Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 23, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00095
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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O.wola.\mm 0asotto... Valley. I.U"'W"-.ata.II'lieC 1gf1.f. .'. Ooorola t.orwtld.t.d elarat No..rb, ar treas.fe,.'.,a.:!.t. .9 0. 11 03. i KlsHlmttiee.. City' Fla., October ,23 19O3. I Vol.-: VI. No.

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1 W, C. T,, U. KOTES.' while Marshaf. Plnkoson: 'was away, a' '
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.L- 4 lets period of almost one month. Crime I is n'nr"ntmm"'n1"t"'nlmn1' ' 1.mm t
This week: we Jrtve'ouan open '

DON.'JFAILI'! [ter from(a .former citizen of Klsslm last peace*dissapearinir.In some of tbeilome.,,then than I. 'when more I' CITY BAKERY'

; mee as to the advantageofthesa1oonsIn the salloon was the.saddle. O school ,
a business ,way to a place. "
has several pupil whn wert sent here
j Next week: we will, try to tell you -...loon.. .Sev E Has Just Received a Fine Use
because there no
, !something of what the saloons have eral tamales 'have are 'moved' Iq .to get == ..of Fresb, Cakes and, CrackerS: .
done for O oeola. county during lie "
educational advantage/ E ,
To see our N.e\v Line: of Fur-, county life PRESS RKPOBTKR., .
Oakl1 for
Live Hurrah
Hurrah for : =S
Chocolate Largest
Stock Snow Flakes
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nature; Jrockery( and House-- BARTOW, FLA., Oct. 19, 1903.-Mr..1 Gainesville. Hurrah for all the town E .' Tart- ., Alice sanwe

J. ,.Kbstmmee, Fla:-I wa Arcadia, Brrtow, Lakeland 'Jaipe E Ice Cream .C' AND Y Uneda B'sk'ts .
,FJ1J DisnJlgs. Chlpley; and all outer, towns which\be Wafers -- F" .
glad to\hear that the good people' Elite. Soda _
closing of salloons have killed., == 6 6'cTJc.Teas i'fowu-Fresh..
Klislmmee and Oooeola had awakened: ., Crackers,=
to a sense of duty and are making an Adam Dickey! of Tampa, was found g- Victoria Lunch .
Two CARLOADS Just Arrived. effort to drive the accursed liquor dead In that city.Thursday under circumstances C= Wafers, . .Crackers.) .5.

traffic from their border.. and .after his that'Ie-.d'. to the conclusionthat E Chocolate
all over and the victory won (for he took big own life. The body E' Cream, Fresh Bread, Cakes GingerCrackers,

Cml] rs-, you must'RO.In to win) you will won ins found In'a vacant lot and beside === VanillaS FruitsNut i fJ
Bureaus der why, 'you hare'walted sp long For it'were three bottles. One of these con =: Wafers, nndPiesEverypayi .',Etcis : .=
I cannot see .how a people of so higha 'tamed laudanum and .had not been i

IlatracksiIlockcrs: moral tone and culture' as Osoeola opened Another had been empltod of = .A-srezxt fox Steam ,Xjaxua. ry \ ,
possesses can see any* good In the a quanity of laudanum while another

Iron Beds, open sale either from a moral or bus had been empltod; of eboroform. In immmmmiauuiuutuauummmmmmmuuumurJState 1 l l .

Book Cases, loess! point of view, But 'some will addition to the bottles a sponge, which:
say "It brtn 'buIiDea. to our town*," had been soaked: in chloroform, was .
Loungesl .n r'r
and this on the face of It seems plau found near Dickey's side. To all J"

,.Kitchen, 'Safes, Bible enough but. to one that. has bad. appearances it; seemed that. the 'man r .,),
Sideboards a business experience In both wet. and had first taken' the laudnum,. after R
dry'towns know bow'slim t.hilexou18I 1.I 1. which ho saturatedthe ;;sponge, with

'.gases had the 'privilege to begin the chlorofprm.which he''inhaled-in order

study of this'q ue.tiOn from'a business. hat be might pass away' /without ;
And( in, fact point of View a few year ago while agony'while under its influence How- Bank Kissimmee I

living In a sliUr town South ot''Bar ever, there was' on the dead mans head ,. _ A. _
a suspicious gash, which n>* bane
tow. Then the l great or)-wa.,'the, saloon resulted In his death.:--- -" ,..........-_ Th ,
B CflJDPLEIE LIE will bring trade to bur: town. .
4 I But the business men of that town and :Mr.O.' B..Howse returned from bis Offers to 'Customers' Every Facility I
county learned pitra P trip,down on the range last Wednesday '
soon thatjhe ( )
trade went to the saloon and a'lot of and left for his home, In Ocala ,Consistent" with.Sound Management.. ''I''

; DON'T' YOU NEED A NEW ,STOVE, ? bad accounts 111'811on,' their books, and today.- '" '* P
afterwards used their 'Personal to. All Business 1ntrneted Us. |
they have ever' "It Uoes Right to the bpot" Attention. ;ta- ,
I -I influence and money to keep it dry, .... , '!::;'V -- .1. .
Come and see And in my own personal experience When pain or Irritation exists on '" .J

(for I have done business ill both wet i any. part of the bodyan; application 01 N., B. CARSON." 'OAaHIn.. :Vf h.

the impravedj, and dry towns) I have learned! that I Ballard's Snow Liniment will give _.

r the open saloon not only does not help i prompt relief. "It! goes right to' the .. -'t...." ._ ..w. .. ., .
J Iron business but Is act.ua1Jy"a hindrance pot," said an old man who was ruby: 1\\ ;\ '

King, in doing a safe business. For the saloon bing it -in, to' 'cure his' rheumatism ... -. -
gets the money that should gO to CV K. Smith, 'Prbpr. Smith House, ',.!""4'

new paternr; or a the merchant. t.o'teed and clothe the Tenaha.'i, Texas, .writes: "! tave'UBB< ..I'l' I'M+till H'l"l: +_ ;*.l .'*Tii;.''i It >**+.f.**. *+****+..>< : ',
wife and children of the'' saloonkeep Ballard'sSnow Liniment la.'my family

handsome. ,Steel er's patrons.. No, give me a dry townto tor several years,, and have found ito TlI Jl + -

:' Range. do business every time. be a fine remedy, for all aches ,and rKisstitimee''Ic '

Klssimmee' was my home a.number pains, and I recommend it for pains In i ; .' Company: ; ; ..
i of ;years and I remember the many; the throa." and ,i chest,f CSoCOo and. ;

Our Crocker Glassware,. Lamps,. pleasant.days I have spent there and $1.00 at all druggists. Is Now Business "
Ready .for :
i Rugs Mattings and Window Shades the many; warm friends there' I- atm 'The 1'from the 'New ..Yorl . .. ; f.
feel a great interest\ in her welfare and Tribune may aid Florida's health BETAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING, :THE PEbaX11 ,:

: are BEAUTIES.. hope that none will be influenced to officer in his efforts at exterminating pie o'f Kissimmee and contiguous territory that we are Govt'tnanufitcturing ''
vote the wet ticket from the film:'
very
When '. "it business mosquitoes:."It .Is not-known Just b w10n8' a superior'quality of Ice and,solicit their patronag*'
ins'pecting. sy excuse .that helps
; mosquitoes can live, but' their for the At '
same. a large expense ,we have equipped .our plantwith /; '
and that will roll
gloriousvictory
;you up a average lifeIs, 'much. longer, than: iordinarily the best that could 'and' ."
HARDWARE our Furniture: for'c1"od and the right on .the machinery money ; buy area',highly,;
Lath of November.. supposed. "Thousands of pleased with the results of the trial that has been given it this+ ,
le.pectfully,
ask' tq see the newt CHAS. E.' EARNEST; JR., them 'live throuR'h.' inter, hibernating week] We are profoundly grateful for the encouragement, set far
or'asleep in dark places in barn given uf and shall endeavor to merit a continuance of your flood.
i, tRYtmsc Automatic > Drop- {.The: following: I. a letter from. Rev. or house cellars.. In sparsely settled will and patronage by straight dealing down weight and flret-waaf

1 W. J. "Carpenterpublished; In theO..ln'enllJe localities where they cannot find such goods Tickets on sale after to-morrowand. .our prfoe wart! \ .b* .

o Alnrn ropHead'S'ewing."Ma r Star, after.his recentvisit' places for shelter, they live through satisfactory.' ',.Free'delvery by our own wagon or -that;.of,Mr J. .
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somethingnew to- Live, Oak.) . ? the winter in'hollow' .trees, and' even- M. Gardner who will, handle our,.product;.. ,,: it'
bDZI sw'I ; Life Oak: ,. \the divest town to. be trough the temperature may fall far Very respectfully. . ,

and convenient -;' dead 1 ever, saw, ,I spent two* days below freezing, they'are nod killed bu P. W* ,.SUMMRiINt
there! last. week: and made 'pome Investigations on the approach of w..rm'weather" beociine PHONE 101 ,' .M.nq
and of Interest. ,Of 'again." If" # 1!:
/.r at about course, it active -r ,- . . it S.
I 'Ti 91 is dead for there ire no barroo l. I 11 W .M_ .*M I I<.HII. | |, .11 Mltti.
Save
Two From Death.,
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half the price ofpeddler's But my, the business thrift and enterprise !
S will astonish you. Improvements "Our little daughter-had aa. almost '
;: v ,goods. are almost everywhere., Big mills fatal attack of whooping cough, and LJ- -_ _
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make It, ;you say?. Yes, but' these broncitis"writes Mrs.: W.; K. Havl- :
" : : mills CVme after the barrooms' left: land, of Armonk, N';Y:,' "but, when %

4 ARE YOU. COING TO'BUILD A HOUSE? Possibly: one was Iherd before, operating all other remedies failedwe saved her '

on a"'small scale; but,'now""thebusiness with: Dri.;> King's New Discovery,*,' Our CHANGE l fBUs E SNEW'IFiM.. > '

r done there simply Immense niece,,,who bad Consumption In. advanced ,
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Tf so, get our' prices onSash, Doors People are contented,,and'happy Women 'state; also used this Wonder.

Nails and' Paint. A Carload can walk: the streets at .night' or ul medicine;. and t.d..).'.he 'Is' per:. 'GRAVES': & GRAVES' ;
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: Justin. on* Saturday without ,the' fear ,and featly: well.". Desperate throat and .
l danger that..was when" the barrooms lung diseases'yelld to Dr.King'e, Discovery .... BUOO S.OR.'TO .G' t

were there. prominent banker 'told as to'other medicine! on Dearth. THE. W. ,B.. M/VKINSON',CO.
rd' Q) Q) me the people had 'more money, 'and Infallible for Coughs and Colds., Mo it
:;j .c there and 1.00 bottles guaranteed by
also for
$ was more money investment 1
o i-4 1'--4'' oto 0 than under saloon' domination; Osoeola Pbaarmaoy Trial bottle free. .'kfinsHaviugoWCar purchased the Hardware. business of thv'W::'. B.'Mai- r
. _. Q) 'rd . -=- -t k9 nthrsTnethod:
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rcj .r-4 -- t.fYe''Ui'l naiohit Is a ntJ8-reU: W; X'schooneTrilne has been established ojT Informing the public of that!;
and.like ours l seems to have little. to I between Palatka. and Baltimore; fact and of soliciting the same llberal'patronaae that has been'given '.
31 g our predecessor. Our motto will be a full and complete: ; ,
.r-4. CQQ do.The people of Live Oak do not go An:Alacb a' county.former 'is' 'experimenting : line of goods offered at live and let live price( Our stock will YT

' rn .,.... ,-I (:;> about talking against( their city, I with raising strawberries. embrace Hardware,. Builder's) Supplies-Sash, Doors Binds,' Yi
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rn. 1'--4' under.canVas. Paints Oils. Putty, OlassrOuns. Ammunition Sportins : "
rd have beard of: tome things: said by Goods r
Q) Q.r-f of all kinds;to which we wilt add Furniture !''
and House Ff
r-f. Gainesville people men who get their I' .burl'l.anothertowD where truck Fumith '
o d have for bad ',Ings within the next month .We will be ''pleased to have"' : .' '
lying out. of Oalnestllle Mayo, growers .;years a successful youe: s' '
:::9 .cj.--. '.. n8 ' trade and Iwfll endeavor to merit if '
-W d. ...... a'i Lake City and Fernand.Ina; that relectedjipon union: _i' 'by .fair deaUnacourteous' ;'' 7'treatmentand
reasonable ." -
d r-Ct. / our'city. It the facts had Two carloads from Man- prices : ";
of lemons _- -- -'' _.. 't
rn .,.., b.O been told It.would have been different. flee county,recently sold In. Buffalo. i -rrJie .i. i t :
t i have,Interviewed a maj rlt..t.of our at.$3.50 to S4.00 per box >: : ''''MAKINSON ILD.lNG. i '
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business men' aod'Iobey tell me that :
See In ( their pu.me.. U'better. than!''.,li.t.fear Four children were recently born' to

,. ., Out New Store, at the same time. There has not beena a:colored woman ..at.. .StarkeThey:'; "
' murder in Alachua county-since she lived but a short time;:' J, '
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;or went dry and 1 do not remember' 'a .
.1 That Fine,'polished period 01 four months before in which Lee county will continue to be wet,, ,
? some one was not killed. Judge( Wall having decided that the >OOOOOOOOOOOOi
of FHrni-
Oak Suit Acting Marshal Cromwell, a most recent election was Illegal.A. ." i "
.: tire, Worth' $60.00 efficient officer--did not make anarrsetDo ';l .
E: which will K.Taylor. formerly a cartoonist NEtRKET: :
we :the Jacksonville Metrppollsj-ls;
Yon Want To Y.wr.l .It II on .
start an. afternoon dally In Jackson: '-'
r r GIVE,n AWAY_. Feel l cold: shiverlngs aching In*. the ville., ,. \ ;c ;BASS''OLD' STAND
bones, lack: of.energy, hea.dache..apd "
'- of'Januarynext. depression?: These 'symptomsmay The railroad- Commissioners i .have v '. ,'. rr
oti first ; : great
&; a: reduction In freight l'atoe'.oD phosphate d. 'REAVES: ; PROP 1
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Every BOcts be followed by violent'headache, .. ".'" J. <1
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itgb fever, .'extreme, nervousness, a to pent'per.. mile.,
you spend or pay on condition known as malaria.. .lJerbl i ; ', .
The Florida' tourist hotels are anticipating :
:::.. .your account gives, cures it.- Take If- before the disease and will
j busy
,a
r chance. gets. a fair hold, though it will work a season open Handles nothing but the" best cholcee"r(
you a ; "
Polncl-
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earlier than usual. The .Royal Y"
cure in any gtage.J. A; Hopkins, and Mutton-that the' market affords. Orders'' solicited
Manchester Kan.,. writes: ."L nav. ana will open De 17.: and promptly attended to Free . .
used 10ur.llre.t medicine,Herblne, for . <: delivery in:'town t;
: I Last week a Pablo Beach man found .
:J several years. There Is nothing better .
Li .. W. WATSON, for malaria;chills and' fever,', headache ,a piece. 'of' ambergris. 'on the' beach, J I _r J

.. biliousnessand ''fora bloods which wel&hecJ:200: pounds and worth +
,'.. .. -.- ", ,' l TERMSt CASH., ; '
; purifying tonlci,there U nothing, as.BOo'atal several thousand dollars/- Ph ONE. . fn. ,J'l .
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'-Clue. teasing, eve* those whom she :

l-\ IIMTHROPsiDEF I\\.>.(,.. loved and she could not refrain from jOHN L. BEAMAN:

tormenting this, man ,
: t fte'dipnerrlt) Ilowfslow And aoft} I . ,,
her voice ;was, and whit a charmW

ii porker cache: between tie level) blaci + :

T. eyebrows!CH"Vhy i; < after dinner let id* Adding flneipulphijr to.the dissolved tivery' Salo Food

t '' ', NOSJcl; see-I am almost afraid that I havean material,then beating, preferably with

n.. engagement 'Ir. .Leland; bu *-]1 pressure, 1 I. found-'by Isldor Kltsee to w ,

t tf.. \rf JEAN KATE LUDLUM will see and-let. you know._ more than double, ,the resistance of cellulose

I ,, .,. _. .., 1COrntnew! .I! EOas: rSo'!.**''''ROiii' ,.\.I.! ... .. '. '" lie was, manlike, too blind to know, as an Insulator for electric wires. Stable.Jw
bin" in .
that her acceptance of
'U' ttalsj.was: Flexibility variewith the' percentageof Stable.It
CHAPTER "II. .felloWR.TTsatd
DllNngbam be <
all
nnGregory
vitation. lie was too angry to ask.- sulphur, and resistance. to acids and .
'bI>wgiIiidehroa.i Benaouhurst walked up to tho "You are alwayt: unkInd to-m r;.b* moisture Is Increased. .. It
hotel plaxta. "He meant no harm. If wrathfullx. .
"Any news, Leland protested, -
t -jaregor y.enlouburs iran| l>lhl r frlen'Harry < pila, Graham 1 Ie the man ;you ,, ay, 1 itisn't "Th_ why don't] you leave m* Tbe magnetic pole in Korthwcnlem Finest Turnouts in Town.
probable tbat this ,Is true
. DlUlngBanj report alone demanded )111111 Catberwood. America Is supposed to have shifted
1 were.icwtJnff<< ono
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''jut the Zlngara's passeuKers, a, tall, jUtbugh the flnnnclal.) worldIs shaky: swiftly; her voice struck with a sharp. considerably! since its discoveryby;
hair-hatred young irianwtha! ,"delighttTully just at present.. Ills wile Is a remark. nessborn of contrite tears Rosa lu 1831' Taking with"him seven

o good-humored face .who ably'bandtfome WomnpP! And a rtfxtle of skins, the flash ol companions .in a small schooner, '
shaking hands, wltb was.r enthuslastically >Iljlnguam But; I :'caunot: help thinking, ;"' said a buff-and-blue.ffown, the click of light Amundsen .the ; Norwegian explorer. 'Acnt lor Standard on 1 COillD'any.
Benconhuret uneasily, "that Graham
; ) ,, protesting- pleasure"""at boot heels upon tbe ,stairs, ,* and Lane expects: to make ' done when he
# feeing him cafe returned. from 'hi. did looUrelty.VeU up : Lelaud comprehended that hejandMiss present IIlto.of this pole' from 1893 to .
o-nlgut. I afraid
believe
ame jut am to
t< tamping excursion! \ Catliei-wood. had'oucp moteqUAr.reled. 1803. '
either way. What it blow his *, .
Lane Leland his .' --
shook ehfug
.' bis bead failure'would bt. to his wife; but she ""'hnt Is a fellow to do?" he'bemanded"of .M. R; Blondlot announces the discovery .
Bin* shoulders, and laughed < KISSIMMEERIVER
hal a i fortune lii her own right. Gri .
which he
"There's'never himself, with -Ri-eat fierceness of a new kind -of light, ,
any new at this sea bam would tever: low that for her. ...
.400." be lightly an be followed slowly .up tb' found present after filtering the rays _
said : "EverytWng'ibad
; Undoubtedly that is solid and could stairs to his room. "She puts one from -a focus tube through aluminum
-In the city-crowded out to '
; carry them over even deeper slough always at dlsadvantsgc.' It enedoesn't or black The new .were
a paper rays
'' 1 ROUTE.STEAMER :
., breathe.lon know. Dueced nnple.au'ant :
than could comq'to him with the
worst
.treeLI want to marry me1, let IteraaJ' found to be polar-liable. On passing
on the wjbnt down to get of failures." I .
go-when! I ask her. I haven't' them through plate of-mica double
a whiff of business and found It asleep. .. :
I 1 Considerably .cheered, by this con asked her yetr"! .* refraction occurred and both refraction STEAMER' ROSEADA.
Suffocated! Money too heavy to lift LILLIE
: elusion the.two out the
passed
upon He continued' exceedingly wrathful and reflection were observed. The
r"> even for the having jBy j- .the ocean side of' the plazen.Just ) Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr.
waY'j during his toilet; and 'went down to radiations being entirely; different from leaves
+ though: be punned suddenly then pretty Miss_Bess! ,Catbcr- dinner fully determined ttf have no Itoutgen rays Professor Blondlot attributes Regular weekly trips to Baaslnger and return. Roseada Klsslnv

mysterious face. "mere is. news, wood was querying as sue (leaned bee more to do with such .a_vlcked coquette them to a neW kind of light. mee' Tuesday morning, and arrives Klsslmmee Friday evening | .

Gregory though I'll.not vouch for the aide one of the post of the pier her but to fall In love directly. with lIe also obtained .the gays' from an Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechoboe and Fort Myers on1: th.. LlII....
t truth. A bad piece of news, too. If: black' Rates reasonable. I
eye wicked with the merry Anita Grant-! Auer lamp.' C Comfortable accommodation for- pas engers. _
vt It".. true." I'mjInclined J ;'to, doubt It, heart',beneath: The tables. were a* lively as usual The most picturesque; Waterway. In Florida 'w' ,,

o though because common sense "You look so wrathful. Mr. Iceland. with bright eyes and wit and laughter, Dr. A. Fanonl published an account: For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to -

c .. prompt me to 'doubt Nevertheless What was the'matter in the city that mingled with the clatter of dishes and In the Post-Graduate of some interest CLAY JOHNSON. SR.; Proprietor

I heardhe spoke- a'cautious tone you came out with such affair?" the distant thunder of the surf across ing experiments to test the value of .On.board "Llllle." 'Kissimmee. FIa, ,

-1 heard In Wall street to-day thathere's Sno walt one of the sailingpartyand the sand-bills. For who among them formalin Injections ,in cases of blood
a big failure on the carpeL was tarrying to watch the sunset '
!
could believe tbat brilliant Alecla Graham poisoning. Ills conclusions are that
,. .o>The last"., ,one. ..L-" too.." that ,/you, would effect upon the water and: tho flashIng and her handsome husband liveliest formalin is of po value In' these cases,

gheas'' out of the lI bt.-houoe lamps ere of them all; hid a wolf under their but on the other hand distinctly dan MAIN -DOCTOK
; a *' 'Wboser'nne'Leland she went In to dress for dinner. Pretty cloak of pride and would vanish out gerous. He found'that a salt solution EVER HIS OWN t

shrugged his boulders' : Mis Catherwood.wa, 'Inclined to be ol that gay world as a star: that falls at a: strength of O.Q per cent., gave better By J Hamilton 7yeriV\. 15. .

again and;.raised yes.yebrcfva late and never IP a hurry; but what with a flash of light Into darkness and result than formalin In any dilution -
('::1 hope 'It Isn't true,". be said gravely -' could one urge against this element' of Oblivion. For not one of them saw the -He reports four cases of blood A 600-page Illustrated. Book .containing .al."bl. Information pel'-

i "I don't believe it la- r simply character when she declared that life' anxiety under light laughter. The poisoning treated _by Dr. Park with talaing to diseases of the human system, showing how to treat and

1I ,won't believe it until it 1'proved be- was altogether too abort, anyway, cry of the ocean should be drown rhi formalin injections, all of whom died .u* with simplest of medicines.' The book eont las analysis of }

ti 'yond doubt-'but | heard.that Graham. !* "And you are so cool and charmIng gayety:;-tbtr beatof happy hearts In from five days to three week. ooorUblp and marriage; rearing and management of children besides
gone under." .valuable'prescriptions, recipes, etc., with fall complement
>t that I am already rested, said should defy the beat of breakers! .
"Impossible!!' Bebsonburst facts in materia medic that should know.
Gregory Leland' smiling. Moonlight was over the world; the W. E. Wilson of D'aramara, taking everyone '
fell back a pace or )wOe pushing his She was such a charming woman, stars were steadfast; the sea a lake of the observation tbat one grain of w This most indiipensabU adjunct to every well-ragulat.d household will be. '
from hiss f SceHjlank with ; Bailed postpaid to any address, on receipt of prioe SIXTY CENTO.
rap up amaze and so pretty In her dainty buff-and- molten silver breaking to glistening dlum 'cab supply 100 calorlesjxr hour

I meaL "Somebody lied to'you Leland. blue boating dress, with the blue anchor fragments along the sands. Time baa computed tbe proportion of radium Aadrees, .

+ g Graham'onnd a* a brick J no flaw upon her breast and her tiptUtfd enough to be terrified when the storm In tbe sun which would be required! to ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE 1SWTD5T IW

la that firm! At tbe,.bad., you know-* cap atop 'of the curly black hair should break! account for its output of energy. Lan- T.Q4I

"worth million m.'," .** diamonds her yellow ties with their blue ribbons "'Ye will, bear our sorrows, Harold. gley; calculated thai the sun U producing -

r( alone. are worth a fortuno., one white'band tWlrUn,the buff Alecla said slowly and bravely, as she energy at the rate of 828,000,000 -- -

t t '.Well; ," again Lane Leland Jltted'bill parasol with ItlllP'eat blue bow of ribbon - sat In a low chair by the open win- calories: per square centimetre per hour, f

brows and shrugged* shoulders, round and round Just over t one dow of their room, some time later, and taking this figure it would requirebut .

