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 30, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00096
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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SAVED PROM SUICIDE.A "..c::. T.\u..noTea.From -
., . 'Star: immmtnmmmimnmmmmtnt' !J "nnmmmmI' ' '''
( ,the Gainesville ] !
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Tsp* Mscriced, WJtU ifrie t I .ry
) OrT We give below 'some"'figures fur* :

1 ] FAIL Orer.Tb.AIt..pta' DMth bMl6ld of.'*his t her Wife: the Dished court"by"of Hon.Hamllton'oounty---a I. .\ MoCall' clerk tabu of 5! CITYBAKERY, ,' : ,

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la ted report taken from the records of
, \, E Has Just Received a Floe, Line s
Overcome'with 1 grief over the death his OQ6e( -which> shOws thatcl6sln'g.
uNo =, 'Of' Fresh Cakes and Crackers, ;
of Kit wife and weary of ute,. B.,Treau Himlltoooounti'.aloona. cfcu*!Ito I
see our NeW'.Zine, of furniture Del', aged 22 years young German be saved ,to ,the .sups. bra, 'of that: E. ,
19 the employ of 'the., Tamp Electric county, in two' years !*>;'money, ,alone, E Chocolate. Lamest 'Stock''' Snow 'F1 kei.: I
,. ,rockery and House- company, ....en.U Woodlawn m.eterf ,95,320.65. /%.'?. I Tarts, -- Allee ,umee

t Ct Fur13ishings. thortly, before noon today and attempted Following'is the, report. :' ..- E Ice. Crealti OtAN, D. V Uneda B'sk'ts.. :
J to oomlt suicide. 1897. E' Wafers, >Elite Soda'
Young Treuner hat been In the employ Jurors'and 'grand. jury witnesses 5 C'cl'treas: lu 'To uresh.. ,
I '" . . '.. .. . .. . CrakeEs
;fOI".boul : . ; : 92518 00 E Lunch =
Ot the company, eigb6months Vlctoria -
bt1I Two CARLOADS ,
Just Other witnesses than those before I
ArrW d. conductor of one their,cars, the grand Jury.. . .:>. 782 70 E. 'Wafers., .., Crackers:" ;
I ) and.dace his wife died several months Sheriff and clerk's 00.....,. ... 134088 ::: Chocolate Olnc.pl. ,
\ ago he has been In a state,,of :.tnclancholy E' Cream, Fresh Brea Cakes ,crackers
Total for.the year 1897. . 94047 56 I ,
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; friends- have Fruits
a Chairs at times. *.JHls: .
watched him close and when he-left 1898, E_ VantllaW&fe andPlesEveryDay. NuttiEtC;' .:
Bureaus, Jurors and grand jury.,wit* ,' ::: .
I Uatracks home today. It was.thought advisable nesses....,;.... . .' ,......'. 92052 90 .. K
j' to watch him. Deputy, Sheriff T. L. Other witnesses than those be-, E :A.g-efra.t for 'Steaoai r.s .1nd7.. '
Rockers, .. James,followed<1 him to. the ce'meterr fore the grand jury. .', .';,. .1055 10Sheriff /'
I .- 1 Iron Beds? and found him lying.across the grave and!. clerk a .o ,ta. . ... 1369 00, _utuutuluttuiuiuiuituulliiuitiulitlutiui l "

. '. BookCasesLounges , of hl.' wife. '"almost V ;overcome.. "TotaTlor year 1898.$4777: OC ,..

grief. : .. > 1899,' i y . 0<
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When .the mandllOO..red the nearapproach' ,' r .'
Jurorsand grand jury wit .. ,
. :Kitchen. Safes, of the deputy, sheriff he De...... ;i.... ...v. ..... ..,.v.* J1184 30 .. .- ..
s, ": .Sideboards, started! up and ran away. The cb ..eI..ted Other witnesses than those before -< f .
over,a' short 'distance of fifty the grand Jury '.' ;, 370 70
I :.- yards when .Treuner' halted! "and 'was Sheriff and clerk's costs. .... 683 36

,: caught up with. As the, deputy reach ,Total for the year 1898.,>,. .92243 35 State8ank6rIOssimm 't, ;
.: A'ncrttr'.fact ed him he'was trying to gets 38-call- ,, 1900. . "
bre revolver' from his.pocket, which Juror.'and grand juryWitne88 '. .. ... .. ..'
was taken way from him. Hi's first .......t.:.>...i.... '. ...* r* 845 00 ., . *1'
B Other witnesses than those before *' 'w- 1of' .
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cojflLErE-11KE. remark was > '
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; warrant'' the grand jury. ..". . 20! '30 "''
"Have for nw
me- Customers"v
, you a Sheriff.and clerk'a costs.496 45 Offers to ry ;Facility
When told that there was no'' warrent .
out for him, he !insisted'that be Total cost for year 1900....91550.66 I :Consistent :with .Sound,Management.,

QV, DON'T' YOU .NEED. A :HEWSTOYE fpeddler's ( was sure that he WM to be taken to Total cost of courts for the' '. .. I 'f.. : . ...,. .

: Jail but he was told that be was- 'ho's'e.. last two. .years,'. . .we. ,.. ,bad v.rer.'saloons .-..;I912450 Personal. ..'Attention,. -"to" All 'Business. .: IntfiieA. ., + to, :UI! P1L
ceive medical attention.He ( ..
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Total cost of courts ,.for-the : '
Come and see wa. brought to the county )jail '. flrstjwajrewrwitbouttheni. 3785. '01 '* ;
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-0--- - - B. CA'RSONoAsNuir :
1 and as hit.actions. at times have been 1 .' : !
Totsi saving to county: ..-, 95326.66It
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the
improved somewhat erratic, according. to the ;
,,. statements' several who know" him has been-publicly charged,by >t te:: r

Iron well, it was though best 'to have ;"a opponents of'prohibition that''putting . _4 _
wCIng, committee appointed to examine1 himas whiskey out of the town of Chipley -

f fI to..ht. sanity.' '''Dr. Hamblln'and ;a and.'Washington' county, had .. ,

I hew patera, or a committee of Iwo oltltens called. at ''dama&4'4'Lbe, county and killed the ***** .*, **'* '..., ."< *+**+++4I'M, "I'M' > M,si''Ms ?'
I the jail to examine into his condition. town: as .platter Of,;Information to l THE' .
,I -handsome Steel That Treuner friends_were.not mistaken the people:of ;'Osoebls, Wjh. ;; ...t/*' inTestlgated . ' Q"''' :'', ''. ";'
I .- '- in'",.their' surmise was' shown these charges, and 'below
I Range., 1 from the contents of ..1 letter h* had on submit for your careful '&Dd honest. ; i: Kissimmee: Ice 'CompaiiIs :

. bis person which was addressed: to-' a consideration the following. ,
Our Crotkery, Glassware, Lam is friend of the family. In the ,letter!.he Washington county dry lour, years No'R '' r
I for Business
1dy .
and Window Shades states that he contemplates ending his six months'. < In the past fire years ,. _
Rugs, Mattings existence':4:account of hit, intense has built'a courThouse and Jail cost ; TAKE 'THIS/ME! :HOD drfINFORMING? ,:THE: PEON':;":
I 'ag 925,000.00 and paid for it; her WE
loss his wife. the
grief over the of In '
are BEAUTIES, letter he directions funds'are all out of debt her taxes of Kissimmee'arut contiguous:territory,that we'are ;jiow-i;.
gives .explicit' as
will be materially lessened next year;; manufacturing superior quality Ice arid solicit their' patronagefor .
When show how and where he' wishes"
I II i ,jnspect- be,0 burled. ,It Is .considered that the increased past fire. value years! of 40( per county cent.-propertyin the same ,At'a large, expense''we, have:"equipped 'our plant:, ,'

: fARDWAR tng.Q.ur'.'; Furniture timely arrival of Deputy Sheriff James J. W. WILLIAIIIS.Tax. Assessor with the best machinery! that money could buy and are highly :
I : ; prevented Treuner, from, ending his Washington oounty. pleased with the results of the trial that has\been ,given it tMweek. a'
! askto.see:: ; the new* life over the grave of bis wife.-Tampa ,THE COUNTY' AND ITS ,SCR sWashington .- We are profoundly grateful fdr the'; 'encouragement so far,
i given us and shall endeayor.to merit a continuance.-of: your good'.
L Times, county? under the pub
Ymn4 Automatic Drop- ___ > lic sale of whjskey, had.a four months will and patronage by straight dtaJin,down wetg t ajrt8riV-4hMMt ;
Tex: A...M>iBg. term of public school to-day it- has a Coods./ Tickets on sale after to-morrow' and, o"0ni
I 'H.ead'Sewing; ..Maa Judge' Hanson, editor ofthei"; Bra.dentownHearld five months' term.. Its school fund satisfactory. Free delivery by our own wagon. orx .tdiatleIJ. ? ::

I Lr: J chine;; : something ,.offers .the...following) stffiool was) behind fund fire has $5,000..00 to, to-day'its credit the M. Gardner who. will handle our. product; :.;; '1f', .,
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, "-. = s,;, asa: Bolutton of a. question which has G..B Bush,Member School(Board. Very respectfully Ir; ,
;new :and convenientand -' been a liatlng the minds of the people ,THE TOWN Or CHOTJGY.. D; W. SVMMSRLIN"; :;:
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Under the public of whiskey it
abouthalf" of Florida for many years put.. It had no bank to-day It has a bank I'HOrrn'1O1' -,- . t I'.. 'Nan-.er. ... t. ,
ti at deserves careful consideration, to say with more than 976,000.00 on deposit.

. oifi the least:, ? The last"year whiskey was publicly ...... ,. ..; ", "
the ;price ; "Let a law be enacted providing for sold in the town, the assessed value ..f'..

goods. an assessment by -the Bt.at.e'aDd the of-the J,'W.town Willlamr property,Town was Clerk.947,000.00. . r'. .,-..if- ,," Ie.t.
appointment oft board of assessmentunderlh
wARE *- The assessed value four years afterit "'j "

:. suprevlsion of,..the. comp- went dry was 9217.000.00. '' . . . . ... . .,. <) < LCHANGE .(.
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A. D. CARMIOBAEL Chairman '
troller, equai: .log the assessments of : City
YOU GOING TO BUILD A HOUSE? Council.. >1,,'
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.. all the property in the State, and then Pass Itwowiu.: BU81NES3-.NEW FINM.'T :
.. let the levy of the States taxes be mad < J ; &
If' t' &i ash :'' oors from assessment. .Abolish' the 'I You KBOW What Ye. Are TittaR.When :. t '
so, ,get our prices( 'D : 'ou"' : '
office of county assessor 'and Jet the ') take' Oro.. Tasteless ,-QRAVe-- ;

Nails arid Pnt\ 'A Carload jusrn.III1T ." State ..assessment. be $the county assess' Chill plainly'Tonic printed!because on every the bottle formula showing is ' , &' .GRAVES: ' '. !,'

ment for are years; then let the SUte that it is simply Iron and Quinine .UOO 19> OMS>'yo' V.! .. .' .
levy be as many mills ... It is shown to I In a tasteless form. No Cure, ,No '
-quire every ,wo,Tears, as at present, Pay. 60o. THE W. B MAKfNSOKl t. \CO. "\ ' ',
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and the.countlestoJetyUwlrlaaes, ro'n.-Wl.-Webb-Presldeo"of -

.r upon the same assessment as the Stale -Florida' State Medical Society*, has the ,Haviug purchased the.Hardware'business of the 'W. B.--;M-4 r {V:

f1UiJ making their mlllage what the aunty" replied to the charge made by: ,Secretary kinson Co. we take this method of Informing the public of thai 1
d Commissioners may find necessary,svnd Stuart;, (of,the'NewYork, State fact and of soliciting the same liberal-patronage that baa bees'' '.
the municipalities to' d6 \the same. Board of Health, to 'the effect that given our predecessor.' Our motto will be' a' full 'and complete1-;-

. Also providing that iny*.county. or winter trips to the South are fruitfulof line of goods offered At live and let live ,prices.. /Our stock :will( ;
city,that levies a higher tea 15 th..D."lobe .-- embrace Hardware, Builder's
k b- G'0 typhoid epidemics Supplies Saah.; :Doors.:; Blinds/// .
people think should, be levied may Dr. Webb wrote'-directly''to. Mr. Paints, Oils. Putty Class,-Guns; Ammunition,. SportlnxGoods '
pCD CD..... rd call an election to affirm or dlsafflrn : Stuart,and after expressing his astonishment of all kinds;to which we will add Furniture and House, Furnishing -,*, 1

the action! of commissioners' ;Justas ; t at the views of the latter. ;enlightened '. within the next month: We will be pleased to' have 'your1 j '- e k
j : the 'charter of Braidentown now' him as to actual conditions:>> ; trade and? will endeavor to merit it >y fair' dealing, courteous
provide* In like cases'' ,,-Dy' this 'sysr treatmentandreasonable"prlces '
stating that typhoid epidemics ere an' ,, .,,
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tem, every man would know Jut'what known in Florida and that of the cases "
his assessment would'be for the'fve : j .'.:
R. ,ean. All improvement would be ex* developed in this State among Urarlsts .AT THE MAKIISISON BUILDING. 'fIW'MARKE9
deut mpv" for so much of flv. years asntervened all can be traced back to-their northern 1 ter!
'between 'the assessmentand homes; They leave home sick and "".""'" ,
See In : ; Store their construction, and no further .., '
OUR: New and reach South about the time 'the -
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,;, xeroptlons should be> allowed; .
fever.Is'developing; In this State typhoid '
Most Important, of all, there would .
r, ": not be any rivalry between the assess'ore ,Is."very mUd' as the"climatelsunfavorable i,.,'
[ ,That Fine,'polished of the property in t.bedUfe 'Dt'couD. ,t4 the,: propagation; of, -
Oak Suit 'of Furniture ties in trying to save their count frompaying the bacillus, and a.sgoond e&H la .the 4
than their,share of. Stats
more ..
Worth"$60.00" taX, and uniformity. \Js a most .deslif same family, ,Is,, rare.-Stl Augustine : :

M'S :which:nvewillGiyii ; ." able.eoodltlonV: '" l* Record.S I.. i :, :
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Ba...Two Frost .Death. ..... i.
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M' "It Yoes Right to the bpo o'
;I : AWAY : >* J ,* "" / ...4 Onr little daughter had 'D' almost 'f BASS', OLD STAND
: : Wbei paid! or l lt.lod ,exists ,on I fatal attackof':whoopiog; cough ,and I ". 'f3r

on' first of January i any part of the bodyran application of I broncltis," writes Mrs..W. ;;K.- 'Havt- J..T.. REAVES. K {
next ,Every 50ctB4 J Ballard Snow LlDImeDt'wiU ,give. land, of Armonk,.N. Y;; "but,. when PROP .
,: prompt relief ,"Il goes'' right' io fobe.pot. all other remedies failedwe saved her >,1",, ,
A'f. you spend,or on,, '. said 'old who' rub "l
pal an man' was with'Dr. King's New Dll Overi. Our "
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4- : ;you ',account , blDI'I"' In, to- cure 'hi. .rheumatism. niece,'., who] had .Co umPtoll; in' &4. Handles 1
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nothing but the 'best.t= rctiolcest;-BeefV, :Potk : :
Smith
you ,chance.; C, >R. Smith, Prppr.' House, Canoed stage also used this 'wonderful r
. .""'t ,. TenahaTexaj.; .< writes; "I have used' medicine'and ,to-day shells! ,per and Mutton-:that the market;.affords.:, Orders solicited, rand

: : Ballard'SSnow LI 1m.n'In my family fectly. well."' ,Desperate. thro'atJand'' promptly! 'attended: to. Free.delivery'in., .,.tow d dJ

-: ror'I6vlII1'a17e&rlti! ;,..and have found It lung diseases jrelld to.Dr.; King's Discovery r
L WUWATSON. tote a flne remedy; for all aches'' aDd as.to other medicine. on' 'earth; t . '
'. ; . pains,'and't recommend It,for pains Intbe'throa'and Infallible. '
for
, :' , '. '. Coughs and Colds.;, GOo TERMS: 'CASH. PHpNBer: ,
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and 91.00 ,., ; ; 3?
bottles steed
chest. ,,250-CJci ,sa4 gur by r
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11.00 at! ell druggist Osoeola PbaarmacybottlefreeI 0 ,- ,.' .fiti "A? !" ro' w s.

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their' machinery and broken the shaft. Reminiscent of' Hugo. LBEAMANt

8there she was beating upon the A JOHN

rock beyond; the beach. her bow One of C,1a. lntr.*.UnjC Relic In U.eGreat. I) ,

/ was ..carce.,. above the waves.. Her Write-.House.

tern was under waterand her pan Thank to the devotion 'of M. Paul '

QHN'rJ.VJNTHl o.ps' DEF.AT. ".IfM'tI' were-crowded forward amcUnglngfwlth nrlciniU'frlen,and Wernry .set'<' -<

.; : tie one ftostln+<* of life fo tor,, say tb'e Paris. corrospondeiktior'the L eery FOOd'
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*.. Jf 'I-aH! ODr I; I; the l 8thope"(; CThe small Ao&t waa, f. Londorf-iCrrapulc: ; yic\'!flr Hugo'has / .8810, :

i. Jlo use in that water, and..!t the co >t now,biamljseu,111, Paris! In' the.house
N KAT UDl1UM:, ftuaiNa"could'bot'save them thore could he lived in for so many .rear in the Stable. F

100......". .Bocur! BOHKBO Bout IM.J come no hope. The rockets"had ceased:.. Place des ',"o gMi. In the case of the c: .

.. #: /COAT> : H. "Some boat In distress" be Raid", burl the. *hoU' also was'dimchlt. iIn' : ,' gjeut Fr, h,1"rltf'r the task of getting
j pled
r s '(Cbitti the terrible storm It together several hundred, articles of
) riedly "A. pleasure or fishing-boat. .
"lttlr..I".lb.j esUl.ao1.iN,.s.b.rd, to.work.but'tbaues on- chore sfougbt
. twobaHr.'fwrtnat'-traraTlfle-SQdt: A
Upon Harold! know like heroes to render help to those Finest Turnouts :Jn""Town.
;you They ;your steamship would Ore heavy 'guns and
The
., lenlen send, ta."' > ." clinging/ to the beating wreck.
rof
j' op '
e Wbell klhlytkbj, t' .
to the lifeline
attached *
first rocket .
that you give up "What are you going to'do. IIarold?" r

"But thai ngyowm-wB.a**,*** would, >.*.! Iecla M ," I stairs.",'Com.Alecia."|,!I1e'lI"d, and ,learn'' jwe-wUl, if tbere'ls go. dole dan. went rain astray and beateo.Ide wind, but the by; second the furious ( Standard ml : 4 hJ DRn

well aimed struck (the bow and the for
Mont
'was be Interrupted 10.lnlJobl.| genial hc
..t. trial:, "it )s what any )mad should do He held the door open< for her to pass was under way though' but a few momf&ts 1'14 6rc' ,
most.were left ere-the boat t ,
But even so. I am heavily debt, nd- through; and .reached out his, hand to at i t, ,rw% ,
the heaviest creditor U an Implacable her aahe_ crossed the room' from the must go down.. '
,man;-Hr-WoTrtaTQdt+tfeld-i'ln b-I' window. 7 { One man wa saved, scarcely breathing KISSIMMEEEIVEB .4

:lxrould"iu ask him/:- ,I.. 1 . t"Ittmriy only be some signal-from ( ,' from the fierce struggle through r-- . .
the breakers, but still alive; another
VThen you shall not ask him. Harold. .}, Government! House; he said ..mU.lu. j
K, ;Aa soon a* possible wf wllUe 'tit eae to reassure, her. and 'another In the same condition.

'troubles. Surely; ,.;your wife will not She placed her hand trustingly In his Hope w"as reviving though still' death :
:be the ope to deepen fr-our.lronblti.il ''and they passed out together but the leaped to-grasp them on-all .Id .. ..For.a I RQTJTB.STEAMER

:jl cannot help youshe( was thinking hand was a band of Ice and her heart 'time- it was difficult to determine

;irlftly bow she might help him) ."a.: .t'rt was beating in terror.. Her sensitivespirit. whether life or death would conquer : LILLIBJ.t f STEAMER KOSEADA,, I:

; ;least I will not'hl.delh.ou.! The West .was stirred by the probability of In the struggle. But them men on the -t'r Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr. ,. .
:U broad. There people beach'worked like madmen to sar.e the : ,
are 'forf many danger to other It WAS such a fear leaves
;yIn New York any wa1.'. .'Ooe.bun.t ful men mad with fear lu theiuldst of that Regular weekly trip to, Basslnger and return. Boseada Kl\sstnv
nightThey ; '
room to retrieve one'a belt should there billing( water. And then the last znan mee Tuesday morning and arrives Klsslmmee Friday evening r
came upon excited groups In i his Special Charter Tripsto'Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers on the' Ullle.
be I was fighting his way. buoyed up by .
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; needEvery: inch la crowded It UUlke the ball and' parlor the ladles gather. Rates
: life-preserver, grasping the life-line a* Comfortable accommodation for passenger. reasonable..
an ant.Wl1-wlthlnot a grainier I -
:%one newcomer of hope for one; slipped ing. at one around Alecla an though he rosa: and sank and rose again In the .. The most picturesque Waterway, In Florida..
there- -were:'some sublte strength and
water. For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to ;
;down We will ", heart of the .
( go away magellsm In her presence. lIarold POZT'aOZL TABLE. .
She said nothing of what she musta Harold Graham among the men on CLAY JOHNSON SR.. Proprietor,
.. passed out upon the plaiza!! with a few. Ceach like In his effort interest baa proved u comparatively board FU. '
the-I was a plant On "Llllte. Klsslmmee.
gluenp., aieh! ** ,UlIII"wl.lIt ot.bla
T* \i of the men to learn what was possible '
assistance. lIe dashed easy one. This la due, to the fact that
reader
She was not the to
woman to force her
of the threatened danger."A _
grief upon another. She mlfed .and unmindful cf himself into the boiling I Victor Hugo was not only a great author -I
ticklish thing- shouted George I IE.veRQ
her voice'' wau'-:careless, her husband Priestly turning aside from the burst breaker to drag the men to land a* but was also an artist-and particularly
thought they struggled In. Ill. companion a[caricaturist talent anda
bitterly. Nevertheless -ho
of shrieking wind that struck across MAN HIS{ OWNDOCTOR.
knew, that there wa sadness behind scarcely recognized him for:, the10'4i'! woodcarver and cabluet.-maker of ,

f .it,' and It-only.Increased hi. *' Irrltabllishe hand the pier,and holding grasping his the bat lapels on with of cno lie; of luxury the pet of fortune and society sklll,. The house in the 1'lace des "By J. Hamilton T,"ycrs, M. "D;:
-1ty had before been tried. YS.geII.. therefore, filled with Interesting -
never
; felt'aggrieved "that she coat with the other that It should not A 4300-page Illustrated Book, containing 'rala.ble+ Information per'tailing
relics of the master. One that
should That his life' might for his
not be own pay
aggrieved. She could be torn from him. "A ticklish: thing. Is diseases of the human system, showing how to treat and
not lit reckless bravery he never thought....He regarded with the-greatest respect
spltf f hi*
/
fcffort'to explain now. I tell ;you..fellows It It's a small la the writing table at which ho wrote ore with simplest of medicines The book oontalna analysis of _. .
L abe'could.not, flulte comprehend their bad no fear. He lacked! the knowledgeof : ,
shots didn't of be-
boat out there! Those nearly all his masterpieces. This Is lu courtship and marriage; rearing and management children
situation he From the beach which the coast-guard
thought.. luxury to come from the coast side; they're ol to Louts XIII. style and Is high ides -valuable proscriptions; recipes, eta, with full complement of
labor for he but he equal) with them very
was despairing In possessed, was ,
very leeward and the coast-guard will have for Victor lIujt d 'always wrote stand fact in materia mediea that everyone should know. .
thought-from palace to cottage; a hard time trying to save them. Pretty In courage and bravery. ing. Another desk Is interesting from This Dolt indispensable adjunct to every. well-regulat.d household will bt J
t strangers In, a. strange land.! know out farther.Mtghty.llttle The last!! man was llehUng his way mailed to address reoeipt ofprloe, SIXTY CENTS.
i rockyyou; ; to11e that. of death. He Its associations.. This Is the one on postpaid any on 1
through sea "
,f hope I say. What,1* It, for which are placed four Inkntandu and Address. ,
exhausted
CHAPTER HL was evidently greatly
aV I .
Bank."A -
t l four pens. These belonged to Laraar-
f, BBKAXXBa. ;yacht," replied one of the hotel his efforts were feeble a* he drew tine Alexandre Dumas Georges Sand ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE a1. LOTO5TtrlillTA.i.. ;. ;,
nearer Into the jight-ef-the lantern ..
The cloud lying so low at sunset rose hands hurrying past them across the of the and Victor Hugo himself. In front .
and the almost-constant glare
sat twilight deepened to night and piazza for lanterns. Every one was .' _ u __ ___ ryq
shouted to cheer him
gathering to Itself the lower vapors alert, for a wreck wa a terrible thing lightning. They covered,
the alert at the .
came along the neju-ef .ven" until In such a storm. "She's down by; the and were on rope.But Probably! the most interesting pnrt
beach
to the
it was a moss of midnight swallowing joint. Been letting off rockets. Too all he came In'almost of the museum is the furniture made
back. l
""( up tb..tari;;the:noon.the heavens. far gone for that though,' now. Hard .the And receding then It breakers was that beat the-mills him of the by Victor Hugo. lie was In the bablt Florida East Coast Ry.>

