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: October 2, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00092
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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oow: uwiiMfiruiilha ; Klsslmmee 1 Fla.October'' 2 1903. & Vol. VI. No. 41..
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A i EBUS CURTIS: JETT 'l'8"T8"C8D. I V6STRY'vs. BISHOP.Correspoademe ?, iteatrythtpnless certain -- '
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To be Hanged ..o gtlz for Kill. ;* Btwe ,Dr. jv Y. removed' from the .Vestry,- '

Prizes to be Contestedfor tag .Jaime Cockrlll..CYimnANAkKY. .. . Porter .0 ". ; Key West Controversy.Ellbllshed which former had
S.pt. 26.- Curtls a vestry .
by Boys and .' Jett was !brought Into the court. today to' pass. 00. account of;what .
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when bsborne by request.: sidered. discourteous 'and ,
Girls Under 16.. Judge decreed that he
From th. Ku/WiMt AdraUM'r. '
be hanged "bet.ween.unrlee and sunetT ; t.re..tomen'. on'your: p..Qf. I
Just now guessing contests are' la ; >eo.' 18 for Killing'Jameg Cockrlllat BWHOPSTKAD, '- of ,St., Paul's! Parish: .wa.' I

vogue.1 PrlnclPftl'y' among the newipap0rs Jackson, Ky.,, July 22, 1002." Orlando, Florida, expunged, from the records : : r
a a.mean. of.enlarging! their circulation. Judge Blanton,-attorney; for Jett, Junel5th,1903.To ; try, you would '' :
Numerous large prizes are replied:;, the Wardens and Vestrymenof cognition of f the Parish and
given and hundred of thousands;; of "Well Judge; there 'w111. be many St. Paul's, Church .' > 'vent the Vestry"! from calling ( ; .... .

people'compete... Every one of the sunrise and. sunset. before he has Key. WesiyFJorlda." to-tbe: position made vacant : \
1., competitors ascertain before thai-deal. j beea-.ha.n"'ed. Gentlemen; forced resignation of ;
IFcloseJrttnt/'limit' uucm-u a .miiubur i Jett himself satd to tne coiirt! .1 see in uThe churchmao" our-'ad. Hl n&nl tbtUUl n d'' : -,

of subscribers to the paper. ; 'and ad- 'There are people in this' county yertisement'' inviting correspondence pointed'committee; to /

vance the money prior to learning. If I who will be grieved if I am. not hanged. ;; wish a'''YI"w.Lo" falling, the' rectorship".,- : of letter. Under Instructions .
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solution wag correct and If !.but your: parish. ;! The t ." &lIL1neH
their they Judge I do not think you.would be try wo rt< '
were one of the lucky apes:' i grieved as. you have. given me a fair Under the canon in force: In the sons to whom 1000-.Uud. \ ; : _
these contestsare Missionary iuf lid lctlo ot .Southern \ .
trial \jtned.aa4.t.beir
prWhile now conflned IntWscasev"When -- ---; -;- f
'*.. to papers. pubU.hed'lo large. cities : Judge Osbbrner said he would Florida, the vestry of a parish'can been regularly accepted by
,'''It. might be well for towns Lb..t.. send the prisoner to'another. jail JoU elect -"arector; minister, 'or' 'assis of St. Paul's Parish at. : I : [\

Hive promise of being large populous pleaded earnestlr.not. to be returnedto tant" only' with the approval of the meeting',the first contention .

commercial. centers 'to Introduce' the' Lexington, Ky., Judge Blanton Bishop. ; and. I, Vhlnk I It- 1'11bt'0* ,take!.. of your letter)has. been solved; .

aystera and enlarge from year to_ year. filed papers giving his /ground for ''a the ,first opportunity of Informing the .Vestry fails to,,. ...
Tlnrrebus the Va.UefO..zeLte will new trial,preparatory. to carrying the you'' thjt I will not; approve. theelection' I without communicating with

.olTer'lrBo easy one\ ;and \wlir'requireome ; &te-to: a court of, appeals, at. Frank of .,* rector of .St. Paul'sChurch try and a.: ,'ertaining the KF
study. Only boys,and girls under ' fort.. '' nor will ,1 per form any Episcopal of election'and personal h
'sixteen .ca'ncompete.There. ; will, 'acts In the parish until the resolutions you could well ..rrhe'at'a,: .
bo,no money demanded; for subscrlp- "It hoes. Right. to fhe bpot"When'pafn of the vestry against myself are : of ineligibility unless It'pl r
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tloni; no restrictions of any; sort, and or Irritation edILod, expunged fronrihe' minot.. 'Of the.-vestry I to d l e'.que.tlon. of this ,
the contest will be open until Nov.. '2,' any.. parted the body';an; application of and. until the two unqualified per, *(olvingtheChurch, status
Ballard's Snow' Liniment will gfre sons' In contravention. the "
1903. who, 'pf I ual on 'exparte .
'I'ttEREBUSl prompt felled; "It' goes 1'1a-ht'to" the canon: law of"the Church, were elected I prejudiced source. It also J : 't
There are I In Florida. forty-one counties spot," said an old man who'' was'rubbing and seatedas members of the vestry, eat you to know that not \ : ,
\ reporting condition J jof'cr {ii"tothe it.. In,', to'cure his -rheumatism' '. are removed J" Dr. Hlggi.. the prejudiced .

; State Department! ( Agriculture. C. R. SmithPropr., ;Smith" Houae.Tunah' .1.am. ready ntbl'lait.anoe. as alwa sI''trust whom we.allude, solicited( ; I t i i ' l
Name county showing'highest' averageof ..,, Texas. writes: "I have used '. ,Lo'overlook' any cause; of Drought,'one of the '

crop of oranges, lemons, limes and BallardsShow. Liniment In.my familyfor offered to me as an individual but 1 I I lhleeas? a: number of the \ : '
cassava. ., also. 'ranking equally good several years'; and- have found 'It regard. the resolutions 'as'rroordet! status was. the same .then ,:
with any other In pineapples, and rat. ; to be a .fine remedy, for all aches' .. and. on your:'minutes and presented tome; Easter, election of this year : ,
'.lag high on all farm crops for present 1 lIlIt..and I recommend It for pains tc lobe an tndignity'offered'totbe.Epfe- I merely mentioned that'you .
season. thethroat 'and cheat." 25o boo and copate. and to the Church,,and. as. such! that you'.have: not f

There Is one county withthousandsof I $1.00 at all druggists. I must deal 1 with them .' rightly Informed on this .

acres of land so fertile and rich.in Cheap Rates It devolves me.'.. Bishop tq''fM;' that Wdeslre to plead.the .. :

nitrogenous matter thaTH wlll, If applied that. the' canons. whether general. or particular person'or Personi.Under ', .
to ordinary. sand'soil, produce From Jacksonville via the Georgia Diocesan, are enforced. ..1 dIsdain any Instructions, 'we' .
luxuriant crops oI-qr nor any. of the Southern & Florida' RyfTrains. authority. to approve or disapprove the that the Vestry does not on {

numerous. vegetables.. A chemical. i )leave'Jacksonville. 745; ... m., -7:5fl: flection';" of:;qualified! jnembfr,> --of-( 11.1. it. 11'be;J utJlinHtyio rean ; ; .
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.analysis-was made some lien years ago I p. m. I parish to (Its:Veslry, whetnerUio$ \4i6rji'feby.. Resolution :

:6 ud this soil was. found to ha.ve a com- California. Points, I43.0S. Tx>g Ad- such "as I personally would have'chosenor made by a 'formet": .Yeatry,
mercial value. of over ten dollars' per geles, Sao. Francisco etor -Tickets on not, but hi the ease of unqualified! the Individual members of :
.ion as a (eHllicer.' NAME COUNTY sale-dally Septem r"20'to:;; and In. per.onl..mi.dntY.'Jl1hU loV give ''no Vestry who were members of t
There is one county that has. .made eluding November 301003.' ., countenanc to a. violation Of the canon Vestry and who voted for : ';

tbe most Ample provisions .,the SpokanBr'VTaW.TJ'ortland. law,''FortJn poor the sick, ijr'ahl suffering from Ore., eta, $55.10.) ,::Tickets .,on sale..1.d..l1y recoenltioli'of(the: parish.Yours position to nor'wUl.t.he7 :
..accident. It has a beautiful home sur September 22 to ani including. very truly, '. tertain any proposition to.., i

"'rounded by orange. 'groves, furnishes Nov. 30, 1003. 'Wm.,,,CRANE GRAY; ( action in this respect until l r
the attendance a skilled physician Atlanta Ga., and. return 10.85, account Bishop of Southern Florida. have pololrli ebnlJ8"'ntde :

-and all necessary comforts. It1' has. Southern Inter-State Fair. Tjck GUILD ROOM Febuary 26, 1003., gentlemanly. manner in .
.more the appearance> pf some retire ..etc -on sale. October 13 and 22 only,. final BY." POTTER..Whereas treated \ber./elir1.a' your l.. 1 :., '
capltallst. than a public farm yet seldom limit October 20, 1003. RESOLUTION DR. tion of thl..P..rI.h,. and "
bas ai occupant, owing to the :TheLookout'Mountain' "!Route; ,the the Vestry of St.. Paul's. courteously requested, you' I : i

universal prosperity Qf the citizens. poly road having. morning and night: Parish, key West, Fla.,was assembled them that. possible the > is
titer deducting sufficient from, the re- trains. to St. Louis, .Cincinnati. and. on the evening of the 16th of Febuary, l lack o'f harmony 'existing T'a) ; -; :: '

-celfts\ of the farm to pay All expense*, the,West,'via. Vtldoata. ., Macon. ,'" Ai. this year. for the purpose 'ofmgtit l' )[;lector and tie ,.majority',\of ; ;
fl._ remits, or turns Into the county.tre4ary lanta.. Cbat.t..nooll"N'a.hvlUe.;: Local, with Bishop WnUam.Cr..n. of fi-effatlon. might through : : .
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'. from twelve to sixteen hundred sleeping oar and coach to Macon. dab the Missionary. Diocese of Southern .lon be smoothed and : ,

dollars annually. NAME COUNTY. 1 ly. Thrpugu PUllman Buffet sleeping Florida., who it was understood,desired' If '.the congregation .of %; : ;, :

.;here is one village In this county oars to St. Louie; and through Pull, to confer with said Vestry; andj, Church is dlaaa.t.llfted.wILb ;. ; .. t
that presents a condition. probably un- man reservations( sold( 'to: Cincinnati Whereas.Ulshop. ( did say to the adopted by the Vestry,- Lhe' : :

.l Qulto* proportion.'of the Inhabitantsfiare . Information. address. ' ness;'I do not wish' to see the Vestry, the charge which they' did ;

:; colored. Every adult.Viegro. U''. a ? J.'Ti: :.HAFKTKRY" m. Pass. Agtf!; I have nothing! to eay'to theVest.r7."Idid : but which (was/ .Imposed by 't.b. : .ya :
land owner, a taxpayer, a voter and 201, W. Day St., JaetesonTllle L Fla.A . not ask to seethe.Vestr),'.'or.Words election;. W* are. BtlU. : : }!
to this effect and. by hl"'m..nner, and. : :
considered by the whites as,ufceful clt- Letter itruoted to say t.o-fOU.; that ;
izens. .Each family owns and occupies From Home. deuaeanor'dldtreat* the,,Vestry' of St. jershlpi of St.Paul's;; the ;1

surrounded by.laW. !la'whlcli you wlll from one Billville' citizen to sooth* .without" ,provocation" . .or Leg'in nwnber.- owlolr' 'Lo : f'

toe rare plants, shrub and .trees. In e rV , cause. ;. ....A... ,_ existtag'condltions,--and, con
"DearJlui: I write'you. Lbls,to, l let Therefore be'' it Resolved by the
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'this village such is morality pf IheTlUp p drt of ,the Parish,
you know how things air. gola'., here.. Vestry'of St. Paul's. Parish. that. ,"while
'//jbe. people ,that. !\houses. are. seldom. pledges, bpi so lessened \ :
looked, doors alwayaopeu, and',prop- The Sbetlff has-levied on your crop, we recognize Bishop'otthe. Episcopal. shjsln, debt., Th.Sunda7\ ,. : ::
..0' two. mulas an', '''househoi'goods' i advisor. .: .
atjy |J. secure. There has never beena your your Church as'the spiritual Of the which was. at the first'Of the ;
an'every thing else he could diocese. 1Vblch he ,presides, entitledby Island
constable or)legal officer In. ,the' village largeeton the and >
lay his han's on,, an. it gives me pleasure hls'office to the repect and reverr ,
not: has one ever been demanded. ; without exception In the'
NAMK VILLAGE. '' x t to, Inform you that. ,I have shot once from the parishioners. yet in do'frig through the arbitrary .... : I. ,*

In this coupty. 'Is a .prominent poll 1 :,- him In the left leg' fer/ try In'' to levy so we do. not concede a"..saoredness Ellggs during the last !
'onme'aleorin'.Ll,! doctor' says'. ;.he of person in either Bishop 'prPriest. : !
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llclsn, "fio,-strange to say; is not de (.ncumbencyof the Parish, /
ceptive. He has filled many offices In won't be able. to sellout' aoybpdy'elsebefore that they can do no wrong, nor1 do we wrecked that It will'be : ,

county fend district. to the perfect' satfactlonstLblsootutttueuta1 next 8pring.T-the,: Lord rwml '. conform to the doctrine of. infalllllty membership,, can: be, :
: ;.,and can be This is' all I know;_cept.'t that. lour'Unole of the priesthood as promulgated. by !o rtner.gr.Llf1lng state.. : :: .
'depended upon to side''always'{; withmorality Dave !is' in jail for maklnJoorn: the-Church of Rome..- t These are facia'"nd ...re'pre

and progress In State or-'na'ttlonal llcker again the govr'mlnt." ""i Resolved also. t.hall'Lbe Vestry of St. you. 'ai the legal bead. of1. '. : f i '

legislation. Afte-r4Our; Bob" Do You Wsnt To Y.wa.t Paul's Parish, feel ing aggrieved at the patotthis: diocese.. With ; :
rude treatment.by Bishop Gray, is compelled : .oJ'
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| Davis serves a term or ; as chief Feel cold shivering*,"aching in the I by sense of 'aelf respect which, reat responsibility and '
| executive we hope to Bee',him serving. bond, lack of energy',headache, and I as.a body,it considers it must exhibit, conscience must be the : : '
at Governor. WHO is THE MAN? "- great '.'depression These'symptoms i hereby places on record Its disapprovalof whether you will' allow 'a ; .

The general supply of one. article may be followed by violent' headache! the manner and. irritation. shown by quietly'sink\ out of, existence ) "
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I universally demanded and. absolutely high fever., extreme nervousness. ,* a, Bishop Gray, at. the meeting of, Febu- want of nhiirehly. functions ' . .
| necessary to man has not yet been fur- condition known as. malaria.. Herblne ary IVth; '..nd.1IO, 'futher mark the disapproval dilly appointed and called '

I. nlshedto the .people pf Klsslmmee.t ., cures' It Take It before the disease of the Vestry, orders these cause of a personal. J .
NAME THE! ARTICLE"; gets a fair. )hold, though it will work a resolutions to be made a portion of the you. and the Vestry.: ; i >
I Solutions or1 answersshould. be : cure In, any stage. .1.. ..A'.' Hopkins; minutes'of this'meeting'and a'copy. .to ''The Vestry felt that. you' (j t ::
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I I handed to the.editor'of'the.Gazette aasoon : Manchester, Kan., writes: "1 have sent. to Bishop Gray. healed desired. the and"differences the Vestry here knew ....'

"as possible. ,Besides naming Usod your great medicine!) Herblne, for ..KEY WEST: FLORIDA, had been well informed ';. .
| county there must be ft w..lt.t.en'delCrlp- several. feart',/There Is': nothing better August 3rd 1903. ''.:' Senior Warden reported that v.
tlon of its attractions and detailed. ... (...
.positionite a long
.for malaria, chills and fever, headache Rt. :Rev..Wp,, : Crane 01'101.m.hop"MtslilonarT .; ..
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population, products and you- on this subject.1
; resources of "and Ior"aiJblooeUpurlrying'toalc t;
biliousness -
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got leaf than. onehundred words.; Diocese;; I.; leave Key West, without ;
The prizes best essay will be.a.'subscription' ''free good.. '! 50
'*? ."et UM popular J I'magbxlnely'andthe '.Saves Two From Death,. Dear. Sir:' >, tolj and. thi-oongregratlon' ,' : 'A' : :
KUsImmeeVney of.theVestry now; elect to deprive us of :' '
Gazette for, One ri'6ui little daughter bad'an almost At the last meeting pf "
;year.' Address, .. NAU OOSSEIB, fatal attack: of ''whooping cough: and St. Paul' Parish, this city your letter because the vestry,ha-d the,: ; -

H Care: .Valley Gazette; Klsslmmee,. PT':;. br'onoiti..wrltes.ldra.,! W K.: In.t.1and" waii read i in which you threatened. the to resent your, rude'conduct.:;,. I
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'We have finished, our
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" The. Tampa MonumentalWorks' of Armonk; N. V.. "b<;. when BeaMtlfNt .CetnplexiOHSty Vestry,delegated, ue't :"perf "
saved heto'with' "
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HTampa are turning''out the best:. grade all ,other'' :remedies'al1e4," Our ,Are spoiled;>> by-'using''; apyklnd: :of considering that. there is,DO \ '
Hot Dr.'King's plsoovery.
New '
work,tn'theI, line almost; ,.reaso4s : prep..ra.tlon"Lb&t. fills the pore. :of the {ument.,;to b* made,and bar; : '': .w
load t- !
s Mable had'Coneumption '
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prices. Who ; .
They We-iurnished spiritually ( Lbe.Par '
a skin' The'1Ieat; way to secure a clear being; o :
' number of,our people with handsome. vanced stage''also.'used4Jil8wondetJurmedlclne. ( ( complexion free from sallowness, now.entirely.with' / aod,; :; ; : ; !; .
tones. to and' today, she ,,1s per : : ]
markthe. last .reaLlnt'.place : : ; alone ; i iI
1 and pImple'blotches",etc, la.Lo', keep the and ,you will be re.
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thetr.IoTedones. ,.well.V
fectly .
ut .You'get nothing: I5r.Klna' Dl liver in good .order: occasional Its downfall or future :
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lung" to '
dr.tl..orlc dlsesses yeild
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gentled dose. of Herbine willoleanse the bowels remain t'
} et*..* their. '**?*%>'&r'!"/W; ;. They oovery as'to othersoedlclne' earthvrnfalllbie" regulate the ller'and. ...spfeatabltsha ( G ioWNB ;
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ind Ito handle iron fences.. L f for Co gh&l a Colds l ,
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and' 1.00 'bottles guaranteed by clear; healthy )'complexion.: ;;60o I +: -
8end \aa striA l"offjoprlotla Tria.1 'bottle .free. druggists .
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l f ,A ."RgBUS.'w CURTIS: !! JETT bENTEYICEQ: I VESTRY V5r!! BISHOP.Corresponde ., Vestry that.unless ,certain '"' pet'sowt'whom M .I\ H '
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r you considered ineligible. ,were t fnfmm"n"mmmnmmmm.; ,
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I To be DweTiBtli .c. Betw..st Dr. ,j.. Y. '
I HMKMt for, KHIi removed front the Vestry, and ,until areeolutioh' '
Prizes to be Contested! ,i.1r i James ockMtt; Porter Md' Utobop Orisy IN '' of censure, on'' ,,yourself :CITY : :
BAKERY
CY 'fTRUNA, Kr.,' Sept.. 2*.-Curtl* Key West Co airo..y.PubU.be4. which"a former vestry bad seen fit I : :
by' 'Boys i '
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Jett was brought into the' to on account of what was considered ' '
Girls Under t6.'j .: 1 when Judge Osborne 'decreed court that; today he ( -by requ.*t.) pas -,dhoourt.eoui'.nd 4nsultingtreatment ; E'' ., ,Has :Jest'I. Jt<
,- be Hanged i "oot.weeD'.un..la'e and sunset from the ICe)'W.t AdvwUMr. on/your part .of the Vesjiryof ,e-----' of Fresh Cakes and, Crackers.

l bOW guessing contest are in Dec.18 ,for Killing James'Cookrillat BJSIJOPS'l'EA.D;' '_' '. St., Paul's Parish was reVoked: and 5 .. '

vogue, principally among the newspo- Jackson, Ky., July 22, 1902." Orlando. Florida, expunged from the records of the Vestry E'r Chocolate'' i ;'Largest'4Steck'' Snow 'Flakes: "
pars a.;':means of enlarging their clr; .Judge Blanton, attorney for'' Jett, June.15th;: }903.' you would withholdEpisoopallre- Tarts F : '
culation.. ;Numerous\ : Jarire 'prizes are replledr"Well To the..Wardens and Vestrymen' cognition of the Parish and would prevent E E Unedaati4
Ice Cream C ArN DY i
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and hundred of thousand 'of St. Paul' Churcb, ,
given of Judge, therd will 'be. maoy ; tbe Vestry from calling a Rectorto Wafers Soda.
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people compete. Every one of 'the sunrises and sunsets .before ''be has Key West, Florida. the position made'vacant by the en- 50 ,''Te&a, in Town-Fresh.Elite Crackers; ,

competitors ascertain ,before the deal been ban '.d.l. ._',_ I __ Gentlemen, :t" _,_ 'foroedj, .resignation of Rev-: Gilbert E Victoria Lundy, .
li closed, they must securer. cumber Jett himself said to t.neoourt: I see in '"rhV ;
of subscriber to the paper and advance "VThere are people in; this county: ; Inviting :toorrespondenoe a'' committee .to ,Answer 'your E. Chocolate &

the money prior to learning: If who will be grieved I if I am not hanged; with a view to filing' the rectorship:: 'of letter, under, Instruction jrom-t.he res- Cream, Fresh Bread, Cakes, GingerCrackers. '
their solution was correct,TfEtTlf theywere but Judge I do not think you would be your parish. try, The two'''o'rI.&tD ineligible persons E Vanilla Fruits. r

one of the lucky one. grieved as you have given me a fair' Under the canon In force- in, the' to. whom you allude having resigned =-= Wafers, and Pies"Every Day. ''Nuts, Etc.; 3S
While i these contests are now con-' "'lalla this case." Missionary jurisdiction of out.bern' and their ,,resignations b.v.1nlllbee IC:: C .
w 'fined to' Papers published in large clb- When Judge Osborne said he would Florida, the Vestry of a parish can "regularly accepted by'Ure Vestryof .
log, It hllght be well for town that send the prisoner too'another' Jail Jell elect ". rector, minister,, 'or: assistant" ,St. Paul' Parish: at regular' jtVsrezxt. :lor Steam: Lauadx3: -, '; !.-

.give: promise of being large, populous i pleaded earnestly not to be returnedto only, with .the approval' of the meetlnthe first oontentioq'and threatof ilUiuUi1Uillni1 :-:

commercial center 'to Introduce the Lexington, Ky., Judge' Blanton Bishop; and I tink It right: :to take your letter has oeen solved) althoughthe . 1111U1. . ill Ull1 1WU W0, .

.system and enlarge' from year to year, Died papers giving his groundfor anew the first opportunity'of Informingyou Vestry fall to.,.understand<< how, ,
The rebut the Valley' OazetLe will trial preparatory to carrying the that I will not approve the without! communicating with the' Vestry ? .' -

'offer If no easy one and will,'require case to a court of appeals-' Frankfort election ,of a'' rector of .Si": Paul's and ascertaining the recorded .facts i
ot'ue study:> Only.boys. and girls under ; .'. '_, .. (Church; Apr will I per form any Episcopal of election and personal! Church status %
sixteen can, compete.' There Mil .acts in the parish until the resolution you could well,arrive at a conclusion
be no money demanded for subscrlp. hilt tones Right to the boot". of the vestry agalpst .myself are of Inellgiblllty? unless it please you StateBil kofKissilD'm ee

Lions. ; no, restrictions of any sort, and When'pain or Irritation exists ,on expunged/ from the minutes of the vestry to decide questions''' of this kind Involving .,
the contest will be'open until Nov. '2; any part of the body;an application of ', and until the two unqualified per .the,Churchstatus. of individuals : .. .,. 1', .< t'T
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1903. Ballard's Snow 'LInlmeDt'wlU aITepromp' sons who,' In contravention 'of the on expartek testimony, from 1 a ::' "

T1IE.aEBUS relief, "It..goes I'llI'hno the canon law of the Church,:were elected prejudiced, source., )Jt also may Interest Offers to Customers Every Facility a ,r
There era In Florida forty. -one counties spot," said an old man who'.was rubbing and ..eat.efa members of"Che' vestry, you to know that not twoyear'ago; ; ,

reporting condition .of. crops', to it" In, ,to cure his,rheumatism.C. are removed. .- -. D... Hlggs, the prejudiced person to Co1isisteIgt'witlifiound:Management., '
the State Department'' Agriculture.Name . R. ;Smith. 'Propr; Smith' House, J am ready In this instance, a.. ai..aj.It.ru.t whom we allude, soltoited'yotes for Mr- .. \

county showing"highest averageof Tenaha; Texas, writes: "I baY used ,- 'to- overlook any oauM'-ot Drought,'ore of the so-called teellgibles Personal.. ''At1.entloD .to' All Jlueineu'Intyaete4'I: : ,to Una.. :, tai e..i'NB.

crop of orange, lemon,,lime and Ballard'sSnow' Liniment-' In my familyfor offered to me aa an individual; but." I, asa; number of the Vestry,. HJs i I ....:....q ) .. ., '$
a..a..a, also ranking equally good several years, and' have found it regard the 'resolutions 'a* recorded status was the same then 'as to the i I ,.V'..
wjvh) any: other pineapples', and rat.. Lo 1Je a' 1oi remedy, for all aches :and on your 'minutes and presented tome. Easter election of this year' This is 1 , ., c ARSO1V. o sl/itt>!; ;

Joitf high on all farm crops for present' j palns-and I recommend,it for'pains in to be'an Indignity offered to the Episcopate merely mentioned\, that,you may' know !
the throat and chest." 25o 50o and and the : 'al' such .
to Cburch'tand that .youl bavcMaot altogether .been -
.eaton.'I ; . ;;; .1
"- 'There 1. one county with, .thousands ,tl.OO.-.() at all.druggists. I i r It. I must deal with them;j' rightly Informed on this issue,;and not 'Ic'I :r .

'Of acre of land so fertile and rich in Cheap Rates It devolves"on'me''as'Blshop t nitrogenous matters that It.will, If applied that. the canons, whether general or particular person or persons.., - :' .':,;0. ; ."

to ordinary sand soil, produce' From Jacksonville via the 'Georgia Diocesan, are enforced.. I disdain anyauthority .Under Instructions,,, we desire to say. ' i. + t t.n.. "' *f '.II t t.l. .lI) H. I t, ';...".i J
luxuriant crops of corn or any 'of the. Southern. & Florida Ry. -Trainsleave'Jacksonvllle74. -to. approve or disapprove' the that the Vestry'doe. not consider thM'

numerous vegetables. A chemical J ; $ a.- m.,.'7IQ: election of. qualified member 0'.>(' ft I I it bIt the agtl4rit9'toremave from; the, .f't'. THEKissimme ., .

.analysis war made some ten years ago p. tn<( parish to Its Vestry; wbeiber the.{ fad I4Ob'rar j fey' Resolution or,' minute ,

and this soil was_found to have acom.1 California Points, M3.05. Los Angeles -> such. as 1 personally would have'chosen j made by a ''former"-Vestry! and that Ice ,com'p 1y';
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merclal I value of over tea dollars' per' San Franclaco.ete.::: Tickets on or not; but in the oa*.. of Unqualified I I the Individual members of thepi' sent ,
,ron as a fertilizer. NAME COUNTY: sale dally September. 20'' to and Int persons, cuty".Vlltld to'give no Vestry who were member of the former i 'Bustne '" -"'

There I* one county that has made eluding November 'WlD03: .. J 4. \ oountenane to &.violation M the canon Vestry and'who voted. for'the Resolu I .. '. Is Npw Ready .for s,.. \

vtle snort ampleprovisions* for the Seattle Spokane, Wash.,"Portland, law.-For these reasons I must withhold' tlo objected to. by you, bav.'MO disposition '" > 'TAKS'THIS'METHOD:" ;' OF INFORMINQ Hk f>EOl
poor, the sick, or iny suffering from Ore:, etc., 55.10.,' Tickets; on sale any. ;'recognition of :the parish... to nor will they seriously entertain WE '
,accident It lias a beautiful home surrounded dally September 22 to and'! IncludingNov. : Yours. very truly, '.' any proposition to revoke their ..of Klssimmee'and contiguous territory that.we .are, now '

by orange groves, furnishes 301903. '.Wm, CRANE GRAY; action In this respect'until 'you hall manufacturing a superior,quality'of ice l and solicit atrbiMc

the attendance of a skilled physician Atlanta. ,, (la., and return 910.85, account Bishop of Southern Flol'l\ta.\ have apologised for toe rude and ungentlemanly for the same. At.a large expense ,we .have-equipped:: our ptant

.'And alt >necessary comforts. f'"' has Southern Inter-State Fair..Tickets GUILD, ROOM Febuary 20, 1903. manner la, which you with the best machinery that money ,. could, buy' ,and are highly
more the appearance. of some retired on sale October 13 and 22 only. 'DR. treated th Vestry.ac'your last visitation i pleased with the results of: the trial that; has been, given jt''ink ,

"Capitalist: than a public: farm, yet selddnrhas !- nat ]lima October_2o, I9o3y: , _._ .RESOLUTION BY POTTER. ,of this Parish,, anti who bad ; week We are profoundly grateful for the encouragement so far
- ; occupant owing'' to the The,Lookout. Mountain Route; the 'Whereas;t.h..Ve.of. SC: 'Paulas courteously: requested you' to meet given us and shall endeavor to merit' continuance\ of,. your'....'

universal prosperity of the citizens. f nly road having morning'and' night Parish Key West; Fla., was assembledon them that if possible ,1M,friction and will'and patronage by straight dealing; down ..ellbtand first-oh.. .