?t ..-wltb a'gesture of one band, all though pot In the boards oi the pier. facing the ocean. "Because trouble 3.6 gram (about 64 grains) of ra

be'.would set aside any responsibility' "Ou, dear! Always; pretty words! has come to us. Is no reason why we dium. per.cubic metre ((30.37 Inches) of Florida East Coast RyeLOCAL

In the, matter: "I can't Bay Benson.d Why don't ;you say; right out you areas should lay It upon.other.. Besides: ." the sun' volume to account for the entire .
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hurst; It", .. only a rumor but I mad a* mad can. be. Mr. Lellnd'I'll : she turned for a moment from the exquisite energy given out by tbe latter. __ .1 I

1: tell yon, it gave me the shakes. If let you." world without to smile upon Mr. Wilson suggests that possibly at TIMECARD: No. 48. In Effect April II 903. c

neb a house as that goes under who He laughed taking the restless parasol her husband leaning back In his chair the enormous solar temperature radium ,

:Will be safe I. for one am utterly from her hand as tenderly Mthough. with his hands clasped behind his head may be capable of even more energetic SOUTHBOUND-HAD POWN. NOaTMBOUNO-IEAD UP.

i; t unsbl* to Mr&my) Jiving, and I'd.fight .'I.were worth its weight In and his. eyes seeing nothing before ictlon, and if so tbe 3.0 grams per curve N.'OI N1't Na1. ....11 t. -
; 'tooth and nail for what I possess. No gold. lie wai In love with wicked him-"beside. It helps one wonderfully metre might be reduced. to a still ..mllll.r D.IIr. Dallj. STATIONS I I. '. Dally.

poverty; for .me, thank 70UI.! lUke little Bess Catherwood as that young to laugh when things go contrary. I amount .

.rfi the good things.oMife' In full morocco, lady knew quite' well. She used Ibis feel a great deal stronger for tomorrow a .Ma tT...........,...JaekaonYllla.. ..............Ar T !/. ,
'. roaltlm !. .4.KI".a. .*. .................1Io1..IIIn.III..1.. T OTa ,
gold edges{ -- knowledge ito his dire disadvantage' aft.r the music and happiness of S I ft 1C... ....... .........." ........"..-=........... ...r. ...00. I riP 4
asr 1' Gregory Bensonhurst scarcely too very.often, down stairs There Is a tendency on tbe part I 11 lea...........,,.... ..11.. 'n--e-. t uit
-'I One is ashamed be many advertisers, says; the Grand 11 ... .... .. .. .. ...Id_... ...... ..... ... ... ....555. 1 : a
heeded him; he stood as though rooted "Because, he made reply: am nut gloomy you know, when every one undue attention ; Ill '1i1 ....... ...:..PaUlk. ,... ....... ..1.T: it. Till iii f
V 'V to the spot his eyes upon him lit madanylonger.. I am bappj. Mlrs else Is bright and so one has to polish Fork Herald to pay I-F. 111| >.iA.................... p.latlll..1. ... r !..!!.! g .a
dazed the Catherwood. to the position of their announcementsIn r TW| .A_. -. .. .
surprise unable to speak one's face and ... as w..t..1. ..D- I IjK
voice and
< 'consequences "Well manner until the papers They; ask that theIr : ........ .1I.L ..............."."W.t..A.. "i"50a'II) ..ICM a
of .hp him'
such failure eyed critically :
a flashing not
the shine la sort of rubbed In, you see!" advertisements be placed at the top :1;: -11Y lIP L..H*.aa.... ....... .... .....laMP to t..
% electric lines through' hi. mind. Gra- lunching from his eloquent eyes' "!1 Her husband made no reply. She < II f I 11 ......... ..........BniinallB....... .............. 4 oea I' ET DIKFFE i
a of column next to pure reading matter .., ..... .. .............
bam the proud,aristocratic, luxuriously believe ;you do look better-natured. pccted: nODl', and turned r i I! pP. .Dupon'p '"
again to that there shall be ho otlnr ads on the L .. ... ........... Orm..nd..w.. Ilia ;<
S !generous man-hi-friend-gone'down Mr. Leland. You ,came out with Mr. the window and the shimmering silver : t < tip.. ...... Darlona ...................its p C
_ In a crash Graham the head of one Graham 'dld 't .you? What a handsome page,_tbat, they shall be surrounded F OIP P ............o..PerOrange.................... IO/a p a1Me1 .
sea, the .round moon riding royally by reading< matter, and make. a lot of is n ...................N.w SOITI.............;.......e M a r rr 0 4,
of the wealthiest firms In the city; ,with man he U!: I don't wonder" that In the -upper ocean;. only a soiltarysail Ie a million at the scratch of a pen..Gr hI. 'will" adores: him. And the love' 'In the far distance struck other provisions, with which all advertising V 4pi I i /.p: TltU.., I. .................... 14 alit :: ,, 1
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men familiar. .r- .Ooooa. .. .... ... ..... *a
ham, the favorite In society at the lY. !lovely'tbings he lavishes on'ber- lato shadow a* It sailed away She are 0. I/p....:......,.......Eookl..i." ................._.. p = 1 "'"
Wall Street the dresses and diamonds-suchdressea'and clasped her Tbe advertising that depends for its IIcA: 111. .."...............Z.uO.li..t..o., .............. li./a p n .
-dub on -everywhere-- band around her knees, value Its ability .to obtrude' l.tsejf < .'" ..............o...tMalboarna.................... i Sos 4 |> t5t M r
$ v Graham. -could be reaUze tt"f"'t'fanedf f such- hate?' I don't see ber hair letdown about her shoulders, on 00. N lip ........ .................."." ,................... l'
He would believe It it why he didn't fall ID lore with me Instead and by; virtue of ij"position where 1* ill / p......... ..........IL-tm.-I....................... {1 1 l".tlll.
A not ; was some nodded sturdily. not wanted. Is not good 'advertising. R ais t p....."..............),pl..ce.................._ a It.I' II sit !
t' hoax of Leland'; Leland wa alwaysup Of Ale la Field I'd have been Still no reply. Still.she-expected =wE P ......................Tlbbala...................... 10 Ta .Q.
'" bis ao dreadfully glad to him=for i Any.men who Is In a legitimate business : a a ....................:..Ed.................. ..,. .... 10 Ma o.. '.
to some Joke. He shook bead Burry. none The-solitary sail down on the antis It it oughtto i. 40 a .".....o..adJena.a ...................... i"F 10 41 a .. _
r resolutely .and a'flash dawned 1n'.his his money." horizon bad turned and themoon coqductlng as p I MaMa I P ............/.........anuarl...................... I' 10 Ma ..
" a .Leland frowned. If be be conducted has something to say p .................. Hob*Sound. ......,........... 10 II* "O y '
J Lazy'eyes. were happy; light struck It Into gold Her eye; that tbe wantsto LM 4Sa P ...........,......w..IJ.pN.r..''''' ........... 1 .. .040... 1
Com now Leland" he said, rather as he bad just 'protested his looiii: were upon It., .to the public public 4 MaJet I' ..... ..........W.., Palm Beo7pton .. ..........,..... 53,4, Z. .':
belled know. If the public wants to l knowIt .. p......... ...........* .......... .. ........ ... .
f i sternly! turning away, "I'Il take a good It. He possessed considerableof "I .shall go with you to the city In the is told, there THI : .......... ...... pel..J'............. 1'.10. as" -'
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,deal from you but Iwill'not believe this :world' good things! ; but It the and story properly *laMa p.. .............. .Tl.l.ud.. ....._ ..... .... I (*af
r be morning If you will take me. need be'no fear that it will not be i ..... ............ Rallaariala.*.,.....:.... ....... j tta r
this. It 1 out of all probability. Graham would not possible for him to lavish ..
Harold" she .10. .. l iI:
said Tbe "i<
U a. 'sound a* he was last year "such dresses and such bats" was out of sight. presently Before her beyond sail read If published. .In any part of a good feea Ai.................. ..astl.Cn ty..t.v....... ..: Tits" ,. .1"

j IOU QOWJ' ''He could notfall.Why; upon- his wife when' be should marry. the low sand-bills was only that great Dew.paper.Tbue Is -tendency on the part of SOH1tDULES OF unAwcn LINES.DBAJfOH. yr'ANTOZD ''
Jie baa million of dollars,.:man'Every *. Harold Graham showered'upqi':
vast waste of silver with a path along
many advertisers to regard the puollcR ;
o.I a creditor woulQ be down upon him like Alecla.-" Tormenting Miss Catberwood It that looked fashioned for a heavenly be OBAWQll CITY BHANOH.TAT10III. j
a child to dosed advertising as a
.tigers if this It is not va.forever; declaring she would never
were true. eo, road. The moonlight was full I I 1
nauseous mess that must be crammed Mu I D.It bravtos._
w., t ; never-never marry .without unlimited In Dust I DII D.11 "
aw. .Ua4e4. you,Qllllnghani. her face. be
the I "There.need no ex down its (broat in and a 1
some way
I. ..... tn.irilla ....
'be "a* on* o\ jtbe-shrewdest-business 'wealth ; cus4 to these people. We have uv.I.I.t ....... . Arj \ p
fev few paragraphs "pure reading wat.ter" 1 n. >vs....... .. 7I p 10 tea V..M. SnTr.a..Ar { IS ':
..e bead oBThls shoulder. of any' man In "But 'suppose that you should hap friends here.". Business calling yo-' : which I to v. ........Oatawa.1 .,,.,,,,...Arl1Ar MaM p 11 II aII T. L>k*tit .n .Ar 1' 'p p ;
.. . '' as the sugar coating O..Sagrpd.::: IaiitordT.'LT'l ,, $ 1IDOIp I
t" t JhedtyP. peu..to'marry. a' man who lost his Is all.. a 1. la Aran. Cltr !
away .that} will ..,. ..
... we need to e* cover up the vile compound in the A-r. M a fan 11 MaA..Or.cI J..L. / /1
h Leland's eyes: Da.h -wrathfn 11 t\ money yery .cent-afterward. What- plain and I go with ;you from choice Interior of the pill.Advertising f
; "I doo't 'blame JrouVfoSr' taking 'tben.' Miss Catherwood1'J What I* it to them Together.we can should be so prepared N..r 5aad T t Dar 1 JCA.TTOBT BIIAirOS. FN.. IB Na.an.Only.to. ".. Itnu.
J S/he./ J.:puckered her brow and .air. cal : Ln I DatT' .
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'\! roughly, Beoa ahurllt. he ,'said.- up arrange one: action far better'than that people will want to read It, and It /
couldn't believe It first.,. but opened wide!' her eyes bewilderingly. MM* MaMa r.raakoaTlll .. . .. '
either At apart when we know the D T4Sa
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worst and should be grouped as all the other p t........ Jaoka nvllla .,.,,4r......,.. t 1110 p
'You'needn't t he screwed her pretty red mouth intoan ua IT a
f. come down on me'for 1CI begin the new life. You have P : I p '
so-many. contents of the paper,are grouped.It S { I tI j JI 08a .Pablo ae.ek.Lv ........ 'fI.IIW. I 1"
didn't originate the talk.. If It Is true emphatic protest. friends-" lip us: I' . 14 aMa L..A&I.nalo B.aal>.LT ........ TOO* 11 .. sip
we1 wm'knowItioon-enough;. Jflt 'Oh, but' be- wouldn't you know )Ir. Her husband Interrupted her now. its Is an consumption insult to the what public purport to presentfor to SI7 p I p ( 41....... ..MapIt" .. ......:L. .....;.. aa uses n.0 p /

", ian't-well." that suggestive lifting off ettndr 1I couldrI'dmake He took-down 'Tkaao Time Tablaa shw Mia Umra..wblah ''
his hands from trains maybe
behind ap.eud ta arrtra wd drpart
shoulders and him solemnly promise that he would his be a story or a scientific paragraph from ,be....,.a ....noa..but thalr arHTal or d.pnnun al aha Uma ....tedl. sottn.... .a4. 1 '
bin settlng-aslde move- head and leaned forward his elbows in aor 80M u.e o..m..J' hold ....H '
and which ends an Invitation to raapoaalUa lot say dalay or any.-.MCI......art.ln &b.": \' ,.
Becao.e"-Ihe words
not. uttered the
ient.ot the bands, a* be also turned his his 'ro.
knees, I
.. upon eye upon her buy lIome>bod, corn cure. "t ,
4 from them to the group of chatting with very pretty deliberation ,"it be face, as be 'answered slowly strikingone This is another case of the. I .

'ladle at the.end of the pier.. "all that should, I would bate.'him. Why of band lightly; with the other to pill. The presumption sugarcoated I III always KEY WEST AND HAVANA.I:::
w can say I* that. I hopo to the deuce course I'd hate him. I couldn't helpItah4 emphasize his words. She
turned her PENSULAR AND
( J thou'gh'the'eDormJtr against the contents. The two OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MUM.
Isn't added as
tru0. face.to his,
waiting classes of matter should be
I tC'PtCp! la Effect April IS ((90S.
Y of any other conclusion were beyond; her ,
"But whatenr'10U do Leland "Even yet you do not comprehend arate. If the reader wants to mix
S1 Behsonhurst laid his hand detainingry power of comprehension. "And in the this thing. .Alecla! You would soften SOUTH B UND. N3MTH '. ,
I upon his friend' arm, aa he was meantime, as, the sunset Is gone and the! blow for but Instead them -he can do so for himself but !......'l'lau......., ......... Iota lrvEsvensii.pt.BOUNO.... ..:........ 11 Mm\ ;;.
me. of "
It Is I must, iu-and dress for doing most people prefer them straight. L.i gar.W..i8un.,Thur.................\ Ibis. A.KyWMo..., )l'n:. .... I
passing ;htaa"wbateveryou; Qe; don't late go' 110. ;you make.It.Jnaaltely harder because Fourth Estate. w..t am.1 Tb..r."I' iv Key W".tTu.......:.:;:::::::::.: III". ""
tell this to'any one else.nntll'we know.: dinner I'll.. get not 'a 'morsel jf. I am. i, ,you force me to exiiUIn added l/oaJ7n..,..... ....'........'I fCoo. Ar MlamI''ue... ...... .... lip )4
.. too ..... .
S' 'Graham 'aud'hl. wife are here,"' you humiliation I have many friends Boys Bold In Slavery. >Foe otT ef Local TI... Card or othr Information dr.*. A .: .
ra know and It Would not be pleasant to Lane Leland'' .mlled, In IIplte. 'of' his yes-fo-day. To-morrow .tbcro is not Slavery; one of tbe peculiar Institution s4 any

arouse such a suspicion. '. anger.. He was always; ;either very one will help me. When the thing I III of the Flowery; Empire; but it
tf' l '-Lane"Leland'"IndigQant.face intern happy or Very miserable with -this known und that my liabilities far I* a different kind of slavery from that

rupted i whatever.., else BensonUurUmlgh girl. Ho loitered beside her a* they ex eed'roy power to meet thorn everyone watch formerly existed In this country.In { K

d4 \_hate. said In his zealous' doe walkedup the pier.,stl11 carrying the will clamor for his due. Not ont China every.member of t. family
fens*' 'of "hie"friend' Lane Lelaua's furled parasol with Us kuot of broad of
my creditor will allow me to compromise III I property; and may be sold voluntarily
.....hlnft17d! ere',not J; particularly! ribbon. They were the last'of': the or again
enter busloes's. r or seised for debt Contract are -.0.. .I .I .M.13 EeI.ea--'
4 good-na red'bow, a*.be lookedInto Idlers upon'thc pier, for wanted but should not. If they would! I could not held Sacred .anvSng the Chinese, and t

S- the opposite ttzy'eyes\ of brown." a 'few' mInute of the dIDDer.b'our. and endure to feel that what I should gain whatever is promised musts' be per .
';Whatever I may be>Bensdnlrurstbelaid / the light wa.;'fevllhlne In the tower would be e
( swallowed up ere it were formed., A father may sell bib son-
swiftly, withdrawing his arms out. to! ,. we.tward. and only the-: tenderness mine f could. not endure to meet and this in the despairing Celestial' We Do Job | t} Ty

ti. from under the detaining band :with of twilight touched the sand th-e.-..-. .mini..-- every ua-,-. -i Date every last resort 'It is being done now daily : : Printing ..

new hauteur "J am note fool! -I was. and sea and sky; beyond; that line of one of them; I hate myself more. When A the Province of Kwaug SI, where the
u born with ordinary- common sense, I*, sullen cloud The world oas all I "
HO over we will go away-and begin ; people are starving.The m .
w believe. 'It Graham ls never hurt peaceful[ how. could' -one's heart retain life In lt new city. I have decided : Chinaman sells a son In order "

t worse than( I hurt him h* will. live and tumult? ,. that California: is an open' field for'. to: save the life of'the boy and the rest : Of All K1IItIS.s

-4... pretty free from harm." "Atterdlnner, will ;you go with me one wild la ambltloui. Wo will 'I g() of the family.; If afterward the fath

"Don't be angry with: me.liane.'l; saidGregory to watcb'tbe moonrise upon the Muds, there.- "Tn new country; I will mak er'* circumstance Improve be can buy sL 'e

:a Bensonbnrst. quietly. "Iwould tils* Catberwood I.have" omeflilng' a new'unine.t Never here" the boy back again usually at some'advance.

; only fare' them' unpleasantness. -' bat I wish to tell you-"aomethlug 'that The slim fingers around ber knee If is not ''considered 'disgrace We Can .Please

? r: must cay: to-night"-said Lane, as tightened.their hold The red lips ful but rather an act of humanity: to L ; You : '

:JTVelUyou, need not bite my' bead crt they'-pa' lec" at the foot,ofthe :-stnir' pressed downone' upon another for anoment. buy children-:.in Chlna,"a* otherwise t

defending them; anyway. retorted case t .The'violet eye; dilated ere the parents, a* a last resort, must let '" .
Inland omewuat mollified. H...was A ,slightt, flush Was .upon his face.' her emotion ''wo : them Use '
\ conquered.. Then by the roadside.
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h. .to4gom-Da tared'to 1 lone remain an- 41** 'Catherwoodknew, fuite( 'well she said very softly and sweetly. her .... .. .. .... .... .....

rl 1 trI7 with any pne. "It'Isn't my way tot what It wa he would .ay..aud It I voice like music through ,the room a SatlaHM. .o

.r1UG'maekf9nto he Uoa.t'mD.11thl.t.1: would be A pleasan>!'.to1') for her to 'note or the ....'* deeper' undertone 'The. fellow'with more money' than 1, 1

-' """", J"klHL..s..f" ...........=-....._ war-che knew that too; but wicked touching It:' . brains is usually tffcQefled( that thing
;.:':::::::-.-,"Z11. ....ODe, et.Our ,,beat.Jaeartecl. Mis. -* Catherwood .couTd:not'lire with-.! -(1"OJii"ijlntlDa aP: .-..... .' 'T'Qo -'.arc.. .* they-are.-Philadelphia Reco '4. ---r '." 'T; '.('"'''>
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: WHAT( IS: :DEAtH: ?.' fluid I *,_put.heart.may_canttaua'ta: boat: -..,,.-, ,.. .. ..- ;..j -.. '. :r'TIECTR0Ci1EMICAL.: : "r-Sl ............. ", .- ,..
the-liver to-serw vetc.although:the' .5 "- +pM'I+ M.wnreelMi. ra'pMM. "':' ... '//1: J. -0- w
Individual I la "dead."' This mbdo .or I
viewing the question seems to be the T-q ;: :
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ANA only, philosophical one. For Just n. DISCOVERIES..jtOX. .

there is no possibility "of,QII.hruwit' a et Frt.- ".. rrttsstaskhe' _
moment at "which' In;development, the '
DOES IT OCCUR ? physlcocbemlcal epassover into ,uVSLATioM THAT MQUft: THAN

-- the "vItal" so hero, there 'Ii*. .110 O.... 'm _
bllltjf of snyl.ig-; when the "vital" force Ai.. Tti& "Y'f&'or
"THE RUPTURE OF THE iDJJSTi pass ow Into tho'puyKlcochorntcnl. All -, . u

we enn do III to set au arbitrary limit r4It5T MYTHICAL. W1ZAB.P'OT' OU'. ..

NET OF IITEHU, TO.EITER.lt' by way of definition, and nay that tlw'' 1 firs iin .< 't 1. '- '' "
.' "Individual" is "dead" when the bar- . UE croup of In4u.trl.I..earT > The experts who compose these expert. ,
REUTiO.it"- MEDICAL RECORD molly .of interaction In the ",.ItAI' ) j| )(.,tabllshments that Have mental 'companies are':'searching" foe ? 1
tripod" ceaIlC I-"Pu'bll, Opinion., O O grown up aronud Niagara definite results along lines already indicated
.\f K in the..puLle". years to by past successes. Starch,-toe
Herbert: Spencer.. It will be remem 110m. .w.paper l'ro: ..rb J. WOXT delve deeper Into .th* mysteries instance. receiving considerable 'at
bend, baa defined life a* a continued Strickland W. Gillian, of the Baltimore New York Clty.Coat.in throo-quar- full front But If simpler adjustment -- of electrochemistry, tension from the electrochemlsts,

Adjustment of Internal relation to *x. A.lIM'i'lcaDr-who' 1* the secretaryof t'. length make a notable feature of. la preferred the trimming outlining are rapidly transforming manylines; of It is believed'' that this will soon be
ternal relations, and it U doubtful the recently organised association styles and will be greatly.worn' the vest can' be'omitted and the business and trade manufacturing. The produced by ,some electric process..
whether any definition of.death would of Newspaper Verifiers and Humor !y young girl. This May Mantoti one belt passed under the entire fronts, giving supply of electric power hi Urge units Likewise .artificial 'rubber'"I.. a-j.adb-
be better than a rupture ofthat adjust ; ists. has dug up t /: pro.verbs b the effect shown In.the small cut has primarily been responsible for this stance that 1* attracting the ambitious.and .
Anent Ordinarily, of course, everyone from, out his twenty years' ,ex- The, neck is plashed'with:a big collar marvelous growth, but, purely experimental result already; obtained Justify 4N
think that he know when a man 1* perlence a* a bard working newspaperman and the sleeves. are in one. piece each companies are now carrying ori( 'I' the chemists in continuing their expert
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dead.. But wh looked at more closely -- : cut lu bell shape. exhaustive test and experiment to ments with this objection view. The
I ,the subject U not quite.,8O almple. The chap' who' tries hardest to wotk:. The quantity of material required for develop new1 Industries for ttnI benefit recent scare In prices of good rubber;.
For example, shall we say that a pa a'':newspaper for .peclal favor* I I. the the medium stse is three and th..... of mankind, and their' work is"receiving and the lessening supply of crude.rubber -
pent |a !'"dead" when respiration one who never spends a cent with,It quarter yards twenty-seven Inches critical attention. from all parts.of stimulate the workmen to greater
ceases? In the writer's experience and 1* riot even a subscriber., f -J wide, three and a quarter yards thirty-; the world. effort In the field of electrochemical ex.
woman suddenly became aacons: lou, 'That the who two 'Inches 'or' two :; ', '
;: one demands the highest wide yards forty; Industrial electrochemistry And electrometallurgy 4. _.. .
There
and ceased all' attempt (even the "excellence typography rubjeut four Inches wide, with six yards of lace have already accomplished .rV.many" other;lists_-or groups
slightest) at respiration. Under artlficlal matter and quantity of content, does; and four yard of Insertion to trim a* wonders in the field of manu of product of crest commercial value. .
? respiration. however tbe heartbeat the least to help the cause along 1 Illustrated. facture. Carborundum has become which tbe experimenters are trying
for:Ore hour, when the artificial .That the man who! kicks most about I -- staple product of the electric furnace hard to produce artificially by chemical

respiration was given up. The autopsy the Inaccuracy of newspapers in general JI eo..plate .... .ir Gont_m.:, displacing '.in many trades nearly all reactions with the high temperature,
bowed hemorrhage into the ventricles I le the one who docs least to assistIn For the modest sum of $103: says the other abrasive materials. In tbe past electric furnace and current Ammonia ' '
of the brain., Was, then the woman"Urine" -getting. the facts accurately when New York Evening Post one may be- 'year It ba become an important factor cyanides and slllrtdes are among
during the five hour of art- he has au opportunity to do so. come the owner of a complete co.tome' in the.teel trade, and some seventy- the most promising of these, although
Octal respiration, or was she "dead r' That the man who has It In for newspapers of leather, as carefully tailored as the five tons per month are demanded for not by any means the only ones. The
The question, while "it 'may bare In general has bad the bitter I F" most modish cloth gown, and so contrived - this Industry alone. More recently tungsten manufacture of artificial camphor. is
somewhat the aspect of a metaphysical truth told about him once by some If a* to be fairly light in weight 'and ferrotnngsten have been satis now assured, and calcium carbide.la