There was fire in its midst and thunder ly a bit of. her left whole: They'll do of taking pieces of carved wood which

that rolled in raster volumes, what they can to save 'em, but there. gods ground very Into slowly the and balance exceedIngly the- he picked up here amt there, and coin- ... ,. ... ,

.rumbling like Vulcan's hammer-echoes.' all1.': much hope." ; fine casting bluIng them into furniture o. the moat
a> good ,or ill'of Harold' Graham's life. LOCAL TIME. CARD _No. 48. In Effect April II, I I90&
Destruction rode riotously its heart.It "Let's go dower! shouted Harold. fantastic Ibol)(>.. The jeRultswere

wa flood yde at midnight, and a* 'Perhaps we may; be of service. Theyll For with his reckless disregard of self often more bizarre uDf urlou8thanartilltic. OUTHiOUXD-RIAO tOWN. NORTHBOUND.-:READ UP. r
hands ere
aside
detaining any
the water beat higher and heed all of: that they can get.God helpthtmr' pushing .
higher up other could pass him he dashed Into ..." ...It .... ...n -
the sand
and throbbed like STATIONS. I I.
tome great
the water and let the breakers lift, end Dall?. Dally. D.UT.AIN .
Stove
heart against the pier the anchored "But we cannot go down there ImprovementA
.
. 'boat* luting, *nVJCallIngrand tossing protested Charlie, Brown decidedly bear him out toward the man beyond !! 40 a r..l."ao."II.A. 'Jla Up )0 ".
Itva'I.g.+ and struggled to grasp him that he 4.a .. .... .. ......J"UI..L.: 07s '
I'blowl p p
like 1 JupdnMr I ,vapors overhead overcharged, broke try.; might guide' he heat of- any stove having direct == I 11 .. .,..."...._..... .. InKl... ..,...... .......... .1
t upon the world I do, 'j object to a frets with an exclamation of horror ha let flue connection with the outside air. CLAM P 1145. ..... .. ... ....:N. PalalYa! ........... . .. ..... -
bl1eatA hot'In'atorrent' pf I Well( pnssog'e him go drifting past him and fartherout which to all fuel TRAMM no o r.L ./. ...............f.I..tk... ...... .... ..... LT. -4
wind oil and coal I -ut
F and ra1I1o". thllough and across! retortcd.JJarold. shortly.He black night of waters. applies TRAM: FIRSTCLAM H 16 a ..... ....... .......P.I..th.A .1
.through with lightning tongues. was off ere he finished speaking upon the stoves becomes available for useful CLAMFEATURE. Is p.. .. .... Ar. ...... .......Ban )1.1.,1.* ... !.
with
For in the glare of lightning : .... .. ...... . .. ,
t'' Most of the guests' at the Surf Hotel struggling with his companions with heating. Most of the bent passes up FIRST e t& LvFFET ..- sutA.Mn.A e
earth and heaven rent by thunder, and FEATURE. -IlpLT.............. .....Ko,..... ....... ........... ::
were awakened by the storm, and the' Ibeeta--of rain and hall beating about him.' Graham rec- the chimney or lIutVltb, oil stoves Sfl AMDFIRST 1. Ifp .....................Bunndll. .. .... .... .... ... ... 4 !
many .of them made hasty. toilet and upon them .The sea had lifted itself death beating Ib Is different All the heat developedby .I. ; p ...,. .. . .....Dua-nnt..._................)... : 1
S ogn'zed his heaviest creditor. p .....:.:..........., Ormbad ........... .......
the burning oil radiates Into theY .
r gathered in the parlor lor companion, In the might of the storm and 'vaslashing p.................. .P.jtona" ........Ci......-. : I
ship., Alecla Graham had .not fallen close up under the plank walks I.fil .P ..........."+......PortUr.nea.t. ..1.o..R.t...,.. i iAt i\IO\ :rf"H'i f

,asleep and at the first sound of thunder along the sand; washing over their feet CHAPTER IV. & 10 p p..N.w P. ....................aa emyruw.y..t-uuh.*.*.? .*...I..r.%.fl M1 II. : [
rose very softly not to rouse her now and then as they fought their p ._.....'......... TitU..IU. ..................:: I-
.. TRVIC Ii I1 I' .. .................. -.._......:......:. .... 1r J
,.husband and donning a loose wrapper way. THHOUOH BRCAKZB8."To p.. ...::..............Eookl.d I <<..................... ,J 1 I
of pale silk she seated herself at the Alecla.'with her friends In the parlorof let him die! This man who of : t: 10 Halt 0 p..t........,....a..Z.nG.ill...,".........d.... : TMt::
Is a 1 .................... .
window to watch the breaking of the the Surf Hotel would Indeed hare all those against him on the morrow : I' ........ .............. i.eI.G RSARE NCCARS TMtTACT.
I storm.. husband could 'she not VtlIiaa P.................... Al. ; \[ ARE
; been proud of her would, be the hardest He need f p ......,............ .... l-l.re. ..,........... ,.. TACT I,
The clouds had not let .swallowedthe have known of big errand. But she 'push him.under, move his hands to ...,. K. a I' .......................Tlbb.1, .,..............{.1r,.... t P I
: him '' 1 P .......... ,. ......EO.n.......,....... ... AREOPERA TACTTHAT
moon which and Nlnettewas cUng harm and what-could save : r .y.
the heav did not know -
was riding him PARLOR:BLEEPING d, : p..:.. ........;;.... "....... ....,-...-....*.-... AND
In J ens like some witch at strike with the lug, to her for courage and a Kroupsurrounded for his undoing. He would not be hle. :: a N O P .r...:.:..............8'.a ............ .. ',\I... I' 10 o10I4' OPERA; THAT
'element of in infernal world the her discussing the danger murderer. Men could not look upon FFETPARLOR TNIBLEEPING ,.. k II.1 .................................1.... a W..b.Aoo.d..n,...,e.1. ., axes>> ANDON

r.' of a vessel upon the sea and trembling him and whisper that his hand were 4 .. ill ................WN.nJupleee..h.l.p. > .03. TED.SOHKDUI.KS THATTRAIN
... ... . .. . .. :
/M ._...Boynto ; .. slOs
.r.I'
mass of cloud whirling across her face under the terrible shocjks of thunder stained with Wood. They would have FFET osaOla ...:... ........,.....D.lray MaMa ONTRAIN; TRAIN
.:andfleelng away.tearing at her.. flaunting .roaring around them/' sufficiently hard words against him; 5 S It.r. ................ at Laadadje".1' s i TRAIN 1
a e MaMa ..... .. ......... H.II..., .I.._....... . f U. ar
beside her, yet ever growing larger Poor Bees Catherwood waa as white truly but this they would not know. \ \ "'..........L.moo Cl 7 ...........t..i. 1 I" "Tu. ,
'and more dense as the warship of the as a ghost fend had long ago forgiven The breakers had washed him back TMa Ar:..:.......... .. Ml.wl .... ........ ......t.. t 'I' MlNCCARS 1,,

': torn* advanced -up''tbe sea 'beaten. Leland; and would'-Tibt": allow' him 'to senseless; from his reach;. he struggled OJ BRANCH I.HTK3.BAHTOBD .

On the sand below. Just risible now stir from her side for a moment-cren -bow 'hi ,bad struggled!_nd yet he :

and then beyond; the aand-hjlls, as the to learn what was passing outside but only- saved.'bim-deadi! They; would : BBAPOL'oa&Noli CITY DHANOH."WiTTT '

mooD conquered the ,$uds>y e-wb/Iter /l mgtp)iin jtvlthbe/inall hands, her still call him hero; still cry of his .. 'Brayies.T .
;q! 1klnf tUdlid"li'tlfy. ra'ok upon rank.: terrified eyes now lifted to his, now bravery! No man would knownotone JtXCBK ASICS_ _THB._BADIATIMO. 8UHFAOE.. Dally Avtol. Di; j l u Dy) ;

0 The wcn '? 4o"J..ber "ck e.l btJt.u)(der thou-fltfe to' keep out and useful heat -Is jT.,....... TltUIwT. ...... 4 h
PlprtJW"| room furnishes or is s ...........,* !' ........::::ifll85 jnp )101 a Lv..L.m1ro.Ar 10 ,
y,. .trailing liken gown sat fasenatedL} ..the. lightning flashes. One,Inn tautout. of time] One second utilized in cooking. In order to Increase -, p a Lv........... OitMfi....*......Aril; H a 5 II I 'l 6v, k.E. e ,Ar ) C$ ,.
c' with her bands clasped uponfne ledge "Oh. dreadfulsdreadfuldreadfuir the of the first class y..Y..EnurpA.a...,...: so a 1"SlOn 51 a Lv r.ne.C.. $4 p ,
,Jt'sjttsi out of million of seconds The spaceof efficiency a 00 a' Ar......... BaMoM ......."..L-r'n' M a 11 ./. A..Or.IlrJa..Lv 1.3 I4J9 5 111 aN.
Oet, ft <<\: "c \ n4Jaed''" dark, .. aha ir e Jay,'as ....tbud4erburet4 a hair on illimitable space! But so of stoves, Philip 8. Splller has designed 1 .' .
eoeQ7 W1geWaln '& 41" bf1 &'ot the reVertieVated" around'' and grind the mill of 4he gods, very fine 'a stove, which greatly Increases the tn i a/* uaAayonly. N. iSDaflr WATTPOBT BOAJTOB. Dsjt.. If 20Ban.. Weal i'sale

Loon. There was no fear'ln her heart;: .ro Dd.the- "building snatching her proving the chaff from the grain. radiating surface and accordingly a.e.n 1 Only,

.etl1 deep awe and a namely; something lands from .hI" arm\ }o cover her car One instant The men huddled upon extracts more useful heat from the 10 Ma I SOa 1.v..Jacksonville..Ar ... ..,. TRa i1Ica
Qke the touc h ,itIB bM- down oil This 1. ta s 0$14 SSIaOOta Lv.So. Jiuik* .BTlllo .Lv ...,.,.. r.ra \ pp
ilO iUiJiiJt"e" ) U4 cower furl among the beacby waiting for the rescue burned objects attained by 14l p 1s 1S a Lv..tPab1o iN.eh.l.v ....,... t q a IIuu' 4 to p ,
was unconscious that her hu band,ljad .. be. :B8biQJis of the'' great chair at the watching by: the light of their lanternsand providing a circular flue encircling the 10 MkUN / 014 aMa Lv, I' ....., .. ... .. ... $4
Wakened and was.watchlntT'her under farthest end of the room-trout-tbawlq. the-lightning fiaro-.called him!.a. ut1r _stoYr..'To: ,.!further inet"ase. a 0 p Ar. .Mayp.rt .Lv .w, 010. UlOa i

hla half-closed lids- She was'tmconiclousjhat dove \yby must ''we. hare thundershowers hero battling there to' have the' last the radiating surface and insure the Tk..Tim.Tebteshow thenm..Nwhloht elAOmt Tt>* *1(>*.<*41 to arrlr*and a.psi* h

she. was an inspiration toSm ; 3Ir'. LielaudT 'Why' cait't w6 man 'from the wreck. The yacht was lot gases produced by the flame which I nor doM the UM awraral Oompanr lattona.hold but Itaalt th.lr rtipoaalbi arrival or*departure for any dalajr at the or U m*ooss.Owao.(tmtwl 1s not aridnf ruaraniMd.my ihtnfrom -. < ,

or .that the; bitterness of his soul have quiet and rains Instead? They're gone out of sight and, the unconsciousman II located In this passageway, passing from. .. r"r.' -. -I--- =*

touched by the sweetness of. her bad enough Indeed but this makes roe In the- black water bad let go the entirely around the stove l>cfore.c'cap- ,

It aenCl'. Like the tree woman she wretched' One might as well be at the life-line thoughothe-Ilfe-preserver still lag to the flue a deflector Is plnced .In ;, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

f :-'she'was thinking pf him., not of mouth; of .a cannon,and expect to be buoyed him up with his pallid face the heat passage. The effect I Is to divide PENsULAR AND OCCIDENTAL, .STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT'UIAIIL t'

?_, Benelf. She loved him. and knew that shot into pieces.- 1 tell you-It's horrid lifting and falling In the shouting the heat passage with a division t -
W*V *a ,suffered Intensely because of the and I won't let you go outside that wares and seething foam. They held wall, deflecting the hot faxes from the r ,.' In Effect ArIl13. 1903. 1t '.

,'' Double nen'upon him. He was"soy door! You Just keep right on telling their lanterns aloft and shouted and flue until such time as they; have comleted -, I ; 'COUTN SOUND ./ : MOUTH BOUN3. ;.

troud and loved luxury so thoroughly; me"over end over tha't It will not last watched with the red lightning and > the entire circuit of the stoves. LvGJtamtSnn./rhac..Y..v.,5.:'' j. Havana Mon.. f I.............?.... It **... .
'' .r c..y ..t 8.D. Ttt....' ,...,j...',... Teo.l I I AI'K.J' WaMMoii., Pri:................ *1 p
; sat t, failure' was worse than death. long or I shall die I tell your! the flashing of the light-house lamp. In These are'usually built in O-shape and .vKy;era *_.!Thar...!.. '......".''. n Lr Kef Wm Turn Sa6.J.r 1111I.tK..lIo. 'I
s. : she knew also, that, be was too So what could he do but remain its revolutions. They could see the may be adopted for house-warming or i ...,Frl.-..........,...':. ArMlamtTeae..5.5..I IJg.

noble jipd too manly" to'seek death for with her and comfort her and think men at Intervals never'for longer than for cooking or. hot-water beating. Uoe 0097- of Local Tim Card:. or other. 1ntorn stloa.ddretasag ''...ent. "
K'.et!! ;) -AlIA..ofJaer cowardice i ? thatJ.b..wa.fte a swift glance but the mag risking his ----- / -
pfjin5tlW LkA r.J \ t h hA .'
: ; ltDe tljUrnile '{ Ji' i ff''efest and dearest of airwomen. life for the other was bravely; fightingto For Dressing a Belt

i,8I1dre-SIIell hes.:*".,., i/1yi, .. "i.r ijaAbsalttteb/Aappy knowing that save him. They could see that.A ---
".JQ&t11r' +e said V quietly she cared to detain him there:althoughIt half-dozen men dashed in the waterto new device for applying dressing \ *+*$s*

She turned to him at once. Even in was his wish to go with his friends drag, the two in as a-huge breaker to leather belts is beln* introduced. .

1,411,0. 48tl
.' amlllng upon him. need. the beach; for a blow, such as that ase. Into which a cake of dressing la l I'
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B ....
I a You are awake ,IIarold Whstt _. But..hijdd r"..-. U1 eJo\\'onia In the would possibly mean' death to both '. I BOBoaoveBoioJ
v t.ast4PUPtblebt'i** brilliant lights' heroicto i irF .t", 't ' -. ,
teq111 parlor; .uiade with to and thl man was proved too > .i "
'
,*7es r. Upd.dr tiJ vtntik'.in. 'leaden the illgttnTngr, huddled..j; in be dashed to death unaided. For *

otber thrdebIIMI.dl' a"a71 leasing group*, fearfulot "the"
th< t ,fr4VO> f 4 r the Igb.tnlng and sea, they'llid ndt dreamof Harold ,prahaa: 's soul) and the ono E Printing, l: 4

-! roai of the surf. "TerrI Ie."Alecla. especially a drama enacted upon the ;Jwlld4ch Instant'of struggle had' intensified-, and I ,I

for any n..Jf. tnnate, > ( Trithj: :tbd cJoMds} and lightning ennobled ulnv t r:y.

en C1Ch, to be upon the water: unpre- for a background and only lantern for A* they dragged the two on the t.i

pat d... '. ''' I ''ootligbts, Had Aleola known would higher beach out of reach of :.the fAIJ .KII4. :

doe.t. more the tt eWltl dJ. f'1l'r'hand"s"f bar* beeaAso stead? other breakers, the re.cuerTa.. aeAfcel7more ..! .i- {,

J: looking across the Mack, sand-hlUa- to i voice so soft with its comforting? conscious than the- re.eued. ,It. ,! ,1(. I' ,.... ..' .. .,
tberlnvlslble roaring .surf. "/- Would ahe have said that all was,yell bad, been a--terrlble battle. lie wa* yO. APPLT1MQ BKI.T DItESSIKO. "t 1 "-

."t bad not thought of that.? 11.10'aid.in even IB that storm? {? drenched through and through and :
knxloua note in her rolce. ,,' .Far down on the t'beach" the gu sta. his pallid face with the black hair Inserted and .U kept In place by a ;' 1 We' Cap easeou s

,, "jjfod need not worry.abont it,'dear" the hotel-bands and the, coast-guard\ clinging!* It. looked haggard under spring follower:, which keeps the rake ,
.. ,
.. -
of L. ..; .
-' dressing In contact with the'rollerat 4 w' ,- r-
(irouhled were best tor Mam- "
he *aid fcently, catching this doing their ,, a the' shifting lights .,

.' ,he.acbt'..breaker beating and"herself rocks to'pieces Just beyondThe among "Let'here take" suggested'em to one one of of'the the men.-cottages encaie.all times theCI'IlIerlt, 'CVheji''the causes movlnft It to belt revolve I ..,..,.. .. .. .'.. .. .. ..,..:' ,-

'4.' distant report of, firearm Interrupted 'yacht contained a pleasure party "tlULthe storm ,1* over. IfU never> 3o ,of rapidly and rub against'the,cake t Vt ,.. .J' J.a\ ':.I' iiw.v , ..1..1'1 '-
dressing ou the Inside of ; :
'lbe'n.e.
him, and, brought Alecla to her upon a fishing excursion ca'ugUt iq;the to try to get 'em to the hotel a* they By this meaty the 'dressing Is applied'. t .'
feet .HA als .
to the belt r ry evenly and quickly
I y dressUig.. , the fnry-of the r having 1! strapped (To be continued.) .. ; ;
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I. N-' !TOAST, here," she add.;/a sho fed her to a"mu-: to 'plan Improving'ths poultry-houses) : JK: JIl: ; ;,tz

A toast, to tb04a who sort. tq 1IItce.: .- for; tbafc MTf Tbeea/oW' I tajltr/f KV: *) : :
This day our board, Marie scarcely recognized herself''I tbeSrthtJ or tr Wa* -tnlod WURLP'5"'iWA3TE'' : tt

/Jud.. ,with the. chc not'amilin f_,' ...1f" no larger than her attendant:, M6MCPLTD ib1 .that It Is not th, expensive and fine- THE

To snars our hoard.4: her hair hung In burnished' waves .tooldng' house that Is the/most declr.. j I ,

Tb.y erI our frieniUlfaiid=d friends arirxni. about her,waist;; .her. dress ass looped I i/t* able.,..but the:house that contains the .. -=r: O,. : 7 h'P '*L '!'." YIltty', 1 .,.

O pUh: 'benignA! wh pearls and coral ana tint: spray .............. best features at a small, cost.' .Comfort- ." >1' .

To,bo the Heav'n hivne best me ) Mug,in'her ears. She was then taken ,Chlsk..d G.... .... t and utility .are .the points to*comblDe.Tbe'1Jlultratlon' FIShES
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spar TONS'ON'TONS TO'THE
FOOD THROWN
muelt"e. OF
fl<"]"lB. Ivory talrcase bordered: with I. : 1rat the hen Is an enemy to the gar, shows a' house. of this {.

And may meat ntaia COIct. a. door wan thrown Open; and a den Is'true to a certain,vextent. The Character, and' one that ,..may be built ..v"r. -.. -_ .......>oL ...

Of and drink footman called out "The 'earth-child fact that she scratches lu the garden is', tor'a small 'sum in 'liny section It - --""' .......--- -- .'
ICnoujU td Another forw for link friendship's! chain. and<< Marie found, herself. In a largo proof that the Is 'seeking Insects lui built In localities where the printers '. -- --BTBINQ--' of 'barges' piled had gone around that be1;was an 'easy' '

Columbuf,..Dispatch. room full of little people. stead of destroying; the 4ats.. fit is ,are nosevere.; .less..expend ve ,tut$0rmax' ttf -or\'high with 'aIklni'sa ot food: mark and there was a procession of

? ..Princess Lallenn. the eldest of the not advisable, however... tcr .)l0'w jtiie be used, and the house will not require ' o o were threading' their way beggars' up,tbs stairs to his flat all day'''

' seven little women advanced to meet old bens In the prdeJt as they will do sheathing. As built the structure A ;. -, X down Newborn Harpor to9VOsr loos- ""
NN N .N x. a"Vi, 8ne4 her Taking ber baud she led her Arid 'scratch provides for a sleeping 'room'and .' ? 5
/1.11* * *' * 0 to damage to the row out deposit their cargoes In the 1'he Janitor complained, and his own
I the ,further part of the room., where ,,,the seeds. It Is, however; advisable scratching shed,'the latter particularly' open... TODS ot the food servant told him that she would' leave

THE SEVEN : was a pearl throne thickly studded to allow the little chicks In the garden, were perfectly good but all of It 'was unless he got another girl to do nothingbut

with diamonds. On the throne was the as It Is the best place for them. Confine going to be thrown to the fishes.. ,answer' the door So.'.be bad ''to., ,

ITTLE "WOMEN I loveliest little creature M....'e"el' t>e.1 the: hen'In a coop and' let the chicks. house )s ten feet deep and sixteen: eel .....the barges passed by Incoming give,up his charitable scheme, and noW

: }. : ea held.. Her dress jvas of the' tint of the have the liberty of the gA 4en. They liner leaning over the tat- he sends all his waste food down the
a ,
.. .., .. .. .. .! .. .. .4 :1bktn. passenger
inner leaves of :
of I
blush dla. ? small Insects
a rose, tiny will find a large number{ t. frail exclaimed: dumbwaiter like.other people .

a Translated! From the Portuguese o* mond sparkled on her brow, and a crystal .'.' be,.better' protected. from,.the "WeH. I've traveled all over the world ,.....- of Fr.U Tfc_w. Away.. ;

: By William, s.,.Birr, II,'D. wand tipped ''WIth a blood red ruby hawks, and can do"no'damages-Mirror end'seen terrible waste of told In .the In" b:!
-The of New Tork Is
waste trait
was in her mite"Ota band. The princess and Farmer 8)10 I 'but I should have thought a '
bowed very low. ; as she stopped before , tropics, Tork wonld have Incredible.. Every; banana 'steamer w
NN * .. .* .* 0 . ,* the throne. 1". "Ylitlf...... : olg city like New alt bringshundreds\ 'of' thousands of !;

xp AntE sat drearily) waiting .'Your'eradou.. majesty she said Always In saving lettuce seed'choose this found,staff something than throw better it away.do.wlth' .bunches' of.fully ripe bananas, beautiful.