Jitter deducting sufficient from the recelpW trains St. Louise Cincinnati and the evening of the 16th 'Febuary, lack of harmony existing: between 'the i goods.: Tickets on",sale after to-morrpvtandr; :: our ;prices will'be i

.< of the farm ,to pay'all expenses, !the West via Valdosta. ,. Maoon;: :Atlanta this year for the purpose 'Of meeting {lector, and the majority .of the congregation Satisfactory'; Free delivery by our ow>x'wagoz. ,'pr' that,of,Mr.,. J11M ,;
it 'remits. or turns Into the county ,, Chattanooga,. Nashville' Local with Bishop William Crane Grayof bight thrqugh your media- , Gardner.. who will handlerouc pro4u t' '' .' -:'" .
from twelve the Missionary, ptocese of Southern ; , ," T: Very. .1 .i}
Ucaasary to sixteen bun- sleeping oar and coach to Macou daily. lion be smoothed and, reconciled. ;. .t'\ ;
lre l Florida who it was understood. ,desired' . '1 . .Jbf.f.f.. .. .. ., I ) .'n. . "IN. .
<* < dollars annually. NAME I COUNTY. .1 .' Througu PUllman Buffet sleeping If the congregation t>t St. Paul' '- l ,J 1" .
t here is ODe village in this county cars to..St."Loulsi. through Pullman to. confer with said,Vestry; andj Church Is dissatisfied with the .OQursv 'PHornr'lOl''" ,( '\'t '..' .,.r". .'.,:,...t'. 1't ,,,t , ,'" to ,,, ',"" ........'
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rth.* presents a condition\ probably un- reservations sold to;, Cincinnati .Whereas,Bishop? Gray did say,to the adopted by the Vestry, the ""Vestry' : : t't ,1 '
I i t"l'' <' *>*''M t I *< Ml'i ''ry-r* I I l' 44anati
organUatlon for business .
t knawa I la, any other place In America. rnd Chicago.. For'reservations .and Vestry before perfectly-.willing to surrender, to"'' them "

proportion the Inhabitants full.Information, address., 't "I do not ,wish' to see the' V'ei.ri.I the charge which; they ''did not seek, .. .

,FQuekeat" red. Every adult,Viegro Is a J. II. KAFFTERY! ,' I>I. Pass. Agtj!!; have nothing to -sayto the Vestry: I but'which \was; Imposed by.the Easter -- -:' -- ;:
;land owner,, a taxpayer) voter, and 201, W.( Bay St., Jacksonville, Flat did no task to see }the Vestry; or words election. V.re .still further' Initruoted '

considered by the whites. as useful clt-. I to this effect, and b1.'hi''m.lUler'' to say to you ,tUat_ the.mem- . :
A ,
liens. lacb.family owns and occupies i+ Letter' From- Home- demeanor,did treat >the< Vestry of St. bership of St..Paul's, the largest parIsh : I
ia neat cottage, liberally furnished, Here Is a copy Of an interesting'let Paul's'Parlsh'tp an impolite and rude ln this diocese is rapidly diminish-: '

surrounded bylawna. In which you.,will ter from' ; one Billvllle citizen anotb Inaoer;' [and "without. .provocation. or leg fa number, owing1'to'", the present f'p, ,: ..a;
see rare plants, shrubs and ;ree'. In er: cause; existing conditions;' and consequentlythe "65 ::
'tbU village such isthe morality pf "Dear Jim: I wrlte'you.thlu'to,'let Therefore 'w, it Resolved ,by, ;the support ,of' t.he'atiah, through '

iftha people t. Chouses are seldom, you know how things air, goln here Vestry of St. Paul's Parish that, while pledges,,bra so lessened t.hat-tb Parish : f ..Paurarate6d inl.

looked doors always1'.open, andprbp. The'SheU! has levied on. Tour crop, recognize aBishopof the Episcopal is in. debt... The, //3uDda School ,' ..
an' your.two mules, ..n', 'your 'house-: Church ab the spiritual. advisor e-f the '
is-
There has
-erLT secure. never beena which was at the flrst pf: Ehe (year the '
constable or legal officer In' the vll- hoi'goods, an'everjrthlcfgelse: he could diocese-in which be presided, 'entitledby largest on the Island and ''possibly *

loge, nor has one ever been demanded. I lay his han'. OD, an1'.it gives' me'pia'sure his 'oRlce! to the repect ''and :rever, without; 'exception in- the State has ' 444A.V' :fi '
NAMK VJLLAOB. 1 to inform you'that Z have ...hot.bbn' once from the parishioners; vet 'in, do. through'the) arbitrary action '6f' Mr > '
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In tihls county is a prominent pollttolan In the,left leg'' far'tryln' to levy fug. so'we da not concede a. sacrednessOf Hlgg during'the last, months of his' .' Weathet'pi'iiW. < :
who ..Is on me'alo'rln'>> the-doctor"says' he per.oD in either Bishopor' Priest, .,
strange. to say; not de incumbency tbe Parish, been so .. .
ceptlve., He has filled many offices In won't be' able to sell out anybody'elsebefore 6bat LIiei ando no wrong, not'' do we wrecked t.bat.'lt will be"caOnths before '" .. '

county and district. to the perfect sat'faction next 8p'rlng.4-the Lord-. wlllln'. conform 'to t.he'doct.rln4t'> inf anility Its membership'can be,' turned.. to, "the ,Ii
This le,,all, I know oept that'' your of the priesthood as promulgated by or'sa.io; b !; ] ..
of his constituents;.and'ean'be former gratifying.state.. . .
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Uncle Dave Is in ,jail fer makin'. oorn : :
'depended upon to ride always 'with the Church of Rome These are f aota-'andj-ars-presented: to /
inoralliy 'and progress In State or nay lioketragatnthegovr'mint.+ "', (. Resolved also t.ha.lPt.he Vestry of St. you'ai the legal bead of' t.be"EpllCO B. MakinsdrTGi: ):

tlonal legislation.\ After'Our: Bob" Do You Want To Yawn. 4 Paul'. Parish, feeling aggrieved &t."t.be pate of this diocese. With you must '
rude treatment by Bishop Gray, li com ' "
Davis serves a term or' two) as- chief Feel cold'IhiverlDIlI, 'aching''In the pelled by sense of self respect which,:1 1as. rest. the responsibility. and .with' your 1 h '.
executive we hope to see' him servingas bOne., I lack of energy,,headache, and abodyrlt considers it must, exhibit, j conscience must be the deciding factor, :3DeaJ.bra- : laa: ''. :;./
Governor. WHO is MAN? .whetheryou 'will allow .' Parish to !o '
THE great; depression These symptoms hereby places on record its disapproval
The general supply of one artlclefuulversally : / may.be followed by violent',.'headache, of the manner'and irritation shown by j quietly' sink out'of ,,existence ', 'for ,, the ,General Hardware e',' :'iSporti'tttft

demanded and absolutely high fever extreme -Nervousness,- .a Bishop Gray, at the meet ngs,'of Febu want of, ,ohurchly functions 'from'duly + -' L., ..W', ,

necessary to man has no't yet been furntshed condition known as malarIa;;;; Herblne I ary litb: ,' "and to f uther mart the disapproval appointed and called-Rector! ,{because ., ;
to the people pf: Klsslramee.NAMK orders these of personal difference between .r. .. : * ,. . i .i j
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the disease of the '
cures It;. Take ,It ,before Vestry? 1" 'L 4' ;
!: THM'AKTICUB. gets stair hold, though it will "work, a resolutions to'be made a portion Of the you and t.h..ve.tor'-i . '

')handed Solntlons'or'' answers' should be cure In any-: stage,,. J. A.< Hopkins{ minutes'of this'x eet.lnlr and! a'cOPT to The :Vestry' felt that'you could have ,Get, prices'. on. barb wire.. .. andjiails"before. (,- bnulna, iSOVill8t:8.. .: ,.;; t

to-the editor of the Gazette as Manchester,;. ',Kan.:, (.writes:' "1 have: sent to Bishop Oray healed, the differences here bad 'you so ""'" .. . . '
knew that
soon as possible.Besides naming medialne'Herbinefor desired; and the Vestry you " ;
used your ,great ,KEY WEsT'FLOnIDA' r bad been well informed 'because our I' ,
-county there must tie'a Written desoripti several years.There Is'nothtngpetterfor 3rd 1 1803.-: Senior Warden reported'that he' bad .. ,
a, m of Its positionits : August ,. ,; \ . :
;:; attractions, and detailed conversation with
malaria, .chills. and :fever, headache Rt.ftev. Wn.' Crane Gray a long
' population., products and resources of ; you on this subject: You obose- to .
t ., JJL.less than onehundred words.; : blllousnegs;rand for v>i' bloodpurlfylng.tonlc Bishop Missionary Diocese. f.i leave Key1 West) without undertakingin '
The prizes r for correct answer 'and ,' there; 'Is .:.nothing- '"as" > :of Southern Florida; 'f. the slightest. to narrow the, breach NEW MARKETBASS' :

best essay will be subscription; 'free good.. r COo at all druggists,' -1 ... 'A Orlando;; Fla. which was widen Ing between _thejtector J .,.
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4 'to one of the popular magazine and 1 .$.....i.,Two From ueath.. :: Dear Slr;; and th. congregration! ,' and you : j '" "
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the KlssimmeeValley Gazette 'for Oneyear. -:'Ou," little) daughter< ..hadan" '>,almost At the. last meeting of the Vestry' of now;-elect to ,deprive ,us' ofa'. Rector ;OLD; 6TAIMD, ,., J

Address! NAHboosSttE,1 fatal attack\'' whooping cough, and St. Paul's Parish,this city, your letterwas because the vestry.had the manhood
'. V a .V*Uey Gazette; Klsslmmee, Fla. broncltis.writes.Mrs.; W .K.' .H vl- read.in which'you threatened theBeautiful to resent your rude conduct.: J. T.. REAVES.., PROP l l'j t.'
task'which theVestry.delegated
finished ?
have
! ';.The? Tampa Monumental Works '.nd., of Armonk;.N.:T.., "but,, when! ComplexionsArespoiled ;; ; -,; 'We Us:our to, perform and ,'"', '.... : > ," ..,..... '
'4 ampa are t.u1'l1lnll"Ou' the best' all 'other remedies"falled.w* saved her' .1. i''
grade 'using of considering that there Is no further ar.gument'td .. ,
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by apy kind 'i< .,. '
v" ,
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of work: .In,t.belrJln. at, 'most with Dr. Kings? New plsoovery. : '
reasonprices. that
the
well-
ble .. They .Aave furnished A I niece, who bad, Consumption\, advanced preparation that fills the pores of the be made and Handles nothing but. the best; choicest--Beef, Pork'' "
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spiritually of the -
rests
r skin, The'beat to secure a, clear being, Parisht
umber also'used t. wpndeiv way and' Mutton-that the market
of -
, our people'with handsome stage, "j' andthst; .. : afford.qrs; -.o1i9ited '
' tones to mark; : the last. resting: place medicine: and to-day; ,she, ,1 lq I per comple'doDr'free, from sallowness, now entirelywith ,Lou responsible you and.promptly.attended.' '..Free.delivery: in;;jbown:
alone will for "
f their:.Toyed ones. 'YOU'l'8t nothing'ut leot.tt"'well.'J '.Desperat throat and pimples, blotches'etc.,., lato keep the and you be .. ' '
> flrst-oUss' work from. these lung diseases"yelld to Dr...King's Dls'ooveryalto liver In Irood'order.. ,An 'oc a.lon..l its, downfall or fut.urepro.peflt.101' :. ... . . ft. . :
gentle
doW of Herbinewilloleansethe bowels ,,, -We remain, '
>en and'their other medicine earth. ,
price1 *re''V. { >F.,:' ,4Ty 'I, oq regulat ,the liver', and so' establish jaOvntE PATTKR8OKV. .tERMS. : f' '
10 handle iron fenoee,. J Infalllble for Coaghd"and Cold:. 60c 1 ,: .. ,CASH. PONE6t:
t'I and '11.00 bottles guaranteed, by a clear, .thy'"complexion, .Wo at JOSEPH, Y.lPCRTERiCommittae." .) ;" . At .'-1-:; ; _' J "" 'r.1+ '. ', 'r. .

'lr Send us'...trial''drjfleVof: J tob'printing;., Osoeola' *,phaannacy Trla.1 bottle >.free .U druggist -' _,, -w r-> ,. ',. "A
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FI1E W5T cIVr.or rti- -- 'Range, of the WUd Animal: ;:-JOHN ,L.. eTEAMA1N' : ;



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1 tn. f vl! y Monkeys 'in Every Cpntinent.Saye AustraliaI -- r
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.. 1ola4Aeai1 Sack to; ihe Far I r'l ab t f of r 4y: ry4 > Sale Food
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1&lepl OstrichE"sty **mmm Eider 1hlc1iss: .CroWlng.t.es. ,;' ,. ,

"- .The- Skurik> Confined to'Arrerfca2Narrow -' I.
t i l gn m'i ..v Stable; - SEp Stable. r

. 1 Famous Birds "pt .Paradise.M .- g
/ 't IIIIl1i1111111N11111 Range of the, C>> .
( "l f .. i-t / . ,* .. ,nttni, '' .', ' ? .*
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,, ..". M.w .. ...: +.+' _.J'-.r' '_, 4'1.. '. '- i *. .,. ..
UR more or I less Intelligent! T hablot,of tho cider duck, \vhoie Finest Turnouts-.in T, wn.: i

friend the monkey; I. down in so highly Valued practically ,-- ;
w'r'r ,
,,, ; >; ar, i [81' found In every 'continent (oliicldcs with that of the polar be,"'.: ,

... Assfralla but bl It Is found) on all Arctic boasts, but also
u ,
I. J.j. straight for tti] Jion >,. ,} clamor to' except '
l >t Afl g largest habitat Is In Africa. fives couftlderably) ' 'CotJde4.too-of ,: 1I *-U>, woman who robbed Ulin. -8 thought UJVa< Ulftoi The 1 at9f".We.Lroughtthlut 4-lth LUH"io-higbt/o: ti e 1 n t ouflned, in North America, limit of the polar'bear. TIle time was Aon1[ for Standard' -CoIDDany.1 a

'Sto was always: .running! in and.put ot1ue : confront her. She wouldn't( glare" 'us chiefly to -the long ICDlnslJttrom! Hex- ,:When the 'elder duck girdled all the .
garden, feedin'g-rthoi lea 'to .Panama that unites the two northern coast lines ef-the world with .. .
> chickens 01 the chance till we got the warrant:" n ,
}locking for eggs or fetching wood frpm' '"jibqdoean'tlscem/ to mean to give western continent; lie Is 1=found, In 'its myriad pests, but the bird has.been

the stack at 'tbe, aide of"the Jiouse or you.a chnnce'iiow," observed Clifford," Europe only In the't"xtrl'lUeioulhera) so mercilessly hunted that It has now

'water fronr tho tnelL1" -.7Ten ning'lffeSted: to think; that her:* ln.ot Spain, along tho Strait of Gibraltar disappeared from thousands"Si beetling/. Ti KISSIMMEE ,

3'Sp that.you just thought' It Was she )Capture Iwd. only a matter of 'minutes,. where tourists wlo have timeto1 cliffs along the sca/Where* It was" formerly lhP4VEfl

and then troubled yourself'' uo'more as lie' kept to his post watching, the, wonder among the forests overlookIng -* known,;; _
"' ' '' 1',rob 1bI7 famous bird bus a
. him leaping no-
alloutn! the'sea will' discover
,/ v Trout of the bouse while, the other:
"Tes." J i' ',' men searched th<|premises at4ho Pack from branch to.branch'n" he' does.. .In... smaller habitat than the bird of pnrn-' OtTTE.11 II
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*?Dld yon bent or think tropical l Africa. dlse; whoso beautiful feathers are .o
you. hsardj; .Ilut.hehnrdlylooked: ; ed confident/ as \ A .
her come In agalnY* ( :-r might have bch .expected from his :Monkeys! aro very"numerous! along highly prized in v the inlllluery trade. ". .

There was a pause.' Then'Nell .whispered -. word, '"" the northwest coast of South ..AUlerllI.but No one knows why the varieties of this :' LILUE. STEAM: EH KOSEADX.,

: :l" lad ia. be and!'cause foratnealiesa.: are not fou'm d west or the Andes beautiful bird are coiiDucd.td t the Island Captain Clay,Johnson,. !Sr.: Captain Clay JohnsonJr, t'
."' \ of New Guinea and the neighboring*
"Ye. from .northern Peru to the south end of '
It was he who bad first conceived usplclona' -" Regular weekly trip* to'Duslng r'and return: ,.Rqseada leave Klsslm-
''When coasts of Australia! :. There are ninny ;.
In
was Itr the continent.- Their home Sqntli
of Miss :Theodora amf It bad' men :Tuesday morning, and arrives Klssimmee Friday evening.,
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"It was-.Ions 'Wbne after, just before America la chiefly.in the forests of Venezuela other islands not far away where the
taken all the ingenuity of which, he- Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort the lIL
Myers cm .LL
I took tbe tea Into the' dining' throughout the great Amazon conditions would" seem to be 'equally
.. was mutes to get together enough evi' Comfortable accommodation for passengers., reasonable.The .
toom: i basin-and along the fluvial systems of favorftblerfor-thelr existence but they Rates ,
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d".nce..agaI08t. her to Justify 'him In "
Sir! Neville laid dowo-tb pen which the upper half of the Paraguay and the are not found amongthem; and if eellfJuJd' most picturesque' Waterway In Florida. \ V
for '
asking a-warrant. The of ,
sight an
he bad been holding, clasped Ills hands old scar on one of ber little bands on' Parana, rivers A little south' of the ever see a hunter of the bird' For Passenger and Frleht'tate.. apply to '
and' looked his of paradise we would know that he '' CI. JOHNSON., SR., Proprietor.
over wrlt1ng-Table at the occasion of .of his -vl.lts to' Junction of these two rivers they disappear -
her air of one was -a native of New Guinea or the On board "Llllle" Fla!
wltb> 'an ,exasperation.: Shingle End ,had suggested !to > him and the greater part of Uruguay .- Klssimmee.' -'
T "Now,1'my'dear'girl, 'on earth curios- neighboring mainland of Australia or ,.
+. why' that she might have been the woman .Argentina regard! them as a --
l i,- ,4J1tnt: y'ou tell the coroner-that?"' WhOM band he bad burned with the' Ity to be exhibited traveling shows. had visited those regions. ,

"I 'couldn't bare-told. them that In fuse at the Inn.. . .Th* monkey live. in the forests of. Everybody; heard that the cowry J

4 my answers to their questions," replied ,But It bad been along: time before nine-tenth.ot'Africa, from the mountains shell is, used as money over a whle partof I E.VE.RQ MAN HIS{ OWN 'DOeTOR'

Nell, earnestly."Don't, ;you remember be could make out a casu-not,.'Indeed, of the Atlas ranges la the north to the Western Soudan. It came.to beregarded
that-all they ultcd: .m, was whether t until be bad'thought'ofusingIhe pow tha OrangerlliTer: of the south and Is on account of its shape and I By J. Hamilton TWyers, M. "D.A. .

bad been"outaldp the house, hot wbetbi half-witted George (clans, whom be also seen II).great numbers and variety size as avery convenient medium ofcxchdngc. . ,o -pag. Illustrated D'ok, containing valuable information peP-< .
er 1 had beard. anjljody'elscf Inor and Cochin But If tbe shell
go Burnvak
throughout India cowry;
bad got out of the bands of slwpld
and
twining to diseases of the human ,showing bow to treat
out!" . .1 Nell under a promise, wblcb had been China, the Islands of the Indian archipelago -I might have been picked up In. bushel system;
with of medicines. contains of
eore simplest The. book analysis,
Sir Neville did remember., He asked'one of southern China find baskets by any one'strolling along the ;
tie and parts
faithfully kept that be should well
II ; eonrtahip and marriage; rearing aDd management of children, be
more question.. to he draws the African coasts It would, of have
taken care of and that be'febould return <- apan. Strange: say course .
aid. valuable! with fait offact.
etc. complement
".I Dave beard' a report that a caqrasbag'containing to her very shortly Even then line at New Guinea and the neighbor been valueless ai money. If the shell --- materia prescription mediea that, recipes, should, know. .

i the 'moDe7 collected the aifflcultles in the way of the pollens lug tropical coasts of northern Australia were very easy to fret so that every everyone;
household Mil b
Tale
t.1 for, the shipwrecked sailors on[the barf1!been great. At first Claris was 'where hells conspicuous for !Ills absence native might Accumnlate a'f' 'te quoatl-- I most indispensable adjunct to every;, well-regulated / {
'night before I mailed postpaid;;to any; address, on reoaigt ,of_ price; SIXTY CENT
your uncle- werit out.-of sullen and taciturn. No questions! though the conditions there seem tics; of it. nobody would glvo ale ivory : Address ?

his'mind was,found. in' your room. I. would obtain from him a clear answer to be favorable for his prosperity vegetables or skins In exchange for It. __ \ y

that true!:". as to tbe events of the night which bad The Indian elephant !Is found Tie cowry beli-<'cMue to have valuein ATLANTA PUBLISHING T1OUSE:, 1L'L_!n.Tl'T
"No,.!fir. Meg my. uncle's servant turned his brain. It was not until that throughout that peninsula and also inSurrnah much the came way that value has TA.GA.

and I found Jt.on'the mat at the toot very afternoon tbat .-be had accused Slam and the French East been[ attached to gold. It wan regardedby .. -

of.tbe. stairs.; And that I. really all I Miss Bostal by name of the thefts and Indies, but his range among the islandsof the West Atrlcaosfbo saw it us a -. -. - - - a

have to tell you, air,", Mid Nell with this furnished the police with enough the archipelago is confined to 'Suma- convenient form of money; butit was

1 an air of relief at having finished -the I data for further proceedings. tra and Borneo Me is not known in difficult to obtain It. As the article was

odious recital. Clifford listened in dumb bewilderment rava. desired it 'came to have value Just the Florida
"Well that is1enoughfor 'pu East Coast Ry
pose, fortunately. said Sir Nevilleaebe our < "' There seems to be no climatic reason same as nnythlug-doo*. which men desire .

"What can she have done It for} Is why he should not have appeared on to possess. ..
to the ) -
rose ring bell "And now -- '-
she mad!" asked be, presently. the other islands of the East Indies. The cowry shell Is found only on,the

ft yon and must let Lady come Neville into the five drawing-room you'a glass Hemming shrugged his shoulders Its home In Asia extends about seventeen coasts of a number of Islands off the- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903. ';,

"Doesn't look much like madness to degrees of latitude further, north I southwest shores of India. It had to
of wine. You are a little bit of a heroine tlJUTHlOUIID-/lUD .
although youbave certainly have shot the man who was going to ban that of bis. :African cousin, wbtf be carried thousands 'of miles to the NORTHBOUMO-S.IAD UP.FFET

not'done facilitate tbe Inform against her,"-said he, dryly. was once numerous among the Atlas west coast of Africa where there wqsa 10.99. Nate TATI01-.. .0..' Mara
course
j; of Justice.muchfto be "wound up..' with a dllr1I14ed'ahake' "flood gracious! Then. you think, Mountains near the Mediterranean demand for II:. and so.real value be- ball,. Daly.I { : ' D.lIy. nu,.
. she=: '" uthaving been exterminated there came attached to It and It could( bo usedas
of the bead. - -- N 110 a ...r..JackaotnMojaekaonTllla.............. ... 'Jla
; But Nell refused to to be abawnoff It was hardly conceivable to Mm his most DortherD'range Is onl7'about money.. : I .a. .....>............. ...... ...'."::* TOTa ( p'i
In the go even yet that'the prim, rigorous little fifteen degrees north of the equator. The time came however when on i'HII 10 a,. .... ... ... .,....&..>nKa.lln..................... .00. I ..
drawing-room refused even .. .. ... ........... .1"
,' to. have a glass of wine or a cup-of teajbroughfTO old maid rwli2r"had been eo inilcli He :roams through" the Sondan and aei onnt of the large profit derived : CLAM I miss.r..t.::::; .".. ...Vaf.1;:...:.::..... ,. ....:... -I 4 MaMa Ua CARRItS ATTENTION:

her in the study before shewent. shocked at his walking along a.oountry the whole of Central Africa, from the from the transportation of cowry; TRAMM: iiitinr Ar.L ,. ..'. ......i......f.l.tki................. .L. lit.
;;, road on Sunday In a light suit>could neighborhood of Timbuktu and Lake shells In West Africa that supply became ,TRAM FIRSTCLAM .... .................P.I.tka..... ;..... ........Ar I '
She was white trembling, mistlerabte. -1 .. Ar..b.a M.t................ ......- ..... CARRItSBUFFET
; But abe felt that aha wanted have been guilty of the systematic Chad. far south as the Tropic of Capricorn greater than the demand. 'Na '. FIRST ...... .,eabaLv........",....San M.t".n .............>....Ar"/1MIi.. .. !.. 'i.IOJ BUFFET 4
to crimes now laid to her charge, In the la 'South! Africa.- Not many turally the price of- cowrj'-Jnoney was ... . .
bet alone, to cryber out at the I a Ly..N..a. . 777T.& 4 Ma M
eyes silence which followed his words oDe years ago the African elephant was thus reduced and West Africa passed AMDFIRST'AFIATUflK. K sip .... ................Vunnlla...,....j................ IOe a4Sa -ni'" BUFFET
fact that she had
terrible been orced 1 44 p.. ....................Dupont....... ..,........... BUFFETPARLOR
:at last to assist the Justice which she of the two Stroan policemen Came up. browsing on the site of what is now the through a financial crlslx which was TRAINM. U ...................Onnonil...................... 11 a I I" r y
would bare diverted "She's got'awaysaid he; in a low city of Durban. onth, South African never adequately reported/In the news- TRAIN Up..............,.......attnna ..................... ana 1i p BUFFETSLEEPING DlUOTtO
from the crimInal .................. e-rs0rango ......t. ........ MaS44a .. i PARLOR
if she could. One question, how voice, "We've bunted all over .tbe coast. but be was hunted so persistenty papers. ONTRAIN !r lip ......_......,....*rw Sniyri.a.a........a.... .....
ever, she bad to put t in her turn before place. There's) no way by Which'sbecould that be has-entirely disappeared In Cowry money 'became so cheap that TRAM 13n ft Ip II" .......,........................Oak 1tu.11.DilL.............:....... .... 114 I S4aII a tap PARLORCARS: SLEEPING

she left the presence of the magistrate. have got back Into the house. the southern part of Africa and Is now there was little temptation even to 1 ..........,......O eoa...................,... MaS4Sa f .
'" ." "How could abe have got far-with found not nearer than'1500 miles north steal ItThis etate of affairs ,, OARBON CARTRAM SERVICE II" .... ...........R."I.I... .. .,Ip SLEEPINGCARS
he7 win It In put an
bring that she-was : : p....................Eaa Oalll.,...........,...:... 11 Ua CARS THE
!.. .asdr of course, will they not?" aheaak4 that short start of you? asked Hem., of Cape Town. : end to the Importation of"the cowry' OARB : U. 4n.......................Ibour ...................... I n .I'. CARSARI
.lncreclulousI7.t IN p..' .... ... .,....... ......
will shells .baaU." ,
bear not -wander and
4 .H
anxiously but with .The polar very no more were shipped until ; '.:xme p
an attempt i in t
11 1 ..., .... ", Lu -'IS."Ity .,. ..,........ I'Ta CARS
done: J '
she's *
but .
=
,':.. appear quite sure of his ..nswer..r . "I don't .know', tar from the Ice oceans of the north. equilibrium had been restored between a 1 la .. .....'\......... ,yt.PlrresyMYrs/! ... ... I "Itaa PACT
I'm search the tt ,,...........,.... .. ... ... ,
going to .bpuse so you I .Tlb"'i' .. l iaTa104S !I
*. Neville's The result !is that his habitat extremely supply and demand-Sun E <+"'t.\ Up <
answer was notreastrrlnk.
; ..
.
t I' .. ..... ........:... Ed..n..u'I'' JO'.
''and the look which accompanied keep your ere open. narrow though It girdles the "_'i:!I:: 14I Zip..... ...-.....,...... icnacn .........u.:......... .a ARIOPERATED. :AKD PACTTHAT
The front.door bad been left open ...... ...... St..arl. .. ..... r'I' 10OT
.
It stlU less world In the Arctic regions.He 'EasU.b' 9oldlen.In 4r'its : s
was. 10. whom'the n p.......:.......Hob Sound.t. ..rcnsti. .: H. 10 14V OPERATED.OPERATED.BCHKCtTLJCS AKDON >THAT
'Tnat U, a matter for after, conslderaC .. -. by, the Colonel. sergeant wanders along all the northern his'letter to. the London :Times on ... ' 4* p .................. w..plter....... ..,....rc...... . 1 Ma
found in the dining-room sitting with 0 fe .......... ....,1T..Palm ewh. ....... .. .... / SSatoa ONT
coasts of the continents and the shoresof "
D. the physique of'tbe British Army ............ ........Born ... .......... .. It. / TRCARRItS
;' bead bent tbe dying embers of the FFET tai .
\C Nell'walked'' to' tbe door with stag* over the Arctic Islands. Peary bal,seen which made a'very' considerable ..tlrIn' THE UI"- ...........: .. "" ... ....,. ........ MaMa :
fire. Une man felt'sorry' for him and . ... ... .141Pud.d' l......,........ .. .. I .
,,
gerinf feet. Miss Theodora a murder- \ him on the edge of the most northern England, the Duke'.of Wellington :I 1 ft ................... Rallaac'ala.Lemon *........... ........ T n. IIi t9
*eeT" In danger of penal servitude, if .voleftyg land yet discovered around the north gives some interesting statistics as to M tip .......,...._; ;-;. CUT .... ....... ...... ))1" u. .
net of banging] Tbe thought was too pardon sir have to coast of Greenland. .. 50Art.vrw.n..Nlaml ".................T.y T IS a
agalnP'The'old : the British.recruits.. In 1000 the aver-
search bouse
the ]
.o'errwbelminglyborriblel t t'Nell It we were to visit Iceland for a look ago height was 0 'feet 5.4 Inches; OX BRANCH LINE; ... ..;
ic ,tottered to the cab andwaa; man acquiesced by a nod at the polar bear we should have to go weight 124.4 pounds admissions
to
and the officer' withdrew. From the ;
'driven;back! to'ber.lodging .at Court.W'la to the north coast to see him. The s.xroaD BRANCH.Ha ORAJf OB CITY B&ANOH.No. .
hospital 0>3.1
1000
per ;
; constantly
ground floor to the first floor from the
., ,.. an almost taJlltlng'condition.. "waters washing 'the other coasts of the ifDally I 3 < Wo,
non-etTectlve through sickness BTATIOXS. L Nan
first fldot'to the attics, he hunted In per AiIL ST TIOKS. J '
w tew'!lDlaute before the police sera. Island appear to him a.lltt1e too warm b.ll ID.11 Pall? Danl '
every corner. Hardly In vain. For 1000. 34.85: ; death rats per 1OOO 0.62 V IS a I. .. ....'... TltU.Tll *.........ArcLv..KnMrprlaa $ .,.
.aewbo
.
.
bad been bee for This
comfort. the
escort to Sir although did not find Miss Bostal'be is natural for The percentage of rejections In 10OO( f II af LT ...........Mima......... .. 157 p tOleaLy.N.5wraa..A I 40.1 Op
.Merit!. started for Shingle End with south.coasts are under the Influence of ss ...........Ost..n...,... ...An 1l SI a 4PIp l tlaII LV. ek.U..a .Ar '
27.4 In 43
found evidence of bet' was ; 1001,20.O-1. and in 100"1.. . $ 6
enough .. .
'a. warrant for Miss Bests!'. appreben- preydatory the warnTcf l "waters of the Atlantic and N n.Arll 0 a S>a Lv.Oradu City.Ar 1 46 p
habits to convince any Jury of 32.22.. The last figures Germany pubJlllhed CW Ar..s.nfoN ________i.Vll 4O a 1 liNa.lt Ii4SeAr.O .(' O..LT 4 ISto
the bear
understand
polar cannot
L.. her guilt oftbe minor crime of theft why were for 1887 when tbe percent. Na, SI (laTlO
.....
any one should enjoy life- In such an
\ CHAPTER XXIII. at least uncomfortably hot climate/ age of rejected was only 10.3< and that 1.y au01117.ad.? Dally. u flue MA.TPOBT BUAITOH 1).llye One.. DallThaaa 22/. ,r