Juggle I* by no means. entirely of that unusually frank reporter, and ,,bra a. I and perfectly<< ventilated. Tbe leather factorily produced In the electric furnace now produced ,on an enormous scale..
nature. For on It might depend .the big sore spot. ;* 'II ... gown la designed for automoblllng. It and the uso of the. 'ln the steel One company convert. barium sulphate
question of survivorship; the question 'That the man who orlnfs. In the MUSIS' is made with a gored and fitted skirtand trade: for manufacturing self harden- ,Into other needed barium salts, Barfusn,

in law of "which died "''tat," Involvingan . longest obituary of the late deceasedwas , SKOLI8H. COAT.is .' -n" .etyllah Mlilrf- Wftfla. There la 1 Inor and blab-: speed tools n -.- -has-- _tincreased. n---__..,. : hydrate is now produced so successfully
entirely different inheritance of not a model husband always. made in tailor style and is .essentially much stitching on both skirt a'iI.-t: that'its price enables the different
property. Again shall the criterion be 'That the ,woman who declares It's smart ,A* shown the material and the latter Is finished with a high The manufacture of aluminium, cine trades to use it In many minor ways. t
tbe cessation of the action of the none of tbe public's. business and she 1* fuschla colored cheviot. stitched with collar and a cravat of the leather: The and manganese la the electric furnace Both the sugar and ,paint trade-two,
heart Brouardel cite a case witnessed "won't talk so there," always wind cortlcelll silk and,the garment makes sleeves are' wide .at' the wrist and I has also achieved cooaiderable'Impor- widely -distinct' Industries otherwise-* '

by Drsj_Reginald and Paul up by. giving the reporter a rattling part of a costume, but the design suits there-are under-Mleeves of mauve-satin tance, and promises for the near future employ barium. hydrate on a large "
Loye, in which the heart beat for one good story so that. he can't take it the general wrap equally well and Is tightly shirred at the' wrist against. far reaching developments. There are scale., ,
hour in a decapitated murderer, and down in short hand. appropriate for all suiting and cloaking wind and dust .... several factories now engaged la man Qne Important,feature of all. these
be himself has seen the heart-beat persist ' That the man who begs but- his material The loose sleeves are peculiarly nfacturiagalumlalnm at Niagara Falls new'industries. U the stimulating effect;
fifteen, twenty, and twenty-dye. name bq left out of the list of drunks good. Inasmuch as they allow of 8lyiM For Small GI.I. and Massena, and their! : total output U they; have upon widely separated trades t
minutes In decapitated dog,. and in for fear It will hurt his mother's feelings wearing over the blouse;without rump Soft silk and woolen. in sunpleatedand considerable. '' Commercial phosphorus and manufacturing industries. By, d ,
those dying from hemorrhage. It Inn never considered that good Jad1'sIItnll15l11t1el ling.The accordion effects will be worn by is satisfactorily made by mixing the producing materials on a large commer-
easier if wa-turn to the v h..1.. 'ft" before' In bin lite.Tbat.the .' coat is made with front, that are children and young girls this taiL finely powdered phosphate material cial scale, they; enable othet trades to
Its functional acUVltle are no more meu .who spend the most cut in two portions and seamed to tbe One such frock, that 1* adapted to the with carbbn and sand in tho electric utilize them in ways never before considered
uecpMsarlly extensive with Jlfe than money with the paper kick!; 'the least. shoulder., backs, side-backs, and un- small girl: hangs In fan pleat front a furnace, and then, when heated, 'distilling possible. With the cheapening:
are those of the heart and lungs. Unconsciousness That if :you expect a man to lind'ecimpllment 'a tier-arm gores.. The neck is finished in tiny yoke of lace. The -neck 1* cut the, phosphorus: from the maze of the product their use becomes universal. .' -
1* normally periodic In about himself you must regulation coat style and' the right high which I* a characteristic of the and collecting it under water.' They nave thus directly tended tv ..
sleep and pathologically it frequently put It on the front page in bold-face front laps over, the left In double fall model for small girl. .. The development of the carborundum toward )essenlngthe cost of productionof r
occurs without involving the cessation type. .breasted fashion. The sleeves are cut Industry; led to the manufacture of artificial articles In.common use. Synthetic
of "life." That if you put in a one-line roast In in one piece each and are finished with A. rail Collmlv graphite' which la'' now produced electrochemistry; 1* thus proving in Its

Tbe solution of the riddle really lies nonpareil between two patent medicine flare cuffs over bands, at tbe wrists. Deep collar of pdnne, ornamented ,by passing the amorphous car quiet way ''one of the greatest trade
In tbe fact that "death" is a negativeterm ads on the 'steeulh page he'll findIt I The quantity of material required for with embroidery or inset lace, will be bon through the electric furnace and revolutionizing factors the world has :J '
the man who writ the medium size Is three and half much In the the' ever known The
denoting merely the cessation of and como hunting I a worn fallT replacing obtaining a pure graphite with merely unlocking of secrets,
"life." This throw us back upon the the piece. I ..tracUon'of ono"per cent of ash.Even by man's ingenuity always. fasclnat-: -1 ,
question of what "life" U. Without ' the direct graphltlzatlon of anthracite< Ing and stimulating, but'when they in
I I .
Egrpt' YoungRnlfrrv addition help mankind by placing with. s.4hi
any desire to dogmatize on this..much- coal has been successfully accomplished -
The Khedive oS Egypt vUlted Paris the means of everybody
$ articles
debated question, "life" appear to bemert'ly a granular graphite being ob- 1. .a
convenient recently. The way of his return was telned which ..an"". eztenelvely. used which were formerly considered luror.. ,
a name for a aeries 7y --- +
of physlcocbemlcal processes "which unconventional and Interesting. At for lubricating'' purposes. This graphite fes,the result Is something that,holds
Calais he expressed a wish to ride J 1 ,with the admiration all From Niagara.
avowedly differ much In complexity easily manipulated machine
tt Amiens 'on the engine. There was Massena, renD Tan and other
from "Inorganic" phenomena, but tools,. and 1* of great service in places
a moment's (consternation but every where large electrical units are easilyobtained
which have never yet Been shown to many trades. In 1901 over two million .
objection was soon overruled, and the world of science' and
,
differ from them in kind. On the contrary pound of this graphite were made in
presently swathed in a, long gray trade hope for revelations that
the more we learn about physical this country,, and much more *.ia the worst
overcoat be climbed up into the en than rival the1aonal"7 act of mythical
and chemical 'phenomena, the more"physiological" year Just closed it ,
gine's cab. The young ruler of Egypt wizards of old SelcntlBc Amerl"
phenomena we are The electrolytic production of cans tie
able to explain. The essential of,"life"then nslsted on "working his passage, and I alkalies and chlorine has proved of. the can., s* "u1.e'\ t' ,
which he ,.
be was asked to shovel (coal ".., -
consult in the capability of responding greatest importance to the world of .
did with will the engineer chaffing ,
serially and appropriately, by the "monsieur a. of whose Identity be I 1 trade.' The chlorine produced 1* used :' Th. Cl>a..(lnI>lna.lr Hoar. ..

continual adjustments,' to changes in lad not the slightest notion.. Into w ., for making bleaching powder, ,which It Is a carious fact say the Chlc .. i .'
the environment It 1* not the actual Amiens the great train rushed after I In turn has ha'revolutionized) bleaching News,.that with"almost every jjeneif-, .f,

demonstration at every moment of its* a trip of JOG miles without a single trade here And abroad. ,The production tlon the dinner hour has undergone n",
presence"that constitute "life". For, stoppage, and in those 105: miles bad ,of sodium by electrolysing, change,>the principal meal of the day,
unless we are to introduce some raetapByflcal been made a good ,eight minutes of I Ir ti fused caustic soda bas developed rapidly < being eaten at-dlfferent periods from
dodge-tbe-lssue: (as. for example the delay in starting. Often the train '- 'r', "" at Niagara and other places where 10 o'clock la the morning until 10
"capable of lice yet not living. ," or 'ran 'at sixty miles an hour and over_ WAIST WITH BERTHA, ____ WOMAN'S HOUSE JACKET. I lar p electric' unit are supplied at low o'clock at nigbt: The author of The
other empty phrase), bodies are either or twice the.spoed of Egypt's'fastest rates The production. ''of sodium is Pleasures of the Table" point opt

"alive" or "dead." train* At the station .a, little group of yard forty-four: Inches wide or two, cape collars of lace, embroidered. ba. now conducted on a large scale. that hi England 400 or BOO years ag1
""hat'me.nlog has ,the word "alive". officials in full evening/ dress bad gnthered and three-quarter r yards ,"' fifty-four. taste, etc. '. ;' The application of the electric furnace people. took their four meals btaHh-1
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when applied to the seed of wheat opposite the door of the specfaltate inches wide. "-- -- to steel manufacturing/ has also fast at 7, dinner at 10, supper at 4 sad
which grew after having lain thou saloon provided for the Khedive, "y Woman's Wrapper. received a good 'deal ,of attention in llver>at 8. In France in the thirteenth 1;
sands of year in'a mummy' coffluT and there-was surprise when he could Two 8t7..... 0......."... Tasteful morning; 'gowns'are among !. France and by tbe Niagara people. Experiments century Din the morning was the dlnw ".

Evidently this: A. seed represent .a not be found there. Then down the Waists made with round :yokes outlined the possessions which no woman have been conducted to man- ner hour; Henry: VII. dined at llv ;In
collection of chemical. compounds platform a very dirty man In a long by bertha appear to gain in favor should be without This one 'designed ufacture steel from pig iron In the elec. Cromwell's time 1 o'clock had come Inf. ;i .
which under suitable condition (of overcoat came' hurrying lie wore no with each succeeding week. The by May Manton, Is eminently graceful .tile furnace, and also to smelt the ores be the. fashionable hour, and"In' Add ''
temperature and moisture) are capableof cap and 'hi* straight black hair was .one illustrated In the large drawing by and becoming the"same time that It directly and manuf.cture.n4, refine i son's day 2 o'clock, which' gradually,'
producing, by their mutual interactions all .disheveled while the white teeth May Manton 1* peculiarly attractive as 1* simple and Involve neither excessive tile material In two connected furnace. was transformed into 4. :>Pop, fouiyi' '.
another series 'of compound, and the white rimmed eyes, a little well as practical, Inasmuch a* it can labor nor expense.., The model is :At St.Etienne, France Iron ore..h., fault with Lady. Suffolk for dining so' 'i'
which in their turn, are capable of bloodshot laughed out of the dirtiest be made high or low, with full. length shown In_blue cashmere'with-trimming been treated most successfully in .spe4 late .4. Four and 6 continued to be.Jf! ,'1
producing, by their interactions, a third face the Khedive had ever worn. lie or elbow sleeves, and so serve<< a double of Arab colored lace, and is exceedingly chilly prepared electric furnaces, and the popular dining hour' among<..t"1; *
series of compounds; the first second book bands with the gentlemen in purpose. The model Is made of black effective, but all materials used for new factories 'are being projected for aristocracy until the second docad oft)

and third series of compound representing evening-dress and clambered into the and ;white checked loulslne, with yoke; house towns are equally appropriate. carrying the :work forward. on a commercial the nineteenth century, when',dinner "
In their totality respectively the state carriage, while the crowd which of loco and bertha and cuffs of white The wrappec..conslsts of the front, scale was further postponed, from whleh .
first second and third stage in the had realited what the Khedive bad panne cloth edged with lace applique, back and under-arm gore The back Tbe manufacture of"carbon' 'bisulphide period has steadily continued.to' .W.. :.' '
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development of, the plant But:; a* done, cheered lustily.-Detroit. Free..but any number. combinations mightbe 1* arranged in.tbe Watteau pleat that by-directly treating in the electric crouch upon the evening: ' "?fr u: ':
Ryder ha shown, this repetition in Press.. suggested. 'The sleeves are among always- satisfactory. The fronts are furnace charcoal and sulphur: 1* "' /:',. :.-
heredity 1* conditioned upon repetition the latest and show cuffs of-the newest loose add are finished with the frill now In operation at Penn Tan, N. T, Do...,... _j,, ,
hi .n1'1rooment-that Is, the seed will A FlawtoM'W;:.pon. sort When made in elbow length these which is extended from the big collar where a dally output of 10,000 pounds When man realizes the supremacy *s?.,, ,

respond In a regular serial order only The sting of a beeU./carnposed of two last are omitted and the puffs are and passe down the entlre'front. The .is an average. Tbe electric furnace he inner sight he will be able to .*> *; '.
provided the physical and chemical spears of polished born held In a- pushed up to droop over. their edges. sleeves are full and finished with frills employed'.for this work at the, Penn IUe'a.sunny side in larger decree,; get Abe .,
forces act upon it in the regular serial I sheath. The edge of a very keen razor _' The waist is. made over a fitted lining of! the-n.a4erla4i- the waist is a ribbon Tan factory represent the largest yet will then see things as they nUtf; ,
order to which it has been adapted, 1 when examined under a' good .microscope and close invisibly at the centre front which confines the fulness, -sufficiently made in any of thrclectrochemlcal exist We are proud to magnify a ell. .
through counties generation, to re appear a* broad a* the back of the yoke being hooked over, at the left for neatness but this 'can .be dustries in this country. They are six thing .in these days-of: .struggley and'
spend a thick knife-rough, uneven and full suonlder. The lining Is snugly "'fitted. omitted when a looser adjustment Is teen feet In. diameter and about forty competition hence whatever' we eaf.

The egg of fishes when extruded- of notches An exceedingly small and and on It are arranged the yoke, the desired. Feet high, having a capacity sufficient or suffer is exaggerated and of, sbWt;
are flabby and collapsed and In this delicate needle- similarly scrutinized .full fronts and back. The bertha 1* ,The quantity, of material required for to make a larger, dally output than any duration, says the Brooklyn Eagle. We:
' condition they appear to be in physicochemical resembles a rough bar from a' smith's circular and serves to outline the yoke. the medium size hi eight and three- similar factory in the.world. are too Impulsive. ) and 'too unstable to, 3 t
' equilibrium. Placed in water, orge. The sting of a bee viewed The sleeves are shirred at the shoulders quarterV yards twenty-seven inches The production of nitric acid by elec. appreciate the sweets and"COmtorts'o(,
however, during the first twenty min through the same Instrument shows a to fit the arm, snugly but form ,' wide, fight yards thirty-two,Inches trochemlcal methods Is anew, 'process* Ife. It behoove 'D*. then, to: study,1 II*

utes they imbibe it; swell, and become flawless polish without the least blem- j drooping puffs below the elbow that promises extensive changes in our concentration and-this can be accomv
round and smooth, and fertilization oc lab or inequality, ending in a point too The quantity of material required for agriculture. The manufacture of nitric plashed in no more practicable manner:;
the act of tbe medium alee 1* four and an eighth acid than adopting bobby of someklnd.'
curs. But.rii.--t 1-.we h1g-.Dd fertilization lIne to be discerned. In from the nitrogen and oxygen of a ,
have occurred the contents stinging, the spears, each of which has yard twenty-one inches wide, three the air in sufficient quantities for commercial Ye' a bobby is tl} thing. It is oneof. ( >
of the egg Ate l.o.a different physical nine barbs and Is grooved with a channel I I and a half yard twenty-seven Inches use ha been the;dream. and the secrets of real happiMss., Did iVii' 1 .
and chemical condition than when first for the' passage of' tbe poison, wide or two and a quarter yard forty- hope of scientists for year. .At Niagara ever notice that he who harbors a pet ;
extruded and this different ,physical emerge from the sheath. One of them four Inches wide, with seven-eighth experiments'have-been conducted bobby or study'Is less selfish and more
and chemical condition it Is which Involves II plunged into the flesh of tbe victim,. yards twenty-one Inches wide for her successfully.In .producing;commercial communicative than others? 'This get-f! ='1

the next change of state, cleav he other following,. and alternatelyhey'penetrate tha and cuff facings three-eighth yard nitric acid by using a.high tension current Ung away, from'' self I* equivalent to
wide .
inches for
a age. Yet that tbe latter change 1* no deeper and deeper. Tbe eighteen yoke and collar in an'air, -,chamberby which a rislrig above tbe clouds and seeing; the
quarto
necessary outcome! of tbe swollen, fertilized venom Is forced to the end of the and three and a yards of 1 field of>,one pound of,.nitric acid is ob- sun in all its glory. Of course;the: bet.,
to trim
; condition Is shown by the PO"IIlbllltJ pears by much tbe same process a* applique edging as illustrated. tamed ,for:every,\seven. horse, power ter the hobby' tbe'higher" will be the, '
of inhibiting it indefinitely by a that which carries the poison. from the. House Jackets are among, the comforts hours. Steps are now being taken to aspiration for still finer'thing, I'
lowering of the temperature. tooth of a snake when .it bites.-Field, which no womanshould. consent I establish..tbe production of nitric acid i.t'
to be vtitbout The one shownln the
The possibility of tbe continuance of and Farm. large 'drawing Is graceful and becoming on a large f ko6u inlttllllaca1e'ilnd; ',while ''ul.hi)'....."tIa.- a4.. fit

"life" then depend upon the ability of Little FertlUslnr Matter. Snow at the some time that it Is comfortable 'further conducted experiments this field will be .:Dean Farrar once;related this story(
the chemical compound. which (collec It has been tbe popular belief that and appropriately can be made the : they "will,, be, simultaneouswith "At one small public dinner at which
'
tively and at any given moment) we now la valuable to the land from'the from a variety of materials. The model practical work of, making. the \ met Charles Dickens I was struck C
term "the body," to give. rise to another elements contained in it. 1* of. dark red,albatross with'frills and product .. t' J. with hls'cbivalry'to'ah'absent'friend.Mrv .
ertllizlng ... So remarkable .
similar collection which shall be able Scientific Investigation baa shown that insertion of twine colored lace, and 1* e4 ,- have these and similar Sims, Reeves had been announced.
Industries
inter sa to maintain a similar adjustment there Is little foundation for this belief finished at the neck and waist with become that purely*experimental to slug at the dinner and.. as happened d

of Internal relation toxtemar; From.careful examination it 1* eat!- ties of red loulslne ribbons.. within the companies- have been. formed not infrequently,,, Mr. ,Sims t:
relation Conversely, when the formation mated that tbe total amount of. ammo, The Jacket is simply madewttb'iron.. In past year to Investigate further Beeves had something the matter' with" ty,
fit-such. derivative. collection I. nla brought,down in rain, 'dew and and backs, and Is trimmed to give the thf sole electrochemistry, at Niagara' for his throat and was unable be present ' r
no longer purpose of discovering' new' Dickens announced thls4nd the''
effect The fronts
possible vest are'gathered
; "death" ; .
ensues about
now In the whole year 1* only f processes .
ton tent do
Lees pa They not Intend
abstract put "death" I. the name eight pounds to an acre of surface, and at their upper edges, and are arranged : restablish' .*y'tWmefcttr statement was received, with a general
we give to the factories laugh of incredulity This made Dlck.fiI,
Inability the over a yoke which serves to keep the r_ ,
organ of quantltJ'Ia
to act together with the harmony but a. small part'even But this covering of 1 I fulness in place The back Is plain .wdlfAars''w1Arra. : ,' but to. dispose of tbe rights 'to ns.,who-was In the chair very angry,; '
in the snow theirpatents and discoveries
which ch.racter1&ea but .,.= ,. to indus and, he manfallytwbeld'his friend.
shoulder
-ute." across the gathered at .
The rup ; doubtless,,act.benedcl.IIJ' -
now upon the ground trial companies which '
ture of the Tltal where it la five and : can easily be or- My friend.. Afr- Sim* Beeves.' he said
harmony doe not the root of the waist line, attached to wide or a quarter yards forty- t...
protecting ganlzed
later
,
Then'eprelflJtt.the :
however. preclude a certain amount of other vegetation the belt which passe under It and the four Inches :,"d ." with fifteen and a modern 'regrets ,his.inability. to fulfill, hisengagements '
grains, and ,wizards, off, 10'
oertnsed activity of 'individual. organ. Thu., rom'tae greasel effects! of extreme; cold.-narfr.. front, to openings cut'at lodlcatedpoints half yard. of insertion- ."to trim'-a.. Illus- seeking new discoveries practical In a chemistry field that owing: he added,with great i1,;',Jseverlty.'te'en
with blood .oj then throngo-these and over the, trated. enfortnnately'amnsin: *.
: or, other suitable ., .
f ford Conn. Farmer. 'n '" .. w. mas ,already. 'proved exceedingly': and highly.facetious! 1 ,
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Kis ee i i Gaa1I6U G3tette !'Hon. Napoleon Bl 'Jjroward; '6Jacksonville r -RUf n: YE.ITEMS

has .anounoed his can : 1Y
\TBLKI.HON. NO. 11 dldacy for-Oovernor of Florida, sub- "
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. _I. .oaIoUlM&1 II"S." .&ID47 I I ]Sect to the Democratic primary In 19ft By the emission of the word "as" 'CHA.S' W D

Office in Taller Gazette Bntfdl.g', The'list ts now: full, and the voters will. la the squib In last' week's paper "definlng ,
[i.slxl/EEo8cEULLCODNTTFLA.;: bur position the and .
jh'avenot" ; only ample '''but excellent, on wet dry

a, 4u:; ,, J. E; PoUND t 1 material from which to select a goodman contest we were made U, fay just opposite a
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MAN
;" W., B.HAJUUsJlUrIUJIi''vlU.. to fill the executive chair. to what we Intended-L e. "as to THE SHOE ,

J. E. POUND;'Editor. h, Congressman Hobert Dayl..w... the uDuual.pa e and personalities, ;'' instead -
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I of "to unusual ::- -
- first gladiator toeriierthe'I arena. He space and personalities ------:0-
'Entered at the ""," 110m... la Klsitmmee, Fit,, "
.. followed Hon. Charles Monroe as printed' t [f there IH/
at .eooocl-I. nail matter.flube was by '
Brown,*of Ocala. 'For a time these were anything we dislike It Is a' ,controversy ;- New Fall Goods. :1

t.bfl T fall r1ber to fet the will .please notify the office If the only avowed candidates, although of such. nature as 'we described Offering t:

: AH communication ezc o Iromou author.lied other names were 'mentioned in-con- and would Hare been responsible .
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", must ie>> sinned tor; the
oorreepondenw :; ,under "
wrItr.Jteiootdmattrwllt nectloQ" with the race. On Thursday ,Our restrictions as then'printed '

paled for. ootbe'retnrned' unlace Hon.-Dinnette May.of JeJTerioncounty between a people of any community..... ; '

l r premed.The editor correspondent'. U not roi'ponalble for'opinions, ; announced his entry and platform So correspondents will please. confine 1 ------- --- BOYS' CLOTHING.__ '0::: ... i) i

AdTerlUIng/ rate piajr be had on application. 'In the Eontloello News. Yesterday, a themselves to higher arguments than : ,
telegram was recalvedln this city con to abuse or personalities.! All .... Nothing conduces! to a ." = fj. ] ;. ,
y .. -
to -
SUBSCRIPTION BATES.. veylnir: toe Information that Hon. M; Little Miss "Tootsle' Wallace eel.ebrated l. i boys appearance and to aJ. *-
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; 'One Onaoopyon.yeer copy, nix moat.,"...."' ", 'i1... ,'.,..'?,11.00... .r.o B. 'Broward of Jacksonville )had ft- : her I 9th blrthbay last Tuesday his. self-respect"'and.: thro', l' .f' ..:::. ;:: '
&., .... . . ::JFVlrlnv. "' :w:::
9e, 001'1,three" 10001. , nally decided, to'make the ride for afternoon. Many of her little these to' the moulding 'of ; 0 ty! .
". playmates: i the character of the -futnre 'SI., ,
r Governor,, were >resent to help enjoy
+ October 23. 1603.
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- the occasion. After 9 i' manlthan to keep him neatly i:' Q :
With such a qu'artet.tpf-able statesmen romping on tl e : 'C' '
I, .. to select from the people o( Florida lawn..an hour or more all were invited' ) dressed. His clothing: /t y J o ,p. fIJ i

'THE' CHIME OF LYNCHING.' are to l bo congratulated on the certainly Into the dining room where. "Grand I need not be expensive,, but s e, t'u:i: G) 1

The following from the Polk County of having a rood man to fill the I mother" and "Auntie": had prepareda : ((!) neat and in the. prevailing pd y ul rn

News .is none 1.00'severiJ in its criticism important position of chief 'executlv ." ,table laden -with the nicest cake, styles. We have a nice ' b 1.:: 8.- .! 1 '
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of the recent lynching in Bradford Either of these gentlemen would make cream and candy.. The little' ones (I I line of these goods and eli w rn 'd := 1
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county: "v a model''Governor. With the completion present wev& Helen Overstreet, Alma II would ]like you to see them .Q' ':':: x't; ?