; for her father to come from with an enchanting blush "this earth. the plots which bare" the most leaves E Economists ajtree' that'all" ;over the ,;,yellow fruit Just readyto; In' eat, ,

o M. J.tuo tavern la the village. child was cast out Into the bitter night and which hare grown without Interruption f" world people w..te.u. much food a' The trade"wUrnbt.iwndle/.rnUl{ thin
condition It Wants 'green fruit. Allthese
because she befriended myself and sis- from the seed. The practiceIn ;
{(Many years: of sunshine and AJI .n'allana, f opirrat cr ow they consume. Practical, men who
-"rOW"" shadow had passed since tera.'' For that kind act we took the liberty many; families Is to pluck the leaves yn ? have studied the subject say that the ripe bunches are thrown away.

her motber.had kissed her and then ; to'bring'' hcr'here, knowing that two or three times, and when at last long divided equally. .In the plan the inhabitants of ,American, towns, ,and "Only a short time ago over. a million

'bad crossed the dark silent river to a you are the friend of the deserving..? the leaves begin: to be touch then let portion on the right .is the scratching cities are more wasteful than similar 'bananas Drought In ,b, ,the British r r

land of brightness, joy and peace. There was a murmur sweet as the the plant send up Hi seed stalks. Usually shed F indicates the open'front, covered communities in Europe- and that In steamship Chlckahomlny were wasted

Marie was almost in despair for sound of the touotaln'':song at even the largest crop of seeds'Will' come with wire netting and, from the New Tork the greatest waste occurs for' this reason. ,Last year remember'
from the multitude said fewest Inside a curtain of heavy sheeting or an' Italian' steamer coming In with' a .
of fairies, who from the plant that has the
there was only a small;black loaf Jn ."New York is far and away the most '
burlap Is hung to be let down at night cargo of lemons. The market 'was
with one voice, leaves but It will not be worth plant. ''
the cupboard, and she was often beaten wasteful of all our cities,, ,said an official ,
when Antone,' her father, was an- "Oh, beautiful Queen Alteen., friendof Ing.,_Grown as lettuce tor seed shouldbe !And during stormy days. .A representsa' who has had bad great experience glutted at the time, and there wasno
the deserving. done, without disturbing a leaf, and dust box: of'considerable sue, and a of refuse in several price for them. It was cheaper to buy"lemons ;
I.T1. window placed above this, so that It In tbe disposal here than to Import them.. The
After the' applause had- died away each plant will produce very few seed- .is communities. "Flat life
Suddeuly there was a timid knock at the lovely queen arose and said in a but seed from this nearly seedless lettuce will be as light and sunny as possible American to waste., In whole of the cargo was given to our de..

the door. voice so. sweet that Marie held her Is worth any amount ,of seed while, the fowls are dusting. D Is the :ads almost Inevitably ar6'compnratively' partment to throw away,. "

"Come In," said Mario. breath to listen f . : Which, )s'produced the usual-way. box containing grit and E is the trough' Philadelphia there not one-bun- !This sort of thing seems an 'awful

The door swung slowly open and ".You' did quite right, 1111' dear.eons-, for water, '10 placed that It: maT be -few flits, and probably' waste, but I can assure you it Is not at
wasted
food
seven little womeu entered. In.. Ladles Bee'and Butterfly bring A rnfnl HI.t. used from the sleeping room as well as dredth. part as ranch 1'1, all uncommon.: On a smaller scale It Is
.
"We are .cold and hungry," said the hither 'the scarfs woven from rain- .To feed a pig or a calf In a basement .from the scratching shed.> On the left theve as In New:, Tork, 'and In Philadelphia always happening at our markets. A-
the women
eldest, "as we have come a lone distance bows.". do not pour the milk down spout, for of.tbe. drawing is shown the sleeping people, are economical, ..carefully. I fruit dealer has a few boxes 6f orangesor ;/
are very tired and .would 'e''oosta which do'their housekeeping very: ; tomatoes.' The market la lust'clos "'
; we ,B
This. was a great honor, and tbo the Inside of the latter will soon beconie room, of Boston
like to stay all night" '. seven sisters looked highly pleased and very ,filthy and bard to clean. are placed low''and 0 the nest boxes. The same'remark holds good and, lag, be'Can'C'pt his price. and rather

"You are very welcome" replied :Marie murmured grateful thanks as they. I Make a chute like that-shown In the! Of these nest boxes either the row in in rather lesser degree.cities Chicago but hot than sell them 'tor flvs* cents leas be

after "f .hesitation, as she donned the scarfs. "' >- front Or that at the side may, be need 8t touts are wasteful hands.them over to ns to throw'.wl.7.
fats N.'Yor'k. Pitts-
piled more on the'' fire. Then "And now," continued .the- queen I for' sitting hens. The whole arrangement neatly so wasteful as That happens every day.. It makes a

IIbo divided the loaf into seven portions bring a scarf of- moonbeams as a reward is compact And inexpensive, and burg and Cleveland rank also them'very man's heart bleed to see such Immense'
I
and filled seven tin cups with .spark- to the earth-ebild for her kind will fill tbe bill in any .er'uoa and for wasteful. I think would quantities of good food thrown away

Hug water from a spring close by. ness." any brood.-Indianapolis. .'News.ZtoeapvratloB next: to New York. Brooklyn; and Jersey while many people, even In prosperous,,
wasteful
"I am sorry there Is, no more bread," There was a shout of approval from -- : tllty are decidedly less Xew:Tork,.haven't enough to eat"
she said pleasantly "but you are welcome ., Solll.* than Manhattan."As ,
:
the fairies at this, and.'to Marie's won. American Thi W..t..1 Tc.pl... :
her sister
with
to'thle" I The management of the soil is at the compared
der and delight the took a scarf (
In; a few moments the, bread, had dis that glinted like moonbeams queen on emerald present day' a subject as Importantasthe ; the English housekeeper Is a model But In spite of this Indictment the
appeared. management; of stock, and as the of economy As 'a rule the London student of economics- must gq to the

"We thank yon +cry" much," said ..all shoulders leaves,sold and. throwing it over- -ber- soil can gain or lose in fertility accord housewife only provides for her.family tropics to .see the greatest waste of

the little women in chorus as" they' "As long, as : keep this we will ing to Its treatment the value of a farm' I just as much' ftxxLlas: they can;eat food. Most tropical countries produce

gathered around the fire. "And if we watch ;you And lords depends upon the mannerjn which the I Her country cousin is even more care enough to.feed a hundred times their '

ever have the chance we will do as over you. now my soil has been cultivated. And not only .ful. The idea .throwing away half a population. Take; Jamaiafor. In y
and ladles: to the dauce.- '
much for yon." away t does cultivation affect! the soil, but the pound of> steak or, a couple; of lamb stance. She exports srgequantLUes 4 h

% "You are very kind. replied Marie. Mario Folding: doors were thrown open, and beneath cat, and lower a pall down Inside. kind of crop grown thereon influencesit chops as the Gotham housewife does of bananas., Granges and pineapple to
saw a long table bending -
I? They all fell to'talking and It' was the most exquisite, flowers and' When the. pall is In place raise the and changes its quality and textureto without qualm.would frighten
not long before ,1Iarle'. told her story, fruits, with dainty crystal. dewdropsfor ; front by a cord running up to the first a'certain extent Many soils have But If you want to' see real economy In fruits are left to rot on the ground.A .

which was dreary enough.* drink in traced All floor. A IlIde.' tq be operated- lIT a been brought a high degree of fertility housekeeping you must go to Scotland. : walk: through miles'of plantations SA'The
superbly
v "My' father does not like strangers, ," was and mlrlb. A tiny.cups chimeof f cord, would answer..s well. Without with the aid .of but a limited amount In Edinburgh and Glasgow the women shows thousands pf trees' weighed a ;

tine, said hastily, as the loud} .laughing bells hilarity sounded and, ns if by magic the slide or raised front the animal: of manure by- growing leguminous have reduced the ellmlnatiOn"of'wa..eto down ''by" lusetous fruits whichhave..
and sboutlng of Antone and his boon lIe would hear the pall 'descending and crops; which'not only cover the soil a fine art" : not: been picked because the market1 '
the. table mu
companions were borne on the 'air thrilled the disappeared listening air.merry and. lovely' would euck'it.bead" Into. the chute. and protect It, but which also..derive : Dr.' J.; M. Woodbury; New York i, price at the moment did not pay for the

and ;you.must be Very quiet while he couples whirled In the dance.A Farm Journal nitrogen from the air and'add it to tbe Commissioner- Street Cleaning, cost of export. Those fruits.are all.. left'

is In the "house. My bed Is poor 'and smart little gentleman 'fairy In a ..,- plant food already existing in tbe soil. agrees with this official as far. as bis. to rot r, .. !'

small, but It la a little better thnn-the violet sult bowed to Marie and begged Working th. Batter.It It is not only In the gain of fertility own town is concerned. ; world's mango 1'dp.1' the great,,

bare ground she added sjnlllrtg.Antone ; her to dance- the next set; with him.- Is quite common now to Andjbuttexthat that the farm Is' enriched but also in "It Is only natural" said the Com; cst,;'waste of alL'\: The mango is one of.

was In a very 111 humor:; He rust as they took their places 'Marie' I Is not worked much: hare seen the prevention of loss byrao managing mlsBloner. :'the! other' ,day. '"that the the. finest fruits In the world and, prob-;

raved and stormed a long time; finally. Felt herself shaken violently, and open- a good many' samples on the market of the soil that even after the crop is removed richest cities in America should be the nby| the most nourishing.: It grows In

.Hewing Marie, .be thrust ber out: of her she saw her father bend- late that If It had been worked more a protection given against, most 1"wa.ietuJ. New:,York, should' bewildering profusion most parts of I
f doors declaring he would kill her If Ing eyes her."My 1 would have been better. One reason of rains' heat and frost While these say wastes more food than any other, thq tropics: The'aee roea'.at nothing' ..
lag anxiously over' lots being defective In this respect are'at times, beneficial and important must waste nearly,all
Ibo dared to enter the house again. little Marie" he exclaimed eagerly -, so many agents city.- It pretty else In the mango season. They' sit under
Is because there ;has been so under conditions of the it consumes. I am simply astounded
I "Others can play' at.that game." exclaimed'several "I feared had to- some mpch as a mango tree and gorge themselves,
fine voices and ,fut ; ;you have gone your for much said by public Instructors at soil It is necessary to guard against at the large quantities of food allday long, until the wonder la.that
good news
and furious fell the blows of the seven dear dear mothers" kissing I._ her fondly; "I have, dairy; conventions ,nnd dairy schools losing that which is gained' earlier'inthe given to my department by fellow yew they ,do not burstAn average, tree'1,
;you, about overworking butter, and the result season of growth.. Yorkers to throw away." .
, .little women. Autoiio growled savagely : taste another drop of .beers over ooo.m8.Jaaoec.. each as ,big.ns
r and, releasing.bis daughter, turned drink sworn again.neven.to Your Uncle Manuel Is- Is many makers have gone to extremes It is an advantage to' plow some rolls "Can you give an idea 'ot"the total n large orange !'nd'ther..are.' hun;

to bl.'lmallnnt8 nlltl"deaUng heavy and do not work enough: :In late in the tall but scientists are not quantity? Are America that glorious golden
blows, but they were without.avail. going land and will, with him" m/ opinion utterlbat Is not worked unanimous tin their opinions regarding available the Commissioner. ,,,svsa. Jaqta ca'-.lon8., "Tho natives,' with aft. "ttheir

Crying out In rage and terror Antone, we go about his neck enough Is quite as faulty as that whichIs this subject It Is advocated that there asked, , 'appetite; cannot eat'one'per'' oss C;' .:
threw her ,
Marie arms overworked.'' Surely. too much workIng is too much of the soil by matter that defies statistics. '' ''"
seeing-that-his .efforts! to conquer his with burst of tear. exposure 'No, It i* a- of the'traP, 'Which 'may be conssrva>
foes were In -vain ignominiously tied, a glad !" she cried Jojomly.'This : Is Injurious, just the same -as too which large portions of soluble matter ," was the reply' N( 'But the.. :xperilence ; tlvely'estimated; at 10,000,000,000 man* ,
"I
glad '
am so : little is defective. In making good but are lost Nature covers the soil always of department: Is that almost coesayeafti >-, V,
shouting for help. than ''with the '
Poor Marie wept bitterly as* she fell Is* better. staying; tor there are three conditions which depeDd and never lea"ell"lt exposed. Undee every; store,'' market.: "9u.e'A d:flat'in Unfortunately, the I fruit cannot be-

to the ground, A light snow was fall- fairies/,. wonderful dream- largely upon -the-,making, and to the fallow system'practiced; In tormrf New York dally;throws away a,large exported. It- rlll not stand a sea voy--; ''
she told ber *
Ing, and tbowlnd-swept down from the And advimturebeecarcelTknew which. get all of these JuH.Hght requires the years when -"....tfng'"'the land a';year quantity offoojd... The total Is enormous. age'unless' it is treated with more are' J "'

mountain in"wild/ fierce gusts. She or he listened. constant application of' skilled _judgment of, two, by omitting crops, the soilgained If you go dow to the,, depart than It is profitable to give;"' 'Thus it la \, '.

heard her father's cries ot terror, and Antone laughed his merrily and as there is not abapplerpair : The first1-point to be observed In fertility,, ;yet the'' plow ;was ment dumps, where the refuse collected that many; .tropical ,,countries .arercov
Ho kept word is adhesiveness. This, should be' sufficient not used during the resting period. The > la..deposited.in scows ered
saw him flee toward the ,village closely to be found An. all' over the city at certain seasons of the le ,.,.bI:
the JHUe.women., It now than , to cause the .butter, .to stick to- :. gain.in fertility was attributed to the for ultimate disposal, ,you ,will..beenr' rotting mangoes... .'
pursued by
even and his little daughter.-WovcrleyMagatlne. +
was not long before* they &me'backand tone gether as ob..mass. In ther Ivorda It. scanty growth qf herbage which covered prised to see how large a proportion of :good Throw ..' u.. yuho.. ,,.._... .as.
the eldest .0.'cr7.tAl.bell. It should .be."waxy!' and,compact without tbe almost barren, fields, but the the refuse %nslstsof, foodstuffs.! vTou
taD! of bellechiming.through being sticky; or.greasy. Avoid its I real gain was in the covering of tbe will then be' able ,to< realise;:what,a There Is a great waste at seas:'where''
was answered 3 py a multitude Itonq x. oblset: It Is generally supposed that food Is re-.,
and being too porous or crumbly. The next soil and tbe additional plan %food wasteful clty.NewiTork is. 't.1 .L ,
.U'eT.IWood Many years' ago the writer'vieltedthe thing to be considered Is the amount of brought down by' the rains; whlca was Toms at Wasted ........ carded at its proper value. ,On the l>Ic '
tt plain until the .ir,"'.' flllefl with music Y \ "
Hawaiian Islands. In making a water ther butter, contains. To this transformed into other, substances', II' visited In passenger llners"the, stewards, :throw:
i ; ,Abeautlful, .little coach drawn .bt. trip around one of the smaller islands point there Is much attention' being' the indigenous herbage covering the .Two of these dumps. were"several:;lblgscows overboard'' every day _almost aimndtfl;;1 ,
horses A 'there 'were
both
tvblto
milk appedrod. places
seven we came one day' ,updn a veritable bitpf the toodl'ftI 'the 'cabin passengers eats"
given at present. Many .times :when soil as a mulch and thus promoting with'nothing' but food
footman in splendid. .livery openQd the Eden.. In the backgroundswere the butter'*it taken from the churl formation pf humus. Learning from laden sometimes more, it the'passenger list:.

door and the seven"little''women Bee the mountains, reaching to the clouds; more liquid adheres to the particles orgranules experience it has occurred to many' pro.gresslve hundreds .tons' of food., ,Potatoes 1.D, < t'.very'folU This' food la set4ORlt'It
'
tl -companled by Marie;entered And the about vs a halt, dozen grass;houses, j than,Undesirable; this undue ; farmers that mulching the soil bread, apples, tomatoes, bananas, meat,, ever/ given to the crew'or the steer:'. )t
carriage rolls:daway.,! "stopping before of verdure, sbhd- turnips;' onions -were piled up in great : V- .*..o.HI
each In its setting sKare rendering It. defectl, Jt does is ,to protect It against loss as well as thousand age passengers
a huge rock, which Marie bad,Soften owedby' cocoanut palms; below ns tha -notTnatter, whether tills :molstuje I. In tq add to Its fertility. ' heaps on the.scows" with a 1 '' A :New i Yorker :once traveled o4rg'!

hl climbed, tbe 'oqtll)4n ,blew a,, shrill jnletwaters 'rof' the lagoonwlthjtbe the shape, of buttermilk pure*water or Weeds are.claimed! to be.paturegreteuperatlve other eatables" West Indian .tea81.hlp.belon to a, '

Whistle, {tloorewpng) open and thdcarriage white!. Ihie of barrier reef,' ''and beyond -, brine, an excess of It' Is not wanted crops, which repair the "Is it always Ilk. this.oneofthe! asked. I servilce.KhlchJs' called byaallora the. ,11. ,, ,'

.passed tfatbugh a long avenuebndedlbeeeggyluedwlW that' thejndJgosea reaching to and this surplus moisture Is.taken out losses made by, man,'. Wceds,compel. "officials of the department: was : "Jlungry Goose, I4uerf.becauseo the,, '
... flow* "bertzo'n Wi 'sat" down in the I is "Tea, alwat''somore"or'less9beanswered."Often scanty supply' ot food in the :
the- by working,. hence too little.working the Jndolent. farmctJolculUyata t1 he. ; tOJ'eeasUe"1 "
a era and fruit,_until j( IItoppedJ>etore a shade to rest .n4' a native came out the.rff1La. grcntdeslmore -E\"erT'"da7-hMf-eaten'1o1Dta-of-m..k "
apt to result in leaving too, much waterIn soil to save his crops and they at-once .
" superb palace from which came'thosound Interview,.,. us. He ,was a perfect the product. Them comes streaks. cover the soil with heavy growth .#. food'than'this' "... ,'>"to' -throwaway."" v ..' puddings, stale""bread ;.6d/''p>[tfe.;'*oC'! '.
;, of music and laughter.; of uncivilized man. In the known' to have Look at IMs cart. cookedvegetables were throw oyeri. "
specimen .U Is that jMlft Intensifies soon as the farmer ceases crops .
tbe
"Her &:gracious/ majesty. has.come, prime-of life sir: feet.tall; straight as brlng -,out color in butter,,and'when on the land. If the stops of the' farmer Ai he spoke 'a'cart come'along' b ar&' ,WhU tbe'New, Yorker: atood

al said several voices as they entered the. an arrow, with a- frank open countenance the salt is not thoroughly mixed with do not cover the soil'so as to form.com wharf and tipped Into tbe'neatest scow watching this feeding of the fishes one1;

i palace. I' and an inch-wide lace-pattern all particles of the butter alike the product plete protection the weeds make an at. a load cOmppaeti O ,vegetables! morning a sailor came npaadsaidj .

"As the sleepingflowers'' haste togreet itclpe: 'tattooed in blue the whole length will, after being made up.show tempt to gainbeinnttterytibut when and' fruits. *: ttf.j,1m done..'... )with;.h/uq this>K .."Look at that'ere. was** .I*.Q,7eC.
"Is Bothlng ever
the sun at morn, so1 we haste to of each leg. light colored streak; and will have a the crop is heavy" and dense the weed ' ,they' Starves, ns poor.chaps forfc "

greet her highness'our loved cousin" Said my guide: "Do you- live here.. ?" mottled appearance when cut down are kept down. Different! soils may" be food.."Nothing r the Visitor It''III'tasked all' tbi'own'' '' ," I Q": another ;-Voyage th.? .! ,1"",.
away
replied the little women. "Yee""AlwsyaJlved with a knife. When such goods are covered by'' dlrrerenC'wee '. see,1lt
Marie was conducted to'a chamber here" i placed on the-market this defect-will porous soils hauDgiMegdst: thaU<*vill l was the answer. And.wbellit'yew "'throw" overboard''' becanstitbVIwere "'.

bung with blue'aad'sttver tapestry. "Tea. t be found serious one. and will.result thrive ,on, them, though .not...suitable\ is not nearlylai, bad comes too'fast. ''All'daJ'' /,
Half ot JC it, not ,
i The furniture war of Ivory, covered "Why donH ''youl go 'ooftc cf tbo in a cut in the selling price wherever elsewhere, 'tt the'weeds are allowedto Into our.bands. :. long' 'tbe sailors hove the, SlcU.I

with blue velvet wrought with pearls. plantations to live?" found.! To some .consumers'"mottled produce 'seed .tb'e' ,. become'a. crop, more, Is good to eat Unless yoq hate:I trunches ot,fruit to"tb..w.n.., T- '

Oh. how beautiful it all wool "What for,". " ". butter gives the Impression. of unclean- but:if plowed' cnder'tbey'add'to;the actually! collected wastefulness 14e refuse you have low'streak of wasted food stretched,as' ry'
Presently a' entered and habits in and ; ltltlon''t''eh''orlllea.' 'to no Idea of the. of.the,average'famllyina.NawrXork far the''eye'' reach In the
tiny lady To:!work. liners and filthy making, soil. Tl1e CJ s 8 Culc 'wal.
making a little : '! + > ; this account. soil In theiwlaten 'If'the flabe-,4 4 . : : r
queer bow.nald "Fc. what? 'r" : t is(very objectionable on' covering the otte! ellil ::1 .
:"The wife buys a steak and gets dip. . s.
"Princess Lallena bade me dress you, "Taea"raJ money.- ', I'' Other; conditions may have more or1 land, Is plowedand I itlwn seeded to> a- I World'. West. Lir'Stosk. I r
for the queen desires to see you." "WJbat do'I want of money,T 1 own less to do -with the butter being mot. crops) in the fall, thesoilJsprotected, rier. ready; 'and then husband comes '

"The ueen?" replied Marie. my grass- house\ ; I own my'; vegetable :tied but the trouble !Is best overcome put tItthla,1., not"t doue. nature; still home fromybptplpyeq,1l't1&.Ry1' tickets;. Pug. There Is enormous'". of f(

"Yell." was the reply,' "the 'queen of patcw I own my canoe, I make my, own by! working and mingling the'lighter makes a tur 1Jer. effor ,.wlli,weeds that your hat'on, little girl .Tve got the great catU an4 sj> ep.sario ,

the fairies." nets and I don't wear,any1 clothes; why parts with .the: small till, ,the salt: Is spring up later in t eealOoo to coveFthe : for the theatre, and.we'nlbaTe, some tries especially in New Zealand, 'for"t

"Oh. how glad I shall be to see her. should I woritr: _Boston_ ,T/anscrlj II >t,,, evenly. dlstrlbuted-ltnd all become of soil'with''mulch.( "The subject !t.' dinner' firstatraVrestaurant/' So.the train. /clomll'.fd .
wh61e, the'dlnnee.che has prepared i ,
.of ,
her eyes;: sparkling with.pleasure; then .' our shade.; :People who'are giving-instructions one that ontm bd.lt.eit to'the'consid Ilel "Dd"
d added humbly; "i am only little Majrlo k !f.w B:&|>lo.lT. TrI- .. on 'working bntter, should eration; formers//rind;' thoUgh'Jt1li: ; goes-4qwq. tbe.dnmbwaltei; to.thllt gar I .he and cattle are slain DIf'o,

Manta and I fear she.. will not bepJe8led. 'A oommlBsTon! &T'Jexp"eflsLippoIntea not be too strong in tbelr.flenunfcjatlono admitted! that tbeoryll"at1presenftln' hare halt Even,. whenJtheydq dine.at. elrl' I.O..aahos\teQ.: 1''1'

' by, the' German Minister of War, I. over-working,, for while-".
"Au was the kind reply, "her majesty conduc a series 'experimonta tff. aware that over-worked. butter,is apt practical! experiments will >.b&fatnre muck llrgek* than.they 'cab eatTa'nd a able, A,% mal who;had., [ ',, ibeep.mq '' ni

Js very; .kind 'and loves good 'children tteut'ts'praLttCalfaluoofne'Wrexw !to be salvy and defective In other ways lead to. a4 cowplet.te olauon,..la ;the third6r, ..a"half,vt.tt'wlllmateiycpmesto '' 1 ) .:.New South,'Ws es. .de- ,#>

,, :princess Lallena and her sisters iro kraiiv --that which In many ways is not worked treatment/ ; of .soils.sfter.: the tcgplar: L tia. 'j u,4" ff''' hi dared that 'fce once Mw.te carcasses.
"
have/ told bow kind to'them eonstructwrrto"fllscbarge ; defective in An4.they hardjy ever: .-.t .iLt f way, of over 0000 sbee > t "They .
you were enoUgh: Is also many ways, crops bevebeenremoTe b Bh.adinji! Jhe.. "
and hok'you' OOk' are: of.'.Ip'ar.o-' thor results' of tb.'} .' .nd',when the two sre'plaedd" oe'tbe soil promotes ,fertility and this gain foo'tIIe,,.OQflld JQ tthe, ? nt.pJ.ce.nJ. bad bend slaltf for tbelr wool alone A ; d W

that wicked' OJ"'Wounde4.nd'left satisfactory. Soahralt 0 market side J>7'1,"48, hech.anfifli ot tl occur*'bostlV'lri'' JlatJmb'b\ : t tt'mustbfrfomtrVeVIand 01fflc lt.fiMnaggai to tackftr a fanUly, none pg thMv me.twastSed.t' ,
for Id wWtfef for' Uviag.io. ,... af tv3ntb t aeco 4 .>Jtlbiea,,. TM I ptvbleca ot proPer food dlatrlb .Airk'; ,
and
fa
destructive
dead, many other thin, fs also/,, ,. aa far more fair price.'. generally,In. von of theoverWorked Irettltl .
,"It .... nothing" blushed Marie I and all, otlJer '.:sets prodneWVw M. Coucb,in os0itba'rolio>wtng yeat..LPhiliadetbblii' Nei: Tp4 s "'JAADlrl. cRbNp&q I' .ffJr tl.n IT.'dlmCI. y.i lr. :

' -While I! ,they gere talking"the fairy It,has been Invented by*Bavarians, Agricultural }Bpttomlstvs.H t: t'smHvt'2 [- R dssaernedasttvasrrMsssr' GIM" In any.rtffPf ST 'prpjy,' 1.'f. 'n ne\.,;. "

had combed the'to11nlr'tlrI'' s hair.-re% 1 AU engines "Ta ',hyiBan. ,. ., '( ''- 44 .-, .y,.-..A't. .< l'I.\' \Ati' a I ..'. ' t roan loWeVer. who was shocked' at.ibefamVX .Jptt Stalnea, In the ,T, l twenty-nlni per'tentr and'saM that all"the uneaten '
moved li mJiH* it w i I4dontook pbout .waste. .
s her ragged clothes and dressed ; MI .t..A ro ltry . -.. ,, '
Sbmetlmes; gain ot Wii whoR number! *f letter delHvered food must be put aside and given ,1
, .her |n.arob: ..whlU 'and .6ft' as the X'm:: &flp his point 'At theaeaJOnll'WbeD the poottrj" are r
In the United Kingdom la the to the1 poor. He told two or three 'ho take* clever woman h Donttete' 'r
summer clouds.' : In an argument by allowing. th '
! ",--rc1l'lnun"b"'If\t.\ iri i' wMlt 1'f.'fd' tdlk'hflhlelfdh r- **n -.. ... .roosting plate"'1t nljtCMTf'good timed last fiscal year. ,; 1>01' to call for It,. In A'week the word j'j j bu.b without, letting him know, ur
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T06 KMfflHHw Valley Gazette! BLAME THE' DAM., RUN-OVER ,LOCAL ITEMS.Mr. ._r "'.....---__ -i i

It begins to appear from the following i
TKLKPHOHS: NO. 11 -

"1 so.M.IDsvaavru.av' from the last isssue of t.bctForti C. W. Ward, secretary of the w. DAMN: < i
:9c* In VaU y Wawtte Building, Myers Press that the people of Leo United Land Co., returned from CHAS. .
> County, or at least a portion of them
I/ 1CI .IxxEEoectuLACoyNTy.TLa. Washington D. O., a few days ago. "
are beginning to realize the truth regarding '
3. E. PoUND, Mist Grace River, of Lake Butler, MAN.Offeringof (
dam though
Wr'.B. H.uuus, I PaoPamToaa it has taken that a Hlcpochee terrible experience- to arrived Wednesday and is a guest of ) THE SHOE .

