaate, fee aaw wty tt: t"I really think you ought tember. It la a refreshing .tori.. because 'I. 'mlly"medlclne" wearlag 1e,L.Deq1af N.6O leaThey "HaasoaabU. Write for_tal..... }

I ft permit me toTe my say about the' Ingenuity of I It,* plot does not : : -" equal ;reu.t.J1'' *11,tit.. ,, 'T' a.KENDfICJLDuaAtiaate'di.74r. :' ae vaoiraLa *e> Aeiwea eessnO.a 3
matters that, properly belong under In any way depend upon cheap,devices Ayer's Sarsaparilla .. that have been .;. Tblny-tTe pills aberusl Rcmu ahrevesort *sk 1

my .up rtntendence. In such things. of .naaUouallaiD.;. at the same thus, It's a regular nerve to lag 11I.00'1'run from Oheimn. S4.00 CUREDf.rg.n .ID baMas., WeiSs,for .sew, book. on...OaUaa.1ATUKTAuCeujBie TSTSS-rasa./J
.. you ought to defer,to me."' It Is dramatic, the: action goes forward lifter blbbd 'men*. sale ef W. lA l 1 S y 0.15k

Mr.Gagesuppose: :you know what' steadily aad,- at'Just the proper pace, ia; 'perfect- .. Douglas fboei proves.tbelTsaperiorlty ever.:?; !, l fi ,. !" BsiI.t . we

the poet says: TIs madness,, to de It has a strong ,n4weI .tialaaced Jove builder. IM.s stills. a........ al other makea.i .- .J --\-. a .-Ulac In I tseenusMsji Free XHspssuafy Aaly eollssj la tbs 9.trttlns L

fer.! Interest,, and last, .but nsesses &. ..n-t.; '- P08j ...... betaikkso. A '' Sold by' retail shoe..' ..,"!.y.*.(_ 6. aye. Trial set,.ctsra.., KrMWr*than dm we; s4oro.ean 'Itssaaad ennvly. tar AddTsseuKOt fra, D '
Mrs.Gage- "That settles It Did you: high;literary merit year Ile eaeroe H.........u abwit....._t dealers lr everywhere.ty giveu;free.Mot bl=bsfalretr w. rAtmm wat-a.".">*->*-. .
tenser .. .. ,jptlam..Alsq Write*f H.N. '
efer know poet with common J4| fatally r.N let. roll. III.MrWSwe ?
price on bottom.TkalB Sscl?... ; Be .. .. ..
will.b..c.a.d * ..+ r.
Boston Transcript, \ Mount Asilnlbolne, long calle&'t'ieMatcorhorn ,vvale.Nt:5nese'.svlasesse thereshe c-: I* ir.- tiY. ,' AGENTS fi SS5s.ts

,- I F..' Uke Bs> of the Rockies: ," lies .twen '"I ... "-
y. i "Are -marriages ''made in DemD. C..... IsSWM ....... fPJ ek
e :"It"makes me (eel like A boy: againto ty miles from Ban3,< and "towers.,"a mammal"'asked .little T...... I IOw" 't I'JflVILALLIYIDTCOMPANY..' 4..

get into the country said. the en mighty monolith, fifteen hunted feet ; '-.some' of thera'are/ dear" emci,,. .:-- .. .1 *,I. .s-M': 'e'rooo.euClrv.180I
thuslastlo citizen. '," ''i( above nelghBors. Attempts to scale. < y"s sji, ass eat....' IliaAralad -
Its . /+ tft. .K ttti. Bap.r wtwrIt111aeoade
"Where was made. Tw. ........ '
your. .mamma Oalalec lr* U BOUttLAH. Bsss ttsre-IA?, 36 '0$'
"Yes, answered Mr. Slrlus :Barker the peak have proved futile tilt James 11

"I wen(,to picnic the other day. .1 Out4m In'company. ,with,four guides Fp1'

went rowing and blistered my hands, was duocesifuL ".The, details of this
went, .swimming and tell' Into ,the mou talneerlJl"; feat m,"perhaps the

water, played: baseball until my most sensational ycfachleved !In North Plantation Chill Cure isGuaranleedkeyrefunded

muscles* ,were 'sore alden'ont of at 'Ametlca," will be told in ,the September

''tree.; I felt exactly. as. if I ,were a. Century;'Reproductions.of a number .

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_' TKLKPMOMI NO. 11 .... . j(I'' Neighborhood news Is father' Mint; .. ,I .r
Poaruaessvsstrara.v -'" our people are too busy to indul
GHA3. W.
'I I ,Udae'Iu' Valley Uatetta U1&U41..r; Miss Carrie Tlson opened schob
Messrs. Partln have been making
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; .X MUoscxuLAC.UNTx.IrLA.: No.8, last Monday..: "' .
DM wool fly for the put few day. '
,( 'J. K.: POUKD | FBOPRIETOB: Their sheep eenTtb.'be in fine condition Mr. 'and Mrs; R. T. Butler and MM .
l W., B HAama-- THE SHOE .
L C. M. Baxley went up to Orlando. thlmorning. ;
J. B. POUND Editor.. 11 t I The Center ]:Park school has been :

,"{ rf lat*..... sake PMOffln-In-XItt.lllu.. Ala graded a* systematically a* may be The school'for colored .children in '- -

1 ,I" OusAWasm.llmsu.rI under the circumstances and has now this place will open online first. Monday Goods
8nbMrlbr*. -will' |>|MM notify th. offle if ali enrollment of thirty-seven pupils. ; in Octobeu. I I Offering of New Fall J:

they ooBnuotaaUon tall to get tan I Irom.oar. otlior- ,The piping, prtaking, piercing penetrating Run Bass made another shlpmen .

trod aorrMpondonU muiv b* .ln*
'wr.. Ka).>t4 nutMr will aol be returned ..1... Been hold Ing high carnival. since the this morning. The bunch aumbereiabounjjrhead. --. ... ,

''J',,. '"*Tho 1104 dltor U not rwio.. ..lbl.for opinion..xT late heavy rains. .* .* BOYS CLOTHING., .,d to di r

coned by . It is Indeed pleasant to behold the Miss Mabel Tiaon has been appointed : g : ]
4AclMrt.t.lq ratal may be on
; varied crops of ;Cassava, potatoes, sugar the authorities ,. I'
( by >chool of Or JA 'I4othinc conduces to a =
KATBB.So cane, etc! now under cultivation to teach the E e \I .u'... >to.
r- ange county / Boggy Creek .boys' appearance and .tohis' : ...
oopy, on. jrear .....,,."(.j\4.' .,. ... .I.OO.. by Mr., Walter,Lorenz..foreman of St. school the current 4) '
.Copy. six month......... ..... .. ... .,1\0 term self-respect'i-and thro'these ;:
j,.. One cops, tbr....IDOGm.......:Y...,.,.w;............ .,:/6 Cloud. :Lorena is'a.-: hustling)\ man :Hon. J.W.: :Watson and Henry Savage r to the moulding of == 3O >'m
'Mr. PU C. Fartln famllllariy known
have purchased this week from R y I I the ,character of the futnre ,4t' tot' B.! '
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t Friday 25, 1603.' .' a.Bob-the hospitable and ohival
Sept. >
U. his'stock than to him neatly .: >
Savage ofattle.branded j man keep ,' Q) = : to
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host of
k rous pur sections, plealant.11enaconced "72" end","supposed to number betweenfive ] dressed. His clothing f4d{ 1; L" 4) 'c ap
in his and .
pew comfortable
'Lake City will have six'rural free dwelling, recently completed. and ':six I thousand, head. '. '* I'. need,not be expensive. but :.. .:.: ;SoQ) .

h nail delivery routes, beginning October heat and in .the prevailing g /tn' '
Mr., Peter.McCutcheon, Is busy in. Edwards,.Smith &: Co., have,, sold as:: g.=
; Isfc . 'styles. We have a' nice : S
r a He is their turpentine and other : ;: a.
planting garden. very generous Interests\ a t 3 t
line of these goods and 'g :: ,
;:,\ COLUMBIA and Lee counties were added and wf expect to enjoy'some; 01 Lough man to Z. W. and O. A. fatty" .. ._ "g '
would l like 'you to see them. : .S :
11 F: to the list of nt.\ea\ of the the fruits of his labor. way ot the firm of Petteway Brothers; ?
While they: last : $1.00 :
State last.week '. We havn't serfTMr. R. D. Libby of Ocala; The deal was consummate'.J '..M .1 Q). c:: =
I values only 75c; $3.50 't, = oa1' rl 'P
this week, but we presume that he is a few days ago 'arid Involved 'an amount . I
UNCLE Sam's vaults are said to value only $ ; '
still side with'care he is the between 1 ;;
right up ; forty and fifty 'I'
.contain something like $500,000,000 it1"caah'at
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in the dollars We learn
'*' Boost indefatigable man '.countyand that one of the .
the present time,which amount all of his premises-furnish proof new proprietors, will make his headquarters SHOES ..2 g e .,
k1 I tl ;
Is being added'at. the rate of ,- here.
of this fact.
;000,000, a week In excess of the current for everybody-
a Mr. H; T, Newton finished his! new if
An tithe
V jcpnses of the government. application of paint .schoo from the tiniest A r"
\>'I' home last week and gave an entertainment building would help the appearance oft to the largest SBW {

,'., THK: 'jury In the case of Curtis Jett, last Friday night,. where I t the town wonderfully.: The building Dodd"is o m .

i\\"charged with the murder of Town Mar cream and other "goodies" were in now has a weather-beaten appearance "Dorothy '

;' ,shal, Thomas Cockrell at Jackson,'Ky. abundance. that aoei not create. very good Im ladies our specialty shoe.-, WE SELL HATS. j, '

,?."jTuly 21. 1902 rendered a' verdict and A. O. IJeoton irrepressible enter pression" Strangers quick to form a Our fall and winter ALSO. q.

Axed punishment at:' death., The rising _and_ public-spirited genius,I conclusions of a place by the appearance line will_be ,'' f

:'trial occurred at Cynthlana. md the bustling, bustling merchant,, of Its public-buildings and for No big stock of them but x
sure to please.
:. postmaster and notary public1 of-Peg-, this reason, as well as for" its preservation : a*well selected line of :thepair .
7f FLuff': Clark has formally announ- Price $5.OO
horn, made this section a visit Satur- the improvement suggested ier most serviceably shapes '
: for from and the
: oedhlf.candld Congress day. He came to make ,a ,deed, to a I above should be made ; .sizes colors and styles.we ?
;this district In a' dUrnlfied, sensible lot of land for school .none better.- could find for the '
purposes. r, money
|way through the Florida Index. He The 'Rebus" and prizes for its s6- 'V ealso have &
We enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. we ask for them. We in-' a.
: ta,brilliant and. brainy '.Dd. will put : lutlon, contained In another column of nice 1 11 I ne of "?:'
Ben Cobb lately, where the ice-cream vite your inspection of our
;'"the balance .of f\ .push- Into a swift .. this papeJ is offere4bjLJi public spirited cheaper
and other refreshments were-dellolous. stock and will appreciate "i'
Tpace? when the campaign opens prop'tACoording'tO citizen of the, county;,,,who has no in astylesgoods.- 7
,\erlyr Cobb Is getting ready fat: %n_extensive other object in view'than- the 'education <. f I. your patronage. Drop into } }t;
J ''. fall "!'deD., of the boys .and girls in matters see us when in town. |

ao exchange, the man beat r. S. C. Partln ought to be the I pf local and State interest. Parents ;s
jwho went out' to ,milk and sat -on a equestrian in the county. He is :
should their .
boys and ,
encourage girls for Shoes of klnd. -
Come to any
rock In the middle of the pasture and 'constantly In the saddle-. looking. after compete_ and it would be a good us

:waited for the c4w'Lo back up, was a his cattle and sheep. Idea for the teachers to call the at.ten.

ther to the man who kept* a store Misses Nora Partln and Ruth Bel. Lion of the school.children to It.:

>&eid wouldn't, advertise\ because he ton, teachers respectively' of schools See

[,gerioned. that., the 'purchasing public $>6 and 23, were visiting their homes Mr.his A.arrangements A. Kenner has and about unless perfected somethings our 50 Counter-Bargains. -Ai I

would back up to his place of business here Saturday and Sunday.; ,
unforeseen occurs
to prevent he
when, ,U wanted something. Miss Carrie Tiaon.teacher at Peg.
horn, opened her school Monday. and )hi* accomplished daughter, Miss ,

Forty-two ..corporations. and business The health. of the neighborhood is Dertruderwlll 'leave Klssimmee next : -. ,I II;:

alD Jacksonville have had 'good. Munday night to join Mrs. Kenner in .. '/,'

fthwlr. ,total assessments raised *"from'o,34o California where$they will make their I ,}

i to ,t'1,920,550, a difference of Blooded Cattle Brl |;:flood Pn ea. future home. Every; one in Klssim CALL ON- -- i

g.oo6jcIO, by'the. City :Council,' says The following parties.,,bought blooded mee is regretting the loss of this estimable FOB ,,, .N. fIiN <
1l.('eEcb np. Undervaluation of prop- stock at the Chambllss sale Wednesday family: as citizens of the town !!

;: .rtr for.taxation '.Is ,not cpnfined : H. L. Anderson,"oDII! bull whose places will be difficult to .fill. a r9rYr9rFr3 a/ 1 1F: iliE c
,, bate community alone and Id 'a, probbut at 1240, one at$150, ole at $160, one "
i ) wisest legislators'have ai,:yet. at $180-oneat 120,6ne at $100 and Whlttler Items.Plenty K DryGoods. ::1r

,unable to'solve.'' one at $110; heifers eleven at$40 each. of rain and wind. .. '. I

Aloe''upon a time Prof., Wilson, of lour at"$50_ each: four at,"$30 each, Miss Barber the Bull Creek schoolma'm I _,;>... A T-Z"'e' -..-..."' .........
and two Hereford cows and calves for ; passed through Whittier to take ( .
'Kdiaburfh wrote the blackboard
$100., D..A. Clark, Mantel, one bullat charge-of, said school.- .
L ...1abor.i.orl. : "Prof.. Wilson InI'hls'stt .
$150; heifers, oDe, at $80, four at $00 Messrs. Riley Godwin and Elijah : .
: denta that he. has thisOven'
each three at $50-each and four $45 are -
at Tucker two of the happiest gents --
appointed' honorary ..
phy.t.the each. Clyatt Cattle'Co., Levy county In Whittier over the'arrival of a fine '- .
to Queen. In the course of
one bull at *OT, one at $150; twcTheil- boy to each one. .
i morning he had occasion to leavebroomsad , .. _.. .. '
$45 each. Dr. Bystra.. has -- -- ---- -- -- -- --- ----
ers at H. 0. Mr -Joe Smith purchased\ -the .
found his return thatadent
i on
Holder, four heifers at ,, $31.25 each, real estate belonging to Arnold Bass
a "' had added to the announce"
thefJaeaa"Chtaago three, at $45 each, three at $35 each. In the center.o*.town and ts building a The Formula tells' the :
_t.tIbe'word.: .: "God save storyGrove's
I also calf 'two .to..OD .
big cow and and year the property. 'So .now our
'j '
; I""':! -., ;. old heifers for $350, and 'a bull calf stores are in sight! of each other. '

4A TJartow man invited his friends to Jereford, for $35. C, C. Rawl., Mont. Some of the Whlttlerltes are planingout Chronic Chill CureL

attend a reception. When they arrlv brook. one bull at tloi.. j).. C. Mo- orange'groves..' Mr, -Bill Ste .

Pd'abarrei'' of beer from ,Tampa 'was Mullen, Largo, bull, $90.. W. A. Mc- yeasts, preparing to plant out.C/ )() Not a patent medicine t a thin spirituous liquid of A pleasant bitter taste made oi

'-'f D0')8\) the principal 'feature' of Mullen, Largo bull, $105, heifer, $50. trees; Mr; George Fertlo is clearing Fluid Extract 'PERUVIAN BARK Fluid ExtractpQPLAR.BARK'Fluid'Extract

tee antei-Ulnment.. 'After the beer tTiit:LL. Johnson, Rockledge; one bull, hammock to set out 20O grapefruit.Mr. BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK \

!:been ,consumed, thehat,was passed '100, and three heifers at $50 each. : H. H. Tactic, while in Klsslm .1.
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD; BAlUFluid Extract SARSAPARJLLA to
t and 4M cents contributed to the "exptuse.hy'eacA J. R.' Schuler' Bristol,'' Fla., one bullat mee the other ,day purchased a. fine .
jjuest. The court $130, one at $125 one at $180;' half : horle., It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

.t.balthe unique ,"reception" eon.ihtec.1i era, one at $35-one at $40. \V. P. A. Mr. M. A- Godwin is preparing to '

Illegal sale of liquor,'and Witt: Mason, Fla., one bull atl30, drive some hogs to Jensen for market... TE Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.

t boat W&'sent to the gang for 60 one heifer 50. J, C. Mathews, Flora- The'probability! is that our school .

L 'f'Bllnd .Tiger Soclal, ; will ingtonone bull at $100 Prof. P,. W. will open lip next MondV> .. . ,_ 'I popular. In Polk":-.Tampa. Green; Belieview, one'bull'at $140. .J. Commissioner A. C. 'Bass is visiting
:t< ' Stevens, Cltra, one bull at $D0. Ed friends this week in .the Bull Creek. To .Cure a Cold in .One Day' boa;

!' -+ : -- Carmichael one bull at $135 one cow neighborhood. ,,,

j JW3B we.it4lj esdorse the; following: at. tIM ;IJ; M. Saunders, Malt land, Our' Sabbath School is. progressing e '
ils'oneoinoe in the State that. one bull at $135 one at tl. *,' and one Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.i A PH on every I

rarely:fmentldned,::"Tor?the reason $200. W. P; Marshall, Punta.. Gorda, .well..The frienMs of Prof. "C. U. Garrett Seven Mnnonltoxes sold In past 13 BMatbs. This "signature, (!1. ;;c.Q"boL 2.5C. "

lbly'Lha, It 1s not elective.. We one bull at $130, and one heifer at $50 who was principal of our school lastyear ;

i governor.This r SO that. Of 'prlvate is secretary to H. A.-Ford, Ocala! one cow at -$1667 are pleased to learn that ho has -

and has been amo."re.poDpoalUon creditably- Aaron Tlson, Santa.,'one bull at $100)( secured a good situation as principal +++++i + +++++++ - '. ++++++++-++ ,

14 I gods the'present administration .an
t7M.C.:DlcKlntonof Madison. 8.r.aOODe bull at $105; ODe'at $05, -_ Tropical Nurseries l
OJ' Jdnntngs' successor .
coni and'one better, :tat$35. J. K. Knib- AIZ WA'3 .
i the best Interests of the State he '
ndaavor tq retain Mr; Dlckin-, lack; Martin, one 1 heifer, $25. Col. L. J.[ ., WILLSON, JR., Orlando .Florida 8UWANEB RIVBR ROUTB." '

ervloes.Pensaoola News."- P. Miller, near Ocala one bull at $160. ,( NOTARY PO J.lC... ) : : HCHKDm.KB!: IN EFFECT JUNE 28. 100.

Ban*l the unhesitatingly News commendatoTEL. endorses evl Oeo. K.'Robinson, one heifer at $40 '-l( STATS AT LARGE. J """ If you intend planting any Fruit Trees this fall send me list ; ; Dixie Flyer. Quick Step. j

says and One at $30. Major Wright\ Oxford Real Estate Agent. of wants and I can : Orange, Peach and h Palatka . A M p m ales m ,.
Qd.L: Dickinson.' There U your save e you money or Lv JackaonvllloArTIfton. 7 Ro P to 7'43. m
-1 more honorable, ,accommoda- yearling bull, *55.: J. M. Brown- KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA Pear! and all kinds of Nursery Stock. VAldOllU.. ._II on pm 11 Warn '

0 4Meivlng. efficient man in Floras lee.Starke, one heifer at 100. J. L. ... I Ar' Conlele..,. .. 1296am 12 8Hpm
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the people become] better Miller,M artel, one bull at eM.Ocali.8t.&I' S'OX'S8S W R. SPEIR. a A L H'Y P
with him he will be', called ., I _. Ar Amerloui.ArColumbua. Mam mpm.. '
\ official -station.. "-Galnesiun. ..- w _,_ +++++..... tt t ..... ''':1 +++++++4++4 +t1.+I ..1226pin. 1ft pm .
., ,J. W. TIIOMPSON Ar. Montgomery.eNAF .. ... 7 U p m. '

tirl Notice. Maoon '" .. . 140am 410PmArAusx00ts.