"Another. evidence of the be111shneesr : of the list, ,the voters will have an Griffin, Luclle Hughey, Susie Hughey, S While they fast : Si.00values ? .v r" 'rj; cJ t.,. 22 )"

r of the practice of Indiscriminate lynching opportunity examine Into the.records Ella Mae Gilbert Corlne and Ethel I only 75c; $b.5O L a r I':) 'C: "'

tn"what'll mildly termed "that unfortunate and* study the Characteristics 'of the Gilbert, Mary Pound, Virginia Ma- hit; value only $2.98. 1 , su';.:':,::: >E rn, f,
} i
affair at Lawtey." An inoffensive men asking their suft'ralCe.-DaUy. kinson, .Angle Makinson, Willie West f ) )

law' 'abiding citizen was taken Capitol.' AnnleAMcCulllateiY-Marie and Pansy SHOES -- -' --I ] o c f ,

1 out and hanged by a mob of men, Duke, Lauette-Hogan Eunice( Anderson j .Po .= ,
,
"aate'CIABoy J:2
comnared with which the''character of Minnie Lee Dogan. Lena Lancaster for everybody-- \ t1 t E ,
a Jesse James gang would shine as One of the leading! mercantile establlshments -_ Blanche Barnes-, John and' Jerry from the tiniest . I G) E ,

t9 spotless 'as untrodden snow. People in this city wants 'a boyr Pound Prater: Gilbert, Carl O'Qulrin, to the )largest- e 8 ;:: w

knew what tb expect of JesseJames and Is willing! to pay- good wages- for Tom 'and Lamar Frax.ure, George Ad "Dorothy: Dodd" I ,1 1 ,

but who he boy they want, but they cannot erhold Barnes, ) I is ouT specialty, '- -- -- --
and his gang the men lynched, i Charlie Flora and WE SELL HATS k
i Samuel Williams[ were no doubt posing find him. They wantons about 12 to Grace Chandler, Irene Gotwallls and a' ladies shoe.- [k 1 I Ik "

rt In the community as respectable, 16 years of age, of good 'address, Frank Hoes Pound. ) Our-fall and winter ALSO. : !' N

'law-abfding citizens. bright, civil, not'iddlcted to tobacco ---.----.,. line will be .. i 1 !
I No stock of them but '
big
r "If'every man who'wa.! in that mob or profanity' polite, quick, honest, Little Votes Holloway Deed f sure to// please. well selected line of the i

i Is not caught a.nd punished for murder and not afraid of'work and anxious The many friends of Doctor and Price$ .OO per a most serviceably shapes 1
i ,
tbe
pages of Florida's history will go un- It'does not look as if it from thls-yl&ce to Lakeland, unite insincere none better.- s I I could find for the money' |I..:t't 1 ,
would be difficult to find such a boy We also have I ...... )
punished aid a mob of ..cut-throats i sympathy with them ,'in the a we ask for them. We in- I '
q will owe the. hangman an unsatisfieddebt. as that and yet.we are told by these death of their dear little boy, Yates ) nice )11 I n e'of ' I vile inspection of our 1 *
gentlemen that they have been unableto cheaper good I .your 9.
which sad event happened at Lakeland ., stock and will appreciate -
F t ,"The Governor should take the mater locate such a one. This being true ast-Saturday, 17th Inst., after abouta Y( in all styles.-- patronage. Drop in ,
your I
I j
Ii In hand ana spare no effort in meting It would indicate that something is week's Illness with pneumonia. Ills tj I to when'in town.
L_,___ __ ... .I see us m.
OU\.jUltiOO to-the murderers of the rabically wrong in the. homes of this bright little face and chubby little form _-

unfortunate young man,, and the fact city as to the training, of the boys. will be remembered tenderly by those ... 1 ,

w t that his 'murder was the result of a Doubtless there are very many fathers. who knew Mm. IF( seems sad when Come. to us for Shoes of ally kind. 1I I Z'

f .tn1 t ken Identity should be no,palliation and mothers in Miami who think they bright little ones are taken from life ,
for the dastardly crime. have a boy that would fill the reasonable before they
_ have'really entered its realities -
'There! is 'no greater menace to the requirements enumerated above, but let us be comforted with "

sacredness of human 'life- or to the I but have they? One trouble is that the the thought thy, they are taken away See ourCOME 5 C Counter-Bargains. 1

# prevalence law and'order than the parents are not acquainted with their from' the evil to come. While the pa- _

increasing tendency 'to "lynch law" boys. They do not require them to rents' hearts are saddened 1 at this severe .

i" aDd unless a check is put upon It the stay a't home enough to .give .anopportunit.y dispensation of providence, maythey . __ _om _< ....--__ __-_ _ ,"_' "..._,.. _-
for '
;I very,fabric .of those Institutions most acquaintanceship; be enabled IIke-I>avld of old to ,
; l all The boys brought up in the towns, as .
'dear to good. citizens will event- comfort thelr.hearts with the heaven .'-" ', -', -- : "
-- - --- --
,wally be torn asunder and justice willie a rule, too early learn habits thabun born thought; "I shall go to him, tilt '

t 'prostrate '-writhing in- her own fit them for positions,and this Is the be shall not return to me." May the.. ::: ANl7 SEE! \ i
reason that the boys from the
blood. ; country trace, of God sustain them.
fd make the leading business and pro "Grieve not with hopeless sorrow, OUR NEW LINE OF FALL ...,;. ..rr: .' } Il'IPEIUOR.ORAl'IOES_ fesslonal. .men. This' firm may and Jesus has felt your, pain;
"'tt The shipment of' fruit 'in a green such a boy as they want out in the Ire did thy lamb, but borrow, ':

r y state Is never profitable nor wise, .as back-woods, as' they have thus far- He'll give him back again. Dry (GoodS ClothingfK'-- ,1

i ,it; generally,has ft' great influence on failed In town.-Miami Metropolis. Kelly Klips.. ,

,., the price that will be set upon the
r 'crop as whole. ,On this poibt Mon Beautiful Complex'o.re .... Judging) from the opinions of the i,

; t day's Metropolis lays:, ,.\ spoiled by using any kind o f be press throughout the State there will AND NOTIONS. II Fj '
considerable travel Florida this
.
r "A letter from New York Saturday preparation that, fills the pores of the .
winter. Let them and
stated that the Florida oranges in skin. The best way to secure a cleacomplexion' I come we hope| .. .i"' ': ":r ""
t our section will get a good share of : i iI tJ ti
;market there were" largely windfalls :: free from sallowness, "
I them. We can offer' good-hunting, _._ __ ,
and inferior fruit and - -- -
generally
i'fi were pimples, blotches, etc., is, to.keep the I -' m - '- I
"'1" 'hot salable and were being crowded: to liver in good,'order, 'An occasiona fishing and other I sports, as well as a .

::'f the'rear by Jamaica, ''Porto Rico and dose of Herblne wlU cleanse the bowel warm hearted and 'hospitable people, '- J

j" ''California fruit. This Is ,a warning regulate the liver, and so establisha J, M. Bazemore contemplates selling 1he Formula tells the story : .

}., ito Florida fruit growers and shippers. clear, healthy complexion. SOc at his home and orange grove to S..

all .druggists.. C. Partin and moving to the East '
.Anythlng.labeled "Florida
.oranges" Grove's' Chronic Chill Cure !
Coatt. Mr, Boiemore has been with
1; 'will In New
', not.always sell York, as Patronize Homo Me rcharit us several .
years and we regret losing
:'some; people ,seem to think': Those The Ocala Star says'every citizen of him and his interesting, family. Not a patent rnettMne* a thin lrltuou.liquld. of a eJeasant Utter taste, mad of 1
: early shipments'of "dropped" and
.S' first for whatever benefits the home his place at and ASH BARK
'good ripe orange. -The I Impression Peghorn has movedto Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY 4i.

\ \ now prevailing In many localities merchant directly'or indirectly benefits Southport. J. W. Arnold Informsus Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK -Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA '1 s
if the individual; t.berefc.'re-In; luppllnlltheeit.lzen'.lndlvldualwant.1 that he has also sold out and will
\ ; North la that this Inferior fruit is
a
'' ? sample of the entire crop'; when such' the homemerchants'should move to the Eas Coast.A It Cures the Chills that other, Chill Tonics Don't Cure. iTo

'i Js by no means the case The' shlp- at first be consultedand few days ago we had a handshaking TSe Best General' Tonic. No Cline No Pay. Price 30c

t tent. o| the celebrated Frovlda orange4 no one should send away from with an old time friend, .t. T. Tin- y..
home money that can be'as profitably dal, the par excellence Nimrod of Oa- .
has Just about commenced, and it has l
.. ,. 'J.
his home - - -- -- --
It the article
,.- i got to push Its way to the front and spent at town, ceola county. Jim is the same j J6vial
""' desired Can be had. We admit there rolllcksome blade but
with all his
:tdlsprove humor -
the Idea that the first ship-
_) pet l" ,were proper samples of the are'some articles thatcan be purchased he is "chock full" of good judgment Cure a Cold in One Day. \
. from home at the and .
<,P".crop., ,, Once this established' there cheaper away big department sound sense. He is loud In ,

Deed be no fear of the demand for the stores' of the metropolitan. the praise of his teacher, Miss Nora Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets .A & \1'
: 'fruit over that grown elsewhere.. For cities, but when the express is added II Partln. He says that she tears u1'| &&

"'pears the grerm: and inferior fruit has and frequently! the unsatisfactory condition the urchins promiscuously when they Seven MD1Ion> Dotes ION Ia past IJ: 1IIOIItJ1a. This sign latureVir: l1'lTg/tr' 9C.

, been a'great drawback to the sale of of the goods is considered, It is don't behave properly.The .. ::1

'(idle,better fruit. Grower, however; doubtful If any real advantage Is new school. house at Peghorn is = _ _ ._ _ u __, __ _ .
.
'persist in,, rushing the .poor fruit -to rained. noteworthy. We hear from Miss Carrie *+++++ +++++++++ t++++++++ ..++++++++++++M+++ GeDr2f la .8oriHle( FlorIda ''ors.RAILWAY

market and it seems useless to advise If patrons and merchants would cooperate Tison, the.-teacher, and we are

': :7::\'gainst It."", with each other, compare pleased to learn that she Is giving ::, Semi Tropical Nurseries . : ,;;j
: views and make known their satisfaction.
respective good "SUWANEE "
RIVER ROUTE.
it_ ,The,White Springs Herald is of the wants and prices, we believe that Bev. J. T. Reeves preached an interesting Orlando Florida SeIIKDULE$ IN EFFECT JU7 R 28. 1906.Dtxle .
,
:. ..' 'opLulon that If were law In this J State: lines ttn e'.QlJt of.ten' the home merchant and edifying sermon here i"

,: tbst a man had to take In cash for his would meet "the prices of the last Sunday. | If you intend planting any Fruit Trees this fall send me list "I "r. Quick 8tep. ,
I'.latka alaamLv
_ property the value he placed on It for distant. dealer There are a dozen The pasture fence of Mr. A. K. Bass of your wants and I can save you money or Orange, Peach and 'a..klon'lIIe 7 zunpIn 110.. 01 715 0 1ft i
!purpose'of taxation good reasons why home folks" should -discussed Ar VA.........., J1 00 P In II 00 a m
j' or pay double at some length, but our Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock.: ArTlften 12Aaam 12atpm
':taxes; the very' first year_ under the patronize home merchants. The first people are possessed of too much ArCorl..h 141)am J"pm '

i::'::1 r..tl n'ot.such- law' the taxable and strongest reason hi more than 95 discretion to allow this matter to create BOX sea w. R. SPEIR. ArAmerl..u.. A I, ,,'y 7 1111 a 01 S,06 p mArColumbu. '

i'L. property of Elorlda would per cent.of the people make their living any friction on bitterness. The i ', 122 jI 01 ait Pin ;
*.: show up to question will be settled In ++++++1'+++++++++ei +++++++++++++++-p++++++++++++++++ Ar'tontJomery ', 7 lib p.mArMannkr 'I
1,e oboooooo.> ._ out of local firms, institutions a"nd erelong an - .
_ , Industrial Interests, hence the equitable and satisfactory manner to M. WILL ON .fOam' 410J'tnO..orcl"
Impor- JR. I
.
J ; R R '
*| ,,t Eight of the States that were in the 'tanoe Pi honest and )healthy co-opera all concerned. I, Ar Aug', . .., .. L 8811 pm ;
tr Confederacy, appropriate a total of lion between the home buyer and the Misses Nora Partin and Ruth Bel- I NOTARY PU I.IC... ) J. W. TIIOMPSON, c.or 0A. f
ton two 'of
our progressive ArAllant725am 7/4p1A
..yt; 2.328.000 a rears for Confederate pen- borne. ,merchsot.Bucklos'si. teachers, visited 'relatives and friends young I STATE AT LARGE. ) ArColumb.I., 7 011.01 !\

e ions: Georgia I lead* the list with8S3,000 Arale "''Ve. here Saturday and Sunday.We Real Estate Agent. Funeral Director and Em- ArRlruttn (.ham,. .. .. 1'YOpm&USpm: I ,oil 1 1ArMrmphl.
understand that our esteemed KISSIMMEE. :FLORIDA.A N. C. ".IT L.
-:\ $ and Florid Is
> at the foot with Has world-wide'fame for marvelous young friend,' W. H. Cosner has beenuslnR' ,. Dulmer Ar Medetta. ..' tn. rut 9 18p mAr :i
.F > EUi: -
*100,000.- CbattllOOOla J 00 ID 1 00 0 m'
'r I P
,J s eures.' t!'aurpas el any other salve; the birch pretty freely In school Love Letter. Ar Nuhvllle" a M I'' D1 840 a mILL h
{: -, lotion; 'ointment or balm for Cuts number ten. Walter will surely "giveIt Would not Interest; yon if you're HClsslixiiaa.ee.: : Fla.t CENT. L L ,
: ''CotIf..I II. of a Priest to 'em" whenever Art.Louis7(5em( 724pm
Corfu, Burns, Boll, Sores Felons line. they transgressthe looking for a guaranteed Salve for Chicago .. .. 11 QI a m -.',, )i
': f Rev Jno.. S. Cox of Wake,' Ark., Ulcers. Tetter Salt Rheum Sores, Burns or :Piles. Otto Dodd, of ... "M, .. 5; ,
; Fever Since the subsidence of the lakes the Lollt."me, .. 2a0am 12MpinArCincinuatl.
; h-wi-Ites, "For 12 years I suffered from'Yellow'.Jaundice. Sores'',' ',Chapped Hands, Skin Ishertnen are doing paying business Ponder, Mo.,for writes: "I suffered withan .... 720dm 405gme. !-'(
box of
ugly sore a ,
a a.1. a a.
__ >! >. : 11 consulted num- Eruptions; Infallible for Piles. Cure again.: would '" ucklen'a Arnica year.cured me. It's .4 r ChlcAlro.-..... .... .'laam I
It be hard bestow
to
too much
.:1 "**; ter'of physicians and tried all sorts of. guaranteed.;Only JSo at Osceola Phar praise the best Salve on earth., 25c at Osceola S..II.1 tralo. from ,"00k.uvI118 to )(aooo. I ;
our gallantconductor
upon / Tretni from Palatlla connect at Valdosta wltb '
'm 4IcIne, but got no relief Then I. Pharmacy.
macy. Charles M.,Frazure; In fact the Sugar tretn.goIngnorth fromIsekaonvlllL iJ.
( began to, use Electric' Bitters:" :and 'feel Belt would not be much of a Sugar Local sleepers, 00 DId.: Tile train for x. '
\ 'Freeh Fi.b and Broke Into Ills House.S. con, remehintIn* depot ent117:50: a m- J. !
that I ant pow cured of,a disease that Oyst.ra.Fresh Belt without him. Always kind,.courteous Pullman Buffet/ 81.epllllr C"n from la.boD' ''t
;''Fish Tuesdays;+ Thursdays and obliging, he Is attentiveeven Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt. viII. to 2& Lout via above route without'' "
bad in -
twelve was
., ; me grasp for. 'years.;" and tW'daya-Oy.tel'l afterOct.1.. ,, to the smallest matter committed health change 0'can ftO Dixie Flyer trAIn alas Pa1- "
robbered of his to
l customary by Dlan' are.t.leeper.' OD came train chinaow '
If want reliable medicine x)
1 for *
; you to'hls trust. .
orders .
Leave, at the bottling works. Invasion- of Chronic Constipation. .ltbou chap.e. : 'l,
;\,Uver and, ,Kidney trouble,' stomach CEA[.'' BASS The oranges In this section are beginning When Dr. King's New Life Pills broke t For aobedul. southbound. "and otharihfo ".
to ripen apd most of the !trees matte 1l,, address
;disorder or general >debility, get 'the, fntolhls/ house his trouble, was arrestedand -. 'J, H. o.m.v.--,
Kieetrlc'' Bitters guaranteed t Valle7 Gazette Is preparod'to are well loaded with fruit. no .he'. entirely cured. They're harle.P..D..r Apnt 201 W.3e1 8!,' I
: ju ,byOee01a all kinds of Job Work In > an up-to- School number seven is still on the guaranteed. to cure 250 at OsoeolaPharmacy. Or ,, 7ac.souvllle, .:'...
,
Pharmacy.. Only Mo. < date manner on .hortDOt1ce.' ?, CO"ll. Asoosa .J.
upgrade tendency. ; t'
,,"t' ..,'' I r..r.. :,00- +.. '- '- .OtM. BALB.v' TAN..O"'C' General .... ..rApet XaeoD,ua.,
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GatetteTLLtPHONE . "WadeTtHo:i liner, Orlando.: .., I '. "Se d'na :rOUt Job)Jjntinq.The ; ;. 111' MUII..IT' 0..1., a 1 I ********, ****************-** F

NO. 11. A nioe shower. .eU'' yesterdav morn.1Da' . Y*' W.a1; T.JtT. will 'bave a U: On 'Friday ana 'Saturday--No v. fl' ;"

brary Social at' the residence of Mr* and 7-Mrs.;,, Chi.ndler'111' hold her f: J ,THEKC! '.AM:.j( Professfoidl '.Cards.ATTORXEV .'

.BUSHED: 'EVERY KHIDAY' ; ; Seethe Notice of Election'. in this ilue. *- W. Waring on Saturday; evening: Fall and Winter, :'Millinery: :Opening-. 1P.

11'1 .. i Oct. 31st. All .'honorar1 ." and thosq All the latest creations' In.Millinery. , , . ....-...

.POUND : a HARRIS.DIRECTORY 'Colds' among-the children' are prevalent wishing Join the "Y" are'cordially will be on exhibition and tbe ladle; FR'A JDScI .," V4NStAeNEWr .
]
invited. from both town and are .
country- cor* .... r
OHUftOti : : ; ... -'
y .w..u.f
I Din;> Tbomasson's We are requested to, stat.... that the. dially invited to call and Inspect her .._ I f-I"..
NOTARY PUB14C .
)MrmoDii' OB"IICB.-P'MChIDI! each Sabbath offlc 'phoa. ,!* AND j \
11 ..IA. .nd 7 o.olock. Prayer meeting lo,.41-two ring." Home Mission Society of .the Methodist stock and fret price.' ,' .KI IMM8B. ,'FLAJ
every Thunder even In r at J p, m, SabbaiC church will 'j .
give another entertainment IN '
Attend Mr "ex." i" '
lohO'qt:4 Sunday mornln : Cha'ndler'sMilliner An furnishes the following In., 11Dn. \ .
J, F, UiLb, Pallor Opening-Nor and 7. -. ?, next Friday: night at the.re's-. cident of day life: 'f :,:W.. SIMPSON.
every
BArnir CHU "H- J. Frier Paitor.- i
'
Preaching every Sunday a. m. and 7 p. m. Attorney Sears me.4e.. "to Orlando id'enoe of Mr. H. M. \Pbann. A cordial Where i.that d-r.-.d garden rake :
Y.UUR People I meeting ..80 ...' m. Sunday Invitation is'extended to'a11. 'Z QH: rIST.: ....
School V.U a. m. Prayer meetlat every Ttaura- on professional business. Mary ask; a husband of bis wlW"t.he il'EllE tTIIIN ti '
da,7. m. Vitltora..Iwa,. "'.10011I'.' K Old papers Zoo per hundrS9 all' the The Dally Suwannee,Democrat has other day, as be entered the house 1' Office over Oaceolarhsrm.ey..

eT. HK'Errllfop..L ICRt/.oR.-Davld Valley Gazette been launched. at Live Oak with J. F.Sherwood a ." WRS t a. m. to 12 la.
I Kldtl. Rector Service on the second Sunday omoe.. : after search for implement.. 'I'llbe'd OlI'FIo>c r .[ !
.
qf the. Evening month .lerrlo Moraine at 7:80 eenrlne o'clock.at 19soo'elnok : Mr. I. N. Thou Is building a bara-e'' at. tJ e' helm and JeffL.. -dt. I know, dear". sweetly, :: ... ... .' . t 11.30 ,to 6.30: pr 10.;,
Telephone.No. ''
I Pua8TT8uAHCHOBOH.-Dlvlq. worahlpon i forthe'use' of.tbe ::1l Cool place across'.' Davis, second In command. With such. and the lesson went; home with such a : 'JuQ'S.11I';
every drat Sunday and third Buoday In each lake a. team anA such 'a field the .new' < 'venture distinct thud that'he '' "-
raised his ]
righthand i WHY I B STEVENS' .
month. Morning .m!! at 11 m, a.. Even HOT IN "IRtth )R.V A. .
loir ervloe at 7:00 D. m. Sunday School at li you j\ Cannot fail 'of making the port of and took an oath that he would ,
I t:41 a. m. O. It. aervToe St .:16 p. m. PrayermeetlnlThuredq want the aloe8t Willow Chairs 1 prosperity. never ,h..DJNTIST.-.t,
I evening at T:1\0 Kv- and.Ilockers, go to Thompson. pollute his lip with a. profaneword I : : ..
I errlxxl. y I*raottoordlalljr 1nvttedtostiendthae I :.Unless."Cettln1 subscriptions for again. He found the r'ake. "'"'- '
errlcei. F.(e. aAIL.T Paator Miss Helen Carson returned home Gas Adminlltered. '
[ a1i .
I 1 ALEX DiTinimw. Snpt..Of .. .. few day I" fence' ''round, the graveyard, ,eh? Alachua 'I ] D. $ .
..._ ,ago.after... an extended.tt.j. county had not shipped a I ? n Office Heuri.. 18.3o_ O., 1 . .Dd
f-\\ AJin't; none o' the bodies ter box of
among friends In the 'north. tryin1 git; oranges .in nine years until ( ..30 to $.30 r. M. i

Official: Weather Report.AVNAe fievr lot of Picture out; I hope?" "<)It. no; but-" lautwoek a gentleman of Tacoma ship.I ORLANDO. ,; V FLORIDA? ,
Moulding:just ar ped a car load.
TaH..auuaWi: UntuneTHU rived Thompson's.. "Wa-al, as long's nobody' tryin'tergit :t : ..,..w-.::;;
: '
: JDAT ETcvina. Oot ?2, IMS., Harry, Wood Is put-an' I don't bear of anybody There 1* a. Rood opening In Klsslm :! ' FOJ. THOMASON. . Pky: lel.a.. now engaged -as a round thosb parts thet's very mighty mee for a. flrst-clasa watchmaker.Business ; TAKE.VO. : ; ,
B.In.tall.
'M:.. 'Mies salesman
: tbl! 'grocery. store'of J7j. anxious ter get in-I ain't squandet- lIe.hi..ce''....0.33; ......
-- llobersbn.It NNN%% %S %%%%S %%% -
-
%
In' good jnoney'fer -fancy dadoes ortJc. ..110.1'_ *. .... s.KieSZMMEr .

ales'la,. . . "iiI 70 n7atnn '.J.. ', Is. probable' the revival' service round on buryin' ,.grounds.Judge.Mr. Locals ) : I1AN E .r I :: 't.A.
Muut., . 4.. 711 811 .07 at the Methodist church will come ,to J ,
and.Mrs.
Monday .. HO /II {i.: ' Geo. W.' Hopkins arrived '
.
.... . Nt III ,. .?'.' a close to-night. iai.4Sti
,
'Iou..la' : Klsslmmee a few dayi agofrom v
Wedll"M' q.. .. ,.. trJ /lit'h' Ror.'Tv J. 'DeLand ... : VanD=; W
I
Tbundav ., ". M8 69 .20 ; .Sparkman', Michigan andhave'engsged( ,the -- -;- - I. ., W1L, & *

( Stetson University) will Oil. theJJap Cannon flat, where they will 'reside SeeSo counter at'Dann'a. T GET ,THEM AT .. .
3. A. IIJIIIP80M. P, K. "
i "
rMessrs.
tint
pulpit Sunday temporarily;; probably for,, the entire See those 60 pen tablets at' Dann1.. i '
'
'-' Hiram and Dyrd Plait 6 f winters Mr. Hopkins has. a ranch in iI B R':' K E' ''
Our rates for insertion of advertisements .New shapes in Men'' flats atKatsY. OSCEOLA I ;: >R'S..J..
Melbourne .
among the reading 'mattel- on were In town last Saturday the northeastern p rtlod of' the. county : +- -..--.: A .

