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 9, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00093
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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W.: and 'J. 3. Walker W., C. T., U..JNOTP9. '
Underhill
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSFull were appointed viewers to report? .on THE ;SCHOOL BOARD. .". r"'tt'rt'rt""r"t'Jr"'rt'tTttitf" ' " " ' ' ,t t1'.1' 1'1'

Wet o".Dr7.
the meeting of :
same at; next. regular '

he board. of Last A statement made last- Wednesdayby CITY I
Report of the Regular! Meet- FulL, Proceedings the BAKEFYiiuaiiiiuiiiituiiuuiuiuaiiUiiiiuiiiiuiiaiiiuiuuiaiuiuS:
r of the '
Mr. O'Berry.rt "be'B.rm of Cain A w'Kissitnnee two' three J of leading merobsnts

,in? Heii( ) st Monday,. O1 Berry,'..ppear d' before the board Regular. Meetlne.. of 1'llmmoe..t.ba'!! they were t E'l'ms '

and asked that they be paid $000 on' 1903. anxious to vote dry tickets not' foe E His .Just:,Received 11nef
Klssiromee City Fla. Oct. 5 -1003, : Fla. Oct., 0, .
eeutlment's but because' . of Fr.esh 'Cakes and Crackers P.
sake
The Board of County Cominission- account. of plumbing1'work on Courthouse The Board ,.o( ,Public Instructionmet mere- ,.; .j .

> ,,, en convened at, 10, a, m., tbere being 'which request'! ,was ',granted ,, there being present. II. C. Stanford rohlbitlon.is better from' a flnanclal' .

r present. Walter Bass Sr., Chairmun; and warrant, drawn for this amount, chairman; J' Strickland'and' A.' .anche standpoint. of sentiment', started 'motion which had an been a'Va- 5 ChocolateTartst Largest :Stock. $n 1.F1akes.: < .,
after which the board
took recess :
a
C. S, .Acre; J. S.. SUfttton,: A. C. S.'Campbell; also.W, B. Hlnton, Superintendent E::: : ; . Allee''samee
until. tomorrow" Tuesday, Oct.*5th, at of Public. Instruction: gathering in the 'public- "mind; formontha. Ice Cream C A. N ofit" ,
Dada andJ, $1. Walker, Commissioners t.h. == V Uneda B'ek'U.;;
.., The farther it ?
10, a! m, i went .bigger ';
W, J. Sears, County Attorney The minutes of 'Jait1 meeting were == Wafers! Soda
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board it grew';'and"the It moved.. TownePreshRElite
The reconvened at 'mron faster "
10t a.
: BOo .
and "Wi R..Tohn.t.on. D. C., read and approved. == Teas; Crackers,
The minutes of the last rea.ul)ar meet- Tuesday, O b'lIth'aUprelJent.; 'At- Treasurer Jt R. Gilbert, Sr., reported -' It struck the Court. House Monday' a := Victoria 1 ,
little after o'clock In form of
two
be a LunchCrackers
:, ltjr] wore read and approved, torney'Sears. being compelled to as follows: :::::: Wafers '
7 able'nt..,'the board excusod\ him fromu'rther Kissimmee petition asking the Commissioners HXJrackers l '
1 1003. .
Fla.Got. Chocolate
Assessor '
,
The Tax presented hi. assessment E. Oln er; ;
I'olla.for. 1003 for approval ( attendance a '\hi, meeting''and j To Ibo iron.tkmrd: of I'ubllo luitrucUon to and call a wet and dry election. = == Cream Fresh Bread Cakes .
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J. N. Taylor acted! aUorhe'y for the /or Osceola oojintr; The petition hid-been cll'Cul..tedy)
j
)also his agricultural, report, .and as : == Vanilla: Y Fruits? ;. ,
ag i board in his 1It ad. I herewith. der"nil.f8POr\ as treasure he ladles of the W. C. T\ U, who put and Pies
ricultural.report. .was approved and of Osceola month'of == Wafers Every.Day. Nuts Etc4'1iJeat :
the '
The committee\: appointed to have the county for I In faithful service Friday and 'Satur- ;
examination of 'assessment rolls was i September, 1903:' I day. When presented to the.Commit- -_ .
barge> for the County built reported that, .
I deferred for the present.<< I Mr. I. N, Tlson had his }job TRKASmUCB'S REPORT:: I sionersit. had been 'signed by over =- : : :for Steam.: ZauzidrF.: W
Mr. C. O. Newlod.appoaret .before. completed Sep. I, To hale front taut mtx>rt.,88247'A:
the was satisfactoryan II '8ep'0. Amt rooolvnd' W B Illntoo Sort 11 two hundred voters The board rev*
board and? announced that ''he had aid same T..h....' Exam fowl .. ........... 1200 erred Arthur :? (
order.> wal 'ma n'to.draw. .a warrant Oct 1. To ...,t. roo'd' W.B. Hlutou, sate I the petition to. Donegan ,
-eowp.eted the irrigation/ plant .air, the I In favor of t N for H23.10 of books .j.......... ..-...... ... S v 80 for comparison'"with the registration/ .f
farm and was ready 19 have thesame'lnspected TJson} pay- To ami. tax collector>> ,.t taxe.1V02.r.:i;; :.;;: .2N.UHTo I i
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poor : meat in full for the work, he having tux .collector, .poll, 11)02.. .,,>........,., 10 uo books, asking his report the next day,
and the .
board .set next added 2 feet. to length of barge 13S0086Br On Tueld 1. after ascertaining that 4,

Saturday, Oct. 10th,.as 'the day to in.spoct'the -''I Mr;J. ABarber' heretofore appointed w nrr.ntepaldaiperllrt;.....J o31<) the petition met. the requirements Of '" 1f

same, and 'W., (A. McCool to actu-viewer'upori the petition of R. To Balan!::' s.a.V.,.:'.......;.,....t.llll.' 78 t.bel"w. the board. oalled the ..electionto"take .
EMq., was chosen to make ..inspection arnootiim-DLnTaicr "0.1." :
the same. '' I' 1?./Libby,; al for, the Relley' farmroadrequested Oct 1.;To balsuoe l.nl rr|>ort... ....'r".h. \ 71 place; NOT.28th, 1903.' .
of $Olr0OL.oa-DlarsICT.a. S... Mr.-J, N..T"lor'acted as county's
1 be relieved
to fromactlng.'and
The following bills were' exatalued Sep 1, To halanoo.r.;,. .......>,f'i.:. ... ,82 OSBy In the absence of Joe Sears "
aud ordered paid, to-wlt: - on"motion J. R.< Donegan ,warraut.a*per lUt .,.'".,...'.j. lOttS"To Attorney; State Bank01 Kissimmeej ':
of'
w Baas 8r. Oo Cora end mileage. "..' ...$ 2I() was substituted in his place, and the .b.l.oCMI....,.,!. .....,..i- ;,.-., 07 00 and attorney Warlow, .Orlando, .,, .. ,
-C M Acres Co Com and mlieair ..... ... I HoI viewers asked to report aLl fhe next < fCHOot )oleratcrlrq D.Rep. .'"" epresenied. \ the ladies.It ,. ..
8"Htrattou' (JO Cum.".floU"....,'....-. ... S on 'rests with"the of Ostseola ..
, A C haw CO Com and mltoiur_. ....... II OU meeting Ql'thll board. 1. To balance..j.iU. , .1..115$0Oc31Totnxoouuotoriaxe.,1902.J1 now voters '
i J M Walker Co Com and mile**.' .. 17 IMIIM'cl"rlL.udAudllor divers citizens- asking M whether .we shall have dry or ,
. . . .... WOO The application '
-C k'Pr..att.Ear.Jsu .. ..,. ... .. ..... 11: /10WIik.CuuuL' that 'Jos': Durranoe 'and J. E. 115445By wet; high morality, or crime breeders; Offers to Customers :Every Taclllty
) Attorney ...,. .. ... . .. li.fu: warrant ss per Hat.t.,.,,.;... .....,, ...e 02 .sham'sort. "
real freedom that of
. ... .. .. \idijrman be appointed cattle. In. or Consistent with Sound Manngeinent.L
J Ne I U A care ou ft. 'f {ftBCHOOI 'pt1'fIonal1\be.-tJ\ that. ,
Cape: = paiiperi! tj pectors for Diet'No. 5.was read -and ; says ajpan :. ,
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W AC Ijo arpphueourt| iHmm. % wi aui>i tmcT no. 4.sop L '"' + llU.i. .
KlMlminoa Drug co: medicine rirltouvra 3 miK on motion of J, S. Stratton second by 1. To balanc4..i.........,..;.,... ...1 897 8JIUjr ught. to 'enjoy'1"' himself, no. matter < A
1> HOK.U, Com T.. Col. .. .. .. I 71)Vallcr ) warrant on 14.. per Hit.. ...... .".,.. . g\ who suffers,' or what.. ; they suffer'.bylt.j) Personal Attention to Alt Bualne latravied .to. ..Us .
C.Bass the said doe Purranoe'and
401. "t)., printing . ... .. ... i Ilfl/ \ / -,.. ,
J K ulluert, 8 r. Com Co ,:Tea.., .. ... .. ... 7 MJ. J. E. Aldermanwere appointed as such .To'balano . .... ... .. ... ... SW 00Paid that; "liberty": 'that J( gives a, man'a' t \ "' '
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I' Mugbal 4 "MMwiuiant 19O3 2te1 1 40
V llnoii and Farn.worlh. ran. )*ll window !>" inspectors to take effect when, they and canceled! warrants amountoIng' -, right to .kill his neighbor;, general B. CARSON. ..
J \V "''.....OU inppliea nu..r (arm .. .. .. a :21 $321.34 burned in prosperity or whiskey ''protOO: CA.H'' +. a,,
to were tyrany -
J W W.thonropd: ."I."U.| .... ,T .. . z: 7.' ( uljr qualify. open '
KUi. lrclriu lir to Ion for, the youth or snares In his
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K F Johni 1> r roll mad work IIvpt. l.'I pl '
Martin Mnku road work. '.. .. .. ... .., ., Ill J i road .. . .... .. .. l li III : cold t/
.d..t work :II General "011001'Fuod.r -** 10 >easthood water or Are i water,
) A II... come .. .. '... ... CI T\ loads was signed atfd\ bond appr ned epeoi.I. l choral, fund Not . .. .......,. 1& (Mll ; ,,' .. ...,..
4i..o \II'.lk.r. road worfl............ ..... as ToMairnaM and Geo. H. Ivey declared Superinendent socl. d l School Fund No S.,.... .. .....'. w, OiUpwlal ,and so .on. --- - -- --
IxumborCo hitrro.. .,... X IIW School .. ., .. .,..,, .
Kun llII. J. ,, w .
It of : sal l.un. I-
0 Tanner ro.d work :. ... 2 nOr \ of Roads for one year. U not a question open Io '
41 CroiD.nl road work......... .... .. :U on, azt or blind tigers. The tiger doesn't; enter *.. >*< -H-<.. .. .. ++++- ****! I
J 11 lminnui, payroll road work H M't ... I'J The rer*'U of the various of the -
Csln: A'O'Jlerrvrt Bluuib work V ii. . 0:1:: ell i iV County oinoers were Lilo .
... .. .. ... .
R lohmt 1
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. J W Ml'U-r criminal loam' .. ...... 44 ttX telegram from Georgia summoninghim done enters Into'the legl.latlonagainst. '
<: V 1-rarMtt.feud prlwncn .. ... ..../. 48 HI report showed the following :balances Kissiinmee Ice
th'e Company
Jtuclrow Bin ntoni road -work. .. ... ..... 11Y.wItY.tOrowlwork hand : to bcdald.t'ot his mother,/A. .. these crlm l.' Would you beat .
., .... .. ...... M' on B. made chairman .
I N TllOa Wnnty oar... . ... .. ... ... .. 221 10 CotiulT. Ravenua.. .. .. .... ..t. .... .. $ set 10 Campbell' was pro' tate to enact; a lair J against lI1urder'becaulJ .

After which 'the board took a. recess. l oanly'In. and Road Forfeiture.;.. :t-..::::::::-:::::::: W9 7011 6e* .tern. .. the-Chair.' you knew that some"murders : Is Now .Ready Tor. Business .
The made
choral ... 2W ft 76choolHulvDItt petition through '
would be
until, p. m; bounty, ';ii''i: .-::::::::::: :.<: committed any wayPublic ;
: the board of trustees of the 'THE.PEO:
.. man of TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
The Board reconvened at"p.. .m.- .. ., I. ... ...... .. ...' 'Sri \ sentiment determines whether or: not. W6
.. N .' s" ,. .. .. .. .... IIS Kl Bassenger' school district. .asking' .a Kissimmee
i all present.! N N ;1 4.. .. .. .... ..,. .. '111I7 CII( school laws are enforced; If "w. had as strong'piibllo of and contiguous territory thai we'are, now
< third teacher for the Bassenger :
A committee of the ladles of the W. Total . .... .o.. .... ........ ... .r" l-'WrtS' 81 waaread'and considered; and an effort ..ent.lmeni'l aln8t; the sale ofntoxlcants' ; manufacturing a superior quality of ice(arid solicit their. patroriajr

'C. T. U. prel nted"a'pt
fur a.wet and dry election to be held _jf. deposit State Bank .of Klsslm- teacher for said school. 'and thieving the prohibition .law .with the best'machinery that money could buy .and; are!, highly' ,.

dn Osceola.county, which was filed'aulT :uee. The paid and cancelled 'war The board appointed H.'0.'Stanfordto J( "would, be enforced. ;,' pleased with the results of the, trial that has been aIven'it thV>|

actloq on the same was deferred until: ants were.destroyed by Ore' In open Investigate" the probable cost. ofadding' There are thirty-six dry counties In week We are' profoundly grateful for encouragement *Q tt?

2, p. m. tomorrow, Tuesday, 'and. M>e Board. .Or' more1 to the Os i'lorida-and: nine wet.' Some of this given'U3 and shall endeavor to merit a'continuance of your'

petition referred to -Supervisor.. of .. The application ot J-R. Graves Sr. ceola High QD School building rooms ,..the xnintlesjhave been dry for: a'dozenyears \will and patronage by'straightdealing'downw&gbtant4fl' ,.ttoods. -

Registration to examine and, report to sell'at.retail liquors, wines 'and beerIn crowded condition of some of present the or more, and demonstrate the i' ., Tickets on sale after to-morrow'ffW; *"bur priof. VWfteatlsfachrlf. ,' ,t

t jttosAorrdw at 2, p. m. *, < Preolnct No t at Kissiinmee 'City departments making more 'room -an tact. that His not necessary to debauch ; Free delivery by our. ViR wagon or''that .,.f ) JCt;:,

'Tbereportbt J, A. Anderson" &; Co'alno.o't.1n was presented for final action. ,'he hav1- imperative necessity.. :' .- one man's children' to educate another M.) Gardner' ; who will handle tour product-- ,

to (08.02 was received andtsuioepted lug compiled with, the law, and noobjeo Bills were approved and warrants, man'a, that. public schools! for coloredcblld'nin Very respectfully.. -. ,,4..

and amount deposited to are supported without barter Di .\T. SVMMERLIN,
ions being filed, on motion ot A. C.: {issued as follows: t
Forfeiture' Fund lug away health]and morals: PHONH 101 Managen,,
Fine. and
cledltof ,
seconded C. S. Acree the".ame t ,
Bass by MnJUMH II Stoffee aalarjr a' tvaober of No S 45 00
j and his lease haying ,(expired the3b&1rmao and the Clerk Instructed to ... ..'- ..4 ,4\, 00 Compare wet.. Putnam. .oounty, withdry 4 . ,1. ,
granted "' *
was .W U BxltouMlMAloluUBmitll" T 7 4A) OUwlnea .
.. Volusla., .Have the saloons made .
'\ was authorised make a N " 12'-11.\\10 .
issue a permit.A MluKutltBa tou '"'' o ..::13 8000 uslness' any: better? In what. way
new contract with hlm.for. the ensue- request. of J., W. Aderhold tor a U A Minx ' ." -. ''< >*" 80.00 have the saloons made Putnam county ',' '. '-..

: Injf year under the same. conditions. recommendation to the Comptroller on Mlaa Miss Nora Lilll' I..thi-pale .". "" ",. r'l..""M*!29 M HO CIO OO/ schools better than those In Volusia.where ; .. ; .' :- .. rf ",
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.'A'petition from dlve..... eitlaene to Tax ssle certificates on block 2. Band \C.. Pearl .t"'r"w .". ..". .". "I. 40 2ft (m there are no saloons? How -f \0 t' 'i.i"'f:
Jl'Uawthoroo S J (Ml OOMlfM much better off In regard to business :
>-oi>eti* publto road from NatCOo: let'to.Ktuinunee addition on motion of A. C. Bass -*larrMaeon '" ". ". 'to IlK 40 uo value of ., "', -

by !the beach of East seconded. \>y,,J. M. Wa'lkerthey recom loW.H".1 'It--;"r-.: aud--**exprca-"' '-.a 449 e'8U W1valilntonalar"jSupt. growth public> schools, Is wet. Osceola propertynd than "NVt1'a1''M AMN 7 '

Lake. The board b..vllllfacted on a mended that he be allowed to redeemat booka ... .. ,: MM ry DeSoto, Polk or.. Mfro&tee. After : xAls ,
.
CHANGE IN BUSINESS-NEW I ;
1I0J'I Blauford M B P I.::::: ::::. :: ..:::. It UOJ all aim. .of the r" : FIRM t'
similar petition their last. meeting their face value HirlrkUnd M R P I.. .... ..., .. .. .. S Oj. the highest : public '
thetable. A H Chmpbvll M II PI........... .. W O3 school, la (o promote the ,formation of "t(:
Estate
on motion the same was 1&ld.oD Also request from of E. Pt K 4 :M Will...... Jr. inc. No:IM for l you.. .. 7 in healthy morals and sterling; character '

Safford asking: a reoom'meoation to the Z Pbllllps.hl..qla W I Kaaa btilliflng I : ; house school No. k"8e.t...NO.. .50 117 H tt-1 NU i In the rapidly, developing1 10ut.b.Don'L GRAVES & GRAVE

A petition from divers citizens asking Comptroller to redeem NEt of N W Valley Uaietie iinoaprlutin'* 8 WlIf defeat. this purpose. by protecting .
: .
A W'HIirowCnwhool books; ;and; .XP: T HOW its worst enemy." Orange county : .O..TO. _
at road .
for the.closing: of the present I and SI otNEt Sec. 33 Tp 26 S RJ9B. euoo
; & C Uro'Uo broom for achonl No 1<''''*; doW lea bug-bear.' But. the 'same thingthat
a$ it no'", runs through lands of A F at valuation of 1.00 per'acre'wae U MakliiaonCobollaeUi10, '
killed Putnam z zHaviuE
.
J M Gardner hauling brlrk and phlnKlea :340U killed Orange county, THE W. B,., MAKINON' CO. ;
Hags and others and the opening of granted after 'which the Board adjourned J (,' ,Imnii\ Roblnaon rloitiilng boos N. I.. .. 4 C8 l' .
little ,
CJwrity's reviving a
Orange county now ,
iroadjrom a poiatnearJohn to 2 p. m.. T W Klllt brick for n..l.. 18 WK I\ I.
r- Und, near NE- orner'of same on the Board reconvened at 2 p'm .. A res-- C Uafrail repatrhiK scoot houaa No US 6 OO -wo is Putnam.. But the fact. that Orange purchased the Hardware"business the W. r'B' jj
M II TlDdall work oh bullil'g sod fence 11.: 2'l40 went dry about the time \, the
section line and !thence S to. the canal _iutlon.endorsing' to the Governor Maynard L Co lumber Noa Baud 6054OD, reeze.and went. wet, a year ago has. kinson{ Co. we takethis method.of informing the'publio of i414t. ,
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: to intersect the public road there.! On aotloti of i the County Executive' Committee J A Z A Kobluaon Blmpnon' errlco penrllna' on forncliool grading com.No 1.. .' ,? OUMlB M nothing to do with Us death and res- fact and of soliciting the same liberal patronage that-.has I...

motion of J. B. Stratton seoonded by in recommending MaJT, M. Burtlo Joboaon' lerrloe.|r.d.Com.,com... 11 looMlaaMOBrriuiaprifloarrd. ." urrectlonfor" Putnam' was' "' wet."all" the- given predecessor:. _Our.motto"wUl be a full and comptat. '

J. M. Walker the same was accepted Murphy as Justice of the Peace was 'i W \' 1"11I01) building and achool aupplle* 107 M? time \*; line' of goods offered.at live and let live prices Our stock;;wilt'
H & W It Drew ('0 achro book.((2nd bill') :2$I 40 There' really no argument forthe ', ;
and that the road be closed as prayed unanimously adopted. -, K J Brown lumber ...4 hauling No 58 .. 8 !MWHIla aloons. National Prohibition offers 'embrace Hardware Builder's Supplies-Sash,' Doors: Blinds :

when. the new road was laid' out and In the matter of the,..Applioatlqh J R of Mall-work Tort eom .on. treamiror fence Now.. .. .:.. ..'.,.... ... 8 S //10 5Ht he but and most complete solution, Oil8..Tuttyaiassi-Cuns.' Ammunition: '.Sportln$"00. ',\

declared opened, and that. William calla wet and dry election. the follow HQilbertapeolnl *....d.No !...,%........ .111Arcbl.I..bh.ollnlp"J1U.Nollllwk State Prohibition comes next..,'but do of all kinds; to which we will add Furniture and House Furnish-. '
Goblet Benton Jeff Barber : (: $ 00I he thing at. hand flnt.. '' Come out. and ''Ines within the next-month. We willlbe '-t6 "
A. O. and had :pleased.
fog action was ; U Wulker bauliuK puptla No :JMlHday, .; .t'l/lO/ Do' have'yoertrade :
be 'viewers at the I help cleanup thly county ,away. and will endeavor to merit it by fair
appointed to report A Written al>PUcat.loupresented At S. CAMPBlEIJt.'Chmi pro tern. public nuisance.. dealing. courteotas'treajmentandreasonable :
with the
next. regular meetjng of this board. to the Board asking for an election inOsceola 'w.. DiHlN'1'ON, See l: : rices., '

On motion of J. S. Stratton, seconded 00u't1'to; decide whether the -=--- .?, '. "ELIZABETH JNV I BARK.., < ':," J _,", ( : _' ';

A. 0. Bass the clerk was intoxicating. liquors wines or or beer shall ,be prohibited in
by sale of 'Osoeola "Rest Room" AT THE MAKINSON 'BUILDINGMARKET / 5h :4.t
County. ; <
Instructed to notify John Johnston to beers .shall be prohibited therein and Ordered further that. J.- M. Lee Esq. At a called meeting{ of the W* C.--T.U. "

remove" all obstructions he has.on thepubllo'road the 'County Commissioners finding Clerk of the board of County Commissioners . .'on Oct...7th, the ladies of'the union ,sir ..., .

running: from the-clay upon examination that the said petition of Osceola County. Floridado ,decided to' \ ''!'ReSt.' Room." '.'
: : open\ a f1 '
toad north in Section 11. Tp. 23 B, R.S has been signed by one fourth of give at; least thirty days notice of I secured the building Where, Mr: .. t4a -
voters of Onoola County. said election by publishing the same They --------
5 S> E. in ten day., otherwise .,tho same the. registered; on'motlod resolved and .ord the 'one newspaper in each and.. every Thomson[ formerly had his hardware. ..

to be removed by the Sheriff at the It was shall be held Town In the said County; ," This room Is to be open to the;.pub '.

cost. of said John Johnston. ered thatn election-. . There being no further business'"the Ito where, one may meet his friend
any
A petition signed by divers citizens In Qnceola County ,Florida! on the 28 I Board adjourned until the next. regular or buy a' lunch' cup of .coffee lemonade '

1j. asking for'a public road from. the [day of November 1003, to. decide meeting. etc In their season.' It. 1*also Intended NE.W :

whether the sale of IntgxleatJggJ, liquors to be a comfortable r and suitable -
postofflce .
?' at B'asslnjjer.to a point on _n._. ,v.. _.._. .rte_ con.,2 place for the gentlemen fronr the ,
the publlo road fro-ja JBasitnger to Saves Two From Death. country to leave...helr wives( and children .*
jWhlttier 2 Bas- Feel cold shivering, aching; In the I BASS' OLD STAND .
} or 3 miles north of almost when they come to town whereat . ...
: had
j 'singer On'motion of A.- C. Bass, "Our little daughter an bones, lack of energy/ headache, and now these mothers must stand,around i" , .., '

? seconded by J. M. ,Wtf ap- the ,..me' fatal attack of wbooplng'couah and great depression? These Symptoms with their chlldrep In their arms eitherin : .' '

was aooepted and Jatuc one" bronchi,," writes Mrs. W. K. HavU may be followed by violent. headache, the stores or on .the streets.. This :. J.T. ., REAVESPROP, [

land, of Armonk, N'Y., !,'but, when high fever,--..'.st.reme' nervousness; a. room wilt, provide. place where .they ,
The rest and let the children rest too
Tampa. Monument.a.Wor' may
\ all 'other remedies fatledwesavedherwith condition known as malaria. Herblne The matron will, be able to /give information '- ,- ,
Tampa! are ,turning out the best, grade New Discovery. Our ' ....
DIN; King's 1t.'I'T..ke"b". ' before The disease in regard to work, where to
I ot.work In their line at.:; moat;.reasonable niece,r who, had. ,Consumption in adv cures gets a- fair hold, though it Will' work a get every thing in fac* It will be a genera 1 .:Handles nothing; but'tfle. best; cholce :Beet/ Pork;' *; r

pftee.: They furnished ''wonderfuTmedlclne : J. A. Hopkins, Intelligence office. Miss Van Du and Mutton-:-that the. affords. '
have, .a, nced state, also used this cure in any stage, market , Orders 'solicited -A I* ,

I number, of our people-with handsomeet.neatomark and today she1',Is pertecUj Manchester'r, 'Kan., writes: "i have sot was appointed matron.. and.promptly attended to. .Free delivery,In1; town.' -., ....
used your great medicine Herblne, for i.Literature and.writing. material ,
'of the last, resting place .well.": :Desperate,;throat. and: ,. several jear..,.There is nothing! betterfor'malarta will be provided., ; ', "
their I .
) ..loyed ones., You:' nothing Dr. Klng> DISoovery Friends of the causa ,are a.ked'.tobelp ;
get lung diseases yeild to : chills', and fever,' head .. 1 r. R. ,
I put first-class.worle from these gentle- a. to othermedielne-'on eaMh.Jnfalllbla : in furnishing tobl..room. Each i" ,
eaahdtheir '' ache, 'biliousness, and for 'a blood one 'If invited to call bring ,their TERMS' 'CASH. '
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flso handle Iron' ( 'purify ing tonic there nothing' : as. friends and to-tell their friends of'.It.Comein ... .
fences. 'lrUar&nteed '
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PACKAGES! FOR soiL INOCULATION TO AID IN CROWING Livery s Jjfr Sale Feel

i fUCH CROPS TO BE SENT 'OUT NKXT YEAR...IT MEANS ,

CRtATLY: INCITEASED VALUES.IN'CROPS.' .* .' .* .
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FIOI'C11CCbW4T'dCllllta', Government''baa In store Nearly' everywhere CR.t'of theills-

Author of The Mouse Ion lUc Marsh, ," ctc ; w for the farmers of the sour) hirer formers find that. they can- Finest _Turnouts .in Town.

