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: November 6, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00097
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'HICPOCHEE CANAL ersedttbe near the Everglade interiorportion.. The of Hlcpoche the BUM tmrnntinmmtmnm' m -

DONT FAIL .: canal w..' "01 UM'''Simplest. of these ;

Ordered Opened By the, United to.oottstruot. ,Py digging a 'passage' CITYBAKERYE
from Lake Okeechobe to Lake
States .Aut orlt '
es. chee'a distance of about'fdur ; '
I 'UIcpo.I' Has Jest Received a Rae; 1Jee' .
From Ib.TtmM-Cnloa Oat n- ', the water were drained down '
fresh reservoir., It. was then E'of''Fresb. Cakes and :
To see our New Line FoHowtoK upon Instruction, issued .. ?
of Furniture -. AttorneyOeneral Knox to United little nor difficult' matter. to extend 1 f:

'Crockery and HouseTuinisliings. States. District; Attorney Stripling the. lobe canal from, that point about. six E' Chocolate Largest Stock, Snow Flake*,. ,:
I iopoohee canal,'trhloh oonneote Lake .. until Lake Flirt WM; .reached E Tarts. ; AUee aameeiUned 1"f

Okeechobee with' the' Caloosahstoheeriver which lead-Into ,the Caloosahatcbe let Cream C A N C'V B'ak'ta,,
and river,' 'Thls-oompteted an Inland ,waterway f Wafers '
by that means Inland B1itsSode'- .
waterway from KUslmmee to the therefore, ail the way to the ,0 '0'cl'k Teas, In TowPresk.. Crackers' It

Two CARLOADS Just Arrived. Gulf of.Mexico*, I. to ,be, opened up Gulf and'made a passage. ;of several E VictoriaWafers. Lunch, '
again.' hundred mile navigable front .the E ; Crackers, "f-r*

The canal wes bull twenty 'years very center of the State, A large e Chocolate Oinger. *,>".' : ,

ago by Hamilton Dlsstott for the State quantity, land surrounding Lake Cream Fresh.Bread., Cakes cr'icters,
Chairs, Board of Internal Improvement; DI... Okeecbobee wa reclaimed by the process Vanilla '. NF

Bureaus, ton having made a contract reclaim and the. two.sections were throw E Wafers, arid Pies Every Day. Fruits.NvU, moo ,.

Hatracfoj a large quantity of land around Lake Into closer contact. 'The people in thelower -
,,, of the State, however, ob E' '
Rockers Okeeobobee.v .A.a'eD.'t: fox IIteeIIa'1wwwwWuItuthtuLuwwwr' ::s.a.un:: ..
th. Increase in the waterflpwOoaea't
:'1 Of recent year, however'the people -

Iron Ifeds, living alonnr the Oaloosahatohee Respect Old.Age. +

Book, Cases river all the way from Fort Thompsonto It'*'shameful when youth falls to .. .. :

Lounges, Fort Myers' have complained that :how proper respect for old age, but 'f;
the of the, canal caused '' .
Kitchen Safes building an Dr.
Just the contrary in the case of 'jIj
excessive flow of water. Into the Ca- .
King'sNewLtfePill. mat ?
Sideboards loosahatchee. and thus r
( river brou&htabout
dies no matter how severe and irrespeotire -
'-- the frequent Inundation of their of, Dyspepsia, Jaundice.

,.:Amin. fact lands. pressure and destruction to,bear on of this crops.complaint Bringing Fever; Constipation' all yelld Pharmacy to this '
perfect Pill., 25o, at Osoeola' State Bank
J. they applied to the trustees. of the ,Internal SS ;
I Improvement Fund and obtained W. G4. T. U. NOTES.. ; 1

consent to build dam across .
I ,COP1PLFTE. liN1wDON the canal completely. blocking, It. up Good. to' Bat Ilot flood for.' 11I7 (

.' and shutting off the flow o!water. fromLake' Bartender Drlak. Offers to Customers Every Facility :
Ii'wllliuiuiiee'slmoet" '
Okeechobee and the marshes everybody '
above; when It4s said that some of the strict Consistent. with Sound Management.. (Ji'
A-NEW. STOVE ? It is this dam which by order of the _total. abstainers/are among the

4',' United States Government the people very men who put t.he'death flask .to Personal Attention ,to. All Bmsines tatrmsted' to; ,U*.., f ':l

Come' and responsible for building it mutt I tear their neighbor's llps.,,Perhaps they ,,
see Itdownallowing the waters to: dow know of what their'own liquor,made \,;: ':

the improved..,. through again in a. continuous pasage perhaps they of all men know best N. B. CARSON: ;, OA$H..>V: ; ,. \s\ "

to the Gulf of Mexico/where tho Ca; what havoc It works among those who !.p ,

loo..b..t.cbee'river and lie ,-trlbuiarlei drain Its poisonous dregs. .At any .. -.... .
Iron King nptles. into. the*Omit at Punta Rassa.. rate, the fact Is,that everywhere .this \. yh

The building of the" dam. oo.t.....* total abstinence. movement' 'among saloon <.

new patera, or ahandsome oral 'thon.and'.dollars 'and ,required men is spreading., In Chicago
: : considerable time oon.truobut.., the where there are' always from...six to 11 Ml lM* M *+t+ M +* ***f

SteelRancre. .. .1' government hat.decided that the ..ob.t.ruct.IoD eight thousand saloons, ,there isi i aBartenders ,THE
,H Is In.violation of the laws. of and Saloonkeepers Total T z

...... navigation. and the dam must 1fO.'' Abstinence. Society. President Dor' .
T l"he matter was first. brought to the gan.'who has been'connected with the ; Kissimmee, Company ;f

Our Crockery, Glassware, ;Lamps, attention ol the United States. author- business in ,Chicago for upward.of' -
ties by tb_ captain of the United it the :
thirty years, eloquent over or Is Now Business.
Rugs, Mattings and Window' Shades States engineering oorP., who then reported ganisation. "Bartender _, aDeI'' 'em:- Ready: ; r,

the matter. : .'to United States ployere, too, should be total abstainera uTB: TAKE. THIS METHOD pF INFORMING THEJPEp.1pie :

are BEAUTIES District Attorney Stripling of Jacksonville : ," be says. "If-. a man behind the 1 of Klsalmm... and contiguous territory that,we are now'",,
r and Mr., 'Stripling 'mad. bar drlnka with. one he" must '
man .
; i. When inspect- manufacturing superior quality of toe and solicit: their:patronage
i a>i I : thorough Investigation of tha-matter, drink with all; Ha must lie either atotal ,
U for the same* At a large expense. w. 'bay. equipped our. plant ,
VHARD Furniture and then reported It to Washington abstainer or ultimately; become a '
Mtjine our with
the best machinery that could buy and are'highly
: /
with the result that drunkard. I have drink
Attorney-General 1 a mon.r'
eiployed pleased with the results of ,that has ,been ,given It this, '
ask tosee.the. new Knox; Issued Instructions to have 'the; 1 since I have been in. a saloon ',
week. Wrare profoundly grateful for the encouragement so far,
/ Obstruction removed. and I never expect' to.- Fromfigure given us and shall endeavor to merit continuance of 'youfgo4, : .
Automatic '
____ Drop.a District Attorney Stripling has been J *presented was shown' that
-will and patronage by straight dealing, down w.dhtandflrat( -oIs.$
ID correspondence with the parties at I fully one-third of the* bartender bpdsaloon .
Head Sewing Machine abetaloan. goods. Tickets on sale after to-morrow. \teed eMIr: prteee wW bet .
Tort Myers and on the Caloosahatcheeriver of t
I owners Chicago are
satisfactory.!'"' Free delivery by our own wagon+ or OMit: of Mr..',J.:, 'r
whd built toe dam and yesterday I .' .In many,of .the larger saloons : :' *,*
somethingnew M. who will handle cur product:: ,
; Gardner .
SA'i be received Very respectfully; -.-
and, convenient stating that, in compliance with thtnstmctions + who drink. :
D; W. 3UMMERLIN, t+:
the work of tearing down .
March of tke le ... Pitons 101" *
Brigade : Manager.,, ,
and about the dam would --
begin at .
at once. *' .. ..
By Heist.Btboookj), .r.
1a1fthee of Now.that the point has been, raisedas Evermore,' Evermore, : M 11 n M M'. >, U1 i. . m i m 1M M Mli
price to the advantages
} ot.huiDl'Hlcpo.cbee Homes and heart sundered I. $ x
canal open,-there is apparently a, March to the Valley,of Death., l \
u peddler-s- goods.ARE' ,. llvislon of'Opinion 'among the residents Dally five hundred. ,
of the two counties which ths canal Onward the Drink BrigadeVictim. !
of legal trade
a, connects. ThOM persons who reside Into the Valley of Death .
YOU GOING' TO BUItD'A .HOUSE? oil the ..JClssbxunea'river where Daily five hundredForward 4 "
there'are 'many large Battle 4 CHANGE I IN BUSINESS--'NEW '
; ; .ranges the Drink Brlgadst 4 I FIRM.,
!iM If and orenge'grovee,. are; of. course, I* there too man dismayed?i : .
so; get our, prices 'onSash, :Doors: ; anxious that the waterway' should! ,, be Yee for a. Nation knows ,.' .' 4 :

au :Nails and :P int.A, Carload just' in.:' clear the entire distancefrom' Kisslm- Someone Useless to ha make blundered reply. : : GRAVES' & GRAVES,:;
to the .
, .. ,, mel a* t.bea1' promises toe Useless to reason why '
.. b considerable:, Increase :of traffic Their' but to drink and die tOn I' . .uoo'....O"'TO'_, . 'V"i i ''yci ;
; '
along this'route. This section ''U all to the Valley Death. ; '

. re, t ;8 above the part; where ,the canal was p.III.ehuDd 'ed. THE W!, B.1 MAKINSON* * _CCK* ,Rj's',:* ,

dug. Down. 1O'litoh" of :Lake Okeeoho Saloon to the rteht of thenv .- .. -- .,
# 0 ," .0) ... ,0.r bee; in Lee county.. -ih.-canal" Is not' Saloon to the left of them;i : :Haviug purchased the Hardware" business of the W.- 'E.:'mm "; >

\ .o much in favor for, the treason as Pitfalls unnumbered. : kinson Co. we take this method informing the public of that: -
03 t rj.: Bound bj a fierce desire
. > .p, CD.. stated above,that the residents of that. Lashed by an inward fire fact and of soliciting the same liberal patronage that has been 1;' 1

I'a .UJ <:) county long the Caloosahetohee'\ Haunted, by demons dire, : given our predecessor Our motto will be: a full 'and' 'complete ''

.t> er claim that the draining and reclami Abandoned and hungered : ,line of goods offered at live and let live' prices.' Our stock",will: '' _
'i -J.) of the lands done Stormed a) with scorn and llh&, 'embrace Hardware Builder's Supplies-Sash.. Doors. ' 'f.J' a
::> m.o.! d' ,P'4J' lug upper 1* I,at, the Little they reck for worse, Blinds,",, <
!' Q,) O) rC' acrifloe of their own.- They say that Swarming' the laws. of death *, : Pit Oils. Putty. Glassy -Guns. Ammunition Sportlns.Coodeof.all ",
\ Lake Okeeohobee, whloh to an Immense Choking at hell' hot. breath;., : kinds;tq which we will add Furniture and House Furnish 1 '
Senseless they fall In death I ings within the next month.. We wiu '' ' r +
i be
ii ;; reservoir fully thirty miles broad Inthe pleased to'have 'your ,,
i I 'ILtIk{ southern Interior, has' been low. Daily't1<* five: hunred : trade and will endeavor to merit it' by ,fair, 'dealing. courteous, ,* ,,' t.

I ; jed six feet In depth by the opening Once they could Ood invoke; :, ,treatment. ..reasonable. prices. -
: 01 the c&Dai.aad that this drop in the Ere their will power was broke; :
Felled by a traffic' stroke ,r '
J : 1
; 't like has caused ..tremendous increase Licensed by a Christian folk.. [..AT' THE .MAKINSON I I BUILDING. X'< > W.
1m the volume of water flowing ,
through Now Heaven's hope sundered :1 ,
Li In Our Store the narrow) batiks of the' Calootalatchee Back on the reeking a.1f. ( >
See .New ,. which; t.he7..uaabl.. :: to Sounds fort their dark despair 1,1;
LisT. Echoes their soul's fierce prayerDally ",- ... ,
rain off the lake and will., flood. the five hundred' II!! H
'd, ,.'. "
nrroundlng country.dThe.butlding'ofthe ,
That Fine, polished m poc 1ee. anat'' When will R mi. ooaq.Dd', . . ,) ?
Oak Suit 'of. Furni,. Who dare's the cause defend l
II part of the history of the operations Has Mercy slumbered ', '
rbe furs, Worth $60.00 of f the famous Dlsston' Company.s The: God let the march be stayed .\

,which'.we will :J:,, dlapo."ol.State had'' Immense' Four tract million,of'acre land*'* of to! Pity Call Justice the Drink to their Brigade aid, .-.-: NEW- . ,rVtABKETBASS' : ,:. ;

: Save, . the gvehundred. ,
AWAY these lands'were sold to .HamiltonDlsston -
for .$1,000,000 and ,a,'''later I STAND

oil first of January contract was made by Mr.;; Dlsston '; A Sick Day ela 0e,' "

next. Every BOcts with the trustees'of the. Internal"Imrovement I ."I was taken severely sick with kidney J... T.:: :REAVES. PROP __ .:__..
0.w Fund that be was to receive _. _._ .----- '
on trouble. I tried all sort* of medicines .- : -t ...: :_ .--- - -.' : .. .
spend or pay :
you half Of the other land of the State reclaimed ,"none ofwhlcb, relieved ,, One . ....
me. .. .
account gives by"blatlpet.Uona.::,"DI..toQJbeD I ; . .. ..,. *." .
your day I saw an ad of Eleetrie DIe; --
set about the construction'of theIgantio i your:. : '
,_ i ,you a, chance. system of canals. which travYott ,tars and determined to try thanf.:f t'Aftertaking Itircue'; nothing but 'the best, choicest. --B e(';Puof:' ,,, ?'

a-few dose I felt relieved, and and, Mutton-Hhat market: affords..' Orders""soMetted. '_.D i
: Ksiow What Yon Are->-Taki a.' 'I soon thereafter wa entirely curedand and.promptly attended to.., Free. delivery In. tower- : St'TERMI8 ;\

, When take.'Grove's .Tasteless. have not seen sick a day slttoe.' Neighbors .' 0 )'e ..,.
"Jr WI'I: .WAT Q'i\J' Chill Top1obecause you the formula, of mine have been cured. of Rheumatism "' . '. 1 "1
b lainly printed'oa every bottle ...ho.laW .- 'I ,.N..a1&1.Uv. and Kidney 1 -RI: -" \ -.. Pr :: '\" I t.. ,"
[I.i and troubles and General DedUlty.f"rThts sk. I y
that It U simply Iron Quininea : _, ,,C M : H:4 '
1* what B. F. Bass, of FremontNj C.: : : .ti' ; ,
01Z'o' \' a;, tasteless-form.' : .. No-' 'Cure yMo! wrlteOnly SOc, at '" .. -' -.. % :?
... papeola Pharmacy,
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I. a a liNT FREE.Tmlmu.. itt\
N The prOteatl"Slou'x': $', TEo True El Dorado;>> $ Wllliarn' Penn'ft Compass S tiwr -.v.-.N..1' steed sad aisle Ds-M.. ..,,",,

..JIUIt :: HOUS .eV r !'W hating Bn..m. .... .,
"5. c'iffl11! Army <'7m.. E. :Dallln, the well-known Innk.- 'Showed Instrument. WhatB.loaZ.d : MATTERS :: Bo'-ie Blood'' Balm (]I. B. B.) curetpleb5.cabby"
sculptor; who" -toe the ,. years A e An' : t1 9'. itching Kessms ;

Now ItfLjuA hteJjAme and s thor uch : 'Thnght.t.. > t.o.,.Colonizer.Some. . . -.ul. .... ...-................: sesly Blood ,
? ...- {flow* K tUM3ort& Scrofula. ..Polvn"Jlon ,I
11Ytl ,
eskk r- toSniefth&: paysjfee BoluoiMJ lobe.,.has L.JI" g .'pjy1,Jl.t[ ; ... ,] ]fali>., SwslUoct.. sumatism.' ., "
.- Ju pl' I' reeentpi! r. E1. along t 1' ,.t'tI y -\ __jlsouri 1\ f- tIC Frpvh W Otnetf. BlnMeislly! a4vis 4.-<... chixniajam'thit '

;;: the jp pst f jfeflyi i! ::' fndfhns tat : lei A ea. Iter" rwn ye r niglff. at : -nr\ttttter:\ by blending 'Doctors patent msdiolnss sad '
thriMn| >f HllitJ> frrmirljOuMana ter-- \ :4. s4iue' p Gladst In th. BO fat hi lit with atef. hot Spring fail to cure or help. Btrcngtlias .' ,1

:: tttoryr-whlch was formerly owned toy feet above tbe sea. lies in the plateau ern part of Morgan County The, lo : spoonful of flour; add to this a pint weak kilatys. DnvgUts, ll.pcr Ur>* ,
One of the: 'things which cause no the Sioux and Cherokee Indians. TJati of Bogota the LakeGoatavltn. This quacloua landlord Of tbe 'Uttle Inn lu of young peas' a, small bunch pf p r-. botU*.." To"fero.* Ht i utW 3; linwn1fr ; /.
iU" ,e.yH>f tfottbhla fitting''an army corps statue Is for the S,(. Louis Kxposltidn.whee .' Wateau lYahbptiwpa't15 be>tlVelblrt6lle > aj>ftif )(ttulm vpra! to make. the lime'' ley one,ciip of water six very small s by writing Bixjbp BALM( Co., 6$ Bahm::

Into the fleld is the I a ot""pcace) wain boulevard is the fnlBPtfUccH' iucMenially.' ( 'dropped"the parsley, then add salt, peppersod:aton
ho.Tzn iii everything .central portion the principal,cr p. This lake is being .Iris'rasdtal"ttdvtco"feat"ldc'iealsdletter: +I.
Is In apple pie order and tbe of the un drained,by a joint stock company. Information\ that :an old surveyor's I spoon fUI'of*sugar, the.yolk of'ouo Mtdloln seat at onc ., All wefk .i
: prepaid
ttnfr.rn"t 't"rnmtrYfrm! tilt t ;'H" -11.., /M , ,.... ,, : . coi ftolthnnJnt.:{ } >rPil!>!jilhltoryJwas L <-:1, a small piece of putter,. ,>llx thor Is dint ,.will tpeak cood Word:oe J 31

&.:: I ,. .. ___ ., I -- I a gentlypriaed" ,relKrof a family ..0u\tltlrJl1all\ : mrfve' hofon toast; . II:| B. whsa >;4. ft:.> ff ,J
.... .fit that vicinity: Interest in the, storywasnteiiuJfloiljwUen i. t w --r I 1 I,J ",
a +; I Z i 't w+l$'e, t A;. 4S j t i%' 1 / !! << be fur the* stated I Th C... .* Cbmra vlypgfiteofjla.s Th. fallowwoaidntbe-- who.taints be knows It all'
t t sou u"i, i that thfr "compass was one tbe'propf I 411 : vessels anti other inch a'tiuuancs it hs could ,
EoI ffrjly \jf'\ ;IJhr,1,,'iptnii.-nn<'*''that there, Utensils can be purified by rinsing; only. keep it to ,himMlf. .' ':,

was much tradition and some recorded them'well with cbsrconl powd<*r. Kub; ... ..;..."
t e\"lden..10 Pl't''l-} that It was the iden* long the teeth and ",lilug'out' the -
/ : 4 tlcal Instrument with' which the nu month 'with fine charcoal powder" ,wlll > a;
elena of tbe'(1) 'e<nt' city of Philadeliphla.wss beautify tbe former and' purify the M L
'i: '\ I II first'tmrveyed' | breath -,. '- :.. y'i

r :. k "The name of the family whlcho.Jn"tbla Putrid watwcan' be Immediately deprived ,

'- rare historical trpa.ure.;"lI8ld the'; of its bad smell by charcoal; '

i landlord, "l''II ,nickel and, they Uve(; ... few pieces of Clinrconl placed on '"An attack of la grippe left mef

tfc :.t Upon .a sinall farm 111. the, northern meat Itch, etc.. Hint are' beyInning.lo with s bad coujh. My friends said;, '
;;; y .a > six tbout ond absorb 1 had.cofliturnption.{ J tben:triedArefs
"' ; part of.Cnmdon County, miles south HpoUvWlll preserve; ; *
;ad i "' the strong :Cherry_ Pectoral, /and it
of this place. all odors. j l'h (rjV I ".' *
ii i On the following! tiny the pleasuret! .A*t ztrlet' of plow cbarcoar talvn cured-me promftly. .i ,
A;K. Handles, Nokomh,1I1.i}
a; femakenjr twice will the stomach
'rx of the botnlncnl fields were dully purify,
I c EE t I 1y d and old djff 'stlou.-American Queen.Our .

., "" You forgot to buy a bptIe -:
.. I
_# P 1 F.r..t.. .
y of.Ayers Cherry Pectoral'whenjjrour -
Furniture letter
?, E frlnss'Ti'ero, serer
_ _
r: ** lurtUu. \Who innttrlul"nro .usunlly cold first'came'on '
0 z r cool mid' nttr.ctltoa looUliiK., !. '
: i jtklll so you let it run
Home forest green, bedroom fnrnlui-"

: '' ;ta, In n style. suggesting' the nJlseionde-,, along) ; Eyen pow, with

ll :li'fiil.'v 1\ your.hard: coughing', it
; -' In iiJiliUou'to beating stuffed furniture .
LY It Is veil to Allow It to stand lout" will not-disappointyou.' ;$

:... ar f then In the .uufli'-.i! >.rt..iltUc' while| now'and. jTheres: a recQrd ,Ordxty, ', .
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For bedroomsIlornl cr1'tonncmatch.. years to fall back: on {
yg'yy ) I lug tine langtuiKO; make lr"7'cbalr ,........I .tk?lt..Yi/tip; jhta'

I Q cfm mii i H 1 o'\ ttI1'Wo +foB MLRT.z I covorlnsn.Llnncfd. on, turpentine" and vinegar! n rto all r:: A.TS.d.wUiK' ''lflt--: tmtl r*.*rth tak<>.I colI. Mtbln .