I this pageIs ten cents per line each .InIscrllon. and made us a pleasant call, uppn which he is spending qultdjia .School shoes, good one ,'at Dann's,' I i 'REAL. ,
'
Harry Wood has rented the Board sum of money In developing we' School 8huer at Stanford's. guaran. PHARMAGY.l | : ESTATE,
ln bous are pleased to have 1 him as a citizenof toed.
( which was formerly>run by ,,, .AND'' INSURANCE
Julius our t.oWQ] and count !. :
Hyde and moved in last ,
Friday.
pcx oooooooooooooccoooe' Headquarters for school supplies, lot.DaDn' ..iMpF1kJM4A+A1ki.... Mk l1F...
FOB.SAUC. -The.' lot now occupied : The Bristol Dee with the name .of .. ' ... ,I oecosooccoegottooabeooboo. '
i by'the Christian Coo: Butler at.'its fc- ',
Local News Church If you are mast head as Ladle. .
in An elegant'Una'' of !;- Muslin ,
interested choice
securing a pieceof editor
}1s a new venture In West
. "::z4-;;;:: property see J. M. Jr., Florida r/odervrear.at Katx's.: <
Wilson Journalism. One lane
about) ; this. ) copy :
of the Dee has been rectved at this Buy your Shoes from"Stanford'theold ;
ft Supt, W.. n. Hinton is making some reliable' shoe man "
office, but-had we never It but
seen ,
Delightful weather. .' : Improvements to his home by enlarging knowing, that Coo Butler was to do "D rothY DoUd'; shoes :have .the H C. Stanford .

and beautifyinrthegroundaabouthis the editorial work style. Hold only by Dann. ,
Bead ouf Builrieis Locals.L- we would ..bavbeen' _

Mrs: Chapdler': Opening, Nov.k 07. residence. willing to say r It would be Stanford has an up-to-date line'' of 4,,'
W. C. T. U. will have a called meet as good an the bost'a. busy and as Men's Hats, Neckwear-) ,- &c. THe
ot Low
Dr. 4. W. Simpson spent Thursday ing'at Mrs. C.'M. Bailey's Wednesday successful of its Originator
as any contemporaries
| Orlando. "Dororthy Dodd" Shoes are fully Prices In KisslmmesWold
in Oct.. 28th.. All members. requested In
gatheVIng news in the local guaranteed, you take no risk, Sold 'i .
:-
Fine lot Willow Chairs at Thomp- to bu pre "uL. SEUILE1IARY.!: field. Success. to tbe Dee may It;lone bed only by Dann. ?.

'' son' Prices 1 low.Mr. The' Y. W. C. T. U, will meet at the Bee and never a "has ,been." Ladles- before buying your Fall .lie i.Face 'to Face; ':Talt! With Yon

A. E Drought returned to Key home of Motu Ivy r ri
Clongh Monday'afternoon Mr. J. Williams Macy tho first.entertainer Dress Goods, Trimmings, &o., call on.
| w 'ht Sunday night./ at 3:3Q.: All members.. are requested on the Lyceum program, apteared H. C. Stanford and save money. : ,
r'
Foradce Oak lied-Room'Suits. call to be |i...sent.' at the Auditorium on Wednesday i i i i n' i *i**i ZZ'I I i i IITI'J I J
Stpvo'Wood.<<
|on J. W Thompson.. '" l I.". A.- Vans Agnew has. purchased a evening before a fairly good a\i:* We will' .furnish Stove Wood. dellv.. to tell you of the 'ma.nv.,' many" 'new, novel, beautiful f and useful ,;;I,

Horn, to Mr, and Mrs. J. J. WoodHi lot on Broadway and lying north of llenoe As.a "one man -how" Mr. fired to any part of town at 1.00 per articles he picked,up for his customers while In .New York recent;.

1 fin Friday, Oct. 16th, a son. the home of K. L. Leslie' upon which .lacy is great sucocrss. id that, lie Strand. MAYNAKD LUMBKK\ Co.. ly in the'Var! : the latest design and paterns.in t '

J. ,' of Bartowsleading he Intends. to had his audience with h evidenced ,
Warren Tyler one erect an office building was ' ' '
I To Cure A Cold In One Day.Take.r..xatlve : : :,
cltlkttnH, was at.tendlall'to bnaIouN. 11ev. O. J, Frier will .leave> tOrnlght by the enthusiasticapplause '

I here Monday, for Live Oak where he will preachon accorded every: number on "the pro' let... All druggist Hroino refund Qutne the money Tab- 'Dru (Goods, Notions. Dress Goods, G6nt'sFurrlishings\ .:

W II. Kadclyne-Cadrnan, liraiden- Sunday and spend a few days gram. If the other entertainmentsof 'I Ilitl fallsto cure. E. W. vGVovesInature Ladles' Readu'Made Skirts waistsEtc. '

lown, left his autograph at Hotel Kls- among' the noble l people composing the courro measure up to the standard . ,i* on each box:, 25o osceoli'narmacy. ( .

iHlinmee last Monday that city. set by this one the management j '' '

; I For budded trees, Oranges of best The 4th Quarterly meeting of the will doubtless have a most sucpossluleason. ,I IQllr Knowinaha.i' goods! well bought aGe half sold: he'looked the. r' 7
.
Season tickets be
t f varieties ran {erlnes Grapefruit, call on L:, ;Kumquat P. llugbey.or Red Methodist held tomorrow church and in this place will be from I't'of. Edgar Oliver.can seared market over: for ,what he wanted which'was; the best goods, to ,be' ; /'
Kev. A. '
I H. li. Wager of the Titusvllle Star. E. Householder: P.,E.Sunday, will be present It is only two weeks until. the Jack had for.the money, and feels perfectly confident that the. trading... fF -J

' was In Klsftiuunee last Saturday'aad and will preach there Sunday morning onvllle Carnival opens, and I It Is public will agree to the statement that he succeeded,, in his desire -

a Iniude this office a. fraternal c"l1.non't. and evening. hoped that e Aery body who can wilt goo when"they see his immense.stock, - THe - ." ;

@ I buy winter bat until you- this great occasion. The ICarlnvais '
your At a mooting! of the .members of the '
''
' have seen Mrs. Chandler' stuck Lyceum held in the Auditorium on i to be a celebration of the rebulld- was not'only careful as to the price paid but extremely: 't

loaning Jfov. 6 and 7.I Wednesday evening after the entertainment lug of Jacksonville, and it bas been so In his selectlon'of goods the quality of which in every'Instance r

I I MrS./ J. G.I,Harvey has the thanks of the old Board of Directorswere planned and It will be executed on a fuliy, measures uft) to .Us value fri-,the.,money;' .asked for it. So.- '
I the' Gazette for beautiful bou- larger; and more magnificent scale 1 '
Valley a
unanimously! reelected to serve having the largest stock of the latest up-to-date goods he has eVer
I |iuet 'Of-'rOles sent in on Wednesday. y bef" e Confident ': ...In '
I 01' v attempted in the SouUiuru U..aI :lI. It handled he feels of your Approval, of his1 .fcffoVls -r
I Seed Iran Potatoes now ready for Fort Pierce held .a.. political rally 'beca &e' .
I planting f- per bushel ,or $5 per bar' seems that the Jacksonville Carnival your behalf by anhicreased'patronageitot'soA t much, [;Hj ., ,

I1 el. Leave; orders at. my; ollcel U!W. last. Tuesday at which Gov' "Jennings Allocation never tires' of 'adding' , is Stanford, but because Stanford Is in a positlotito'"cave_
a lions. J. N. C. Stockton .. E. Broom .. .
lU. Van Duzor. t.CIIPt. big attractions, and the program as it ' : \ .
'Chan.: Daugherty Frank Clark, J, E; : <
I I .. B. F. Ifall bas rented J. tl.I stand. to-daycombine a great'' number '
Alexandu;;* and N, B. Broward addressed most I Rubber dood 'for Household : : :, .-
I Smith's cottage'lu' West Kisslmraee of the gigantic amusement : ;
the the arid, !Medical: P.rp0801l'cprried Yoh ,.?
people on political
for ,
land features in the world.
moved his family Into it last Saturday Motley I ::,
issues of, /thp/ day By a liberal concession on the part I In stock i>y us fill<' ill l : \ ''' . -_.

I Dr. Hicks received a telegram this ot Mr. Ed L Sears of Belle the rcquirefments of the housekeeper .
!
The Valley Gazette t lsnow( occuprllng Vernon .v .'. ,.'
Its own home, the proptaetors:! b av- morning announcing the death of his 'a., who owned the property, the nurse ,and physician.; 1 . .
.
sister Miss Kate Hicks, who but a In design and 1. 4 .
quality they are
ling purchased building few dayII'a"o members of the Church of Christ have t :for't t
;.A.gen t-
visitor .
I from P. A'' Vans Agnew, few months ago/ was a here.- purchased a lot at the intersection of. perfect. Many'Improvements . ,
Her relatives and many friends andacquaintances are.found In all these articles *' 'It :
Main and which ShoesJ'oi
I Broadway to they ; Iteet" : Quality'' ,.L.ndl s.
1 dollar Onion & Brat- .
Every you pay be ;
hero will saddenedat Till move their church building. which increase their utility,.,; | 1 ,
ton for goods or on account II'.Iv,1Irou jTho .
a chance/ at a liT--E-l: .piece DinBoer the news of her death. site Is one of the best In the city and [ convenience and durability.," W.. L. Douglas' Shoes ior //ftoti. ;:, ::.

Set. Rev. W. A. Myers will preach> ct! we are pleased< to know of its passing j We are showing a fine, liner '. 'I | 4'
.
., >'<4ntl" 111" ..: 1
lute t.he ujbiuiiii lot ,
I rroLA.. A. Simpson bus moved his the Methodist church tonight, when + 'ihe upon which I ",
heir church now stands, a. full quay.ter .oJ r';
family Into town and they are now oc- the revival services will como to a block is on the market at a,, reasonable I HOT WATER BAGS, SYRINGES, .. : f [....,,.:.4, ...,
r"a. . .. . .... ,. ... ,
.
cupyicn the Leake residence which close. Much good has been accomplished" .figure. It Is well situated for :
efforts hero intthe a residence and at a convenient dis- ETC. ETO.y, '
was recently purchased by Dr. Simp- through his

ion _. conversion of sinners; reclaiming the tans from the bu iuess part of town. ,I !of the most approved tyle. : 't'
r
I dipt. ,C. W. Vraiure. has purchasedthe backslidden and reviving 'the church I The prices will prove :as at7i :
: Dck's!
'Mrs. R. G. fall
house anH several lots in North and COII'I
Klsslojineo known,.a.1I tho Bares pla.ueand Is invited to be present tonight October: # '. "
: ;
will improve, and probably occur Mr H" C. Chapman proprietor of ,
.- -- There will be a beautiful dl.plarofPat.tern Drug Co. 'DAYSL':
py It himself. Hotel Klsslmmee, returned with. Die .
Hats; also li full line of Ready FOR 60K : :
P 'We.regret to learn of the death' of excellent wife a few. days ago' from .. ; :
I to Wear Hats Misses and Cbildren'sHats Io; .'. ;.... ..lo.u: ; ',';::-L-:: : ,_ t
little Yates IJolloway, youngest son of Green Farm Conn., where they havea [ Veils, Laces Stylish Dress "- .. -- PRICKS .WILL BE REDUCED ON' OUA'.NTI..._ LlNB "

Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Holloway, which summer hotel They took chargeof Trimmings, Belt?, Sofa Pillow Covers t dit c 'Ec l "

I occurred: at. their home In Lakeland the bouse"here Immediately,and have 1 iBS** B S BlS SWS BS II I I : :
In new designs etc. : :8.1:;: .1-.1.th ,. :
last Saturday. ; since been .upervisiug'Itscleaning&nd' The ladies of Kissimmee are 'cor 1 All "pe'on. Indebted., 'to, me"' will please call and ;pay": j ,

I Capt. Roebuck came up 'It.. 'fie 4 renovat on anticipation! of a full dially invited to call and examine.. /._-a-ecountsf as; same' .m.tut be Closedupj. ,' '. '

City. of Bassenger Wednesday after a house. of tourist which be expect. to MRs.-R. G. DICK, Orlando, Fla. 4 :aI'

l ad of merchandise for .his" store at be his this season./ REAL ESTATE t .S'"

Ba..lnter.( The Captain reports bus- W. L. Gable Deputy Internal Rev Bids Wanted I rVVVVVVVVVV

Inesi as being better than for'a number enue Cpllector for thfs district was in .Sealed. Bid for furnishing' piling : ;WATSON! : .

of years.Me.damos. town this week to open up In his official seeing same and constructing! ,wharf AND

I J, n. Gilbert; Jr., and C. capacity the cigar factory of the near city dock will be received until ; AVVVVW Ie..VVVV fVV

I-A. Bandy went up to Orlando Tuen'day'tp Santa Clara Cigar Company. This Saturday. (het!? 25th, 1603.. Bids may 1 -, :,t a..
INSURANCE.
I will manufacture several all the Items.Plans .' .
above
company .
purchase: the wall paper for the cover part-or .. :'**

I residence. Mr. Gilbert| is now building grades of cigars and will sell them'as and specifications: furnished. ; " "!" !'" " " "!' G' '
I and which Is to '.be occupied by Mr. cheap as the same quality, of goodscan on application.. yl1111l11fl1111itiltlt1111111,111111111it11Illt1lItItlltit' ' " ' ' "J11"

and Mrs. be bought elsewhere. Our local 1 H. C. STANFORD,. ;r E ''
D"ndy.Mealrs. ,NORTH KIS8IMMEK. fHON; N..8
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I merchant should give them a. liberal Prest. City Council.. F ::
,
I and J. N.. Calhoun,Jack and Invaded Will tbe.Hancock feedIng patronage: Japanese Sugar Caae. .' -. I I: ..:....;, 'G:. W. ',GRIFFIN ,Ifancy '

( grounds of the wild 'duck on the There 1* considerable activity being On and after November 2nd, tbe undersigned .. ::--
marshes south displayed here now in tbe picking i Ii
of Klsslmmee Tuesday

I afternoon -and returned Wednesday picking and shipping of oranges. .for will fall furnish and winter Japanese planting.SugarCane :" I I: :GrocoriesFRESIE.'TS !
family
I with string of aboutthlrty. ducks -and The fruIt 1* coming to the packinghouses Parties. wanting seed will state acreage < *'ot ,
ten or twelve both of which are' 10'opera- ,
snipe. ( wanted, when price will be given, t : IE :. S3
Judge tion by the wagon and boat; load and = -
!Parker bas purchased the LEWIS Mi CLEAVEBOot.lft.lm > L
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Ca was.next Stratford k 'huwla house and and moved Jot which the quite in'tte a industry"number;of Return people employed received of I Orlando:. ;i Florid' : -': ....: ..: ,. : : ; "; j''

to lot sales made are entirely satisfactory *o Dog Want'. '' '
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: opposite the residenceTrlnerl' d : > \
finest.OCCupled by' S. H.. Bullock. far.with the The advent fruit of is the.cooler ripening_weatherand rapidly A pointer bitch: 'thorn uguly',,'b..oki'n LJU: WILLSON.I ,ii.r : sr Delivery every day ''at-any; hour;), p.atroDage..olicited* j- 4
Judd roow thus byhub _
-' gained this of
ddres
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the ; and n u
.. < Kreatly.enhance the ,value 1* of a very fine quality a* to Quail , -V v !I l iiuiutliuuttituiiiuiiaWauluiuuu1ututll1ur&( $ ,
.of ) place" :, sue r appearance and flavor. Bce. pe-l,,6'I IY P>>;>.> 1I P>>;>>_P>>;>>;;>>;>> ., tttauuiiu l 1 L_ : ':, _

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scribe. aha',awakens all that1"Is 'sweet Afc INDIAN" _.. .DAILY PAPER F, FIRST HOW?T; IlotaiijLE IN TWO: MJNUTKS

and noble In human nature' and givesto _ .. r-A do
Kit!: I tod 1> Indian Hnmoriet. Adrtmto el IJ
Eva ; y :
Balliday those who a strength and courage productive of Rs..There g
Deaf f and Blind 'I much good, especially In overcoming ; faul., iI. M$. \!,') :\ i w:, .\') *i i'i.: \ t '$ : ...::.y l'i\
aknb ;
,1 obstacles and difficulties: tier bappl- Indian Territory the first Issue of the c ; : i;' \ \ ;) ;'ili \ ,i% \ ,

Was f Lifted oV Darkness.JC. : beat 'never leaves ber. I believe she first dally paper ever printed or pub- t'i' A '};x \ i''\ ')'*@ .' 1 have made .most thorough
la the',happiest, child that I have ever .Hshed by art Indian says a G \llhrle, *\ $ \ 'Mt; 1 : !t f :}, p.J. it: trial of Ayers Cherry Pectoral and t

t r seen it Is a real pleasure to see her Oklahoma, dispatch! tb the New York '$ 1, '"( \\tt' 1\\1 f. 't b1"I I',, v : prepared ton .. n wat for all 41*. }a;,
Thnes. is Alexander' '; of the It never +u'
day after day enter my school-room The editor Poppy, \ ; \ \\ l\\\ 1i : eases lung dissp ,
.lE wonderful'proar!'.' and feel around until she finds her J known as the "Creek Bard. "merubei :' }"" ,' \Ii,..,." ,*. points. I
3 1__, ,|*' made In the education 'ofr1 teacher and then throwing her hands of the Creek tribe of Indigos Wuo-already W' \{ J. Early Flnlejr- Ironton, O* ,

rT1 8 the deaf 'dumb and blind about my neck,. cling to me In the way has achieved'distinction in tlianewspaper1 t N w
jI *', te girl, Era Ualllday, a 01C""'" In'the' Wisconsin School _An. elemeht in II.IL better 'fortune of humorist 'lIe ,Is one of the prominentmen I : _ Ayer's rheumatism '
X for the Deaf continue to the girl Is that she has enlisted too of the Crek. Nation and took an I won t cure ;
. Interest all who nave beard of- the earnest sympathy well-known and active part'IDtbe 'convention-held at we never said it would.r

amlction of- the girl 'and the methods wealthy Pennsylvanian, whose w6rk." Bufaula recently, called for the pur, It won't cure dyspepsia
taken to teach her bright mind and to for the deaf and.dumb baa spread"To pose of formulating an Indian plan for ;
i jilt ber out of darkness Into light.Btor .- many fields. The philanthropist la Dr. Statehood. He helped frame the famous we never claimed it. Butit 3lr

t' the remarkable success in a very William Wade, of. Oakmont -Dr. appeal to the''people for an Indian will cure coughs ,and

short time, tbo pupil is Indebted to ber I Wade sent her a watch by which-aho State separate from/ Oklahoma In colds of all kinds. We ;
;patient and'elflclent teacher Mix Hy- which-'intoxicating liquors should
was able to read, tbe time, and he i '
patla. Boyd; herself totally deaf and also provided'ber with a Braille writer I ever be sold. t first said this sixty years

partly bereft of speech. ., the use of which she baa thoroughly, Althoughknown as the "Creek < ago; we've been saying It
in' four months the child was taught1P6'worda mastered.' He also presented her with Bard" Posty Is only half Creek' -as since. -

and sentences To-day aba a tandem:lcycle,' on which, teacher :his father was a Scotch ,trader.- 'an \ ever .
Is Dot'; only able.to read and write and pupil have spent hours .In exercise early* settler in 'the Indian country; fM..alw.trh.lla.IL All.......
Braille;. but'ahe cleverly operates an lIe born Eufaula
and rare enjoyment. was near' on August CoonH roar deetor. If It* toko H.
ordinary typewriting; machine. hall several occasions 23 1873, jttnlwas 'edut'atfdat Bacooe o M lie *.ye* -If fce .:7-ye. M{ ,
Miss Boyd on
Stoke U. tb.. ._'1 ..". H,, HO ka w.,
Miss Halllday was born with none taken the child to Milwaukee and University MugcoRee"T., from which .1*...M with him w..r.willi....
,of the affliction from which abe la be 1\_ \ ",\",,f'\'?'?'''' : : ''''S 'p 'Nrmr" "t"\'W t. i.0.ATEk()o.Low..Maw.
once When they were on tbe train returning was graduated seven years ago. :
seeking and finding relief. They were to Dela van the pupil surprisedher After leaving school he engaged in LOU DILLON. I
the result, of an attack of catarrhal teacher by telling ber'of her ex: educational work: and was successively A Flat Refmalr nr
:- fever when she was but six year of ertence before she bad known aeachef. I: superintendent of the Creek Orphan ''Lou Dillon accomplished at Rendvllle mare by Sidney Dillon, dam Lou Mil( Willie-Let's play we,are raarrlej. .
.age. She la now about sixteen. Tbe School, superintendent of -Public Instruction (Mass.) track what American trotting ton. She has never been raced. She Little Bessie--Have- you ever play:di i iit

--ctrl'' .parents, lived In Wauaau. Wis., She writes on an ordinary typewriting for the Creek Nation and horse breeders have labored years was trained last year for the first time. with an other girl... ? .'
and were without means with which macblne. 'ftndlng the"keys by th$* -superintendent of the Eufnula Creek ,to produce-a mile trotted In two min She was bought by C. K. C. Billingsfor Wllllfr-No.
to undertake her education Her oondition ouch, doing good work in spelling and High- School. Before entering the utes. Millard Sanders was the driverof $12,000It the sale of the Henry Little Bessie-Thea'you can't piaee'ii,.
was brought to, the ,notice".ot brnilng sentences.. She has also uewnpaperHeld Posey bad won a the great mare. For pacemaker Pierce stables at the Cleveland May tics on''me.; -October Smart Set.
tho superintendent of the school for learned how to operate a sewing ma- reputation ia literary 1I11 '. As a boy there were two running homes bitched sale last y 'ar.The reason for tbtrlow'
the deaf. the province of which does chine and to do a variety of'needle he gained some renown an" a writer to road carts Peggy From Paris price was her bad disposition and STUART'SCIN
k not Include the teaching of the blind work. She goes :-'walking and shopping of verse, which lie signed by the Dome driven by -"Doc" Tanner and Carrie the difficult/ driving her. Last year FREE
but>> the sympathy' of Superintendent and Is able to Identify many of -{) plume of "Chlnnnbble Ilnrjo." In Nation, driven by Scott McCoy. Lou she did a mile In 2.00 In ber work at ndBUCHU '

Gary was aroused to such an extent he attaches of the Institution by feeing Unrcb, 1002, he became tbe editor of Dillon Is a fly -7 -oid,.red_ chestnut Memphis. Tenn.. '_, To .U who *uffror to tho friend of tboee 4i
that he made ----- who I'-fTer with K.bny.. Liver, E.art.31.44.,
a.personal appeal to the -
the Indian Journal, a weekly
the sense newspaper
a button a finger ring, by
BltHid Dleeeee, a eemple bottle of Stuart' t,4
'Board and was allowed to recefvo her' of touch or smell.-New York Herald. at Eufaula and the oldest paper Springs in the Anchor. 1 ARC LAMP FOR I INDIRECT LIGHTING or oil and Bueha.the r.at eoulbera Kidney*
*t the school. published In the Creek Nation. .. I . .. -- -LlTor Medicine, will. be etnt, abeolulely free o| tl
Teacher' and pupil were thrown together u In addition to_making It a thorough To Relieve the Cable of Repeated\ I The Illustrated arc limp, a German roll DRUO Mention M'tu00.s1vim thl Twjwr St.,Addm.IrrUA&AUento, *. ,
by accident, and this la one of Mit,en-Like Brush. newspaper, he has won 'a reputation Shocks invention, la specially noteworthy, ,.on I

:Interesting" features of the story; --- thro \glllt columns as the original and The constant plugging and pulling on the score of Its strong and simple construction }

+ 'Some' time previous Miss Hypatia Were It not for time perspiration oily Indian humorist Eye-r7,week his the cable chain of a boot at anchor In the long& period, of burning
Boyd of Milwaukee who was deaf thrown off 'by the human cuticle the paper contains a humorous and.geotlysatlrlc'al a somewhat rough sea Is very great.
and had only a limited power of speech", palm of the hand would make an column of comment on Indian and when maintained for any great

z applied to tbe Institution. for permission Ideal bat brush for rubbing up a slight- Territory politics prepared .In the length; of time seems! to have a weakenIng I
to.enter for tbe' purpeae-of learning* form of a letter and signed "Fps effect on the chain links, which
i' now. to .teecb the deaf and dumb. It +tY'a
Flxlco. These letters are written In part under the severe atress. The boat
) la Dot' the function of the school .to the dialect used by the Indians who Is, not only thereupon put 10'gre t
Impart this class of education, but thus far bare not accustomed themselves I
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1 finally an arrangement was made by to the-Idioms of the. English --- ;
t which she was allowed to do as she l made Immediate
language, They on $
.wished: bit from the time of their first appear.-:

Being endowed with a wonderful pee, and today they are reprinted as AMMUNITION -
ty, amount of' energy she entered enthusiastically soon as published in the Journal by
on the course that was especially almost every paper In Indian Territory Ia ftUIt"used eft1'yWhfte Ie tbe
world wherever. the .unle to.d.rba. r''
prepared for her. Soon after and Oklahoma. Ills commentson .?Iven way to the breech loader.
,, this, the and condition 'j e Wausau L ._ J the Statehood situation have attracted It mile in tbaera t.n4 beat 8
'girl was brought to the -nctice of the CONVENIENT: HAT BBtTSH.y especial attention and have lopped cartrldlleia. .... a aThuu

superintendent, and'he at once decided done much to establish the Indian in .aecoinh,for the ...U..t7. of 8
to take her In and pla.ceher In the disordered silk hat but to th'o fine the opinion that he should have a State Its prodectL ,
,care of Miss Boyd. plush used in the manufacture of the wherein he may control.! T.II year..a...... U. M...C." .... d
.'This was In Februa 'J'. 1002. Atthe; headgear the moisture of' the band lalaastrous. Leading Cberokee. politicians express: I toe alts. w hat ILI.4'ree.Tltl P.
time that she entered the Institution The curves of the band CatalOC
themselves Us. being 1n favor of UII" Metalllo
Ce.NDCI.PORTr .
r the 'pI knew only eight signs that, seem to fit Into those of the high! hat ishing tbe office of editor"of the : Cartrld cON.' 't

r to per veiled mind Indicated anything. to a nicety, and a Baltimore bat-maker1 okee-Advocate'published at abol'l .......or. ala Dr.........,.. ,'

''T._. *_P... end.frrt permit that oI."_l-tlm.n'__ ___ NEw: OKRM4N: ABO LAlIi'I I J... 'r.rlr. L1ty. .. !e"'.

