Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Full Citation
Permanent Link:
 Material Information
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 16, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00094
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text
.. "IS
") r.t /
... \
: ? \
J"It ': ,
o ,
< J J ,i I. t .t ," '"


<- .:.[ .:. : .' .
)', a..aIlU..." ..... <:011..&.. ..... .. c .' '
"::-J..t.. .....' ", o.-.a t: : Kissimmee FI" October 16 19O3.i Vol. '
-.Is" ., Ia :":;'i ;: ea area' City!, a., ..:- .'. .1 VI... ,No. 43 ,

. -
TRIP ,DOWN KISSIMMEE, RIV8 .Hang |. The Lau>dry; MAKING BIO'ORA.NOB 'GROVE. W.' C. T, U. !NOTES.' '0 -. "',

Ink"St.InuTBoak in sour milk (U ''hA. 100 ,, mrmmtm'
"lv.Der'HewlRetaraa: FroI..- KISSIMMEE!; Oct. $, .
a dark: stain remains, rinse la a week E. O. Margeit.of: Sr.vard'Casty TalJabas- .
; Honorable VTr .N Sbeat.lj
,e..tltlll.'trlatlllr.olllEh the solution of ohlorldft of lime. ,loyelc>pl.g Hi. .8eCtloa. :
rowing !Section. see, Fla., Honorable Sir) We are 0It CITY BAKERY
Blopd, 'Stains-Soak: In cold salt The Times-Union of Monday has the eve of a wet and -dry 'election in r
:From the Tlma CelmilWslter " va.hln warm'water the following' to' about Col. ,Ell D. .
with i say this. county.' Tbesatoonelement have L11ie '
E. Has Jest Received '' Fine
general a
Hawkins, agent ,of '
plenty of afterward and his Cow Creek '
soap; boll Morgan orange forth the statement"that UNchoojl
Central of Georgia Railway', has Just Orass stains:-Saturate the spot grove: put term will be much''shortened*] E'' :of fresh' Cakes, .au&: ''Crackers', : : .

'returned from'a trip through the orange thoroughly\ lth kerosene then put E.'0., Morgan; at one ttme the lead' : If, the county goer dry, E' 1 '
growing and regions along' In the washtub. ing stockman of DeSoto county, and We would-like your', official statement I E OJocolat. Largest Stock Snow Flakes' I'; ..
of the Klsslmmee river and
the banks Iodine Stains-Wash with alcohol who was formerly a resident 'of Fort '' this Tans ,"
on* subject, so we maypub E "' Alleh, Pm" "
with him 'a .
ba brought as trophy. then rinse In soapy'water. I Ogden, was in the city yesterday Mr n.bthe same, i E lea Cream O'.A N D Y Uneda S.'ts;;; ,
from last. grove above the Ever .
e Hot Tea, and Coffee Morgan has' sold his thousands of I 1
Stains-Soak How do the dry counties compare r::::. Elite Soda'
grape-fruitoontalniafthlrtytwo ttte ,stained fabric in cold' wat.erJ !head of oa"1e. and 'Is now among those with'the, wet" ones as' to )length 'of ;;;;;; S Oci'k'Teeas in'Town-Fresh.'' Crackers

| wring who are oonvertli. wllderoe-,JnU> e > . ..;
spread out and pour a few rja school terms ? Very Respectfully, Victoria ;, Lunch .
lectable fruit In on one .cluster.. ; The drops pf"glycerine a R'at'denon the East Coast. MRs L., E >.
on each spot. Let A. CHANDLER, :: -rwatera. 0 Crackers,. i
bunch i1 Is now on display In the window U stand .several lie Is located In Brevard oun",. r '
hours;. then washwith Press Reporter W.C.. T., U. E Chocolate Oinller
of the< Central of Georgia office, cold There he bU'purchaled.. great 'dealof SheaU Fresh Bread
water and soap. This was the letter sent Sup' Cream, Cakes Crackers\ .
attracted much attention It ::::: .
and has. Iron ,Ru.L-So..k' the :stain thpr hammock land and has a great as Indicated. His reply is given: F

1s( froulhe I grove of ),11" M. A. Pierce oughly with lemonjuice. sprinklewith many acres of It' cleared. H.' has TALLAHASSEE: FLA...*Oct.. 12,' 1003. e vWafers. and Pies Every Day Nuts, Bto.':

at Fort Baisenger.. salt and bleach for several hoursIn planted acres to oranges lemons: and Mrs. A. L. Chandler, Klsslmmee :::::, ,

'Mr. Hawkins Is very much Impressedwith I the Sun: grapefruit.! and will have one of the Fla.. Dear Madam: Yours of October E '
the prosperity of the region which largest groves ,in that part', of the AeeDt: ori'Stea.m> S.i .ti:>Zd5 ?e
i Crease Spots-Hot water and soapgenerally 8th 1'8&>>1 ved. I am. at a loss to
hejraverged and with the prospectsfor remove, these.. If fixed by State, Itlla interesting to bear Mr. know wherein the sale of r whiskey caneffect tututtuUtuuuUtutuiutuuitututututuutttuututu :d

a splendid roplt.rul'; fruits.He i : long standing,. use either, chloroform i Morgan describe. the manner in'which the length of the school term in

( made the trip In 'company// with or naptba." All three ofhese must be be'ptirjchased the property. First there any county.' The school term in'most a
,Senator C. A:: Carson, ,a prominent wen the real owners of the, land who ,
used away from either .fire. or artificial of the dy counties is as long and in .. _
,resident of Klsslmmee, and Captain light. had to be treated 'With. Deeds were many cases longer than In the wet :. 1

.Clay Johnson, master of the steamer ieolU'ed" ,and with the deeds 'were the
Pitch Wheel, Grease., 'Tar Stains ones. The sale ofwhiskeyLa. nothing D. a
LIl,. "We traveled one hundred and -::Soften the ,stains with lard,, then abstracts. But there were Indian. to do with it, ascot. a single dollar ,
jfoKjr-flvertnlles-down the Klsslmmeerrlver : I who claimed a great deal of .the landas
soak In turpentine. Scrape off carefully of the saloon license goes to the

," said Mr. Hawkins yesterday' with a large knife all the loose their hunting-grounds.. support of .the schools. Yours, very : f
."and In this had an excellent Mr. Morgan has had dealings',with State BankotfisslmraeeOffers
way op.portunlty urfaoe dirt;; sponge clean with tur truly, WM,,N. SHEATS.
: to note: the, conditions In pentlne and rub,gently until dry. the Seminoles for ,..... He has always ,
1TI.b.t. eectlonriKTs an especially fine Mildew-Soak In a week solution treated"them well and claims Supt S. S. Mlblack, of Polk county; r --

region for 'Battle; raisins, and. fine at chloride of lime for several hours: that never has be lost a cow or a calf says in I'IIpll'to a similar l letter .. toeone'addressed I .' .

'herds of cattle-_d sheep can be seen r'nse' In cold water. ."' to them, though others have. When' to Supt. Sheath: "Thatthe } t
to Customers Facility
!on all the prairies: The cattle Industry Sewing 'Machine Oil Stains-Rub be located in Brevard county he met a dry condition has not affectedthelrscboolterms Erery i 1<

Is becoming more and more Important . with lard; let stand for several hours; number of the leaping Indian. and ., .... alL Fourteen Cpnststent with Sound Management.

In Osoeola and Pelk counties. and then wash with cold water and soap. asked for' a conference with them. He years ago I taught in the country (U .
attention advised them that he was aware of the was wet then) and the term Is the same '
-&.be, are paying especial to ..Starch St.a1na-Wet. the Scorched .
Personal Attention to ,All But.eII'1Dt &ed to .PS.JM ,
the raising of sheep. The sheep' rais: places; rub:, with soap aod 'bleach in fact.'that they owned the land, but' .that now ... It was then., New houses are ,
ers and that, there. Is eceslleat profitin the sun. he w.ntedl",, and was'willing to pay being built all over the rural districtsof .

wool, and some of the cattle men I Fruit Stains-Stretch the fabric what, it was!worth." He p.ld'.hem. the the county this year while then they B.. CARSON.. pA>.iH. ;.
$m Informed,have made many thou. containing the stain over the .mouthof money, and the treaties were made" the were in every primitive style of > > "

ands of dollars during the past pear a basin and pour boiling water same as they were 'made during the houses.'!.. So It is evident that thereto .

from the crop of wool 'teat. they .secured ua the stain' In cold weather fruit early colonial period, when our,:[lore- more school money in that -county '
: from their own herfla. spots can frequently be' removed by fathers first commenced to, dive Into now than when they .were wet, even "i"I : _

.'.>was Informed by BenatUc.Canon hanging' the stained garments out',of the wilderness and t. hone*'. though as Supt. Shoats .says the saloon .. i : : .

,and Johnson1 that 'trade on "It I. certainly worth while,'! continued license money does not gq to the .. f "
: Oaptaln doors over,.I11 ht.. If the stain has : + *< ++, *,*,+*. ++++ *+** ** .** **+ +,* , ++* ,*, ;+***
' tithe. Liver Is greatly on the Increase, been fixed by time soak the;, articleIn Mr.' Morgan to a reporter yes support of the. school system, though "
,which la a sure sign that the region Is a weak solution of oxallo acid or terday. "I will now' have' the, goodwill many are under the impression that: It THE, I: '

Incoming more settled, and Is In a hpld the spot overthe fumes of sulphur. of the Indians, and that, Is, wortha does. How" important that we be properly p

'prosperous condition. The steamer Soot Stains-Rub the spots with great deal. I will lose, no 'trees, on Informed on a subject. before 'we Kissimmee Ice Company<

Lily In which 'we made. the voyage dry corn meal before sending the account of the Indians, while if I did talk with aut.horl.-: : ;

marries a large number of passengerson the wash. not t.reat.'wlt.h them In this way I would, Putnam county; has been forced to .

every trip, and also carries provisions Varnish and Paint-If the stain U be tormented. And, after ._.n. their cut her school- term a shorter, :Is Now Ready for Business._ :

/ to a large number of eettlenfcHt7The dissolve good willie worth something In other this year than usual, and she is wet.' '
on a coarse fabric by sat' YXTE TAKE'THIS METHOD OF INFORMING 'THE PEO
) ,
>'/ trip down the river Is a beautifulone alehol U ways. The Indians bring me venison One of the prominent men 1 of,this J
uratlng with turpentine, use '
< and there Is plenty of fishing and on a fine fabric.. Sponge with chloroform and help me In a i'l'8Mman-, ways j.county says we must keep,, the saloons .v v pie .rClsslmmee and contiguous! territory that.we are. nowmanufacturing ; t .
When Seminole right{ he that the and wen i win a superior quality of Ice and solicit their H t"
i:g.mec1urlnr the season. The scenery If a dark ring la left by the. tur you treat a so boys young patronage, ) ;
..along the banks Is mostly 'prairie pentine. Be very cautious not to use i It a pretty genial and pleasant sort, of stay:out of mischief. Keep them drunk for the same. At a large expense we i I'have .eQuIpped 'our plant) : ,'

land, but there are many places where either the chloroform or the turpentine fellow to have around. and then they will not b* able to, get with the best machinery that, trim could buy and are .highly,,

the groves are to be seen. The orange where there is artificial light.-Isbel to the'bpof Into other mischief. That must be the pleased with the results of the that ,has been, given It thte: ,
MIt Hoes Right Idea. What wife sister ,week. We are profoundly grateful for the fat'.1rV8n'
'Wop from that region will be unusually Gordon Curtis in Florida Agriculturist. mother or encouragement so j
,good this. ;year." When pain or irritation exists. on wants them kept 'out of -mischief by us and shall endeavor to merit a continuance of yeur M eV, Po

Mr. Hawkins commented on the any parted the body,an application that method. PEESS REFOBTEB. will and patronage by straight/ dealing down weight..met "olaeegoods.

. 1 beauty of the groveowned by M.... Hick: Thiaks: W. Are bate. Ballard Snow Liniment will glre Tickets on sale! af&erto-morro''alHl; : .ow pHoe ,*fU' I be t

t Pierce, who he said, was also one of There are a good many, -people- ,In prompt relief. "It goes right to the HOW TO SAVE THE BOY. satisfactory Free delivery, by our own wagon'or'" that of "Mr., J.,' I ft

! r the most suooessful cattle raisers of this vicinity who "swear 'b, Hicks" spot," said an old man who was'rubbing A banke..ln" Allegan pounty, Mich- ,M., Q&r'dnerjwho, .will handle our product., .f ;if

G\ Lth4t.-.ecUoo., 'Mrs. Plerce's 'grovo' Is and these especially will be Interested It In, to cure his rheumatism.C. IngajH; three or. four.years ,ago votedto : Very respectfully, .' ,* , .
I )noGMr-north"'of' Lake Okeechc.bee.J and encouraged by tbit'following R. .Smith,' Propr., Smith House, license" the saloons" and they were D. W" $UM 1RLJN!: 1' "

J 9 .Tlse pefrult.will be left In display answer given ID the last Issue of his' Tenaha Texas,_writes"I; hare used brought, back into the country/ A PHONE:101 t *...r .. Manager., : : .

. tfnr several days., Mr, Hawkins also publication. to Sr-Ftorlda Inquiry; n.u rd'.Snow Liniment in my,familyfor few'weeks ago<.ex-Senator. Humphreywas * >i **++" *, +'* ,i: '

. brought back with him. deer, which Here is another pf lobe many anxious several years and have found it at a'botello-AUegaD, and looking :, ,, .'',," :!i

I ,be will,keep'a* a pet'at.'his placer In ..thowghful question"pouring Into to be a fins remedy, for all aches ,and out he saw the Banker walking back 'Tr' ,' ,: '\:"fj

t t :Uverslde., our.odea( : t'Ple'aie' tell me,'! says .... pains; and I recommend It for pains In I and, fprth la front. of the ]hotel bar:* ../i.

.. -' '; -.. .- J. F..Todd, Waldo,' Florida, "U you the throat 'and 'chu"'"' 25o 60o and, room,. 'and .looking ,In. when anyone 'I ..,.:'
:r.w.r: .... ,
t think ths' conjunction of Jupiter and 11.00 a> all drygginta.Lloeaae opened the door The senator went ou>. :. .. !>
. If'It'were riot fof the town papa Saturn In 1893 wee the"cause of! the r Taxfts Upheld.' and spoke to the. 'banker. :.

Joe would' beT/oViolUdt. Your sue* freeze ,that < '"destroyedodr orange : The banker: said, ""Senator' I' am 1 "NqVV;FIRM.taORfl ,-
; :
bd deolslofiofJudge; Call :
your sorrow would Downedla Blnoethe '' '
'eel" ; trees. And now that these planets uneasyaboutmy"boy. Do you ,think *, *
b a, horse pond' of oblivion.:* Your hate separated, do you known of adythcr upholding the State license law in theca .: he may bs (In, the. saloon?, Did you. 1M

' next door neighbor would not know combination which will( make It C:of,,' the: petition, for mandamus' see any't.hla, of biroP'. : : R'AVE$1rtdoe t "
had made a sale of propertyand ) against- tbs' taY'collector, /:! of Duvaloounty.tbelftattdiney >
tbajt you Improbable thatwe will have the old "Yes, I saw him la the back Moon! "
our wife had purchased : D. U. Fletcher '
a .new time orange grawing weather of fifteento < ofjthe saloon plaIDCBt'l1.ltJd! drinking ftt ..
turnout. If it wen nottor' the town the.oommltUW tft ",the -
and Turpentine

(paper: people would not know test you This'twenty Is very years vital It:"sifb,",;edt;; not .only'[Operators. 'AssoclatkM bars..,ad vised," replied_.Senator speechless'HumphCeJ'?tot<' a THE, \Vii. (Bs. '' MAklNSOISIaviug dO.N : ..a

existed, and care lea When you against further"proeeedldgd, tithe, -, "M 'i
t to our Florida friends;bulb all loversof moment, and then from' a heart full \ orU t
vwBfflc' : up town, feeling the earth could. the luscious Florida orangey We matter and urge' the operators' to, paf. of distress; cried out;. '011; Oodl! how purchased the Hardware business tri the'Wr') 3.>'d'?

\not 4)0. 1 along without youthat the starswctuldieiase do not hesitate to say that in ou!tff t*,, ,&.he'tax. the _.b.Jt.I., savemy boy.from;run?" .i i, kinSOri Cd. we take this method of Informing the public of that: '

4 ,!" to".shine, luat"rememlrei Ion, the peculiar position of the jnajof: One of (ignlflcant statementsteade "You \bave.:a. ,,grave:; problem': .to I >,, fact and ol soliciting the'same liberal patronage'that bee beep ' '.
at.if 1110' one else recognizes-your by Mr. Fletcher In his.,letter'totheme 1 '
planet during the last decade has '' solve. -" -4- ;! given our pYededessor\ :;;' Our motto will be, a full i land oomptettf''
: taportaats the reporter Is awed by been t.he'obief cause' of many unusual mittee which employed; him, to I !'L would give halt 1 am worth to <; line or goods coffered! at dive and let,,jive, prices.., Our stock will<; ;
;jour tread yoursubllmeV t'0v1 Jaw and that will save
\' .m. JWtlo tfaers; deceive, : tellJli1they phenomena;.among them the cold and those-wntr test one resistance to. destroy every salood in ,the country," !>, embrace Hardv/are,. B\\ lder'. Siipplias-Sash, Doors. Blinds.; :
Nlell.Cle. contemplate '
r you
may frost that wrought snob destruction InFlorida. said the banker. j! Paints Oils Putty Olass.""':"'-Guns. Ammunition '' Sportins j '
Goods ,;
wool like to buy 1011. for'what .. If the Sun and Earth were' the occupation taxes, either' city or ....!.'Ahl It seemed ,cruel'' to effllnd YOU <; of all kinds; to 'which 'we will add Furniture and; House Furnishings : ;

..You arewort. stud sell you for what. ;, the problems of storm I SLatA'muchrt1IIbJe'' "and expense. ; to I oflta.ClWt-but. you, should. ,hate tome > within the next month. We will be pleased :to have your- '

'. .-you think wUl.t;jrot idby are worth, but notice the'' town andwe&Ihef''I.; quite,certain that we heed- Is as follow! ?.. areViaclined, I to? that coDclu.lon.when.. we' wanted ; \-trade and will ,endeavor to merit I it 'Jjy,. ,ft alt: 'dealing; :courteous r
paper you, :yourmfhg "I find thathe'courts .
would always have the same kind of i jol1.1J.n! tll4fight to keep them treatment and reasonable,prices. xJ ,
and:Wing, and make "OUtfeel weather during the and"over to 'uphold,, generally license taxes, out of the country., Nowthe' have ... .
\ou same seasons* ... J . : '
M though amounted to some- leaning to the view that U largely '
the ' sections. of the, globe.At i your boy, and I do not know, 'whatyou J :
' lj.whenyp' \do toot,' AI"a,. 're- matter of legislative discretion, load AT THE MAKINSON BUILDING. :|
a do. May God : -
the time of the Florida frost, we" i can ; help )'ou : .
IIMmber tAesO) ; statutes kind ; "
) paper Fat sustaining of this exceptwhere ,
!, ..;.. .Id.\h..t. we dldn' believe that lblllener..Uon theyviolate the; constltuttpn'ofthe Ex.: < .
'" -'
"Thv dally papersSrr: ,"X" right, Ifwant would,witness such another : Stata'or of,:the United :States: An exoha&ge gets off the. following: "r R
.,+thetf.v ,,bas U\he-bome: visitation In that region.! We' are still held to be the the salts of the earth, T_ '
case men ,
This Is generally : .If. ,.are: : .
wee .
thai advertises.your. luilness. of the. > same, oplnfonRicks..9avee'Two. - j j -, when this, tax Is prohibitive and .' women, are undoubtely ,the--sugar t. :. :.;/ : ', ,.." ';,

yoneools_ . 'your' churcbeX your i n' Pros*' Oath., amounts to taking of 'property without Salt Is a necessity- sugar a luxury

,no ,y 'oclet.len; lympatblxey with t due process ofthe, law.". -! ,:,.tu. Vicious men are;saltpeter; 'stern men 'i
, '
/ afflictionand"reJolcVi In ''Pu little daughter had an', almost gustine Record '"*' \i: are rock salt; nice men are: table I.salt.

:your o. '")., In short, It U Wur fatal It.t.aek.of'! whooping!cough', .andbroncltls.1 Old maids are brown sugar;; 'good- flWMARKETJ
week "
d d' ''at wry the ihoW. writer M....",W.; K." Havl- .'Do, Yow'VTMtjro. Yawa.T': natured matron are loaf: sugar, .and

, ;.r to i .,Jnblcl, /, you ire f\- land, of Artnonfc, N.'Y.', "".!but,, when Feel' colfrshlverlngs; aching. In- :the pretty" girls the fine pulverized: sugar. : SASS"OLD .D

, teres\durlagiheXyearw\; \ hlc\ all;'other remedies fa1lew.saved her ,and Pass the pulverised sugar, please.", STAND)
headache '
you ot. bones, lack of energy, ,, .
andjtoth.ytaly'pa:( ,;.. with DI'.''King's New Discovery., Our "
)ts. '' In advanced great .depression These 'symptomsmay Representatives In Congress and d.. J <' '
'piece, who" had ,Consumption' TRE 4VESFOP "
be followed by violent :headache Senators now receive a salary of M, . .': .
. used this wonderful
I ipa" lionumeptal,, ''Wo ; also , .- high v'fever, extreme nervousness' a 000a' year.,,tut It Is said there Is quiet .- C.- ,.f'!'! 's , .
T turning Vut.thabes medicine And today; she .Is per.fectly *. condition known'sm"tualarla. Herblne movement on foot Increase their compensation c, -?ah ., a1
grad "
. 'well* Desperate7 throat and to. 97.SOO year. The argument if
irlWat It.Take' ,lt, before' the: disease -
They hir,mostreason4b1 '. .furnished a'- ung dlseases t:' ;yeild to Dr: King's; Dls- cures gets a fair hold; though It will work a la favor of the increase' that, Handles n6thing but 'the'' best; chtfcest( Beet'pork: .

n'' people Vlth. >YI"0' other medicine on earth,' cure inany ,stage. ;J. A*: Hopkins, the'c6st ot living haa'T.itlt increase' and' Mutto *-that .the "market .affords.- Orders solicited;, :' /, .,
*kr the handsome I ''allible for Coughs and Colds.. 00 Manchester, Kan., writes1 have since. thepre.entsalary: .figure was ,and promptly attended, ; '}''ree'dellveryIntownn ' ' : '

wsVoti' last\resUnf. .''pi oe a .OO bottles guaranteed :by used your great medicine, Herblne better.for fixed, and. that Congressman: ,.conld. ;. "' .1"... .. ...,. ..". ","jL.* ,r.....,...".... 'i, ''i !". '

', 3toff" YQh'_ ? get pothlnjrOrjp : i ,,0. a.I'hiarmaoyTaLLbottlefee.> . , ; >' several' ;years.There: Is :nothing1" bead- then live betur on $ *,OOO a year than :' 1\ - . . :_;, ;. t.: 'J" e "1.'
I ,
1. malaria chills, fever ," '
HUm Uiese for dad > .
t ,gentle- ' <
L < ''' 4 '-' '.aj. .'
1 a "
'iie benoasad'pn7,5o0Q; year.Tampa"1 .
rieei.rtl2,; Ala xua county'had not shipped a ache; biliousness for a blood .
_t le ow.. They ; sand ; fSIi PHOis "
; e1'J'
,'\.. ... t---, l \, bp#"tiiAjur'anges, In a l nine: years L until purifying''' tonl<4:"there,, 1s nothing.. ,asgood. '' custom house collections : ; _. } \ ,
ate .' . lastweeba gentleman or Taoomaship :
'y , q gDprfuda, ',. pad, a. car-load- .- ,. ** ..'*. ,60o ..r..l ,druggist. .*.. I for,,Septeffiberaggregftt! d $14$,660.45,

.. l' 'C" '''I'.,"'.'.\'1\',';&,j.;'_-.I' ; ",,,'r I'.; I. f '" ,".I,,,..' ,tl "....., ',.y'S,\!".v."->'/"" .... .'.....,. ,;-0-"" ... ... [ It" w, ..,.. b A', t J '.., :,'II.' v. ;,!', 0_r"' "v't.'' }I'*. "iy ,t '


,. \ '.' ... '
., -
'" : ""It'l'.i ',

.. ;j ,J'' .y

.' (l ,/: '4 j .... 3" .
't'u _
/, ----. --- -----, -- '
He was frightening tier .more than

I 111 Yy V be realised. But abe crowded,-down , - ,3
1 ber fear' and responded: 'OUIBUDCET L.

"Harold, my dearest :you may safely
r trunt, In 'me. What have you tt> '" N.JI"1 .