J. E. ,POUND' Editor.Bnterwl force It home to them: the family of Sheriff Prsvatt, with.

,u -4 tb.Pmwfllo in 11....,rim., "Minutes' of a meeting held at the whom she will spend'sproe time.Rev. .

.' ._Moona-el-M. _. mall. matt.4 ....-. _. Fort Denaud. school house .on Thursday O. J. Frier Called to Lly Oak. :
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.JI1J1LJ .1J..11I.TT | night October IS, 1003. ,.. about 35belnir ) New Fall Goods :
Bab.crtb.rwill. ..I.... nom-tile office II present. The Democrat Is pleased to learn I ,
the oommunloiloni fall to|*tb.' .paper.xcol re.u from srly.our author-- "Mr. J. Hagan announced theob-' that Rev. O. J. Frier of'KUslmraee, avery I .

teal reepon4ep'UI man 1N 1irnxl b-' the ject of!the meeting to be the consideration able divine has been-.tendered
-wrltet. of the ctiuses of Use late overflow. the call as pastor for the Baptist
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ailed Rejected f.r. naU.r trill not bo returned unless "Judge J. W. Williams was elected church '>t this city. He is arr eloquent .
Th- dltori.set" re.pou.Ibt.foropiuloaaex.jpve..d chairman aqd II Baldwin secretary. speaker, a pleasant and affable. gentleman ---' -- BOYS' CLOTHING. bo II} o>' '
correspondent "Mr. Williams dl.cuesedthe;; subjeoexhaustively and a true Christian, whose ;:: II}
.Ad.e l.lo.rate may.b. bad on application.- day the sin ..2
and brought official ev every life is a sermon to :
Nothing conduces to a
deuce that Lake-Okeechobee was low- ner. The Democrat on behalf of the .: >.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES., ered four and one-half feet. by the citizens of Live Oak, extends to Rev. f boys' appearance and to .. ...-
On*oopf,on*year'...,,,,,,,"-i,,j.,*...," ..'1.00 drainage <<;aD.II. He demonstrate O. Jv Frier a heaety welcome to' our his self-respect and thro'these .. ;:: I = 0
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;k I1.opyhre.moui.,,.... ty*.\.f,<-.":*.. M from. map and careful ..mathernatlea city.-Live Oak Democrat.. to., the moulding of C: on
calculations that it would .simply be Mr. Frier, when asked by a representative the character of the futnre LOo'; Aai

ti Friday, October 30. 1603. impossible I for any rainfall ever heard of this paper yesterday as i I I roan than to keep hi tn' neat '.. : .>. = u- 'I
Caloosahatchee -
of, over the whole whether he would the f J I I ... Q) = 1:
to accept above 9
valley, to raise the water to in anyway ly dressed. His clothing 0 Q II}. '
compare wlta that lately experienced call stated than l i had not. a.* .yet I II need not be expensive but "" eo .
notice to the UentocraticExecutiveCommittee ; and hold it Up' for two weeks 'fully made up his mind. .) ."- neat and in the prevailing .UU.n. -
of.Osceola. \. Therefore he charges the 1 late overflow \ j .0411)>> ;
to' the dam that has been constructed School Building to be Enlarged; . styles. We have -a nice ;:. .eoS
There will not be of ;
necessity a
any i and 'C
at the' foot of Lake Hicpo- line: of 'these goods
meeting/ on the 3rd of November as chee 'and said further that he considered The attendance at.the Osceola High would like you to see them. -

per call as the Governor has already' \-the value of property along this School has so far outgrown the capacity I While they last : $1.00 .">. .... .n..
river reduced fully one-half by the existence of the and teaching .0
appointed.. W. Thompson to fill out building/ '
of the dam alluded to above if I values only 75c; $3.50 d :: ..
the unexplred term of Arthur Donegan, force as to make necessary extensive '
allowed to remain. He advised an appeal value only 298. : ;
"resigned.. A E BE A EDEN, to the Board of .Trullt.ees'of the additions to each. We leash that the l' # t' : 2 HI E:; 9

Chairman. Internal l Imarovement Fund. He said authorities have in contemplation an -- -_ U'lIQc. '
further if,we could get satisfaction" annex.of four class rooms to* be built ft.SHOES') > =

There will be two primaries next he believed that the people should rise oa the West end of the building, = 0 d.c.. !
the nuis 0 .:I.cU
in their might and remove for everybodyfrom -
summer to decide who shall"be the ance. The maps used were official which will be begun as,soon as tbey the tiniestto IT S [ ,
nominees for some of the offices, but maps and charts of civil engineers of can arrange for it. The present. build- ) D

the State Committee will have enough the Okeechobee section and surround-. lug/ was atone time thought to be ad- the largest t13 P.l

money left to hold. the second one., All IDII'I. well equate for all time but the growth of m" "Dorothy Dodd" ,
"Mr.-J. J. Davis read a re > is our'specialty, .
candidates be assessed five .he town and the of the -- "
per ceived paper giving excel lent evidence popularity ladies shoe.- WE SELL HATS,
y, 'centof the salary of the office for which why we should feel I sure that the dams school bas proven that Idea to have: a ALSO. '
win .
Our fall and [
they will run, and this will bring the the cause of the .overwwelmln _destruction been false. We are pleased to know r

"committee lot' of money from the dozens "Mr. Baldwin that bas also come read upon'us.a letter on hat this measure la receiving/ atteniob sure ter line to will please.be ti" '' No big stock of them but 1

of eaDdld.tel.-Ez. and that relief from the crowded k
1 he, subject.. Price $3.00 a well selected line of. the
b Howard made remarksis iouditlon of the school is to be per
"Mr. Thos. : soon most serviceably shapes, '
Apropos of the drop of steel common 1 {.pair and there'snotib'
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I to the manner of procedure. riven. sizes, colors and styles we I
< ..to 12 cents the New Yolk Sun ob- "Judge on a pointf better.- '
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that could find for the
"' verveu "The bead of the nation has law, and said believed that Kelly. Kllpa. We also have a. ;' money .

seen fit to create' this condition. Hehas anyone who was injured by the overlow The range season is upon us and ff) nice I line i of we ask for them. We invite -
could recover damages from the ; inspection of .
our
your
arrayed one class against the o b- everybody'Is'busy. cheaper good -
the
for -
wh are responsible conitructlon
ed., He has. promoted discontent ,on .Den of'the dam."Mr.JoelLewis The excitement about the measles in all -styles':- I stock and:! will appreciate 1 1''

the part of labor with 'the best conditions of Alva bald bethought ias'calmed down; there have bnnn no !b) your patronage. Drop into t I
1' It would be more advisable to I ii see us when in town. .
that labor ever enjoyed in its cases: .in our immediate section.Mr. .. I .
''hlltor,. He has fomented the most >pen other canals than.The. to close those oflrcul.tIDg N. Bronson of Shingle spent .
already existing. advisability or-
dangerous passion against/ all forms a petition to have the damemoved Sunday at Kelly. He Is the same old Come to us for Shoes any kind. ----'- j ,

of wealth and he bas himself assailed ; was-.considered at length. 'phunny phellow" as he was. 'n JI
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a it with a beat almost fanatic In Ita Mr. Lewis suggested that we work A good !many of the young men ofour '

R' baLeDllt)'. And;he bas allied himself through. our representative at Wash section are working in the orange J' ;

openly with the elements of lawless, Ingtou."Mr.. Edward Parkinson of Alva, business at Finny Point. See our 50 Counter-Bargains. .

turbulence and defiance of the social 1 was present and took part In the dis- The fall gardens. are-not. so good

,status which we Inherit from the founders sussions. this season.as. usual-too wet some .
"It was voted by a large majority
of our government." As this comesfrom weeks ago-toodry now. w.
ot,t those present that we bring the mat. .
a stalwart of We recommend to teachers . -- .-
republican paper it Mr I before the Board of Trustees our careful -

Is entitled to some weight. I the Internal Improvement Fund by perusal of the State Superinten f
1\ means of a petition and that Judge dent's last report.-for the biennium _
"'" "Yes,'* said the proud mother, "If Williams draw up said betttlon. ending June 30 Itt02. It is full of ,
COME AND SEE
f f' I do it "Messrs. D. (l. Hlers, John Dyess ;
say myself there Isn't another .
and for the
and Thos. Howard were elected committee good Interesting things "
r ,'I'lrllo society. who has been so thOI'ou&hIT to circulate said petition. teacher. OUR NEW LINE OF FALL 1

; schooled and who bas enjoyed ,The- resolution was unanimously neighboring schools, as far as 1j.,_. tFts .erttsfa \
that we endorse Mr. Parkinson l J
'eojpany the advantag- adopted
preliminary -
we can learn are doing well with a
s .. in the Fort Myers Press
,t i'es. She bas had the appendicitis relative to the damaging effects of the fairly good attendance.Basatvllle.. Dry :

spent two years in'a, .rest-cure, has overflow and that we believe the dam 1
d gone on six sea trips for exhaustion, at Hlcpochee was in great measure .

has had seven nUacks of nervous prostration responsible for the same. We also The edge/ of winter la about to giveus NOTIONS.KA
the Press to publish the minutes
-s bas been written up., In the request of this meeting./ a touch to let us know how good It AND Tz.

l 'Aspen as' about to elope- -with the J. W. WDLLiAxa. Ch 4 lrndao.. Is to sit by a fire place. Mr.. Joe i

_,Icoachman., and bas been proposed 'to ,L. D. BALDWIN, Secretary. Stratum one our business men of this
and Br t l/a3 rr1 ire 1>>;W ;>> '>> '
by ten foreign musicians eight Wave of Prosperity.; section has just added, new fireplace . .. ?.:
:noblemen have looked ber up In !the to his house for his wife and dear little .
Old Florida Is strictly In it, --- I
taanolal ..genel'". Now that she Is As sure as you are born; ones to sit by during the winter. r

'about to make her debut I see no rea* There's meat In' every smokehouse Mr. Sam Batten is also adding. a flre I

son'why she should not become great In every crib there I corn. place to his house. Tie Formula tells the story : -

favorite if complete preparation bas Prosperity wave bas struck us, |- The No. 10 school is getting" along

'anything to do with It.-Judge.- From Live Oak to the sea. fine. and the average Attendance holds
i From the cotton fields of Leon up well considering the number of pu Grove's Chronic Chill, CureNot '
r. CONGRESSMAN Roben W. Davis To the orange groves of Lee. .
,', pils that are sick with colds.
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:bas been called to Washington on There's shouting/ up In Duval, People around here are busy now a patent medicine t a thin,spa-feuou*liquid.osi pleasant bitter tast.,1a...of ,'y'
business connected with his hill and
.tonal duties, and on' account congress of the And From its wafted every down through/glade PutnamTo picking. / and hauling oranges.' / Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract: POPLAR BARK :)

....-sear.approach of the extra session o f Orange and to Dade. The hogs/ 'around here are all taking Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid. Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK :

.', ,-Congress, be will not return; until DeSoto. Polk and OII Bola the" cholersrr- Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA :j'It J
Join with the busy throng We are sorry Parson Reeves could

"''Congress:cadent IdrelsUon adjourns. to A singular Congressman oom- And'Of swell the happy the mighty joyous chorus throng. not meet the crowd that was at the Cures the Chills that. other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. ITR ':t,

church all
',D.....' departure from the State came Wnlle Qadsden and Escambla, disappointed ground very Sunday much as but we we were truly Best General Tonic. No Cure No PaY. PrIce SOc. ..

,-the announcement of the candidacy 01 With fields of bending grain, '-
.... hope and trust that he can meet us .
of Broward and Mays for, Governor I And Alachua. and Marlon --- 1't
next .
there fourth with cheerful
Sunday -
I Join In the glad refrain. -
."When the cat is away the mice will t!
heart and mind to walk the
.play,!' U singularly Illustrated In thislnstsaoe" The East Coast too. Is booming, willing. :

.. ,But Mi Davis Is not neg, I'd have the reader: know way to Christ.... To Cure a .Cold in One' Day
th. With bestlFf.he.lw' the Gazette
God
Iecting-hti dut.lelabou' It. His duties And sings aloud, praise, Valley faTtvoDey* I

eaU bun Washington and there be'Jmay" Fromwhom Lord all blessings flow." and Its many readers. E. M. Take Laxative' Bromo Quinine Tablets jsy A on every

be found' ,,'if his campaign forGovernor There's sunshine in the valley Fresh Fish used Oysters. Seven MOtea ferns sold te pat 13tsei. bs. Thfa Signature - >"eOit/rWL S boL 25Cal {

';.Of, Florida, does suffer There's sunshine on the hill; Fresh Fish Tuesdays Thursdaysand !
'However the people of Florida have There's-tausio in every sunbeam, S..tul'da11-Oy.te. after Oct, 1. 'I
In rock and rill.In Leave orders at the bottling works. .. ,
I .aboutjnade up tbelr minds that Hon'Robert every - -- -
CHAS. BASS.. +++++ +$hF++4f+t+++4. 1.1 t II '.If" I tti++t l.t 14.. ... .... .1 ++
"W: ; ;D..IIhaJl; 'be:; ut''Mn< this I.nd01 peace and plenty, Georgia 2ontnern& FloridaRA.ILWA.Y .
Go..eraortt apd the small politicians December's just like: May! The Valley Gazette la prepared to : Semi :
'. ''bad better make bay while the Prosperity's wave has struck us, all kinds of Job Work In* an. up-to- Tropical Nurseries, ':: f
I hope its cometoo .
date short notice.
; manner on
L; unsbines, for when Mr. pa'fl. reo -It.Bartow C.-I. :. "UWANBB rllVKR ROUT8CUEDDLX8 !.- !M

-! ',tura'be will make the welkins, ring -- r Orlando, Florida; : IN KFrfcCT: JUNE M. 1101.

I,;'with his oratory from one end of the 'Be .tlfMl eo.ple.t_.. FLORIDA WEALTH.Reports : 1'1

state to the other;' ,It Is well for Mr. I Are spoiled'by u.lb&.n' kind of .. If you intend planting any fruit Trees this fall send me list LvPat.lka.... .. Dixie 610 Flyer pm'. Quick III a.ltap..
bars : fills of your wants and I can save you money or Orange, Peach and Lv Jackionvllle .,'". 7 .
f Davis to opponents, as. It gives preparation that the pores of the From Thirty Counties'- ; tOpm 7 f6 am
Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. Ar V.ldo.iaArTUton .. ...ltmpm 11pp amlafipm '..Jl'
'them a little notoriety as having been sktn. The best way to secure a clear .. .,....,... 1. Mam
Show Big I.er'ssse.Few { Ar CordcleA .. .. ....,..
Opponents, of 'Our Bob.-Eu'. Coast. complexion free from .sallowness' W. .', 144amT 1 MpmMpra
R. "
Advocate. pimples, blotches etc:, is to keep the states in the Union show more "J : oxeGa SPEIR. Ar Amerloui ...,.,, MimJ2 I .1
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}1 marked 2ft
evidence of prosperity than H + pro Upu
Attorney R. H. Seymour left today liver in good order. An occasionaldose ++4 Ar Montgomery..... i.... . 7 Upm 1
." Florida. This prosperity is shown o .Ap
',.' for-his 'old h h.e'at.. Klsslmmee: .wbere regulate of Herblne the liver will, cleanse and. so the establisha bowels not only. in the Increased population.: J.M W1LLS0JR.; I ArM.con.- ....a.a... .. 40am 41 00 m ,:'\ioeorwt. .

"be will.visit his parents and"attend 'tc clear healthy complexion. (60o' at and the number of new corporations NOTARY PUBLIC... l J W. THOMPSON .ArADfU-ta. ..... ... .. ..,..... C 85pmT41pm "
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_';legal business. .He will. be, away, for all druggists., and other enterprise,,.but In the large 1 i STATE AT LAAOK. S Ar.AtUnU a or.A......,.... 1 2S. ra t"
;three or four days.=Miami News.. I Ir increased valuation in Columbni...... .. Imam .........
property Real Estate
Agent. funeral ...
Director and Embalmer ArBIrmIDtham..1220pm' .,..
t Do Yew WestToYewrl'Feel practically every county in the State. KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA. Arll.mpbb...... ... 806pm911am .......,.. {
Coife.sl 't;
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.. of a Priest.Rev. "s.c.a.7.t.
;\' .. cold shlverlngs, aching In the Comptroller r Croom has received the Ar :Marietta::....... e 11plD

.Jno. S..-Cox i of,Wake ,Ark., bones, lack: of energy headache, aDd assessment roll. for the year 1903, . A Love' Letter. Ar Ara.bv11Ie.Cbatt.noo.a........... I.bpm I 00 p m C4Oam I 00 a m '

}j.1rrItM, "For 12'years I suffered from great depression These symptom from thirty, out of forty-four coun Would not''Interest you If you're I Klsalx3azri.ee.: Fla;' ,cSn'. a... .t. ,i.tf"ILL
Ar R Loul........... 70Iam "
\ looking for Salve 72/pm
a guaranteed for
1 Vellow Jaundice.. I consulted a num- may.be followed by violent headache, ties. These returns speak; volumes for Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, ol Chicago .. 11mam. (\
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"' 'ber: of pbJ-.lclau&Dd tried all sorts 01 high Ie"erextreme\. nervousness, a the prosperity of Florida. Ponder Mo.', writes: "I suffered with AfLoul.vlf..n I. a.' a a. 11/6pm--.

';taedloiaesbu' got no relief: Then 'I condition known as malaria. Herblne The thirty counties heard from showa an ugly sore for a year but a box of Ar ClDolouatl....,.. '7 20.m 40 pmaolld p'C.aa.r.Rs.
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!began too use Electric Bitters and. feel cures it. Take ,lt before the disease total valuation of t83. l, 98. For Bucklen's-Arnlest: Salve cured me. It's Ar I :.......... -9 i5.m ..;...:...
rlbas I am now cured of a disease that gets s fair hold though It will work a 1902.the assessed valuation In these the .best Salve on earth."25o at Osoeola tralQt Irom JackkOUTlll to Maoon.'mini ..
'. cure In any stage. J.',A.' Hopkins Pharmacy. from ..'I\k.'oonnwt at Valdosta with
ad MID for twelve counties was 78,278,818. This showsan III!
grasp years. r roln north from JMknonvllU. F
Manchester! Kan., writes: 1 have ,
Increase of Local .la*>......_ Dixie train for Ma.
If you want ,a; reliable medicine for 8,984,880. Flj.r .
j t used your great medicine Herbine, for .Broke Into Hits Homse. eon.t.mallltftl.la depot until 7 Jratni a.m.
aod'Kidney stomach There is The prosperity,In the counties to Pullman Bnffot _
]over .trouble several years. nothing better yet Siteplnf Can from Jack
S. Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt., was viii. to 81. Louis via above' without
err. or, general, ,debility, get :for malaria,'ehll .' and,fever,"' bead report baa been M great proportionately robbered of his . obaof.of car.a Dixie Flyer train route, al-o hi)- ;r

jri. Bitters,,. its guaranteed by I ache''blUou.DeU. and for 'a. blood- M thosealready' beard,from, invasion. of Chronic Constipation. without DI..'.floeit ehan ileepen*.. on same; train to Chicago-

L FhsrmsCy.Only Mo ,, 1 purifying tonic; there .. nothing ,as. and it Is safe to say that the Increased When Dr. King's New Life Pills broke Iron .ob.dule. southbound and. oth..r Into r f y
. ". *, ' valuation In the entire 'Plate will be intolhli house his trouble was arrested 8I&&Iota.address .
< < rood. ,COo a$ all druggists.. m4 .
? f' and BOW be'. entirely cured. They'reguaranteed I. R..RA "" "d
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J. '"' about million
"' ten dollar.-Daily Capita. DI8trSotPuHDIV
'to. Anntwotk.Biuy.dil.
.. to cure, 2S0 at Osoeola Or
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k Klsslmmee Valleu GazetteTBUtPHONB <rint ; : .. J t MllllaerrMOn O..la., t. I Notice of .Application tor .Tax I IN9t Ct.Of! ;; AppltesTttoa-.:far "Tax,,

NO. It., *&ESSSS '..J*e' 'pdooe', i. Biggest, jot ''Ldaded!, shells 'ever Friday, Saturday-Nov.. band Deed Under Section 8 of' .:pti.d''ant. '' et 1 1'3ecdtsEi",6', '. ft!' -- -

brought to Kisslmmee, atOrates': '&: 7 -Mrsj ?Chandler will bold. hpr Chapter 4888 Laws' .. ''thapter,..888L'; rr;" fi r. ;

PUBLISHED: EVERY; FRIDAY/ Head5narters.f6r Sporting .Good.*. .Graves., '" '' "- Tall find Winter"'Millinery :Opeojpg.All -**-. of Florida. of Florida.Hottos .j: '. ,. i\.F,\ \
at Grav.es it .. '
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.y Graves''. the latest creations In MllUoery
H'A.. 'Foa Rjorr.:.-A :nice Seven Boom Motto li. BMSt.1'*.- U karWirtjea; *h tJI Herd3ay \, :;..
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A M I S> '' TaC.rIl6Wae lea
POUND Attend Fri Chaadler'scMillinery Plat over Valley Gazette,, office, Ap will be on exhibition, and the ladies elh.... of MS*. and ,, .
; 12SIO.dated WS". hSlcduM .. Jiftr, DMOOwsnate 1
Noy the In daJ of Jan. A 0. A
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'r.'nh aDd 1.- ply at this. office. .. t- from'both town |nd country are. cor IB JII r ofllo.. and aa in my oMo*. .... ItM I : I.
OHUROH ..eTO.V.!! An unexpected cold .-Rev.. dl.Uln"lte4 call and Inspect her ...d. ." =:11011-tax deed to lane f.. M' for tae dted to iara* .tot BSuld '
Henry of
wave swooped Hloe
.. : Plant City came cordano Said eonlSeat moraon o rtlfioatf iabraoa J-: .,. ,
looirf. Cu o -ProaohlnB snob Sab down upon In stock aD41t81.'pr1oe. In. wlnir dMMirlbwl property situated In H-ribad property .liaMadUo I. a *
.elock. ; Saturday and fora day on 40 yesterday morning ,to look .
J1 a.m. aid T o : Prayer noatlnj baoeola County, FlorMa, to-wft: Tlorlqaq.IU '. -
; iraday."Otaf..** *. .. SabbalfiUEIA I or two flre'was needed! ' after his Interests here., Poor Farm Orange Crop Sold. A Section i.Vp M S R M B-C.rtUIoaLe ....... Loc ft' 1'\. Land and ImproT.tla.nt Co'.Addl-- ;
eun4a11B0rD fp e 1288. % of 8RK Boo S. to U>. Town of KUilmmM.-'' ,. 1 t
J.:; 'Frier' Psaor.1u l'.tor.-. TheCountyCommisslonersmeet next 'M"I,3. C. ,Anderson of Orlando, "The Waters & Canon Grocery$>. TpWB Eerruwag4. seas. J8W: ; NV of Tbo-aald. Iud b.fu.aye..4 at th* data of
? CBvaco. r HWU 28 8, CrtlAcaU the' Imiuaaoa 01 such oerllfir in Lb. name of
hlnf.rery' 8nnd.t1a IB, ace 7 Po In,,: Monday and the. School Board on who has.:been visiting the family";of A. have purchased the fruit. on the poor No, f2a0.: BlIO&Iolllo.To Ulflbr *Oanb,. ."
UI Feurle'e 'rSSSfmSaA e5rrn& Tuesday/ each in.regular session. E. Bearden, returned home yesterdar. farm, for which, t.here"'were 'several Tha laid land; b.lnt aiJMaed' tb.dal ol Unlmiaaid c lIIUaD6Le hall 'be radoonodwioordlnalo
.1',411 ., m. the Inoanoa of IOOB oortiflcat In the Tams of law, tax dead will ..u. Iharaon -
|7 p. m. ytoKors always ..IOO/ Don't forget the freewill offering 1 The city authorities I are having the bidders. 'The trade was for' so much .. Southern R, a.' Co Unless said orrtlneaMinallboradwaMd on A. rod d.,of Iforomhor, !>.- 1''"" r
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CBU1IOII.-D..Ic ,
omolat.Ixnatar.5deesithis tb.
D. to wf.n..my
JOMN'I BriaooPal. aooordlnic l.wL' .
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Perrlcop on the IOOODI) eon reception by the Home Mission Boots{ city. dock temporarily repaired for per\'.box, and we understand that .the dad wiu Isms thnraoo on Lb.flu. day of Oelv food c1aTO Ootobel' A ,