:. wtw.wwlrs. tUan journal to pass Into history as It without attention and the uniform distribution I
: is claimed It has filled Its of usefulness the t t
scope of light. The lamps can
t+d'A. F 1p'1,' and IB a needless burden upon be used singly on any voltage from RlpansTabulesare

tike funds of the Cherokee. Tbe Cher 100 to 300 volts, or in sorlos.' About
, the best dr.pepslamet1lc1ne +S
Nth
1a okee-Advocate Is the only-paper in Indian 800 of them were unpil, for lighting/
tAw,; N f 1. ,t ,tN Territory printed in the Indian the Dusseldorf' Exposition. The light I V-A Jrtar ever made.
A. bunlh'C'd'millions
language. At one time It was a great 4itzL1Evae from tln>Hc lamp' II'mild I 1 to be especially sly
\ ? \,' paper'among tbe full bloods, but during adapted for photography, surgery .- I 48u of them have been sd'
d the past two years It has been cut etc. sold In the United
N i I IcS ga \ r .3 down In size, and the expenses of run '' : ANOBOn Of SUDDEN BTBAlNS.danger States in a single
'Ifs ib ? ,t 2.., l'y YoANljwt,,, ning- !It ate' very great The salariesof -- Cattle-Slaughtering Gun. year. Every !11I0... I

it A tl"' iN, pAMFa\, ae :,k1'' rsN "i d, 4 ;, 1r.I u+ : ry, ,q y';;{tx f Nt 4 '" l 9 the office force. It is contended, are but there has been sustained -- arising from a disordered stomach Is- t

S r ItJ r tvs not sufficient to justify good newspaper the loss of tbe author:>and part of 'A German > men In taking charge of It, there- tho cable which Is often a matter of Invented a cattle-slaughtering gun common Is It that diseases'! originate,

fore the Idea ,of passing It Into his very considerable moment An anchor which provides a flreapm for the killing from the stomach it may be safely asserted *
: tory. has been recently placed on the of eatUe./ The weapon drives a boltCATrLESLAUOHTERINO .there! is no condition' of ill
_ ,. market the design of which Is Mid to health thi.t! will not 'be benefited or
a wI I -
_ Not In the Bible. overcome this danger by offering a cured by the occasional use of Illpana ,

There are a number of sentence! yielding connection tw't'n'the anchor 'Tsbulei. Physicians know them and

not v In the Bible which everybody and tbe cable chain, which connection speak: highly of them. All drugglata. i

: EVA IIALLIDAY. ANIT1IKR TEACHER.To ., thinks are 'there" said a clergyman. absorbs all sudden or undue sell them. The-fffca-cent! package, la
c' "The chief of these*sentences is: 'He strain and increases the life 'of the Fi' .. .enough for an ordinary! occasion and ;J.

4 u.trateh tempers the wind to tbe, ..horn lamb. chain and anchor by a very great deal. tbe family Bottle, sixty: cent., contains f,
blowing of the breath hail taken advantage of this tact to I hollow a household supply for One '
You would search the Bible pretty; The shank of the anchor is a year.
) 'over the back other, hand was taken make a convenient brush. This '
'.*' very thoroughly before you would find that and Its Interior is divided Into three fIe... 2- generally gives relief within twenty
n'", to mean that she was about to take a Is a bag-like construction made of sentence In it- Where you .would findIt partitions. Through the centre of the minutes \:tN

o.n: ''railway; trip and this was but one of suitable quality' of plush and largo. would be In Sterne's 'Sentimental hollow shank Uierft extends! a-rod with '--<< .. ,k1 q qRELIANCE" };
several nnlquo. methods adopted tot --
0 enough to fit over the hand like a mitten Journey.' two perforated pistons one on each -4&1&
t 1'" reach her mind. in which manner It Is used, a. "Sterne gets a good deal of praisefor side of the central partition These u ;M
:The child's education began by the shown In the cut. Having performedIts the origination of this sentence, chambers are filled with oil to take up I
t ;i use of the manual alphabet generally functions the device folds Into t .
matter of sudden stress by acting'aran "
but it was originated, as a the shock of a and still In a'l
but particularly; by any meaolbl. three parts, one overlapping the other fact, before be was born. In a collection'of elastic cushion. On opposite : OUS. I
which Itwas thought best to' convey and fit into the leadWaterproof -
*-snugly the pocket two !
French proverbs published aides of the .bank are auxiliarypistons thufu-
the meaning of words and things Into the brain of the animal \\t
< 1504 Cull 'Dleu meanro le vent working In chambers slmllaiy
In we ,
fording by means of a longitudinal ;
r Prom: .the first the child seemed.to be perforation /SO.
? 'strangely drawn to her teacher who A Screen :.Han2 r. a la breblst odue.' That convicts to the one described, but of smaller held a path for the powder gases i
Sterne of plagiarism. dimensions. All three pistons are ,
wouldtake her delicate band In her ---_ Into the brain cavity. This producesa
.. :-own. .Anaen.' sundry patting and-clapping Screens a-household necessity death.' Everybody things that Is In springs which, carry them back to animal. The enlarged rear end of the a' "
the hot season of the yet In Is In the after each disturbaace :,"Ir!
It
:signs were.spelled Into her mind. year many the Bible. It isn't, though; their proper places bolt fits In the barrel of the firearm j
cases, a source of muchlnoon.enlencefrom Service. '- *. Oiled ClotKlnrf 'Ii!
Burial
'.;Abox;! : ,of objects"would be spread .; whilst tbe tapering front part thereof
the trouble they In their M read.* : of tbe perforated sow
cause That be who runs maT TnlsIs By the operation : CIa nu.owow
through fut.ened'
.out on the table. The blind girl 'would passes a cap removably
handling when the house Is to be closed sentence supposed wrongly and the auxiliary pistons a .. '
another pistons "
..
take up one of them and be allowed to on the barrel, and which servesas -sea srwy.w.a
tel it over and over again. Then Miss to be ';Blbllcal. It 1..not Biblical, complete cushion Is obtained, and yet a stop for the bolt. rwra- ..-c
,dl- .iBOTQ, world Spell tAe or.the 01 though the Bible baa something very the parts are of sufficient! strength to j A 1 T.wot to.aeassatat3J.wwrnrn.twrw.a...-.
f'Ject,' ;: Into_the hand other.charga.Levl 1! like It namely; .That h* may run that stand the wearjBn4.teartovfJ>lcl _they -IN'lUItPUBLIctYE: l jI

F" ',-eral, other objects ,would be similarly readetiu* >_-._ taro put. Such a device will be of great
? 'Created when the girl would commence 'Prone to sin as tbe sparks fly up- value to the smaller craft along the '

+ -over, again and ,spell back the signs, ward.' The Bible nowhere contains. sea coast and especially which to a great a The Watkins Boy'rHay Press >*
fishing boats are compelled
those words many
showing that she understood what she %
.beld In her hand j 'A nation shall be born in a day.: 'to anchor In exposed places at WSW WWV** ' ,et'a,1' THE MARVEL OF THE COUNTKT. ',
to that in the good times.
By' artifices of her own. Miss Boyd The nearest thing ,
"Wa"-able to Impart the rudiments of r Book: is, 'Shall a nation' be born at A Dcllcmt Compliment. ,,,' 1.IIIY, I'N' ,7t1'n 114,

-an education. For Instance the child once?' "Philadelphia Record.To A French/ correspondent whp.Aea been Is wt + ? .
was uu&bt'to"underatand.i that. the '
j Bi ;touch ,of the>hand' on' the cheek alg- ; ......rial. State of tho L...*. traveling In Turkey tells an amusing B \
the authorities In Salon- 1 .
of high ,
r Unified: "good and by raising the : Draw in ai much breath as you'con' atccy j1hk ;al tHq
.; ,arm of the pupil and pulling 1C forward renleutly can, then count .. long as lea. It came to'their. knowledge. that 11 1 (I) \
? with several up ,and ,down mo I possible in a slow and audible voice the representative of an Important ierf'14t. } j eYi Two toy caD operate It'(no other power needed
Paris newspaper (which may here be )and bale the erop In the field at lee "ry
called La Journee) was on his way to of.therthing... and ..... ... ".
veyed. She has a sign to indicate the number; of seconds>must be carefullynoted. : only e Writ
Salonlca and that be bad been Instructed ui al once for olroular Mo, III. hi19, ,
presence, of certain other girls, the In a consumptive the time does I'',
_ to record precisely what he ,1'r e E E LOWE $
f sense of- touch and smell aiding her not exceed: ten. and Is frequently less ; + r COv < Atlanta Georgia, "r.

In this respect. than six seconds; In pleurisy and pneuymonla beard and sent saw.for Immediately a hundred copies the authorities of I 114 --aTayOOOP> A.OKMTB W A.ITJtJ-.s :;

rl: Prartlcally all of this work: was ae- u it ranges from nine to four aec- Journee and when tbe correspondent The Gnat Baat ana :

.ye "mpllsbed In the ;first four months A HKW BC8KBM.HAMPER.: onds. When the lungs are sound the La .at last ,arrived he was amazed to t ,taaasl4el ACROSS LOUISIANA ,1
'k that, au' remained!'fn the Institution. time will range: as high as from twentyto ; : ,in.hops. th onUr* 1L.fl D

;4. w speaking of the' progress' ,oft her"pupil for the night or in case of a sudden thirty-fire seconds.' To expand theInhgo .see Turks." wherever squatting be went on doorsteps, with their h r'''k' ,bt\Y\ + Yy. ofo U
,; ""n ,.uta'.Bo7d said;' \ storm. Much la claimed for the screen ,, go Into the air stand: erect, of La Journey
r"' ,"I, never 'forget the beautiful bead and shoulders, eyes fixed upon a copy t ;
-ST can hanger shown herewith. It is said to throw back the X11d [
Penny.
.d change) that came to her countenanceS keep screens always closed-make and draw in the air through the nostrils -Golden ,

>.*+ when she was freed -front her prison. them fly tight, never stick, blow'off or as much as po.slble.fter bar- Omlus sad,Ixms Hair.. pl ra

.. \ At first her' thoughts,'as reflected In get loose. They are easily removed to Ine-then filled the' lungs/'raise your Zangwill' TL1fAa /ACI C
:4' her race were of.an Indescribably sad clean windows and aa easily put on by arms, still extended: and suck: in. the Israel says: "There are ?as 'Jaq s,
''t4; and pathetic nature, but from Uw.'day: the: amateur'' band', requiring no professlonal air.. 'When you.have ,thus forced the three reasons why men of genius havelong
r"" .' "that taught her' ber first worth she band in the first place. They artn. 'bac"ward) with,the chest open. hair .'.One,1s that they forget It wLwi Y

f:; 4 began*.to look ,out on 'the world with are quite, Inexpensive., too Gne"dollar change the process) by; which you draw II growing. The second Is that they
'affection an intelligence,' and even .a.t till the lungs arR like ,H. The third! Is that It comes '.
l'; :.an ,' buying' of/ bangers for twelve In,your breath 1
' J cheaper They wear it long for the VBOVBLS TO aaewsa ...mo... .
: -a keen: sense of Joy; that d.I41Jne'. heart screens:, emptied.. Go through, the process several ': tilt-av. .t1..ahorteel. &0... Shrovoyort U.tejlee. ,
;. ,good to see.,,. And :'It la this and other 'times tl day; and It"will''enlarge' same reason that they wear their hats 1 ? Write for .... Wok o. Teye*.raa..i,
this 1 N1AIC4'b 1. TV".&, G... ... .. ...PeJUi.Te. .
r long. Owing to peculiarity of P. f a*
Some girls _
things that convince me that Eva baa waste a Jot 'of time.lookIng the hestlgtTeth; ) lungs.b: !play, +
___r;; I')ij: a mission to fulfill fn this world. .In a for the Ideal man when there are a >nd,Serve Vrr bi.cl* to ward on 'eon.mnntion . genius yon may, get jtte a reputation, ,r Give the' name -ef this'paper.whan .

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SERMON MR SJJNDAYii : ] portunity shall some time understand -_ ._ t ". .- UaIUd.States Hare's., '

', ( ._, I .' a specific Zoo ens.'are- come to*tire kingdom- for Typhoid ;?evsr.Tbe'averAge'tbortalfty''fre. The United Stated the greatesthorseproducing' WD.IIout D'RAII'ED: OUT
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>t'typbeldfever country In Ih.' world.
ENTITLEd TG ,
ELOQUENT DISCOURSE \ ,
AN vdved<
'A, SUPREME OPPOWTUNITtVThe : + the chance* too miautely. life itself ia a lean as In Juropel!: ..dtte't.'J'b.: cities agencies are coming into 'competitionwjth NwhriU.xwifwiM: alined -, r'JIMS' .

.. tewardahip. Duty constrains us-to-pay in.the Cnlted.fltates which suffer most tor andare' '' ,<
I
out horses ,
its many purposes
Con.Uai energies in proportion to obligations ,Chicago .rwr-- % pp *%*P' .
*
fVoelrkJa Washington '
Kev.
Preaeb.srtntrtatainglyo. and from tbe disease, are Are Most Women In Summer : '
opportunities Sometimes the. whole belng substituted for'horl... In ,,
!: ; tblassbaUag3ib. price must be paid down at But if Boston--Philadelphia, aDd Providence I, rer(4 y'r.d. X Jat't.. ...., IIP.runa

t', lloal Komanee of Kthr,.S.lu. TnarOpportunities lif. be held\ at the disposal of oJ ft Vill'J ,-ia. tear order.*" 'I" many others It.'Is proper for us to it a Tonic ef ....'w **" */'V <>.' **.e **.. '

__I.fely.- J make little difference whether it be paid consider what It 1s wise to do in order ct SMy ...t t*..v*' ./' ''- ii.-

New YORK CITT.-Sunday: morning he a in installments: or at one payment Life 'to sIN Mewa**. ..... ,| that there .ball'aot be too serious losses ,Efficiency.. ..... .... ... ..,.H4 N z.....

Rev Corneliu Woelfkin.,'minister of ahe way pooa..IOI1.that, but we elect we must whether surrender it shall any)be) The reader*of this paperwill pleated 11 In' an Industry -aa great.aa> it Is J "f'lp.r f p ..... 1 r.aLiy did es.tr
may
Greene Avenue Baptist Church had fra! his Invested in eternal treasure squandered teen that there la least-ton. dreaded dlaaaae widespread and Interesting! ..A'r.w I Irteow...... dp.rg amp ,esU .,..
''subject "A Supreme Opportunity Hi that aolenoe has been able to e.reo.u ec1 .... Adob.,1
rothe did wet
gratification. years a.ob.. horses 'VDl mmd If J
sesy
bia Either Catanh.UaU'a Catarrh
chose u text iv: .lit "Who It.stagee. and that Is
knoweth whether thou art come to the (both Ether.threatened waG shut death.up to two coursers and Our Is the,oaJy positive eure now knows State*"'were' Valued &t'el ..a' hundred Aed .....___. e", .' .-'"

kingdom for such a time as this?" -JdrrWoelflun nessrwould mean to be Silence overtaken and in mere the the medloal fraternity. Catarrh being; a constitutional million dollars. Business depression ........... 01.4' ....tl, Life es a

said: .,. general m_.... Attempt at salvation .disease Halt's OatarrhCnretstaken aeon.Utotionaltreatment. Inter together with the comyeUtlbfTand substitutions wet wetA 11M'.11'.... ',' .. .. ..." S. '

Th. hi.toryof Esther.is' .a fascinating coudldbbut anticipate death by a few days, aettngdireetlyupontk.blood.nd DOlo.urf referred to depreciated tWi! keep "'' '
aally,
romance. Every chancing soens In the the chance at .u_... There is .. 'IIre.w4 twe'a
_. _of the th..bydro' .. .......
stock than halL But'therehas A .
is a jrraphic illui.tratiori'of the not much more one-
panorama room for choice. Death ia the .1.tem. .
.... .
. nod
the foundation givingthe ,....
lug Wit
of Ood. w.ler.ws.wdlesse
providence It trace the transition wont that can come and that will come building the ooafUtutlon been,an appreciation' within a few .
from obaovit'.to.romioence) ;. from either way. Esther said "If I perish, I patient and atrengtn vesting by nature in up years, owing to business) revival and ssylkMg,said 1 sty v.rr p.....d t
to power. The scene P rish.:: This is .ynonymotal taithia '
weakness open. with thoseexpreuioh. .
work. The proprietor have so muck the .aJUe !. set*tfc*>l,_-out..sasd.seese
-showing. Either-an orphan girl! belonging mad. by the martyr spirits of< ensuing prosperity, so that ,
Hundred
that offer One ...
curative they seed J Maw Wer
to a captive and despised race. Naturally! history.. It is the only attitude and expression power that'It falls to ears of the horses In the country had risen __.. -/ -*
Dollar for *
every door of influence would be closed to that will fit the supreme crisis and bend for list of testimonials.any eaa Address than two hundred million dollar paC_ ..... tf/e, l'.tc. .r*>*4

her. Alone in the world dependent upon opportunity. In just suck situations Moses ...J. Casual Co., Toledo 0.. more last .../...,........ Tr.asie A'NMw.i I
a cousin's bounty the horizon of bet: life said, VBlot me, -X pray thee one of the Bold b,rugglsts, 7So. at the end of the fiscal year June, ..
waa lianited--lIer chief endowment was book which thou host written" Jeans'! said Ball's Family Pills are the bast. 1903. from what the value was at the ..J.I
beauty, and that aa the world floe, i* "I hold not My life of any account. dear low-water 'mark referred to<-From
likely to become a snare of evil than unto Myself.. I to die."-.W hoever
more am ready -oj ,Ml.. Im X..I_.
benediction ofgcoA. Vet, behind this mission like John CUlmer Speed's. "The Horse In
a : i goes must the'great IN'v
humble, modest life there working the ; the early Christians, take his life in his i Mexico Is rapidly becoming America"' tn the September Century. .
might wisdom and love of God. 'The' hinds. It is only\ along that pathway thatealvatigq est of mining-countries. hundred, ,. .
----- -
F jueen'i throne I i. em) tJ'.. ,,The royal crown lies. ,It is a great price- but often -" and sixty-four new mine were registered .
is waiting some one who may plenty the paid for an inferior purpose. Heroism. in one month recently. Of these Tourist: Past and Present.Traveling .

mood of the-King. Thousands of gentle sake for-life a* the price of patrioti.m.me cold. like novel-writing. Is but f
blood dream of the Queen' place a* and freedom. Ambition demands nineteen were gold forty-eight ; e
acme of all ambition. But the proridencet life for- reputation and honor. ?Convenience and ,silver while only,forty-eljfht .produced modern form ,of, activity, saysAc

-t>f Jehovah ha. reserved the 'place for and progress do not hesitate to accept no precious metaL' .*" nes Reppller In the October Llppln- .s 1
,
Esther"the orphaned'J.wisb girl., life aa a price. Our bridges, buildings cott's;' 'and tourists, like novelists, -
This cam divine power seeks to mold and tunnels are built with the cost of life* sofearful tate.ot
every life. The circumstances and conditions Shall we, then, murmur at the missionarywho ,Alas are Increasing'at ,, a ray peStiie/Yelsgn

that environ us may not seem orom is willing to risk fever and riot in thenteresta ';Will let me kiss''y<*T" "** speed that foreign countries and library ,
ising. But what are these with God? of eternal salvation? .When examples -' you shelves b.d'. fair to be' equallyoverrun.
strength i* made perfect in weakness.i; The of self-devotion, into the perspective ' They, sat side by aide In tba'elo&n. time when .
There gool
was a
vast majority of men and women who have of history we applaud the martyr lug, quite close to each other yet'not .TOSEml'4E MORRIS. 2M Carroll .'.
made the molds of history were those spirit. God help us.to value and covet it ao close but-that It might have bran men looked askance both, upon the tJ re whom God providence brought from obscurity when near at hand. .- page of table and upon those far coun "P_ is a fine medicine to take &
and lowly conditions. Your way ia Esther went with fear and trembling, possible to becloser. The lUll, had tries' where'' reality was straflger than time of the year but I have foand it espeeaalr
nothid from the Almighty. There is a bat not cowardice. Heroism i* not fool gone down behlnd-.Jthe western hll', helpful to withstand the wear ando
i place held vacant for your flllm That hardy. To go forward in the face of danger and the faint shadow of twilight was .romance. 'I was onee In Italy myself; ... the hot weather. I have taken it

place is aa honored and dignified as any despiteear, ia true courage. Paul confesses the pious Roger'' Ascham; now Jar two summers, and feel that it baa
royal throne because-it/is divinely ap ministered in Corinth with much weak. beginning to suggest' Itself in the re- there apt my system free from malaria and.
'but thank God abode '
''
pointed. The *t$p. leading thereto may Deis, fear and trembling, but beneath all cosset; of the hill*. my' also kept me,iron having that worn-out,
seem to be contingencies accidenta fortuitous waD the splendid heroism of self-devotion. rie was patient. He said to himself but nine days. Nine days seem a leah dra gd-set look luch so aaaay women a
I ,.
chance, and through the mood of *!/ I 'perish"-but such a.spirit cannotperish. >allowance""for Italy:, Even the husi- hays. ered that the depreeeioa of not ...u.- '
other persons.. But U there be the spiritof It may seen, < to fall in seU-ancri- he would wait' .. nese-Ilke traveler'who "I therefore have no hesataaey in saying and the ,rigor they have beea in th..
faith to tru.t Him diligence to discover fiDe, but it does not perish. Some heroes She old not answer, but looked out now acampen'more that I think it ia the finest tome ia the. .habit of attributing to malaria! juiekly:

liis will and readiness to obey He will of faith come out unscathed from conflict Into the clear' sky and tIS! fleecy Americano' over Europe ,wont world.i.-) Josephine Morria. disappear when they: use Perua. lltisP, ia
bring us to the place and position moat they are, delivered from the edge of the to deal m'o..e generously with this Statatre.t Psnna is frequently used. a* a roitiga- why Peraaa ia so popular with them. ,Prruna
suited for our eternal. profit and glory. No i force of violence and power of clouds as they sailed along the horlcon. land In Ascham's then of the effect of hot weather. Whet a provides clean saueoua membranes

one else may. atep into..pur place, until we, .wordbtb. are atoned, sawn asunder andkilled. .. Of what was she thinking, -he But Roger bath ia to the skin Parana ia to the mu- and the else mucous. nembrsaee" the,I
through unbelief ana disobedience have But they do not parish.-!The martyrs wondered as he eat.there Was It of time nine .days wou-d hardly .haie emm DI-ea. Bathing keep the akin u_ .
forfeited the privilege of its occupancy torn by Monsoon the Roman arena : permitted a glimpse at the wonders healthy Peraaa makes, tAt macous snembraae "I you do not derive prompt and satisfactory '
victorious 'love' and paaalonate longings, and desires clean and With the skin resnlu from the use of Peraaa
+ Every life has its own unique endow were as U Daniel who way de- healthy. '
and fearfully
ment. Success or failure depends upon the ivered. The witnesses who burned at fully met? But never mind 'whatIt from which he, so swiftly and mocooa membranes ia good working write at one to Dr. liartssaa.-givinr a '

manner in which w* hold thesepoesea- Smithfield were as triumphant as the three wu, be would nol hurry here He withdrew." order bet weather ease be withstood with full statement of your case, and K* will be

eion. If we hold them selfishly to profitourselves men who could not be burned by the sevenfold would wait.. ; very tittle jsonenag.FV pleased to" give you his valaabl" edvioearatia.
Nebuchadnezzar's bathiaa- with aa occasional uwhorrors . '
heat of furnare. withal they turn into
tion. But if they be held in trust as corrup a sacred The Huguenots who fell on St. Bartholomew's The distant call 'ot'the 'owl was The Real -Thing. of Pause is ear to mitigate the Address T*. Hariman. President of..TheTIartman '

stewardship used for the furtheranceof Day were no less conquerors than heard and along the lane to the 'dis. Virginia Rosamond Josephine' our of .hot weather. llaay Udiae have diseoT- Sanitarium, Columbus, O. ,'