'" r t t ten!"'" fty'IIc r t 'or 0Il.1'" .
L'J lA- rT.r j '
>too u at 1 tG ,.' $ .1:' r 'Sal
> Food ti
Clung to Urn: .anVl smiled with a \\\8'- aW Yl > ; .

terness. .. deepW thaV words; Sbo did C nlho:'. "td&. *..t L AI'No : '
not know what It she said. Sumo '
matter how a man m..V dress, ,
CO> .T BOMDIUI'I Sour, tae,1E men,mlght affirm that the blow ,fallen Stable '
< l'J :'Tu-not hit clothes tint make him> Stable
r$ .. upon tolu', wast not: 11.load' after, all ;: 1 i
H.u--rl 1tr .L The Zlngara making! more fuss anaplatterehie / ImleWI, the trwclls themMlv confess, ., ,:
.* wal"17rt7"tlflaAnt"' -.. .*. ..-.ftll..fOtIlII.--'wa de JJltl J'l'9.Jff4u'KJe' mu.lcsl'.vorce7llabwu.' face 'and .jRtead SOllie.. ?" Alor.-." ? oftu- 'tis, they, break lle him.tynun Hera. Id/- '-. .-

The Banjo illd over the beach water dashing and "plnshlng through .the-! eyes anal '
8 ,
tnejn! To him ,it, was. Infinitely. worse. .
"/lepltltbet' +oga amber, ,aud ,JC1..fJIJ fswit.IconI.F} '11 1 r 'Callml I>*wn.Ycs .
tIP''t.t(' ipk ;; ( ),ecause tbe blow must'also fall Finest in' Town.
t lights, fringing/ / her* bow with: foam nud upon be -'- Turnouts -
at the prow briugiug{ lierto' like ,tier. Nevertheless, It was sweet (0 sad. l live la,the' top lint '
sopsntMHliUiBl! *-*uew ttivr leaving w jvak seething, bub- Whenever )'olf'\t* 'out thai way, drop: )
>$ the have her clinging to blur and assuring -
+ A'' te\lt'rldJ\ $ oirw-rrou :11tf' /( btes-aa abe neaTed plerVbcre the In." 1 --
.t stood bji? awnltlUR th4rrtval hotel, .guests ovens Standing.Those\ alui that be could trust hcrrrcrypweeL 'Drop In"' jvpentcd. tbe other. *Do
:;afternoon steamer bringing I 'Tlie who recognized: friends on tbe little you think I'm-ccmlug. In an air ship?' Apt for Stan .ard on C'oIDDany.
and' such guests-her fate might" steamer" fluttered ,handkerchief 16welcome lec1a. bo said! ; bl.olc was perfectly -' -CGlcago. / PostF.apree.lre .... 0 ;,

; &,-These turned to watcb the, > dleiu% or waved white hands In tbe, for hi* manhood demanded . ., ---

log of 1)leaj)\ !IUII".pnDya.pnjthin$ sunset glow laughing and chatting. that he brave,.nnd Fam.He '
} 'idly Interesting such. tan 'watting'jor"jlbem'to come. strong-and true to her! ,, "You have been -"Tbat bets terrier o, yo'.m has a '
rs day with tbe uppu.snpphlrw *Uy1 The blue eyes.of Mrs. Graham were the. sweetest,of women always., You speaking couiKeimce, linen f be?"* .

be amber and green nd gold. .of penetrating, and they were steadily are bfavo...too; 'and you"love me.' So She-"I>o >'od think so?" KiSS "Ivl >E ,

l ooeau. / . regarding the"notay Zlngara ... sbo tar: In our married, I have given Ho-"Yes, It tuijs to uii, plainly as - -, ",. ,

GeorglJ!", murnjure< Harry'' I>d- plowed the golden water-lights.' heecogulccd you everything you could desire tbat words could" 'tf" are of ths dog!**'"'- 1

; her husband Clwb g' those money could buy.' Now-I cannot I Kansas, City Journal.
to his companion. removing
r, cigar from hliillps surprUrd' ad- on deck Just forward of the ('lIbln.but. have not,one penny In;;all tbe world --'"oho E.IVEEEOt7TE : 1
The :Farts C_...
ber love that Is mine: .
i eyes toeing keen with ,
tlou. "I say,7; >>>ld h01.L'bQ.J..that.( ..
Iii bont- she- also recognized that be was unusually She sighed., The tense lines of bee Uncle Jolm-Which Is right, \VHllo, ,

ot woman the 'gray her excited and, pale! face:relaxed; her baud* upon his ai'oi 'I have had my loots blacked; or' '1 .-STEAMER LILLiE_ STEADIER, ROSEADA.Captain .
-sult' with the gold anrhor ott "
were quite steady. She bad feared have had my l cta blaokojo l; Jr. Th
and the pennon around h6r' tTb 'lutwhom this woman was Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson

'4 : Phew! You have a beauty here, watching -.irw her'as!' quickly .as sheatd e something so different that this was Unci'Utlo-"l John guess You neither lionli aln't rights"117boot. Regular weekly trips. .to Basslnger and return. Roseada. leaves Klsslm- ,"i .

:' him/ 'IInever failed to singleout a relief.. wtf lace Tuesday morning_ and arrives Klsslmmee frlday evening "
, .. need l>::,cklng. -1J.ston 1'rnuscript -
tbat all Harold
"Is ? "
'rompan100..brUZge4-hls-slioul- tills oue' woman. In any crowd, Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeecbobee and Fort Myers. on the Llllle JY
t where she might be. He lifted his bat He fell bucic from her jetting her
:clgnlflcantly, knocking the-anbes Comfortable accommodation for passengers., Rates reasonable.
bands -- //1
'' his cigar against tJjtf'pler-ralllnffr ,asnhcy game nearer} perceived rail from his arm. Amazementwas Where Sh* .MlrtMd It. -' The most picturesque Waterway l In Florida. s

ur Jgnoraujco pro Ulmi, your; so- that ''sbe'saw him.' There was not a upon every feature' of his face. Te s-"Poor MayMack 1stry.asked For Passenger and Freight! Rates apply to ;w!.:

Jn dbelwadetDels/tDlllIDghmt1: ( trsreeffolor; I Jn ;bis face J..od, h ls, Then be recovered himself believingthat tier if she wood! care to IMI satin>led .. CLAy JOHNSON' /SR.: Proprietor tf 1 .a
she did understand
;, the laliT' rejoinder. "Every one black,eyes burned like coals from its with love In a 'cottage with lil'n." .- On board "Llflle--Klulmmee.;
pallor restlessly' as though he were "All.'Atecla? Is It not quite enoJf gh? 4
Is any one 'or has_,been any Jew-".\0.1 at.e refused lihnV" .
,this season'knows Mrs. Grai. haunted by some'dread Do you comprehend that I say that 'we 'Tess-"Ye*, bbd the next day she. .i ,(1
Alecla.! stepped a" little back from befriends r have not one penny In tbe world to .
She carries a fortune la ber discovered th t' was nt sew.pore"rbliadrll.bfa
'OtttlCt' .
: live upon-aor die upon; not ono :! '
t Sbe was at one side of tho penny "
and nabob's In : Press
a ransom
gang-plank where the steamer'stoppedand' ? Is fliat not enough? Be"carl-cut eVERQ'M"AN'' HIS..OWNoOeTO"R.I :?
.Peck?+t+ .JiOUGU.Uk. ---
beaullea. eltber. There 1s waited.Cor'her'bugband. tocoroev upon too world with nothing but creditors 5)alt Too Literal. Hamilton M. "D. '
a By J. 1'tYC"S. .
'.': u cb1tk to her, Tbe Dolor came and\w4st In;: clamoring about me-and you! Tote-"I had 'my fortune ,told the : : !
,0CrI" UIY
.iI'J t m'+ l tu Ue. IWT !lacfJlKr; ftvtjtvol wer k burning Is this 117"s other: day and my fiance broke off the A 000-page Illnitrated. Book, nUlnlng! per I

tip be'' 10Jr : # l ttc... II': with'nerroo:*; excitement | | FJ B "But my mojaey.. Harold? How calm I engagement." taiaing to dia....s of the human syjttpm, Knowing now to treat aad ;

adores her:pwiap. Mri"arah'am'bpnng lightly on) tha she walr'! Surely she did not realizes Jack" Vby Is she a bel'ev Iii. such ear* with simplest of medicines. --rho'? book contains analysis of '

t 8 has husband, then Is be pier, ere the plank was thrown out what it meant to be penniless. "Can I nonsense' eonrUhip aDd marriage! ; rearing and management of children,.W ,

/ and again/ lifting: his bat courteously/ ; we Dot manage upon tbat until better 1 Tom-.*Xons..nse nothing! It was sldes valuable prescriptions, recipes, etc., with. a full complement of 1'1

0 ourse.. 9"qt( ;'11-1 la"IIII .,. tpjher,and.Jior.cprnpanions! greeting1them' times are for us?'' You. will retrieve i told ber by a. 'D1er<'lln l.. agencyCblOugo ."-* facts in materia medica that everyone should know. A :f.

ow. Spends : wlfli a' word or smile, ,here andthere yourself; you could not stay Dally-Vewn. This most indisp.nsabla'alljunct to every well-regulated household will b* :

OU.P on 1I.'iWnhetle'MignJfh' / ,;turned fwjtbta;v up the pier to* crushed. Your brave heart Would : -- mailed, postpaid td anv addr ... on receipt of pries, SIXTY'CENTS. *

; "t'H. 'o shoddy; blue blood straight', ward" tbe hotel. Ml never ,admit that, .dearest" i Too F..Udl. 'Aadrsss. .$

d Surely I ,you )hnve beard of Was It warm lu tbe city HaroldH He groaned again turning/ bin face., PUBLISHING LOTD
*at bouse of Graham? They Very warm Alecla-suffocating. Il( from.,her eyes eu }i iI"
1k i 4s-like champagne to breathe<< this air I
ave been abroad..lie and bill i "Your money Alccld Your money
Thel. : \1J ( ,/comgthe\ pcwm. Let us go down to, was in with mine and has gone, too.I .
tt&SfS JS% the bMrcbf'lf'you' are not fatigued. I
"liue ( believed ], this last

mrIfl'Ill 1"of,I a .ramtnotaaUgudttlarold..Shsl 1. investment, and put every penny lulu
Nl. ."_Lea' coming up." 'we!'?//if"ttr' ttie5vlllon"or"tilong'th e It-every one! The house closed today

*, 91lrned'; toward tbe ,woman in sands--" __ thoucb ''BO one outside Is aware Florida East Coast Rye

......a.-.he-we..asttotedtothe- IQlii aU>ng.JbeKmds,".be ,aid. rcsfc.lessly of it; and as I sball give up everything

.., a talL highbred gentleman stand.r ,-keeping his eyes.resolutely from I cannot meet the demand. I , j a ...

, before, ber' bQ'1beaded. hlj cigar meeting beis. "A long distance 'OD ball weighed to the earth with liabilities. ] t LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April ,II. 1903.
'to-:Xeplune, ';;I I' old added; tb-snnd', Alecla- where I can have I shall .drag you down as j I ,

: you myself.. Then-" ah!-" be broke. well. But, of it all, the "bitterest Is eti ..SOWTMSOUNO fOWK. ONONTNSOUND-naAOUp. ,

)\o need to ask It you have en- bit/ suddenly.. -IIow flan I tell you that: ;your money !Is gone through me. 1 -L'tfa' 1 ....n .D.II a..TO }

The house Is Alecla. It was aU STATIONS.
.tbo salL CrabauirAYour e yours Dally. Dally. D&l11..
: telfs |t4c|<*f I II t O tj) j'.rthis. l! iha.O l tbajjoe'aIiopl! bought and made over to'"you when .

: dazz lugty. Her lifted llarot't: ," she said steadily an there bint of failure. And !! "r Ma LT.......... ...Jaokonvlli. . ..... ..........Ar TiSa '
4ta . ...........:.. .....,."II.n..III..L.. 1015 I
r ,' even In that 'elel\Jl'g41trcre; }' ; fwee"J"(1iI! nt't'd..not (ear. Nothing your Jewels are yours. Were you not : I to ,10 Ma .'I..... .........aLA au.Un...................;. Ota I 'U )0-4.
g enn color of \ Site dan' can f htirtne-mtW1i-WL1le t haveypuP accustomed to tbe luxuries of our "I I Il fen .......... ....... .., l1...Ing.. .......z........ . :'. .. line A A ,
home '_.! d. hats. .... .... B Palatha....... ... . _Clara m71! IIt.
; F a bunch of seaweed lu band you might; call this a fortune; :!
one 7 .. . . ... ,. ...... 'MI a 11'.mop"
that tbe water' .h (]'Si3t drip 'Th'atw .' smile!! of hers was I nevertheless I Is not half equal to .the "Wot'a le matter u'l>l Hungry [: .. II T ... .. . .. ... ......PeattalZ l .415 fOp CLZ
her dress. Tbe'sunset struck on her face' as ''she lifted !It to"'bis as fortune I lost for ,ou." gins tiow?" 1I11r'j .. II: .-U ........ A.. ..... .. ..... ...a.aIas i :.. ...........: t;.. .. ...111 _
Sbe smiled ... ..... .. ... ..... ..... ...8&101.1'.0.-..... ...........Ar 'stun"ail ....c10 .,
through the brown'of her hair they. passed along tlie recovered walk very softlytaking his "Aw, he's tfttln'! too swell\ fee .h -
.i Ly..bwii" ... .... .-....Li t Wa / III'."
the pretty caj>., . around! the hotel piazza and out on the hand in both of hers and leaning/. her business! Won't sleep Ir, nolbln but': ft"' c I TO! .... .......... ....Jlu".I1..... ... t Ota 1 !61'r ... ..0;
l ...... ..,. .. ...... .... ..... ...
cheek against It. =: QY ... I>upnnt..: 100 '
have bad flower beds. -Ally Slopei. .
such other
a delightful ,side toward the beach. There I' s... ] t' 111' ... ......... ...OrBiond......., ... ..... ..... p.5,111
." she said, "(bat, my face would I were groups here and there on the "I love beautiful things" sue said. --- 4 < S p 111' ...... ...... ,....Paylona......,..... ... .... IT "1p ::11I.-4..Q r y
a << not to show "What"woman does not? But. after Kp clallr Poor Clrouuataneea."Only I to. tlp.. ...... .. .....:::....l'or'Or.III1O........... .. ... .. ..I ,., ..
craven 14 Mr. Ben- piazza, reading talking "or Idly l
: p ..Nrw' Bmyr.ia........... ........ .
i. ,The Banjo Is* well pained. watching tbe light of tbe fading sunset all. I can be kuppy without them Har' a silver watch said the pan'n- E: M .. ...... ....Oak lilll. ....... .........,. 14 rIP 0"0
Is the music old. Having each other, and our broker. "The-last time 1 advanced 011:2: j n'lt. .:..a.::.,1.... ..... Tllu..II...........:?....... l "4a :11I"-4 w t
of motion. upon the water and the glimmer i II I' -.;;..........;... .Ooeo.t ..............:. 11 MaU4ta n 0 '
; handles the ropes as deftly of sails In tbe distance against the health and brave hearts, should we- jounoney; on >one watch. bad a solid .rr i t I to ....................SueUNIRe.t.'! ................ .11' )' Z-4 1 Se. .. .
not feel that gold case" a: : 11. .. .......ZauOsllt.i.uf., ............ M la 11 .3Xot
the Uteral banjo strings," added heavens. These tbo two must greetor we are blest .Whatever ( W Wet.. .. .......,..M.nburnepr............... Soon /)011I
Oohurat. "May I have'the pleas. exchange with.them light words of you did with my moDU1011 didtar'the "Yes,.-replied Hird-tipp: *. "but-er- 00. l"a . ...... ............. . ." '............. .i p> > : V..
S .a ; ............. _... {
treat I circumstances alter cases you know. _. at. Lu-1a.u.s. (P
of am assured. The one tbloA'tbat. T 1. 1":11:0.:
making my friend known to compliment IC G 510. ..... .... ......, 1.. .......... 'ftl' lti. .c'! '
? )fro llnrry Dllllngbam, .Mrs. "There have so many chips passed .,I regret I II' that every demand -Public Ledger. ., !k.w fe/ ... .. .:..:........_Tihba1s .-...,................ i 14 U aloeia A al p .
i G1 iA cp.......,..:........ .. ..Eden..n: .......... o. ,,. .,
.' Dfl ingham's been tramping to-day she said! ,' mechanically! not' to cannot be met. Of course wo will Woman and. the Ballot. ARLBU SN ....... .......:..: ".. "" ............... ..... IO."Z-4, :
the forests of Maine allow silence give-up! tbe..bouse; that will surely 55.. ...... ........ .Stuart. .... ... I 1t. '"
to fall .
this them. "So IOl.aMax
upon He-r"And so tblnk U..h It women ........ .. ... : . "
and you L 1 Pea .....'H"ot..Sound..... ...:.:.. ....:. t.. I* 14ii s ,
.,,.and only now comes to Fire many drips Harold-but they all goby a good deal may help you. bad the ballot they would have uilnda- ...J lei ................ W..t Juplt...... ... : .... .... p MaMa ATttAJXTQKD O.1 .i
&."_, be from Tbe Jewels I will keep -because-you /Sea .:.... .... ......W.UI'.lm Beach................ !";
: says-! ,pure friend ; they never stop or stay, of their and be able! to ...... .. .. 1" p Y"0.
own give logical /Ma I' ...........Borntoa. ........ .. ..... .. Ilea '
for me,' which-I doubt To "Yes: :' he said bitterly, commanding gave them to me, and because-"bow reasons for the:r beliefs FFETHC THC /M. :....... ,...T........; Dalray. ....... .......... ..... I p I' 1105 .p.l: a .r
; nd from the killing; of deer to his voice by a powerful effort .leadfly'ahe spoke-"because there Is .01. # ................ .Ft. Laada dale............... . 'f a alb_ A.
"Every She (decl.lnl"I) now": they I D>> INa 1. .,.......... ....... Hallaaflal' ..,.... ..... ....s... p t Sta ; Z;
*killing of dolpbla: f.r 'Wome other thing passes, Alecla.; like tbe, ships:" no reason why I should jrlve them up.- would a Tea .....*.....,:... ..Lamon City .... ............ vrlv .. _
", sake Jsn't.-nineteenth cen. "Not everythingHarold.. Love nev You think tbat I do not comprehendthis He-"But hotir !do yon know It?" Ar...m...........;Miami ................ ..-i.v. Ip 'I. .

k code Here comes the steamer. er drlfti by when once it finds harbor Harold. I maj not know nil tbat I Sho"Why, because.; "-Knncnw!! Pity SCHHDUT.ZS! : : OF BRAXCH LIl'fJCJr' : i,

: .ZI oJ' G .Jovet Wonder, what's Tbe-xdnds 4n<] tbe currents cannot this means bat I am certain tbat I Journal. --- -- '
I. >>eD to the 'otherAreyou'ex move Its Its anchor "sinks so deeply have you and have.'DO tear: I can be I BHA WIL : DBAKOH.Na.1 i ,

-.- '" .pecting 'any, bflls putt;, Mrs..,5 Graham In fhe heart Harold, that only a dead happy In but one room at a time. Our Happlaraenlarjr. W.. '. ItMiIJ _' -- :.. Na.1
:"Xo one," said Mrs. Oraliam.,. with heart yields It up"'He home .Is beautiful but I felt always 1Ie-oTbere': a sometbHig-t wii.nt .you Dally 81".10. Da'll I'1 0. Dally sal ,
.' that I could be well iNa ............ T1 i.TlU. .........Ar $0
supreme conviction.-. "Most of my turned upon ber In sudden fierce myself Just an In to make for my birthday present." I T Ha ..............Mlmf............Ar' 011"I' 10 lea !H..M. 8at,
el ?
;:' : .Irk d. 'tlta 7at"''ModDt": '.Bert or"'the oe... Ills .burning eyes flamed Into a less luxurious place You'mu t 8be-"Why, I've already made ..fourblrth.1a I MaMa. 'Lt...........Ot* a..,......,.Aril as a I Ipit p II a ,.... Lak lf 0ItyAI" ,,
not despair. I shall not let S L..a.,. rI...,........ rU,, 110. II ate. LT.Or.... }IIJ
;Tboasafidv islandsor/ -EsiropeV: HMy hers, but she would not:falter. _ '. ;you de. ) present. I sent it to you yes /Me A.r.......... Banftrd ....... ......11 eo ..II 10. _II 44.. ....Or. .'* S S i p 1 ,
-'husband and I came here to watch "You bare never been tried." be spair. tenia)." I fcalln

the waning of ship, lo.tead'oC npendIng.the aid, hoarsely. Twilight was setting over tbe water. He-"Yes' I tot that: now I want you 'col. .y. a. Jay bally.* lion MATFOBT DBA.NOH.. 1:.... 1T4 '. Ma.20Bun.. INh.Ilr
aummerwhere: dress is tet by ,"Try me"' she said. The dlnner.bour was almost at band -to make a diagram .bowlng'wbat It'sto .1. Only.

Fashion's decree. One needs rest'after' But be'made' no answer, and she and they must return to the botel and be used for."-Catboiic :'l\clllrd 10 01 OOY' .M.L".lIl1On.\1I.-.A.r.. $ a ,
the' S Ma LT.... ..0. J..k. ". ..?.:.1... .,...... lSo ITCa
winter; not to their friends and 10.05 .11.1. fHa $
ta.hloQ..80 could to tbe cblt-ehat- Times
the surf not speak--further with the light 151' .00.L..Pablo.8..h..L.. ........ T Ua4a 1 f ioa
bent and the the growing fear In her heart; and BO Inalienee and laughter and songs and careless CHI. It Ms, pap .llaLv..AI1antteB.wb..ynn. .. ..... ,00. lisle $$10t' '
.''coastguard-and sand*-" *. ,they descended tbe steps of hearts /and bright eyes, and bide this Prlrat Zoo. 11 tta .5 .J..Ar..Xa7por' .. ......LT ........ 1 1110.

'TB- brilliant: smile tbat came and tbe pavilion and struck out upon tin blow for tbe one night at least Smith-"Come' and 30 with me to the TII... " tb.tlnm at vhlflh train may be .ip Ht--' to arrlv..and 4topart
,went "You Zoo." I j from tha ......1 itatloDa.. but thalr arrlTal or Aep.nurs at iha lima acted !. ,
Instantaneously raarMivad
but was like sands wbero the surf hissed and I meet not despair, lIarold.deare.t son dos U4v Oompaay bold ItMlf rtsponalbl for not
i sunlight, ,upon her face: finished the seethed with the lifting and falllufr of ," added Alecla presently! they Jones-"No, thank ;you. I'll stay nt' iron. any dalay or any oon.puao..rl.ln' Ukara- .

sentence' eloquently.. the ,)reaker!. two standing alone upon the sands home My oldest daughter docs the I

"And sailing! added Bensonhnrst. The sand was heavy, and they with tbe purple and lilac and pink of kangaroo walk my second daughter I KEY WEST AND HAVANAPENSULAR / 'v'
with his talks like a parrot, son laughs ilko
significant my
twilight falling around them and the
uplifting of tbe moved
slowly along with the
she AND
i eyebrows. ,"Especially the.arrival of dangling seaweed: be with his! boars murmur of the sea at their a hyena, my wife watcbm iuc like a I OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS. AT r

tb. 21ngara. with her passengers; :Mrs clenched, bands, tbe soft lights:upon feet; afar off, against the lifting rose hawk, my cook is as cross AH n bear. ArIl13. 1903. ,

Graham P j them the ocean and of njoonrlue. a white sail glimmered.Her and my motbcr-tn-aw say. I'm nn old iOUTM 80U D. I . ] n

-1 "XeB," replled'Mrs. Graham, absent Beyond, They,turned the the ships Jnst face lifted.steadfastly to his., was gorilla. When I go anywhere I wanta LT IIL mtlana.Thar. ..... .... ,..... a ot. {LT. RaTana n..r.I.MOUTH' ..BJSB.........j., .... 11 mm }
bend la tbo Tl'p I ky ........ ........... \ ...... ..... yt
ply cbapge.
Her Wasp. LA.. "p Frt J
eyes on tb<> approaching touched witb some Indescribable softness .... .. 10110" Lvfi.yW'uaTrra ,
steam* beach and were alone so far as curlus -- j t aywweuaThua .. ......... i 1MV t
t't ere slowly swinging the sea-weed'' to eyes could see OB curious of:light and shadow from the Arrfatauen.lre......... .. .. ... ...... t1 ma ArMlamlTuc*.. B...........?..1..1.I.: ; 110 J
""" cancatch Tb Hull DC Passlos.The I .
'".andfrose\"never.splashing her gown any:,.word not: .meant for them world around them. Tbe golden anchor prospective heirs of the dying For: opy of Local Tim "EYel'7thID' brre" 'is' restful on her sleeve caught reflection from Aft.
i very I Then Harold- Graham stopped and miser come silently Into his nlckroom. I
chat The Ip... ){r...> Bcnsonhurst! faced bis wife. -lie'p1aC'l'd tome marvelous the moonrise and glowed against thesoft Tbe physician I. seated /by the side of .
party from the sail-boat were restraint himself gray of her gown like an emblem
upon -for be the patient a finger on his puize. |
gathered about them, baring alighted was a passionate mail-and wben be of hope. "'V, will face the future "How Is our dear uncle today, doctor .

and were also awaiting' tbe arrival of disengaged the seaweed from' her fingers and-conquer' It. Harold! ?" ask tbe pionpcctlve ;.el.... |

the 1I'Ir.1.11I1112 steamer;Mrs. Graham letting! It fall unheeded upon tier It was.a question' as well as a comforting "There is enroll change in his! condition

was conspicuous among' -. them"for, be sands, its touch was very gentle. Both assurance, for.she knew how ,'* Whisper. the doctor. I ITbo .... .. ..e.e.
beaut'aDC graco."Unless .. much this ,fashionable world .
her,bunds he elc1.l liv his, and drawing was to dying/ miser rouses tfmnelf! by A .
: ''>I' anr 'xnbtaked" .Ninette, him so,',be laid them upon his him. and bow be demanded luxury supreme effort "Sll1 l; tbnnife?" bo .

Bradley said, turning to. Mrs,;'Graham breast, his eyes, upon ben. where she would force herself to bo gasps 'rut-it-Ip-my piKketr:

'"yoiuvnusbind 4son. the steamer, "Alecla rappy without It. We-Do.
; Judgo. : Job
Ateclat There Is scarcely; ever any '"Harold!".' I will agree to be true to each |k tinting

.mistaking him. Is there 'He I Is'.'aucb '.;"Jd) :'darling,'you believe that. Hove.. other, deareit be made answer.veygravely. ; why They :rr1..d. J I

a-magnlflcentTnarrr'AlecJa Tour'.4 "Harold, what first made you think!: .. w i

r graham .hook.'ber'hfac and "Perfe*tly.7 I They turned back toward the hotel, of marrying
,turned her face with one 'of' those! YoU told me back" there to try you. feeling that were beginning a new life "Well it wit: do' no liana to tell you : Of All [irids.j' ;

..swift..transfiguring; smiles, upon ber I. shall try you infinitely." -unknown life, =: from that' 'time.Alecla ,' now. I saw,;ypu sharpen a lead ppm-n .

friend.;' She appreciated. praise of ber Terroi was growing upon ber. Her: ; pausing a, moment In the pavilion once. You dl-i It u tI.rIud' without

husband, ,4: startled 'e"ea"'''would not .retain the her band resting lightly upon soiling- ;your-- lLyerl. oud i said l to myself .

1 "Yo are not mistaken, Nlo tte. brave spirit she sought: ,to bold. Her her'',,hUlbAnd',. arm paced, across tbe tbat a fc'.rt WUA. could do tbnt We Can P You.i

Harold Is upon'tbe steamer., He went lips would ,tremble,'do as sbe would. purple black of the ocean; along tuo; :would make a food wife fell!: me now j' ass .

;tv:: be'Clty: ,,this 'morning on business: as sbe.answeied softlyt: Una. of ;silver beral ins moonrlse, :to, wben ;you first thought: << IUII am a ,\\ton-- :

Do yon think than: would have gone /."Yes; Ilarold." 'I. where\ the distant ships seemed stationary Bible husband" ""

frlfltbvt him-even In :the Banjo-nU* "Alec la!r: be cried,'' letting her 'lands ; so far away. agsiast'tbe light'ing "Well It, can't. do any rann to;.tell I
r (, afternoon; bad lie > -- .... ... .. .. .. .
been here? fall and turning despairingly from her heaven. : you n<7W. I aa T you were v tvfclnjr urn .. .. . .
+ Ninette laughed.:: She moved a trie/ toward the one or>> two sails down on ."And arethey: laden iwltb hopes :when I sharpened that p;uci:, ,I mild - '\ '" .. ,/ "

J ,Tway, from-' ,AJccItfa;; twinging seaweed ., the borlsonfAleciat Yon" cannot' too," sho thought. :wistfullyand sailIng'iwayJ" to myself 'MaTbe tltafa tie 'Im'ot agirl. -i'

r, *, She abhorred a soiled tojlrtror. dream what It lit How. cut I. tell l. So I tok.; umutMl p.ln. with, 'I

r;;aB. PtJi.upon ber:go'lta; Jour. 'JTo! be CODtI.O ecJ./ the Job.-cbllio Tribune: ; ,,,
"'""": ", .... .. ._. ....... ., -" / %
;.) ,< ." ,JI\4Ir .. ,.no.\ .... .'. 7s" ;:' 9rnLt
''' ...
,: '\\1'" ,.; 11)0. 1t. ; , a
..' .. ., i .u
; .", ;\/ 17d r x a1 ,1' 4 a 1, t i


' :.
t' JI if'jf. ',. '" ..
) U. ""

.. .. v\\ " ,,
.nw. ; .1''iFPI: : <;':''' 11:" ,. ' .