.,It':was tbe'pollce sergeant who bad Under the boards of the attics; sewn We have the skunk all, to ourselves from tbe'total number of conscripts 0p 19 MalAlia 00p tS4aSSa LT.. .....J.ekanvllle..Ar.,,,,.,. T41a
'taken. Nell Claris' to "Sir-Nevillel/ Ba; up In tbemattresa. of the lady own In North America. He. lives In Canada not from men who had been accepted 5 i p 5 LT.... .So. J.ok. nTlllaLv""Atlantla l .....LT T STaTCta lilt 1101

:who bad;brought to:Sh11gIeEpd the' Tied, bidden, away; In boles In the disused an tar north aa the UDDer cart of the by'recruiting sergeants. p 10 *49 a a 1 p 514s 1015 Lv..PabIo 8eae..Lv Jlcaoh.... LT .,.:.4...,,...., T ooa IMa|14ta 450p
0Ip21 IJ1'
A ;Wawrsnt for Miss Bostal*.arrest., This chimneys-'...officer ,found a Mackenzie River and Is distinctively a Ma Olh4i..Yayport.. .......LT ....... 4 a 11 SO*
'war.*t be had not, so tar had an op: hoard as varied as It'was Interesting: -North A.merka.8nlmalrJIe Th. Loon Bird'. Call. .
------ Tlma T bl. show the tlmM a4 bloh trains be
mar .tt..et.d V>-a vlvs f
portanityyofsholvingto Money .In notes aria silver;i and gold; r you r1rd the loon bird' !rem tb.a.venl.rtiooo.1>uLUud iarrtTal aa 4part'
: the Colonel: : Is found throughout our broad domain 1 or 1partnr a4 u> Uraaa ataMd not iruarani * How however, that the lady ha4 dls- j Jewelry 'of little value for the- most from Portland. Me., to- Oregon: call? It Is tho weirdest cry of all the ar or doaa. th Oompaay hold U al( t.epos.lb1.totauyd.layor- -aay eonaaquanea arlalns; (bar*.

appeared and It had become necessary part andTsppnreutly taken new from and from Florida to Los Angeleu. For 'teathercd tribe and is only to be heard

to'March the place, and 'more thor- shops; half .a dozen men's watches, some reason be seems to have a prejudice on rare occasions on the great inland KEY WEST AND HAVANA '

oagfalyr ,the sergeant' respectfully pea I a8C',..pursPIr, .pieces of stuff against Nova Scotia and Is not lakes of America. It sounds exactly
tvriMd l. the old gentleman to Inform scraps of lace card-cases, silver spoons known In Newfoundland. like the cry of a woman In distress. PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI -

_ .the. ntter-of the anthorltx. by which' he and fork.' 'These were. part only of The skunk: Is really a very respectable "Like woman wailing for limcrdcinon la Effect April: 13, 1903.
- what he.found. lover," said one man' who had beard -' -'
and
4 ooel beast cannot be .. U50.il :
:T,QQo 'BostaX: ;' divining 'tb 'man's Covered winntie dust of years'most blamed for making himself obnoxiousto severely; 'It:, quoting Coleridge."I L. lam 1 III"1'11"SOUTH....a"..:., ... .,...,..... 0'a L- it.va_ lino SusHi. F-i .IOUNa......:....,....... n. aem
Intention, :.made a'gesture of horror of them were; tbe cold and sliver tar. heard a faint wall far away t'Isy w...8un..'fhur..................23e I' \ Mon.; Frl......:....... 15)p
his enemies. Some bold experimenters up Wea'sun. Thur.......... ....... Arlc.ywe., .a
J .. .
.... .
lap Tu. 5.I. .... ..,
and nlsbed and discolored with 1.rA.nntNon
yithout staying either to bear the age and : the lake, he continued ....,... .. a
assert that the skunk Js very good mlArglng on rl ... ;,....,. .01. ..MI.ml n.. Set...:..... ........... 110 t'
j eraeel."rexptanaUoa or to' look"at''tho damp ,On the-whole a fine collection I eating./ the experience. "It sounded -1Ik 0 _.

warrant: retreated' hastily"into" the and amounting In value to -Home hun There Sr. Just four regions/ In which woman! crylngrfor succor. It was: indescribably j For copy of 1-.1: TIm. Card or olhltr InlormM.IOb .dlr.ri any Agent.

)aouae. . dreds of pounds.- the wild African ostrich Is now found. weird and harrowing. As
'
;.CUtronJ.'hQwevn. caught'slgbt of the Nothing less than a sliect was ot an7'Utle He' lives "jconsiderable numbers In the cry come drifting down the lake,
paper, to the ofBoerts,hands, and I to,, bold the :;.collection and even
sometWng'of''the' Arabia --where .be has beenlittle the very air' seemed to T>e full .of sorI I
truth was suddenly. when the sergeant, his way, hunted. In Africa his row."-New York Pr es.Plain .
northernUsbltat
< veiled to him.- It flashed upon' him eo down the stairs with ..huge bundle on roost ..
abruptly this knowledge, .that the bis back he felt by.no means certain Is the Soudan and the southernpart of the British Fiddler.

,: "jheeh-turned blw sick: and giddy;, It that there was not more behind.A -Almost of the the Sahara Atlantic from Ocean.the Red Sea The annual l complaint of English '.... .. .. .. ..e. .. ...

i Was some minutes before he could ask,. bent figure stood In front of him musicians .
comes from London. ,
-Htf does not lire In H is
'.II the ,the : the excessively .
\ 'InaJaoa..nd. tremulous voice. : opening of dining-room that'an English musician
' "moist regions of Central has no


f, 'I".FOi': ;'r"Yei"I.tha.na', 1'bn1v air.1?' _. ;;,'?"- ,' ,, door Colonel,;"Am I,In.under tranquil, arrest tones, too'?" asked. the- Y" la the Ocean drier and*ountrles numbers.the Nile''between he HU Africa is found the fourth but Indian Inconsiderable bands chance foreigners./ In to get London There work during!In are competition 300'/ the orchestral season with : We Do Job Printing !1


:"Jllis.And. Bo.tal.u. "No. sir. But we've got to watch and practically all of them
the policeman continued1 bissearcU the bouse1. home In Africa Is In the.grea t dry districts of 'aliens. Tbe chance arc made up. '
one. an Englishman
of German West
'
;, } about tbe cardeD and the,house "..lad what bave you got there" *' Africa from theatlantic has of steady '
employment is
Ocean ; to
for; tile lady 'who. bad' mysteriously' 'The policeman, b7'' the dim light '0(_ across the continent.more than half way disguise himself and pretend ',to be n : Of All Kinds.I I' 1 i ,
.
: '
'
abtappeired.| '' ? . the lamp.ID'the passage, displayed his He German or A Belgian.1 One band of 1
_V ,fTlien !It U.-Miss BOlltal.bom find in silence. In .silence, 'also, the thirst'was lands'of long ago/ driven out ofslho sixteen wears foreign uniforms, ''trims I

eorge Claris wants to see?" Cpjfcnel;: looked, and Immediately :withdrew Cape. Colony for hunter beards In foreign style and speaks only

Thv innkeeper: who bad now snb- Into the room. The sergeant' IefL tact became that wild too numerous. for him. The la torelp.'.010noIl111.ble! but every. I We Can Please You. "

sided 'Into :a".stolid .silence' and ,ttsntqnlllty. the boos and wet Clifford on the lit., killed to obtain their ostriches,-plumage are Las always : one7,is an 'Englishman forced' to- the . I-,

." was watching the front door tie path' leading to, the Rate lielerk'ed unfortunately subterfuge'.by,the necessity. of. mating
: ot tbd!; house. ,It was Hemminff Who his head back in, the carused a. great diminution a .IlTlng.- .j' .. 1. ..
among them and the prospect Is that __ ..
. nnswfredr1( > ,of the house.. t' -
__ if: "'*Ye ..,'mir:, He'- sot QUite himselfref 'Korry for the old dII'CK'IIOII'J In-time-they-will- entirety-replaced' A*IT.lv.r..I w_.. .. .. .. .... ...

U Mt h.'*not too far off U to have be! !'. In'a.low vole "It's by the domesticated ostrich now livingDO , Though real estate men say, porches.

:Vewn fit oae to us. We're hart him uu- him up, bas this. He's ; the OIItr1ebf.rm. of-Cape Colony give more trouble than any other' part

tiff:'O.Jl''e '.1r tbes
.. chance Continued.- ,UM.wild bird Is'toue'T. !. ODA Philadelphia.Records '
be
lMBv r gets tile makes To be ',), ..._ '- s.--- '- ..,
itt':: ; ,,; Itril .,,' .' '1'1' .+p

1t'r jo',''' ..';P.{ 'tt. 'j '. lib" +.

-.. 34iyAa ,
.. .. $ '.' rv ;

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THe: 'IHLDS.ODIt.A:: :: : r* deP .t. . abates.4 of._.-b v-.hi:"<**_**> _::y'iD) sJ from/tW atotbend: If was.. as vssi(7. = .' '

The; hit, are all ae. with' ..y.110.'a'l..in. .;; I chlot' : at the.retreat of that prcsuinebly- WtcuiiiHf that' of 1 led li'oo,to+. la UM Alabama exploilingef I .;elsewhere the l depcuhJU i : p flO-i:-: i ., ,

each Ph : lady StJ** \ alkr turnedpegpe ,
.That: roee'"s mfry impuliM of.the { st oung -.
wind : toward UI,1Itiu"e. f ; A.j ''T 'DloDr the Appalachian Mountnlutank's .
da1\COII'liIt hf dearMt wish ?! indeed. blast .f' '',. : ::00,
With as Can Into ''tli itaehl ; .* primitive furnace Ii FI.w
HREluZj ;'ck : .
/ A evYi> *' t'ft."t p. .was erectedwhew the city of Bfnolug' '11 \ Y;
shown intd tin
A nd lnugJiicp like file mellow ni-h was bf I
tt 1 I Rl' .
bam now stands Copper'waS hId to a.Uicitcd
The.''rlnening corn flaunt. fat aero* tho 'Velt. well.lksalil! MIss Walter, '
n.kin, f .A'bO\'rUr-tor; 'eho! '.t'I'q' wxrgropcUlnilou In )- ( '!'l"t . .-- -. ..:.: --- \. 'oxteut: :from the PncktownvrovlwJi '.UOGAL:: TIM= I Et\T-A ''B L E "

jta.tloriouanbmdanee.eercecondy. j. tb t'TtSIt-'Vh1'' 4'UU"tdear us 'a.O+.' c'0 : / & -T nucsftce, bntiinora, largely' . I i r!
::And:. through Ihs lowlAnd. sunny:,'Ttvcr/. atC 'ted ow. .rrwa. sliis : F' ..T VEr JUNL 28 ? ..
"wind for'a,,wl'ole-iThr m pCfJ: ; ) yocu3': : from .1&11'|i ,<4u 1'lWloUllI7 ,iuen.tlancd 'i' > !ttgp..1I: t ,

Ihick} bordered' i by the, suroaoV aiubcr* man?" ._ '? ,., .1 I'r: ; is d'lfBoul" for anyone: I JfltU 1 : lint: Itndbtenatled] ,. / the ninnufachira ., .v/>' RUAD'UQWN.,v . :. _ RDb uP,

stain. "Very ,orraunt.,but It Wnsn't ir.lte IC Kcrth. who \\asjB8t ,n .' of turpentine, I-ond, nu4, ,;la<5. --- . .. ,. ...., . .' , .'., ''

From : f ), the my fault," he returned IIPlttklnlrather/: 11Wl .l>:lrt1 lc il1r-11, ". 1 'h iij"'atoug'h1ytthe1 ''w tO'only to bo had In limited quaniUtie IS ! '! . .. lIe
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road Mmso:1Pui1j'l? 'ttbJw gloomily' :rIles.J b. utdded..-tjrltll somehow tt" :or' */ nod'were obtained' chiefly". tfominlues . s'.J iL r'' .. '. f'...BfLxOHB:: ; : / 11
fa '
Far down' the : .. ward visit1wlll'be ( Virginia.; r". t
embarrassment "but rI .
went, .T-mum; .... : my ; nsA: .....- ." > .. .', ''" : .,. .
ooTM the raptured journey 7. of the very ..bol.t"no1Tllo fact Is, I that were t.'pI'l'lltu\.oed by \ Modem C.-Direl)..ni o,.A.. raU.. .. suna. / H"\'o\.ri.tl'.t'.J\I/ .. . .... .. 1 ;
And t> ek., with than,'the purple realm. have decided togo ,bock?Jo town by those vrho'llved la the Southern .States !Jr. Lydekter drew 'attention; In'.an 646 ... 1:1: 1 i .\.. ..... f.';.. ... .X..tbl..n..}..., jo.o....; .. I..:;..,.... r ... i'' .
"*pi rest. iho >. this evening's train." at that time. The ccntlnnat blockade: article published, few; .years ,ego to eo. ..,4 IliA a .3 tra..flf, ;;.r....'j 4f44 \ But I 10b tI\\ briaht and windy hill "Dear dear! exclaimed M! ,'Wolk:. ;alongthe,, ;,,,,'atcrf rout on the cast and the evidence In, favor of ,al\lA,1 t1eorllrhf I0. 1900?: ,.. !. .....'1""y ,..*4., Cnadlll .t..rrY...>,.** ." ,1 IN71tl
Where joyous labor hold her empire still . ln She had" not Imag- the Mississippi 4110" ::1125 . .., .,.,..,,< ,,<, > 0-.j.'t..4.; .(,*.*"WV''" .1 I 'If'
er;: dismay south the armies tliaaottli/ t- "" ,
MildrcdJ I, McNeal. in Suoccos.ATBICKOFCUPJD'S. open on for the aborl IDf.'OC'Auiltralln.wlfolo' II A 14 I , .. . ..j .. .. ,
;:] ;h. ....,.. ....COrd..I. ...................."' t I. a
J '" SnOl.Hbat.thlngli were quite so bad. and EIver.nLd tUvnTouifynloa:.oa tbo nearest viM.itlvon: then 'appeared 7 ". ?r. 11111. ".. ...". ..."............ .. A.r.bI .'..'......Hci..Io........" ....... a l
,. 1 ,) at t lie'moment cWwns flurried and did pest maila I.Jt almost Impossible for '(theIulroduclloit to be the Veddas of Ceylon.! In n letter :' 611..... :l2\1\ . ., f. .,.#-.u..worcb..1..; ..;.....!HI./I: '/ .; ,. .. ., I".
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cJ.CJ---tJ-IJ: : tJcJcr..tJCJCJ..cJOC: : not know what to say. Then, after regarding ofvmaterlulsessential for 505',616990'x, : ,t. ;..' ."," ." ''' ..bbllrA'''' '''' .''1. '. ''' 'JO ..01,
him look' of 'r from Macassar- the JleB rs Sarasia .,.;. I..H:..1... ..... Tll'too.' ..... ....' .......'t'{ ....','* .. .,.
:: . :: ] with a faraway the proper carrying on of a'grentwur; who nro, traveling In Celcb'"lI'DOUnc8 flU) 'IU III ,.......,...;.;....".H.......... .L80..1I..1...... ;nlr, ... 191319 III 7n.987 &
dismal abstraction for a,few second, the hero struggle waged nuder hero the discovery In the mountains of that 491 If '..". ... ...;...,.?.....4.,,.,p"rk..i! t.... ..:, 10110 Oe
she, said somewhat agitatedly} "BllTOI. dloadvantageous circumstances I make Island of a primitive peopletne Toala 9'sI4 I 1' .........::. ...' .. ..I..Ad.1 ... .... .... ......... ..

,really must pot I go-away like that!. the four :years.! comb one of the most presenting a remarkably physical resemblance 10 Y A.01 8 4 >I Ar,! ...rr.1.lr..r.nra.... : ..._....1.loe, ..............H.. :......,..r 111 Ill 1 ..

'sr. It would not be kind to-to me. No remarkable wars of. modern time.. to the 'Veddas. Although P.M. N6 Ly. ;.,,,,...4*,,..".4... Y.ddosls .v. ,A 1lpp111 I.
obi; yon must.not go off so discourteous A' description of tho caroria made In 647 62G .. .. .LylerPla
these people have now been considerably : .. .d, .rU.JloW;: ., t ? r '
ly.- There Is something strong. I see It scientific directions has never been satisfactorily Influenced In the mode of life by I .1 Sac ....., ,.. ........ Jalo .I..;:, ,;" .", ,; seal t A.I
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think within 06. "........ . .,..., .. ..u./ .. .. ; 'f' tt758t
-hi It. I want to : !
fact know written, but a few of .Dtt. :. .. .t
& the ,
with the Bur coast ,
contact eB' 7II1 ..t ..... ; ...; .,... S4AW .
-OcJCJDDOcJcJODcJOtJtJ a while-and so, I am' sure, tlo you.., weeks In a pleasant \wa jr.: under the I districts there Is a decisive evidence -A.,..... "........ rawford.H..t.:: ..,..... ... .r. ,"t'4' 8SS .
: : There, like n good boy, go and walk in title of "Applied Chemistry In the i lent a short time.ago* they were cave- 1 71'1'\r . ......:.!-....rt., akolyl'l. ..'..,1,. .,.. .. 1 -45' 7 1.0
the garden' for: half tan liou. or'.so."' South'' During the Clvn "'.1''.*"' rrot'eli i dweller. (as Indeed are "some of their J.H 1'.lt. . A.1I. P.M.

ISS HUTU WAI.KKH had And she demonstrated); the Imperative 'John W Mallett of University lI-lsl; t ,
IOJri. p"
sor .
I nUmber' now).,while within century 6 .. ,Yaldo.ta .. .... .... Ar 10
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r..a. .ri u.
t"-r-T' g{ made n'find. Going through nature of her advice by gentlybut firmly of Virginia spoke before the CLemicaj '. or so ago they were in the habit of 6 1 .A ,l. .... ,....,. .?.. . ..1....:;.,.. ,..t".,.....l10 l0 ,,4
o | o tbe 'contents of the 1mf shoving him toward the, window; Society of .Washington of some! (his : using chipped _stone arrow-heads and 667 .690r: .....u. ,..?,. 11001 '
/ A.TA. J5| men o old-time escritoire through which he passed out .into tho uI>erlencca. .- other weapons and Implements. There 091 Sas ...<..r..*..*.*.. 'Si3a.per p .: .,. .. ;.... .. 4.. (tlO .. ,,
SfOW In silent obedience. i I 666 G 2"r' 4. 4ti...'..,,T.Whle t+ !rInce... 't. I
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which had held minor garden: he to tho great 10.
the In referred ; .
beginning, be tIttle doubt that the Toala-were "
can. 4.6 700 :
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Cty. .. .. ....
treasures! of=q') few generations of'JhaVallceis 'The quaint old garden soothed' him, 1 lack of. preservatives that were essen : tbe primitive Inhabitants of Celebes, I 1 76u I':.i..X...... i..... ..,.Lake[Duller.eM.., ...,,. ....y, ". .1 ..

\ she Iio4 found in the bottomof yet It arou edtunny' tender recollections .tlal, and Indeed required.-tor the pres-i]! and.that they were driven to'take refuge 8G71 8 IS, .... .... ;.... mfn.CI1 ,.h.,..."........ .; I"" 7

'n Bo-cnlled secret ..diawer'a' llttlo which made) him' all the more !for.roomful ervatlon of( food. Fortunately, the salt,, In the mountains by the ).Xalay.ln. /' SIO'' .N....;..'.*...........,.,*...,uran4In.....*.... ...'.....rS..A. ..'.....'" .1. ,7 8 0 '
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had come .I..I.U.
scrap of pnpcr'wLtch, through 'some now to harbor. He deposits in Ixiulslannwere promptly vaders with whom, however they pow 984 9 JO] ........H... ;. .Flor"bo".t.... u...,...,. 81 e.
chance, had for yccrs escaped examination. with, a grim determination td merely thought of; and :advantage takell'oftheir bold a certain,amount of intercourse lli&j fA'(.\r'.,.. .t.i..X.. .. .. :....1.; ;.. .. ". 81 I
revolr to his aunt. asduty and and \ . . .. '
a"y'au : existence for exploitation production Assuming their affinity! to the Veddas 'AM 1.)1 at

Itwas-\Thnt, many years'ago when It Inclination _prompted but not: to see of that everyday essential, so to be true, and It Is scarcely likely that Schedule of.the AH-Yesr-RoJnd 'l"Plxle Flyer"" Sleepers tW
was wilttcn.she! bad believed to-be anocm. JtQae; or, if he could, not help seeing that an ample stock: at least of'thTe.preservative such a remarkable resemblance can to ---cepm '
.nnd possibly she believed still. her then to bid her a formal farewell was soon available.' The supplies ,. have muchstronger Lr.u..1J.oksontille.: O.'H.A. Fit ...I.. TiAr 590am'
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merely accidental! '
Valdwi
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But It was-nearly forty years since he Rose and he bad differed.bitterly, and, of coffee and tea, 'were very soon evidence than before-as to the 15fm ....... ,.Tltl. ,':: ',.,:.:,..'",. J .,5521"
for whom those lines were penned went ho decided, finally When ho mentally exhausted, and substitutes were Intro probable Aslatb'origin" of the'Austra ..1dSam ......,..Orde'.,' d ..?..,.'?. : .4J mj..b y
re-enacted the as be had done a roasted'beans'ofvarious .. /oauAr..w :M". ,... at.... Aa Bin t..
from nnd met with his death scene duced. For coffee Trie-: "- -!
away hers lion aborigines.-Philadelphia. .
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49aam :.- .. t nr :; ;;I;; ; :
not long afterward In India,:and Just score of times Mnco thnt angry parting, kinds, sweet'' potatoes, and graph, q ..r. ream .. .j.. .Chat1oo.aNO..8T.J.. 0" n &..;"J..I'. <
thirty years ago her mother had died he said to himself each time that' he 'cereals, came' into everyday,,juse, and _" ',j. JII .,.,. ..'.. : " .;.a lOpm J
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and she Ruth Walker, the last of the had been right .In every'word' lie nttercd the leaves of various herbs were employed Tit. "' .llht of; the .Children"?: 1140pm .c,t... .. .:)aID, ) ..(..1'1 .. I"7C8.1
......... ILL. el ENT. .... :.....al0 n"f
and Justified. lie said this t nn pm
fully standard 8
the the .
family bad remained to grow old alone In place of tea. TheJoy of With, regard .:to; of '
In Bancroft, the old family bomEo..But to himself with auspicious emphasis-,- first cup of coffee after the close of the weight for growing 'children,. that Wually lzleF'yar" I* mild train with through Co'"eh. naParlor i .le..1 between Ms
eon and JtuluonTllIn, and tarries Pullman drawing room sle.per (otweea a
uow. as she pondered over nil this aM for be knew In his heart that he had war-formed delight that can: sever conjured up a hundrtd"thoughts ,of been a meat deal other than right. be forgotten. The necessity of preserving Is that at five years ,of age a child NubYle. Martin and Cir "c .tle.

which we kacvr nothing, nor have aright IlIa thoughts,gradually became more' the cattle, and the employment of should weigh about as many pounds as "Qlllol''U r trta bntween Maeon and Palatka, and ''earrles through' reoaeh

to, Ibo found that tho. markingsof gentle as he walked through the'oldgarden horses In tho army as well as tbe demand It is Inches high, As a.rule?this will UoundTrlp llelc JaeksoavUlo."t<,, now oa el. to. ; .. ." 'an4 to. aAtlantlo"Deaoh'_. '. > t.
nervous fingers oil. the tear-staind and. street memories: mine to by the! soldiers for. shoes, soon not be m'Jclover. or under forty and White HpRnira, Fla Summw4ourht'<'tl -. +;

'crap of paper bal done It Irrl'parobl'Injurr..so ) him Ito chase away anger and bitter exhausted tbe leather'supply.' As'a re1 pounds. Children 'who'come of largo WILLi". . HB4WViiterreeldenl, M. oa. Oa. f.K '
ness. It wan, perhaps not quite Involuntarily ( O_.rnl"Viuai aff>t 6.araa. Oa., t'
sho produced from a drawer suit leather became such a rarity thata families should weigh something more l. KL.1
D. P. .
Jacksonville VW.
a clean sheet of fancy paper, chose a that he turned toward the side good pair of boots at the closo.of the than that.. The rate of Increase should t.ltrn. .. Atlanta.'Oa :, --
pen with a great show of fastidiousness of the house from which Rose's lattice war was worth several hundred dollars be about'two pounds, for every'lpch A ,-. . . p .

and adjusting her spectacles looked. lie raised lila eyes to It: some In Confederate money. As a substitute I of growth- ,fWlth a tendency, for the t knowof o uiWb O blushed. Into.tttan. .

commenced to copy out the poem In what wistfully.I ,He ,telt'convinced fibres were worked up and coated witha weight to exceed this standard proper any "of the othet;In this pait'of' ,th- *

her antique, prim Italian callgraphy.Miss. somehow that she was there behind varnish, forming a sort of material tionately rather tban.to fall .below:",It .coulh '** -n

Walker replaced In her escritoire that lattice, but she showed no-sign,. similar to oilcloth, which came Into use When a child is l'ather.beavler In pro t down,'to the Michigan Ceav>

(be relic of her,'long-burled ro: and he dared not make advances.!' for many purposes. The employment portion' Its height than this standard fret depot nictt a f rltnd.i nnd waUs>,.

malice together with one of the. two He sighed and turned( m'ni-J'; : at. of petroleum as an illuminant was It Is a.sign, of good health. .If'the I was there a bride and bridegroom .

copies sho bad'' mad The other she then he saw something while on the at: feeginning.., Colza end other oils child Is growing.rapidly it should not tcred to take the Mtxt train.Weft.T .

put Into her pocket, Just tohave It by grass border Stooping be picked It were similarly used .at that'time,but be allowed to fall much below.It with. were radiantly happUntil they dhoev1.red

her, then ebb tidied her hair with a few up. It was a neatly folded piece of stiff; these soon ,d.eappearedrend -tbo old out being made to rest more"than"has' Jbat sotucof thelr'lrltmds.ere not,'

pats .of her hand adjusted her mobcap paper, and on opening it out be saw by time candle dip prevailed. For purposes been the custom before1.. A deficiencyof An electrical washing machine ,has satisfied with te teiulor they'" had; .

wiped her spectacles nod left her the twilight it eontnlncd- jrrltlnz where 'an nil was. absolutely;, weight In proportion to height Is al- made its appearance In Budapest. No Divert tbe'roun tnc .the 1

room. rerun of some sort as far as he could I ientlal. recourse was bad to fish oil.. wale'an unfavorable 'sign. .Any Inter soap isrequired, With, it, ,the electric' 'and'had cotoie to' attcn1t0.put:

Arrived downstairsshe had a temptation Judge.. Paper was very scarce, and there were ruptlon yin the progress of, increase of current removing any stain or grease 'the flnliiilug touches,
possibly tba outcome of re- Stepping aside he-' got Into the shelter but few if any,'mill. in the South, and weight,"especially during tbe continuance ,This machine' said'to'be capable of "Now, It Is the duty of all br ides.brldegroosntt .

aroused sentiment walk Into *the of a bush, and by the light of a. coupleof these produced a very.Infei'lor quality ojt:growth,. must J>e a danger signal .washing: as many as two'hundred' or : tt. appear1' !eallat

garden. From the sitting room'tbe old vestas lie with some.difficulty read of paper, so that.for writing purposes that .should 'not be neg/ectetl'by three pieces of.linen in two ]1 "tte.,what happens," so .they,

fashioned garden-looked l Inviting/ In tbe the lines They were addressed, "To the bla'nk.leavca of old account books those Interested In tho lntlent"c': *: bunjre wlbelut tbe assistance of a an'or '" r stte with theeltbir as,U ,

waning beauty of a perfect summer'sday. John. and signed "R. W." In the bad. were employed.f and' for printing purposes minster Review.1h' .. 3ii 1inr.t.. woman.. t i 11T0'gM( iticy'trra' Larln. ; IId.