1>:opytt.bt. V. Vv Enb jt Bonnir' Bona rCUAPTEIi country: an Interesting gift not make alfalfa grow though It Is the .
II 1 1 To many It ttllfseeuy\ like most 'profitable forage crop known.
XXltL "I when, the
knew got
you I To others who have where-from ten.to.for'ty pcre.of
magic. Any
Continued. man to call me;that It was-s.. n
j for few kept abreast jof the It will yield a large income -whether1
.i Til go and sit 'with him. )( lw'11: of hers," he said "You a yenrs << ) AeutforS1adard il Oil 1 COillDany.
". the subject of soil .inoculation I _will Dot gold a* hay or' fed to live stock. Iu s
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have nm, said Clifford, who -\\ttn remorseful Kiwi, he went on. ni )
seeui..so marvelous. the alkaline soils of the far' West ,tho. .
knowing that* he had had reddened with surprise, "I j, ,
In '18S5: a German scientist, Hell bacteria multiply 80 rapidly and are
asplclona of tbe father and} uot of the frleks. I-I have United-for :
rlegel. announced (that be had dlscov so favored In, the environment that -
daughter. such end as .tbls-for
,. '" wed that there exist In the soil a vast alfalfa may be sowed nnywh'ere! suec -. '
1'1>0. air, said the sergeant,, who years. ,
number: of-minute ralscroscoplc orgau.1 ?>H8fully.t: But !In the Last .-without ; .KJSSfMM'EE'
1 wonted A watch kept upon Miss Bostal's An exclamation, In which .
Inns which make(! their homes inoculation the root tubercle, do not . .
father and was ,' fir? nodules, on the roots of form and the little alfalra'1)llIut'.
should be a friendly one caped from, Ciiffotd's..lips. '
clovers! wither and die! *
80 Clifford :not without diffidence Bostal roso, from his chair, leguminous plants, such as EO't1TE
beans and locust It will not be until'next that EtIVEE
trees
vetches peas ;year
the In the
entered the house ai sergeant cnr- locking a cupboard corner
Tled his bundle to.the gig whichwan room took from -It nil old desk, -' These little creatures be showed perform -Government-will undertake to supply .
waiting/ for him at the old turnpike. ho unlocked and taking from lt' n valuable service for the-planta cultures: generally Accurato teats
the in which they liveThey pay for are now being niadra of bncult'rl's STEAMER LILL1E. STEAMER KOSBADA
Tbe Colonel heard slow footstep dle of cuttings/ from old '
outside the dlnlugf-rooni door and put them Into Clifford's/ hau'd. their subsistence by catching from the employed and every safeguard will betaken I Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay; Johnson, Jr.

; called out'Whorl : They- all referred to canes of air nitrogen which the legumes could to fulfill expectations. Th'eC Regular weekly trips to"msnnger| and Veturn.; Roaeada leave. Klsslm-
that?' tomania' which had come not themselves take.ln'to'tbelr, systems! Government has found a nc'w' methodof mee Tuesday" znqrnlng and arrives Klsslramee Friday evening

Clifford stood In the doorway. West End magistrates. from In gaseous form,' reducing it to>>' a nltrnte .. producing the culture In what Is Special Charter Trips; to Lake Okeechobee and. Fort Myera on the Ullle..

.'It'. I, Colonel May Tcouie In?" three to twenty-five years bt> )a combination with soma other called n nltrogvn-free medium and the Comfortable accommodation for pasierfgers. Hates reasonable.

The old man raised his head quickly which a '"ladylike" young element taken up from the ground process will not be patented so.that The most picturesque Waterway In Florida.

.and fare i 1'101 a little-wan smile a. be. superior manner' 8,iJ address, and the legumes easily: digest this I the benefits may be enjoyed by' the For Passenger and Freight Hates apply to .
held out his hand. been charged with bhopllftlng. plant food 'and make rapid and lux I whole country Wltllout'COlt or favor CLAY JOHNSON. SU.. Proprietor
urlnnt-Krowth. I It bas( been found that it la not so
"Come In, In "They all refer to .'
come ; res. my . On board "Llllle, Klsslmmee. Fla.EVE"Ry ,
Then having' held thee young- manse: said the Colonel quietly. "And An this was taken up quickly by much the quantity of bacteria the. . I

warm hand In his own cold .oDe for a we-managed to get her off, on scientists. throughout the world, and character .which tells for success. It y .
ew' moments,' he let It.tall, and In. that she had suffered from especially/ In this country Hundred the cultures are .fresh and virulent

Tltlng him,.with a gesture,' to be seat And. 'that was true." of experiments were carriedforwar& they perform their service more thor
ed, relapsed Into silence. Clifford "Then she Is not responsible and. It Is now fundamentally establlshed oughly and the returns are satisfac MAN HIS OWNDOCTOTl.

asked him'Is he should make up the actions suggested Clifford In : that this Is one of the greatest tory. -The: amount st'nt"out In the j By'J. Hamilton TSyers.-M. .
; fire. It was 'a cold evening.and the Of relief. I discoveries known to scientific anpractical < packages described are usuallythose

draught had been allowed to sweep "Frankly, my own belief i Is i 1 agriculture required, for n bushel of lIl''dIt the a, 600-page Illustrated Book containing "all1*bJ.lnrorm.tion.peJ'o.
: through the houlI&-trom open windowto la fully responsible. She Is a i Nitrogen Is the most expensive fertilizer ordinary Hart such 'as clover oj; nl- taming to diseases of the unman system, showing how to treat and *
open door."Yesyes. intelligent:woman, and her required In farming. The average rotal.; but HIP applicant\ may Increase: ore with simplest of medicine. The book contains analysis. of

a, my lad; warm yourself If and cunning are uliaurpn abIe. price per pound Is seventeen-cents. the quantity: by Increasing the amount courtship and marriage; rearing and management of children b.
you can., It would take more tire than Is some moral twist In her while phosphorus and potash the two Of water and keeping a' part of the aidea valuable prescriptions; recipes, etc., with a fall complement of

there la on earth to warm my old- which causes her -to love the other requisite fertilizers; are tobe solution over. wry much ns )"('n81.l11nybe ; facts in mater is medica that everyone should know. ,
I bones to-night" ment of crime.! That'Is my own fod for two- and three cente pound' ; Increasedby the housewife) or the This most indispensable adjunct to every .well-regulated ebold will t*

The atern sadness of his tone sent n ion. I took her away from On'. every square Inch of the eartn'a baker. mailed postpaid to any address,' oil receipt of price, SIXTY CENTS

shiver through Clifford who Indeed but .wherever we went she surface there rests a column of air con Grass being the money crop of the "'Address

$ had little comfort to give him, .lie had to get herself ond me Into slating largely of nitrogen and weighIng country whether cold in bay or livestock *
na
somfe difficulty In getting the fire to at last I brought her here .. about fourteen pounds. With this InoculatJon. is expected to add ATLANTA PUBLISHINtt HOUSE,. LOYDn'TJtTA.G",

burnljip, and when at last be succeeded seemed that she must be at band, and with the means to catchIt. untold' millions to the grass apt hay .

he found that the coal-scuttle was want of opportunity ,to be the former. has a most abundant crop of the whole t'ountry.ew York. --
empty else And I thought until source of tbe most Important fertilizer Sun.

-"I will fetch you some coal." said weeks ago, that I bad .uc he needs. -

'the .Colonel 'who was ,proceeding to wear to you I never had a The way In which the Government A-n Obllgta.! Sherisr.

rise from his chair 'when Clifford that she was mixed'up with the to .make; use of these particular "I Jiavc been spending part of the Florida East Co.ast Ry.
1 ,topped him.r .. at the' Blue Lion until tbe bacteria Is by propagating them summer on "tbe Island of Nan tucket."

"No. Tell me where to get It," said young 8tickets. Then;;when I under artificial conditions and sending said the summer girl "and among ._- -.

.be quickly, snatchlng-up tbe scuttle. It lay between her and poor them out In small quantttlea In all partsof other Interesting relics of early New LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effoct April II 1903. '
t "Oh, well' If you will you will find Claris I knew who was the- the country for the Use of farmers England life I saw the old massivewooden I '

tile lid of the water-butt on the ground prit But how could'I confess It A large laboratory baa been provide jail which has so far departed SOUTHBOUND-READ COWS. IIORTH'OUIID-IJIAD: VP.
'. outside at the back. It you lift It- heart bled for the poor girl Washington with n competent staff from the use for which It was built -
but really don't like: to t1"Ou\&lo-"ou- knew the truth must ('Ome..out. bacteriologists who have already as to become one of tbe sights. N.D: : 110.211 STATIONS.Lr --T.; I III..IS N.7t }

7ou'wlll find tbe entrance. -to.the cellar bad not the courage to hasten. made nearly .all preparations for the "There are many Interesting stories DaJf7' batty.. ,.. .'.. __ 7. DUr.

; ,' underneath."J lnK.M work proposed. In..a small pasteboard connected with tile old prison and the N' MPnnn.8 1 40ft ...............Jacksonville. .............. ..Ar T18a 'I' >..
:, Following tbla.rather curious direction For a long time there waa box four Inches by. six and half an most modern IH the funniest of nIl. P 0' i' I /a. ..................SoJaokaonTllla.LT. TOT. [ I' 0...
I /w 100/ ......... -.........t.AuiruUn.. ........ seep I >
Clifford "went out by the back the little room. Then Clifford deep they will\ be sent free wJItorI It sounds Improbable, but I was a** : &t I 11 Mft ..................... btu In**.........'.,. ..... ... a It . :>IIZ A u
''oar of the house,' lifted the lid admiring tured to ask: I the United States mall goes, tothe !lured. by several perPn&.wbose! wordI CLAM _, 1 11 41ft. .,... ..... .....K. rlnt4 .......... .. .. .. ... 4M. I"p.! 2! ... '
: K tbe Ingenuity :by: which the "Do you know where she has farmer: who desire. to Introduce a could not doubt that It was quite Ar.: .. .............I..I..k..L.. 4"to* COppAO
TRAIN FIRSTCLAM L....... .... ........P.I.eka..A SM
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: cellar was concealed, ,,and began td de- "All I know la that leguminous/ crop hitherto Impossible i true, 90.TRAIN 1 1. ... ..... Ar.... .. ....._... w 1I..1..L.. r .. ... .. .. ,
: r. acend -the wooden steps Into tbe dark has done Is the best possible culture In his region. I "It hAppened some years ago that FIRST : .... .... 'II.L....... .... .. ....San M.!."> ._..,. ....,....._..Ar.LT / 30* IIIt .d ""C.iitlm !
ness below. The Colonel bad providedhim her own safety. I can trust an islander was convicted of some :FIATURK. L..N..4.: : .. ........ 4 kO* "' ::
The: box will contain three packages AMDFIRST :
IDfP ....::.. ... ........Bunucll. ...... ..... .._4oe a / 4
with a candle, but this waa suddenly that'"Clifford. J'r.doneup In tin foil. In one 1s a 'Wad offense, and (the Judge who came to ISFIATURK. ............ ...... ..Ituitant.OrutKDil .........:.:.......... ieaa 2. p '" DIRECTED
extinguished as lie+ reached the svafifhooked. T'j-U.t: : cotton which the cultures or the Island from the mainland for tho AMD ft.. ...... .,........: ........ .. ...... ..... Ofaa /lip .. ''
on TRAIN J 1Ip ... ... ..... .. .. Dayton ..... ... ...... .... t1Ta alp 'I
bottom and the same nan <
nt
moment 1 ;
step fnd"" wo was a monster, :* of the bacteria have,been dried trial decided to make an example of ....:....r..I''Or..nco..... . ; .. .oe. PARLOR
be, beams aware lint( h*. was p*. liatural and depraved creature other two nutrient salts him, and sentenced him to. Jail Tor ONTRAIN GO V.:......_...N.w Spijrru*........:....:..... 141 I DIRECTEDTOTHI "
in the are JO ... ... ... .... ...O.k HIM;. ............... 5 14 11' PARLORCARS
,glonc, inoraL sense, "waa clear The ( are usually magnesium sulphofe"potassium three mionths. TRAIN II $ ...:. ... ..:....::" TlLa..III. .................:. 11/a SLEEPINC
.
:.. .Involuntarily, he uttered a little cry.. rose again locked up his desk ammonium "A couple of mornings later when SERVICE Ii .. .......*..,..,........ WOVB.....,.. ......*. 11 01. -.
phosphate or CARTRAIN .0 It.p.pP ...... .............IvOcklvdiro.....:. ...........:: 11 ass III' SLEEPINCCARS TOTHI 1iu
A band, the little. soft and slender CARSON
out his hand to the CARS
:young man. phosphate with a small mixture of the Judge was walking the pier : 1111 ..,.............Ita..OaJlI...................... IJII.. p I
h. band''which be remembered so vividly: -- :.Go." said be, !gravely but to solidify and hold.,the cultures to take the boat to return, accompanied CARS U II I .....::;;;;-.M.lbo..ra..................... com 1 f'p CARSARE TOTHIPACT
IMfttdlft .... ',............
tat which he had never before Identl- "You have done all you could sheet of Instructions.and 'a franked ''by the Sheriff, who was a BUFFETSERVICE 'V..n.ry..e.ll..o'-i. !! .......n.............. 0itp ii51$ ARE CARS .
fled was placed quickly on his mouth. for us,' and I thank yo.u. Naniucketer passed man aaw- PARLORCARS: I lift I t .. ....:........77;.. .. l1.roa."rtt.........'.:. 1 OSI> : PACT
"' envelope accompany the package. they n lift } 1 p......,.. ............Tlbh.I..f.......... I 5O.1 .
!#eto! they beard a rough man's'odce must leave us to take our/chance.(/ :The department asks every farmer ing wood by the roadsidewho touchier}; SLEEPINGCAR:BUFFET I.lftt 1.1p .-.....'.......,...,.....E4..n..0/. ,. "......... 101 PACTTHAT f
cry muffled aa It came down Into .remember""what I have said: PARLOR "ftSWft p. ....... ........leo..n.'f ...... 1'1' 10 48*
receives cultures In this way-to his hat politely; .and said,':"Good. morn. SLEEPING p..::.......::......... Stuart.V ...ul..... ,,1 I........ )oeJ. AREOPERATED. AND '
f vtbenrth from the garden above. very'little cause to fear'ou lay notes on the result! of his experi ,111$:. Judge.' THESLEEPING. 1 tit*. .II t 10 P ......:........... Robaaonnd :.....:.'.............. it 10 14.. OPERATED.OPERATED.BAJTrORD : ANDON THAT
.And Clifford heard. soft whisper In tt r'. account"Thus Instructions "The at him In BUFFETPARLOR a 4SK :p ...:.....:........ WetJupftar..:.....::........,. It p M.
*, and report The are Judge scared surpriseand 4 Mft ..... ........WtitPalm Bceb.......... .. .... 1$0 THATTRAIN .
Ills own ear; : dismissed Clifford 'took simple and practically admit of no 'said to tbe Sheriff: Imrt that the ... .11' ........ ......,......Boy n ion ......... .. .. ... ... p> Ire. '7"
;"The policeman i Send him away'on of the old man reluctantly and THE lot* .1 .''...'..............I>.lr.7....,...... .. ... .. .. .. . M ONTRAIN: :TRAIN
s;':;,' '''some I Package No. 1 of the n"rlent" man I sent to Jon for three months? .BUFFET 1 MftHft I & ................ .1'-.04..0.1........ .. ... .. .. .. .fI. TRAIN r i
pretext. onlywant a moment.'. for Courtstalrs. where he easily. Is first to be dissolved), a half Well, yes, It Is.' said the Sheriff I f ................... .11asd.l.. ........... ..... .. .. I.I 4>. .
Just one moment a lodging for the night 1 MftT I.. ...;... ...... ..7(11
,The young man shuddered Although On the following' morning at of pure water. at ordinary tem. hesitatingly 'hut. you see-ft's this 0ft r .ilL.................temonCIt'l.'f.:. .. ilia w M;1
..v The salta dissolve in a very' way. Judge. We don't happen to have
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he-had no fear that Miss Bostal woulddo theft arrived at the sonKDrrLKa OB BBAITOIZ LINES.
break '
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mlnule. Then the wad 05 cotton anybody else In Jail haven't had for _
him any harm there was something untie sixteen miles
Asylum ._ to be placed In the solution 1 and left I :years, and we thought it would be BRANCH. i iD.IIy
about the Idea ORANGE CITY DHA.NOH.Op .
/uncanny of being left Stroan a weird wan object, .
'alone stand for twenty-four; hours and sorter expensive' to hire a man to keep -
with a murderess, down In .
deep wildeyed.voiceless with cold
the bowels! of the earth In the grasp of with terror. the other package of nutrient jail for this fellow so I; gave him the STATIONS.rar Drlt 'lil: I Dil 0TATIOX: *. Dil D.II

tbe little' hands tblt'had done sucbwdeadly Is emptied Into the solution. In key and told him if he would sleep i a LT......... TltntTlll. ........Ari 1tp p
: The creature cried when the
twenty-eight hours the cultures there nights I guessed It would be all ilea L".Nlm.\r 1 47 p 10 I'*I L".N. ....7rn.Ar t lop
.. : : :work. came to her summons; au LT.......... O.**.............Ar 11 U 5 11.1. LT. Lakalla'an .Ar I "
J"; !t. The policeman's voice startled them "Take me In. or I .shall do ready for use. The solution If no right". -New York Times.Many .l M a LT.r..a..nfnr4..I..U.OO..........Knt.n>rla*._.......Arll, to a ii5lOn II.It.LA'.Orlt 19a Lr.Oranpe J.LyikI/0\ p J00u!J p
broth.. He, flashed Ills lantern down some harm. Take me inl bas occurred; ; will have turned a
1nt 'tbe cellar! but Mlss milky; cloudy white very much like Jew In .ralelD N.2I .. N*. It N.ITDlly N
already, Bos"tal in C' .. MATFOBT
.ft liquor of oysters. The population of Jerusalem to-day I>.lly
,,bad released Clifford and bidden It was Miss Theodora. on lj. nly. a x .lIft' Only. Pally.
> 'herself In the corner behind the steps Mo 'lunatic who had ever' There are two ways If'wblch theu1tures In, I should suppose double what It 1 P 10 Mft OOp SbLv..Jaekronrtlle.Ar. .... ... 745. '110
."llellol 'Who's that down there.? Is mitted within tbe walls of the may be (' was twelve years"ago, the Increase be. /0 I 10 lift ass* LT.... .80. J ak-DTlllo ..,..J.] ..,..:.. Til_UII I'-! .
: I 10 Mft ........
.OO..L".P.bl..Be.ob..L"
.> .,c Jt. rou, AIr..KlEicr had looked half so mad as must specify; what particular va ing attributable, entirely or nluidst entirely i0. p P 10 Mft OIP 14. LT......AUanelo B.a..U. ,.,..J." ........ Tf4 700a)( Il 11beaO/a. p ;
TTes," said Clifford. "I'm netting The doctors BOW her and of leguminous cropaThe desires ; to-tlrt> Influx of Jews;; by far the p 11 Mft tit. Ar..Nayporl.L. ........ u* 11/0s loop
It baa been found that of whom from Hassla.
greater part come -
,IlOna. fJftl. Would you.ask the Colonel detention And when the storm Th... TIm.TaMrs show the tlm.a*t which train may b*itnolod to< arrlv*and d.rar'
j i ,for a scoop or a shovel or something 'ov"r her; and the hue and cry bacteria common to -certain fam It Is somewhat difficult to ascertain 7mmtb.sev.ral.t.non. bat tb..lr.,rrlTl nr"...panl"4Lb.* Uma. atatxl la not lIu..4.
'to itet It up byr: ._ _ the.4'.rlum.tbere.. was..no of' legumes will not make their exactly; what the population of r or)..dot*Ui.Company hold ItaoU.ftl Oft.lbl. tot an/ delay or any eonaaqocno arising 'b.... a '
"".The 'mo-.tla.hed, his lantern round pressed by any of the doctors aa on the rooh'of red clover. The the city or bow a large a part of It 11 '

? Mlle cellar bare more,and answered: insanity. She was duly \ on red clover however. ',vIII Jewish. One of the best Informed and KEY WEST AND HAVANA. 1?
F . r\VeIL::air, I can't go In. Hut I'll call before the magistrates white clover crimson, clover most reliable of the Jewish citizens .
'him." brought up again; always >, buffalo clover and all of the told lye in conversation that then PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.!

\ He drew back and the moment he same result She smiled she ; cloven. The bacteria on were probably fewer than 30,000 JcwC In Effect April 10, 1903. 1 1eouTH
,' ,.did ao; Miss Bostal, with amat.lng old- she appeared wholly \: clover, wblcb'll common In some and that the common estimate of :;0.-

"'> (+ness and celerity crept up the alps her position, wholly (" of the countrywill Inoculate 000 or ftOJXjO was exaggerated but I L.JlJamI8n".Tb.... ..BOUaD.... ... .......s... 1101. Le yyaranalfnn.F1..NoaTH BOUII3.......:......... JtIlOla ;y
and out behind his back as he cale.tto at the last her trial for The bacteria of soy bean found Enter thatIs": own. printed figures A ](., w..8..n..Thllr..l 10'1'\ Arlt.yW.4Nen.Fri. "p

) Colonel Bostal c 'from. tbe back doorrway. :!. Avoided, the doctors all work on cow pens and similar In an almanac which lie published LY ArBava"aMnnlrrl.x.1 ....... .............. 7'1'lOa 111]' L.ATNlaOtToet.eat.Key West Tues .as/... .;.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. IJ:I N'Op a
: ; she was unfit to plead. of the bean family. reckoned the Jews of Jerunn4vin at 60OOO. ,- '.
;v': Clifford stood still,''with-bis Heart In" And when It waa anounced The first way of applying the cul The best Informed outsiders claim For copy of Loeal Tim C.rd or othr Iufarmtlon *ddr4ri city 1zeni:

!u ,hit mouth He waa Intenaeljr: excited; illss Theodora would be II.to spread the teed out thinly that there are at least 11,000 Jewish

.. ha 'was- listening with all Ms power. ing Her Majesty's pleasure the table and sprinkle the solution families In the city which would sup r .

: '"Idt he'dld not know whether he want, concurred is the justice of the it; 'then when dry. to sow .0. port the larger estimate.. It thin figure

: ..id tbe woman to escape or whether be don 'except Gt,.net Bostal The'other way Is to take a be correct then tbe Jews of Jerusalem

wanted her,to pay the penalty abe JsofwtiU to Clifford when& ;r. were alone of loll in a place-out of the are 'more then twice as numerous ni r9

;'' deserved. All be knew was that :""I: told you she wouil"tf: ; off! sprinkle the solution over It, all the other Inhabitants-Moslems and II

.'-ftbe few tpoments. of suspense seemed so clevW.- It up and scatter it broadcast over Christians combined.. New Yotl .... .. .. ..S. ... .. ...

'neyer-elldlng. Then tlae. volw of the Clifford himself did | oc fcuow ground to be seeded Post. -

policeman.,, measured and .calm, was to think. But then he had>hm Successful Inoculation can be secured I ,A
DeaN again: to much' plea..nter-to.thl .r : taking 'aoll from a thrifty field of Blast of Them Are In Need I

t "All right ,Ir.' He'.oomlllg." For Nell Claris: was no longer &. I / such as alfalfa, clover or "I don't put much faith In proverbs," e. We Do Job Printing: : ,
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She Laq got away, .then! 'After' all, say "Jfo"'' to bum. Instead .of and scattering It over.the field laid Brown to- Jones For instanco'ook
it than to be ,.either of these be de-, at the oft-quoted one 'A friend-In
was no more was expected suspected criminal, she was now I crops may '..
of her superhuman cunning: And, olne. ,It waa'honor and not : .' Owing to tbe cost of i freight need is..a_fild! Indeed. Now most o: ... -

in spite of himself, be felt an Immense that she could,.now bring to her la an expensive: method, but It my experience with friends In need has ,
,. f"\nile( that be ..had.. elK'd. her to es .band. . been practiced wjth success many been Unit they wanted to borrow. tire | Of All Kinds. = I

'cape': He:could peet.lt' tbe'policeman One- thing only Clifford bad to mee. me" the friends that are not In' n w
e lit least, tbe Colonel,, with .a for. Nell would not leave, her 1']I The experiment stations fn Illinois Strap Stories... - ". e. ,
lighter ,heart, ,H< took the shovel until his mind was' quite Ohio, after years of failure to Tour HnU.i iItotnlii Iket

'I'which ,was handed to him. and re p- For months she watched the,, I alfalfa sent out beyond 'the "- A slgrii/ Is displayed In the elevators .I We Can Please You $ ,
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,..peared In the' dining-room with? the cning of his reason. tendinghJni and secured quantities of of an, office building! 'Washington, t.I j' .
> flue fields of and
caa from alfalfa
n loving care. ;
which says: "As this la a public! car. _
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: Colonel looked at hlua keenly when succeeded In making alfalfa
Jber And he
waa able--to grow. gentlemen need not remove their tats." ,
and abut the door.: tbe_ Blue Lion In full posresalon stations bore In turn supplied 'I''I''A .. .. .. .. ..01[ .. .. e.Uii18 .$,
:"Did you:>> u.herr" be asked In:'aSU reason,' when: the antuma Huts for inoculating purposes to farm New Indantrr. i .
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\\llpw. ,"olee.' A "on the trees, Clifford-took Ills and other stations further-east. The.catch-Ing of snakes and tbe colectlng . f'

"" jK>t away,". answered and gentle bride: away from, the. mefho&:a.'oUe which, the J-rS, Id- their venom, which fetches % '

p rdy. the shore, farmer c'nnuse'to' advantage after '1 a grain,, la anew. Industry In Aus-J .