Rea_pu the bringing of His .Toehua's army. Christ did not perish: on tance colored mall from the far" south, jt -
came a procession of cows, home t :
kingdom twill torn out eternal treasures the cross. Paul did pot perish in Rome. the proud possessor of a rhinestone ,1CIlf .' : w1
Our temptation is to discredit our Telemachus did not perish in the Roman from the pasture. TUB MEAN: : THING. .

d possession and opportunities. But we may arena. Such dying "ia the highway to life For a long time they sat thus In belt buckle, which. her mistress brought Miss .PuePerdu*-Of' course, I'm i (1d .r:; '

not despise the day of email thing*. and power. deep silence, until she turned her eyesto her home from Paris not long since. conceited enough'to think" Vas ,
not "
The asked the forfeited lives of i '
Esther had only personal beauty to com Queen Teddy asked her the other day- '
mend her at first. This is not a gift despised jer people. She was related to them and his wondering: questioning. ** I the ,.most popular girl In- school but + -
by Satan in hi. a a sufferer with them. From their aide she "Well?" he asked at.last. Will you?" "Are they real diamonds.; 'OlnnyT the other girls ,were always wanting $5,000 aBANKDEPOSrr I

soul; then why should it be discredited aa was moved with compassion. From her And she gathered herself up and prepared "No indeedy" eke replied with, % to kiss me. .>' .', ,- rmrdatC.m.wnSQuI
I she obtained deliverance. _- :
a power for! good The lad had only five gueenlpposition toss of her woolly pompadour., "Dey'ereal '
loaves alia two fishes but, consecrated to This is'the object of all mediation Our to Je.... Miss'Bharpe-Perhaps It wu on account uouw/wwu/ BusufsacouuL-Irr\ : : ....,:
Ilis service, they fed{ the multitude and Saviour as the man Jesus is touched with "It Is too late-now!" she said.- grindstones. Missy fetched 'cm of that little mustache oa your'
the feeling- of'our infirmities. A the exalted to me from ParadUet"! -October Ldp"plncott's. -
more. It all turns upon whether we are October Smart! Set.Honesty lip:-Philadelphia, Pews '
using our endowment in the interest of Lord He intercede to supply our tipper &
need according to Hi riches Tin glory. The Avery CompanyAVERY
self and by the energy: of belt, or whetherwe ; ---- -
privilege of ia granted to us, that
are living and working in co-operation prayer '
with Him and for Ilia glory. The form ofa from the human side we may feel the burden ef Solomon. SXRAIGBEfT TO THE SPOTthe ruccastlons: TO M

life will vary. Ood does not duplicate of human sorrow and woe, and ao be 'The brilliant portrait palntert Solo ,& MCMILLAN. v
and make all lives to conform to a lits pat- pressed into an intercession for divine wet backs eased. back lees Be began to gain.
mon J. Solomon used to tell the story Aching are Hip. pain was Bl-na loath :
cor.. In our weskness we are tempted to Foreyth say. Atlanta, Gat
tern. There waeavaat difference between ,
the captive maid that served In Naaman' abuse ( at carte blanche of Our Lord. how on one occ'aeton during the ..Royal. and loin palna .OYeroome, .. Swelling and r.. today a well boy'; M lIfo saved by ALL KINDS OtisMACHINERY-' .

borne and the orphan captive who mountedthe Salome, who received the same overture Academy vam'lshlng days, one of the limbs, rheumatism and dropsy sign. Down'sK1dne. Pills Ki.-V received .
MILLS the
Persian throne but it the earnsGod from a king as did Esther, asked the deathof vanish. ItcDoiJts ,
who worked in each. was John the Baptist. Many a petition of his fellow-artists mistook; him for a I free trial of pUls. They did me great

i Th. orphan girl became the bounteous 'prayer would,end in death if granted. But crfrpenter and tried to force a shilling They ,correct urine with brick-dust good.<< I had bladder trouble compelling

? queen. She enjoys the honors and emoluments no carnal selfish supplication will receive Into his reluctant h&D4.with. .a i sediment", high colored,,excessive, pain . me to get up often during night Now i,

of royalty. Banquets are )held in her the indorsement the Lord Christ and genial. "You are the man who washed I passing, dribbling frequency. Doan's I sleep well t DO p..baln neck of bladder' _

t honor and a retinue of servants minister consequently fail. "' Kidney Pills dissolve and remove calculi 'pain In back is alsoheadache.JMO. .-,
not? Mr. gone
Then to the'banquet Its picture, are you
we come scene. my' I '
to her continually: Can she .upport-the i _
Relieve I HrT.1.NAMC. y
and gravel : .
heart.palplu.
i dignity thus thrust'upon her Will adulation most suggestive.' Only the hasten and Solomonanswered' : "No sir; It was,
flattery and vanity enervate her two guests, nut what issues tremble in the the plher'maa. "You may keep.the I tion, aleeple.weest J headache, nervous . ,
.
r mlancee.. Esther is under sentence' of
soul's ability, or will she strong and ness. fta
grow "
the
potent for good amid opportunities? Only' death. The dark hour ia drawing nigh hlllng for your honesty replied I } aiBBSBeBIBM B BdMaM,

trial can answer such queries, and that laman. the prime minister, is in. flee: ;he generous artist and.:,thls,shilling ,has i TKU.Crrr;Ian=r I received the free
enough. 'From the outer world i.' succeeding most raarvv'ouily. Yet'in trial of Doan's Pills.' Mdnseuwo
comes soon been preserved by the R. A. with Kidney They are
she hear the lamentation of her kindred one day all ia suddenly: reversed. The " "
I had awful In
splendid I aa pain my
Queen becomes the author of life.and Ha- great cue.IIOBS &
people. Mordeeai. her cousin, i* in sack r '1
the left
back on taking the pills pain
. elotn and mourning and'would not be man is sent to the gallows built bar another ; wwi
and I feel like a
right a newman.
me
in the
comforted. All the SUOCCM may.be upon us very away
with far jj'ba(could captive it 111.au are? ,wailing If--she darkest hour while failure maybe dog- ' ?N'S .CHOICE. .- Stephen Bchaefer: '

bad only been party to the conference betwe.n Ring[ the tracks of the most lightsome GliNt (In cheap restaurant)-Well, Mrs. ABDIB ANDREWS.: It P. D.No. 1.BBODEBAD _
heart. Righteousness seems to be worsted Reliable rrlek Englnea, pollen allies
her royal husband and the prim. Wen writes I receivedthe ,
waiter what hare got s
in the'conflict with evil. Good meanuresseem yon .
_minister prince she would lure understood. I free trial of Doan's Kidney Pills with l ;o. $ Wheat Separators..
to fail, evil ones to triumph. Srrumlous Walter-Beefsteak and flsh-but '
If ehe could see all the cjsrks} writing the .
to the wall, while much benefit 'My little nephew ..a..doring' .
honesty goes srrATg.
of death which hurried the ,
sentence were being fish Is all out Which you have?
trickerY and fraud are crowned with success. &errtb1y.with kidney trouble per
throughout the empire she would have : Mod tto r
t known. She seems tcLlIe nempt. Does Virtue is eeeminitly strangled: : and Chicago: News.yiTSoermanentl ,from scarlet fever__Two doctors failed r.a.,a.rM H.T.!ifs :

R she not dwell in the palace? But the vice is robed with royalty And we nee to help) him and be finally went '..intospasms. :- :-1 =..MaYiwa- -- w.1$.44raa a..p.L. .
a blackness overshadows her eventhere.. tempted to b* envious at-the prosperity of GU Ills 'father gave bimirDoan's! ;J .
' No circumstance or condition can abut it the picked. But w. may not pass. judg' '", :v mired. or.nervoue--'. t Kidney: Pills and from the secondd dose'' IsOEDIOAI.REPEATING : ADVICE ...&..
out. The court of Persia permitted ment until the Irene is seen. There will ness after tint dav's use of Dr. KII" Brent
no one .
..
wearing sack cloth that of rome a day when rithtemtsnesn shall flourish Nervenestorer.tatrlal bottle and treatise i
A symbol the IIOITOWand and evil perish. The plots of the Dr.R.H. Kii.,Lt4..IS1 Arch 8t., Plalla.,P., l
to enter
mourning royal -
.precincta. world's'''Hsmans, Herds and Judasea all BEST.IDrROYEDSAWMILL'ONEAITILLarge
,{
They would not be disturbed by f
who to take: more
There are people seem
I painful reminders of Jif.'. sorrows,' But I Tiiscarry. Sin and and truth evil rot have at the the qualityof core.Righteousness interest in our affair than we do .our- Engines and Beller* .upplles)

even the royal purple can neither Ignore
not nor shut escape out-bjcJiiding them. The tragedies and ignoring of lif.them.are Ate right moment Esther not only )1 no.Wlnalow'.RoothlngSyrnp for children Circular .awsaaw.Te.thPatenl Dege.Steam ;

've can build-no barrier that will prevent stated the plot but named the adversaryand teething soften the gums,reduce Inflammation Oovernora. Full line Engine *V'

their invasion. : enemy-this wicked Hainan. It -was ,allays pain cures.*wind eollo.! 25o.a bottle Mill Supplies..Send for free Catalegwe.SlBiultaBSoa '
crisis; when ,
i
The an awful crisis. It always a RIFLES ,
; Redeemer of the world did.lI'o' ignore
the decisive of
to- law
them. contending principles come Self-preservation is the first nature
lie did not isolate Himself
from human but struggle. In every soul there is a Haman and most women tryto look; well pre-
woe through suffering who seeks the betrayal and destruction. of No wharyour preferences 'about a rifle ,
became aerved. matter -
Paviour
a sin, bringing am '
t+ glory out.of the forJri..inf / and the spiritual life. In our conflict with this of models ..SAW MILLS!w
1 suffering evil self there come a time when we must lam sure Pleo'.Our.for Ooasnmptloa savel some one the eight different Winchester
planting the light of hope amid, the the foe. No salvation ,.three years a o.-Mas. TKOHAS)to.. calibers suitable
in In
be specific naming will suit Winchester Rifles arc made with feces V.lnnal Lo.ram.
shadows of death. If Esther seek to nave comes mom generalities. This adversaryand saams,Maple St..Norwich.N.T...".b.n.WO. you. ..- .*>tWorkSM" her life alone ah*"will lose it. But if in wear different names in rV for shooting any came, from rabbits to grizzly bears*j ji Vsrlable Feed Works. are ...
may
'I enemy
', seeking to saw other she 'lose it she shall Some believe in making others
men Milled for *
bur disposition. -It may 'be pride,< envy, do with and In styles and .weights. Whichever model / aooDBAOV :.OWdv.:
aye it. We cannot in a time of epidemic J bitterness worldliness, ete.1Vba.teVt'utJDIIJI' ipect them even if they hsvf to it i many ; you ivy ace SASBOversano ,
,
,fulne think* of will ourselves. fatalr alone. Individual.- care- jealousy moment; oftaexecuE one_ a club. "" select, you can count:oq_Its_being well .made.and. finished.j desertptlve elreulare.WORKS.WInntoii-amlesaJ MenvfaeiaredBO'SALKU .

x el Then- came-prove a moment of despair .to ruin and waits the Juan TINT BurrEa' COLOa m.katopof : ,reliable In action and a strong, accurate shooter. "
Esther If we wonld ear our lives,:families, cities the market butter.
.
What she do than oth- fdlE. ry
can more 4 )
and the world most deal uncompromisingly Grfat.NgL.e.Mu..loswWINCHcSTtN ,
, "' .. we -
? She
l had .not been called into the Haman who ia if RCPEATINO AMY CO. NEW HAVEN. CONN.
lung's. with the particular It's all fight to have a hobby you keep
for whole' month.
And
I presence a Not until HamaDSOt" '
destruction. .
working
to it to yourself. .
I
venture LAZYLIVEB
unbidden( death
might mean to the gallows can life stand aettlre.na..in. 4
She '
had.her 'limitations. ,.Even her position II wired. the opportunity T
s eeemed unequal to the need. Her privileges Either finds supreme reward. L. DOUGLAS
at risk. a great W.
fell I great NO MORE.
.hort. It U A grave clerk. write the of lifo more .: the "nes .
The I
ertsi5 shadow message Good PillsAyer's Oasissite see d t weaiM bs
ever brings the of'despair 'tbev wrote the sentence of ! '"l . '
There rapidly than !3. & SHOESrZ .1"a. _s.s s l wUkK >
' ant problems that confront every death. The'good work i..* hastened with CURLS' IN .YOUR HAIR totted lire. ... b.4Mbe. .1_ _I..'
generation that seem Insoluble. become than the of woe. Joymrrm'snte Ten eaa save frem $' to $' :r-arU Le.asa Cady .."...... I awl easy...........
bewildered and perplexed: we feel our_i u_ atom speed Borrow and message life comes in the Pills are good liver wearing W.L.Douglas 9M s', I sksllaatkekMasMSWae wrlMalr _.... sty M mf ,......,, ''

soequaev despair! is and purely despair.human.This Its perplexity shadow and 1'11ofc' death. The harvest of sacrifice ialife. Youhlwthat.'The best They equal those. w'' __..*..Osbwa. 1 Mill ka eaaaa _e'...S.._tall geis.555." ; ,
never 'We sow in'tars we reap in joy. In that have been ooa >
'.
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not fai'ron' the throne, of God. lie shall this successful mission of Esther the me family laxative e ,you can buy. fug you from .00' .
be
discouraged till H. bath act salvation to S5.00. The Immense -
judgment in the earth. All that He re.I diatrix wrought we have an out by Jesus Chris He- They keep_the bowels regular, sale of W. U.Doaglaa ..., .
qlUrea ?
M Oow.lr
an Instrument that will not balk He died and slvaes proves _
hand
I took Hi. life in Hi cure
the constipation. f.o :.r.r.
lit cat and lfe brin speedy: relief. again from the dead. He-secured their superiority over fCarpelter's.OI
Is V fling the sacrifice of fife into the rose reversal ot the sentence of death written all other makes.:. w

t situation. and nothing shall be impossiblewhS' against us and proclaims forgiveness :.of Want yo mousiacbe or beard Sold by retail shoe S _

Uj" this desire to keep our skins sins and the gift of eternal life. Oura is brown rich black Use dealers ..v..h.ro.Look ' WltwfATrMIrfM'
beautiful or
k and .ndit Paul comfort that F11"11 situation difficult. this truth and then to speed the I glad td-;, price on bottom. 11BK.OW PM/DE!
was ao optimi.\' because he threw creature in all the word.: BUCKINGHAM'SnDYE Taat Deeslae sass(:Moo'
mTi.t life! into the crl'.. Comfort, ease, ing. to every They e..Ce" prsn lean I* (eawa. ew I1In YI.8..) '" rTak. ':
These are our supreme opportunities. j ; : vml e In *>...!**sksss.Cereaa .. ;'"
'a thei.oree. he could confidentlywrit by him, may be'shadowed with self-sacrihce. but .if la the ki..beR .them_'t ac-l>la splssidiah .........Pal_,., ....;..._..... .. 1? .
Dressed : "I am they are resolutely'eixd. they. will Issue in grads rat. tbr..... > !' Into ih ........1.. Tlut's why yes med .M4'fa b.ia 'b.lei..b:s.eaf lsM1i'p.d ''&rae.si ; I'
? ll-sVicUf 0
every id.,yet not straitened; ; It swramsa,to* :: :
of .
morning joy.Victories I
pirplezed the .Ourde/lfelp.flseea.. tdwsa M ass.a y. me.r \vl
{ Z.. DOC forsaken' smitten unto desnair- : nuraued.down not SkM kf stall, I' Mats eq new .ta.pMse.lllulrmtMCatalec PRICE. 25 CENTS. ,...........7 C...Clilcw.If.or: CMAHUAL '

deatroyed." BeIA.hneu ; 7-.f Wen. CURES : free_W. ... DOIJI Ul"..."' ... ._ al ike Pras Slow, e* mailed M ssealst *(N SALE. Hi MllJJOH 68IE&: ;"" ";
brings the mid,7 i OIt@OItOItOItOItOItOItOItO"OItOOIt; ...
night. self-.aerifia ."It-is by regretting; what is Irreparable ( elate 1. .
the dawn. .
Then followed rot work U to be dooel but by : .. addw.'CARPENTSR CO.. Jt ,
Eath.r' heroin resolve.ia The Effervescent .
,A crisis beet of what we t is not .. r.. t CURED
always de..elope the ch.racter. making the Y Itse r.ta4r. l I Loalsvllle.. Ky.
a moment .he hIn by complaining that we have not the right o.J Gives.Qalr
providentW ezperieocShe read tbe meaning of tox>ls, but by using well the tools we have. S ... SI as.4 N..Nn.a.Mwe.u1SOtlotiottokiotsotsolsotsoi*. Stomach Cleanser. O'rORSY' k, ;:

she ihia,. of God' plan in her life. saw Why some had What _'are, and where we are od., ie doing God'sprovidential ,, IOlSOtOl_.. prevent* headache*. Bella*., $

been .ulted ?. the lowly positiontime arraole .n ana 1 State has an'area bUeosoaaseoimlpeJIasKAl Im.tossvdaysicffcc
of man's misdoing; Kongo Free
.n Orohan to the of though it may be a .The ... .s prrm.a.M-
regal .
queen f Why had she been preferred dignity above a the manly and the wise way is to look ,800.000,, square,miles and a.population Drasvlsls er.II, *> r- 9 -. iWa to"da Trial__, 1
.u otW. for this diead..a tel" in theface and ace 3b l al"8! t_.Kotklswcaa fairer ;ty
your 20.000,000a4. '
tnl begins to great place The meanQ ; what be mad out of them. Life like i ot,l between (1_ ydomes wanaseweO.P5 Write Or.H....CVeen's .*., s

eruie. anticipated cry.'liao.the Deed.<*and> foresaw for such this a war, i can* a series of mistskesand; h. ia not :;odoAoP.> ,.,,'", U.-J i i'I -..;: iaI. etas 1M& ;11 ad, ,anat., New Term- --'gs..Ntlq., liesB ..... rta.as,,
u this the best Christian nor the best generalwh !
dom. In "as Esther coe to.tbe *$".* false ..tepe.H.. i. v
the the fewest
makes
s difficult lay her very han .f thatgraCest the best who wins the most splendid victories ". t

i1"ft'teat supreme opportunity.Our retrieval ef mistakes,"-F.. ,..
moments by' the


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Is Tour Life Worth 50c !
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il.EXA.'NDEsiCII.\M "* 'Credi tors.Jal.lo. Notice' of Application for Tax ,
II rs'''' iONED, -.Notice to a v

e'' :.; __.... .1 / .In hereby lven to creditor*., legatee Deed Under Section B of COLLEGE : If So Try Bottle oft ,

1. b.. S.! March Talks of the Coagres 8D4 dutrlbiiuwii nedslsbin.MU. ..."* ""/ 1"vet4.1 ROLLINS I
A, tla
mand* tunuiyit the Chapter 4888 Laws 4. .
atonal Cntidldatos, Ipoeaiied to present the same, duly uilhuutla
r from . Jacksonville'\ Me NpcU.,Oot 19.S . >1h....,other"$" tho same will beirrrd FLA. t
>,arka,S. Marsh, pr Manatee, wh ', and. i M l perao.>i liKlebtuJ to salt MUM ,Notion Is hereby then that E.L. D. OYentreefpnrehaior ", WJNTER'PARK',
make laim.dlat *ittlowt -
horeby requested to of a part of Tax Certificate No. 877,
Is one of the shrewdest. and woes *u wUn th" uedei tsauJ -_. -- dated the 4th of November. 1>. 1W5. ha fllod
-ee s" ful young lawyers: In South Pl .'hU isth diy of peptembur: : A HTXWKOHJIMB8AYAUK.:. aid certificate In my offloo., and hex uiade appllnatlod .
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for Ux duel to la>ue la ooordanpe
Ida, thus discusses the Congresslor Aehxueuterbrho ;atateof with law, Maid uertlfloate embraces the follolw: COLLEGE'
Sarah A, feavac dpM'esed. .lug doHcrltMjd iiHuoily ltUMte,.l la ..00004 4
kited In"tho Second DL.1.rlc"ofFlorl pJBKAae, Attorney.! count Ylorldato-wlt: MhM: NKH: of SW14 CURe
Manatee Fia.;;Oct. 14 '1003. ,.. and NV'K of ab)4 Moo 2!. Tp Ito N. K.iiHa Thu. Preparatory School Music .School, ,
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:..,... .obd land bi lug .B.tM>.od m tho di,,Ui of tlio I.euau0eof.urheurtlflcateIn .
1 To the KJltor of Metropolis hi: the narno of F. .
.Notice i of Application Tax oobiet. Uulera aald certificate ball be redeemed Art School.. ... . School of Elocution,
In ieedingthe Stale .
.
many papers according to .w. tax deed will iMut
'which are howling so raucn about candidates Deed under Section 8 of. thereon on the Ifith day .ur Xovcmbur, A. 1lixis. >. School of Domestics and
Witness my oincfnl: ilguiitura und seal Business ,School, .
and IboU' fitness; for the ollioes i Chapter{\ ,,88B.-Lnw8 this the Ulli. (4..T:<'t'OM"bor. A. D. 1'W I.JJSO .
.. M. LYE (* "
they aspire' to, and especially the can*i of FJOalda., J t.xAL.] ,Clerk Circuit, Court Teachers' Class, Industrial Arts.,, Has Cured Tho......l., WI

didates who have, announced--"them- Xollio In horobl'lflvon Ihit S II Biilloek.. pnrchssir Onoeola County, Florida.By Cure You,
of "ax Certificate No SID duly the W li JOHSgTON! Dv<1 ,. t
selves. In Uio CooouJ District' it rea.dl.1 8M.dar of July*A D 1W: bar died said curttrtralD.inmy I troubled ,, orl
really-funny. to a man who 'hag onceTfved onion. and has made application Notice. to.Cr.e.d tors. : W, F. BLACKMAfM PH. D.,.- PRES. If you are troubles such w ithukidneybladder .
for us dogj to Isnuo In aooordauoe with law. as drop
in,the dlstr&tr-aud'is tUorbujjhly. "R51J certificate embrace, Hie following d... Notice la hereby clven to creditor'fegaleeamnagdLstgralnIthe HrlSfht's: disease, tatarrabi, gravel o

acquainted with all the candidates' and < unrlbivl Florida. property_wit: eliuatod ,In Osooola County.. o tateelOfKObert II., Lauer-, ., '" .... the'bladder, albumen in irune'and un-l