She- was Just about to. step light tbo Individuality... of the handwriting heart wall paper, on,which many news.papers --- ------- ,--t..: I Ib ,WOl.tt.' ( it'"t mot .
through the French window' when : escaped 1m---ud his of the time were printed, was Brain \ToiUles la D.Udaru Scarecrows ate placed upon. 2t-nb'4dltncer'tb utetl .aJt.ef
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some.one entered the room. throbbed with mingled happy emotionsas largely used. Only the crudest: kinds [Medical ;records In the various hospitals slate roofs In 'IOW, B. C. 'Tbeerows'Whichswarm 'aU'poMs. ,Westt 'and :
"I the meaning dawned on him. Sub New York. City show that bridegroom _'were .standluV;clollk'
"Alii nose, she said am going of Ink" were to be had and In most of. on the beach and
Into the garden to enjoy the. last moments limely Indifferent to-the technical mer- cases they were made by adding water thpu\ <;b quite forgetful of recent bap- dig for over tbe and' gether Ot41 tekct't.te..7Jq.:
of the Its of the verses, lie thought them perfect pea aged persons recoil long-past claml.1 buldldl. this
exqulsite.eyenindtiCome. too the refuse in the Ink: bottle until the .drop on the rod.b7e'he .
child" In every respect;; and their sentiments events In correcTordtr.'aodenJiuUragnln : o I , termoators'p.lr )
with we, writing became so taint as to be scarcey means breaking the fehells'and leaving prt,o
The breaking In upon Miss Walker's fired bis heart Dear, sweat visible.:. v amid scenes phased' utterly'outof tbe meat free to l>e..aten. In many of Iaul from bissateoed

meditations, had evidently been accl- Rose. That was doubtless her loving" The great coal deposits of ..Pennsylvania ,recollection! before the disease] of cases when the clams were'drpe. i wriatfeta OQbmlt

::dentdl: ;for.the intruder made as though overture for peace.- .e said to himself *.being no longer available for eentlityappeared. .<.' a, the. slate was. broken. the egrOOm'attd't '
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to retreat hastily. Sho was a pretty with rapture. fuel, recourse "was.had to' the bituminous A woman of seventy, delirious front the bride, t. .br.
girl jjjL about twenty-five, brown- retraced his steps to the path beneath beds of Virginia, 'although of pleuio-fmeumonla, repeated poetry' in A' Milanese'youth named Roast was steel chain holding th"D;

haired and .frank-looUng but there her wlndoW'and gently called course in maa" cases wood was all that Hindustan! ; It xlevelo;;.ed later on.that killed recently by fall front a cliff He had taken her for better or

was. an expression of .trenble clouding herl+ame, but when he had called her was required. It goes without saying up to the age, of tour she.-knew only .on the Italian" remarkable and DOW, were inseparably

her usually sunny face, and she shrank. three times she appeared at the lattice that the supply of paint rapidly disap that language but afterward' had for. that the day was the' seventh anniversary -' ,1' "It was'too late.to do-Anth.30i

back as she said quickly I : with a timid response. A few minutes, peared. However there were .oumer- I gotten even that aim ever bad spoke it. o* bis father's death in the same lathe wild lau .
I'am after a tender reconciliation. John Wal. Another peculiar case on record Is that Rossi was about .to'move, so .tho bridegroom .'
"No no-do please excuse! met >us deposits of oclrcr that were nvalla .manner and,:at the same spot. ;
not feeling! verywell, and shall !go to ker left the garden to have a further ble, and crude varieties of paints were of an illiterate maid servant whowblle used. to cal. an :alpenstock carved bustled ,aooardLjis;; beat .
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my room to lie down for a short time." and Immediate Interview in the drawing -, soon manufactured In sufficient! .quantities ! In the delirium of fever, recited Greek with . .eroabooe. regarded, confd. What the groom tbout*

And then she vanished. room with his lady love. : to supply the demand. and Hebrew for, hours,,although,_xvbcn among Alplnlsti. as a sovereigncharm.. make warm reading' I .>
The Hues of Miss 'V lker'. benevolent When he came Into the house singing 'One of Important Indeed, necessary in health she knew no vord'of cither e .-'"1' learned .Inc'that" they

countenance hardened and she to himself and looking radiant.his elements Jn the carrying on of a language, her' ratings being! duo to the .Probably .the'oldest' team of uorses' tbel hotel In Cllcrob!!

pursed up her lips and puckered her aunt; encouraging 'him. Immediately war is artillery and to tight ,wlth1>ut brain Impressions left by, the readings& In the world Is owned"by'a farmer in' a .detet"

brows In perturbed thought. Was romance and intuitively understood that all was gunpowder is practically Impossible beard many years before of a learned Kania. Tbe combined age of the two' bride, ..Ike up',to ahopI,

when It came to Suncroft always well onee more. She smiled. and spoke -Accordingly, gunpowder mills 'were established rabbi'hose aervat'rho. .bad-,been.-* i. seventy years, one'belnj thirty with her huibnd.wbU. .

to turn to Dead Sea fruit The a kindly* word. Then she-added suVK", at several localities In 'the ,New; Yorl; Pre._- seven and the other".tblrty-thiee earlof.I rate took tp

:world had taught even her, quiet aodune.entful denlyj Sonth.*Tbe supply of niter :was soon The..horses were reared oft room and,Imto .
"By the way, John. I d avo Jnst ; NoDoubfAbout; Ira'... .. for .
though her 11tp'had'been.many exhausted: and._ rch. was made'forthat tho.t&' _ter..tbey still .live Not: out' a locksmith..r a
missed .: small-or-piece of writing "! know''wh t
don't
bitter lessons of unfulflllment material In-caves and elsewhere \A kind hearted lady saw a small boy etreme age. !theyarc 'tbt'wJ

of hearts' desires,.and yet-abe had at that was In my, pocket.To'4>e quite throughout: :; 'South. These yielded seated .on 'one of tbe benches Ip Fair still doing farm worl. looking ,well done the'maD .
the same time appreciated those lea candid,.U was a trilling old poem I had a certain amount.'but;tbe future,wal mount l'arktlie other ('ay'smoking 4eigar..which and taklnl tbree . day,, on' him; but I ca
JstJ Pl eons,'and'kept;Intact tb$- end r-talth : provided'or-by the'e.ta bllahmeot"of rA: - were
taking out-my handkerchief la the seemed almost as big as him In' of the exccsilre" hi take summer vacation
should love
that most men and women ; niter.beds.' Still the,end came too soon consequence J I
den. Do you recollect. ha"lng'aeen' apiece sel The lady Is an enthusiastic anti- tbosetroublesbme usual this year Jn
'and be the happier and better for 1t. I to permit ct,,;their being' available. fall and'detecdve drainage" UI.Q
And this belief bad made her: take a of paper.en) any of the paths There c were 00 sulphur deposits In the tobacco worker and never .loses nn op. and destructive visitations out of:town; when that, In"'
At any rate'I musts seek: It nowas, .portunity tot I espociSily'upon\ slides have. begun to from .their -wedding.trip. !
special Interest In, and do everything South but fortunately at tbe beginning Impress j known as, bog -
to encourage, the sentiments she had really-s-t". of-the'w.i there was a Iarg$ amount youthful :minds.;the_ evils of using tobacco , :manifest themselves in th.\mldlnd.; handcuffs,,11.doubtless:'be, '

seen arise between Rose Warden and ."By Jove, aunt-: so that was ,y9ursrv? of.that article in"1\'ew'Orieaue.where In any:form., ., ... Slid west of'Jrllnd.At, Cur.brof.* very Interesting. souvenir :but. ,1
exclaimed the yonngtmawith a'look ,'Seatlrig herself ty tbe stdj'ot' the la l Hie they will .
her nephew.; John Walker. Rose ,was It had been used hi the clarification of < In County Im.lUul -xhIbite
the' daughter of n long since dead of'dismayed-bewilderment that quickly sugar,' Charcoal was of course more" she said kindly"Ob. my boy wouldn't bog recently'moved te theextent of wd1..gift-vDetroit. ,F .
friend and John was the only child of however 'turned'' into a laugh, readily obtainable and after some experiments : your_fatbe'" be drcidfull/ pained. If, ha about half a mile 'sqvire, overrunningeropd'ad'knocking -_I. J:i VT jt LI|..jt,_i.' '1 "
Miss Walker's younger brother.As "Well, I thought It was somebodyelse'p. '-wood saw you dmoklng that cigar?" down trees In' Its tnlm'lmg a Child. rt :
found the
It was that
the wish had been father to the In fact as such bas already "Rather think Hewould: .". rcspoa lel course fAn L" First'.we teach the baby to'tala. <
from the cottonwood-tree ylolded themost tr
thought it chanced that >II.s Walker's played a"rood-part nnd \f rioed.a: little .satisfactory. matet-Ial.,.. . '. the twentieth!: century young man: vrltlu -t !' tbett to bold its tongueSmart'aebIa'thelr
Rose was miracle out removing the weed from Ms/ tec-nib, ,Arabian bride Is arrayed la all
friends a
la London, where .
". The .:manufacture_ of. fulminate of: deli
governess' and.John.a rising engineer, "Dear, dear! I am BO. glad, said "this. I Is, -one,of,bis.best.ct3.trj.r'-I ri"adelpba her dresses,' ona 'over' the other She. annual report the: Aavtiaaartes .
!" for percussion was carried done '
Miss Walker, 'wltll'r ptd comprehension. mercury caps Ledger Is perched on .a lilgb ,stool.. >so. that 4enoun.'tbe.Jnju. .. .
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had acting-! on gentle promptings, put oa/to a limited extent, and the i 1 I ? ; th Hill of < -r : .
added anxiously: "
then she .
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I these In, another's 'as ,And they all! Jhanjf down over,It, aadone' ra .
people one way "But now that you. know your mistake . copoor tor the caps xras obtained from 4 ',:_te< 'the'Whip llnncV. 1* ..- -. - lit ,
much as The result was what ,by_one,they arc -taken off with much
possible. turpentine stills.. whichwere, all
** the The horse Jogstd peacefully 1on*;n ''
-"- admiring 'comment from If you; let ,
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display aT'
had !been foreseen nnd hoped for and ,
Oethr.tJ.e
collected from North Carolina and used aod
Miss Walker was inwardly much.'re-- lie went up to tier add kfssed Jir.. ? .front of .... . '.s'pbdf.wo tho : Tlie last Is, of''co rseor the the people DOw '
Jolccd "That, doelln't matter et .all now. for that purpose.: could"Only drive' tJiio.life ..:;,-!!' most.heattfal, Tp' fa'hlalen' 14 this paper do th. WorE.: i>
} Sbe had now:made Rose spend "wU' i
There were four principal medicinerequired "brldeiD
4
chance side side like this .
Aunt.Ruth. You have done by by forever! wi. f *' " -
n long with'ber In the corner q.fl.
vacation pleasEnt ,
'' ,. namely,, quinine: morphine, '* ir8mo '
what you would ,bnve endenyored L to ;whispered to MeliUnbe! y j !l : 1 which The trainee of4a "
i.-wlfe's generaWMsj
old Surrey home, and John had naaeilted,1' le: bla'"lt dGW. .
do with intention,'and I a in nO'w.too'l)1appy : ether and chloroform. These Sven pro :Mehltabel: : cheerfully ; '!%;ci however be.may/Dot .. .
elxatyl'ttq'efood'aghast'af
would
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,more, than once ,come to:stay a vrpck to -more.. fore't'amerRose 1 Eared! So far'as possible, by smuggling, me drlve"ghg'addedWe .' thus
any
or Bo. say twqets and other, eatiorj'oodstuseatfn
ostenstbfy -with an"acqualntance :
either through tbo lutes or by blockade r
York American. thocghlfolly:.OiaMlod over> l)0 "
New .
In tbe neighboring village. But som - .. 1,. ...:t I runners. and,, numeI'Ou"u,/ ltltntfiyel'f Hit AH '**" ":*"' mfft: cdrtes for the' corpol'aUOI, of .Bol-v?, by',ygnl r'1PtetJ.; bqR44R\ .A Nm >.
thing had gone wrong. There had come m. 0 Introduced,' For Instance, for quinine "Woufdn'V 'Kngland, n '1 (1 Indepositing afay may be
doQ.
eisaad tb. null: i jt'be. }lovetyfeli&mured. I; ; :

n- : wnjv: loads cinders the HalJewell
the
little rift within tbe lute. On the on id '.f ''the physique' th'of ; .
' lb"ln "lfiS"t Tliaa' Iny bltfer, barks were :u .wherever Mlland."m. the whip; too,. : )
previous afternoon hernephew.*bad "I' Bomellmes < Ixtdge edtate. 'A'laborer'wb0.. dlylWrathlefi cf, tbeliatfon.ever. :
left In.Ule lXla.tter I would make U a possibleespecially-dogwood} ; and the 'We'l1:1nltil lie/: tho Avi'Iy: };tla'ah'it- *1 digging U tli mound Urns Created.unearthed .
the e
house suddenly he having be- way this I \ rtoOd>at
benlCboolsiahldahettrpdaooktng1raa dread malaria was by .meansheld creased tbo ghtfnlnc+ts.. "''o'liiid'itoing l "
: ( o
fore woInea should not bare with his tread
that law tfi'st
been the ,. ,
with Rose In gar In'check. Morphine was almost ., .7' : .phn1 flltneM.7.? { ;. '
thetnot4
len; and he bad not since called. And :: : \ i!r. 1 practically .. ; but 'we thought ; body %-of thedz. + 'ofMr. : regard to .6.prU1eat. tat '
er ,,
entirely brought 1o.l17.'mcool; of I'I'the' Confoundathe. situ !&ko fpoUcd :Jbc! '' "lt'b_.
< '
no. sudden chango"of.uumnet'trom "Som0'4f. tbMr"tniitakep; T0Uld pot f..I ; Cooke aDt4Daane agent: Tk. .
'light ,hcartedness to .utter ,dejection, .sensible seboolboyj} .. .' r: ,1 blockade runners whole ",-JJl, ";, *"<"''';rl1l i V-1'W"*,*W:.<'. ftkcory *that the .trl..mDlg.I. rd1IQ &nd..lu..at..PI.
be&1IJDSftt.ol1obI'WaF1 demn. .
,
At the tlero we had paid, $3 for tbe Ira 'utt so ".'e,1 It f tk. .;
with the ekpckebiaadI: tpfo'" observed. ,
.other evidences 0$, her secret sorrow "Among ) in .beltlu4ttkecartaAdtdfLea,t tobacco ,
afcotj |
.... tW. tor Qedte Jaglt;) were no large metallurgical?:works could 'Ptlir that little pc'olfhel't t ..;togoon I 4 4'Qt9-lndu
told Its own story Miss Walker toH ay. was ; f! -loadpaa Vpp .w ences&whlp*
i TeIJll Jjeijitliyjmaaful
with the single exception t
tat South, ;: adr.Dtalow'Y'rt"8"d: ." -
&tf* 1' -led.; 1
wondered what.exactly1 had:occurred, amount wh'hqh.w..wbo! .. . f. . ,and comptte.llj animal .lie .Is 1
Canto.' ofth.lrolJ'10undrle.; at!;yewOrlesnsandUlchmohd. i -..: a..;:Jr u. 1 ) tlat -- upjroae1 "
and indulged.In a dozen anxious. con- out had sIgnedfVw; ,, ;: Jojrtns: .. .. ( : <
The'early.capture' of I" .IJQ. . . .,., : ;RIpXt: GUPLt,1N'' Qt : > P
-: )iew York ill.;. t u New Orleans loft In Richmond the only 'woman'may; t1spect,0.auuap; ?91\Qo, \ : "i' long it.'rl b.Meeat

c' 'large available1 foundry; and th'"Tredd< Ing able to- think but she can ,never.vu-: ."' Snt''.:'u...ai r .' pnc ''plata>ttvtag'iiaaoX abhndantere
vancing evening brought'the-breath of tffttiJfTb. Platt. Fiy: iron,Works.become: ( the' principal. deystand why lie wants to do It,wheebe t are carefdllys applied'to

t .chilliness, which Miss Walker at 'ntr The. fly develops'' l 'twelve"D'iherare or thirteen.off.. 'gar source for articles made of Iron.. For ionld have so much'more fun .talk., ''f.all right to b. blushing pride,"' man In Training; ?so,"long
Ar fe'jflldnnot;: Ilke.: *>'l'b..nrwlfh"C last ftrodds"aftt se-irson'A'04 the deposits iajf--New-York Trecsv, 'Biggs to .bat bet ulu' be wl.t
br0G4.I" ran;re W"H\WU;\,, bad t. ; ] ; , til. Ukelr 't.sncceed,
look each
mt the. window 12J( laid for .
.'r.:J' .: .of Bo., room, and 1 .oggs art stffM .

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JUmmaee YaGazette Tkat',Hlcpocbe*',De.. -1 Tallabassee, Sept. 26,-The trustees. -

I James Mott, .writing to the' Miami. bt the Internal Imyrovement Fund, of
TKUiyNONaT. NO. It".
Metropolis; has the following to, say Florida find IhenufiLtfe in quite a pre- '
'"' .U8..D..Yp 4V '. regarding>he dam built across Hlc dlcament. The Louisville and Nashville CrlAS/W. DA NN. :
OAee In Valley Uatette Dniiaiag; '
Kl8elXJUOIlCWLACOOlfTY.FLA. pooches canal by the citizenlf. Lee n..uro'td and other roads are su?

I county: -- Ing them ,for several million acres of '

J. E. POUND t "1 in from the g\t the land granted the different companiesfor '
PROPRIETOR* am )just nt *
W.B; HABRIS, J MANOffering ,
J. tE. Aiapattah '.dyke,1 and the water Is the construction of railroads. In this THE: SHOE ;:

....1 ., POUND Editor.. running.Over the dyke from the. glade. state by't.thelegislatures. of the past 'ii. .. "

,'.:k. "'110....*., .'Ut. PoMOfflo."la KlaMmio**, Fla., more water than. at, any time since The Louisville 'and Nashville.-.claims -- \

.. Moond-claM. & manor the great overflow: last. winter, thai 1,000,000 .acres, the P.. A A, wants (

/I ( .' ( was the ruin of ourtomato crops-and 3,000,000, and other roads want. mil[ i S Goods. I
8a1MHrtbe mil pl *M notify<& offla* f of New Fall
q th, "T tall to set the paper.regularly.Allooounuuloatiooa c-ot from.our aaibor'la yet. there.has not been,so tnueh rainfall lions more. ;p

.d oorrapond.ou must .!> _algn.d t>I. the 'recently in this section, aqd ,did; I The. state. only owns about 3,000,000of ra .

writr.Ral.ctedeiUet wilt'DO'be returned ualeai not. know something of the vide extent acres of .w..mp' and overflowed . r .

,ealUd for.Th..dllor. of Country which Is! drained by lands Jn the Everglades and this ''the I

fa.*aaed by eorre.poDcI.o&a.U not rmponalble for opiston..x* the Klsslmmee River, I would not attempt trustees refuse to give up, claiming] -- BOYS' CLOTHING.f : 'C1tJG: )

AdTBitUlDf rauianiar be had on application, to try to.explain why this unusual that the legislature bad no right to I' t :: :

high water of the glades over grant lands In one part. .of the state for r'' Nothing conduces ''to a -.
:
.._PI.on. year ......,.'. .LATE.o .. ... . ... .,.|l.boSUBSCRIPTION former .....on.. Recently there have thejx>nstructlon Of a railroad irf:an-, I boys'-' appearanc$ and to'
On.eop,. "Ix inootha.... . .. .. ... . .110 been uce..lve.ln.. the ot.berpa. .The Jeart.lature.l in the past his. lf-respect and thro' ", :: ;::
One oopy,thrM,month.. ,. .,. ,...... .., ..211 along upper ( 115li.,
f '
have been tKese to the moulding of
Kisslmchee valleys.. The Klsslmmee very liberal In granting :

- Friday, October 2, 1603. has. its outlet in Lake'Okeechobee, and lands to the railroads.: AH( told,' the I the, character of the,, futnre ,

the Csloosahatchee river's head is. state has recelved'lnt.he neighborhood I' I . rYan tl 'an'lo'keephim neat'. rm ,

Okeechobee, and thrbugll its 'channel : of 20,000,000 acres of Iwamp and overHowed. ,1. ly 'dressed.: His clothing

Notice.,, the waters of( the Kl..Immee'river findsIts land from the United Stiles : need not 'be expensive, but !

A meeting of the Democratic Executive way Into the Gulf. Two years ago goverment. This has been frittered ( j neat and in the prevailing 1 1v r,

1 Committee' U hereby called tome some one that thought tO have. away. until only 3.000,000 acres remain styles.. We have a, nice 1111:: !
at the Court Hou.elnKI..lmmee. J i- .bi
less trouble from floods along the Ca- In the Kverglades. line Itof these foods and

Fla., at 2o'clock..p..m.., on Monday, loosahatchse, If the channel was In 1850' all the swamp and overflowed \ would like you to see them. :: !
Oct. 6, 1003, to fill the unexpired term While '*$1.00
closed up and the waters frotq ,Okee- lands patented to the state: by they -last : ,
of J. W. Harwell. deceased; and to the United States values only] ?5c $3.50 ::
chobee forced to find an outlet somewhere government was patented L _. ; _
transact such other business.. as may.; else, and a.dam was built across to the trustees, of the 'Internal -- -- value only $2.9& Htr; fIj ,

coma before It.' the Cajoosahatchee. not far from the Improvement Association, to be used : ..' S sae a ... ::
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A. I?. DK/RDEN, Chairman.Sept. exclutfvlely] for drainage and Internal SHOES ---- u
' point wbere It flows out of Okeechobee. >, 1tJG: ) at
.. 11, L, The work. 'was quitean extensive 'uno Improvement. Million and millions I. l .:.I: 'Q..0 =,"" .
I ..... .:: ,,'
: It of acres have been given away to the for everybody o .c
cj.eP'Ul-ldD8', put was accomplished,
p."ss Altp BEEP. aM IF P+Arks, aDd as ,.. railroads, and not any of the lands 'from the tinleetto 0 E 0.0.0 W
.Okeechobeells. have been drained. ,Railroads were the largest-r- u :::
'' I
to the North where the frost penetrate spm0 !Sight ftft/r higher 0
deep and. fills t.he'ATouod with pattah. dyke, ibai. _t :at" body of water given from 5,000; to 30,000 acres per "Dorothy Dodd"ta 0 ,
until- "
-. tnlnuta splcules of Ice,* these try the. seeking Its level, oome." ,"er ,}>ere to mile the legislature granted our specialty, a WE SELL HATS .
man v millions than state I a ladies shoe.- .
the East., (Toast and thus its outlet U : more the ever, ,
law of expansion, of freezing water, owned. Our fall and win ALSO. .- ,
',. tgwerful/ wedge the soil( and grind it Into the Atlantic instead of the Oulf. t.
{ land ter line will be I
The
in the
Everglades only
was c'
as between French buhrstonss. This Of course bo one could' do this thing sure to please. h'r No big stock of them but !
+
recently patented to tha state therailroads
yet 1
.' comminuted top-sollU .a congenial by any. legal rights, end it hat been demanded that. this. be't.H'n'ed Price $3.00 per a .,selected line. >of the

.home for perennial grasses for their query .to me why our people are spend- 1 pair and there's most serviceably shapes, "
II'
t.o.hemL\ The trustees refuseto
over
";:small feeding rootlets can penetrate It.verywbere log lots of money to dig more canalsto comply with"these, demands cl..lui.I I I. 'none better. sizes, colors and styles we' m

'-'. and draw nourishment carry this water away, which 1 I. an We also have could find for the money ,1

X;from millions of atoms .Henoe the impossible undertaking, instead ,of ing that what now remains of the once 1 1v..st nice 11 n of a we ask for them. We invite a ri
domains i e
of the
state can only be
KI beautiful velvety lawns In the land. of tearing out: ,that obstruction that is cheape1'aoods your Inspection.' o.f our ,
used for1 the puree for which It 'wasrlgtn..Uy ,
causing much trouble and ,great stock and will
us so
floatandL '
:! ,patented to the state. The J in all 8tyles.l .- I ,
loss."I.
I tin the tropics where the frost Never your patronage.appreQiate'j .
r:d comes to transfix the soil with Its am now planting out tomatoes, courts will be called upon to sullle --.' to see us when :- ; '

:'thousands'of"minute needles to make but there is one thing sure, I would controversy... .Ii.Iithe .I ;
In order to show the liberality displayed .
l
dare
not to plant on the glade landsas
It mellow perennial not
;J"at home. .; The ground grasses remains. are hard conditions now are." bv* the average ]legislature of .Come to us for Shoes of any kind. I h __ I
Florida
,the action of the t assemblymay ]
[unless pulverized by the Implements I 'fj !r
A Talk With. "PUla Job Smith." 1 be taken ss a fair sample. That ,

f f continued of agriculture rain or: macerated deep railroad bIoni We had a pleasant call veiterday body passed & law.granting'to the St. See '
Iajt Counter-Bargains.
our
Andrews, Quincy and Northern Railroad c 50
*out la the red."clay of ,northeast Geor from VP'aln John Smith" and a pleasant a small tract of 6,000'acre... It ; 1
Vela look out .smooth chat. ensued.
;.one may :, on made a similar grant to the Apalachicola -
p.rpendicularawaltr of 'earth which "Eight. chickens,!' he said! "his old and Northern Railroad, which

.have never weakened since the orlg' ledger showed that the farmer was .. .
will require another 750,000 acres._ It. ,
,.0&1 spade-out sliced them down ,- ; compelled U>'excbarige for one-gallonof -- .-.-- -. -k.-. -- ;
extended the time allowed for the construction .
In these unfrested, unyielding soil.poly 1. oil in 1867-now, he obtains sixteen t.