; EXAMPLES\ ;O "'-TlE"TYRANNY ': '- .. 1PPt"oy4C I. manf'ctgigt.i> .,. JUHvfuc. ., ,. _. : -"." -". -- .- 'I"",, ." -. tJ
: them .. .wdm... ... ., _._""" -J'
hither and tbltber. -Mi"-M "" ...........
: either In-long '\1" "'"':
1r :-or : tm'wove t-_ 11M
wUtmions, or. In umi
OF'NArURE.' whirling:, 'danclov amD
r I' things purely, from
a kasYaap
moi Owedte, The. -& ...) ,
Interplay 'of "
forcesmnstllwsys "
** : 'be Mceediujlycomplex.' ...........'A1JLI,' U -: I for. Jflho bag ,r tMlt+aA lit 'ilUSL
o o oo'ti A < ; L. '
tkelrresultant "( when the animal baa etl t.

Samuel Sf ara. .Maxwell? 'change of attitude cbftnghig, .f 'ploco/or slab of each 'J1'." . sunned pat.t'ot hla mal'ru renal........
4 In '. dition on the : '". reposes In the bottom of the bag at it
Harper's.AtOK. .MaJla"nc port tot the'orgauiim..
: It II this H-< 00000 appearance complexity of which gives the I In subduing been. with smoke frecilpm of
w purpose, of overdo the thlux. If sou, ; smoke thuinttiv forts to get the rood be tosses bis Yeas?:
onERtf piji..>i3g{t"II1'o! worJe. II nIl nlny.. ta&' thnj bebavlor of .
4 search has demonstrated those fortn while "In nea' tho. |>nrpon< of removing' .honey wildly arouad. and la thus securing a
TfTT reality they i. fl' 'dI' tbe few bo scatters the
o IVI 2 that nmn'r of the: lower obedient to nn Inexqrablo nnprr'; 'do not drive the smokeIn grains greater out
;3 4( )J\( animal do not at the entrance' That will drivetho of bla 'meal l h ImsMMely>Wucndgrouml.
..' I Its Mow III. bees from the. brood chamber '
yypl therosel/M" but Vntf MA lie Din . i :'
are '
1 moved by the He stood before her father j the. super. The fewer, bees 'you base There I bas beep, recently:
< '
1 hand of nature. There are unem forces en "Well, air" said the:older: ge'ntjehmn. t.. W; York t'itTAUI&( coot* make 'ufcatnrq lines tend to entail apparent height fo'content with jn the super,the bet. far tills purpose a,, noae bas/. law ,

intttently act iipon organisms, and ray daughter much worn during the coming season. the front gore, the yoke the shirred and smoke from the top; this will drive

which produce effect closely analogous ."I-I"'-ye-es, slttj lf :yon please." This one, designed by May Mnn.ton.Jn portion and the flounce all Joinings tbe bees below. When you remove the,

to those of the galvanic current "Urn Have you ever stopped to ; being concealed by the tucks and the quilt do not bold the nozzle of the

Wltbln-the past few year ,a number think what getting married means; shirring ,The front gore la' lald"fW( smoker too close to the 'bee*. By sodoing

Cf careful 'workers have obsorrea. and what you will have o-.-" .- two tucks at each e1ge. that are I have more than onco seen.a

described.the effects of light, heat, "Oh, the boy interrupted having regained stitched flat to flounce depth'then fall uo'vlce"singe( the wings of the bees.,, Do
M''I"\\ moisture and controlling hli'self-assurance> "you needn't free.- Both It and the flounce are not drive tho smoke In as If yon intended -

the movements of certain of give:yourself tbe least uneasiness. on a tucked at the lower edge to bent'a smelting furnace.'
the lower Animals., that-acconnt :Mr. Scadslelgb.' With The quantity of material required for There Is reason in all things. '"Enough tJ tJ.Urax

LIGHT A CONTKOLLINO out wishing to boast I can assure you ; the medium slse .eleven and a. bait Is as good' aa a feast Is an old, proverb.,
FACTOR: that I shall be able to;'support her In yards'twenty-one Inches,wide, ten ..and Always use a bee-veil lu handling
The Influence of light upon plant the which she bas accustomed quarter' yards twenty I seven 1Ioc... By .cip rlenceiyo well w movement la a matter of dully observa : I have confidence.! Even then always_ have
a tine position in my father's it.i Inches wide, or seven'and a half yards
tion? Less familiar Is the fact that which i your veil on your bat ready to
bank,to I have worked up unaided f6rty-four Inches wide with: half yardOf .protect:

many plants possessed of animal-like and alone, and I am tObe, made ; all over lace for ,yoke., your face should the bees suddenly become 2rois. sea.
power locomotion
not merely turn vice-president of the Institution Just as - -- angered.
but swim' freely toward, the source 'of soon as I have found out the difference* Tilm red With ]lt...TM.. In handling or manipulating frames' the aame point constantly until,'tbe !

light. Taking tbelr cue from tbe botan. between collateral and assets7.:" Purple\ thistles beloved by douke of brood or honey hold them with both, supply is completely.exbaueted'TM': .,-i.

fete who hare .tnYl"IIUlfl1tecLthla. phe- "Very well but that's not what I Intended are*'tnost familiar to wayfarers, but bands,- 110 that they. may hang perpendicularly general sppearance, of this improve-- j
fwmcwen cloiely, tho otherwise liable to'brea'k ment Is shown in tbe '
.to refer-to.; Have'you looked the requisitions ot'a fashionable milliner ( you are accompanying
hav' found that many animals behave over Jullet'a'mother carefully take ''aAlrrtoreDt view of natnra! tbe _combs.. -JMnmld you meet cut The basket,or main receptacle la

t exactly like- plants In'thlg regard,: re- **I don't believe. t. quite understand history and botany. .A blue straw J with ..lcb- an accident!"! with a brood- of, the4!ordinary ''circular! form. with a, "
pftndlngto direction of a light ware trlmiueti" comb, It the parts will bang together, flat bottom, but Is, much 'shallowertnan.uaual
T Tf hat Is bunches blue\
with a precision almost, equal to that 7ou.It"' do you like my wlfer. 'tn.," thistles arranged on both sides jpf the, jl I return it at,, once ,to the J11tJa lyeswill the for the" purpoae,of "givtna;.
of the needle to the magnetic current. I "I: have the highest reaped .for.Mrs.Scaddsleleh. middle and front. A scarf ot white veld soon repair the damage.' If animal greater-breathing froedosa.
Especially la this true of It be completely ae\'er.ed.' The supply tube Is of canvas and .,
myriads oft I ." i *. ,- .' : tulle Iw. twisted I loosely about tbe n danger COBS "
tbe little organisms Which: everywhere "Xou hnvc'ehf! Well aId 'slid' J I thereof; bring' the broken ,edged together muuheate.rlth the basket through tto :,
; Then I mid forms a sort of bed for the
crown I I
abound in. -seawater, and the study was twenty-four she was Just US sweet I blue tblstloa to spring! from. A green so- tbat the comb will be In Its :I Deck, which' of metal and contains sV",

'of their activities has. been fruitful and pretty'and coy a a Juliet is-was Taaasgo.atss'OOAT.(; I straw bat with .medium,. brim ,bee original position,and tie It''there with i butterfly ,valve teethe purpose of resj"'<
of suggestive, results '. Some pfjtbeie a I narrow bits of tape... Return the combto ulating tbe supply of teed: This reg.-.*
;! Just.. thbow In.fact, ...J J "well adapted to 'a material''' an:Algerian,aoarf as over-brim, trim", 'I latlou, bow.,.
: animals are positively and others nega* ", ; ltlDa' andIotb' the hive and after about twenty- Is .necessary ..o ljf. .
': tivcly hellotrople-rlhat oharmHig.'Y" ..' oflighter;'weight'as. well aa to ming. This .is. ot [Changeable ullk I four hours remove the wbeq the contents> of the bag la of flaly '
? Is. some are 'Do you still want hot? ... -, two'ihtdex 'of. bluish tapes; H-jr.UI, be #-
;1'1 compellled to go towards the light andethersaway "Llfo without would be hateful* tbe silks .and :'pongees,; (; warmer, gauze, '' ,, green .all rlgbt-iAmerican! : : Cfaltlvafor, ground &11110.;, By this arrangement-.-!
bet and, yellow green ;one of whlta and '
'weather the level;; and. strange to and to both the odd wrap ntfCltDe '" of tho grain In the basket ta-J:
ay. soma are,: onetime and tome""All right I luppo.ftben\i, :. that I eo.tum.AI shown;however,.lull one of blue.. A bunch of.'white' thiettes'Is .' 'i . I 'S.vl;;the MIMui always k8 t'at {be'level ''Of'about,, the
: made et black taffeta stitched with tot t tbe left. of front To treat; a. cow frommllklnlr.beraeU; top of the gate ''tbrou.b'WMcll'lt
negative at another. ear,,
must yield. But : afdlto'.blmself _..... ;
ha .J.
Of the negative.. form, the larvae of astbe Was. cortlcelU silk and.-l :;trimmed with make .two pieces Jlka jut According, to ten from the 'source *f. supply. ,TIM;
young man rushing away.Vmy handsome buttons and _Tb fitted Bodice Now. lengtU \ hlckness of neck thenmak'e I tube the
4ItJ holding
,,1 .. the great hone.hOe'crab are conscience | js clear thankheavenr'Cbtcago by loopsof ; reserve supply If bet&
4 atopies. }C..ajdlshof sea water In ecordUerald.AThia ' .,Ik cord. The long' lines of the f' ,The,return: of ,the' Btted, bodlcV, :; ., Iln'upright'po.luoii'bj being fu.

which these.*larvae are swimming be . .\_ pleats are singularly becoming and tie| ;, heraldod. >> Women bate, been .trylptto M..', po"' ,:' .,' 0' tined Aver the '.ftlmar.''D i'b1'm....'
Y placed 'ln c such I,a.position that It Is generous sleeves'mean comfort as well get rid. of,the pouch,,effec;; In bodices of a 'strap.- There JI. thus'no' reaxthwhatever
Dog. OJ .
Itlnmlnnted ULfays. of light from a single A 'Mannyunk mnn owns a fox: terrier aa protection for.tbose of the bodice." .' and.coats, for: soiuo?time, and for the hW e'",( '.throwx qMt

wIndow/.!* will be 'noticed tbat that he Is veryjproud of. One day TbecOatmade- with blouse and' the autumn, and winter modi-la' ;show1 '.'_ I bead ia the air,;to get possession ofgain '

noon the rlmena\. ave crowded to last week be saw his dog catch a frog, skirt portions that are Joined beneath\ !>>, that tbry: nre..sneceed lng., 4. : .. ,but If fa* should hare costa .
the nlde farthegftron the It the belt. Both portions are tucked'to I ." th.,. blt,,lJIere'la.proyliJonTnade, ..
window. carry carefully to a"distant corner Kl *..a., box! pleated,.pfftct., and the' W.IM. ,....<.. preventing the
) of
That their'':{petition bas been determined of tbe garden IICra4ch-t' lioTe'and'liuirit y"j I ; spilling the grain ,
blouso-1.s,fltted by means of shoulder Variety In 'sbIrtwalste/ appennti-to, ; the suppiT bag by fastenldg'tbeAhbther"sf"sitlar "
;, by the direction of tho light therein olive. Tub >nurter/oa: MJ14, > ,
r wa tea-and: not, morely 'by-dUterencos MfflJJlUjetstand> this, act lie described t and undEr-atm'seaMs. !>1.I'b..*eeVe* are know DO limit. Month by mont), ,And, .4: 'I" r.' : :! device 'at:the'"bo'

of Illumination bas been established it at dinner that' evening aujfexpressed -* week f>r week new designs, appear, toar round': cuts on: the supply'entirely: -when H w
; by form full puffs below and arc each one} geeming. more, attractive/ thin sucker; bore boles desired. to do:so.-Philadelphia Rocortt ',
serfs'rAJet1 ordtpf PW0'( bU' bewilderment >aa to tlwjloft finished with flaring cuffs at I'rh.tai than the last The May MantGh'tnodel'tllnstrated through :as wldeapart a* neck ls thick; ;-. "; r, y >- r -

A DIMONBTJlA'nCttO: )* I' \ ", q't.lfC'l1Jt": JOII yne of .the: At the neck is flat colhrl the;: ' shows a broad pleat'at"the1 put together bottom; and.pln.tight; '...t axStklst rtftmtmTbe .... ,:'

In time water In a".shallow dish are saM: ,I j The'quantity 'of material I l for 'front 'with tucks at'oacb'"side"aed'also slip up .oll.neck.and put.In: both top halt.rtlo,may fee ef rope. cbs

pieced a number of specimen* which "Carolui? has been burying frogs and ,the medium a&ela. sU and a half yarda' -from the shoulders that are :art, Sticks .with ainall bolts::Iepvngegds( : orv leather,,or part chain and part lea

r + manifest the tendency to swim,. away insects and' all sorts:,of., little;;Ilv.; .; -- . .... .:- .. . .!, "" '... -. ?r, .. '-' of sticks/ out;,six,, inches, fropr mc. pe.- The old, still,i
a'cou-1 ,
from the light.: Over life A1:u le placed JbJuuaJKtslnco he wasjatung . ,' Better than spike halters 'land a sure mo'n., plan' of tying Is of rope. a.ea
pie of worke'njN b7"a bee. tle bawhrTwhen f ciu'e-L railed.
II.1 McClurg.in1 TheEpltomlst Uio'he..dl'Ol1ar.rope,1'Tb.
a hollow prism filled with A !1
I somewhat . r __ '.
the boo ttung. him, and bowlinI'porrowtully I' it < L = .J. i otit'owhig t&' friction
opaque liquid. In the shutter In a all the time, he took tbo 1 '. .,.;/ bum ,./,. '., ", >*lfiwkl*...*..*. '* .._. . /. gef-'rihgrwbrcb: ma'yDe'of Iroa'oCI bra

Is window illuminated through and which light from the apparatus all\ othe-j insect' up'and'burled at once., Caro f f" .,,. ",";' '1" '" '!O"" Thenso.ofi dynamite.;fa+the,removalof and so require freqaenfrenewmt> '
Jos.vvldently. tLutUtht-llhatbe was do . large stone 1ebepoullngy, common : dlersiael
sources li excluded. With this ? . ' ' 1..u..,' 1" ll.tu'ed.eollar'ropes -with':
srtangemcnt ing, n kindness to the world In putting I ,... .( . and 'when In)hc,,,bands of an ex"pet"lenCedpenO worked '
the 4arkew aide ot-th. dish t ,II: ,.... ,..., eyeat one.end.< and tbe. tipe :
ta ,the one. toward .the "window, beeause -* I the beiv-out of the way. It'Jiad stung .. '::' I.:' --, ., .')I.....'<1"J..t 'of I.'safe, and effective, first '.passiyl..tbrongb the ring ot
'him. and he would see to It that/It A correipoadent the Michigan Farmer
tWck..ab1e : of, the? bend, utajl. and then, tbn
otjtlie prlsnj Lilts ; \, ,
out a largtlp; yae m ot/tUe.light tote would, do Ajid no(rnrolui more >stinging*.eems totlellevettow.that InHhe to- I't ; !' j ( .1 '\. :, ': The swyet largest' ''atone which_ \_ ,I .have_, dls'posed'frf the brass.worked and, "eye'so which. may!t>o of,for

-t. but tUX>etlPJtIt JUe rats nUflng; .,' t' ; ;r.jTr require'trequentheist.'Sa'ddles
tho water is practically same cverythlui that Is 'ultra and I fl 1116 1 ; 1J ;'M asorMr
t would be with the prism tlj!!removed!ash Utile Mil afihtlng/wu: ) tba 1t Is Ida : .... 'r/ I ." /, :) by, three And:thrco-quartor"fe et+ atlte. with a* worked eye nt'on* " '
i iI duty to".put.r.n each Aeatnres underground . I I, / the top, '
, rope Is first
@ Without tho intercepting prism, the ',a.. eztrerocnmettpurcnutsacroaa passed through the ring <
so that they may not cause.other , feet to ring 'of i .the bead '
.. ; etall, and tt...
animals, being negatively heliolropicVollcct !" "'f' .
w ;, *- to.surer as they-caused nearly 'sevea'teet'ad: :aielageot"two;
through tho.
. worked .In tbe-end
{ at the dark side of the dish- "" "* s eye >
sufr -l'blln3clpbla Itec l'<1: m and a half"feet"being"abotd''gronnd. '
khe'rope' :
that is, tbe side farthest from the win- 't I '. ._ , The-'stoAe'Vas'-trrokMj' and drn w" tlgbt,4Tkl..
''''. - '1' up"1n 'p1P! 'ed '
.t. dow. When the prism Is put Into vlace -Sod DI......;......" r '. 'I Small enougb for..b"maD'' to llft-oa,. not be th'e1 undone 'Ja burry,,:8:
file animals do"not 'collect' dw1ly-"tor'e-N .
-- +- -- low-wheeled It
< (tbo window) aide of the iitah;but 'Torlf'Cltj; ;;''tTht'r8'-l"suda" ....'dispensers" 4 ,- : : .. I' ; IDgIT/J1aftl..beaY3"4 wagons blue was granite an exceed atone ., 'One( or two-rope.-are m
( I on kls employed .It..a\tllCCUh4:
'oJ gain'proceed directly s.btttWUtH> -aotre4ulro\to. . wgrk.on.Sundays, *.. and<< t,,AefA.all.tha. Jterosene, awl fence :
\ of tbe light rny -that is to say,. they, the manager sa'ys'be fs'at)!., fTrhiklly' .I. 'JJ -+ tnannec described ha the ring .
rails ohm ghlawasseft, qo' bi-eak
4 cbn| piece of the
swim from the window side which to take his, H1j ,bead.pojbu
pick osegnplgyelfmtl;' crack "
| '
), 1)JI or
: J ; bUcIJ.E! vt'atoneo it tjils. aatureeInd' .two are used titey. are.faatesM
4 by this arrangemqsitols, rel"veh'Olllr, )% Utla kind of <<"r" The time has jonq. .ze. '( '
j. to the reohl'slde, which is r littveiybright by juid,the ':took I rliiaa or 1:) .'o either eld* of 1
tthen: ., pjoss' Instead of balfV dny'It look esii than ,' '
'" '
+ I collar at the cheek'pieeceT; WI
i} / By slBiUar .tJlocIstt batt&; A i| faraj of tJiie"aqua<<; wafer JtoAjntiUn, ;)ln a d' I) u. ; ,. half'aa' boor to dispose"ot"t ls'mote I form is- : U
used It Is '
: best to hashter .
b shown ,
that organlsniBtore ridconsidered
certel'other large drusT store 'a :
; itmen'fyLanX.ckl.ptte j .
. tblD'Dl'dInatT'Jal'1r atone,1 and thetlf' ,
I !
I A, 1.ttlf1'1.. tM''Itffi.n .. : ties. tor j borseg.ln,stalls 'I Itbeylkeep
yosltively.'hellotropiM>> .itWelt6- tuts>day'wbuxl.|I,' -tnt 1 tlfreafl lneludingflaboe'dtdtat ,
t :# QhJ1"r'v ; : + (tan dlas
{ hard the souXsfJrfJIkhO gptttrerrgao, .n* srTfTw. < welt :-oe fifteen* clerks*ara s [coetl.lUJa. Jiadhe''a, I' .! ; a
ill kepi bony*tt&Lfy m.'unol. r ? k IIJCMI ;\.II1 '\';" .rd; To, avoid-theoeeessltjr' for,f'renewal.
OA'M t ; a. 8 K.Id-P-J': .. 'sandy nature, hence soft the entire, chains, ....
.."ii.,, sometimestUfttA
tA ;'
e ailij.t5iHwrif. # 'm1fft1'.Aordowntown' eetabltskaoa00i3ht ... i "'" 11 .
f .two-jdjiaye} beea Jess;?
; than fifty of rope*,and for cart h |n ,
a even es; { vb4e i.yikW4f ' 42 ,r JI' ,1. ; : ,
1 f,1pfla t" .ot i hMflISX a : 'I f "Pft f'ccu.ts, ;-aitfl most $1 ,the pieces .would '
chains, ,'of
I them trom *flgnt to' cllm,46bt. >at or..tradiy JIany uptown; stores emiL .'.' '114'1 ". IltutrJ r ,there been chips too small pick strong are ten eotg

,I i1 Erot :ttalI(. bdw'ndtt tx ,IltpJ>> UWn.. un S I >>'!J"P. a0' :. 1 -1. ._ ,.1on'1" 110"" ....... .. .. _<. 1 .t, . ". . Atoned too beau;f or V. team to te'ban-tap. tTbeso iriake 1it-"hJl1eoa.are highly,objectionable.. *

": . lit Is no lonjitranrittl9q! Mrgleof hoursp( "fiep/rnnsro r longgr'they work iii .t,Slftsffnnd {}u. 1.: nt i IIlDe.54l,. N I' CWED;ANU ;SUiltUKP.SKIRTS. lWaatwentyseven I',clle'*honld' be'dUposetl'of wlth'dyna'i tling through tll..Jron'1ha.owUg'.to..ttlill. rleveryt aVj
4t'bf't' from *12 to .
.. < .. mIte
nt'b..ftIft ntavaavWmttar7J egto < .. --,-. . .. , using what in'ralh-oad constrdcVJ! movement"of 111.heNIt'
classify:ih.jCormssriacb JBXblLltJUieia tveetw'TLrz ere yo6in ; 1D at"'D t boy/: i h P'Wt7fe!" tnrce then ovlaecejrtermod"daubycharge." '.'
ranged! to-give, a .double box, pleated! they cannot be'cut la nmrrgannt.
br--.neb: lantkrep.m.rpbfbetqu radarkloving llttoA'elritUf6dadtl! thts-yrar" may'f't'ruto IttaGl Ot9tudadrk'take a po. I.7Qllt: ,jndtA.!! wide: effect:,. and Is exceedingly 1 becomingat 'The;forty;.,p cent dyssmlte,,la safes,bappeaa to get a. lev "

or' lightloving.verblal Tgrvprot ---) : "': the same time tent It Is,simple. ',Tbe ,and' cheaper: than the Jilgber, grades. chain the .Injury, la llk >lx:;:to.b*.|

ht moth raW not "trWlHtiIn1 t.t.eIf' t gltJ: ; if lf :tAto 1IIodel. original/ Is made'rot white cheviot, but and. / 1t, ian"1f1'! the purposefully' as. serious,than If.* repp ....

the cne' *\1.e'otV'ftCHwl"" Ui.Jln:. $ I sorts are notable teat all. walstlng materials.' silk"'and wool, i"e"; 'prom; t1vo to four shucks' need weed.. We have ofteq known

t oil,,.. >nt .because of Its Intenseneljo- ", tares 9 the season and o| the.latestoriginal aswell' 'as.. linen. and cotton ara appropriate -' 'lInt, oDe-hat pound each should be Injury,from norsea getting
., ti ptain.Mtf;' .' -J.! a-corrai&pu 1 n: a. c. udnptglfei6 r'I'JII ctbf of e ;\ f. ,! ." I t; "1'>, I ,tor. a charge. I ''I. chsin thNAica ..........
moral:' I&r.tJd ahl fdoQsl.. \ f II.:> I O. altjedtth ergs (drdtatng'a1D t Ufaheht'itsod 'The waist consists'of the fitted fount k Prepare a pailful IOr'mlre.Af. laud oC I ., ...-::-- >1'{

I lathe act of rushing Into the flame, Ho.e t>ft"t"IUJS'labt'Tt' : erec"AL .. fM a lfAf.i rtpddillr.agpd: datlon.which can be. used or'omitted, .SpyconelateycJ! ,.of.stone.mortar:, Hayt. f oJt rope.'are used.they'altMraMtnUhed ISIL

: but In'goltng 'near.nongti'to'ello-wrthe dttW'WilIdiDg'',U a/ptot'iti'bf1erf' ) : its rIG"wCU'radap te .wQBtk4! ;'60rt as preferred,,.tb. frontaAnd Jh.,back.; It nearyifr] : elfrom, stones; ,pi- sticks,and wltb strap and.l,.t

,Ight'ayt'to'set1lreitevadoar IIIUCUSIKISbeyon thatts. ces1++7W,000rrlt.aii l-be aII4pILab1A mDtct1oh..1I.I21 e The back .U .plain,,. ,belng smooth T.1 1 'nrle'cla ,, muck, or road :dust rather. Fastening,tothe..bMUl....*Oasv

\ ;l6 p ntrp1 lereah poclsl.n tikhtehs'4tortes-tgh3" h+t+4"++t"-t 1 1** +whlt. < ,.Uk ..mullUlmmc4Lylthcjcamjnlpure' drawn down)*jln;gathers,atthe" waist!! ] :than' sand. 1'1Icd'tlo( charge; 'upon"*' l .syworidngAf.the: Jtp44 as.