:J-e-ifc-& 41. Jk 1 In equal parts' make an admirable ......U It withm then "dull. WA t\A....1R- It."....'know a
s ate t 61 ,!>erf ec- The.statue repreeeni4! ru11-bloodedSioux with the''cohdent: .of the -Government"of ft JV furiiHnri, iidllsli. Mli: tliorougbly' : !and ....".*t."CO..towiiH.B.w.i! ,
:.bnt'the-moment tbe drums beat mounted on'one of the famous Colombia and the purpose of itsrtralnlns"oTdld "pply'vfch' ( bnr' trlft: ou.; >

battle the bottom seems to fall out Indian ponies of that tribe. The steed In Itself' rests on a r It a :house"' la' to ,be; s mutt' up moths .' -.....,...-..".. '.,

all the arrf'ngements, anij.heartburn-: ) ls>,drawn|back_on cixl t hannchea and ,basis of: quaint romance. 'It Is a. very I may IMS kept oat of thy chairs And 1
and cotupliral 'ctn -wlthodt end. 'the Indian's hand I.'raised in protest strange tale :which Mr Benjamin Taylor f'r' tf t hangings by spraying them with turpentine UA i

re are jtK'gtTm" JTitbueit.ebtarola; 'at?tbelfelureef: his scandals. Is finely modeled tbe exprpssloii of the under the title of "A Quest for Suuken HeXivy'iilecos'in'rc'rntlijpr. : to be avoided ". 8AN UIPoswpp:

(be Emperor William folly: recogi face and the, raised. hand, giving. un- i Treasure." In the average house as It is Important $5,000 ft.n.... "-. raw. {
that e&od''tooc.l'ftc1' abundance off II I I This lake* ; says Dr. Zeibn. "Is the I that they may be ;IUO1'd'and Uio dust. .FRaa c0Ire0wL't
..... ,
-- ,eo..wlftsQWdtUosatM1ANAMA
|s as necessary to tbe success of-nn I (celebrated 'El Dorado.' Here, it Is dispatched frequently' avs1NU3COLLQLMaesaa'Ml

In the field atjppd.weapons andliuelasav said, tbe Cacique of Ouatavlta was Ix>ather-covered pieces may be rOo'fl'l'fOb,1 '
Jlb'W4' r"''atWi: etmDa lI. I covered with a sticky substanceover, by a rubbing with a mixture i:

which gold dust was, strewn which composed of two pafts.of. crude oil and ,
rtao'e I golden covering constituted his vestment ono of Iwnilne.! -. ', S.- r S

a ly. 'perhopa. Is there so much at. I when making the HIII'.fft........ The I r
.Llltcntlon LPd; to the .conimlasary nrrengemente I t..rnl 'El Dorado,' it should be explained 1Ik' .d'and Caksfose.. .+

as .in the .German army : means the Gofdcn One or the WtL.LI4K. ss'a COIIP4Ss., There: |.ssooiodifference, of opinion
and the Kaiser himself takes a superf : \ Golden Man, not: the Golden' City. as Is .. as :to ,the props place to store bread )

YlBlnglatereftt tlrevsttythingtrdoa.t..* k.C commonly IIUPP Sed.-'I-' the McNeal home visited nod the IVnn and e Vs..A.groat; many housekeepers Stands for Union Metallic' t

t *. Since bread Is the staple of llfestiva i The Cacique of Quatavlta who bad compass, with Its attending paraphernalia following time honored precedent, still '

baking of it-Is one. the absolifc* \1' ) .nn'.army of 30.000 men,. used to rule carefully Inspected.The ke< p their;(broad' and Cake tnj large ., i

'.* $necessities of the commissary depart } there over; J.OOO.OOO people. instrument colIl\l.ta..of. blockof stoneware (crocks, ''fitted with covers. ,, ...... -

.: : rt.flra llIantt>ftfalFrasiaU d- f cb r.w This lake, between,, OOQO and walnut (&1.,,. about three and a half :The objection to- them Is-tbnt they are factory results..
: ) : >* + feet above the level 1 of the-sen. on,,the Inches broad and nine Inches long very heavy to )JUt, and In summer are U.If iC.. ,
t .k user on \ heels. It 'I..n auto- I r summit'of a"conical mountain, they re.Iorded hollowed Into n box. The lax*Je neatly .apt to;: Invite mould 'nnlessthey are' Ask your dealer for

.mobile bakery tb ' :'dLtulett o '" as the residence of their protecting L lined with ionic: while substance, and kept la n dry, upstairs closet. Such ARROW and NITRO CLUB
,; :depend on elthc'r."hii'I'\K''lr'' to er' ,. I bread orockn .shmild be .scaldod out I Smokeless Shot.Shells: "

.keep-np wlthh r nglntent *arolry vUllery -( r - ''' ' .;' .. ... '.. every time( they nre tilled or ns oftenas
.+ or' InfantrV to'which it lan t. : ...., ,,<'M.; .". ."." "< .. -,.".y.. ..J... ,, .'',' twJco n week. ClI.kororks need MetallicCaiMdge.
., : 1; The Union :
: ) .
ttacbed.Te'present'' 4"plct\ilre of"(hU. .. ...f.--..' ........-..- ,.:.;l-l' ; -:' ] not b<"' scalded out I1" "often.They
latest novelty.Not' tf". ....,...*" .. i'-.. :.' -.. shotiM both Ix" cold and dry when tbe .t"::': J r rT
are filled lignin amt shut up.
.:William ''Hi:"".JrnfCiWlioIWlll'SucceedEtliitiRoot r llroiid crocks are no heavy and care \ ( f1

$ so mncli. niiifeCpfiHary labor that lararv- t c:; __ t
boxM'of enamelled on thc.outsldf. -', BBDOEPORT ,
'J hav beep.! substituted for them. T merA I.
'tft . + Lrt -4 CONN.I.';
--Secretary -War : .l are. however, moro..hbJrf'tlon.t( to tilt
. ....1 ., , ':. 'j t.Tha': 1 r \ l J
;: J ;' _OTRMT'>st'nrm siotrtvmlstakabletenipbasls' . than t9'stone \\1\.1'''. Tin is apt to give ( ,
+ William' ; Uoward.afqRaetbornIn!' : 2."P I ', I a '.'<
.5 S JCladnnatlj.ObJo,; Septefnb! u\a5>A1857, : ,$o .the sculptors : kept in It., To avoid this soino bread to II

jand; was a son of Alpbonso Taft jurist Idea. Tbe- statue >bi Jo eighteen:" -' feet 1 boxo,*. ,nr ,V furulMie ',,lIh, ventilatorsThis / '
.:former Secretary Wmc.ood: ..Attorney.jpGeneral high t dries the bread Sometimes drawl, ;

of the United $tai4a. ,He'was .01... w era ypr;> cukto' nUll bread tire-flttod :In
.4-educated at Yale; whence fie was grad. An Ancient & .
storerooms. These -lined with tin
The skeleton of
complete a
;Juatedrta.ri8T8.J. ? ranking second In his to1OWk3. t
giant has been found at Holbeacb, nnd are better than anythlmt'else! 1furnished (*
In 1880 be admitted to the
*Class. was with 'linen cloths in whirl .
England; a4lttleIAneolnshide fen t wn :
1 rt1M'Otil..Ihftt<< +.IrrrRrltsbcfAlcr'Adut
the! brPRII orcllke Is wrapped securelyfrom '
ated from.the law school of that city between Lynn and Spalding, during with
''' excavations for the foundations' two contact the tin. though they
IB 'As the of
same yefar" reporter
; Jaw
are not Jmpervlous as nothing but
'Cincinnati 'commercial gained newtronerlTveryt: >one"was In perfect no
tile ne airtight:, covered! box would bet to at-
succession. condition and not a tooth was : c1OTHftq ,
Journalistic experience. ;
tacks"6f insects-
kitchen which in the t
be served as assistant prosecutor of missing. The skeleton measured seven

.....'.."O"\tIr! toNnl41tW_. ..t.Ht".W9" Jncltw Itv lengthsA urlo s city, may sointtinieMnvadf the,neatest llounc. *
tureens! of J.(mrFfIit.Qbin PJw1qt. ,keT. p..vt' ,gCheq; )\101 wlttt4rlangul lrbangj and. best protectetl' kitchens pail Miss TfUK .
judge ot.tSSolicitorGenera. 'fot: t't'bf'Ohlb w 'd*5ii LAKE: QU AT A VITA. their blessings one of which Vca "
of th..Cnitad'YI BtokelQ'tbe famous antiquary, wtoatJUolb&ach I t
"t: : iWIII \ r>yot49.Abat at I.(Showbigtbo! tunnel made by the Spaniards In their attempts to drain'I:) ls-4mmunlty from Insect. pests when ,. '!J Auu'' I I'. ,j"

t roper l precautions are! exercised.NewYork 1 !
eV a A A nltez e spC7t'W' M deity to'whom they thought It the degrees: are printed across ,one TrlDunc. > Alteia tdlklO u% sIA rhea.ssaastnnaeteatsi : >;.

." 0- "';'K 'a ,? necessary to make offerings twice a end. A heavy steel needle Is .,4t rrua.r.w

-- .. year. In consequence all the Caciques I balanced and a glass top set 'Jn --..-
... subjects assembled at the stated times, cement covers the compass. The movement rr
a with their gold offerings, and. formingin ot' tlie needle 1 Is quite limited RIcan ,oV 3.EHoL/) If You Don't.Want (i:

'1,{, 1114'It' S i 111 1 \\t.1.t.1it\ t grand -procession, advanced :with 'be seen In tbo" accompanying men* d CURLS t

11 I', 11 dl I7 4'1' , .- music to the lake. Arrived there the ory picture; tbe-swlngr beingthrough R tp ;f IN YOUR HAIR ,

2 _' {{ '.. Cacique and the principal chiefs embarked an arc of only'about forty degrees.The .......... -..,......- ..... ......l. ;j.
on the lake 1n large capoes, by compass, with the Instrumentswith \:
'H P formed In the bank and the it. such as rulers, Soft q1n&'erbreacS..o:: pint ofmoUses -
1 d steps peo- dividers etc.,
jS p h lS r+Sl ? 1N ..T:
t i 1 themselvesall bears the unmistakable ,one cupful of butter, half a cnpfol y'
I ple at the same time spread marks of age. .
w Ih{' ' 5t .. i The III' of worm water; one tablespoonful:
1 around the lake. On arriving the family possession of this
'' l U {1 AI centre of the lake the .chiefs'anointed I curious -relic has resided In Missouri soda, ,one tablespoonfurof ginger two 11(1)( :

4_ I f li tiIl,{ ,p i1n '.". 'I the Cacique and powdered him over for many,years. Among its numbers eggs and flour to make tbe consistency "

_ a, w 1 rY r , u ,, ; ,. with a profusion of gold dust hence have been some of the pioneer' Methodlsfmlnlstera o( a soft batter. BUr the soda In .the J(;,
mol s.esnntll. it foams, add the beaten
the name of EI Dorado-the Golden of the State and also ,
,; ,, '' Pne. General John McNenl, a Federal com- eggs, \the butter which has been
,1 l fk t'1'a: .. mander. aoft ned .put :not melt..dben' tbe 5- you 90 wAirr ",
X11 f l '''t. i u, 11, 8 8Il '. /
u i ,,1 I tr lANoa to Bumptious Mew.pap.r.. According to the documentary history ;.water ginger and our, Bake In sbal- Carpenters OX :JLRODPOD

There Is really no necessity' for the of the Instrument it( is claimed low pansjq a moderate oven over half (...,U. o. rft4no....
L i: New York papers to poke fun at the that William Penn and his co-worker I an how., ttib.."Uv.1.h.l.yitaep.14tIa. ti
.. personal columns of their country con. used tbe instrument' the surrey tit t Cherry Pie-Line a deep pie plate A L.a.rtaTh.p.a....u;.
Philadelphia and I a few notes with plain paste brush over with,tbe I Ufo"! I'
S temporaries. It Is quite'a, interesting were I PRICt 15 pg'r' '
given in the old document beateILIVhlt..fLiegg, fin ",luI pitted .
for the readers of the Plnevllle Pokerto i An4i Ugee r
learn through'the columns o( that Whether the ,compass is -a' genuine :cherries and sprinkle!': over three-quar-. Os!*,,",pI ....: (

valuable news medium that Peter Per. relic or not could only be determined tens of a cup of sugar; dredge: with) one A44.CARPENTBR.. A: CO.:, '
1 f r, kins is painting bis henhouse green as by comparing tbe historical data whichaccompany f f'tablespoonful'of flour or corn' starch "I.. ..; Loul8Vnle. K

It Is for the patrons of the New York it with the 'old records of .tableapdnful, of butter .dropped .
dally newspapers Informed that the eity'of' Philadelphia but the odd j:over )the tops, In, smay ,bits; wet the .t
III N I i Mrs.. V.nderbnc-baa"a new gown or form and mechanical. excellence of the :edges of the,lower cruet and put on

that Mr. Astorja. putting a new,fronton Instrument tend ,to Inspire the casual :tbe upper crust and' flute the edges
! 5-r 4 his Newport villa. The plutocracy Inspector with conadence in the''genuineness and be careful: to. make slaebes Iq tUe lII

of Plnevllle Is,, just as Important-to of its hIstory' _PhUadelpblaHecord. !upper"crust J4r! |he escape qt alf; 1 VEpRaVRU
: b I
Pineapple I'oddlne-Dutter titbread
PineTlllfr_.ti_ the jnanilonocracy of : v C+
. -j---j and line-a dub with them. Pare IC rs og r
New York 'I ;
1 f'J!., T L j:1: > : Sp.n.." Ent.rpHM. t and :ilce 'a; pineapple tblnl . Cut'fpetrfphl U t the etas i A,
q 0 A qvl.IB1lytA . The shoemakers of '
fl 5 ,A Greet Obttrady.. : : Spain; re. 'pbfln' ; YiHp.| : T
8! Circuit J'adce"ot the Sixth; 'piste been made, a Boman Catholic ,chapel, :7l"c country: editor''says: "A properly with cently''' the combined object toi.encoarage'-allnclng of .wearing out +'I ipriakle wok:. } layer 'Wanted Ai o r r.av'

'tri leoffae/ became dean and pro- dedicated to St. PetfermeriyOthe' stood. written 'obituary contains the age much(Shoe leather as'possible.- as of pineapple/ ; until ,the v dish li>'full. .

_ f r.1D .theI'w department of the bumsa remains have been( preVlonsly name. relation,'date*of.'demise and Tilred,, several dancing' ''balls They 'Dover with buttered1 bread-, pour overall tooesM."FN m.a. L. tf..ol :
{ ?OlaiitDDatJ.c.1f'l1t' time of funeral in[the .first and a up--bf'co1tt'w.ter.< Pat In "P NA.a .l..oa r
unearthed paragraph
0 & ot .on,: .the'same. s charged I ten.cents; admission. Bach' J:0;; : al.a
m'e j9balraianof ,the t Philippine should,b ,left. to a.kind admlssloattcket bears moderate oven, .cover and bake on*.

m 00 .. .' . Y'" Pro'f14eDCe.An' ,obituary, ,fashioned twenty df which entitle a coupon + hour; then remove the cover and bake ,. Qlvsi the name ef this papsr ,,
the ftwnerto '
asavsipH mmm *' after:those' ilmple-rules Ja.:calculated anew one hour Jong rv.Tb-bread, should be wrltlig te aeVsttisefs-(Atte-8) ,5
.. it-- sometimes. :'ye.i Forest* aver th rty-six-per,ceit ofRae. to jtescitm+ .the reputation for'"..adt7 pair of shoes tree. of charge' the I browned! bsforqr removing I from' the

eel Io' tadit anon. .'. total areav *OUOO.. ** ... not of/*dug number:of:dlt-- union store._ fl, 4 I IS eD.t;:! ;-.. ..' ''*'" 'r K't;, '

a 00 acre*, .Ia ethic ,,rtsttvijarefo .s. wh find Un, temptation. ;The'); cajad visiia.:._ now' have :
itU crali.of.a
thabitant : NJ4..tb.t..lJ1g1Q.
t h DIt'nJcl4e'ID r-a-crte of toresfto ;
of fire on' the bead" of the euormoas fleet of big steel trajnp aJ eta l'I
of Bnssla. = after having been converted Into gold
eat; \ cal
I la serious .
ooSn-X iKXXxXMhxD. .. rivalry with the British "
r4S I Xi -
'"" leaf,wil'' corer forty-six lochs*.,.,. .; .5
.a. I \ II .f. y' vwf
l I
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D llUDTOllW.sJn) """What can'I bet' ,"Whatean':" dot *A .tswsgr. = -
. ;. .. : ..- | oh,t" people-tbs. "* :iT-0; : ; ;
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. 'AN Ei.oauENtDi' SE T Neither'of these method. 'of coat f1.I.; : :A t- AJ9S'e" L' ,(,
.I! led be witho I pa 0 10...0'" . 1
IFEIL,,AR. ILl, .r?AlBKOOKJ.TW .J '.1 character w t to .. .'.. .',
; J a7' ; .." alone with iDe' f .. "' \ ,

' rbe Dtetjeg .1a" are itlgn Dyne W: 110. U where "we Iva I

e ; .: ''UW."' 'rewarrnl'rAddram: :.clued i. b'_ inful man4>elo ] h. ;J': it; .. ". ,
1 .r thesanctuarywhere strength: ai._ wit IDORSEPEaUNA1; U;!
-Tae Oa3Lng ur.-W1aJ' xna : .
dom -
of e to God O./ ..I.t...... 'I r. / arerneuriahed*>Jiato character for lha Jrhat dajljr atjBCra bottWi.ervi .-* HH'lPeruna'I- \

e, 1 N. Y.-Dr. Samuel Parka tb,* rJhfskal framerAmMrhen eJr pt>logetice t 'I

t Cadiftaa. pator of the Central Congre fail to halt the proud concourse of e,1 'iai.9'u ,4 i' : H, "a dv Yet 'tetlJ.islJlM wd.h
t t>onal au b.upi.d has pulpit>> for the an alien world duty ***MMaved and Dru -Co b.l i1t : ,. E
a s first tim Sunday ..lDOrni.anee Jtis J rhea lone -can turn the wondering multitudes ,C .Iul usOhio; ; 1"

1 lion congregation and hi*.retur W hosed from Eiirpne bo Y A"I'mo.large. ',from ask, thelrflrlaitlee.r:, *Nt ha and jortli makjrtbetnr* andT< "t .1'' can' e .r.fu.I.IY'Sth, \; .t I Mn. 'Sdhley.II; ,takj i*efl .' ,

. .. l () =
,r ... apoD "1'ta. Call}". of LA ;'I1. opal tbtottrqm lesa
the Fint EpUlUe to the Cbrin.r White-who heal th. WoSnds *; Bveiarorld .nn'drrttli of iiwth -=; I
j thiana llt3 "Called to be saints. Dr. Cad.m.n and would blush to give their -deeds a f l good e fecte' ;;=W: 'S'.Q HL' Y--W..8,! lft ; : '

said ia the course of a strong sermon name, are the joy and crown of the Bridegroom '
'To-day w. enter upon the fifteenth ;year. and Hia Bride.!!Tbee.wk.lay upon .DMiaAI/SCHJUSrr. ; one of tbo'terel't| ,;noble l : >e*"of the nineteenth The fact la reran*'Lid ore/come alt.pposltlo. ai>
1 I'.;, kind of our na church'lie* the honorable existence) and-work.past,,ennfemng Be- 'In themselves modest retirement the lowliest theirs duties I algaaeoT, who claim Vtfthl" \ I A e.0tyry.4(A. name that .tart..terror M';ya.>'every,'Spaniard.t : A."panof b'eXrt ftf,'*: '''ni\iiraJUml4lt3f;; ';*hlch! *e maoj people )ta."t tt.ab*s ,

..v obligation more lhsf feeditog pride, a feoly th-unseen*but'beloved-One at teas steady nerve, clear d. nndauntfcj courage.end! ,prompt deplale! I kirlBtf endorsement* to aa>ien edy''w. lvlag wayl: pubytimoniait\ ; Wr :., " r,
in living fjeeda and a root very hour the/ aalt, the leaven, tb. *
prophecy strong preaerVatloirof help otheri baa laplr4'thousand t.peopkto rafti,': 't..' N-\:
I i of confidence fathers, w that .Clod. reared'this even the ofour I''; Both these Oed'a methods cause noon of solitude the earth and fern- Approached'by a,.f rienlPeruija 'r, mtly, hi* opinion ;tat',.lte4 as to"the'efficacy of ran %ho,heretofore wonW i qot JaU. consented to *uch,p i"' 1ty.y.t: ;" ;::': ,..; I
a .' f will cf centre la,Jesus Christ. H is ;'the Hitt ont'the'slightest' b'esltaUbn1'hi jive
!His mame.nd glory .not br.alkit'in' ( our un- ra'UOul ca mmS.dd y' ; Naves tbl f
aenaleotme4letne It *o lDaDJ"tge.
before la
: if
I the midst. So this year Of'Jubilee ia tinea faibng'aunply, the Mediator of the covenant s.lrvlrUUeb'tbat.Penina boa ;
T ... and there eoft deraMena. make it a jn all its branches In'Him! the/ best' this remedy,bis ftJ. Jlt'- rq! } oh later: !of national 1 and..nUrnaWonal'reputation'har! been'willing-; glTe anao.Ulle4fand'pubW "
priceless posaearfon which our stewardship the real .wlf of men 1* revivified .and"rrn. has been nee\ln big CaSaUy e-tfs a Xarortte' remedy; ' a 'must guard and ioc....... : r> ,_ Forced. lAnd' aa appronriate HI. life i a.proprietaryremedy., .No'amount of advertlelsg:;

The* divisions of time''are arbitrary.; bat and His example: we makej! our largest Bnch''' .ndor.ement4 toJndlcatelja* >* wonderful bold-that:rerun baa e euld-haTe-aeoDBiplUbed. ocha.mult.; Pernni hdopt t''ff.i'UD': merit*.
.influential.:: January l>ia.bujt a moment'. gains ia tbe infinite, the'. ,, l: ,
pace from December 31. and yet the birth) an
,of inetanee..pMitwl a new yeah has witnessed Vnd:\moral In revelation numberless. redeemed,Wba.1 aoverninc]aad force unM this around are' Wand'; ,famoaia: !man'* AdmLhi //Schley could have ryM1gtpBr, f e spn Jfkl.givlug ti Wh7It'1'eeeIToa o'nuuiy aota'ble-aiid unique endorsement ".li .t

u A few hours sepact.Uood., Friday from brutal wben certain aspect of national *.1endorsement ito PerunaMthat l lids poaltire convlctlori that.itJi.; remedy 1* all Address:"The Peruna Drag, MTff; Oo':;;' Cobs tba., Ohio.\l or free, t rtnre" on

}aster Pay but :if veer time/how distant nllelelit n without. moral gleam when be says it 1.. ' ..... eatarrbjw V "" . .. ut. .>tt ....
are they:in noaningl.: These distinctions vioaeaten} ,, displays,ite lure* and .0"1 1wAtW e" t "oCT r .. ..
of the calendar arrest U.. Thor the unwary" how should we or A Southern TWIlt ,
breakthe\: .ru l< of our .conventionality der ourselves save by tb* I light of this command 'One" 8ofutldn.I I Mr.-nRay r'Staanard ,faker's..-lrti\:le.'

y they recall us to. our original wok and the text enjoins$ f. What-humanity .A little *!: -urn.\ht.J If.tach'wouldmIDd own affair, on'{"Thei, Great ,Mortbwet,1 ", hlc.b: Avgry 4 Company'
purpose* and.they inspire us with the: realities primarily needs is not a changed environ. High la"the eat the lIe1ll" bang; '. '
t of vision pad'i hope. ; mnt lie much. a regenerated heart. ;And each would'go hla way* I. hare been appearing,la The'Century, ''
Amid: 'the palm a fountain flung'jtL.anowl sevztltoP i wtAVf3RVji
't w' Let na bewar-of blaming our anrronnafng noticed on-our homeward voyage that ib re'd. b*no-aeedV with'all our earn,. durlg _th*, past year, ajicceedlng! : : ,hl*, i:... 'rOUN "I( ;
for eurweaknea; our.failure'to intramentally the nantes.. steamship' Cedric because of- poi,ha"-Uere." "IIQY 'MCMILLAN, 11\1.\
k'Co .
her balk work eight hours a day, <_ senor, ,on, ,.The Great ,,8outin, .
convert men and control the outrode the fierce! Atlantic. By With':' Its Impassioned unconcern, B1>IM South "-I... ... .
.!.' -r8atn .8..81111""n In."October..Lippln- which, .majEaslneuhllahed.! .
present. ia'the iatersf.. of the kind. virtue her 'increase the! proud wave A hidden bird dieonrtff ott1b' rJt << that the: ,
do... -The scant aupply of living waters j* were stayed. How many-men dread the \ i J COtta? -. .. '. ,t , '. year i ibetpre, will continue his:note* onthose.reglone *AXtV KIHXNI 01'- ,

> its too paucity often caused-by prevente.manv tie choked from eeeking pipe and it. seaof also"la life.unequal whit its to adventure the '.b.k.; because So their they: .;, :felt;your hand upon my attn s."l"l'I . .. ,SnHSISSaMIlSHHMlSHSSIlSSSSB, tlrr .1.... ,'- ., ;: ')n.occaslonal J..,,p.rto: 'MAGHINERV"ble ;, .....']