.'powerful plants can 'grow, drlv gallons. exchange; or 16 to 1;" Cost Line and completion and Construction of the FlorIda CALL ON. ," I 'I

_,down each'a '.ingle taproot like a j. "'Syrup," be continued "brought. CompanyTrom St. Augustine to Biscayne y yI

;)atnlature crowbar; and,we, find 'there one dollar per gallon, corn '%.00 per FOR t.,
B"a.'nd. continued the land
fa','coa.... steamed vegetation,' earl\) bushel, '.. cotton 91 per pound." I grant. Itdid the same thinjf for the r 'r3r7h liir ir rY EH M!*4GilcEcdC: se. --6I

out_standing wide from, Its neigh- "Notwithstanding. the high prices Alafia Manatee: and gulf! Rail- L
Coast ;
.
Even corn must stand unnelgh- you were compelled to pay. ," "Plain way [ I OTUINI1. TZA I I ITrv fmofls.Formula

.rly, each'stalk with plenty of space, John" remarked "for one load of These four grants alone would take I . .\ II
[fhsxmniic the frost has not. been there to cotton, all that two-horsea could comfortably fNr .
up the entire 3,000,000 acres yet In poa ; .I.B..1' Z' i << ;
:
?jvir ir '
: 1
k theplant fooodjipjiniaH. pull, you could carry back topourhom6'a \
session of the and still the ] ia-
But Florida Is built otherwise: "They hoe] wajron load--of state, leg + ...... n! .
laIure making: enrpasseaTr"law-re-11 f
character of her soils gives that ,store bought. goods. qurlng the trustee,.of the Internal ImprovementFundlto ... -..r.ayrsa3stisrsS 1>> ". ;>> ?!.. ;,
,. "
...-which Is favorable to thevegetation Not; ,so now,"he said dolefully. "

I ; and with paspalum. ; ''If paid In silver dollars for a sell the swamp'to an -- -"-+-- -s ..- -
lands the
overflowing belonging "
1.4. and, other strong subtropical 'wagon load Of :cotton today. at ,last state -

r i it Is just ae possible at, the year's prices, ',ou wouldn't receive , after all clatms'agalnst it have .-- ,- - ,- -'. -- --- -.---. -- .. - -- -
been settled and then tbe ..
turn .
money .
,
I season dollars make. -
to create a permanent enough to respectable -<
over to the state .treasurer to be '
apportioned ,
p .batr0ors": densely! woven_ .velvety] Jingle.. the counties for_.the 'E' tells the ..
among story : :
awn ae la the north We need no 'Inthe days Immediately following'the a
.
construction of bardsurfaced roads.It
|frost to grind mnd'pulverize our. ,soils civil: war 4'FlalnJohn". 1..ld.
would take )
7,000,000-Tor 8,000,000more
'for grass, "there was no account. taken. of cottonseed Grove'sChro'nic Chill CureNot
acres than the state
now owns
Florida Is 'the.. natural domain ofiattle which has now become almost ,
to settle these claims, and the trustees. ,
because. the grasses; even thefrsh'and .more' v..lu..blehan. the staple. itself.MSoliloquizing I propose to use the Everglades for a patent medicine t a thin spbrltnous IbpiM, of a pleafant kKer taste, made of 1

JeJllne.it8lr1'a.--: ; : good and philosophising"Plain drainage purposes alone. ,. unless the Fluid 'Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
however theo John" remarked .
i prairie grass, -cover that "when
i surface of 'the earth.:;Our sandyjlolls' man gets. something for what he sells, court orders otherwise.. The litigation. Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid' Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK fi
o promises to last for yearsraroooasee.Wsute :
,. srt not fertile, ; ,we must and, canrengtben he feels',like something's doing, and Fluid Extract. DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA. ::1
'-'
them with organic nitrogen la encouraged,,to go on, but when he Road. ."'I
It Cures the Chills that Chill Tonics Don't Cure. .
plowing under the Invaluable legu- gets a measly. nothing for the labor"of NAROOOSSKE, FtA., Sept 6, 1903.-'tAt other

i plants.. But they yield a thick br..wa'aod'brain. for'whole-year, he. a meeting of .citizens of Narooossee TKe: Best General Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Price, 50c.> .

I of'perpetual. green, not a mln- grows sick at. heart." held, this day for the purpose. of '.H y

>'forest ol coarse stemmed plants, We are led to ask: considering and framing a petition for .. .
- -- -- -
--- -'- i
t t or,more asunder. Why djd-cverythlng sell for such Opening a road to Klsslmmee by way i

dirt.e e'i has the writer seen the pas- almost tVbulous. prices immediately 'of St. Cloud and South Beach'of. East '

?that;though only.'six or eight after the civilwar; Lake, the following business' was To .Cure a ppld.'in One Day.c.:,... j

ikl..b.tn, .r flatwoods. field, ',itstd There is but one' an.we"'. transacted: .
'
t pit np a" swath.'Under '% deftly 'It-was bec u'ie--th r was io abundant ';' --On motion. W. Hill was elected -Take:LaXatlVC .BrOmO-- inine''ableta.fPH L on every 4{

lied;;/. fthei as voluminous asiy'ln'the currency.\ : president and F. E. Tuppen Secretary.It (9. >c..Q" sXJX. 25Ce. "
S. .. MJDIoD ....Bold Ia pat 12 iacsdbs. This Signature WV >> I '
North growing: two ,People hadn't gone crazythen about was moved that a petition be duly i rf..

fIeB,;>> the "resumption of specie payments" II drawn and presentedto the citUena. :,11

PlorldaV 'economic destiny' 'lies and 'the demonltlcatlon. of silver." present, also to all living in the district sa ms. : tr
f-H"l++* II ..''I''.!< .44' >>+r'H"H'.. HH'H'*<'*''l''4' t.<"l"H"H"H"H"+
iiy.along'the: '' line of permanent' People were not worrying about the requesting the Board"of CountyCommissioners Georgia 2onthern & Florida

a Mobded'I caUle. Our 'prosDsrd'aBfd "'gold, standard.{ to open a road to Kis- Semi Nurseries

c bony carcasses are ,like What. a" country needs;: to become slmmee by way. 'of. St. Cloud and via. Tropical 77. A TT .WAY .

rigid'wlregraaa they. have. browsedWe prosperous and continue prosperous South DeaCh of Ea.t Lake "SUWANK, RIVER. HOUTsV .

', want an infuslon'of strains U money. gold money, sliver money, On motion; JameVTlson and Robert Orlando, Florida.. SCHEDULES IN EFFECT JUNE 2H. UX*. '

iq:the: 'beef-making:, blood, the paper. money, and every other form of Evans were appointed a committee to .DIXie Fl7.r. Quick Step. '
I If you intend planting any Fruit Trees this fall send me list ; LY I'alatka_ . A M) p m 8 16
blood
l s wr of grassy. England, money that has the redlt of the government present the petition to County Commissioners .1a"lIooOyIII. .. a m '
J of) .your wants. and I can'save you 'money or Orange Peach and Ar VftUlorttArTlftonr , 7MIpm = ::T'4fl* ra
by long: descent and habit Is ca- behind It.: !|t 11 00 P m 11 00 a m

ble'of'":making" rich roasts andthat Money wants to be so abundant .ai.. The' ommlttee appointed to,prepare : Pear and.all kinds of" Nursery Stock + Ar Cordolaa. ..: U 1 Warn M a m JJtMpmI 48pm. .

'i, drip. with' fragrant gravy to make it impossible for any. manor. petition presented one to the meeting : : t BOx'693" .- W. R. 'SPEIR. Ar Amerioiia LH'r. . T /Mam, II on pm, P''
oit entirely out of for any number of it. which was and Ar ColumbuiXr 12 28
green forage.I men to corner adopted signed by all 1 pm 6 Id p m i
,' beef and the mutton of England, With the,riches':"'and 'resources ,,of present. Numerous remarks were ; !j.4..1..*,|.+: .1..|...|.++++e.++"' 14-H'H'4 M++1.4 i N' M.t+i"',+4 F'Ft+ F'i+4+++4 Montgomery user 7 66 P ID
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so'lsrgelybut of and tursvre bull and the genius made by citizens how'' ,ArWaoon. 340.m el OpmSMpm
gras country,. of its peo- tending to show ... Oeorrla aft. .
'juicy beyond our ,cottonseed ple it can do nothing but prosper If its useful the old road. and what a serious J.M., WJLLLSON, JR., W. ArAiifomu .... .. . .. .

i:,which-though the fat..of a money. abundant.But .' injury it would be to our people unless t NOTARY PUBLIC..,, l J. THOMPSON, O.OPA4Ar.A'lanta ,;..,. .., .t 28am 'y'ebpm

;yellow tint, are something drier. cut off the money) 'supply, restrict they could reach St. Cloud. \'and \ ,' STATE' AT" LARO: Colnmbni... .7 OR a jn .. .

>'DM8d.la' too. feverish a ,feed to, the, circulating medium; and, Klsslmmee Op motion via.meeting the Beach.adjourneU.F. .. 'Real Estate Agent. funeral. Director and Em- ArMemphli Birmingham.,.. ,. 1220p.8 06 Pin..,....;..,..;'.. '1
tha highest: English type. ; of like tapping the flow of to KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. AMarlena.' L.
'Times-Union." sap, a tree .'TUPPICW, Seo'y.NotDc .. palmer ,.. snafu 01epm. -,
.I the leaves must fall and the branches Love Letter AtNuhvlue' ..a' .. ,,,1 00 P as 1 00 amS40am .
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wither'and cUe: *. ...... . Upm > y
:c.'oai: *iottS) of Prleat.v.Jno. The firm of Would not!' Interest', you. If; you're! Kilfasimmee, :Fla. .At 8L. IAml.CIN' ,a. .a. .. .T
natioq Strickland & aam'AtChtoa5o
Johnsonhas r21ym
life ,
: The blood of "I j under looking foe' guaranteed' d Salve for ..,,.. _
.I S. Cox,. of Wake, Ark., .' been dissolved by mutual : L.att-a.- JUoSamt
is consent *
present conditions' its' circulating Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of ,
ArlxinlaTllle. ... ., '
;;' .f f".J'o..1J years I suffered fromJaundice. and the I J 80 a JD 12 115 1
undersigned I D
no longer 'con P
medium and ,iu restriction. .means Ponder, Mo.'writes} .1 suffered with C'lnolnuitt...<. ... 7 20 aID 406 '
I consulted a I nected therewith 'or In .' an ugly. sore for a ,but a box ofI3pokleu's cAs.I.a.a..' p lit
squalor, suffering and want. : any way responsible .Ar Chicago':,., . ,
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Dum-J > Salve i. .t t 16 a m 1' t a
and all
tried U'mrbel' .
l at Arnica cured
physicians Cotton for the business after. me. '
be ..abundant. and all Sept.,1st Iolld .
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may lu from JaoliaoDTlhe Uaoon.
to ,
Salve earth. 2fio at OsoeolaPbarmaoy.
but got no relief. : 1903.. 'J.' tfc SriucxzAND.Yol.'Krow on' Train from Paiatka connect. at ValdwrtiWluI
articles
other of production, In 'field .
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I '' \ ... tnlu..oln. north
feel. from JMkmnito. s
ZleotrioBItters: and '
to use and shop, 00' sea and' land, but. If the v. What Yon Are T.klag.: Loon .I..pere' on Dbtl. rij.r &rallllo, Ua "J 1
1 I sat now pured'of a disease that. moDe . 'aca.-ae.: Broke Iceo HI. HOM..' eon l"nlfIUID"'"!'" depot unUl7:80: a. m.
s pply becomes panic .When you take: Grove's TasieleseChid Jlo""'.' eleeping Cars from iaekaon- 'k
In .iru'for'' ,. 8. Le Qulnn of Vt.. vIII. .
was to B&
Cfcvendlib. ; Loul. vie above
eolue.-Ooala '
want -a' reliable:..tYe.e..r-"j ,and ruin must r > Banner.. Tonic. because the formula, is robber4 of his customary health, by rlwOP'1 eban.e moo's 0'can en Dtate I'lur tralo route, alsopn11-without yr,
plainly printed on every bottle showIng .Invasion'' of Chronic 'Constipation.When .' w 6ne.t aleepOn DD .mr train 10 Cl\lbap.
and(Kidney. 'The Valley Gazett&'la'' prepared'. to that It I Is simply Iron and Quinine Dr..IOn. New Life Pills broke For .ohedoles'southbouad-and ota.rlnNamatton ' '
;:'aef general debility,, getf all kinds of Job Work- In' an- nptodste Intolhls house his trouble was arrested . addreu -
manner abort notice." ,,-"" ins. tasteless,: form. 1 No Cure,, Noday ,Ii. : : .' .
rBHt..rs:,, >JUT guaranteed'by iPbarmaoy .on ". ; \. and now bee entirely cured.' ; They'reguaranteed DtHrtettueesprAteat. R w.sae't prn.,:
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Klsslmmee Valleil GazeHg: 'Wade tap -

6 October and tunw.Orlando? .t Ho,.*..'for;; 'Se.1.. !" I. 'rt.. Q.etf.nw ....... .. !. .. iII......
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TBL"PHONII NO. 11. __ .j,t\ .,, Two ear loads"'Jusl _I..ed. ;Any I lake this method of Informiog' .

;pleasant weather. kind,,any price: Among V the: lot.''.;are Mend* :and customers that. I liar mj, I : . .. ... [ , rof ssioral Cards.

UBLISHED EVERY' WJIXDAY. ., Farmers ,making! hay.\ some of the beat family horses 'ever moved: my store to one-:,of,,;the handsome : . ; .t ,

BY Fall gardens being brought here;' also .a" "lot ot 'trained new store recently erected
.POUND A MAURIS.QHUBOH . planted., on:
,LUrht showers have'fallen this Indian cow ponies.:, south.end of Broadway, where I will]

DIRBOTORY.METHoDlif ,. New lot' week .lIt1tIUJY.; !: BRATTON di MJLKEO.Klssimmee be pleased to see and to serve them as iJ FRAUDS) r .

CHWc;.---'acb\Di\ .aoh'.ab. rived jat Thompson's.of Picture .Moulding. .just ar. PJ'O.pe I *grow''.brll'bterev'rl' before The move gave .toe.: a. ..bette'rplace I ND' '. NOTARY.)f.': 'AT'LAw.PW ...*/.,;.*-:t'"" .',;

.. and 7 oolook. Prajar n.eun .1Id'enable4 me' increase S"; JK1bST
kh. 11 m. .rtolnc .t ,. SabbaiX Fnrnurser ,trees, d a,., my ;
r OtL/
; Cry Thursday call Orange or peach, stock considerably>>I and I am thereby 'I" f iAl
It.
F'4Bundarm;)ri> on P. .,
: n.JR. DV.L,Pastor. mighey Mre.:L.: C, Conklln 'visiting relatives better prepared to nee their demands. .
,,y irrirr Cicu.o.--O. J.1.'' FrUr Put r.<_'I Old'paper. 200 per hundred :at the In'Arc .dl... T With thanks for past. favors' and soliciting : .l ;' J..',.,W:, SIMPSON< ,*;' sottl ,
Bunday a. m. and T .
"ihlnt tery p> m. Valley Gazette office.- a continuance. the I ,. .
._*{ peorle' mea101..a0 ... .m... Sunday. Col. EH O.Morgan hat been in Klssimmee am. Yours to same DE.TtIPOI8T" '. .::1.-' .A;
iool9.M Su-m. Prayer mtoi T rj Thur.4Sr For nice Oak serve ,
"T p. m Villl{or always ...00.*. OD J. W BedRoom" Salts call. fora week of more. W. J. W RINa. ] EEIYTjIIN : b io8 over Osoeola ; wN
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Thompson.,, Pfearmsef Tn
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.. JOHN'. ItPi ooP. C.l'IIOB-Dartd D:! : ;:
R ld, luolor. PorTloct p. the .teoond Sun- If you want the nicest Willow We learn that'apetition foj ..' wet Y ( ... M.'
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|Block r of thmonth, Ev.nlu'.rrfaM Mornlnf at 7W nrlpa o'ulook.at 10:30 loud Mockers, go to Thompson.,Chairs or dry election in'this county is in cir, : ,., f ,%;a.. .

>m...TT...lAi CBl1aCII-DI..lo.
Ont... Morning Buud y.and.......10.third at 11 Hnnday m.a.In., Kran-.arhkith. the country.., ''For.further particulars In' Jno. M.,Lee, the clever Clerk Of the J: WHY HOT IK :[; ..> A... B. STEVENS : ,
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x T% a...m.. ..10.C.at K.7:00 norrlc p..m.al 0:15p.Lundy: m tohool. Pra..rInl' at apply to B.; C. Miller./ Courthas treated' himself, to a new - " -" ; /t. .. .'

1'bursdar.v.uit at 7:00 P. 111., fcrbody Miss Mabel Parker top buggyv.': 1' ...rDBNT1sT....' ,-' '''
!. mo.l cordially 10.ltedl9&ttene thiYCI. left on Friday ,,See5coounter'u&Dann's.. '
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| f- O- HAILST Pastor. last for Gainesville where she 'atend'theEa.t' The Waters *i Carson Grocery Co.. I Administered"
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ALEX DAVtnWN. SDPU: of "..S-, \ Florida will is receiving this week ten oar loads Standard. pattern- at Kat '.. DRUGS a'P Gas : ,
of
Seminary the ? ( 8.30
Heurs A. M. to ta III..'iad'
present term. crate material!., -. ._ See, those 6c pen tablet at Dann' i ? i.jo to $.jo: *. M. '

1. ottlclal s T.'MrmATO Weather...-W Report.rSA ..ci BnniMa. We are requested to.state, 'that ,the BELGIAN HAKES FOB S.4 :.-60 School good ones, at Dann's. :. ,.,,:,.. ,... :FLOJUD. .. .
Women's cents to 2.00 each., Apply to Col. J. ,. '
Auxiliary .
-" .0..04 Y BTBHIM. Oct. 1, 1901 Society will meet Headquarters for school .
at the Epl.copallcburcb Monday after W. Aderhold.Dr. Dann's supplies, at TAKE no1T1PAMJEJ THOMASON.P ..... s.rswu. ,

mas.. Mln.lUIn faU. noon October 6th, at four o'clock. $', O.'Thoniason was called to ALt CALL *.'W...1>. ., .;.4,

- .--,....;. s .are especiallyrequested Longbman Wednesday night oq l professional Bummer. Goes Cost Guloe diatton. : t "n... u. Of;";;. PI&....".,

' day..., . ..... .ftII M .411 fI4 ... .... to be preset, business. $ 1 1CIlI1ln.1:1I: :. !:LA. .

."daynday hrday. ... .. 117 M ... > Ben;. F. S.mi. wJ hustles In Flor is Stanford Is sole agent for. Douglas [
87 711 '.'., id Henry Barns now filling the place Shoes at Klsslmmee.' i
... 118. e9, "" i for the Savannah News
londay.- was here in the store of J. W Watson, made .

|dn..da7.a.,.... lit lOa 88 7\1.\ ...14.. Wednesday accompanied by Mrs. .,vacant by; the retirement. of Road Bratton's.New Goods. arriving at, Gulce &' i : L:VaADotor&'Co... () .

Sams who was seeing,this part of the Graves. .
i J. A. H1MP80N, P. YOur State for her '"Dorothy i "
first and Dodd" shoes have the '
incidentally, Mrs J. C. Edwards left last
night
keeping Ben style. Bold:: only.by Dann. '
| rate for Insertion,cif advertt'; straight for a,, visit among her frleudi and relj ; i R O K, E R S ,

ntll'amonit the readingmatter on Wll.Han iock'vas 23 ;years old last saves. at her former home at Daisy, Try'a pair of Queen Quality Shoes. OSCEOLA.i -----..

it page I, ten cent a.per line each In. Friday and, tha\evening a. number of i.Ga. Sold only;by Stanford. '- '
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( Us friends e L ESTATE
rtlon.uLacai. residence gathered a*. the paternaL). ,Dr.. Thomason Is having the' building : School Supplies' .at. Guloe &: Brat- PHARMACY.1t :
to celebrata th. """orAn" an" .n ton'*.
which he INSURANCE
wish him a life ot '' recently purchased (opposite t. t,
many' birthday.UDder
' JOOOtJ0000C000t more the bank) repaired and renovated Subscribe for 'The Designer" at ..+F/F1+11AMk4/F1dMrweQw
: no lets auspicious circum SOctS ,.,hklMi I ,i.. 1'..
for use as a. private office. V ,per year, at Katt's. ,__ ..
News. I stances.' *.. .
.:.... : ,,.The. steamer' Llllle* J; R. Gilbert, Jr., has given a con. 'Fresh Mutton Tuesdays and Friday ,\
tefi''Tuesdaymorning tract-to Frank Bass for the erect.IoDoa $ at Reeves & Woods'.' Ph'one 61. '
on her regular loaded --v "
run to
handsome cottage on hi.lot 'at' the ;; The
the gunwales with miscellaneous Subscriptions received tor': De .'. .
." and towing two which freight Intersection of Main and Church 'eLl. igner" at 860 per year.At: KaU's.No. ,' ' :-- \ ;'"., :
btrl{ *, were also .
1 x I Read Business Locals. Attorney! W. J. Sear ha moved his :
: our heavily l-den..A;! number of
Send Job Printing. .; .....re'aboard for ,, passengers family to the Kenner residence which 2941 wins the. BUGGY ,--. "' :,''';'<' '. 1 ,' '
us Tour different places ,..
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below. ; he purcha.ed..recentli. ,The residence ; ', " c
School still'growing.-. y New Line of School 1. J .
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e nigh Sears : Shoes :'at Gulce t'I"
vacated by the family to ,be '
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Bob "sold Brattoq's.1'DororthyDodd" "
Capt. Falrcloth- ..
has ', '
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Fine lot Willow Chair at Thomp- '''' 'I' I' I .
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occupied by Crawford Bass' tr.mUl.M" .,
Interest In'the .' ' ", "
i, n'a. IMoes low. steamboat "The Red M.re .I , \ > .r
Shoe '
? ; ; fully ,
;, Sallie E. Jennings of Ocala, 7. I' } .
legnlar monthly meeting of the Scorpion to his partner, Mr. 8., M. guaranteed you take no risk. Sold i '
Gordy. W learn that but a tOrm8l1---1'Mldenf of this place, only by Dann. ,
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,, hoo Board next Tuesday. Cap ;Bob Intends ', ; .
ere long to build"a larger 'and spent portion of the week"lmonlfherKI.lmmee The .
G$ ilev,C. E. Jones of Sanford was In friends while en route handsomest line Of Spring and
better boat for use \betowatel'l' than Bummer Dress Goods ever> offered in '
w t llsslmtneo last-Tuesday morning, be has ever had. home' from DeLand where the had town.at Kati's.. .' H.i C. '
r (several orange buyers have been !necting -' been to place her'' daughter Ruby in < Stanford;
Mrs. Heldt and of Ba..D.nab We
: daughter are now handlin some' extra
the of this"vicinity thisek. I Stetson University.Mrs .
crops
Ga., are visiting In Kisslmmee .fine Fresh Meats-Beef, Pork and
.- and of ; F. G. Ralley and little daughter'Lucy Mut.t.on-at our market. Call up phone
are
guests the family of C.,,W The othow; lP'
Originator
r+ e County Commissioners will\ hold Griffin. We regret to learn that! Mrs ; Belle, 'wbo'bave been ..visit* i, 01 and give us a trial order. ,

II' regular monthly meeting' next. Heldt bar been quite 111 since she> ing friends and relatives In ;Virginia "' ;' 'Reeves-A Woods. Prices, In ,Klsslmmee .' w

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\ellular> meeting Orange Blossom much better at this writing. days ago to the delight of their family' We'will furnish Stove.Wood, delivered lS'lOOBHSY ,

;; dge )fJo.,, 80, F..& A. M., next Mon. Miss Lannle Bass left yesterday' for and friends here. to any. part of town at 1.00 per THIS WEEK
Strand. MAYNAKP
LUMBER
Aderhold Co. ... .
Mayor of Kisslmtoee lost
r, y nlghf! Winter Park.where she will enter I*.;,*." '* 0 ..
t r.fr. J.
!i tlD a business trip to Jacksonville close student and In oointaon with her Part of the contents. were- saved., Col.. 'Take Laxative Bronio Qulne' Tab- receiving: and opening his mammoth stock' of, Fall and. Winter<< ..
Goods
Write
Aderhold Is of the lets. All refund to Advertisement of'the many good things has'
nday night. many friends here we feel that In : r one pioneers, ofKlsslmmee druggist the money '
'* and baa done much towardthe If Its falls to cure. E. W. Grove' in'.store; for. hlsOc'ustomers.Watch --
ke Fraiure came up from' Tampa Klsslmmee has a representative there signature on each box. 26c osoeola '

"t.eek. and event..a day .or: two with of whom this. community may well feel I success' of the town.-Lakeland Pharmacy. "*rI =

.. parents here. . _ proud. > .Sun' :

oward 'Ralley left yesterday! njorn- Miss Emma Yowell, one of the teach | H. M. Chafer a prominent hardware for his Announcement
merchant of Miami;'Is in the city. on .
It for Barlow.; take up .his studies ers of the primary department In the ,
a visit to his old friend, John. Hick. 8
the 9.- P.-M'.I.. High School\ has been conflbed to her
room for-seyeyaFdays"with:an-attack eye "Mrr Chafer was formerly business Next.week. In the meantime.he will be pleased,to have, you call

t+ 01. Aderhold'ha* been- ootyined weelewtth'.to. of rheumatism. During her, absence In Tampa'and -;years ago was. the and look through ' '

$" room several days this Miss first occupant of the bulldldg now occupied '. ;
Alma liass bas,
charge of her ,
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attack of fever.. by ., MorlweUier. Tampa 'T'R.E. LARGEST ..
classes which she. :
m ages very effi STOCK
II', sad Mrs. James Griffin hare ole nLlr._ .. .. Times :
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l n spending the week among their Considerable A change' business In Kisslmmee ":.'.' .' i'.t" 'ft. ,>;,! j ..... \ I .'". " '
real estate In Klsslm ": 4'd" It-t '
' latiXes and friends arWaoo. mee Is changing hands now, '" and theO that Was unlooked for by ,the public ever brought to Kissimmee.1'-*. .".. ">, ,1,1' ." ., ,::'. ,
. or budded trees Oranges of-bestrietles occurred a dayor two ago when, the .
et part of the transactions""Is. tb t '
GrapefruitJ Kumquat or Red- Messrs Grayer, Jr.- and Sr., purchased 11 .
.i ngerlne.,'call on'u. Hugbey. tli?purchasers are residents of the pi:: ; ': the hardware business of the W. ,.C :.Jl -.,. :, '
They have faith In .the future C e ,4
'i e County Democratic Executive : of B. Maklnson Co., followed by the announcement y'' 0 \j;
town and show that they have by pitting ,
>mmlttee" their moneyln Klssimmee flirt at ,. ;. '11,'
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urt, House next Monday. See noelsewhere. -' & Gr.veiuld, in. addition to the . .. .

t a .- every opportunity that presents It eJt. hardware business' out in"a line 'of" I Rubber Goods'for Householdand''Medical .' '. ." ..
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::1 Lumbe.-co': t. ' ..i;',' 0'. ; ',' : -
forsrttng The:! Maynard keep onUtehustle furniture 'in the room next 'door to the : )0" ; ) ; "
. Seed 1ll'sh$2 Potatoes bushel now or M ready per bar these days In order' to keepup Maklnson. stand and now occupied by Purposes .- ., ..< 'f.. " ," ' :!:
; per Guloe BratW.+who 11'111111 due timevacate carrl dln stock l all ) .
l l. .Leave orders at my office. W. with Its orders. We are -always by us fill I

1; Van Duzor. pleased to note the prosperity) of such sale by: and the go Maklnson to other quarterr.Co.' doe 'The not ths requirements of the Housekeeper r-, ,

., will be inetttutiotlb for that. fat that retired nurse and 'physician. '. a
y 4 series of revival erloes means a payroll mean they have from busIness 1. .
:i arted at the Methodist 'Church next that is regularly disseminated In as they have quite a business in In design and quality they are .' 1 .

The public cord \the community. About forty men and handling fie 1, packing frultv to which perfect. Many improvements. .
nday morhlng. .. J,
another line be added.. .7" :
4<< may soon as .
are found In all these articles : . ( ,
'IA Invited to atten&themr boys find employment at these mills. -
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The
they mature their plans. new .
n which. increase their . I. .f ,I.... ....
firm Is not unknown to ourpeople as utility, ,.. ..
Capt.U&lfonmeln Wednesday night 'Time Bass has purchased the lot r 4 .
t both have lived here for year and are convenience And durability. "' '
om with', his .learner, Naomi, 'III, across the street from and south of the known the people" clever V V ; .
a .. by energetic We. are showing a liner. .line VVVVV VV VV ; = A
Hotel
.ll om Hlcpocbee, where the 'W has Park upon whlokltis his intention and upright in enterprise t of *: '* ) ';
for several nfonths to erect a brick bulldlnar"to Tie: they may succeed In this is
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Duck shooting Is legal after Oct. used as a livery stable. It Is' valuable the wish of everyone.. !lOT!' ''WATER' A.GS; SYRINOHS: NOW IS THE TJMEFOR ,,1 : .

property and one of the best sitesin Suit has been instituted by; the heir 'ETC., ETD.r 'y.l
at; The birds are asidto have raised : ; ,
town for the named. The of Sarah A. Chan deceased, to recover -
8'
purpose .
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large numbers tbi"ear on the rly- the -, .... '..
of
tOO deal was made through the real estate certain cattle claimed to be.held! most'-approved: style : :

, and prairies south of this place. agency of J.M., Wlllson Jr. in trust for them by R. B. Savage as The prices will prove as attractive -. e'o'DAYS '

We received: a pleasant call Wed- Osceola County poor farm has anorang' executor of the estate .of Sarah' A. asthe. quality. r. :

esday fro'm'MIss Elizabeth 'N; Barr crop Of 4,000 crates this sea Savage, decealed. These heir 'are PRICKS: ,WILL. BB HKOUCKD- "' ON bun, .NT'R.' ;LINK, :,
jJ
hQ is representing-- the Temperance I :
. the It
The commissioners have recently also contesting will appearing,
son. .
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I ucational Bureau of Chicago In this contracted for a complete Irrigating that they have been, disinherited by Klssimmee, ,, .Drug. Co. :. .. -- ,' ?t .