;;W. H. )Towles has been trying a .:.A'meeting of the Democratic.Executive funeral Director' and Em- J. L STRICKLAND. S. S. JOHNSON. . K. B .. ...... IIpm" '
C"- < is ,hereby ,called c. or a -
method> for curlDIr' orange frees Committee ; '>;to A.
I Ar. AtlantaArOolumbui... . ... "
.d1eback'with surprising.success. meet at the Court House in Klsslmmee, balmer, PHONE MO. 51. ... . -7 726.(Mam m 45pm....... .,
: Pla.. at 2 'o'clock; Ar Birmingham 12 20 m .. ....,.,-r; -
of spraying.with blue'stonetllmet p. m., Jon Monday, p ..
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:FO gslmrhee ArMemphhi ftoopmJlatu .. ........
; he, f inserts a small'; piece.of Oct.' 5,-1903'to; flll t.he' unexpired term :DPlet.Notice : Strickland a.c. lIT. .Lsir .

pate of copper under .the bark .of /. W. Harwell,;. deceased, ,,an. to -- Johnson Ar Marietta.Cbattanooca..,, '9 lOOp. 9 1 ISpm 00 am, ,

transact such other' business Ar Naahvlllel:. I66piq, 6 Mam ,
tre affected. In 24 'hours the .as may lu. c.nt. .. .. .
will be seen in the killing of a ebnW before It.: :to Creditors. .. Ar.8U LouU..;......,. 7 08 a m 24pm
limbs 1 and the< first Impresat .' A.'L;BKAKDEN: 'Chairman, DEALERS IN ArChloaito ,.,)1 06am- ,
; 1Iotl"I.bereby alnes to eredlton, legatee. L. x. a. a. r,
t... U baa,ruined the . "
t.ree.- '
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Sept. 17. 1903. N 1 and dlatrlbnteee. and all persons baring- demand .4 Mam '12 Wpm
i damage ends with 'these few . annul the estate of Harab A.. 8...... Fresh Meats Vegetables Etc. Cincinnati.' .., ... 720am 406PmArCAIoa
a* and In a few days ,the .trees deoeaaed preaent the sane, duly anthentloated i. a. a. "
i a strong,:healthy new growth.,, :B.Ck'''''.. rat" ,.IY.\' to the nnderalitned. within two yean a*- -....- ,;-. \ .....,. lgam '_, .
by law.oUMrwlae the ,
shown a number of;tr'ew.on ,Has world-widelame'tor', marvelous barred preeoribed and all persona Indebted to aame aald will eatale be Train Solid from tralnt 'rom' Jackaonvllle to Maoon. '
'as' grove south at town, this : are hereby to make immediate fettle.MM 'Now'In business and solicit The tralna Palatka connect at Valdosta wlto.''
cure; It,surpasses any other ,,salve, with the = . your-trade. best meats the going north from Jaokeonvllle.- -- "
ally -
- Local ,
fhave had the die back \ '
.but which hare put oat a new J I Ii i lotion 'Ointment or balm lor. eu"'L This,lath day 01 t reotember tosak'1Easvaoe, A D 111II8., '' ,, country affords will be handled..: 'Vegetables they :are to eon remaining deepen In on depot Dixie until Flyer 7110 .train. m. ferMi "ee

i over a foot long ,'Slnoi'ilwlajjie' |Corns; Burns, Bolls, Sore Felons . ;41i KJI.f Estate, of be had 'Prompt,service; liberal dealing and the best goods guaranteed. -. villa Pullman to BC BuBbt', yenta Bleeping Tla'bore Can rout from Jackton-without- 1*
.. I' above manner a lew i:Ulcers,. Titter, 'Salt' ''Rheum, Fever 'P'I uU,. ..II&rah......,.A.. .$.av.g., :--.s.-' : .! ,Phone us your wants:: change of care on Dixie Flyer train, aim Pollnan'a yI
:(Thl ought to be.. Up to'.people Boresr' Chapped Hands,' Skin without obanie.deepen.. on same-train. 10 Cbleaso-' t;
.... who are trying to ,r For aohedulei,Southbound and other for-...
> a fertilizer that will ,rid t Eruptions; Infallible lor' Piles; Cure The Valley Gazette Is prep.reci'l DOOB"T.o nation, addreaa .
i of the. d"le back.-Fort dyers I guaranteed. .Only J5o..t! Osceola Phartnaoy. all kind of Job ,Work: In an, 'up-to-; NEXT : POST OFFICE, <- -; Jj 11..RArasav,' f,
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.'' Fnr nurser* trees, Orange or Peach, Two cartloads just received,.' .Any Business LocalsSee i ' - .l i rroesskiial) Cams ? call on L.. P, Hughey,. \i. kind,. any price.. ,Among the lot are. # }1 ''THttIam! ( r r '

)Born, on TlIe.d.laat to .Mr.'sad some.of the,best family horses aver '

[PUBLISHED- EVERY BY, FKiDAY < Mrgg;'.S.. H: Bullock; a son. . brought, bore;; ..also a lot 'of' trainedIndian ..... ... : --- .... -IV' w,

'POUND H A N n i .. Old paper. 20o per hundred at the 'oow: ponle, ..* So counter; at Dann's.., FR .; pA.. VAN8? GNBW.

J i i ; ' i ii ii ,' '? ,,fOMUROH ,Valley.Oazette office.; ' fluasrrr, BBATTON- &Mztn., 1 ) E] .-' 1 'ATTORNEY' Its LAW.....!... j ...'
'* Standard Patterns at Kau's.. ) "
-DIHBOTOHY, -. 4uenLloo' called to the new ads Bought 84.000 Acre .- I AltO, NOTARV" PW.HV' ; | -, .
lib.(tntopnr 11 a.>> m and C.vaoK.-Prellablnlf 7 o. lotk. Prayar aach ma gab tlnary of the City Bakery In this Iss'ue. Messrs. Pfann '* SIngletary of this See those Co pen 'abJeta'a' Dann's.< KlbIMMZ.. ;7LADR

Tbanday .y.nla. at. T p.>> m., Sabbathinool For noe Oak Bed-Room Suits call place purchased on Monday 1.."' a School shoes, good ones, at DaDD 'a. J.:W, SIMPSON '" '
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1, 1'. DILL, Paitor.BAPTIIT on J., W, Thompson.? .,- tract of 84.000 acres of land In Lee Headquarters for ,
C.Vh.-o. J. Frt.r. Paator.raantaing .- A few'being",off end" coUnt.1irom.he\ United Land Co. The achoolsuppUe.. at "Y'T ENTIBT.Office ..
rry ..Ind..11...- m. and 7 p. tt. oranges to Dann's .
bang Psofla'a. pieUn ,...80 n. n. Sand,. tJ 61' the tract, purchased is the Ell! YTpn\lq,1\ ,
by merchants. famous "Stock" ; 'Oeoeola .
.. over Phinaaej.wotooMtIJiiS
[bool' A u m. Prar.r mavtlns ThuiEiy Summer Gooda--.." Co...' .Guloe. & ,
7 p. m.' \lalton<< always w.>ooma.IHT. Mrs. Lena. Harper left yesterday ade,Pa'sture and M said* to contain. Bstton '. --:- '... to
JO'HK'I ErtaoorAL. "CuviwH.-David D. morning for a visit to Omega, Fla. tome of the finest grtitng lands m the ,, ""' '. } 6:30 MS; t,
dd Ewitor. rarvloet ea h. Moond 8nniiyoltba sole ,
month Mnrnlnc "rvloa at 10:80UAoolk. Olin State.'' for DouglassShoes i Telephone No. 'l8' Jiin '5,-lrDR. -
ETanlnKMrrl ,:-at 7:10 o'clock. P. Hughey and little'daughterare at Kissimmee. < .. .
JpSBiftTTBBlA'n C.v.oN.-DI ln* up from Braidentown ort Attention: BCt7. ..4'0tr1.Attention ..
wonhlpon a "visit. ,.
I vary ttnt I Munday and third Snndtjr In aaohtaoDlh. ; New Goods arriving at Guloe & J WHY Nor IN [ A.: B, STEVENS.:
Morning ..rrlra at 11 m. a,, EienVs Mrs. C. M. Fracure came' In from 1. called to the "Rebus"published 1 Bratton's.. ;: -1 r I Ii '( ,
..,....- at 7:00.:. p. m. Sunday School at Narooo.aee; 'W.iDesdarfor the day:, In another column of this : ,..,..DKMTIST....
t48ara. O.K. "Ioe at >:16p. m, Prayar "'Dorothy Dodd"" shoes the ,
..tinghur.d.r.v.nln at 7:00 BT- .iua. This good opportunity for I have -
m. 4
ahen4lbeq Mr. it.; W.. BUD the.. Campbell turpentine ityle.. Sold only by Dann .. "
ybody Is molt cordially fnvttvd to some bright i Gas Administered.OmcsHeurt .
rrloa.. J'. 3. KAIL T Paatorr- ma- was In town Saturday., boy or 'girl; rtoJlspla'ltheir } .i' hll.r.1.
[ ALEX UAVIMOM. .upt,'of ..a..Official W. B. Maklnson r returned sagacity, .besides winning a prize I Try a pair of Queen Quality Shoes.. RIJGsLI j 18.30 to A.$M..30 to P.:. M.1r.! .
from his worth two dollars In ..h. Xtoad1' the' Sold.. only b7.St..nford..
trip to the north 'and. ()ORLANDO i FLORIDA.
west Sunday ,
Weatber' R. on..It. condition and send in your solutlons.- Supplier .Gule. & Bratton's. i '
.... s.r.DAT1IU-acs... KIIOIW-'. night." The,Valley Gazette will publish .the' FA e. 'TItOMAaOM.Paj.lolaa.ed -. l
1 1I
,THOBIDAT Xvsiini. Sept !M. 1908.Mss. W. L. Paulk left last night;?for a paper of the boy or.' gtfT-winning the Subscribe for' "The- Designer," atSOcts TAKE NO AU CaUl ...w...... eertsoa. .. '

. IUa.RJa..IDI. short visit to his'old borne. '..t."C"lro. prize per year, at Kat. '.. ...t<<..- *Pta .. 33 Office'......{t '..i

---- Georgls.Ike .1 ''Star Service' Again for Whittler. Fresh Mutton Tuesdays and Fridays ANNE ..... __ XlS8UIlUJ: : rt.A.

Ida? M 7i1n , .M J Fracure arrived .assholne'from,,! : Star.majl route Mo. 28527, between at.'Reev.I'& Woods'. .{"hone 61. I 1.1 -1[1i ooOoOOOoOGCOOoooOOOoo
ai..l..r< M 10" .80 _Tampa Wednesday night on a': sick Klsslmmee and Whittier has been '
nnday .,...... :70 .,' Subscriptions received for.' De- '
.. ..,.... 62* : urlough.AttorneyJ..- -' established and ;
tooday .: .,_,. 7* M ..MJ. .on a trl-weekly basis signer" at; 60o per. year. At K.....'.. W.LVafltotior&Ce.
' ...%.. lIS M .. "N< Taylor went,, to";. Orando the contract'awarded Reuben Johns -'
b.urtdav... .. . at ,,118 .,. and John Baisden. i .
.4 Wednesday to. attend to profes-. II The mall will No. 2941 wins the BUGGY.New oUT COT THEM AT I .r

.- A. SIMPSON. P. ... lonal. .business.. ... ," leave Klsslmmee ate, a.'m. on Mondays BR 'O K ERSREALESTATE., '
R. L.-Wilder .msusger for Cartek ,Wedoesdays.and Fridays return- Line of School Shoes at Gutce. '
4 Our rates for Insertion ot.advertise-. Weeks at Loughman was hereon ng"the 'succeeding day... The ser. & Bratton's.'.. / r OSCEOLA : ;
nents among the' reading matter: on business.Tuesday vice under i.he'oontraCt.. 1. to. begin "Dororthy Dodd" Shoes 'are' fully; "I ., ' U'ten cents per line .each tnertloD. on the". .6th day of October next... : guaranteed, you take no risk Soldonly PHARMACY.HMHM ,
li. Beachsm7 a prominent .real eslate j L- INSURANCE
by. Dann.. AND : "
agent pf Orlando was "D.| Kissimmee Bright- Bo). Leave fort tll... Uni-, ]
verelty.. The handsomest line of Spring and\ .
Wednesday, . :
Summer Dress Goods ever. offered: In >**** . '
Mrs. C, M. Greer of Tampa but formerly Klsslmmee will be represented at the town. at .Kat.&'.._ ', .. . -
Local :dews. a resident of this place, arrived University of Florida the present term -
We are extra
now handling some
here Wednesday.'. ; -i by the following young; men: Irvjn fine Fresh Meals-Beef, Pork, and : 71
The lake Is higher than for years Simpson, Beauchamp Steffee Howard rfutton-at our market Call up phone

the water standing nea>nhe flve foot Katz, James Carson, Tod Carruthers, 01 and give, ura trial order:: 'Ms't, I .
__, y, barter Thompson, Earnest .Shiver Reeves it Woods. . 'Ms'j
notch on the gauge. .:/
: 'Read our Business Locals': FoR 9ALL-A nice little olice'fnthe Robert Bratlon and Marlon: Carton.Aljl : . Stove Wood. F

Send Job.Printing. 1 ,_ except; Marion Canon h&veJrooe; .. .
us your country? For further' particulars We rlll furnish.Stove Wood, deliv. .
he being yet detained at home'with -a ered to of town at tl.OO !1 jo1' -
Sam Griffin wad In' town .Monday apply to B. C. MlllerV f any per '.
fractured. limb,,which we are pleased 1 1t. Strand. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. .- .
t nd Tuesday. "M.... A-E.'Bea .n and son are In to know. rapidly healing.W. .I
To Cure Cold la Ore Day. L :-.H. .
Fine lot Willow Chairs at Thona'pion's. the city from Klsslmmee visiting Mn.J. I ,

Prices low C."C/Anderson.Orlando Star. C. T, 11,. 1I(0t.( ./ i Take Laxative Bromo Qulne Tab- :

iY If have an Item of news call up! Columbia wet and I..... AU druggist refund the money
you county a
/W. Ward Secretary of the United ;; held dry It its falls to cure. E. W. Grove
he Valley Oaiette office. Lapd Co., left Wednesday on a election on the 15th In.... and the county signature is on each box. ZSo-Osoeola

New lot of Picture Moulding just arrived business trip to Washington, .D. C. 'went dry'by majority of,.13;'.. '' ''I iTiarmacy., H.C.t&ftfQrd: .

at Thompson's. Mr. RadcJltre-Ca from Holmes and Jefferson are soon to ,
maD came up '
John. Bryan left last Saturday forI Braldentown. on Saturday ..and went have wet and dry'' elections. .These' "

grove at Hall an dale. Narcoossee wo will make some half down ooun.ies 'rueoriainatproi LOW *
i out to tq visit his parent. "j", : .
Ratley is at home from MImi which hare .ot.ed. drT.ln the last School in Kissimmee ."
Lllburn Prices
month's vacatlom.+ J, N. Cams hat let 'the contract for six' months.,. It must be a, goodoon-, >q<;
on a the building of fifteen rowboats
k If you want the nicest Willow Chairs. to be used In his or tI.htnabu.l twenty -be" In', ,s noe\so many. are ,

nd Ilbckers,> go to Taofnpson. ness. adopting ItT "SuppliesDonotmakeany.\ IS TOO BUSY THIS WEEK,
Why not.Osoeola try It? '
School Is sadly
The High building .
Mrs. F. W. Hill, of Narcoossee; No county holding wet and dry eleo- \ \ "! t : -- '

a need of fresh' coat of paint.Edgar .who ha., been in England for the past lons has g6he wet except Orange during '. receivin2and '

Perdew Is now holding down six,months Is expected. home tomorrow the year. \ ,*$! opening his mammoth stpck, 'of-Fall'and: WinterQocds

be night job at the telephone ex- night. }e'Y..W.. C. T. U.- has been reorganized < $ to write an Advertisement of the" many' .good' : things"he ha.S'in ; ,

'Complaint is being made that the with Miss. Ivy dough, presl i store, for hlsOcustomers.. .. : .1 ,

1 Prompt attention any Inturance wet weather eaushg an unusual deo'' 'They are 'ready to, do: tome I I i ii I !..: \; . n.i ...,..,....,. pin i i r i i n

RealEttate paced' with' J. M.. arg._number! of oranges to. split on good work this winter. i mistake about i iI

WUsou, Jr. the tre .., - --.- '. - :? P'RBs1IRZHOKT&' &:.._J --- your books _and, _i iI Watch for his nnouncimeflt:
Bearden""and little son ,
.Mrs. A. E..
turned pn Sunday' from. short visit Mr. J. A, Anderson has moved' his I 'Resolutions. : I other school sup- < .

: ... family into town ai'alliThey; occupy Whereat It has pleased our heavenly l plies. \
friends in Orlando.
i Next w ek. In the meantime he will be ple'asedto'haveyou'c&tla.nd.look :
theresidence vacated thif week byDr. Father to promote-our sister We.hare '.
Special Bargains for t.he--'ned' 30 aoUowa's family, which we learn Mrs.- Smith, from a life of service exactly j through -1 I. ., -, >. ; .., ,', '
Whiskies, 2.23
lays in Rye and Corn | what must /
A. E. UEARDEN. Ir.. Anderson has recently purchased. here, to ,fhs white-robed throng who you
per gallon. We learn Him and In \ have and, our prl- TRE LARGEST Y STOCK
an through-a received serve day night His tern'te ;
Mr. A. V. McCurrle of :ramp, ,
experienced dry goods ..salesman has iy"Mr. P A. Vans Agnew from hit pJ and .' \ ces are, the lowest. ;

position at Kali's.I brother, Frank:, that Mrs. E. N-Fell Whereat, We miss from our midsther ; on everything .
accepted a '
I SALE.50cenIA and children ll are now with Mr. Fell lit presence who for to many years \. needed by sellolars. ever brought to Kissimmee, - i iM 1' .. +
BELOIAM HARKS FOR lusslarrSlberla,where he is engaged has been'a faithful helper In all';'the 6 .' .