*r rmet>'ai.t' : ilj''idpeNra' "lnorhl.i will Impassible to thle't,wof -' lace and ..11.11.fbut..tbe!\i front 4ucked' of"th'ahoSidera"apdtigattiered ; eam ofacpressloh on,top' of the stobe1.: Gould be, fruqnently ,...... .,;

,, Ooe"JIr.tR.! !!k1!+'etTtn the tit IIth, ib 111I 1 >> will KtJl rpiing.bjt .thjrSB-mpthln: wootfInAHllW at'the,walkt1 'and/when'ttslnu'f three'bYblore'stfktof leather, straps are, osed., .
;t- f\rr.c1Ia t+ .tb. upqII., OJ't"" Ot but ode' tlmc on e cb' flodf, are aqua QnHMle' as well line to pouch slightly'''o'?;belt' dyuahrfte'for! It '.lng""t."b.r.rela" ,' eve chalaends'_ .

r i .oalslte i action, reversible, Thus the thus .securing all 'the light as the fine linen and cotton. fabrics. 2.iTbeftratat The sleeves are't' : cked nt.their,,upper .:,tbektldif'havtag: -the'' *mp and.fuse-at* .tit-chifnt; leads "sboilW .lss.
t) larvae of some. of .tho..baraaclea..are 4ven 'on the ground floors, ( "' Is made Over a smoothly I portion,).but form .(ull puffs below, the' tached to.It on top tbe"Juwd. prestdngit DloyedT'-slnce"''tbey aw ;

positive .ondjiegatlve to bright luau on flool',18 will bo flooded With fitted lining that closes at the centrf I eU*>ws...n ,.AM ,gathered,.Iptostraight I .J I down *lbEhiJy, ao, exoinda-alUalr; well--aa'noisyt ''

light. Under the Influence o4tbe.)'af.wblcb. Btth't; like llio.wick of a candle: front. The .fronts and; the back are tr..f..tbe wrtt..r- .. i. .d.j.m{ ) and finish I ,It Into' ,n'little inom\ ?,,( nI1I1Y .romblne-icasy means' ottrdeaaaLbereUlnlng

penetrate the ,water .they-'are .* lit case1 of aja earthquake visitation hat.1M shoulders: ; to.giro a yok<.j 'T ,r.-f_..f7Rf ; t6rJ4.reqUc: ) !:' or'tiro ,.amootblcg It vwlth. (tb% bavkslde' of a stcengtb(; so'
"f"' compelled to swim' toward: the ,surf:
t Before reaching:,")t,. however; the Increased |:' out' line. The folds,at 'the bactf twenty-one'':IncheM' IvMl'tbnf';;' H i if > 'tdcGes'bfinndehatld (which "'It It. a..MlbzhtcordrLthr: .
tx ' -
? 'mun a tapering effect to' he-fignroj > liLJWIaumr nll'ardiiiid and ton'ton'of fhb (constantly as'/soon 1-a.
i l InreqUty+of the llffht''chanjct-p :Jntll t\t\ .1S1I. (U ertl "et'1n give : be doinir
,"< them to the negative<< : 'cohdltlon :and s1cik towel .cecplnl# while the front blouses. sllghtlyuOVefshirred 41a.. rest smJ t3w lyhumlt->:and ''thet edges of'ths'little'mouikl kcnrned t11at'a" ana ten 'of.''tbe. .'.
tU: tif o .6e1Lr,211i 4 't' J'II'I1'' "Jsa+i ''f should. be pressed oiKttJWflll *' *< .' '
; ... they swim downwards, ndtll lb, .the + >> : '! tivouldlet thenrfrt: *
,. , weak Illumination they: again "become" vest-like portion that f sin"made tiP :f : m1 l.1.I'!Qoothod,0o as.lo unlte>tba.mna.wUtr | 'TLe'strap, somewhat :tftotrtet.::Uuuf,
r i ant.bic1f..ltll!'the 'eo, I ( the stoua Apd..tbofepy,! .
high exclude; all "
air reins
; I. tlOakUe. Tbni they go 0a r \ unit dow tho plaything of 'physical "IU"VV.i A5>qt mtn "I tWIIU lar. or:, cut off,aljitbe, shlrrlngs)o fora I 1 bqlcR, rJjUttlv, ?,f wso and pretend, Fps\ (chain atone end! is ne.donbt'tbe'thing
: ont'rMft : Tbe long sleeves are [hue aome hiul.nesjj to #Jloofc .Jt-I. '
forces., o go a square beck !' r afternhou\} ; : farnllbe4"Wlth' a..8 r
full 'and-kre hlrred to fit the' o reps r Kyaa Srr 200 4e"Oil feet away fronr tho
-th and
d'ou to.taY1ID. soft t, stone. hook ,to fasten at the brad
POSITIVE; AND NEaATJVn: ," fly'. ', )\' J\ I 1/ 'M"But. ape clor ely-lab: (rvertbei-ell>ows, but 1 m t'm to tr' '1o '.!t "Tlitf Toc'lc"dpncrilod"al: >ove 'req.lrf.<it-4prarUcally collar add

The larrao of' certain marine neon .' u u.- J .promUed! Ethel 'to gull < form1 puffs at tbe wrists.V6fetf' Mbow + ,. .yt tv +tI' (.fowl' cliriTtfes ofjroWsttcks;and 1"j leas aa It runs through tholrfngjiC

ft'ro,still moro suggestive examples of play wlth'ber."fM. : length ls'desJryyttmcyl'gozbe: cut 'off d a ,' j sabsegarutlyjtiAni'two mdrektic'ks bn' Iron manger'flttlngB-are'vsed' tbe
1: thl* kind of change. At ordinary room gathered Into bands. 1 j cue,plH? ,i\vhilfh. '
"I.don'fvi ant yomL-to.goout'V-.. : and ,,J.. t. was a little\ too beery ter, tying Is sometimes made-tugs
N temperature frboy, collect'on.th4gldn; "ItuE Irivant toi play with ; I The quantity of material required for } t iIi a |tOil tftie-iimM to.llftv'. .\ tbroush,1 tipgpglluuFkktrpatge.
.Ito .
'{ r of the aquarium farthest from the win "atM 1ne7ou'l AJI.JOe4Ium".1ze11.-1Iveand'a" quarter r h v+:Pvw 1 ,,$oftawMlatonoatvo.beavj,'to lift bat of the manger This is 'an" Imp

? dow..-,*. Jf the"temperature tiilovielCd: have to go-to bed'without your sup I yard* twenty-one:Inches Vide four And{ I II if 1'eA' ..frt.I II j light en7Pgb'tp 1 bA'handtBCjty! a team mahtf because tb.,1'OPct'and.'JOIr, '

to.(IS degress CL:, or.0 degrees. '0.* they per;- .,,r ,.y x, I a,bait yards twenty-seven, Inches wldo<< ,! r' s I treed not be removed/as" the dynamite more, out of,.the way, under1 the

migrate"to.;the' trlndowr .side' Allow "Ua''(3ojwty'flnauy rcnMtrkedVtafterUt -,, I four.and a halt yards,thlrtytwo !Inches 7 tim :; 1111aod.\f.>>vt, P.J8t'lJ'Af: '."...41If ,-. ;, liabletocane.lnjApmerlcauVultDator.rv.
the wateeytq'.jrpegma"jrrnPttbAnI : ; prolonged'and [ wide, or two and a quarter.yards forty-.I ( them. WHhhltbe last two years I .. yr;
degree 0.; they go back to.the dark '
k "-' >..lde. :'xhere'Wr41, 'thet '.hmin.M. ..wnlcb I ;Bat1Lt i to trim as lllnstrated.Js'pthlng .' 1 lug KlO'toWOO ixjundrf. rind, by using ?Art'itwrV". ..

ire !wgatlte In UK*presence of'a !suffldettt ..;. .- marks tHor season- te sorely threw sticks 0(10 dynuinitl'tllerd! 1s nsv> "J"ve'got'' aald! tbe'..ew '

oxygen bppply.bntt'Aelgipo'posi;; :' .., ,Th. Worlds OOId 1rM4h. than:the ebhrings;and,,txcksttbat\ .. .... tally,nathluu let..Mtept..ll1nd a'few7 portert.t'.about. a'' thief:: who'prct
:ivo In Its absence;'and there are forms 1 Tp to the.'nd oCUMl' rear Mp-> the are ao'' abundautlyused. :b.. very ; WAIST wrttt va6to"Tuua.' ; > Aoarae. crarelt, i '. to be at. lodger info. h.'. el and sa ,

;t' ,11'00" bQUotroplsm may '.
> a change.In,tad concentration. of the .../...aJue)0t.-':$.811.000.000. In tare combinestbe two.jindi with them .. CweBf; :.edelb"tLei *thl'M 11' JIluua?* real I Stag. tvhfret :be gatherrd. In .aU'ht ,

'Ma crater, ''tmlllosTthlf pnlrpnt';would equal 10,270tonkwspui !f a. fall 'length'tronCaDat.adds greatly i and! three-fourth" .":yardsthirtytwo' struggling'Anj' imde'UC'bar' etet-'seen'a Iiorse; I money 'hecould.And.. ", "4He_
1 .It.Jsievldent+ that?through one'agent.t -3 gold, which .would',fill a r to Its attach 'Soft'materials shirred are Incbea. wide,,"or; two, nndj"Do-tourtW'. ttf secnte'th contents"'of d 'yIa ': ,"*

h Lira? t4i !9. exerf'!an-Jtexorabl .pace of 83.000-cable. .feet. .."pretty:bit ud a doobt but:horizontal| '.yards', forty-four- Inches .i 1de.. feedbag, fasten, **to- his' bend will'4t the n eyedltof-I'hlladelpht: .

r t I. --JMC-:'<-\ *t .e D ") ....,................ ... .. -
1 iJ'
w 'p. ,,, ,,
tt ,:,; _
ai a 1r .':oi, 1/",, ''0' .y .
.- 'D'i' !,! ,

".. >' .1. I" :. ... ;r I",1- ':\ '." ...,. 7 '..," ,.. . . '' :' ,.1r.!'..'\, ,i ',' .;.." '. :. .' \-' J! .., ,."J.....'., '.11'-. . '" (:.""l".,. s+.aJi%e r f .M
"" .. .....
'So J! ,,\" \.; "" .,. & ;.

, said!'; h y'a n Cvl d(;:i'dJ '''I' r', ". -"" ..-....-' ,...........-, ....- Mh+. }H"V-, ***-fclD

-ft___. ... .,f .. __ _v _ 1 ":M.,.:"r-_. _:- q. ,. ,

KlsslavaVail( Gil of. Com...d.tiosr. OVER !
Oot. 14 1903.--Ao7; '
.T.L.. aHON. NO. 11 the 9.&et.tAI.'o D 0t. f.U.0 "Macy Is always sure of &ro1a.1 wel r .. W ?
......... tsar FUDATIn CHAS. D'AN'N.9
literature, music and so oeme."Boston "traveller. '
: Valley Uasette .
subjectsIn .
JtJaetlfK&E,08C ) ? are. prominent Mr. W, I* Coats,,,whO' is now lo

'3. Eo gbIIND, t' ; ../people The take programme a commends of the sated: at Orlando;' was In town ,la*. '. THE SHOE MANOffering .' :
'W.'>>'- H.uuus" J Sunday '. ,
: given"by thVttome Mis '
,, J. B.."POUND,. Editor. .. a degree of culture that. 'Mr.- and Mrs.;R. L. Wilder of Loughman .--- .
I --. are' visiting\ the family of Dr .. \. .
much older '
flattering to I :
: KnUred at the PoMomoa t.dmmee
::', ..MOond-olaM mall............ and w althler< towns. Thbmaison. t
- of12est Room' U an "Th. recitals and songs Of J./'Wil. ,. of New. Fall. Goods. will 1'1DOUr,tha :
I ''the' '....110 get u..paper reffnlarlr.All movement that reflects honor !Hams Macy were side ,splitting.. .... 1m . ,
oommuato.tloni .-. - > our Montreal
.. Star. -
Lad ormpondanu mutt. b. aliened. Jt, will' not only -
:", ,, .writer.iMlaotod mau.r will, .aotb. returned to the tired worn out. ]t this summer and it Is hoped that a ;; ---- .'

',. ailed tor.Tb..dtlor. people who visit your city. provl.I ..wUI soon be made _for a -
111 not for S-a |
f'' p....>.byoorreipondvnu.responsible end will Induce'ma'Ql to continuance of operations. along thl :
uAdv rU.ln(ralwitaar be had on>> to _town for 'recretttlon, I'
trip.,. way.Mrl : Nothing; conduces to aboys'
purcba'"i'oOd.,. thus, in a -
'SUBSCRIPTION RATES..Oo.eop7.on.year ; 'B. Fleming, has 'returned to appearance and to > -
..... .. ... .. beneflttlng'your business thro' ; : (
and ;: :
.i KUilmuee and looks if he thoroughly bI his self-respect r-w ;
.. .. .. .. ... .. as
Oneoopr, .IK mootb. .. J.t U a well known.fact. that. the ?
Oo.ooPrwn.month..;.,.,.., . ... ..;. : ; ; I enoyedjils] -stay among the red hill 1 these to the moulding 'of ;: *
of('our farmers are ,lily sups; of Georgia.1 .' i i the character of the:futnre. ,. ., d :U (
Friday, October 18:1003.. reading matter hence I -* man than to"keep him neat 5 "
Occeola Johnson left Monday I t
-provldlnglt! : meet/the _pn aci3opl
of the ladles managing the night for Arcadia where he. has accepted ly dressed.! His .. ..... .... .
need not but
be expensive
'Tam Snare who tries to : .. the citizenssend in' mag' a position a. telegraphoperator : --0-rIJ \
neat and In the prevailing dUU-
"Tils towa and country it worth, Illustrated and "books for the A. C. L. R..R, Co. -' )
'r> f'styles. We have a nice t ab !
'f! ere field of doubting Thomases, distribution. Literature that "Mr. Macy has a droll presence anda line of these goods, and t 'tS d
If ha !.'note able to buy'a hen and d in houses; often hi fine talent for mimicry and facia them" CI"'C; 0- :
would like to ,
you ..
; en.. 'The Lord deliver us will 'by this method do --dou expression and a powerful! and flexible last .... ,, '
While they : $1.00. CD '""
fellow who I I. trying to oat a and be a source of profit and voice.1'-Portland (Ore.) Advertiser' .. values only 75c; $3.50 8';: a:: = f:

over M>y sort -f Im to many country people. j value only $2.98. 4) ;.:: a t rIJ J '11 11r

? tread Newt, __ NAROOOSSEE. The W. C.. T. U:. will ho"ld its regular '- ;: C) 6 j
--- p- -- !
L ,.. .! uOU ry
j *> EZ-GOVEBNOB H. L. Mitchell . Proves with Muck. monthly meeting at 'Mrs 'Dr. SHOES .11)) U Cr > d

this home in Tampa oar communica- Thomaaon'a next Wednesday, 'D! t. ::S S.Qd..
hT '
21st. Let as of the members 0 7 ::! ,
y last from an attack of heart last week'of Mr.. McCool's many 'S
0 p41sa3W ,
I Eebad been In a low state of using muck for flrin-groves possible 'present; others are invited ff everybody-'from S

,, .lot sows time but was thought frost or freeze..much atten to come. SCOT. W,, C. T U. to the largest 0 0 B :

':improved .that morning, and his been given to the subject and Miss Mattie Bandy, who has been "D rothy Dodd" I -c

''came unexpectedly, Be was In ntl a nd enquiries are now teaching classes.In embroidery at Bar is our specialty, WE SELL HATS, r
,73rd vearof his age, and had U as to the possible jiuccess tow and Lakeland for the past several a ladies shoe.1 .- t

,i! onored and useful titer and the "" the white fly' and all week.,-returned home on' 'Wednesday Our fall and win ALSO. ,r !I

JI:nouncement of his death will be which infest the grange night./ Miss Bandy is'very proficientIn ter line will be' No big stock of them.but .;,
'received throughout State. the art'of embroidery and will devote sure to please. s .
.... the fumigation of medicated a well selected line of the ?
t' The Jacksonville: Metropolis, the best and cheapest. meth most of her time to teaching it. Price $5.OO.per most serviceably shapes .

jft fills Its place as no, other It is believed that Mr, J, R. Graves Sr., and his son 1 pair and there'snone .: sizes colors and styles we )

tv;:paper>> la the State.has .,.ever and froze and the deadly have recently purchased the Matin- better.- could find for the money .
reaching out for more readers white fly and other Insects son stock of hardware at Klsdmmee We also have a we ask'for them.We In. 7
*offering;: some'handsome prizes met by muck smoke&: and will cOnduct. the business under nice line of 'vita your inspection of our y

;.agents securing them; among . treated and applied. The re- firm name of Graves A Graves. Mr. cheaper good stock and will appreciate' ;

-I' ing m trip to Europe, :,one to'the 'now In progress, Graves has many warm friends In Miami in all ..tyle .- your patronage. Drop in '

!,.Louis Exposition, one to ,. will 'be given to the who will wish the new firm large. to see us when In town. .

'_ Metropolis I. already success.' Miami Metropolis.The .
; pe
.lasslu i the State and this. liberality that the result of per U. S. dredge Mat "City of KU-

jno;; doubt make It more so. .. will finally make mm e.. was towed to Johnson's t Come to us for Shoes of any kind. I __ _ J' 1.a.
n wherever Is used. It It dock yesterday by the Roseada, and n

,"The following truth which Is that the wood Sloe hauled in tied up. The cessation of operationsfor

'the rounds of the press credited In the pine'wood hitherto which it'was built was wing to the See

.i; should be published and heeded firing done away with. funds aparopriated having been exhausted. our 5 c Counter-Bargains.

"fevytowni "Charity of speeh.Is as that the plows and Much good work on .the .

tiling charity of action. To can be run without having canal at Southport has been done by

stu''one.'barahly' to of heavy 'logs. It .1s,be- Miss. Martha Dupree; teacher of Elocution .

.!rein's: motives, to believe \ .' the muck used will supply in the Bigh' School, arrived .

Jp.: they teem to be; until proven :proportJon of the fertiliser I here from her.ti De at Vienna, Ga.,

ij''''to temper. Judgement wlU mercy- the'grove. And, finally, It I Wednesday night, to the delight of CALL ON. -
this Is quite as good as, to \ that muck will make FJor
her friends.. She has 'contributed .
many "4f ""-"
flhnrches, 'established 'asylums the banner orange. State *o i no little to the culture and accomplishment I FOHi

\.colleges. Unkind word. do as Respectfully yours, of her students and -we are A |i /J 4 0 farm as unkind deeds. Many a A. IVERSON. .. '. ClOimlv j
; sure her return was balled with pleasure iirfi 'f
.: i been wounded beyond cure,- 'I'r' by every one having an Interest in << "Af'
has been .
as. ::reputation sad t. Race ProtleM/ such matters... I .
f,death by a few little words. They behind his TV
newspaper, "When Mr. Macy wanted his bearers ..
charity which consist' :in i continues to worry to laugh, they laughed; and.when the r+jr- -af" s..7..s..?an JL- JL. 1 Z ._ lUf 4" _...-
:word., in i keeping back harsh Ju a.LraUoa
.organs. opposite ;was attempted, the pppstte
la abstaining from speech '
.conclusions on, the was accomplished. There were grins, e.v__7a n>_ri>,ra>a>_aHa nHaTS e
r spick i* to condemn.
are particularly .worry-. smiles, roars, and there were tears. "..
TfaisA is pitiful story which the Chicago Reoord-Hcarld; Bis repertoire was well selected and I -

;..York:,World ...111.. having .junendments In the so arranged that an audience could

the'17lh,.during the great much complained of by i.... listen all night and unsatisfied. ... J>.... .

......I wish''her four little politicians not nearly 10 His voice U rich and his modulation

osye.t of whom but the'republican colonial. "' '
-was perfect. -Detroit Journal. ---'
i old' wandered homeless'In the I'Philippine. We regret to learn of (the. death of ; Formula tells the story : M..r "'

;rain all'day.. Toward every southern state some' 'of the mother of Mr. H. C. Stanford,

f;.she took her drenched little ones can vote now, and.'.all which occurred at herr home in Georgia Grove's Chronic Chill Cure '1
qualify for the
led: f".t lodging-" a Ya81'.11. on Tuesday of last week. She wai
-.. ..The story.she told 'was' In the Philippines the In. Cg years old and bad been in a low .. Not.prteat MMdUne t e tide sMtooas B grid. of a pItt Iktsr test., tee of

;Her husband is an electrical are permanently. disqualifi state of health for quite ;a while, so Fluid Extract PERUVIAN..BARK. Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
.1<:wbo word td out.of work much that her death not altogether
so was Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY .ASH BARK
glr'ike.k'Beingout' : of work soon negroes In the south even Fluid
unexpected at time. Mr. I
money;,.. Being out of they cannot vote, have the Stanford was notified on Tuesday of Fluid Extract DOG WOOD 'BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPAIlLLA"I

,. tolled to,pay his dues to the Of the federal and state con" her critical condition and left Immediately '
It..Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't ,
,'of which he was a member; Tbe Filipino has no con for her bedside. but was too'1st* ,

;nos' mssh failure' he was promptly protection. to see her in life again. TEfc Best General Tonic.: No Cure, No Pay. 'Price/'Soc.
i the In the south live
pellet from union. Then, negroee
The revival 1 services at' the Methodist -
laws* that the white
nlott;mall be' was unable < man

$ ..... work; and his family himself. The Filipino lives church have aroused' a great intereit'among ,
.en Into the cold hospitality of .. 1 that. we' make for him the people of this community <

1- ., not' live under ourselves." every so service.that The crowdedat W.. AMyers < I To Cure a Cold in One Day .

a 'G'.Tlii' e.e4 Dar.Ay ...rl.J' In. the season for ,.who does 'the preaching, poseesses 'Take LlxatnreBromo Quinine Tables, A N t cm every
'and people to begin and the :
a pleaslnr style happy .1 '
/ a eoe.foenion] the .cold waves being a bless faculty of painting word pictures. to ll.7re......nail coil is past 3 atlNba. / 'Tom: (Q. matsboL.3c.>> '
... Mfttt to the Miami .
but nevertheless here
; .
illustrate his points that admits of no
whtah we published' recently, .. .
from the Gainesville Sun doubC He wIlLrernaln bore and- -- - -

i Myeff' .Tress' ; under _a on the...2d_otDcober- lag slst. In meeting throughthe Sun .
:"": : Georgia ontlieni & Florida
r' cold '
much dreaded
wave so
services. The public is cordially : '.
obey 'oN'BScPocbae( dam.. .
w.-.t for all the troubles' Is really a blessing In Invited to Mtendjthenu. Semi tropical Nurseries, F? i -W.A.-r

rlsttlag.,Florida. It .Is changes oxygen: 'and'asurplus)_the atmosphere of J'..- Hamilton Oli'.espie! ; ,' the Scotchman ".UWANJtsl MlVsm .houlRCHEDULEY'IN [.". ., J

i esMMriag floods on the ... ,.which produces .104)1' known far and wide as the golf- Orlando, Florida. : rriCT lURK 28 1BQV. t\

> feet above rlu. level, and playing Mayor of Sarasota, was triumphantly Dixie Flyer. Quick flte...- < -a
i ...... Florida has been and beneficial effect/ up- reelected today, defeating. : If you intend planting any FrpltT.rees this fall send me list LvPslatka. ',.. 40 pm. 1ft._
Lv jaekKmVllie"..., .7 M m 7 41 .
Torpid p % a
I a Ms atom and the whole e Editor Wlllson of the Sarasota Times I of your Wants and I can save you money or Orange, Peach and ArValdona.......... 4lMpm 11 Mam
..physical vigor.and resist. ..., .
Pear and all kinds of ArTtftoii. ,,.. U Mam
Nursery.Stock.- ? ? laMpn
i been Hooded, the poor dam' I .. .b, the advent of a cold by a vote' of 62 to 15. Sarasota' a.r ArCordote. ........... 144am 148pnAL '

blamed for- the 'cau.. .of'.u an extent that indoidental new city, and this Is/its fistmunki \ .'BOX ISO. .1* W. R SPEIR. ArAmoriotu By......... TMam SMpra> ,
pal election. Editor-Wilson' ,, .
-by don't these fellows admit &. more than made1 up for." J. Hamilton the of opposed . i .'_ . . . .' _.. . . . . " _ A/Moolsomarr ArCofumbu..1116pm...... ..... .. VUpn 516pn .(;
1-rrained, water that we will have to let It on strength good; II'r"II'III" . Air 1.1.1ArxaeonoR
go toads' and other .propositions. But :- ,,.. 40111.10p.
from eU Inches hot '.
to :
i a ,
we would much prefer, for '! W1LL.SON W .
i this waterlf running on the & often or'flfweu'year, the canny Scot wins out by an overwhelming J.M. ,JR., ArAnsturta.......... ........L SUpiaAr.Atlanu .. ,
resistance majority1.' -Sarasota correspondence ( NOTARY PUBLIC... )l ll J. W. THOMPSON. o. or... I'
I!later to tide water. I to put with a limited ...... -Vatan" Titpm
,f., up ,Tampa Tribune Oct. 14.. -l( STATE AX.LAROK. ) ArOolumbui. ,, 7 0)1 am ,.. ...
attendant fresh oxygan and ArBtrminrhair... . 1120pm .........
__ Valley Gazette is . exhilarating effects of that The sympathies of this. 'communitygo Real Elute Agent. Funeral Director and Embalmer Ar .mpbl....... ... 6 011. p m ......... o

| kinds i manner 9f Job on short Work an u ; at least until the wood out to Mr. and Mrs. David. Cason KISSIMMEB, -FLORIDA. Ar Marietta.0..1'1.1.........,. l U a tn t 18 p n
11- .... .
ArCbaManoofa .
in the bereavement sustained 100pm 100 an
t & trees has become' hard sore; they A Love Letter. .
pjV , -. ; AT KMbvlll.. ..,... istpm 640am.
l.. we have been the pleasurable the'death of their daughter, Ada. Would not Interest If 'you're ::B:1e ie13x ILL cost m.a.
tocfesslori.f >lmGo Flan :
: .
a Prieet.. Ar It. Louli ..,. .. fMaU tMDB >
which .
5. of'S few i i full crops of or- occurred yesterday afternoon.She looking for a guaranteed Salve for A'Chl..o..I1011.m _
...... /no.: CL; Cox of Wake 11 of and: ofa Piles. Otto L. a .. a. B.
; ; ,. > iburg' Commercial. was .,. years age was Sores, Burns or Dodd of AfLonlivUle....,.... IMaa
-- "far' 1?.7,ars I suffered very sweet and lovable dispositionand Ponder, Mo., writes: "I suffered with ArClnolnuaU........ TsOami, linpsk 4ftn. '

.Jaundice.: ''I consulted. a I .tlf.1 Corplnlons; 'it favorite with her companlonl.She .- Buckclen's-Arnka Salve'earl: ;cured but abox;me. It'i of .ArChicago!....."..... SUam- _.. i

I of physicians' and tried all 10... 'by .using any kind of was 111 but a day or, two and her the best Salve on earth,' 26o at Osoeolm Solid train from Jaokiourllle to "1GOG..'
s, but got:no relief. sudden death was a shock to the'com- Pharmacy' Train from Paiatka eonneo at Valdosta with.
that fills the pores .of the IraiDicoloc north from Jaekaonvllle. ; "
to use Electric Bitters and ]I best to secure a'' clear munltjr. Her remains were encased in Local: ale pnen Dixie flyer a.a.for Ifa- 1 "
,way Broke Into His Bo.... asRQP oon. remalolnvla depot nnUl 10 .. '
11 asa now cured bf li disease 'free from ''sallowness, a white coffin and laid to test in Rose Pallman faDvh 81".plnc Can from Jtckaon- ,
hill : 8.'Le Qulnn of Ca Teridlsh..'Vti: Tllle to 8U Ural via above I'IIOLe'wllrioot "
k In for twelve ... cemetery'this morning.Freak was
a. .,
grasp' | ) etc., ;4. to keep the robbered of his ,health t change of can*a Dixie Flyer train,alto h....
'wa:ai :.. reliable' medicine order. 'An occasional of customary bj ".D'. flnait sleepers (M same train to Ohleaco,
Invasion' Chronic Conlt.lpat.lon.When without change. 7
Fish atid Ovsitera.FVesh .
s'or, '.,trouble willc1ea.n..the bowels : Dr Kind's New Life Fills broke 5-tot aohednlts _. &11.4, aad 0Wrafot-''

TI; general debility, liver, and so. establish I ana. Saturdays Fish ''Tuesdays.Thursdays Oysters after Oct.'1. Intolhls house his trouble was arrested .rtlo-.address iJOVBt ."RArmxr ', ,
Bitten. ,ru guaranteed: \ ;-'complexion. COo Leave orders and now he's entirely cured.; They'reraaranteed DlatrtotPYNniet lI&'t.Cr .,-
at at the bottling works: ,to Z at-Osoeola. -" JsekamvW ,_ i
Pharmacy. Only GOo *. v. ; =. "." -i- CHAS. BASS. cure. ''. ,'c.a. .
Pharmacy '
,* I" . AL.t --TAN"O"D I .";u...
hT, ,..'.# .1 I I ,: ; .- ." : s

.T )'. .1'
;; .
( '"1 ,/
1 /
L. ,,, -' ((1jt

K /; j., ,.1 : .