.'TftV..Ooion. .gar' "a a'fb'.of,.relief- '. >. Th. *.End.. .hat ,eoet ,established a small 'area ralla. ''I ,
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.-I TH5, Lt2LDrQwN! : ;;- to avoid "JI': ure. At length 'all'vra* . .. . . . . .... an' ( '
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still again save the heavy breathing of ;e. t a .Georgia
.It'*I nonh if ybur Crowdedlty. IItM'eb. : Southern: -
Where the jruih and buttle are,, the--victim. ?? ;: HOUSEHOLD r'Arrangement ., -
And the wave' of .,..n.l nt movement brat 'The Innkeeper arose to/ his! feet ;;;' : : I
Through the dut and smoke aS&r moved t ''I\11110uIIIT. to'the'ledsld '.
Jt Monter* in with n peaceful air 5i.0.\ .. .'. .. ..:.__. ........io 1W'.w- & Florida Ry .
let a few feeGln froui.a'dnrk lan
And it (lowly u*...ea through-* rays :. . . . ... .. . . .. .. , ,
Thin cheerful lvirry>i" thoroughfare tern'fall: upon the slcepUig form that ; '

With its seenfmg: "Howdy-do: ?* : there! might, be jo failure la the'stroke,. of rr.p.rylThe L O C, A 'L T lM I E ''T'AB'LE.' '
end the knife dolts perfect!' work. Th keynote of the interior :of :
It _top:>>1 wlmro the -Town biandnod' : '
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Throuah the quaint old garden hteTh.n ., straggling/ rays of the light fell upon house beautiful form IU char ( FFaCTlvE. .JuNE 283; ,
' with u. placid tile lini-d of the artistic arrangement of lie, a ....
ROM imtiont p'od fyce the tiahennan.sud he J I !AbDOWN..r,, ".
WIi"... the sidewalk* hold it alralfcht., suddenly opened his, eye, caught the ,lea, says the Los Aujelea! Tlinoa.. .... t. ., ::'RAoUpe.
"
imllt. the ',. -
It again at
public square '
For unbegrudwtig I'ftl> gleom of the bright blade as It flashed 1 ": .
And a friendly chat with. the corners there altovp hint, and a sharp: quirk' cry at*: '' 'TI1i1 '- 8TATIOXS. L1'PI1t
Kof each cron street it a guest, testjiU. the completeness of his terror. : l '

The t> bowe"er. silenced '.
rT. Wb quickly '
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.' Tl'ion}\ lazily h.to...the blacksmith shop _.... for tlielnurderoui" .teel'WOI driven to 4&0 1345 II W> l.v ..........+...... .. .... II...... ............... .- !s..... A 410f MU
.o Where it to pause once more the.heart., and with a few convulsive 6 4 o .,4. lalJ J a ...........,.?.,....,.Katble.IJI 1 <.. ........... ...." Lv 11I ,*.. Uitl ,
"To see how the blazing: cinder fla.li. *' I' ..50 .... ital' II ....,.........44.... Oro..ala ............ ......I....." * 4, .
From the forge" just by the door. gasp ho expired. ; '090 1 0i 1JW) *.. ................ ....,. UnadllJa ....._."..'......1.... i aa.I P
( .From brook there to' the bridge.Juat across. the Ills pockets and a' bundle which .beliad C 67 135J4 413! ... .V" r;" ... ........ to inton II Pie
carried were ./Quickly emptied of T18TIO ::1 I .n ; .;;;-I..CJord.I.:1;. ::",",". """ '''' 'lt.. H I4e 88*
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To hear -w'WU the walnut thn ripple: apr: whatever contained of-value the. .:-p 07| .. ....,.................... : .L..T.bl ..,. .......;;;;......... 'I 1 $9 ......1, SIP'
Tl'cn, on to nha<}ed uooU'her } they ; 78lOS .i.'. l12 .".'h/..:......... ; wob.....'.............. ..,...-, a 116It ... 4
\\ ;, the' sages, nit all *elM'".. ,* body vas wrapped In tbe110007 bedclothes -. a 16DO( I Iii .....................;...bbul'll.... .... .....;,. ;.. a I 1 S37W
L .a. : and burled Injho yard. and the ;' 8 JiSI a 31a ,4..". ...........444f TIRoa.....,.........,........,. .. 11 SI'h$
Main !Street (toes on with a calm: content. stains In the room carefully washed V 410 II. n ..."..j'.... .......' ......... Leoo .. ...., ....... '... th. '. It 11 U ________
''.('0 the umnnit of (he hfil v .1117 41 84* '"' ,......'.....,......... aparlr."H'.,;''' ............... 1200 flOi 704M
Then( 'tielda to the aootliinir, : blandishment Away In the' morning he expressed .8 4l 4 SB 84W ..... *.>*?** ..... ,..... Adel ...., .. ..40' >.1..... ..;.:.. 1184 117 s ) ,
Of the countrj-i ,, all still. great surprise and Indignation at the BOO\ 4 80 Boil'" ..... ...".. ...........Jleartpln. ..................,,.... ,.. 11 49 11 .44)W _ _ _
It raiubesout. where the meadows spread traveler' sudden disappearance, accusing -. 1040 5 OS 4M A'.u.; (.." Va1doet.>l......,........ ...... I' 11 10 11 U .
And the soft preen RraM. preep, ,Ii him of withoutthe / P.M. 5 10B 44SLvft : ...........,.. .... .Va1..08t. !.....'.._.... .., J. 1100110SA.il.,
not
Ana there on a blossom spangled bed, 4 only escaping uld e 7 SB, ,.*..,..n,........r.... .Ha.low.. ,....:.... .!..!..!....l..LY 10 SS: 10 H .
Main $;(reet haa Bone to 1eep.. payment' of his bill: but also with 80rt'T G 25 1111 ......y ........... .. ' .. ....... ........,.,;.. .. tsu 041toa
-W V.: C8bit, in t'hicl\1fo Tribune.: having stolen the bedclothes, and even" 706 ... ail; ... !m..,........ .,... ..Baxter .... .... #... ....J a 898SS "
.... ,. .. JIRI'I'Ittbe, farce ,of a pursuit. Ills 7-SU74t 7 12, .I. S 4*. .. .(............. Cutier.....,.........,..... !u- : ;44 7Ma .,., .. ...,.......crawrord .;....... ..,...... ) .. .110.. o 28
wife", however" was not..without her suspicions - 4 ,111 aoi j lu Ar ..'..1.,.'.............1aoItao01'til. .....,....,1......." 745'YfO _ _
+ttmftttWfffft6tttJ4 ,.) and when the booty was A1L I'.M.l\ A.M. P.M.
) to : .
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brought out little. by little. she bad AM. 14Li1.1I'.q-:
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+ no doubt her fears were well founded arrangement should give the Corm 5l1_ 4 4&X. ..,...,...,..,,.,... 1 CRIME AND and If her sudden death 'b' poison had 6.aSB7 ,41&1" ....,. ................. -Lalterarlt.. ."......" ..n... LviOI9l1O 91
an Idea. This II a* Important' aa Bid, ..??................Jennings-i... .... .........' ""." 10 4ts 1007
t. RETBIBUTION not prevented sbo might: have made. the to produce a harmonious a 91 a.6 | vfc>.....<,,;,;.;,... + crime public which makes the colors blend in a fiB73rt 689 ... ........?.10...: .White ajrias ..........;...,.. ., P 18 OH
., mttmttmttmtt 1 > The sum secured from the person and like chord In music. One curved : 700 ." .... .:. ...,.......Lake City., .............., ... "' lea .40
4 ': : tt \ I elm 7 an II ........,., .....Lake Butler..... ....,.............:O. sass| 'I8I1.816.j. >
Bit UlttEKCK: LE8LIC. effects of the murdered man wa over ought to be in harmony with : : ........... .... Sampson 'City...................... .. 760' t ., .
500 In gold and rich and rare Jewelry The Illustration!! presents a .. 8 tO ( 81101; ". .... ....,.......... HAmptOq..I'......,.... .... : 785 70*
1 4444 144-444u444.1.t .worth fl'OOI'E.oo: to !:000 more.-.,- make a high door look lower and van tiom' ,' ,,.......,.......'.... ;(I .adIA'....."..... ...."...". . [ 63 89
It wo about ten after his mls- maintain 'fits 'stately 984 II :.......,....:. h.lnr.bom!..,.. ...,... .:.;...... ;. 84* .141
years .appearance. 13 IB P iOr"' ,....h..l..r.I. k._....'"..,........". S 16 660
< tOJN: tb? .umm r. mAn7.reau hap on the coast" when Colonel Kenyou materialised' i* fifty inches vIde < A.M. 1'.) ) A.t.lP.M. f
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.. Returned to England. On one occasion, any practical draper can'cut and r ,
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( "ago, Colonel Kenyon: a a* be was traveling through the ....orth.ern It. Schedule of the All-Year-Round "DIxU Flyer"' Sleeper. *. J, -
0 I 0 too. of Lord Kenyon
young/ part of the country and bight coming ': fA) rill L.. ......;....,.JAeltaon1'UI... G.II. r. By.'..., .. .,...6r 823iui "
4 t "$ WQ* .crulaliitf lu a small hewa's, compelled to seek accommodations A Qaalnt Pl>0a of Furniture ?: ,. U16pm .4-1,4 ........ .a . .....,......,.. 'IO m ,
*01C' yacht off the court of ( 't>- on. 'Washington Irving plays the ,I 1:13: ..m". .... ,..... ...Tlften. .............. .. allO.m '
laiul.vlifn lie was overtaken by a nud- at country Inn. ItD.m ".....,.......Oord81.. ... .... ... ,. 11 It anti
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-It'n.torm. the little craft and lie was waited upon by a pleasant namesake to this quaint and coy 8.0.m Ar...., f'" ....MROOD. ..' ... ...........Lv:245iimI
capsized, talkative girl about sixteen :year "ot i ial'l' tie. ilenco. we cannot but fancy / 'III am .... ..... ...Atisats.' a. or O. RY '........... U' .oo"m
jill\ Ills companions were drowned., Colonel dressed with neat. Intended for the IIbraJ+. It must : 1 00 pam ..:.........('battanoogs.N.C&aT.L.RT ,........' II 800 pm
:- I.n'on httaaelf was washed who was more thatIt1 Will : I 11$ I'm :: ...,..,...!.N..b1'Ut.. ,: ..,, ....1.-..:' P80mm
n horc In a half dying conilltlon In ness", than usually characterized femalesof .; -admitted, however 1140 pm .....> ....,.Martln. : ..,..".......,. I as atI\ '
her clan. i equally admirable in ball" or be ton mm t... ...... ....,, Lout4 ILL. CENT. 11\ .....-....... losopmfr '
which state he was djscoverrd, by a '
While served the Colonelnoticed room Aa pictured. It Is ot. Dixie Flyer"! solid trala with coaches and
lishorman. TJie nraiv .tco l of offer;. being I through Parlor slowi'Ors, between Hav> .
a peculiar cliarn? she wore about stained forest green, and ; eon and Jaokaonvllle and oarrlns Pullman buffet drawing room sleeper letween -May- ,
Injt: any nsMstanee to the uufotluuate her neck.and, on obtainingher 'permission -:, Nankeen twill of a harmonious con and Jacksonville" enroate.to and. from Bt. Loala; Mo.. via Atlanta, ChattanaoaTa,, ,
colonel, set to work to plunder Ulra.AVlien be of NaahrlUa Martin and Cairo J '
Ills unhappy victim partially revivrU to examine It. he was struck" with The' stain may ebony re "Quick 8ter"a. solid train between Maoon and Falatka, aad oarrtea through,eoinh '.
the greatest astonishment at the discovery weathered sealing wax red Indian : let ween Macon andJaoksonvUle. .' 'M--- ,
the_ robber struck him over the tbat.lt'vall one of the Jewels low or delft blue, though. the Ilound Trfp llokeu DOw on.Ie to Summer Tourist points rod to .AUaotlo' J De....
head with a bcnvy:: club, Unladed rifling and White t'lpnnA.' Fla. '
Ills I IHTSOD. and left him for dead of which he had I been robbed, ten years WILLIAMCsiBCKLKTBKiwTie* President, )Macon O.O. .. ..t'p

The booty obtained from the iM-fore mid still had. bite engraved. Admirable For the HaIL B. KHODBS General raaaenRer Agent Macon, Qa.. ;
and person monogram upon -It. _ '. .. ; -. J. 11. ltAvrTsm', 'D. P. A ,.Jacksonville' Flaw, ->.--- ,..yM \ ,
of the colonel from his bng-gage. "- : :
Ladx A. BBU ? Oa. .
$1nta.
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seize declare :
which had washed ashore, consisted of Ills first-Impulse was to It. _ .
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and demand ot whom
the (crime \
home very fare' and valuable jewelry she had obtained the stolen property; II dtn4rTtL 'work' to'"*alI ,funds to complete. *'iituk. \'
Inlaid with din-
rings pins, a Watch ; J 'r.
controlled .hlmitelf and beganto . '
but he .
moods oral other coail, ornaments Joke her about the trinket, saying be -- ,S::. But .af tor 'nil tbe ehcou1'1l.rtmi..t'travel. ''**,'
which his One taste coveted and /great I w..... '

.. slUrs wraith .ella led him to Indulge In. be- supposed a lover.It must Thin have she denied been presentedby but be ); i) 0 ..7f3.r for is building not the of most'good tmportaat1IIson .roads., \TIIeJ';,'
n'cnrly !:200! In gold.\ Tbe property .
her de- are ablOhltelTneceual'J'\ for:thfperlty pnv ,
to
mnwllllug accept
appeared
and the plundered<1 umii dt'ud-all "l l7osupposed i.
ulnl and finally asked who gave It to. j and happiness of the"pe
-the wcul<3-be murderer Itt.I'd. @ '
ber. If not her lover. Khc, replied thrftwas. The era of railroad building on a
be 'hardly knew where. Crossing
lie It presented to her by !her father k'A scale Is 'practically at an end. .'In tt
the Channel went to .England course of 'commercial and 'Induatdevelopment'wo
where It Is'' believed lie had some acquaintances many years ,ago.
have1' reached a
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or'r'lotl'e.'fsUlng: .Colonel Kenyon expressed himself!! satisfied I
and dropped the subject In tad.bowe'er. I where the.reat'problem'of Jmprofl
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rreljlein.X
nands for National
The colonel lay upon the the common road moat lie t>ced.
he far from being satis-!! "
was / '
ome hours Insensible but was finally Is 'claimedby: ;orne that' '
1 can no longer treat It as a local,
and soon the meal was o'erIto lh'.j
found by an honest" Inborer.' rrledto* tied as an Li ,[ the building\ of. roids Is 'tlon. -We hare tried that lot U
the nearest magistrate -
made his to
his bumble cottage and carefully way strictly '110C81 inntter '
'quarter jot a century and In nih
the matter Ir the I
nursed back to llfo.aud eventually to and placed tbaf the;beuellta are entirely every' section of the' countrJ' the.
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perfect health. All efforts fo bbtnn a hands of the authorities.Early1" '1 local' amid that the erable results areapparent'TIM

clew to the discovery of the man who ; the next morning'tbo Sherlft ,,:holo. expense should\ be road problem will never''b,

had robbed him were unavailing. A made his .appearance, and fnther--ond-, borne by'the local communities. ThisIs locally It Is too ','ut. 'It "eaa. 'I

person answering the description, was I daughter were both placed 'under ar I not time view taken In the' most- solved only by the genius, tbe'wa,: *.

'found to hav. .left the country about rest. A search of the ueinisesbrouglzI progressive, .-Europe. There the labor and., the.:patriotism of: _.
the time of the occurrence, and It was 'to light several RrU<"Il'd'or Jewelry: .I the building; and maintenance of roads whole people. A great national 1 i.JT

thought had gone to England, but nothing I which the Colonel 'M nJllIl'd beyond a -Is 'one of the Important tunctloulI'ofgovernment. mont 1* necessary In coope.

more satisfactory could bo obtained 1 shadow of doubt. France Germany and the nation.the States,' the co $
and nit attempts at detection and. pur. I Tho Innkeeper was 'then exaflinedand $Switzerland are cpvered by a network the local communities'Hea.the :j

cult were-siven up. \ I at first denied all knowledge'of the. 'r .... ,..'-A,. .... \ '".n of'the finest roads In the'.world. ;As a of the problem. .
goods, or that he ever gave his daughter result Is '\
Colonel Kenyou after joined his the i western half of-Europe '. '
upon
-- regiment served In Europe"aud else- the charm which had first attracted j green is much more attractive' in most i intelligence." said a lady at the'sewlnj the pleasure'ground! of the-world. The II Dairy :r-.... I Y t-la* .:J:;;

wliere,-and finally after an absence of Colonel Kenyon's attention; but when eyes for the general run of summer circle "but I ,recently, bad an experience revenuederived from tourists Is. one Secretary.'ch i.')Y. Ktifabt.'of',I

ten yean or more. returned to England be learned bow fully everything' had; furnlshlns.: Of course the delft blue which shows that the little creat- of the principal sources of Income for National Dairy Union recently, '

In the excitements! of CIlWP' and. field, been identlflyl.-: became greatIj will be n very' happy touch in a Dutch ure.'p sles. a good bit of wisdom, af. :people ojf.nearly all classes. But with pressed blm.llelt..s tollow"theBrownlow'blll ci.

the Incidents of lri> life on the Irish frightened. Dud finally confessed th room (though Antwerp oak color.or te -alkI had been annoyed for some out these good roods .this revenue : :

coast bad lH.en'almost forgotten; but crime:with all the details given above ebony would, suit!! most of us better. 'as time by a family of mice which livedIn could, never be secured. :' "In company..with 'hund...' oft p

the return to Ibo old haunts, and the renewal and the remains of the victim wen there will be plenty of blue In such .a the wall of the bedrooms They The aim of the people la those countries sands 'of other, people thromttwit'United ..

of old'friendships brought back round as originally burled. The. macho room). As for the bright red that furnishes nibbled))))7. tlothes disturbed my sleep, 'Is to make their grand moun States-1 am'verymttdlested ;;

ho memory of that even with much bad murdered was proved to bars well where there's lots of rich and when they grew so bold'.. to go tains. their beautiful lakes, their lively In this bill.- I have Jn.ti

distinctness. been the robber of Colonel Kenyon, green.=Philadelphia Record. Into the canary's cage and eat up Its valleys, their'castles and-monumeuta from.a tour of Italy Franc' aftd

Late in the afternoon of'on autumn who was escaping with his booty whet seed my patience .ave"eut and I deter easily accessible by-queans; of: fine land where I had an opportft1j"

day a rough-looking man, clothed in retributive Justice overtook him In the. A Colonial Mirror. mined to fix them I bought a trap and hard smooth roads. ? observe ,the character of.he'tojdI:

the attire of a fisherman stopped ata manner described. : In securing the .proper atmospherewith set It by the hole in the walU For fire What, a .contrast' appears when we those countries; ,CoIllIn. 'bOID. _1IIL

lonely Inn In the North of England, and At his trial the accused reiterated hit the reproductions of charming nights I caught a mouse then several turn to o'ur'' own country We have looking over ''our'' ,nili l erab 1tadt, L

demanded lodgings for the night. The previous confession and was convicted; Colonial Interiors so often seen iowa cloTI' passed without catching one although the finest scenery, .In the world in' the for getting around In the .rataltrtcts '

proprietor glanced sutplclously at the and duly executed. A lange portion day In the modern bouse are necessary they were still there for they great 'mountain* of the West but it I made up my mind that It

scanty and threadbare wardrobe of the of the property"'was secured< by Colonel quaint old cabinets queer'Thaped kept up their noise, although not' coming Is practically Inaccessible..'. Except.* aa be necessary for thl. country.to! ,

stronger and Intimated that people Kenyon. who settled UOO upon the or- couches and tables. old -'Uncn_closet_ into my room any more. they get glimpse of It from car win Is European'""countries :, haveorder ..ne;.-

kept tavern for.moner. and didn't de- phoned daughter of the crlmnal.New! ':'1 found that the trap was all right dows., the grandeur- our mountain. to get rood roads,',4.J-.:.,

'.Ire entertain strangers who were York Weekly. but the* bole 'in the wall had. been and cnnyons. and the beauty of our Government. aid. *.

destitute of the wherewithal to' liquidate -. closed from inside: I pulled, the filling mountain- Jake ,stream, and valleysare I ".T' e National.lalr) '-"OUttf lairanlzed

' their reckoning. The stranger The Awful CUnmte of Aden. o.ut. It was not easy work for it had a sealed book to the general! .\ . throughout the North.IB> .v

comprehended the situation A letter which recently appeared l IP' been evidently put there to stay' and cling/ .public. And this will awuy bo Congressional district Which I... n
quickly -throws a- -
uts pocket t.ii.Moralag-Poat--of was mode of bits of plaster and rulblsb. > the case so long as steep stony moun amount of .agricultural 'const1tnfl
Into
andHlirusHngliTiniand; gold lurid light upon the effects of the -I kept the hole open with the; taln -trails are the only 'mean- ot and I sin firmly of the 'opiatsa. tbii _ _
brought out a score of glittering .The term of. service
Aden.
the randlord climate at trap close to,It. but next day It was travel beyond tbe railway lines In. the progressive ta..mer."who at* dairy3men
and remarked to
coins at Aden for -theIndian department deed, much! of, finest aceuery'. cannot '
his filled again./ I repeated this clearing : our. wihi. be In favor-of .the..bill: for1
that he was not only "blc to pay hour has hitherto been two years; but the out process five times and live times *"-reached even by.,such trails. notional aid. I am so'much .intemted
i bill, but could buy him out every of Ordnance
each Indian Inspector-General the filling woreplaced.. It was evidently If ,the 'United'.Statea Government, In In its success that I,am Villtnit" to, us*,
In the day, and pay, the cash at has lately reduced the term to one year the wprb of the mother mouse .co.-operntionwithi th,*States and local \uiy Influence to hare our aalry fa'rmcns :

purchase.At for him department. This is Bold to be 4 a to prevent her little ones from passing I communities"would build great smooth I Petition for 4he passngeothis( !"lilU.", '.

this dlnplny of wealth the Inn.kocper' due to the constant breaking down in through what had proved a fatal gateto I highway: making the wondecs and ,f would be willing to 'glr several) )IIIQ' .
eye% sparkled and the stranger Health of men employed at Aden and i holt beauties of ocr: great West -' of ':'
/ so many. Audi left the cloned easllyaccesslble led.40llars; out 'roy .own 'pocket '*
was cordially invited to make the the consequenthuivy charges. !tq .the for the mice did not como Into tuy room to tourists, In a few ,.enrl'the!' i. i 'lee the road r of thU untrt''hn'' "
lua his home so long ns lie found It I Government tor' Invaliding'them and again."-New.York' Times.! I. tide of travel -wouldv.be turned west ,oved like those of Francf.: N )tr1 :'
desirable, and convenient which, Invltatlon The object of the letter j "
their families. I'ward.' Nut, only would million. 'of $,"\ -. : : '- ", \ 1,
was promptly accepted) it was above referred tit U to suggest that '
Bebel m* Propht. '., dollars spent annually-by ;.American ,' 'A< ,luxury sometimes .developaT lute.
soon apparent that tile traveler was what I is sauce for the Indian deportment During tbeiFranco-dermnu war. Be- <. Jn Europe be kept at home but other I.,necessity before we knovrft f ', :"'

., fond of his tod. and tlicr humor was Is also sauce for other branches.,' \ hal the leader ,or the victorious Ger. I million would be' brought: toy mil".. .......... % .,
gratified/ to Its C\i\\\\ extent so that when of the service and he mention incidentally man Socialists, opposed the treatment j] shore by tourist from foreign; landI I t'y.Women i,:

he retired ho Immediately fell Into a thht no less' than thirteen faro, \ I of the Preach as foes; lio was 'de- j|I' But'the'natural attraction 'of 'our I Ii 4. '. Stock Broker, ;\\I.' '._ _

,' heavy ulumbcr, which was. not easily Illes of the Hampshire, regiment had. \ nounced as a traitor,'and lie, and 1 JI'b-j i-, country are not the only::.tiling* which | Two young women la' New York _____

-disturbed.The to l>e Invalided home front Aden wKhin knecht were finally nrrested. on a :,,\ 'are made Inaccessible by the lad: oJ(:j have lately made a hit 'a* stock ..; _

r' sight/ of the stranper's gold had three months of their arrival there. charge of treason which rolldpsed 19no-I I I Rood roads.,' :Our 'places of ,historic change' broker One of them 'was a .-

fired tho cupidity of the Innkeeper and Another Interesting fact mentioned ou \ H' ralalously. But Bismarck succeeded j i:'IntereStflro mostly .In tho.. nnu cnte- school teacher.1 'Many! .'om'D.would ; _ _

no sooner had the man retired than the authority of a royal engineer officer In having him locked up for two :years gory. Take forInstance, )Ionllcpll(). rather deal with a WOt r1D. roker whe* '

he began to speculate on the surest Is that the climate of Aden causes on the charge- preaching dangerous home and tomb of the;Immortal' ;Jefe possible; 'and; meix' lit the *am t'II..'., .:
and safest 'him bricks to crumble away, la, doctrines-and of the fc'twi ;:'Americana know be-auI"' 'ori
means' of possessing "Iron and plotting against ferson even' )Uk=, be-,' .s1'1 arlea boy ,_ _
self of the gold. Ilobbery alone was a short space of time," from wUlch the1 State But Bebel was right Id lila 'where It' 1*. much less Visit IK Monti- rttalra Ja;,." busino sjlkais waY :'T:**' _ _

attended with danger for the plun. Inference Is that human constitutions forecast of the results of annexing'Al- cello Is- only three miles' from the* city other 'woman broker wio '!I... an ,It, ,..

dered victim'would undoubtedly' call composed of say more perishable material snce-I-orralne. and) mouyv Germans' j,'of Cbnrlottegvllle..' .Vn.., wblcU, Is'Ion town 'chico! ,, i< J-ist, as d1.eFeitaad ,,

the authorities to his assistance, and than Iron and brick mind crumble nays Miss Sellers 4iave come ,round tp two ,grant t rank:lines.;, Whythru... I.'t l I. '." ,.',,, IC.' ? They!; .artJot"\ mA'kia ,' ,

'. punishment 'would be.nlmost. certain; awa '-- in a still shorter period.. It. I this point of view In lime' last thirty. | so'' little:,known? .Because. three mOSl'f" : ,..' ,
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110. acting upon the principle that "dead would be a very.good tiling M the ... 'years,' miles of ab ut'a..bad'roftd, os. an bo .
men' tell no tale." he nt n1l7.\'llolved term of service at' Adenfor, all arm TTPIC1I.' cNAxuanoand L i "for our own' sake It"notl for her*,' Imagined between It and thp.rail! .. '. ,., '}
A
I tr.1e.U1I tb
TIll; most Important, < ,,
upon murder as well"as robbery. 00(1' departments were :reduced to I we'tatiHti, re.tortto'' Frsneethe"pz.v'lures a7.statlon. 'One cannot travel over -
HI family which consisted of his twelve or. a tc tho' 'out8 de. elubteeiimonths. ; presxea.,old tallboy chests, grand- wo hsveeonquered." he told hi.CelloweountrTmeo th.* barro ; pteep. r jfl1.I\'pmpddy Cbln"..Ia that' of th. Yangtze;.river,

wife and a' little' daughter, 'but six : This!;by the way', I I.* the sta.tiQil fothers' .clocks, etc;' ;With these,:. not proudly "If ':w!! '":'country roda"without ,a"' feeding"of l which "dralnaH.t1ui' ; 'larsjMt 'mdiiproductfr. moa*

year old,. "Were' ,requested id retire to which the Second Royal Dublin only to lighten: dark spaces,,bat a* eoD- hold back taut, 9 'cdfigle' vlllnpewe shall 1'.nhatrie. ,At present:'ari 'effort"" 1 belutfi area' of'Chlna. The' poi

early, and-crcre soon" flsee ." .A'Utile Fusiliers(were-despatched. to recuperate tent'with the,treatment and to'be drive the French* Info the arms of Itusn.Hla : made by a hash baud of patriotic, men I j tion of ,th.'Unit.ed' states :Inthta, ,

after- midnight, he cautiously entered after,e.hardships qf their serviceIn ornamental. well, are need a number and transform all Europe Into n"1,. and women to build want Is known j trade It shown' by a 'cdntnla"seport.wblcb' .
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the room 'where, the doomed man was South Africa and In ,spite of protests of.mlrrortr atwa,. of strictly Colonial' huge/ ,camp: ,"-. New'rortYorIlL.. oa' the Jefferson Memorial -Hoad to. gives"tbe.pereentap..l0f\ btti

.'Ieep lrt: and Just then the.weary: trav ,from' all .direction the,Govern" design . .: __ "- _ '- I' make'Morittoelto accessible to"the pub'' "-"ketrofi' the"T&t'toul'-na: ; tloa8'f;flrit'ILZ .

ncr turned nne IlT",- l"tbo assassin ment; still persists f in keeping! them I, DUe> or the most effective of these A cook la I the ItIl hen !a i}'wonn,,two lie, but only a 'beginning has been ; ezinn.,,' 17Jf" 'Jat>ant.. ,

crouched ..: .... .l is herewith Often.these ta ..offic. made and they ,are .finding'It np-hlll nenicaLP; *: .
trembling) in! the darkness, : there.-Trutbv ......fll* -..* "" nlxto uowa. ..aa :mph>l'mellt : .. ; .. .