[ .atZ.OO each.' 'Apply to,Col.'J. In mining operations. work of the church and. our Home \ Come early'no Vg . .

|W. Aderhold. Mission,Society; .\ -- advantage in .. ....p ., ' . ... ,
Dr.: Hdlloway spent a day'br two of nr.
of the KlsI to the last -' ;,, :' } : .
L. C. Conklln manager the week: with hit faoilly here. Their Resolved That while we mourn her waiting i. 'r : : cIw. .y
I three, and feel that ranks have been x I.f rail' :" " '
the first loss our
:" ,
slmmee Drug Co., spent minute. ;
friends will regret to l learn_ that they .. . . ..
of the. week in Jacksonville. sadly broken by her absence, we r ', " 1 ;; ,:;.: >" . 1
days .
moved from Kissimmee' to Lakeland would submissively acknowledge that ; ( .
'" .: : '. ." "
For budded trees, Oranges of best wbere they. will be.nearer the Doctor, He who has taken her to Himself do : .. ... '

varieties Grapefruit Kumquat or lied who'is located at-Carter's mill.. eth all things well. Kissimmee Drug Co. -. ,,'
Tangerines, call on 1.. V* Hughey Resolved,-That,,'" extend our sin: "
The Y. W. C. T. U. will give a social et Train No. 35 killed\ the large roan at the home of Mitt Ivy dough to and friends. r 1s .

horse of W.; .Maktnson Co. at the night tbwhlch all members, honorary Resolved That these resolutions be ;.' I .
Matthews crossing Sunday night. spread upon the minutes of our Auxiliary . t .., '
and active, and those desiring to-be and be published In the' Klsslm- >

Marilyn Carson hat resigned his come members, are cordially Invited. m..e Valley Gaiette. .
scholarship In the S. f. M. I. and A "MuHOurn of Modern Art," will boone Mk$. M. A. J'ABN8WORTB, .. , ' rrit:

Howard Railey has beeh appointed of the features\' ".to entertain the MRS A. L. CHANDLER r.. ,. .. ti.t .
W J. S.
thereto. p.. ty. .i..i...,..".-p -
Seed Irsh Potatoes now ready for Since our last issue-Dr. Tliomason *' Armstead--Urittia. ;
planting; 92 perbushel or K per bar-
W. has purchased the store building opposite A beautlful'weddlnfrfrairtolemnlzed ;
rel. Leave orders at. my office.
L. Van Duzor t the 'Bank and formerly occu- Wednesday night at. the residence of 9 NOW IS THE TIME
which Mr. andlMrs.: J; E. GrUBn In West ,
Mrs. Jodie Grit \n, ot Waco, came pied by the Leako Drug Store, ,
down on the Midland train Tuesday we are told, he Intends remodeling and Lakeland. -contracting parties ,h 'f -

to visit Mr, and Mrs.. C. W. Orlffln. use for hit office.. It Is among the were Mr. Arnold Armlstead and Miss I

.She returned home today. most'property of Its- \kind in forming May Griffin the,'Rev.ceremony.J. H. The Tharp attendants per-- P OP ElALB :-V.ElTJ'N"OAD ', FOR 60 DAYSPRICKS

Misses Eva and Ethel) Harper left train were Mr.. J. W. Darrlcott. and Card'of TbaaKs. WILL' 88 RBDUCBD .ON OUR -BNTIRB ;UNB. : G
. Tuesday morning for Sutherland Woodson Muse colored a Persia The was .
Miss Darby. groom :
and Belt, EDITOR yAUJBY: GAZETTE: "'" :sl,
Florida hand on the Midland Sugar! '''' s *
where they will attend the dressed In a conventional I suit .f S
Seminary the present term: was arrested upon complaint of. two black while the bride was 'attired in 't Please allow us'col S All persons'Indebted to, me will. please call 'and pay! '
to express our'thanks. to the citizens ,
of his race who charged him. with carrying
Sheriff Prevail hat been engagedfor : I He was white silk.: The spacious parlors were of this community for their sympathy their accounts, as same must be closed. .wp Yr' "Lfr
concealed weapons. :
several among his cattle. decorated profusely with evergreens,
days S ,
and assistance shown'us In our
marking, branding, etot :He has quite! tried in and,Judge fined Johnston's MO.and costs court. for,foundguilty t.hepa'meD' p.lm a 4n" .A. d ewer..' _mleafter recent misfortune.. With our dwelling ; .. . ' 1
a nice little herd coming on. the_marriage all present repaired to ; ,
of which'he bond. went all we had of provisions, clothIng W A T" SON -
gave the dining hall ana-enoyedabountlul ] .' J. W. .&" .
After an absence of severrl month .and money and but for' the kindness : : *
spent at Fort Pierce Mist: Emma Morgan In the case of A. E. Drought: vs. wedding supper. The groom-was and generosity of our'people 'our : : >SiP

has returned to her homein Kissimmee M.... 'Woodbridge, wblch'wa.., carriedup For a long time a' business' man of suffering would have been are"'Yet ,' :; :;a
Court of Georgia but Is 'now' of.'Ids slmmee, '
,. to the delight. of her maul to the Supreme Lakeland before the flames had died' shelter and .
friends. -: fuoffl the City Court of Savannah by and has always been held In.the highest provision had been supplied and since I ter. c :. .J .' ...r
defendant has been decided in favor .teem.b7 all 'as a young. man of
Mr. and Mr. Will B..n7'xten the. and excellent business they have made ns a. comfortable. as 1"" i '1J1111t"tttJ11tl1tJtt1t11t1111tt11" ; tt1f"tJt. ,. ,
their thanks to their friends and neigh of Mr; Droulthwho was .repre sterling character circumstances 'permitted. ',To 'each "mnmm' 111' .
seated attorney Don Oliver.. 'Tht qualifications'while the bride -Is = N. II' I .
by and extend bur heartfelt NORTH sctsstusau. P.t40N.
hors for .their kindness. during sudden alUhhereforq )
case Involved about M,000t borrowed the fair and charming daughter-of Mr, thanks.., .,,., E 1 :IE :
and revere Illness of their Ut.t.leson 2
and Mrs. Otiffln. and has lived herssince : 1111 GRIFFIN :
c. *
Walton., '.' '. money . Her friends are numbered %: :' Very respectfuUyiMR \ L :. .. i'E' i- .
'' received The entire community of Narcoossee childhood. ; ANA MRS. J. W. ADKRHOLD., y zr .
The W.; B. : Co' surprised and pained to learn of by the thousand and 'with her '' \
consignment bf.t oranges a few, days the sudden death of Mrs. Sarah'Ma gentle manners has won:" the hearts oi What f. Uf.' "

were ago |packed rom Orange and shipped Hammock, Wednesday, which tibia Murphey, Dee: ChauncyL.whlchoccurred : they all who were know driven her to After the depot the suppei whew, In the.last analysis nobody, knows; i f ntyfarn.ny. rocelij Irs ;:

That we 'saw of the fruit'was' as good on lastSunday morning.Mrs.'Murphey they boarded the north bound passenger . but we do know thai It b''UDder strict r ;
wae a' grandchild >olBJ. train for Klsslmmee their futuw I law.. Abuse that law even slightly, "

as could desired.. '' .. B. Savage, Esq.,' 'who 'Is' widely home.. The Sun extends congratulations . pain results. Irregular living 'means i
f Cap;..J. R. Fields, 'ot' Blountstownwett known through the county, ,and State and best wishes for" along' and l derangement of the organs. ,resulting E ''FREJSE3: : ,: : . '

Florida;.spent a.'portion'- the She bad been '..rlou.l)' 111 for six happy, llfe.--Lakeland Sung. In Constipation, .Headache or .Liver, E "

week here on bu.lne.Be Informed weeks prior but was apparently out oj Freak Fiah and Or.t r.. trouble. Dr.;; Klnjr's. New Life Pllli S. Delivery everyday, i at 'any/ hour i patrpnage :solicited t ., ;sIl' !' ,/! ','
'y us.that'since: KUtlmmee,, be dangrtwith' every of BOOBregaining 111
leaving I ; prospect Fresh Flsb. TuesdaysThuradayi this. It's ,
bad bought and sold a turpentine but her usual good ,8n< and Sat.llrd..y.-Q1.t.e. afterOcs.1.. quickly re-adjusts' : WiuuuuliuUtUU4U W_ W '
tht yetthorongh. 'Only ZSe at'OaoeoliPharmacy WWWWW I
, Incss i was a loving; affactlonate woman. Leave orders at toe. bottling works,. ,
in -
and had hcently'lnvestedi a
.c Idol of numerous relatives. and''muob: CJIA8.,BASS., .. 1
.took of .ttle' there.. ... knew ,her.. .. i
.. over.. % admired by.all who .
)! it
f',,.t' 'w: 1....,......\.;... ."r\ '." "F'", ry t . . \ ;jJ r; rt .. t J e ;ti.r ;' 1"r.Y',
, .. ., ,1 y ,,:. l"'i; 1. :;1 f. ., -t.t'," ,;:,r.'f.' cf' !". .L "LV.,..,'..' .. .. o + ,,4.iy II, ,. ''f).(.>.,
, ., . . "" ... '. '" .,.. "A"",. "'. 1': ",Ji... .j"!!!)c.. -'. ', '1 -T'. t.,',' ft. I I, ,"0' f"II-!,' W\".:* .I, ; >t1\,\ /5 ,, J'. '', .-\ '-, ufr r."

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ii 'Wllh a sigh Nell ''obeyed.She:- ; ad- SCIENCE':r' OF BU'ILDIN"c.\\
1'1Y57' i 'Y of-T H CAarah. matted that on'tbe' morning whoh hei __. I 1Whaf OimiL. .B"E'A.. M1Ar4:

,, node"war7onhd'1tt.C1tilb"brldddiltt ! -.s.: :r_....' ... Tby l ,
IHy abe bad,jnsde' a"c.reful search, /,tb, \T111 '
EI bouses 1 had found out a clrcumstaoc Many at the great steel' tructure*

<*:wlijob(had 'escaped'lierrpbycei! (that area:I being bunt'' la every" city. an(" r .

that *v tiirare'' key f or this ''back Hoof planned and modelled in some distant Salo Feed h

whlch'badprmerly.hangup,.a. pall' ,lathe cltj; ''-lika the material for Solomon' Livery
"paBaage'had disappeared. \ temple of old1'-hundreds of miles aw :y. ,
0ow was It you bad not found that It Is In some rolling/ mill town of Pennsylvania '

out.before 7* asked Sir KevIUe, rather that most of the. gigantic Stable.Finest
r y' a nni t n nilfiil dryly; frameworks for the modern skj-scrap*. . - .

tt I1 t411 f "'"emurrwnr, ..f, had forgotten all about the key era are built. AU that remains i Js to '

' which was never used; until we had to put them together and tbo-buiiaiujt)./ I

rlorenCdrden wd leave. the house on account of my; poor rises up like a'h0use-ot block.

IA.ultidr'ot"' the House ton'Ihe ."' cfc.' uncle Then, I went over. the keys to ,Every piece is fitted together and Turnouts i in Town..

'J 1CoIVrltht.9elvLTJto'wrtBOnn.r'.eonLI I the different doors by an old list we numbered before It !Is taken away from
: had left by the man'who had the-plabl'r01'e the' steel mill. So exact are:the inoasnrements :
CIl.\t"TER. XXLContinued. two. mon'sl voices,, -.nh'rJ' they presentlji' my.; Uncle and H was, then I that not even the drilling of

L I.cauglrt! ;slght of'two"men.. the one apparently -. inlssi.. the key and remembered that a bole 1* ncess'ory for flttlnff-tbe rivet
The other man had already looked struggling to get away from' I hnd'iiot seen It (Tor'a long time" which fasten the plates and girder Aont tt 'StandardUil C'opauy1. }I IK

"Into the kltcluHi, ,aod they now. proceeded the oilier, aud the second eudea' voting SljT!' Ne.Y1'lo'made"' few notes before together. The watchlike precision<< with [ -
to to bold his companion' back. In the _
enrob the suut-up drawfiig- he went on."Before . which these parts are made was showi
t room. Clifford heard .tbem a* they dnrknens little more than this was visible missed tlic in the construction of oho of MICRO

t moved! about-beard the molar of tho ) to the three men'In the gaj-dcu butt had stuplrlon yon, of course?"key ;you had)." .. buildings which I I' now*being,erected .-

pll d-upfurniture'_ being" }displaced.And !t tlie.pewconiers-were near: enough for "* In Chicago. '1'.
Nell bowed her bead In ssenU'j.:'
then'a moiiiout liter,, one of the their voices Jo; be recognized "You needliofthlnk';," said -the Onu of the, large cross'strdors \vft' .KISSIMMEE t
policeman ran'' 'up the stairs diid 'Let me go let me go. or,-by-" map missing la the frainowork.of the second .
jlatrnte, )iarply"that/ making.
passed Clifford. '.. tb -'latter hastily Before Wliad beard tuoretha& tlilSClifford' your! !
floor, and though it did not Interfere
frank admission of yore suspicions
t came down., w'ns'' straining; his .*-,..1'8 to
Urn framework
with the placing of on
do the We
can lady harm. should
any EOt7TE.
t A* be rea1 ed:tIJe ;toot of the stair- pierce. the, gloom, 'full .
of excitement .
y ease Clifford -whom Ilia man had suluted > quite sure," ,* wasworried to kuow what hud become

.Insilence_ heard a sharp rap at -Why; surely,". cried ic, "that's of It., When the frauiewtork\ had grown: STEAMER ROSBADA.,,
th* door of the cloned room. Then I bopoliceman George Clarls's voice! "I am telling. ;you all I know, said STEAMER LILLIE r
.- ; Nell,-simply. as hljthj tbe sixth or seventh story Captaln Clay Johnson. Sr. Captain Clay Jo\tnaon. Jr. .
tit The two
ho was upstairs rallied. men were now near enoughfor . and the- missing piece bad not keen /
to his "downstairs CUffol' distinguish the the herself saw that no concealment to Basslager and return. Roseada leave Klsslm-
quickly companion : ,. juan found around tbe railroad yards or Regular'weekly trips
"Bill go outside and:wait under the who was holding his companionback( ,, 'a" possible any longer. And surely heard of from other he wee Tuesday morning and arrives Klsslmmee Friday evening .

"window. Thl. 'side" of. tho Loueekl and .to recognise him as.llemmlnc. ,lt) .Minn Bostal were reallyfound\ gull. :wrote, to the steel any l will describing source IIns Special Charter Trip to Lake pkeechobee and KOrt., Myers on1 the LID!'..
The* second constable went ty of such"unlikely crimes: she- 011,11ba.e' \ ; reasonable.
1 .
gblckr! forward -closely an possible. ordering (that It Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates
The police erlrC, dashed. out by. a, the struggling pair came within the them. been mad .when she .committed' be duplicated.By J/. The most picturesque Waterway In Florida.
the front door without second's delay garden ,. to the assistance of his / ,
a gate n the return ,mall .he received ( For Passenger and Freight. Rates apply to .
t while'theman who had given the fellow. At the same moment Colonel "When did the Idea that MUrf Bostal following reply: the CLAY JOHNSON SR.. Proprietor.On .

direction burst open the bedroom door Eostal thrust Ills' band through' Clif 'coin ml tied 'the thefts come Into foul "As ground space more valuable In .board "Ullle," Klsslmmee Fbx. ,
'with a couple of blows of his truncheon ford's aru. as It for support. The mind for the first time'" .t It
Chicago than here..In the' -
country \ve
;, : Clifford in perplexity,. ajid alarm young man hardly noticed bis'action/ ". w'.1he..remembrance: of the for-y'ou. We I' "
terrible are storing missing glitter -
rushed out after the sergeant. He arrived so deeply absorbed was be In abe.problem sensation she bad experiencedon !) :
know that wouliT'neodn' derrick
you -
1 nearly as soon as the man be presented by the slght! of the tlJnt 'memorableoccasion' caused a

f was..following whom he found'groping struggling men. tFof tile ldan whom frown of pain. and distress to-contract" out on. that would floor have and,kept 'the girder e.YERQ MAN HIS OWNoOeTO'R.. .
so room. 11'11LahipIt
w, *, amoug the evergreen bushes both the policemen now"'held.>v,,a.. In- .,Null's pretty features. after you the remaining stories hllbetu By J. Hamilton Ayers, M. 1:>. ,
which grew thickly''' under the wall of'the deed no other than GeorgeClaris, "Jem SU..keIs..the fisherman who-. '

old bouse/; wild-eyed\ 'Eerve looklug with'strag Sbe stopped. completed.. : .1 -600-pag. Illustrated Book, containing valuable Information peP
; A succession of feeble moan i.' s of a cling beard and'unkempt balr "Who was murdered. Tes. yes." -"" The mill men bad figured cQrre.u'y.olItbe gaining to disease of the human ivstom, showing bow to treat and ,

weak creature In great agony: broke' And he was crying out still with all '",",1:IIe told me be-had seen the thief." bonding hundred* -of uillea awnr. our with simplest of medicines. The book contain analyst of
his "Yes.. 'That out at the anel.,flm)-.fflr upon ear as he turned the corner of the force of his lungs: came lnquept.Well eonrtship and marriage; rearing management

ry ,(the -bouse. "Where Is she?. Where! la she? Let. ?" : In.position 'even If it had beenon I I. sides valuable prescription., recipes, etc., with .lull complement: ..of ?
it And the sew her I !. Let her!" the ffrourfds.. ou''ntsouut! of. the derrick. modica that. should know', .
at same moment he tile me sea say me see "He told me that the tblef was Miss facts in materia everyone
,t constable who'had burst open the bedroom "'Vb,.,.the poor fellow thinks you've Bostal; thai be had seen her come out .-Chicago Tribune. I_ This moat indispensable adjunct to, every well-regulat.d household fill bmailiul. ,

door J leaning out of the window got hIs niece herer'crled( Clifford who of the Inn on the night that an attempt" .. '--.' postpdd! ... to-- any'. address' on receipt Of price SIXTY CENTS.
of Miss Theodora's room! seemed to understand'in a moment the was1' made to rob Mr. Hemming." waR s OF WISO M. Address, = .

4 "What ''She has not fallen-tbrown mystery of tbe nocturnal knocking 'When did he tell you. this?" Pride I is the' master sin of tile devil. IIS Loin STRKKT,
herself-:-.."-Stammered Clifford. Old disturbance (f which the Colonel 'On the afternoon of tbe. next day." ,-E., II. Cbapln.) ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE TAe OA." '

But-even as. he spoke-the sergeant and his daughter bad complained. "Why did you not. say this at the In.
parted the bushel with his arms and Colonel Bostal made"no answer but quest;? Why. did you let It tee' thought Sloth maker-all things difficult but .
tumiD,' the full light of the lantern he he threw one rapid glance behind him. ha meant be bad seen'your'. '. industry' all thlnlselllrJ'allklln. .

T carried upon the ground beneath them Clifford followed his example Instinctively Nell looked up with tears !in her eyes. To cultivate kindness J. a valuable

fi1'. showed the little figure of poor Miss and an Involuntary. exclamation '"[-waa, In great difficulty. I didn't part of the business of life.-Jobnson.

;i 1 Theodora lying In a shapeless heap. escaped his lips know what to think (''even'then.. I Hundreds would never have known FIoridaEatCoastR y.

i t. -Oh. don't! Don't touch mer'! she For: JUiss Theodora. had disappeared. bad always thought Miss Theodora so want if tbey bad not at first known "
whispered faintly: Vs she""felt the good and besides she had been so kindto .watte.Spurgcon, .--.

+}, strong light thrown' 'on her face. CHAPTER XXII. me. that I didn't know what to be. I will govern my. life and D'lT' LOCAL. TIME CARD No.. 48.. In Effect.April II 1903.
.. "Don't.toucb-mel I My leg Is broken Sir Neville' had no idea of let- Hev0 myself. It was all sx dreadful. thoughts as It the whole world were :'

'. ;rr.; ;and--nomethlng here." ling his admiration 'Nell Clarls's and I asked myself what she could do .to' see the one and read she other. OUTNBOUNO-RKAO POWN. TKBOUNO-EAO UP. 1f

r Her right hand'moved feebly. up to, pretty face' save her from tbe terrors such 'things for. Besides.:her manner Seneca. V '______V r -- f i
her and of examination. Stlckels N.... No.SO I N.t3 ...11J k
chert then her head fell buck. a most rigorous when I told her Join bad improve STATI3N3.:
\ To the golden moments of
"Site's fainted," said Clifford. "Poor When she bad made the admission threatened! to tell tbe police was so'cocJL' >&.Ily. Dally, . Dally: DeU7. i
and. catch the that
opportunity good
,i ... little worn; nl. What"shall we' do? upon which; the whole matter hinged; She didn't seem to be In the Is within our'reach 18 the .great art of .105 La.laeksonvlls......, ..........Ar T' OaT t
.' .. -:Bbill I fetch a doctor?",' . and bad broken down Into tears as a : least 'concerned about It. How 6 0455 ............... .8uJa..ILao..Il1..t..1.v Ta i 0S ...
life.-Samuel Johnson. J" 10 56s.. ....... .... ...t.Auftu4Uuo...:........... ,. 100. I ill' .
1. c "No sir; leave that to me to do that consequence, lie''gave' her very little was because she meant to e r I 11 lea' ..; .'............ 11 ei lug........... ....... .. Ua4Ma '" J
1."' replied the police sergeant promptly.I"You time to'recover her composure before i get him out of the way? Oh. I cun't Every heart that has beat strong and 5': 11 sia... .,. . ,.'a'atks." ...... .... .. ...... & .. _!: ; yr
stay; here while I send for help: he went on In a loud, pompous voice; believe It even now I can't I can't. cheerfully has left a jopeful impulse .: d ffi '11 10-p Ar. . ,,.... ...' .1'.Iatka......a.,..... .. ./ioa 11.P W' :0II 7I.
behind it In the world and bettered. ille&Lv. ...............I.VraUUu': ... .... ....... .....A Ifea ::
some one._ _close by, will go for \}ell, and so :you admit there was a Why should she do It, unless she"was .: - .. C Z
". t S ... Ar. .............. n flue..r "'
person in tbe house at the time Mr. mad} And there never seemed to be a the tradition of mankind.-R. L. Stevenson. 11: :) .. ....-p.. !.iialfpl L...:...... .... ... Han Xaieo .. .. . =A t SOP" ICa:
went wa)' golekly;- leaving his King was robbed of whose" presence trace of madness about her. .1 always 0 ;: .. DI / ... ...hw...... ....... .,......Lv ek0a t 1I'I.. D_ u
.. .: II p ....................Hunnello..................... 4p'e .
Clifford looked down at the there' nobody'but'yourself; ; knew any thought she was very clever. We are; continually closing tbe door Up . . ...... ........ .,. ........ 4Maa /p ii"Srr". "
f Withered lace, and ho, fancied he thing. Now. what was the name of Sir.! :Neville smiled a little at her Ingenuousness. against the'ueelr of opportunity, because sr I tp. ......... .. ......... Ormuntl..Dup'.nL..I.................. ...._ !, p ...0
c. tip I ............ .......'.DaytJtna ....................... (9P :Oh'1.A
6 flicker of the' eyelids.; As ,that personr' Nell berself'mlRht not they; wear a garb that seemsmenacing : NP..... .. ... ..;....Clr'Qranlt........................sue) '
be bent his bead to look closet:; he was Nell looked .at 'hIm 'reproachfully.lie be vory'clever. but assuredly she wasa or repellant to us.-Hamilton !:- 11p . .:.. ......New. Smyrna................... Ilp O"'D ,,
S .. ...... ....... .
.'.surprised by; her faint whisper In his knew who it was and he'might loyal-heartecr j. friend to bear the obloquy Wright Ma ble. 2 bl "1SI! p I I.011'..............:........ .Oak".. (4 a :
.ear.. have spared her; the pain of having to which the affair bad,cast upon A man is relieved and gay when. he OKU..- I . :;\...........:..:. > / ''I'"Ii2TED. !

t'\"' i1. -"Iam chid;'I d-sblrlDurmui-ed.; state-it herself- he waited she her. lt ouHi.tbouht of.clearlng-her- lias-put. hi."beal't Into-.hls-work.8n4. 10 aeC: > 1 toff 60 ; ?up -...............'...........Kau. Ie..