'I tate. the will. Contests by other "of the All .:indebted to will, call 'and.
plant, and the, poor farm is being : persons' me, please pay .
1 W. J. Waring has moved his ,store made scouroe of great revenue.Thatjeans .- heirs'willwe undel'lt.anda1eo bja made. their.account.e l! .same,. must, be closed up ": tI

om the location be has .occupied for the State In this repeet. The point In dispute'seems to .be ,that i ., ,. ,",I,

1\i\ everaHnonths past t> one of. Wat- Plant City Courier. the executor claims'the j right to ;dispose f, y.1', .

t'\ on' new''brick.store rdoms near the of the stock cattle and. 'other \\t
A. A. Kenner and daughter,' Miss ; J. '
WATSON ;
rf >oi\th\! end of Broadway.. Gertrude left on Tuesday night last property of the'estate, while the <_heir
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allege he only h.*'.. life Interest iu the
f Jodie Griffin cam dywn from Waco for San Diego. Cal., where they will '

pent Sunday and Monday here and tnake their future home. Their friends estate'and ha no power to sell the E ,
his 'returned to. principal the estate. .The estate is ,
he and Wife
l eadsy to thepopulation ,
only
+ hene and they are limited .
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heir home accompanied by Mr. andre regretted their departureand valued at about 150 and 000. AUornevs P. .,.:...:.A"\: :!...,' .,. .." ,L'' ., ..' '1Y' :, .'.'
A. Vans Agnew Alex St. Clalr- '':.: . '
I; James Grlftln. wish for them health .and happiness Abram represent the plaintiffs,, and 'o7ri. !!: in mlm itl tn' i '

Cleveland Edwards, who has been In an unstinted. measure In their W. J.;Sears the defendant. . mJ1'"I""ml1nnJ"'mmJ."l1!! !! ; ,,
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with the family of his brother In this western h me. .: NORTH KI8SIMMKK.C. ,
f ; F. Covering the'' traveling ,. :. .. :' .
Col. A. ..''
, place left. few days ago for his'for* Ellis Crawford a young<< man of this representative of the Times Union wa. o K;{:OYr\'t:' .' -:', \ v.: =:. '",W. GRIFFINr .=:::=:1 .;i 3

mer home at Daisy, Ga.,;;too take uphill place and Miss Anal Cbbb, daughter here Monday and. Tuesday\ in the Interest . .".; ';,.i:o't/!: !".' :' ; ,, :, ;}

school duties again. '. of Mr..B. F. Cobb having agreed be- of his paper and we are pleated .....Pl.._' =. .

The residence known''' a. sthe "Col. tween themselves cast their fortune-! to know'lhat, he' added a''' number of See'How 'Accldeata May 'Occur to : <

Cadman'place". in,rear of the High together and fearing a possible opposition names to his 'subscription list.. While l' ou.A'firemayoccurany. .. $ : :

School building has been leased to J. to their plans If the union were here he established-a Carrier's 'route FancyFamilyOcocerieS4 r
N. Calhoun who Is having it Improved.His day.-
undertaken decided an elope
here upon
week family will"move' .to .It, wJthin..,a. ment. Accordingly. ,they '.boarded i.Ellis.which:will.be: taken care-of' ,by Verher' 'Your lift must have:an end. i- ,-'.' .-.... ""Io ;.

or two. 'W..ion'' train No. 35 Saturday !night, and wentto ; j ., : FEEJSa: : :' 'JS. :E TS >;\ ," ,
The members of the home ( Therefore, to be on the safe side ,
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Bartow where "they, procured, the Fresh Pish stud pTter.i .. .. .. .
Society will)" give ". tea".! at the rest, necessary ;document -ana ':were rmMa ; e.d&li. need IHSURANCI.j '" < -
: 'Fresh Fish .T Thursdaysand you :
denoe of Mrs. E F. Hall tonlght"a... man and ,wife,,::the ''.CduntyJudge/ of Saturday*-Ojrsters after Oct. 1. ;; M./Wll.on.Jr.; will be 'glad to'IE i= Delivery everyday, -at any hour.j .patigneg solicited: =|! |S :
which "',free izlloffertngs'awill! bathe works.: ; &
} Polk officiating.. They refarned home Leave orders M the bottling = :: }
:only "pull" 'to. be made onythe"flnan-; Tuesday morning and received, the t,CHAS,;BASS.. tell you THa:COST lilWluajiUtUili UU11UU11U1UUIi11 11ULl4WUUUlutlU (
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I : 5 (o'iTHE OUTDOOR TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS. q C 4N 14\\
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y 1 T wile a little 'over twenty' If poslble, with.the. sky for a canopy, JtC ;
year ago lint Koch, <11..-. man '
\ \ ThA medlcaF op+ the olden time
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:. .tZ] revered the. minute form of 'would Indeed bo shocked be' could ,, : ''''

r l@@ I % .;. fife wlk-h'u'iisbeeii culled 'r' ........- --- lls eNN.>IS ? t S sit t

the buclllus\ of"tul.er'ulo.hca 1r
proof that oiitHinnttloii. >
Ii Infectious. What
?'yi il idetmod, l Ibcncnlti I tlie inlerosL-opo ,

remitted In'n -radical change In tin- :"
DiJDlerulfiiFThe method >>f ',re>tins tliU dlxenge.! : 'It .n .f'.,
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medical ,meu.liur'.studlpd tho fhrious r \
methods, the L r'1C'IIt' which nature I't '
coil Id,rntlng It hat boon ', \
J +s real heroines of day are In our homes. Frequently,how. ,,\. "
ever matte anti more nppi-eOiiited. until the .,\
ever it is a mistaken and horo: 1n. j' :\
Women seem to listen to every call of duty1' except: tho supreme i time eeenrato' have I'OMIOVhl'll'unedl its '" o\l\ a
one that tolls them to guard their health. How much harder tho daily cine only he considered but on IncKU'ii.) \ : WINTIiRslied :
tal la succopsfut-irentmciit. l ONFI' THEVOMKNS CAMI'S AT WHITE} UAVEN .IN .
tasks become when some derangement'of the; female organs makes'everymovement .
;r painful and keeps the nervous system unstrung? It mAY lit an cxflffgorntod predictionto '"

Irritability takes the place of happiness and amiability i and weakness nmUc flint! ,twenty yeursbPnce may terminating Inn t length-of clay I dent reason that In them are combined

and suffering takes the.place Of health and strength. As long as they see the "man or' wonton \VbOID the pipe When. lire Is started Ihe alr the delights of bounding\ along) under'

;can drag themselves around, 'women continuo: to work' and perform )physician, .dlnjjmmod,; n. viifferliiff' Is sucked' through this coiufult and ie Influence of the wind, without the
"' their household duties. They have been led .to believe that suffering from Jung It'olll'stlll'ling\ for the OETTJNO BEADY: FOR A HOOSDAT MEAL: that keeps I It burning brightly. un dainty of the jrrnft entirely do-

(+ is necessary because they are women. What n mistake! health camp, In (lie vicinity otIiln'or AT A WZNTEB'Q& 1'. These ipen and women realize that }pendent) t' u alls.i Men of business ",
lier< nliode. 'IQ return a few weeks .. t who the l of the
Tho use of,JLydla H.IMultlmm's Vegetable Compound will banishpain or every brl.llltb1'- tlje pure atmosphere wlsustni enjoy pleasures
and restore happiness. Don't resort to strong stimulants or narcotics n few months later restored to health, visit one of these places, to see so- Is a bar to their' 'ailment, and their sen cannot ndulgc themselves, for the '

when-this-great strengthening, healing remedy for. women isalways and able to OKU In (iika.' up 'life's- pursuits railed Invalidshard at work In the eagerness to be In It-to Injiale It-Is. reason flint tbeW lire BO many oislbll-- t,
'within reach. : ,-nn era wbl"l1 50100 of the hospitals forests. making their camps, lolling/ not strange when one i-otulders the Ides of a delayedNcCurii.\ ; owing to thee\

I-'1 FREE :MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN which 1mve t been constructed' mid nbout In hammocks) In summer with years some of'theut have fought!: to regain almoluk dci{ eiidi ut' of the craft on

t 'If there Is anything in your case Rbout.Whlch') you would like equipped purposely to care for' pul"nionary hendij uncoverod' and l.lulDumed/ in "(heir benlth.-yenrs'ot; sufferingand wind weather and llile>< jut wIth the

peclal advice, write freely to BIrs. IMnJtham. No man will *f&' patient will l>e needleBs, and blnnkpts and furs In the sunlight In endurance >yhlch none could..ai;. auxiliary yacht this t'lrmf'u Is.enttrely" ,
rp your letter.' Hue can surely help you for no person In America consumption In' Its ndVqnced: ntug/, the lend of win\I or. with no shelter I predate sa\a noose who'have the Mme I eliminated nndyhcn that\ wind die* out P
r has such a wide experiencein treating female ills ns she has Iiatl. almost all rare us .innllr>ox or yellow but the blue sky above them. 'Hut a in let Ion- as themselves. Recognizing or I the tide unfavorable.. It tsx nly:

.. She hajJ helped hundred of thousands of women back to heoltlu, fcVw: yet judging: by the results, these nre only name of the ways In I nature's remedy. It may be snld that. 1I1"t'1'.o.rjl. start the vnglneproceed ',
t Her address is Xiilipolutoty necesI'ATIKXTS wit bout loss of tlmu.
foollah If you do not accept her_ kind Invitation. - : The preneiicn c(the propcllet'bnpglng

;; h For proof read the symptoms, suffering and cure Idly on the bottom of the Font when
the nails nre'In use has always1 been ref
recited in the following letters : F'rdedllll n >>awl>nek to tlie-complete-:;

"DtJLB MaPnUIlUCI'"I:: : i : wish to express to. you the great benefit I lien of this combination and many
have derived from your advice and the usa of Lydia :U. PJnkham'tt Vega waya.hnve, been devised 'to dlxpo.se; of It ,
table Compound. My trouble .wfemalo weakness. 'in Us worst form and. under these <-lr(>ulII"t.nn'I11rre' has

,." ,I was in a very bad condition., I eou'd not perform my household duties\ tny boou recently Invented n folding propeller
back ached, I was extremely nervous and I eould not cat or Bleep, and thebearlngrdown shown l'i the accompanying cut F
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pains wore terrible. My husband. spent hundreds of dollars ;
I to get me well and all the medicine that the doctors prescribed failed to do me which has the nvrlt of novelty If nothing
,} any good t I resorted to an operation which the physician said was necessary ol IIOI'. Thule. Due la. su arraniod t aat'whc'n r
to restore me to health but t suffered more after it than Iljdid/ beXona.; ; I had It It IuI"" It Is as effective as
hemorrhages of the womb that nothing could WelD! to stop. any utter but th > minute' the engines
_414 ..' "I; noticed one of.your advertisements and wrote"you for advice, I .reWlroi -. ate stopped( iud the mills i-Mxed It folds
your reply and carefully followed, all Instructions. I immediately np of Its own accord. and the blades ;
began r, and in two weeUs was about the hoa..... I took eight t
tofjt.troft of .In sin-h n that
nre disposed way
+ > E. 1'lnkham's Vegetable' Compound and continued

fr Jollovrlog\ :your adrioe, and to-day I"am a well woman. Your remedies and \
help are a Godsend to suffering women, and I cannot find words-to thank yI

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'DxiB Mns.PnTKni.Mt e-I write to tell you what Lydia E. Pink / ,
ham's Vegetable Coin pound has done for me. P
"I.was suffering with falling of the womb and could hardlydrap about, : .,
but after taking five 'bottles of ydia E. IMnkham'i Vegetable Con

'a pound I was completely cured. lam now a wall woman.and able to do all --':- 'i
my ....ork.L '__ -
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,y "I thlntt: your medicine one cf the beat. remedies the world." "MRS.

;r J.. .M L.XK.: rLyndal Kt., Newcaatle.P&. e T O
j\ ?" DxlB Mns. PIXKHAM: t I/ydiA E. pjnkham's Vejreli'ble Compound

t, has done a Treat: deal for me. I anffered-so much from tailing- the .
+ womb and alt the troubles conhecte4"Wllh, it. I doctored for- :years with TAKING A HU .nA'fIl IX W1N'l'}:U IN MA8HACUU8KTTS.sary .
doetors'and other: retaoJlos- but received only temporary relief. _____-----h.. .. _ _ __ -

1/1 "I began taking' your> medicine and had not taken It long before I was there Is a possibility! of this state of are able to -stand. the exercise amuse Is medicine or stimulant administered

feeling: better. My husband said that I should keep right on taking as long; affairs I -coining 'to pass, und not far In themselves by c'lenrlng away the suow and the comparatively few winrreiiulro
salt me roller front as.I could n/not expect to be curd by .
gave my suffering,
the future. The fact is. tint out In too from the verandas In the 'hller-cvl'n
these are usually recent arrivals
one or two bottles. I did so and am now able ,to be on my feet and work ,. 1
,, hard all day, and fro to, bod and rest at night. Thanks to :your Vegetable Compound open ovWi amid snow drifts of winter? the women ,hullo.Jt1nthe/ broom and- whORe systems have been weakened -
I I am certainly grateful for the relief it (rave me,, It is the mother's there are elements which have' wore .shovel and eujoyllug'it.a\ ':; ;& : "oi by long durutlont the complaint ,

,1". great rlen-1.. I Would not ba without it in. my house, for. wben I feel tired curative proportion than any oompouud the hillsldes'ls' another Mnu.se recrear- Ae they Improve, an_effort Is iuu 9 .,. or out ot sorts 1 tako a few doses and feel all right. ,,-bleh '1111.- yet t\l"e>prepared! by the Ion( for those M'uom We '('ult'voumlini substitute tooth rol'' the Ionic. The .

." X would oommend your medictno to all tired 'mothers, and especially Chemist, s/nd. this ono who Is not too lives encouraged nt the Mn! tnclijy etI tifnu Is not limited. It Includes the "'\ .
y. to...those. suffering' a 11 was."-MBS. E. F. CHASIBSBS, Bennet; Neb.J- far advanced In lllnyss to spend nights 1 1111I11 htlon, ,.. Physical (culture I uTi hue usual meats and vegetables; with tea "-'" .....'-1 .

.': 'l".-". $5000.FORFEIT 1 If ws.,which cannot will fnrthwlthprodueetb prate their atwolulIdrdlAK. i.*orlelnallettsr.sadalgaatur.eof.1nutueae.e.' y. as well as days living In almost as of the' requisites for those who are> and coffee, ;' but n.as already Indicated! 1F 1
Plakham UecUoDi Co.. L7aa 11- primitive manner a. the Indian' of the nble -attempt It, and dally a dozen milk and raw egg are considered, of
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." .,.. 'L 'm--- lasfcentury can be restored to liealth or a score'of patient are put through gpeolal value, qnd all ore expected! to
"I', Thankful for That. without the necessity: of going! thousands these simple movements under the add tbi'm to their dally, diet. Sleep: Is -!:

'l"-t"Y3 Dizzu ? He-Then: you regreT our engage! of miles to 10Jourll'.f! a mountain guidance of perhaps one of their-num- another essential ana physical effortIs

i! :, went, do youT top or In a land where snow, Is St1MHi .: encouraged as n promoter of It. The
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1 Appetite poorBowels' 'She-Oh, no; but I am 'glad It Is no. unknown.At J.)1oDnL" OF occupation of the mind also tends to .
tap. -
:: n recent gathering rittsburg, keep off the melancholy which
worse -September Smart Set feeling
constipated? Tongue coated? :>LDINO I'ROI'ELLKD BLADES
r 'f Pa., one of the most prominent r ____ often affects-tlie consumptive. especially Y

't>'- Head ache? It's your liver permanently eared. No'Dtsor nerronj* physicians of the State made nn address r HO the s.oclulile atmosphere is considered jj"y; In no why luipedo the forward mo

_. ;!?- Ayer's: P1l1se are liver pills, allvegetable. fleas after lint day's use of Dr. Kline's Great In which be gave his formulafor ,hWI l to lip one of the mo valuable,) lion of tbo boat. .
aid for ".0.0- Nerreltertonr.tatrlal bottle a'ndtreatUetrea the .rure of tuberculosis It' was features. 'In fact the absence of ''omnnjj The blades, re'shown In the nccoropnnyliiK .
_ ,. !' .l ty y_. s.lr. n Dr.B.M. KMH, Ltd.,181.Arch Ht.,PMliu.Pn this: "Eight hours' : a ,day In the open : of the dreary accompanimentsof ruts In their closed and open;

w It must be be so rich that yon. air, unless the westbfor Is mi I inclement tmrpltnl life remarked by the posit Ions. The 'JuvcutUn Is that of AK
Want your moustache or beards d D't, hart to keep appaarancea. as to make this n practical Impoeehbility visitor who -might easily mistake the thur AV Learned. '
beautiful l brown rich black? Use) ,
or .
; a.clean. healthy diet. conslitlnglargely : purpose) of one of these settleinestsTill '. .
Mrawlslow'sgoothlagytapforeMldtrttatbtng.oftatb.
DYE .guru,mulallamm.: . of milk and eggs; ; and the I Charm of Circus Life. "
BUCKINGHAM'S UonaUay.pLn.o.reswtndeoua9a..botUs exercise o( proper precaution against t "There I Ira charm a fascination 1

tF ail...... -............,.........,...u.. W'7.a. -- about circus life that Is bard to explain -
< I A man U Dot necessarily a miter became "
., 'b* .refuses to pay compliment. said' veteran showman "It Is
'. ', The Watkins"Boy"Hay Press' ; surely a tough-existence, being! / buffeted Y, .
riao't'Cnrelathe beat madlolna wa ever used about from place -to place often
lor all aflvatlona of throat and lung .-Wn. ..
U. m>au Vaoba..... Ind., :Veb. t0, 1900. S Without n bed to sleep .In, had the
; wages, outside of the salaries paid to a
'Some people: never jet busy oath thereis Yet
nothing left to be done.' ,* _-tl'w..tars, ore amazingly mall.
;. 1 when a wan once gets a taste of circus:

PtrmAtc FADELESS Dna: color Silk. r ham. life It's all up with him. lie's,, never'
Wool! and Cotton at ODe boilinf.A .-
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) : *' capacity: for h.rd work is usually ,a to be. There must be a germ. ,
1 t i snail's moat valuable ....t.< bred of the sawdust that gets into his
.Tw bora ean operate It (no other power n..di i blood. Take 'the canmser rOr hint
:; .d)..d bale the.vmp rlht In the fleld at IOM jHOlTxiES: TENT OOTTAo14On'three'sidc. b
.. J. i. Bell whose book "Wee Mac- and
C. thaasn.tofhsullnttoWtpre. It doe lota I mice. They get $20 a month
x, '., . .. ( are duuble-<>lInv... w.n.l! f
I < 4b 'lkl ee; tuelr- board
cree.or, is meeting with so much success liii-h be l usually consists of
.t aw., Dues.lot elnulftr bI... K. I ; may opened' by raining the upper
(' has hall of outer wall like. an awning. and drop. ball grub nnd nn Impromptu bed in a
II:' E. LOWE CO;. AUanta; Georgia. : a, good story'In AUslee's for ping the inuor.wiill, thus
milking a pavilion wagon. Often they don't take tlwlr'
I : September, entitled "First, Lore." It af tent. When clo+ed, a dmc jiiHt above clothes off foFwreks at a tline. There'sone
wimwoting of outer wall admit. air which
describes, of course,, as one may: gather -ia&-- J enter tlietentj at. the ettv....) ; fellow I kpow who possesses more '
from Us title,' the"'waxing and 'wan. - 0- than the average' Intelligence. He has ,
were It not for the
l Inc of onwof the Indispositions of adolescence I of the pallents. whose appearance of some a trade and during the winter he
features
; which seams' to "be as necesssry plainly the Inroads whloh disease tell has too makes on an average, |20 a week..And

: at mumps or measles are 10 t. made "' yet, just as soon as the circus season'opens .

:,11"' 14 _CURES Sick neadache ie. 'childhood. ,As is to .be':expected, >lr.: i Treatment upon them.-From of Tuberculosis 1'bl" Outdoor he thrpws.. up his Job and /goes,, ,
', : 'A..DDIIN..... Bell\ handles his subject with, the ease American Lln the out on the road with a show for $20 a ?'

. ra ....-.u ora.w.. ,and grace off.a .. lloutlily Review of Reviews.K month 'In almost every flown the
muter-
: t"0, : ...1.1.* . management! Is besieged by -menand_
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( . ,'-1 CURED PRPP; STUARXtS' I PATIBXTB: TAKIKO: JffOBtiaO ZIEeotee.t 1 Mr. Gully, the Speaker of the House boys who want \\o go along.and many '! .
: ; 1 ''''_, of Commons.has one bobby which Is of them offer"their services for their

ia. r D ropSY081Ckr rilE.E.CIN-ndBUCHU Infection from the. germs/of}jtheessey "dl'It'1 her or a member; of the medical staff.' to know more thoroughly thnri anyone board. Its a queer state of all'lllr.-

.. To alt .be sufferer to the l.1on4. of tboaeer The physician! In question! 'k6fwhnt The tent life Is a purt of the routineof else the geography of his own.country. I'hlladrlpbla'Reco ..
.._ .u ll...,I. .to.. ....oasr wltb KMay, (Jly..r.. Ii.*.... Bladder havwa's'speaking< for, he has' the women \p' summer as W11118 of and hIs knowledge! ip this direction Is .
Blood-I>__ _pi.< bwttle ..( alaan' !:. '-
J Food.
; .dsysl.S.ctswperuueestcur.I sea \
t '. i.JO'o lied.".. 'rrleltrwa.mftM Gin and Bueha,the(Treat_'h.MI Kidney and been using frfeb, nlr.for: several years the men"i nd.ltl.. an actual, fact that really wonderful. lie was ono day sAn
al.fne.II.....,"oreaa bel.lru Liver M.dlelr.wf ba Mat ._I." free of .as one of,the- principal 'remedies' In' a In Massachusetts some of the women 0 some few years ago and before Italian authority finds that when l
ti Writ. Dr.H.N.w_'. __ eat Mention thle Miprr. Addnim 8TUABT _became bens are fed on food containing Itrg/
-I_ ....laU.... _.'" B" AU.L'i DM.VO tt'ro CO.,ts-Walise,AtUate,Oa. "juanlturlum amon the renusyfranla have erected.their own camps for winter to his present' high position trnr.ellng1 of Iron the reveal \\1
.. t'I ., hills, which June fecelved' many a decorating the walls, with posters from ,,Carlisle to London 'nnd percentage eggs! also i
I. Ptneventa': I : ''H Itol 'lllgMASUiir"I \ ir:) patient Whose life bad been"glvon tip" and photographs, and converting them the 'vaY'waa.nbl to tell a companion on tbe presetice of,iron in the very. digest ;1:,

5 .' Bilious AttackS 'iq, afterMi*>
Banskeep, "on.with'A-cood-bl %app, "'cohie here .s rt last hope. .' occupy themselves s la C'JD vena tlon. even. down! ,to the smallest brooks eggs, exert ,'tonic, .ffect on persona. "it;
--It Ip ena .,.; truly'an'easy' and 'and who eat Uicm, The case jllustretee'thd'tact ) ;
r "!it. pr.terredti. : 'f."I' '. .It: ,i. 'enjoyablewar reading;sewing Tarlous.'gauies. '
that not'allke j
; . fWo "l"nat'at.1..aa'o'nasaaTlraquast.** of getting well tor any-one.a uo1i (These camps{ are unique, In many re Weather al..i. I. J11Io all eggs are by any '
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'..\ . wr. began the. .mplo'meot'apnt.- .. -:* lorejr' of nature: .for the 'iinalu : spect, Th# 'bon litn are composed Monsoon stations ,, are to be>> estnh.llsbed menus and that'accordtng' to' the food ,,
prfuclpla carried out Is to get,Inlonchitcwmcn I IwtJa. simply sheds hAving a floor to In.India fed., they mny vary greatty.'In'dietleY .
AI : ;w.Jl, 1"r'e'got.! to put a-.i4o P ,tn.flits prevent for, 1 hip purpose of tafc. '
; snd'effect. }
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ieglaTASRAlrltco. ;; Ifase)1K.v1rett. .\ ieoufof'goore-te!' of, but three-'aldes, thatfaclngMho: lug obser"atJODahYJDean aue ,
business ,of 'having ,thln' .r oYeri( ,the r i m' zti; dsy.'vfbiliuKIblvlsj/ ) : ;'jb4.tm1d the trees ,continually breathluimiua south,. being":,leff bpen.r, They are kite balloons. The first" station will.t>. I All n. ,-tn. Ulyk "" .,. /
etr..a:qa." sus. E" .atu .--.--. . ?* '. air purified by natural ''pn J damp'nesi.froiri'tbe''. ground affecting In,the Himalayas'at.Simla.: 7000;feet ,'''Some men try, to make''a'"living ,u-

.. t ceases to .exercise and ,eat and sleep,' i "' the lnmat t..... *kme forest 'trees.. eboye.lbe' level. of tbt.ea. j I 1\very wy. except working.. ." .
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FOR SUNDAY renting to 'the lower X 't.n iit our : CsrV'of tli.Pantile., '' '

.... hltaw.. are destroying that wjfch ia ,. I and very convincing way'to' l;j1R: EUL HAPPY WOMEN' I MALSBY &

j +--. .est soioualr and, best it! and be wilfufly) ..to .trl.iulIli.1Ulwou: ;: \">b Ddyi ia-&irti'1.hit C.

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ELOQUlIt I CQU 'L 'Tln.EO And.-. h. b.avanlvrhl4hai... .IOOV oJ:
AN. ) q 'J ; !uc mlwve .'Vj igiuf Hue 1JHI' '- i %
U"'P,1W .R' F" lbN."" on* love would have u..attain., ift ; ; : .O .
!'t Bretbren.'yoU1 may: pohaeas un p'e.ll UVe. CaN'' gL V""tl '" : 1 IVII} ..I 'n : __ ,

: f Fortune. Inn load you with her favor. .been/dl ,the : i : !l 41Jfc
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!Thaek 1.f -Tki!
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f A Remarkably Rtrng D.1Iv_.. 'on tH world"niay fawn your feet '''&: 1 the'j O ..,M.le+ schools in *
there is happiness to be found in tit.
>nUJ.>t. of tha-Moral andForM Iatetl.etu4t no D. C.,,, the national capi Recovery After efSuffering.
neither does! relinon confer any i 'v
; Years
of CbrisUadty-R.h.len Gird.'tan benefit that 'nhnlT appeal as nfeawires( 'young people, actlffg/ under

"" &..u<|ivy I.e**9toM>h sans bnt-itl n'.esedneM: the nwlrert,' "' bt Ahelr principal( bare I : .' >. ,.
It eat noblest gift in. heaven: or earth i. e4. savings jbanlt.twhlch rf 1 4
1'A" Xr-The-'R..j acter--character wLU'U: ,jUnds it lilunean I ''' .
rector 01 St. Peter's P. K. Cburcb; in t the Christ conferring a joy which the f I : In even way"just }6ce the I tJ1 ..' ,

:Moral city, preached and Intellectual ta strong Power Mrtnon of Ksliglon.-on "'fh.". gels! wonder at, and fencing the son) .wiL 1! where)Uhelf '|athors! I Miss Muriel ArmlUra,':M Greenwood . ... err

The text was chocen from MatteR :vr 48, )irectituHei imprenfablo from battlements whicn the of concentrated Uoillike n money for '1'' :.'k, pllltr. e r Ave., iWtroit,' Mich.. Durtnet Onf nia r, Engines Boilers .