.L'f JhamUth. BwlifMrrto I at 7 Mrrlo:* 'oloo.lb; -I ty at the .Phann reijdecoe to-night. use only so long u 'twill be neces- amount agreed upon is expected' to bar tl/ttueumyomold A. D. 1DOS. sl atoreand J. .a.it. thlf, f*.... -Clerk, X,'Court LEa,

( k ...IA. CII'OaeK."DI..IO.' i wonhip on Miss Bina. Smith; teacher of theNarooossee for building the new one. reach bet.weeo'be and, six thousand let day;of October A 'D fiKM Oneeola, County, Fl rttl..
LEE JOHNSTON
JNO M briw o.-

p.
It?"lit. Sunday and. third Sunday-VETeIi'In each :school spent Saturday and The Waters' &Carson Grocery Coy. ,dollars. Not so-bad>> for a "poor fsAZ] I C1erkClratlCourt J'
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| h Im.6Sunday Ofteeola Florida,
7:00 County
.'rrlo.C. B. .,"|fo> at Sl: p. ... Prayer at Sunday with her. .parent.. In Klssim-. . has purchased the fruit Oil the Island farm" after all. k By W. .. JOHNSTON.D CTHEUE ,
Inn m.Thondar .v.ntn,' bt ':00 m. Er)4mvet.oNlail' 1088.. grove'of Mr..H.'B. Flemmtng, esttmaVt :. More Flsberrae rieedea. w. i.
.iLix ,"10 tinatba '
e
011" h". o. lUlloJl" meter, Old papers 20c per hundred: at, the tad t at about two Thousand| ,boxes; The'water'.In the lakes and rivers Is Professional'. 'Cards.I
/ BnpU ol '. 8.o Valley Gazette. office. falling now'at the.rate of bout incha .
: IHviDaoH, . t> Rev. ,A. E.. ou eh01der, P. E., an
M .. Rena Tjowe; of Orlando who has came In! yesterday, and held"Quarterly day and within another week will 's'..'a''a't'a' a'aeme' .ie+a+aii aete.ttemil 4otrN

Official Weather Report. been visiting friends here OG a weekor Conference, at the, Methodist, church have reached a'stage'when' the fishing 1" ... T .
Its" TaBU.4n.Wa. EXDIII.* Industry which has been suspended ) A1E C'f A.'VANS AGEW,. ;r',
**! more_returned to herJtojme last Toes last night having been postponedsince P. .
I'TMDMBAT: *T.WH>.. Oct W, IMS. day I on account bf the t Inaccessibility of .
I ** *' Monday. '
t. .. am i- r" "T -I ATTaR.fXYI.T' LI AW..e.'.a'w,
Mass IUn. .Ita'&!1 FOR. 8 ALB.-2'' acre block' 5-room Pev. and Mrs R. A.: Forrest have the feeding grounds will be, resumed, -J AND NOTARY' PUBLIC, -

- cottage artesian water,, stable bar returned'from Atlanta. and will fill j when, we are told, there, will be-need FRAUDSIN n KIbSIMMEEi. FLA-
gain' In North their. Court House 'for a hundred or more men to manage .. :
77M IM\ ',>n ; Kisslmmee.. M.WlllsonLJr appointment at the .
3i.. . 6' ,. ., the equipments; that the'several buyers \
Is
.., M ; uext Tuesday night. The public. J SIMPSON
4'1 ; Wf ,
,, a ,
pay DR.[ .
any' have Invested In during thee recent )
.... ,. 'fII 4'. invited attend. It
ay W,.. J. Waring has cordially to -
May.... .. 711 eb' '..W' opened. packinghouse past., INI f
\. 7.r..,.. 77 M ... In the building( in rear of The open season for shooting deer,' DfiNTIST:
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nit ... 110 U The wages paid these men runs from .. ,
his mercantile establishment and hasa turkey and quail opens Sunday,'Nov. to' 9I.GO and forms 1 Office over Ouctola! Pharmacy. ,
11.00 day quitean
J. 8IMP8OX.. I>, M. number of hands employed therein. 1st. Better,wait until Monday. to beginto per I II a. t.o 12 Ill,
item In the revenue of the country.They 'El1E Y.T IN t'-CBHOUKB; [ i
Have you seen''' the handsome Par take advantage of t.h..llaw,; oryou'll have no regular hours for their J h 1:30 &::3o p. m.
l' rates for Insertion of dvertlse-- for.Lamp we are giving away. Its a be guilty of breaking both* the Telephone No.. "78 ;Jun, 6, lyr.JJR. .' 1 "
work but are subject to the call of '
|t. ai*onjf the reading matter on beauty-a ticket with every 25o! CASH: law of God 'as. welT '"'man': .'' '1' ; ,6/
line"each 1n purchase. Kisslmmee iDrng Co. the camp "boss" at any hour of day ': '
Is ten eenti per : A. B.'' STEVENJs
page George Overstreet of Shingle movedhis ,
ot night he deems best, ,but It, is said .. .
:
on. Mrs W S. J. Overstreet left on family into town last Saturday with this Irrelr11l.....time their actual '
'.- .....DIiNTI.T..eGas
Monday last. for Nashville, 'Tenh., to and-they occupy the fiat over' Griffin's' work does not amount to more than j: ]I HOT m [ -

1OOOOOOOC >oooooe visit her mother who has been quite ill store. We learn that Mr. Overstreetwill half the days of a month) yet, work .orplayVwages r IP Administered. .
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for some time.: 'We trust she found be employed in the packing houseof I go On. e.lioun''. J 18.30 '*. *. to is .., and; .
Local News. her Improving.Jack the Waters-& Canon Grocery Co. i Something approaching 97,000 1s ,om' : j ...30 o S.30 F..11.., /
now invested here In this business..business I :i [r: ,
. Hancockadded seven large The clay, road to the cemetery assuming : .I ORLANDO. ., FLORIDA. Y
0000000000.r rattlers: to his collection a few day. a condition .that will bar It N 'j' I -" _. '

ago. They were captured by someoneon From entering a contest where even the ': j'I : FO.:THOMPSON :

'Phone us your wants the Kisslmmee prairies and sent to first comparison of !"good" as appliedto ;| Locals; ]; i .. ALL OPho....Pay.klaa.q.. 411'W. D ,; parswr '

We'll do the. running him by the Lilly on her last trip up. highways a prerequisite'owing to JvvvvvVv vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvS ...14.... .. 33. C:: /*!e'

If you want the nicest:Willow Chairs the heavy use that is constantly. being .v- ......... __ _ ... .... Office.Plea.4JI..Tw. Rlsas.xisaIMxx& ..

KISSIMMEE DRUG. Co., and Rockers, /go Thompson.- made of It. ? ; ,"L4..
I Guitars at Danns. ,
'
C. Buckets has finished the hull of Tommy Thompson, whose knee was New shapes in Men's Hats at Katz'S.' :] ,. 1AN11E$" [, 1
the boat he has been building for J. Fractured by being thrown from ahorseIn I

IIllhtful weather. N. Cams, and Wednesday It was the spring Is suffering from. stiffness School Shoes. at Stanford's guaran air : ;
/ 'I
ad our Business Locals laun.cbe.I..oa the lake. Besides a gas-. or anclosed condition, of the teed.An ....... .: W.LVannuzor&Co.: : 't

s. Chandler's Opening, Nov 67. 2le.oe eukfue of the most approved Injured member and has placed him elegant/ line of Ladles' Muslin BUT- GET. THEM=AT' ... ''A, , ,' ..' .,.. ,' : wBR.'OKE'.RS

PW goods arriving dally at. Graves p&t.tern.lt will also be equipped with. self under the treatment. of Dr. Thorn- Underwear, at KaU's. ,

rav .'. r sailing apparatus asson for the same. Go to- "Dann the Shoe Man" for everything .

Ine lot.Willow Chairs at Thom Little Nell Summerall celebrated Mr. Z. W. Fetteway of the firm of in the Shoe line. OSCEOLA 'II'II'h ,
9
Ks. Prices low. her fifth birthday Saturday afternoon Petteway Brothers, successors to Edwards ,Buy your Shoes from Stanford; the '

Tiller has"recently had a cement b if giving a party at !the home of Mrs. i Smith &; Co., naval stored operators old reliable'ahoeman.. ,PHARMACY\ RE/VU, SA." ., ;;

: laid (from his verandah to the leniile LlgLlsey Miss Rosa More- I ,at Loughman was in town Stanford has an up-to-date line of Ii AND INSURANCE'y'; '

-. and, who l hail bad charge of the Suui- yesterday. He and his wife brought. Men's Hats, Neckwear &0. ##M..IAe iFlae 1ke .. .,
merall children since !the death of their their.Infant, which was unwell, up for \ .i
In 1,I rII'
E. Cadman was
eut. Col-W.: Your subscription for any Book orMagazine .,
mother looked after the little folks treatment by Dr. Hicks.
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i Tuesday and went up to Orlando at publlsner's price, and ,
tie ten o'clock train. I and they all had a delightful time.- Mrs. E. O. Tatman and granddaughter save you the postage .at Dann,.. "

Bartow Courier-Informant. Miss Carallle Morrison, who spent I
|e era of Improvements is still. Ladles, before buying your Fall
I us and th. music of the raw and The members of 1Ee W. C. T. U. the summer at Benton Harbor, Mich., i Dress Goods, Trimmings! &o., call on
breeze will be at home_to !their friends at the returned to Kisslmmee last Saturdayto H. C. Stanford.and save money. C.

net Is borne on every for dinner Rest Room" Monday, when they will the delight of their family and -Stove- Wood. : !, Starford: ,
me to the Rest Room Friends and on Tuesday Mrs. Tatman ? ,
to
be pleased have so disposed ,
everyone
Nov. 2th body only Z5o.: We will furnish Stove Wood, delivered .
day every joined her husband at Shell Ham.
to call and dine with them. For
to any part of town at $1.00 pel'Strand. .
"
1st Lannle Bass came down from he small sum of 25c they will serve adinnerr mock. MAYNABD LUMBER Co. The ot tow

pips College and spent Saturday in quality as good as the best On Wednesday morning last Mr. OrluJnat4r ' C' ',
To Care A Cold In One Day $ nun c '
with her parents. ,
Sunday and in quantity sufficient to satisfy Leonard Williams, section foremanon \

Lw lot of Picture Moulding. just arat the most voracious., the Sugar Belt. railroad, receiveda Take Laxative Bromo 'Qulne Tab- j.
id Thompson's.. lets.' All druggist refund the monet Would Like' Face toTace 'Talk ,with You ,
that his brother a
,
There Is a sharp controversy be- telegram'stating If Us falls to cure. E. W. .,
N. Calhoun' left on Monday last. ween'Blshop Gray and the vestry of Clinton had been' shot and killed at signature is on each box. 26o Osoeola .
.
L business mission Tennesseewill St. Paul's churchKeyWest, and the Cairo, Ga., by G. D. Baggett. Mr. I Pharmacy. r- V .

[ keep him .away two. or three Bishop appears be in the wrong. Williams left on train No. 40 for the .. r
.. "' Us position seems:; td be on' a high i scene of the trouble. Advices received I to tell you of the many, 'many, new, novel, beautiful &net'useflit"rtlclesl1e '

and Mrs. S. 8, OrlfWn came perch of ecclesiastical despotism, from here later'state' that.. Baggett was picked up for his.customers jwhila in New York receni-.. ,

from Waco' on Tuesday tor a which he may regard these lines a.1esemajestle : drinking at the time of the'killing. I FOR' ly, in the'way of the latest designs and pat ms in' > .**!, ':* .. '.

[days visit with relatives and to be punished by an ex- : The W. C. T. U. will hold another asDru I
:J"
Ids.lefy. communlcatlo Punta Gorda Wednesday Nov. 4th I II '
major.- called meeting ;
dollar you pay Oulce & Crat- Herald.A I at the' Rest -Room. Also a': dinner' SWELL Goods,.Notions, Dress floods, Gent'sFurnlsbinns.,, :!ci -i

ior foods( or on account Rives few days ago the milk cow of Mrs' served on Monday, Nov. 2nd,' at Rest' Ladles' Read Made Skirts Waists.;..Etc.: '

chance at-a 125-123 piece Din- Outlaw became choked while trying to Room. We hope all will patronizethis UP-TO-NOW o .* > .
'et. nM HmB H HMBai MI B H MKVK a M M a B BMK B MteMMWMMMMaW* v
swallow 'a potatoe which seemed impossible -i especially the country people,'as *! 'I

ark on the new store building be- to be removed by" all expedients the amount raised goes for a goodcause. STATIONERY' rKnowing: that goods well bought are half cold he)hooked the, . K .'fl .+
tut Oulce B.
Bratton }
for A by .
up ,'
commonly used in such ca.e.TheD ..- Secretary. over "
goods be
Her is under and will market for what he wanted which was, the beat to" "': 'f'
well, .
[ way I [ as a, last re orf Be* skin was Frank Tatman 1s engaged now, In confident m! :
|be ready for occupancy.i"are SSE had forthe.money; And, feels perfectly thatthe'tradingpublic : ""].; -
,
launch
for
split when the.obstruction) was easily Building another naptha \
requested to announce that worked back into the mouth and !I'Io! use on the lake. It will be 21.feet in will.agree to the statement that$ he succeeded'' in his de... 'J; >.t.. .

IVomans': Auxiliary Society will moved. Although.death seemed' Imminent length and will be equipped with a 0- CONKLIN sire when They see his i immense. ,stock,, : :> ,

(at the Episcopal church ,on Mon- I for several l "hours, the 'cow horse power engine. The model shows .

Vternoon, Nov. 2nd, at. 4 o'clock: quickly recovered After the operation.!! that it will be a speedy craft and no He/was not only careful as to'the price paid but' extremely. ;i; c -!i .
P. Watts has. moved to B'artow' Dr J. E. EnnU, of Nar;: oosiee spent doubt, with Frank's ability as .a builder -j 'so-In his. selection: goods the quality of which in every.instance \i :<.! .

iKisstmmee and Is occupying the yesterday in town and paid this. office and manager,-it will, be one of the .- fully measures up to.tts value-in, the-money ,asked for ''U. .So. '. ._t

1'. Houlo. His children will--at- leasant call. The Doctor is best. on these waters.It I -", having the largest stock of the latest.up-to-dste: goods'he, ,has'gv' "i, .'"

Summerlin In.tltute."Bartow an'enthu.lastlo".dmlrer of this sectionof U .unnecessary oall attentionto er bandied he feels' confident of your approval of his: efforts in,11 ,
ler-Informant. Florida and never falls, when n the advertisement ot J. W. Watson
%
: 'your behalf by an increased patronage-not so.much; because, It:'
Jnge Blossom Lodge, No. 80, F. opportunity pre.entlltHlf. to put In a which is to be found In this issue, for . -
will meet in regular oom'munl- good word for this, his adopted county we feel certain' our readers have already . is Stanford, but because." Stanford is in a position .to'sa.,. ,.. tMotley

{ Monday night. A visitation . He reports Narcoossee !in .a flourishing seen It, but probably they have r ""

4 he i District Deputy is expected condition and says the people not seen his Immenie stock of goodsbe : :

portent business is to be transBALK. there are all contented and happy. Is now carrying, filling three large ; \ fore Faun
and compl'.iaaalmolt.. .' eVery : ,
For nice Oak Bed-Room Suits call rooms ,
article known to the hardware and:
:.-The lot now occupied on J. W. Thompson.Fire o.
) Christian Church. If you are protection Is one of the greatest furniture trade. Mr. Watson has < ., .

j ted In securing a choice piece necessities of this town and there purchased largely and his goods are t
b >perty.see J. M. Wlllson, Jr., in carload lots by : for
\ this. was never a better time than NOW to being received ,...A.cect. : : : ,
which he purchased at the very lowest Kissimmee Drug Co. '
understand that. Mr. H. M. supply A'few thou.and..p_ save! t. in l prices, which means that' be 'can \Queen!. Quality Shoes ';'for Ladies
Ire fighting apparatus might. its .
has '
, > purchased-the lot North of low / '
t ller's cost to our citizens In one night. Many afford to sell corresponding _. W.. L., Douglns'Sboes"for; Men. '
| place and will erect a nice prices. He can fit you up' with anything -- ,
{ > upon It to rent. This lot. be- of our buildings are of wood, are you .may need in his line and .-

I to W. B. Maklnson and is one close together and a large conflagration with every' 60cts 'you spend with,him f ,
be he gives a ticket good for one chanceat '
could scarcely prevented werea
| most desirable building lots in .' '\
to occur among them while .we handsome oak suit of furniture to -
fire '
1st next. Go and r,
be drawn for Jan. ;
nimmmmmmm-nimmnmsmmamm-'f
have practically nothing with ,which RBAL'ESTATB'I' '
Hancock and Mr. H. Fleming look at his new lfooda-Lhe7'U please .

f; fter the ducks on Cypress Lake to stay its progress. It is always th. you.. C=, NORTH KISSIMM .. '*' ..,. P"ON. .N.. 8 ,::I
for such .
of wisdom to prepared .
part 4 ==
y
.
[esday and
returned Thursday
If they never! happen, 'while on AMCJJloa', ANDINSURANCE.' J .
even "
,0' *I W.
small birds (
GRIFFIN

string. Guess the -, '
the other hand meetings! held and resolutions On Monday morning, Nov.,2, at 10, '
high and very swift when
I'ing
passed after the horse U stolen .1 a. in.,' In front of the postofflce will be ,
S.they fail in bringing, full bags does not return U to the'stable.-, auctioned the Prize Top Buggy, which : .'. = w

The[ town Is 'now advancing, Ison ,an was drawn the and uncalled for to the. Sept.cemetery 1, ( '
a.we go to press we learn that up grrde and needs'such to protecther 1003,fund.proceeds' "' go : Fancy family GroceriesJ;

[ Thompsonhas. .been' appointed people from a possible 'catastrophe .
e,, Governor as Supervisor of that! would be'second In its consequences ' .:"' Japanese Sugar Care; ..

ration of this county to fill they to those of a providential. na- On and after November 2nd, the undersigned FEESa .. .

caused by the resignation of tare through'which she has passed. will furnish Japanese SugarCane 4' : : . . ,
Donegon! which Occurred a Such protection is a duty. ,we owe, to for fall and winter planting. '

** ourselves and the longer we, dela11D wanted Parties,wanting when price seed wUl will be state given.acreage. "J..:, ,,M.,'AYILL50N Jr. : J Delivery everyday, -ait any hour ; patronage solicited.Ji t
.
buy>our winter bat until you providing it Just that much more cul- ,Lzwis: M. CLa4 va. ., !; ,

TK Iseen Nov. rs 9 .and; Chftadler's 7.. stook.: >able do we become.: '* '*' Oct-161m. Orlando,,'Florida.: ; l. iuu. uiuiuiiiiuuisUsW ,


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HflfTrtble Crimes' along, the nomsdg,-lawless and brutal, patriotism animates teem In" their ., ,
I to which belong the Bashl-Batouks. guerilla warfare.,, rte J
t R. vDCTHUMOJt
r meaning literally raa,. head." and They go forth to'battle simply; a* locusts o $

:Perpetrated thSultan's the serfs or subject ,lurdiq who are to devour the spoil. Of this fact '
by
;, e merely''stolid. stupid pru mints, content.: .bo. Turklira Govei'nnicnt'la thoroughly I.U ..: .
with tilling: the soil'iji the>most cognizant and when the Government' OF i iiy.t.ry

Bashi- mentlllT'''...ay; but, displaying. ,,' r'udl'j at Its own expense, armed and trans !
fill skill! weaving\ rugs.!! ported' these fiends in to Macedonia r': THE 1FtI ..
The nomadic Kurd sorer work but their very.presence cave: the Ito to the )
) of the Carl.
BazoukSr,1Ht .. depend upon" the'.\J'ulp.\1laUIII: as a parasite promised rpto e. To-layrIInda tb.Bnllhl.n".ollk' a
doc upon a -plant. When 1 not n his element. Licensee There ws a little girl
= upon'the' actual warpath*, and nothing| by the-Sultnn" tarnished/ for the drat 1. And hero.hO the bad maiden a little had curlJust it la tM Ubiej: Y

There'Is nopolitical turmoil In Turkey more than ordinary, brigandage Ingoing time with the uniform oC the' regular UTJE: T It hung there day.
in which the Bashl-Basouks are 6n, the chief of each fribe comes array. provided with the latest military But I've heard her brother s>y
not permitted and encouraged to. take That at night its lilac was on her dressing
down from the.mountain every spring equipment and protected by the TurkCIIII2F -' .
the star role In the bloody drama ofaffairs. : HlE. IliKON table*
.YGRK"lrA? -Kw York Tunes. t
wS1 So thoroughly Is this 'recognized ,--

that-their name bns'Touie to be ...OkVDliI..M ,
',
y synonymous with bloodshed, thoirpresence ,1 'h 1N'Ni N,I'1 11 S }} fit' Nl II Ig11 11,1 11t 1 + 01j1a,11 + 'Sihh }N New York City.;long box pleated they are-becoming.: The very' charming TJick. _"I should Imagine' that.'women, -y
coats are the of the Inadapted :
among features 111001.1- shown in the largo drawing
the forerunner ofcertain .
gruesome j would like'! originality.; Seems to me
season that may be relied upon to extend : : / to nil the season's materials I ?
"
a harvest of death. Even
among the Turks themselves' their com- 1 1 } their favor well l lto'.t lie future, and to variation of trimming that are : the Mabel d! lisle-"Well repetition,; yen;, excepting the 1 1phrase

mon designation has cOme to .be I very nearly without nuinbof but In 'love you"-CLIcAgo'2'ewa. j
"Black )(or." (devil of the night< and the case of the original la made of ---
the most obdurate and're1'actory child chiffon veiling In cream avhlte with he Kneir-Iter Lad.