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ils&lnuae) Valley Gazette HEW USB FOR MUCK TJte Orange. Crop.

.T..... .. The papers during the past few rtt
MOM 4O 11 Oeaerat. .".rao. u8 g.ita Dried .
lMJ.u..ay&a1' IDTIe -Muck for Firing drove months have been publishing estimatesof OH W. D .
most AS. -
la ,Valley UacetteJ. ; nllC11nar.Jl1IaUO"E.OICIWLACUUNTY. the present\ orange crop, of .
.I'LLI. 2 iL EDITOR: have a communica which were m'ade by orange buyers
tlon to make which I regard as so Important who to bull the with a view'
try crop
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E.' PoUND, PRorRIRTds. that I shall not make the usual SHOE MAN
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of J lowering the prices THE
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apology, for begging space In Your Only a f&w days 'ago the. TJmes- t
B. POUND' Editor., column. I get the idea from Mr. W. Unlon published an interview with

nttrcd at th..PntcofflR In KltitmmM, Fla., A McCool, of Beaver Fulhi? Pa., who one of these (indvlduala who ''claimed
N 1MOOO\-.I.mail mtll.\er. own a large; grove at Sleep Beach to have been over the orange ,section I ST Goods. I IW.

Bubaertbwt4t pluane uoUfrtbs office 11Ul Osceola county and than whom It hat and bad made-the discovery that no Offering of. New

r tea 'to get the paper regular never been my good fortune to meet amore damage had been done by the storm
AH oommuolontlont author- ( "
exc-ot from our .
=' oorreapondeuM; .inner 'S.dgned br tbe practical man. Being too modest and,that the cropwalslmply immense.We '.. __ tftBOYS'
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that 'of
) : Keleeted matter. will not be returned uolea pope none our, '
ea11ed, 10" to advance his Ideas to the . '
deputed me
will be deceived by' of these reports ( t '- h-
CLOTHING.t
.dlior any ,
1'11. U not renponelbla. for opinion.x" l.---- : 'g.
Mvueil b'oorrespoudeate. orange. growers, of the county and and hurry to'sell l their fruit at prices ) ; .

4..rttllol raxoamay be bad on aplllt lUOI1. State'. They, lotmy' opinion mean below what they are.worth._ It will be I Nothing conduces to a: -'*- $t 'fi (

nothing less t.ban't.be's. -of the remembered that the Journal last .1 and to '. .. b;
., SUBSCRIPTION HATES., boysappearance : GJ y
f'On* on* ..ar .... .. .. .. .. .... ..,I1.I.i9Qnseopysixmontb. ,11-ees from freeze and Ir / th.e'plant- year advised bofdlng fruit for good 1)J.i1 i1 his self-respect and '.thro' r::..-'7;:; tr -e > Q
.... .. .::"..:.,.-..)<, .bO Ing of new groves ancUcunlidenoe; :;:: << In and do agqin. this ( ot (; l' ;w:: 30 i.
'. vita oopjr,tbraa rooDthf..,";_, ,..' ,.'.....1 -K .prices we so \ year, these te the moulding 'ft) '
ip the minds of wen as to the {uture'of believing that prices Should. range ; ; the character of the futnre : {,::1 ,4.- ..,.L ; "--8 'k

; .f Friday Oetober 9, 1003. the citrus Industry. higher/ this year than last. i t l man than to keep him neatly -- t. j' 'r-,.. ;.. ": .\ t: Q)"" =..... -.
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,The idea 1* to use the muck, thousands I * -
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The recent storm did -damage/ con8lderably' dressed .His. clothing< : *rc. / l [, \< ': of' ucrea of,which lie at oar feet the fruit' of Florida and If 101 1 heed not expensive but .. .. .;;"'..' ""t ;;... 1

.. S.\VSTHE'PII'IE FOREST; all over the'State to bl"lwand smoke storms/ In. theitroplcshuve.. also proven !1. neat and In.the prevailing 4".tl.$: : \"j.V .= 'O -a>} tf1 ..

The great storm which t has swept the groves In time of freeze and frost. very, ; disastrous to, tropical fruit to \ ) styles. We have a jiico! "" '. ,2 f

",'through Florida has inflicted intermln Get it out at old times; put It' under! the south of uti. : J llneof-Jthese goods 'and ',"1.:'. "" '::J _' rn' f

"able injury upon the pine trees. After shelter! to dry. use it when the" time The fruit crops of more 'northern ( would like you to see them ."' <,j : t:.: Wf\ Q.E 5 ,

':'v;the trees had been cut for rosin by the comes. Andihls applies toearly'vegetables sections have not boon large, and many While they last: $1.00 .,.:" X .". "fi... .; .-. ... _..._ 0.., '). !I ,

.'''turpentine operators It was found they a..well as fruit._,._ seriously damaged, ; so Florida' oranges values only 75c; $5.160' _, ..1-: ,.. . ..is-j ., \ r' .O :,;. r.!
('were,so much injured' that they yieldedto The methods of application are so ., 1' .- '
should command food price. value only $2.98. j .>: > ., f ;.:. 111 '
; thcflrste blasts of the-storm,. And various mention' but ) . x '
I hall our '
Recent? storms! in England : . ... fi Cl I
J played it. : : :"'' : .! aJ.
;'even when left standing the Jackson or two, as others will occur to 'o'ther havuawith and other fruits iA ij v rJ
t apples :.. .' ft) Q'Oo >-
SHOES.
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vllle1 Tlmes-Unloa says, they must men accord l to their needs Dried which are kept for winter Use and 4 ., .... ,;:: :..".>.;.;, :: 0 d
'be In condition that will render themlid In'clods and In sacks It. be 3 I o.\'fjfJ .= .t
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put- 'this county must supply the deficit. for everybodyJxornthatiniest- :-.::::; \ EC.
to the first,,,forest flres i under the .' .
easy pray placed If, .any position trees, Mannatee growers Blumhlketep ., }t- ,- .-_ q a o"GJ"::'
that shall next spring\ ravage the State Pressed in bricks and bound with wireIt 0 I
cool and' If t.heI't'1'8 will' not pay to ihe.largest I U ;: 3 w
That paper.hopes t.hatthe visit of the can be suspended by noire from the what they are worth now, they wlll._ "Dorothy Dodd";: .- -'j o
storm 4 to the. 'turpentine orchards of branches pf] 'the ..trees, there being no -- .
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later.iu the season.MunateoJournal.Mr. is ----- ----- --- -
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Florida will bring he operators generally flame and only s dense hot-wmbko'the - -- ladies shoe"-- ,
to raalUe t.bGr.oslt.lon and will be liable to damage. James Harvey Philips, who 1s a : ALSO.:
trees not 1 Our fall and win I I (I.Iter :
Impress upon them the necessity. of Everyone knows that dry muck will State,manager of the Chattanooga. line will be ''r !
preserving, the trees. smoulder. and burn llself'out. ( to"ashes, Medloiao Company Tenn., and whoa 'to.please. " No big stock of thefn but :

There Lave .been several methods. and then. there. is the resulting fertilizer" ' the head, of the'PhlllpslMedlclne $3.OO a well selected line of the q

suggested for this, and Florida shows from its use Company, of Tampa, Is In the city .a and there's per .. most serviceably shapes! .! I. .

that, as' far as possible. she l is going; 1 have notizrtd half the benefit that guest of the Windsor1;* _ 1 better. sizes, colors and styles we.- I J!

to,.'pro JU. by the example of Georgia will accrue from the USQ. of muck as K The Chattanooga/ Medicine Company also-have could find for the money i)
sod the Carolina and 'adopt enlightened grove and vegetable fuel. All the onanjre t Is:the: largest/ of Its kind In the United' a 'we ask for them. We Invite I
'States= and the. pioneer of Its class jn i .line i of ,, insoection of rI
methods at once. AIDODIr.t.be.e growers with Whom I have talked your our I
I';: stew''methods are the Herty cup or Invariably say "why havn't I thoughtof lobe'w rld. cheaper good +' '* stock and will .appreci .tQ I' .

,'better.stlll, the Gardner tube, which Istaald that 'before'" It remained for Mr. ThU, large/ firm to-day occupies six e inall style 0 patronage.. Drop.in '

I to be displacing' the former very McCool of Pennsylvania to come here large -butldln for Its. extensive manufacturing _' ___. ._.__, __ to; see us when in,town. .
rapidly. Any. ''of these Invention., and tell us what to do. All our thinks and "advertising departments i } :"

however; are better ,than the old way. are due film for thismost valuable In the city ot Chhtanooga. at "
..>.Someone has studied closely the, Idea. Respectfully yonrs, the foot of Lookout Mountain and ; Come to us for Shoes of any kind. l lI f. I'r '

-!forestry of the South and 'recently A. IV ;RSON. maintains largo: < warehousesIIIK] oHIcot r I,
, laid:' at St. Louis, Mo., and San Francisco -

'vlIfJ had a million, 'dollars to in True as Cospot.! Cal. 1 .- 'see-- 5 ijN'N'

'vest,-I would sooner put It.. In South. The Crystal. River News, whose e4l' The Chattanooga Medicine Company : our 50 CounterBargains.PIT _

;tarn pl lands, where 'there wad' some tor. is certainly level headed o'n how to arc the owners and manufacturers of .
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lumber and tbe chances for morpxto build up a town, naak'es the! following. three of the most widely known 'products ':: .... : :: '; "=" ""='-.7' \c.[:!?:::

'grow,,vwlth. a fire law enforced than'in statement In Its current Issuel! in the medicine world. -- 4

.Any'Other form of, lovestlment can "More owns die for .want of confidence ' Thedford's Black Draught, which 1

"think. of." on the parf of its business men has been a. staple product with medicine 1- ... . '

,; H.. C. Putman has contributed and lack of public spirit than .from rivalry ? dealers since 1835. Wine Jbf f f .. .. ', CALL .ON ._.._--.L.... tl
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Forestry and Irrigation an article on of neighboring towns or adverse Cardul has bean made the greatest :
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., Hoe' Lands in surroundings When man In search, seller In its class In Vhe I r ( .
Jbe of the South, which country 'by FOR. .,- ."q 1 O! -I FOR '
he/ptves facts and rigiires claiming 6f a business location
", that'a 9100 p.-ofttan acre may be made and finds everything brlmfull of, hope Thodfords's Black Draught Stock I t9I . : ;

'on pine lands. He goes on to say: and enthusiasm over the prospects.; of Medicine and Bronchorlal has been '' r ,

"'Personally I 'would rather own the place and the people earnestly en- tnrthe market for eight yerrs and is CUTPJUINII. K. 4 Goods.

., the ''oldflelds' of the.South, with their deavoring build up the town, he universally popular where It..Is sold AT. -
soon becomes Imbued with the- same .h Z \. .fzif ..r" '. -cf''''c:? :;
.. lon l8t\\ possibilities If the flames'.are. Chattanooga Medicine Company l.s ;:zr. ""t"""" 0 il, tC itz i '
bwpt put,'than the bonds of .any railroad spirit and as a result drives down his : paying-out money for advertising -9f.1 . 1j" 1-

.-" in'' the United States from the stakes and goes in with t.lie'same In- the rate of more than 9-QQVO per .1' ". ?h j I. ... .-
s svhdpplota of safety to investment terest. When however,'be goes to a' month, and Is using every legitimate > ; \ "

,, dead event ual sure returns. Moisture, town and everyone expresses 'doubt means..'ud modes of.publicity. j. _. .- ;:
'o1taiate'Dct soil are there, but; with and apprehension in the future proaparity ': This firm prints and ,dlstribues. ,In '.,' .

.'4>e forest floor annually buraad over 'of the place, movfqg about' Indulging : all portions of the United States and .- .- .--- ,, -.-.. ; ;

,,aawtll'Ia retarded, if not effectually; in mournful complaint about Canada 18,< XKOOOof) ItsjJidljJS, lrihj,- ._ -, _.,.....-'- --. 7.... --. .-' 1
..,1r84. Moisture for the forest Is imaginary evils which are likely to befall -i d..y_Almanac, uses signs in lOjlXXIBtreeuenr'ln ;( ( \ 4

jir not retained In the soil, roots are .exS: the town bejjaiHrallyHfeeTsIt". ; 1 every Slate In the Union, E Formula tells the story' : :t
y posedr and there-is- loss where there place for him 'and at once shakes 'the I iises more than 10000; newspapers inudvertlsing

should' be,rain. If"'each State spent dust from his feet and pulls 'with all Its Wine of Cardul. and Gro-v'e's Chronic ChilI Cure 1 e :

.fi6,000'annually ta preventing fires,\fortheenforcement \ possible speed to some other town. I sends to its consumers through the : .

\ of fire laws and fore citizens malls; every year more than. 0,000,0(10 .
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While the and politiciansof i
Not a patent medicine< a this spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste, made 01..
; promotion: of Interest; and knowledge in any of. the other counties of this i samples and booklets. The firm to-day DARK "' 4',

#!tmona: the' people,'* who''hardly state are talking "good. roads," and has traveling1salesman in practically' Fluid Extract PERUVIAN Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK "

realise the great: loss 8uft'ered'by tbe coking for aid from state or /govern' every State in the Union and has'a Fluid Extract BLACK .ROOT' Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK- \

community In a forest fire, they would went, Orange; county goes right along complete force in Florida. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD DARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA ,f:

t accomplish, more real good than they constructrig! good roads day Mr. Philips nyt.het.rade In Florida
every
ild." ith. the'expenditure of .t. O .OOO and the result will be that she will In Is rapidly increasing on the producthe It Cures the Chills that other. Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

.o 1 'y:other way." a few brief years have none other,, but sells and44ra Chattanooga Medicine TKe Best General Tonic. No Cure No Pay.' Price, SOc. ,. n.t1 n..

Mrv Putman calls for State and the very best, highways throughout Company is selling large .. a. .,

., D*tlbDaeglal"tloD\ to save tbiirfores'ts a thecounty, says the Sanford Chronicle. ,quantities of goods Into FlorldaTTvery --- ,, '
*'front<< fire! 8ayaoah month in the. year. - --
; Preaa..Everyrdollaryoti'spend And the Tampa Times 'adds the.foJ- .
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-- : 'i : : --'"' lowing testimonial to the enterprise Mr. Philips has recently made.acom .
Caret
: with home and wisdom of the citizens of Orangeand plete trip through! the State,' and finds l To Cure a Cold in One Day TwoDsy CripIn *. .

ott will some day gad its 'way the efficiency of her_offlclala: "A the merchants and druggists throughthe I

:'toyou! ,1, >;Trade with, the dealer prominent official and large tak payerof State. than in good condition, financially' Take! Laxative .B..omo-Quinine T abler .A PV on every :i";
.belptl to pay'the' Orange county recently .better for several. years.
running expen- statedjq .a -- (9. C /YaYLi boz.25c.;
He Ts. now Seven Mutton boxes sold Input 12 months. This signature. '
this .
covering .
of the.tow! C'Qvernment.'belp suptbe : letter to the Times Orange county territory .,
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;: churches: ,and schools, and tad not gone in debt nor Issued bondsto throughly and has a competent forceof ,\
does"you favors that1' 'you wouldtWnk build ;'Toad's but was, raising .the salesmen visiting every dealer In

of even asking of the dealer necessary money "by direct taxation. this vicinity, and reports a splendid ++ Georgia Sontliern & Florida '

does 'business in some distant And be made: the mphatlo&gjtlaj ment sale on the product throughout. DuvoJ rs i '
: r that'all of the citizens were glad that County,-Times Union. Tropical Nurseries, l E.A.c:: ::...w.A.Y f

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this policy had been pursued, and Notice. '' 8UWANBB RIVER ROUTE..

,J>xbe':' :latoct thlnjr'in[ the way of .cam- hey were particularly thankful that The firm of Strickland.'Johnson Orlando, Florida t 8CHEUULE8. IN KFITRCT JUNK m, IBM. t

the county' had not been bonded.We ." l>lIlu I .. t
p4gn'buttons( shows Teddy Roosevelt has"been dissolved mutual Klyer.it quickstep
consent
by
: I If.you'intend planting/ any Fruit Trees this fall send me list Lv 1'"I"tk., . m |II in II I IS a m i
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:.jflyd.Booker. . T'' Wal. lngto. .dlnlng_ toL. hope! that all the mothers of and the undersigned- no longer con of wants and 1 Ly Jsekwnvlllo 7 Ali n in 7 411 a m 4
your can save you money or Orange Peach and Ar VnMottaArTlfUm. II' a5.i
i thoroughly happy in the atmbspf community have read the advertisement nected therewith or in any way responslble Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. '. . It a4Am'm -'Ji-00 8-lp a m"" i
congeniality that surrounds of Dr.. Moffett'a' teething powders for the business after Sept. Ar. Cortlulo. 1 46 a m l 48 p TheAL'T

IA while just above their head (Teething) that has been appear- 1st, 1003. j. L. STRICKLAND. t GUS" :W. R. SPEIR. 'I Ar Am..I..".. 7 rs s m iS OSf m $i
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s-out clear and bold the ,word lug in th.ls paper, as it comes to us Ar
Dwellers on the bay front report hay + ++++++++++++++ ++++#++ ++ + Montgomeryo 7 M p m f
$ alltyl/: "The Is small J and endorsed the ++ ++ +++++ +++++++++ fAt t
picture highly << by best people of I -- u. .._.-- __'u _
ing seen this morning a wonderful Macon 40 41 .
pies but little spaoe.'but'there 1.wortd he land who have used It.. Teethlna waterspout WILLSBN, JR., I I ArAugnl.IsliR an. Opm8.35pm
some miles out on the ocean. J.M. ,
of meaning; In It.-Pensacola II not a patent medicine but favorite t
araal. '" prescription of Dr. C. J. Moffett who The vast column of water could read. : .. ( NOTARY' 1'UBLIC... >ll __ J. W. THOMPSON, Ar. Atlanta.c. or G,5.. ... 726.m 48pm
,," . fly be seen from the shore and several -l STATE AT LAROK. ) At Tolumbin.Ar 7 111I am.. .. '"
" T ad u a ted at Jefferson Col- (
& Medical Birmingham 13 20 in .. .
i Valley Gazette U 'prepared to loge; Philadelphia Pa., and has had observers enjoyed the'phenomenon.Three .- Real Estate Agent. Funeral Director and Em- Ar. MeinphJ* II 011 pm.p ...,,.:. .. .
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kinds of Job Work' in an up-to- separate and distinct times the KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. N.O..AT.J..
Ar Marietta.Ar ,
much experience in the treatment of .Itsin 0 l ,
i manner. .on short noticet. spout could be seen drawn to the balmcr.Se1JD.mee. C'battnnooKn.. 1 no pm
children up p m 1 O0a m
and ina ,
: ; his Teeth
,'j becoming .A Lore Letter. Naihvllle.< . 58pm (I 40 am
clouds and then touch the surface of ..
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torffessloaa of Ii Priest., 10' popular' be was forced to abandon the ocean. The show took place during Would, not Interest you If you're : :Fla.. I 72/pm ILL. CANT a. B.
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tbe general practice W'devote-hl.t.lme looking for a guaranteed Salve for
;'Jno. 8.'.Cox of Wake Ark. a storm to the eastward.-Miami Laos t. a.
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I ,, UF ..12 years I suffered from. hat have saved the lives of thousands Evening Record. Ponder, Mo., writes:. "I suffered' withan ArClncinuati...... . 7:10: am. 00 p5 ,l ;
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lowfJaundioe.\ : IoonaJllteda'num- : Beautiful ugly tore for a butt a box of ArCAicaago!.... ... ... rn
of children. It in claimed that 'noth Complexions. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured n>.. It's slam
of physicians and tried all sorts of .ling equals them for the Irritatlons'.of Are spoiled by'. using any kind of the best Salve on earth., 25o at. Osceola Tr Solid..ln. tralai from JackKinvllIe to Maceq
lines,,bnttfot'-no relief. Then'' Ito Y from Paiatka" connect at Valdoata with. J
teething and the. troubles'of preparation Pharmacy. lralol..ol"llIortb from
'' I summer that fill* the pores of the lackHinTllle.
use Electric Bitters and feel j Local aloepere 0It. Dials river train lor Ha-
children of any' age and no mother skin.., .The beat 1I'a7 to clear ,
secure Broke Into His House.S. eon renlalslna In depot until 7:80: L m. ,
fbos nowcured, a disease that with small' children should Vu
be without free Pullman BuRut gLfeplnp Can from Jaekioo*
from
IDe'D', grasp-' for twelve year.." them." "' complexldn, sallowness! LeQuiniiof'Cavendlsh'Vi6 ,, was vine to at. Louis Tla-ibovo route without i
pimples, blotches etc. Is to ohnnne ol can ftn Dixie Flyer train, el
keep the* also Pull-
Want. 'a'rellabl.. forand robbered of his customary health by m.n'l Brest.'... .
medlc1a8 Fresh' Fish and Oyster liver In ,good, order; 'An occasional oration[ .of Chronic Constipation.When P rion, same train to Chlo.'owlthontehaDve -
I, Kidney ,&.trouble, stomach' >Fresh Fish' Tuesdays,' Thursdaysand dose of Herblne: 'wtllcleansethe bowel Dr.Klnfir's New Life Pills broke For lohedQlri soothbooad and othef lalo I ,-
\ or' general debility Saturdays-07lte. after Oct.*1. mstioo.ddny, ,s.
Intojhls house his trouble was arrested
regulate, the liver and so establisha JAB. RAPT5Tor
Bitters.. ., it* guaranteed Leave orders- 'at the* *bottling work. and now he's entirely cured. 'They're QleuaoapuMO,.}Agent. Sot W.Bar Bt.* ,.-
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'Pbaroiacy.; Only GOo w.. CHA8. ,BASS.. ; aH clesr'heslthy''complexion druggist.' ' .' .boo at ruaranteed', to cure. ,',2So at, Osoeola* ' C.:B.! RHODKI,' daokaonv111._ ,. r ..

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TjifrKJ8Slmme6 -- tuner, Orlando. ., ,Horses for Sale, 1st ".'f Quarters). I I.*. ***.*. ***,**;**************** ;.

TCLEPHONB N0..,"1... Weather still fine Two car'. ;load fUll; received. Any I take this,method of Informing: my I J Profession'; t Cards.)
...... Improvements TH'U i :
JBYEEY.' unabated kind, any price. Among'' t.be.ot.. aresome friends end -customers'':, that .I have!1 Ii e J AR8FRAUDS ;

f tiJLISHEp . Local showers,this week. of.the best family horses ever, moved my store to one of the hand- __f
Col. brought here; also lot of trained " '" .. ......
J. a recently
erected -
W Aderhold some new stores onscuth "
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p UND AMARU I ., Tf' ehortvi.it! ; last' week, ( paid Tampa. a 'Indian, cow ponies..Hoaagy .. end of Broadway, ....where I will !! .1 P.A. VANS. : AONEW.I .' .

OHUROH DIROTORY. New lot Of-Picture lfolddlnar ,. :. BBATTON& Menace.>. be pleased to see and to serve them as [ciS -I ATTORNEY AT',LA 1\........ '
+ I just are : '1'ND 1'-
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rived at before; The move gave me a better -J, '
1I1t'0"" lftlItCB-preaehIQI': '' .ah' gab Thompso Mr. Sbep.: .Bass of Fort Myers spenta '; NOTARY PUBLIC y:
bath, 11 Late and 7' 0,01001 Prater meeLlng Mr. T. H. place and enabled me' to increase my fj fjYTPJN . KISSIMMEZ' 'F.LJ\
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' ever, Thur.da7..eoIDI s, 'I p. Ill, 8&bb&WiBoh Warlow a prominent'attorney portion of the week ,here. stock considerably, and I am thereby inI ",
ol 1/:45 8UD" mornlDf' ot .Orlandowas .In town Miss Beetle, Gardner '' better prepared meet their demand "
; F. IIKLL, Putor.BArrrat on has returned DR// J. W. SIMPSON' ; '. ( .'
CHW* H-O. I. Frier. PUlOrPrellOhlng :- Tuesday. home after a pleasant visit with friendsat With thanks for past-favors and soliciting I .
8no<1&" u a. "". ana 7 In continuance of the I Y
every a
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mwtlos6.W:) i>. ,m.V"r 8ttDd.jBoblOl Far nursery treei; Ora.nge Bartow, same DI: TTIST.
* young Pwrle'a. meeting Thar. call on L. P. or Peacb. am __ Yours to serve, E1IEA tJ:
day 7 p e.6, m.*"Illore" a ways, we' 001II.every. Old Ht'lgbe1 ,Col. M. EDlshoP'o;* hat.t.anOOIlf., "W. J. W ABIN( ] Office over Oeoix>la Pharmacy.Telephone .,

1\r JOIIT'S: KrincoPAI.. Cut'IICH.-D." ..p.rMii papers 200 per huupred at the. Tenn., spent Monday last In" Klsslramee. .t fj a. m. to'lt' 81" +- y +
.e. on the ocond SunM Valley Oazet.t.e 012lC ''''''''''' '''''' OJITIC1I HOURS' .
"nnnth ... ., ; .- He has r 1:30 t.o 6:30
o'rrtio Morulna rrlo )0110: many friends here who. i p.m.:
.4 0'01011 EvonltiK! iierrlo at '4 1M U o'clock. I Pull Has .shipped 100'head of cows. were pleased to see him again.. "" Business: Locals j No 18' :J.n-6' lyr.>
peyt.Rt.CuORCw-Dlvlne: wonblnoncrv and calves ,, .
q Biiili.rAt Morning Suiidnjr. .mill.", Ice third at 11 Hun m<1' ,.7.a in., BT each Q. Tampa, last to Monday.the tykes, .Brothers, to Rev assist W in,A the, 'Myerfr arrivedlestntght l vvvvv*vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvi J I: WHY KOTLja") .C f :DR'. A* B., STEVENS.,'
revival at the Methodist i'
I! service it ':011 p. m. Gaudy: school .19:4S" ,, ... .... : .
For nice -- ""
137.lt.teerv: lc 'dl:1I6 p. nu Pr17ermeethigThunJarevutn Oak Ded. - ,
'V. : m. Roomriits call church and will preach tonight -- ..uDBNTUlT.... .
at TDOv.: m..K.a.erybody on J,,W.
Thompson and See'Sc counter qt Pann's. f" ..... -
I. lI> .oordjailyfDvlted: touteudlheM to-morrow night. The ser.ylce.wU1. . -

"11 1I1'.lo."e.,Aiiix"lAv"il!""_ol Bupt.' .11'T.I.H.I"of. G 4.. aAII..1'.$... Putor. ,JJ Uockersr you wahtthe go to nicest Thompson.Willow Chairs. week. be protracted. duringthe' next Standard Patterns, at Kate's.See I jJLRlras.il' 1 >/Ilce/ ours'i au J Administered.t 8.30: A. .... to. is H. ..., and .