Choir real'fitness; .n.11'lxhL't.o I said'of Lot SJ Fla Land and Improvement Co'i Addition dvoel'a04. and -Mary C. Lanier, hU widow, d. . healthy. deposits or too frequetit dl'+;|
.to the Town of Kl .tn..ee. noised to prcaeul the.same duly auuteutloaibd, charpre'of hoe urine pain in the, bac)
The said land being axuoased at the dale of w the underalgiiod, within two )'.ari from ty ,
fice.Of the Immanoe ..' such corUuoste In the name of date hereof ac proscribed by law, othorwlnotbeiamo > and bladder, dropsical swelling t.b
course,'t.heres, no law to pro; ulnbnl A C'linhy.lTnlotm will be and all |>onona who feet. and legs etc, etc., .we KQaranb
hiblt. any one running for public office": niil l oorttflcate shsllr, be rcdoomedxrordltiK may be lJ1trretil" e.t.tc.are hereby re- Q. A. CARSON< Pre.lde.,t. '" N.' C. BRYAN, Secretary. that by using Smith: ,s Sure Kid
M law, lax deed will timu thereon quested to make Immediate settlement with ,
and Jt. is''a very good law, but it does 01 the :lard day of November A.' D. I9UHW undenlirnod. '. '!!or :a: E:: > Cure a complete.cure..wJIl be'elt ..
'look like thprebugbt. to bo some law 'Itnou my ofllclal ilcuauire, and oil thU the This August 6th. A. 1>.1900' : > Price, flOo and $1.00.) ,for vale b,
:Xtud. day of October. A I) I'IOH SKATE '
to prohibit some poor fools from 1m- JNO. 1<. LEE, Ai Admfultlrator of tile OHtntc of KnltortH. Osceola! Pharmacy. .. ..c:..:
f rallAI.1| Clerk Tlrcu tconrtOarroliAmtuty Lonler\dooeuedrudMiry U.Laui. r,ducemiid.P. . <> -
porlpg on the people by forcing them Florida. A. VAMa-AOKKw, Waters & Carson Grocery Co. THESEWING .
'JitfW R'' IV.l Attorney. < '
selves them ,
on Lbetleople.acd asking $/tR-Gth 1108.Notice _, < : ti

to support. them. for public office when 0:1'---------- of .Application: Tax, -.-Wholesale end R.t.IID..I.ra he

they fail in every particular to merit Notice of Election. N
Deed Under Section S of G S
the qualifications. of the. office.Let's ,,. .' : r IJ
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Who..II., pi'tlltoo ltnoj' by more than ono Laws J
compare the. ,candidates and fourth of Hie rKt'''tureil voters of Oacenlavounty Chapter .4888

..00 what they. are and where'they have A, 1) vroiontoil, Florida, woo,to on the the fttli,Board day o of( October County ,of Florida. <<> MACHINEDo i

lived and who have the interest. of .the ronimlmloiioni of Oiwvola County: ', Florida, Notice In .hereby' that O car Ban, per'ch.ser i?(
anklnit thorn ",to order an elurtlon to decidewh -df Tax'" Certlltoate* No. 1JHH: 121\ and COUNTY AGENTS FOR !
;.r people at heart, Instead"of' financial. tbor the axle of Intoxicating liquor, wluoo \ dated the let day of Juno A. U. 1MW1 linn > not be dec IVl'Cl'Y those who ado l
or boor ball be |iroliibltod. In the County of flied raid oertlfloateH In my once and nan ( vcrtixe a f60.00winR Machine for$20.00. /
r .... T $& D. .' Oupcola. made ap|>ll<)*tlou j'or tax deed. to lw": lu *ccordauue HAY CRATES ,ThU kind bf a machine can "
''1 bere are now the lion. J, E. Alexander And Whereas, on the 6th day of October. A. : a Ith law. Said certificate embracn. < I Celebrated Fertilizers I ,
D. 1'JOS,the Board of County Commlulooeri for the following duscctbed property. .lUnatod In J J be bought frwin us or any ofour iE
Hon., J, M. Barrs, Charles Ounuola county Florida, In compliance with Unneola Couiitr, riorlda t'"-wlt; GRAIN -- ETC.ClrcHlara . dealers from t 15.00 to 1800. 9
1 Mid petition, ordered an elation to be .h.ld oil "11SwatunlT' :\SaAll K- ,curl Uk..lc Nu.12fW. . )
JToughejty Frank- Clark, R. D. Mo- R.tuMayNovember2A. D 111I30 decide NK(<. K''< at J'oW". NM of I.I'. Hoo K .' and Price -terj.TC we: MAKC'A: VAMICTV,
:Donald Charles Flldes, and A. O. Whether the..'..of IUI<,"lo.tl1'lI liquors wme T'nZUHKHU certMlunie; So, lam.: / ; K>, oi Farnlstied o* Application.HIDES TRi THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST';
or beer hall be prohlbllod 'ald OicoolaoouutK NWU Section III, T'p 2K 8. R {jNI t'orttflcntoThe : 7 _
Wright, 'who have announced Xhomsclvoa and ordered the Clerk of said Board to 1290:! ? The Feed determines the strength oa|
fur this. honorable, tlve in day notice by publication of laid cleo-. The a..Illa.ul liol UK .WlIIed at the data ol
positlou1 to
tlnn. the lflBiiaiioe luch! cu.tlll"\.e in the name ol weukmtw of Bowing:! Mitrhlnm.
represent the. people of the. Sepond Now, Therefore t. John M. L... Clerk of the Fla Southern R. Co. nlcn laid -v"rtl/l. FURS WOOL ouble )'ct'41; ooniMmsl with <
Circuit Court in and for the County of Bneola.. Cilia shall be rod>iiied. aooordiiig to law tax i strong IlOlnt8rnakc.'II the :New 1E...
'to .District. in CongJeas. .tate i.f FlorId.. and ex-nfflclo clerk ot the deed will Issue th-reou. on. the SUt.day of October
Now, out. of the seven who Is the Hoard of County Coniinliitlaiiun of sold' A. Dr Iola. the best Hewing: .MnchiMe" to buyv .1\
County: do hereby .1" botioe and neal thlaMt
that an election ttltue-myoifclal loIgnaturE
most. suited and which one Is the most. :F will,urida be held, onMATURDAY In the County of Owoola, State of day of October, A D 190! JNO*. M LEE!: i .cou.c..tz'Y': !: Jrod.'uoe a Bpeciaity.: Write for CIRCULARS SKS 1

deserving man? To sum the matter. _.
I..ALJ[ ] . Clerk Circuit CourtDiiceola .
THE 88TH: DAY. we luwMifaolureanil prioea lM>(uf pun
W In a nutshell and to who willknow OF1rOVBMBaRA. County "Iorlda.BJ' """"" "" "" "" "" "' """""
up. say '
D. 1903.to W. R. JOHNSTON D C
that they were really running it decide whether the Hale of IntoxlealinK", : THE HEW HOME 1EW'ift'IIURlltE. ( i''
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will be between the Hon., J. E. Alex. IIq..ori. ...In... or ""or Shall be prohibited lu 0."".&. rase.s '1
the County 01 O..ooola. You Know What Yon>> Are TakllE. .
: > Union$ .N. Y., ellIOUlru.IU.,Atlanta0a,
iuidei- of D>aud and IhTo t lion J M. q.
: etlmony whereof, 1 hew hereppW .et
IU':; .WL Lol&ialIIo., IJBllaa.TflX..tian Kraaol on,0klJ
bend and
Barre pf Jacksonville but tow Mixed the coal of said Ro&M ...
AS of () When you take Grove's Tasteless (
JQtintT: Commlniuuora Polo
at Kliul- stew. _
which one will get it 1 know not, bun <, ..AL r Nee 'I. h. 11th day of O'-.r. A. Chill Tonic hocaitie' tho! formula Is i
--:- 1>.1\11111.\ Grade .:
do know' UfaTfor ability and f aithful- i' JOHN M LEE plainly printed on every bottleshow- High Whiskey

flees to the party and to.the people of I Clerk: of the Circuit Court"'Florida.In cud for laYd ConnRy'iPlSTS1".81 Ing that. It is simply Iron and Quininein

''the Second District. that. !they "are the "tT ?or Cou""r mmiulouera I a taatelesn form. No lure, No '
/o old COT
ones who should be honored by the ,By W. K.JOHNSTON: 1>. C. Pay. 50o. . ,

popular.vote, and I can't but? help be-, 4- Kentucky Exchange

lIe 'e !that one or the.other of!these no-

',ble sons will be rewarded. Of course, C CCQaDQDCD CaD DO OC .
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as to my'preferenceI' must frankly AND -

ray that I would if there vote for knd ,. Ttie lane of bad IUckthat' I
I both LET US 3? :3=3: IE3:: ; tC. LiBBY 08
: work teeth and toe :pails, for 1 L/A Fj
'o
..J. MANAGItH: !
seems to have no turnIng =
: Mr, J. ;E. Alexander, knowing him as -

.. I do for,more than,:twenty years, or IMPRESS can be turned into a reg" r'I

ever since.I can remember, J. could ular ring, if you consnlt us now have the largest-stock of Wines, Whiskies

not. do otherwise Alexander borna about the kind of Fertilizeryou 'handled
r \\I and Beers ever in Kissimmee. All

Southern boy in the &"I'8a.StaLe of THISYOU need for your soil. grades at prices to suit the times. ,

,i r 'Tennessee. Afterwards' he ,,graduated< I. Write for our little booklet MR.S. L. S. ADAMS.

:e i the Lebanon Law School with. high UPON on Fertilizers, which is free: oe 4alveer.., Te...

'fit ..honors. He then cast his lot, in the for the asking. ;crcrcr 'J'B-A.ce: :: .-A. BPECIAIII' -Win. ..f Carl: U Indeed a N wlnJ

t 1.11'1andot; flowers/where; he has continuously - to bred 'wmnco. having ulUrcd let'
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I 4y ..... year with wtakncu and Waf-
\ .made his home for over: Hlohest Gash Prl66 ", ,-110_ paint, .'" tl.vlnj tried...

k twenty years at times holding Mime ,. -4TA. :Jf. BSARDEN Proprietor. .cral .4octert'ind dlflcrcrit remedies
!" \ raId ror'Jru? Jones- ,.
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high, honored'position and never betraying 'with tvccau. yew Win .. CardolWM
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.a trust. ,Hels: a man gifted. "'-'- . ", the Mil I*thlnj which helped me.
and. .v.alu.Ily sand IM It seemed t*,
.wlihTiunurosii) bltttte., and if elected I FLORIDA ,FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING COGAINESVILLE build .p the wok purls, ttrangtheaMM

he would serye.hj} .: constituentsfaith. : .. tytUm. and correct knf.Ia. tMs/*

S. r. fully and honorably.,' ', : .:' FLORIDA. -. .. By "tired 'wotnen"- Mrs. Adams

_ ; It. has often been said that James E. I AOKNT; Vft B. MAKlNSON CO., KJSSIMMBK, FLORIDA. ::Beam nervous woram. who bar'

'Alexander: po>soase. .one of the largest : ; -/.1./ .. --._ -liisordnvd incnt..*,'lifting of the
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hearts of any man In the South. fie' -.'-- -, .. ..- ,. '.. '. womb, ovarian. tronbk or any erf

'bever'for.aTcesfriend: in trouble and 'E' A.C T. BU T FL ER E Ton these can ailments cure ;yourself that women at home bare.with

always knows everybody and"; ;. offers ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. thit gr !at women's remedy,Wine

r them his hand,'it matter'J not whether AL' of Cardui. Wiae of CaNal has

k'r they are rich or poor' or whether'. ti-s is '. *'CH DULK IK EFFECT KAY S4, 19M. 1} ALES. WINES. BRANDIES 'G cured doctors thousands have failed to of btme6L.V'JI mmr which

&aandldateornoL: 4IJ' .Ita aTATIOMS.: 21 116' ,
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"C' J-- 7 ma( soSp ".".. .... .. .. .. .... 'lampa... .. ... .... . . .. ar 72Sa 10 Slip! .. D. sot bngin '10 get well today ADdrngvuts
U ?'. ;'Mr", Bares is a good moo and has IIISa lIf11p.L...., .I.. .'..J'..'.... .. . ...Plant CUT. ..... .. .... ..... .. ... . Ar.Ar 6 4a! : 946pSMba WHISKIES ::;::::: L have $1.00 bottles. For
1 L done much for tbe'pa.rt.y and is a de.q. M p, Lv....... ... ..... ..... .,1 Lakeland,. .... .... .... .. ... ... 660. 111"1' :: _, stomach, liver or bowel dUor
10 45* 11 :l7p. Ar. ... .. .. .. .Kl.aimmee.I., 4 Ma 7 47 p dei Thedford's' li
;serf Ing man but as to Charles Dough'tjrty IOMaI2O't. Ar.... . ..... ...:..,. ....Orlando....'.... ........,'.... ...Lv 1 90a 7 lip E E -raagbt
y liMa Ilea Ar . . ... . ...,...Banford..... . . . .. ..., . ...Lv 220. 5 OTp 'CIGARS TOBACCOS should 1 be uaed.Poratl '
and Frank'Clark, they may be U 40 p 1 02 a AT...... ..... .. .. ...Orange Cltr Junction.. .. .. .... .......Lv 1 2Sa 551ii AND > "'.aadtlaralar." ....... ,rte.
t ..,....... ..... .... .. >e. ,
men-but 1 SOp At. : ...DeL&od..L. fOp249p I "T"r "" nepartI -,
".good enough they are not 450a AT...:. ..... ... .. .... .y.., :.J.l'aloka..t. .. ..... ....... .. .....Lv1106p f 84 p I :!...pflnnayam MsdMMTfv.
J yal'en uJth to our State to be hone 4Wp'78Oa' Ar. ........ ... '... Jack.onrllU:....... ........:... .'.:....Lv S lOa asp AcJ l G'JA CIa .

such 4<0 1 STATIONS. 89-88Ar :
f onsd to a position., They only 7 j SOa Lvi....... ....,........*,.:...,....:...:.Tampa... ...... ...... .. ,..... .... ..... . 10 stp anl heuser-Busch Beer !
jr ... resld here'wben the/ think:,th ne1 li' a H 40aLvS2a r... .....,.. .. "'". ,........ :, .eku/ant.....:.. .........,.:,.... ...........Lv II top a WINEOYCARDUIF
1'' "w' chliooe 9> : Lv . .... : ... :...... .. ............Dada City: ..... .. .. ... ........ .. ..... .. ....Lv 9 Wp '
: : .of holding some 'office.. It 11. 1M..L.......;.. .. ...... ;Lh,..>...... ..... <>WUK.TI1IV ...,.......,.....p .......... ,.."i.Lv 4 flip/ DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED:
'..toJ' &i Deems to be'i well 'known 'fact that . ... .. ... .(_... ,..to.. .: ..'. ../..Leeaburg...............,. .. ....,. . .. .. .tv 4 40p LON 'L0"
,,; ,illOpLv. ..........,+1..y: .. .,....j., Ocala .. .... .1..... .....;............ .. ..Lv I OOp
oJ 'both* of them deserted "our fair, State 8 4lp Ar... .. ... .... .. .,., w.. ....... Oalneiivllla J... .. ", .... ....,........ ...L"JI Mop
' eOp U.,. -;--..':';J-:;>;....-;;::-.-:..:;;;;7ughLi.prI...* ...... .. .................. .. ..1. ...L:rliitII / 'Carronlv"be' found in' Klsslmmee'on-Broadway: 0 R E- -
'l r, narlerrleagago'butfiiaverecently II Sep L..1,.. .. ........."./.. ,........ ...... ...... ................,... ... ..I v 10 Ma
." -, meandered back to bite the Si5pLv... .;.".;.. .;....;.. ... ............I.upon'........:.. .. .... .:......,..,. .........Lv S4M Street at ,the BRICK BAR B.UILDING.
at 52SpAr ............. ....N.. ... .......Wa1"......:. ..,. .. ....'...,...... .. ......Lv 740a o 0N' A TRIP TO EUROPE?,
I ''r0 ''t'polldcalpluni., And ,.as,, to .Messrs, ::7-44t. BTATIONU.,, r 8S5

_-: .fildes; and ? .. : .. . orp Lv .:......... .. .. ........Tampa. ..... ......... .......... ..Ar 10 snp....... I
MoDonalfJ Wright., no- 107.p It.*. ....... .j..... ..... .......a1.nsclty.: .. .......... ........ .Ar 94Sp..l. N
,body will ever knowthat, they are in 700' g.6ip Ar;.,......,, ...,:...... ... ...Lakeland .... .... ....................Lv s 20p s 8oe7nIl10e7p'Lv R. T. BUTLER
$ r : .< ..'..; :.. ........:. .. :. . .. .Lv' !lOp 6 00 a
i the, race;. .?: ..,)2a6s8Lv.: ...;....................... ; Areadla....... .... .;......."..."...".". ...Lv ft I"p... .. .. rid
'I !tel'.eye' I in being loyal i to the man _- ... .. 1 Ma Ar............ .. ........'Punta CoMa :_.. .. .. .. ...... ... ..Lv 4 OTp.. ..
.111. ,STATIONS. ella
r l who 18 loyal to his State and party. all '% :ao p Lv.. . .. ............ ....... ............Tampa..... ......,. ...._... :,...... ..... ..Ar Sobs
",o BOp Ar. .....,.... ............ .. ..t, .. ThonotoaaiuaPally ... ......... ... ........ .. ... .Lv 68Sa I .
& the time, not only\w ben he thinks there Except Sunday: '.

Is a chance for him to fool the people 30 a 3 alp. .,................... Ind Lino Tampa ArludLlD..r..n pet 6 BOp
Into electing him to qlfice. 'I feel 11 DO a 6 HOp... . .......... .. .. Ind Line Bt. Peienbnrg Lv Ind Une............ ...... 9 to. 4 sop EE 1If
,,1et. ( /8ftp.,.....'.... ..... ......ACELvBt.Set.rebortArACL....... ...:. ... .. .. .680aL..7'42a F'E
y; a great interest im my home county 0" . 11l7p", .......; ......4'.ACLArBeI1.lrLvA O L..... . ..
,and my .fe'low-cowboy' -and. friends, ; ... II 40p4..,..>......'.'. \:......,A CLArClearwaterlvAC L... ........... . 7 nua
.. nor can I believe that the; people of ..,,.. 6 48p..4..t) ..... .. ...A C LArlHtnedlnLvAOL... ......... .. ...... .. 780a700a .. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. ,Poi would Ilk to tan ,
volusia county. or ,the Second Congressional I ......, 7 16E.r.-.A. '; p L Ar Tarpon Bprlypa Lv A 0 L..... ....... .. .. .. ... a trip to Buropsb, Us
_ TM 23 gJ '. 'W SS 21 78
District will
either
ever settd S O.IP lIMIt> S lop.Lv Jcwkaonvlll Ar II 00. U sop t DOp SOftp LV Jacksonville Ar' QV"New
ot those prodigal sons who have )10OOp' Up 10 Ifta Ar Wayeroea Lv II Sue II SAa S sop 114 p Ar Valdoata Lv
(deserted Florida and returned within I Ilia 'SUp U 40p Ar savannah Lv S eta 6. 40a 8 Sop 10 a A r Thomajvi'e Lv Saw I and Mills '
the past year to that. honored pJaee In .fl2I'.. .4 top Ar Charlertoo Lvll ale S :asp SWaUMp Ar Ar Birmingham Montamn'ry fe; : Planing | 0 0 vflla. without of ,tas.vb>c to put, '
Ar Wllmlnwn Lv OD say your owtt money
,I.: Congress, but on the other hand 1 I 7IOp Ar. Naabvllle Lv '5 45 a '
!lope to hear ot'them, ''lining up\ and 7 hip I 41a: Ar Richmond Lv t (ft* 7 25p.' 11 tic a Ar Jt".ll1u f.y804\ p writ the Jacksonville M*>
r "friend Jt&nder 11 40p 7 S B Ar Wanhlnittoa' Lv S *Va H Sp 915 a Ar.Chlc.o 'Lv 7,OOp Now in operation., Complete House Bills Furnished. 0 tropolls for ''particulars. '
warm
giving my, ; .IA a : 1 itna S la Ar Baltimore Lv. t S7a ::10. \r Bt "'Loulw." v,85.:. Yellow and JPltch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kind.. 110
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support r 4 Ofia 11 22)P) Ae Philadelphia. l v 11 4"II" Ma < --
r' able 7 Ijlt 1 Mp Ar New York I.v" 2p/ 9 g>a 3 da7gna T? Ix>ul vllle J-r 800 a
If It'should fall tey lot to be to r Ar Cincinnati! Lv It Iftp ORDERS: : :EcLEJ: : : PROMPZ':: =.eY.
visit the'Second District I before the il !1 A "
15 a Lv MontgouTy Ar 17 p
?, election I will certainly. ,be; .found :An, lisp< Ar, Mobile Lv'' 1 YAp II MAYNARD. LUMBER Co. F6F
the, Alexander ranks. n \l25p Ar KewOrlea'J Lr .20a .

BefoW Mr"AWand'er-; 'announced PORT TAMPA KXY: : WK9T-BAVANNA: UN&I' : TMIMETROPOLl: S

t" v himself I favored jr., M. Barre and Leave Port TampaArrive Road a..*. -Thtiradaya, 11 16 p ra ,
that gentleman" S K.y W.rtixiave Monday. "Frld.,.. o SO p m ., :,
would have supported ;
Key U eatArrive Mooda,.. Fridara 'I'' 10 PIll'- CAR TER> -*: Rj)5SE Lt.;
If I had been. g.elaD I oPportun1t..r1. Havana Tueadaya, Balurdarsw8aurda eooa rala ,
but I ranot;go back on a ."' Leave HavannaArrive Tneii<.1ayi, >a, 00 noon'' IVY c TT'S PUBLISHING -:'CQIJ,4CKSOHy'1LE \

know to bo a. friend of thv:' ,poor peo -u' Leave Key West West .TuewlayaTuerdaya. .Saturdays, s ao p m'f : Ft'A'MothOra :
Key .
o Batardays, 10 so ,
pfcyiit.all: )) timcin' a! man.who has been Arrive Fort Tampa Wednesdays Aqodara, 880pm p M '1'
found wanting, and ''II'
tried and'never
-4:-.e.' that plan 1' James! K.,Alexander .,*. THRAvaB CAB SERVICE. II IITEETI1I'NG "
: ''If dnK? i,4Sf carry between.NeW' York.lackeoa'l1U. and Port Tampa: Who would,' keep 'their children: ,
No man cap ever regret his vote ... h7birw.Vn
h Savannah and Jersey City; _oh.. Jaek '
betwe"a
1.1),,,,' ca'l!' ? Jt or James, Alexander,'nor,will" anvnle and i ..%K/cnn r rala. 78 and >* ....J Jacksonville. *114 New good health, 'should watch for the' l1ra
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his wife and children lora him any tort sad ".. cuan.ag... ( POWDERS symptoms of worms, and remove Lbs
.
Coaet Line.ta..n leave Punta Coda .
for Fort Myers and Intermediate lagdtngd' dally< '"-
less, !: for If it be In his power they willaUbeegnallyprovid Wpt Bandar. 7 a. 1ft.. re urnln leave X,.,.s a..... arrlvlnr Punta Oorda 4 p. rnT fJjF c-. ......a.fafat.naDLMte.oDy..at.ry.d,he.....T..I.. with.Whtt*'* Ct"eam'Vermtt"je:

for. The poor W..and Havana.... eteanieri leave Port Tampa enndaya. Tneedare. and Than ."s 11 p.m. I #:Ettlf: .. Ald. Dywtl.w. .......... the ..w.N. .tr..tlMAe .... Chi'{Rued hlld..a.r MAKq the chlldrensf best tonic. It gets digs :
well ate6pn between ff Tampa and Nsw, York.. bot ,. .. ..... .
UaaaUo
&A.Y. ..
theatres c..t
;1 would ride and attend as snd"heV RailwayPot'fulL4empl.f.Aed! .- ,. ; .. ._ ., LI. --.C. h'.. ..... T......... _
rich"Letjustice be done, .. sad ervwW.rse.. yTaUttJN a.at.r.et..Ito ... ib Nl./ the. lion at work so that "their food dc

*?>though as the heaVcns may fall," Yours" L1n.gekeiy.agoer J reyablflnfoimatloT7evanIlnxnUstT r;f fQt'WHIT*, ......Psee-g.rAg.nl-servailon. *,;; rul. ; eaU. 0J Oout. ..N,arete'N t+p.e. ...M'tn ,, b4..Da:1.r.. . ....; e ieb al ; ,........ N t.hemlrOOd, snd they grow utip'h alt.b1.

!! rea ictfuUyY(, $t.u. .Q'-:4ttAKsg. I J W.1.,K.t .AIO.fhae.al r ,. and strong. ,25o at all drug-jrlstt."i', ;qw'
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