+ quails and becomes obedient at the bands of antique lace as trimming. Sinltbers-"Do"you know any one

mere whisper that awful name .. The skirt "consists' a foundation whehas ahofio, to aelll" t""
t' Although known' irregular "soldiers I. whlcbils cut la five gores, tine upper Slip-"Yen, I suspect" .old Brown ba.."!' '
or guerillas, and paid solely by portion of', tlio .skirt And the two .' 1C1I1"herll-"WII3' '

the plunder they are always sure to flounces,, She-"Well, II/Ipaillolel him one yesterPunch. ..
get, they are the Sdltan's chosen instruments ,, 11} The quantity of material required for date',..TLondou {
.
when, it becomes' his Im- lid4Wi the medium *ixa Is eight yards twenty- 1

perial pleasure wreak: wholesale vengeance seven IncbcM wide, seven and] one-hulf 1'eed.tnry. IVnn.
'upon any of his Christian sub yards: thirty-two lnehoe'wide, or five"' Member of Investltrntlng Committee"But '
jects. It was the, Bathl-Basouks let and three-fourth yard forty-four' tho evidence Hl1ows'clearly that. I
loose 'upon the Greeks at Sck in 1822 inches wide with eight nnd \anc>-halt yoii received bribes," "

that reduced that fair. Island of'gar. r yards twenty-one or live yards thirty- Ol Officeholder couldn't help It. They' r

dens to ashes, while 2 OOO people met Mix inches'WItI for foundation. kept sticking them nt me, and I Just

..leaH.ln a single< day and 80,000 wocJen I hod to take 'em.";-Chlcag4 llecordIlcrtia. ;
and children\ carried off and rucklnc the Trunk.Trimmed "
were sold s v << .
as slaves tq the scandal of Christendom + trR, Ias a hats nnd' IItlirdie... bloiiHes ---' .
.' vw il e suffer greatly from pncklng. It Is Job...,.'* Unowledg-e. b
In the Turkish war with Itussla In lunch better to puck the blouses rough- I Tl'IH'IIPI'-"Wh. Johnny, 1' .thought R
1877 thousands of Basbl-Bacouka were N' S M J. dry and huvo them got '11p when one you knew your alphabet" I

transported from their homes in the & n. arrives ut one's destination' plats can JlIIIIII-1 don't know the names of 'F

highlands of Asia and turned upon ' easily be packet before they are the I letters! nor the. way they conie'bnt; ''
614''tt,11a ;
the helpless Christian population of .' trimmed, with tli. ribbons whlclrare to whew I ecu the alphabet' together I ,
II IS, s. BOX PLEATED: COAT.
outhern Bulgaria massacring over 1 5ef adorn them 'slowed away liiHlile the know It fat enough."-.Boston Tran
40,000 of them In the. month of June y'N ;;;S are much worn by young girls. crown. Linen c >llars pets_ .be parked script. '
lone. It was at this time that'' whole' This one.; designed by May Mauton Is very safely I" the c'rowII'ot a sailor -...--

large school of children were killed at adapted to both the entire suit and the hilt, end Mil.* In one. way of wonoinlslug More Artlv )
once and the bodies of the victims together general wrap and to all the lighter wpaoe. Hk-krf-"Oh, I uevcc even notice him 17f'

with the school house burned weight materials in vogue but. as Il .....-...- any more." .:[;1 11I1tk"Yt'S
by the destroyers.; lustrated is made of pongee stitched Tucked ."out'.I.I.. Wicks-"Is Hint HO?"
,It was' tie Bashl-Bazouks, armed with cortlcelll silk and trimmed with Big romnTW>llars are much worn and : nothing disgusts ml': '1\1

with Martini rifles by command of the handsome buttons which are held by are very KCiirruly! bevomliig. The more than a dead-beat." '" .
r Sultan,though In defiance of the'Ber- silk cords above the wnlst. The pleats smart May Manton waist illti trated WJcks-"ObT: they don't bother me:' I xit.

lin treaty, who* began the awful Armenian give long lines which mean an. effect coiiblnes-ono of the sort with tucked '. the live one that makes mo tired,'" .

massacres at Sassotm in 1891.: of slenderness even while the coat is fronts, that ore exceedingly graceful: Ledger. -.1"rblllldell'hlA
,For twenty-three days the work of carnage OF Til 15 BASIII-BAZOUKS. I loose. The sleeves are the large and and can be made with tucked elbowor 1

was permitted to go on in that ample ones that slip on over the bodice plain bishop sleeves. The mo<|el is Alw_ Lan_ ___ .\,,i iI '
Ingle district village utter village at the head of his men to collect tributeof Ish soldiery he has already' begun his with ease. made of mauve penu de cynge stitched ,

being wiped out of existence while the Armenian Tillages In sheep carnival of loot license and bloodshed The coat Is -made, with full length with eorfloolll silk, the trimming shield
30,000 people-men, women and little males,,rugs stockings; or anything else looking to the utter extermination of i fronts and backs and n skirt portion null collar being of heavy applique In I
children-were put to death with every that takes his fancy. All of their the-Cb.rl8tlans.-who. driven to dt>spera- that is joined to them beneath the belt twinecolor, and lit worn wllli ir skirt

; conceivable! torture. In one Tillage all wheat', and grain they get from the tlon, have at last turned against the and pleats. The box pleats at the of the Home, but the design also suits
the'young men were tied hand and Armenians who are forced to support Iron.Jlt'el of the 01Ipr 8or.-New York centre are l laid In, but those from the the odd waist and all pretty, soft mate. .'. ..
toot; laid in a row covered with brushwood themselves, .n .the Kurds, and at the Commercial Advertiser shoulder and at the back ore applied. rials that can be tucked successfullyare 'f
and burned alive. Others were same time pay taxes to the Turkish --..-- At the neck is a flat collar and a appropriate. When desired the .r.

seized and hacked to pieces; little children Government. THE NEW CANADAThis pointed belt is worn at the waist. The shield and coHur can ,be' omitted and ;
were cut in two-and mutilated They are all very fond of finery and 'sleeves are pleated above the elbows. the neck worn slightly open.

and young girls outraged in the presence never' hestitate to avail themselves of illustration, but form full puffs below that point Tho waist Is made ot'"r" smoothly
London Answers
of their families. On the last day any opportunity, for* adding ,to their : snys and are finished with rollover hare fitted lining that closes at the centre
of August, the anniversary of the Sul store. They seem to know by Intuition would, tella more-eonvlnctngly!; than cuffs. front. The back Is plain drawn down .-
columns 'of
tan's accession to the throne 'a speechwas when anArmenlan girl la getting the many letterpresswhy The quantity of material required[ In gathers rt the waist line but the 1
of the
eyes land-hungry all
made to these ensanguined butch her wedding finery together. and often
at the last moment to snatcher over the world are turned to the Canadian ""
appear
,= era by Zekkl Pasha the Turkish general West ,Q
:
'them' to wedding/ prmenta.'fashioned with :
urging redouble the
The square C C, represents the total .H :;
1' slaughter In honor of the day' So well such loving care;then-oC to th -bUJs k
',u did they act on this suggestion that with their ill-gotten booty. It the area of the Province of Manitoba, and'C C --- ':

after the 'war many of them,,-boasted Armenians ever dare to make a coma 3

,'J, .. ,,,!f baring killed A hundred.Christians plaint they are oftener than not thrust 1:
,\, apiece. The Bashl-Basonk' indeed into prison themselves with the words, This uiau's as busy as can be; ...,

a. takes pride In'his prowess and of the "All Armenians .re JlarL The Kurds Ills money works as hard as he. ,v.
part be plays in tbe extermination of I are the Sultan's warriors' To do this lie spends, some time receiving rents.4'

.the Christian In an"Interview with la their right". The only time that The rest III cutting down expense. '',1
r "&, 3. Dillon, the 'war correspondent a these "craa, i adS" are ever' punished I C Jfew York JournAl..f,:

:notorious BAshl-Bazonk after narrat- I Is when they are Indiscreet . .1 I I
-Inl" 'several adventure of his. In the I enough to bold up some wealthy Turk' An Kzpln.UoB."I .
o course of which he dishonored ChriSftian insult I .Turkish'woman.i' wonder what it Is that prompts
women, killed Armenian Villagers It la from among these'men that the II' '"
robbed and looted from right and left.I I sultan has drawn his notorious Ilaml- If' 1V 1 ,.1' at church thnn the men."

:went on to say: "We did great.deeds I dleh Cavalry, called by his own name !! c", 'Gratitude, no doubt," replied the '
'atter.that deed.' that would' astonish I and provided with uniforms and arms ....,. .r.s grabbed bachelor, "The church usually,

.the'twen- powers to hear told. We While the unvarying rule of. the Turkish the Territories of AsslnibolA,.Alberta nlds and-abets them in'' romuiltUngmatrfmony. '?
villages, killed people gutted4tJJloaes I Government has been to send its and Saskatcheyvali-.270.000.000. ."Philadelphia Tress. '
.. in allJMThe, shaded ; B B shows -
... square .
and women and robbed travelers. I homes for active service a conspicuous 1 On tho W.dfll.a Jo.....,.
area '
the of laud good for farming135,000,0110
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Daring and great were our deeds, and I exception has boen made 10.tbelr "Henry" whispered the bride of two ,
eta ''the months of men were full of them." case., While they "have special barracks acres; while the black hours ",you don't'regret marrying. me
A the land
at
square ; Js present under
1" Who are" these Bashl-Bazoaks who I fitted op'for them, In Constantinople \ even yet?"
cultivation-4.000.000 acres. The black '
pride themselves on being such mighty ? hey are permitted In'times of "Bo. darlin; ." replied Henry; "Not.
centre
of.cultivated Jnnd is but a dot , !"
even yet
on the'great expanse-: }j "f.land, suitable*
biacirooC -- Tlio train sped on, and, she was
for tillage. From that little '
t"., happy for another five mlouteL".Chl.L'II"O ; -
over million, bushels of various sorts r ,
Tribune.
of grain were reaped last year; What ,
will the 'barest be when the whole -
od the
fVltopploa wh.r.with..1>
"' M'' dvLv 5 ,1 NI area comes.. under the plow. - Wife''I want to do some shopping i i'

'. G1.--- "WOAN'S YOKE WAIST AND TRIPLE TUCKED: SKIIIT. i I Ibis morning, dear. Can you Jet me ,
_: to B..LTwcf II '
: l I have a little change"

"'". .* ... W s4'h g) 's+"N u v srauht little girls were engaged In ,ID., the medium size is six: and one-fourth fronts are tucked for a few inches below Uu.bllncl-"Uow much do you

; '.'-: 'rf animated, discussion, as1 to the mints yards twenty-seven inches wide three their upper edges and form soft want?" I

; of thel'.respective homes. and Iff.. three-fourth yards forty-four folds over the bust. The neck is finished Wife-"Fifteen cents A dime for
J, ...rfI \ t*? UNp "Well, anyway," said one little maiden Inches wide''or three and onq-foupth with the big collar which laps car. fare and a.nickel for Ice cream. I;
in'',A triumphant tone, '"you may inches wide. over with the waist to close Invisibly soda."-Chicago News.-
:yards. fifty-two : "
have ''morebedrooms than have : ......... _
we
_ --- nt the left of centre. The shield .1.
ha It& but we,have',more cream: than you do. 1:0': A 'Foatnro of the ......OD. separate and Is arranged over the lining what Itibeitr . ,
x d We have-enough< for our, cereal every Yoke waists of all sorts are among beneath tbo waist The tucked "I put in the French phrases here ,
Jf; ,. Ak \ single, morning.'.' the features ofthe season' and are sleeves are eminently graceful and ind there," said-the would-be author; r
"Poohrfsald! the Otoerthart"noth- made exceedingly attractive with trimming form frills below the elbows, but the "to five the book an atmosphere of cul' '

ing. \\We' own a Jersey c\w. and we and contrasting material of various' bishop sleeves are plain, gathered Into ture." I'II'mr'

e get: af-'whole cowful of cream twice kinds.: The stylish one designedby I straight cuffs. remarked the critiC.."lt' would

every. %dayS: -Llpplncott's.V ) May Manton and depicted In the The quantity of material: required have helped a bit If you bad put In'a
t ,f \1ltit>' *V 'vi "'- large drawing) is shown in pale pink for the medium size is four and one- little good English' In spots."-Philadelphia
; t 1IIi. Prince of MonLenegrot' crepe de Chine with' yoke and trimming I fourth Tards'twenqone inches wide Public Ledger.;

: v 1K made of'bands of pink silk held four and one-fourth yards' twenty- --- ,
,*; by fancy stitches, but the design is seven Inches wide or two and three- Dancer of a Iteheareal. '1 I I"Don't "'

iY K vz v r, 4 r C A N p A wp.ka'r" suitedto n variety of materials, llkand' eighth< yards forty-four Inches wide, bard you think- you're working too'S I ;.
.. {jlllrht weIght wools and to the ? I
mal\1.cotton and JlneD'tabi"lca. .Lace "%yell, there's a lot of unfinished.work

----c 44i i insertion can be substituted for the silk before me, and I've got to cover the r,
; of/thetyoke'i; or' bands of 'material arouliclln a very short time."

"". :_! athel t! stitched, or any yoking matCrl \- "Better slow down a bltor, the; e
.. 1 can be-'-need ground will cover you InTjTverjr; short

.. .. The waist consists of a fitted lining time.""-Philadelphia Press.
t r+k7'er ln' v' t on 'wtacb the front and backs are ar --
'...J'. ranged. Tbe, yoke Is' separate and ConcratalaUome Kltbor: "" .7. ..
"T'r t- ''Joined to the waist at its lower edge.134th l 1sI Jack-"I hear you are going to marry, t;
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'. front and, backs'are tucked at Miss Prettynn. Permit me to congratulate ;'

H Jf. ", 1. [' '[their tipper portions but the,backs are you on your excellent: taste." ?

..t .r f ',C.h drkwddown smoothly while the front I I Tom-"But the engagement is off.

4t c I arc i ,dt .blouse* j slightly over the belt. The I'm not going to marry her or'an7,01l-' ; \ ..h
A sleeves' suggest the Haujtarlaiu.-styie.. else"
} ?a add are made with snug fitting upper Jack-"Indeed! 'Then allow' ine to k

( portion* to' 'fblCh'1h 'tuft sleeves arc congratulate;; you on your good' .t1II1 ."
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jattacbttd.! ; Chicago: News .
.' \ "" .. BASni-BAZOUKS I fbe fluaritlty of Material required" forth .__ IU( :.,
$ .. II' So .:I.U.... Sympathetic;
k \, u n j % medium size.Is tour yards twenty ; '
: . II I & .
A eye
f ) ,: 'I' j>ae Idches wide, three and t fWOMAl'a gentleman whose one glass baa
one-fourth
: ; ot'valo; themfeJ '
seep '. calujig !]es) Lords i tglremainila.tbalrtalon .
.::, peace yards 'IJwenty-seven Inches wide two served: him for years bad the.jnlsfortuna -
r't'. t the IIwsl"ei 'where they are .authorized. to Qag and one-half yaMk thltt -two' IncheswideoronoflBd' 1" 7t10asD WAIST, to,prop Jt, It smashed.to: atomic,
They are Kordlab nomads i descend- a .. U-"-. The jtr'U'C,t 4n -. to ven-eI lthtB three eightb '' Chls }happened! 'when he was.far.awaZi
:,' suits probably of, the sfadeftt .Oarduft" gl em abql hMI l 1UJI1td\t\ i 51tb40mfi ( yard.fortylur'MInehea'M yards of allover l lice
r +Itidl!.-'wltb' seven I for collar and shield and two In the country lie inquired of a friend
..ebI1:;" o; :iDccuplea.Tlpb: ; rmonirtaAiotw er.with'tbe'tea r and three where'*
was the .
yards: cr bflhdWk Ikihke1is Illustratedor 'fourth of nearest place for him y!.
'
)j-srds oppllqne to trim illustrated. '
> as
eastern tortfar of.the Assyrian Empire of
t' into told .
bringing relief the went
to end '
flreglitir] >ylM*lot'material / go get refitted..; .'> -
elgb-
.
. lit the Um.:jot dt4 glgry? Ik(.. .;rc elements the Kurdl. character 'H!
: iteItIrishes wld 'tor yoke nd'coTlsr.-"' ,1'wdu4 ........ "Why don'i you call>,upon' the girlyou
.
S l'While there are many different tribesor While'the Kurds are )Moslems I. ? (t I.rrt
reLtLLi with
or clans am lrfthtf' !KttM: <6U6tMJi.nayIW :.' 1 L' 'i W9r1r.iJ jt 'j1bU;1 Uoi.LLLLi 1 1 1I ". Triple.sklrtslBro'.mucjUin B* edl. -':tlylrracef! uTona vpgueTand.4U attractive t K;rile.error rarely of an greater utronomlcal.than cbrooometerts bis I friend were flirting inquired.' '"Sb all 1is.'a'last" nlghtTT ant'cia. +.;

clh14eeh'b1lflftf twYemPlt1Utl 9f peer 'e DO sense o f&l, Wl'dut; two one.huadrtdtha'ojC .
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A SERMON FOR SUNDAYA and have.uggeet been wroa.that even. Be Ili In1f 7aU' I. Elrth ..... 10''' An axesptlonto'the, Rule _ ALL"'TIRED OUT.Th .'--' ] MALSBYISc Coto

,. jytt. YlculaSlon..tL.t.a...N + '' { .
w 11 nnawaJKtff'Jfc 1'U. .WIidR'Rited'MIEi' I
PISCOURSE' .ON :"THE.\ CROUNO ;{ i! ytgeonu2epyhld'dh'ml! !:) .-" dde a- ..Jh ate" .bows. -. .beta ,.,.. per many frienda averredLlriA'l4.Te14 ." =- rttred, 'feet.IBgs ,.f. .... "' ...: ..-..-"rk't

OF tHftlStlAl.clOTAtNTY.3 J(l er.imt) ,lMirj .AIn come to wry' !
l"tkr5r..e: \" "wr t.' ._1 ld Jea" century ago In the pallid Matte )'
'. j .. ....ow..,iDI1rtfa} .. ill Loa-, Bur"'e-a dut,, r*erre41. body-who taxea the"
VWM.JHOT* than six: :; Id 1880. it badalleptgleu
uld ; .* ''
ItofflaisJd J.hn O.mpb.a'eHs doadwb : rot rttr churrth i.. ;, 5 1 kl4De,..' Whein.th,
The 3.y. ; than five to'lSCO'tole.* e ,
religion
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t..B..talJ..W..... efllh. Aa .... this book but were drawaSo For Helen la.a;beauty--tall, 'r i kidneys ar1 hover.
work .
not beoaus< it than four: In ISTftlB leifl than Wire: iq' .
.u..s lef VI.I., *.rer Whleh Busythe written,but on account of tbTVorcESZ ''' IflOQt .moac1 the J uaPf clasteiT With tray eyes full pf tolrtiWtdl _o.k84.tJIe,, fall to.perform 'i-j"i

Hearts sj*.....lt* s( C i the title page "What Would Jesus J>?r* fttl1e. that4ib. In: Helen' bank-account U an: } :'.' I ithjt dutlea ,

OCX. A* <':.aon"N.: J :-NVilyVooO I people Have'*" meeting heard Christ because cheered ia a. workingmen referred-' . . I t _>. corpn etJ;}1'worth.' '" I, nature baa provided .J

1 filled the Auditorium'ere* 'Sunday to *! the first great Socialist also t. .. for them to do..

looming to listen' to ,the. ,.Rev." Regioald to aa an examnW 1 i in economic, re1lerred 'T otre ::;3- tOf I p BOW JUe'a back 'again..deipltf"Th Whea the kidneysfall arable and .tMtasuMT i1jEo'glnes !
John Campbell, pastor of the City Temple In our literature of toKlay there.Is wisS? .Il. .. enN4 1 UUet to be ,sold dangerous dl >
London.. Hi ubject WM The Ground ful emphasi laid upon the meaning,,o* .Ca4anrh > y' < > easel quickly follow -/ Boilers
if Christian Certainty.". ,He aaid:; fbrl.t. But admiration for Jesu ..tendatlillbe. k W. l. OBH*=. Toledo O. fl Her wealth aa coanUeaa, beauty quite. ,

Uy teat, or rather, an*' tw, text, will be : than mere adoration, lot admira We,tbe w< .'haykanwt7.Ibhen.y > Aa peeress, aa.of, old ; urinary dltor- '
found, one. in the third chapter and fourteenth hOD. is not adoration. Men might say all to*tholaet II yen..and believe Urn per. Florence'-Klmball RuaaelU la October dare diabetes, dropsy Saw' Mills"
verse and the other in the fourth what-abont tbe Christ and yet misjudge; foetly honorable in all boat**** tranaaotloai. :rheumatism

chapter.*** nineteenth verse of the.Kirst tbe. Chiiit meant .to bring t Epi.tl.rof St. Johns 'We know! tb.t ,11'. heart of men.'' Men .re .questioning the tton made by their Ann, / T ; J
hare. passed from death uato life because assurance of thelov' of God. Where thaJT w_i Ta.Az.Wholeal.Drus. iataToledq. r Col bnbd cur all kidney and bladder' 'Ilia. Read. HM .-rt>d *.. sleek/.

we love the brethren., Be that loveth not WI look far certainty if not to Jesus? Ohio.' The Day, : the following case: > 111 MM DIA TX..' JIMMI.
hi. brother abideth for death." "We. |ove. Then i* an optimum; in Ai.erican'cbir- WawlaeItnraaaaYAf ,(wholeta1.Dru.' barb'any Veteran Joshua Heller r, of TOG southWelnnf' ReM M.*taryLtfwrrlo**..at4 r sTema
first loved actor which Toledo Ohio. -Mlaa Carrie, do''you' '
beeauttHe rn. tend. toward rlsU.
llim contentment
i not one of Hsil'Otairb.Oonl*taken Utemall/.aot: asked a new oar street. Urbana lit, says: Write .'. for'catasogus;:: prlurr-; :
.' Th thought ,, simple gratitude. marked f01 present world,. tavei, re- doln't OD'Cbri.tma.t" u ,
The text teaches 'WI '.hat the power my travel, from east to *. '. ''lag directly upon the blood and muoouor. Tang "In 'the fall .of 1800 after getting .. before buylnc' '- sr
of loving comes from the fact that God i* A rea ill..., to take thiege.lrtbey.comsand t aoi of the*,.tem. TsetlmoniaUsent free.-; ,. Doan'. :'Kldoe, 1'l1l.lat' CunninghamBros tc.. y 15
hare -
.love. The-writer of _the fourth gospel, be situfied with mJa 1'1t"1.Tea per bottle Bold by all Prugglat. ,.Why do.you.aakt 'W* usually ,' -drag, store IB, 'ChampalaTa ..adta1r.lDS "
whether he was or ,11'''.Dot the Apostle this assembly, u large .. It i I., a holiday Sulfa.....u.l'iUa.an. the but a family .dinner .but,,you can go out of treatment 1 told the '
John> wa probiolv one of-the..'greatest assembly, too there are nndoubtedlymen early la ,the afternoon and remain a court : ': : '7
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theologian that ever lived because hi* who have 'some great sorrow and W..f. if chooae." reader of the paper that-they bad relieved SAW MlllS
spiritual insieht I i. ao prol'und/ and the there are time when many of us have felt The English tacguag.'aecording to a through the evening, you me.of kidney trouble disposed ,.".." 1' .,'

inwardnesa of his master mind so com some great sorrow. I 'h... found here and Gorman atatlstlcjan wbo hat mad tltody "I wanted to go home. Mr aunt'scome 01 'a lam. 'back with pain across my with H lmulteneonsS.eworksaad."'.tlHlvsrsal_11ame.RseNlte the IIw "

plete. The writer of the Fourth Gospsl i.plainly there we"eom*, acron .ailent men, who of' the compgratlvV wealth of ; and we hare an-oyster stew aDd loins'and beneath the shoulder blade ear e ek-KIu$ ( Variable reed Wnrks ore ones- !,
the writer of these epistle*. lie bare been beaten in th,battle of life and 'My'grandmother was hurled: celled lor aoooaaor, smruioirv. DOBAKIUITT
John who have language, beada the n.twl the a'tupper. : During the Interval which bad elapsed writ.
wa* undoubtedly the Divine. He no part in this; general optimism. aim .". 0.0".10.. for rail ,
never refer to himself by name, but only The world a* God baa made it i i. one of enormous rocabulary of 200,000 word; on that;day." was the startling. reply.C. I-have bad occasion to resort to> Doan'a desert tt.etralnre.banul.ssuredbythe

.* the disciple whom Jesus loved. None of beauty. :This morning, for example the German< oonu. tiextrwith- 80.000wordy JL Haling. la" October LlppiDcott' Kidney Pills.Wbea.I.noticed warning CAI.atlIROxWOnaeWlnabe-emlsmN.C.. of
us would be willing to spar out of our sun Is shining around u* everywhere' ''we : .. .
Hrlti
the are clad. to f- then Malian 78.000; attack. On each and every occaaion:
Christian experience fourteenth chapter -meet it* beam.: the very .
of St. John. In ,this the disciple act brightness affects our spirit, and help us French with 80,000; Turkjan with 22.1.- the re.ulta'obtained were just aa aaOs- .nipanaTabuleetro

forth what we believe to be the profoundest to look forward with hope into the future. 600 and Bpanlsh. -wltn 20,000.1 There 1* ''cMlltaUon.' enlightenment factory aa when tbe. pill were first the beet dytpepal* 1
and moat beautiful truth But do you realize that there ie tragedy ,, .
eoneerning! a
to notice I. just
It-ought aa emphatically
of the under leaf and good roada. Good my Q medicine ever made.
the relationship sanctified tout to every green T Hear the -wares economy 101 '
the Redeemer. What a beautiful phrase breaking upon the seashore! Do you real- road lead to ,prompt and steady attendance Indorae the preparation today 4 ((r g A. hundred, mllHona el, ;
is this "Tb. di.eiple whom Jasus 1 loved." tie that the. smiling sea surrounding 'v* upon church aenrlcea/ %shoot{ aa I did over two yean sgoA /, I of them -have.'been
This man of wonderfj ability, who remembers yesterday strangled come mother' coq! No Hair ? Fan TatAx. of this great kidney u Unlteil'
that Here' room dntlCB. neighborly .Intercouraeand told In the
all Jetu said and write it are ,we. mating -in brightness sod medicine which cured Mr. Keller will
down for our benefit. By that he did not gladness. Do you realize that the same social adrancemenU. Bad roda .' States' in a single
mean that bit was the only ,ciscipl whom sun shmini upon u* i* taking; the life of lead to profanity, worry trial and 'be mailed 'on .application to any: part Every lllneaa.
J_. loved, but he meant to lay that he eome one in some ,part of thi! continent of tile United States. Medical advice year ,
trlbulatlona. and the loss of team; T- i stomach .larelieved
got hi. own spiritual experienceBOB the to-d')? '?My hair waa falling oat vary troe.trlctlcooleleatt.I.; ,Address. Foster arising from disordered f
same foundation. that we get our. Have younever felt brethren, some hides patience. opportuOltlea for good or cured by thtlr oat. So
There are aign in the New Testamentthat time that yon could improve on life If yon fait and I was treaty! alarmed. ,1 markets aDd lots of time. -Mllburo Co. Buffalo 'N; X.for common U It that dlaeatea' originate, e

the disciple whom Jesus loved was atone had the power-that i. in the bands. of then tried Afet' Hair Vigor and :.ale' by, all ,drugglita, price" . 50 centa from the stomach It be safely assorted
God? may
time a paaaionate>> ambitious- maj. paxboa.. .
Mark that oecaaion when Jame and John '"Oh, love, could you and I with Riot conspire . tny,;balr stopped falling at once.- 8IT8; & enttyeared.lionteoraerross' there la no condition of lit,

were called the Sons of-Thunder: _whenthey Mra. G.A. McVay, Alexandria,O. ness after first day's use of Dr.Kiln Great 'Th. Wear and Tear. health that, will .not be benefited ,or

came to Christ end Mid, "Job ateI', To grasp th!Ia sorry acheme of thing en'Would NerveBaetonr.tXtrial bottle and tretlfree cured ..occaaloual ate of lUpanaTabulea.
.hall command fire to down I I .. Great souls arise to great emergencies ?
we come from .nwnLtd.gelAnhBtPbUa.Pa.
heaven and .con..._ these adversaries snot The trouble is hair Pr.SUH. .' -the .. Pbyilclana know them and.apeakhighly ,. i;
; we shatter it to bit*-and then your But"falter often la lesser fray, i
roan and pun?" And Christ replied, Remold it nearer to the heart' d..i...." 8awdust and other mill wasM U now; llfe'a 'mall,, : of them. ,A1I druggists p.
;
know not :yet whit spirit y* are of.:, It i. because of this mood that I hive does nofhavc life enough. used in.paper making in Teiss. Unnerved, dlttraughty=' -f : tell then Tha" five-cent, package la* ,.
Again the mother of Jame and John Found in America and England that people urgencies occasion,* and .
for ordinary
; enough, an ,
Save children
comes to the Master and aay. "Master have asked the question. How aha 11 .... be Act promptly. your )Ira:W1alow's Soothing Syrup: for .. The rasping wear. and tear of e very contalna ,
grant that theaeTmy two son, may sit the ure of God Where i* spiritual certainty teething,soften the JrUIId,reducestionaflays fofl"nm.* the Family Bottle;sixty cents, t f
day.Cartlle
one on Thy right hand and the other on ? One man once said to me. "Jf you hair. Feed I it wlth'Ayer8Hair paln.eurea wfadcobed .850.a bottle. :. Blake a household supply for a year.Oat t w