W? -. rki' < I ;tiI "' -., ............ .' ,.w.Y''t t7' ;;.. f '.,r .. ..1t<, .. ,, ...",,. '. .. ..,. . II', ..... .. .. ......' ..l.J.! ,r !
h5f', tf. "" l' .. .
.. *' a XT 4 t 4A car.. "' ./ !. .. '.l. ,. .::! ., viwakayyn.. > ,Il'. ? ","riII.' i.' ,.,.'" .'.. .f;" .1, tlV . .. ,' : ,. : 0 ';' .

.... . ... .

I ....
( !;J

"-"l'I"0' --. -__."'......_. ._........... .."-.4........._r....-....,.. """t'I..: . :_ ::-t::. ::;. ,. "" ......... ,..,."'--:._.... -----...,....---,..,....."-. ...;r.t''\:'.".'.... t--, .'..

fte KIsslmiMC,Valley Gazette I : ,Wade,tfce.tuner Orlando It ,J!. I Mis* Nellie'Wallace, .charmingly; en-j: J i I.+lue.eiil e.. ....... ....... ,r.

'Oranges, are ooloring'nldely' :The Directors of i the Lyoeunfl Course tertalned her friend :'last ,Monday" j,

".L.PI10N. NO. 11, New lot of Pul) 'Mouldtng Just are-. Of' ,last ......oD..h..n, arranged with ev.nIDIr.from,. fl to I$>> o'clock at"an"At] TWKB AEFRAUDS f Professional .Cards.PA' J
I-UBLI/UJED/: EVERY:: lI'JUDA.Y.BT" rived, .Thompson's.. "> I the, 'Alcahest. Lyceum Company of Home" in honor'of" her 14th birthday,I i
Merry and recitation were the
,' Atlanta. for another season'1' entertainment game
POUND- KANtlel..OHUfeQH' SchooiAuditiorlun Don't forget J* WUllams ")'4soy, during the present winter They order of evening.: Delightful cake : :'. VANS", AGNEW: ,
; Oct. 21. and werelerved.;. MUs Nellie ] : > r'f
cream : -
.1 i .. will be name.
i conducted
the plan as
For pn. I I'ATTORI/BAT'LAw.u: ; ; , j "*.,
Orange /Jo
DIH OTOKY. nursery' trees, or Pesch received many token of remembranceand ,
call on L ;P. Hughey.'.- I heretofore;that lo' to say. a season i. :-,4..AND:NOTARY PUIH.IC; I -
.-Pr. cn, snob flab. ticket admitttwo. all present wished( her many more .
VS"IIODIIIt' good to to each of the : KIb81MMtL',FLAB'i ,
,W. Lane urned"tt'OiD""bll .
and T o.olock.Thursday : Praj.r raeetlni Paulk, such
1 11 a.m. ; btppy.blrthday.fThess'present ,
." ( at t m.< ..abbathpool eight entertainment during the sea-i y'. IN, I
P" trip '
.r 9:46: 8u a.7 morulTHW .,T. attly tutor.. to Georgia. Sundry night, con may be had tor '. X4M0.: :The'';more were'Guy. and tt.burO'QulnD, Verna 'i j .'I :-3f"Wy',SIMPSOW, 'J' t R
-S., William. Macy the tint Ellis: Boblee Spier,, Ijohnn.le't: '\ Wood- '
'! .&. ' Ckv.nx-As J. Frier PMlor.Cmmou. enter ticket subscribed for the ,moN fund ,.. '"
; ,...,bln,.'f.r7 meeting Sunday. 'a..BO m.It .aad m. 7-Bnndayhool p. mourq the Lyceum Course,, ..Oct.21st. will there be available: to provide .the all,' Earle Minx: ; Clarence Hogan, Leo EIE Y ,PEN 'I8T,,, : ,
Peorli.4 a. m. Prayer.meeting, .".ry Tbnri-. best- olio L 'of 'entertainment, it \is Bass, Edwin and,Emmettoe'Pound,.1>.. ] T JNI1.1 1 Office orer'.O cola Pharmacy.)

..8 r7PmVUltor". JOHK'I EuOOPU*always i CHt'ItCR..n..vt4 waiooma.. Mrs F., G, Thomason anti.'j'ir7: S. earnestly boped'tberefore that all who Ellis Gotwallas, Blanche.., Dora Lancaster M t.h'eW"li.Rub", RowenaSpier ; )mca HOOHS: l '' ?.|' jj $. to *2 D'-, tp
Renter. Peirloen on vbe around Sun- dltanaa made. a. fifing trip to Orlando. can will buy one of 'these season ticketatheyarremirkablyclfeaplhen ',and Viola Aderhold., I' l "to d.3o: !.m,;,

J Say'olock ol the, SrenlnR:month ..Mornln",10fI ai 'aenrlpe:80 o' 10:88; on,Friday, you '7. W; D: :Armlrteadoy; Lakeland and "-- i ii 'Telephone.No7ft, ..<. J un'6tl 1 yr. ''i

,.M.TT.aiA"O.esc.-IDlytn&worahlp, od c." For nioe Oak Bed-Room Snits consider that they will admit two'''poor a brother of-C. A. Armlatead of this y-r "((4.
call .
and third Sunday la oach : A,'
nr onth., flr Morning t Sunday..", Ic. atU m.. 'a.. ,Ew: on J. W.,Thompson. " pie to each'of' the eight-entertalmenta. place has been here several days..; He :1--.D| = "IiDRUG JR..) ,3.;,STEVENS "

i4 i"&a.m." aarrlo Bnerrlo 7:00 p. 6:11 Sunday p. m.8obnol Prayer. at J., M. .Bryan Jr., has'returned'-from equal therefore to sixteen admissions is in a low state of health and IS ar i ', ./.,.D lENTil"...,. 4'
' e.tingThunduevenlu. at 7:00 p. m. ET- a.trip to his wblchi. reduces. the'price to. $56 ''each. ranginglOr and'utlng'-down.tbe river -
% ,I.moatoordlafl' 0.attend tb.... grove at Hallandale, on In the hope that. he may be benefltted
E iiOTit. the Ka It is well to.remeber'- that when .the Gas Admlbt.tered.Oll1c. .- .'
". .Pastor !.t Coast by a-season In the! open air.
Alex: DAVIDSON$, BupU of 8. .. FOB SALH.--A season's entertainments .re..oyer. If & ? : Hourst )S 8l3Q; -'.is. tota'lr..nd'! '
nice little' place!, ,
q, l
N NeAr' ".3o torr,3o P. M.
the S ire funds :'band above. '
.. on
the country" For any
further O ,
r "W eat her Report, particulars the be ANDO"", 4 >
Official apply to. B. p, Miller expenses they; turned over Business.'locals : '
ATSIAeg TIYrxaATDe'Wxag aWD,. to the school asa school benefit It ,. i E .. THOMASOM. (
r THCMDAV ....11....',l>Ot 16, 1808. Frank Perryman, a friend. 'of Dr. will be seen from this that this 1* no I TAKE HO "JJlAN ., :- Physlola?.a.dAU s.- ......,

Max. tfln.. Bain- Thomssson, of this place, who halls money making scheme for any body, .,r'- .. .... ........ .tTulf : OU.'lalll.. S'S_ _
tall. from Atlanta. ; O6i'In'Pto. 33. 0"10.4.>
.:.. town Tues It* prime object 1 Is to ...1I'oJ'd'a good See Do at Dana's. '
r------: - -- day counter : 1rlsstMMELTLAw
lq .. 1 grade: of wholesome 'entertainment G E I
rla..s nraay. .... .. ..; .78 ,5-K M N..';<. If yttw"'ntthe. nicest Willow; Chairs w.lthln'easy-reach'of all our people.: Standard Patterns at Kali's, [ >oooooooooccooooooooooooeW.L.VanDHZor&Co ,
, . ,........ HO and hookers, go to Thompson
ndaymlay .... .. M ad.eday. "t". Let us-see to It therefore that as many See those 60 pen tablets at Dann'..
....... .".. noM 411I .. ,A tea pound son came to gladden the tickets"are sold as 1* possible to sell
..,... fIG ...; School at Pann' ,
Vedneeday. good ones ,
hur.d.$"....... 711, M ,\.nr. home of.Mr and. Mrs.'.Dan Brown last and that each attr&ot.loD'i. liberally ; ." "
Tuesday, patronized.,, Headquarters for school supplies at. BUT CET THE AT I "
J. A, 8IMP80N. P,.M.. '
''. Ellis, 'of Narooossee returned The directors have selected as manager . Pann'. ,', ; BlR-Q: K E R :S

-" for Insertion of AdvertfseIntents home recently ,from ,Chicago for the coming season, Prof.Edgar Summer Good at Cost. Gulce. A OSCEOLAPHARMACY. II. .1.ll" l '_ *ftl'i''i '- -M .- .,
rates / f
Our J-l
the reading matter;!' on where she. spent. the summer with rela. Oliver,''with Lee..Bandy a* assis- Batton;.:. ',. / ''.
among "
9 tives.: ant, ,Information' be had. from t REAL eSTATp: : ; '
any can,
line each in-
(this page 1* ten cent per Stanford Is .ole agent for Douglass .
|ertlon. ,J;,W..Pound, a brother fi.beedltor, either of them 'Shoe at Kisslmmee. '' L. ., ; AND, INSURANCE,,' +
, "
..arrived Xlsslmmee from Atlanta The Ant of the season'sentertain. .'
.New Goods arriving at OuloeDratton's. & "
r' OOOOOOOOOtk Ga.,'Wednesday night'for) an ..Indeflnlte -. menu 'will. be .J.. Williams ..Macy .. iF/Mllhklhl/ #lA4tFM IktFlh..4 ,
.. stay.Cattle : Humorist and Buffo Basso oil Wednesday .,. .
night. Oct 21 t-' "Dorothy Dodd" shoe have the
- --
News.ooooooooooooeooooox shipments ''
k Local. this week: Three tyle. Hold only by Dann.
oar. loads cows on Monday and. two of Cot EO, I Morgan. Married. ' > - 'Shies. -

beef on Tuesday. From Rull Bass to Wedne. ,'. Times Union contained , Sod,only a-pair by Stanford "

L the Ly Ices,:Tampa. the following notice 'of the marriage I -- - H.C. StiiidordrrIG

BuslneuLocals Rev. C. E. Joner has sold the fruit of Col. E.O. Morgan who b'o, School Supplies' at Guice &' Brat *
Read our . ?, ton's. >r" .
on bl..or.nft.8'I' A Har- closely Identified In1' interest here, "
The drummer .re', coming.. < 'in !Bock ney, of Sanfbrd. The price paid was where he also ha numerous friends Subscribe for "The Designer," .at8pct

these days.Send tl.25 per box on the tree, and the and relatives, that be 1. considered almost per,year, a* K..t&. '.. Low

' us your Job Prl tln<<. crop (is estimated at. 1,800 boxes. a* much of a resident ,a* those Subscription received.for "The De- stKI8SI

Charley Taylor I la cow engaged a* Snip shootlag Is a sport now engaged who spend more of their time here: Igner" at. 800 per year At KaU's., ,

salesman at Tress'. )n by some of our Nlmrods.The .- "There was an interesting wedding New Line of. School Shoe at Ouloe .
Jacksonville when Mr. A Bratton's.' Would Like Face to Face Talk with Yon
Fine lot Willow Chair. at Thomp site of the bags. resulting from E.O. Morgan of yesterday Brevard County, one 'a .

sit son's. Prices low. their trips after the nimble flyer Is only of the wealthiest. men IP the State was ,,!i'Dororthy Dodd" Shoe are fully "
u A son was born to Mr. and. Mrs: the hunter'. accuracy of united In matrimony, to<< Miss Nettle guaranteed, you take'no 'rlskv-< Sold -
M.tthe".I.., Monday.Mr. aim. Soharpchwerdt of Louisiana. I only by Dann. -I
'. Jessie "The wedding was a- quiet affair, to ten you of die many, many, newj.novel"; beautiful and; usefularticles
and Mr. C. A. Armlstead risked Miss Emma Yowell who has been friend of the The handsomest line of Spring and.
, only few of.the contracting Summer Dress Good ever offered In he picked up for Ibis customers while In NewYork;, recent-: "
Lakeland ,
relative at Sunday suffering for some time with rheumatism parties being present The '
. town at Kau' ly in the of the latest designs and paterns in
The local packing house are preparing went up to Orlando Tuesday to groom one of,the most prominent. way . ,
gentlemen of thaeast coast section.tie -
will be take. the electrical treatment and we Stove wood.; . ,
for the rush that soon wa formerly the most extensive ,
hope will be greatly benefltted thereby. cattle owner In the State, but' sometime We Will furnish Stove 'Wood, delivered Dru Goods Notions. Dress Goods G68t'5.FurnliblnaS.
on.Mr. since he sold his cattle and engaged to any>part of town at 1.00 per ,.'
and Mr*. C. A. Bandy pent a Mr. J. Williams Macy,demonstrated in the fruit growlnor Industry Strand.,. MAYNABP L.OMBJKB CX, Ladles' Ready Made Skirts Waists Etc
his ,, .
versatility In dialect. and
last-week wlth friend MI He is
day or two on the east coast now engaged .
Winston 1 comic presentations, by reading seleolons ID developing a large citrus frnitgrove To Cure A Cold l. One D yJ .,::'1
( the L ; pathetic. ; humorous,and eccen In Brevard. County., He has a host of Take i: Laxative"BrornlT: Qulne Tab- :
Old papers ZOO) per hundred at' trio. He was recalled again and friend*'In all part of the > State who. ets. All druggist refund the money Knowing that goods.well bought are half"sold,, he looked.the | 'j
I Valley Gazette office. again.Boston Herald. will extend congratulations.. '' If Its falls to cure. E. W. Grove'ssignature market over for what be wanted, which was the best goods tai' be
Miss Lannle Das came down from "The bride II from'one of the first is on each box. Z6o' OsceolaPharmacy.
; Rollln College to spend the day at See the adyertl cement of the Florida I families of the Pelican State, and .is -' \ ,1 had forTe money, 'and feels perfectly confident that the trading I. ;ire

1 borne last. Sunday.. Fertilizer! Manufanturlng Co In this an The attractive happy couple and accomplished< will make lady.their r public will agree to Ute'st&tement'that'b"' succeeded li his', dew.; i'y.

paper, and interested write them or where the 'sire when his i immense .. sHe
For budded tree ,Orange. of bet home in Brevard: County, Ihey see stock. .
varieties, Grapefruit Kumquat or Red. call on their local :agents, W. "BYTilaklnson groom has one of the most magnificent '
:Tangerines, call on, L. .P.liughey.. Co., for further Information country homes in; the.State.'' was not only,carefuljas to the price paid, but. .extremely- .,

Mr. Macy I I. a royal entertatnerrtbeaudienoe concerning their good/ CottBCl: to Build New' Dock. so in his selection goods the quality of"which ,in even. Instance,, .1'

. li his the Instant be appears. Mr. and Mr. W. S. Graham of Th "City Council have bad the mat fully measures up to its value in the money asked for alt,. ,Sore r

.-Detroit. Free Pres*.- Winston spent Sunday In Kisslmmee' ter of building a new dOCk under consideration s having the largest' stock of the latest up-to-date goods tie has ever I

BELGIAN HARKS FOB BAL1IO: and returned home Monday 'morning' for some time and at a "of hi' eforti'ltl;
handled he feels confident of your'approval ;
cent to 2.00.each. Apply t.ei Col. J. when they were accompanied by Mrs, meeting held Tuesday night practlealy :
W. Aderhold. Clay. Johnson, Jr.,sifter of Mrs. Prham decided upon building one at the ".your behalf 'by, an increased'patronage-not; so"muoh'beoawi, .ilk ,

Lilburn Ralley who ba been spending who'spent several day with her. foot of the street running from 'the ,,'Is Stanford but,. because. .Stanford- is, in. a position" to. save.:

a. vacation herewith his parentsleft 11 Mr. A. E. Drought arrived here on freight depot to the lake to be 300_feet -
his positionIn Monday. from Key West and spent long and 10 feet wide with a "T30x B4
Wednesday to resume ,
Miami. day'o* ..wo' among his Kissimmee 70 feet with three slips; or loading for Ybti.t

. Seed Irsh Potatoes now Vady for rlends.. He was' very -much"gratifiedto > at each end and one at the Money '

planting; t2 per bushel or R 5per bar- notice the Improvements going on side of the 'T.'' An approach, or an : xI

rel. Leave order, at my officerW.. and those' that have. been mad here embankment of.100 feet in. length I* to [ Rubber flood for Household ,. .. - _, ;IP
I* Van Duzor. t since his last trip. .. be thrown up at the end of the street, and._Meelloa' Pitrpoaos --f. r ,'r:, '

The family of Capt. C. M. ,Fra \We Julius Hyde, the' painter, has the virtually. : giving us a dock of 400 feet carried ''fib'all' A eat for '
from We are. pleased to see the authorities in stock by us
again work
have moved Into town contract and If now at putting afresh ong.
Narco.'see and"* occupy their cottage coat of paint. on the .old Bass acting In this matter and that the requirements of the house Queen Quality Shoes:;for Ladles. \':
contemplate a structure;of such keeper, nurse and phys :lan. '
on Broadway.Attorney building occupied by Thompson's furniture they *" '' 4-
It. will be of incalcu- In design and quality they are W. L. Douglas Shoes >r Men.
P..A. Van Agnew .return store.,, This i* an,Improvement. proportion, a* y M
able. benefit to the shipping interest I perfect. Many improvements
from a. t.rlll'0 that was badly needed, and will add
ed homeTuesiiiy night
,. the ;and I'are found In all these articles ,
much to the of that sectionof ID particular and to town, k
the East Coast Be say. that everything appearance. I
which increase their' utility )
, U full of life and energy about. J3roach,.".' county In general._ | convenience and durability.We ,: ,. " "" '

Miami. Among the recent transfer of realestate I Our Position are showing. fine line "" .t.. ..

Mrs. Luolnda. Bearden left Monday In Kisslmmee are. the purchase : In the coming contest of" the "wet 01 -

night for an extended visit to her b1 John M. Lee of four acre. In South and. dry" election the Valley Gazette \ -r :

daughter, Mr*. )I. L. Mershon, at.FernaDdln. . KUslmmee known of the Johnson will take stand, for neither side but | HOT WATER RAOS1SYRINOES.- - NOW 'IS THE "TIME :, ;
... lot," and the purchase of three' lots Will open its columns to each for a full :'ETC.. ETD.,' "t ,
by S.' H. Bullock; These lots .lie ontheopposlte and free discussion of the question restricting -
the house
Mr. Macy brought | of the most approved style.
side of the street from the S US
by a. "A Jolly Good Laugh1' and received correspondent only to unusual The prices ,will as attractive '
I tfewYork Mall. residence of.; Mr.: Bullock and. are, space .personalities.. ;In mating prove ; FOR 6O DAY ,
two encore*.- I as the,quality. !
mown as the''Milee" and "Begp"'Iota. this'announcement it 1* properto NKissimmee

and Express, w..y' state that. It Is not a shirk of' the I PMIOM' .' WILL. et" MBDUOBD ON' bills .NTIRt.LINR, 'f7; "
More improvement are The W; B. Maklnson. Company has. question but a stand. ,off In sentiment Co.fie.'How ,
in Kisslmmee now than at any time purchased the fruit on J. E. Moseley'' of the proprietor of the paper-one Drug ; I ,

since; tbe freese, The bottom has. been or"DPlrI'Oye, buying; it in bulk for holding to one side and the other a* All person* Indebted .to, me will please" call and;-pay:' v

I reached and the town Is on. the. upgrade n.'1M., This 1* one of the finest grove strongly to the other.,, So we must refer their accounts.,' as }I st .be closed up r

, again. ID the country, and was purchased this matter. to, ' stated. r'Hf ff '' ' '''' '''' '' ' ;! !
i 1 The Calhoun family veoated"their. Mr Moseley shortly after the freexe above. L

premises, which they recently sold to for about two thousand. dollar Part '" ;
Lewis Shiver lat Monday and are of the grove I. young tree.. Just comng JJ14. Wanted ':dW. '.' W ,'A, 'T $ O\l t

now occupying the room formerly occupied Into bearing. and with everything Sealed Bid for furnishing'piling, .
I by Judge Harwell. r favorable the'place oughtl to yield'' In setting same. and constructing. wharf : ; N'r"I
dock will be received. until
:!,, A few day ago Mr. F, HI Lawson the neighborhood of 10,000 boxes next near Saturday city,, Oct.: 25th, 1903. Bid maycover 1-.. -
ma.hedbe end of a finger 'while putting
rear. all the above item .. '
wood over a;',, fence so of this place wa bitten part or\ "
a stick of Mr. Ev Padgett . and specifications furnished !r ;
band .: mmmnimmmmmmmninvnmmnimmg' "
badly as, to require its amputationwhich on the forefinger ot hi. right. :, : ;
Dr. Thomason performed Tree= by a moccasin a few night ago. while on application.H.. C. ,STAWTOBD" '.'1C e"O"TH'U.: IMM.B. PHONSN:8 :I i r V,

. day morning wood with which to Pres't. )'. : :' \i ,:;;;;e '.
- iejas picking up ', ,City.Council. .. '. "
Sale. of fruit.'from best replenish the fire at his fish camp several .:' rilJ G. W.. GRIFFIN I ', kK.aE ;

grove In the county are reported this miles below town. He came as Japanese 0.sar Caste.; i:;, ,. ., :.....-. . ::3, llw :

week. Among the sale of this character soon a*be could afterward. to town: On and after November 2nd,1 the undersigned vKtf

were that of J. E. Moseley,,J. X. and secured the services of Dr.,Thornasson will turnisb Japanese SugarCane Accident. May" Oocr. to'

Billiard and W,,, ,A, 'McCool to'',the who is treating. him. "The poi.on *- for, fall. and winter planting.Partle 01 t Fancy Family Groceries,I; ?

'W. B.Maklnson Co. .. 1';'' bad permeated the system and'was wanting seed WUI..te acreage Afire may c ur.any day.'
1 much pain before when price will be given, 'ft3
patient wanted
Mr.' T.JX: ; .TohnIOD"turpentine giving the ,, 'Your1 life must have an end. E '}, '
was reached, bul,, we 'LBWIS M. CL&A va. ) ?

operator' on Broadway has purchased for hi the*' family Cliff cottage residence the learn physician that. It readl1111elded, to,the antldote 'Oct.-18-lm.. i'. 1 Orlando;Florida., '; Tjierefore- to be on" the' 8afe_..ide. I 'F ESB 'MZA f? j: '. ::t

, land ''near Nat and that the patient. i* on a fair Waited. need IMSURAMCK.'NT ai _
and a tract of Dog YOU :
which he will 'develop as a road to recovery. ,A* only one> fang E everyday at any.honfj; ; patronagesoHcited. s 3 3t1l1lit "l"ll
coossee"turpentine farm.He. ;! come .from of the snake,'entered-the; .flesh the e.. A pointer' hitch thoroughly, this broken ,:/. YfilUon.--.Jr"Wtn;- be.- glad- --to Delivery ;i

b :may Georgia.have no W caue. trust,to he'regret and. halnlrI family Jape of Mr. Padgett was from slight'toore.indeed.: *erlous on floe.Quail' \and V- Snipe.- Address pt::! tell you, TUB COlT 1 l l I i1 i11iDltliDlillUittilliitttUltl1i11iliil1i11tiltllLltU .: :.:

oonsequence* .
located here. # : t$ ,
.,.... .. *"" a ;! .'.