'aidz without opening ber eyes,, "that said In a whisper, wbl'h-wa. a strong self by betraytngjier friend. .''b tone his best .but what he ball saId or' .: III 1.111 I. 2pp ..... ., .. 1 P.p iJ fN. e'V
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CD 1. II .. 1 '
this )bas happened., Nor now they can- contrast vo the magistrate's* tones; But this was not of course, the official done otherwise 'shall give him no V 601'p .....?............1". ',. II Ste>> > Y*
__ Y.; ant wake me give evidence against "Mis Theodora." view which was the view tie was peace.-.Emerson. '.pany: I1.& : .) 'ill"I' I150a< RE' ACTRS
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f Ia li Ta
: peer.Nell. "Mis Theodora Bostalr''Yes. bound to take. He1\coughed severely, tfEr(:Hfiastrophff'' of every play I'I Jlt: .... I" I IIp.'t.l'l..r!: ,I' 10 44. th > .
I = 9
'''M dear lady said ." 11411..I.
h t ; Clifford the and gave her a keen look. : caused always by the folly fault a: w _I.' 10eaAZ. ..

.'"J'.' ; same ''voice, "pray don't trouble ;your "And how came she to be' there "Don't you. think,".be sold, "that you ot,,,.man!L tbe redemption. I If there or _be ..r Ik'a a5.a .r.. ,................ Sobs /1I'' 19 1111.'.e.02.. : YO
.ahead about that now. Nell will be all without anybody's knowledge were bound;'In the Interests of Justice J II. p ;;..;r.i..Tri..r. Won 1 p I Sea "/
any, is by; the wisdom and' virtue of B"p 5f6a .j'1 .........,...Wool I' Ua z'.
Fright Nell for It ;TED.TED.BRANCH.
SUI.t It" ; there :, .
I am seeing was no hope
to be frank 7" . .
more a woman,' and failing that there 4* kPI45 $ p. .. i...............Boyn p ri'l"l! 'In the room above, dried her eyes and gave the following "Oh sir does one'help the Interests :II: 1065 17. ..... ...... .... .. :>f6l. :a
U. .:! hearing the none. Ruskin. ... eeia ............... :... & ..'I J> I ( aTO >_
voices, looked out. account composure: -jastlce, against one's friends?" tSSa f Ip...,..... ..... ... . aT Z
,-"Has she cometofhe! asked Miss B stal' had for some months "One ought to," was the prompt reply Examine yourself whether you had .a .60. Up .. ....... ......?...Lmon 1 r tlaSOnKDtTLES i
I .. .............,. . .
rYe-e..." answered Clifford doubt- been In the habit of asking Nell, from .- rather be rich o- happy; and if rich 7105 IpAr. C _flee

- y fell,...". .. time to time to let her sleep with Nell "" be assured that this' Is neither : OH! BIIANCII LINES.
"And 'asked
then too .nobody me
.-For again she lay with .immovable! for the night:, on the plea that the Colonel a good. nor altogether in your own
any questions Implying; 'auydoubt..otbl'r. but if happy, that this Is botha 8..J1'rOIiLD: OHA.NQB CITY BKAIICH.TtoTsl T flQ
>>, But as. he spoke an expression had stayed at Stroan and that power;
They took !It for granted that I
elf t intense agony. came ,, over tbeplDebed. she was afraid of sleeping at Shingle ; good and in your own power; since No. IIPally M 121
;: thin feature and he saw that End all by; herself, She had beggedNell was the thief the.jury; did and every; the one Is & temporary; loan of Fortune STITIOXI. D"IL Aall I Dally 5TATlos.. Ddb I>atlii
body. You remember that:, don't ;you} nfirT ..,.......
will. v.'Itn.Tt r 19
with the return of full consciousness'bad not to mention the fact even to and tbe other depends on -Epicetn ( y
Yes,:Sir Neville did remember that. l a LT............Mlina i.......J..AI- I or p t MP 10 tOe LT.-N. 8mTrna..Ar, Or
i come, > also tbe sensitiveness her uncle alleging that if it were to t *. S Um.Ma. Lv......... OUMIL >....,.,....Aril Ha 0 1 y U II I a Lv. Lake Ilo'oa'' .Ar I 1
; .' her father's house And looking at the candid and sweet 5 '.........XnMrprloo.,....,,..Aril IO a f S 11 toa Lr.OrannClty.Ar I t
become known that .....,... .....,.... Ip L p Pna.y5adey
Ita.pala..down face la front of him he wondered bow WbM Ho Might 8aT.. e SO a Ar. B nf.-r4 Lrll oo 7 i_ II 4 6 s Ar Or.City Jn.Lv If/O
and isk'be' Colonel for was sometime) ,left unprotected !It such .
'sI1.e brandy>> ," called out Clifford.. would certainly be broken Into. Nell his brother. ba magistrates: had been had Member of the budget committee, ad Nait D, r :YPOR72:1I1ANOIr.- : Ho. ItT4Sa Nil. 20Sun.. Matt
asses, and forgot that ho been Dally .
:;;";JhrI:;.the' constable did not, seem\ to had seen nothing extraordinary in this says the London, Chronicle have .been only. only. z.SanMa Only.H ll. "

:.;......\, ,,He still stood at the window And.had. readily\ gives shelter to ber one" of those" asses himself. I'eatlns.tlome) amusing anecdotes at.a Cop 10060p p LT........JaokaxmTlllo .. .,., Ar. ...... lOp
Iseklag down. Friend OD -baJt a dozen different occa "Well be sald.-ln a more pomPousmanner recent meeting, with a view of llluSratlng ; N 10 UaID OSp "s55.Lv..So.J.oka-nYU1.l., .,. T ITaTcaa tip \
than ever "you really gave tOp Ma 105abvni..PabtoJteedl.) .....Lv.,...... 11 btta 610y
Clifford repeated his words and the sions. that economy; Is not' alwa.spractIJed f"I' 10 t.a 41p 111.Lv..Atlentlofeub. ,.I,. ..,... .. 7ooa Mesa
'....1..10.' evident reluctance moved ". beU '\'e''you' were |In the'h1 blt of your evidence so very; badly with such with' a* mucb. care as could # U p not a 00 p 9..a Ar....... ..ICayport .. ...;.,.hi ....,.,, 5 06 a 11 (0 a.Th I45p
absence of
an apparent stralgbtfonwardnees
train the window Miss Bostal glanced ftolng. to Shingle) End every; morningand. that there was some be wished. A former minister of war ... Tlmo. Tables show the lima *t wlilob trains mar be .*i>MiUd 'o rrtT.and depart
Of and turned.her"head.with quick;, evening; that you were on IntImate' -. for their mistake." . was the hero of one This officer haying .
Mra-like motion to Clifford."Are ..., )terms i with"hertitherand her. ,- been asked whether he could not ." ,
'It was becau I was so miserable
.any of the policemen' 'still self.:and that :yon would chat'with bet contrive to cut his fstimatee down a t

abeatr sue asked, rapidly;. about everything; that. happened at the sir cause more In miserable a sort of than way; anybody I knew the be- ;. little, promptly replied tttat the thing KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
; Clifford was about to answer In the Inn?" V was impossible. .""Now tell us
';:; '' ;negative when the constable whom be ."Yes," said.NelU- truth.' frankly" continued the politician who PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.In .
"You should have let the know
.bad seat-for the brandy having dellv "And is It' a''' fact jthat the robberiesat i it. too." jury. was interrogating oa the subject _.L. Effect April 13, 1903

red his message with astonishing celerity the; Blue Lion always took place ( "if 'you' were to be condemned to be .

.; ,appeared at the corner 'of then when -Miss Bostal was sleeping under. "Sir. if It bad.been only the thefts I .shot. If ;you could not Immediately. LT Miami: aU II..Thur SOUTH.8JU.ID.: -............. II 0\. t.TSayan&Nnn.r: NORTH; ,I BOUND. .
the roof?" would] have done 'so." answered she..t'arne.tIr. realize some savings without disorganizing ArKyWMt8un.Thur.................. 10 nt ,1. Ar Key Wort Won.. M..V.V..V.. "e il"LTKey
,':' he comes with 'the ';'brandy" Only; at frst-said Nell, earnestly ; "I was !in so much trouble any of your 'services-- what IJyK..W..wa..Thur.B..a'nn..r1.' ....... ... ........ 19 tllea III' ,Ar Miami'.8a'T"e...8.'...............,............'..... 11.!'m! '
said Clifford. "The last time she slept there was the with jny_ausplcionsVthat 1 bad asked would you dor' ."Well in ouch a caseI .. !Z
<" But Mis of one ,of my; (rfend "-her blush', betrayed with For oopy of Local Tim. Card or other Information adds
Postal's' expression pain night :Mr. Kino; was robbed. think that I could dispense any Afent.
'cave'place at once to one of disgust; "How was- It that" you did not on her--"to come and see me. that liO.OOOOOOranc'." was the candid
"Brandy: ; !r' she exclaimed' "I would that;occasion mention your uncle I might ask his advice about It But answer <

.' aoe' touch Jt'' on any account.I bave that abe bad l been sleeping with ;your; before I had,time to tell him, what I

been a teetotaller all my; life.? J'Ilowcould It But'Indeed I did not was,afraid of the murder .happened. Tobaeeo !. the .tat. retle.' .
.Her sudden burst ot enC'r8'7.'rather' think of mentioning It, 'and refrained And then I didn't dare" A plngolar phenomenon of the Ant-

ti disconcerted' Clifford,') who '''was much because.,;, It would, have looked like "Well. well. It was a great pity" artlc region is'reported byi; those who

'relieved.when be yaw that the Colonel throwing .,,suspicionr: ,upon,. -, my'.- -best- sal"d''S1r' Neville. "You would ha..eiaored left 'the Discovery last March an4 .... .... ...... .. .. ...
;, ,was' closbehind the constable, Tbe I trlend.1 ;yourself a lot 'misery; and It sailed to New ,Zealand on the, relief .r

old noon came very slowly to the place "You best' friendr 'would have done the lady oo barm, as ship Morning, The bluejacket; each .

: where his daughter Iayrnd peered "Yes-.Ir: She had 'been'el')' kind you see. And. now J: want some Information of whom received a pound of tobacco v

,, over the boshes at her; f. : I to'm 4and it waishe_ who uncle ] It you please, as, to the night each month, 'found th mielves' prac- We Do Job Printing
f {.<,"TbeodorsJ' Are'you'hurt2''' Really1fcnrtr to send me to such a good 'cbo i.' :bt the murder,' Did you,or did. ;you tidily. unable'' to smoke In the open. V. i i -

!Ie'a.ked.lna.duJl: tone as If "011; 'obl! I tH.. ArUia.all Around, not'hear,any one go out of.the house ID that pure air, It seems, tobacco does

+ ,still too-much overwhelmed' by; threatening Doesn't; look''much like Insanity.," mnt- "or' come In; when ;you had came back: not'smell at.all like tobacco; even t<5th '

misfortune to>>.be greatly) troubled ersd:gJrTNevllkvt hlmselt.,'And;be wlth1MissBoatalfrom ;your visit. to. 'man i who Is smoking Itj; It'mrll "
i 'about anything ..Is.. i Continued blsx'Interrogator's: ."And Join 'ptlckels at his lodging?"' I "like\ burning rog*.',',.*o that ;st first 'DfAll Kinds |

"Hurtf'- she. exclaimed: : pettishly. .dht'not' ,tbe fact that the robberies al. "I dId' hear' ,something the smoker )uspectsthatLis' clothing iF 'I'T' I" ,

.: ,' "Of.course X am hart. overbalanced ways took place- when she was there NeILp: .. faltered J I. '00 tire; and.,tb', e 'nsatlooskon ,the "

4&yself,wbtleleanlnr.ut of! tbe ewln4om .excite.your/suspIcloD.?" rt f> [ "AYhat was Itr *! palate are described.a* highly; disagree-

( and..till Out nbd'harebroken "'No oh; DOS! |I never though} itheh { ."A1 aoet's' soon as Mils Bostal left able Uowcver, the pipe, bad, allIts': ;;; Can Please You. i:

4 sly"!it k"c+.nd\"D" rlbs-1oov. ..I' a tblnf: ( !? 'protested*:<< the V'OUugiflrl.earnestly. I mean: the. v V ; and .hut:": : .beloW' few drawswereappreciatedatnightIntho !
tIaIDk.r! :r.8l1.lIve ; .>y .. !v ,. 'In. deckhand even a ,
." take yo" Julloorsr' : Yon .U. ,I.. Bstal was-notin the SAC DId you "0. to see who. ltwa, ,,, ; tent. V

"No.O1i. noj-j "t1Leuefgy4."I' uwouLllwet )Ifioilse, to .sour knawVedffeX ui' th..c'u1011 that And.. opened, the door?" ;on a..sledge Journey. A <>:ai, ,> f ;!. :
too -
me. much Leave we ( of'tbe'sribSequCnfrobberlesTT" '."NO. //J I / !. ..! ,. .... -:.. ,
bsrw ,ll'-tbe doctdr e meL" ? "She waa not sleeping In.the!bouse, ""Ijsnppose you', had, some idea' IL A Map: Cat IB (Warble r" ", '- ,' \ (" ..-,
The'Colonel rnrned.'and so did Cllf- .Ir.". answered yell;looking down; ';...t yoyp mind about, the. sound .t, 'What. (The;;oldest'me iT 6f Rdttie1;\'\' (lrb' Is'PVeervedfirrtheTForuni'TJrbl ,

and the, constable For, they all ."Nowmy. dear Idle, Claris, be can- -wstt tr.J '"' q'ki : s *\ cat>',In1.
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Most naked plant renew both fruit anhn'Mrriess'wight < M...... Kennedy fancied she yd] see r fr t;( out; republic, ,.<*sfat, fTalOy tn btfg: ; :Southern-

'; flower : find : form.o1\JnManl. gatherlti*.on the edze A.P1Ao ;<. that, ,sbera should bi. manr fortune'

The, Vriet' *oul puck may in aomaBo re1ee)of.tenin pain oOh at'\'! :..* fewlto4s'4m,'G>e 'J' wblcb exhaust'i the 'nlttl'rialp'whictl 'j' .' ,

I / ftkSKxr;''. *", 5 ""s Ni | building." She raised her rifle. It It make competencies fop thousands' TlM fl ri rda< jy

r 'Time KO br.tarns, Cob cUanoc* eJiango.b jK were panther (to fire'would,:frighten; I' ME11CAN ': very rich menace the moderately f 1,

taw r .: be animal otnra11 *"t '** *.* ; wealthy,and thd'terr poor':Wtnaoeia!

_me."J; to Ial r eodt'bsmjer: hap, If the forms she thought. she. sawrtenlir'lhot .. turn 1btrlch-All' must bare: a.competency ' ,LOCAL. T I. Al 5 ;T'A .B ',L, '',EEFFECTIVE
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; would warn thelnrlinn :c- bZENS1hPt1 or1 hope of It. -

,:The. so*nt torinVo dothbat.reafi" *w{ *that the Inmates of the,fort were, Another,' duty 'of'American e clUsen- ..... .. ,[ JUNE.a8r; I.o. ..'
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She draw* her f.yortl"t\h..lo..t rbb; I wore of their presence 'and preparedo ship Is to adjnxt with1! like. liberality!! READ, p 'WN. le" ROAD UP.
Err tide l \biwe equal time* to conn AQd goeisl.t : ,
weave the-flue and.eoun. receive them If, Indeed. nODe were ... .......A... *'*** our .political, Idea of equality to our

riyboth "' ............ '\I' bit which abe hoped might be the case J I iH-lal\ .relations. Vltb a better: iu- tl A t 1' -

Ko>> ;joy so>> (rent bulb runath to aa end l. Ii. ;f 'shefired.'a\ would proTI to the ,RITINQ thti, IJie ,rtVprid's 1 ualntance with men we dad. tbfm .;S .. o} BTATIOYB: I k
nard butmny'tn .
tup r
No so amend ;
nij reds that ,.It'might be safer to jI.I' .Work. Auslln..,.vBlrruower lore alike. Tbe worklngman's' in elgence P.MIA:1f.: A. t. ;1' '
Not .!w.,1 foil of leaf;nor ever spring! way than to attack. She was'almost : : sets down the principles rivals tbat ..of the proffsslopnl t.Y ... ..
Nor endlem oftbt Fen..eLel'llal day [n the point of pulling the trigger W that underlieAp'' rlca. man;. and the quallflcn lions of the hr.tlnn HOlt' 1I11O a..,....,ea..a..e?... It A....,............."..... A 4 a
The oddest bird a HMSOB find Wing. 6.6 :. tllll ..tla.r..M..y..YalalNa....:. .j............. Ly a ... >4
The nngl est storm it, calm ,.*ooi\ >. prhon it occurred to ber that the-fort citizenship;wnlen, elsays, ar0everytihere recognised. a .0 11.J f................... .ur Qrov..ta.. ... ..,....... ..:."u 1M a :.: 9N
olla-: may l >petng dark she bad not lighted the differs In several essentials "!ture. There are virtues In the poor 8 Y0. 1960 :: ...._. '.rtr.....n..." ... D..dlll. .......ieal....... :. 1 $ 8M'
Thai, with succeeding tarn, God temper: tallow' dtp--the' Ibdlank might con- from citlseoshlp' other countries; which the ancient 'Worltt.dId not arrow 8 &7 114 .. .........". .rr\.......'YI.nna..i..t ..f1V..l.. I 9 91e
OUI LUI, 118 .t. I'I!! ...f..............."...Vordel. ............ ......;.. a t .ail;
Jhnt man hope to. rite fear t elude after' reeonnolteynQ"lthat no" one and om\ peculiar. dudes ,"1'1IIIe ifrora Refinement, not..s excluslvem-ss ought I 'I It) .... 11,1.i .,....................,... l'ab( .... "''' ..:...... .. 1 aiiw; 898
. fail. may ; yet . -1!! wasthere'and would -go awal'JIrl! the difference which require special I at. I to be.tbe lest of Social. It t' Dut this...was1 not to be. The foVms .t.DtloB'noW' when our Institution* are republic; which in all thing Is ,Inluslve. 80 \' 18 II '" .,.;.."..........h..AAbburA .... .... ;.a:...?;1". I. III a
I A ch'nnre! may'wia that by miicaanee drew untlr.he could distinguish One not lose hP respectability 65 1'IIO.J .'.}1....... ......."", , TlftoA.---. l9 sets f.
was ,
Tort; nearer receiving general re-uamlpaUon.ant1 II dyes III 4 10.11.111 ..,..,. .. ..'............... .. .,...... .... ...ia... l1U111 Stet'
The Tier thar holds no tikes little one from another. She raised ber rifle are.sjubjected special strain. through. In tUIs country b3_.pllowing' 1111 4910/4 .A ......l...,. ..... .. @ .,.,,..... .......".... lsot 6M d
fish; great again, aimed and flred. '.A:form'leaped'!; .thfta ewpt'at'expansion,' 7_ others to:tie .respectable--! : r. ;degrade 943,486 a. ft. {.,...:,....i.:.u. i:..!. Ad.1"felt .......'........ 1111411 848. ..
1 In sonia thing all, to all thing none. art into tbe air there was a shriek of pain An American, having a great conn- himself by mixing with IU\I-11\ y' pe p1.?, 9 'e aan "........4;r.r..r..... HrtptG........;,. 114 11 .NI-p"a', :.
1o 10 905 4a r A r;+ ..., ........ Yaldaa
LI Few crowd all they; need but none h..U the and hurrying of footsteps back to the try has wide..relations In his patriotism. ,Nearly every social problem that,now", P.X. al . '.....;...u..............., ........'.:...1......+anLrll081i 111,0111, .8081...,
I. wish. )v shelter of the trees. Mrs.. Kennel1i'qult'kli.'i'elooded lIe loves something great, which confronts might be .o1nd-b.lm.., a.7 a 25.1., .'. ..........".......... i. .7Iow.......... .........,..1.., 0 2 10 "
L. TTnming'ed' : joy here 1 to> no man befall; her rifle and.' know: la Important in the character of a ply' a return ot the people to a manly a.211 .10 ............. ...........I'\U'frO ..;.,.....: ,,;.......... .. I' I"
Who least lath ome who and sense, wblcb 108 e"wy.i..1.a'; ..Daltter... .... .,.. .ti .,. H .a I'
; mat hath Ins tbe tactics of the- Indians, made people. When man must fix his affections JJeneroua.OJmnon ,
never all. 7961719 ,.;.? .................Vott.r .......:..a........ .". .. a sIe
-Robert SouthwFll.s elrcult of the coom:and looked: out of. on the 'small4ltends to be' would enable them to er.Joy their' posesslons 744 7'73i .. ......... ...........4.ra.orcl..i....... ....i...., 811O'as
.s, : the portholes-there were four. ene on little Aim One Is': idetsured by what without a cacrlflce of taster -y .11 .810.te........:................Jaokaonvllle".., 746 7N
1 .ach.ide of the fort-to see If-an" anproadi one loves. With our vast and opulent 1 1rp llll'&s. and at .be'; same time'mattesltch'bnjoylhenlf -t.LiI I..x. P.M- a.M'P.M. '