.Pastors, teacherand: workers of all terry in the harbor till death' fog cover*, *..e."lut .er a* doth a thrash' wing' '' sAt M.\> of Grammar, ? ,, appear during. 1904 in the same maga- "
t+ churches should remember that the mighty all, their work not done. : ,,"i orl.. And in Then tighten Sweet iow'.maf a.
order that
of Ood'a life and lynchiiigs ca..a V
t tide blessing find. it. may ; b..eul. as '. feature oWe.tera'tlf.; alsd The
/ ;
'way to human ,hearts "through their and justice be undefil.d end the / thing '
agencies. And the greatest church-appointed the! knave clucked out of the seat of leadership "'.k raw. kindred spirits heart'' totwft'lLeai ;"fjttle foitbalalPardon' 'u .;"yon l Western spirit of"'R' *tlee.. ea.. ,<' ;tad

:: among us is only like port on the ocean'sahore and the demaironie and the trick.* f should. 'always.. .'say;' ".111.d'Uto. ,hl.. !" Other: "chara tert Ue*.* s 1.
dependent on it (increase and for ter eea.,to defraud labor) I-+., iMoy.4rae .,'" :" __..

strength. :"' f-\ and sufficient defeat lawful must. one radicaland ( *" that,bour'.elusive; ;charm El'1 THIS 'COUPON BE 'YOUR MESSENGER "OF. .DELIVERANCEBLADIERAND vii
the-bar and step taken, and tb.cb.rek.uat.tak. -
Dredge deep \\eleanse away Jo n* than eloquence or art. .
the silt I of dally: oaresTli n,, when the it.rrtiVehnuet". offer to i ( :FQm'xrnNElr: ; ) '
text u.thll. understood and obeyed, commerce God and to society genuine sainthood. For -Clinton Scollard. 'la October Smart. ;,,; URINARY TROUBLES.tVi :

ii with the'unseen.wevld-ehall bring it. verities. I am thankful aa for the 'Ttte 'reaw ,.. _"
wealthier freights and life, which now I f..en" eolora. and >scent"*. ofa, garden .f ....., BM ....._. 1 '(.t tbJ.trtnl..4. .I*kawU < .
eeema far away and inland hll be lifted V5w'rt' A t.: Francis, a, Cromwell .. _\ 'J' .11I cured whiM .sea' >*,. ear IUd..,.
upon this resistless affluence of blessingand Wesley. 'an' Edward.; one 10YiDIt'dev. Assmen I. a aenenoe, who pNUea DoaJ'a:! ?LUa'' 1)04,_ = ww mauve It to
brought bark to Qod." i .' ; tional retirement another noliticar action It yon ate morose, moody:or depond. tb >tt Md+ I .. > i
But aainthood i. no-passive a third the flaming evangel] a fourth r -b _--. Wnv Baaim.toorinata J-
movement pro. ent if you tytve a hatyt of worrying or . back "Do.a'.RldneyI4lahlttb.hmaaand '
foundeot ; al,. sad lam palls
L'. dependent on our inaction, hesitating whenwe ; [iita'the' thongnt fruit of but the all treeof inTtheir I:, life different whose fretting ..abow'th1np.\ or "a l7'' .otherfaultwhich BwalUngotUi* nll....+ ddu t w ...____ ,frlck 'Engine- Bellera, all
alert and of I I
are shy any.effort we can dropsy rwtta 50 c..._ -had to *
laavea are for the bladera yourl elgos . lisa.; Wheat Separator
make to secure its franchise.. It absorb I healine ctf the nation. growth or wMol as.ata..v. |* a..orl. Mmof'B
t :into on*'flame of devotion alter and aacrincs. These spell across a world's program the progress, thiak persistently ot the op.polite ,TMF emend urine with '. alga. | think dt.beteaafkdust ,
"rest'words, God the' soul aadlnrnm, high. wee well ondarway the,1'
It iniiit -the full employment immortality and'
I of upon and and better obe : and honor. Time practice It until It 1* putared, tidal In |Hl. ", '+'Mi' . +II i's .t . , 7 eel and ankls eWeIIad.. I lei : *'
every capacity new by force of habit, dWbMl.g, fregt.anc,..burl wYY 110'D& Iw.
O. 8. Harden :
your ,
L . '
diences. It bids "-rise-from H the low . I ..
'. ..
yu Mtlog 'Doa II tile '-' e<< | .vf'
a pounds of' despair .and saw to says IarraUtDde.1 la Success <..;,,. .. Pills remove \\JJ&IcJaII SSi l .r't ., .' .tI ,_ .which would=Ilk. ButUn ..
e might I not have made of-Thv fair Ingratitude in those who nave i bnarfpal- - t i II r. .p .. .' >
world had I but lived Thy highest" 'Gods their desire to do better in,*', Br'aet .j 10 .0-.0....'.aeehttadfyleib'Ii pltatlo.L. J'lsnatss.i. .TaTc,,. ', r... Jamp chlm&nr. aedbtro' C, .

love and health are meet injure you In the least particular,if you' boa l sppPoatlonuatb.yo.nnotreaebtheporuonottheear.) .imineta beadaoh_*;. -BervonsBeaa.T .. I WuIIrn yet H.. trikl : nan.t\eves Ire.,:.: full aaMlth. ban*fra of*/!-J;:, i1: 1 !
readjustment 0 steadfastly refuse to allow it to stir 4 ; n..lI'bI7**' .
up *i>o vrtxa., "I. _10 .1a.a-UIr"* Lord Salisbury's. favorite advice to those Tour feeling, and to make a way-into your pare deafness, and that la by constitutional trtttd avarjUilag tore weak'Jl.r"- .'__. 1-am ..*.. PESf BTPMTED SATMILL1Qtl'' ; EARfH.Large' .
who petered hiM bout bn worldcorn.pellingdiplomary cart for angers and what i.. born t>f it. remedies. Deafness caused by an bacr gand sanoreyllal natal, ... ... ..... ,....". J'OI!' :'.Engfnea'aiid'Boilers'eupplled'promptly. '
bade.-thro J"ou asThad.-fwd anamad eondltloa the 1 ttatng .. IOCUIOAI. ADICIand.. ---r ;
"Study largermspe. enough in being penmatted mnooue . And the s*>eop of Cod's plan in: Christlike office of help- Abe Enataablan Tube. When this tube Ju -j t..t. "'IJ.N..hra. i >,,, .. . '1' ".J'. 1f+t++w1UNcfmsTtj1 . Shingle Mill;';tem-Mills..

yourlife -and mine ia wide unto the infi- ing tlTake unfortunate andthe sorrowful flamed you have a rumbling sound erlmper \ Blreular'Sawa.Sava' TU>patent paflSr. "'
"nite tender and wise and capable beyond i that gift and be glad. oat hearing, end whso.-It u purely closed ,J Steam aVMllltSiippl :
our utmost imagination. When the apostle The twinge yon feel may be a reminder' Deafnes* Is the remit,and unless 1 th*tnBammatlpa .. ,Ooyernertv Full' line Knolnef' ''
'p wrote theae word he was conscious 'of that your motives were not pure.. but were. can be taken out and this tube restored ; )**..send fotfrl. Catalogue.,
their high supremacy, and yet tney are but mixed with something which you are not to It* normal'ooudltlon;b.ar1aa1''II111
+ 4. faint reflection'of weight of' glory li.-to admit to yourself in doing the be dwtrored lorercr.. Nine eaaaa eat of tea. .
God has chosen to give perfected character after the pattern of the Muter. of which you complain ia .<;ni of Ood , condition of the mucous.ud_. ' lt4 .lu" Nr c 4.w.1 SAW .SIM.. .I I?
If we see the excellency ot.thi. calling it to tpake- this reward that you may) 'Vi'will.&alre_Oo Hundred Dollar forsny't ''NEWRIVAL"BLACKvPOWDEI I SHELLS;: : .. ..;y w
should'mean for u. the objective point have a further getting to know, ewe ot D f n (o uaed by catarrh) with H. .'5 Valve rU
where the finest energies of the soul sre what ia in yourself. A. much which profIt . not be enr d by Hall'Catarrh Oar. Rend foreltoulanfre. it'i the tborbtiKblr mOdem and sciendflo system of load ar..*lronliano r 'iatWArkan- tlia H aMkKlac

constantly I in service Xne pity of it ie that i *. you if from what is bitter and .. Ood. I y..nAOo.1olodO.O.. r. lot and the use of 'only the best materlala'.rhlch. make e Variable Feed Work ar e n:xMlld -
I. _kin ,to make the Bold by Winchester lor iOormiOT;*iMmoiry.ffBA.iiITTIMDIAI *
we are busy overmuch in tririal and immaterial best possible use Factory Loaded ".New bet.MeniMtiervpmettat1on .
of in this world and HaU'a VamtlyPUl* an the beet.xore..f Rlvalt.SbefaZtwI . ....,.uwr. Writlor milrtaaoHptTn 'e.
things and you to .
struggle in the meshes of run you pro
for / '. and more 'anlform result generally MnmTara. Maaofa' r d by viaALKil :,
tbe pared the glorious future to which yon .... .
1..d IaOM WOwKLWtoet..aalolp.a.RlpsnsTibutaat.
1 ..ul'. pace is liable to be act to aspire, then thank God for the ingratitude. )The anuflt 1'y than apy. -otber-shefe., The special paper andth.Wloche -,

perishable where noble means are you feel *o greatly of'th. hidden users of the Vnlted'Btateehave ter'patent'corrugated I head .sed', Inf making.-'**N ewRlra . .-
used for little ends." 8trenuou. life is wise .tor* of evil it shows yon In- yeonelf, and..t Increased!' in number about"aix'per !" shell giro f them strength withstand reloading.' + .:
when it. onae _pera" with God in rid cent for .
aims are correspondingly bich\ petting a year several years, fak- "
bat it was said of a noble Roman "Domi-I of It. .When this baa been done f.iI.hfvDy.aDd log the annual consumption a*' :BE SURE Tt) .GET WINcHESTEa iilAKB.Or'SHELLS."T > : : the beat. ,dypepeln\
tisn ia always bua-eet.ehinl. flies." you find that you are abl. to ere such ,, tbd paWaiof oC.snnff, iSP .edJcID. ..ttcimde, 1r
To be born '. sainU ingratitudes a smileof and calculation Jhe sargre.gate .
{ ; defeat.-the central man thought and dienot of oar a loving thus realize that what you do'content for other jvrelgit of prnches of fnoOT tlkeilast ''!'b. 0..... Baa, .114 W... ..... ...... f A 'hundred 'mimone
i '
{ Creator. Manhood sacrificed to anything U for Christ's .sake and not for other year was 18,000,000 pound.." <* eErnest'Thompson I 'Crbss'- u 'ot"'lbetXl' htreibeda'
"' lesa than the-Maker'spurpo.s is manhood motives, you have reached ar-spiritnal con.dition -- .' .tR:;ifTfX 8 SAND lOUl8IANA'i. SoM' til 'Ult.:viMMo '
which '
lost.We toe round approximating what '
may pursue petty until youare 1 rtates'"tD'" 'a ftfogl* '
high achievement and ita possibility are to be for ever when :you are following Seton 1* to contribute Pobr mint! He can't- help Jff,. '
the Lamb J> 7'.I'\"Bft".I.' ....
paralysed. H. goeth ii a aerie of articlea to the coming \
You n.tva117.k..Wbat'1..1DthMdf heaven. What.w bear- for Christ ta aa .yea* bf The Century?-which ,he Hal'tsbilious.. *. He needs'a inning'I from: a disordered''Stomach la ,
It i* spiritual health and moral much an Indication ef Ilia spirit being iau ri THE'a
.. "It ia," to quote ligniAcant thoughtfulneaa. utter aa what w*. do for Him and His can** calls ."Fable. and Wood Myth" consistIrigV2 go UWt"'pm=A"fet">l'PilI.They'act'dlrectlybti'the ; -.Unea"or: cured'by.rthetr.tak.-_. >.,:;:.

an<* of Dr. Arnold of Rugby "the inquiring It i* a great and ron..leton't""t./ 'a'number'of Qualll ,'an T*sngg.s- liter;' Ili common Uilt that .diseases,, *

love,of truth ustained by>> the" Christ I* our burden-bearer. but it ia also flee little sketches which VIII remind "'.g'HbfArtrtea' TCXA9 u front the stomach 4tptsy b-UL..... '

.. of goodness.Jtiawholesome becauae true that we are to follow Him in bearing, reader somewhat of Fables cuR biliousness: Iwwal,i.te. sorted ,U>ere, 1* *o , 1 f
he contradiction -
of sinners Aeeop'
It la holy set about and-adorned'by ] against tlupe.oe \
'. the abiding beauty of laotin_. rightly n-: of mind with 'the same spirit- H. .. '':Mr. Seton baa'the advantage: I I Want raonsUcne beard 1WLYfAT. health that: .will: .not .be]* "' t$ \

r derstood. It is practice.., not theory; consecration howed when in the ton of the wicked.- Aesop |n that he can Illustrate his own your or cared byth..ccaslonal use; of' _Iiaa t!
rreabyterisa Journal. a beaatIhIllwoW'll..rldlblackJ UeeBUCKINGHAM'S .Tabnlea. Pbyslclsus"kno Ua'eIII." ;
ttt not perfection L a'condition of i ii "- ':. ,
character and not a theological definition. -' work.. _. peak highly of them, ,All.drnggttni .
1 f .
It i the How .. Begin th* D.yi t r-- t HO TBOOBL a. 4II".m..1( .
kinship in willing *nd feeling of DYE
Thlnr-llw. B.W..ho".IINnpora.M ell them The package. to
,, spirit to the spirit of Christ who I begin day's work flvercent;; ,
waa my sore morning' Dall. Wrlr.ror new book o. Texas-sail.
the very wilt and heart of Oed in human wrhspir, wearied.'perbap annoyed by a' ; $ BVBR.IOTAI sly- '* ."- ,.. .L 9. TUUXa,( aa. .....Dallas,T..... enough for aa'ordinary.occasion../ ::and t ,
C flesh : multiplicity of trifle which "Wb.y dont the Bottle ; .,...... ,',
v ; aeenwtoo email 1 ILco, abe"tp.acl'be- 'j \. . Family ; sixty ftDu,
Because it flows it' of'the fu'nes* of t. brine great principle! >> to .bear' upon "come Qt'ot.thegreet men 'of theilfae ft -V---1 : 'CORCO a-bmiaeholdlapply for a'year'Ost.

: "God .nd 1e aooepted'' by oar belief. it ia a hem. But do-you pot thick there_would 'OD. -'of'the [CAPUDINE .
catholic bli...,'aDd there baa boon no. M a strange change wi 6Pn. she petty ; ; captain.'of. |nds-. ; F "Or'o' S Y.G'.lIt. generally gives relloC within' 'twentyilnnteau r
{, more mischievous teaching than that which I annoyaacea of ."1'f.d.7: aad in the small l ltrifla tryr'1 J. r! '. a., ,t'
: has limited it to a sect within the church/I 'thlt' all our lives, ef whatever ."1. "abeuida't'are./or"It."?'auwnedfr. .CURESee;; :.:=1 ', y-- 1.; .. '
Being unless
Moektea. not 'Henrietta '..
\i istence in ia and of, if we began each day and task with $13- ,* elects aprrm.wtcum.
you your trust acceptance I COLDS AND .WUPPE! ..
\ of the same, followed*by constant' that'old prayer: "Rise JArd, and let could be recognised a* a general or a ,, t..laMtoeoday siiven free. Tfiallraatmeat... Oilieilsiirn
\\Y'! effort to walk lav Christ' weyVa Alike for Chine', enemies be scattered Do you net :dram'taalor, er 80...011.'elae, away rue***,**.. an* X..raIdo .-.....S"w ;..N'.N.7".t. ;

k'.: tian.all who, for profess brilliant and but call bt.nlewortby'Conq.themadvoa CJhrl-. I. think there a"',woulJ victorious-..._.peaea. a qaiet-in to which oarhesrt.'and we up ,&11..'10. the* t'OC..tOLWuh .' .1'.... .to tte,, 'aM" 'a., .."....- .) _.cep 'Ilota. ass d AUaataTfta.Writ ........ o ;

thians, for bat fickle Oalatlsnst are tee much atrangann If we tarried the ington Star.. a .
rJ generous : .. '-
for asxurancA-that there i On '" ley..... r '
i!n Kphesus in her dearth of first love aa that Uchte fcu 6M1IIi Ooaas toebt.iw't'1 Sa'e't.4 "
'& for Sardia4 iaedica.. with little more Into-the trifles a. wall aa.inlo the-tonsbttwggle. '' TTTBBermnneatly Iy.e.edpeataorsNVoue.- ,, r m'l.,..... U.. a.- .T.." I
( than a mere tame to live; let none drawback .of'' oar hes.. wstahontd-have i. 1 _.... an ne em atw. _..
'tasoa and'.etol'7. :Most. of will not neaa after lint day's us..,M.Kline's Great .e tae4. to ...r7 -- t'" ... seta
from thi'divine election or.d.olar'. ua -be wtsheeb '' :...., '
: -
the boost is not for them '* have many large ooeaaioo of trial. and eonr JIBeatorer.tttrtalbotU.-.A trofeUasrro ) 4. ... tke. ......IIIII...., .II...
\\i Many shrink from this! term I'"saint'-be+, lict i in our career, and if Ood'a fighting for DrB.s.Itt' 'rr i,Ltd.,t31.1.reJa8t..PUla.,pa.*
cause it has been defamed by the charlatan us is not actual ia the small annoyance Aetioo; nay apeak loader that:werda. ., BeairorTMBoweto ,
\ and soiled by all ignoble use.- Pharisaical of hot *-sod.Bailv life,_I Olow t.utmeaey. often talks loader,thaa eithfr # I :. '. .'';
4c: sanctimoniousness and bigoted! exclusiveseas not for what it.. i* available. ,"').{allY 1 '. ,' !
fal'standards' of the real meaaure mickles make a muckls and there- are Mr*.Vtndow'a SootblntBymp for ehtldrea : 't t
11-,. and quality of sainthood have hindered snore death. in skirmishes than, JB the eljJdrentaahfew.softe.tbegamaredu.aIspamnia. o i
it* free range '" : pitched field of a great r,bottle; I Morevhrutian pal., ur.a wiD"o.Mo.20.J sottlo y
: But rightlyTtnown.: It lithe the people lose their hold 1 ef (}od. >
OVMMMr |g'lir.rYnn
f l heaven within the wheel of earthly inter- their ent of Hia presence .lId..... beaten Even the favors we do some people aN d Hal ,.Z ,w ''etiI

.; course. accordingly, by reason of'the If L'I. ene- regarded', .with suspicion! M : 1t I
"i Cardinal Newman the via that com down on them like a ckHra : w i iti ,.1

f church of his birth that she failed to pro- of gnat. on a eum1llel"'. evening, than are rto'Oar lthbMt lDodlol.D4l ever need : : 't ,.... ,...1" (.',,,,
.: u.oe sainthood and the Roman communion defeated by the shock of a sweat asmultor foe all aOMtfoBa of throat and lomn..-Wg. , ...Pal O.I.--
he declared\ was first and singular in a great temptation which calls out theiratronirUt O.Bin i.rr, Ysbur.q. lad., yet. 1CI, 1900. R ... 6a\: ., ..-.. -8ri.... '
::\ reelnat
and sends them to' their ........'te ,- b s b BW1I:
this respect. How rudely he challenged = ,+
urrw..igre ,. ,
The woman with a let of ehildraa hasn'tmuch roeg a.e..r
Anglican complacency aome of ua know, ask for help from God.-Jh. W.tIlOD. time for fad .... .. r'? llItwnee ._..,C... ...uc..Y. iIJtt.! F

Capable o( much it' was -wanting; here. D, D. ; . ..' It to r Yf ,-'k"- t tr.I ' .... HlUAlrSALEcn.JIIUI8I.;; ....
,, ..Bishops theologians, exegiate ecclesiasticaltstesroen Tae lira ........... PtnKAM :F4.DCt.Ba bra do, net sail T

y .. it could' and John did afford and butainta I was pastor of a small Western church the hand.o; /.ot the kettle. except |re.a h W :L. ,;:DoO"Ci1B
no. Bishop Ksw Kebla and purple. \ a', '
ft r my-salary-wow veryUrge.One w the
Richard William Church sufficient evidence o s' anrpanxo
ti are Saturdayafternoea! wife and t found that gone ; xi :..3 a '3S..0ES.
} to' the contrary. And I onlyquotethe : wt did net have enough money to picy! the men qn't climV! ladder e>r:, ;
cardinal to show how segregated ideals rent whfca-ws/ he next Mondayi ce n in a raond-abont way. nIl PAM1LT PAPEtf OP:MAtlOMAL'CltCULATION.' THE''lift'IT f MCTUtES! AMO'tHE' Tea eau eve frees .8 te. <..,...,. by .,.

and types. of sainthood" may mislead a fore We nU ia gayer cud asked _." iteav CHARACTERS IT HELPS TO HOLD'AtB;TTr ICAL;OF OU1 TlME$!' NB'COUirrir&UBJCRIPTION' "wealing..J..M.. ...*h* *,;.i"
mot spiritual genius: .
enly Father to ninny our need a* He hay : ; ." Tim: Maul .those . g
The Newman flung down we ; : ? .
challenge STUART'S' .11 J. .
'. ,.:f be .. -
are bound to take ua'for ourselves. No promle lornimd'Lbeabbet: ,,riQ'E :| T*been. outing ... i
nut a a> more searching queatioa thaa this eaa be of : ,caN and BUCHU fNNUAL. ,
woo OFFER .
brought to our fiftieth anniversary. How ia tbht.anb: ' lad -.-, : : t.W ofi' dd00wt'J:) .1't"
to if I needed ...
.i ofY'. It.
being I *.serer ta Mi. Maaaa of j
tills iHeal of the New Testament reo.Iind thcz- 5t
aaid to tell the sratti I do. ,.' 'Poujlag shoea .
13.1 Well RJ..n.with Kldaay, Uv.f.Kaari.Maddar I proves
by Ibis flock of God. . Ue then Mid f tha, .4IvUa,. the.yn view '. w MaaaM,a sample boMto" af kinarf* ', Hiw giih'rriliiir i 'w*' ","'*..*.eN teetb4'iap M. fla'pui t their enpariMgevey-, ? '
Hia we are whom we aerve.He rely night ha awoke at midnight aad the first : 'ilt.ma4 Book*,Mia ma*MVtkeca J th.. f-B",r at etwa with ,..78 WHI roeHvet "* :-r' t 'all other 1IIIk"hld ,

t claims ne for Hia owns elect and precjoo_. 'IU" he thought of wsa Rt. gr!eBrothr Ur,kf aalatBa, will anal a -rr.-J SAN the I.IBII ait The C oaipaBUe.*f t..*r_. ...g w..fc> :N lose.'."+ ,,' by nWl'skoA't' vl f' '
,And Puritan
beyond our eanUooe temper After thwklpg it few 'wet M oMo thU i'Adffoni BTUAJIT Eree .' t'' "'
i 1 ever a mn .. (' ,dealer evorywhe** '
and the Daum TM1dasl r4vl.gehrt e..1NewYw''D.awNe.W..
try and our dialike mystic esoteric said and i M'tCCO..5 ''' Looa
,-all the heaven of Si*plea await.'r went minntes to>aleea.* "All-rigbt'I.'d". r x"* W'Mo.. ' ,The 1/.itk'e t..p..i.e "hee'.s8..leads' etrle.1; ."". 'I 'arteomk: $ .' battem': ;*Rat: |w

I, the sweep of our faith. I abandon .Th ns tmejr TnrAe ,n*raahed .*" aa : A '/- ; I ,., K. ; _. J a.Ir plwdlo" tw.w .e.Nq .""' ''' -t'"tKl\ T.tea.*aslaa_ehr.i( 'f. '4'.i"w..wli
in the front of this gradoua calang above msaWed'aad l ended.. ... \ Jinks -r undeataatthat yon"are to chi ...... ad : = : \
r :
,' for that sanctified recklessness which led : the .'- +MCS.p.tla ,/elHr M1rgtTg' = = : '1 1n
St..Augustine: to-cry. ."Give what thou The Inaid'oa" J*.the _ore ,_& be" \ter,t1Ie.lti ot matrimony,t! at tk. Wet ...... fcc'oyory a .Bih.r el .... .*.|'y., e.o aVLL'iRNODNCSMWfl'AND'aAPtN"L"prtisa'op'esol n __.Ie t"Vklk....
24 then cosamand what taouwiH" cause'thi.'brgtbttrwa a heavysontnbstevto I.iBInks-Ye.l I've got tired of living I4J .......I.r-t.........
'eommandeat. +tsa'hts7otj .
his .wa- thprck'iean.ttertmywhile : ?. i ; 'wAwwa.-...
''r ha wonJUpejl/ with.with ,at tad" a! Jn the bachelor leryitnrv, and, guess I'll tn's''toHr iibtt'sb't1T NkfA; "s'f; : ; ""'t ......fllIIEtI'.tIN.II. ...
Two maid lives of Christian cnltpre are the tacidentale1tpeoee*., m..... get, admitted'. ',..' I ... ay '*1I"POCSLASeswtWlase.reuse etbra. ' e.a4cis
.,.. .w. .
all seek fr a ;
open-to ,u* , First w* caa never, beea a coo rtmEwU' 1A. -- -
reaewed. invigorated peraonal relattea t* alt '.-U. C. B.,-t "' a'Horao 1
) : j.iI"
God. Dstachad fr we may prove with the pure in all age Rlan&tcv' ;
that the'fro''''..,.'' of ..-__'.,life '.... not / t/ei : .
.Kia beilaaaE'
't, the atronghold, Remote, aloft and lonely have w ' t. Plantation Chill Cure Guaranteed
w is
and betterwe.
ia the source V ancreated' ?, ." ; : ...-. beeq tr w.. lI
.... '
pe. r .
d dnd second", frosiphi-mnnt tube ..l- ...... s.d f gthe.f.cadet.. .1brty

Joe .ba... Mw.,Cb.ia1..aatise&l7\ :: -w :r7evbrird 1.p"M.Je.ea
ii1l tte
.i5tt. ...tlikUuC betweesi the ricil .f thegOght 4 I I .
aad the bardea. ef, *J* day., :freeman Slarkaer To'Cure.' or money'retuntled by your' merchant; BO why not'try. It?- ffrloe.6Oo. w
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> M.atl. the ultimate annalysls, tbJ
fEaMMONtt 0. .J J concentration of all foods; theref ore :
rvaa. ..D aruy rataaT 'its' The Library Social the residence DAMN. :
I highest; form., Mew 'pr oduotio CHAS. W.
i <0jB..""fa'' Yalta r'ussette c.altGlatr land,(' consumption are the '. prellM I of Mrs. W, J. Waring'" last Saturday;

'KMSIlOIICK.DaCEULACOPItTT.rL4. .j shibboleth 'of a nation's tooonoml) night was a very pleasant affair and
J. E. POUND, t J was attended by a number Of the beet'.
PBOPKIXTOB greatness.Several'of
W/B./ HAJUUS r of the The THE SHOE MAN.-
i the journals which tak a young,people place., L ", .