I' '.' ,'I); ,S. ::1.. 1 '
r: .
f '
l y 1 -' .
y 1 I U". I ',' :.jr ,
. .. ,. .. .))' I' ,.. ,' ,., .' '
.... .. _., -5T .. --r .,; ., t Yd .
'1. ", .." a ." "{ .fii -" ( .5.; ..
".;W"'r." ,. .. r. m '" .::, ," "" ... ,
... ';" .,.: ,iiV'" "",",,,",,:. <\' yt..l 'i: _JoJ $(

f +

II ... .
i' ....-.- ,

. ,.. ,,. ._- -- .ts. ft.,... 11
.. . ,. from .VEugene Tea --
ttreateat'physical good I
"'w : K. I.rlo., of 731 Twentlett ,
/ A Rare and InLeresUng:, Trophy- .1 ..
dltloa.'I .. f ,t I. avepue..Ucket; seller in the f Union Station ''t

; Col. says; "Ton are ,,at
should Denver
The shoes, above all things, < .
P1T. be comfortable for a "marching man, o rrw' liberty to repeat what I,
--. '' ' : "*
Is feet. rv \ v-jyf .;< ,;%#- >' ;V '* Ttfl "
only ns strong,as.his \: ftrat stated through our x
.M 'f
.. .A.
e e' ''''' DenverpapersaboutDoen'sKidney
:t' 1 aa
.. Do not try to keep! step with your :r a ,Pills In the summer

I THE RICHT KIND'' OF A WIFE. companion If ,it is an effort Any but: of 1800.;for I have had
-0.-- your natural gait will.Ure you.quickly, ; ; 't no reason In the Interim to
s .he Sometimes M.fcl o Men of a !Ir.'er0.11. opinion of tbe
o..e i i change my
,C >> And If reguinrly'yoa will rep edy. 1 said 'when ftratIn'er..lewed
lie is the moat jioclablo soul! on Mala kept up that If I had a

,, :'street. and he-beamed, !' on tbe girl In find a vast Improvement In your health. ) J friend and acquaintance
month Is eut.PhlladelphoTelegraph
w the white shoes who pattered toward a -..1.1"0. ..- ' TIi suffering from back acheor )
him as he stood In the doorway of his. : kidney trouble I would
-- '
tittle .bop.r laU I* Vfeahtoukble MU......,.. k4 nnbesltaUagly advUntbem
Jlbi stock In trade In tea shells with The high crown remains a' populaistyle trf to take Doan's fcldnrjr

A "Souvenir of Pescrest" Inscribed on in straw as well as .in lace, chiffon I 1'111., I was subject to '.

them, pocketbooks. mnde! of 'mussels. and Julie. In almost every In. severeattacks of back

mirrors frauiud In nbella (like, the one stance the trip Is- wIde all around 'ache, always aggravated if brat long

c in David's bedroom when be went -to with a slight,flare off tho face flumes at a desk. It struck me that If Doan'a

visit the Peggottys'aml) other more or and tips offer manifold possibilities In : ;, Kl411f"'PIn.'pertormec1 half what they

a. leu'' marine articles of bigotry. and tbe adornment of high-crowned' hats.Thg .! .? i promised they might at least help This

t ..virtue revival of the little bonnet with _ Induced m. to try the remedy.. ,It absolutely
.The summer girl stood idly gazing at strings will undoubtedly 'become, more _ stopped the back ache. I hail ,

the fanciful wares in the sweetgrass general as the season advances.-.- Gossamer never had a pain or a twinge siac..?_ ;'

basket at the door while the shopkeeper materials and straw braids are A Face TRIAL of this great, kidney:

took leave of a .customer. As the used to fashion them and ostrich tips 'medicine which.cured-Mr. I
!atter went down the Tillage street; the lace and sequins form the decoration, a w t be mailed to any -part of the UnIted'BUt. ;

c communicative ,shopkeeper'wild to the with the strings usually of velvet rib' ... -'application.. Address Kos-
summer girl "A powerful amart man, :% ' tags ter-Ullburn Co., Buffalo N. T. For
? iKni,. The youthful lace looks especially \,;d ,+r' ,
the ; pau sale all druggists, price CO cents perbox.
that! Tbe girl looked after retreating v .
5 '
well under a flat plateau or the new ",e .k ;., q l' y N,. ,, b ;P; F' k, e W+a wl "t .' _
of the "smart" man. :f .
4gure '
and rather '
sailor with very low crown .
lie didn't look tbe part. She.smiled wide brIm, though either shape may "I SCA.P-I.OCK' ; SHIKT RECENTLY: UECKIVED AT THE AMKUICAN MU8KUi( OK KATUUAL: IIISTOKV.1- {- ;
Inquiringly at tbe shopkeeper and thus back tho brim on ,
be' varied by rolling MEASURES.
encouraged the.worthr seller of shells I It witha A rare and Interesting trophy Is now said to be the only garment of Its 'The material Is of heavy buckskin HEROIC

continued: ':,u"' 1 one bandeau.or both sides For those or by who rising bave t1i' oav. exhibit Ion among the North American kind In existence least the only,one I made lu primitive liullam fashion "I'm after a servant glrl.r said
that has of Four of fine work. V Hauskeep."one with a good big appetite
"soh}', I can remember wben'b1' waspoor of straw tfcererare: the smaest'hats Indian collection In the new west yet come into the hands rows porcupine '"
the white man. Extraordinary And shape, are stitched In the front nnil preferred.
a bol..uot'lO many years ago In white gray or fawn felt, with a wing of :The American Museum. of
either. He was no 'count whatever peculiar! Interest Is attached to It from lack sewed with I news, and tothosebniid "That's rather an Unusual request.'' /;
absolutely. One day he bad tbe nerveto pimple ribbon or scarf trimming. Velvet -. Natural. History. It "In tbo'".t'.aI -lock the fact that'nearly two hundred!' or are fastened tbe many locks of began the employment agent.

get married. We all) kind o' pitted ribbon In widths'inches';varying is much from in hirt ,,'orl1ln'1>battle bt.War Eagle, the more human ,locks of hair cover tbe hair "Tho'locks are of nil grades and "Well. I've got to put a stop to this
Inch to two
half an front find. back portions of the ""same.Tlw'sare colors ninny long and title ones being business of
tbe girl: But- and! he made gesture demand in the.: millinery world.: The''' famous, fierce old Sioux warrior. More having thingswarmed
i that might-mean !horror, astonishment broad widths are used to form the than ordinary Interest Is attached to all from the,heads, of victims undoubtedly those of women Tile full onrtbe not dayPhtladelphia'Press.
all three; "How sh. ; slain either In battle or massacre dar history of the coat hiss not been ascertained. .
or Joy 01' quillings that encircle the low crownsOf this garment. from the fact that it la ing .
pulled'' him upl'! She made him work; the early days of frontier life. .-Nexv York Mall and l xJlr.s.
the uew'sallory" as well as for bows 1
and when he did work ne was smart and'rosettet.' Both fruit and flowers "
tie'. wrote and he lawyered and heat are to be popular- decorations for the Removable Shoe Sole. .How Hemp 'is Crown.. a bale. The Ji>I<;.fr'n profit Is otiorrnous. OF NO CONSEQUENCE. '.
: and she kept a-tugglu -- He-I certainly thought you had
autumn bat and in the reds '
early Hemp of the Philippine Islands, or
t. it him all the time and und his and sere brown shades Can Be Pi t. on and Off Much Like a rather the Is A great many thins are mmlu. of' given" me some encouragement +
deep greens plant from which It manu.
money and sent the children to school Scat*. neiup from floor Inn tlhl R td< hlixlortwlupt : She-Well, you mustn't mind It.
t they are ,particularly \seaaonablerBirds In scientific circles! "
and made his -A.. sole The tmtivfs select the ,very habit of but I doat mean
V ud dressed herself neat too. are used and are admirably removable metal for shoes Is a. t'musa textllus"'nnd by the nativesas It's a mine, t
1 ;!homo ft very pleasant place.". suited to the present flat style of trimmlntf a novelty which will be appreciated by abaca. It belongs (I)' the plantain fXnest of the llbrp and weave a delicate anything by It.-Puck. )

"A wonderful woman," said the sum- :";''The Delineator." t( many laboring men. more particularly family closely resembling tbevbanana fabric which is as cjcpetiMlve as. the 1"

.net girl with! a glance Into the gloomy ". : \' ; those engaged In some classes of millwork plant The hitler has a leaf similar finest .silk and theylmike their rough
"" " 'rte
UtUe chop.i *. The T1tre.-- ol. Blaehtr. who are compelled to wenrHiob- --- garments of it as -well. Snll cloth Is
"!CtI. she was. lie was lucky Most nail shoes in performance of tbe made of It. and cordage too. MapUa
hc', women couldn't a done nothing with a The flattest of soles is seen on some dally labor and who may not desire to paper Is made of-the rope ends; carpets

BO'fcount) fellow like him.,but he got walking boots; both buttoned and be thus. encumbered in going to and are manufactured of-tt; It Is used I In-

a treasure out of Providence's grab aced, and oq.| the popular oxford or From their work. In a device recently upholstery no
bat; didn't her ,low-cut shoe :yclept the "three-hoi brought out to meet this demand the r. It Is snorted that Purls mllltireTs

L "It'aeems so." blucher." .From the ball of the foot metal sole can be taken off like a skate hemp in making bonn(>t... The time ,

"And I tell yon that a'man' fortuneIs beneath', the; Instep and, tor .the heel And laid aside until again wanted. will rome when new lines will bo found

Oils wife.' She makes Jilni or breaks there 'a'heavycurved"" support W the I; The removable metal shoe sole is for It and Its waste which la very i irr

in him.". foot with unusual "spring" to'It The shown herewith. It consists of a attune large .
.?' heal Is high and far some reason called 1 of tbe also and lines of G -- -- ---
.i "She usually tries to break him. a heavy shoe
{ .,.14 said the summer girl unsmilingly military heel. This' blucher ba Bole, with portions cut a away to decrease New Heather For Gas Jets
"Many a', fellow- that starts out of three holes on each aide no more and tho weight as far as possible. --

tome use In the world Is dragged down therefore, Is truly' low sfioe.. On the front and side edges are clalappieces An attachment for bollttig water and

anti"out"by a. silly airy yeoman, But It has no tip across tbe toe, nelthet adapted to engage with tbe solesof performing .uch-optoratiolllL.olL a jet J4 .
t 'a good, economical wife .is as-good as pointed, nor square and the IOle'' lies U o. shoes and hold the metal solo filled with nn incandescent tnnntlc Is n
parties and savings banks." flat and aquore'on tbe ground,' not in .tn place, In much the same manner among tho ,recent novelties., 0 There aroHEATIKU fl

"Parties tho leasTTtuTnlng up 'at the toes n.s ns Is done In the case of locking skates. <.+

"Wby' she keeps a ma 'bom..nd elders style' boots,and 'hoes ,tare wont' At a'aulfabta-polnt forward of the heel ,- 'Mrs. Tupman, a prominent
leads him out of dissipations such as to do. By,these' aulrkll yoa.Juny" know there Is secured to the leather sole a i,3 .ro: .n........... lady of Richmond ya. a great
"three-hole'blucher. .. ,
the- with "
'r shows and theatres and circuses 'and plate tont ue-plece adapted to ; ..'- '"

ca' balloon ascensions. But I tell you Its -- lock wth'| the. rear'part of' tho metal .- .. .... . ........t sufferer with woman's troubles,. .
: "' .
bettor to have any wife-even a silly Storm Coat In ftaoUUh Tartan. solo and to hold the same rigidly in THE ABACA now WHICH HEMP IS MAD t..r.--..................:::::.... :. tells bow. she was turcd.:

ene-i-than to hove at OU Plunge 'storm cent traveling place, and yet to permit of Its con- .
none A stylish or
in shnpo to tlint) of, the 0nbn'a.. but of I "For some years I suffered with
''In aid trust to luck say I." wrap for cold weather Is'of mixed dark u slightly darker green. The difference ,. I backache severe .bearing-down pains,

"Y".. I think so. too. ';There something blue and green plaid, the veritable lu appearance must be told by tbe laucorrhnco,,and falling of the vomb. '

pathetic about a dried rap selfish Scotch tartan'oeu with a chariot expert; the inexperienced can tell the I tried many ronedini, but- cthiag y
e'Jmchelor' How- about your wife?" surface. The garment completely envelopes gave any positive relief.
difference only by tasting tho fruitThe .
"I eomlD8nl'ed
,sked the summer '.Interestedly. ) 'the figure and falls in a- series abaca tastes taking Lydia F
like! a green persimmon. Plnkham'a Compound
Ton seller of leuh'lIs' round. rublUrid of .thr-i The bouldercalie Vegetable/
capes. Many of the natives are -cutKflged In June, 1001. When 1 had taken the
face took on lines of wlstfillness. comes ,below."tho waist the r'uert in Its growth and pale. It flourishes first half bottle I felt a vast improvement
I lie dropped his Jocular tone and laId flonnceJlke descent la to the knee,: on hilly ground nnd. like 'the aDd have now taken ten bottles

gentJy: "Well, TOu'ap' (!.' it was and the'third' falls- to theJiem of the I Imnnna plant tnkes. nbout. three years with the result that I feel like a now

** long while ago. She! waa, very:young skirt. All of the pieces lire flnlsbca r2--4. to flower, When It comes to the; flowering .woman When I commenced taking
*nd eyr I suppose. peoplewould say wltli:three rows of,m cblne : d age It Is cut down and made the. Vegetable Compound I felt. all

.,-did nay-that she was not the kind toblpaman silk.. The garment is fastened fve )\ait h ready fur scraping The stalk springs .(. '! worn out nervous ADd was hpnroachfpjcomplete I wel hod.
In business, but.*be made with ball buttons all the way down ,
gilt .
up again from the root, and soon hewBias only 08 pound. Mow I weigh IOG).(
toe very happy, 'She. only lived a year. In frontPleated 'Its go to smLltle:; :; It: : -pounds and am Improving. eveVr day,

.'ButI; never forgot; that happy year :; --.r.rIYe .not permitted to do -eo. ,however.'as gladly testify to the benefits re-

That's. why I advise .young men to LI the seeding process rvduceK tins quality. 'cel d."T-MiuK;C.TurN... 43J West.JOth .
'plunge in.."* and be smiled a Uttle of the fiber St., Richmond Va ->-, ooo ,...,wt If
trlfllttl/ /ea1.r IttttT fftflKf MUNMt
mistily.' The abaca '' height of fWMWlWIIM.
grows to the' .):. {.,'
: And as the summer girl's white eight feet, but U) not a tree lu any When a medicine has been .tler
a 0etI 'wot. Ipplne down} the strfet: sense except that It gives shade. Its O":8IL tyOANDKSCEXT' W.1'I'TL1'' 'cesaful In fiore than a million

r ,"the looked, back at the rotund proper? leaves run' from Its roots. enfolding ninny attifchmentt on ''the market for cases, ia it Justice to yourself to

"tloui and bald head of the prosaic fig- the flower stem until near the top. heatiiiR! w'nter'avey a fishtail buhier"but .. without trying; it. MI do not.
I are In" the doorway Ar.3 told herself when they branch ou 'lnto great waving with an Jncandesrent burner such believe It would bel p'ofte""

!, ..: that ono can never tell where romance fan Tho manner,. ( growth can Surely you cannot wish to remain ...
: : boleros are wonderfully he tlttlngs! ceo useless The'accompanying
: t' l-boose to take up its abode..Newserf I I be compared to nothing in the United! Illustration shows weak and sick.
coming to slender forms.tSome'aashei an. al1-1>rll.88 Mrs. llnkham, whose addressla
.: .. . Commercial Advertiser.i State except a young onion which is stove. which be used under .
I' of
> MXTAti SHOK BOLL not a account clrcnmstancesby removing tbe manUe and without cost alt lettersaddressed
nzrrd.e. tbe of tbe skirt ,
4 cot er bach ''
'alUas" the insignificant size of the latter. Hut '
1'- and. chimney holder It 'Is to her sick
Venlent asserted by women.
Y Embroidered sgaUjtsftsstinj beety removal when it I. ao desired. .
> i'X'o one need' complain she 'eannot the leaf layers am wound, In that way she has the
( The \ that it will boll a' pint of water in about Perhaps) Just knowledge
i4 wearing surface of the metal sole
( take) exercise so long as she can walk, are rounded off at tho ends. though they are fully a quarter) of an that will help your easetry -
*"* '* ;|"""' '".'_... .I'.t Ttlu.j '"'H bal;" "one;';.'"thSTsmaJrieut; i :tA, hi furnished with -points, much the Inch thick and six Inches wide, three\ minutes. her to-tlav-1t costs nothing.

'. : , ''Iayhap., one cannot afford: expensive'apparatus Dries, because It hangs well. same those, of tbe bob-nails. BeIdesi.being 'The whiteness of the hemp designates
.1 A capacity for hard work is usually
-.-- within, tbe house, or golf Bummer evening fans aro airy fairy scheme! is said a.very' great comfort, this its grade, of which there are "Tho LitUa,; ..Father,.of oaD' most ralueb a suet a
'o teagJ.>'vor,!Other i bOU *,-, 1I1 mitch J th dt a ti make 'very great four. Binder-twine Iierap, Is classed ns I the Russian Fleet. -
4fc Te'tr: eBat weapa'a!. sadA 'J Addition to the life of a pair of shoes, 'current.'"fair currnt".and "brown." STUART'S .
Cape collars finish ysjrlousJackeJa: for the reason that the wear la equally FREE
| :
:There lire without doubt tricks
walkingfree to all and Na- many !
< sboulders.haped distributed the CINand BIUCHUv
.broade tmrrow between the leather and At recent celebration of the b1centenary
this and
In trade they
J are worked'all
two "lelc1l.boqntlfU1lT of her charma ,
: -
f:to those.whoSrlll' sittOythemwi LIT ;"clasps for fyl j 4,aqk ofl the 'the.metal sole the 'Il.from the lacy cultivator to the of the founding of St. Petersburg To all wb.mff r.or to Ibs
. I .JiJaJY di. -1 the ancient craft above shown "'''0.''..'wUIo IJbn.yLlr.rHutbledd.r
belt.elouldVeL-o ,} and back
eAwalk e exporting agent again.
J. _.__ or Blood Iii u.., ump bolU. '
, even I( It be a short-one;-la ,,'L -TalUerelneciSaceVa<1 ioVnT'ih Deck: piT, Man's fondness, for sharing his .fcf;The pressing of hemp costs $1 a bale; figured largely !In tbe ceremonies) Concerning eta and wnlhoni 1.attwrt'ind,?
misfortune her the London UT.r M.dl.i...
1; 'a .wonderful rejuvcnator.: to. the1' tired of"tbe..wpman In tin low.or iall-low is' equalled only by hIs the landing and shipping'charges at Graphic says: : .....;. M.nneI th11pe will b.per.MM,

; !-oJ xhesitancy la whacking' up his good Manila are thirty cents! a bale. The I UOO WIG CO.. M l1 all 5k. .".....(I..

: '. factory'And' ', ""rose'wreatl/hia layer gornlturoforaj Jac'lt freight to Manila averages about $1.25VHORSESiDYINavdR .

,i:, .reasons to tAka. them) ,- *. n. olleta1.dressl\pf, :\pf !joftly! rosy Your Livli-

;.-': ;iA\ve Tnr'* cares C -S and' nrorrfeV-at p1nk.'teary"lfiatelaine+pine;' ::WeT : ; TBIRST, DIG 'FOR WATER. J .: Is it acting well ? Bowels

; , ; ,'home... It will do- you no good If '
of -d1la ,tWo yffitl I :
e abll sagging on very | Xv tHIHItHi'rrHlfttlnlllHltitt'li' Illlli M J t ?
with the how Ben'ssulk regular Digestion good? If
you problem
p tarry' .
of "" '- .
r '
goodsTh@ctit 6' ; .
_r-'i : will get made or bow you can at. ,and fit of underwear Is .ira-. .,J 11'1. '. ) ..". ... ,!il:: .:, .1 I tft'j.', .. . if t not, remember Ayer's Pills.

'* "i,ford4,-, "Jo get lla'mle. .anew. .' dreg: -; portant-If''on.
k. (1 I Dr ;' N1kttmuse.fDpen1y'oar' mfdd to !. L'", your life. ,.oywo" .-fu..a
'tbe beanty f tbe.a71Ide..80wen. the \8ome.handsome
.t 1)1a7.of light and.shade in the wilderitems' sashes tbat'bave ends"not ovtr-loot ... : : c..L:;; Want your moustache or beard

of green leaves, the hi ,JenctlL ,'\\i., r a beautiful browner rich black
I ., _. ? Use
d) "
-' ,): ',
:1 "o ) . .
dome.rtittliea :: ....J < .
. blue and drifting' clouds.You will d .iaanoiJ ah lriletycan .' .. J ,.)>
eky: : g ., .: ',: \ ., 'Jii..., :,., ,' r # '
t'+ ''tackle nome' probleml..1II"ltb ..a much only be oppreclated, through a-magnifying \';. '.\ - \'' 0iI. I 1 .'.. ' ,.., : ar BUCKINGHAM'S' DYE

.. clearer' brain when'you return. I, glass. I I,1'DetTr. ,. ; tIP.._' .... P. "" .NO .Yee "H.

5:i.:i", .r 'e.- '. :. 'ti:, 'r"'iv shes f t tot fao&lv
r: 'Begjnt, 'with 'short walks'and rmod- such 'as:velvet,' are1 i efftJctlVvly nnluhed 'FY i; .;. .. . '" w".. real'ntld (0< the 'Czar,. Ivan the The Watkins"Boy"Haq Press :.
-''.' Derate tace.:; Don't go home exhausted. at the, sballop-sbapudiendf. with heavj -.IlJl'\\ \ _:t'' :.:_, ,'_ "'.' ,o" Terrible by our Queen Elizabeth. THE MARVEL OF THE COUNTRY.

i Remember there are;taska'to' per ,rm "! M <: -I- ] When Peter the Great was d boy nt

., f. whenyou; there.;_, '."*: ** |J Ji' j"i" *; Ary/lllng'novfflty t Is (>n tho order oC .w '; : : :, !: Moscow, he played! with this boat and 1.I

A 1:;' ." '. tht.i .crepe de dying urntshed with a' ''c ; \ i i bad her repaired so that he could sail ..lUNA .

r I,,; :'Maoy; a'wonian has returned'from border in' fancy catrstltch forming diamonds > with her In a lake This led to the intensi -' a
"", '.walk-so tlredtbct abe was 'read"Sto : ''.This Telling, cornea In.all tlmt be ever afterwards took : ii

; f..drop.** '.A.ncltb8, -settles walks for ber eol ra." t.If"'? f' : In navalmatters, and,, tho, founding
k \ all . "Jr -r; isf 'jhefttdiobapJoflowers .. of the Russian .
,tor time., | :tl I ;. kilel ;c nar' navy-his first warships .
,:-:', ; ."_ *- 5 &* for fiat deco::tUon.* \Vbtte. Ono of.the.most pitiable>> instances .n tiIlI lir' bow det-p thoy'"euui dig: In being little more than copies of oth....
Wear 'comfortAble ehoes. abort skirts. blue and purple blossoms are combined Itio' suffering caused by-the prolonged the recent"drought they wero knownto this craft lie it was \f110'ellrllllf'nPd ieh.erreep H ris In10.. fieldathue'

'. I. ""and.. ;Jooae easy ,clothlng.Tooi! ; wilt Iii large' Twreatba'.and placedaround: ftlronghts that have been"reported fromjUl''oVer I dig three a'nd'fourfeet down and In her: "The Little Father of'the':' Ku tia| ,.r than sib.-.,/htaa.of ba..Unll Salt t4)-LIn'.preu- ,,"I,.du.' Wryte 1....
Vtire. yourself unnecessarily if you must Ue brim of straw, hat..',>/ JU, [ theworldthts; seaKon' vorneai, many ,cas*.-the/, struck 'the bottom Fleet. a. name she ha4' borne ever nut once for elroular 110, D.. ., .

: -; '...14:21: a skirt. Besides, you come without getting:1(0water.. Hundreds since and lu Russia she'l* regarded e", E. LOWE,CO, .. Atlant ,,,a.orgl.

t '.ut'to '.njoy .A'a>,ure, .not .to, ttluk, of tract Kfc..' aspni\' :from .Africa 'wheuco 'correspoodont\ perished from' thtreand"ikiiUj: < died reverentially,." .1 r p-GOOD AOKNTS WAHTED.1) .-.*

l' t' ,our toth...- "It spears dat de opportunities of dls ::i-ltes;, .It lsa( commonithlag4lo, ; ''ehorses '.! r/hlle let a yeakened:'state from the' '... .' -- { ''T' i' b

t.,1, : life? i AI4,Yn,'" ,';''' lit P4 p like .- ,- when the surface'wator' baa nod: glrlngi, ray' and.,, holding.,them Of the'chlldren of school.1 age: in Itas.feta' :

h1, youV"beat,Veil'up'and*take asnvSlta 'It's'aaeltitl/lbtttladt/ ..Orled up,'digging in tIle:fand 'to' Itt fast bi tbe.. -fore# legs when"down la 17,000.000 are recelylug.uo_lostructlOB. :-
- -
*' W'tertgrpuench: their .tWnt;audit Is dc 'pkC\Ie.. J . k .
; Wep breat a. Thus, will youget-,the 'awoy.. Washington Star. . .f In uma sold Ordr
.. .
4 ,.
t 1
.; 'r 'ft .. l
<, .._, ... .J!' (
a. .. """'" ; Ii
,, "p' ""'N I' i t It ,

I I ... ... .. .t "
.. '. M '

+ i 4 rk, t ..l'JJ.r.Jy'. ::1"'&'" tJ lIL..'\ ,' "' .,,'"" . .:r J ..1''t' ". of.. ". t'"' '.i'.' Y.' 'If''.tY'". I<..rK'." ..." :' ..>jt'd. ''t.'y':# .>'' '(..,.,, ..., .; "
> . \
.K! r. r.joJ'.Ti: : : ." "I c;; ""' ._ "


> ..... ,> .
,e ,
; _.. _. ._._____-_ ..,.... T ......._'" ...... o.'t, "'...ra..** *,.it.._w... _

'SERMON FOR Si NDAY I. treat disappointment.:.It was not vet Amorlcan Sriakaa.axnroati Reading In Groups. OF OVRNA.VV
......----- --.- -w... 4u ww.'ELOGUENrr6ICOURSC & a.-iL.Ia tba.tIAII.o-it..1L4L comparativerecent HllHRJII HLlOI aa ,
Tt*t-too 1tm'att.aubrpSI'b77oQyoungi !
happening', Almost without a note Q1'1l.'b't'Chll'"blts"bu"fidrre'it'"il ;

ENTTtt"CROSS' ...u... n +ef.. "fir"-Aarerlc. readers to, tha..Clrdet>' In wb Cb -* .. ."" -""_ "" ... .. w- .:

N Tog of an eye, they have had thru.t upon north of Mexico only abouA lw 4tyrtrrfnpmetu you read boo'kU'"It'I. ,sot,difficult to y' .- L" .