was attempted from any, other domain we need never be ashamed of more common. IA. : 1
---- 44lLrv.f..a.s
;; : : Tbe''American aim Is simply tile wel {...Yaldoalar..4' ......A..IO 16 '
point, She could see nothing. the object ofour affection! but can be' Ii H, .. ...... ..... ........ .. .. ..... 10
he ou itt(the J rtdiarta: I Another contingency now presented it enthusiastic for our, country..without fare of the. race In wblchwe'hete enlisted a67 .5118 ....'...............\........,.1..111.-... .r.avu.e.r..rn.......tiLv108... 1e1007 "w
self. She no sooner thought;of. It than seeming:'ridiculous; -Tvhleb. a Belgian a'part'et tbe race and ale trying .It OIlB ... .....,.......... .uJasper .. i. ..., .... ........ ". 11818
.- for all others. 6111 I. .. .......Wblte Bptlagsr........ .....
.. she emptied the mottrnss on her bed or Portuguese can hardly be. to stand as an example 7u " .sari ... : } II I
100 ." .. ..h....;.;:..... .eCity.r..n.p..4.H all I.
of its tuffilngs :of geese and turkeyfeathers Tbe first t "inJr-H n TOnnran Held , dntl.e.a.....:;............: sic 7 a9
ldd. Into the fltcplace., Then' to citizenship Is a confident pride of country A Wtorjr of Ulnwell.Disraeli '. .S 1:7': alII "...,.............. .mPHA Clty...........t,'........." 'I'
the 9ttdslttns at Bap.! be prepared for an emergency, she that Iroe.parollel::; with love'of :who had never brcn to it "8110 880 !' .}.. ..."............... Hampton .a..................1.. i ani 'CI .j
made >,r n university, had not 998 10/1/ ':. .................;,..Or.odl"'h" '"''''''''" ,, .., '' f e
J awakened her little ones; and country a pride that la well founded I" ..... . .. .. "
-- reverence of this' sort Into ; . ...l' .............. ... &t 611
them stand door, ready to'run iad flossed:: 10111 1161' ..... .. rft. ,
near the and hones; so,that American feelsa *" A.r .1.; .. ...... .I'.I.\tr.,1, .1 Ii
X the southern elope of a for the timber If It should be necessary satisfactory self-respect' an Amer- him In hl" youth, ns, the following l.M.l'.M. : I..){. P." '

: hillside, about flfty-flro to attempt to save" flight lcan.-and,seldom gets anything but respect reminiscence' of him recorded. by Lord 8ch.dule of the AILY.aI RouOd "pixie Flyer"' .I..p.. -:

O mile west of St. Louis andmidday Another".clrcult of the portholes was 'from others. He csnnot: be ensllyrldleuhd. Jufferln, suggests:

.1 1 between the Illsnourl made but; nothing jr .was developed. ,, and h. seed not be sensitive! Tbe., elder, Mr. Disraeli being' as 1t lb .. .. ..a.V.RT..N..afatoam- . .a i1t
yet moi'e.'celebrated than blll-.olt/my pin .. .u. Yaidp.ta. ......... .. a 0' am
and Mississippi. rlv" After a few' minutes shots were fired about foreleg opinion scoffer'who 1135.10 ..;.?....;Tlft4Q ....... ........ 110 a.
era la tbo ruin-nail even in front of tbe fort. Mrs. Kennedy: would laugh/ at. the'United. States Is mother had batiualnt almost rushed to the porthole on that side and like the simpleton who would ridicule ilm..., But the IntrQhtctlon'Ollld: ; not a.0.10 ....r.. ... .., '.....M.eonr r ..u........L1' :1 '6 alaI 1
disappeared a .. .
11111110 ... ..... O. ot ..
be managed. Inasmuch as at that particular -' .Y.Atl.nta. G. BY ....? .... .ootm '
< heavily built Jog atruetnre,' raised her rlflo. But Ibe'dld not fire. the sun., Owing to our alze'we,' are moment )If Disraeli id 1001'10 "..:..........Chattanooga N.C..8T. J\T...;.:.:;...:. .0" a CIO p. '.j
known In the early Unya ,of tbo trblte She waited for one of those dnrk-forma not often challenged to ,fight forour; qusr'reled I abipin .". .?f'"n..Wub'YU1.. ....I l"r... to 110 aID .
to so that she'might Ore effectively .In words, for'moetan- with his father. One'fine morn- UtOp .'.j..MU'tl.a, ...,ri: a...."" a'5 _
maa'f advance Into Missouri Fort appear country even w.r.a. }
as None but the ruse fug: however be arrived with 'Jils 70sam. '. ............t.Louis. .LT.. VENt. 8.11 ..r.l..... .. 1090Dm I
outpost Only
Konnodr.! Thla of the westawand tagonists .eem..unwortbT of us. 71
march=? of was the of tbe Indians was effective and one three or four nations are ever" compared father In hU right'hand so to speak' "Dixie V' .r"1% wild train with through ooaohea and between air. :
clrlllcatlon the In ,Mr. Norton's drawing-room: ; atStorey's eon and Jacksonville, 6d oavrrlea Pullman buffet\ drawing room\ steeper, I etwaea Macon -,
scene of a battle waged on one side by or twd of tbelr number reached with ours;and we need not fear Gat>. him down on and Jacksonville enroot to.&)>&. from Bt. Louis Mo... via Atlanta Chattanooga
a party of iuaratodjng' Indians on the fort from tho rear and scaled a pole to the comparison then The American' Betting! Kaabvllle.Martin and Cairo. '-',_' '
tbe chair and looking at 111m as It IK.were . "Qnlok lite,," Is solid trujn between Maeon and and aarrles *
other by a woman, and tbo rcstflt of the roof.. Hearing the clatter, on COD accordingly Indulge a generous he Talatka through ooaoh;
of vertu of which tetween Maooa Jacksonville.
some object
which wa th> woninn's''Ictory. It roof, Mrs Kennedy 'understood whatit hlgb-mlndedness toward the world ; Hound Trip 1 lokot to ,
wanted to-dlspose. Mr.. Dlsrcall turned now on sale Bummer Tourist pottaaad to Atlaatl. Beaoli
was tbo battle of n woman for her meant and the fact that the reps without the usual tem'ptatlons to Jealousy and White Hpnuen. tla.

home and little once and for her own were daring enough to attempt the feat which characterize small peoples.A around: to my mother and said in' his WILLIAM.soxtaxn; ..w,Vies President, Mneon, O.O. 4

loo. Tbe fort also convinced her that they knew her second feature of American citizen, somewhat a"ntentloua'mAnner.,. )I"a.. Jt>KaoDBB, General rwwonfror Agent, Hfcoon,.Oa. J
life was yean afterward. lackwood I have brought yon my J. 11. Birrr.aT, D. P. A. Jacksonville, tin ,** l ,
superseded! hy a> substantial farm husband was away. She sprang front hip springs from tbe facf that, 'we rather I have become reconciled to .Lxncf A.. Bai.L.. Atlanta, O. .
lionsc the forest ha given way to the the/ porthole to tbe fireplace, flint and nre growing country. Great as we ,- -- .

ox and what -\vaa\juce: thick woodbindla steel !In band. There: was a flash .and 4"e. we expect. to bf) greater. Out'eyes him' my fajtber, on, two conditionsthe and- College'Board.for.action., Tire regulation !
that should
first Was
now divided into pasture and grain flames and pungent smoke from the ale" turned to the futureflnd our pride requiring cavalry oflcers'toowrr.

fields. A rallroiiel runs across! ono t.nth.rarollcd, up the chimney. Is. founded on' hope. It matter/ much see5,your thcj*second". tha| he.. should their mounts 'has root been 'enfor
corner of tbe far $ and In'llg1Jt of'the Howls of disgust and a quick: clambering vrbetbeY one is on the rising or declining pay. my > within recent )eor.owln thl un-,. ,

house baa grown tp.a ttirlvlnc Mis- : meblmneyroof'told that side in Ills feelings whether 'Author' Clipping Bureau.ItJ . certalnty-of .rvlee the poesirbitity

ourl town. The; ocnannts of the the movement had bt'n'lIuece..tul-the! his enthusiasm is a awelllngnoi1Te- said that not long ago a reporter that the.omcl might at anytime:;

woman who tough'and won the battle Indians whoMwd. 'started down the ceding tide. Americans are in tbe line took a' Journey of considerable length or Wii'iVijj be ordel th I'hUpplnea The

still own, .bu."ldo JiLt life on.,the .farm.I'veaaplIUWU chimney retreated from yio.hent! and 'of the world' movements going In tbe for tbe purpose .Interviewing a rising proposition) that Omce1 tot', '

aid, toe.11011:1'1.: the stifling'smoke. ,.Mrs._Kennedy: struck. direction In which' things-are enlarging. literary light .n* to his next novel. purchase any horte,.in' their command'Is ,

tribe of Indians that Inhabited the ter. ? Unlit to tbe tallow dip so lbat n the Our'country Is to take part in On reaching the house lie discovered Tbe life of a dime is only four or, said to halo ,been opposed by"'the

rltory At that tltife wvre rowing aboutIn Indians broke Into the fort she might nearly all events that are to come, the author 'on a'side porrli engaged! In live year., because it chances bands board on changes In the army regulations .

band hunting, the game season scope Into the darkness with her little .and to act with the whole world as an f'arnutt'on\'ersoUon: ,with a, little boy ten times while halt'olollar la moved altough approved by the'ea1 '.
while tbe assailants were temporarily arena. We have a before us Info airy Is claimed that by
from ono
being 'at Its cenltli.: The red men were odes career who had a large towel pinned around rued person's pocket. I
not friendly -wltli-tho CTer-lncreasIng blinded by the llgtot She' bad rather than"-behind fa, and enter'on his neck The writer received bis visitor the till of anotHeTT, adopting such JIt9D dlssaPsfactlon -

palefncp, and. In fact, looked on them just set the light on the table in tho .battlefields.yet to be won.. We are In cordially/ ; but seemed,ratb6r; ab- I would ensue among the meiCwbo .

a* their Inveterate, 'enemies.' ThQ centre of the room when there came a the line of permanent !'love .eDt..too.. sent-minded. Tbe faiileiJ'Tbcrmnld !is probably a' could:never be certain that they'would

'whites returned tlie'sentluient with In tattering at the door of the fort. The and not of mere episodes." Our arts "Are you willing to a little walrus with) Its head out'of water; In retain their-individual mounts. ,There"

tercut and collisions with hunting Indians in front of the fort had taken must have an Influence that Is to !grow about your' ,next Important' ""orkT'. this position It resembles a human :will b much Interest in the rroma-

parting of Indians were frequent. At advantage of the opportunity offered with, tbe enlargement of the countryandof asked the reporUv.. being,and bas n most unearthly and daton the Army War , '
the of tbe reds on the roof: to tbe world's civilization; so that demonical to this matter-The Army/
the time mentioned tuaraudlngs ,and b7 ruse The literary man clicked 0." ;pair ofshenta appearance .lit it rears Its regar "

murders by the IndUns bad been more secure a large timber and cbarpoigamst in making history, wo are not building and parted, the. boy.. n-tbu'lIbo'ul., head above the wanes.Two aI Navy 10um1' ,Mq
frequent than UIU'01. It was not the door in an attempt to a-fabrlfthat la soon<< to fall, but, one .J 1'
.. "
strange, therefore, that Mother Kennedy batter It. in. At the third blow the I that will /grow for centuries,. der."We were Just talking about Jt 811 tiny grass seeds hatingiprouted Hot a Clear Title.,

landing at tbe front door of lower half of the plank In the centre'of A third feature of. American citizenship lOU came up.." be llld. "Bob thinks I In his left eye Jllchnel CO.Cello. The word "furlough"1 occurred '119.,

the fort, should, feel apprehensive a* the door gave way leaving an aperture results from tbe fact that- our ought to'clo 1t'ltb'a'bowl, but I think .. of ,Ardmore; Pa.,, was taken to lesson'ot a primary frail

she peered down:,tbe' vista In (rout large, enough to permit a man country n-pres@'nt.'lIbwiL and, equab.Ity 1con do U' by iny eye What would. the Wills;Eye Hospital 'rblladetpbla.rferlng readIng the public schools, 'i'g#j

flanked'tipon either! side. by long files crawling through. Mjrt. Kennedy "so that In being proud of our coun. you advise ', You. ee"bla)mothl''I'181.' ".,-K tli acataract, that might Philadelphia Ledger The .

of >nnt oaks and hlckorle Sba and sprang to ;one Bide .of the door and try we'are'prpud of'l something good.In ways cut It.befme, and she's'away, justnow.'f was mowing grass askedilfao7 boy or kaa
stood ,with \lprol A painted. taking up the cause of the 'United of the '' .' r
her tbree'.11I1all children wer'ethe only "Touth'sTCompanlon, :k .. __ some\ _wecks*,agowhenVtho, : seeds; word. oJt'
persons at.tbe fort. Her husband had face appeared at tbe aperture but as States one takes up'tbe cause of right. r . lodged In his ere At first they merely One small ral.81 as

gone out that morning with his dogs Mrs. Kennedy'stood: close to the wall Most countries..represent tyrannyuor 'LVhj.u. Cel.brated. annoyed hIm for 'a '.few 'days;;, then, ken. vigorously In*the eagerness .<

and rifle In quest of game salted and and on one side 'and the children on some t.orm.of inequality so jfhat theircitizens 'One of the professors at Cornell1 University which be:...consulted a physician the urchin display his knowledge

dried venison baring become a tire. the other, all keeping.,.qulet, the little to be patriotic tanst be unjust was born I In'Canada. lie,bas, latter found that the seeds hadIpro.uted. be received permission to .pr k.,,ip

some diet. He had said be would ref onesobeying every. sign of their In Europe th..y'are; ommlttf'd however been for a long time a resident with the result above stated rose and with the; greatestau"Furlough { ij
mother, ;aDd, like young partridges! to the Interestsof theBourbons'or .aid: L.
turn la the afternoon but tad not of tbe United States, and Ida children .
.. and hide at her signal the the .Hapsburgs and stand for the aggrandizement . a'lnule. 't
to run
come. ready ; were born here.. The New York :The Juice off the Creed' pineapple la means J

Musing on tbo probability of ,her warrior isaw nothing. The; paintedface' of--prt)1leged classes.We Times relate. an amusing anecdote accredited In Java the'Philippines and Not .wht disturbed at the:i tstla9W

Tnisbnnd's return fearing what might 'was thrust further into tbe open. 'people stand' for and the nothing equal rights be better.ofallthe which the professor himself Is fond of throughout the Far ICot generally "Oh, no. do.n't." tbe small' 1 a** .

'hare not to think Ing and, seeing nothing the Indian ; can telling with blood fldently answered: ':
happened yet daring Americanism Is a sum of .virtues being a poison of a most 71 "
'on started boldly through the broken One Fourth of: ,July' the professor's "I have the at borne that emJ
?/ what abe feared Mother Kennedy standing for a principle. Our flag has deadly nature Health mentions If as bk'
began doing the chores that evening door, eldest lOll bad exploded early In the the substance with whh-b 'the Malaya so." Then \ tofd' .
which Is
meaning of approve. It
a we
Mrs Kennedy compressed her Jp! afternoon all the firecrackers that, bo night bring the book to',.
brings about a farm bonnet' She one's national t poison their krccses and daggers, and
work until blood was forced from;them and demoralising when ;sentl- had provided for the day. The youngster show It to ber'I
noticed as she went about the ate In conflict With one's private u "fingernail" poison formerly in
wten the Indian had got wellwithin meats and his little friends wanted more, The next came'with
that the and bad use aborigine "a"anese'Tomen ,
bogs cows come .up convictions., The liberals. of most foreign among mor&e
the room and was about to draw his so tbe boy found his father'and asked trl
from the range earlier than usual and almost universally.., Thello" womencultivated 'thebk
countries, are disaffected toward .
tomahawk, she brought down the ax for with which to buy a bind of an .
huddled about the pt>na'ap4 feeding their national institutions, so that many money a nail on eucb to. n be pictur
with crushing force on hi. skull then stock of fireworks.' :_.. soldier astride a mule'_
places In h.. manner not usual 'with of their best citizens Jive( notj? In the <*. -*; I. long; sharp point, and the least scratch ,
them. Tho, two ponies followed her hastily pulled him,, aside while death of "1 will give you the money my son. from one of these was certain ""death.! was prInte. "Going borne a'T 1lough.
spirit tbelr, country,.-but{ in hopept' ,
Indians thinking
The .
about impatiently. It was almost dark quieted revolution In America on (the If you can tell me what It Is that you -. . ,"
there' no danger their comrade -
when Mother' Kennedy "finished the that having was uttered nocound started ; Is a virtue; the good.are are celebrating" with all these tiro-'.. 'I. ,Lhasa the sacred city;'of Tibet ,.ls To.tai .' tb. WOTld.'