"Be Y.f therefore perfeeb'eveo. net your riea and nowere-of ,bell .are hurled bark l af makes" himself Vetponsi- of.the I Koyal'Templare. ot Temperance- ,. ,

Father,. which is in faeatea )U(I''' ptfleot.V leonfuaion" as the ocean's" Minves .1.. '1 IIt'-1: safe-keeping ,of the, funds, in a recent 'letter aayi: .. Saw'
Mr. Knott said: : f mighty,wallsof a rockbound ahore ' r "I think' that a woman naturally Mils .
close of each dayVbitalnons
S..rmot.on the Mount coltallthe tier troubles public
/ The true uappineaa. cornea from being not brink from making
lum and ft substance.\ of Christianity, 111 having: from the life witliio.'.not ", daIJ7'r.celpt,, in one nf but restored health tu. meant so AND 'ALL I'
other words. we- find it, to b*. the:very .without. 'oj ,ordinary commercial l. banK- much to me- that I feel for the!' Bake of IINI M.f.ed ;
heart of the UoepeJ; Us divine PreMtPUotracen4inl other suffering women It ta my duty \0 c. ,
:):very man posaesses a conscience. School .
From "A Sav .
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in morel grandeur the loftimit Vog will\ I hear. many declare that they toll what !'.runt has done for n .. .JJ"IAl
. conoeptiona ever thought or spoken hjrf ho ju.t as rood, quite as moral .. a .,; in the September. 'Sti Nlcii- "i"! suffered for five years with uterine .1MM.. ..Bess'-
f Mnortnl man.1 Great mil I. ,fl.m. 'with the tlan through the rower of that ,(- .. irregularities whJcli brought on hysteria Writ* usfor prlce',
nacred fire of inspiration have but mir But what onrienoe aptrt from religion and made me a physical, wreck. 1 tried ct.lop.
rored the shadows, of the tremendous rent In, many raae it i. n ..1""ollte* \fl l .of , ; ::: Kdwji' doctors from the different schools of etc.. before) buy Inc. __ 'n"
itjes of the future: and the mind of genius mater The power of psasion drown. In Booth's r medicine but without< any. perceptible '
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eardiittir for truth apart from revelation s-o ce and weakens,, it Hy, every at The Players-the in my condition.. ,ln my despair
hAS failed to rliaoover the meaning acid the sin. Ainian believing in the existence remains as he let.. It ten I. caked on an old .arse, who advised
.end mf life. Here we have a command rot- no :jitihtr: authoritv- will drift upon t me to try 1'cruua, and promised good re ISAWMILLSrai I OlrmMill. -
trred by One who rave *<*, humanitri, the current of-m..nir.I,1 Vaoire:: for Ihone .. --stands a battered .kul), nits U I would persist and take it regular .,
key to perfection The ChrWt. ''ban drawn dentin: which fro atrougeat will ev"'ntu" II elder Booth'and afterward )'. I thought this was tbe .least 1 with Hc..'* Unhena11mgram.EecUllnear -
the veil. aside and disclosed the way. tbo enclave him? N... without a, living; faith 'used to JlJoqnll: 'over could do and procured a bottle.. 'I .knew .8 malaseou.e.Workaend the BeoookKI -
j ;trnl(h, the life: HTT] !vealinj'th haract r God or a personal union with Him the ('n' .. soon u I began taking it lost it was u Variable ITM4 works are noes- '
of God-ft, hnlineae radiant with lore-we coleus I""".,. it. power to govern and act of "Hamlet.< There e affecting me, differently from anything set try AMD d (or. .ou..o....1..Lc'.r.IL. +
Are brought face to fare with the posaihllFity but religion clothes it with-elttteeQ: f "-story_ n.ote44WJth: 1 bad need. before, and so kept on tale. eeDeulan.Manutteturedbythe'
oC attainment through the law and the strength bjr revealing. to man the source : ot .th.. redo Into Booth' ing it. I kept this up for six: months, SALEM ION wcRKuwin.uceei.mN.O.
uriirit hid Cslvary's rroae. By imitating; thoae magnificent. moral attr.hu. ... and steadily pined strength and health
I the example of holy self-sacriBce we shall 1 which he i I. endowed, tbnt givinfr to .. story wmch- Thomas Daily f and when I had used fi teen bottle. 1 .
'prow into that glorious perfection of th. "alill small voice" within the soul) an tell In .the September considered myself entirely cured. I am.a ..
Father' ,menifE.ted in His only begotten nits: worth. ," ; the:.ytle 1 of. "Poor Yo- grateful!, happy woman today. "-Mis* .
n" There i* not a heart' but has same ; / Muriel Armitage..
I do "not. with yon to mteunn'ei-sta.nd the reption of a higher life than i ii iinnr' ( Peruna cures catarrh of the pelvic organs .
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inference just quoted Ulna ball never ati Every'voung trait and woman at the with the same surety as it cures
i fain the ,, abaolute perfection of God, for way of reiponaibilit tired with . .". Get One or. Other. catarrh of the head., JVrttna ha become
there in en irrp*.".be! >ulf between the ..m'.nd ambitious'with a great the choir master will give renowned as a positive ran for &
Creator .and the created. In being for which they: long to accomplish going female ailments, eimly( because the aifments /
man's immortality had a starting noint Into the world they beve to stem mi."I er-old Harry, said, tho are mostly due to-ntarrh.. Catarrh ,,
while Ood baa even been in iin utenitr of current within and without' the '' I flunk agalp on. the low U i.-tbe cause of the trouble. 1'.* i .
time. In. apace,..man subject tCII i localiiation. cies Of their lower nature and temp'" tion.to ." lrlss'Jllanel.AstaLUge. runa cures the catarrh. The symptoms.
here or there-the infinite Father omnipreeent .in clothed with beguiling ttnerv C.ri.. disappear, CUMM*
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I everywhere. In pnwer man s will arrive-when the future will b- tenor V SBSBJZDT
rreature of environment cirriimwibed b. mined. Moments i of dire peril between 'the' devil and self ill enough to go to bed, bat she is far
lawn whether natural) or irltuIII. free yet with tremendous responsibility They. .. C..eh T"-Philadelphia Pre II. Female. Weakness is Pelvic: from being able to do her work without smut a .
not free a mvsterious parajox, hit ax dl l the then feel the need of a higher power' the greatest exhaustion. This ie a very
battle BTonnd 'twixt will. Luman 'and divine greeter strength then their own to rectory ..Catarrh.A'ways common eight and is almost always due to HuS&JllPAINfANQUlSH '
while don ie the of creation. -: (
t sonrre the enemy of rectitude The Meal of eyes pelvic catarrh
the Alnha and Omeva all thl. ..i in heav. manhood and womanhood shining; theirIlght'divlnea; It .is worse loan foolish for *o many ,I l1EN
nand-earth eren holding in his tlmiahtv ; HaW Are the Women to suffer after with dieeaM -
them will appear.' unattainably own '' { Sick women year rear a
he be his ;
shuts
hand the first link of that wondrous chainof their reach last forever.1 How: .. prays, that can be permanently cured. .
"causation., they '' eafernsrd.avainat this dread .* he preaebes,;mlne] Who Have Pelvic Catarrh. 1'eruna Cure catarrh p-iramnently. It

pod ia perfection All His love and ience which has blighted many proml ......, InSeptember Smhrt t, ._-. cure old chroma caaea aa weil a* a alight
mighty attribute blended together' in attack the only difference being in the
one ,
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young lives, which" unable to stand .... -
hsrmonions whole unchangeable In Win- the waves, of,adversity have punk .. Catarrh of any organ if allowed to pro length of time. that .houd_ be taken to : .
dom. Inatice and fallen per and deoairingT t ...i..er. Bv being free, will affect the whole body. Catarrh I effect a cure -
vetted poaaeaaing no natural worth bear- without i* rare, but pelvic If do not derive prompt and aatiahc
inua. Relivion alone can dire them", tb .... Get at Tear OB. nervoumeaa very you '' )
tug alwavn the curie of ain, a aubtle tend- victory which", crown.alife" .. teachers of Chtcltge I ,_ catarrh. and nervoueneaa .go hand in tory result from the use of Peruna. write' .
-encv tothwart tight.-that supreme law of Clitipt. It "'.1'f'II them" into'direct "' .,_ '. at once to Pr. Hartman giving a full statement
nirUual life. By nature prone to evil cor- nlcationTwTUi God wit<>*e ..1 li.ltt' ia tli. wish to continue their hand.WKat h *o diatrearing 'to light a. a. poor, of your case and he will be pleased to
runted. ".I"le... hi. only: virtue that which they abnuld become> worthy: to sliare Higlory colleges universities., etc.. half-nick, nervoua woman suffering from give you hi. valuable advice gratis. '
I. denied through ,"... No. he can never : Temptations will surely ... be'granted leave of absence the many almost unbearable( ayntptuni of Address Dr. Hartman President of The
be perfert as Ood '. perfect, but thronch religion given them a now meaning.me.i pelvic' catarrh She does not consider her"The I I Hartman Sanitarium, Coliunbua Ohio. :
the intellectual| and moral of religion of one year underthe .

power are but .reminders" the existence: of
and obedience. to eta command, he ran Father who ever waits to aid and . of tbe superintendent of the American Hu.beDd"'i. a much- fipfBROisAHINSTERING F
relativelyclimb undreamed heithts of plritual and. .. bleaainvs ill discnive' they ('Ar. York Commercial Ad written and Ulkedaboutindividual; The GenarioeTOWER:
) manhood, and' jr the evolution of hi. of ;
ireassves *n infinite lore for every In immortal cool. in C5rT i t'win that forion.crown vidusl soul proclaiming: that virtue i ii It- Is Unlikely that.be will over. cease: P'OMMELSLICKER

of oV Hn:" which th* heavenly Kather beginning: and the end of holideap, the II. H.w>. Tale to be a .ubJect 'of Interest,. mot only
his willed all born ef woman ahnnldthronch row road to perfection e Hundred Dollars Reward for 'as a future possibility,. but also a* an
obedience acquire perfection. Th>ie Another wonderful revelation of .., .. -
tarrh tbat'oannot be cored by '
actual It Is not often now-
reality.
derive the'full ofMhe text ,
we meaning : ;
asserts that yon and t .pr.nr from Our.
wonderful In it. implication, (ivin*..us the boom of the eternal Father.. That aa F. J. CHBRCV A -Co.. T01edoL O. ever that be ha* 'the* rood fortune to HAS AND lEEK OlD ADVERTISED> rOR A 1 1,
aaturtnre of .ucce.i; divine in ita Com. i. eternal we, tno'.hall] live through'endle' nndtntrned.. have known fj 3. hear, In the/ latter capacity, *o Impu. .
mend disrloeing the noMibilitiee of Our ave*. Created in Hi" image, unstained last IS years, and believe Wm ; II QUARUf 01" A Ual a'crtttc Gertrude Atherton who.
nature that we a. Christiana hare a divin- His. srtirit. our life shall' rather unto .... la all business transso- as ALL
Ity rrin. within ue the ..."....e-of a floe magnificent growth. Religion *eta able to 'carry out any In ,Aln.lee'. for September ha* madea I w
iona power to"pre toward the mark, for ue a destiny. whone dltine; splendor startle.and by theirflrot. sympathetic review of blli virtues 1 IWAmP200f
the curiae:" a life romnVte in if* fulfillment ovemowem. oar weak ccweptidn nf it.glory. ,Wholesale Dragglato,ToUdo and-detect.. American husbands and thI
nf that end which Ood intended it to at- ILU1W11U..
. The Word nt find call into ... !
taln to be perfect in nhedirnre to the sn- an amazing>114' of nower.' To think KJlfUY 4 MACrlwt. Wholesale' wives should read It,. and take, It to I ( k Ja sole of tile tat
nreme law of fie existence, even a* ita.CrMtnr brother and .!.ler. that through aeon .., Toledo, O. heart. IIIItu1Ib., 11\ N.choJtlow.
I. perferl. time we shall b* aoMIn purity to ''' Core I. tmken Internallyaet- f1dygil.IRaltadsdr ( .. 'J
Without IWion a nmn'Mn",W'rtr real.I love to love. Vnnwledae to upon the blood aad mneona sur ", 0 I kaIcra 1'faYWkrc. 1 1f ,
'!1- the possibilities nf bill epiritnal nature. dory to trio.... hiving forever In the ".... system. Testimonials sent free' Economic.Old M ca. TO TNI5IGN
With .* raMiral Menv toward.! the paw "nce of the ImmortM and<< infinite God bottle. Bold by all PmgglaU. ,Uncle -Ben wanted to,''have Ms OF THE FISH. I
in,. the finite and the changeable, bo needs ins to spiritual. plnnea of .... .... ... Pills are the beet but ", '
influence to rail him of the portrait painted, )he did not careto lsta tatCOll..a. u..=ay ,
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to .
.IIn aenne eraniteur and .Ity. .",.linG: .lielvUt I. VTorld. 1-f I
' intern*I'..n4.infinite._ Mgnv people take a happinea bev.>"d the dream of a.....1.. ThIncomnrehenaihle t pottle th. pay very much for ft.?, ,
nn-rficUl v'"w' of Chriatianltv and never ie tinv o.fa. Brine' ; ( class bottle"ever blowa "Surely that ia a very large sum," .
really ndrmtand what hleetinjnf' it loyal to'God and duty hrinea ace f.>v* been made for exhibition he said when the 'artist .named the A.I
fere. Man w.. not created TO be the f'On'l the dust. when w* H>n";Mer that thin *" t'e.- ExpositionIt, bold W. L. DOUGLAS I "1
thing of the ,Alrei.htvhut' i for,* "'.'' lieritave: yon and I. with all our "..\ .... red price; _
to be a won. wnrthV to .tnx<1 efore conquering death and the power of gallons an rrequ forty The artist (protested --and ''lDr :I 3.23 & SHOES
Father's fee and to live with Him in levin -molten glass, drawn, from O
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evil.In him that as portraits went,, that was .. to 91 rOtDG
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eommunlnn. the midat of the t-intnt'follie. nf ( and shaped ea the end of w.artn W.LDO ass lUG.ea shoes.Tbey
Von are all famirfar with th. tory o* world the conceit nf faahion. the d.e-e. Iq pipe e' very little to ask. ;
Adam'.dce..aful fsfInto .rtiaob-die-'ee; of r thoughtless .opietvr; and rhe'whirl Uncle Ben hesitated "Well/'. Le equal those Y RYS'traigktenYet
tinj.; Throua-h themarveloua facaities of "pid ,..'......,"'.. let ti.. beep this .." said at length "bow much will It be It that have 'been cost.log ,
the son! manv Chriatiati men", have, atone We e burninc Pr_ within the brain- Boo.p..B4 steel nm.f. 0<<_. you from. $4.00'
time "r another emerienced a rnnmentonreonwnonaneae thm'ibt of God. holinc", and heaven. us the best biff O-)01Jl1d steel furnish the point September Lip.. : to &3.00. The Immense ..
ot What then w*. lost. To Prethren. aVow the. character,, '.1 in the world and are willing to plncott's..: tale of.Wrl; . .
enable roe to retain much of that rlrine l a.....-.."!t. Fath" a. revested li.. .l.,. fId |In jour own home on three :,.. ,. _ Douglas: shoes proves i c.
able Christ' farm into the w..M. lived, r*>ri"t tl) stand, Vef..r.. von" s. the grout .. trial just ont this notloe ont co .. their superiority overall r
suffered. died and ", .d. It _*.;"'* for ii.. all attainment" Religion gives ". an lit.. I to S.*a., BOIBDCB: *V Co.. Chi Romance.RomanceT other make.
by: makint known ita glories in His ownperfect **>d an incentive.r reach it. IV eonteitilatinv yon will/ reeetve free by return .Learn ye, that grope in Sold by retail shoe r Hair
li'eto ocmore twcome the *onaan and really 10"'*.... Ihia t eellence picture of the steel range and glooms, dealers everywhere,i
Look '
<* dnahters "' Ood. Rtoll.lnn lead, u*. t.. be inspired bv.it. The Chriatian man i Booking aDd hat1ugstove.yoq for uauie and
narV from worMlioem, to aal'recoPeetlnnand .1........ron.ciw'. of .a divine presence. .. the moat wonderful fLOO It vivifies the soul, price on .bottom. ..
gives *.. mule feveredwith' nMid de.eirM every v>h.*e of his life he t...rks the <
a erick"nine nrineiol) of a hUher a"dnoWer ..nee of Ood. H. r."h..'''. His: handi...oi or heating .to.ellI the pome life's left buttonho1e.Georl' ,.1.! !. !>..KM ..... s
- lift in.piri"t| intellect w!'h tr"th. in e"erv nower' n' the <*...... .The h...t. ,; suoh an offer that BO family tore.a .. tk.* hUhMt.g .
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and the heart with a pure "and exalted fSii-ine1 .*ars a. they. vKTrl through ..11I. no matter what their etroum- Blrdieye- In SeptemberLlpplncott ( r4* .......,Wr.....
. be, or bow small their Income,. : I *... .U.rvM..- v
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love." It anin>* con cie ..re"ne sense of ".it'' era nle". thonchf in1uxtanoairon ..* nd...... he <>i.perp* a living mwMion the beat eooklng or heating tI".u., M ....(. at.etllHatsayprlw...t... lllMtrml4ree.
with the will of And) clo'hina; Ha! alnrThu.. hv e ever' anirati .,.il" '. viurifvina' : virtue sdoolng Pia: handiwork In the has a reputation for' iriactom, .
thus 7e>din upward and onwaM"" toward ne'feetion."Hie within" a Cliri.ti.n I* given rrace to .. |medicine ever mode.S .
immnrr l Inneie.s of the soul can Jill Jhl"' .. unto the one rreat end of w...... FA hundred millions the entire IXft8( dho LOUISIANA T..l. hv, M%*M eon and(ieasr
only be .tI"lI.-d bv O>.... Kvery: faculty growth. True reunion f I. not belief in aHace otHO b. I "i
we po".e. .. le.ds us to HU feet.. There! i* eat of do.rnKi, or *recitation of III rre../! t B .ot item have'been ,, Carpenter's; OX H1KKOW ,
no real ha..ni" -. apart from. that which or a pmfeaainn of faith: the e are but sold .III the United P,
eomnrehen Ilia love and findM ita mi- errs-.o-iree ..f a nertirtilar attitude ..."" ajher Bta t In singleF ( uwiMM of iKmnms.!.
a Tits
".mto good br .'endfaat. vitednes to truth bu 't i I. .nfi"itelv mn-. hnn thi. Ha.UttUowwainwk-t1iatla.il. 'that *- ,
the nreeents of Fi law. u..r..rt..at"'I" .. It I. the life divine breath of the apirit / 'year Every Illness ..HuA.'.+
th.rn.are men and womenwh..ll1k l inonrcliirion fad which r..'.... not ee-tH ....'.tioll.. 10" arising "a'disordered stomach Is .ta '5 j t
*u a meanalo co"cili;..te the divine all eorre.non''en't". the 11...,.'. soul .. relieved or cored by their use.' 80 TEXAS s PACIFIC PRICE 2 CENTS.t "
row..,. which; 'hro*' h .in they have of- body with. the' Creator. and with .. Bur 1 of r. f* ewe .y(the
fend"-1. They Imagine !I. p'ae.. them attirnde wh Deit.v. and that There la no limitation to the eTenia i for manjr.years. At from the stomach It may be safely a-' A 14re. CARPENTER A"CO., "
bv It. medium they will obtain he intellect yet without" a moral /lri"DI.tn ; was given u, to die. Then serted" there Is ''no condition of III v RAILWAY ,Loelaville ',
Homo inHefip.Me reward\, foruettin/ : guide 'lI"d'enliorhl..n Us-re*.*rch. the. Ayer's Chef! Pectoral, health that will be benefited or I
that. religion I I. .a,]Ii', *. a tte. Which ... -n be roe advance in the path of il'1'! speedily not eesrox-
into nwaNon all the aniritna r>ot"ntiaH-' litany of t1* "reatest thinVer. n.V.. d''.. D. P. Jolly Avoca, N. Y., cured by the occasional' use of Rlpans TBOItlltS TO 4K W.a <<
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ties nf their doriou nature a'idthTouihternntatintt atheist i Relir'nn rires' tot inteHeet .. Tabulea. rby lcian ,know them and Thtrty-nve aUaa. Writ.mile.for Shortest new book Rout on fihreveport Tcza*-raa te.. Southern Normal

tof-ow and sulTerino crown added. .pow..r of IIn.I...;. area .. speak: highly1; of them, All: drucfflst/ K, .,. TDRMXRO n. ...... Ag*., Valla,Tease.a. Univesit ;
them ... lest. with victory over the world t'on.' a medium" who",*.bv' we. discern matter how -hard, tell them. The five-cent la. HUNTINGDON' Ft
package
and self.Thus It n'.ape. the ir..nt.litv of men in e"".... :
we nerreive that Christ "eam' upon nlnn with infi..Un ""....I..".... "( cough or how.Jong l- enough for an ordinary occasionand A. E. BOOTH, Plu D., Frtside ,

the earth to aave .i.."..... giving them a with the eve of the snirit" tie: olory had it. Ayer's the Family Bottle sixty cents, contain.. Chartered by the State of T ajn_ to-1 taeve -
Af .. .. .. nile the III hintorv.: ..( all degrees and diplomas eon toned by p
power pHllife.. P va1i te ehaiv stream unori flare "" a household supply for a 'ycsr. 'One- kwah vie and eo
...ter of Hod. lie nude I if noaaibV foe m. "n er.rv deportment" ef acientiflc re..earcj Pectoral' fs the In time, c ld br drwere.ar Unhenal* rlfteen The d.f.rndl"t
in "''roron"'n: that. perfect. "..Iti.,... In sir.. tn 'J'I'i"' r""t rtl.." a"Wondou" generally elves relief within twenty. .fU.o..lo. ,- stead. pre- mlaeajt
His\ f!".rI He Illor. down a coda of m.-alai The mind nf the most brilliant r-holsr: ... thing you can take. minutes. aob The best review'.ehool In the land. It .. ''
sn '""'imp-;: lnat" into thought. .*.d Ttior w* hmiM' fulfill Beli..ion lone 'h... power to tK'rm..t.. too risky. to for te.ehing 0.furany pr.re.uon. e '

while here" our d..... ..,... /Reunion's blewini' wnrV with "r tfnifir..nt "'e "I..... There you have cons mp- CUel of. JS..I.lb011.T.rU.<."
I. the hidden wi-i'om nnl" ...aled tn.the BEST FOR THE DOWELS t
nnrewe good tim ererv. mart o attain. n rv Oratory. el..In one et the eoe.tand wont ;
Tt i I. rot an '..;"ntion. or merely n.. of a "new birth" who ha. had a If.you'are coughing modlousUn/v.ruiiybuUdinga.lathesout .
lijf. it I. a vitalmne r-*.." In the d.th" era 1."I.idu.I..I..U..n of th" Father, 'of .' Table board from Moo to a.M pf' month,
of the Intellect with Been! ; Rooms well furnished from forty ? ecauiwrwaek. ''
human notil. suHH-ii!"w f God all 1 the )t"Uti..n011"11"" .. ,
powers. nl hrine,. carnatinr i IA the .heart sight into the nvsterie* of. life. The et Pectoral :>t. once, i *for Tuttionknweek.iVIOOiIf the year M par sent dkaooaa paid L.e.rthan5100pay.forallezpenweforasehoolyar ISadvane .-1 f.
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a nn.. o>urlcenin< the intellent. con.ci....p.. affec eletv. the denth" of hnman n tnrei ; *t'Pc:. lat,|L' AJUnaWL' iMmltory and town rldD4a furnh abaaiV, ,
None and win into v!..oon. And holy a1- history! of nations, a'l three tliin'ia ant _. .t.. Community la tbo".
J-inn .inir' 'nir! the "ni"1 with a T rofo..n<| withJa-jiew Ip.Mr.And. f..m1 the" ... .,.., I rear dieter. Jlf he s.TS tk It. ou11.nl IOal .Uon with the 111,.. I,.'.
love of tenth and flondimt the and with a profound "' ''.lIi".. > blade of rT *s : :;: M sate. b. 411", .yea eel CANDY noiltlon*of .o.bol..d..dob., -
rare which tan *".h of world could nor enme Worthy of *tr('.. foe the -."... the .a'. tall.. It, B. know.. t. CATUAHnOu. from ., . Ale .*work ben In*;hy. ,
li.tur'' 'Relivion then if a: neivasitv of Tntellect ha. imprinted! on it. frndi'e' .'. who :, AT&B fa.Low JI.Aai.' on*'Ul .\oth.r* in wo. d.
I'- Without it *Tiatenre if a delnsion, ash divine t> .-iow. InrVIng"" *nnatani .
Tn grow iito the atatnr and fnln.<.* of enee of His Spirit. nor\ facnltvof: p..m". name of ,this paper when . atLs'' 1. U. a. oWe. c Cat.lulNse free,'' Halt.%term,BuU..a n:'

Christ in other wnrd to nn-ome a Chrhit.51t hensio" is robed with s..C1''rfri.' and advertisers--At.. XT, ,03.) .f' r :\Sep t 1T.P.. '. pl
>- '. the deairn f (re en detir. fo" He "lla it forth to a alorl"" , l
do..sitb: rerta ,
eminently: II m?-..1 lsrimt. This 1. his nature It. ahail fully understand the Jove own OUARANTIEDCURLfie.isbewelbwsbiesspecetenls, .. .sth d : 'hPbysacians .
." .. path of his lif. winds toward the flow psaaeth'knowledge. Why doea she at last bloodwisd ii the.tomuh biost.d hswe... foul _'11. .......It..'led....tt..te ....pl I Ipale. irycee .
nerferhon of those nnaliti. which eonH- Trim relieion .hov.. all things forms are In love: sn.r.sneg.llv.r' treble...,'..... sktead dksise.n%, WIt_ year bewste .....t cwe Surgeons
tute the "'....nce of hi. spiritual life. Hi nnright nird: it efevateerthe" !" { -She had to. Theysat on ....."' 11'you.. ...... L.sedpetMs kI". pen pep..than sit ether" dl.e.e.s..,.._. It 1

true hannqea; con.inta. in bri"ri" hinoe'fnt above prejudice, and er.ate.* ..noble and never Dotlc'oI4I -CA.CARET.rb ehnnle suneeta- ferias sad wilt 7"o n..C f. ..wen ewhat assn si a ,..k. labor *.skI'fqthe 9sdveeiaee.
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1"tal"
< relation into union with Und. (amt pace to jeeeive kno-ledr" throna-h all I right T.... our wl- .a sod., sbe.lsb psr.sa.yw ewe w ts.erpased. ,
i* holy: the lour.t all perfection. J. ritimate cjiar-nels.. If endoweman coming :1m on til 'they were c praCaaxare and tw_ ,.re s-Isspnea,
*..* heart of man H" b.. laced a deep and aineoritv and a flUllilv of- fate! I *- >tember Smart: Set. weld 1k., = R..wy e, cf.or Newt .Sue a R.s* a.b. Writ forsetalogu. V .a. ..
abidinaconsciousness ef rlsht'and wronr. which'no nnlversit can teaehy" It : ; VT. a. DniCK.. Deaai. Ada..A 4 a
'*{ eywy turn duty 1'0,1,01him' Ion"". ,down'thm barrier; of set opinions end "
aid. lie .oo nHII. On the oth. evil. wish .trova the Wtterne between" _t. >".
an Inward vole ever '.om."din.th\ divine" pat-ties. It .ooepa the heart to l'< !
"inthoritv to diacriminate .between. : and K ready candor to eonfew error.'' ,
'them! uiiing the choice of that which. la intellect wan never intended tn b? Plantation Chill Cure is Guaranteed
lawful and protecting against sin,, even to eet rule. or menmnaaaed with I
thouehf and .action I
being
approved caws .teguhtlen."Tts de.ti ,v l I. an upward I
demned by thin inward ", ,_It. ;, There i* .ward .....reh f..ward truth" and tree
nor II man or wpman living who' Wa not ion factionall Incniriea and-", .(
feel that eonformine: to the will Of Oat
.the 1Ian"'qn.". dnt" nf life The sent fa I I the feet of Him. :'''''th whom there I. cufeofrmonpy;' refurdcd.bY.youfmerchantao.why, : not .try ART Price, OOc.+ : '
the great rwttlesronnd. Where the material variableness ihtdowjof tnrbing.sr *!.* 1 to., v* v'
nor
and eorrn tibe: Mtrive In ceaseless warfare. ; > t t v.
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11;' Is Your' Life :Worth
cd : Notice of Application:: for' Tax

: :4REt<.'rlINr7WCe4CEr71s7)elti.! .iLar'!H>*J An Epitome( of the Do- Deed Under Section 8 'of If S So'Tl"Y' Bottle ,.a t

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ROLLINS COLLEGE
Chapter 4888 Laws t'r\

1 ALL -AROUND THE. STATE* ines and Sayings of Florida, Itf.

j! Floridlans' for: the OS1f I Iti Notice'U hereby rtvon that D 0 'L... purchaser WINTER PARK FLA. f.
Of tax *rtlncacei Mo 6W, dated 8rd ,
lEiTdpyr JCfrs ;W day of lily, A D lust. Mo 042. MS! ,. 1146. 247. r
dated the 4th of November A D 111I.ano\ No
-, .- ---- ,. -'..-..J---... :sa.tno and 211 1 datvd the 8rtl day: of July A D 1
111I'1.10.. III.... said trrtlfloaM lu my oIUoo and

if., H. Barlow) prominent orange nerve to prosecute his work amid the baa made<1.nc application. with the law for tax. deed W Issue Inacoor COLLEGE .. , -

of the crowd with the result that the safe of bald eortinoatei following do. .
buyer bar juic made a tour embrace the
""r.......tptopeny.lwated In O oeola County; )Preparatory School Music So col 1, KIDN ]
.blown CUREA
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? orange. section of DeSoto Manatee the Bronson postoroVe was open ,Florida, ....wlt. '

an4 Etllldboro coiintlos, and claims !gnome time during' .Friday nl/irbtaDd 75aonNo No. .MIl.. E.4 of N WU. 8do 4. T'p'26 8, R 80 E, Ar Sco 1. --Sc.1 1 lof Elocu-ion,

that the damage to the orange crop by about $100 in stamps and mopey taken 2':1.: SatS: of NK(, Boo 29.T'p 25 8, R. 80 E. 1
40 ........
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the recent storm will not exceed 5 per thereform. .1 No. 84*. WU! of N W',.. See 21, T'p 29 S R SO F. Business School,: School of Domestics and 0H.e
C41It..aod that the fret report. of the No one knew anything, about the l No. 94B, SIt/of NW" Boo l 211, T'f ift SIl SO E. .
No 347. NW Ci of 8W(4( 800 W. T'p a.\8, kao K.
_ J. damage done were"jlreatly exagerated.jTitusvUla robbery until about 5 o'clock'Saturda)' Th. wild| above land being .......'Id at lie Teachers' :Glass, )Indus rial Ar's.l TkoM..a4.
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came date of the lamianoe of Raid oertlfloatei lu tho. ":
.' Star. morning when the postmater Dame of"Unknown. AllIO'- Cu.rad.Cnr. Yon. '
down to open the place and make up No. 21111. SWU, wk- of 8EJ and ,NEW of ,. .-- '
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Several oroptl of oranges have been BHW. bo 8, Tp 2ft H,:ft JW E. V\r. F. BLACKMAN "PH. D. 'PRES. ":3f f you are troubled with kidney ,
the mall which had accumulat. d during No 210. HU! of NK'!< of t .olii" recently In this section. The the night: for' the northbound 6 &eo 4.T10 !2IItf. K1WK. '. { bladder troubles, such has' 'drop.