... .- J. 8."D.: Editor.. hold of the wealth and power of,tb a brary was filled with many book ffl
Entered at tbe PoMoSto. IB 1D1Iat...., ria, nation made favorable notice Of thi e and the literary Inclinations of ttvyoung '
c-.uI.:; olas.wan wan r. recent auction of blooded cattle in th e j men present was'tested by tb J Ju
State 'of and hotels. Fo r avidity with which they- delved into Offering Goods.
1 oranges of New Fall :
.a'b.erllers'MV wilt|vwr plMM rvHHBBHjswa notify- tt olftoa I Instance. the country'Gentleman said: their depths .and.the cheerfulness with l ,
d 1 ooaMaaateatkMi* o-et Iron oor aotboi of the Z. C. Cbamblls.I which they paid-fines, for keeping them .
".d oorreepondenu Boat &>>a Pad br>> th e Shorthorns
writer. and Hreetords at Ocali. over, time. The young hostess-was al. . .
'. B Je<*ed matter will aotbe returned unles' Fla.,:on the 10th was a new and greaevent L her best and If anything was Deeded .- '

: ..Uedf.The*d r.liar Is sol rwponilbl>> for opinions!. for that.'place; 110 anlmaltbrou.rht. : to make: for her a reputation u-an en 'i BOYS' CLOTHING.t '
pnw.d by>> oorn.pood.nts.Adv.twng B7,640T-average, 68.60.. 1 *N.,1<
ratM way M laM OB application.S0B8CKIFTION marks! an era in the raising of 1m. tertainer this social supplied the< S
proved Ilvestoclrin-Florlda.; want, as the. occasion Is spoken of ai. Nothing :'conduces to a" J""

: RATS,. Thousands of Northern beef cattle,,I a moo},pleasint one by'those present. boys appearance 'and to f & 1tJ
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.OOP7 py.onr..e, ilx!mootJu....v.On ,rv.a..,?.?.....a.........I never over flue, are ferried every zeal M Japanese Sugar Care: his self-respect andthro'',, If .
9A.OoprtbrNwoaW.u.t. ..;......,,..: t6 the wort 'I these to the moulding of '
over ocean to England I On and "after November 2nd, the undersigned T u6 S
*7&' head. 'The the charactlr of the fu >> >>
1603. from to 90. a Texas I will furnish Japanese SugarCane jre O'T*
Friday, 'November. ., halfblooded shipped from Pensacoh. for fall and winter planting. i. man than to keep him neat- ...-

., ,. to South. Africa, clued as rang I Parties wanting seed will state acreage .dressed. His clothing >> % Ir)"' ,'
t1otto.' .: ., cattle, are valued at $25.,, A herd oi wanted when price will be given. t need not be expensive, btit 4ewit; : = 0 -

A meeting of the Democratic 'Exec Florida ranger,' pure scrubs, purchased -, OCU-10-lm LEWIS. Orlando M. CLEAVER, Florlds. .... 'neat and in the prevailing = 1l

utive Committee. of Osceola County, a few days ago for the Havanamorket. , styles:. .We have a nice I *iliiti !
"- Florida hereby called to meet at .., touched high water mark ,al i The Lost Ticket:: Fou.d. line of. ,these goods and' -as
. the 'Court House in Klsslmmee Fla., 14.80.. We are growing"a little for Sunday last Mr. D.: J. Lanlerr who would like you to see them. 'S S -> 0..:14.. i '
,,, probably lives at Whittier this read While' last : 1.00 .4'; . G) ..
these would they
at 2 P. M, on Friday, November 13, ent., years ago,, county v, .;I.K :1 t, '... .::
1903,'for..the purpose of transacting haTe sold for .12 a bead.: In the Valley' Gazette of last week the : j values only' 76c; $3.50 :.:r U = Q.-
business before the Our'cattle now are 'no clterlon of notice of the auction 'of the buggy - value only $2.98. :
'such as oome
may ,, ,
." Committee.. A E BKARDKN, our possibilities. A whitehalred which a number of 'Klsslmmee merchants .,.,. >> >> 1

Chairman Not-then farmer who came to' FlorIda bad; Issued tickets of one chance SHOES [
t.b.1903. ; '
.;;"4JNov laughed when be first saw our each at, the drawing for which took M'l ?!. ; = .t'

: .M.,.. of Bontb Florida Preabyjtery. diminutive- oruba. .-loaded with 'prelosterous place early In September. Mr. LaDler I for everybody"';; 0 a 1.. ,=

'. ., ,1.v .. horns; but he said they knew he held the lucky number, 2941. .1 {\ from the tiniestto O 0 u3W i

South Florida. Presbytery'f. .hereby were equal 'to'''the '"woods cattle" but he did not' know that the'bae rohanU I the largest u

called to. meet at Barlow od Nov. IB, which he nightly yarded from' the did not'know Iv- they supposing, after I "Dorothy Dodd"is ,

;/,1003 at 10:00: A. M, for the purpose of wolves, about- 1810' in. the valley of advertising. and the lapse of time I our specialty' : WE SELL HATS "
J 'considering the request of Rev F. O.Ralley the Ohio, that it had been destroyed, and "(.b. a ladies shoe- .

: for the dissolution of his pasral Breed pedigree blood is greater lug to do the right thing towards their. I Our fall and win 'ALSO. -

relation with Klsslmmee Presby- ban- feed, ;though It 'cannot longalntain'itseif customers. decided to' sell the buggy I ter line will be No big stock of them but. (( _I1 _._ !

|I;tenon church ,and Ibis"acceptance of without. generous feed. and donate the proceeds to the.cemetery j sure to please. a'well selected line of the [

|;;a call to the church at Bartow; and to The Florida has gusts of wind blow fund. That notice caused Mr. I Price $:5.00 per most serviceable shapes .

t.&ke.U lleCMiar7' action pertalninjr under him and his flesh !..'liber..U, Lanier to. come to town. He arrived I '4 pair'and there's I sizes colors and styles we

.thereto.[ Fraternally, nterstreaked with cartilage, becausehe Tuesday a day after the sale was advertised I IIt. I. none better. could find for the money :'

1..s F. O. RAILKY has no blood no breed IDa'. He to be made, but fortunately We also have a for them. We invite

TKov. 8th. 1903. ,.Moderator.Clearwater runs to excess In, horn and gristle! had' been postponed In order to ..I. I nice line of your inspection of our .

but Is deficient in those parts- whenceare ow.some onset Bassenger who heldA cheaper good stock and will appreciate .

l will,, hold a. political procured the choicest. outs': Nature I..J'II'8'I'! number of tickets to. return f In all styles. your patronage. Drop into '

vrally next Saturday at'which' all the made him for selfpreservationand home and look.through them. If Mr. I see us when in town. t

candidates;: for State offloeiwlll:. be defense. The horns and the gristleare Lanier bad been uneasy |lest be had ja

"present.l .- useless to him when he stands all lost. his prize that feeling was: dispelled I a
uigbt shivering in a winter rain. when be went to Dann's Shoe Store; Come to us for Shoes of any kind.

| "Of course money talks, but there aresome H.OO..DOthlog.. As long as the government where be (Ihad been-given the ticket.,. I II. ---------.0.==--_ II "1
people who. are never on speakIng showed It and told the circum "
g and the State of Florida give was '
> terms with it when It comes to. pay. free he solves stances. Mr. Lanier is a worthy cltl-.
wiregrass successfully .
|'"tog' their. subscription. .. that puzcle: old as the world-how- to sea and we are glad to be able to :record I I See our 5C Counter-Bargains. ;

,,. FConsldering the easy verdict, Till- make something out of nothing. Turn his good-fortune, which seemedto 1 ....... ,..... ,..... ,. ,....... ,..... ....... ,..... ...... ,...... """" :
>!,man must feel disgusted over the'ex- the throughbred 'on the wiregrass have been preserved for him by s .. ,

j "to which be went in his defense.Burlington'Ha I i range and In two months he will go chain of circumstances that do not. often I

'', : wkeye. to.. the boneyard. occur. iJ

.. Now, look at this other picture.
CoL Freak Fish and O".t..... -
J. Hamilton. "the .
Glllesple, .
Henry Stewart, a well-known livestock -
i>lflng<<'Mayor of, ,Sarasota: ..," is or : authority. cites.the case of a Fresh S&t.llrdal.-oY.t.e..fter Fish .Tuesdays,. Thursdaysand Oct. 1. OOIMIIEj: :::: ANA SEE ':t r

gaolxing a Country Club, and to that blooded c..11 'which, at. the end of Leave orders at the bottling works.:
:end has sent out circulars to. the devo- twelve month., weighed on foot 1.200 CHAS. BASS. OUR NEW LINE OF FALL :1
of the royal and- ancient pounds, dressed 902 pound., and had :
i game,
748 pounds of actual salable meat and B...llf.1 Clear Sklea.Herbine .
;JOI1clt.1nI'' .membership.The.. headQuarters 154 pounds of tallow. Another fed
.. of the Club Is to be at Sara with one-weighed 100., pounds exerts a direct influence on Dry GoodS Clothing !

'tar.' and'!'The Colonel" proposes to. when a month old and at the end of the-bowels, liver and kidneys, purifyng '

lab the grounds((100 acres. ) for anHt'tttnual the year had galned-MMO pounds, or and strengthening these organs,, !
over three pounds a day live weight. and maintaining them In. a normal '
rent of a "box of Haskell's. Times Union. ; i ii '
to :: condition of health thus. removingcommon a AND NOTIONS.ATzI ii

.The Carnival at Jacksonville,, this Obvernor.Jennings has incurred the cause of yellow, 'mothy, i i i

: has been the "birgest" thing'of displeasure of several democrats: la greasy skin, and more or less, pimples, .. ,. -...-.--/--..--.-..--. lT ,
i kind' ,ever attempted. In the State, this county by his appointment of a i blotches'and .blackheads. GOo at all '1' ;. :
tts-soooess demonstrates just what. .
Supervisor of Registration before any ruggists.
ii people can do when they work I to- jl
action by the party or Its representatives
'la unison for the oommon good. HEARST CLUB HUD AT WORK.
the County,.Executive': Commit -
Ill* has made good her word tee, could .be had It will be remembered Will Flood Florida With Campaign Formula tells the story : ia
furnish the beat season of amuse- .
that the) appointment was mad Literature.The ...
at the State has ever experienced on Thursday of last week It is stated First Hearst Club of>f Florida Grove's Chronic Chill Cure
igod will..p.a .ew..rd.for. the,entertain
: that on.the day previous he wired has gone to work In- dead earnest' In

;. ...I.. .....a.a'thousand,ways.Per .' the committee that he, would appoint behalf of the' distinguished Democratfor Mot a patent medicine t i a thin tpMtotnrt HijiiH. at. plaaaaat Mtter taste, made at

The Myers Press,, has distin-- whoever might be a primary president. The headquartersof Fluid'Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid "Extract POPLAR BARK '.
election the organization In the Everett
but made the
ube, Itself by its recent, special, or appointment
ftUroad/ Edition," which is without without waiting further.. \Ve do not Hotel are now opening.and! the State. Fluid Extract: BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK

tr ubt the very best we've'seen, fromeountry ..,.authoritatively:: but the_presumption will be flooded with campalgh litera Fluid Extract: DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLAIt \ (

office. "It, was well edited is that the Governor did not
: ture.The Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't. Cure.
t the;; resources' of that territory know the status here when he wired, following letter was today sent ..i

lied In a manner highly creditableiblte and that the 'appointment. was madeIn Out to the editor of the all the. Florida TEe Best General Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Price, SOc. .

i the paper.was handsomely em- order to. fill tbe office so that the newspapers:. j
IIabe4.b7.half tone cuts worked upperfection. officer might qualify in time to. discharge Dear Sir-On' behalf of the FIr.t.He.1'a' . - :a
.' ,Bra Isaacs has Just the functions of his office nearessary Club.;.of Florida, I address

U..i for.;congratulations, both upon for the election which had been you lA the interest. of the P.ToCa1OnW1'Tt 'i

_I I i editorial and mechanical work,; ofedteton. 'Balled for the 28th last.It Of Hon.William
for the office of President
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'1. .." has not been rally knownbhat States, which is the c..ndld&OI'1 '' >h LaXdtiVO, BrOmO} Quinine Ta let.y: ISsv !

HooF, I* Bees of Ldve,, pak, has the Everglades of Florida have formation of this club. "
(!) X> bOX. Im ,
inMntionedby bis friend ,.errs\ been opened to-settlers but such' tithe It Is useless to detail. MmkmlKiMSoMliia. .stl3lDOBba. ThIs 'a Datore, .> i V -t- > sacs .J.r:

',person to. repsesent this D a- case. The ,Government Land good qualities and eminent fitness of ---": Ji i1,

IDt' In Congress, >"Therefs adt'"a"be.? Office has only recently: thrown this the gentleman: 'for the position; for .L L.
r qualified man In the district fortheiltioo. large tractof. land open'to. those who there can be no'man, woman or-1 child '++<- *<* .t. iiii in i , . .. .. I' -1114 l--It+ .1+++++ Georgia 2onthern & Florida Is the peer c of any inpragiee' desire to settle there and Improve 'It In this land who Is not familiar with T ff

of' the law. 'a forcible and reclaim: it to. civilisation.. Lake his character therefore we merelyask Semi Tropical rseries, F 9.LLWAY {:
.4 .boTe'all j'
,i &D' honest, I
Okeechobee receive "UWANKB. .
gentleman, whose the' drainage pf : that.IOU- lend Influence and thatof RIVER ROUT**
sym- :
i are at all times with the mass- all Central. Florida. It is bordered your paper to the end that a delegation Orlando, florida. SCHEDULES IM EFFECT JUNE 88. 1001. .

rMINeW. an, with any class of with vast, morasses which extend -pledged ,'la his nomination. rDlxle
lfrpI....... ,.< "' . '"" southward for sixty or seventy 'miles be sent to. the Ne National Democratic If you intend planting any! Fruit: Trees this fall send .me list AMpm rlyer Quick. < SUpw .;'

', and Is cal ed ,the Everglades.' This Convention from this State. of your wants and I can save you money or Orange, Peach .and Ly Jacksonville| .... 760pm 7 Ula.'f.''
uweaueecounty has richestIn Ar Valdosta. 1..f
the tract,"covering something like thousand club Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. .. :::::::::: 1106pm 1100am .
fItni the ,S........ Superlntend- a The through a delegation, tendered ArTllujn ...... .... ntimta 11wpm a
3 says ha has only one In. square miles, which the foot ofwhite an' Invitation to. Mr. Hurst on 'AA/ Ar.CoMel..AL aY 146 a m _"--ill"m ..:".'(,
M i home and, has not never ::OZ593, '-' R. SPEIR. At Amerlcu..r... THam J
averas man may be said to have the oocasslon of his. visit to. Atlanta'last : Cohlmbu. ... ... 108pmWi t 1"
_ ,: aoh f the farm two in since February..the estabk penetrated although small portions week to be our guest at the bar.: .. t I I I <'*''M"M 1 M-M" "IM.of tit M tl.I H-H"f'H--M-M-4-I-4-.I .|.*JI At MODtjom.I'asa . 1226pm..... .. m- .fjV. \'
i any county In Florida. which have.been visited at .the rI.Ie'of' fifeMnd beoue to. be given' in his honor be-I j: M. WiliLSON Arifseon.......,..? 14Osm 410pmAtAn ,:.,0.{

i only one pauper .... would like: to. limb. is now to. be partially tween t.helat. and 16th: of' December I J. JR.,, ,_ I Georat.. ....IL. .IL. .. ..... I,H
r from then. Suwannes Democrat drained and parcelled out into ''smalfarms. the same to. be 'held in Jacksonville.It ( ROTARY PUBLIC... j lr l- J. W THOMPSON, or.A. 1 >spm - -titr"

irother.Sherwood's seal for a good .Tropical Sun. .Is our,desire to make this,event ( STATS AT LAKGK. J At.AUanta.4rVolumbn............. 'Olam 77bam T45.. "- j
leads him Into 'an ''error la the .> I ArBtrmingbans..r..ltlopm "..::::: Y .
one of State prominence, that Real Estate Agent. Funeral : '.
every .....
..-eDCe'abo.. Suwannee', M .' Embalmer.Kllsletixnmee pMempb. ... 106pm ... ......
as' .
? Beat.Uaisseat sirs Earth.. citizen who can pooslbly attend *111 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA.A II.a.a n. La !.>IJ
I la tt./'riob'" line M all when. her : ArM..rl.tta.......... til am tl '
f 'b ),f. be doubly 'welcome and also have pm
'GreenU.Tex Ar
; :: McHany; Cbattanooc...... .
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'' Love Letter. J 55 p m
t&rria'ta'CIOIDpand t.o'. >Osceola'si ; Nubvlll.., ....... '.mt.
wrl....,- NOT 2d, 1900: "I had rheumatism the opportunity of personally meeting '. PJ.a. ILL.CilKT. .. 'Mpm. 40am
i revenue. from Ososola's poor farm last winterwas down in bedsix' ,, this.; distinguished American. Would no.Interest. you if, you'relooking' Ar 8 Lollt......... 'OB aID ta4BMltO
i present year will .be between five 1 desire for guaranteed Salve for ArChicago..,...... U team _
I : weeks; tried everything, but got no .If you to comply with .our a L.AN.a.a.
I six thousand dollars, and so ,far relief till a friend request, any literature you may need Sores, Burns or Piles.,, Otto Dodd of AI'Loalnt1l .m 1lbpm I t" ,
a of Bai.lard'
gave part "
is for publication or-Information on the Ponder Mo., writes: t suffered withan ArClnclnnai. 710sm 406pm
i kaow there. not a single indli'fn ,
I I parson' th.count at'the . Snow Onlment. I used It, and subject,'please address the undersigned ugly sore for a year, but a box ofBucklen' Arabicago.c a a.s!...:...:.....- tCl.1II -..... \ .-
tot I Jkwo more ,bottles. 'n' cured me room Arnica Salve cured me. It'sthe ,
_ at Nj'Evereu building
f being eared for < d Solid trains from J&ck ODTll 1.| t 0 U oon. .1"
_ ,by I std>I. haven't felt .any rheumatism Jacksonville! Fla. best Salve on earth. 25o at Osceola Tratn.from Pmittk oemD" at vslda.ts with
I t espeurs.0aoaols, first,' Bro. Pharmacy. %: ''nn north from JukiooTlU. '. "
.' I tinea ;,I can reoommaad 'Snow Unlnoit Wishing ,you success, I have the Local aleepen" Dlxi riT.r* .
,than. .Suwannee.. secoud; 'onCbronicleV to be the best liniment '' con NlDlLlnlnlf.ta depot until 1-M a.m. ;
I honor
on; earth .
-.U' : to be, my dear 'sir, yours :respectfully. Wor.! Destroyer.'White's vml! "S'St9? ai PlofC'r-fromiM _
.or 'rehutnatlsnx. For. rheumatic >!;
1 ., above rout without r
Cream not obaDI. of ..
Vermifuge, only can eD Dlxte
Thor trato also Pullman's '
'Im'.:; ; 'NOT ._eft, clatic or neuralgic pains' rub' In Balard'sBnotT'Unlment .s. J,.TRIPLnrr'Secretary; :. tills the worma.'but removes the slime without fne.t, some'Train. Lo Cht..., \ _,":'

Los11s'e.':,Boston "; Ia 'Iou' will not WB l B **i W BW ID' which' they build''their: ..,lt Pot' sohedu1,1'southbound. sad oIher lutes;. v '\\"
offer long, but will be gratified ,wlUi The Valley Gasette Is' prepared ii. maIon add,... ' -,. 7$
WM fIoII..UIIU.uau"Jp.; : ,: .-., speed U4 effective cure.+ t5c, boo all kinds of Job Work in .an up-to-. bangs, quickly, a health oondition. of J. U., ".I' WIor' .'/:

of JDIU leal'.t.lenod.,, dria# ;' .ad,,tl.OO at_all.druggists,, : late mannerjon. .. short. notice.;. the body,; here, worms .cannot,,ejdstZCoalall ; ';' :,: -. .DlIVIct.p..qtP lpweekrou BWnj. .tl..,

II 4 ., \: druggists..r.w..I' ". .. . O... knob..; ,
a.Mr,'V" r'.rp 4;.t,r;I ,.p::n 1-. :.J". '..'..r. .- \,...'"t-"- .t. 'J' .,1,rx.44'4 :t. '. -.... '!'\. "- :- 101't S :.ALS.,!ity'rTAlj/ORp' Hr f f'r' t-, 'Chaual' .P..s ngs,Iswl. .;Ksaos,.Qa b

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KISSS Valleu Gazette .rjb047-busy.' 'Foa MNEs.rT'Op.rlrg.t.; I Notice Jor : I for Tax ;
Wade ;SALB.-Three 'Broadway lots AppHcatibn : Tax 'q.otice'of'Apphclltlon: : ,
TILPP10Na ':to! H: Dt: Tbo the tuner Orligdo.v *V f '.a with building?: ,, W.QO per On P'riday'sc4' Saturday-Nov., 0, Deed Under'' Section: S of Deed,under; Section ,8 of,
v. a'"on'l omoe ; and 7-Mrs. bba.nc1IeI''wW, hold : "Jof
'!No.,41-t. 'pho t ,js month. Price S860.00. 1 :Chapter, ,ChapterVSdS,' J-*ws'
BLItUIED, EVERY! .y&IDAY>> ., The ,-J.. M.- WliisoM, Jr., Fall and 'Winter .14Illa rJ 'Opening.All .:' Florida. ill? ,I of FlorwtiuTno3, .. "

1 A ax HA11lIIN. ;. hoW'1p orange packers are keeplog Ute Marshal McPhalter has purchased'a : the latest creations" In Millinery If oilo* I*htobr.Id.v.n lltat OWMT- .BUM., "i>..- ' Hellos*' r '
POUND these nights ,ln order to keep up lot'from the will be on.exhlbltlon, and ,the ladies ebiwr of Tau CwtMiMMB WOo MM, ....'. ndllbn. obaMr of nI,tG
," with the rush;, Hart estate, southwestfrom d.... lbs Ul day ol Jans,A. D. 1BMI. bu 11M 4.,01". .. D I I .I
..OTO"Y.III'IIOD. : the V.. G. "office and will, erecy, a from both town and country'are ..cor fltadMUit cwrtlfloMM, mf ortDra .... .5 0 08.. aItCI _
,,:o"'U"oH ,P.. A. Vans Agnew made dially Jnvlted to call &.lad. inspect,, her mad cppllotlOB for tax 4..d to IMU. In no.eorduip lOr tax II..b/_ .. n .-.. : .
a ,trip to cottage It.Rev "wttk la. Said .rtiiost..mbnes.
: upon *
'OWI7UB.-PMaahlD,I each Bab Orlatadd* stock,,and oftowlnc .....,. : r 1-
on professional get price.Sent U> ( bed Drop rty JtW t d Is0.0.ot.Count _gI ;
,11 ..DL a84' o.olock.M 7 Prayer me.tlnTbaredN 8ablNl&ll' business ,..T.. J, Reaves has given the contract J\.......... _1'1- tij./ .
even/ne p. m. Mondays. .to. E us YOU! Job Printing. All SMCIon 4, TTp W B R W K-C.rUflo$TPo. Lot.1r.L..od "' provstreu 0.'.AcItio: #Y
A erection of!
D Barnes for the ,
gy68uDds7mots I x 1 JIOut .
:,. btL1.. PIMcr.e '' 0 Nwv(- Nf of'a l( eo : Uoa to U. Town of mat.5 -' J'
{ Fri.r. Putor_I Headquarters for Sporting Goods, a handsome cottage on his lot; west 01, Sheriff Prevatt and Messrs Byrdand T'p RM lC0. ." So.. 1116: N iTlia sated land botiu. aa..sS.M the 4aM 'e.
cavtoOB-o. i'm. anal l .t. Graves & Graves'. WWW' diction 10 TP as S, B SOCcrUflc.U the iMoanot o)snob oarUfleats. ;In tha masts orf
hlursvr7 eundatu. .... Po m. the residence of, A'.E Bearden. Rivers are deer hunting; on'Ocean Mo. I3MTh : / GIfFord Ca.b,. '
.. tn tlnf it. m. Bundyt ltd .' .
porl.s Old laid
"PeI'I 20ope being ratuad at th 'd t of Unlmaaald oarUllaMa shall.Vaaooordlocto redeemed
a. m. .rr..r matting" every. ThanVim. r hundred at the The young people' will'hold servicesat Pratrte this week ,, th.e |MDIHW notRsuch o itlfloi>t In \ of< 1w, tat deal "will ).... sr.f'
?, 7 Vtaltunalwa7e welcome.JOHN'S I Valley a..aetteomce, '' .... Coo Wnlmi Wd art on oo lbs t rd day of Movaml A. D. Its*. .
FST Kwsoovat. CWWSHOavId D.kldd the Baptist. Church Sunday nightto Howard Rallev, 'a S. F. 'M:. I. ca .*M shill be r.d_..t bimrdluc: to Uw" tax Wltse..w fflolalslsnaj..r.aadsaalthtitksmf ,
1t.otor.- rarvkws on the second Ban- J. W. Thompson left lastntght. for which the public 1s Invited The det spending a few day with his parents dial "will tune. thvraoo oa ib.Sl.( day of Ooiobr. tend,dqr of October A 1) 1....., t'r'
LttR .
D. -
month Mornln a" ai 10M A. 1908.N'Itue.
I'eWk. "... l... sarvloa at 7:80 rrlp o'olock.Pa.nvtl.IACausos.DIHn. . Jacksonville. to attend gala week.Mi. I Holy Bible will be the subject.. ,An interestingprngram'has here. !: .. my offlolai; .....akue and;//Ma' tutu I.I.Lj, ) Clark Circa jot Court' .
I 1.dqof Ootober,... D 1-. Oeaol County,, Florida.
bonhipin and Mrs W been arranged.Then ?
I .
; T.
Ellis'and'chil ". '
'Mrs JNOM t.n BrjWK JOHNSTON, . '
Irarr lint Sunday and third Sunday In aaeh. .. C. B. Earnest Sr., Dd.A fHAt .
>D h. Morning sarvloa at m.. "., EnD' dren were.'lUDonll'those who attended i will 'be oysters cream 'and ) Ooth County F ooddL It

I.45.. tarvioa. at E.7:00......p.o..1 m. ete Sunday: .School. Prs atnThu'ndav the. .Carnival Jacksonville this week. i cake served Saturday, Nov. . this' "pall of'UnUi'Monda sadness was .thrown over ..>W. K.'O .STON., D,O / -- .