evenings work jind, entered the fort.: 'ommltted to 'oar Institutions/ and to crackers, replied the father. built on Mount rot a la near the mouth 'rifigure
another of their number through. "I'can do that easy enough.; .said the We, .may \adopt as, an
The evening meal over, the)I anxious be more of an American Is to be'att"r of the river::. Indus*. Tradition says It
woman stepped outside to listen. She But' he caught sight of his predeee.80rIn'death man. boy "This Is the anniversary of, the bad. its' beginning in tho.seventh ceny for the age of a man a \.
I and started baekulog fc_ ".* two hundred and
agony day we ,licked you fellows. S fifty, ;
thought she might* be notified of her I awild yell. Mrs Kennedy struck "Another circumstance affecting Amer.Icon tiny; but until recent years almost which Is believed to ,.
husband's approach by .his staging or nothing Wan" known of the city1 and'faa'cto
at. but only wounded him.. He ran offyelling : citizenship the fact that our rind a Car :Full of I_. provl.lnal acp ,
whistling for he was a cheery manor Its people .a"ChsJ foreigners were
rolcerBhota country represents progress. The traditions
of !; .
at the top tb N
the barking; of the dog. She waited from another quarter at this moment of our fathers have little weight Harrison Martin, a carpenter hatdiscovered rigidly excluded from within Its walls. .mor.ofsolar shrinkage .bnd"'o other*
unttl1t' and then suddenly a cave In Pocahontas County To Ushe Xarzuinof." Kalmuk upon ct
grew quite dark a pilgrim,.
the when pitted against our sense,
caused r a stampede of the Indians common seem to a of .
the cry of panther broke on there was a The world's best Ideas have a chance Va., containing an inexhaustible who twice cleverly roasted-to elude 'augg.t pr0. .
timber. A moment later three '.w
the still night air. It seemed along understood to be put Into practice. Thought and supply of ice. By what strange freaky the vigilance of the i_..rds, the.worldI ,
animal life
signal which Mrs. will continue to be possible
of nature the ice wai formedIn the ]
way off dnd -was:plaintive as the wallIng I Indebted for pictures of ,this forbidden -. .
activity machln-
and sbe in return: Ina 1ayealfkpre..trtId on the earth. Assuming two
Martin has
ofa child -ralntersr she said old' cave hi not yet explained. (city and for' much valuable these .
the ery; old'opinions, natltuUona. are '
few seconds her husband was at tares fairly to :the ct. <
built from the mouth of JDlca
Thar this ain't been nary' painter 'round" door of the fort, Which opened and constantly passing away! and ; the'cave passageway which is.high on the side of Information .ccu'erntnz'.Jt., : may take I that hum4u'rc... .
this 111)11 .
settlement all aumiiier In of revision. '""
a country Americanaare ,
shots filed one-thirteenth, Its
several were I of
although byj
I hill and Is marketing the Ice
rugged onlJ
again she listened. The cry was re. the Indians from the edge of the clearIng -; '!lndependent and aggressive. over miles of territory. Tho people living 1 lu summer homesat sense 'therefore, 'tna ,.}, .
many ,
peated. Ilerjrnlned ear. this time expectlng was effective !and the roaster Instead of being a led people Martin about.In Muskegon, AIlclL, were recently surprised , world I* young.-Tbe Academy.' ,t r
npne was prospecting an
; tbb sound; told her that tt.waia fort entered unharmed.. Hastily chained to preeedent.'tbe7 search! toisee what appeared to be a '..f
of the ,
aimless be sytbe in
counterfeit of tho crying of that the door and putting his for the unknown rather than try:to : ,way'wben: veritable cl. with Its fine buildingsand )'
barricading the aide of the hill The opening interested >
animal. The cry this time'was nearer children to bed. husband: and wife took recall the forgotten. him sothat, be declded-to . ,wide streets." In ' aUMMlR'KXCUR.I N.', J
too., In an Instant It'was repeated on aidesof The first duty, of American citizenship base resting on water -
station at portholes on lIe let himself down to I -be the:121 ",
It by a
the other aide of the Louse some dls watched till morning Is a liberal patriotism. Nor la this tigate. ., inner Via.the Central) -.f'O.ergla
the fort and trees above, and Railway,
rope from some >> on entering
tance away.but still nearer .than the but the Indians did not jeturn. Next feeling of magnanimity for lond.and was 'astonished to ,find,himself limits wer' 1" few.fet term .bor. '0"Tbe -
first "Injuns r'said the hardy woman."I numbers atone. American''pltrloU.mmuit while the western terminal ". '
taken to the 10t
the dead Indian was hall with : la
day In rant plied high Irregularblocks
reckon I better set thing ready for The wounded one be a love not of race but of many a on the horizon.i Report of the phenomenon 0 SUDm.r 1.
forest And burled. of ice. The Ice pile extended as.faras BOW .upon and }s:
the t.'qoMUo1
varmints kinds of people-of English. Germaps. soon brought, hundred to
# their comrades '
/t So she roped her way through the were carried away strengthened by their fortifications Italians, Irish Scandinavians..' Africans be),could seeandls.sufifcient. whole witness the of those W.t go tO ret a4 rer..Uoa.I .
Kennedys for needs of for ol
the big a "
The n city mt""Jme I Georgla"rWway.nowbag
darkness to woodpile In! (he yard wasfhefrtort Chinese"? indIan. and Tagals. Itmu.t present easily principal ,
;hrt never again .ummer.-\ew' all
; ale at of its coupon ticket
and s ccuredder husband's'azr: returned Louis Republic. be cosmopolitan American patrletlsnv .\ buildings and distinctive' t"ta' of o

and re-entered": tort; First, .. .-molested.-St., :
abe barricaded the door .and set the I ... Girl.-Wtk lama.Glrfs .4 a. ...'I I ', pnIt : : .MUkeg The mirage lasted for le .om In the nortb+ east and ,

axagalnsttbe:;' wall tobe ready for haYI larger Ideas 'now' than t, .A:more jprmedlateduty"of1AQ! { erlcenaltisensbip some is kinds stated-as otmuslc a scientific will'kill fact niosquj-that : two'.lore and gradually. faded. . ete'cities and linea.,rsortjvia

'emergencies.. Then' she looked; 'over theJ''u.el\ hare. and look at things an* one appealing dlrecttjto but'unfortunateiy away. e..oa sad .te..lp

her rifle ,and saw that' It ,was well in general ,.nkore broadly'an* tolerant*. the lndttldaa,1s apply) ou*.prfneqnallty toes, there Is no tea. U.most deHgbtfnl .I i

loaded., I She leaned It against the wall ly:.' Gossip U nolonger thai, sole con.venation elpl".r.',bt fn". 'Bd son to kinds believe of that music mosquitoes. -, Kansas will.killsome OBUeeV' ,....*, sort o" Souta AU atlo' tt.; 1

near a small aperture set at'an.angl l. that Interest* them,' but they IO'tifI1 ration" -JVVjB1: cannot! bave'tile Journal. City The proposition that every oacr'of Quick. and c"et 'boal*

to command. a view of the torte Then, discuss Intelligently ; nd >i.PPr cllite: peopll pollrtcanfVjtal If'.they are .neqMal the e.11 be 'required to. .w.I tab .t -.. I p II

,'without aaylng 'a word. she put her the; iffereutsubiectsof the,day add ;,fa.:'$h! ,.}'"pe ta';:' .WJ1J1a..n. ...... Hopeless Idlo*. own borse and that each officer be prlTlleged n aa..te,4catony

'little ones > to bed. This -done 'she I bave their own Ideas and, opinions canner Aav, the samex wealth;act rnd .The only Idiot that Is absolutely Dope' to,, buy :a; b to. his troop pom' H

looked or, rather, felt about for .something morttIUDP.-Th. tralnlpgJn.! sport has. poor dassta.belng.nnavoldabljis; also less Is the man who sits down to reason bas been made t t .Wal yowr aeareat agent or J. C Hal.

else to do. 'There 'seemed nothing dane.muck'to'- .brlus. ,., this.- RIIenl.W'try. OQI.- '| lnt lllgenl"a4 Ignorant."we bouta.'by thingout";with.a-woman..New', and wAibe referred by him !. W.r oral ....Acaat, 8n

fin \ Life. ".. all enancereduce Terk ... I
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Notice of Application for Tax
I. MMM--"- "' Epitome.J of the Do Deed Under Section 8 of .' If So TIT a Bottle of'CUftt

1 STATEAn;: Chapter'4888, Laws ROLLINS COLLEGE

ALL. AROUND' THE : and Sayings I of of Florida.' ,

m I tbe week. '' Notice I*hereby riven' that D 0 Lee. pun .
for PARK
\- "' re <<:! 1>> Chaaer of tax certificate Jlo. MM, dated Sid WINTER IfL-A.
dayof lull, A D 1HMI, Mo 443, MA/, *4H. 947.
;i'>>1>>Net dated the 4th of November A D 1WA, and No
--. :*n.S10 and 2IS, dated the Srd day of July, A D

Polk county has 7J;*white. schools r.;.. 1, Knight, of De Soto county baa ivoi accordance,made hN* filed sppllh.tlonfortax with qide.rUApate.lamy.ogled the Inw. deed to lame.: and In .COLLEGE ,-.., 1, \ .

with an attendance. )of 2,149 pupils. I The second Included 10,500 Vacres bald certificate embrace the following de l
nrlbed ,eltuated Oceola Preparatory School Music School
In County ,
'There are 102 teacher. The cost per lying just north of the above. tract Florida,ptopvrty to-wlf ,. ,

"' 'annum is Mt.'91. which. was purchased by Messrs. W. f5 No.acres.,6111.' Ell of XW(. 800 4, T'p 25 8, B 10 K, Ar So hoof School of.. Elocution{

The liquor dealers of Alachua noun. n. Whltaker, of Manatee, Garrett! No. 2l2,8mof: :! NEt", Boa 211, T'p 218., :a 110. JC.
... ,
ty have gone into the courts to 'havi I Murphy, of .Jlraldentown,' and the -40 No RibW/ of NWU.' Aec SO,T'p 'l5 B R m B. Business.School, School of Domestics andTeachers' 4 ,

the.recent looal optloDe1ect.lon la that. Ilapcoclc Brothers,'of Mla ka. No.No.247.14".NVV&tilt of-NWJi.sWft See sa29TpMIhas9E.The 99, T'p!M/ 8, R HO ft.. -

county declared. null and void.\ While In the oMoe securing the above date of eld the above lamtanre land of aald being.: oertlfloate aneeeetd In at the the Class Industrial Arts... We defy the worldto produce a: medtj

A dredge boat, to" be known a. the I Information.. ;' Mr. Graham was calledto name"Unknown. Alao lolne for the cure of all forms of Kid

Florida., and to be used In dredging the telephone, and from the conversation Sxy4 No..&eo.20(1.( .8W T'plllil%:. \\U'ft 80 of K 8EX, and NEy4 of W F. BLACKMAN PH. t). PRES.. nay and Bladder troubles,and dike

all the rivers in the State,.is being which ensued, we feel sure No. 210 SU' of N F.o< ot HEJ-f: and 8EU Of BEX;, ; ,, peculiar to women, 'that will equal. ;
on -
Ben 4. Tp WI'If. R 80 K. '
the Co., Jack that another and equally Important ,No. 212. WU of lot 2 Hoc 10 Tp 25 8, R M E. Smith Sure Kidney Cure Ninety '
built Merrill-Stevens .
.by deal W..OD and will be ,matured/ by The said above- land being ae iied at the ay: l lC.A. i eight per cent of the cases treated with i iSmith's
sonville. dale oi the Uauance of aid certificate. in the Sure Kidney: Cure that ha.Dnderopr \,
43 .d. the time be returns;.In fact the tdeedaDd' name of "J A Urelg. .' observntlonhavo been cured.",'
Mr. .Reddinjrtof jiaUlcei! ) Unleii .ald certificate ahall be redeemedaooordlng "
,py fI.""""
from abaLrAWto was ordered placed withtbe'Manstee.Banking te law tax deed w41l Unno-thereou We veil our medicine 'on a positive J
1,000 gallons of'oil carcasses Company 'leaving on the 10th day of October\ A D I\Su. -, guarrantee, If directions are folio wed '-,
sperri whales _.,,, Witness my ofllclal llrnatur and .' N.' C.'BRYAN,Secretary.3E3C .
,of th6' three recently '. CARSON, Preside and money will be refunded. If euro Isi, !
il with the other party to put on i seal this the Klral day of Bcpf -
stranded. on South' Beach. near St.Augustine. the touches.-Journal Man f'..L> ember, A. D.. 1_. not effected. :,
finishing; ., I > LEK. T' :: : : >1.00. For
'''Four of oil were NO M. Price SO( cents ftftd, .seOoeolsTPhartnacyi
? atee. _'_ w. Clerk Circuit Cou rt of 2
O. la Florida. ,
ce County
obtained.. n .
J. J, Hayman, of.Lochloosa., a naval : BT W. B JOHNSTON. D. C. .

The Reform Association In. Key t stores operator has purchased Waters & Carson Grocery Co. AmericanBeautyandJFJC. ,

We.t composed of the workingmen; 17,000 acres of land near WaWhula. Notice Creditors . w I

for the most part are taking, an ,,active in DeSoto county, and will begin operations Notice la hereby given to creditor legatee* -Wltol...I* and Retail la
: and distributee, and all pcmon having de
interest in :the city's politics.- at once. rn.nd.aItaiuet the e.tate* of Robert H. Lanler, 'Corset \
They have a full ticket out and<< will: l deceaaed.: and Mary C. Ljililer, his widow, da- GROCERIES ).."..
ceased, to prraeiit lie same,duly authenticated .
+: 'make a stiff fight in the Octeber elec. Notice of Application for Tax to the nderelgned.. wUhln two year from ----- Exclusive
date hereof aa prescribed" by law o her..lllothe.llmewill
tlbn. Deed under Section 8 of bbarrd': and all portion who designs and J

Mr. O.. I* Lemon, 'of the Braden- 'Chapter 4888;. .L ws quoted may be Indebted to make to immediate said estates icltlemeut are hereby. with re> j '! .COU&TY AOENTS FOR !U' latest fashionable t

L Hardware Company has' :developed the nndenlgned models.
town .of Florida.- This August 6th, A..D. 1WM f
'a fondness :for wild animals, NOSES KATZ.. JI.l Y ''Fertilizers 1 CRATESGRAIN Over 90 new
Notice li hereby given th st Baaf. pun Ai Admlulitralor of the estates of Robert H, I Celebrated
snakes, e C. In ,his collection la au chaser Tax Certificate I .1oan'.r and SOU.oIJuno. 1 tattler,deceated,andMary Lanler,deveand. I 1 and up-todate tatylestoselect
of day
dated the let day June.
ETC. '
near P. A. VAH-AOHKW '
rattler recently captured!
Immense 1W8, ropectlvolT; baa filed Bald certlfleaten .
town' which In my onloe 'and haa made appllnatlon 81..Gth 1003. Attorney.Notlcptof r Circular. e.d PrlciI : .
;: Made
e+ s_, and on Frlday( Rave,birth for tax;deed to lanie In accordance with law. ==- from.
to twelve snakes about 15 inches; In Bald certlnoatoa embrace the following do' //I\\ Paral.It.4..a AppllcatloM.HMPES : T from selected s,
1 .ftcrlbed property situated In Oeceola County, 1 "
length. This interesting collection Issecurely Florida, to-wlt; Application, to Sell wea r.w ell '
Cvrtlflcate No.: 1547-NW'!' ot 8WU Beo 80. "
Is '
netted Jn so that. there no and u
Tp :M B K 80 E. and Oertlfloate No. \iiw SK.i oi Real Estate.Notice fabrics '
i,, danger and Is being visited by large !'1!'< dwk BQ..Tp V "ft,R SO K. irlTon'to :FIRS WOOL. every pair't\ I'.
4 TlullI. a landbrluc aaioaied at the date of I* hereby all whom It mKyconcern ,
.umber.. The young snakes are genuine the Iasuanou'o'such. oertlflpatet In the name o1UW < that the unrteralgi ed. A t' Bearden. has our liberal
a. Admlulatrator of the Estate 01 Mnry it Leakedecraacd
ae Klahr and Unknown respectively
serpents and t'nleil said oertlncaUta ahall( be redeemed nay Country Produce a Specla.lt3r. ,
they began licking ont tbyelr) tongues according to law, tax deed will Ismiet thero October, A n toot, at 10. a. m.. apply Io the i 'Ask to see
Hon W R Johnston, County Judr oriHceola 'lt
on nt the 10th dayof October A. D. 1903. .
t, and posing to strike by the time they. Wltneoa my: official alrnature and.coal this the County State of Florida, for au ordor ui ell atprivate them. 'I

''were fairly Ih'existence,Journal. 6to day of tivptember- A l D 1V08JNk. M.. tate belonging sale the..followlrg laid Kilalc! described(for the purpose Roil K ofsulefylnsacertain .- ..... """ 11wWNVty/. hl!

enlisted f UKALl t Clerk Clrcn' Court molten1 and for the *np.
in the
Thoma. Grant
.who !
> Owcola County, Florida. plockf the minor heir), lo-wtl: Ixit One (I), Kalamazoo Corset Co.
11. S.', A..'during the Bpanlnh-AroeH By W R JOIINSYON, I). O. "F" of W A Patrick' Addition, to tho "
Town of Klmlmmee City, laid property l- lng Cxcluvlv* M.h.r. 1
can war and went to Cuba leaving hU Itualolu the County of Oiceola and; Sutu.ufFlorida 2
"t Pensacola returned td his Notice of Application for Permitto KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN
wife in ,
S ell Liquors. Wines This Nth day ot Beptember,1005.AKBKARnKN.! Sold and re>oomme>>d by .,
home reoentl'after U was supposedbe Grade

bad died of yellow,, fr ver five years _' .and.Beer.WHERKAVJ .. A* Admirtlatratorof Mary Leake, dooeaaed.the Kitateof : High Whiskey !! (). Stanford*. 1

ago, during which time he had not B Gravel. 8r, hai flled with ..
tbe Hoard of Co-ioty Commla>louer* for OncpolaComity .
communicated with his wife. Is it"any Klorida. hla appl'Catlon for permit Co BUY THE \ I .
wonder that. Mr. Grant who had in ell Liquor Wlnva\ and IIMr'In Election i>li*
A trlct One ol .':Id County and State: any oltlaen' Kentucky ExchangeAND
' the meantime married a cousin of the of uch election district' may show caun t."If any a
i the Board to held 1
there be. at the meeting
'supposed 'dead 'man preferred tbe on Monday tho 6th day of October next< why NOMESEWING E

company of the latter,husband. to' that auch permll. ahonid JNO' not M be LEE.ranted. '

,Psi of the first one? Any maD who will [1.EAL1] Clerk of tits Board of
County CoramlMloneraOncoola
1, leare'hts, wife Ignorant .of his existence Collate, Florida. MACHINE t's: : : C.Ap.g I J*>. Wj. f.i13SY

for five years is not fit to be the. By W RJQ1IN8TON.: P. C. - -- Mr1NAG1RI i.\

husband of any. woman.-Exchanges Notice .of AppKation for Tax Do not be deceived by thane who advertise l

A streak of- bad luck happened to Deed Under Section 8 of $20.00.-Thlg a fOO.OO kind Sewing of a machine Machine can for now have the largest stock of Wines,, Whiskies . 4 lt

,Mr,,John TT;Harrhfthe.other: day. ,eaya Chapter 4888 Laws be bought from ua or any of our and Beers ever handled in Ki limmee. All t

,the Orlando Sentinel-Reporter. Mr. of Florida.Notice dealer from 15.00 to 8.00. I C-- grades at prices to suit" the times. .- .. d
y Pespl--Wilfon''' ,was returning homeS we MAKV A VAMirrv.! 4'It
la hereby given that Mm A E Dawaonpurcbaaerof f -
from Orlando, driving two yokes of Tax Certificate No 211", dated the THE HEW HOME IS THE BEST. ,
aid day of July A D 1UU1.\ ha filed aald certificate I ,

oxen and. Mr. Harris three yokes' they tax J..rlo:: lame,in and accordance has made with application law. Said for The'Feed determines the strength or :: : :t' :CE1: A SEEOr..A.L:: : 'rY'
weaknctk of
Machine The
topped opposite. Mr. Shreve. place'to certificate embrace the following deneribeid Sewing (
allow their oxen do drink from the property equaled la Oaoeola county, Florida Double :Feed combine with other CTCTCr"A. . R -
to-wlt: strong polnu make the New Home "
'; )lake. Mr..Harris' Oxen plunged) right All\ Loll Went of?t*. Mid'B R Rt of way the beet! Sewing Machine to buy. H. BEARDKN rUSLPA"; t

put Into the lake' about fifty feet, e4-nlon:The' eaid IS land Tp 25 being 8, R%usual'B. at the date of Proprietor. wee..ev..asryitl .... .... .