.. those tablets -- to P.-- -
= .;: z : J. Whtdden of So pen : at.Dana's.School 5.O
Bassinger '' "
Official' Weather Report" was ,111'Lown A party. of woodsmen"who were,cutting ORLANDO .. FLORIDA
j4 AnaAO& Ts.'.. TttSSVmt. KnniTuoMDiT : .. last Saturday en route to EaU cedar In Redland Hammock .a few shoes good ones, at Danr 'i. ( *. 'I _
Oallle '
vsmne.. Oct. s, wos. : where bet, will reside. da/s ego found'an old bear* and two : ; P.O. 'THOMA8OI! y' .
11 Headquarters for school supplies at i ...,.101.* ... Lrs.or a
-- FbaSAiJ5.-A nice 10'' or three cubs. armed TAKE DOBUT.GET \. 'fi
: Rain. little place Although, with: Dann's. -t : iLL C'tLLe ...waa... jf e
i4aS' .IIIU; III'_ fall., the country For further particulars : nothing/ except their axes they atiempt.ed Summer Goods at Cost. Gulce & Roald..c. 'Pho.. ::53.._ Office '''.... 41V.W.

-- - .- --.. .. apply to D. C. Miller : I to capture the family by'felling the "Batten. 1CJ.SIMMIE.: FLA. 10

.. .'. till M 1144 e7 TO ... BELGIAN HARES FoR SALE.O. t.1'E'8"J' n which the bears were, hoping sole [I 1ANqE- [-I

6 .nTniliiTjBMonU unlar. . ,.. M .. cents 19 ea.Wfeach.., Apply to Col I, J. x> brain the mother as she fell when Shoe i .at Ktsslmmee. for Douglass. I Ii .
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/ .,.. .... ..... 'A'. fl7 .,.110.. ,W. Aderhold. the little would be easily taken. ; Duzor r
p.vriioi l Van &
y. 0 L Co.
. WI foft .. "New Goods Gulce' & .
theory 'arriving at.
V'.Bwediio cl : Their dId not pan out when put ,
The
4utadav.r ,, H6 011 .... ; building of more residences is Bratton's. i f fl ..
I into practice all '
Fp -- !In prospect. 'We learn of one citizen .as' escaped except: : one THEM AT'' . ,: -
J. A. HIMPaON. K M. who Of the'cubs.. Dorothy Do,M" shoes bave'thestylei '
contemplates the erection. of four It Is ask that lixr Cfa- Hold: only by Dann. l I
$ '! 6urTates-f- r Insertion or-ad ver laeenLa -!' .at-an earlydata.. I water In the BROKERSt,
OSCEOLA
among the reading matter :you ;Seed Irsh potatoes now ready for Ippsatiatchle higher' during. (the Try a pair of Cue4'nQuall"i' -Shoes. i My

bis is "ten cents per line each I In- planting; *2 per.bushel, or W per bar recent rainy weather than for -years.: Sold only by' Stanford.- : R E A-r.: 'ESTATEAND '

i patfo rel. Leave orders at my office. W. 'It rose ten or twelve feet and overspread ))3chool Supplies. at Cube &.> Brat- i PHARMACY.
er.llon. L. Van Duzor. t the country for mile.., At one ton's.. I INSURANCE

ne",C..E. Jones, of Sanford was house a hog that had ,boon floated out I -<
aooooecooeoooooooooooo* I In tpwn; Tuesday looklngafier\ his. of Its nesting place is said to have 8Octl rBubscrlbe'pci' year for, at 4"Bhe Kan's.. Designer., at. 1k k1 tF1MF MFtkA..ktk+ .."f<:tIt".1 i jr'l'l' j-

y News. I property Interests here. swam into the house through the window ,, '
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Local '
Fresh
. .......... I For and took refuge on the owner'sbedtbo Mutton Tuesdays and Fridaysat '"
- --- ......... I budded trees!\ Oranges 'of best, Reeves & Woods' Phone 61. -
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: I varieties Grapefruit., Kumquat Tied only place above water that. ... \ +
yoocooeooooooo Tangerines, call on L. P. Huffliey. could be found. Subscriptions received for-"The De- .
__ signer" at BOo At Ka.'s'.. \ .
--- Rev. F. Q. per year. ., --
Bailey left Monday
night A number of I in this "
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orange growers , . .
Y Rend our Business-Locals. la attend the South Florida Presby section have stated to the Times that No. .the'BUGGY 4

Sendu vour Job, Printing. .tery: which: convened at Auburn J ale on they will hold their fruit for at 'least 2941 )wins '..,'::: : '!. ..I.i .' .. .
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Fruit shipments have begun. Tuesday morning il.bo on the trees. They ars entitled' 'New Line of School Shoes at Gulce .'\\i 1'4\ : .;" 'd',; : .:> -y-- a

;i "The High School still growing. Mrs. W. M. Hutson will leave on to that figure/ and if they will 'standtogether & Dratton's."Dororthy. . '- ,'. :" " jll.\ .. "'to, A 1 _ _
Monday for,St.. Augustine to Join her In the demand thejLwlll'' ., ,.
Dodd" Shoes "
are fully .
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town Monday -
a.crow.lln iMrs.
r Quite husband, who has opeped up an IneUNnoo It: The buyers will attempt to get the guaranteed, you take no -risk. Sold '_ . .,. '

J. Barber spentYesterday with at that place.. fruit at'a much'lower figure.It ,Is ex.jedIn .- only by-Dann. '. -.....- -.:' ,

,t O'Qulnn. C. A. Strickland was in town last pec fact, numbers of them have 'The handsomest line of Spring and

-T Fine lot Willow! chairs at Thomp- Saturday. and ordered the V. 0. sent, stated that 91 will be the ruling price. Summer Dress Goods ever offered in

on's. }1'rlces low. blm'at Whittler where be opened' Jut in view of the fact thatthe crop-la town at Kats's. H., 'C. Stanford

Mr: and Mrs. C. A. Armistead vls a term of school last }londay. hort-far below most of the estimates' We are.now handling some extra ,

d: relatives at Lakeland Sunday. hat. have been published--thore-is\ evcry fine Fresh Mea1.s-Beef, Pork, and . 1.
Commissioner
Attorney Sears went up to Orlandol'rufe.IJI M. Walker was initiated reason-wey; the growers sh M\ltLon-at our market. Call up phone " 'Tlie Originator' of bow .
Into the mysteries.of the Rank heir 01 and give us a trial order.
least 91.50 trees'for .
nu.1 bushiest Tuesday.. get at on the "
of f'aa-eby Friendship Lodge K..ofP. rult.--Tampa Tlmesi: Reeves & Woods. Prices . In Klsslmmee
Senator axsnrt was a passenger one at a called meeting Tuesday night. '
downward trip of the ,Lllllu Tues Hobert Hiram The ladles Home Mission''Society of Stove Wood..
II. Alderman and We will furnish Stove -Wood delivered mis

the MethodsTcKurch( TOO BUSY- Wk.- ,
a delightful IS
gave t
y ay.; .
Moody, prominent citizens of.Bassln- to any part-of town at 91.00 per
", john 8t''elll has been nominated for gor were In town' several days this tea at the home ofltlrs. E. F. Hall Strand. MAYNARD LUMUKB Co.

.. olllco of of Miami by t > week and made .last Friday night, at which the'fbllbv-
\I ie mayor Ije pleasantcalls to this I *
.To Cure A Cold la One Day.
,; mnocrats o4-thaiclty.K. . shop. fog program was observed: Reclta- receiving and opening his mammoth stock of Fall and 1 Winter. |

.J. Mniiulcy ha been shipping the Duck shooting on the marshes bor- ion, Miss Marietta Phann; recitation. ets.Take All Laxative druggist Dromo refund Qulne the, money Tab- Goods to write an Advertisement; of the many good thingshe has'
Mrs. W. J. music Miss
Waring Ivy
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t, which he recontly purchased, dering the lakes south of KlsslmtneeIs It Ita falls to cures E. W' Grove's in store jiUCcustomera.! ',,
the this wt 'k.. : Clough; recitation Miss Efllo Lawson; signature ta ,ob each box. 25o Osceola .
Wcathersby One
grove fairly good now. last .
J1 i party "f '
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i rociifctlon, lO.Florrlo Lawson; read!- 'harmacjr. .
't, ) Johnson who holds a po.l.j week killed fifty and another,thin week .\
psCa Ins, Mrs. l-lcPhat.ter; music Misses ;
1 on w Ith the W. U. T, Co at Long-' killed tfttrty five, each party being outa i i Ivy Clough and Eslello .Overstreet. Watch for his Announcement .

ood Is sending; a vacation ..amongIs day and a night. : In addition .to the program above I ,

friends here. Mr. W. R. Harney, representingChase \ ilrs. W. L. Van Duzor who is one of "

F, Williams of \VhltUer, merant &.Co., of Sanford, was In town the city's most talentedmusicians"con' ,,psi lr Next week. In themeantime.he will be pleased to have you call '

_t of that.place and a former Conn-; this week buying oranges.' Mr.' Hare rlbuted several selections, that were and look through, < ;; .?. ? .,,, .t.,, " <.; :',"..,./....:, ,? '. '..:.
Commissioner, spent' .several. :day. ney's. father was'one of' the 'pioneer greatly enjoyed;....,Limes'-; :'Pborigo won ;

1 the week In town '> ', ' citizens of Klsslmmee! and will l be re many ,'applausea with -impromptu THE LAGESTSEOCK!

l' Mr. ,0. Udiovvse of OcaU-, arrived niembered: aa the editor of .the t.Hltier'eet. address' on ,the' ''' "Joya of Youth". ., ...
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're'Monday, and Tuesday tookpas'-"- ) .; {tp@immee'q! :first newspaper.: *rof. Oliver-gave' .' a short talk 00;how .re.;""f"f.t, . '. ,'?m.',". '' '.' {,.''',"'...,.. ...". !,... 'J\.t..!I.> "" , 6Yw ,

.:;t Lge on die Lillie 1 for points down the J.-W. Watson 'received a carload of "to put something In a boy's head,": ,'ev brought. to.Kissimmee. '' '" ; + ''

,'4 ver on a business mission! furniture Monday which...was placed which was pointed_and. full o'f good " .'
," ._ fn-hi* new'build Ing which walt ari be .,uggc tloo4. An address by Mr. II. .. ,
.. Uev. H. Ulee of Plant City came'up i14 1 .. T -
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and will devote entirely to that branch 01 A.. Bratton on the subject -"How cana :. '
i business last Monday at nightslated .. ,
In'the services at the Metho- ills business.t lie already had a large man fill a woman's place,'" was attentively ", 1 y' . f'
stock 6n hand of handsome goods, so listened for. Refreshments '; ll
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t. church with tine sermon. sa 'v7 /. .i'VViT4/ ; ;: t,
'j ist a : ( I ,
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, it will now be no trouble for "htm to consisting of chocojate and cdrtte were e lr '\ f\!, -'" 'i") -, -'....*.; ) ar .-. '- \. ./'.;t, :-
''I Commissioner J. S. Stratton was /. '' :., "", '', :t' '. .: :'-; .. "., ,
't all orders of his erved. No admission ice wascbiirg- ,
. ill customers.As I Rubber Goods for Householdand V )''1'1 -1'-ii" .V >,- '..',; ' .t. MJ .
biggest loser In the .
,,'" robably the a result of the meeting of the {!d nor collection taken up, only a* Medical, Purposes ... .{' I
runty by therecent storm, He t.blnks'trJ free will Offerings be termed ; t
I cominlteeheld may; asuch '
Democratic, Executive
county carried In stock us fill all .
j by .' g ,
' lost thousand dollars worth of ; "
o a Wa.1 real-. ,
handsome ;
yet a sum '
last to recommend ,
Monday some ths requirements of the house lr } tVVVVVVVV ,
';, M>ep. . oEo.to the Governor for appointment zed. So well pleased were the ladles I keeper, nurse and physician. ..1\: ;
,; David D. Kiad will hold with their In this entertain I "
The
Uev. success
;y as. Justice of the Peace in place of I In design and quality, they are \ "
,r;, vices lu the Episcopal: church On Judge Harwell, lued..Ma.jor T. M went that they decided to give a slm peifect. Many Improvementsare ) ,1'I..'
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). unday next. Morning service at ilurpLey was chosou. The selection lea liar one each month hereafter.. found In all these articles .., ,.. ..
'( D.30 o'clock; evculng" service at 7.30 anti satis :' ,
good one gives general which increase their,, utility; -.1' .",
W. H< Macy Dead.. .
(:. 'clock. faction. ., convenience and durability." '

J:{ J, S. Walker, a promlnentwerchant Capt. Gilbert of lh Str '"Polly"brought The following, Items Pine of Castle local interest We_aeslJQ.wjng.a!: fine line.!! o VVVV V V- O\O O iV ,:;;y
ai'e from the
' (rUassFnger, wee hit lI8cLlnjl busless taken -' correspondence of
In e> load of grapefruit from toO the Orlando I

t a\1 er wlth.ihe In town) V.thisweek.O. for.his He faUIppl'Y left an ore the Lee grove for shipment Mqnday has I : SentinelReporter NOT' ,WATER BAOS, .SYRINGES, j g; NOW IS' THE', TIME |; 7' ')"

night The fruit from this strove II. has been 'aftUeted .
j) fob] -work. . W. Macy, who ETC. ETD., j ,
been sold ID bulk and those who have. with an eatingca.ncer:: for. a 'year., 6F \ :
. I. C. Miller will soon begin to build seen It estimate that theyield (of or- more succumbed Oct. lst tQ the dis | of the most approved style. I I :

.' handsome store room between bigI' anges and grapefruit) will reach closeto ease. He was *5 .yeast of age. Until The prices will 'prove as' aUI I I FOR:6'0 DAYS ss _

,,('I' :)arbor shop and the new store bulld- i 5,000 boxes of the finest .- three days Vefbr,hj8 de&thhe retained I tractive as the quality.

: ng of J. W. Watson. So the townnllnues '; 'ttegrove is a very fine one and shows I IENTIR. LINB % rf.f'2f
'ct j his mind. He had made his home PRICKS ,WIM-I .Bsi REDUOBO ON,, OUR, 4
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to grow. the effect of Intelligent managementand with his eon- Paul. Burial-' services

. r r B. C.. Stanford received' a telegramisday keeping took: place at'Orlando cemetery. Thursday Kjssimmee Drug Co. : ;:

.. i morning announcing the se- Miss Ruth Little of Plant City and a afternoon.. -- -,._ -.-.-- 1T f; AllTeYsoor1rfdebt) ;d.To-Tnerrwlll: : please -ca11 sand -payrfr ,.,

louI\.IIIDQIIII nil mother in Georgia niece of Mrs. D.; P. Graham of Kls- Mr. James Griffln and wife and Mrs. .. j, the { 'accounts. ,_, as same-must. ..bo.cloud up' J

. he left on the first train for her .Immee has been assigned to the Wood all, from Klsslmmee,. .'paid thy, -. - .... !, ? gJ r,

''a::, Iide., We trust; he found her inv school at-Lanler'. -It. teacher. She Atens ''a pleasant visit last Saturdayand ". .

t f ro.tnjf. left last Saturday for that locality 'in Sunday, returning. home Sunday ; ,' WATS0N 8.
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'': Gen'. A Iverson has been' staying order to be ready for the opening ''of' night., 1 ,

lotel KUslmmee'for' past. sev- school Monday. She' is a'young lady Miss Addle Tanner is vision

t _1 V. excellenttr'alts and feel sure 'rlends-at-Klssbnmee' tor few weeks. OO .
days where he is under treatment --f many : : we a VVVVV VV jV VV VVVVVV
j, If Dr. flicks Jpr bladder trouble with she will give'entire' satisfaction to. her \ VVVVVV, f' .

:f hlch he has suffered for some time. patrons and become a favorite with The Matt And The W. ..... .T CYi. : .

is, is Ve usual hope he good will, health.soonbe, restored to all Dy her reference pupils.. to the proceedings of cross A man a railroad wilt run-. track as fast!In frout he can.of to a )) "!""t"t"t1"1""t"'t"1"'t'11t1"tt"t1"t1tt1""t't1"1""t1" " "! "! ' .. " " " " '3-

q [ We tender our sympathies .to O. C. the County Commissioners, also. to a train, says the KansaslClty Journal.Then -, C''''NORTH KISaiMMM.' d PHONC N.8

i elee !in the bereavement he sustained well written communication, in this issue he will watch It till it goes out :

..U Monday by the death of his, sisr of the V. O it will be seen that It n of tight. Then he will walk leisurely ;t: I G. W.. GRIFFIN :
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Mrs. .1.I.Bro.wD' which occurred has been called by' the Counelection away. U&.eeml to be alf right and .r. "strnriuw.. } k '. -- }

'] I her home In Columbia county. The ty' Commissioners: to be hold on the probably. Th'at is a man. "A A ;,woman .. ', e.n.70AeSee +
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telegram decide whether in a street car will'open a satchel Accident Nay ;Occur to t
announcingberdeath'; was 28th day,.of November to How.. .. fancf'familyfi'r ceries1
the first. Intimation he bad 'of. her illAlma ; Intoxicating liquors shall be sold and takeout. a purse takeout 7 satchel a dime ,..01&. ,.'. i I ;
the
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and close the purse, open
of two
e'l in the county for a period ;years close the satchel ahd lock 'A fire may! occur any:day,; !
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Miss next ensuing. This action was the re- put purseln ::: -
,Bass took psssageTues- the of 'thcounty' both 'endl. Then, she ,will' give .the Your life must have an end.' !c ::3E
"y morning on the Llllle i for South suit of a petition of voters will 'give E FRESH .M :A TS
dime to the conducLor.who ; side j ==
; the safe
ort where she will have charge of 'a requesting it which was got.ten"it.h will Therefore to boon, :
hoot for the several months.ith .- but little trouble, and the Idea Is her a nickel back. Then she open : .

her went next the best' wishes of her proinin .here, being entertained even the satchel, take out the 'purse. ,close you. need INSURANCE. ==: ''Delivery'eyei'y day, at'any: .J hour ; patronage olJcited.Jf ,
ta.or..J.hela.le; that thselection the satchel and; look both ends. Then! :J. M.. Vftllsbo.l .Jr.. will be glad to 1 -
+, its who .
,c of friends, and if we mistake riot"signs" by';some the buckel at the: ba.ckof tUlutuiUli11111111U 1UUI WluwW1Ul(1UUlUUllUullUliui&(
will Osbbola In the dry she will 1fo\ .
'4 a mucb'deeper'feeling'olent f place" her, belt. tell you.THBJ COST. ; .. - ,. -. I:
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: it t,. DUTIFUL 'StfN.Rlnry lEe Zebrule a paper Is lu .existence, of course as a WM4 .AnlMte ImCaptivity o.ptl..ItJ'. '
I I I I'' conveyance It would have no legal efi'f, changer' animals' nsitttrai 17'
h ,' About II1..C..n... Fn.iuttie" Otheraide A 'Coming. Mule. feet but as a declam.tion of lnteM. A lion captured when It Is full grown.j .

t : REPORTER !, I ,.f the'Tortd.. -- on the part of 'Mr. Juckoon'that tltlff f j will always. be treacherous' ,, but lions, '-.,
I' ",* tine of the fluent traits lit' the ebarnctt'r .Professor Cosrar Kwart. of,t'ell.ellik.I . to the land around this tree'o should not .tigers leopards or other carnivorous. j
.-and om.REFORMER j< of n Cliluninnii, be lie: of high orlaw )M been experimenting for the last pass to his heirs, and the land around : animals that have been born In captitti: .

estate, is his iinVinmilcd reverencefor I clg'h .years' to nee It superior mil inn Is i the tree being given to ItseJIf ns It iry' can be. tamed till they ar.'CJult...fins .'
: : his narcntii., jjiln t-oiiipK'te' tmbuiH-.: for military. purposes could be got by were'and' lit that way to tbe public.the r .gentle antS affectlootto as poodleCmnnnt -, f f.sop.
r any rich man could don to parental rule, writes a correspondent zebra-horse His bn."f'no" be circumstance Indicating i .
[ hybrids. efforts., paper might a II f/ ;
a city wltli as | of tli<". Teuang.Straits Settle-
many gone "beyond experimental an Intention, to dedicate the : ,
I ;.- works as Jacob A. went) llullcllu From eurllest .cl/IIil- stage, and'he bus nucoeodi'd jirodufIng .In lid .to publicuses, the''landeplbractelIn 1 e.r._ ... Cn.ItyloealapplloMiona
thrust upon New : hood tie ,In. taught to' r'pon Implicitcoiifldenoc : deed ;(; .uOh.ye.anotreaabtheudGewdoortionottheset. -
an anfm'nl which stronger, nroro l -the being adjacent to a public 1 '
writes Lincoln ( In hit imrcuts utul to rendercheerful vigorous and more Intelligent th.in-the street; natal the heirs having acquiesced''' I I W.T to ear* doafnm, and that Is by oobstl.
name would,be called obedience to their orders. And ordinary mule| The Indian Government in .this.* the dedication may ;now be tnlbnalroinedlse. Dmfnass U estuod by aD'
qod himself great; no matter lieu anticipate their wlslie ,the'Inod j Inflamed cnnditlon ot the mnoons llnlnc ol'the '
t , has lately bought two of his complete. If the tltlo to 1.not I.
made his money, tho umu -would The adoration of a ronlly.. Dutiful son i Enstaohlnn'Tubti. When thi.tub. is inau.edyouh.vearumbling .>.
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-.- --- -- --- - -- I aonndortmper.foot
philanthropist nib In a reporter. for his pni-ents. IK practically IliultlCKK .. hearing" ana wit.. It M- eatlrelyoloe.d'penmen.
evils lie, exposed! 'dlmuovervd. and the degrees ot respect for them Is ,I Is the result,sod...... th.Innammatloa _
reporter; as a'fl>porti-I':lio-vrjung I often no marked ''Unit It appears io 'the I, eso be t..k.a ant sad this t.be...
f eiarts withthem;- ruin the uninitiated to In- reverence borderingon stored to Its normal oondltlon hearlnc will
I be destroyed 10ftT '. Nine oases out otteorcoftuiej /
wUJi his *Ton ti" compelled awe. There; OrJU!! limits to the by catarrh.whloh Is notblov but a*
city -officials concede.: the length: of 1111rhnnrelil'1II'b: ; a trend l Inflamed eondllloo-ol the DlUCIOU..ul......
.oggeeled or approved. Consider son will,\tudt'I'Qke': the perforninoce We will live One Hundred Dollar for any'ea.olDeafneuennsedbyoaterrhthntcan..

Steforms It, was Itlla who exposed of such acts ae. be knows or believes1'' Dot be oared by Hall'i" Catarrh Our..Bendtnr. 4 4r
ontamlnated/ state of the city's ,, will Rive pleasure to M* parents-wbnt ', olrmlan free F.JOntiiB*Oo...Cole4olO.>
apply, and thus brought nbout he knows>> .lu be Lie tJtll-lIlIs luring! p gold by Dtltlf lets, 74o.
.porcUase.iot.lliei.TPholc-Crotoii tho.Jallt few days n, very1' trhing( In Hall'' Fainllr TUU lire the bast.Ifoinlns .' r

shed., It was Rile wbo forced 'stihc'e(of' This cote to-o hoUcc."We' '' .. ft Ina".rt 110.11( _. .

struction of rear tenements, and refer to IJnl' Pnlk blew r. very busy When Dr. Erwin:possessions! were,
relieved! the hideous darkness, }) man who" trnveleir'alt tjic \\'a)' froin"| In transit betwnpn Oklahoma and Morrlll ?
density. of Hfe-'mnonEtho poor.. It ) BrltlRh North Borneo 10 Pensng' tot taM Kan.:, In lit' Jarcb a ,tine Arabian i>

the reportefwlfb. his Hugging f .tkc pnrt hI the-vclelira'tlon of the revrntytlritt horse was lost from the car. The
lumlvori'nry the blrlli nf: i horse (;wiled up. rut week at Its old

'Ills moth'eiY rllll'. Chenjt {.('RIl' Ngoh, home lnOklulronin, ,, and was an rightJCanaas -
widow of .I.l'rii How Kwrouo of tin I" City JtHirunl. "

\ best known, luevchnnls nt 1'i-naug for '

rears prior to bin death. - WOMEN :
y The ..'celrhrntlou fe tlvltles commenced a ,R1r KrM'M'F," A I DYSPEPSIAUF, .
on Tuesday last, when 'n large ,

number of relallven anti frlrndv',wcrontcrtalneif .. +\ .. j *'
a-
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at dinner liy (he i oii, at OS [ "" --" ---1"

Klue street who responded to the toint A ZKUKDLK-UALK: ,1101(812:, HALF ZEBRA: :'
i of his inoltier's 'lirolIK In n' very neat ] _'- I ..