.bod. la moateordlally avanlnc fnTll st 7-.OO l:to a'tend n.thug:it-: C. W. Grlffla, was a facksonvllle I the Rest Room by the W, C..T:11iadies. a ooma telegram from
,.- r. o. KAILST .ruu>r. thU..wetk. Charley 'went on: We hope all will remember this Professioflal .Cards.;
then In : ; )
[ .B, Overstreet. Nashville Tenn., )
ALaS DAvloloa. 81111\,01' business" but he saw the sightsaUe andglve us the preference on th..d..y.
'' j J*** -l! ?!HHifL- ! samee.". I W.'O. T. I/ SBORBTAKY, where she had gone a few days previous ......'ee eeNe.iMe'4F a Y **,'

WeetBer .n I to' be with her mother,stating that .,
Ana.el of f leUl'l'aBPau"aw'i.1 Report.TBOBSBAV'JtVBJfUie Xlllltll. rived New lot. of Picture Moulding Just ar The n'e.D..v:1d'D.: Kldd will hold the latter had died, at ten o'clock of r ] THE E! Ale E .. 1 r A.VANS.AGNEW; : 4 ,.
.at Thompson's.W. service In the Episcopal -whurcb on p ,
NOT. Si: 1t101.. i that morning and that the remains _
L. Van Duzor lias purchased the i Sunday: ''Dext. Morning service 'at would be brought here for internment I I ATToj mr AT .L"AW.' ....,... I ,

M.u. .tan.. R1s 14der Cannon property On .Broadway, one 1 10.30 o'clock.' Evening service at News other death was not unexpected -' I AN*' NOTARY' PUBLIC"I I''';

- of the most valuable properties' In the i 7,30 o'clock.: as she 'was. quite aged and hadbeen ]: FRAtJDSIN:( [ KIbSIMMEE., ,, FLA, .

......AM. so M' .ho .1'" City. n -FronTlthe tenth of Ootojber to the In a low state of health. for .v4 '
... ... elnda + *
%... III
a... ,n..., III 611, "..;} Every dollar you pay Oulqe A; Brat- night of the:4th lust., there had been oral months, yet so, beloved, was she D' J. Vff SIMPSON' ,
onda7 .......,.. 11II .I' '\.. ton for goods or. on -. account elves' shipped from this station 14,103 boxes by'the people here, among, she had '1
... .. .,
... '
.day. ,...... :: eb i:eke you a chance. at a $25-123"piece Dinner of oranges and grapefruit, ot which lived'so long that not one' who heard PKNTI8T.
.,.,.. 81 aoJ. ... ., .,Set.Palaskala.
nrsdn. + and
12,816'were by freight. 1,377 by express the news but. was saddened therebBel' ,.- Office over.Osoeola Pharmacy.:

A..IMP8ON. P. X. Ohio Standard Jan'15, -which, if averaged at 300 boxes remains, accompanied by Mrs ; .. to 12 m ..2oapIce
903.: -Ldvett's. Boston Stars.. We to'the carload makes close to60 car Overstreet arrivedhere Wednesday ]fEVEYTN.l i Ii'WIIT t HoUa...., }. 1:901o 6:30: p. m.Telephone :

Our rates for insertion of advertlse-- have failed to bear one adverse ,criticism. loads. The season 'of shipping has morning and after ''appropriate tuner t1 No 70 'Jl1a'' 6; 'lyr.JJR. ..
ants among the readl g'- matter on just fairly begun and is giving profitable al services conducted by Rev J. 1', -

tilt page is ten cents per line each in. Capt.,.and Mrs. C., M; Fraiure, and employment. to large number of Bell at. the Methodist church were laid A., n. STEVENS,.. : :

tlon;. son, Lamar, went up to 'Jacksonvillecm people 'The fruit Is generally of an to rest In Rosehill cemetery by the side ,

Wednesday to attend the gala week excellent quality and Is fast assuming of her husband who preoeeded ,her buta :J I HOT .in |C I IDRUGS .....Da_TI.T' ;..,. ,,1

estlvltles.Miss the.color and flavor that makes the few months. ,She had lived here fortwentyvean G.t'AdmIDI.t ncI., 'a! '
Florida orange superior to al1"others.. ;: or more, was an' earnest 8.3 A. to. anJ;:"#!:
Odle HolllnRsworth of Brown.viii.
Omc. Jlour.l' 'V.t Fv t
j 3
: Local News Christian and loved and to tNz. *
was among the passengers who On Wednesday last the hospitable respected by .30 ,,5.30 P. 'i

went. down on the,Lilly Tuesday, She country home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. all who knew her.. Our sympathies ] ? [ ORLANDO '. FLpRIDAFa. ,
we.w going, to visit friends ..t.Basslp- Partln of this county, was the scene are extended the bereaved family. S'

ger I of a very pretty wedding ceremony in 'DECEMBER HUMBEB .II II 'THOMACOH. tthydela +

'P one your; wants, Have which Mr. L. W. Johns of ,Lakelandand ., .- sad barpatLLL
seen the handsome Parlor
aJ you Hew Idee Wotua.'. Msasxlr. CALM A alwsssD,
Lamp we are (riving away. Its a Miss Emma Partln, daughter .of TAKE HOTHEM '
We'll do the running.KJSSIMMEB .- bo..ut.1-a ticket with 25o CASH Have you asked: yourself, in .
every Mr. and Mrs Partln, were the oontrac ejer Oftleo'*.... 41KlBSIMUKE. -1''' '

OR'UO' Co. purchase. Klstlmmee Drug Co. tang parties. The ceremony was per- jour ,quieter moments "What was i '! .. .Fit. ,

t. ,Hon..J. W. Watson went up to Jack formed by Rev, Smith U..rd1n. Pastorof the b..ppleat.dal.of.ID1.Ufe?V! A group 1 JlAN E$

onvllle Wednesday to attend a meetng the Lakeland: Methodlstchureh ofcJ.ver'a.nd celebrated women have LI

Of the Trustees of the South Flor- formed a symposium for the December
Read our Business Locals.I was witnessed by a tow"of the Immediate .
I Lovett's Boston Stars, Nov. llth.Mrs. da Agricultural. Institute, and Incidentally friend and relatives of the contracting number of the NEW IDBA WOMAN'S .' '
-- W.L.VanDuzor&Co..
\ >I
to see the Carniral. parties. The groom is a OAznra and'ha.eJheI their several
Chandler's Opening, Nov. 67. I .. during ," ..;--aUT. GilT AT
experiences happiestday ,
Mr.F.. H. McGill of Plant. City well-known business man of Polk cone --
I New goods arriving dally at crave, has been here several days this week ty, and showed his good 'judg of their liven, and.the result f. u ":

Graves', the interest of In exceedingly Interesting. This issue Is OSCEOLA B R O; K E R' S ''
In the American' Benevolent ment selecting a helpmate by corning the Christmas number, and the spiritof : r ,: "
[Second Lyceum entertainment' .No-' Association; a' fraternal Insu- to Osoeolaand plucking one of the holiday season prevails. In its ,

her! llth.I . .. lance society, for which: h'wro.A'! sev he fairest flowers that grew In her pages. Valuable suggestions for REAL ; '
I Fine lot Willow Chatrs at Thom oral policies among bur people.. garden of female loveliness. May gifts, for feasting and for ho use decoration PHARMACY. ESTATEAND
are and new ideas .
>ns. Prices low. want the nicest. Willow Chairs hey live long and prosper. I are advanced.e.ldeD08-L The .number many is &110eScMdlngly : INSURANCE ,

I Will Hancock took In''Ja.ekion.lie andyou ., go to Thompson . By reference to the minutes of the rich In good 1Ict.Jon'and ttt.+ +edelkthletA>1+M+Itldpt_ .tltrs, ''Ji _

Carnival. this-week. verse and U entertaining from cover ,""';: I
SALE.-2 Commissioners published
acre block. -room County tP
k cover..... .. e
[FOR SALK-Fine lots..ISorth MstnPrice cottage, artesian water .t..ble-b"r- this, issue It will be seen that the election *, g

$75.00 Apply ,t* T, M. MurT gain; In North' KIssimmee. J. -MiWUlsoa to decide- - whether the sale- of- Intoxicating r

Jr.: liquors, wines and beer In .'

1rs. Katz was among the visitors his county shall be 'prohibited has [ BusIEocaIs
Mr. ...nd"YiE, .S.Bender of Glens
i Clsslmmee to Jacksonville thfsek. been'called off, as the Board at its I H'-.C; Staufor4.
'alls.-N., Y. arrived here last Monday meeting held'!4onda'l'1'sclDded its ao- r,
and Hotel Klsslm- -
registered at "' --d"
Oscar Ivey of the Bartow Marble trod of a 'former meeting calling for ..- -. "t k
mee. They spent a portion of the lastseason
forks spent a portion of the week in the election on the 28th inst. The or- Guitars at Dann's.'New '
here and have many friends 'Th6l
[isslmmee. der rescinding the action. was' taken shapes In Mon Eats-at KaU's. brJOlnator- Low
"montf our people who were pleasedtoweloome --
number of KIssimmee upon the advice of'the County Attorney rnm66,
.aite a peoe them to KII.lmmeeaga.'ID.. i School Shoes: at Stanford' guaran
| went. up to see the 'big, show" in who pointed out 'several defects 11 -
Capt. Roebuck went up to Jennings, and Irregularities in the petition for teed.An ,
cksonvilla this week. Would Like with
to Face Talk ,
lamilton''county' last Friday afterils he election"which he considered sufficient elegant line of Ladles'' Muslin a, face You.
the CarnivalJacksonville Underwear at KaU's. :
T. L. VanDusor saw
wife and children who have .been, cause for the'1' result to be set > .

having left' here visiting among relatives for the" past, aside in case of a contest and he so Go to "Darin the Shoe Man" for everything ---,-- ,

Wednesday forfsnat. purpose. month or two. and they returned recommended la. order to save unnecessary IntheShoellne.Buy -
; to tell you of the m'atiy, many:new, novel, beautiful i .and' useful
heavy rail Wednesday afternoon Wednesday to their home.t' ......njer.are expense to the-county. In this your Shoes from Stanford, the y
rved to freshen -vegetation which ".*. pleased. to know that the health position T. P.-Wa.rlow. counsel for old reliable shoe man. articles he picked up for his customers while In'New York recently ) r

a I begunto suffer from the dry weath of Mrs. Roebuck wa, considerably those favoring the prohibition, joined Stanford b&S an up-to-date 'line of ,In the way of the latest designs and': tt

.Proved while she was away. issue with the County Attorney and Men's Hats, Heokweaiy&o-.,_(. '

Mesdames Caddie Alderman, and Mrs. E. F. Hall.>>d daughter, MteeIvey argued that if the law had not. been ex Your subscription for-any Book or Dm (Goods; Notions Dress Goods Gent's FurnlsUlnas + +

\>hn Bronson returned Ithelr homes Clougb, left for Tallahassee actly.followed In all Its details that In Magaxlne at publlsner's price and ,.

I Basslnger. by the.-Lilly last. Tues' Sunday. night to be present at. the this cage the irregularity was technical save you the postage, ,a-t Dann.s. Ladles'Ready, Made Skirts, Waists, 'Etc. ,1! i'

7'r marriage of Mr (Charley dough. to and not material ..n4.t.11a' the' pelllon Ladles, before buying your Fall }
e friends of Mr. and Mrs.' F. G. MIlS Edna .Evans, a popular young &. would stand the' test of the Dress Goods, Trimmings, &0., call on '

alley will regret. to know that. the. lady of that city which occurred on courts. After hearing these argument H. C. Stanford and save money, Knowing that goods well bought are ha1f'sold he looked themarket '

liter has been quite 111 during the1st Tuesday evnnlng. They returned the rescinding action was taken. Stove Wood. -- over for what he wanted, which.was, the best goods to ,be '

week. home yesterday morning and ''report Just what. condition this action leaves We will furnish Stove Wood, delivered had for; and feels perfectly confident. at.the, trading'Y", ,
debatable It
[Amongot.ber freight brought. up \beer lobe marriage as being/ one at.t@ndect.of the most, the the matter in Attorney is a is correct one.In his to any part of town at $1.00)( per public will l agree,to the statement that-he succeeded, I in .his: desire . :, '
by the Lilly -on her last. trip trllllant events they ever Strand., MATNABD LTJMBEB Co. '
position then no call has been made when they see his immense stock. '
fere 1134 boxes of-or anges-almost. For nice Oak Bed-Roomwa fe call .
and To>> Cttr A Cold IM OM Day. 1, w7M..K. .
the of the law another
under terms
|ur carloads. 00 J. W. Thompson. jEl, ,0'jWM : H careful the price but
not to utrem
petition may be presented and another Take Laxative: 'Bromo Quine''' Tabets. was only a8 paid lY'
orbone, Mo., Democrat Dec. 4, ?. E. G. Sewell stoppb4iev r I election provided for at anytime All druggist refund the money 10 In' his seleotion of goods the quality of which In'ever'y instance '
taken a few days the past week oq his returnfrom If It''tails to cure. E. W. Grove
1902.-lovett's whole the Boston best Stars In Norne New York, where be had been and If the contrary is true then signature I* on each box. 25o osoeolaPharmacy. fully,measures, up to,its value In.the money ,asked ,fo; it.:. sO.,1havinl' r a, ,.t
a was
j for the past month buying the winter no oi.heio-electlon on the question. cano the largest stock of the latest up-to-date goods he has eve. "
In many,. many moons, .
held for 'So the .mattersjnovr
hacallLing stock of goods for Sew.ell Bros at, > two years. er handled ha feels confident'of.your: approval of his efforts: in, ,'
e W" C. T. !1R' In that the Courts
i .n4--PaJm--Deaeh. ....Ev.&DdJohn Q tangle maybe
\ at-'tbe-- "Rest"Room next Miami- called upbu to unraveli,- 4''''--- your;behalf by an increasedpatronasre", not so-'much -because it;;

llth. All Sated Sewell are old Klsslmmeo boys, is Stanford but because j is in a position to save 'v
jednesday, Nov. are and U Is very'gratifying to their hostsf The free will offering reception pfthe >> FOR - ?Stanford "
to come. ftecretary\ friends here to know they "are meet- Home Mission Society. the hospitable

e Munsey B. Carson a nurseryman lug with such richly merited success home of Mr, and Mrs._ .H...M. ,

lorn Frostproof. was here Inl the intert in their adopted. home. They now Ph..nD last Friday night was one of SWELL Motleyfor"You. 1 a

= | of his business the flrst of the week have the leading business in their line the most pleasant gatherings; that has .

d I made the river trip n the same at both Miami and Palm Beach, and assembled KIssimmee for quite a upTOhapw"STATIONERY r t lull'.Ag'931t'

fission.I : Jolin."", elected m.yorof; Miamitat while. The spacious! parlors were the .,' V "

I Lovett' Boston Stars: Frank Beyl the. city.election last. week' without OP- scene of animation and, mirth'' for an -- ; . ***%*: ; .
l>ids, singing-humorist; Miss Georla tosltlon.. hour or-so while the program was being ; ,. :'' for- .. .J
1,. Harvey, reader; Miss Elisabeth The brethren of the.Masonic frater observed under the guidance of ;
[aye, ,IoU nllte;.MI.. Frances BlckIrd nlty: had a' very enjoyable timeat. their. Rev. J. F. Boll, Master of Ceremonieswho SEE Queen ,Quality Shoes Ladies.. ,

soprano. November 11, 1903. communication last Monday nl bt.-. distinguished himself in that role W L. Douglas. Shoes 'for Men. {fx '
interest. to a highpitch ; .,
keepingthe up
Hub. Sewell, of Punta Gorda, spent Besides ..n'unUlu..lnumber of the home, by OONKLINKlsslfflmcc ,. -
-.11 times ready
and beID&.a'-
r |9t Sunday in town. He came up to members there were a half dozed or ,
with suggestion or comment 6o add to . .
6 i his brother Ev. and to bring his more visitors present, among' whom ''j '
D. G. M. and the merriment. of those present. The -, - .
itle daughter this far on her way to were T: P. Warlow, ,

tams, where she will visit. her gr..ndther. Messrs, Kane and Donnelly Orlando program was as follows: Recitation 1"1t11"'J11J"t11tT1"1"1"'t11t't"Jf1" ; '
'V -, Prentlss of Now Orleans, Bender Miss Mary Louise Maklnson. Music, .' Slilntm1If r "11 f" " "' "
York and Mc'Glll of PlantCity Miss Susie Dale. Recitation, Irs. io =: NORTH KI IMMBST. PHONK N. 8, .
? (About. forty-five dollars' were real- of' New Recitation MII..T..- '"" ice: ''EJ
by the: ladies from their dinner atle Work In the third degree'W"I Edna Waring j, dough! .O W GRIFFIN:: ,
Gardner )Music MlsaLlvy A
Rest. Room last Monday, As"the the principal business ,In hand, J.,. F. -na Miss MariettaPhana. '- E .: .
Williams of :Wblttler. who tips the Recitation "i ,
|aterlal was principally donated the ,
Song Miss
200 Ib notch, beingthe Recitation .MIss.DuPreo.,
about the
beam '*t
unt so made If almost clear profit material worked upon. ,After the Ivy dough. Recitation, Miss Rebeo- .;.o.-"
I. land the promoter. are thereforepry Burkhart.. Messrs N7 Bratton I family Groceries
meeting. the members repaired, to ,thePfoI'k ca fancy +
much encouraged in their efforts supper and George Gardner were on the ...roelI'1'.m' q-+ f,
Hotel !where an oyster
ad '', l e. 3u
thankful' those who but "r r1 I ,
for aninatpnmenslduel: I
tern ... was served. 'Interest' in :.the; Order .; : .
with:patronage; here growing considerably.v several were held over, for the next month'. FRESII:: ,D :ESj ,"
Tickets for Boston Stars1 .on. sale atJweola. applications, for Initiation ,being received irogram.;. Refreshments ,were' served .' : !gs- | j

Pharmacy "' that. night js| only,"ODe. of ,the M-a seasonable hour. Everyone present .: a

[Creenvllle 111. :.Advocate Deo..18Lovett's : that" enjoyed the occasion ."nd will; look hour patronageiiolieited..
indications-pointing way
; many ? '; ; Drug ,Co. day; ; ?'
with' to the reception .of next I
Boston State furnlththe .Biggest lot, Loaded'. Shells ever pleasure .. wutih w''
amounted to
best allrund'entertainment'; brought toKlsslmmS. 6 rt, , Graves ,AGraves' month; The- offerings :

lUoessedlo a Greenville In'many a year. ., ,,, M.BO.- : ;#1 -po'( .tl '',,",,

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V, 1r1JOHN'

..cruel heart ItetDdlsg-etvsbet bed He forgetfnlSidV'aUndugti had;; taunted raS"tn her:1IWf'with"! being< n e r- :'JOHN' .L.bEiVVMVAN: ; 1. <

needed his companionship and strength jjV ?

; too much.., to !i quarrel, ,wllh him abe, *
i could repay him, for.:',.I" slights\ most

WINIHROP'S. DEFEAT.JEAN ? i cruelly .., e Sale FeedStable.
... .--- Probably Mrs' Graham understood( V Our 'earth I. constantly ptcking tip Livery ,

NoetL, that quite as .well as Miss Calherwoodherself : uhoonsldered trifles of stardust which ,

KATE Anyway, she'laughed/ as* shepatted rauge! all, tbe.,,vay, from, the.thirteen? : ,
J LUDIU11. ; with her other hand the two foot-long mass of meteoric rock lately .
'1' ICoermena BOM T Bo....'. SOMI, -.] hands clasping hers. ere she turned. and found by Professor Ward in Mexico Stable. --'. .
/,,CHAPTER IV. *,, for her to do knowing that her husband resumed her feat down to tbe' Infinitesimal particles . \

I.: (Continued.)' was In the storm. Many women "Just Little Me IS a charming child/' which are found on the 'root' of St. -, .

This was 1m.mediately would have been -still'more terrified she said kindly and sweetly; ". lrea47' Paul's,. on the Arctic nows,. .and at t!
suggestion acted upon: knowing of the burden :upon his shoulders the storm-Is passing. fIn Oatherwood. the bottom. of the sea. It :la calculated Turnouts in Town.
and the tenantsof.the. Finest
total amount of matter : ,
.admittance that might make him reckless You need fear no longer. 'The lightning that Abe \t'
[< nearest cottage >them ready
cave '
of his 'life. ,and thunder,*re still severe,. but. .,thus'. absorbed by us Is certainly not
and assistance. Every one
'on earful "You'arc such '& dear ''sweet:''brave, they are too far away now, to harm less thin 800,000 tons a yearnnd that ..
Island awake and
the was thing Alecla," said Kathryn Franklin Be of cheer Just Little :Me!" therefore the weight ot this world Is
No one could us., good :
In that terrible storm.
her frleud ""And cried Increasing at that rate, every twelve 'Stand.ard OllCOIDDaDY
r sleep with the roar In the heavens admiringly, nestling nearer here come the others! A nt liar o
and the thunder ot waters on the upon the soft, and patting one of her Althea Dunraven_ delightedly, ,"Nowwe' months. [

beach.the lightning glaring aa. though hands tenderly. "I don' see how you will know what Is the,.matter, and ;;'
had with fire to can sit here telling us so quiet! not have them safer f The British Government continuously .:
the heavens opened, '
,swallow the world. to be afraid when you know that your ".U they are safer: ''supplementedConstance"Armitage carries on the work ot charting the '
husband this horrible ocean's bed-work the value of ,",'blcb.
.In lightning. wickedly.
But Interesting though.It might be Tl KISSIMMEEBIVEE
is shared by all maritime nation
and flatteredand "Ton must be 'a fatalist .Alecla.; For Miss Arinitago knew quite:well
for Graham to be petted
Althea with: of .the Last year eleven Vessels were thus en
Dunravenjcriedv that :
ten minutes. Xeorge> Priestly was one
cared for it was but 'om
recovered animation. "Though t don't see how party >n the storm and that, George gaeeC8"I''IDg seventy-, at most ere he was thoroughly
and declared his Indention of re you can believe that he Is as sate out Priestly,was 7 u*>re than a friend tp of whom forty-nine 'were surveying ROUTE.STEAMER '6

turning to the hotel in spite of ever7bjectloOo in the storm as In here away from,1t" pretty; MI..- Dunraven. .And Miss ofUc@ra. 'and 781 mori.. Altogether SIS .
"Oh; but we're not away from-It, Armltage could boa tripe spiteful rocks and shoals dangerous to navigation

", Althea.." moaned :poor; little pretty Bees too because her !fiance was camping. were reported, thirty-nine by the ROSEADA.;
-My .wife will be D:1tIOU.: he said, by othftr o(. LILLIB, STEAMER
surveying vessels twenty
Catherwood'wlth'reproachful eyes"We're to the,.Adirondack. Instead of'board- .
"It Is .. Jlajr Johnson Jr.
steadily and smiling Captain
quite and nineteen by Captain Clay Johnson Sr. .
Ills Majesty'sVships'
: fug Hotel Fire Island.
.very at the.Surf On
rather unpleasant night In which to be neveriaaru ; foreign vessels Eleven were trips'to return. Roseada leaves. Klssun-
It) I'D come down to "Of vicburse they're'' eafe'saU _'Altheaandlgnantly sundry Regular weekly Basslnger and 1
out and she beenodere.will .certain sacrifice to think the sea in .ummer-never.'never. never1 .* fluih on 'herprettycheeks ,discovered through the painful experience mee Tuesday morning and arrives Klsslmmee Friday evening r

I that I nave as to 'Its too dreadful." ... and her blue eyes shinIng. -. of vessels striking on them Special Charter Trips to Lake Okoechoboe and Fort Myers on the Llllle.- ...,

Neptnner'"Nonsense" retorted"f Bensonhnrst. "You'll forget all about it to-morrow "Don't, yon, suppose we would ,and 223 were reported by colonial and Comfortable accommodation 'for passengers. Rates reasonable.
Gregory thousand .
with prompt decision doing when the' sun_..shines,"_said .Leland have heard of It If anything bad happened foreign governments. One V The most picturesque Waterway! In Florida
comfortingly In. an undertone.. "nu70u're f Bad news travels always. nine hundred and twenty-four miles'of For Passenger and Freight. Rates apply to .
his utmost to detain his friend that ..
"* >-" coast line were charted and nit ,
forget -rt- JOHNSON.
afterhis not to ,f>,wlck ft ) little' fa.ter'th.D good!I"> CLAY a
be should be entirely recovered
brave '' word Boa, that> :you.. have..given m*' :your i But 'Miss Armltage was saved 'theneee.aaty area 'of 12,681 square miles was board "Llllle. Klssimmee, Flo
struggle 'We'lI..end
promise to-nlgbt" of replylng"to'thls convincing sounded.
up. Harold Do be sensible and watt
the there' "Oh, dear!" she '('cried wretchedly, remark: by the enfrance'of! '<< the -
till storm
passes, a good Dr. Tlmbrell Bulstrode's'report; upon
fellow. It Is abating very much now" "dear. dear, dear If you'll keep me drenched party In to'-the hill, and''the alleged oyster-borne illness following .

But the "good fellow"? would not be safe Vthrough this Lane Leland .I'll prompt adjournment of the parlor the Mayoral banquets at Winchester EVERg MAN HIS OWN -DOCTOR.
Deverb.d to yon'again! I'll Just .learn what news .they.brought
: persuaded. 114 shook his bead cm11Ing. and at;Southampton England l love.youforever and e"erl! I.m.o Sufficient news, Indeed;, and otflcer ot By j. Hamilton ""ycr..M.'D.
. Iftsued by the )Ded! nl
"Don't be' rldleulonsTBensonhurstr .of raid r"Well.'be '' the group that ,had shuddered In tho the Local Government Board Dr. eOO-page Illustrated Book containing vala,ble Information per- .