*where the water is twe'lye; feet 'deep, the iunance of auch certificate In the name, 01I.t't litefor I CIRCULARS j Parent& I Qlff. Miuin "natgYl .fcafcy waTL.M...
and the, wagon/ being 'Very heavy : eeerttfcte hall be redeemed. t"according .we manufacture and prloea before. purebaalna; to My strength althevgh the
to law, tax deed will thereon on It.Mr. .
palled the tongue yoke down with ce. I4Mrut9
the led day of Cx-tober. A 11 loon. .1
swam out to the drowning WITNESS, official ilgnitiire and seal thli! THE REV HOME JEWINC HlCIIftE (0., - - .. t F .'.a.psrW. k.l Instead 01..1tItt. .
.Harris ...
the 29th day of Augut'A 1 OS.JNP. ..... .. tw .. cyvy d.y'il .
tatvra and, dove and pulled} the' pin M. LKK. I, c, ran. k4! .IIttItff JI>>t I Wle WI... .."Z:
....., ,Clerk Circuit Court >Union 8q.W.Y.,Chicago,Ill,Atlanta,Qfc, lOr
( .rfleMd
'... that. held the yoke to the tongue and Oweola County, Florida. -t.Ioul ,Mo.., Dall&a,Te....Ban Frauolaoo,CW wuk iA4 ... what II.J4 .. :

"i v. 'set the oxen? free, they, swam .art By. W B JOHNSTOHEj. D. O, '. ,ron .ALJ I' r .m.Jr.,1II. I 1414 to take fled tot. IIIedkIae gal was wry

-1_ ",' ound. and around got 'I1..rri.'uD- ElR. T. 'BUTLER I dewld..rsing. .esr lei tw..f sagth wuk.I gad eat ,;

i. :def them, and .h,' ,barely escaped i 01 bee MMV Blv _tit I tau aWe .. take

1 J drowning himself--. ':3y IE 11 "time the ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO A uP my tjaasl tluUca. I I.i. very ....... I
MtkJa -
... -- its ptalMWlneofCarduSrefnoroesUisoioMis'.

|'Harris rear yoke menaged of oxen to were put a drowned.rope: around. Mr. _. --- aell1I1t1L11N- -. I EFJ'Ecr MAY. 24. ll o1. : ALES' "'WINES BRANDIESWHISKIES G I' c

40 82 STATIONS :U 85 0_aeneration for the ordeal VwSri
(the horns of the lead oxen: and'with "-90. S alp 1.e.., ..... .. .....u.... ........1'amp. .......... . ...... ...... .. Ar 7 2\a 10 $Sp nancy and childbirth.'I. J ...TVj"iSa1H3Jsra,1sts
four 'shore two S13a .07P.L......... .. .... .,.... .... . .. ...... .. .. .. .:...A 8ZJ.. lI4Jlp ::t'tovaue:: :
help pulled..U oxen. to 0404 'Mp L.. .. .... ..(... .".........Lakelaod7. . ..... . ... .. .. ......Ae../550. Slap L L carriage. No womaa who takes WIAe i
i'!dead and one nearly so. Mr; C. V, 104."" 1121p Ar. ......... .. .......1I..lmmee.. .. , . .. .......1... 40.a 1.7p of Cardui Deed fear lter I
: 10'1I4..1208a' Ar................ .. '. .. ...Orlando . . .. .. .. .. . ..L...' 910. 711p
Tanner took a log chain and swam U 11I). l06a Ar .......... .... .. ........ Sanford ...... .. .... .. ... .. Lv 220a 626p E AND E
19M+ 162a Ar.. ., .... .. ... ....fung. City: Junction. .. . .. .. .......;Lv 126a bIll p CIGARS TOBACCOS ,
." :out where the< wagon was, put the .110., .;. .. Ar.. ....... ............. ... .. . .. ... .. ........ .. .. ..... ..L... .
; 'j;, olialn' around hU neck and dove down glop .M a Ar..................... ......PalIIa.. .... .. ... ........... ......LvIiSIp 8sdp she afflsr! =asfea
4.1101 180a .Ar. ... ..... ......... JacklOo..Ule..L.. .10. IStI' : l !
I. :'to make the chain. fast tq the wagon 7ir-w { ; S S I remedy to everr

:' Border'to haul' } "it,out;. but when down t. .. ...........:.. -..a'..:........8TATIONN Tampa :::........... d..... ... ... .. ...'IU II.'Ip Anheuser-JBuscl Beer l expectant mother.. )VIne "of .Cad*
bode the A to Ls ...... ...:..... ...... ........ ..Lak.l.nd.. .. ................... ...'.....,.Lv ,II/Op/ A .A r gla< '. the menstrual Sow t
.* water. he was unable\ to exjrtcate lllNa Lvr........."..... .............. .. Dade City. --r--:7-:7.; : .. ;, .. ... .. . .. 8 6/11'/
himself 11 2OaL. / .... ...........N............ ...brooksvll.... ,..,.. . .....L v 4 f9p ON. DRAUGHT AND
., ::, ,from the chains and 11 task Lv'. .. ...... ............H.. .....".......Lee.bnf1r. .. .. .. ..:......... ......., ,. .... .,.... 4..1p L BOTTLED. L
t could 'Jot rise with them.It:took Jther 11npLvi. ....... ............................... Ooal.. :. ... .N..h..L.t. .. reop IWlNEorCARDUL
a 40p Ar., .. .. ..'....y;.:..?., .. ...".. O.loeoyllle ... ... . ..;".-:................... ..Lv 11 .'1'Bprl'.p
41om1 fined efforts of the best awlmmers, .20uDLv.. ....., .......... :..;.... .:......High ..... .... ........ ....... ..... .L.. lyre O Can only be found in KIFsImrnee on Broadway .0 i
to bring Mr Tanner the" .surface '.a 20p L..;::.. .... ........,.....a f. .:.n.... ..Lire Oak;....... ... .. ..... .............. .... ", v10MaS yof
to Jllp L......... .........;. ................. .1.ul'Out. ....... .,.... .. . .... ....... Lv I..... Street, at the BRICK BAR BUILDING.. ,
,Vrt be,was safely I landed "though In 5.26 I'Ar ................... .... ... ........w.'o....... ....t...........,..... .... ....Lv 740.W O ___ f OR.T.BUTLER r
.. u.t.edcoD.iltJon. 8TA''IONS.' gPaSlOSp
i.. ,. .. ..... L.. ......:.;.,... ._ .... .. ....... . ...... ... .... .. ..A'IOlI\p.! .. .. +
't1", 07I..... ........,...,...f........lTantCiti.... ........... d........ .Ar 941 p.. .. '.. N
,tlaly of,' araziag Lands.t LI.T 151C 956p Ar......... ................ .Lakel.od .. .... .... ............. .Lr aoop0soalloalo27p : KALOLAn
\ tit t Lv.. ........... ...... ...,....Bartow .... ... ..... ..... ....... ..Lv 75op.OOa ,
{\ ,r.12Ma! L.,................ ......... ..Arcadia..r, .. ...................Lv 611 p.. .. ... .
'? ;A,week with iio h'lul' In TealiMtste u...,... I lIIta Ar..I.. ....... Punta Oorda .... ...... ... ... .. .Lv 4 cop... >OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl ooooo Cryatatllzed MI..r:r wat.r 1

i* exceedingly rare in the,office + lie ... .. ...'.' ,.... ... ... .......16TATION8..Tampa.... .... .................. ... ... .. ... .Ar aOSa.530pArr IlAd2opLv. Mature' Natural Reaaody J!,
.44 Col.; John' ,A Graham. Only reoentty.CM , ...... .. ./Mhat. . .:;" ... ..... ..Thonou.eaa.a .... ..... ....... ...... .. .. ...Lv 81111aDan A combination otmdlclna crystals containing '
Except Sunday. : ; ,

., ;Journal. recorded ,the purchase ., 110 a i lop., ... ... ...... ..... Jnd T.mpa Ar rod I.Ine.,.......... .... .. .....100a 8 lOp the ( properties I'
. .... .. . .... .. .. .. ..... .. .... of the waters of four noted
: (H large Immense tracts by Mr. Orat a 110 a.II..!IOp.- . ,. .In" Line 8t. Petersburg L. led pine, I : 905., 4 IIIIp jnln?
. ,: t Hap,::.. ...... ..... ". ....A C L L..St, 8oterebnl'l Ar A C L.... ........ .. .. . 8 JOa eral springs. "Cure. Congtlpa-.-" r}
'i Itayp and the sale of nearly 200,000 ,w/rip ... .... .. .... ..... .... 42.'. ... lion !11
' half .... 4 bp. . , ... .... ...., A ACLArbellatrLyAOL.r..7. . IndljfeHtlon Stomach Kidney v
{ Aajres Inrolvlngmortfthaa' wail' ...N'645p:,... .. ......... .... .ACLArDuaediaLvACL.......,... ... .. .. .... ..7s o. ... Llverand, BJaddert.rouble.. 1
,i ,lion. dollars.i ' .<.... 7 IlIp..;,..... ............A O.L Ar Tarpon IIprl"" Ly A 0 ....... .. .... ...... eo. ....., .MAYNARD LUMBER Co. ____ . f

'.: dust. before' his 'departure ,for ,New a 05p .22 lOp -11 lop L. Jacksonville Ar II 3a 11 6MOp S OOp9rn06p L. l..k..II1.- Ar "7ak Katola"Six Days aid ,,. ,

York.on Monday. the writer:dropped to 00" a 101sa Ar Wayerou L. e Mm 11 JIIIoo 4 Sop 11 fit P Ar V.ldOll" In '<<
bti'oflc.In..arob'of 1 11\01 9.lop.I' 40p Ar Savannah L. I Mss" 6 40.9 :lOp 156 a Ar Thmaanl' L.. Eat AI"tItI.Y" .W...."
f.' Into an Item and 0 :r. 4 tOp Ar Charl..ton L.11 ala S lIIp: 1011 a Ar blootgom'ry L. Saw and Planing Mills v

earned ou.wo'otber ,large deal. which Ar Wllmin tan L. "A 1 AhBlNashville: t: ; -
110p 043.
e ;
liad,just been olq.edby, which large 7laps. a 4He Ar Richmond L... 9OSa 1 Hg 1260a Ar .;Evansville: Lv 304p A teaspoonfut-dissolved in a' .. 1
u; 11 : 7 50. Ar Weehierton Lv's 40. n ; 916 a Ar Chicago L. 7 'pop Now In operation.- Complete ifouseJJllls: Furnished. glass of water make. a delight.
*acts Of the finest grazing land. In6W'COuutt .
5ISaAr Baltimore Lv237a nil and +, I
Ar Yellow and Pitch Pine Inexpensive
:10. Loale Timber
1 0IIe< 11 22p Ar "hlladelpltla 1.vh14g. 11 1\IIa' : 8t Lv 565 and Lumber of all Kinds. asperient.'
slJ \ bad., passed Inf.q'the handsofwell 7 13. '. Il\8p Ar New< Yolk Lv 9 'l5p 0 2IIa 80 a Ar I..ul..lII. 800. I
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; known c ben.. of this .and adjoining r 75th :::_ Cincinnati. t. 1116p : : : FTT..LSC: OJ)4PrLY.: ; PriC4 SOc sad $1.00..
a otttgom" Ar .17 p .
counties? .. 413p Ar Mobile .L. .1 Wlp For sale. at all drug,stores 'or
.! ':?On of those wia the,sale of,42OoO ....., __ I 8211p Ar NOrll1a' L. $20. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. sent by mail, postage paid on ,:'

acre.;lying east of the Mlakka', river J'ORT TAMPA.-XJljY'. WJl8T.HAVAKlU U..z. receipt of price.KALOLA. .. 'It

vnd 'adjoining the.KhlghtpA, ture in ... ""Lee.PiSti'rampa; Sundays: Thnndaye. 11111 II m, COMPANY,' :
Arrive Key West Mondays. Fridays II 80
the'southeastern corner of the,cotinty; ,Leave 'Xe,.Wed IIonda,.. Fridays, 7 80 Pin'P III + ..:ru......Gar
being Messrs. L.. ,UBuobanan a' Arrive Ha..anna' TttN tb. purop.aera .
Tuesdays. ,Suurdars. ,1200 noon
Tampa}'and C. Land 'Arrive Key Wed .Tueed.,.. 8aturda'. 6Ito P tD ,
.', 1Aa.. Key Weal Tueedafl; Saturdays. 10 80 P m -R MCTFFETT'STCETflINC ,Watch for A Chill
'. Arrive rorsTampa .Wednesdays, Sundays. ". .II 10 Pili\'
DeyottreiJ tT) Worm. ) JIowevet.llacbt' this time of 'year, .
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TNRoueslcAR'ssRvtol. _
Children ,often'cryv not from pain, ....raln.lIa.41&'carry Pnllma .Ieepe... between Mew York Jacksonville and Port Tampat' and In this climate; $ t. the forerumer
6 from hunffW! Uhoueh-fed a bund ty. dlalnlll car.e"loa throulh between Savannah and 3em City I day-.m. ,between Jack..ouvlll of malaria. A disposition to
Hg yawn
trouble arise from and Washington Pullman Sleeper trains 78 sod betweell, Jacksonyltle and New
tI The entire York. and JaeJtaonrtlr. aIJd Chicago without change.' and an all tired,put feeling even come
anition, thair1ooda; Is.not a.slmilat- Coast Line steamer leav. Pnt.ta ao"'a for Fort IIen and..Iawntaedlat.e laa4l a.daily ex.baptesnday before the'chill.
,,but, devoured by. ,jnorms.,,, A fewoLWhlte'a' I 7 a. m.. retarnlnlJ leave MTere' a. 11I./ arriving Punta Gorda 4 p. m. ( Herblneby Us prompt
.Cream Vermifuge I 'I.."West aDd Havana steamers leave Poo.Tlllllpa Sundays. Tuesdays and Thundll" 11 p.m : tlmulatlve acton'on 'the' lher.Jrlve.he'p1al.r1al'Jlerme .
*t : bet_.. Pal Tampa aDd N.. Iork
-rhrnngh PnUmanl.yper. both AtJanUo Coast Use .C'T''I_ '
m oa -them to cease "crying and and Southern Railway. :'T"tIea.. .!!I..a_ /h. e.wN9. .'r.'h_. t... CItU4 ...... MAK I r n ., out-of the ."Item.r;
la'! lr. at once, Very much) to .o fulL complete red rellllb\ n'yegarding,..... ,..,,aUone.etcI.;all o9 .Coat TT9/1N0 w:; ow.l --.. CefI.. H';'.._ .... TItrv.'" ,, [ purifies the blood t.onN'p '..
and joy of .ha. motbert,25o ,:Gnu MokN.gsta- --ar i 8. ,P. OLLIS&W.I.caAlG.Oene.lftaea.erA..n&. Ja.. DIYI.loa P..etllrer A.ellt., Tamp-, flat,, . 4ewlsws sad a..rt r'e l:.. ::;: Ohll e'= end erptM. IM aN'e ., .e tem and the& s/s- ..
Ia Pharmacy. .. ,., >, w oJ; ,. II. JI..JlXJt: EdQIf,,_TrW....erIrllmtagloa" q,N.Co',1 ; .... .. Meta-M Go J.TNIMte- . M. .t 4/M1..s1y, ... ... a.w ae ,..M..t DnIaI.. N. >>oeola 'Pharmacy restoreshealth.. 600. at.

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.W .- ,_Ullit.UW. Notice of Application' for Tax Is Your Life '''?'pith- 50c''

.eeeRt eai; r Epitome ofthe Do- Deed Under Sectlon-8-of: ., If So TIT a IJottle: of,

4 : t.APOUrDTH( r STATES' t.s': and YI s'I Chapter of Florida 4888. Laws, ROLL N.S COLLEGE : I 9 .

Floridians for the week. NotUuUlJionby, th.\ D"''O J Lee; purChawr -
p8 :>>9r'Ah4R.4tf! i'>1rY; of tax certlnmtle Mo. 6M, dated. led WINTER PARK FL.A-. ,

t O4Rcflifr lRll/i E4 day of luly,. A D IHH, MOl 242 4V4A.\. 247 .

.... ._ ..... J .. . dated th. 4th of November A D UNA and No .I
4 -.-... -- : - --------- am, 210 and lilt, dated the end day of July. A D
IVOI. has flied mid .rtlllcate..o my oflloe and .
Polk county has 7J 'white schoqlsl I F. J. Knight, of De Soto county. ba. made.vppllcatlon for lax deed to ' COLLEGE '
I. with Iho low.Hald .
with an attendance of 2,149: 'pupils.I The- second included' 16,600; acres certificate* embrace the following do* '

17 .There'are 102 teachers.. The.cost per,'. lying' )suet north of the above tract. werlbeiptopertysituated Florida, ki-wltt! InOx-.ola County., Preparatory'Schoot' Music School, m> U

annum is MI,'In. which was purchased by Messr W. No. 6ft8..KH: of NWJ4. Boo 4. 'T'p 15 8,, alOE,, : ..R.Ry
7d School Elocution{
Ar So hoot .
The liquor dealers of Alachua county R. Whltaker; of Manatee, Garrett NSrSla.: BEl:J
have gone Into the courts to.'han Murphy; of Braldentow r-.and: the 40 No.acre 2J 1I.. 8W}, :otWWy.Bed29T'p260RafE. Business School School'of Domestics and 4

the recent local option election ..Hancock Brothers, of Mlakka. No. 346, fiK\ .of NW\4.\ Sec 211. T'p2611.. R HI) K. .
No.' 247i NW) of 8W ( aeo2c.l'pgSg' RIO ... I
county. declared null and void.\ - : ,While lu t.heoMoe securing{ the aboveInformation. 'I'h. said above laud 7 being;; .w.ed'.t th* Teachers'1'J Glass. Industrial Arts. ,I,
dale pf the Unnanro of sold oertlfloate la the We defy the world produce a medIclne -'|
A'dredge boat, to bn known as the Mr. Graham was calledto name of"Unknown. AUo j for the cure of all forms of Kid-

t Florida, and to be used In dredging/ ; the telephone, and from the. connVernation K eeBT'p16P SW'W'S a, IIU of 11:SEA: and NEyj. o. Del and Bladder troubles. ,and dlseas

I on all the rivers in the State, II.being' which ensued, we feel sure SfofI4 No.,42)0.8/ % oofMNI I!,of IIE'(and. 8E .of..8EU... W. F. SLACK. MAN.. PHD... PRES. peculiar to women, that will equal ;

1., built by the Merrlll-StcTens' Co., Jack that another and equally importantdeal No. Z12. WU of lot a Men 10. Tp M 8, R M K.: Smith's Sure. Kldnftj Cure. Ninety.

lon Ule. was on; and will be matured by The said shove land being aMenxed at the .. .' eight percent of the oases treated withSmith's ,0
date of the linuance of said certificate In the
._ ,r fakeu the. time he'returns'In. ;;, fact the deed name,".4 A Urelg.. ". = Sure Kidney Cure that. have:;,'
Mr. Reddingrton
y Geo. has and abstract 'ordered placed with j Unle" acid certificate .ball.HI "- underour observntlonhave, been eured.u;;:
+{ 1,000 gallons of oil from the carceaseiof I : tax deed will' lumio thereon We sell our medicine on "'a 'poslUre'v
the Manatee Banking Company leaving on the. 10th day of October A I) I'.ioa. r
the !three sperm whales .recently _.,.. WitneM'niT onlcUl al 'nM4te.cnd guarrantee, If directions are folio wed,
C. A. Prealdent. N. C. '
near it with the other'party to put.- on > sea this the First< ela j of Sep. and money.will be (refunded 11 our.not ls'
stranded on Sooth Beach, .g4. !'araL> Umber, A.D.. 1IWS.\ .effected. '
the finishing touches.-Journal, Manatee -
,' were t. I .- /NO.M. LKK.wrr' ... ::J3EJ': i
Aufustlna. -Four'arrade of oil '
,_-... r- --; Clerk Circuit Court of ; Price 60 cents and 11.00.- ;For sale. y y :!
btnined; '' .. t. Osoeola County,, Florida. Gceola.Pharmacy. , '
J. J.. Hayman, of Lochloosa, a'nara4etoresoperator B, W. R JOHNSTON. D. C.
The Reform Association -In--K .
has purchased Wafers & Carson Grocery Co.
\Ve. of the. wofkln'jjmen Notice : .
t com posed 11.000 acres of' land near' Wauchula. to CreditorsNotice I . AmericanBeautj. ,
for the most part are taklng 'an .ac- U hereby. given to creditor ,
k live Interest' in* the city's po it.clI.-. in DeSoto county and -willbegin operations and djiitrlbulee, and all persons ..elfa.1 -W1 ol..I. and Retell Do.I..I.-_ : : !
at once. raand acalunt. the e.LAt4! They; have a full-ticket out and will dooeaiied. and Mary C. .....o..r.. bin widow, d.- ,, to prrnent. tlio ame.,duly authenticated GROCERIES
r- -make-a stiff fight. .-In the October election. Notice of .ApplicationforTax t.o-.4h.cIeI'a1IID.. .., '.'lbla4 year* from ... ..
date hereof lusive ';-
M a prescribed by law olhcrwl -U' C ,,
.,. Deed under'' Section Sf. of theacmowill IM>barred. : and all persona who fI '
h Mr.' O..L. Lemon of the JBraden-" may be .Indebted to said ealateearehereby! nqueitcd : desijpisand t
Chapter 4888, Lawsof to make. immediate. aettlemeut. witlithennderatgticd. -I .COUNTY AOBNT9 POP !U latest fashion l\ '

developed Florida This Augiimflth A. 1>. 1HOS. able 1 models:

; : Notice Sa hereby given tbtt Oscar Ban pnr* MOBEM!: kATZ. 11 A Y I CRATES Over
.A* Administrator of the eebteu of Robert H. Celebrated Fertilizers j 90 new
snakes, etc, In his collection Is 'an clinxerof Tax Certificate* No. 1247 and SOW. I I
dated: the let day of June. 1H1M and nth day of 1 Lanler. deceased and Mary C. Laoterdoeear.A.V"N.AoNKW. -. '. I 1 and upto date
j immense rattler recently captured near Juuo, teal, reiprcllvolT, ha*-lied said rertln* GRAIN -:- E, T C.Circular "'"
town, and whlchon'Frld.Y' gave birth. raloninmy ofeo. and ha made applicationfor I at4 rdh Attorney. a styles t
lax deed to iMne In aooordinoe with law. : .'_ :: sad Price :
w Made
1006'' :::-
wl to' twelve snakes about. 15 inches' In Bal property altualad la Oeoeola County, .: from selectedV'earwell
+a This collection ls l
length Interesting ,
to-wll rfabrics
\' + : Notice of Application to Sell
securely' netted in .o that there Is no DeKIHcale 1247-1'W""; or 8Waao/ SO. \
Tp M'8. H 80 K. and Certlnnate No; btu, 8KH 0' Real Estate. and
danger, and is being visited by large NHU.c, aeo. HO,TP 2.1 8, 1(60K. HIDES FURS WOOL :
The ald laod-brlit amoued at the date of Notice 1 I. hereby /UrtTClito all whom' U inky every pair
numbers. young sqakes are gen- iMiianou.'o' such certlflrate In the name of ; "' 'ulne serpents and! full of vemon, a. L \\'_.J.labr and Unknown n>Kpectlvoly.I'ntCB a. Admluliitrator of the K<...leof Mary H Leak has our liberal
Maid oertlncat4t. aball bo redeem " ,they began licking ont their tongues according in law tax deed will .I..ue thereon October" A I)10O r-at-lO--a-; to the 9ouc.try: Produce a Speotf 1t r.. : guarantee.Ask
1A on the loth lay of October A> D. 11X13. Hon. W R Jobnutoo, County: Judge. of OI>C|H to see .
aDd posing to strike by the-time they Wiinemi m:/official tfgnattre and seal this Lire' County, State of Florida, for an order to mil at --- 1l r
i 'were fairly. In ,xllwncti.-.Tournal. Ho day of September, A l> lyoa private Kale, the following: : dmrrlbed Real Ktiate N- -o them. i.
- JNO. M. LEE belonging to >ald I Estate (for the p, rpoe of ,
}+ Thomas Grant, who enlisted In. the r>XAL] Clerk Clrcn t CourtOnceoln a.tlafytnaacontain mort a.e and for the (tin*
County, Florida.By port of the minor belie). to-wlt: Lot One (1)).
Corset Co.
U., S. A. during the Spanb h-Amdri- W E JOHNSTON. l>. O. clock "F"(If W A Patrick' Addition to the Kalamazoo

i can war and went to Cuba leaving. Town Mtuato of In Klmlmmee the County City Oicoula Md property. ami. State. lielnj ul 1Caclu.iv. Ma>H*>r.