; ; '' ,speech teeiulng with ffllcllnus nllu- tide ," ns he calls,tlieiu. which ,"
j now In tho heirs of Mr. Jncksoii It
; 111011 to the; venernlile lady to whose' !
I are now at Quetta being tt'MII'IInll! to may be vested in the public-under tbe '
; careful l tralulnllnll' good 'nl'o he Attributes I tb@Ir suitability" for mountain 13 13I 13I 1
I battery theory above referred to. 1i
much of bissuccess( In life I t ,i
I worst ; so work.Tlie authorities ,hnve for somuj.years It Is obvious that the simple methodof '"
For the mnusrment t>f tliujioor anal 1 lu
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I ,j met with considerable difficulty deeding the land directly to,the peapla i
enable them to share in tile celebration '
lii obtaining good Jacks for their mule
I 'I i Is" safer nnd more practical t limn ,
I there was a performance- ChineseWnyanz breeding stations In India. The pick' tho above plan. However the peculiar

In front of the" Clilucce town | ot-the Spanish Jacks have been bought conditions have .endeared tho tree to :'

ball lu full swing all Tnt ndav. | up by the ,Americans, who have bred the heart of the people, and I believe
,I>lm Palk Kle\v.\ It III'I,1' mentioned. from them more carefully and .clvntlfUcnlly .. 1,
IK tire managing/ pnrlner of I ilieBnn than the Spaularda themselves. "

: Chin Lee opium rlrlt) RiiniblliiR! j IndIa. 1 III also. now trying experimentson -
; j and pnvrnbroklng fariu of the- whole Its own account with zebras which
: of British 'North Itonioo. Tic lit also have been obtained from the linst Afi.rlca 1

I the agent'of/ the StrnitH, Kcbo In 8nndakhn : Protectorate. II *rds of these i
; pad all parts of n. N. K. We beautiful .creatures are frequently I tJ I

I cordially wish, him n safe ft'l1rpll'lIInut"O'olto ho .1It't"n o.n 'the.Tnmrt iiVPr7T: nd drives w
I on hla: return to Korneo.. and are organized for the capture of the ( I ,.P..P.I
to the worthy lady to whom be l Lasproved .
.. young zebra stallion fop export to /I
,
: such- dutiful fin we ex'tCnd/ India Jamaica nhd elNcwhcre. itnron
: Mrs. E. B. Bradshaw
of It
heartiest rouirrntulatloiiK on 1 Hieocjaslon
tai, our de I'arnna of Brazil: where he has '
.. *' of IIPT sovcuty-flrst 1 blrlbduy. bred and traffic spvornl. Fnys' the Oulhric, Okla., cured of a severe ,

'. : zehrule: will be the mule of the (wea- + case by Lydia E. Pinkham's; J
, '" WORDS OF WISDOM. j j I tletu 'pnturr.-'l'ht' K.liin.: I Vegetable Compound.

t : ; < : \ : >:racy I Is A good--servant lull n pour, j' tb-O -; ;- : A'great many women suffer with a. )
q C : THE TREE: THAT "Tree that Owfiit Itself" is
: I 'nslt't'.- -II. Houhoiir\ I I 'per form of Indigestion or dyspepsia which' {
; II 'OWNS ITSELFThere fectly safe.-I* B. E. in Country ute does not kcera to yield to ordinary ,
A great mind will neither give au I in America medical treatment. While the symp
affront nor bear It.-Home. I toms seem to be similar to thooo of
is a grand old oak In Athens.Gnr. .
A invested U better than a !, ordinary indigestion yet tho medicine
pnpe ;
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.. Hint !Itself.. Prevention Bettor Tiian Cure. I
nwnn Many yours
universally do
r volume hurriedly rend.1laenulcy.Both 'I prescribed not.
, ago Chief Justice "'. II. Jackson of the It, Is coming generally to b w man'nnd woiunnklnd belle' I Iliolf |j I Supremo Court of Georgiafwilier! ( of Men in (;'nanny which Invented the condition. \
nature when they art not kind.-Bailey.: the lute Chief Justice) gave tbe following sanatorium, that Its tunlii role In tho { )Irs. IMnkham claims that there' f
Let there l ninny window to your I deed: treatment of tnberculoHls Is educative I j Is a kbpl| of dyspepsia> that U rauaed. <'I

C soul flint ajltbe. glory of the universe "I. "'. II.'Jackson of the County of Curative It may bo, but it Is far moro by derangement of the female organism -, i
I and which, while It }
). eeJ"I mny'bt'outlry It.-: AVllcox. j j, Clarke of the one part, and the fink valuable ns n means of Imparting ; almllar to ordinary causes indigestion disturbance '

What Is defeat? Nothing: but eduoai i,; tree" (liere defining Wntlon_"of the knowledge about prevention. Until all cannot be relieved without. "

tlou; nothing'but the flret Htep to some. }i County 'of Clarke, of the other part: nntt-tiiberculous serum is discovered medicinewhich not only acts al.. ,,W,'''
tillog.bettJ-W..utlt-1i: Phillips j WltneKBCth. that the tiaid W. II. JackI jirVventlon, rttnnlus tho only efficient | stomach tonio but has peculiar uterine ';>'>.,
I I for and In consideration of the i tonle effects well. .
Tbe Influence of Iu.dlyltlttnthnmctt'r 1 won menus of dealing/ with this malady., as '
great nnVctlon which IO' bpnu said I I Thousand of testimonial let /. "
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extends: from gencrntlon to getierntlon j and It Is illm *t n pity.that Us Importnli .
tree and his grout desire to seo it ters prove beyond question that .
protected .
iiliT irilv
nllee- been obscured the
i by
-the world Is moulded by It.Muck-ad.:
nothing will relieve this distress-- }/
has convoyed, and by those "fresh alv"'curo. Of "fresh nlr" preI I
No man is the mere resultant of his log condition 11011'11' an 4
; presents doth convey, unto the sold onk'' ,'pnUon.Ve cannot hear too much. j JL.ydIa>
'". K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Common -
past,misdeeds but each has In himself
tree Itself and of
jpntlrc.ponsi'sMnir'of .
With windows In It.
open especially fbc\ In liar-
a fountain of incalculable IIpoutoUt'ltr.nlltl Within ,. female ;
lands feet of It
all : eight on all
tA flt's'lIl1 to tbe Inundation of "' .. .purer air of night, 'ond Hiitllclcut f open Ides.' -'-- I
i i defy tubercle bacilli. When Airs. IMnkhnm advises sick '
the moral forcer of humanity and the The Important quendon' now arises. the renponslbie members of the women free. Address Lynn,HI a... r I
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benignant spirit of the world.- NY, Is tll'ednlhl' thin. ,
this .On point WP
. -, Clmdwlck.: "t'*: ' : '. I 'are glad to quote the opinion one of rhmert ing.hygelst'follow: rather the advice than their of every Oo'r'r . GOlalp.Proo-----; : .

: .. Grant me to become bcnvtlful In the present associate'Justice's, '' 'of the Mrs. Crawford-t-Have, they much.
nornnce and prohibit public expectoration .
Iho Inner man, and that' whatever cut- Supreme Court of Georgia I nit givenIn money; ;_
there will remain
soon no
tubercle
ward things I havo may be at peace an Informal and unofficial letter: Mrs Crsbsnaw-Why, they're so ,
)bacilli to Meanwhile tuber' ;
defy. a
with those within. Mar I deem the "By common consent the ground supposed culons patient dies about sevenminutes rich that. If they: preferred they couJd i I'
wise-man rich and may I have such to have been conveyed tn the this. every. afford: to slay in town all cummer.
in London
country.-
.'. I a portion.of wealth as none but a tree has been treatedas not belongingto Chronicle.In I September Smart Set.STUART'S.
,''r prudent man can bear tup. 'This Is any one; and If a tree could acquired l

4 :, '._. _JF prayer:.enough for me.-:Socratrs., title to supporting earth by prescription FREE ;
t, "this tree would have long Southw r the smallest London ,
F' :rich In sentiment and strength I see beginnings In man. no end; GIN *nd BUCHU
since become tbe owner of the little borough there were more lunatics last r
not achievement unfolding
,
courage. lie'gave facts and wrestling ; .'
." the city pay. 'The man has eo ; not maturity. Still he sighs for light, piece of surrounding ground' that Is year toad in any other metropolitan wbo To.all..tr.who,vlth" inffor.or Kidney lo, Llrer the frl.Heart."".,of Bladder Ihoee "1i e"

_ I York tlty t millions' dollars. more light. Upoil tbe borders of the. not claimed by any one else.. If,such borough. or Blood DI.....,* lau pie.bottle of .,_..'. ,
Gin and Such tbe mrrtl ouu'b.,. Kldner .....'' ""
t# lag to the latest principle of grave he stands and stretches out his ; War Medlelne. will be sent Dbllolu..'lytre* ol .

,'benefactionhowever-' this makes i hands to Infinity' amt eternity for light Prominent in the Public eat DRUG :Mention X"U CO.Otis. 91 n'aV paper.; St.'A'iii'ni Adds. BTUAQ'0a.? 'M,
eau the mon a philanthropist; for for progress, for new fields resplendent Eye. ; r

r men .. Rockefeller and. Carnegie with everlasting light aud glol -.- .. .
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"e1 beeii giving money only on Orville Pewry. Pills i
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e"Jlthaf the cll1" or Institution r
.... tha'gifts should raise, as much lever Far From His Starr. That's
what need
+ and Mr. Carnegie told! _me once Probably; there is no trndcsiuiin on you ; something ,

was prouder of what he bad made :AIDc-rleaU"/lol1/ who 1I.t"II"clol\t'r' to his to cure your biliousness, 1

''Cities' do. for, themselves han of place of business than does u certain and regulate your'bowels. You
that be '.h1mself had given. Bo Chinese fruit dealer whose stall attbe need :'1
who has made his city foot the corner of Clay street and Wuvrrly. Ayer's Pills.. Vegetable;

k3, 1b111. is the. greatest.r- .- philanthropist I place Is one of the regulation sights of _I Im gently. laxative. .t '
them AIL Chinatown In San .Francisco. This

.fills I. a lusty Punish emigrant merchant of the curb bas his. residence! Want your moustache or beard

a 'rigorous body, an undisciplined lu an upper story of his modest stand m r nR a beautiful brown or rich black? Use a
J' I that grasps facts as he himself sandwiched in. between his topmost trlk '
them" an Imagination to shelf and an overhang, which projects BUCKINGHAM'S DYE

.emotion to'suffer.; arid a kind. &, from' the second floor' of the house , ,wusv .K. 'I'IIkWatkins'Boy'HayPress
m.
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;;.. ,s 'spirit, to weep whoop laugh and against whose wall the fruit stall! Is
-..uiitt1'I'I: >orrtiI"1 sAW ml1t.--.t.Ja11 'bit ft a i-m, wMf'i In !
told .about'It In words hot with nbout as commodious as a deal packing; "d kt'e kR ., -

tion,, and, because his feeling wa. ; box such as upright planes are shipped .ea, v THE MARVEL OF THE COUNTRY;', "
nine ,He. was ''not content Vlth In, is provided with one very small 1k yr ,

plensaut sensation/ .of' borror he' : Window end one door. \Vhen the labors N
bin readers,' neither-could he be \>t the day arc orer, which in Chinatown .
_ j I dered off on some'other assignment;; is about midnight. (."hat-lie-no 1Jjj
,r turned'' reformer and while the, Chinaman likes to he called John-puts

t continued, pity the reporter up his stall shutters, vxtlnguUbeit his : :
riled to report and tbo 'reformer gasoline light nnd Is ready for bed. By' .

n through despair to set the wrong. 1 means of a ladder he, mounts to bis Two boys can operate II (no otber po.rer need

t," 'I As .citizen, public business came : : ; : Solitary! 'chamber' pulls: the ladder up' ed than)and....bale,of healing the oiop to rliht UK p.in.....tbe.; It held do*at. Iota leM i,
'*n his Interest his own second' after him' and shutting his door in as, r of othur thtnce ..d eo.U only ...n Write, 1
r The power to conceive evil In' snug'as you please until morning. A I u. tt once for circular Mo. tt. r

..vicious. form tailed Illl ts1wnyaa '' close place for a hot night you think E. E; LOWE CO. Atlanta. eorgf.. ;

Gas ft ''brilliant Inmglnatlou. ,I|* but then the climate of San Francisco L OOOD AGENTS WANTED.-.:& -
gathered with the cleverest : '(() Is peculiar In having no hot nights. -at } &H3 (av '

I: "t. in New York'tbe facts of a news least that is what the I Pun Franciscans { ..,,
". and by grnsplui them :'with tell you.-Philadelphia Record. f f, 4 Iy I
pathl'.OO Imagtnntion.'han,so- d e.Banlsh ..
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them ,that;"ids paper appeared to .III .' an4
t ,xiuecJ a Cnrtou _..... "k-a
f10fHJ
_ u-beat" Ills lir-aglnatlow wa.. ,: { I ."
I It While chopping rood ,,luar > Angstlt1r& -: +
; of n child or a genius. If this R ,
named 1 y I ..g. .
:V.Germany, a boy WtlheltnBehr 11..
leo'IQ. .
be never would have done pC 4\ or'by mail.ntC
caught his ax 'against a ''wire + TAKKAlfT
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c+ great work-Indeed, nil'couie : Co..Ch6naJeta.I'fYodl
Imaglnitloa''and :: clothesline. At the same mouientw,, t "
3ils feeling .
; fifth lot. lightning struck "th. The Scholastic Mouse. ,

.deeper lay.his sympathy.than any intellectual Ills life as;you I. 'passed! ,down :the hatchet, and I Bald the mouse 'wltla scholastics. nat,,,, ,
"I"will
hini. tudythe subject of"cat-*?
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t' ....'m."Tte. Ma king of an ; : "d une"1 But when!
puss a
one of gave yawn.
baa beetX stretch
long <
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; '5 a.rma.Yaiold..t1var.klpt '/ '
? .. . r . I Mr Monti was gone
xcltement.on: his sensibilities. The JTprld as It jHf doe) played upon v;JQermany's'oldest sett-going : ... _y .e ml. \ Much quicker, ,than; ..you''' could say't:

a Loud; of musician: ; and since bis I the Krou was built' la .Enjla.d iti l rOPE PI US, ]:. I "Scatl"r..

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SERMON FOR: \'" -:---.--: -.-.- ,, f- ._ \ 1. ----V ,-: __ ,,. ': :i-i __
A V f '
: SUNDAY foiiiitshm0 V, tM! pavilion., everywhere O' Lovei: 'e' V Bear-Kl.itng ,without a Gun rF.A'LL -
walk Silent men who have no aoiwer.tal Why , I \ KIDN CHILLS.
: .
hi. ouestions.. 8uddealy: he find aU the Tave) Jlnisaway.'mo' runs the, timeworn ,\u'old ,huRt.r" d me" tnls, .to"1; .

AN ELOQUENT DISCOURSE ENTITLED inbatiitallte about him,,Gf and the.they lifeless town clustering saying:' which *!.will 'tel'' itt.my own wordi: WHh the chUllnr air ol W COn* an limbs and' dropsy sinM vanish. They

,f DUAL, ,JMINpEDNESS! ,,CHRIST,! ," know that 10" have "been cry dead."Do lor you lon not So, ..hen"Uat.tt1.. 'naked god, goes lDld' bear of: thei' .time" I extaJ0K ..weak Cldneva.-It's UM. time correct a J you yer ,
tim.f' With t\er,., Valje.n awake an3. .tra1In. Doaa'a Kidney Fills are" needed r-now high colored, pain In paedng, dribbling,
feeli,J ai. sin. tile licked a bear without my gun! No I recogvlMd. the :world 0'1'u... chief frequency' bed wetting.' Deans Kidney I
tTl>. Bav. C. J. araamro.4 Kakaa .. ;you not know that all Within the ,sacred precincts (,If.
"Wltli Deap about us. walk, dead people T People .bo heart We1J'll 'tell U to you. About *un .Kldoef and Bladder remedyv V PHI remove calculi and gravel ,Kcllev*
ImprasaloB a H_. .. "
krastcitry
.
the BI hUi Chapter have B0 object. in life but to amuse them- . down, one ,.pleasant Afternoon, I was Aohlno backs areeaaed. Hiri, back and I' heart palpllaU i. slcrplcaknoas, l>eadj ;bevnervousoeas. '
or BouajuMind selves roaming through 'U wood with 'no :paid o..erc>>me. Pwelling1 ditsloess.
of :Flesh ao4 Ml ad of .piri.1VEVILXN. that stalk about in shroud and Twerbelt, to capture and to closely ,

: J. The dwell in haunted chamber No weapon of defense,..when.* to'my horror : I 'BASTS irexisV aUxus.
Rev: O.J. Greenwood generous bind hlmj'r t>nmmu ...- ltws. ,
,< pastor of,the Pant itaptlst Churcl inpabe stir the aoul. no ttoWe aspira- ; I saw a wounded boar. running to.wardme 1-eiled 1'beamC'ltaaa. loould V -"I repairsUterreasankpte Bass's -
( Lea when tha'morrow.dawna EK
ions thrrU-the--depth. of the nature-no- \ One gOt so rebel truss the doo' ; ; of KMteey
who recently aDd
here from ..
came M.rid.u, responsive chord with open mouth. foamIng For Are yssie I hsrs .
ton. '
and is ol the being: yield to the cannot find him.; IbsntohnproveontakIng I ...
Voan., making a deep .
impre.nion ""oic. ]aws!< I hadn't 'the least I4a what Duane sample and =rl:: 'V
Lth' spirit that call. to needles .
Sunday !
preached morblnz "Tho Dual For the lIT rascal l know hi. "'
and way got two base atour =
Mmdedne of )I&u." The text wa chosen aervice. V bout to do.. so I did nothing; 'I stood still Slsua,cad,although OS:: I iLJ'7w k' ; .... '

from ,Roman., viu:8: "For the mind of the In The mind of the flesh, like the r"ne scared to deathi. As the bear ..prueupoa. at ate I am sJmoat a new Untlr cured the.=.... ;
flesh i i death; but the mind of the the old fable, i* contept with mail. A And whore he can steal in, he can man. lwastreubkdagooddnai < tStefc VpllissndlwaOth.iw
epirit beautiful ,pw I Instinctively put out uyarm1 C SSWC Cas. I owe my itf*to U-
,u life and peece.1 )Ir. Greenwood wild swan alighted by: the bank of steal out wlUttny"aIft'-luId. I '&piiea'. tame ava **. V
The eighth: chapter of Roman ii full .f a stream ia which -&. crane 'wa. wading Beatrice E. RIce ia September to ';protect myself and my hand cat BlrbC" up our Tba and U" know, It." KABIB Davis

.tartlina: statements and convincing cli. about seeking easels. For a few moment ,V -- went Into his mouth! Then a happy .. and onoa mom I can I NAMC'w. .. Baa: ........ JE-..'

maze urn.the great assurance chapter the crane viewed the swan in stupid won- Smart set. : thought seised met' r thrust haa1in restthenlxhithroueh. Slybackache i .
.
der and my
beginning with "No condemnation"; ana then Inquired, "Where do 'you 1. aU KOIU and! Po. .T.aLIrCII*, : .
Come from f" "I farther grabbed hold .ol' hl. taU. thank FoG ever so much toetliawoed.rfulunedloiae -I ... .
ending with "No,separation. H is a re. came from heaven, re- I II .. over tweIYe mtwithpsiniath.eesflce.y
liable thermometer! withwhich 'to tAke Dliedthe"swan. ".And where i* heaven T" Himan| Nature and! Street Car*. gave him, a pull Inside out, and'he ran I, lulL".Juio. ,. .TATC' : -T-? -T
Heaven -'S Kidney beakvlf 1_ .... .
ne'*exultant".pir.itual and temperature.tonio for It is a iplcn heard of,heaven aid t"the And wan then, "II .e the.beautiful you never '-rb > street car I* a i-ood place to away from me.back Into *thewoodsi"September I . It. OoaKa IMxUr-Mlimrn rr free trial Co.....0 null io,H.this>.ranpo ZC U ga'."'"only tepureui pteeters -,

did ( ipirituol heart bird study human nature"' said the obaei; Uiplncott's.A t,rud lrrill A I s I. y'refflnl,,,i.I\: .* aidriai *aft = r.\llff.. Doea lCidiie' SlUt
.la lure, If *taken in sufficient dose afe frequent oato.dencribe the grandeur of lD.u..A.Me _..._._.... I .... .- cured me" S 8. aswa.. .
interval, it will relieve that tired the eternal city tike told of streets of ,,ant-man;, "and there are many Reason .IIPo._ JIal-u.Ve, '
.whicli gold, of (.ate* of pearl and wall of : -'-------- --- - -
feeling come over many: of u jasper why thIs is go in the first
place
:
during the summer month, when the hour and the .river of life, "clear a* cry.tl.'' ,, ,' new feature in Alnslee's .1* 'a department

for the Iunday aervice arrive. We epo In eloquent( language the swan Bought' to If -you want to study human nature, of review of current fiction,

cially recommend it a* a vade rhecuni' for wond portray,. but the without boat who live in the heavenly you must get it hemmed' up for a while,' entitled "For Boek Lovers! It Is conducted JVIArCR632'$4; i

, the Christien on his annual outing.. It U intereit arousing the slightest close.Iff On to It', as.it were, and..hoia! : in bright
A wholpialo message to proclaim in then Finally the crane .asked "Are chatty style by a
day when no much i. being said about the* there any' snail there?" "Snail il'! ," re- it long enough to( brlnlf'out whateverapflcialized 'critic -who evidently'; bas an open miadfor -
J>'!ated l theswn' "no'' of"'course. line mar bo'in the
V atrophy of the spiritual nerve and the decline not. there : the product of of the'school:*
any
of religious conviction.Kobcrt . ,- "l'hen, saidthe, crane,. a. it continued its particular specimen Short human RIFLE" PISTOL C JIl TRIDC'ES. '
4 search alone the -.liln of the of notion. In the. September isue
J oui* St vcneoQ. ) marll. pool. .
f great atory of
aNd 'you can have''}our heaven. I nature studies may be pursued In.the there Is t I> ,*' ,
Mr. "want
"Vrt Jekyll liydt' it., .after all, a .particularly Intereatlng V It's tbe shots that hit that count. Winchester '
nails. There are thousands of utreets but rule 1k
but an elaborate working out of the tale- neople to' they are.flashy: as a statement on fiction In general I
merit mode by-l'aul in the text. A strange day church: who are meeting the..&ppeal* of the and such conclusions as one may reaC'h''are of ohn apropos ,, Rifle and Pistol Cartridges In all calibers hit that is, "
> ,
I of Jc.usehnt. D. Barry's no.I.I\
i thia of if not with V the -
book story Stevenaon'a
stranger* lill the ,two mind that itrugclo, and *"'"'" answer, 'at least with tho snail's not as cafe as they might be. It Daughter, of Thes'pl." The doparf- 4k/t: they shoot'accurately: ,and strike a good hard penetrating ,

for the control of the man.. Mr. U attitude. "You can nave ,ypur heaven i Is different in the street car. In away I
nry: want .nails/' And meat a* a. whole Is a eood" guido. for blow. This is the klndof cartridges You will get
the why? Because they leem. .
'
liydo represents mind 'of the flp.li. men and women to be at .

w' ]ou.ie i is.character'4 sinister morodemon, kolliah, sensuous than, murder-human. have allowed yielded the lusts to.the of mind the flctn of the to afroaliixa flesh" and: home In the street car. They ,are off the fiction reader.FITfipennanebtly. . if you insist on having the time-tried Winchester: make:. V

lr Henry .Ivkyll) represents the mind of the spiritual nature. "Be not deceived; V dress parade. There1 one may find I -----' A .L DKaUdtS SEU WISlCREnTna'M.aXE,'' OF c'rramoa.
lie ia God ii not mocked; for whatsoever a man : ctirod.No fits or norvoaj- /M.
the spirit. a Reneniua,.gentlemanly.. somewhat of the abandon of the home. .
soweth that shall he ness after first day's use of Dr.Kline's Great -
considerate, The alntt reap. For he that II -- -------
kind man. two mind
.. ol"cine Men and women art themselves for a
individual have nothing In soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap' :NerreRofttOMr.stttrlal: bottle and treatlMfree

A bitter hatred exists: between them common., and corruption.'! "Fancy may figure the wicked little wbtle. At least, some of them Dr.FLH.KLIK*.Ltd.,fit Arch St..rtila,,Pa '

a fierce war that. wage< hotter and hotter save a*41I4 borne%"! aloft. W.in L.chariot Watkin of the."but sun/' are., But the chief advantage is |In the .litany maker are now building gee en- e C\\\ : Avery, ,& :Company: :
on, a
: end in the
the eoe on battlefield
to *
of the
ry of daylight reduce the fact...that. .the..close: observers has a glues of 2501) horse power, and are ready to -, ?' 'soul. Gradually, skken: ,1 and>r:; Jekyll the inhuman becomes Hyde'despondent thinu' to the monstrous fork of pretentipu the police* -chance'to Icrutlnlze"tbem J to study double this,!,_efficiency.. ,t.I""" <* BANK DEPOSIT SUCCESSORS '

that "insurgent horror. man ttrctcher, the workhouse ambulance, line.and ligament; to watch" fac $5,000 aoo'FIUI. & MCMILLAN.
caged in flesh"'V ailro.d P'are
< tbe 1.00 BIll! OO-Fosm4 Steel K.BC* OflW.It MI. _
' prevail over him arid crushes out his life. prison van, the he....'that bears men ial expression; to '.trace, lip ieccc'htricltles Courses Off...... a -u South Forsytb Bt. Atlanta; ; OaAU. >
to the can na the bent big BOC-pound steel .
In -"Redemption of David grave ere they have lived out haU \ ;yon -'- ac.ri..eo...WltteQulQ ____
Corson"we -
, have the same contest between the.two their day*." V ; to see the peculiar. glancing j range) made la the world, and axe willing to; C OBfl IA rt l-rt BAM ft*.rU HHE>3Ciiiti.., KINDS OF- V

gladiator*-the mind of the flesh and the OB .tbe other hand "the.mind of the of the 'eye; to. listen'to the cbafer' hay It placed In your own home OB three : '
pint 11 life month free trial. Just cut tats aotloe ont MACHINERYReliable
mind of the spirit with the result reversed. andpeace.ir Christianity and to thus get the mental bentof to
' come. to men telling them of divine and send It Baaae, BOKDOOK Co., Chieago -
of the a
In tha person find field hero. Corson", hyde Saviour in whom i* life and Who cam the individual Under these clr* and you will receive free by return -Alis5KNS.M.INADRYTIME
and Jekyll a for conflict. .
In this that we might have life and have it more cum.tanceJf the maa... who is mall a Mff picture r>f the tool rang andBiagy _
f: tory the mind of the flesh a
triumph over abundantly. The BibleUll ua 'of "the other oooUng and beating!.to..l'Oo; HUM THE FISH NmR[ FAILS
the niindof << but the vjctorv close observer ean"ea,1I7'
theepirit i develop
r ) spirit of life", which exerta its will also\ 1'8001. the moat wonderful 91.00
newer '-
not uecisivc.. ......,.. is solely: wounded, but the
among men. Jehovah i* spoken of a* "the the more striking trait- of the ateol'-raoge offer an offer that places WAMUMC.Pfteember .
slain. From the
not crimson
field with beet*ta.l range or beating;stove In the bom .
r uniform soijcd and..tattered, he rites like living God, and tbe Holy Sprit: as His person thus watched. And I may remark .
of any family; suck aa'otrer that no family: this whcn Wet
living arent. "By >ou buy
thy spirit God
i Jacob from wrestling with 'the"an col hath ; that special writer*, men who )
t to BVmclied. the heaven.." In the land no matte what their elronm
find Jlyde mortally wounded and himself forth 'thy spirit "Thou endet 110'far 'do'a here and there stunt on newspapers tuoes may be, or bow small their booms,, t Weoih aothmff" ,ond look far-the"
; they are created In
k. the chastened and changed victor. The .. nood lie without the boat cooking or heating Mme TOWER on The button. .
and observation who
testimony lif..prhlRl men write'of the odds and .
I same truth. .has been illustrated in the go made. .
toi*
'Ihl&aIbndthIflblMhevseto04
; scientific world by grafting the pupa of a from life. The Spirit of God i* ends of lIfe, Incldeat",humor', tragedy, I ,

spider upon the pup of a fly. The result 'I'his manifeit in all his method and work. history, poetry, philosophy and other Mil"" a man acquires a good-reputationOn for the BC5T during a4y.sewaof :
, of the viviscctor. emil i* within same spirit, whose activity i i. exerted wh t-is not found out about him.If . Irxreoiintf 3.ki.'
juonsUr yvtn
i I whose violated in crntion and 'the sustaining of life, i*' thing, men of this kind are In the . ...... ,

r irnl>organism ul""" ". The alruggle one is two a savage irreconcilable . also the spirit of truth, of holiness, of habit of spending some time on streetcars ,..Window's SoothkagBynp; for ohnarfttttoetning : Ifyoac deoJcr wlOrtot tuppyyaa write (or

/ of the jungle wit an abnormal appe wisdom and grace. The Spirit of God every day Jusfto get a line- on. ;.soften the trams,reduces Inflamraa- free alaJojue of black or.yellow Watt-
1 for blood the other "renews the face of the earth turning tlon.aJlayx palnenrei wind eolio.Uo.a bottle oiled '
tite prick Engliiea.
; it an. innocent winter into spring, calling lort" life, old human nature, and they always get roof CO Uf.1ldm.-'UIb.-MU.61\4 BolUra, all

t creature To the with ordinary a passion mortal for-death.the U sunshine.. beauty, fragrance and song. The same it."-Now Orleans Tlm ..Demoer t. It-is easier; to run. into debt, thanto MTM good, for,tu kinds of Wit work. .4 Sizes. Wheat Separators <-, _____

.. and life i. plcuing. W.' repulaive Spirit transforms the human soul. The ". crawl out. A.. 9. TOWER CO. THBSO i1wEay (
adopt therim Spirit of God torfShe our heart; thegreat TON.MAS*.**.*. .ICNTOWtB -
skull and cross bOne. a* the symbolof transaction D. H. aa*.n'-Boi<*, ot 'Atlanta, Oare L -
i* done. Behold a new CAMAMAN CO., \'ei % _
,
our loathing for the former, and show cre.tw-'in Christ .T A TRACTABLE MBMORT."I the only successful Dropsy Bpeotaliatsta the 'II Imu -
sus. W. pass from CAlL se \
'our love for the latter by filling the niche death unto life. We are alive unto God see you( don't remember me,. world. Bee their liberal offer luT,advertisement .-

; of our art temple with Venus de .Milo through Jesus Christ our' Lord, and the sir?" U another column of this paper. ,. _:... ;ZI.I!
and Apollo Belvidere.. is -
There nothing ItJlltltq.... ....
thine which "
all in all to the
are _
sensuouswiriding
"N'oair I don't The baker'works and loaf at the i
particularly -
fascinating about the- dead : ,, sam I -
- stump of a tree.or the verdurelee sand connected are with of value and minister to u* only to.a*the they king are "I'm Sinks I owe, you '50'" time., '" CURES _
of desert. :Mo but
a medical student one ia supposed the grav to robberor be-in dom Gf{ Jean Christ, of whichwe are "Ah! Now: that :you mention the Piio's Care eannot be too hlgalyspokanot CAPUDINE;, : -BEST: IMPROVED SAW BILL ONLarge EARUL .