1 be said lightly There; is nothing the said talmlyi; 1 .hall remind ; .parlorthrough; the storm, felt uncomfortably .Bnlstrode summarizes the facts us follows taming to diseases of the human system showing bow to treat and ,
of 'if 'do
yon ; you forget small when compared with -
,, ratter with me. Come! Mr. parle: is : Two Mayoral banquets'were ewe with simplest of medicines. The book eontalns analysis ol
:safely \cared for here until morning Bear I cannot W patient forever, you these "Men who had passed throughso given on the mime day in two towns. courtship and marriage; rearing and management of children besides V v
know!I" much In the midst of It What
and the rest of abe party are"all tight. After both banquets -certain-' percentage valuable prescriptions, recipes, .to with at full complement
'' But she could not quarrel with him, heroes they made,of. them! Crowded ,' of whom knew.Tals .
save for the wetting and the scare, of all guest, all tacts in materia medics that everyone should
r, for she was too terrified and only: about them In their pretty gowns, reBardlets -. attacked household rill bt
and well go 'up to the hotel. The .had partaken of oysters, were most Indispensable adjunct to every well-regulated
R. Grants nave been very gracious to this lifted those great black, reproachfuleyes : of the seawater or' the rain; with lllnM of analogous nature In mailed, postpaid to any address, on receipt. of price, SIXTY_ CENT

i(; lot: -shipwrecked .sailor, but We'll of hers to his with a grleveC: their bright, eyes eloquently alive''with nome cases with definite enteric fever.In Address --.. 1'ATLANTA

F,: not infringe upon good nature: There curve to her red lips, that gave Dim a pride', others with, gnstro-lntentliuvl disturbance ;
deplorable feeling of base ingratitude r'l knew that you were ',rave," said USE. "* "*'Ti1J71TJ1.414
%u one thing however; that I wish'to .only. The; oysters .supplied. PUBLISHING
: say; and I shall think you no true and caused him to be Infinitely: 'tender A'eela' ;; very softly with her hands In bQth banquets were from the same

;, .friends 0(,, mine It you dC-nit. agree to -her for that time. around her l ullb lnd'. arm and her source. Emsworth). and the oysters _. . ... - -
;s' with me:, It is.that I wish you all to "I am not tataUat-no'," said Ale shining eyes 'upon his, her lips half from this source were at the name time - .

,I' promise-all of-you,' 'reml'mber-th. cia, smiling, in reply to Althea'a re trembling In spite of their trailing- For and In other places proving themselves

you; will withhold from those who'are mark. -''It Isn't that: my dear. but,if they had told her of his bravery with. competent causes of enteric fever

f' not present to.Dlghtthat I saved there )s need for him to go I would holding only I his rescue of the man in Florida East Coast 'RyLOCAL

I ,Palmer Earlet'!' I, cave my: reasons.They not keep him. I would not have hima the cottage. "I couldn't be afraid Solar heat Is being utilized for heating .
coward you know even to *" ills J>a1'01d. I had such faith in your .
I are good reasons, too as yon will say water for various household pur
life." , ,. td ;he was grateful In the Innermost
'..'<-,../acknowledge make the matter to-morrow.more clear I to cannot you That's'like you.said.! Clata ,B1'&d.le7. depths of his sou!,, that he could is poses.absurdly The apparatus simple merely for this a sectional purpose TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.

tf* 'now, but I must have your'promlee!:! softly "I never' lIaW'. ;another meet Her eyes. without shrinking with boiler of thin blaCkened! copper exposed SOUTKSOUNO-HtAO POW t. NORTHBOUND-READ UT. '

v?" Gregory Bensonhnrst looked at his woman to equal you. Mrs..
"',friend as though he thought'him be- But I'm not brave and I don't wantto "And. I, why you couldn't under a glass cover very like a hot NestN.:n {TITNINI.N.10 I t 11..71

p:: reft of his.senses.lie and Graham be in such a horrible storm. Just have gone with them and been brave house frame and suitably piped for, a1IJ. .IIJ. Darcy. &I17.

r; 'were alone for ,the moment; as the think of our being! cut'off from home too parlor, instead" saId.of ruel staying:Miss safely Catherwood' in> the supply and' demand. An hour's exposure ,1! .evl............... ...Ar r1.a f >.
). others prepared to go C up to the hotel.k .' by all that water with'no way of gettlntfrtbere + to full sunlight raises the waterto Ie... ..................80".eo..u..L.. 01. p 2. ,
petulantly as she parted from Lane ........ . ..... ...C00 a .. :
should l 10 . "A..u.U.
:: wish and Iv ,
: the i :
His eyes were keen and steady,searchK we from thirty degreesto Y ............. !i
Leland the I a temperature 11Ns... ................ L.Intu....... 010M 3C I
hotel llable'to be washed away'--" at stairs a few minutes sixty degrees Fahrenheit above that 11 u. .."... ..... ....... ...I.'k.. ...... ..... ... ... 4.. I I"p:1= '
K Gres':, eyes, .. "There is the lighthouse'.. said later apt vea_ yielding! him her '. Alecla. "If 'jIj, litre Ly..P..H s ....... .. .......:..10 Stll.-.r c.z
about his moutht quietly. 'th'e.worst should I In 'u8e''ODt4In from forty to one bunilr - ... .. .. ... ... .
CHAPTER -hr p ....... Ar...: ...........ban A.t.e..Lv .11I-
i.f .Corner be added Impatiently.m come--which Isn:t probable- could V. <3l and twenty gallons, according to .. 0116. L..n( )Iate.. ...... .. ..... .Ara 0 00. 1 U .C --
Don't tell me so plainly that you are gO there you know. That wouldn'tbe Lxavixa TUB OLD xrrt. : there Is' on ample 'supply washed aWII.I"! The Zln=ara. anchored at the pier I size = C FHrL..N...1..:................... a u '\i;;
,not my friend: Bensonhnrst. I have water through! tho houm ot daylight V .."' .... .. ... .. .. I.. bNA "'
I1: my reasons for requesting'this prom. "Oh; but you don't know,"- protested bad been badly battered and tossed Solar water heaters, ot..this kind have 11500L 555 1 ....... ............. .... ...:....... ....... ..... en. I ..() "
I ac. ,..... .......... ..... ...
during the-night, but when morning ... .......... .1>"' .11. :g. \
& ;lse. You will understand-to-morrow.1? Miss.Clara, fretfully.' "And.besides, broke and been installed on' the roofs ,of lDR,7' : .. P ...... ....... . ct. ,11& rr ... woz
S" H.ioldr' we would cU'be blown.Into pieces before the sun shone In a .... .
Why not Theywork
"' to-nlgbt sky she rose and. fell cloudlell'l houses In foutbcrrt districts ; :::::::::::: :::::: :n-L1) :::::::::: ::: ::: : : ;:: ..: .
& "Because"-Graham moved away lrg'rltably. we could get there. 7: tell you It's admirably, and even In loss favorable tOo ... ..Ttuaa. I............... .... 1 .
; frown on his face-"becauseit awful to bo here 1n a storm!" waves.waiting: for her ha've been found use II I P ::::::::::::::...:.....Q..f. 1fase OzO i
let across at Babyldn. Few places .. > f .............................!a.......::.....:. .. It te. I j jIIlk
to-clght-lt: Is nothing to you .Benson- "I'll not ;you come then nept summer passengerscame ful. 1 ........................Ga1I1................ ..... 1118. =-Os i
Knnt, Come! Give me your promise Clare" said Ninette, >roguishly.' that morning for there was lit. .(: :W sere 1' ..... .................I".Mt.....__..,.... ....... m It p.Ales

BSftrHl you' Qr shall I go without It "I'll tell Uncle Hallett what a.coward; tle Interest evinced In business among .IVhra Men Ar Hart. QttS 5flu u :::::.:....., Ut"& p p Il 1.1'. :p{7. 3
K.4 know that you are and he'll cut! you'off from the hotel guests, Gregory Bensonburst .0 f 111 / P ................... 't. 11'" .t.
your friendship is not Nearly all of the metal-working IN 11 ......................TI .,.l........................ all II .WQ... E
IffiMMOc enough to stand trial r' his will without so much as, enough to was going for.tbe day, to take a look at plants In Plttsbnrg and vicinity are admirably gt / .. p .......................B4.11........................ . IlIlh > it,
1$**' Gregory Bensonhnrst laid his hand buy n l/onnet end then what will you Wall street be said, easily.though In f tee p ..................... .I...... ..,................... It t" 10 t.... 'i
", : his heart he not equipped with a hospital annex f me P ...................... .,...,...................... 1011 g g
; upon the.arm of his fr>: nd to detain dor war easy regardingthe for cases that require speedy-and aw PM .....,.....,. ..... ..b.ban........! .. ..... ,II' 1014IN t'
,.him as be was passing tho door HI. "What do I. about V condition of Graham's affairs as of dp .............:.... .W..pI... ............. It '' .040..1 '
; care! bonnets retorted prompt attention. The distance .. . :.. .. ...
.. 1 M. ... ... .. .Waal B.aah . .. 0 p / au ... z.
ft face was very grave.Ills. memory Clara, with tearful eyes, "In hinted:;by Leland on the.prevlous after. hospitals.from some of the works ren- eNa .::..."...............)1".1011. .....".. ... .. J Iron 0' ? j
noon j eN II ......................Delray...,. ....... .. ..:... Ip .10. : = '
.was keen with'the words of warning such a storm as this, Ninette Bradley I 4 den1t possible that an injured man i.. N ..... ....... .n.IA..a1.. .::... ... .... J p 1 tl.ISa . sa
v* :tittered by tcland the. previous .after But you will be a meanmeaugirl: If Tho,yachting party were to cross I may-expire from exhaustion before he I p.:.....:........ .II.O..i., .... .. .. .:.: i I tI.z
,, also, to report the' wrecking o( the /Na .............:.La..CIt7......... .. . . ''I p .fAa Z
.noon., Why should this man speak. so yon tell Undo Ballet- anything.. I never and I.Is admitted to the Institution. To obviate 1 N 's' air''................. awl ...... ...... .... .::i.... L T IA a ?r8OURDULZd'OP
ID'' Strangely t>f to-morrow T ." Queen Taphenes the rescue of her :. this the owners have fitted up a .

BjL; "Ix>ok here Harold". he said, quletK Her sister laughed. They all knew passengers and crew. And as though room or building where Injured.or sickemployes : BBA2TCH LINES. -. 4

'Ii;. "I, call myself your friend. If it sufficiently well Clara Bradley'a-pss- It were the merest matter of course, I can ire treated at.once. It Is -
|L is a friend's. duty to rive you this slon for bonnets. Mrs. Graham announced that she was I practically an emergency hospital. A

K ".promise. I do to : Yea can trust me. "Oh. this 1% .lm Iy dreadfulr'! cried going to the city'with her husband as full and complete., line of roller bandages ITArwa/ Dwly .1 I' STATIONS. NaT*

P-\And.\ if ever there is other need-to try Miss Catherirood.; starting to her feet they had changed their Intention of remaining I esmarch triangular bandages .....6... TlturrllU.........Ar! 1 MTjv. I Ia I ka
|f my friendship-try met"< I with her bands over her ears her the summer through at tho splints tornlquets, anaesthetics hypodermic ........... )(lBi4............AH 1 tf p. p !, !? I/T..W. anirrnk..Jlr /
? Surf IIoteL' a l/r... ..Oa..a..... Aral nI II H.LT. ._
A peculiar change struck Harold face deepening'tn'pallor wlttear'; asa syringe; needles, silk etc. with *.. :.BatkrvrlM... Arti p tit 11 Na I ,.OrMir* OH/.ArII liliiiiTDHAWOII. ,
(T :." Graham's face but he grasped the ,others peal of thunder crashed overhead, "But 'you will come back to us?" llnton and iodofprm gauze dressings, 8fc f.>ra ........;.LT'M' 44 HOP I 44 l>r. )r.CltyJ T.L,

**, .,;-Vel')';weD." be said. '"I thank you, on and across the water into the far her pretty face llfted'W her friend In give the best possible care and attention a i l .y h1 lfA i I Sun.Only... Na.tZII
Bensonhnrst I shall distance and still "The the broad sunlight upon the pieras
P try you sooner was lightningIs to the Injured person.
p.,' than:;:yon know perhaps" Let' us go.? bad enough but,It isn't anything they walked down to the waiting boat I When an employe 1s Injured so that p 14 1011 41 a S Of 95 p p 5NaLy..aaeh..rvllle e NaL..5o.Just.' TlTlli. ..,.,..Are.!., ,,,.,,.,.,.,, TIle 41* Hit> /ilp w,

t t They Joined the other In ,the hall compared :with the thunder.. You For those guests who were 'p after be Is unable to walk the stretcherskept 14414 / p SMa Lv..Pad"Dw.h..L. ,...., T dl.
; 14444 Ile. v..AtlMtt VmKh.......L1Ar .,.. .: '.
K :and; upon the pla za-_ group of ought to' be ashamed to laugh and the events of the night were going I In various place. In the works are h N a Mtypon L' ,..,.,,. T 00444a 11 11 SO 44 a a.
,Drenched' men. with their" coats well talk'''about bonnets In this storm you down*to the dock"to see them off the utilized and be is at once taken to the
R : buttoued little steamer's"departure and arrival I TidNa 11w.TaNw.i.w i the v"i nm..4 w /eA tnth.| ITIR\V|> OApMtftd to *TIT ffiDri ,
| up about their throats wicked where he Is taken
and girls. hospital, ;
{ I emergency !roar IW a..u.l a Wl.e., W I their aMnl era eep.rtrn a N m.a aa ( nbp a0.nt..d, ,
C. "tb :.J1.t. pressed close down on their "Well It's very nice to. have bonnets being|the. ,of' the' day. ', In charge by an employe who Is proficient d..i the C.mpaay i.ld 1M.It t wpoa.lltla for ..y Ll.y or ..y wa.egr.aa u ua{ there. i

fc.'' heads.. Few would have recognised ln"Clearweatherxanyways-.retorted '"You must premise to comeback. to us, I In rendering first aid. Pending e I
among'them the half-down fashlonaK. Kathryn Franklin. '"And we're not Mrs Grham.- --- -- -- -- -- ttie'arrival pf a surgeon.-tbe KEY AND AVANAV

!'Me;7onng men idling through! the pre- wicked: to talk about them you little Alecla smiled upon the eager face beside placed In the beet position necessary to WEST h

B" Iou, day. Th.,7.chtlne.part7 were craven1'! her.T. gibe knew quite well that attend to his Injuries, and* temporary PCN8ULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

K: with them. save Palmer Earle the "Everybody, .unkind. tome" this small 'woman and her lover had !anti-septic dressings are used In Is Effect prIlIS, 1903. +,

Bx boat's. owner and the one most se- said Bess, pitifully, 'withquivering quarreled,* for her eyes, seeing all that cleansing wounds of any kind only dls- ,. ._---- V----f_.

Kverelji Injured. The storm had Ilpa-tbat brought her'1ovPr's heart'to 'co cerDed her! friends'bad noted theirayoIdanW'of tilled water Is used and then thorough- lOUT". a7UND: NORTH; .0.0. '
someBL'Vwbat ... ..... .. V
b, .mt.a..fhnr' .. .......... .O\f Lyll..M.
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Jl'i . .
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abated and they could reach the still deeper1 subjection "because I'm each 'otbq;< Ehefwouldmake ly'carbollzed, and a liberal supply of "rjP W...'..n., .r.- ,....... ......U 'ID'I'\ Ar K.r We Mon.. ,.,1..............,.,, 1eo..Ip
.. ......... ... .
m: Bi',"let IJJ starting out. They prett7'Well didn't make myself., It I had maybe old life, she sad to herseiC.lTravelyBf ; I easel of burns or scalds a dressing: 1

Ki fllled the','cottage and were' unwilling I'd.hay.mad. myself more., she,patted the flng r'' spun.tier arm\ i of' carron oil Is sometimes used or a Fw .opy .! LeotU.Tlm. Card or 011.. laforuaUon. ddr.... My Ae.L

K..tonger, to ,aellp." on the hospitality. Alecla. or like'Kathryn.: replying to j some'remark of Ninette's picric acid dressing may! be applied.

&''. of ,the. Grants, Mr. Earle was well, "Poor little tiling" aat47.1lecli.'klnd-' Before-she spoke to this other friend. I (After treatment In severe injuriesthe

H !eared for,ADd comfortably asleep the ly, with quick sympathy; as she rose "X cannot promise," she said then, patient 4s placed in tbo cot -to recover -

EL .stimulant ordered for him leaving him an J crossed oven to the! girl.; her.\band. spilling g nt17. 'You are kind to wish 'somewhat from Chock and anumbl'r

P' 'little time before slumber.' His frlendiu touching'iTghtly Ule'curl1""dark head it. Mist Catherwood, bu(,1j {think; ,t" ': woolen. 'blanket are kept on r

could safely leave him. ai cI. secure:tUeli as she stooped and i kissed'L the soft scarcely probable that we shalfrelurn.Unezpected I hand With which to cover the patient

I !own comfort the hoteL cheek' nearest her "?Foor little thing i ',buslness calls my husband; hiring his removal home or to the Jho :..., .... ..e..m ..... :: :

fj.j tt ..T eT 'looked' considerably mystified unkind to be'unklnd to"you." away, and Doubtless we-.-.shall remau 'i pltal.'as the case may be.-PlttrtxtrsLedger. ;

tyf.wben Informed .of .Graham's wishes .ADd,70u're sncha; deal;!" whispered Iq ,the city for some. time.When we ' ' '

$ regarding his sbaie In the_rescue; but Be.." .,Impulal-rdr.;'{.eatchinc the leave.; Z.thlnk'we sb&Il travel through . V :

K- :most of them assented\ readily'enough,, soft hand from her head. and dragging ,tbe WepttiWe Intended last fall to. I A.. Srarellr of CMk. : 5 We Do Job Printing | ;

Lt. wltb a skeptical shrug of theTshoulden; Itdown to. her lips. ,"You're such it take avCaiiiornla trip; but were pre- :"Down In our WU> l'Y"":said Keprusentatite 1

r .and uplifting- of the brow. tt was 6ear-n4 so beautiful! J Mrs. G 'ahamr'lAne' vented.;. o you see It. js..not likely : John Sharp Williams of Mississippi .
!T bu.IDeIt Leland looked that ..snan return ltCie.! '- ? -""* t "cash Is sometimes N,
none, of their, this man shamefully jealous w "'_ f ; a scarce

J t;v chose ,to hide bis bravery. 1C he had of all this privilege and Bess, "I seeVisild, Miss Catherwood, >rrowfnlly. < I commodity. Of All I
!(reason, for',his reticence-was Its''for knowing! this very well even In her Irl' wish I could not see SQ i "Last1: eprlug. a' man' came In from | 'Iuds |'

jfp Uwm:.-some.of them'' f tbe'men he hadKfMlped fear could Dot resist being thelleu b clearly.2 n. Graham. But"-a soft I the Nortb and bought 'sawmill of one- , his businessPTt bit wicked ,. J i k i"It rose* colon deepened upon her cheeks of our'cltlsen' lie paid $:100 cash "

*.the-wortdr V ia
| The group In the hotel parlor'', had one instead of teasingadded this though ihe'scarcelj dared tender herrequest'f "Theyvcre; discussing the. transae. "f We Can Please You. I"Wt

,v learned ":;Tome>;:_ time 'previously;.that small tyrant, wltlfhfr'.ztd '}lipsandjrrcjJteyes ever.yon have time-and I non at the country store that Might auH.. ,. :

fcf heft friends were.among: the rescuing aid' eloqnenjtrf c,Jlfttci to care, to ln'Tou write'e:to me dear.: bad gone .overaH In all Its detail. .\.
'partyUpon; the beach and If it were the beautiful woman above her. as Mrs. Grab&m'; '11IIholl1c1. e eorpleaiedlrYou :,4-t.the hard-np meta 1.1 "

Cf possible forahelr fear,to< Increase', it She held the c.rellalnihnll between lome&ow )l dentandt me better :at the, community.' :,sat' +i.;and listened.' : .... .. .. ..()II. ...Ii :
&r.f'> then';'increased.AleCIsr 'endeavpred her, own two heads. '"ItNs'so sweet (ban otb ((JkIl. ; >Affqf the subject ,had been exhausted' ....

to ret5|nbC, rbravf.f4C.>and,cpm-> of 'row,:>Mrs:,-drJha.mJft9. understand JU.,-1.*ndr<< :I only say perhaps I mayfr lie sal&H ''Well.'there's one thing sWOtl' .

bar COPJpacl.o.'WJt-'a ber'.e'ordn )IIRUins.i'"tt'.mrhUU{ dHU..i *"FN''ftOIIr. 'WJIrC-. ''.f.ita... ,''l;t+ab't for.the llfe'ofui.' :ac!%hrtt"an'wjth )
T cheer;.but.. It:; was-4'dlfflcnl't.thing l Little, Me was wickedlyundwr: I > .rr ob.IoatlDUeILI" "' $300 In cash wal1t ._{,(, a,

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.! .gll'altD14Te1Lla.'' If,r .,Opq Tf'HIT.10. Ulfl : have id public Is better treated and Interferes" 7'r' 1" ''" too tile Call ....... AM IM+adltlMe
IflI' l11"t.tifhm; 1 "'fb trw ...
0 t. $ t = :Hon =
nn po'1 j : j
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'' p ,.. :J. -. . ',* .... .., .: the biro causes the bees to fly oat in
aM TROLt.E .
O AND FARM.: rlltt. ..1 lame numbrrs.-ana thoseiiot devoured

.. ".". _I.II'J" ';r .1r .tar. ..'tteeeieeteeeett.eeeae. i 'norMi, by;betD" hlUetL Good. largo.wdrins

F.ral Lit.. ... 1 ...q miMBl eft )Milk Cel..... .are sometimes.rained In data
S 1r.. q' Tbo-: ;majority of'cellars tnat, >n & A Nrt'1 is the
\ 'JO rrnt war or po1ltjcaI'chanjiT'e'r! 1 are fery Im- trap surest tray:;
propej'lyrcntllnfed.! and of of ridding one's self of 'such iials-
the.length A
worked '
Dearly<< '''W t jrrnot '
.. T e_ co.t ..t hud Uu.&. XIX for Ijtebettermr'ttof the awerolutiqu .tlauf for keeping milk therein varies on anoe. We attach;'the a stout.pole .
1'd is eItf..frel dire the ; people ftnil nearly all irrmw 'The ancccM. in Hte or sgaaUing.'about fifteen feat
quickening of
: .
F MLtJar.JIv I! thelt111. of 1 liferls
ugU ,, JuvestlgaUon.., that fill, i>ow be 1 wrought throuWhbnt .. .. Ij creameries is due to tbe observance ota long, as they are not likely to walk oft
| P1net7, per!; every" the Middle ,V'ett by the trolley' .. .- 'properdegree' (of temperature,' and with that; and set it near the hive ea: '.
pound' of-'freight!, carried tern. that sys until farmers become more observing trance.. ;Wr do not often, as*'bait'' b.t- =,
11.3 l> ..nn or water hae, u every direction.nre spinning their webs in Now: orkCity.-Cipei:) or cape col madeis' voile, In-.;.lai, lovely" shade, of that point! they: will continue to have last spring after three traps.bad bca :
Within the rifles the lare"
,, .- :of-will be- carried .ovog thojinbllayroads chang,is already'altlcnd j I mark' the season's simpler gar- known '.. mats or corn color. and the" nifflcultles. ''One of the obstacles nut successfully: avoided several nights la ,
of the country We have for- menttma wet! as( .those..of formal '
wear, cleanliness In the succession
In ,
gotten' how :. r I finish .machine. stitching with cortlcelli 'stables as well aa ; while our 'chickens .disap !'
It Is dtfflculOo. impress these ,facts merly 'depended things-Were Aiijtba mule when we fej This ,;stylish.yet"simple"May<<; JUaBton i silk, the milk houses; The regulation of the peered: like, magic; we used scraps .c

'.th.- wear' and tear oJt bis withln the city.transportation Such a* we bad .II laid| tivcX-at) the sides and back. the essential :Requisite of' properly take bold .f the end of, the pole
a things pfeaonWrmtngJon
horses and vehicles in transporting the'-itreeV ears' warftbeii s which give a blp yoke effect The fur d'''keeping' the places and utensil-lathe and carefully bobble his skunksMp. ".

ills products from borne and hispurnases unkflown,-and ta iie*. at the ,back :Is;,laid In tnvortpleats best condition.! The1Water, however; down to tbe brook, and all to 'over 1.,
<: to Mis bome.,_ He .does"\not park were ajtbltasie-s.pleasure, of flit and the flounce Is seamed to, the ,ls the"source'of' the greatest danger. a. few minutes, and with no odor sncM
charge, for his time In travelingover. that could afford to and those alone ipwet.elge. It bas 'be'eu demonstrated by' actual aa IS sure to,, be caused If they are 'r

tbe'road*. He Is'par: Moreover, the horses of carriages.-life The quantity of material required for ] experiment that the,, germs of 'disease killed, b"ctub\JloC or stoning.-Hllaa D.
ocular hurry, and would' aa soon naktwo e quickening that the ', existing in ate Davis In American' '
t'8me with.rapid-transit and the'-'gen- ..4 'medium fclse Is twelve and three- ;Impure water! carried Cnltivatw, ,' town'as onetrip.. How fourth ,..arde"twent7oce Inches ]wide,, WIthout', change into the milk where
to Impress on him and the publicaneraUy : -' er more,broadenipg comfortable\, put to larger: s/reos.and,, V .... ten, and tbrea-tonrth'yards twenty; ..,I they rapidly multiply and cause. decomposition ....... Tee. n.le....
tbe. cost, of bad roads and the old storZ.hthe living come to bean' seven inches wide, nine yards thirty-' ; It has been pretty; ', conrludvely' demons '' C

profit of good roAda is a I'tobtemvblcbl"I'ote.sor But In the city. w where two. Inches wide 'or six std. three---' J trs ted that fumigation to a remedy;.
Latta of the Purdue '.University i smaller towns, the fourth yardsfortyfour Inches wUJe. A Sug-gviMmi'eft Xatara. for all of'the Insect pests wblcb sttekplant
of Indiana, undertook to sgly e!, trolley Is pew:: find the closcf connection I" Nature suggests. In the natural and lIfe This means of keeping the, :

.and,.be' seems to have solved it He.laid Ute with the larger/ and busier 'centre.. of ,", .' :,8Mb.* Will: FopnUr.. 'thick growth' 'of a great variety of orchard In prime condition has bees ..
bas but .
down the proposition that permanent ,, recently come tbe changes Sashes willevidently be favorite ac*. KraiHca, nd.weeds together.tbat a'mixture :. Indorsed by' tile Agricultural Bureau -
good Broads would, benefit' the pro JuslJ how workwe"and, iutereetlng -: companlmeota of the _son'. evening of vegetation may yield a larger which has circulated a great deal' ef
formers bence the to. observe their' outward phases.' '' quantity of vegetable'produce literature relative to this method of
communities,) i In Ride (rO"rlla. so' many. a"d. ao behutiful' are from
five different, w.nbat' they would: out ovt'l"'an1 line through a sec the, recently Imported, ribbOn. In six- any given area than canbe,' .obtained dispatching scale and other insect ute''
Economise'time add tion where a couple otyenreago"there; from the growth of which will- kill the trees if allowed to
force in transportation inch and wlde<<; r ...Idtb..* These! are one species alone.
between farm and market: ,were old, unpainte) bosses andVtnmbfedown printed in a variety of 'exquisite: designs Actual experiment 'has shown that 4 doso. 'The :method followed 'la 'to.