Thy left, when Thou contest late Thy were master of the community I think I stock uses 'thirty-. .- ,,Morgan'In October generally glvet-relief! within twenty, ;;,
Vigor. If the .A of Indian corn up '. .
kenl dom, She thought, and gray Lfpplncott's'Ambassador
tney thought
could trust you. I don't think you could of water during its season. minutes .
pounds I
and? they all that the ODe
earthly kingdom wish me harm' Can't you make m. mire hairs to I ,
wa to be an one; thatChrist wa of the love of flod. Oh, make m* sure of are beginning Ptoo'a Oar for Consumption an IataltIMe'medlolne
to- grasp the. sceptre of the Caesar and the 'victory of Christ; show Ayer's Hair Vigor for coughs as&.j>oMs..-N. .w, Andrew D. White'a rem- W.. L. DOUGLAS
rule over the world and that those- who Now brethren, heten tome- : firet of all, SAnoar.Ocean Qrora.N.'J.. rib If, I**. . InUcedcea ..re 'CODtlDUe4 la fixture
stood nearest Him would occupy the clear the ground by this; reflection that .3.2 & 3 SHOES." '
place of greatest honor in His kingdom. the only real communion the only.spiritual will restore 'color'everytime. France spend thirty-five\ percent. of numbers,of The Century Magazine. la
Without rebuking them the Muter turned preparation 'Tea can *av* from 99 to M yearly eyWMrtat
experience that ia worth having i. not ifs c' berresource' oajnulitary November will be printed, u accountof
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to the two men and said: Are you able that which can- be set forth in term of 11M.. .. All a. Dr. White's'relation with Prince W.L Deugia$JO ar 9*ehw.'e
11 drink of the cup whereof I shall drink mind; it i* not that which can be demon PUTNAM FADEUCM: : D.rrs produce the They equal thou .
and to be baptized with the baptism itrated by.b'gure and yon will have to If your druggist" cannot' supply yea, brightest and fastest colon. Bltmarck. that have been coat- '
whereof I am baptised?. And they answered begin where tnev did-In the upper room.. tread ...ODe dolUr .,. ... ..Ur."yew lop you from' ".00
eagerly and with confidente., "We A man must find Christ for himself.: Your i. you a bottle.. Besnrsan.glee Uw acme Banking institution have no us* for the I to 1 .00. ,The Inv'!
are." Then said the Muter "Ye ball indeed aoul should be the reflection of the mind ., your nearest eapre.ofOre. Address, "no account" man. _ STUART'S menu ..1.01 W. L.
drink"of M.. cup ant be bantimdi of the Muter., The only real communion' J.C AYxfCO..iow.nMaes. -..... FREE Douglas ahoy prove*

i with the baptism whereof I am baptized." even here i* that which cannot be demon i' .Too Small for Its Age.A CINaDeI.BUCHU. chair superiority overall J
The other discipL-s displeased other make
were mums strated. tte'trisnds
all whenBer.erto of (tkos
with James and John. Thy themselves the trouble. The Master was railed to hi i. rew.rd. and wbi.e I am 101d colored carpenter. to do a piece of Blood DI_.a sample bottle of atuart'sOla. dealer everywhere ,
knew at once-coming. a* a Master of the .ipeakinf to you some one should say, "He ;WfATHERWISEIS him .and Boeh. t.......... Kidney ..4 Look for naus sal -c Z. ''
I rather delicate cabinet work for Liver MedMn.will b** aUolntsI I o' bottom.
truth II. very well knew--what wa In' i. gone. But all can now ece. a| v ree priM on
'Their. heart. The one wa seeking thetro'a his venerable body, that/ou be here and : THE!: MAN WHO ,WEARSUCER5 was pleased beyond his expectationswith .cost Mention Wits.. \ .Urdt.,,44d..ITU.A&r, Tkat De.(|..sues fen. I.1. I\\"i:
thai DJIUO M-ro ()() t* v Atlaaba Ga.Bilious. ..a Colt >rTs Iksrs la
that wa corruptible, and fadethawayt yet you would ssy, "He u;i gone. Ye, it the result. . .. .. I* Deaclas sksss.Cr .
the other wa to live in history. would be his soul that had to make '
gone I to show Mrf tatUfactlon he << .. I* taw akikwtgra4s
.. the apostle of love. What a long the union with Christ. Wishing . e>
way perfect I ? rat.a. .* _....
John must have traveled before this passionate Brethren take the Christ out of my 1{, '.-after paying the price the old loaD : ,_tt.w........-. ,.'
ambitious man wa able: to -derrre ... .ipirflnal 'firmament and the world wouldbe JflBJjS) asked-took from the sideboard ;|bot Ow q.m E_,.U....... . pal "Illustrated'

this. the title, "the Apostle of Love.*' dark and cold to me. Then never was I A ; .xtndtn0 over tie of extraordinarily: fin* whiskey that : Dizzy? Headache? Pain Catalegfree.lbw II mall W. ..M. KOltlLaJk e.sts ntra....11...__,<* ,
John gave, greater part of hi* young a.time*when the wnrld's people were in rputa.tlor> i, .. _.. ,,
life to the preaching of the gospel of love: such demand of Christ a* to-day. No I xO.. *Uty>-lx y.e>r. eAd 'our -Just'.baen' sent' him. and poured, a back of your eyes? It's your .T I. + z
Toward the close of.that long and wonderful If could take Christ outof : i CURED
never von the \\aCj \tee ere bixck. of little Into a glass.
career the beloved disciple was carried history if you could suppose the world' li I ... :* ; QtmroJ tM "Uncle." he Inquired, "ha..'jou| '*ver liver Use Ayers Pills, Bran Blvaa
v :!
sane Sunday morning to the congregation of to be it is would still be asking for
a ,
men I sIoNOPe711E all : sy OalakRMHf
the faithful.-$,.wa* his last appearance'at some> one to save them,-and the conquer- FlStiW .: tasted whiskey fifty year old? ,I ;'j Gently laxative; vegetable. $ '
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any earthly gathering. Hi* parting fog love would be craved for by them. .:There Are starry ImiUttoni. "NO; tab.'I'b..r''' haa," 'r.pUec1\tbe| Sold'' for 60 years. ?!frxaw ,'
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a_ 11I..1. ato.
benediction to t-e little lock come 'dovato i even if they did not know it. f5. MIre of the ItbfW.T0weR old darlrT.hi.* voice trembling with ...
us through the history of the ) Now brethren let. back to ,tie de"" er.cts a per.'s..aI .
ages u* go on the buttons. ... treetesst.
"' ttJ. children love one another." v : 2hrfet by all means, but let it be- the .v anticipation. Want your moustache or beard I.ellsbeeday.-..'.....", "' ......-.lie....
We know that often the word. of oar Christ of experience\ not limply the Christof ONAALCEVUYWHUEL: ._ "Well try that,|then.f'Sald'tit employer ( a Maut brown or rick Mackr Ue Write Dr.H.N...*..'. *%
tent were on. the Up of the Apostle ,J.. nl'e'.know hI.toMl'Chrlat went away to come . JLTtJWUI CQ.OaTON.MA&aU *.A." handing him the glass "End _ Bpeclsusy. Osa B-AUMlaTisV, ,
."\\ 'that passed from nearer. He went to His own and He*>rrr T0'-vr.a CANADIAN COL tiuj.ToeoNTO.CAKStraighten '
death unto life, Muse *re love. the left them.------- :-' i tell me what you tbIi,Lpflt"The BUCKINGHAM'S DYE Give the name 'of this paper'Who* ;l

brethren." ADd again the higher expert{ It is by no mean Hod's J'urPooe TaTiny' old fellow received It TeverpntU .., to itfvertberb-At11.'. '
writing ( )
{nee whic.i makes possible the *>ther we man should remain in'\h. house of, mourning ly, took one alp, and rajaed. 'hU.eyey In . 'r
love the brethren oectuse ()bri.t. first .. On the throne of the universe-site Your Hair .
loved us." one with the-hesrt of achild..*No stranirer eClt..,. ; . "
This i* not the only experience of the cries but whose voice i* heard by. the "Ohaah! dat am. anblyde' fli ea :THAOHER'S,
kind. Borne of you might be inclined to One whom Paul preached whom John bevragevdle'chile evah taste B it," ;OR,'
say: "This I.i all-well enough in its placeto loved the same, who in the far off day* of '" the
at
talk about the Apostle. John a* being Galilee walked\ ') .the.hillside doing j art. with i an .anxlou: glance : veryalight ,Liver. and' Blood
,
the anostle of love." But we are not John. good. H. I i. on the tJll'OIIe'1\ow.-- --I f : quantity In the glass '"dont 'ou # .. .
There are some other people: who deserve Mr. Moody once told a story in England t'lng aah, It am'ju*! a iltlte email for. -' '
the title.*' What bout Pcier'ths impel. <)neeap\ootr.i ..... let eranr"l ai-, niniofj Vru'" --ter, ,

sire fi.herm.1I'eter was. undoubtedly t her Ife Vat aaketf to C: *. a"I" at .. ,IL . '
rt..ri= :
;1" J''i ; ti d -
impulsive and selfish and not without his mart. ) >J" wheshsa-* Jtotl.Wiab.det4 i. th1.QAY.I'TIIarrrot.D '
ambition too. Listen to the conversationin for a Mfg time :Mr..Moody went to take gentle m 4ntred bsectOctober r pro. by Removing_,_

the upper room. sifter the Master ha a blrssi g, but 4.ted tnt one -The maw Llpplncott'a. 4f r _' : amino far ... IIta ... to hen r
performed the foot w..hinjlU.tbeiti"! to h'ad" kee i standjn* )under IM, blrsning -of .I 4 lA, AHsSC ;uenal! uoiiMea...bet.ataeUYKandKlbxZT.N" : '
prepare IIi. di.ciplea for ilia doming( in. : i tw\s Ian''shm-k fo hhrV to bs told 1 A lna . L
C'anryJ k*the earls oat of tt.mats n* rhMKbmrin ''
n.r..: "Ye shall all b..aonfoullded because ) world seemed to be upside down. The .1. to a ; JRIFIU TH6''BLOOD
of M. this n llht." And Peter replies and the;man would have had a poar,time ,j 01i/ADE ,Ceotu9' tare groupo ,
: "_ iough .n should betray Thee .f it If &thev had"PoV'n' to hinrof bas. *ufirrincs. I IjAJKOW ) papers under the title "Ptrnlof'tb. 11II.'V :

yet will this not'"Yom.de I." What he 1gnat t meant deal to I aywas bf ber-h .slid} When-.'I-rne MK..s Moody when the left-anaebrp.eedyer the Cham-.'., (........ I c i RepAibllc"-attention Uje object of them'beingto .!HACHE" MEDICINE COs; 4s'TAASasATill. .::::::. ::

thin m.n, who is'allowed'to Tier on Yow pundea, tJl.'fI'ill'.tGIJ at,that-housa I 0e.amt lU ane a w > .itutt fislf thai 11warr. .- call by expositery.papeto '
,
errant. Perhaps if crises; be mightnot bretbrerf I Bert,.INyk.le ant h*.l
a came ror'rtfreshmep.Uy'-Jau see, readta liUa.th hair*rf w,tea 5 i ._ r' l'
be aa much use a* I.woaldt If three .i fortunate tendencies of American Ute ..
lain you ... ...... .
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tike PRICE 79 CEMT3.Mrn.f ,
should'betray Thee;,.!to'will not I. The Men Peter'-.-.u\4--ohil' who have' .
of of the I* .
The title early
time came when'1 John admitted Peter toI'llate'i beeadrnitted to the fellowship of the rwr. e ..the. ........ one paper lEST FOIl TIE ..was. ...:=:;
bailor Johu stood silently. by, dross dot! nnt.doubt tf). love el God Peatejlnnd ? .Lre..tarenexrea! wAI "The\ Dally Walk of a Walking"Delegated
ready perhaps to die for hi* Muter. Peter i < sorrow are lit> doh...,I I" Lddrege CARPBNr a co..'
wes hiding somewhere in because of i.e./The fates prepare the,... loP .tb.' I Lottitvlllcy S TCAPUDE :
the Jew and Christ dying Aad thin former. . _. .
WM!
after the'resurrection Christ came.to'him Io huM p Oquy e 8mit). tell l It.tbr. I At Seductive. Odd. ii

in secret. Vstei1, wept," hi. penitenceand \ : bis own little] ion who had played ..I -- KIlker-Riche. take wings you
the Three be tern h* had ,
Mister lifted him tap aain. truant and in tiring to
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time he was aaked'Simoni Simony *oo icnliham to bed and they .11'...* not.to know : '/ '
of Jonas,! lores thou Me?'., Peter"! (B.f have' 4nr supper if youpleane;. He passed ; JBocker: ;':-Yes. but taey cangcj j ju ii CANDY

,f Theo: eted.nsart;'. 'rbe' hard.Thon.knoweaLtbaLIJoYr lest timegr. eved because of .die fcrnbf.,awt1oUU..even1ng..tiptoJrln.-bau.Ui....d wondering-:-what ihe effect oftb..1Iu..ullent.would -..,; ,CUR 3- ..."! JI-. .... at.quick. on honea.Brooklyn Lit..: .

the qu.eUoahereplied'rwith. deep emOO. be. Klnillrrnot!

Lion, ullre .ne only of the loft in hie heirm (anyound.-,made-hja.. way to ALL HEADACHES SS! : .A good road enahlea the lazy farmer

"Lord.1 Thou YnowetAe.ll" i I thing, die'bed'Chamber.. .;".A he leaned over. .the?, I .........._.... op./,.rIoU". to'loaf longer at the village store and
said that
knowestt "It
'Thou that.I -love Th..! When bed one of the little-fellow ( .." ) S
was given! to thi1' ftshertnan'iht grand von; father" I Jut went for him andrew c ; !makes It poMlble.for the thrifty
""prom.... ..Ye.....of Christ." And a.. him.in.and.the'litW f.lln bed farmer to go back and get another 1
.ewer. oti Christ ta.,\"If: r will that yr out, "Father will ..ou fonrive[ me!" "Ye, The EffcrvescenlStomach 1
GUARANTEED . ..dde. MHm baa berth, bed I Ilobe.
load . CURB fer sll bawd >rs M *.uppee sama,
strive and acfcete and he. Maid red wait, MI1'hen will foreiv .7<1U.. down I ..wind en theatoasacb.bl.....t bttwvla, foal month, Si_.ljich..d..igssrtea pimpt.s.
what U iht tow thee, .follow -thcor" M.." love yon' father take me Cleanser y las altar_tia(.liver_' '..,altew skta Red s...._ Wires mnr-......**...'*--
These two *)ienjnot together 16 witnea for the Master. Peter because .... hive looked info. the face of JIftbell4i1ebeq *chronta.u_and long **mra 01_....... M* saattsr what sits yen.start taklmgCASCABETa ,
"Ullotusww' ,GOusUoatlon.Al for rt>.will BOTOT .t well a.4 tay wen MHI get pees bwsterigbt.
today g
does |
the John i. silent..Bothre pee .
talking and the Son. __ ___ loins of take advise. Mrt with Caeca.... ..<* .. ears o. }
to suffer/ in the of Jean nII'et-., a... .m4 *l, TXASllilOUISIAH( use today_ absolute .ran&ee *
prepared name
aM ,
; renmded. The s..nl.e tablet stamped C C Nara .old I. bdk., Bsespl.
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nail from -1IeJP
Christ of ..azareth. : The ute That, Counts. f. 1ts9fr... t ........ "'-.. Address......,..a a.DI"'F Coms.ay ChI_ as N.w yon. .mprdmekz .
The In''thi'Tieart of < \ 1\ IrAhaAxTeet..
grand certainty TK lifa-tKaVVunU if a life on 1 eram"trea. ..... 1.1 bat: ...
.... .pot. teN
tsiJ. '
mjlathi .
very of these that had .
they . .,
one
men wa. level y.e lullwf holpful ....lie. a/ f ".. .. '
paned from' death unto life, through being life its lowest level. It I' the lt.rifa.d eta
Water
made for all on L Thompson's Ey' _
capable of lovinc .JAnd they were first which we owe to our.fe.low meu ,waY - c
;capable of loving1 because They loved the debt **' ,.,:.
has.fsjt...
ill.tl "aie..1t.e m'l who, ,. '
brethren. ...1..tlttenla/"er : .111olj.t '
Now are ti. rrne
c tsjtliencfiany tpi 3ife a',1 u. nal re TEXA8 PACIFIC --
since .
John wrote these word. for 118, the "
: .ignifickncet; ca'
gt.nait.arger i ; I A Squire of Andover, once hired a
Mme
thing--haa held true. The ground of much
it becaiie it mean ao ; ,
Christian certainty ha been-through the "ot. interpret ita line through to the brother of Patrick who wan In hla r : er
trace
love of find There i*'no.other ground.ofecrtainty he end cannot because it ha. no ena: it run* Intonod' employ.. The terms ,were made' with' aAt1WAY ..
to-day. setter .. u'
And the witness of fie spirit i. seen iaDothm.more .. etemit 8ome hinB coming Pat before his bro her'. .arrival,' and

than this: that
the sons of qodl I!hir'U.in; "fhei'de or powerJ making" him> and that after a mode l.. Squire-"Vll pay your brother'.onftfty'a mils.110....' acute *hT.T.port N r :.K n "
meanor. : i. 'Pallas. WHMfor BW kook om Ts.aa -vaaaE.
jlirl.tt'
u" J /
, 1. but which eye bats not !eef. ]ie.eaa whether toil' aay;Patrick." t t. TDB.MKR sea ..... AaTi.D. la ,Tsua '
nrte: love of Jesus, what l..lnone awn" at his work itot'knowing Patrick.'(bow :and tmlllngr-!!'Tl*. H.eadac'h'es': .
one know, and your American h. .to.see its reault Dow.or not.bot ,. ,
Whittier., writing )'e.terelt"a.. it were; ,knowing as that Cod :will not Jet it. bewasted. SOT, yta, tor; and yfZi he ate himtlltor
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aav* for n* this love satisfaction; in being.ppteciated 1 "'"
morning: There i. a wm'-. ate biro aorl .J 'u"I'
forever' toll-forever free thatother. earknowledge Dennis "
feeling '
ill'
had
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that
The squire thought
tLDu,. brethrenJobn.Wedeywa one of our' wo tb'or our power, and tawna'r10twa '
greatest preacher the world ha ever In raininc that pule, (Cola thn..ff.aa better}eat""'O.-oeto 'Lt p'ro:. sr x

known; the greatest preacher of the ero* iIo many of9u. .... ot1..I 'J,, : --t. .'
since the t.'fOQd'w _. _.. . _ -'- -, '.
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Apostle Peter. There never wa whose lin are t'On the kigbe,
a man fuller pf love for the Master fuller, Ht er woman are thon who ta .n Ineii bur. ;
o I inspiration than John W.*!ey. How i* plane fi"ehinf.to""itbou'+
!t with Methodism Iey? W will make dens witiioak lT'ard$, .t.n iOt not Jook for the,
the How' i I. it, with thee !! .. j
and .a1ler'rl
; Ul'eJa ol Chri.ktod.I? .What la our PDewer -' retned pJaudi of ti,pit the a..nea, o ton tai.1'8ntboa-. PianiBlion Ghill Cure isGuarantoitf

to bet Today notice. or seem to r tbeir'i art;well, anif.iO h ''' !

aotle world' two By the tendencies world I at meat, work the io world the: =t',. 1,1w' Itke 1il. wbnre W! nnid' .S /

as you and I know it-tb. English kpeak- :h."tsSSiS' r rdr.u
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Inc a 114 world" Tw.tful-doubt)On tendency in the Jesu new Christ eagn1! : I \,"' ...\ 8&WMtoXs&WSSffS ; w; ,t t1'Ifltlb4"'t' '( tf'' 1CW 4asitenti 9o'avh' -natktil'y1lt"wrlo"J! y', ..f : ntil c't t
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DEMOCRATICBUCCB93In :.Coaaleg .!'Bxtrm :Se.alo t.' of the same stock and thus, via theoours Is Your Life WorthIf '.

Congress wtll oo ene In extra MI* the Third.of a Congressional few years, the District farmers. 'of of J The lane of bad luck So Ti-y a Bottle of. ';-,

the Kext Catnpalstt: predicted lion on November 9. The "e*traodl- Florida will find themselves In possession ; ,LET US \, ".'

by .Ho.. Heart Wsttersoe.lPittsburg nary 'occassloo" which' requires the of as fine and ,"blooded'' a The lotor."porkers" that seems to have no turn-

Ps. Oct. 2 .-Henry both houses in the neo scan be produced.
Convening first distribution of pigs has been IMPRESSTHIS Ing can be turned into a regular
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Wa .erson.who lectured here Satur o"Aa.ry.pproval by :Congress of the made,.and a Madison county farmerwas [ ring. If you consnlt us

day'nlfrbt, .14-:1' ri-clprooal' commercial convention be- lucky enogh to be "In at the first about the kind of F_rtlHz: r'

."If,I wasabettlnir man I wont gamble I ,tneeq the United'Statea'. and the Re-' drawing." Bully for Lamar and may. you need for your soil. .
his tribe" Increase
against the Republican nbmlnrv I nubile of Cuba, signed at Havana op "hog fturefy as hi*own personal as steadilyand and political Writs for our little booklet

in the Presidential election. This December,II, 1902.. The considerationof popularity. UPON YOU on/Fertilizers! which. Is ,free
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deans t.b.1 be'leve Roosevelt cannot the Cuban treaty will undoubtedlybe for UHij kln.:.'", '
ff Buzzard And Baby 4 ....- .
win the Democrats .get togetherand the chief business during the extra

put up a good man they 'can win. session, but any other business.will be A lakeland ,correspondent of time' ;

-. Owing to financial muddle, brought In order as when'Congress: is once In Tampa.Tribune says that one of 'the I ;: .. dip h rrlGfiI k t tWe

about. by the uuwaterlng of some of the session It can undertake any' legislation . most. remarkable sights ever witnessedla "' 19rJru:) O 65. !.
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locks in the market the peop le want which either house '''81Ire,. It II Lakeland occurred on Wednesday II''
afternoon when R. O. Cresap arid U. J. defy the world produce di i
.* change. I do not know who the expected that many bills will be' introduced Drake were out driving and discovered FLORIDA FERTILIZER; .MANUPAM"L4RING 1 CO )lolne for the cure of all formsot. )

tnanlathattheDemocrat.wUlnomtnate but most of the time will. be a large bu&aardrylnl[to fly away : ntUJladder roubles,and due
but I don't think that" the. with Ittseemsthat ba- I ney .
Bryan'pis consumed debating t.he"tariff issuewhich a small baby .
GAINESVILLE that.
by had''been left for a time alone and FLORIDA. peculiar to women, will eq
.
man. the,, treaty
will be raised ,by Smith's8ure_ Kidney Cure Nlnei
r' Watterson reiterated the statement. the buzzard came along and had gottenits AGENT. ''W B.: MAKINSON CO.. KJSSIMMKB F '. tbe wlSmith's
The comparative strength of the par. feet. tangled in the baby's, clothingand ,- I.s- eight per cent of oases treated
made some time ago about hi* belief lies in the first meeting of the Fifty could not.. extricaUa itself. The XMC' Sure Kidney Cure that ,hi1

t ; that. a 20.000,000 steal would crop up Eighth Congress will be, In the Senate buzzard could fly about a foot from --- underour obbervatlonbavene
the ground but could not get ".wa '. ,, "" "" " "" """" We sell our medicine on aposli
it ) ,
that
in the canal deal but. staled. fifty-seven Republicans and . , 'gidarrantee If directions arefollo _
wa. of rescued and ,
The baby course, ,
' would be hard "to prove.' 'wbo'would. thirty-three. ; Democrats and, in' the proved to be unhurt, but It was a narrow ..A..c'AR80I'f.' President<- -% C:-.Y N"c..t.rr; and money will be refunded If cure"
get. the money., House 205 Republicans and 178 Demo: -- not effected. '
t ; escape"for the little one. -
.
and $1.00. For
M salt
1 1Oceola
cents
--- : Price
cra""' In the House of 'Represents.Livesthere '::t' :s: :E: : ,
BMg IO.'s) Arnica'etye. ." Notice of Application for Tax r Pharmacy. f t
will be-Ha members who .. '
Has world-wide fame'for marvelous have served before; and in the Deed Under Section. 8 of -
never .
,cures. It surpasses and other salve Senate twelve'senators who will see Chapter 4888 Laws Waters & Carson :Grocery Co.-

.i lotion. ointment .or balm; for Cuts. their llrnt service; except that of the of Florida. .