'.7 tVrlfe 10'Pen acola, returned td, his Notice of Application for Permitto Florida. .- I KALAMAZOO MICHIGAN
This (ttli day of September, 1903. ,
: 'borne recently alter It was supposed Sell Liquors. Wines A F. BKARDKK. SAId .nd roeomtnamdatcl by:

had died of fever and Beer.WHEKKA''J A* Adgiinlntratnrof the'' Kutate High Grade Whiskey II
fr'f be yellow Ave years of MryB Leake deceased.BUY J. ..Sttuifoyd.fratafuf

'ago, during which time he had not 'R Graver, 8r ha filed with 1111. .. ,
the Board of Co-ioty CommlMlouen for Onoeola J. -
communicated with his wife. Is It any hI. application for permit to
1 THE ,
1I* wonder that }Mrs. Grant who had In ell IJquora, WHiw and Beer In Klectlou 1>I>- .

1' the meantime married a cousin of the of riot rjtcli One' election of ..Id district County' may and allow Stab; any clllieil anyIhcreiM Kentucky! ExchangeAND +
: "t'h
). at the met-tlngof the Board f
_ supposed dead man, preferred the on !Monday, the Alh day October, next', why N E 1
i company of the latter husband'to that mob permit ihonld not be crauted. .1
_ of the first one? Any mon who will [(1&10)] Clerk of the Board .of ._. _

t4 _., .le' ve'hil wife.Ignorant of hi' 'e xl l.- County CommlacionersO.ceola'Couaty, Florida. SEWING MACHINEDonot T ::S'E:: -'= E'. R. iiBBY

tenoe for fire years .. not fit to be the By W R JOUK8TON. D. C. _- C ,,q'E 1 ahclcR

husband of any woman.-Exchange. Notice of Application: for TasDeed be de by thnne who advertise

.. A.streak of. bad-luckhappened to Under Section 8'of a f60.00 Sewing :Machine for 4

:Mr.": John F,'Harris the other day, says Chapter 4888, 'Lawsof bought Thin from kind us of a or machine any' : of our can I now have the largest stock of Wines, Whiskiesand ,

p the prJand, '. $e9tlnel-Reporter. :Mr. - Florida.Notice dealers from 15.00 to 1800.. Beers ever handled in Kill& mmcc. Allgradc8'
at prices to suit the tim i iMrs.
.i Pearl Wilson was ret.urpIDahome WC MAKE: A VAHICTY. .
t* hereby given that Mm A E Pawaon ,

from Orlando' driving two 'yokes of nvhaaerofTaxCertlHcaieNn...2115 aaid, dated eortltl-the THE NEW HOME IS' THE BEST

;''r . oxen, and Mr. Harris three yokes, they oat J.rlo:: : offloe. and has made application: for Tits Foed determines the strength or
Ux lanue In acconlancewith law 8aldoenlncate ;CfCTOTIESADDIE: A SPECITYAa
-Mr. Shreves' place weaknoHB of
e stopped opposite embrace the following described Bowing Machined. The
It .tb allow their oxen to drink from the property. situated lu Oaocola county. Florida, Double :Peed<< combined with o.her'tronlt It.

t4 lake.' :Mr..Harris oxen plunged right 'IoowU All : We.tof Fla. Mid."K R Kt Wy polnU makes the New Home '"
1 I i. Lot.\ of Trod I'
the beet :
-nlon l.?rp 4J 8. H 28 .1:. buy.. H. '"BB
out ,into thee lake' atiout tt.yfeetj., -Tbei wad
,. l' \w1 ere the'watee Is' twelye"-feet l deep* the Robert laraanoe Baa. Kitate.of inrh certificate In the name of WteTorWCULARSSSS t :: I A ""IJW -, lt2Nmy .

';' land the wagon,;: being 'v r cording to law Ux deed win twine thereon on .INAtJI allIIouS" 11M
down with It.-
'pulled the
k. tongue yoke the 3rd day of Ou>b r. A D 1908.VJTNE8 tI.der lees 11III a IeaIc which ht ceaaid. I

I ,l{. ); )fr*' Harris swam out fo the drowning > theZMhdaybf my official! lgntur AUKUIII<, Ap and HMD.JNO. \a..aIbl.. THE REV HOME SEWIRK HltHinE CO. ., . '_ I IoQocQQaaoocQ srad. awry'.ep,t. kt 1Ntu4 e1 JeWAS t

'team and dove and pulled, the pin M. LEE .""...:. .*... : ktk.I grew t..atp t"'!Y .,. ;.
18 Union Sq. N.Y.. Chicago IlL,AU&oU < M.iH.l I Kl:: ,
'.' \-tliat held the yoke to !the tongue and [ SAM. Clerk Circuit Conrt 3*, M WWlllllei )
Oaoeola County. florid JU Ix>ul ,M
_ : set the' oxen free, but....they. swala 'around By 1 W B/OHNBTONE. D..C roR.ALJ.v5: .. .:".-. ._. ,Si.. 1 141e1 fate the IIICdIcInt uti) "'at WWy .t

I. and r 'uDd, got Mr..Harris unj j .. HIM) my strength led IIuIth )r
R. T. BUTLER .'lowltf "..rlllft.. 'fc two ,
.E. wttkj I
dor them, rand be barely escaped E. wM eat
1I'ra. drowning hlniselfBy' thla.llmo the I A TLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. of h.dtad ,In s month I wu able. U faks t

A up my usedl' tlutlca. I am WJ ......
rear yoke of oxen were drowned. Mr. AL .11c ''ft Ito, pr.1..." -

(' t 'Harris menaged to put a around 9CU14bt1Ll7 11; Ef'xrr MAY 21, 1003. ALES. WINES; 'BRAI'IDIES. iI
rope - ' Wine of Careful reinforces f
,the )horns of the lead oxen, and with 7805 40 II'l .... ...... ... STATIONS. ... 21 I 8h I G of generation for the orgatof
506p L. ;, .Tampa ... ... .. . . ..... Ar 7210 Mp ordeal of {
;, help pulled. ''all four oxen to shore, two I its a 07p L........ . . .. . . .P1autt.ILJ'... ... ... . . . .Ar 8 .4s W 1 H I 1'8.K I ES ...o"pee.; 1S(15M nancy and childbirth. It prevmltg prep.
i aloe IMp LY'. ... .. .. ?.. . ...IAkel.Dd... ... . .. .. ......,\.lIlIOa Slip L C&TriARe. No bu. !,
, : 'dead !" nearly so. Mr. C. 'V'j 104.'a112'1p Ar. . . . .. .KfaelmmN .. .. . ... .I... 404a 747p of woman wb takllll Whse 1
'Tanner IgMs 12 Ota Ar..... .. .. ... . . . ...Orl.o<'1o. . .. .. .. . Lv. 820. 7 the coJUlng Dt her !t
A ey took a log chain, and swam: !tl6051-O69 Ar. ..... . ..........llford. .. ... ... . . . . Lw. 220a l126p 111' E EQnheuserBusch child. Cams U lIJ'arb lad J:
I out 1.14af 1629 Ar. .. .. .. . .Orange City Junction, . .. .. .i.e1 CIGARS No'TOBA'CCOS WiDe of t.&Jrea #;
towberPthe'wagon the :26s 6 81
: was, put 190.. ...... Ar ....... ... .. ..... .... ..DeLaod. .... ... ... .... .. .. .L. ..... 4 bop she before her babQJn.. "H t
_ -; chain &roUJl; .hi. neck-and dove downf :2 46 p- 60. Ar..... ....... ., .....Palaka. .... ...... ... .) ...1..110111' IMp would not have been weakened aa "
G to,make the chain fast to t wagon 4r.o" 180a 'A.r. ..... .... .1.j .. : .J..bon..III... ...... . .... .....Lv lOa lW alp s commend she wu. thlt H J' rapid rtipovery should i"

OTATIONtl great
in order to haul Houtj;but when down ,1Ie1oL L. .................. ....... .. ...... ..Tampa.................. .... ... ... .........Ar. ho 1I\I-II R.p expectant lUoU Wine remedy cSS3
/.tinder':the water he 114'JaL. ... ....,..... .. ..... .. .. .... ..Lakel.nd.. ........ .....,..... .. ... ..... .. ....L. 9 Sip BeerLON regulates .r. of ...,
was unable to ex- 9 !eta Lv. ........,.,............. .. ............D& ,t ;.;! ':.ttfloate# himself from the chains and 11 2OaL... ... .. .:. ........... .. . . .. Brooksrlllo.....:......... ,... .... ....:. .. ..Lv ,
11110& L...:... .... .,...... .. .. .. . ..... ..Leerbnrg....'"............ ... ......... . ...LY 440p" DRAUGHT, AND BOTTLED s I..
1\oould\ 'not rise with them. It,took the .1 lOp Lit... ............. ... .. ....... .... Ocala. .. ... ........ ..................... ..iv IIK'I' L
: ,combined efforts of the 8401' A4. . .........". .... ... ........ o.Ine..vllle< .... ..... ..... ..... .............. ..Lv 11 40p WINE rCAR.DUI :
best swimmers .2: Otto L................... .. . .. .....Hltrh Sprl'"s ... .......... ............ ... ..... ,L.. Ifra o Can '
,:-{ ,;to bring Mr. Tanner to the surface, aalp L.. ... ... ,.:m.: . ....... .._... .. .. .. .Uwe Oali.."...,... .. ... .... ... .... .. .. . ..' v 10 Ma only be found-in Kissimmee Broadway 0 .
i a L. ..-=.--rr=... ...... ... ...1''l'OlIt. ....... .,.......... ....... ... . .I... a6.. Street, at the BRICK BAR 'BUILDING.
"; \ .but,he was safely ,lad, though in lip/ e........,......... _.. .. . "... ....W.I'MO.:. .......... ....... .:. ... ...:.Lw 14Oa 0 I 0

exhausted condition.,. 40 8TATIONII. z -
t Nail aII-3
\ .. .O 6p Lv. .. Tamp. .
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:" tlals' of -- --- 1 G::. :.:: .::: :::.: : P46p.::::::: .
. - draZtag'I.ndsrArweek' : . 7111'a S6llp Ar.. ..... .. .. .. ... .. . ... ... ... .. ...... .. .L, 82101'1130.t'P .R' T. BU.TLE.R N KALOLACryatalUed
Lv .ltartow .
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: with. nothing doing'' in real ..... ... 16aa Ar..t.. .. ....... Punta pods ..._ _. ._._ .. .._ ...f... 4011p.. .
_.. .. .... Mineral WaterNature's
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', [f.ta'tate. is exceedingly rare in theoffice, el\IOp.l1e: L..... ., .. ...... ,...,......'. . . ..... ... .8TAT10N8..Tlllnp...... ..:.......,:...... .....,. ... .... ...Ar .113 soot Nat Mr*I Raaaedy
", ,. 9t Cob John ,A Graham. Only recent as.SO I' Ar. ... ...... .. .:. ... ... .. Thonoto.aeae ... ............ .... . . .Lv 8$5a .
'Dally Rxoept Sands; -- -- A combination
lythe ;Journal, recorded oforystalscon-
the purchase 7 110 a 8 sop.. ..,. .......... ... .Ind Line Tampa Ar sod Une. ... .. .... .... ...It 00.) (I lOp taming the medicinal properties
9* three ,Immense tracts by Mr. GraaJto 1180 a.6801'...... ...... ..... .. ,lnd Line C.l'e'"buI'lfL..lnd Line...... ..... .. .... of the
ad . 6 60..... .... ..... .. .....A 0 L L.SL. 8elenbll" Ar A C L.., ......... .. .. .. Itrs44 It !lOa Ihp, waters of four noted tnin Y
] > the sale of 'nearly 200,000 .. ... 8 I7p ... ..... ... ... ...... .. .A V L Ar LY' A. 0 L.. ........ ... .... .. .. ...' 7 0.'. ...:, eral springs. Cures Constlpa-
J'Mres involving moN than half a ':mlljn .. .. 8 40p. . .. ..... .... ...IA C L Ar Clearwaser v A V L.. ...... ... ... . . ... 7l+nt ... tlon, Indigestion, Stomach, Kid
...' ..... ... ......... ..... '
8 t8tt. AC LAr Duad1aLvA' C L.:........ ..... .. .. ... .. 71111a Liver
"lI dollars. .... ..... ..... ...... _... .. . MAYIMARD ney, and BladdertroubleL
,''f..J. ; 7 lip. n. A 0 L Ar Tarpon'lIprf/rl1' L. A C . ........ .. 1 809 ....,. LUMBER Co. 1&
1.; .,JUS before bis, departure for NewYork 7S 22 112 113 M 2'1 78S --- --
0111' I lOp 'II lOp L. Jaeksoevnle Ar.l1 00 1i cop lOOp 11161' L. .Jacksonville Ar
,; Monday! ,. the writer dropped 10001' a 16p> 10 vie Ar Wsyeross I.. II l III" 11 &MI SOp 1149 P Ar V.ldoat.a I.v 'Tike Kalols Six Days 14
limo 1 hi* office in search of fLem'&Del I II\a lOp 11 40p Ar Savannah L. 8 Plc 140. alOp: 106 a Ar Thomu.I' Lv Eat Aaythlsi You
,; an a :tIIa' 4 40p Ar Char..ton.. L.11 IlIIa II Yep .06 a Ar lonlrom'ry( L. Saw and Planing Mills. Waat"A +
E.fearn'ed of two'other, largo deals;which ArWilmin ion Lv I ng ArBlrminghcm L. : ._-- :--- ---- .

Vfcad.just been closed, by which- large .Ra Ar Rlrhmonol L.. 9 Ota. 7 Zap. 12611./ At Ar Evansville ve J.L.46p ... II.U s04a P teaspoonful. dt.aohed In ,

:'"tacts of the finest /grazing lands 10JL4t It I Rita 40p 4 918.7 r. t: W.'IWfo.D.: t: 2 2Iia a7. a 2 45p1 j' 9 h Ar CblCIIIIO L. .7Oap Now In operation.. -Complete House Bills Furnished. glass of water makes a delightful a.-, 4

County*bad passed into the bandsfweH.known'cltitens .4Ma. 11 22p Ar Phll&d..lpltIa 1..11 411& 11 I\I\a\ 7 :10.: Ar St Loula Lv II 60'1' Yellow and Pitch Pine .Timber and Lumber pJT all Kinds. and Inexpensive asperlent.
7 lea' 1 alp Ar New York L. II 21\1" 9 lie .280 a Ar 1.,1..11I. I.. 00 a

'.C ;' "of this" 'and adjoining - 720. AqCincinnati 1 J.v 1\ lip OeDEeS:: : IFTTMAYNARD.LED:: : PRO: ).I: 'Z'2JY': Price 50e aod $.00. i

4 counties.: / JI 1I1 a v WonlROm'y A' 8np .
416p Ar Mobile L. I26p
\; One of !those was the sale of...troop} .' Slip Ar HewOrleatc _LY 920. LUMBER Co. sale stall drug stores or I, a
2 ,}aprrti'lying'east of the Mlakka:, river PORT TAMPA -XXY. WKST-HAVANWA LINK.: receipt by of mall price., postage- paid, on

f and'adjoining' the Knight'pastures: In Leave Port TampaAniTa Sanday. Thiindaym.-rn"p m : II I

of the Key.West. Moodaya, Frld.,., A HO p m KALOLA COMPANY.-
tbe southeastern corner outty .
Leave .1[ Wait Mondara Friday 7 DO p m .
...purchasers being: Messrs.. L.. ,,J...- C Arrive HaTanna Tues4a ., $BaturdaTt,. II 00 a m 4. -\( Ssvasssfc _Ca.
LeaTe HaTanna Tutlllda)'., .'urda,., 12 00 noon IYEET"ING
*uebanan,. 'of Tsmpa. and C. L. and 'Arrive Key WeitLeaTe Tuesdays, Saturday, t to p m .. -- --
Key Welt TuerdayiSaturda *, 10 M p m R M 'O .
iI/, \ '"' Deroitrea., by Wortna. s:;fS i' WedlsWwl..nodars, . .680 pm" 'FF ETT'S Watch for. A. Chill.. ._ "!

-., TH.OIJOH.CAIt 5EIIVICE. However slight'at this time of _'Ji
year >:
.t.. Children :olt.en-OI'I. cot -from'' pain, Train M cad tt carry Pullman deeper between New York. JacktonTllle and Port Tampa and in t.hi.climate; it Is the forerumer I j
from hunger, although'fed abunditly. dleinR car service through' between SaTannah and Juney :. coaches between JaCk.
The entire trouble arise from ...nTllleand JaeluonTilla,.WhlnttonPullman and Sleeper without train 78 and JII. between Jacksonville. aDd New of malaria .A disposition to yawn,. ':
York and Chicago change. '
'__*nUfon, tp.tteyooda is not assimilat Coast Line steamers leave Punta Oorda for Fort Ky.r. and IntenaedUle landing* dally... and an all tired put feeling even come !
-' pd -but devoured by.worme."A fewhrSMet eept Sunday, 1.. m., retarnlnglear. Myers a a. m., arriving Punta pods a p. m.xey . ( before the-cblll. HerbInoby its
'ot Whlte's" fulre Wet and Havana teamen leave Port Tampa Sundays Tnneday and Thnndy 11 p.m POWDERS prompt,:
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Through Pullman between Fart Tamp and York c- OhoLn.IttrnlY4ss. stln6ulatlve'aoton on the
'" andrln sleeper New via both A.UalltJo.c-.t Line .C1./1Me5. liver; drives
trill a..--them to cease rytng and Southern Railway. A ,.. Ald. "a.w/ery.adiMl.ewel TNMI 11 I.. I the'
Dy wilesIf.gslat...... rote'
Mjtferjve. at once, very much, to For full,complete and. reliable Informationreg.Ming' tabs, ....." OQ. tea call on Coait TaKTHINQ lEA.... o.ree niP...........Illwele- ... atti4t, hs5 t... ChIN../ MAK" malarial' germs oittofthe'system. ,' ft
l suprlser'and joy of the! tnother.25c Lie* ticket agent*.OTi I .B. P. COLLIK R, J R., uTrl.lon Pawenger Axant.71a1tpA. fla. and W_. TTMINA said f11eN 4 Thrvah" A awN >urlfle. the.blood,. tones' the.
Ov..eem. up sys-
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