Enable the farmer to take advantage, fences, and you will 'ee' a .of flowers and leaves and the mixture of grasses is usually more productive x
of market fluctuations sprucing up in'the way of new-paint than the cultivation
In buying and and colorings 'are jewel-Ilka beauty; A of a single
'."riling r :, ; new-buildings and general tidiness ash of heavy white satin ribbon ha* one An acr$ of pea*,and oats grown
} Permit transportation of farm prod:, old that towns to astonishing. And all the )lttl, f a narrow edge of black veh'Pt. and an together will yield more than half ant ,

r acts and purchased commodities during In the that were, formerly Bleeping' 4: u allover detjjil of vine I leaves in several 1 acre of each grown singly, A field'

to times of. comparative leisure,;, galvanized summer sun seem to have been ''MOn; ACK.T.-,' tone of gray velvet shading from the seeded! to timothy and clover producesmulch
Reduce tbe wear and tear oil horses, Into!new: life' ; The crossroad most delicate pear .to atone color. :The: more than either sown alone.' Apasture

;'barness and vehicles; .. wherever* store the has been "'}ped" ut.,but morning Jacket'liirltfde one.of.exceedingly same r.bbon is shown In green tone sod competed of orchard grass,

...,Jv. Enhance the market value of real esIrlatej ', to'have-taken town was largq enough graceful shape and is tobe commended on white satin foundation.. A blacktalt'eta timothy red clover and Kentucky blue) II

s .f -) Ity It bas firm root as a' common- both from, the 'sfand point of sash ba,' a,, design of shadowy grassa Is in good grazing condition
In 'order toascerftatn, from tho farm- can live homo new life. The boys style and 'comfort. A. shown it Is gray ostrich,plumes overlaid' with pink: from early spring till autumn the decay
: '", -erf themselves the facts from",srhldi beeould' instead of at and work In thejclty* made'of"blue-.challle.- Tflgiired with roses. .Holly; berries ,nnd' leaves'' In of the,:'earlier ripening species furnishing

reduce'answers/afflrmatlv or Mm deserting the village to live black and Is trimmed with frills of their natural,'colors:ion' cream coloreds11k,1nrnlsh'a"gay'eftert. .plant food for the specie. ,nest.

.negative, to his yropoaltlonsl bend "folk Oj*"city to find boarding of heusej; find the lace .beading, threaded' With : ribbon : .' In general, coming, to.,maturity, "
/ ,jUressed to>> Uiem the, following! interogatorle off a way making money .and.fancy stitches executed In black however,' pastel and opal tones are pre. ---
*: f T- *. their was poultry and "garden'truck"that cortlcelli silk; but tbe design iaa simple ferred.fI- 'ri.lltalo'. ......._... .
First.About'what 'proportloiAoP tbe formerlyT.linpom:: They one and can be utilized foN washable ,... ..'. ..' The" fowl that, is In demand la the
f pubUc highways. in your couuTyJnro to spend the money In brightening fabrics as well as for the;pretty A lr.w KaMrI.L.-.1 clean yellow leg and flesh one, .A man

I now good gravel roads< up the old home, trimming thp,hedgcsandJawjiavand *wools< and' wimple" silks"that! Mire "in A new,, and popular.material of the oat posted ln.these matters decides to !

,, -Please estimate the tverdcincrease 8- somebody lived there.making .it look'_aa if., vogue. for garments of the sort. : net class Ji vtulle\ avalgnee a fine silk: ship 4\,''bos'of live" or dressed poultry 1
(In dollars and cent'sjtn) tbe The'Jacket biil.t. gCflohtY:; backs tulle with Aieahes.forming symmetrical to., the market lie has yellow legs --- -
-selling price an acre of 'land throughout .No human prejudice ever disappeared and side backs, .ndla.finlsbed ttaeneclt"w1thhtbe lace design It Is mucb more \durable .black .leg- and feathered, legs In his IlirOvgD- 'lrzn pea" 'I:....)1J1It. 7gng.
so Quickly
'the county; a* the result of *uch '1'tvt'1jol of the smaller a* bas that of the merchant wide capacolll, The than the ordinary tulle,' consignment ,He sends them and get throw a teat over a,tree and after far
; ds'I \., town who imagined sleeves are in bishop style and are -- hU-retorn. which.we will say,. for Illustration tenlng.all the ende"'down to' Jl'ft'8Dt'th. f
:rhl?d- t All the public your that the trolley >. \luglo, take away;, gathered Into," cuffs (!t the :e....... That Had'Among1 FItor. 1* nine cent per pound'.ad escape of the fumes, the Interior Is ,
county were converted Into improved biuloesv *MU now/l m4.t1J1i. foj wftetst it f Hill m ; 'colors''''other'than blue 'and ha looks tip'the quotations. and find filled with the'polaonon..".pora.* !The '

.highways; how much,* 'In roar Jndg- aHhe apolla..Journal.trgiiey"116oshe* can get-.Indian. The quantity' material required for giyirtcbWd: !- and',brown will find that 'the 'market I.' paying ulna to covering Is allowed to remain, in post
,went would It Increase the atvcrage the nedla'm era Is three-yards .twentyseven favor during';.' loomioglieasoDo eleven cents per Pound. tlon A certalq prescribed length of tlfce't'',.. .

aelling price per acre of land thVough-( WORDS OF, WISDOM. inches wide; twp and three>qnar- ---- bus,,neighbor; ;who ,bas given:,, tbe after( which'it will,bo. found that tbe1'4_
out your county- i_ ,$d'Fourth 9 u f :TtfnlP'lt1 ->? "Ti \' tern yards fuirfy-two finches pride-.or h'. ',.eLong I "',......... Tacked .,....... matter more attention' has selected: ,* Insect life ha been killed. beyond. posslblllfy -';' /-
--What'would' be a fair estImate : d' }lstroa 6rfto.manklnJ.Xj two yards fortis tfourjnrhes wide with coats that are tucked both yellow' legend-skin' breed. He ships ; of resuscitation, '; .1 J

of thecost, per mile of convertIng Tboin On. I four and o e-hall yards of, Ia B*'three_ front, ,,,and.,.back.are.:Among tttb'tetures| Bt'the'same'tlme and' )hla returns,are 'In the treatment of large, orchards:,

our common;:dirt'roads n. they pow Victory belongs to. the most perse ',-. j.- Y .r4..'., i. ', I L. tfi ,. eleven ..ncmaY' betwelve cents, per this process is' necessarily, expend,.
exist.into. good,gravel' roads; provided, vering.Napoleon,' t pound.; ,lie ,tells .our. Wend; about i#. atid for the purpose of 'preventtH, '

of ..course, the! work were '.to 6e''per- iPootry comes "nearcf..tof vltaJ truih ."" :. .. .... .-11...!.....,.. -....,-. ,HI"" tr Mr"H'i .. .. .' and the question arlseaHn our friend's waste of materlal'a'bew'te..t bas begirt

termed economically under sotfle Coin- than hI8tor.1.*P1.So. '. 1,1 t ;r. .... ..;, . '\,_,', ', \ ',.'.' '. ,. ,ynndt, } 'tWby didn't; ,get eleven or devised and Is being'

petent general aupervlslon, ntidtsot 3VcaltU( not hl .tbat has .. .' ',rui'r tv l'11I'1",'", I' ., twojveccnt Instead of'nine cents per which Jt Is posslbla to tell at'once'_* f'
J bampered by'legal restrictions M that enjoys Franklin. -":" ------ '1, ',. ;"W', pound* .. wjl I Ialeill! actljTtho mount.of cyanide .of potassium

Fifth-Supportng that your fouuty Invention is' tbe youih j .. ,, ,, I ':" ";";t,,. .. .t-. J will tell\ you'why J he.) :didn't: Every required for; tile,' fumigation
,war divided!' 'Into-l00..acre,(arum,tainl talent of ,' .as. .. "' farmer knows that It he ships a barrel each particular tree. This, prevents'
> 1
\ofXtfif ayerase digtahceall eaci farm Judgment IS of 1I8wltt; of apples,-halfof them good and tbe wasto 9f material and at the same time' I,

""' 'f'rom t1M'mlU'ket Were five miles,' wbflt, He that never leaves hls'own country I balance specked or rotten, he doesn't lucres the pprJlcoVo0: ot sufltdant

'1ln"yo.i*Jnagrtnent'-wonId.b'tlie average Is- full of preJudlceL-GoldonL. ,. get the top price but It be ship a barrel material to effect; the,deslred.resolCTB .
.. annual cost-On dollars,and some) :7o&dg. often: lone a friend, and never ,., ,' .,' :"" of,selected fruit,. returns with the This 1.1! done, by m.1dDgu.eot, m ;
\vojeacu' farmer of our Improved hiiby.V L'ktita'an'Enemja' ::7lmmone.. N f ::- 13.53: -t .l e-.., ".. .' .... t -highest.quotation, providing- market square piece of'canvas or other salts.-,
1 'w| "--.. A **T A A rte .TO'Bt leads.W unhapplne making -"' a .: .' . ,., ',: . , is not overstocked. He must raisesomething ble material,,and on which;Y-'

!! /inrtniwertngttie; fifth question plea so pleasure the chlctafm.r 81 yePp\ ona... a0' -I 1 tar.', .IfI 'I' e "'that'e1'el'Jbod1 does. ,pot .rings Obit within the other. 'As ttv4.,! ,

takeJfitThccount. ; the'l'eclnced .etuFtrensetLttme 'It n f?f""orttii-''Hoi: opla. that* liurlt Y:, f k r / M I a ".. . raise, and thereis no danger of overstocking tent Ii thrown over the tree to be opssv'.,,,
; estrm wear end i tear,and and good fortune are closely unlted.Goet .- ih ... the market, with first class ated on, and as d.. fall to,tbs
loss.,In'.sales';from SD bUltJ'.;to Ucjlycrproducts ( <<,. / goods. First class,goods are always In ground it ,,1*' possible'.to a

when the market( is l>est.tu *Hope: l.*m.*.sweet_, ,"with._'w t'ltiVgoldeu'' i demand ;; .the 'same in tbe poultry business Judge the cubic contents"of tba..,
Averages from,forty eoa n.tlea'in hla i rr, 1? as any other buslnee.-.J. 7.- Patterson by the examination: of .'tb
Stilt\ Jrom which b* was enabled to wings that at his last ,algb, .man s still' I 1 fi fiI fit ; atf:; in',TUe'Cultivator.., ., Knowing the ruble .contwspi 'IIC ,
Implores it.-De la Pena. . ;WIt ;&i
'wi-re..a fol- ; ltitr 'r.. .i .. .. '... .
Approximate I 1' I'; . .:;- iBeon.mioal !:'. apace to be'died there ae
... loWa: -'' 'j| is better to *uff: r,,...oog than;\ do it-, If.' r........ prescribing the mount of, ?
f f
and to bq : 1, will, berm to pltrI
First Tbe aperaj a- estimated- happier sometimes cheated try material to be
fteh4e'Jnlbe-hJllng' rtjca..of: II1M' ud ''than) not, tp tcuat-SaJnucl.JoUusotut ,-, I1f; .'" I trough, and hdpe:J G can make It plalo' Hocord. ; used.-I'btladeip. 4/

to existing: Improved highways is $6,4 fl ,,| is a/xtfarta sfortdne:. tot tl Jliar : :I R 'enough for your to understand., 'I "m >' I r
Tbe from, wuichj i ('nough'I "to well 1b )mafla' ."{w.-" by Ch :.., \' '
per a{ e. estimates speak or not : A11IJ .. Aid'lactiboaide' KIlllBKVrd W1U! Ml ; f
dt odd \ ? "
this average' is made Tefcryla nlost rnough udglhei t to keep .silentLaflrnyaeret : -. : -.. .u'iif > to In some rf :ton* objections rod

cases to.lands near,JJiA Improted rOads, : \ ., It. pncbTnd of trough I'nail A. which' Is raised agahut' thw'tise" of ba'f'a''I.
y e j ill a t'I. J W C; i.-" 1 made of on. by three Inch slats ,witha .
but In a few instances they apply chief cst action for a man of copper sulphate especially ( .
.to' all the lands of the'h' o spjrlt is never to be out of .ctldbt1.he' '... a. ... L ,. slot cut In top end to i receive B. Intended for forage sine it nilglai M.
average crease, therefore, '(of $< U8 ao,1 :was utter put tnto th.bOdI.O ,* .qr WAIST, N1'T n -PIECl: SKIRT LENOTIIEI'EDI3: : ] : f which Is clso a one. by three Inch ,slat possible for animals to get aa SMasftMtt

''per "acre 1* lower.than'waslntendedtfor itnnd.tlll. .Wab.tar, ._ .__.___ 1 *,*_ f nBRE FIXUNCB . ,: sufficient tor kill them., While cwn a'
the lands near tn.Impf0Y4 a run u..,.iSeconi f I I. 1 I . I 1 \ to' ppeslblswip: at",
-The estimated average( IA -o .Uo ,orNTlti...L f ] and ona-halt. Incheswide, frills and of autumn style and give Just the long hardly probable thejtawaJ.ptMtta...

cr osci perocre that wouldVesult from; TJtj City Treasurer of Edhiburgbt one andjthree-fourth; yards of, bendingto slender lines demanded .by': fashion. OTWf:5 of weed destruction, >. K. .j.
Improving'all the ''pubn roads is f>. Colonel SIr'nobert".Cra"ns6n{ ;who baa trim al{ UI lItrated. I j 4Kxr h This one,, designed by ,May Manton- To overcome this difflcnlty ifs. saw of
Third-'The eitlmated..average'cos< of lately; been knighted by King Edward, Is made. of black satin faced' clojth solutions of copperas ( "+
roads' wa ittfon recently bylamiher- *.alnBiy )Faked.:e C/.tam... with "
common' trimming of recommended :
''Converting the public? tailed Oriental ombJ' lderi. .,. in IroDS'; ..
Into, Improved,thigh. ways la 11140'per. del, lerAvbA wlehed'to' 8tte.tb.! Coinbinatlons'of'rucks! ,ind| shirring In dull colors edged with black:''nI1'Ot.', A' 14. ATber : H>''.
mile. I'V $ : colonel on business/ As Slry obert. are netabto in.mnjiy.of tjio latest gown but the design suits all cloakand suit' '" will be frond ."* "f7to t: .

Fourth-The estimated averagenal fiin- ilk most of his associates lsof-the.' aDd waJstsMandT4ee.c, ,, : :: *:<* dli>*IyPffee-; ingmaterials.The. sleeves are special ', stronger solution. than. wf .' IIhM.: '
"a loss.per'one hundred acres, from \oluateer "Corpsjnot; of the! "regular the In the fa hlonabl.lsott..mater1aU.'Dbe ly noteworthyjand smart'' and; in addltlon -: C. A I vitriol is used.Copperas "

poor roads la (70.28.\ i AHo \ arcs Cranston '. inquiry wa* 'for very smart May Mantdb (waist Illustrated to being among the latest shown, solutions should b.: '

then remarks, a4 a result of these. A figures:. J was Informed, wa* out. . shown in white,crepe >d< chinevwlthyokes' The. coat is made with 'a blouse !portioiytbat -. pound of the"chemical toe.atK'ti1M//i.rli//
.1C these'estimate are even lppr xr- .O.b."e..well--cao.; I"see Mr.-;-"' and_trlmmlng_of i Venetian;lace, i' _la fitted_by rneansjof sbpnlder -:. nf water Tho I'HUla saaaala .
then! ?' ( meutitr of but 'is suited to washable fabrics a* and - ..... -
Imatelyzcorrect, they furnish ,a key mentioning!! i underarm seams,and the -- this chemical iM mtG.-b*
,to the satisfactory: solution of the question the firm)., X."Major" :. well'.a* to Bilks and.wool"and to the tunic which Is Joined to the- blouse beneath two Inches longer tbau the trough. .To a* satisfactory as where-the:...... ,
Of highway improvement-frout the is out, too." odd' :waist as well as the entire 'Own. the belt Both portion are B'are,>nailed one by two t Incb slats sulphate to used And' the ........ i.

imoney, ata lIpoln.t. On the beats of the *'And'Is Mr.--out alma The waist'consists of, the fitted lining tucked and stitched WIth'corticeUI silk. twelve'or' fourteen inches long four strength of solution'.required :Mkr "
*I !Jftt>mentioned estimate, theiat, .erage "I'am sorry to soy that Captain with fronts. and back of the waist Tbe sleeves are made in two parts, the Inches apart on alternate sides, and the their cost about the same.' :/v : '.
annual -loss tan acre ,from poor roads bill 'Just left to'attend a. musketry propel: The: lining to Taced 'ttt' form under portions being' exceptionallywide :one by two Inch slats long enough .to It must not. W expected that' all ..

,la''mere them 'seventyslx'cents.. Jn class" the-yoke and the waist Is shirred at and pleated to form the., full, Just reach the bottom of trough wben weeds may be destroyed by: chesstasJs.
five the losses would aggregate The exasperated traveler turned togo the* upper.edge and tucked above the puffs. 'I'" B,.to which they,.are nailed. .Is setla "t leaat Jn an economical way.' glass ];'

$2433 years for every section of land, and ; when' ho was recalled and asked belt Itis' gathered at the waist line Tbe quantity of material required'forthe the slots and three Inch wood pins puT weeds are so' protected by hairs; .sales .

this gum' would construct two miles, at It he wished, leave 'any message. apd 1* slightly full over/the; belt*Th.cao.IDItI" medium size la five yards twentyTCOKJP'COttV j through'at top end to keep pigs from and wax as to render their leaves 1spervlous .- .
effected at lifting It of noconiequence InvbUbly the centre' drawing out .
cot of' which is $70 a to the solutions usuaBy'.eBiployed.
a f 1216 a mile;, bu.Ck.."/The .1le vesJa_ shirred at I the pins. Part with
,but you mighr just dtJ1tToo'1hfnk one by. two Inch
such weeds the of
cost Against use
mile above the estimated average i
shoulders where they form ;slats nailed on.'can be taken .
themselves.* The Of it that Lord Wolseley.fookedlja'tt the oontln- I off; and chemicals :will',be followed; "rtlssi-
by the farmers I :
given with tbe waist giving trough
lines cleaned.
so I
.present' rood tax.,,which under ..existing : -Mf-- !. FM rdeslr L.uow>J.'bJ-oad effectjan< 'rnlness/is I w ej ; small,pen', to, set 'the trough have in_and,a pointing results; but agalait. cbarfoek. ,
law I< la largely 'thrown away; . ? -no. .med "VT**. I JM Pgathered to form soft f&It putts at the when the trough Is JRIM open the slide wild mustard shepherd's parse wild
system of rentmatntenaneeldoubtless !\ "Why don't somebody get born .. r.dlllh'IIDd penny cress they maybe
:would under a proper get wrists. door and- let In'the
keep Improved, married 'or die or run off with -some 'of material ." drink pigs They can successfully used It the application b*>. .
:The quantity required for f + ,, on either'- side; when pigs are
highways/ in perfect: repair."'fa get drunk and shoot the town kill t9 gUren,above.\ :: ), a-{'
J( tUeforegolng: Dearapproact up fo ..tJ.7arda.twe t7Opq, fnchel'wfdo.'tour a larger trough.' This Is the best thing toned
to the truth It follows thai one eU the valuabla'towndogstitim'out ; The solution have been' to retard .' 1i
yards twenty-seven Inchei'Nlde.tbfeq j vieL' I have ever tried to ieep'pi.... out ,
the"toQ" ;'aaa | tp hdltureswhlcli\ some place of business so as to /one-half' yards 'tfiirty-two of the trough* the growth of other dI",,1Idtl1.0:
; A as they have no room .r
farmers acttialljj\iicafv/on/ account .of get the Inllurauc., r. nmdt JlnftClt *-' incites 'whM.! or two sad seventeenth 't1 to get,'more than their noses In the out completely destroying them as 11-

poor' roads"would also secure, pel'QlainenU7. or,,in tact do any/ old.thing to ,.. *rfort3'-four, ,Inches; wide with trough.'-Carl A./WJlbke..1D The Epltromtst low.: Curled dock,bindweed,1 dandy
good, roada. ,pan any aan man liven,ttp uiatters-b metropoUta. the seveneighth1'yards: of all-oter lace and a - :' . lion. sow thistle and gronndseU. If. apt
.1 doubt'the' ,,the case,'the results.:.attained \.
wisdom' exchanging same a* in.cities as el..wbergolhl two and one-eighth yard of applique T ) ...
losses and.vexation old- bur no -., ......y. .. 1 ..;... upon the thoroughness? of tp..I.tloo. Ika-
d laj'i, accidents'. ,dfS ,exciter. to.'cnajce a.luatratedj- -T ; n- ... *r Sk..... ,
,of ,spirit) occasioned by.. bad roads for" ment ofanytkind-basut: bee Q .' ''flsfr.: IklrtsjmadoWilh ifleep" graduated'fionnce r 1" ;Sometimes a colony of bees-will become ., '

tha comfort and other, advantages of to-ekvUl epcountel'forgotten Mal *thaf r"armnged In ,stirring f F' unaccountably i cross keeping a- :tart .. a- c: r .'.
good'roada,, when the cest' .1* ,the bays have atmost ?tttjtrePRet"edte'.rrf'potai' ietutnoagJLrimy.s { l Ault heavy guard at the hive entrance end Among.the beggar that have-,....
I aameT '1Jl"." t" art ,f elf-prottfM Gee! but.thj*' 14vppose I, .../ ..,...qd .W 1 greatly tacklng' any'one who goes anywhere making the town in the last few

From the Investigations and labor of getthig'to bs. tamel'affah'1forth4, rl'!o ay. a 1Jt alJlkpt i. inateloclnd- near them. In sack case the cans of were two littl 'girls.' They ,had

.:-,' men intellectually and moraljy competent .wlldaa Wo l7"' et!l" r flail ci 1tIbldba this Irritability frequently' proves' regnlatioa ,piece of paper.-.ex
'- to, make them the extravagant having .In .thIs ana ndsJa.tbegtt4! rtnUe'li end cottoa,1 The .: J 1 ' have been.. skuokw They sometime that they were deaf aaddwab.1
.-' coat of b.d'roacIJJ ..,' Jodlsputabty 'our&a|: } ( JTN7'sraceM MaytMtaton ueodet Walk 1 t.DDOythe"; In' t we have, they ere not on,,to their Job.,;.At

proved.: >From'the statement of prisonoffldala east wlll 'ihitxtajbr such, onduotut mifr1 ;Lq ate". 'llftPir'1ade.wWatkiekut . seven inch* wide;'|nrj> apde" -balt;( xisnaMy found- them most. troublesome store .they were: asked If,they
.:'. and prison commission, who I \J 1 among .tbd!wildb grpafa; ......& iiagti. yards forty-four Inches wldo 'or two ;.IJtt1lel.lI.; nee a pretty Mttie gh-l's'hat and
: nave had practical experience lac wont .AIu.) nt r.B oaN'l.--i" 'II JUI4"" tat sPrd. and they. fgurtJt flJl'4., ttNl'Io incbec,i One of our aprlarles in particular has then thex started''into' a'Joint

tug oonvicU OB the public roada, the 1 tearnal .. ITbe'l'm t at' .fidcInat.J wl4"i", ,,t>...t ...,i.ql..eJ. !"') for;.;year* app uentl7' been a regular as \'which one' should. ,get"; tt-:
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of Jibe( election wa resumed and after Order for Publication Is Your. : Life Worth" ;:50c1

'Y COUNTY COMMISSIONERS discussing the same at. some length, it. nh Judicial Circuit: lane of '
'J" la Us Clronlt Court Florida' 'US'r t ted luck If So Try a Bottle-lof. ,
'. if was moved by J fitratton.seoonded., Oaoeola C-'I' { LET '

by C. S. Acree aa follows: that seem*' to have no turnIng -

., U.'Reportof the ,..Regular Meet-, h Resolved; That the action ot this a.I
be turned into
:, can a regular
Board the election U> decide
calling $ IMPRESSTHIS '
Ine Hel4LastMonday.KI..hnmee \
and l w ring If consult as
the sale of wines, beers llq- you
_ '>n
.._ ... therein named I* a reeldent of the
City,Fla.,;Nov. 2, Ifi" tors, at their$ last meetingbe rescin. Slate of florid, and hi* iwldaiioe 1*unknown. about the'. kind of Fertilizer
Jed because the, board finds that th.peLIt.ton ...elito aeoreilnr himself*o thai sent, caenuib : for coll.-
The Board of County Commissloi.ers filed 1. not a petition, as required bad upoq him. end 1* .....,the ..* of tw.n- I Write your'
lr-ouo It I* therefor oraerva>tltnl raid for our little booklet
convened at. 10 .. there Lulu yiura;
in., law.
> defendant be and he I* hereby required to appear
present Walter. Bats, Sr., Chairman The motion bung put. !the following to the Illll of Complaint lecl111 aid euie UPON YOU on Fertilizers, which !Is free
on or before Mouday the 7th dy of December I .
t C.: S. Acree,, J. 8t Straiten, A. C was t.hevote; A D 1MH olbvrwi the, .IOI""oD.O' aald. bid i 0 / .for the asking.: ? ,

Bass and J. M.. Walker Commissioners . C. 8. Acree will b* taken atoonfeeeed by laid I dt-fendani. -; ,
F Yeas -J- S. Stratton, It I* furtharordered tbut his order: b* publUhed -
W. J. Sears,. County'' Attorney. and J. M. Walker once a week. for five oou CUUre w....kIn > Gash
Hlahest Price
"- the aHmlmmec ally Ueaette. a newspaper
/ and W.. R.,.Johnston, D. d.j Nays. -A. O.; Bass, (and the chairman published in ...1.. .'''gniy and ntate. :

The minutes of the lat regular l meet; also wanted his vote recorded in I'blto"o..mbor 6th, 1$0bJxo.. W. LIIE: :, ., Paid tor Dm Bones-- <

lug were read and approved. the negative), which resolution was f..s.r..J'i Clerk cl.ul'Court-. Has Cured Thouaaade, 'yCar.
The viewers appointed to lay ou declared carried and the. 'call for an, By-- Deputy Clerk. FLORIDA FERTILIZER' MANUFACTURING CO | You.