Corns Burns Bolls, Sores Felons that :. -WhoUMle sad Retail Dealer !.
ten days extra session of the Senate Notice II h.rebY.fIY.m E.t Oventreet THEDFORD
.. Salt Fever Certificate No, 877,
Ulcers, Tetter, Kheurr), r '
last Spring. _Senators ,...2 orman :wll.! dated the 4th r November, A. D. 1HU5.hat filed
r Sores,' Chapped Hands, SkinEruptions lead the Democratic forces, and the .aid certificate In ror office and ha made application GR.QQ"E'RI'ES::
Infallible for Pile. Cure, for tax deed to Inuo In accordance1with
,: ; Republicans in..,the Senate will. fine law Maid oerllftoat embrace.the follow' BlAItDRAUj1R(
guaranteed.,Only 2T o at Osceola Pharmacy Ing deacrlbed property situated In Onoeola
themselves confronted by a united county Florida-.,,: NEW: NK4! of 81ty
and 'deffnt policy guided by the and NWJi of BKW Sea 22. Tp 2S e. It 2MTho!: ,!L COUNTY AOBNT9 FOR 1!
.._
aid laud being .aed at the date of the t.l THE GREAT '
Judge Reggae of Texan on the man whom the President regards. as auance of such certificate In the name of F.
Uoblet U,.,... aald certificate hall be redeemed CUA1'ES
State of the .Uatotf. his .most dangerous rival for the according to law, tax deed will luut: Ir A- J'I j I Celebrated ?Fertilizers I FAMILY
'" flrsX office. of the -;landIn. theBou' thereon on tho lAth Dallas, Tex., Oct 14-John H .Reagan U01 Ultnea my omelet ilynHtura and *uaIhU Gil A 1 ? I ETC.
.. the will distribute of D. 1UOD.
A.
new speaker try to the Utb day October
,. In an interview' today, freely JNO. M. LEE :. Ciro.i..ad: Price.
discussed governmental condition the important chairmanshipswithout ['SAL! rierk Circuit Court '-- 'Frret.ked.oa Applloatlo
animosities and dip-, Oncrola County, Florida.ly r TI
arousing-
..
In this country aDd largely from the W IL JOHNSTONETW.. tensions the' It
in
'standpoint of a -pessimist. Among Republican party. -Tbedford's Black-Draught:has

other things he said: "I feel that .the is said that Representative Hepburnof Notice to Creditors.Notice HIDESFUfS saved doctor bill. for,more than I

I.th.t. Iowa will take advantage of the U hereby (Iron to creditor* legate WOOL sixty rears. For the cot unula fan* I
Is doomed. .
American Republic Hid distributee, and art hmliig deuaud -
person .
'Texas is' the of the change In' the speakershlp to lead an aialuatthe e.tate. of Robert II. LaulorIrceaiiod. I Uy ailments" such as oaiutipatioa, I
event hope attack 'theHouse rules which and Mary C. Lanier his widow, Ien indignation,hard cold, bowel complaint
'people for free representative govorn. upon ned,to prevent the same,duly authenticated, OoVL33.tr3T: :Produce a. Specialty.. ..*, chill and fever, bUl_
have the lower branch of Congress i the nnderalgoed, w-chln two year from
headache and other like |
place flees,
,ment. Some day therowillbe at least \U'e hereof aa prextrlbed by law Olherwln
3o,000/p50) ; inore'people! In this States trader the"domtoloo of a small \-.el'J: { bo barred, and all ponouiMb c. """"' ''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''' ''' complaint no other medicine is
oligarchy consisting of the!speaker ami d to (aid estates ere-hereby re- neoeaitary. ."Invigorates and reg-
.than there are now. I, do not want nested to make Immediate leltlement. with ull&1el-th. liver lut;Ut* direction,
the committee" on rule He io under*IgnedThla '
propose
Texas to be divided. When' Texas August 6th;7l. D. last. stimulates action: of the kidney,
to enlarge this powerful committee MOSES KATZ, tbe blood and the
''was admitted Into the Union yt States. purifies purges
five and: also that it shall be chosen by th. .V* Adralnlatrator of the e.l.lei of Robert U bowel* of-foul accumulations. It
the right was reserved to make inter'1.deoeseedendMeryC.Leniordeceased. I
two parties in the House Instead of being A VAAomew, cum liver complaint, indigestion ,
States'of the territory embraced In Attorney.48eth our stomach disunmu, ,chills, 1

':''rex.. .. That, should never be,, dond.a' l appoint speaker. He wll : iww High' Grade Whiskey rheumatic pain, sideachs. backache -
nodoubt have the of the Dom oonstrp.ttosi
support kidiwHr trouble
"I do not base my opposition upon Notice of Election. |
.
ocats and of many Republicans wh dlarrh(, &. bil'o-' the pride; that all Texans have in the I a petition timed by mi.re than one colds and lie. .. .... **
concerned at the loss of presthr ::
terrlt.orla.1llr8a.t.Des.. of their State are ::.rer.the regUlered voter of- Oaeeolaunty yUt has Thvx./v..a's lilaeke-lDr.og h& I
+ and power by the House due to Hi Florida, wan, on the 5th day of October
That is one thing that makes 'sentiment D. 190*, preaenled to the Board of Countyinmliulonen Kentucky ExchangeAND in 25 't>8.,-T'.I.vn,* and in mammoth I|
divisionbut,.the real Iron.rules of Reed.-Gainesville Sun, of Oacrol County, Florida. slur fr : **>. Never aooepi '
lysi against clog them to order an election to decide < a cubetttut... J.'.! on having the.
'
reason the one that outweighs all the Lamar'a Pl a. tether beer hall the .UB,1'prohibited of Intoxicating In-the ltgaorswln.County of. original inn>\. by the Chattanooga) .

potent argument, for dividing the State ,Madison Enterprise: Willian E
; '.in order to Increase the Influence of the Lamar: congressman irom the 'n<<,' ted leoa,,Where the Board, on of the County 6th day Commluloner: of October for A. II':: :se: :: : ...::::;" K. ft. LIBBY I ....... lh...",t.f9 BUduOrM

We.t.ln the United States Senate',' '1* Third district, has'hit upon a clevt-- cvola county, Florida, In compliance with C .U the Wai,-. !< 4'e so aarth. It
t Id petition, ordered an election to be held on - ...L j MANAGER
'found\ In a more great oo dltloll. The scheme and unless 'we are great'! turday" November 2K. A. D IVOk to decide '$eM lee any ..el I-rtrythlnf.. I keys
lelher the ale of Intoxicating llqnora. wine.beer *. family -twclvt chJUrca, sad (. j
be) dtvidtdis
c 'reason Texas must never mistaken. the scheme will work to hi ahall be prohibited In said Oaceola low year I }..In. I kept thm *. |*.4|

v r.F,1 this:. There Can be but two Idndiof Owfl political advantage as weIr f, only, and ordered notice the Clerk of said Board eleo to I,now have the largest stock: of Wines, Whiskiesand sad fcealthywJM. M doctor W aa.dIo, J
or*80 by publication ofjld
jj:. Republics; "the; confederation of the benefit of his farmer-constltuei. : dye Beers ever handled Tn "Ki*.immee. All Dra. X J. GREEN. Dkwara, La. YL Y YFRE
4ow 'rbenfor.. I,John M. Lee Clerk of the '
_ States" and the centralised. government cy throughout the district< "ronlt,Court In.aoJo the Crunty of nT"l.i: grades at prices to* suit the times. .

} .the later of which becomes 'nothing. ,in In a nutshell the plan is this: Mi .ard lie of of Florida County Coramuulonen ex-offlclo Clerk of laid

e the end but monarchy, Lamar baa invested a :considerabl' ....t,do hereby iHr notice that an election

'The United States is..drifting rapIdly amount of cash in bogs hogs of tr! .11 orlda be held, on in the County ol 0.0.<>1.., State. of ,;TTTOL'J: "A.UJbJ' .A. sPEC=.erzz'%

into a monarchical form of govfcrnment. .r7''finest Variety from the' famouVanderbllt "TURD4V. THE WTli DAY OF .JJOVKMBER. -

5 ., It is not'even now governed Blltmore ''"plagery", : A. D. 1WS. A'TRIP TO EUROPE

., by.men, It U controlled -by money.The. that is the proper term These anvance decide whether the sale of intoxicating A Xe" BSAHDSH: : Proprietor. I
beer hall be prohibited In ,
or
r II power.of the financial Interests if bogs are to, be kept by the Co". .t0orswtohe*County of o.r._*. ,-- ---.-

k, ,paramount to the power of the people gressm at his,plantation in Jeff erst- ,.n alimony whereof, I have hereunto eel
y my hand and affixed the ei of acid Board
The result wUl be 'dissolution. of. the county, and the Increase each year i __, of Couuljr CoinmlaalOnen at KlalmKAL > .

confederacy of the States or a: monarchical to be distributed in the counties of Udistrict. I' ,-I, J mee.>.1. U8.his the olli day of" October A.

''' government. I want Texas tot ., The recipient of the pit.: JOHN' V LEE..rk ca, '
of the Circuit Conrt In and for Mid Conn-
be big enough to stand alone to be must agree that he will as his supp > Oaoeola. Hlkte of Florida,Comm..... .
I' of Texas whenw risk of the Board of County _loner. .
once more the Republic Of "blooded pork" increase, par ; _

the dissolution of, the Union" shall along to a neighbor one or'a pair 0"nJtlN8TOM'D.. ; : 0.ATLANTIC AVSall FREE I Io
.. .
V"
$ oome'.. ... .- - .i ER. 'T' BUTLERA > '
.
;a ,< That is the reason snugly. for. - - .

., never. dividing. .this States"kmoatpeouliarandunu.nal' .. COAST LINERAILROAD: CO. It you would like to take j
1 A a trip to Burope;

: 8CHKDOLK irf ERECT MAY M. 1 M.STATIONS. : L.es. WINES' BRANDIES 01 I World's Fair Saratoga.]

t storyts .. 40' 83 -. . . .. .- I O u? New Torfc Cltjr err

reported from Mulberry and, 7 SO* fOSp Lv.,. ......,,. ..,iui. lamp* .. ........ .... .... Ar 7 2S V 10 S5p I vflle. without bavins to
o-f known, the'cltUens: did not Bits tip Lv........ .. ..... ...i.w..PlanttWr..1..T........;...\.......ArS40a eta S4ep WHIK'IES. :: .v::o. O !
fcj p, ara Mp Lv...........;.. .. ..........Lakelapd.a..u......... .........*r 6 >a Slip : L ; L ap any of your own enoac7
f hold snJ.nqustsnrrMze' remains the 10 45*"11 87 p Ar .. .. .... ... ..,..,...JCJ..m_ ."........ .. ..... .....Lv 4 04a 7 4j I N write the Jacksonville Me1tropolls
IP
; 1 uO M* 11.o.a Ar...;.;..... . .. Orlando..'....., .":..,,.....;...,... 5 2.a 7
: ;<"verdtet appears to have I been'sutetde.t 11 80 a'15a Ar..... ... .*.j.. ...!..?. ......?... Sanford..... ?............... ......IT1HopJia a zoa Blip : E o ; for partloulara.. N!l
." ..} .Asthe story"cotae.; to .us.. ,a ,Mr.Harriswas . Ar.....................Orange City Jnactloo.... . .. LvISOp. 126a S il a I _ CIGARS: AND TOBACCOS .
4f' Ar..l>Il.&u.. . ........................ .L Y 4 Mp '
I" driving'acros the streamtola ,* 49pr4Ma .Ar.p..H.. . .. .... ... .... 'PalaUa.' . ....'................. .LV4Mp 11 0f p SSApSTATIONS. r I
7 Ma Ar.......... >?..... ... Jacksonville....... ... .......... ....Lv 9lea lsip : I II It
.i side of Mulberry some ;time yesT'terday 4
.
sY-a
.
"""'\ ,,,when his horse, either with "aview 7' 40 Ma LVJb.; : ..,................. .........,......Tampa..............,......,....... .......: ....At 10 gape 4 :A nhebser-Bnsch. Beer t Ii
burden.he L".b.. ., L... .....,,. t-kel.nd....................... .. ...tr..n.Lv s.spS
\\l 4S1' .t.o' ridding himself.of the .. Fla Lv...t...-.n...' ;...........?.?.,..Dade Cite. ...........:.......... ...... ..,.4.v 1\ asp: A TME
bad to bear orIn a moment of Insanity 11 aOaLv.....'.....vi'--......... V.T.... BrooktTllle .....Ao..w..s.......... : 4 bop i : METROPOLli
... 11 Ma LY'4..J'......,.....i. ...:....... ...n..........bo............,......... ...'.... ... .....t.v 4sop ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED TQ
t 4 .....If horses .ever 'become Insane i lOp LY......'.....a.....j...................<. Ooala. .. .... ."e..1 .... ..r.......";........ gaupro L . CARTER .RSSEL
) I ; S Ar......;".. .*...,;;.....,..........,.. ;.. Oaleee.tlle .....,......' ...: .. Ly II Sop i !
below. :
; -plungediluto waters s 000 l/v...,...,:...,...,......_...... ' g* .,..; ....1,1 r:J...1......+..... ----.Ly115a ...". lCiisilnmee iG =
4 ,:itaeem !ob\'port.loD-oI, the-i.U- LY. ,..............................r-ar ..Linont. .. .... ......................:....-.1&ass; rrCaTdn1Y'6e> fopncf3n Broadway 1 PUBLISH --
"* S Ity LT. .... .............. .......,... ....".. ", ...:.............!-Y 8.. 4M r Street a.t the BRICK BAR BUILDINO. : JACKSONVJLLg. ,
? po
.
# Fngto the; bridge was gone and:' the 'S ZftpAr 'i.. ..,...,.y.,............. .. ..,.....Waycroa*.. .. .:'l...,..i.n4 1...... ..........Y.7 40a 0.1 0 ,

F horse, Insisted on.walking off at: this ,140'.1:. I OSp Lv ...,.,.. ..A .. ... ...STAnON".a Tampa.............7.' .. ...........Ar 10 S5pv..I... BUY THEN
,point, The driver undertook to prevent: ." So7p Lv.i.iN.........,... .. autCity..t..Ar' 4ft p.. .. N 'N
I 700i -- - ....',..., ...i........t.... Lak F .the calamity', but the horse got the bits 750a1027p'Lv..,....C-... ...,.........baruvw ................................Lv TSOpSWaLv BU.TLER
-in; Jals1.e. t.b..cd plunged madly t.o'his ...?..,17 118"1 LT,:..?,;!.. ... .: .. ... Arcadia ....,"....... ............ .. SlKp..u,.. ,
1B death. . ...,*., 1 Ma I Ar.......-:... n'...... Punta Gorda .....,........... ..Lv. 011"... .. '
.11. STATIONS. -IIS 1
/TIi.wa.ter,1:some'ten.odwelY. feet .& 20 p Lv... :;........;....J',......t..r.......Tampa... ...n., :........:........:a; ...,.Ar SOOa
b eoI' Ar.. ...\.........;...... ... .... .Thonotoeaiua .. .... ...... .. .. ... .,.... ....Lv .S9a
:,deep and ,the bridge Is, nearly that .Pally K"oept Sunday.. ---, SEWING MACHINE ;

hf ''distance from the water, ,so the' anl- 7 8O a ...,. ... ..... Tampa ArlndUne. . ..11 OOa S SOpS
____ t SO 6'pp........,.r.a.. .....Ind Lhie euPeterabnrcLv Inil Lin.i. .. ....:....'.!...J S ORa <4 Sip e f.
) .malhad, a considerable fall In its ..(./. I lOp........?.,.....*. ....,.A C L LY It. Betenburc Ar A C L.w.n..M.. -.H S SOa, ... Do not be deceived by thoas who __.;
.. ... Ssip.. .. .......j.ACLArB.llsirLyACL t. ....'. ,..,T4ia. vertliw
f downward descent.' .,.... 4Op..v..,..:'...,,/...... ......AOLArClearwaterLv A CL..L.'.,..",...... 7 )sea'' $60.00-Sewing Machine ftr.':
; f .Mr.t",Harris sawthe', danger and ....f. 4Hp..i(.............. .... A 0 LAr' Dunadln Lv A O L.-r.T.......i"?.e''*- .* T 120.00. This kind of a machine can
4s, t Jumped from the.wagon,''just. in time ,'"J... lip.-.A. 0 L Ar Tarpon RprlgnLv A CI..r.'. .............. 7 OOa...... MAYNARD' LUMBER Co. be bought from 118 or any of our ;R

111 12 / Ii 2t 111 ., dealer from 916.00 to 918.00.' :1
,'to save himself. : *- '.OIIp'lOp Ltr y.ek.oavlne'AT: S pia It SOp S flOp .000p Ly Jek.onVU1. Ar '
and 10 dip S lip JO lie Ar ,W.,_ Ly' 110& It.,.. I sop II 45,,' AI' V.i4o.4 Ly ./... we MAKE A VANIaTV.' '(:
{' The wagoq'was. quiteheavy 1111e. lOp It top.Ar Savannah 1iY. --.' 5 ''lOa I top 1000..Ar.'I1t..uri' LY.CI THE MEW HOME,'''IS.. BEST
': 'toeing tangled by the fall In the harBexspf -, IIIe: 4 top.Ar Cltar1eelOo Ly 11 aia: IIIII,. .011. .Ar Noetgom'ry LvAr . Saw and Planing MillsNow THE '
1104p ArBlrmtngham Lvr.Ass The determines
Feed
W I I mlngton Lr the strength!
f course ,the ,horse was ,,;soon 'lOp .Ar. Nashville Lv04a,
,
1 p / Ar JUehDlood v 9 pie :u.p 1250a .Ar t".n..m. Ly..04 I' .. eakneM of Sewing Machines. Tb
drowoed..A'Jt Impossible.. to rescue 11 Sop .""7 ilia'Al W..blngtoD, v 1 tile I 4IIp III' AI' Cltle.... LY 100p In operation :Complete House Bills Furnished.aYolloW Double Feed combined with otb
.
**\ llMat 'IIIaAr'8eU1..o. LY217a 2
,* ; !if/h' $ \ 4 OIS. II 22p.Ar Philadelphia JYII 4JI& It lip 6IIoa '7:20.: Ar_ 8' Loul.__ L" 8Mp I r and PtclPine Timber''' and Lumber of all Kinds. strong point makes the New Iled
fr"J' A.GoOde. who ,came in from '_7 18. I 68p Ar IC.... York L" Sp 2f>e 2 ao. .4r, J..ul..lIle I''Ly' a72ea : ,: the test, sewing, Machine Jo bur.' "r

t .S Mulberry yesterday afternoon reported 5' .* 11 15. AI'" Cloelnn.tl onlwomy.pr" Lvll1.I' S 17 pt ...t.OBD. 'J'TT'.T.EJ" :) ; O T. Write for CIRCULARS =ri'tt
Af < :
4 'at the Courier-Informant office that ? ,. 41Sp AI' lIol>lIe' ;' ..Int526p ; ,f. ,,; aebtilwo
.AI' New Orte&s LY '110.. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. mannlkotareand belbre .....
pries 1'111'0.
crowd of men were
A" .. b*passed by a ' .
.
PORT TAMPA KKYf,' WE8T-UAVAMHA '
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LJMX.JS3a
t t ) u the creek'try ingjto'get out the wagon .''. ,t.ea..Pt>t1 Tampa I ,, Thttn4aJIIIo 11'15 p'lito' ..... THE HEW,;HOIE><6YfIlIP'p1tHlllsf9i.,
harness and carcass of (he"horse.BartowCburler ArriT* .,. Prlda, 1. I!' .
u SJWp m . . .
r Eeav* K eyWestMon, ',< ? *** Caps. .,'
yt eayq Fri ,
T M It
Informant. r p m s>Union 84.! .Y. I1L Atlanta <
Arrive HavaaaaXieaTe Tpeadajr*., Saturday*. .'C 00 nvU leggy ,
r& T= .. .. HavanuaArrive ...L'...... .' 'Tn..17. .,.., .Ba'nrday*. 00 noon' fit5 Lo1lllXo.D.lI....Taa,..... FranoMeo,
r - Key Weet ;'!'o884. '
., :
Saturday S
so
m 1<
v .S p M'Fr ran SAI.B; av
,, : :N otlc$,to CreHHor*., Leer* Key Wea* Wed deM.ys Batnrdaya. 10 sap m .
4 .Arrive fort Tamps. Bandar*, .6SdplOept ' .
"** ** HOtlo*<. hereby*t.l .. to creditor, legatee .. ,. ,, . Mothers.Wbo'would ., ,
gaddldrlbnt.and all benon* barln d. ''1sTNooer 'CA. sle . .0.a I r(I
it i. !.Ddiiuaint be kwtat "( tarah! A.. savage, ''Tralniaiuhlctft'J' Ppllman al.......'between hew V I'k. Jacb nYOJllU 4' Pod Taeyal keep their' children
'xd.e.s.siL to preeenl the tame, duly authont.!. CIU..rYIee Uti'oua'lI' betw.u 6.vannabed Jveef cltJ';.d.,_h.. ....wan "aoksd.v1S. good health;'_sboul 'watch< for.the fir
aNd tW e nndartlraxl. within two ,- and mt.ahtwato.;Atllmaa slaw tr.lw 'JI za .. .
., t .pre..rll)4d b, tit w, oAerwIae the.......will,be ok..s.. Lak.oa.UT.and Chl.yo ... t,.Ioao... ;ed_ ; h.twKa. JUIuooDYII1. and "" lymptoms of worms; aDcI..mo.... tht

,.It""J'c .ereberebJ bArred,and silp.areohs Indebted toaald ei'tate I.! Coat Bandar.Unl sl..m.r.lave m., re&a.....hoWl. leers. Oordt II,.,..,M 4.fort.mar Hyen&n1riD.sod intormedlaU' landlitn m. T' dolly'as. :'- (TEST INC' POWDERS with White's Cream Vsrmlf uft-e.';It.1

"' : 1 p>.. wi sswsss '> rf"; '10) .er Weet and Hay_.-... "aye roes Tampa Ihm4aFl!!. andTtMndTn, U:. { ..... {- : the obildreni'beat t.orlto. ''It'gets dttlon
"; nil. >*.W." K*& aL ,I Through Pullman. u1..p.n b.tws a..FoteTamp.and>)wpw! ;ork yla..hotb Auaalo. iJb4bentl.umnpia.Q'nlfihlilnlmmaoa"resrdiqM O t '
R their
Fly f. .. : ,'> .... sootb.r. Batl. .. at work so 'that:: food 'IS<
........ .. d 'IbeWlolioD '' i -
J& ,4; .A.aljeetge Ike ; .. r..r.aUemsle.aUa0aa9: Ei
t"- ,- / '> 1ItIr A. ....d.ens.d. Llnuok. * I rgfAB.8 Attorney. ,w,j. ", RAI6DL.W.a.P.r.7 .. ., g.rnptll. anti :
; : strong !6q.IsU4s 1Mm:
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