Maikley1!:] crop was bought last, week
by Mr. John 8.,.Taylor for a Cincinnati wag nothing on theexterior.or-about data of the luuanre of aid. oertllloates. In the t . -, the bladder albumen In irune; and u
uameof : ,
'flfm. for 10500. So far as we the building to indicate that anythingunusual ... said 7A Urelg hall be redeemed healthy frequent
Ik had transpired and naturallythe Uol. oertinuaie """" "",,, ""' 11 deposits! or too dl
learn little of' t.he'fruit has according to law tax deed will luiuo thereon
can very of the wrecked safe charge of the urine. pain in the ba.c
a discovery came on the 10th day of October, A D HHtt
boon'sold] by the b.9xj nearly all being as a surpriso'to the postmaster. The; :! .-.._ MitueM niv olllelal tlguatur and C. A. CARSON, Pr.sid.at. N' C. BRYAN, Secretary.:' i and bladder dropsical swelling] of.feet

.' ,disposed of by the crop athey: stand news was soon spread, however and, a a UAL> seal...tamber this A.the D.iSe.Fiat(i day of .Sep and ]legs etc, etc., we guarant

on the tl't'e-W"It. JllUsborO ,Press. groat deal of excitement followed. 1 >. JNO. M. LEE 11 __ rr :zi: ::EJ $ Sure
-- that by using"Smithes Kldnet
From parties who arrived from Clerk Circuit Court of '. $
most Hronson it said that the work Oacoola County: Florida. Cure & oomp.le.te l cure will be effected'']
of the must
was
Hon A.'P.; Baskin, one, Bv W, R JOHNSTON. D. O.i ; ? :
substantial farmers in'thocouatgandonce have, been that of a Drofesslonal.executed.as It 'Waters & Carson Grocery 'CO. Price boo aDd $1.00 For sale

candidate was cleanly dai1i: Notice to C.reditors. Ooceola Pharmacy
populist
Governor
There Is no clue' to. the burglar or
of Florida] was In Ocala] Tuesday.- burgl -Gainesville Sun. and Notice distributee I* hereby. ., and given all to person er dltor having>. legatee do. Wholaaale.and Retail Dealer 11 BUY THEN r'

The populists have followed Mr. Ba'skln's \ maud. a, aiui I h. .....14.. of Robert. H. Lauler
Notice of .Application' for Tax deoeaned and Mary C.' Lanler his widow, d-
example] and returned to the dent :E IE.S
AI \ oeafwdto preaotit" the fame,duly authenticated, GROCE
ocratlo fold. With them, he pays, Peed Under Section 8 of In tho nudenlgUed, "'w'thla two year from
date hereof, an proscribed by: law, othernl'tf
-- "something will doing", In tho .approaching > Chapter 4888 Laws '. the name will bp barred.; and all personvlio
nay .be Indebted to (aid enllto are hereby re- .
primary.. Some.of the can of. Florida. iincntcd to make Immediate settlement with 'V i in
COUNTY AOBNTS'FOR
dldates mar look out for 'aq ual1l.- Notice ti hereby. givenulh.t: Oscar. DIM, ,purrlmavr the uuderidfrnodThU August nth. J.. D.I'M)!). ._ SEWING MACHINE '
at Tax r 12A4, 12'49, and 'I
''Ocala Banner. dated the' 1 of bu MOBE'JKATZ. A Y CRATES $
Mi: xt day / D.t.liII. A* Admliilnlrator of th o.t".olltobcrt 11. Celebrated FertijizersO1tAIN I
mild certificate In and naa deeo.sudand:Mary C. Lanler.doccaacd.. J Do not be dvoolvvd tixwe! who ad I
A merchant said ,the with law. Raid oortlflcato embrace '. ETC. i-frtlne a $00,00 Hewing Machine for'I
'lw ll since the storm has cleaned us ) .
> the following dcnorllied nro >erty imitated In .
| TLIa klnd ot machine
Kt-K 6th 1'HBNotice 120.00. a can
Circulars and PrlceaFurnlah4 _ _ 4
out, we'll have to fall back on the flat Unpenla County, Florida.' twwlli erllll'c.tG r l bfHight&wn ua or of our ,
XII Bwtloli 4., 1 SO K- No. on. Application any
woodi for meat and fish." Add that 1 tA'". )K-Certiflee'te 'Not 5lC.: SCO H. oC Application to Sell /,i,,...... . ,1,\, ,dealers. from 15.00: to 1800. '
I. : T!' 2H H 121011, NV{ olN Real Estate. *\
'el1ilnda'us--t.baL't.hls'secLlon A : \V*
possibly WC MAKC VAHIBTV.
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\ U Heotlon 10. T'p i'l It, R DO B-CertlfluaUiNo
the only ODe In America where It' i:lI1O. Notice l. hereby given Co all whom it .mayonneern THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST ]
Tho laid land being amcumed at tbd dto of l that thb nndurnltffficd. A K Beardcn. HIDES: FURS WOOL
Is'Impossible to st.al'yeto death.. We I tho ".....110.of inch eertlncate' In the nain 9'. ai AdmlulHtratorof the hitatoof wiry H IxiakaIiMW The Feed d 't*>nnlnefl the strength or I
'always:have fish and squirrels and 1"1.. oulhern R. K. Co. Cnlo *aM- tiurtlfl.cale < .ed, will on Hutnrday, the HHh day of j uikiK-Mtf' of B-'wlng Miiehliu-8. The j{
shall bo redoomed to law tax
aucordlng October, A 1) 11101, at 1O, a. m apply lo the
rabbits and birds and "dee and tur- deod will tanue thereon .on thu Rial day of OcloIHTI Hou W R JohUhUio.: County Judiro of OireolaOountv Produce I)o..bl4'] ciuiihiuvdl with other 1
A. O. J\IOII.\ Plate oLl"lorl.I", for an order to sell .t Country a, Speclalt strong' |>uliitii iniikcM the New ICoiu{
'keys and possums and coons sEnd gophers : U Hue. ** my official signature and aeal thin, private' aau.the1ol1owtug; described' Real Eatals butt :Machine to .
'. lilt da> of Or tuber. A I) lUOH. l belonging to ealdEsato (for the purNwuolatlnfylu | tJe Hewing buy, f tj
and Sweet
r coolers potatoesand JNOMLKKrlork *a certain.mortgage and for the onn- c."''''''''''''' ''''''''''''"", ,," '''''KN't1Y
greens hardly ever'a.I1.. We, can (UAL) Osovoln Circuit County Court FlorlilaBr tort hlnck of"K"the of minor W A hclrn fatrlck'n), vMit Addition< l>t.t One to the((11. Write (for CIRCULARS SSSwe ;!:

eat, drink (branch water) and be perry W. H. JO\EN8TON. O O Town of KUilkrimeo City, aald property belugettuoto .. nutau6otureandprleea "burorvpurcluulng r
.In the of OHceola and; State of /
,whether business County .
we, have any or
Florida .
not, !00, let'Us not ieplne.lloDtlceloN.e"I. ] Notice of Application tor Permitto IhlnKtli dayof- -i\CI'lAJn1"K'J\ n. 'THE NEW HOME SEWIKt HiCHlNK V&eaaiiac.
iwKN.
Sell Liquors, Wines .
MAS
A* Adminliitrator the Kutato
and Beer of Mary II I/oake, de........... IH Union Hq. N. Y., Cblooico I II., AUuit, .J.o.,'}
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It Is now claimed from actual figures :- High Grade Whiskey .HL. Luula.Mo., UiillnaTex..Man" ItaaeUwavO*! :
: I R Craven, ISr. has filed wllh Notice to Ci editors. ;
WIIEJtIlA
I Iil
I rod [:: a r .
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that the trucking! industry of the the Board of Co ."t, Commliwlonora for Onceola - _SALS ..-:.
i County, florlda." bu ap|>l'calloii for permit to Notice I. I.orob'ltlv.... to creditors, legateesand
State much into FlorIda
brings as
money
sell Liquor\. Wlnea and Beoi-1n E10t'LltlnJIa.1 dlHtrlbnteeii ko.and all ncrnonii 'hailiiK demand 1
as the orange crop before the freeze trlot One of odd Comity and I'Il.IOkof' any cltliviif against c'Mtiito 01 Marah A **avmro,
anch election district may show ORIIM, if auIhira > dtMieaiied, toi>reftn t the name, duly aulhonllcatuil. -
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l' ever did: and vegetables are grown be attlia mei-tliiRof tno Hoard to bu held to thrt iiudorKlKiiud, within two )cnr. mprencribtxl Kentucky Exchange
.. ,and shipped to market wtthln.thelcourse on Monday,'. the I.Hh dar.of October next why. by law,othprglao'lhe aoie will be
such permit:! should uol bu gmnlcil barrod.: and all ftoraun* Indebted to said eittnte
of a few: months. It IB very \ JNO. M. LEE. are herchr i rcquuntud to make immediate. vltlO''
[IEAL]" Clark of the Board of mont with the tindvrslicnpd
true the growing/ of vegetables in'Flor County Commltt.lonera ThU lath day of l> ) A D lWtKOHKHI'BSAVAUK< AND

Ida for the northern markets';is getting: Oiwioola Comity, Florida .. ,
At Vxvcutor of the K tte of
By: W R JOHNSTON D. c. rr :a E : ? M. LI13F3V
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be Hnjmmenfle! ftarah A. Savage' decuaaud
to Industry among our C A
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.W4SEARR -
people and many' are retting large Notice of Application for Tax _Attorocy.T: : ___ - -, Ar1ANAGERInolv'have ;

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I. sums of monej* every 'year from the -Deed under Sectton"-8-of Notice of Application)! for_ Tax tI1 \\ s., .? ;

t' business, and such people find It more Chapter 4888, Lawsof Deed Under Section 8 of the largest stock of Wines, Whukfes

attractive than the growing and shipping Florida. Chapter 4888, Lawsof and Deem e\'er-- >dled in Kissimmce. All

of oranges ever was., ;,And._the Suttee !la hunhv fit von thtt Oflcar.. Baas. par. Florida.; grades at prices to suit the times '
.t vegetable Industry.this State Is.yet "h.... --i' CortlHoaten Nn-1241 aud< iou
dated the lot day of Juno IMuu and IHu |day of Notice 1.I hereby given that )I... A K DawMm
....... in Us btf jB ?3DeL'and Record. Juno \u$. rouppcUvt'ly, liaii flied) nald certlll- punhaanrof Tax-Certiorate No 21 5. dmo the 1
- eaten.I In my --omoe and ha made applicationfor ; Jrd day of July, A J> IUOI. ha filed paid certlfl-
Tbere a little excitement at tbe tax deed LeI issue In accordance with law.. rate In my office and baa made application for CTTTCr rre.A.DE A EOJ:4L'J: Z'Yt rw
was Bald certlflcalol embrace the following dKtrlhed ". tax deed to ianue lu accordance wltn law Said
tu'rpenttnefarm; of Home & Pettewayt4 property situated la Onoeola County certificate embrace the following described
Florida, _,,'it: : "ny.UII.led In Oacoola' county, Florida,
lI.rr.t of the week when-a negro convict Certiorate No. i217.-NWyj of 6WX. tieD 90.Tp ", .wlt: .

: decided to take chances of escape I :2 igeo.IBTp2Jis%a 11 on E. and Certificate. R30Y' No. 5W xllioaald ;8E34 ofNL Seclinn All Lot Ht.lpUH.K2XKThe 2 Went of FU Mid, R R Rf of way' A. E. BKARDKN, Froprietor.Fi .Mrs.. Lau:- .., S. Webb l

through eWe Hammock. He had made ; land bvltut oimetitod at"-the date athe : laid land being: asocancd' at tho date of "IPr*.. Mm.t M.nuMia Pma>.). 1
( lunanouo such curtlflcatoi in th. name of the UmtMfice of UK, 'hcurtlfiuate lu the name of rattle( lnt>* of N.rth.r.0.d..
n good start when, theguard sent. rill L W Kl&hr and Unknown reKpectHuly. Robert Baa. EiUteL'nlun . "
1 dreaded the dun of lift whkh
iiald certificate nhdll redeemed |<
.UnluKi aald certlllcatonAhall be rodeemvdaicordlngto aoHording .
ball after. him but failed" tin .stop law, tax dood willluue thvroouoa to law, tux dead will Unue thereon oil wa flit approaching: & I noticed Wilts
4, { the'negro. That:night a possee was tbe lath day of Oitoher, A. 1>. lixwWltnem the Drd day of (tober. A D IMM .. of Cardul and decided to, try a hot.Ue. .
official .len.lllre.o4 sal Inl theMe WITN KIt) mr ofDclal ilguature and "cal this .
*
formed;,.and with the aid of. the two \ !d.Jof SepUuvbor my the Ztflh of Aiiiniiit! A U 1_. --- ;. I experienced torn relief the_
., AJNU. JN3 M. I.KK first month, to I kepi on UklM It foi
M. LKK:, ,
* bloOd.hounds kept.on thfe premises) for ---
? < Clerk Clrru t Court (KALJ Clurk Clrenl'colln IOCOCClCi"----- -------O.----Q" meaitraaU
f IDXAL] -- ---- ---------------7B ------------------- 4hret months end now I
Just such emergencies the negro was Oaccoln Couuir, Florida. Oaceola County,.Florida
',. B'IW) .JtlHNSTONf:' I. C. By W R JO1IN8TONE. 0.0 with no pain and I dull lake It off sad .
caught! ,:twenty miles away from whore ( : : on new until I have pared the climax." -'

he bolted the gang. Upon? examination B R. T. BUTLER TiG I Female weakness, disorderedmoniM

it'was found thatthe. guard's bu-. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD Coe8C1ttPULB : **, falling of the womb andovkrmn ,
A A I trouble. do not wear od.They .
let bin hat
Iu.d.passed J through justgraislng B I follow
hla bead.. Ills n n'OWese.po .iV Kt/tClt'/ MAY U. l9JU2. ALES' WINES BRANDIES woman Uthechanr ,
. ... G : of life. Do not wait but take Win
'I : 'and capture w1l1l1kelY' .. 0\0 II"l .. IITA1'lulle .21 :35 1' of Cardui and
serve as ajwftrnf now avoid the trou-
7805 gasp L.. ... : . ... .. .:..,,lamps.. : .Ar 12\e JOII-ip ,
P log to other convicts on this farm.: 3-11s 9071 .Lv..\.:.. . . . . . .Plantt.Ity... . ?. Ar 8225 546p WHISKIES .o:M1u LIe. Wine of Cardul never fail
$ 4U. liMp Lv . ... .. r..k"l.nd .. ...Ar S60a ., L L to benefit a suffering woman of
Orlando Star. 141 4taIL27p: Ar. . . KI..lmml'o .. . ,I.v 404a 7 Iii . of .Ca 'dlll1'1"Iieved
I 141 a :2tits Ar. . . Orl.ndo. . I.v 1,120., any Webb ]
y ; A .gruesome lot of mall lI.ill. 1 015 Ar, ... .. ... .... .. .II.lOlord. .. .I.v ::120. ft I! I'12411p E CIGARS E Mrs. when she was' in dan-
was received AND
; I ice Ar. . .. . Orange ( fly Jp..U..u I.v I lI:>a' .ft III p180p TOBACCOS gpr. Wh i\you come to the cliapga I li
in the Pensacola postofllce .on ..... Ar. ..... . 001..1 J.v . .. 4 slip of life Mrsr Webb letter will
2411p 4 60a Ar... .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ... Palatka.tv: 11 Mp 8
;. i ihi.last train No. 3 at 0:50:: o'clock Mf 7110" Ar. .... .... .... .. J.ek.nnvllle.. . ... . . . Lv 0)e a 1Nap4I SlIp mean more to you than I it doe
\ ,: ';Tuesday: !morning. >lucl of the mat STATIONS. HIwl9 s now. But you may now avoid tbe I : \
.".': f with 7 sos Lv.. .. ? .....;......:..... . : .... ... ..'.'I am".... 'T... . ,. . .. . .... ... . . .Ar IU Sop 'X Aubeuser-BusGfi Beer suffering she endured. Druggists:
:If* was ..overed. blood,, telling 11411..r.v .. .. .. .. . . .' Lakol..I. . . Lv It Bq. sell $1 buttlfls of Wine of Cardui.
;;iwlihout'words the faithful* ] 1I11" Lv ...,.. . ,-: ', .. ., .. .. D.de City. . . .. ... .. .. . . .. Lv II "p" r
postal ems Il :tu.Lv,..... . ... ... ,..,,.'.. ..,.., . ... rookavillo . .. . ... .....,. . .r.v 4 Sop 'ON DRAUQHT' AND BOTTLED
tr "J!ployes n\t.l1etraln had lost their lives 11 ttlla Lv.. . ... .. .. I......L.. .. . .lue.bnrg: . ,.. ........ .. ..... . ...i.v 4 4''P' L L '
to '1 lop [.v .. Ocals. : .. .. .. . to' : 4 I
,. ;At.the post of duty. This lot of mall S lop Ar. ': :. :.: ::.:::::.::::: ::. :" .Inesyllle; : : :::.: :::: : : :::: : :t: af 1 Eo'.CARDU1 .

:a -(. ''caw*from the wreck Of Saturday and 2n"J&.L, _..- .;......,...... .... . IlIlCh Spilt go .. .... .. . . .Lv III, 0 Can only be found In Kisslmm on Br'oadway 0 ,

l .wag for points all over tie country : SIq Ii::: Lv.v..1:::. ,::'..':::.:: :' :;:::."..:..''::; ..:' '.. :.live." .ct.... : .. :.::. : ::::::::: :.::: :':'.. : : : .i..: 10$ gist ata. Street at the BRICK BAR BUILDING. .... .

l . _ClW'IAr .. ., . .. ... . fir,. .. ... w a Cmse. . .. . . ........ ... . .. .I.v 7 4058O3p o 0
."ll was,|n a do-sack) ;and bad tbe ap: 4tJ ; ) ti'rA'I'IO IIIHIIi ooooooooooooocKALOLA QoooaoY

*paarence of having been' -gathered . Lv. ... .:.. . .'. . ..... .... .. ..,. .. .Ar10grip.'VO7p t'
"' up .... J.II..... .. ..:... ... .... ..PI.olclty.... . .., .. .... .....; .Ar U43p. N N
,. :promiscuously and placed In the sack 700. gasp Ar.f... .. .. ..... .. .JAlk..l.n.1 . . .,.... .. .. I.v IS20p6 to.730a1027p R. T. BUTLER
.labelled to Pensacola. By this act Lv. . .. ........, ..... . . ... 1ArLoW .. . . .. .. .. ". Lv 750p61Ua .
tJ'.\ '*he entire lot found Its ... a2111a Lv. ... .... ... ... ... .. .. ..Are"dl.. . . .. .. ... . . ... -.Lv 518p.. ..
'.,. cola way to Penua- ,. 111II. Ar.. .. .. .. ... .. .... .. Punts OoMa .. . . . .. I.v 40lir.. Cryatallxed Missal WaterNalare's.ftataral
its arrival
upon this morning the T-
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4( .local force. handled it with great pare.a 'J 3'opLv. .. . .... . .. ... . ...... ... ..bTAlION8..T.m... . : . .. . ... .. . . .Ar alIt AonaM R.aaedy
'At noon the blood-stained mall was pAr. . .. . ... .. .Thonnta.e0.a. . .. . . Lv 11311. .. .. - --- -'-'- ..- -- .. --- -- A combination ofcry.tal.con- I
< back stamped with the 'flatly NxCept bnndn; : ,
_t Pensacola pbsta !
?. ..... uk and by direction of 7 MIl.) 811Op. . . . . .. .. . . .hid IJo T.m".Arlnd..Jno.. ......:. . ... . .HOIIR a SUp t.alnlnl the medicinalpropertiesof
the postmaster II 110 a 6 I IRjr.... .1<.. ... .In.1 Line 81. Petersburg. LY lad Lln.. . ,. .. . .. 11 ass) 4 Nip \ '" i t t t i the waters of four noted mineral '
!rl, war dispatched to its respective . .. .6601'......... . . ..' ,.OLI.y8t.8e'eraburyA.ACL.I; < .. . . . . AaI). I springs. Cures COII.UP&.11'
r .destinations.i .: l181p.. .. . ... . . ..OLAtBeIl.iI'LvA ... . . . .74101 I' tion Indigestion "
i . . .11lOp... .. ... . .. .... '. ...A ULArClearw.terf.vA (J f.7111'a' Stomach Kid .
The' a 4IIp.. . .... ... ...... AC L ArDundinLvAUL L..73tia. .. noy, Liver and Biaddertroubles."Take ] ],_... ;}
Itornton Packing Company .. ..t71ip... ..(.... .. .. .......AOLAr T..rponMprllt1\.LY/afJl.. , '" . . .700a. . MAYNARD LUMBER Co. I _. __ .. _
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... 'wbwb was organized last"spring, Is- 2IJ I
i11.6 02 '
II pip a Sip 8 tOp L" acboo.l11o.lr \I Ofl.' 00p Soap Lv J..kaonYlllo Ar 4 Kslols Six Dan ss. 'r}
J'.ued..lO.OOO worth:of stock paid about 10 nip! 41 11\1I10 Ilia A. Wacm.s L. 11 Ana 11 eta S Slip U411p Ar V."I""I" I.v -
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F i ,$',100 for land, 'p ckef-y tools etc., I 16a 9. -SUp 11 40.. Ar Ch.rle."n'.v..nn.h LviiSoa LY 31.4" II 40a. S23p 1\ Sop AOS I MaAr. Arkloatgom Thom..vl''ry Lv440pAf Lv : Saw' and Pla ing Mills | Eat. A.ytbl.'YOII W.. ." 'I.

" Chipped! 43)00 orates of tomatoes 7,000 J Ar Wllmlnlr10n Lv I np 1 Blrmtnghem fir I .

y'' crake ol'pne( ,;palcl the growers .and 1 a 4:1.: Ar Richmond Lv 11 ohs 7 23p 12.rr::. :. 'Ar. kvansvllle Nuhvllle L.'II LvA514p O' p A teaspobnful dissolved". l In: a ,: .

t ,sother' help; In" ,full,. and have now II .up 7 8U. Ar W..blulttGJI! IY I 43q: .Ise 'II 1" Ar Chicago Lv 7 oUp Now In opeiatlon.Complete House mils Furnished. glass of water makes delightful .,'
913sAr Baltimore Lv237 212p hOe Ar 8' L.. Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and and Inexpensive asperient. )
sufficient surplus to,the' liquidate all 4 = ,1b 22p Ar i vii 43a 11 Ma - 1..ot.jIo M" Lumber of'all Kinds. .1 :
7 tAt'' a IIIIp Ar New York LyI IIIIp S 2.4 930. Ar r.ou18l/1II0 Lv S ho a72na '
t oblslandtaR.lndebtdness t and several 1 Ar Clncltn.tI Lv11l3 _. ORDERS: :::G"ILLEP PROMPT3rY.MAYNARD Price SOc aid $1.00. ;
t .' 1115:Lv )foll'ltom'y Ar d 17 II 'fJ//
Over.diamtRecord.
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# .r Y hundred dollar* ..' a -_ ,4 hip Ar Mobile Ly 1 2.1' For sale At all drug stores;' or

:"' Notwithstanding/ 't.bai'the'! town of l2.\p Ar NewOrles's Lv 9G.: : LUMBER Co. sent by maUl postage. paid on f ;

I .Dr nson .crowded. this;week -; ac. ,d\ ", I PORT TAMPA .XEY' WEIST.U"VANA LINE. : l '* receipt of price. '

jy'{ of session of the hall 'term of 'j. Leave Port Tampa Sundays. Thursdays: 11 15 p m KALOLA COMPANY, :
.1 count r.,' Arrive Key: Wrt Monday. Friday,, 5 IWp m L (1
tb. circuit-court' of Levy county there '' Leave Key Wet Monday Friday. 780 Ip m .svassak.. Gs.. .

i,, Vai .ti Jfl'aI'' ono.burglar,:n-ho"ha..ctl', the dV" Arrive HavanuaIjeave Toeadaya Tuoadaya, II&tu"--" ,. f 41 00 oo a noon m tie IV 'OYF'-FETT'S-r OOOOOl ,

spy ; 1 Arrive Key: Went. . *Tnedya.Taerdayi. Saturrdays: a 80 p m J ..
i" : "" .." : Leave Key: W... Saturday, 10 sop m .
I
4 Arrive Port Tampa'' W.doeadr': : Sunday 5 JO Pill'

>aacklea'aAl'afca,>Siily. Mothers, '.
3 anivvvwM CAJt IIB.VIGB. f.
i 1a..''world-wld. fame for maryeloiwcurs. Train* Wand 16 carry Pullman .Ieepen between N.w York /acksonvUle and Pert Tarn pat/ Who.would keep their children in :
-i': iutrpa.sses other'ealve dtningoar.ervloethrough between Savannah and Jeraey City: ; day coached between Jack.onvllW Rood Lealth; should
'It any watch for the first
and Wa.hlnrton Pullman 81w per train* 78, and 21 between Jacksonville and New .
lotion ,. ointment 'or" balm for Cuts, York and Jackaonvllf*and Chicago without Chans*. . '. .. ." TEETHING POWDERS symptoms of worms, and remove them ),
t' (\out Line steamers leave Punt Oonla for Fort Myera and Intermediate. laodlor dally oxsept :- ( r
r" -r(Corns: ,' Burns, Bolls' ; Sores Felons Sunday: ,7 a. m., returning leave 8135136 a. m., arriving Pnatai Oorda 4 p. T c_. '-"fa"'tI... Df.--DY. "'; with White's Cream Vermifuge. It U. r
'. Ulcers; Tatter .SaltJlheumr FererChaptvd L xey Weat and Havana.Wam.n lave Port Tampa Bnnday: Tuiwday and Thev.dr.y.11pm.' AI.-. Aide Wg.Nl.a, ....ul....tN.nt.ryes/tb4rew.ITror.bl.ee..w.... .......t...... the cMid hitd..nT ", the'cblldrenetbeattonto.Itgetsdig... '
a .ntI MAKU
Thilwtgh Pullman bctwMBfOctTuDiHt and Mew York via both ,
ileepcr Atlantic t 0e.t Lineasd .ETHING .A.V. Cur.e _
.ruPtl .nd _.
r If, Sorest '. ] ,.IJandSi. Skin Southern RaIl..,... rsUableleormsudingrat.i. ". .reurvatlona.r. gad _.oet. W.aa T.ItTHINA t__.,.. .Cello.... 0100,. Hh'.ntI__ IM T..h.Ift."N ton at, work ao that t.he1r'food does
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and tile
> For foil complete efo eallonCoMtOeneial -. ..... secs test n. C1,11dr..q .
i "'y !:rupt\ ,ong; ..Infalllble'for Piles." Cur 14n. U"Wa.nll or ...IC. LMBR./K: R.. Wvlalon J-aen.er Anent, 'jampa.' Ph ta.R ac ..t. toa. J. MO..KTT, M. D...d.i ee.A L..la coal. Il'sw.. eMat 'Dr.ggl.lq. .ef'' theft rood, and they.jrrow up healthyand
4 iguaranteed-rOnly 25o at Oseeolai Pbarf .4* .1, 1. CKA.IG. PaaaeDcer, A ent. strong. 254 at aU druaglstt
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