'o election called off. /.H.TAYLOR; n ,
the road from the NE rnel" of the
of .. If troubled# with kidney
The application for' the pension Bolloltorfor Complaluaut.Order GAINESVILLE(' FLORIDA. you are
1 lands of John Garritv to'the. interseo Mrs. Laura K. Barnes, widow of c bladder troubles such as drop*

;y ton of the toad to. Bassenger 'near the James A. Barnes was. examined' and For, Publication.,.. AosNr. W, B. MAKINSON CO., KISSIMMBB. :PLORIDA.Cl .' .' the Bright's bladder disease albumen, catarrah in Irune, gravel and
St. Cloud canal and the dlsoontlnu ap roTed. before In th* Circuit Court.7th Judicial CircuitOaeeolaCouoly ,- ,
4spt. n.'F. HallJr., appeared Florida. healthy deposits, or too1 frequent. dli
Rues of the road as It now runs, reported the board and asked that they. allow ._ In Chanter. }. charge of the urine pain in the' band

; thatJJi. y had performed t.heworlit him some compensation for keeping C.t Ilrkiandu.t. bladder, dropsical welling) of
f for Divorce.
h and ;recommended that their report opea the Kissimmee river below Margaret KlrtUnd.: V Bill feet and legs etc e'us. we guaranfa

I be accepted: whereupon. It was BassbiRerj !the board deferred action It appMring br aUdaVIt appended to the bill : A. CAR3ON.' President. \, J on the same until the next meetingof filed lu the.above. stated oanie that MargaretKlrkland Cure, a complete cure will be effe ..'
C. Bass and seconded the defendant therein named !. a
moved by A. by the board. nulUeutollbeitateol Florida, and b.r reildnc ., '37: IZ:: : :DSi ; Price 50o and 11.00.., For sale. b

J. M. Walker That the. report of the The county attorney was requestedto 1* unknown and I* accreting herself .'. Osceola Pharmacv.Mrs. .
+ viewers be accepted and that the road : look up all the laws in regard to thai eenlnuol be bad upon her, and bover ,

' a's laid out be pouted aa required bj I public roads, and report the same ordered the that.utd ugeol twenty-one defendant y".11I1to be and! she therefore I* hereby Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
the. next < meeting required touppearw the Bill ot Complaint
law "' which motion was carried.. being the :
There no further business .theboard Hied In *ald oauce on or before Monday 7th
+ Tax Collector his'don. day of l> oembrrl. A D 1MB, otherwise the allvgatlona .f
/. presented adjourned. of said bill will b* taken a*confessed .. -Wholesale and Ratal! Dealer laHAY . _ ..
ble and erroneous and inbolvent.' list by said defendant. .
Disastrous Wrecks.Carelessess .. It!. further ordered that thus order be pukItahed -
to the board for the year 1002, which onoe a week for five conmcnllv week. GROCEtRIES: :
examined and approved and the is responsible for many la the Klmilmmee Valley Gazette, a ncwxpapcr,
was .' ,
published In said Counts and BUU.''
ii '' auditor Instructed to give film credit) railway; wreck: and the same cau..sare I Thus Nor 6th, 111111. ?
human wrecks UIO. LEE
making human
for the same 1..r..1 l Clerk Circuit: bums. PO. '1U' ."
'I; The bond.ot J. F. .Williams as Notary of sufferers from Throat and By W a JOHM8TON blerk.. k COUNTY AOBNT8
advent ,
Public, In &the sum of "300, withJ Lung troubles. But since the /N TA VLOR. .

W,' Watson and E. L. Lesley as of,Dr, King's New Discovery for Con Solicitor for Complalnao I Celebrated Fertilizers CRATES

sureties. and !the bond of Maj T. M.Murphy sumption, Coughs and Colds, even Notice of Application to Sell 'GRAIN 1 "Y I E T C.Circ.iars .
the be cured hopeless
worst case can
as Justice of the Peace, with Lands. and Prlca*-1p.

J. E..Moseley and A. E. itearden as.uretieSfor resignation Is no of longer Dorchester neces Motlee U hereby. clTen this I will on the 7th J Poir.I..... .. Appllcattvm. ,
.MOO' were,' examined and sary. Mrs. Lola Cragg dr of December A. D. 1WM, petition the Connty .
Ma...,'Is one of many whose: life was )n approved.:; for( an order to sepal private Sale the follwwlnireal ,
The following bills were examined saved by Dr. King's, New Discovery.This estates,rag and being la Oaoeola county. a,
Is guaranteed for aid State of Florida, described aa follow:, HIDES .EUBS WOO
.. and ordered paid, to'wU: great remedy The south half. of the Southwest quarter ((8U ,

'W Baa Br. Co Com and mileage.........:I .4 m Throat. and Lung diseases by Osceola of 8WU) ectlon nine (y), I'p S5, a of K Hi 5 r Laura. S. Webb
.. .. .. Ataobealant.,at the IW corner of BWH o' ,
and 6 80
0 ft Aeree Co Com mileageJ
B dtralton Co Com and mil...*., ..... .. 8 OO Pharmacy Price We. and $1.00. Trial BWU Bee. 2H. T'p SS: it.! R. 82, thence running I I: OQuntry Produce a. Specialty.!! ........._. mla __
A C Baa Co Com and mileag..a?.,. 1* 00 bottles. fre. 20 yard, thence North 140 yards then, West .****.fInk*.*MeI __Y6s.
: : .... tno! yard, thence Booth 140 yard to place ol beginning
J H Walker Co Com and mileage 19 80
t ML-e. Clark sad Auditor....... .. .... 84 00 the same being the property of Lewi "I .*..d th cHnM el life whldi,
.." .-." ".'' ''..' The cotton grower of both !the long Ao u.tue Alderman, minor. Co was 'utKfI... .1...ce4. Win
++ WJA. lntlANOrnej .. 1900J \ and short staple of Florida .are getting t4ov. 204.1 0e. W Cartful, end decided .. fcry a ....
; McCorvoylanllor' '.,................ .. 28 00 .: 1.P. ALDERMAN .
the benefit of the prosperlty-ot .
. the
1 R ... MoO Guardian of Lewis Augustus 11*. I .urian**< ..-., *
ui I> P liu linrrT'ta; Retort" M IMI country. They are getting prices for 1101'-4-6& Alderman minor flr>( .. .. I kept e* UltaJ Itlwt
Ouloe Hretton mde for pauper ... .. .. 1 19 the staple this season and they are ris mnthi sod new I SMnilmiiswMh '
.Maynard Lumber Co. road lumber. .... 1 44 making money. It has been matiy .. and I ....Uk H en sad
Oeo M Rubbard criminal eo ti.J . .. .. 4 74 Notice of Application.. for Tax
B Walker . ...'... 5 M ;years since cotton has sold as well as I e* new Mrill I hv pained.!Om lslsx." '
B: D Bonn making Sorttned cop poll lit 10 00 the prices the growers are getting for Deed Under Section 8 of High Grade Whiskey Female. wenkn disordered
W RJobnMnn.. criminal _&e... ..... .... S 78 the crop.V & County wa
'CF Prsstl criminal ooet.....?.,.".,.. 1ft 71 present : ; Chapter 4888, Lawsof .menses, falling of the womb and JI,
W J Beam ConvlcUon foct.j.... ... ... 1000 Record. Florida. ovarian troiil.l* do not wear pff. '
7 'j A Perdew. medicine prtaoner' .... 20late '.
If blanket for )all..4.... ..vl.-.... ..,.:.w One Theyfuliuw's women to the carnage
gD T.x COl...:.. .... '751 ApasigeroM* Month. Folios Ito hereby given that E.U.:D.OrntretpurehaMrof / wait but take .Wime ;
W B Jobn.ton oil 'Jail. ...... ..... .. ""I 25 This 'is. the month of coughs colds apart of Tax Certificate h'fteaacI S77 Kentucky Exchange of Cardni n..w and avoid' the trou+
I N Tbon palnUnc ban....;;..,.;......... 100 dated the 4th of November A. D. lus0. b!.. Wiu. uf Cardni never' fails ti
Valla Gs.Ms. rinUnc'... ti. 1040S and acute eatarrah. Do you catch certificate In my office, and ha made application
W A C* Oroa Colambar road....;::::::::: 4' ) for tax deed to lain In accordance to betMiit a nlffx leg woman of
f;r Goo H ivey par roll road work October. 417 ne cold easily Find yourself hoarse, with i...... ..*ald. eertlflcate embraoe the follow any ape."in H O Stanford lumber brldre. ... ,..,. .:: 00 big described property situated tn Oamol AND .
; with tickling In throat and Mr V'1, when. she was ta dan.Mr.
a *
........ .... .00 your county, NrU: NEVg of 8W\ .
". : w CFpPr.vaaUfedIprfn.enn...... ... ... .4* M annoying cough at. night? Then, you and twit ot 8KM Bee M. Tp M 8. R 38K.: Thi \\ h..ji)'.' / oomeleUiaohnBgeof
qA J R Gilbert om Co Trw .......,....... .41 11II aid land being aeeemed at the date of the l.- '.I:' :a: E C'A : E. R. LIBBY life Mr*. Webb's lettW will
J B W&1kel'.eI enpnlle*.......'.........f. SOT should always have bandy, a bottle olBallard's .nno*.of Unless inch certificate aid certificate In the name hall ot be redeemed FOoblet. : -f F:7' MANAGER mesa in f to yon UMSI it does ,
OraTe A 0..1'CNII4 npplle.u.. 8MO
0 Newton Irrigating plant 01' farm.. 674 7\ Horehound Syrup J. 'A. aeoordlnK to law., tax deed will Inn IIOW. But you may.e>w avoid tfassnfferinT .b
: 5 Jr.HngbeybalaaeeumeutlMa... ...... 110 Anderson 354 West 5th St. Salt Lake thereon on the 16th dy of November' A D1IWS. i ilw" >en4 r dr DrvggittseU ,
official and
After which the board took a.recess. City, writes; "It gives immediate re this the Witness 14th day my of October.tgaamrw A.D. 1MM., aea I now' have the largest= stock: of Wines, Whiskies f 1 intuit wf WiM.,et Catdal.INEorCARDU .
lief. We know its the best remedy'for JNO. M. Lu.
UDt.111. p. m. these troubles. I write this -Induce (.SAL] Clerk. Circuit Court and Beer ever :handled in 'Kissimmee. All

.14 The Board reconvened at 2 p. m..all .- other people to. try a pleasant and efficient By I W R JOHNSTON. Oaoeola D.R. County, Florida. grades at prices to suit the times. '. '. .

!' present. .
remedy. .23c, SOo and 1.00 at '

} r ,The warraU were signed up In' open all druggists. Notice to Creditors.

r' board. Notice l.b.reby'gin. to creditor legatee.I ;rtTG 'rn.A aE .A. S

M. D. Tlndal .appeared before'Lbe Notice to Creditors.. and dUtrtbateee, a.4.U person bating demand
ualnat tb .._ of Robert H. Lanlerdeoeaaed .
f. ,board and asked that the, Narooosi ,and Mary C. Lanier his widow, deoeaood -
1 lTn to creditor, A TO -
Motto *hereby laa-alon : TRIP EUROPEr
: road lately laid out be worked out, to. I It and dlitrlbntem. all penon* hewing from
of the undersigned two year*
lb. etate Haran A. b.vagt4 ,
which the board agreed.' data hereof otherwla I fi
as prescribed by law *
deoeaaed, to *acme duly antb"ntl>
bond I to tb anel.'lJaed.' within two .. the.-.I.l be barred: and all peraon who '
The of J. W:'Thompson Supervisor eased year a : said
to eetale are hereby requested
prescribed. by law oUurwla the earn. will- lie may
i of ,Registration for $500, barred! and all penon Indebted laid eet.t.are to make.. immediate aettlvnient with i
... .... to make Immediate a iilwmeat the nnderelffnwd."A i
,with D. C. Lee and J. fcePhaUmr ,as with'the' nad..I...... August 5th.A. Dly
!jeuretles" Thin 15U oJ Sept mbar AD,1, *.. 9a8IATZ,
examined and day
fx was approved: l1OBIl.11! IS 8AVAOlr. "A. AdmtnUtralor of the eetate of Robert H. '
The following bonds for carrying ,At Executor of the Xtaia i>f Ianlrdeceased,and'Mary C.Lanter,deoeaaed. t
ana A.Savage,deoeaaed., P.A. VAHcAamiw. . .
:firearms were examined and approved W I B....... Aa raq.. .eh190/.Altersey. ..4-. ... *K
'*lai C.: F. Tlson, O. C.: Peeler E. It. atd P'R B
., Libby. M. P. Tlpds.1! and R. T.Butler.The E R' T. BUTLER E ,
bond of A.TB. Bearden LINE RAILROAD CO. 1 ,
'U you would Uk* U,tsJce j f.
f turned sureties.The' A A I '
SCYEDOL* IK znECT MAY ... .DOI. a trip to DuronU

;, report 'of' the .various Coua 4O M 8T A TIOC8. M 3 ALES WINES. BRANDIES _T | World's P...... Swatoca, f

.ty officers were, filed and examinedand Ton OIIp..t.'I'. ...... ......?.......'. ..... ... Ar 7 OTn 10 Mp G G 0 u.'J ,New Tork CSt) or A.b .;ylft ;::
ordered debited'and' Slla SO7p lie.......,.................Plant City. .......,....>...:n Ar S 22a t4Sp of vamotie ...D.. without
(K phe paid sadcanceled 840* IMp LT......... .................. Lakeland..,.. .......................Ar. 6 Ma flip L WHISKIES a.. MIO.. (litlE > L vtll. b&vlac to pat'),
warrants were destroyed by I04 ell7p Ar...... ",.....,.......... Klxlmmee... ... ..............LT .4O4a 747p ..any of your own money.writVtb ,
i 4al208a Ar.................... .....Orlando....o.e...;....................LT S 20 a 7 11 p 3a.ot.o.VSU. .
i fin In open board. U Ma .,01. Ar......... ... ...... .. ....'ord.......,..,......... .. ..LT 1 20a .26p E Mtropolls
The treasurer's Ii fOp IMS Ar................'....Oraage city n..L" 126. SKIP CIGARS AND 'TOBACCOS 0 f (or BrUoaUiT
report showed'.b.. IIWp ..... .. .Ar..J> .. . ..........................LT 4 Mp .
e;.. .following: balances on hand: 1 "lip '..110.' .AI'... .. .... . ........ ...Palatka< .. ......... ... .........,Lv11cop I alp: \ O F,
a .4 80p 7SOa Ar....v...... ..... ..... '. ,JaekItOD..III.-.L". I lOa 1 Up
P ..400th. *.Tenns..;.........?........ ., $10M m .
a' OThoi ,:;iltnn..r::: ;!;.::::: : :::-T 1128 41 4S 80: 7 30a Lv... ... .................. .. ..... Tampa ................ ..,.. ......j.......Ar 'lo Wp A7 :
!bunt7 School.j ...... 11401& Lv ::. .:.. :..... .. ....,...r...... .Lakeland: .........,......?........ . ...LT 9 Hop nheuser- Busch BeerON '
j: tl ''SeboWSa4D1d.$0.ten./M.- / :' .210276 II2a L" ....."............."........"......DtwI. CIt,' .... .;:;-";-;.. " ......."..Lv 6 6Hp A A .
= L..4.._. .......a.. 6919a. II _10".......,........,.,. ................. ',!......!I..!. !..!I..,.........L" 4 Mp '
'r' M .0' ... ...... ...,.. 11583 II boa L".............._..............-.......kuvll-..... '. ... ...... .. ..ur 4 4Op DRAUGHT, AND BOTTLED T METROPOLISCARTER
.' K .a :.. ., .... . .. IJ87 obr 1 lOnLV................. ...?.. ............. Ocala. .. ... ......,. .......................LT S ClOp L L ..
:) 5 4Op Ar...... ......... ........1.......... .. Oalnenvlll ... ........ .... . .... ... ...I>vll 40p .
\ "' ''J'wot.e1 .,.......,.,....,......._ -SM40I4 OOp Iv..i.j.. ........?.??........ ..High Bprii.g* ......... ..:;."................,.....LT 115 9c J R.VSSELL.f/
"' t 20p LT. ............ .. .......w...,,..p., ..Live Oak...................................." ITlOAAa 1 O Can only .be found in Kissimmee Broadway 0
r..1)kb$ : he presented certificate 1 tlp: L".u................ ............. .I l-upotil...... ........ ..............,... ..Lv S 4AaSZApAr I .PUBLISHING ---
:' r fr' of '. .................:..... .. ..,......W.r State Bank of Kisslm- . I O O eb4CIt3ONVILLE._ .. .'
40 -- STATIONS. -. --- BM6
"dinee. ?;;. . .... 8O5p LT.. ............. .... ..........Tampa -.:.................'... .. ..ArlOSA*)....... I -- \
The: l07p LT..... ......... ...... .;.....PlanlClty... ........... ......... Ar 45p....... I I N BUY 9k'SEWING % ;'
f applications of W.Vbllie 7'00s I 65p Ar. :...... .. . ..... .... ..lakeland..... ................... LT 82OpMa7OalOZ7p N .,
;,, and S. ,,B.. Bullock for recommend.- LT..:........ .. .............Bartow ...,.... ..................r..Lv. 7fiOpSOO I I R. T. BUTLER
< ; ... ..vlt85a Lv .A. ... .. .......... .... Arcadia. .... ............... ......... LT. 6 .8 p....... I :
.,' lions for reductions on tax wale certificates .. 1 Ma Ar.-i.-i. ...... .........FnnmGorda ... ... ....... . ....LT 48 p... ,
; WeN granted. ,118 TATION '. / .: : 11 I N E.

.>6 20p ............, .. .-.-... ... .... ...Ar 00.'IIlOp" -
A notice from A. J. Booth in regard Ar..r..r.. . ............. 'ThT'.........................,,......Lv 6 Ma ,

it 1 ,''to the road' through hi. land and '. ''Dal1 Except: Sunday, .

rWaSaOp' .....'.. ................ .Jnd LlneT mp. Ar Ind Une....................../.1\ OOa < lOp MACHINE
lands he Is agent for was read and 9 SO a 6 M>p..... ...............Ind Line BUPetenbnrgLT Ind Lin.;................ f 0fta'4tsp
1.iafiled ." .. 6 1IOp.................. ......A C 10 L"80. Setereburg Ar ACL, .......... ... ......' t Sna. ,.:. ..
aa Information.'' .: *7p H.. ?...... .............. .ACLArBell) .lrLv A CL ...:............. .......r 742* ...... Do not be>> deceived who)advertl o' (
'1 It having been brought to the notice .. .t..... 40p.,.'.......,..... .........AOLArClearwalerLvAOI.. ........,....._.......769....... by thone
{ ,.,.4. 48p.,..................< .. ...AC LAr Dnnedln I.v A G L....... .......... ..... .. 7aoa.' . e a S60.00 Sewing Machine for r'(
',. M of the boardthat the call for an else ..-... TUp.\.A C L Ar Tarpoo BprlgnaLvAOL..... ...."I71-.." 7 CIlIa ...... MAYNARD LUMBER Co. 'x.90. This kind of machine can. .;>

'. i wwonnnttJdetermine whether the not the ; 78 22 S3 S8 'Mil. { 711 be bought from us or any otOUl"j
t ; aale of S05p 0p t lop LT JackwmvllU Ar > one 11 top t oop 8o6p Lv laekNntite. \ Ar dealer, from fKt.Ogto 918.00WBn1AKK .: .
... Ulquor*, wines been,by their;sa IS onp 6.lAp.10 lAtk Ar Wayoroe Lv S Boa 11 SAa S Mp 114 p. Ar Valdosta Lv e-
ands lite 2 lOp 1140p Ar Savannah LvSaoa S 40a 1 Sop .1011. Ar Thom"* '* Lv : : a VANIBTY.: .
._.Ar- upon oonformltytwlth S J5a 4 top Ar Charleston Lv 11 tee 6 flip! 8 OS 5 Ar' Montgom'rr) Lv Saw and
ipT, :1pAtLoon wa. not.. In III *r' w ml"_ton LT H04p Birmingham ; Planing Mills 1 1Now THE HEW HOME;ISTHE BEST..

,. i Inks law, the matter was taken up, W. .74Ap I 4Sa Ar Richmond Lv OAa 7 Zip- 11 Ma Ar Ar Kv MMbvlll n.vill. Lv710p bola 804p The Feed determines the strength! or '

J J. Sears, (county. .attorney. repreeent- 11 Sp '7 10* tr Waihlngton LT S 4Aa S 4Ap .la a Ar Chicago LT 7 flop weakn9.s ot Sewing Machlnew ,The '"
: j the county, and .T.- P. Warlow 1 2se 9 lie Baltimore Lv 9 17a S Up- 20 atZi in operation.: Complete House Bills Furnished. Double Feed combined with I
t Ar L L"
O ter
4 (W!* U Kp Ar Philadelphia J.".. 4Sa, 11 Ma ? IMp
y'Jnjr Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber
the petitioners.After dis of all
some Kinds./ strong point. eath.l'few "
7 u. 1 SSp Ar Hew York Lv S tSp > 2fta IMa Ar LouUvllle LT 100ai l11 Ho.e /
5 pro and con and readingthe i 7 *'a Ar' Cincinnati LT 11 Il1p DERFJ OMPr-.T. the bent Sewing Maahlne fo bqy. ?AWnte
'.' *, 3it law p* which the board ,took"aii 11 15 a LT 'Montftom'y Ar 17 p .tOI PD.LEII:. :) : ,

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Tuesday Nov. 3, 1003.. PORT TAMPA-ZEY Wiar-BAVAHItA UNLLave : WI mama ctunsnq prlpne ::; parelmaog_ : fl
Port Tamp flnad.,.. '
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.... allpreaent.The Havanna Tueedan, Saturday*, .00.p m\\ :, *."........ .... 'tlUnlnSq.N.Y.Cbio.goIll.Atlanta
; :;matter of the legality of the call Leave ITtvanna Tneadaya 'Ba'urdays, 12 00 noon ,0... 4 4,
,., . Arrive Ky Wed Tuesdays. Betardaya, a SO p n Yf.LeakyuwAa11asT.z.esa14.aeseo,0.1; .
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Arrive Tamp Wednesdays. Sundays 5 M p m.rumavum ,.

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'Terminated 'with'an ugly eut ori:"the Train Stand IS carry Pullman deeper* between New york Jackaonvni and Port
I1L 'dtnln ear service through' between '(avannah and I.....' Cll11 day_b.. between. lackonTllle ) Who would 'keep their'' children .InJY'
:leg of J. B.' p r.l'raDkllQGtoT8* and Washington, Pullman Sleeper Seams 71 and SI between Jaokao vtil. sad iSSw health .
t.-" a stubborn ulcer unyleld- York and Jacksonville aod Chicago without.....n... good should watch tort..hel1ra'1,
Y : developed Coel Lin teamer leave Punta Oorda.for Fort M'',.,. a.4. fal.rm.dtet. landing dally ex: r.ITEETtI1NG( POWDERS symptoms of worms;' and. tem n them tj
+: \ Ing to doctors and remediee I for four Dept Sunday 7. m., returning l<..".w,...I.. m .flhng Pate Gorda 4 p. m. .1 ' '
West anti Havana Ieeve Port .. with Whl".'. Creain V.rmltutre:; I? la'nM ;
Key iteamer. Tamps "onel.,!! .M na. ,. .UII p.m. "
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