8EARINC.. -.-. ' unspeakable sorrow or same...ap.. ' ; ti I oft ers. a.haen obtain'.. of books'DO arranged,that f
.."._-. )responsibilityor soose' icksomStrauiti **- are atsou4 .Recommenas'1'o-rurna-OtherProminent:
'" or;.perhaps, it is an -overwhslsalng' lrlibp" nj KUt D" alfl1 maybe path?belpf,Jn, the) ,understanding. .and '
f Th.. Rov, iana.**,*!. H.,....,TJrgW.VT toSa.d disgrace. Now see they like Simon of handled wltb.Im'PuDItLa.t: e.r ;; .appreciation' ot the following one. in : r *>, ; 'tom Men Testif .,
.. "'
e Cyrene full of itterness ,
spirit of resentment.etr'uggltng
ttae r..1 Co.r.g..d'Cod .
.. ,. .
'caught,with ,bar cereal the reading' of Scott for-example. > .
hand ,
.na..ptE.oa.Wka.: ". along under their burden witJiC: i my \ n .will.
> a loa*of Adversity..:" .at.ggeetad.r dogged persistence but nnding nd Jo* tIN U1'..ralMkahag."s timber'ot fuiflernakei wouldn't. be. wise to take them ;ortnose .' Commodore; Som Nkholaoa. of the
\ profit in their eroaa. On the other hand,. their Vsi i\e4. States Kavy. lea IctUr front
f th three milk makes two you prefep.-ln tae order of
fBa.o is*, Nf-V..- n tb.'Suntmer .1d er*. &1'8 tbaPacla' ;. tU.-aa4.tU.. frfeqinaXfti K Street. N.: W.w..hlqtoa.DC., )
: Or "graai. 'ttnakei;two. ;I'waler time! First tomes, "Count Robert ofParis. .
I Methodist Episcopal) ; Church Sunday mornI that are bearing burdens just aa ,
I the pastor, the R..... James K. Holme*, yew. and Just a* heavy as the others.. They snakes and (>ver4l otber ,w and>'al.' ." ,then .'Thp _Betrothed.". Neat .'rowt :. "''_ ._..... .....:....4

Iliad for his subject "Croaa tearing? lie have their) own responsibilities and restraints though Born of them bit .me,. tkefeffecU "The, Talisman," and "Iranhoe., then eaose eased ..,.. asmy'y _v '.{
took hi. text Matthew :nvii 32 "And their awn/ and disappoint' .. .
a sorrows .d{ '*""oe. ..ewre earl f
a* they cams out. they found 'a- man -ofI menu, and they are as heavy to arty I were; of lees eon.equenqe than "Castl Dangerous "The Pair Maid est. .... f e.awtsseed al /
I tyrene,Simon by name; him they" : compelled pod as painful too a* men ever have in, as many bramble icratckef. I- of Perth, "Quentin Durward and e. aw .
III'cross Mr. Holmes this life. what cur.igttg '-"' ..seal Z...........
to bear ] : But a contrast they present An Irritable erpeat.,but a per 1 "Anne of Ooireitaln" of which are .
for their life not is jiyous and triumphant _...,1., .....__.AfI (e/. avttfrom. .......
.,Three tall of crosses were Jn use in the notwithstanding th harmless one JI the :water snake, cf times- before the discovery pt America .
crow on I .JI".. /...., that .......'
.4ia)'. of ' 8,. Andrew's their back. Simon ia th* man who is .which will usually be found In or n jar by Columbus, Reading them ,inttelrvorder ,
croelTthe eras in.the form of the letter bearing his lot in gloomy and sullen ali- the w.ter. perhaps swimming attune one has '.a, better Idea of a..IttoA.iee. .
"T" and the ordinary. Latin crow It was l.neel and bearing If in a way that makes United 8i .
te. XlatsUr U .
the stems of the pickerel' w..chto< ice early times and appreciates each .
on the lest of the** that Jesus suffered rou feel he I. none the better for having1
crucifixion. This consisted of a strong upright W do it. Paul is the man whose sufferings pursuit ''of--troge.. or poaalbly copedtip tile more because of those before.. If Z."...... p.....,....

post! which "was carried beforehandto and losses -you can plainly'_..r... the ( on'the l>a k.pal.. aaako will bate| >'ou are Just beginning to read Scot 'D.ntel'
tb..plae. of execution: and two crosspieces explanation of ais buoyant and eoura o1!'" Dr. W. Godfrey U.-8. )finl..
which were born by the Victim. l.t spirit. His lot;' disagreeable and difficult and bite.hard,..but It knot venomous sly ,taking; them chronologically t. in to Uaatewla" ex-usinber of Congress '

was these transverse pieces which proved .. it I.! he accepts, not as the other man ia the'leaat. It does! not lay etc*, but this way..-From Books and Readl1iZiu'tM Kentucky, ia a letter from \ .. ,

'too heavy for the Master. It wa prob- with bitterness! and resentment, but in that brines forth; Its young, alive Lut ; September St. Nicholas.. U. O., writes: .-. ,
ably between the hours 'of 0 and NT o'clockin spirit of faith-'god obedience that tied :( "t: an'folly satisfied/ that your
September fine specimen
the morning that that memorable procession hits a right to expect from all Hi.' Oil' caught a ; I She ia an. efficacious remedy for catarrh, ..
of which Jeaus was the central figure dren. and carried her home. Between noon i Why Enjoyed. lt. and many of ny- friends have been
set forth for the place of execution; I know there are some to whom this will and four o'clock .she;had nineteen lit. I "I 'like to go to church" announced flied by its use.*-W. Hunter M. D.Yemher .

a Jllace-outside the city wait 'Ordinarily> sound strange and perhaps impossible, and tie ones.. ,
t Irritable I
They were youngsters ottle, aged five,. 'becauso they sine '
such a procession was in charge of a centurion I know they are conscientious and religious .f. ConIress'Fr.a .
and preceded by a public crier people. -They accept'it as a fact"that men from the start, and almost as nice hymns about flowers and Insects Writes .-

who" from time to time proclaimed aloudthe mu.t' expert to be suddenly halted in life, soon as they were born they would and things to eat, and tbe man In the)

nature of the crime He also carriedn f like Simon of Cyrene, made to bear coil and lean, at my-band, with their nightgown! talks about birds." H_. a: It. Brown. Martinvin. -Va., .
white wooden board on which this wo some heavy and humiliating crow, and tlicyendeavor member of Congress 'iflh 1>iatrie .
e t."..... The tangent route was always to bo 'stout-bwrted sad brave .little Jaws wide open. "Why.'Dottle," said: her .mother, -I Congress, writes: .. ,
elected.and the mat"crowded atrcels.\ to under the ordeal bit it I..* always and only All our ejnakes Jive on"aafmallfood' ; don't think there are,any hymns about "I cheerfally'give ''. ... '
attract the attention of the people.. Each a disagreeable: and unfortunate circumstance the larger1 ones 'feed''an small insects and niy enTdoreemeat -
: mammals things to eat" your Peru. aa a cure lor catarrh..
would their lives
'of the condemned be accompaniedby in ; and they resent it and
a guard of four soldier, and,a. a matter hate it as did Simon; and that is all.. They birds, frogs and repUtes, and "There: Is eo! ,"_Insisted! 1>otUe.,"Lait: I/beneficial rcaaCa:;: have beeD'eo 1001y'

of course a great crowd Would follow. never seem. to find the source of strength the smaller ones on Insects.; They Sunday we sang; a beauty, hymn. about onatrated. that ita use eawential to "

The weight of tbe crows soon p roved .too and happiness in 'their cross. Now ii it* swallow their> prey ....whole tbe bones Bringing In- the Cheese).' 'and to-day I Bo.pcraona. U. R.suffering Brown;front that rThe' diaeaae- ,
)heavy for the exhausted strength of Jesse true that the Paul attitude and the Paul; '
1 You must remember Hit has not tasted spirit are ? "Possible to the average of their beads being, so loosely pattogether wa sang one what began Suet as I I day. was when' men of

food or drink since the Paschal supper the m.n. I mean Or do they require tbs ,that they can stretch their am ,without one flea, and ,when wa. ; heoitaUd U give their teetimonial> .
night before, and that event had occurred Paul conversion and the Paul visions? Is mouths to an enormous' ettent.: I bare fot through the man.lalkod about a I proprietary medicine for publication.
'since then in quick anccesiiion. every one It true-iliit-tha.Paul spirit is po..ibltu remains --true toctaof moat
.(If which must have 'stirred Iii. soul with ordinary life or must'one have firet-aught seen a milk-snake twenty-seven Inches- .hawk auddwo'piieontiw 1 medictnea. But Peruna has become

deepest emotion. .The betrayal by Judas, a glimpse of the third heaven? I ask you long,,.swallow a* fully. fledged young Subsequent Inquiry revealed the fact ] -jlUltly.IUll u.jte..nte.... .

and the farewell to ,Hia disciples had occurred to ponder this flnerv in the hope that we catbird.-K. H, Baynesla Women' that the text bad.been "Wh halt, y ft many people of high and, low et.aU_ ,
after which Ho had apent some may clearly: see and b* convinced that it ) that BO one beaitaua to ass his Bane
hours alone in Uethaemane engaged in a Is no unattainable principle for any man. Home Companion. ., .' >, between .two qplnlpni'=September. pries reeosanMndug :Penna..Th !

terrifit mental and spiritual .tru Rle.! It world. Lipplnc '..- \\1'. 'hi baat. sea, la our nation : )
was then a. you remember that His ne- c Here are two young men-claiimatei at '"No' American Horse Typo. -":\ given Feruna a strong andonetnent. ).
emit found Him, soce\ .,which time lIe college, or shopmates> if you please in- the, representing all clsssn and statiana. ,
his stood surrounded 'by'eDemiea. practically nine: oil e.or factory. The about' Notwithstanding- importance cf Sufficient Cause., Dually roprcacnUd.- J' "

alone for Ilia disciple had all .for as diligent! ss the other and about .. sueces hor"e.breedl l-;iLl'an Industry..In Ibis Mary-put why. do. you thlnk"th y '
silken Him. Meanwhile lie has been hurried -fnl>'Neverlhelew'there is a marked .
certain to fall In love?
country there' Is. sA this, Ume"no distinctly are so r"T .
from place to place and from ODe difference. The one finds study or but! h
.official to another: frord'Annee to Calpha/ "e..luttLe i+ j case maybe irksome' and American;horse kypf. Tlje ftp Ann;;-in' the first place; ,their 'pa, SOFT SILKY HAIR

then to Pilate then to-Herod and then slavish, it neither inspires nor develop. lug thoroughbred Is English the heavy' rents bate each other; and,' In the .
again/ to Pilate. Indignity upon indignity, ninu. .aimlll7..cIouwbat..Jao does be. secondneither of them bas a pennyIn I
torture upon torture ,have been heapedUpon ,suss he ought to or must and his whole Crat..honJ'rench.. the Dackne1 l' .
Him all that livelong night and all life is nothing more than a stolid pel'lli'atfEE. English; 'and. the'trottlng' horse as the world.; October Smart Set.: .

that morning so'that it is 'rest to hi wondered lacking the heartiness and the hope brad at present for.'rack and road
at, that ti.* weight of the eras ... of the other._The other man ii no sec FITApermanantly enred. film or norvoua.fleas .
"'-.. too great for Him. Up to the last 01'' atholarvno better workman'or bail*' .vloe/Is noti-a/type>at.all.-An cal after ant day's UM of Dr. Kilns' Great
gate, however. Ii. managed to drag it, but ness man, but he is a contrast, notwith type cannot be said to lie:establlah .l Ner..n.etorer.tatria I battle and tr ati.efre

hero lIe sank exhausted beneath the heavy standingAVbetberH. is study or business,' \lnlll'lt reproduces-Itself wltb reason-1' Dr.B.H. &I" Ltd., Arch St., Phu.,,X"
load. It happened just then that this he finds.hia joy and inspiration in what h* ' i .:") i .931" ii :nti4n t
man Simon of Cyrene, came upon) the doe, and does what. h* does from a spirit *U.' CertalntyFrom.John..GilmerFDee'a'"The"flora.! There are nearly 0X0,000' women .dreas-
occur, and him the Roman soldier arUett\ of love. There are the same restraints; In 'Am rlca" -..DBePlember I f makers in the United Kingdom.Mm.'WlMlow'sBoothlngSyrup.
and compelledUo carry the .crnaa the remainder the some burdens upon both but the ono ... i 1r'i
of the way. exalt in them said I. developed, by them,' enturr' TV : for"children :COMttH Wn p YOU vn '
On first thought might .eem' strange where as the other! is lull.of resentment 1 t "" ; i '-r t. ?tlmtthe people would nermit sucKiui in.dignity and hilt n* Way benefited.While the _.- o' A on..n.0gelend.! ".. tlon.allayi palD. u_wind collo. :350.a bottle arpeite's OX, MAMOW POMADE l :
is full of.enthusiasm and .
put upon a fellow Jew but this anticipation
Simon was WioViablralf' g foreigner! which other is heartless and crushed- .Th on* ia The.Oyaier: is jt atupid.thtwg; Virtue may be iti own reward but.qms": '(...... mr .. .!'O..t .

,lits_ ire Indicate, and the soldier* :Paul the other is Simon. He cannot dance he canjaot; singelecant I people. make a trademark of it. '.." .......t.. satS. tlaofttoftetol eem a :
....uI.tti i"'ClUId it was ?(,,. to Vst this v"People used to wonder why. Georsje-Wil Md M will work K_tb'hair
.. oreigner than a liam Crttr-th-4liirtmguiBhed lad jilt ted es rf<<\ 9,1' write- Money refunded for each package of raw.--. 1
"', upon< ,
,..aaj,,l$Loautloeta.m ._
native of Jerusalem. A. it was, the poo- editor e f Harper's Magazine.renteredahe tbdeaP.\'.:De&M1 y.iJr&ht 1'uTttutFuo&LSw.DXEa.. ,if",auwtufaetory. .
tile! do not seem to have resented 't. that fj,14, He was known to have a ( . . PRICE. 25 CENTS.. (
lecture , ." ..
and coniiderabl Income beginA ( 'qis'( :: aVa .. ... aasffl
fellowJewibnJ to suffer the defilementfiftbearisif position a When In September school f TH 'man"who talka"about not -. or fcy : .
from hi. ', and seemed. ] average
writings it
a iiMwthen, aDd toil so .
the.xplanation oc'roa.tbat fi..owl"l'aa rosyluveKbMm strange to many people! that he ..bouldtako ( school of fish I mean), jw ,being f fiil appreciated. i j'is id really.,,> i a! churopj. i f-t)| f \\t- "a.r.a.. CARPENTER A Cp., \ i

a foreigner; and only a proselyte: Jew.'Howrreatlv up lecturing:, with it* inconveniences! The fishes come wlfb shining fins 1 do aot bollovePlao's Care for Comsam- i i' Loul8YIU../ !
: surprised'and chagrined<' b* must and riaki. Borne- were inclined to r..cudl f And sit *n rows with happy grins... ttwkw.n.quatldrcoughs &ad eolds-Jo..
jiays been, to be thrust so unexpectedly m ss mercea.but on hi. death, the 1 ,F.eoraTrbdtytpringe,Ind.. Fab.13.ItOT.A : '
_ 'Into such a. predicament! How it hap explanation appeared. Tears ....before so it 'Bat OysteIsn't seen f 1 or [
pried .hat vwas there walking abroad is said Mr. Curtis bad engaged in a business :-- t.IIe woman who is given to hysteric. cell(' ;Wj nL

ore ,a fast, dnyve do not kaow. ,U* may enterprise with a friend which provedunfortunate just lies tray In his bed orally baa her own way.; .3 '3' SHOES
'hare-been idly. trolling; along that country for both. It was in order to I :
road without any,particular aim or purpose meet all the obligations incurred by tbe Although ;,tls day; Jrw* 'Yps BSSJ save from $J te $4 yearly by
in view or he may have lived outaide-tho firm which bore hi. name that necessitated.. And so to oystermen o'earhead V:WM.rJDa| W.LDougw$>40, M CS sKoes.They .
C'ity.w.U.. end wa entering the city on hi. jrnlnnn. those extended lecture tours; "He falls **>$> equal' .those "0 -' - :
business. or to worship or merely on pleasure and Mr., Curtis lived long enough to retire prey. ? "that have bee W coat j, ; ; \
, bent. \V* cannot know how to explain from the lecture p1.Uonn-aad that, too. -St. Nicholas.: .Poot/g In.oo'II'O".OO ?
: :
after he had dollar of ; : I'::
his presence there on that road between paid every indebtedness 'd' ,. to l .oo. The inv.menae .
Calvary and Jerusalem; just at that moment with interest. some" might say thatis Descriptive. isle of W.....,
when some one was needed ta bear the superfluous.hoesety, and yet miny_men Douglas. ahoea proven, I
cross of Christ, but it happened-that Bft there are to-dry ,who would do-thii verv Dar-kaway-Did youmake 10'1'80. their superiority overall r
the Jesus sank thing :Mr. Curti.-did, and aa a matter of '"For twoyeere.l suffered l tearidly .
appeared on scene just a* any girls at ,the. shore TCleverton other laakes., r
fact the number of who have dODO from'dyspepsia with great ,
-" beneath IIi. load andht find himwlfaeiced men Sold by retaIl shoe
1 by the Roman soldier; and despite so in the nMt is-not small.- Indeed there -Yes. One frpm Boston depression sad was always feeling dealers everywhere. :

lass remonstrances! compelled to bearthe men living* in our midst who are .triolog and on'-'rom New Orleans a poorly. I then tried Ayer' Sarsaparilla Look for name and

moss of Chri.t. It i* all so sudden, and an to do this self same thing But all "How. was Itf *'- j r : and In one week I was a price on bottom. ', ,
that he ran scarcely: know men do not manifest th* same apirit in n.' John McDonald.4Philadelphia That Daalas SHMS tff, ,:
everbavo'thllle new m I -
'Did :
1Inesfcctf'd. this otherwise noble task. One will you' and fee lairs ,
i. not all a dream man e. |>r*>M I*
We see. it all a* he did not. We see In act as if he were a bond slave, and while ? '-:'October Smart Set PI.Don't ..1.. t.. D*.(lsIs .she. ,.. ,,1
... .. .
SilO..,,'.' experience that for which we ha is faithful to his duty, does it in achcerSeaa Arena grs4sPat.LMllisri.a4a.the , ) .

would gladly) give all that we.ha'p. And ( heartless manner, apparently fma......._.aad..
why could he not appreciate itv..* it finding nothing in hi. hard experience to Gross Carelessness. forge that it's ear gal Sill f_.. LSm.a.Alt. sIi .t say '
in thankful'for. He Rhea mall tV..i.Y ... ..
ignorance on his part? 'Had he never rejoice or bo goes Miss Elllcott-Wh', did dls- fcf .ra. *
)heard the name of Jesus of Nazareth? about his task- .* Simon bora-clio cross-.. you "Ayer, Sarsaparillathat Caal.gfreeg: w, J. COUULaJk.Bracstea.The ...
xL-arge chauffeur T
Had he not heard of those strange and Parsing the luck that brought him to the your He made sucha
startling events that had been stirring Jerusalem hour, and full of bitterness and resentmenton fine appearance will make you strong Ovens tteat aa. t west LiaoACROSS

of late! To him it only appear* a. accontt of it. Without heart or inspirationi -, Mrs.. Llpplncott-But the man hat "and hopeful. Don't wistetyour' '
. he and without, comfort or joy, he ?
an unfortunate accident that happened tb entlr* {TEXASANn ) :
lie;, tact Why, once when I was d sIne -
talctftt his and toward
.to eroaa tho pith of this man Christ on up cross trudges time ancTmoney by Uatea of !
the,way to' execution just aa He sank Calvary. On ho other 'hand there are he ran over sv fat woman and almost .

down under th*-woitht of His cross. As mn to whom hew heavy tasks become, *, jostled_me out_'of iny_. aeati-. Oo-" trying some other kind. .
inspiration; and a source Of W"- -
it ia, he considers himself abused, huciilisted i
their and their dcvelonment tober_ Smart Set.. the i tested tried i
disgraced and now he longs for the ar finding happiness Use old, I ,
moment of release that h. may hide him. in'carrying the troM, a -
elf from the gate of the y*P-e and bear pinesi and a develonment: that they arould Much the Same.HerDo and true Dyer's i Sarsaparilla. a :
otherwise have known.f .
in silence the defilement that has come never T1fAf1 MCIiiCAlLWAY
upnn him and upon bit house. you and I are to have the Paul spiritof you suppose after we are glee t tents,:All s>suH..

And now I wish to place alongside of courage and contentment even whilewe married well get tired of each other
.thia. and in contrast to it.' the word. of stagger under the heavy cross, it can Ast .0Mer what b. think. :
the apoatVPaul. "Godtorbid that I should' only bo by the way of the Paul attitude She-Why not? We might. e.rwpari year la. N. kmo. llat> tt."JJ

glory save in the cross of Chriit." To toward God and the Paul relationship to "But how do you'know? rou',.. nor' .14 Follow. Us dine...
the of Christ disappointment Jeans Christ. Tail i. the isms Paul who .we will be. .tI. i .....
Bimon cross mean er been married. J.U. Arta<:0.<: ,Lowell.. 'OWIO.
disgrace and loss; to Paul it wrote' "\"* are children. of b.?d and if .. ,aoo.i.a TO A.s'aa ." "
I. the one thing glorious and worth rejoicing children. then heirs: )eira of God and joint "No-but lye been engaged I"-:October Talny-av' *mllas Shortest Itont. Skrv.p.r ;
Pallsja. Writ for now book on Texas-
over. How explain the difference belie with Christ; the same Paul who Smart Set r. TUBMK&,Oea. raa& A....D......'1'.
in sentiment? It will-hot do to say Paul wrote "All things works together for '
I I. aimplydealing in a figure of speech rood to them who love God.: Afterward KOKTItOUTHiASTWESTnm Give the name ofythls .".,
while Simon actually suffered tbe weight Simon of Cyrene understood the cross of I
Colombia has In circulation $669,000.. -- Htlngts: advertisers- (AU9-3)) \
end the di.cnc01 an actualcroaa, for Christ, and then he became a Paul.-Though 'Y.'" .....- > -- ,'"' -
Paul: bore the of Christ* actually tbenautioriti! turned him out of the .,n- 000 of papermoney from which nearly ; :

a. loIolOn.; __ crow became( as defiled: though he and -all'valuehas.-, departed.: The paper II' ::::'ey.e'. EYS Nat i ,
It the that-brought him Into'' ostracised it mattered little to ,
was crow money per 'capita-Is $13"; aDd It.takes IX
them,since they could clearly see how ,
-conflict with the authorities and with. '
good had to them in the form over $100 of the stuff to pay. a hotel _tdIIIIIII.
mobs; it was the crow that drove him greet << come .' '
from place to plaoe.' a vagabond on the of misfortune. bill for one day. ftursforaBROMOSELTZER e7 (f .: .
face of the earth; it was the cross that And do we not see bow true this ia of WATLRPIOCTHC fUff : ,
brought him into prison and into dun many penpe! about! us? Do we not see that There is nothing like a wet blanketto I CtOTHIMQ d

per; it wa the cross that mad him a disgrace the burdens of the family to that young distinguish the fire of enthusiasm. r LVlRYWHtRb.TV .
and that the and heavy responsibility
mother, new
and his name an exfccration whey.rv.te .
.... .
to others were just what they **s ,
turiettgdbltarbsmadTOWxlItJJiAaaotUait .
there was a J-ewish synagogue There Is more Catarrh la this aeotloa of tho t v
needed round out their characters and
and suffered loss and pain account and humiliation of the croaa.over. to fill to their careers with -fore and country than all other dlaeaaea put together; D : 0 :iO ;tJ OLD EYYLRY1YfIL"R15 - ...:.
over again on
and until the hut taw yean was uppoaedto lie lIMe.. ,
Call it a figure of speech if soil but .strcncth .' ..
you theweight be incurable. For great many years doctors Y "JPJk- ,
hi. back was bent and broken L hiT bodily And whatever may b* the'form of joioaottnoed. It a local iHrar end fueamibed ,sw.ct baeeerrintg.eyattwpiN"e ,t,'
laid *. in this
painwere", as genuine, hi. humiliation was of the cross upott local remedies and by constantly} falling to : m '
asleep and has loss a* great as came to life, mY friend, let us remember like Psul.-these cure with local; treatment pronounced It in. / lEST FOR' TAE. NWELS he
it is possible
things Tbat
Simon of Cyrme and far more so. Theexperiences two : and eurable. Science baa proven Catarrh to bel aeonatltutlonaldlaeaae I" __ A.J.1UII .
the joy
the to find inspiration
of the two men were very apostle, and therefore require nm ca.tMM.magiau
similar almost identical; -for it was on a of our lives in the cross: and further that ooniUtntional treatment. UAU'. Catarrh l a:
country road leading into Unmasous that it must be m if our attitude toward God Cure manufactured by F. 3. Cheney Co., .... --- r
)'11111 /first cam face to facewith Jeans ie i one of faith and obedience and our TOliJo.OhiO,Is the only constitutional run .oeoeoeo.o"APUDINE
'hrist, and it wee then and there that relationship to Jesus tbat of ..In.1 andloving on the market. It"taken internally ta dome "

the cross of Christ was laid upon him. diaciple., from lOdroW toa t.aapoonful. ttaetsdlroet- CURES r.i'.j
And that from that moment until he died I i I ly on the-blood and maoons surfaces of tho"ayatem. + x

he bore that .crow feeling keenly the aod's ulna offer ono hundred dollars for -
weight of it, the humiliation of it, the Into all our live., in many .dimple familiar ease It falls to cure. Band for circularand COLDS and a AaaN
lori it 'occasioned him. but unlike the ways, God infuses this element of t8ltlmol alaI. Addraaa. W. I. Gainst *.. .j
other men .glorying in it and rejoicing on joy from the surprises of life which unexpectedly Co.,Toledo O. 'FEVERISH CONDITIONS. 9.
count of it. Why the contrast An! brighten our days and flU our Hold by Druggists 76o. IQ IS sad 10.lit&at Ihagct.resOpoeO;
Paul understood the cross, its. meaning. its eyes with He drops this added Hall's Family 1'IIU are the boat. +
purpose, it. power; Simon. did not. ,raul sweetness into His children's cup and : .
Paw that that eroaa, instead of being the makes it to run over. The success we The investment''iD'pleuu1'e':yachts

instrument of torture and shame was on were .ot counting on, the blessing we were la America Is about fSO.OJO.OOO: and Insuresagainst'Biliousness t. .
the contrary God's saving sad sanctifying not trying after the strain of music in the. the annual coat of their maintenanceIs I
instrument *ipon. meD. In that crow the beautiful morning OUABANTBED CURB got art I..... twaM.. bad bswtb. W.
Paul beheld the metbod' and the mean midst of drudgery in we about $6.000,000 a season. When .. .-.wind w tb..twab blested' bewets, ....r..Wtto. _Ito, ladJceMlell!, pmploa.pale. .! '
picture or sunset glory thrown as .sttey..... ilea trwul.,esUew..... sad dlsdness, wa.- bwst.... .mover
whereby Has been year
the transcendent plan of the ,almighty pas to or from our daily business, tile unsought sttam yacht Is chartered!' the price: regulating' .suissly yes w slaw c.-d.- kills__.-pt.__au etb.r.......sag..... Ie ".
to eave this sinful world was madepossible. word of encouragement or expression -, uluen,..SI fIG a month per yacht ton. ,rebellious livers for stares shies. ..sIlm.w... .... _...... Ole arw.e.bat sHe yen.esalttaefea
Mow soy accident or any provi I. of sympathy, the sentence that meant more than 58 )'eUSo CASCA.aT'Badsy..roe ye-nil aZ... wall ... saw I""I yw see ,sss .......
dential .tgbt. Take ..,. with. .,........
occurrence that linked him to that than the writer or speaker ear as stare Cmwaes .Nesseee e. eats orm.ey
snore for'us In ''Saxony there Is an fm4utrla1" *.. *m* .t; TM tablet .-.C : aaab.a1.t
cross, and thug ot smms. said a..ple
to the that R. .
glorious purposes and hundred others .r.= .cf'r. l-.
the rd. Paul thought-these a 14. 41' inhabitants. -. how\CtI.. Mdti ot* vi by aoaO. ars.. Adhm leg E.wmdy Com y. ... sin -
mutt.If rejoiced: ) in and counted. every os's experience can aannly in instances . school for every. ... ..., -!-- ,,,
fortunate. ,' And now", mv *, I ask you to eon- accident br chance-it often )is; yon may. a .i
alder\ for a little wile these two method call it buman.goodneu-it often i*. but at

of t Jbearing.. The world is divided always. call it Uod. love, fur that Iir '
into Simons and 1'aulsi I am almost tempt. ways in itf These are His fees &ilta.-IL 1
always ;
f? to soy equally divided but perhaps not. Wi Longfellow. '.. -- ,
the jmijiItiiiiHuIIIIkijidiibwimmimI
one band there are the people' -
-whom lives and e
area rpetueF-greew .
1IIeUN1T: )'e.IL.V.i. f.N1 "
their not tmarnarr -
; .eiterand Their beck. are bent and nation-laa' ...rilbt.t."Uv'ntSrely:

very breaking;sores their their hearts souls. ar ar**cru.bed.wounded, LU to t fo r,IT.'Itself Dr.. .T\any". ood more*,'Ban than FrancCaI"an individual, 4... ""To ct.rreor; money** refunded_ by your; merchant,'00 why notary .It' ? ,**'roe'" :OOc.' .f "i'II.

, . 1- i s ? .'" .'