' terested in co". .... A morgue i* the laat citiieni. -ah-cum. I remember you 'perfectly. . "* cough _-J. W. O'Bal..J sas Third & Engines and Boiler ..uppu.ttpromptly. __ __
If have Avenue,N.-Mlnn poUs aza. 6,1900. CHES.
place you would visit unless compelled by 7011 passed from death unto life ."-Detroit Free Press. '
On the you are not a piece of moral tinkering and V' 1:1: ,Chlngt.'MllleCorn' JMIIIa,'
? necessity.: other band there i* Diamond have charms soothe the ..IfallaTKS' ,
. nothing that will awaken greater Interest ethical cobbling. Regeneration is a live feminine heart. ' 1:1: IOt $* mad ,0. .* DI'.t.r_ Circular,SawsSaw T..th.p"tent, Dogs, $
l than life. To the Alpine traveler! the blue wire. It i. a permanent miracle. You are Study Browning. Steam GOven1ora..Full' line Engines A
gentian i not only a new man, but a live man.' The pirrigia QiU ,
it ,
"jvelconw Bight, a* open. Its Robert 1I'.D1U.DY1U txAtvtgooilav _snare_ Mill
Drowning undoubtedly a --- n Supplies. Send for free
define CatalogueAWMILLSI
petal in the realm of perpetual snows. dictionary a top a. a "cyroacope. per.p.citice.-ibaD others. ,
Sweet !is the oasis with it* shady palm A gyroscope may: be made to spin. But it writer difficult and obscure In perhaps W. L.. DOUCLAS'

and solitary; fountain to the caravan creep is a dead thing, nevertheless. It won't go the greater number of his poemst. But, The smallest. mind. are :ones that '

tiful leg across to the the eye hot of the wte child of ia sand.tbe butterfly Beau. and without ninulted a string!: or by a the spring hand attached of the spin to it for all that he has suns-sometimes are changed_tbe moat. 3.S & SHOES : : ::: h

,g a* it spreads its -wing. of gas** and voy.ages : ner. Jf you have been regenerated you In a cOm plete poem, and more often -----.- ------ --. You eas) ave from $. to 89 yearly by I III Y

throurh .the empyrean: blue. The ar* mcr than a gyroscope. You will not In tingle verses, or even a llqe-or two wearing W.Douglas;. $*M er$a sbees., ear with.hltsuItan.nasAsaWorasaad Raire-aVBlvaraa.! Lnr.a-.IteotItIttt the MeasoetEiuig -
fisherman "run down1' like a ton. You will not be those; .
w delights.to watch the speckled They: equal '
Variable reed Work are niiazImtlliHt
wonderful and beautitul things within ;
trout a* be rushes for cover, or the gray: subject to mood ana mode You..1ll that have been. costIng - for AOCUBAOV, amrucrrv. DL'5a iiI _ _
ling ae he leap from' tI.. swirling pool. : run without having a
' One cannot, watch the aatlered deer bound to you. The love of the Christ will old. Some of his poems are even' full to $ .oo. The Im.mens : Idffwrintlv* Hrmlars. )Manufaatarmlbrtll V -
.
through the forest' elades and climb the "constrain you" and "restrain you." In sale of \". L. SALE mow WOK.K8.WlnrlanalamJ
of humor. Who of does not know
the workshop in the behind the you ahoes
rocky steep; or follow the flight of the store Douglas proves
eagle as h* circles toward the sun. without counter and in the office your .N8iatec. the stoty of the "Tied. Piper of Hame- their superiority: overall

. feeling his nerve tingle and the blood, ruth will know that you have been'with Jesus IInt". But really to appreciate BrownIng "I ban used your Hair Vigor other makes. -,

through,tbe arteries. While reading "The and received life "The mind'Of the flrsh" you will have to study him for .0 for. five years and am reaLly SOW by retail shoe -- F If You Don'tWa.t'; _ _
I
I Cruise of the Cachalot" I hecam so in has been burled, and no flower were laid pleased with It. It certainly re- dealer everywhere.Look .

I tereated that I wanted to join in the...exciting on his casket. "Tbe mind of the spirit" much lies behind the mere, word. of atores the original -color. to gray for name and' i CURLS IN" YOUR+HAIf? 4
chase of tb.eat sperm whale a* live. and speak* through the kindling: eye, his poem btir. !keeps mv batucft.-Mrl.. price on bottom. V ,
,
he the quivering lip and the softened andanctified I Tail Deaf.sues Car:
charged tfirough t&e-water* in his rapid _ -
liel .. .. .
.
.
flifht. ,Life ia the thine- that fascinate heart. The gracing lI'OuOOe of Kltkenny.NewPortlandMe.! Celt tkvr* U' _ r'4
' the flesKlv-mindea are the lotus m..Kdnwfl A La,.. CattoB Cn>' XAwr. Prl..... vales I. Uewrlas.,,- i _
ua; -Stir, peech the
ar* thing that - ... E
map .. ..
f;>r hhrlisatfflt _ :
catch the eye. That i* why the cry ii for. ofpl..mi..Dd. ...... The'crasing ground; i i It begnato ,appear as if the IU1'$. Ayers: Hair Vigor has grads...t.r-t........ _ L'K L
of tbi minded the ........ -
1 speedier autos and swifter *Shamrock spiritually are "green ,of cotton this will\ be IMnr tirttftl
I pasturei'- .the ".till waten. led year ,fully equal been 0 rt4eilt fr LlM ... .
I But the common conception of life is restoring> color to eqssl .1 ,pt'A. /"
.
to., all and the ..... .. .. ..
false. The of and fed and satisfied by the hepherd of requirement cotton ". .ii, ** .f.. .. 'IU.tt4 '
I laboring under-vast a majority delusion./ : Yea people stand are Life. Th difference between the carnally planter of the South will' doubtless act gray hair: for fifty years, Catalan, '... W, ... AOl'iiUUt, Brack..., __ .I :

. where the tides of humanity roll swift and minded and the spiritually minded I i. the trudy In selling the cotton they bare and It never';rails to 'do '
.
strong-you see melt accumulating colonial I difference; between the stall fed ox complacently -'lRlpaneTabuleser..
raised Just a* promptly-* It can bb '-
.; fortune at a bound and living ia dazzling! chewing" hi* vud sod the creature this work either;/ the, best dyspepsia \ T
I created in the of God agonising brought to.'market.The .
; splendor notice ,th* sleek,' fat and image/ medicine'ever made; '
pleasure-loving epicurean attn* club to be worthy of wearing the white' atone V. 8. Government In its reporton You can rely upon it TOW DO wAirrCarpenter's "
' and the s-s. A hundred' mllUoD.of. .
honaett the coarse amorous Falstaffa bearing new name. ( '
at the eotton crop, binned on the 3d of ( hair
>, the ..ocial function the With life also or'stopping'' your OX HARROW POMAW
Cleopatra, the comes Jhe gift of peace make condition ot: the ttttm have been ,,_ _
September
: Balomea and society aueen whose studied I "Peace 'D* unto ;you/' said the. Saviour to from falling for, ;keeping sold in the United (.cwAN. or (mTAnoa4- ',
81.2. Till i 17.2 per cent. better ,
the *
grace and wine flushed cheeks entrance disciple1 "My: peace 1 Wave with yon; crop s '

:' but to destroy: and, and you say "Tbi i* i My lieac I give unto' :you; not R& the than the report at the same time last your scalp clean, and for States ia a 'single Tt the I I.kAlr the sacs tort aa4 h .HmlrtWwr.I.l .-...and Is aanfaiitlr"oldt jnl pans as*. -

1 life-life at high noon and high midnight I world giveth, give I untoyou." What i. Evt.I7'mDe... _. .
'f year, bad the acreage- shows au ..increase making' hair I year. i Mora thaajvortb tba prtaa. -* '
"t". of. the twentieth century." it you are longing for this morning your grow. aristae from disordered stomach Is PRICE 25 CENTS. *J : _ _
of abeut tour cent. This is -
't" Christianity come* to u* and aayij: This Home? You have that. Business You. per 11.0. a ....... All 4Aulst.. And If your dronlnl kamt W we win seaS II amaUoraaal -.- .
I* not life. This i* death." And a recent have more than you can attend to. Already a total of twenty-one percent: over last 'relieved or .cured by L their use... So |>tof *mau iS a aoapa. '-.' -, ,'- .V

utterance of Dr. Hilli fuminhes a *nen- you are worried nearly: to death year's indicated production which in If your drufrrtst cannot apply you, common 'III 'It 'that diseases orifflnat A did ritual for the committal service of the over business. To-morrow morning' mail. bales and DS one dolUr and w* will azpras from the stomach it be safely as '
of about /
the 2.0OO.OOO maT Loul.vn.IfADBLOllD. .
equivalent ,
Ky.
i modern preacher: ."Her we commit hit will bring you a large bundle of let ten. Inn a botU ..aura aDd give the name CV : ,

; : -body to" tbe dust hi. itomafh to tailed Perhaps some of them will read, "Please .Of cotton. The indicated crop is, there' o.. .pUl'' nearest J.. C. AVER eXl'rea..nrc.. Address, serted' there '1. no condition of' ill

ox. his palate to spiced wines duet to remit." Head over heel. in binines fore. .somewhere lu the neighborhood t.'O.. Lowell|,Man health tbst will not be, benefited or

4 dust, tongue to terrapin while the spirit Pleasure*. Aren't you surfeited with pleasure ,ot 13,000,000 bale, and while it Is'POK. clired by the'occasional use of RlpanSTabales.

'returns to the animal and the beasts that ? Aren't yon at it every afternoon and Bible that an early frost or bad weather .'. PhYllclanl ,know them.and.pealt'hlgb1r.of' %
seashore
fed tha in the
with
it. Becauce a thing I. dressed evening, by mountain
I in a tailor-mads suit *nd' moves about. it *, at the club? One continuous round may diminish these figures slight1a tbetn.; All drufffflsts

is not necessarily: alive. Thunder and of-pleaaure. Society Don't you go in for crop ot at least 12,000,000 balesor 'I sell them. The five-cent package< ia :
smoke indication It? Don't have tea, card V "I 04 _..t. w1'" nr Wmls wU h i
are not always of life. you your your over seems probable. Such crop If enough for an ordinary/occasion, anti blMHt fwt was .orersd '
," The meteor that come plunging down the parties, your games and chit dints? What mu.l1lov the Family. Bottle; sixty cents, contains whioO I.r.r..r rm4r seatS nauM:-.i":
sky with want i. of mind and realized undoubtedly mean your O..esr.t. and .4 wa Ice '-
,4 : a roar and a trail of light i* you peace-peace rr. BT .
. ft.. dear"!. The heavenly bodies use it for a peace of conscience. And,you will never cr prices. It .is to be hoped: that the a., household supply for: a year., '0... Dimple i I.........dU.,o..end.pp .rMl...'._.. r.to.BOttia'e.! .g Ifrl.alee4y... 55*e.. "4 '

% "1 ', football and to** it through spsce. Because ret it until you get life-the life that cotton planters of the South will not generally 'gives relief wlthlu twenty. ** ': a 15w hsv 'ipws: : "!i'i? fU ' V

t.> a man walk about on two leg, winks with thvottle and bind and act it. heel upon be misled by false prophets into liolJ- minutes ,0 .1. rsehse. ..w VeraCll/.M.T." : _ _
A'' ; two eyes, listen with twoeara. and wag this mUcrab'.e! carnal.creature! that whine :iStosesa
'. iii. tongue, he may not be alive according and fret and 'burn with an abnormal lug their cotton, but that they will.- on VI..LCARTRIDGESANDI TIle Great East anO-TTest lAne .

the J>aul'. theology. Let me illustrate. thirst that nothing can satisfy? And why: the contrary ''sell it as ra1l tdJj.jijLjL ACROSS

'; Here i i. a man whose occupation i* such do. you get peace when you get eternaL.life oibZji7aJlauthorit1e* are SHOT tho entire)

;.... ALihs-world--deyes-no benefit from-irr f- Because'-you''have"-unchoiTil to. do confirmatory ofthe Government : SHELLS, .(Mate* of, IfXijSiN lOUISlijNA'
within the vale and wind and
I Rather, Iii. business exert a'baleful: and something, '
blighting influence upon hi. fellows. Tho wave sad tempest "shock cannot disturbthe figures. Mr. Theodore H. Prlce-tli: .;,'represent. experience of 35 .

4 business smirchei character, destroys body calm and constant peace 'of the mind well-known expert, makes the condltion -,, I_ ",7ears of ammunition making.,

and soul, and tho'outC'Ome i* a wreck cast and heart that wait tipon the iiord. You eighty-three and the crop-12.700.. ,1 ""U.M.C.tbe head of a cartridge ... c.,
the
because under strenuous
upon the sand f af life's great ocean to cut peace up.
I bleach and rot. He conduct a physical lift of this new life you live a simple life 000 bnle. and'the figures,of ,th* JCew Is a guarantee of quality. "

I ,,I; intellectual and moral alauahter house for nobly, which is the grandest thin any of York Journal of Commerce Indlca'teabout Sure fire-accurate-reliable."
I | a monetary consideration. lie knows that us can do. He who follows: "the niiad of' the concluaion.rhe .
same
., 0h8t.e...... '
,
e will find the decnent ritisfao' Askpvurd.nnler.r Pal.te"t. ';; i _ _
;_ hi. business is d/tmoabla in the sight of the spirit" te'be-'that the ab. III.kV..k.... .w iSs,ne .i" <,
Clod and demoralising to eotiet) lie i t. Ion, for he has "in him a veil) 'of water truth' seemS .!, 10141. ...ik. ...... ........ p.isa .is..:t tiS.,
fattening swine flooding the social or. springing!( up into evenaitinp: life." normally high prices to which cotton gl'u. ( us's. ss4 1..sees cv ynse atOI'.r _k5terilag J,'. .. J
l I C.i.r'f ....... Ca. ti.,. ...
i Xani.m with lepers. There are no extenuating The other night George Priinroe-. the advanced during the spring and summer , .Chicago se

circumstance. There are no beneficial minstreL.. wa amusing an audience at the' .although they preflted planters but 'I. ..UALSII.E, TEH MtLUM BOXES '
compensations. The result of his Maionio Temple Roof Garden in Chicago. UNIOK METALliC 110 rsUMTBU TO ....waa qvssnon
: all .
business, are evil and evil only. Yet becontinueto In response to an' encore he came out and little. as the crop was practically ",lnF.a.* mllas Shortest Route Shreveport teDalla
nir Watermelon Queen.'"' When became marketed beforethese p'rlce were re V *. 'WrU.fop new book on T..ltu-raaL. cuagn

being, whatever curse his men.occupation-I.say or such social a sang to the line in the chorus, "She' all alized have greatly stimulated planting Cfl.MIVGCrORT .| K_, r. TnRHXR 0... Faw. AC*.,I>alU*.Ts .... - V Dropsy Girls l: ..:._ _

,:landing, however. great hi* wealth, is dead the world to me" he broke down turned la every direction. C0L'rvee : a.hle:' '
production: : V
the to the surprise. nud. ATLANTA'COLLEGE"PhysiciansSureons ent,,! !
and walked into wings
just a* dud.in the light of heaven a. {' walked -Iji1- : ,,. _
though his body were rotting in the of the audience. Just before he Iemses .U ew.IlIsg is .t...-

:shroud.: H. i* dead to God. dead to all to tb,..foollgh4! he receivedla,. ,teegramyinir :- The clash of arms and the romance .. V days lo.(Tacts a panamswot jCvv* (
.. ",:
,moral .that his wile was neau in vueir nuiuBuffalo. s ta today.. Trt.1 traatmca*.! _ _
obligation dead to all the higher oi'love commingled with singular -
; are : .
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that line I free.Mothlni-eaa b*f iras>
to gtore
And when ha came CURE
Prompting _ _ _
and pleadings ot tbe soul that .
Ie within which touched, the deepest chord in his chum III the complete aovel of LIp. I Finest ...... .. ... Clinical Wril De.tl.L4esea'seae.. _
him. Iii. moral nature I I. atrophied. & In the .t. a $555. .....a *U*. .. ..,
All his thoughts, his impulses, bin soul, footlights and laces, all save one, plncott's, for.Septeabertt' called in tta. Sold .D.......... YscsIty of tourteea '
act carnal.. and were forgotten. Love yearned to cla.plove. and. I Is by Bar- druriMe.sj1,1 '=on ao4 tvcntyflr aaslaiaat. r- pspsr'wh'V;
are .He live to 'tbe flesh that was born The Blade that Won I k .bl.. Writ fnreaial..... >Give the name of this
The grace '
Jf the fleal b reap corruption. Every sheaf aurrem.: Stevenson AtIant.f..I to advertls. ... At3$ ; 'V
{Bat; hs bind.1 for time or eternity, i* a iVhesvcaT finds "it. wavering ton Egbert W." KENDIIICJL'I.an. writing' r '_( -..>' -.
-- -
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the heart of 'he .toCommiaa.
here swayed lfI'e
bundle of corruption. The smile and Image :
(mirk* of sn evil person; are not signs of .' The qrrw in the soul stifled
when the
So it ia
lift the lips.
!
but.
.
danger signals that ua
warn nindrftff o'erma.ter. the wind of
'aJot.! falling into sepulchre. spirit
; an open : '
mannerisms of 10-
\*: You remember Valjean! in,Victor Hugo's! the fl..li. The Usy Bae-
the
trinket,
T*& WisernbleU.sleeps and in his viety: thebnbe.! the jjItmIIIiiIHihIImIiii1bIiinr24
they
Sleep b* behold the death of .in:. 'AibeJ chanaliaa banquet are forgotten or from I

,l I6" to the house of revelry; the flowers. cease to anure., The: soul turn and the wy:T1IJ.8r
'
do.ppiog
the tree and the very sky are all the color the hoUo'l'l' live'with' Him <
;If .*hc wmnJer throne i to'the wings to ', '
Valjcan on ,through ,
$J Vut who: i sll the! world to me. < ' To cure or money: refunded your merqnant, 80 'wny noi "irjr It? ,rrioo : ., f
rooms, courts aid. ,garden.1, Br the by, "' '- .. .pwu.. .. #11 -
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t 'C' . Is Your Lire worm due

'. __ ;>>' Notice of Application. for Tax

Under 8 of If So Try a Bottle, of. j r rS
4 itt'39trYrt'! 4gra1 An Epitome of the Do- $ Deed Section COLLEGE I

; Chapter 4888, Laws ROLLINS ;

ALL AROUND 'THE ,STATIE.5 .Ings and Sayings. of .f Florida. ,

Floridians for tbe Notloe 'J'la hereby) hew that. 'I> O. ::1..... pur. PAR FL.A. Y YDN
week.j dated Knl WINTER --
yw 7't\ ehaaur'of certiorate "0. 55S, .
d..1 Inly I, A I) IHHW" Not Wl, 2411. tin. .1.JM7.daind .. YQ
L e- t4 JT i 'aT T tho llli nt November. \ .... Noa "

.. .._ __.. L... __, . ____ 2I 210 .n/11/18. dated the Brd deylof'ul )'. A I) n
quaaruplotd bl.rk.. .IMil l h.. III.... Bald .."MIII..a".lu" my olllua cud 'N'if, .
2" at la.madusppliectloufortes. \ deed to laaue. tuaooordamff COLLEGE '
Lakeland' haslet, a contract for I with tire law ." . .

003 .feet. ; of asphalt pa'emept.r . II 'Starke.Oo6., S,-Yesterday morning fcald certlllcatea, aituaU.-d.4i ombrace the> Oaveolo followhig. County da.arrlbedpiopwty ,- I 1\; ) Preparatory. S.choolt .. Music So o'ol' GURL, u uWe
7 o'clock
Nassau U to have a wet and' at Minnie Tyson tbe witdof Florida I(>-'It: .
oountjr No. 61", KH ol XW,., 8001, T1? 25 S, -R 30! K!:, ,
Wm. Elo'cu tan
:dry election on the 12 In at."l Tyson living,: three- miles 111 lION.. 19 Ar Soo 1 1. So.1.of. 1, ,
_ north west-of Starke, presented him No. 21. :!. 8114.of:! NK<4, 8oo2,"'p 2IJ. 8.R80K!: . .

.. ,he acreage 6f( strawberries around with quadruplets, 2 boya'und 2 girls. (0 No..or.M.. s wi'i of N w!f/RSTiM'! ; T'P as a it !so n.: I' Business School, School? of Domestics and : ""

.Lakeland! 'will be largo tlils .e ,j.on. The boys loon died but. the girls lived 1 I No. IMrt, ..It., of N WJ Nee29T'ptoN,1tMiK.( 1 I ; ._ i"*
No. 247 N W 5, 01 slice(, sere Jlt\ T'p al 8, It SO 11:. rial !
Nuri>oryiuou estimate that 2r/00 acre three or four hours- The children were Aateof the said the aboj-e laauauoeof Iniidit auld Ix-luff' ourtifloutoa anaeanod at the theUnknown. ,. 1 = Teachers''Class. . Indus .:Ar s. defy ihe worldto'producesmedIcttle' ,

of peacaoa" will be set; Id Florida 'tbl born prematurely and would scracely aam4ld 4110' ? for the cure of all.forms of Kidney ,
No. "'-\. 8WUVU! ; !( aUAt' NE.i) 01 sodDladdertroubleb'anddisease.pdculiar .
have lived b&d-llro'
winter., facilities been' -at SK:).., *..... S. "'p M H.:ft HO K.No. : W' F. PH. D. PRE.- ,
hand for caring for the tender Infants. 1110 Slt of NEkofNE'4cudS)1of8K.4!:! '', BLACKjyiAN. ,. to women, that ,will| equalSmith'
The Long Stapl41 CoWon, Growers Sou 4, Tp 2A M. K 110 1\;. L . Sure Kidney C II'8. Ninety
'I loth are young colored people, and No, 21:!. W'SSof IM99vd1TJr78S! U :M E. *
, Association of JVlacUua > cpu'oty. will three 7ho.aidatwve land being aaaeaaed at the . eight per cent of the oases .Created with'Sndih
hold their cotton again< this year to*' a' are,the parents of children; two. ditto of the matiaiieu' o('std cenjllcntoa in toe 's Sure Kidney Cure that have
of whom are living./ Hulnd reds of people namtMtf'J Orulpf. *t ?. r undernUr ob f'rvDtlon have been cured. '
higher price. Unless a.I t M ocrtiflcaion ihall bo 'redeemedcoeoFOrp WV """" "" "' ''''''''''' ''''''''''' 7)
} trV1 +bK
bN1 M 1
r -.......... both white and colored; visited the Tyson to law. tax .<1....... will laaiio theraoii We Bcll.our medicine on a positive!
+, ,""here:; nt"sioi-ia: l flooded the upperCaloosaliatcheecovntry.aud on tha lOlli >1ay ofltetotr.AD7a03.: i jruiirrantee, If .directions' arofollowed
the water home 'Sunday; afternoon. Anamteur _.,n Witucaa. this my the officiAl Hmt licuaturamUiloal day of 8cp- >r. A. CARSON Proaldetft. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.Waters and money<<1! will. be rctun.. Jcd.lt. cure !II;'
photographer took
two ex '. not elided 'J
In some of the orange/ groves. was three. posures of thebabies.. A county 'inAL\ tetnber.A- .D1J M.: WtK. THE: : I Pi-ico M cents' and $1.00. Forsale. b,;.

.and fpur: feet deep.JaekiOnvllte commissioner has suggested a pensionto ->rvr' Oai-cola Clerk Circuit County Courtof Florida .- Oceola rharmacy. . 2 .

I Is nailing. j big,: prepar the prolific', pair. All danger of 7 BY W. Ri: JoII sTON. l D. O & Carson Grocery Co.Wfaoloal BUY THE: r
""
coons for tho :street carnival' In No-.* race, suicide for.. the colored' people - Noti'ce'to Creditors. . .. .

've& ber.. The gorgequs display will la over, If the. pace set by the Tysons Is Notice luliuroby (tlvi-n To oredltoraand i legeloee
liltarlljiiU'CK, aid all )Ilonone harlug domauda >
and tall Dealer ill
cost thousand1 of doTlafa, but the city foJ lo wed. K lim< IrVI Lanier, --- ---- Re N.llMESEWING [
: ileceHBCil: and:: U"rrr.Ir.J: : : ., ,: i de-
will l expect the vjaltprsto' foot'the bill, Assaulted .the President. raaowl, to p.eaeutthelame.duly atttheutlrnUid .
and Will that tlioy dp- It. to the u""'onlll..ed.tltu two var.from
,.see, dale hereof, ac preiicrlbed by law, iUierwl .
:
? 'Washington, Oct. hA-ulesperate the ante will bo burred:; and all penum who JHACHINE
"Conrad Hall, one of Elie menses attempt was made this afternoon 'to may bo ..lndiUil" to ald.oblates are hereby with'" - .. .
t'nsete.l lo make urulcmeut >j
dormitories of Stetson Unverslty, De-> assassinate President Roosevelt. 'The tl.enudelsgue.l: ; ( -! -. 5. COUNTY AGENTS FOB Do not be de4xvivlh lyhnso advpftlHe '

Land. was burned at.ljSOoJolockjj'ues-; -would .be-' 8 Il.Sjjr1.i: k;lliobt; 1"Thl. August Otfy A.. D.19011.1IlORF.S KAT2; a $<)().OO Howiiift JMaliliie''' for J

eras enorpl oA rt last w ek-: When(3.U-: whp.was VettZedfrom( getting at the I Aa AdmlnlstrHlor of the putnu-a of Robert II, HAY CRATES J-JO.CK Thlaklnttofantachlneran :
pr : C. LnuU-r,doccatrd.F. Celebrated Fertilizers I
; I
Tjinlor. d l'-cL-i "< ;And Mary I four ;
bo bought from us or any ,
covered tho entire eastern part of the Presidentby"the watchman, who was A VN.-AONKW, .
Attorney.StJtfilll DIIAIX E 1'.0. duuloia from '11>.00 to ';18.00.
building: was In flames, ana the cutj Elliott I. saldto live Washing'- IDOS.\ ,

structure was doomed. The fire department toe He was placed jmdeir: arrest. iNotice of to Sell i _a c Circular and price ...,.. .. ...__ WC MAKE A VAHHTV. '.

by excellent! 'and bard work The affair caused tremendous excite : Application. == /i\ Farntoncd' ; _on PPIlca 10... ;/TI THE NEW: HOME IS THE BEST .
: Real Estate. $ .
The '
ment. President perfectly Fled
was
't saved. the Winters U use and the The tU-l/fnnlncx the wtn-ujfth or :
coul'durlng,: the ordeal. Secret servicemen Notloel; I I' hereby Klvcntn all. whom It run'couooru )- wiitJcnttM of HfM-liiK,: Alm-lilncM. The ,
Turnqulst dwelling. For a time fears close by soon secured the would- tliuttlib iiniltfrrlK'-ed, A Meanlou... Double I-VtMl c AdmlnlKlrator of tho EMnto of Merr U l a< HIDES
the of be murderer.
entertained for
were, safety t '' II Cli u'doln.Ha.l1., the, girl's dormitory, Minneapolis Minn., Oct 5.-The Oelobi-r-A 1> IMO.S( ut 1O), e. m ,' apply to the. I the 'best Bowing Mnthlno to buy
linn W R Jnhimton, Minty-JiinRe of OxiMila.County
which Is a largo brick: building nearby. man giving his name as Peter ElliottIs ofFlorldn, for an order tivoell atprivate howln" the dlf-".'
.frauin buildlngtbulH known hero. His real name was. Ol- .Platy.'o. the lollowlrp dem-rllwd keel Vrt Cou a. try: : 'X3: r o d \=,- c e a. Spec !. alts'. Write/ (for CIRCULARS latent atyloa /
ti "Conrad'Ua11 was a lien, and he is a Swede but by a special l t. belonging to aald Estate (for tbe'piirpiwiofantlnfyltin J HewlnoMachine( .
*' '' about three years since and act of the Legislatureho,: had his name act-rtAln Morttfiive' and for the mute vo >.1 unufucturoaudi>rlu.iibvfui.Jltln.bllaiDI i'
I M>rt of tho minor helra): I ooomD1od tlng. bout thirty students, I changed. to 1'lliutt. xiock "}'" of W A Patrick' Aodlilijn lo.iho MACHlKEtO. '
named for :J. B. Conrad, Hedld-this because he was an' applicant Town fif Kluelinmon I CIty. ald property IxlndsKuate THE NEW HOME SEVINE |
and.'was ;
r . .
# for a irovcrraent job, and believed In the Couutvot' Oaccolix- I and Mate of ------ oaAxac:, MA...
through whose generosity it was bullW, Florida ::I'nlon. j'1. \., .:hlc'I14I'.IIL, Atlanta,Ok,
that, by having,: an Americanname ... Pq.
TIII.lllb of ScpUiinlwr pan 1 9 '' '
day ..... ...... -' '
Tha building-; cost aboClC-t4OOO. and ho would stand better chance A K BKARDKN : '.. U ulaMti., liillnN,1Vx. i<'I'1ODCIaooo Oaf ;..

was Insured for '(2,000; It'l tinderetogd of securing an appointment. from the 'At of'Mary<'mml..ll'Alorollho R Leako. 1tM-etatMl.Katato d . 'OM. _."LO: avt .

that the building will be rebull President. TIe failed to get the appointment I
Grade
Creditors.
'J., duce however, and ever 'Since Notice to High. Whiskey
r at ? Las been bitter against the President.By Notice l 10 hereby"RlToirio' cri-dltora, Vitatoraami II I''

r changing his name, he also ,got: : :illstrlbuicoK and all IMTOOIIhavlnw. -illmanda -.
airAiiiiit the ctititte or i irah A HnvaKO.ileiHHac
You KIIOW What, You.ArcWhen'you'"take Tak1e the ,"idea that his fellow Swedes were ..l. tit present the .11"' ''. duly. authvntlruled ,
4t
. angry with him and. feared that they to &I.p uuJo..lornol.lhlll, \ two' yt-ara ..
Grose's Tasteless would to ln him. Pn-aarllwdbyl.W.oth rwtao the auma will bonrrvd
try po Kentucky Exchange '
I'
I ; Ui cold tato I I 4i'taf
: and Jill I.ennr.lndebted ei -k
'
In this Into
Chill Tonic because the formula: Is way be came contact are b..rell\ rvqnea wl to tiiHk:Itninjdlale> the I.t
-
with the Insane asylum officials and mont with the iiml'''raliDvf,
plainly printed on every bottle show the pollee got him on their records. Tide lath day of t-cpn-mlK-r.:: : A !< HKII.

Iqg that: 'jls simply Iron-and Quinine He was rej ardedhere \aa half insane. rMonkn7 hzocutorof, r>the 8A.VAUK.Aa Kmate, of AND ._

in a,,tasteless l fornu- 'No Cure, .No60o. but harmless. Sarah A. ."IIJIC. deci-aavd. '-
\vjSEARSAttorney. T2E: : .
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Pay. --- CAE.H.LIBBY
Tax -"' 1
Notice i (; of Application for -
Notice of hcatlon for Tax r
Ap '
Deed Under Section 8 of ;

J Cheap. '..Rates' .' . Deed upder Section 8 of Lawsof 41c---

; Ch.apleii.4888, Lawsof Chapter 4888 I now have tho largest: stock of Wines, Whiskies

Florida. and Beers handled in Kissimmee. All \
Goo'rltla Florida. ever 1\\
From Jacksonville I via the,

Southern ',& Florida Ry.Trains Notice I I. hierobvirTvea at Oacar B..., .purchiuiur rhaavr Notice of la 1'AxU.rli6eHtec: ;I'vu'ii No.Oarar 12MK: Baaa'-'..\!,, pun end grades! at prices to suit the timesTVG .. . .
of Tax Certlfloatoa No. 1247 and MM, IMt! dated the lit day of June, A l>. IMM, liflled .. F
leave Jacksonville:; 7:45, a.'.,.q1". l.'Mp dated the Itt day o( June 18WI! and 0th dar of ..... ,*vrtlfloat... In my 'nftlca and ja.
1 m.. June, I.III. rcMM'ClIvoly/ ha alt.I said certl0- made apfnicatloii; for tax decal l U laaua in aorordanioKlth r
pete.In ofllon, and baa made application law J OaM-cerl'APnlAt embraci-a '
t, 'California Points, M3.05.. 'Los Angeles lor tax deed my ...laaue. In acoordauue with law. the f".lu"lnff dc-a<'rlb d profierty alKiated luOancola TRACE:: A SJECI.A.L'J"Y'i. : : : : : Mrs. :.aA., .a. S. Webb.VlrwIVrMt'tf.fit .
Said cerUlleatca embrace the following ..demrlbod (:'ouulf. 'Dorlila. l -wlt; ,
San Francisco; etc. ''Tickets on property situated In Oiooola Couutjr; 'II :VMS R mi E--Cerl4drete: No.law. "'__ Hull a.
able .20-: to'and In Florida, t >-wltCcrllllcaU :- M..II"'f'r! ) l'W l4, KM at ere l H. gee N. rrmtm .,.... ut AonUontOStloi."I A.
} ; daily ,Septeml pr ) ) No. W47: -SWK of 8Wl. see M, '1"'.. 2811 1t1lu.enlll..le So. tVXO; N'' of E. .
;t .eluding November .HO, 1003. . Tn 2A s. Ran E. awl Contiltutta No. fiuu, SEW'ofNKU !.: MWH'Motion; (to. T'p 2$ 8'R no E CertlflcateThe ? BEARDBN, Proprietor; 1 drtadi4; tSe change of lift 'which L
flea !DO,Tp 28, K 110... No. 1a1O.: was fast a.l'roil""ln| I noticed Wins 1
Seattle,, Spokane:' Wash Portland, -. ,,'1... aaM a..d'bt't.ur acsoeed't the Iat4j'of ...1<1 land bet''g ....eJI.".. at tbe ditto of ,_ I. >..- : ... of Cardul, nuj decided W try a boU '
Ore. rte; 95K10.' ); : Tickets'on',' sale the laauanoeol' arch certlllratea In the name o/ Ih.l..u."eeol.u"h ucrtlrtoateIn the nau.. .01 -- ---. -- ---- relief the
? ; L W Klahr and Unkuowu r' i>ootlvely.ITnleaa Fla. KolMhern It.K.. Oo. -f'r-I.... meld certlfl.rnlf --- U*. I experienced fonts ;.
dally September lo"saod."IncludingAtlanta : aald vertlllrauaahall Iw ruilveni: ';.rt hall be redeemed aocordlug to law, tax .,. llnl month. .o I kept ON taking It for' i
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J03---L.-( . ."according. law, tax: deed will laaue thereon = bed-will't..us tli-reou, ou theglat. .da.>/ of October . I three months and now I menitruaU t
Not. 30 Ii(> .
A. .'
01 tUtflOlh'-ay of October 1) 1WI3.Wltutrmy A. O. 1WB.VUnen oft and
and shill It
with I
Ga. and returii'810.8& official ilguauira' and seal this the \ n.y official alfrnature and item! this no pain take 1
account GUt day of September, A I) 1003. fat day of October, A D 1MOH. on Kowuntiri! rave. palM the climax. .b
V Southern Inter-Stale Fair. lll'ickleta JN.r. \f. YVB-., JNO M UtE e04rJ 90r'M OQ11 Female 'disordered ;j
flail] ,, Clerk CircatCont. --' isa.Ll': ) Court weak-nets
on sale October 13 and 22 only -final Oxr-eola County. Florida. Oeeleolks Ceut Florida. .: menses, falling of the womb and.

limit October 21\\._1803 - 'ByW JOHNSTON.. O. C. Br W. R. JOJl STO.r. 1> O r BUTLE.R E ovarian troubles do not wear off. 4''
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The Lookout Mountain, ute the Try follow awomoil\ tothe"liange
CO.J of life. Do not wait but take Wine
Only road having/ morning and night ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD A of Carclull1oW' and avoid the trou
P .
r,3 trains to St. Louis Cincinnati and Ii G ble. Wine of Curdui never fail i

> t.he'Y'e.t..yl; Valdosta, Macon At SCAEDULIi: m EFi'l'CT UY 2J luoa: G ALES. "WINES B9AND.IES "to benefit a suffering, woman of

9 lanta'. Ch Chattanooga.Nashville.' Tr acaL o 82: TATluHIi'' 21' 86-- sny Cardui relieved '!j;

z < boa 8nip Iv . .. . .. :.... ... .. . . .. ..1........ .. .. .. .. . .. AI' 12'1. IOMp WHIS"IES I I vulidUa asaeu Mrs. Webb'when she was in dan- :/1'
sleeping oar,aud coach to Macon dal-( SJBs IIl7p Lv... .., .. . .. . . .PIAut.t.II .. .. . . .. . . . Ar l2'la l14i\p L Aao raros tS:'.Ly1SE L per. Wh"101IC m& to
JJ:/ : .840. liMp Iv. . .. .. . . . .. .,IAketaud . .. . . .. .. .Ar.5tOa 9 16p letter willmean
,-ThrongUjPuljinan; ; Buffet looping 104i\ U 27p ....r. .. .. .. .. . :. .. .. Hleulmmee. .. . . . ,.. .Lv 4 Lila) 717p of life Mrs. Webb'l .\
cars to fethjjoulsf andthrough Pullman 106.12041 1 : AI' . . .. . ... . .. . ...Url.udo. . . . .. .:.:. .". .. .. .Lr. 820a 711 p CIGARS E more to you than it-does ;
A'ND
ItI/() aIM a A.' .. ., . . .. ..... Sanford .. . . . .. .. .. Lv 2205 6 :26p TOBACCOS But avoid the
1 reservations) sold to Cincinnati 1241)p 1621; Ar ... .. ... . .. .;.Orallge <:It, JuDetl.n.. .. . . ... .. ..L" l:1j1a: SAtn18up now. you may now
'rod Chicago! For reservations-and . ..... Ar.... ., .. ._.. . ... . DeLaOd .. .. .. . ... .. .... .. .. .1... .. . 4 suffering she endured.! Druirciats 1$'
t ? :z dSp' 160s A".... ... .... .. . .. .. . Pal..Lka. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .Lv II o6p .11 sup sell $1 bottles of Wine-of Car lui.
',.L jifull Information,' address, 00"7110" AI' .. .. . .. .. .J..ok..uyUl.-" 91oa lsip


>J.,II. RAFfTEitV;, Dlst.; Pass. Agt.. , .! 4804 tT". .. .. .. ........ .. .. .. .. .. ...T.MJ1AiONa' \ ..... .. .. ... .. ....s. ,. .. . .. . . .AI' 10 1Iu-a.J asp XAnheuserB'.usch Beer A WINEoFCARDUL
... -.-JM1! Wi' .Pay.St."Jnckson4Slle! I1 la II 4M, L" .. .. .. ... ... .. ., . .. .. . -LMk..l..c'lr'' ... .. .. ... .._.:.. .. . .. .Lr 1// gttp
,_...... ....... .... .. ..' ..... ...Dade CIIL........ .. . .........._._=-.c. .'. .Lv G f..p :
11 52mLv? .. .....,. .,:..... ,:.. .. ..... ..llJ'- k..llij1--.I': .......... .... . . .,. .. .. .J.v 4 Mp LON DRAUGHT:: AND BOTTLED,. L
. Nft'Gfoes Right to |he> II Ma l".. ..... .. . ;.' .. ,..., .. .. .. . .Lee.tnt5.! ...... .... ....... ... .. .. .. . 44'p ,
} / Spot"When J lOp LT. .. .). .. .. ..... .,... .. .. .. .. . . . 00..1.-,. .. ........ ...... .. ..w.. ... .? .. .Lv 3 (SIp ,
........ .. . .. '.. . ... .. . . . . . .. .
: 114/1pAr. .......,... 'tuocvflle.: .. .. .. : . tv11 441p2tIOpty. 0
i 1.r ; pain Or, IrHutlon exists on' : .. . ................ .. ... ...h igh "rtlp .. .. .. . .... .. ..... .. . . . ..Lv II rat .0 Can only be found In KissImmee on Broadway
.8 :aP Lw..v.. ..... .. . .. . . .U... O8Ik.... . '. ....... ,... .... .. .. . .. v J0 61.a I 0 at the BRICK BAR BUILDJNG. '
j..any"pdrtot}the body,an application of : Lp LY... ...;..".."..". ."... .. ... 4.\I\..,......,. .,.::.:..:...:..:.:..:..:..:::.. .."..,.. .. . ... :. .. 'L' .. II first I, O Street 0 .
"fJ. -* : n2..pAr"e. -......... . ..... .. ..i'.., .. ... .. .. .L" 740. ;
:;; jBallard's' 'Snow'1L1niment'w11IJive .
'Y. ;
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jJTArmN,
W .81.iO'lp -& I
R L j prompt relief. ('It, goes right to the ...-. LT. ..... .... . . . .. .. ..1..m.... .. . ... .. .. . .... . ... .. .. .ArIO& p. , KALOLA -
.pot'rald . ...0\1711 1.v..... .. ..... ..".. .. .. ,.. .. . .Plant City. ... . ..... .. .. .... . .. .Ar 114i\1.. . . .. I N.R. T. BUTLER N.
an old plan' who was ryb-, 100. VMp A'. . ....... .... . . .. .. ..J..k.I..d .. .:.. ..:......,. . . . .Lv s :np! a 80s,780s1021p I
_q.14, 'blng it In,. to cure his rheumatUm. L"......:.... .. . . .. . . .....rtow . .. . ..... ... .. .. .. .. .Lv 76opeooa/ '
; .. . ]::111/I. Lv. ....... . .... .. . .. ..Aro.< . .. .. ... 4.. . .. .,. .. :. .. . ...Lv /I IlIp.. . . I Cryatallzad Mineral Water _
,Q?:, R., Smlthi. Propr. Smith House . .. ... 1611. Ar. .... . .. ..,. . ... . Punta Oor .
F Tenaha,. Texas, writes: *'I have used STATIONS I A62opLY .
'" . .. . .. . . . ... .: .... .. .. . ....T.mp.:.. .. ... .. .. ...,........ .. .. .. .. .. .Ar IIIJII.101' . A combination crystals conc;
,Ballard'sSnow Liniment in my family .8 \ .....,. .. . . ..... .. ..... ... .. ., .. .hollot........... ..... .. .. .. ...., .. .. ... .. .. .Lv 686aDallf -, -- ----" ----- -- ---- -- -- .;-- taming the medicinal
properties
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lIun"a, .,
.to'Jor several years,and have found It 7 3C1.lllIOp. .. ..... .. ...n" Liu" Tampa Kxoert ArJnd Line.. .. .... . .. . .. ...111I"11111':" aUB : 1! of the water of four noted mindoral
be a floe remedy:for aU'aches and S W a 6 80p. Line 8t. Petersburg L. led Llu. .. .. .. ... . .. .. II tar 4 Sp springs. Cures Contlpa\
; ,6 1Ie. -.,._..A 0 L L\ St. Seteraburg Ar A C L.. .. . .. ... .. . . .. a 1 In. tlon Indigestion Stomach Kid-.'
J' Ipalnsan4ri, recommend it for pains in . .. ;'. 657p..Y...... .. .. .... "CLAr8el1.trL..A.. ....... ...... . .. .. 7421 . .. 13taddertroublea.{
.1he;throat, and 'che.t." 25o 50c. and .. .. I 40p..40.A; C L ArCle.r I v A 0 L.. .... : .. .. .. . .. .. 7 8\Ia. . . ney, Liver and \ ] ,
.
t4I.OO ... ., S48p...... ... ... ... '. ....AC LArl>lInedlnr.'t"'AO I.. .. .. .. . .. . I. 1nu. .. .. .. MAYNARD LUMBER' ... .
at all'druggUts,: . ,. 7 l\p.,... ...._.. ..... ..A C L Ar T..rpon "rlln. Lv A C 1. ... .. .. . .. . 745)5) .,-. ... -' '
712'l IIZ .:4S4 ail II 'II. $ -Tsks. KslolsSU j B.ys aid
,Drr,! J.Y..Porter,, State Health Officer S o.'Ip II /Sop A lOp LV'' Jaek.onvllla 1I \lOa J1 /sop II top 1011 I' L" J'aokoon.Ulo AI'JOuupll' Asythl.t
tias pOII\aAr Wayenwe' Lv 6 alit ll'JlfHaIlIlOp' U.49p Ar Valdosta LYI Eat You Waal"A
just returned to Jacksonville from .
MillskNow
lea 9 80p II 40p Arl Savann..h L" 3 IllIa 6 AIM 82f1p 1011. Ar Tholl.A."I' Lv.82tIa ,Saw and Pltaning n "
t Cuba and talking,, to '..aJaxjlconvllle.:; <;. 440pAr Ch.rle.ton, 'Lvllala 6u.p Atha Ar !\4onttrom'ry\ L" V''

Jb 'Metropolis reporter.'sald. ; .. Ar WII'mI".lnn.j..Y .. .. 12 710p 01 P AI'ArNaoh..lIl.Blrml""h.r. LY'Iv' fl4. . teaspoonful dissolved\ In Ja;, "

this talk 74111' 4I.-"r Rlch'lumd v90A Trip 12,00. Ar Evcusrille .Ly $O4p114Op. ) In t glass' of water makes a delight
House
"y4 "I w n'o\1.to'.Y.tla.t ill! operation. Complete Bills Furnished. '
7 IllIa Ar Washington I.v II 46a II 4'.p' 016. Ar Chicago Lv 7 (Sup ful uid Inexpensive asperlect.Prtes .. ,
4R' bbout abFdtyle/ : of, fever, prevailing 1 2a 9 13. 1 nctllmo e Lv A 87a 2 I2p '..t 21I Ar NI' 1..01.1. Yip/ Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kinds. I
4 ola 11 22p Phfadelphis twit 48a 11 Ma
l: In Cub Is not so. I visited the'island .,7 13.i I 6:11': Ar New York .1.r 0 2p II 211 7 2/10 2a a a AI'r Cincinnati 14>,,1..1118 J.Y'L" 11 800 Iii a QR27.ERS:: : :: F2="JD: PROMPT: :: : : : L 2 50c and $1.00.
: P
h U litliie. : over a; week Ago, Aid found 11 15. L" )l'onlllum'I..... S J7 P '. . For safe at all drug stores or

t, treat there was nothing there but a few 4111p AI' Mobile Lv t tp MAYNARD. LUMBER; 'CO. ... sent by maUl postage paid, 'on,
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.-'-, 82hp AI' Nt'Orlea'o Lv 920.
receipt ,
4t7 'pasea'ofmalarlalfeveruoworsethan . ce.
;}. .e' have, every 'eummer IIi 'Florida.Therewere PORT TAHPA .JtEY. WEBT.lAVANNAIdNL; ) f ) t 4 :ma i s KACOLA COMPANY./ I. I If9avasna

r '' only two death within two -.,Le..o.....".Pol'\Kpr. Wed T.mpa Mondays Sunday.?, Prldeys Thursday.,. 11'1'8 II 80 p p m m ..' Ca:
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"Sameunts jooth- Leave K., W..& Mondays 'Ftdiys 1780 pm.
month,' It really to .
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Arrive llavaun. T..d..ra, S.turd.yl, II 00 a m
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}; ing.t' -\.A H Leave H..nn. Tuus.iays. 1200 9006Arrive i r .
Key Wed Tu-,.,.., Saturday. 8110 I' ID D RM '- '
.Lure KQ Weet. Tu.. t.a, B.turdays:, 10 80 p m OFFETTTEETHING
r Arrive PortTcmpa W.dne.dae, .8..udan. A 80.. P DI Mother'
1: Bucuea'a'Ar>slca, Salye. ; ,, t

world-wide for ma.eloua, THROUGH CAR ,,8BRVI 8. .-'Who wou'd"keep'their children. In
: tIN fame Train*S2 and M/ carr) Pnllman altepen between Now York,'Jackaonvfll and PortTafnpai
i cures. 'It,surpasses any other' salve, dlBlnirearanrrloe through between Savaunahabd 'Jersey Cllyi; day ooachea. between, JackaooTllle A good health should watch for thtf first '
and Waahlnaten.Pullman Sleeper tralnii 78 a84 28 hetireen Jaokaoovlll: and :New'
i symptoms and ,
t4fe lotionointment') ;'or balm for Cut", Fork and Jackaoavlue and Chlcagrowtihout, cbanJr*. \ v pf worms, .remove them-
> Coaat Une steamersluv. Punta Oorda for Fort Myera-aod'' intermediate landings dally ex- with .White' Cream V rmlfur., It U
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it Buras Bolls '' Sores elon* ( POWDERS
Cor08': .. }
CHlpC Monday. l m., returnlor leaT My ra 8 a. ra.-arrlTln. Pnnu Onrda 4 p. m. '
; .moers! T tUir;,.. Salt RbeuiFever; xey Wet and Havana ataavnoer leaTe Port Tampa -8
*, Hands, Skin and Through Houtbera Pullman Railway deepen between_ ,'. . Port Tampa, and Maw. york via .both Atlantic- Coast /r/ Aide Cigeellmr. RsguIate.lb.ewer.&, at......hofte the Child: cad MAIL[ tlon at'"ork..o': that. tbelr, food 4ou';, l

:4.': ''''i*:! EruP4idnsInfaflbte SortChapped''' to? ''P lcs., ''Cure LlBtt. For tloke full eomplet and'reliable.. tn form at Ion rccardlnc'Dlvalo.P..ditger ieea I'eMnrat\ool.to-? : ] on Coca TaKTHIHG.IHI ....__t.EA" _._Y. Carl. ...IErvPU-tJ- ,-__.._'... sad Coli.tit.'ryowes HI".1Id Tit.. .IE.,.,._. ,It._.f_,._.. them gpotind'they' ; Rrow; up healthy(. hs
aceuu or UOLUKR JR. Attenl,1amparim.. *'
aoww.rs As1 T..1hln b8drec, .1Id _
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tong S5o t ;v
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