>''... (I' I .., t"i" '> =..,-.!:1A -.> .>.......<.=.''L.=.. ....'.. '''- .....!;; .!1.. .,
, K" "
\ I" "-" "' .
" "j.'. ..','J"'!..1"","'.._..,...>1''J: ',, .."..f., ..0./i.J.... 1' 'L. ;!"' ','" ......".0 ,' -a... .,.. ........ : ,. __ : .... '." 1' I.I ,I : ,'J' I'>!1L' -?
( .l. ,
.,'" 1I I"9.." . I.-''1.1 / ; . .. ... ., .. 't.Q .' .l,. ... .
] <, .
..' ';..1. '... !:' I I:1. : v.-'- : livN .: ,-. ,-" ', .;: 'H.. ...,,,.. " ':'Y' '" '. ,. ,..,.,.. It.!. r ,


t.. 1J,

.. '
',_, '
...-, .,.,,. .. ',, 'r ..\


< < -< < < ................................ Notice bt, Application for Tax I Iel Your Life WpI1 50c1If

L T-t< .........'"'......"" ...... <<\n Epitome of the ::1 Deed Under Section 8 of I ROLLINS ft .COLLEGE So Try'a Bottle, of ItGBH

.. IALL AROUND THE STATE* ins 'and yines Chapter 4888, Lawsof I y

,. Floridians for the Ott- WINTER 'PARK FLA.
>> 2ioUe.Ii hereby; f lven that E.L. U.Overetreetnnrohaier ,.
of a pan of.Tax Certificate No. 877 I .'
'1)u.,1 dated the 4lh of November A. O. 1_. hat filed -
aid oertlflcale In my oflloo and hAIl made anplication '-:
for tax' deed .to blue in accordancewith .. ''-
.Col, J.. D. Hay, a 'turpentine, operator I I. Child Barad To Death. law. nald certificate embraces the follow COLLEGEPreparatory :
ot Tallali&ssoe baa purchased tug described proporty situated lu Oioenla .
Saturday night about 7:30 the Florida. "o-wlt: MKU MK> !: of IIWJr4 ) GUWe
l: 40,000 acre; of land. Id Volusia, oouuty. I oouut7\\' of 8KU': See 24. Tp M A, K 8HK. The School, Music"School, .
house of W. P. Vlnlng at Winter said land .bf lug uHwued at the date of theIn- '
;J. .D Cottlngharn. Superintendent on''are burned auanoe of sunh aertlfloate- the aaine of F..
Garden caught and to School of Elocution
obiet. Unless said certificate shall be re .1 ) Art School. ,
of Public 14structincounty of Putnam tbo1 ground. The older members'of the deemed aoooMlDR Ui law, tax deed will Immutr
his re.lfirnatlon to thereon on the: Iftlh day of November, A D. *""'- Domestics
has'sent In
family had gone about' of a _. Witness my oinolal 'atKuature and seal Buslness1'Scho l, School? of and

.'J the! Oovenor. . | tulle to'attend church meeting leav- I II I this the lull day JNO.of October.M. A, D. 1V03.' *" .

That Ulckpoochee dam across the i, Ing five children In the house, one. of 1 (.BALL ,Lxxi' Court, Florida. Teachers'! Glass. Industrial Arts. defy the world produeeamed'iclne ,,
canal draining Lake Okeechobee Into which was burned to death: and another I Ii By W & JOHNSTONS. O. (' County for the cure/of all form of Kid ;'

: the Caloosabatchee river Is causing {i| burped trying to'save the fellow. I .. .... # ; ney and Bladder troubles,and disease 1

+r -con tderabl strife! between the The boy that met his d ,"th.swam.named Notice to Creditors W.. F. BLACKMAN. . . ..PHTo-- .:. !pReS"" '- peculiar to women, .that' will equal;

'people of the'J lower east. and west. ooa, t; Albert) and woe seven years of age, and'Notice distributees la herebysilver", ."d.U| to persons creditors h."luW'd.legaleei. Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. Ninety., ,,
of the treated
-New Smyrna reeze.-. while the one badly burned but not mauds avalnut the e>tales Of Robert H. Lanier ; eight per>> cent wlth.fiSmitha
V deceased, and Mary C. Lanier his widow deceased , Sure Kidney Cure that, have'underour
The following; from tae Ocala Star fatally, ,was .named Farlesv, aged to preseut the lame,duly authenticated, ,. obaervationhave been cured.'\d

certainly\ reveals lad'state. ot affair. about 1e rl. dale to the hereof nnderaleiied, as prescribed w thin by two"law,,otherwisetheutino from We bell our medicine on a positive.1'

"General Bullock The house while size one W 'S all persons who guarrantee, If directions arefollowed, ,
In Marion Count a good
N c;:: BRYAN' Secretary.Waters ,
may be In are hereby requested C. A. CARSON. ...President. and money-will be refunded !f cure Is i
County .Judge, says he never 'saw the did nottnak .a large blaze and was nWake Immediate settlement with nof effected. .,.
matrimonial market so' dull-hasn't nearly consumed before It was detected Ole nndernlKiicdAs AUIrDIt 8th.A. D. 1905. T: H eJ : Price 66 cents, and$1.00. For sale by; .

issued a marriage licensetbls. week. : from the church builh lug. : MOSES KATZ, Oceola Pharmacy. 2
As Administrator of the estates of Kobert II.
He is hopeful, however, ai the cool 1 The Vlnings are one. of the Oldest Lanler, deceased,and Mary C. Lanler,deceased.I i BUY THE: y
A. VANS-AOPKW, & Carson Grocery( Co.
weather Is drawing near. and most respected families of that. Attorney. I .
W.. Holden.who .has been exhibiting neighborhood/ and have the sympathyof ...8t44th.. IMS. i -. :&

1. "big potatoes at this office came In this all In this calamity. The house Notice of Application for Tax Wholesale ..<) Retail De.I.rtll. N 16 E

" morning-:with a whole turn of potatoes aDd all the furnishing& was a total loss Deed Under Section'8 of GR.'OCER1ES ; ; '

( and stated tha' he bad only been leadIng estimated at about $1200.; The good Chapter 4888 Lawsof .
us up gradually to shock.. 'This people of Winter Garden ant ,making Florida. SEWING MACHINE : a

d, one weighed on A. A. Smiths scales up purse for Mr. Vlnlng, .and respectfully NotloeTrheTeby)' given that Oscar Bass, .purChaser .

.before witness., tipped the beam at 14 :ask the assistance of of Tax Certificates No 1-.MH: ,. TMI\, and J COUNTY;: AGENTS FOR _ 'l_ _ : Do not be dP vlvcd by those who advertise !
lew dated the fat dsy of June,A. U. iwm has ,
t .
pounds and. !is.a... perfect,'speclwen 'Orlando's merchant!" While Mr Vlnlng nled.aid I oertlnestes.ln my offloe f : and has a $00.00 Bowing Machine for ,abe .
made application for' deed to issue In aocordanpe > 41 A Y CRATES f 20.00. This kind of a machine can1:\
of a sweet potato.-Orlando Evening Is not left destitute. his house is with law. Raid certificate embrace J Celebrated Fertilizers. : bought-from us or any': of our ,

t ,Star., /gone and remaining children have no Osceola the following County described, Florida. "prope"tu.1ed...wlt: \ i In .- GRAIN ETC. : dealers from$15.00 to'15.00.! ;'

'West Palm Beach Sun:' While clothing/ save with what they -flail All 8tlou 4, : Wl K-Certlflcate 1<... WC MAKE.: A VAWirrV.THE .
; 12HH. NEI( Xi! or'wi4, NU Or'8I(". HeoTfasa II, '-...., _. Circular;: .. walking/ on the beach the other day on, ,and If the public will aid a little Rlio; N... 12x0; NH ofWM : Furnished on Application.' --= =-. HEW HOME IS THE BEST.
he will be able rebuild and get section 10, T',. :as 8, R 80, Certificate :
to a
WivA;: U.,Cosslda, of this .city Sound on Nn. 11110.The: The Feed determines the strength or a
r a sailor's bag-washed upon the ''shore. hU feet again. It is a good time for said laud. bcl I"g assessed fct the dale of wtmkm-Htf of Hewing Machines. 'The ';
the Issuance of such certificate In the name nfHa. "
k On the bag war the name T.Fleinmlng. our merchants to show their appreciation Southern R. R. Co. Unless said certificate FURSWOOL : I)out le FM'd coniblut-d with other
for the large Winter Grden shall be redeemed according to law tax n.I IDES strong point* makm the New Home $
,.It war evidently the property oLome- deed will issue tb-reou on the Slat day of Ooto-- the best Hewing Machine to buy :
trade have her A. O. iwn. : ,
ODe lost at sea during the storm and they o&ett.1ni.-ol'lando ; .
Witness ofllclal and seal thislit
Its recovery: may lead. to some Information Star. I' day of A D-1V08. Oou-ntr FrodLixoe a. Specialty.r : : Wnte for'CIRCULARS =r:3 leae tor :

----.- .of the man's relatives. Ex. --.. r'.ALl Clerk JNO Circuit M LKK Court .. ... ,, w* mamuBeclureiand price lt...,. r"iimhaalBg. r" .
Oseeola County Florl4LYOIt
changes ploaaoopyjOne -. - Notice to Creditors. By W. R. JOHNSTON. D V !
day.:. last,week Sheriff T. 11.Johns THE HEW BOMB SEVIKC IlCfJIRE CO. ;
} Notice U hereby. riven'to creditor. lea-atma ......... ..... I;
the Messrs. dlatrlbiitee and all demand
and bis deputies and bavins
t aninat the estate. of penona Harah A 8avaae.deoeaied Kaow What You Are Taking X Union Bq. 1(. Y..Ublouco,I1L.Atlanta Oar, 'l-
,Ooodbread captured two negro murde1'era : to present the aame, dnly.rutthentt- tit Loul.,MO..DalIaaTu..8ua r-teoooOal
i wanted for the killing of a man ea&ed.0 the undermined otherwise, within two year ae When :you take Grove's Tasteless" ron BALK s w F}
prescribed" by law, the same will be '
by the came of Brld; near,HP 1 nbrldfrOa. barred; and all persons Indebted add ........ 'Chill Tonic because the formula Is

t ., Their names were ,Jim :MoCarther are, hereby with the requested ooderalirned.Co make.Immediate-settlement I plainly printed on every bottle showing HighGrade Whiskey '.f- A -i; i'fIlED.tORDS

'and< Duncan McRae, and were capu're'Dear This lath. day of September KOBE:KTB, A g T)AV.1_AQ. 11:. that U Is simply Iron and Quinine

Whit prlngs. Mo Carther was A. Executor of the It.ta&e.r in a tasteless form. No Cure No !

'armed with a villainous looking 45 W J_BEARS, A Sarah o",."A.
r allbre Colts pistol pistol which he at. Kentucky Exchange

tempted to drjiw when Sheriff ;Johns .

t told him to thI'OWUP his ,hands Officers BLAc1HjiliU611T'THE I

from Georgia. came and carried ACID '
; The lanc'of bad luck .
; Sheriff '
them off Friday evening - '
r# L--US
G Johns has lobe gun taken,from McCar- _!d .CA.E.R.LIBBV ORIGINAL:
f : New 'that seerrjs) to have no turn {

,a.ber.--ra.per: Ing can be turned into a '
z IMPRESS ; regular
tr ..General-Albert W. Gllchrist was a "\ ring if consnlt ua LIVER MEDICINE

t ",nemberottlhe editorial party to New about the kind you of Fertilizer I now have ,the largest itock of Wines, Whiskiesand

York and acted as gulde'on their trip TNIC" you need for your soil.; Beers ever handled .in Kistimmee. All ware". .e.r.we

\ 'to ,West point. .Albert, was at. one time Write for our little booklet grades at prices to suit the times. A sallow complexion. ditslness, t

'_cadet at. the great military academy UPON YOU on Fertilizers which is free biliousness ana a coated toms/ :

and was royally welcomed by some of for the asking. are: common indication of liver

'his; old classmates;' who are now Instructors ? :TTTCr:: t'E.A.C: : A. eJ? o.A.L'I'r'-: : : ai>dkidnrriii i40'n *. Stomach and
bowel trouble, cvore as they are,
Ptt at West Point, among whom ear give immediate warning by pain, 8

be ta'' .known as "Jack." During .. HlQtiest Gasti'Prlcc but liver iwid kidney trouble: .

: r Cleveland's iwimlnlstratloa \the was,, Paid tor Dry Bones- .' "A. E. BHARDSN Proprietor .though lets painful at Urn start are
a ? : -? ,-, much harder to cure. Thedford's w
member ot the board of visitors to "
a .
..Y friends'i .. Black-Iraught never fails to benefit
.West ?olnt and numbers his dinuaccd liver and l weakened kid

P e ..her* by the 110O.... The daj 'was the FLORIDA FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING CO neys. It stirs up the torpid liVerto

Most pleasant of the entire outing and GAINESVILLE' throw off the gmnt of fever and
: '. It
: affu certain
Gllcbrlst the hearts of I I a preventiveof
.: ''Osxteral won
the. entire party by his thotigbfuloessinarranging" "W B.f MAKINSON'CO.., KISSIMMBB, FLORIDA. i ... .o .. ..-. -to'o cholera kidnevs.1 and, With Bright's kidneys disease''re

"!v Gainesville Sun.: : : intoned by 'Thedford's Black.:

t j," : THB dead body of am Williams; : .f ; ; Draoght thousands of persons have f
jT in the '
; r. R. huT.LERA dwelt immune midst of :yellow N,
awhlte, man, was found\ hanging to a ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD j f/vw, Many families live la. 4'

., ''treenear.Lawtey, Saturday: ,morning;, CO. l..rltt health and haty Ho other .
;;be having been lynched sometime dur- (doctor tbfti .Thedford's DlacV-
BRANDIES It always
Draught. cut
k ,tug the night by parties. far unknown WINES ; .
4 40 82Taua BTAfioNS. G in an m rg mcy Mtd save y
[iKo one seemoi'to know the cause of SOftp/ IvLv... ..... ............ ......'Tampa..' .... .... ... .. ............ Af TJV 21 10llllp 16 L' .. expensive cattf of a doctog.McIIMm .
6 18 a 9 07 p ....... ..., .. .... .. .. . WHISKIES "A/ many
;the lynching1;: but a 'general"1q:1pN': ..' S40a 11MI' bT....... .. ..... .. . .. .. .. .PI.ntf.lt7..y.. ... ...,.. ........;AfAr II fclaAMa 0 46p I :"n.o' .. L . S.c,, Maftfl |If, (MLI .
' that a mistake was made In 'tbe 10 45a 11 27 p Ar.. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..i. .Klsilinmee. ....... .. .. .1." 4 04 IIllIp I .lugs used. T"dford", .
o fir 10Mal2Ma Ar,.. ....... ........ ., . ...Orlando. .:. .... ....... .,... ..Lv a 747p j 8Iack.DreuJht
x ,,1: ,trap' or ,thaC he was.supposed to 11 Ma 1 05a.'Ar ............. .. .....Santord..... .. . .... .. .Lv 1120.3JO T UpXI E Enheuser for three years asd I haw sot had.<.
,I a :knob! the, location of "his brother M40p 1112. Ar..:..\............ ....OrangetItyJunotten..... ..........,....LvLv 125: a* II 1126p CIGARS AND TOBACCOS , flat* I hays bus taking. Tl.
.. ... .. .. ..,............ p
9190'180 AAr. DeJUuidPalaflca ...... ....... ...... 4 Mp II k the best medklM for SM .
; e and was secreting/ bun from the> law. .......................: .
'4 B0 p'7| r0. Ar.......... .... ... .. .Jacksonvrile.L. 11 OSp 5 SAp on Ihs market for liver sad kidney ;
i+X "AltoWilliama,. Is i, wanted for a 40 .. 1110. 1 H6p s s troulllu lad dyspepsia and other

"most beD ou, crlqae In connection: withtworjglrp'ohUdren 7 *0a Lv. ..... ...,....J .,. ....,.... ..,.,,.STATIONS..Tampa..i........ ... .... .... ...... ....,..?.;At 10 Btt-86 Busch ,complehttc. R,&v. A. 0. LEWIS.
.. 9ltLv .. ........;... .:,.. .. ..,.:. .Lakeland............... .....,.... ..... .... ,8np A Beer .
.. ...'". $ one five-"andr'the ....:...... .. ... ... .... Sup A a
.i ; ........ Dad Cltv .. ....... ........... ............ -- -
.. ... ....... ..... .. .. .t" II IIKp ru.r. 1 .
? __fourteen.e..l'.of.2'e..Excban 11 20a Ly. ,. ...." . ."." . .:..:.......:.. 1r : .
.. ..'e ft 60aLv.-.... ..-............+........ ..... : >II I Me! LON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED_ :
1Jo. ," J lOpLv.....t....... .i,.,.*....,:..,..... ....Lee.blll..t" 4 >IU L .
i. ti, Bncklen'0 Arnica-Salve.l : . *! Ar. ......-.-........:OT.Oalnevllle/ .............................. .. ....LVU ICII/p
11 19tpLv; ,, .................... ,....High 8prir.gB ....... _.......... ... 40p .. .0. -
;:" ,., Ji..odd..1de.f lor.:.marvelous -II 29p-Lrf--. .. ....'....;-;-;-;-- -. ..... .......0.11...;... ........ ..... .. .. Tr.ilN--I" "" 'Catraniy-bef6lind'tfi1issimmee.on ro way 0O
. ......,,.:.....'.... ...... ...... . .-. J. lqJl a --
... .., .
eurc.1 It aurpa.sea other' Lupoo' .t.: ..,.;. ... .. ....10" Streetat' the BRICK BAR BUILDING.
any salve
b2pAr .. ..... ......... ..... .
: . ...... .. .. ......... .......\L" 741ssW 0 A TRIP TO EUROPE
,hHion, ,'ointment or, balm for Cuts, BTATJONS.

'\.i I Corns'Burn.; : Bolls Sores Felons .... . 805p tv.. ..u.' ...... ....... .. ... .... ..... ........,..,... ...... gyM. ...
07vi Lv........ ...s...,...... ... ... Tama .... .......... ...' . .Ar Arioaip
1 '. Pipers, 'Tetter, ,Salt. Rheum, Fever . Mp Ar.. .. ...: .. ... .. ... ... .. .Lakeland. ....................1'.."..".. .Lv. SSopII ma R.T.BUTLERNNIAYNARD :
'CSor 780.10 27p,, .;.......'...:...... ..., ,.. ...Uartow .....; . ...... ......LV
?,:? : **; Chapped Hands, Skin .... . 1l1l: LY..M.I :.., ......,;..,.. ., ...Arcadia .."............. .... ...4.,....LV 0 760p80Ua III .. .
: t jBfuptlooaj; lofalllble.for Piles., Cure ....... We Ar........ .... ....... Pnnta' Qorda ... ....... ..... ...lit 4 05p.p... ..
I I .
ffsruaranteed.. Only. 25o at Osceola PharP '8Nplie.18 ................ .. ..I........ ...... ./.BTAT1ON8..Tampa...... ... . ; . .Ar.. "1. ,
4 ; t *. 10 pAr. .......... ..I'. .........., :. n-4'hODntol".... ..:..........................Lv 811II.Sooa .. _. -- -
*Dailf K",cept Nmrda". _

,' '. 1' : .<: .Rerel 7 80 a 8 ilop.. ....... ...... ...... .Ind Line Tampa Ar In<1 Line.. .,,.... ... ............It 00. 8 ,
'l\, i 9 W.a 6Imp........ ........ ., .lad Line 8&'Peere U..ndLl......... ........ .... / asp '
i"r 4 ..... 5BOp. .... ........., ......A,C L Lv S,. Setewbor* If A C L.. .... ....... 1I0/Ia4811p. BOa FREEl
r rOto'aCJtOdTUle. via the GeorgiafdSputbern .:,...6g7p....:..v.-.<...*.... .A O L ArB H."lrLVA O L. :............ .....742a.! ...
,& Florida 'TrainsJeai&JacksdnVtlle ,<,". 6 sop:..... .. .... ... ..,.,...A O L ArClearwsfer I.V .'.'." .. . T .". -
Ry. L' '
'. ... 8 ..... .... ...... A0! ""'""" R'a ., "
: 48p ? A.O L Ar Uunedlu Lv .. . .... .. ... .. . If
.: 11; ;;, 7:45: a. n>'f' 7:50: ..... 7 ISp.....................AdLArTarponSprlgn.LvAf1......... .... ..........,7 7 (80a lOa.."..".. LUMBER Co. you would like t. tau
a trip to Ehiropev; Ute
ii." . ... : 12 L. 18
p. OSp .up II 10" Iarieou"m. Ar suOM Itasop c i World's
lOp : f p II CJII po LY J8O'tIlODYIiI. Ar T Fair Saratoga,,
; at! Caltro>vd Points, 13.05.. LoifAn- JO 001' 6 Illp 11116& Ar Waycross iv S Boa ,11 S6s II lOp 11 fi It' ,Ar Vsidata Lv O VJ New York CITY Aaiie r
i 1 Ilia II lOp 1.op Ar I B..n..b L. II Sus a 40a :Mp 1011. Ar "born."I' or -
,y'(J,Relei wSaa.Francisco, etc.i Ticket'Ort 8 :vita 4 40p Ar 'Cb.rleete 10..II .1a II 26p a 011.. Ar ""ttrnm"ry" L\-L.. I Saw and Planing MillsNow 0 0 vUle, without having to put :;';1,
\ 4aaletily"'September'' 20 to and Inecladlog Ar 12Otp BI \ '
Wllmln..n Ly 7100 Ar. Nah t1:' t; J up auT of your own money, if;
November SO 1903. _, 74/1p/ a..1Ia Ar vI 0I\a Z Ulla 1 writ Jacksonville. : '
2Sp 121O.! Ar ."""."111. L" Nap the Metropolis +.1'\
( >Seattle; Spokane, 'VTashl:;'f 'rtlandr IIOp 120. f'f Ilia-'Ar Ar W..hlnlrO Baltimore J.Lrf,, t Ala 46a460 2 Up III. Ar Chicago. LY 7 00p. In operation. Complete House Bills Furnished. o(0 for particulars. 1'w

Tickets sale 4 O6.> \ 11 22p Ar t'hllWelphfa I "It.'ia IltSs/ 7lOa: A r 8' Lo Ub B o.5 p Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kinds.
4\; 'Ore.' on
etc055.10.j ,
71115 1itpAr> New York LvSSSn S26a 1180. Ar =J..ul..111. L. 8005 I
ally': .'' September.;22, ,to"!and'IncludingKoT30 '' 71/11. Ar Cincinnati Lv 111pa I QRIOEZZI3:: : :FILL: : Ph: o P'rLY.
.f" 1601V \ U L" <
; t'
Mobiley Lv 12p
,111' Ar
.Atlanta: ; o.., '..nd return (10.85 ao- a Zit Ar hew Orlea'i Ly. II'JO. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. '.
--- .
.. .
s u hera' Fair/ Tick- -- '--- '
jA: Jr-ests on sale October; 13 and 22 only, 'ifll Leave Port Tampa Sunday., Thnrsdara UJU., 11 IS : ThE: METROPOLIS %
'> cad limit October 28 1903.. ., Arrive Key Westjueave Mondays. Fridays s no p m .
"1' The Lookout -Mountaln Route the ,Arrive Havana Key West Mondays, Fridays ,7 sop p m m .. CARTER (Ry5SEHL> ,, ))
'.only road having/ morning and 'night Leav.Havanna Batordaya, 6 00 a m.
,.Ba'nrdays, 12: 00 noon PUBLISHING'Co !
to .St. Louis ''ClnblnoaU! ,and Arrive Key West < Tuesdays 8at.iMa! a, s w> P ui .
Valdosta Macon At veporsTimpadbunts ., p m' l.l.ACK50NVJLt TL.A y
t. yla ; ;, 'A ,.., 18,80 p in ,.

Ik,1tains! Chattanooga, .Na.hvllle._ Local a, 'I' .'"uunvAlCBBHVlCB.CotMl .' Mothers. ',t
car and coach to' Macon dal 'J'raIDtlI2.ael B5 v ''
ears' Pullmab sleepers-between New York, JaokIOD1'tI1. Who would
and Port children In
lman Buffet sleeping. I dl.fnlr oarservfathrough between Savannah and Jersey Tamepif.
.ro\JnJl\ Cltl, day eoache. '
.aYUle cod between """k. j.
: Washington Pullman Sleeper traJ" 7' and as bal1ll'8 Rood health\ should watch for the areb.ymptoms
Jaokanvtl/e aad' New
l Pullman York .a4I""kaobrll1.
BL' Lpglsand; ; anChicago wfthealohange. 4.
( MaA. lea lTEETI1ING. .ot.wOl'ma., and.remove them "
Puut6ordtoSort X*.,.. .nd lntcmdfate'ianding.ddi POWDERS .
.' ,reservations sold to Cincinnati. oopt.Sunday'T W..t.and 7. m.Havana. NCDmlar steamer lean leave I.n fort S a. a..arriving Punta. Gorda 41'. la, . )rex 0-. Oto.I.ra.I"...._Dtarrtt.... wa.wt..ct...... . with White's Crean}Vermifuge.,, It Is' fy
and ..
rnd Chicago Forase.ervalions, Tampa Snndati Taltldar': and_ Tbn" .,. ...".d... AI" Dy.tlay. It......._. w IThanN "Chi .... ., the
Through PoUman sleepers. betty ea Pun ramps and New. York ria. cIC.k AUaatio oour Linne T'IIKTHINQ .1M'w.. .,sires.table .... CIt,... .IId MAKU ohlldrens' best tonic' It gets difes: 'n: !/
address u" southern _.,. > IEA.Y. c.'e "ev.tI __
full Information! ,, a. aad a. CeN. ftlva and Ttwa.f4.. 11 :
RAFTTEBY DIsV., Pass Agt, For fall ooroplete-aad t reliableInformatton regardtng rates. p -,1-,0&. eall'oa. aad. qw....MWew...... .. TaTMyp/A: Ceaau ..d .... .M t arww./ .... Lion at work sothittheir food, does
J JH' : , 'lh. .> Uoe,ticket. agents Of, 2'. U..,WHITE IT...J.CKAIG Division. General Pu..r Anat, T.mpa"1'1a' ., ,Clout. -'.. O.R.. ..-. 0.. 4.Tth'MO.ETT.", Chl ... 0.aad slat_.sews.. ".'Jt......; a.Nta Nt B:::. ..... M .them good;; and the y grow up healthy. / : .'

plfytjr, BQt.iJaok.onyUl4: .M.JU..JIiiHtf.vSffSJ&S*- 1PDlolngto ...i'c.. : : '. : '.' : ... =- .::..... _and-! itrQax.4ZSaa. .u.drusta., ..... -,.,,,,,,J;..,
-Wr .
'2'c' ? --, . ." f' r .;' '.', , : , 'i' ; : "'Jf.'f./ '
-1.. f--- :. ; :
.F ''''''
arv.v. ss '1U. __ .... ._. .,>w' ', ,..,.&iJ.t.,1.., ;.:...; ..'OT I '
/ '''''' .,
:\"''''' 11'lIf.tIi"; : : ."



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs