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 27, 1903
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00100
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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;, VfiC' ; T.. U.: MOTES.AM willing to I take the ,chances.' This I.-a'' U1111111i1f"11111111111111U1Tt1UU11mfthfm1Uf11n11111111' ' '
parallel case. The saloon keeper of :
: Letter 0<< our town knew that a wet and 'dry : +;1
Opesi !: Opponent electionwas being agitated. when CITY BAKERY'Everything I
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DONT The'womeo of the ,W. O. T. U. desire -, they bought their license and they .. . , ; ,
I to acknowledge the -ooQrtesy 01 knew that the law would Close them :t:: '
some one *ho has seat.them literature up and forfeit their! Itoenne If the town j s' .Cpoi .to 'Eat., .
i"': evidently with the Intention of showIne went dry. With their eyes, open they. ;
them both.sld of the great opes* took the risk.'.. Is it therefore doing H, Fresh' Bread Calked 'and' Pies :Every i: >ai. /
tton of "wet and dry "We found on them an Injustice esonally to vote . < _ _
; 'ro 'New reading the pamphlet cent that w* I them out? And should sympathy for 7
see, our Line 'of Furniture must have been the victims of a great them on the ground rot doing them a 4 '
fraud a. all the fact that bad been personal wrong keep men from voting == Queen Olives:16 and"$5o Pepper Sauce..lOo :.
rockery and. House- .. given 10 favorof prohibition, and to dry The answer to the first case ::: Sweat Pickle. 20c LargeOlass Preserve* 5O.,
I ? . which we had riven credence were clearly! answers the sebond. -put. on 1 S Mixed Pickles, 16o;: Assorted Jam. Glass Jar ,IB .
_ ' Furnt hings.." flatly denied and we' were told that iLe other hand, think of the money =' Plain}-Pickles, 10 and J6o -.,-Imp Sultana Raisins 96c. lb. ,
they were but the vaporing of a few that is being wasted all the time. In
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Horse 1 Radish Mustard. 'I5o Cat'Seeded Raisins 1 So Ib'-: '
; temperanoe cranks. Naturally; we these places from impoverished and E: ,(' '
looked t.o.ee what great publishing needy homes the want and misery of ::: Oyster Cocktail Catsup 2Qo. California'Seedless R's;:'90c '
Two CARLOADS Just Arrived.Chairs firm it was whose authority could 'overthrow children aad the heartaches and bitter :: "Tomato Catsup, 1 6c Currants cleaned*.: 80 lb,. "'.
the utterances of some of thegreatest tears of wives and mothers of the
physicians, doctors human lives'' wrecked here and in E Citron Orange and Lemon Peel CJnnamon," Allspaes +Wd'Cloves
of .t..te.meo'l 0lt7 of our land eternity. Ought not a human sympathy == Shredded. Cocoanut. Mince Meat, _
; who have declaimed against the great to say nothing. of Christian sympathy = Fresh*Peanuts every day. Walnuts, Brazil, Nuts, Pecaner -i ; 1
evils of the liquor, traffic. But w. go out In behalf of these Instead = AlmondsLargest Stock Candy Jn town.'
f Bureaus found that no reputable firm lends lu of the others? "' :
game to the (so-called) facts they are ;.. =: Agent for Steam .''Laundry.
Hatrockg, anonymousr. On looking further we Sanford, Under Wet Regime ar -- r;

.Ilockcrs Iron Beds, 19th with found century age.that 'roost Somewhere they-of them were back were evolved"la hoary the no Compared,,. When.With Dry Sam. p.nod'' |i "Diamond X Butter. Pure,; Frprrrpure cream ':1 1'" .LbPkga'. i '

Book Cases doubt to hoodwink the voters oa'State fhe following extracts from a letter, 1U11U1ttitltlLUIUIU1U1ULUitit11111LUIUIT '
.J .' &04\' National prohibition. Osoeola written Sy a member of the City Council 1 '
Lounges 1* not trying, to reform the' State or of Sanford speak for themselves.
,Kitchen Safes, ,\, '. Nation just now we have. enough to. Read carefully: '> .
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-- attend toat borne "I cannot better answer your Inqulry -
Sideboards., The "Appeal to'the Registered Voters as to the saloon que.Uolt.haJi by .
of Osoeola County," in last week's the statement of a few facts and figure
.. Valley Gazette, signed by one1 of our. gleaned from''*ur elty records, I
,, respected ot..laen.r.deall. directly 'with have simply compared.. the reoord of
i And, In factIT : the Issue her*. The women who haw crimes, etc., for the,,perlod beginning :
been watching the effects .of. the 11' Feb. 1. 1903 (when the license*,>ere State: ("Kissimmee, '

)/ censed saloons tll.. the homes cannot !f..ued&n ending Nov 1st,' iD.", .. ,' .__ ". I
but see much "between. the lines" thatIs with record for same month. the yearbefore . :
'fl' COMPLETE UK all too Significant to them. It > : ( i::!. ....
a there said of the blind tiger"It Is e "Number of cases in"Mayor'* Court ""
curse to any communlt). "It breeds beginning July lit and running to '
Offers to Customers .Evel"7' Facility:
., -- contempt for law." "Xt creates law- November lit., 1903, 226; amount of J
1".De.u. not that !a 'graphic description fines collected on .above, ,' $917.76; Consistent writh Sound: Management:' ',
of the licensed saloon- as we amount for feeding prilooe..I14g.30; -- ,
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DON -T' YOU NEED A: ;HEW STOVE: ? have It to-day In Ktsslmmee? The Amount paid police, S820.00. ,
blind tiger.U an Illegal thing 'and "This was with ..aloolhere and ?Personal i Attention to. .All, Minesi l tn.id.. J
can be dealt with as are other Illegal the next table 1* for same Dumber. of ...... I to'V.r''j
Come and things; but the saloon; pays a high. license month without It: ,
seethe and in Mayor's Courtfrom a: i
-must'
have'energetic men to Number of oases
push the b .ID......'Again It' Is ald: July 1st-11X12, to ,November }sac ,N. ,B..:CARSON,, OANIN.
,;improved 'To call"liquor. selling Immdral In 1002, 93; Amount of fine collected on
Florida is an Insult, to the people 01 above? U30.73L; amount' for feeding
Florida,'to the various' legislator prisoners. 124.33: amount for,,polio.service ,, "
Iron King who nave legalized the sale and to the 9459.00. - .-
various governors who have approvedthe "You will note that,the. number of .' -.. ,- .-, . .- ,
sale.'' Must we then submit it- caMe tried were more thai double lM M + .* HM-
new patern, or, a'>. see our best and brightest men demoralized during the wet. perloo. than they were + '
,' their reason dethroned and in the dry.- .Also the amount of fine THEKissiminee : <
handsome Steel their baser nature developed and yet collected nearly double those of the
1 say It Is for the best interests oV morality dry term. The expense for feeding .,
Range. ?. Not-with the Governors or prisoner* o"el"u time a* much, Ice Comp tl
legislatures of Florida does the responsibility and the amount paid for police nearly _
,/ of ,the, licensed saloop double These fact speak volume I "' '
Our Crockery Glassware Lamps rest., but.?.with .the voters whose wli; Then I will say that l'have seen at I' Is Now Ready for. Business.. I : =...
they obey." least ten-times-a. much drunkennessand 1
and WL .1ow"Shades' But we are told, "This question l ii disorderly conduct on the street TT7 E TAKE ''THIS: .' METHOD OFIN; ORMII q jH': $':\tEO-.
Rugs, ..Mattings primarily a business question. ," and than I did before. I note this.toothat
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Y pie of Klstlmmee and oonUguout territory that iSOwmanufacturing
Isl. Inferred that to the licensed saloon merchant are finding It "harder +
are. BEATJXIES. Is due our business prosperity to collect their bill now than I whenwe i a euperior quality of ice and solicit thelr'p.4ronyefor
Is It not an Insult to the men who by' saloon. There are men on
had no the eame.. At a large expense*we have egulpped our plant
Whn 'inspectHARDWARE the wise investment of capital and bj my book who owe me long 'bUll that 1
: bonest. toll have brought prosperltj. [ never had much trouble with in the with the best machinery='that moneY'could buy an4aranttFpleased ,
ing our, furniture here to give the credit to a bustnesn dry times-and I know they are drinkIng which 1, simply absorbing the. fruit more than before lean only account week: We are;profoundly grateful for'the .encouragement fir
ask tb see the new of their for this dellnquencv now' on given us and ab endeavor 'merit a'continuance'; ,;YOW:
The women of the South have neverhesitated that ..ra. I trust &..bdoLe may be : .
to make any sacrifice for of use to youV Faithfully yours, -,, will and patronage by atrafehtdeallna-'down weight.and i
1s6. Automatic. _..;.Drop- the land they love, but they ask In all ,' .'I. R. y roods. '' Ttokats on sale after to-morrow" and stet;.,..... 111. W
sincerity. I. it necessary for our town "Po S.-I am on the Boardl,ofBAldermen : .satisfactoryFree; delivery by our own w /14 Head 0 Sewing Machine or county that we give our boys as a and know about the city bus : .
: M, Oardner. who will handle our preeWot. : : _,
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sacrifice to Its prosperity? Must they loe*.''.., >' , : ' - .
X spend their earnings ,and ruin their vVery resveotMfcrt -
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auzi ; young manhood that the saloon keeper PRESS REPORTER.Cttlo : : D.-W. ;..''SUMMERLIN' ,
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. and may pay our taxes? We await the 1 Pitons"101 ,M .r. ,
new ,convenient answer of the ballot on 1'010..18' and : nq
believe It will be an emphatic. No! rssdoClosed Florida *** r** >*+ 4+jM;'+jM< *"+.' +< 11 M > M iWl_ .fM > | i'.ltd' tJ'WVWWW
and'at abouthalf The.cattle business between -' '
t' r' If It be true that the prosecution of
i' .. sixty; blind tigers ... depleting the and Cuba ha closed for the:.reason, _. -: ., : ., ._ ; \.. . : :. r
'' the price of treasury-of-DeSoto coun#', we cannot and there will be nothing doing In this J *' -


wipe out the >,curse--In. every form; In this business are now 'employed( on ,

ARE. YM GOING' TO BUILD ,A HOUSE? such' natural perseverance leave our defenders oftuso miss in the bring the men, handrofour success.We of our. other, "Io"Y.| l .nn-K? '9f r VferajffSl&Wup t\ . I Ayoo'MOrtfl f ..G+RAVE8I4, :

...: county, and to the guidance} of.God In ,An ,Idea of the Immensity oir Florida's 'TO '-, ', '

whom wa have put our trust. .cattle trade with, Cuba.. may' 'be ''' ., <:
)If so, get our prices onSasn, Do. 'Signed for M.the A.-FAJUI'SWOBTH.W. O. T. U. f Pres.. gained'from'some .figures given-the THE: W.,, B.. ;.' M'. K ,NSON 9g: J'
MRS.
::1 Times by'Capt.'Jame* ..McKay. During <>- ...... ... '
Nails and Paint A ,"in. f
Carloadjust 79: 4'9911' 9f ,Tiger* ended hi 7
steamer
I @ligd 1 the season l Havlug ,
Hardware of
1 purchased the, business the .W.k>fi,
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.. 'h .. Tbe .Issue before r ufe now" i. .tbe licensed . 1<<).cieel13.110' bead 6( cattle, at Tampa. kinson I Co. we take.this method of informing tta':buUk .
.ltoluolJ""II1.aU... have it?, Our Mlakka Punta Gorda and Miami and -
and
fact of Ucitin
: ; ) high license. friends tilamoMug for-it, l losing 102. These' stele '?
uses as a buggaboo .Ihfl possibility'ofthe l&l1dec1I.014" $174.290. , :given ur pr degot$pr; Our motto will ba,A fy.l\ta.lWSi\ ;
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CD I blind tiger in case the;' ialpOns 1 cost ifs Florida IMS Of' B90ds effered &t live and Iftt'iliy;,, *.."prfcisa,; QQ1 ..
are voted out.As friends of the Idj&1 Oa bis feebooner!! Royalist Captain '
11 o I'.arnbi'i661irdWAI' BullderS, ipples--Sash,' 'Aoora1' .
imSee the'only evil Mti&Mh'lpp i l : option we are opposing 1,0501 ,
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t ,Paints Oils. Putty,"Olas.. -Guns. AmmuntUon.Sportlna"o..uaU ;,
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> have before u* When
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we ,
which died .Those;
route.
62 6f eo
catIle ;"
Pllralelklogs .
House.
Of end
p town and o3: oppfxwed to blind tigers, If they come cost 113.13 within the next month.: We will be pleased to,'.have your

0 .much as.the open saloons,, now. ,/The aggregate cost.of: cattle mdretl. trade 'and wll| endeayor to merit it;; ,.by. f air' dealing, 'courUoutreatrnent ,
'4.C tet U kill them-a we'ooma'tO'' bem. by these lao vest*!* was Sioo.020., and " ''"' -- r
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yeasopableprices
:\:. who ;
; j. Will our b0h license friends are Captain .McKay estimate that be *
poCD CD.r-f ., opposed to blind. tigers now unite. hipped one-third of tile cattle shipped . _.-: "" -.1,; >4..rl "
o ;. with us then/of It Ihelf' argument,'a from Florida to Cuba during the pas
3 '* 1N! us'have AT THE IVlAKlNSOiMiRMQUFT '
NON '
threat that if you ? eason. | !f-
1zQ' rd 03 'rg H liquor lawfully we will bfly0-.lt unlawfully The, other two shipper{ weMMrfke* -.......... 'R, '" .. .... -, .BWLDINQ4' ,
CD If ? .Surely many are at l if".' 'oo Dro. and Tow!** & Lybaa It id es' .". "" ,. , ,
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good citizens for'that. Let's see Up! atd that Lykes Qros. moved :? !. :: -
about :
b.o .. :' :,conflict.. -: . .... . ., ,
.I I 02 K, side they will be on when that 111btXt, head with thdfr steamer' Finite : '.
I comes, if it doe.. ..Is It. not a sad commentary and &ii-l( on. the citizenship of ourcommunity probably shipped, 11,000. bead by

; 'InOur New Store;; lawless tost to intimate'they cant that be'controlled.they:...arco chooner.... and svger."aTamps- :Times, ': &:' ,6Q.S i S1PECIALC1,50t

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, by law?: We're"" .'a better' opinion .of- Rlsaatro, tt'tftk.' " :
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Csrefess. It retponslbieU 1Q1'1'::'nf' '

e ,t That FI te'lpoUihe4 If a han'buy* ahorse. that Is threatened rallwty'wreck, and the isms ca'I/tfk/ >, IBS:, 'BONE:.FLOUR' .and( 500'IBS.-.- H.;)'GV POTASH
Oak Suit of Furniture with stagger, and be knows., It, are, making human' ,human '"wreokiat '

Worth60.00: bttofc k. he, in any case rlll'hUo the horse demand dim his. with money thests.ai .uffer' r* from ; Throat, and MiXed '$ '$44Ls4'' 'In QQ.'P9IJD' 1: Sefks.. .. ,

. whIch war willGIVEAWAY ? =-. Would It be unfriendlyand Lung tt"'l1b:eIIt...lint since the advent .iI....,.--. --'. '...,--.-.-v-----. -.. . (A ,
liifcfloral 1 to let him lose the whole of Dr..I1uI'.d New, PUoovery for Con- r.I
.' t : : thingl&very' one will readily say not umptlpn,' CcWsft'and Colds, even : ea'r'ed: I t1% J't to Fi d yduh.$ri JJ"iFr'J: 'i'i e ilh'.lrJl', :

"' He bought thW! bores with '1hte'eyeiopen the worst w cured and 'nejt y cfap '
v ". cases pad bops ; 1'hitfrltxturd'., fd,' the, f/fij..bestycu smstd ve-
poffgfftjtfyTi' arid he'wai
the.
'ftrst'' to { leis resignation 1* ntf ''fcwgerneoes* them. ,being. .over -90' :'
on : of January .. . .. '" ...JI..:"... .'
lot' .A 8ICK ,Day IM.oee' .arry, \Mrs; Ix>ls Cragg ..c next. Every .,50ct9 Meer. is .', PerIrlce 'C' . ,r,,
MPMtif ,
# taken .Jdc << pne of. many whoa t Trig:wa e. J !ooa. \
k x was severely with kidney <
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spend or 0ay on 4
you inst. laved by Dr,,King's -Jfew DiseWery.Thi .' "-,,, -j. ., ? .
< ,trouble. I tried all of medicines 1 iji'-T.! rtf S' i- '" ..
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..,. : t fJl '. a" 'your'!''a account.chance.'gives, none of wbleb'telle.ed me., One4a1. Throat* great sod remedy Lung diseases Is,: ''guaranteed\ by: Osceolaarmaoy ; for: ',. : ;,:$36; ;I.Pei ,Toe;, .1. ,0B.Xissknme: ; ., ,

you ., I saw an add. of youth Electric nit 1 11} F 1VE;TON, LOTS., $ask ' ,+
tore'anddetermioed to that.' After Ph ,Price 60c; and 11.00.. Trial. : POri'in Qtta% tf_ 'f ( ,
try
: . ',; i. > : taking a,fetf doses felt relieved,.and >ottlefre.i; -- a_ 'Wd fttrtlleh' ,full:,: Q.'U.t' Jor..A \P'.rt.i.i1>zea.and

; soon thereafter was entirely cured,. and y?* (Crow Wkat lion Ate,7< k'.IIf't, licaty.on, request: rWd sa UQ..It1ouJIIMfoD.:! : and. ,. guar-

i) .W" 'W..AT": .QJ I. have bore 6f no mine seen have'sick: a'day been oared.lnoe;of. Nelt Rbeumatlim.Neuralgia .'. Whe;' o1 keko'.Orove'r4Taetaiesa tanteyoufliaer.fo* \ : .... -:.,iiiJ, .* :. ?' r- :*i-" :>K *> -:: .....F u
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}' Liver,And Kidney Chill ToDio'becaus*"the'.rlOl'll1w. *.i-1* r..t'W.Lt : .i f pw ;
"" .. > .trouble! and General DedUlty''--'Tht*' plainly printed on .very.bottle-show| 1 itrr: t. ..''4,,,, , -,,,,,,. ,,, ,,to, _.,Z. ,jsoik ,
':'- ; \ ., 'F.''B ... of Fremont, N. C. ng that. It I* shaply.Iron and Quinine ) t rs'''' ;<<;t 'f" Agents.
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fj 4 j "-.k i' f 1) larly f You to will us .: ; Livery ;SIlo i PeerStable.

UI fcATS"UDlltJM.' the :. '
JEAN . last as
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'\COP"" ..", Soaa Bo..*V4 110... 1WT.JCnAITER .. about .' Stable.
"I will not
"VII.Contluued possible.for him to retrieve himself in Own'ee. not : -- r t.

( ) tlila. State in,eousequence of his heavy ly that I .
80'!hp' days xrcnt'by: some of' them debts: We' are going West because said
'V dragging .heavily,, some' all too ,wUt,. there the field seems good. California conviction"No. :
through the remainder of the nuinmer; Is', charming especially Southern Call. more to her Finest Turnoufe. in Town. IAen.'forStandard

and Jt w"autumu'weRthe, ; before the fornla add we will doubtless meet !
affairs; of ''Ual'Old'Grabam', were settled with pleasant people. I have long de- knowledge.
Good-bye, !
enough to admit of bis leaving. the aired to travel through .that State and
City to open a new life 'In a new field. Colorado and Oreon-tho. brave pioneer ,voyager'"Goodbye: I on
'I COfflDanJ.
I k After Aleela' vain, attempt to bring sister States of'ours, you know, .
seemed ,
about some adjustment of the affair I and here the opportunity: opens I to '
tb*>ease we. ttled.and abe was closelyexamined'to : "Of course, we will be that distance growing ,t

: discover It. possible .from home; but 1Call.goes.well,, with from her ,
1 whether -or not there remained some us, we shall return as soon as tboreTsadii whatever' ; ,r. '

means whereby: the creditor. Palms e of.paying. these .drelldtul bands upon .KISSIMMEERIVER
Earle should receive his due.. Fort debts. You can,' too, come to as-next friends left ..
four weary hours she was held in the summer Instead of going' to" Europe weighed :

witness st..0<<1.. iFof-four interminable if you wish, audit. isn't h.lf.o bad! as away: to-.the '
hours these med argued to prove.that going to Bee's Sandwich Islands or to them ROUTE.STEAMER

Harold Graham bad not given up all Siberia! Now that the wont-trouble handkerchief : .

that he could and should to meet the Is over Harold needs rest and change. ,
r demands against him. The poor dear fellow Is terribly In the home "' } LILLIB STEAMER ROSEADA,

',l And what old they: prove? That her worn!I" "And now." : Captain Clay Johnaao. Sr. Captain Clay Johnlon. -Jr. v

,fortune.was gone'with her'husband's "Yes," sold Beatrice., tearfully: patting ail the' bay : Regular weekly: trips to'1'atainger. and return: Roseada leaves KJsslnv 1

that nothing was withheld'save. her ,her 'sister's hand "poor dear! I' ocean mee Tuesday morning and arrives Klsslmmee Friday.evening.

diamonds, and those her exclusive Just hate" John* Winthrop afresh everytimer deck proving Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers on. the Ullto.: ;,
property; and besides this nothing did sailing away:
for Rale.r..on.ble.
Comfortable accommodation
passengers. .
they prove save how true'and'noble "Your hatre /doellD't move him. to a'new life ; The mo.t'plcture.Que Waterway In Florida..

was Alecla Harold' Graham's wife, Bee" said HarloD.'ID' her cool way; must live for For Passenger and' Freight Rates apply to .
though not shadow of softness "for he hasn't asked'.for love: I have no fear/
a or your CLAY JOHNSON, SR.. Proprietor ,
yielding her John ,would not allow him to trouble 'You are : / !
was
granted by my FU.MAN .
.Wlnthrop. counsel for. Palmer Earle; conscience to such au extent It'Is bad under his Onboard. "Llllie Klsslmmee, {

>not sv BhadOw'of'turning/ even"'when enough for Alecla and Harold' to go hemence. :

he discovered that there remained no away: without giving grief or thought to me with t -
fortune oil hers to be ,Ieldedto her to a stranger-! i what' t have
'husbands'ereditors;' even though he "He'd call them crocidlle'a tears, One-or two eVER9 HIS OWN -oOeTOR.a

', ''knew that the handsome house upon anyway Bee If he knew, "tr'! added I enading the "By J Hamilton "ycra. M. TX,
M':'Ithe avenue belonging to her was given Cora. turned to look : :

:, ? 'up to meet, so f arras It..might, the.se.I "Nevertheless," said Alecln.- quleO,., I by. One A eoO-page {llnstrated Book, oontainiag.aliable Information per-
heavy demands., : ', J .r r rumpling' up the. brown curls upon other rested : using diseases of the human system, showing how to treat and
NethLng'mo edhllu; ; for down In his Beatrice's head as the girl eat 'upon "I refuse : eve with simplest of medicines Th., .book contains analysis, of
ltbearfhewAsfstniggnng'! to'yield, and the' rug at her 'feet-"la spite of all iny'husbond,' courtship, and marriage; rearing and management of children besides
_ |V his will would not; for he 'believed it this Bee, ,dear. I am certalnthat; Mr. Golden Gate \ valuable prescriptions, tecipe etc.. ,with full complement.M
TO" weakness because of a woman's face Winthrop simply carries out his standard may: open facts in maUrla medic that everyone should know. ',
f.: and would-Ue ;Injustice to his client. of honor toward his client. He is old 'The This !Most'indispensable adjunct to every well-regulated household rill btsailedy I

i J .AleclaV blotber 'and sister were bard in doing so. .but be Is an"honorable sweet, postpaid to any address* on receipt' of price, SIXTY CENTO.AeUress '

upon Continent at,the\ time of her man." fait '
husband's failure, and learned the "And setting: aside honorable men "And It '
_ ,..,startling news through the columns of and crocodile tears and John iVliL-" Graham pr ATLANTA PUBLISH1NQ HOUSE.t"SWTD'. : TA,'"

.."|the 'topers ''only;'.for Alecla kept any throp" added Frances,softly-Frances mination. :

mention of It from her letters; and was sitting idly at a window looking would- grind -. -- -. _. - 7-
jtathey started for home-a* soon as arifijtrangements' down\ upon the ,avenue-"It still te- debt/ yet I
could be non-led,' for inv mahisr' a self-evident fact that dear against all Ij

; her home she was the sunshine as weU little'Alecla. and her husband are goIng gain a :
aa in the'world,cud thoU nearest and' to leave us next: week. There is luxuries and Florida East Coast Ry-A

-LiAleare.t would save her nnpleasantnesior no use. arguing with them I: know I will not be I

,: harm"i6hr as Uy'In human pow mamma and Marlon and Cora and thum that jss '

ceNo __ '. ? Bee -because when once the minds c of ambition LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II 1903] 1
word 61'reproach was spoken of those Grahams are made<< << up to do'thing a Earle!" ,,

her husband's carelessness in this tnt that thing they will do if It is But Mr. ourniouND-aEAO POWN. NMTHSOUMOIICAD Vf.Dally. ;
f :fortunate Investment that had lost a In human power.. You couldn't' turn blame aa his 1
princely them any more .could Alecla, her ,; 11I0." Maalj| Nasal ..*.71
fortune; no :word was utteredAmoQV.tLt.i9 \ than ,you turn .STATIONS. .
DUly.CARS
Dati, S Dally I
: ) fay( perfect: love and regret the crocodile's tears to pearls ' ens beyond, I

h and encouragement. Harold Graham "But we can'never get :yon ready: togo land. "Mr. M .. 49k L................'...k..n"I1I... "............Ar T18T P
had too, long been, .to them on ,In one week. 'Leclar' cried Bea promise the & P ... ................?....I..k.III..L" 01 a SI P ,
v I" lOMa ........ ..........Aa..U. .....SSOs I Ii EIe
Ideal honorable man for them to question trice. "You can't go so soon. I shall 'considered It f&I p I 11 Ma..................... lla* lacs.."...............,... lla : iW
his integrity.; Mrs. Field' insisted tell Harold that It is Impossible." both Just : CLASS .'_.. .............. .... '' .11I:1 '.
*' TKAMM "HlsTOB.Fa.. .....,...... ..... ...LYAr.4 .im .If
.upon their remainlng' at her house.and "And the only benefit that,:rou will "What haTe TKAM FIRSTCLASS !. Istka................... / T't' . !I. 0 z -n.
admitted no denial'i when Harold lerlvo from .that information will be tier husband, M.TKAM: .. .s ... ................ Maia...;....,...........LvAr .. -..... .. *.D- m
urged-objections; and from the mother to learn that Harold tak'-s.Alecla's'. denly and FIRST! ...... ....... .........San M''..... ,.................. 'e to a 'I'p w e '
y : to Beatrice word N4'l MTEAr......,............N_...... ........... 4 loG 1410':
,the :youngest of the against the world, Mistress AledaT I : ? .1111' .
( BeejT : : ..............::..Bon nail.........,............ 4 oe i f
family, they all-:Marion and Cora andw aid Cora. my pride '"*'>PEAT ..................vupoat...........'............ tea 1 I 1'-
.. Iii 19PEAT p .y:.. ...... .. .......... ...
j .., FraDceoe--cav: only: ] good cheer to this "I descry is no guilt P ......:::. ..:::...otndona .........w".w... p .el ..
,favoriteaiater and her husband. 1- ,That Cora and I. And then TRAIT p...................forlOr+aiia.......**....*.*...s I., -r .. I
?': '"I bate that lawyer of Mr. Earle'sr At loggerheads will live and die!" his << ONTRAIT ; I 50 5)p ...................NfW Smyrna................... 0"0'
: eyes
."' '. place like 14 1$ t$P .....;.a............O.k 11111...... ............... '1111 :.rill..
s-no 'homL"said .
cried Be.trlwIth flushing--cheeks a-black letter TRAIN .............TlWiY.lla-................... 1".1'I" '
: 'and sparkling is Beatrice wickedly: "Maybe I : II 1 :::.::.................Ooeoa._.................... 1 It' nz 0
eyes.: "He the only know vividly out CARTRAIN ERVICE i p ....................ttacklwlira.................... I
; one-wbo Is so hard upon Harold. The Just as much as you do about of,storm,and CARSON: : I II I' ...................... Oalll.........a.,....... I :lit A
others Alecla and Harold Cora Field r' CARS 114 ala fl ...................M" .lbourna.................... n" I5OA
are willing to give him time to 10 near ** P ....,...".............ba.u... ..................., )o ...
: retrieve himself. but this John Winthroprrve "Maybe you doff! retorted Cora, witha to: save 41.. .........,""...... .,. Lu..la..r.. .......... { I U .r. :' ::0)0
.v . .... .. .... ...... ........
_t significant shrug, of" her shoulders. : MaItl { p. .. ... .rt.rirea.: .r. ii so. .Q
got his ,name by heart. I envy drift ..................Tlbbal....................... I p III 57 -
'assure yon. for, I'll noC-rotet.him if 'But as Harold is coming; maybe It eternity. ; : 4la ...............>...... Eden.............,.........,.. I I' h. sse ".
the time like would be aa well for your to keep tat ; POR SLEEPING SLEEPINGBU 4*a ..................... i.n..n ...................... I' .. .1 III Z .
'comes to remember-is trusted In and I" ...................... f 10 pa ;II C %
} adamant, and urges Mr. Earle to thevery -and your doggerel-te yourself, Bee." could not THESLEEPING / */ . .................. Hob C. 10 1/.
'" "And this is no-way discuss AJe-:' ARLfFET 4*a .......... ....... Wast I .." ... Z"
__ last extremity and Is so general- the fiery: 4Ma4Ma 11p........ .: ....W*>'" p
\1: hateful that I wish, I could tell him cla's going/* said Mrs. Field l'I'aTeli.endellTorlng p ...........:........." 'u..1:: I' .teap.t'1. ;
iLwhat to be heard above this Babel fFET THE $ ea 1, ....................... I P SMa ;11)0
t.thlnJCot him. Maybe he isn't "Still." .01. OIp ................ .I'&. p fl. )0 _
wt, 4'" used -to-'bearing' the truth' but he'd of tongues. "You girls are as bad anxiously as A 1 SSa p ...................& I" T n. i Z
1 M. ...... Tea
p
hear .It thenr , l. as little children, 1th your disagreements fog the ship teoa t i AT'.',.'.*........a.... :. C T IB.O7 ,i iBOIlBDULE8
"Which would utterly crash him ofT ; It 'Is enolllh'"TO'drITe one die.tracted parture. "I ; BBA2TCIX LINES.
t, courser said Marlon. ..Ironically.J. to listen to you. One'cannot It isn'.t his .
9 ,Bveu n.1t hasn't talk connectedly or think with any: .
: J.? one so yet for I vestments .AXTOUD BRAHOH. o&Airoa CITY BOANOH. P
y
,met him Just common sense among yon. Come to
iQ DOW and he still trod the course, "he ; i .
.. .. N.. a.n
Na.IIuiYllla f a
street my: assistance. HaroloVand order ,
like a veritable Prince of the bring which was STATIC*a Du1L L.n jD.tt I $ rT.noaa Dail I DM)?
Stony Hearts Miss Bee." said a ont of this chaos" she added as its .........Ari 1 18 p '
laughing voice at the Graham paused In the doorway: his security; e. ............Ml .....".....AH I 07 pt { p ISIOaLv,.N. Smyrna..ArI. 'p I/p u
'1' ""IJ door. aa the never saw : ........... *a...........Ar.il 11 a 4 p it ii a .*. Lki .Va.4. 13 }P S ODb
footman announced ere seeking his wife as they always .. ...: .
t. :r. eart-as-ho-has v..roMrprl ? ; Arit,, so p r II UaII LY.Oranr City.Ar q {{
'. Mr' Oregeirjr Beuonh.: t." sought her during this weary: time. him a good S Ar......,... BaatJ.Mi .,,......LvIiSO a 0 ten . ,' r. .Or. Je..Lr i/Y tt
w 'J "What shall I ,do to govern these chat a.21 N .IT Na.lt N 20
** .
>.* terboMs when Alecla trice was sail BZ.SnilXATFOHT DBAKOH. iir ana.Only.. D.Ir
CHAPTER VIII ; you and are as he walked ;: Boer .
f. onU must ; !
t TAZZWLL; : you go""You the ..,.. ..
SOP lOOSaMils. p IMa Ly..Jaek.en4111..Ar T SaT 11 Mp .
Aleclar! are'kind" he said still with had an / Cmi S SSa l>.... .So. Jaak* n.tU..n./,. ..",... IT a if up = p
feverish ; teems e.Lr..P.bioBrb..1., ...... Tesat UMa
a Tea, that strange; 'relltJ..nellt'of p
mamma. ,.m-f f' Then they: p 10 M* imp ,11{a LY,.....Atiantla 11.aeh.Lv .,....:. OOa4Ma 11 4ta p
; v"Why wU yon and Harold be to;absurdly voice and manlier crossing to his wife. subjects until : liana p / a. Ar.....,, ..May port .. ......LY ....,... 11 MaThaaa p
proud aa to give all "Yes, we'must, go. Mrs. Field-and at ,
op h.pme l town station : tb. whloh b. .
Ttma TablM show tlm at tralnt may aip t a., t ties, hide yourselves from friends who once I cannot endure this life much the train'' to Iron tba aavwral atattona, bat arrival or npartar at th. tlmaa alatad I* not iiiarantMid.Har ;
t f love you, and go to the other side of longer" nue. Here : tram.d(ts Company hold ItatU raaponatblo for any dalay or any oouacquanoa arlslnf tkrra--

# tJa..countq' because:, misfortune:has There was a,fierceness in his voice burst, were : :
come upon yon? YoU know that you that startled Alecla. although ,she was gentleman ; KEY: WEST AND HAVANA
are ,more than'welcom.'to.your'' old outwardly calm. looking up to him almost ., .
; homo while'' Harold retrieving,him. standing at her side.. apologize. As KNSULAR AND 'OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI 1

'f5 self. Misfortune is liable to fall upon "We will go. then at once dear." she ing from r I la Effect April 13,1903. .
any of us;; It is no crime.., Why should said., '
ter addressing j SOUTH souwo. NORTH .
yon go away .thought it.were'" .But farewell'was a :harder word to stiffness : LTKUnlSna.TJtur..........'........... a 0t. LT R..n. .. f I...OUNO.B ............,.. M <*.- ..
"Or as though yon were defaulters! utter than they'thought' during those >or g.y "'..*".....Thur... ........ 571 Ar K., W..{ Moft.. Fr* ................ I.'i>" .
girl's quick trfiry W........, ....\:.............. 0"1' LyK..We.'Ta, ..1................ 11ArMI 0.
e .Jcllf.rlo her hands among the em. hurried days of preparation. ing to her ArH a T rTtMnnfrt...................... TIAa .mlTu<-... 8.&......... ............ I *0p .""'ii!
broidery silks la her lap her eyes: lifted "Still." said Alecla. to her husband, raptly: ..
: Tot .op? of Z.e.l Ttm Card or other Inform.Uen addreis
'' for the moment to her suiter's quiet when their lot teemed cast specially: "Who is : anyBOBGB .laant .
,face. hard places, "think of how many strange face '{
"Or the naughty: children'who threw friends we have proved. true, Harold though you, '''I
{ tone* at the prophetsr' added Cora. dearelt.-I. him. I didn't : ,

) .. ."01' hide In.thfLWoo4. for robins tofeed. "ADd.abe repeated this assurance to so cross r' ,
; >because the wicked uncle wantedtheir herself< over' and over fighting to' bo A trod:..

money supplemented, Beatrice brave..aab'Unl hide her own sad .
In her swift defensive voice ."I wish ness. .No one knew how she fought for most his thought pleasant .... ... .. .. .. eno

\si could' send John Wlnthrop to'the that, unbetrayed: In her comforting he laughed. j'j I / .
Sandwich Islands to be eaten by cannibals words and strong faith. So the swift "Really )

It's) no more than. he deservesfor days of the week went by: and the day: "you. have not : We Do Job

being po hateful.LThey ." or departure was come and Harold I[ can be! But Printing
a .- wouldn't, eat hlnv Bee." said Graham and his wife were booked aa tion. although
.
Cora, soothingly: : "bemuse heistoo. passengers upon .a. Pacific-Mall steamship .'' whlcU: many: (
'tough r- bound tor Asplnwall, on their, Wayto humble B
I' ".-fAnyhow.they'd scare him!r'retort California. . your ceases your I : Of All Kinds '

i1 e4 Beatrice,unmolllfled. ,"And somebody "It la ..eareeJr'7et: time for autumn trice.ls-John : J . ,
: ought to lower his pride! storms said. Alecla, arguing down the (To J' -
,AlecU laughed more because of. fears of their friends, "and the .sea I e
.their protestations, Irom lightness change will urcellent for Harold I : !I

of. heart. haTe DO fear of the water. you know. "What' do eWe Can Please oo. !
"Ton most not think tit our going It ODe grows to love It aa one loves the habyr, a"Hlldegirde :

thus light,"' ahey' aald. presenuy.. unable kills as De gains confidence" ,< '

,,t t "', _to_ speskjit..Jlrst.. pecans*,..of "But I..coDldae-er. never gain confi _'*?Goodnessl .

.. t'Beatrice's lavish' caresses. For Beatrice denceprotested Miss Ben .Cather- to. select such! I I : ...... .... .... .. ..

Woman-hood. wood emphatically.: She was home "I don't 'I!
: -Harold baa lost, everything: from Fir Island and on .deck, of the 'poor 11.
rUtroac ;those fraudulent mining' la. course.' to'bUi! godspeed to her friends. UMM ponada I ,

JMmnQ. and, the rest; on<| .n IsM in -1 '"B.i4esV added Alecla,. smiling, her two days old."' I J
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lavishly endowed her, never doubUn 0'MatttmS :AftTFtCl"L PEARL "
r lJl that they mould .irresistible. H Household {u
prove .
?/ ,
IS&BELIbNE but her success was far from"flattering. ,<.. ,Tl ., ,e Iao,s... Ha.. N''csetept a assts '
..,t St ]htt.g ae.IWiss .
,
; ''S1 ," tated After the first few'words,''dle ::tbe Wlaesj'W&. the Imt to make r r&rtlacW
by common courtesy,. Mr. Dud-
rl.. .The/. wet at U oea-
I. lay Boemed.scarcely aware of her presence. : <
PDNlSBtfENT.Bi -fHE : tuner ago., ,Base *C Ae",Chinese arUBctal ,

l{ ) So accustomed wne-babcl.t.iiolllaco pearl used t. be very deceiving.

,;r ::11"111 enact .ALFI>. 'ry and adulation that she Inwardly -r. rAl St.iMsg w"' _11<< The Ftfcoeh ceet'the 'Idea'front the
"UnnnriTUnftfirurinfurSCAIl < sented.thli as personal Wrong and ; \ : 'I 1, Before using varnish stain en'boapde :Chines*:- and nowaday!the* 'JD>tb a

.he redoubled the art abut allurements : ': : or any wood'arllele.t brush rbver-with' wonderfully fins.lBt.ra.sk>w O I the anIne -

I HOWARD stood be- that had never been exerctoeYralniy ; a-strong solution of permanganate of article. Pearl making: Im China I*

forrt,Jsr.bpl Lnro, IiIt'\' lnlt until sow Not that 'their oh potash, This 1* not.only a disinfectant ,roomed to twe village In the northern

cr with her ion, a word of Jort seemed altogether, Insensible to ) ku1t1\\.J\\ ., LT ., but makes a dark foundation'for part efttb prevlmce et Chlh-KJang. I'the. .

Uopi>; as the ''condemnedInlght thorn!.they, were time when he even i5A r the varnish 'stain' ofwhich 'one1 coat I mouth'ef'' May nod,, June large

] plead .for life 'At the ought her society, causing her/ heart 'Yo tlU: o ..UI;'theo be found_ : sufficient:' .quantities ef pn..el.,.... brought aa.

.tau ". we gallows.!! U acknowledge, the wondrous fascination e baskets from..lake tlllrtl"-mUeadietaht.and .
Accustomed as she wo -to such Bilk ."..-. the.blggeet ef,thetn.are .elected -'
'she' not only In Lie conversation, New York City.-Capes of :all over the bust. !The cape 1* eat In'(Jeep Soap! should never he robbed directly ftraU.. 1. U M \
thlngsr even was startled by the but In look and But aile. for the that f;
fierce eloquence, of the Impassionedworue'tdat noticed every with fierce Jealousy tone. at her are to be poted a* feature of the point. over*the shoulders and 1* square, upon aUk underwear.. Strong *oap> performed. Int. the shell .f Hell aa*!., '.
'
-
a son's waists, The pretty oneshown.rt'l acrosn. tbe back. The sleeve are I .
; ,fell from his lips. of ande made of warm water and a whitecap I lush are Introduced small objects whichIt )
heart which she. had not :'supposed
the blouse Illustrated; lava; tucked above the elbow and are fall will ho found beat.' Squeeze: the ,
I nat
otiujiot /give you what I do not DOS. herself capable-bow easily he could ia intended the bivalve'sipi1 <
,sets." slue said, coldly' withdrawing turn from -her to any other forget .-.. below and the tmlc I* cut In' points garment Jn this water and then, If I with the pearly subvtance It'secretes. \

her hand fi-oui hi* too ardent ,clasp. ting her existence. at both back and front the garment 1very much: spied, passit Sometimes little ball of'earth are
apparently, very
"I hove no heart Don't nilatake me." She could not but know that he tooka The quantity of- material requiredfor through another,warm ands, 'Pre.a used.Such' pellet are' madij". :of mad

IIbo added,,' a* she noted 'the fierce strong. Interest In 'hl"r. but'of what the medium alA is five and one- between the band, ''to" -get out' the from the bottom of water1'' course, f '

Jealousy; aroused by these Word "It iratur'e this Interest seas she tortured fourth' yard twenty-one Inches wide; water shake Well, press on the wroncside dried and powdered with,the Juice '.f., e ,

is not,that I bats'bgetvwed It on any "herself''vainly to determine.- She often '4 five yard twenty-seven Inches wide, with a'moderately hot, Iron' :. Bilk the.eveds the camphor trio '

sue./I have no heart to glue ::1 don't caught his eyes fixed intently-! Upon or' two and''ceveo-elghth' ..yards forty treated In thfawaf'.ul keep the color To.place this* nnctel"'Inside"of'tbe' '

think I ever had any.. Men have come her, a strange, inscrutable look In four inches "ride. o long a* ft hold .together. mussels I* it'PJ'CI<:e" of no little! dtfflcnU

t. me, askjug of me what you ask, -- I ty. The shell 1* opened wltif'a'snail' tit ,
them which made her heart 'flutter,
the "The :Blbboa Ko.'d nr Kl.....
lint tcllli};? the same story. They with the and delightful hope Instrument of mother-of-pearl/ ,
vague The suede belts wide In the back Good halrbrashc are costly items:,
spoke as yon have spdkcn, of feelingsand to which. It rise.' mantle, off tbe animal I* gentlylifted
gave '..L'III tL t BO as to drape prettily arotJnd the and a way to keep the bristle stiff
.
emotlon wblch are. utterly Incomprehensible Mr. Dudley's mood were very variable and the pellet are laid beneath they,,
to me, and in which' to saythe least Sometimes waist, are the newest'thing. Large' and clean for year i* worth knowing.: mantle The shell 1* then permitted te

I could not hare If I jvoolj." her almost and then ab8_ t'edlllmsl'lt silver or gold ring tfre: used to join A Russian coiffeur gives thin recipe: close. Finally the ,mollu. :'":'.re'.deposited -"
aw dally *
,
back the straight front piece Have ready two basins; put a lumpof
Young Howard turned his eyes stead time to in canal or poolsThey:are" '
for day at a time; sometimes
These belts la-all color, but with soda the else 'of a walnut in one
are '
tbe face ot tbe dv. six Inches apart lly upon speaker; so"reIT he came Into the room where *he placed // or
beautiful In outline and .color.lug was without speaking ,to or even looking blue serge die natural': aued.,1OIor..ltproWeat. and three part fill It with boiling depth of from two to five feet;!* lots
the basin should be three
water '
the
In soft kid are some of ; other
but as calm and passionless asa af and then he was almostloverlike of from 0000 to 50.000.In' .
hwv newest belt*. They may be drawn parts filled with water aa cold a* yetcan" '
summer lake He raised hi* hand in his look and manner.In a. < Noyember- 'tbe7'are lifted a adopened.
to which have added
it.
tight around the waist or left straight got yon
to heaven; fill It invoking upon her, this Isabel whit kept for 'The: animal 'are removed
head a voiceless .curse - some weeks way in a state of alternate hope BbOVBM WAIST. WITH OAPB. for' they sod broader In the back than sufficient lemon Juice or good whitevinegar' from the shell and the 'pell.t* are detached ,
ltIta.te.
lu the front. Belt cf ribbon should Jlvoju a noticeably >
Your, Um111!! cornerTh with *. *b rp 'knife. Bytblstime ,
and fear thus experiencing the torments graceful and Odd* distinction to the de. bo made on-Imned-frame* and broad .. Shake the bristle of the brush
door cloied'.upon fie speaker they,are fastened tightly t* the
she had herself Inflicted BO often sign whlclWVNxHh, novel and good. ,' -
: well and down' In the boiling water '
but\tht'fO1'ftS something In thai;. In the back up Inner surface of the shells and have..*,
and ,BO remoaaeleesly."I The material selected for the modelare. till'they'are-clean, then at once rinse
Bard face In those despairingeyes, i, come covered with a coUug"5f aen. k
that did not believe a'deeper r
thought broadcloth velvet
you violet in
; In the cold water and
.. them
haunted Isabel / Ir.prersealrf; th l w Hat. thoroughly n'little hole 1 cut In each pearl
that tor'soma months in love?" shade'and lace"with"trimming .. Next *
cream IDa :
stand them to dry In the air .or
.after, The 'day* of the plateau and "pan.cake".hat'.re up at the point where It lies been Attached, <
and
The two-Isabel Mr. Dudley- of silk braid, but' various equally aeffective' warm' place but not too near..the
-wonflcr If I shall ever love?"'she numbered If one can to the shell ef the' mussel.Through
alone which seldom occurred. -
were together combinations might ,be..*'>gKested fire fit course,.lbe back of the brushes
murmured as, drawing down the sofa .- and the yoke and ,cuffsan Judge; by the 'display at' the leading '' wettM.Ilnl . this opening the earth which composed
'most.notbe
cushion' under her head, she settled Isabel's heart beat fast: there1 was be made of one material whe''r' pre. millinery department. Every bit, ofhf'adgear'hal the 'bucleas !. removed. The hollow "

herself for tbe afternoon nap, with something In the look and tone of the (ferred. The broad'box pleat/at' the a crown of.some kind'. *> Toes tit* MUtren. pearl 1* then filled with melted yellew

which she usually refreshed. herself' speaker' that strengthened her hopes front,'the slight blouse fiver the shaped higher:or lower a a the case may be, Do not Interfere with the girl'* -rosin, and the orifice I I. artfully 'cev-

for' the evening "I hops DOt If It is almost to certmlnty. She determinedto belt.and the, yoke and gauntlet cuffs but.yet a decided elevation above the amusement after her work 1* done., red with a piece of mother-of-p.arL

going to affect me as It docs most bring matters to a crisis are all features worthy nTspecial men. Hat, far-..preadlng brim. Perhaps the,' Besides regular afternoon and.even. The pearl thus formed are'flat on the
most artistic Shape among the collection bottom and in shape are somewhat
people liftedto occasional
'That was betoro"-tbe eyes tlon. Ings n':, givea maid. an
.- - l/smoothly iirVnuches* of Devonshire in more than hemisphere. They have'
Jhone that were regarding her so The waist, lining I fitted day or.aDon't
How very shocking!" Intently, were wondrously .bright-"bo- and clones at the cease, front 'QvcrJt black velvet with a alight bell crown'' expect more from ,a servant J much of the lustre and beauty of tll.",.

Tbo sun had disappeared behind the fore I met yon, Maurice." are arranged the/ shaped yoke,,,the tour or five Inches high. .It Las moreover .than you could'do' yourself. i real gems, and are sold- so cheaply as'

Western hills, and refreshed by. tbe . "And so you do love me, Isabel?" bloused fronts tM bock amt the cape, a gradual flare at'the' left'side.' ,Meals shall be prepared at' regular 'to be procurable by' all who care to pei.sets '

quiet sleep abe had. Isabel 1 steppedout A'swift, burning fluith swept up over the waist ctosjXo; beneath tbe left edge and I* dented gracefully here and Sere hours and tbe girl's work must not be them. They .are employed t. a

'upon the veranda when, this exclamation : neck and bosom even to the temples of'the box [pleat the yoke at the left to receive the two Ion plumes with delayed.by: _tardiness. considerable extent by Jewelers, who ;<. *

fell upon her ear utteredby : "More than life-better than my own shoulder ftoura. The alcoves arc' the I. out which no "swell"- hat I* complete. Increase. wages. In proportion' services set them In tiara an4'otDAlII..t*' for

one of the excited. group that had coulP -- latest, with the full puffs above deep i this year.A become valuable; women. --
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gathered fh one corner of It. Tbe silence that followed fell coldly cuffs cut In gauntlet style At the T_ Remember that.your servant I 1. a

"What Is It?" on the heart that 'g8VO utterance 'to waist is a-belt that 1* pointed at the BveomlBK Color For tsar Ifatr. human being hot a benfcjof burden: WORDS OF WISDOM...

"Young Howard ban shot himself' !? this passionate outburst end the look front Pale blue I* considered a becoming'J Place some room, other than the .Popularity prove* n thlllir.

Fortunately, the gathering shades of which met the questioning glance that The quantity of material required color to wear with era? hair. A black kitchen at'' her'disposal, to receive' Prayer hi .wonderful purgative from y

twilight concealed the face that Suddenly Isabel lifted to Nat' dark stern face, company. pride.'v .'

blanched at .these words, and I struck more colder still It criticism I* to be made, do'lt In a '
thoro present were too much absorbed But the bad goo Jio tar to retreat! cool,' dispassionate manner. Cultivating ::crosses never: enriches;

lit their own feelingf: of luitomnliroent : now., Follow the Golden Rule. character.A : _

and horror notiee
Illobel'*'Tolcl'; a* aLe said. . -you love me." .< j' 'pergtltlons, or. religious beliefs.. of the heart -

"What could have Induced htm to do ?Dld I ever say that I; loved you?" V',,,'". Do i not interfere with her love affair Intrapyrtlon'Goea' .-not'promote splr*.x :.....

that?" Isabel was silent for some momenta. t unlesshe asks for advice. Itual. digestion. ".. '>-

"1Te 'f'all. without question. Insane" Ho never had ns chic was humbled I '$' The amueuce of a life )may be.tflo-mV'!':'
.tocr tl. .UU._...... '
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old a grave, pompous loooklnj: man and sick at heart to 1't'mewbl'r."Not A Coq and by its Influence -,
among the group. "Insanity Is hereditary lu words, perhaps but there .' To the Idv'er of harmony In furnishings "
only
1 often
Spiritual indifference ./;,.
sound the artistic .. .
well In more,
In his his looks far more a*. a '
family; mother died are ways, there are. mental Indolence. !v
comfortable it
room the wore
a
'Insane.
eloquent. furnished No need to eat the bramble: in:order* ; ..'J
Isabel drew o long sigh of relief: "True. But did you never "loolc a .. i'Q'.I will be., Many .roomll' are '. uJ f
"Oh, that accounts for It, then." love that you did not feel?-filling the : : "" In good taste with a regard for' color to, set the berrle "

cup of hopp.ajnd. Joy to the very brim .I \ anti arrangement! yet tbeT.,ack something A mali'i Judgment on others. is;;;.hi*,

"Who i I. her and dashing It to earth-as It was raisedto --call is-"artistic confusion.". ._ verdict on himself; "

sigma Isabel's eyes wandered across the eager lip T' 'g Order Is,'of course a desirable thing If yon nre a Ilto; ;lighthous.. you, 4e-

the room to where a plainly droned She bad done thin many many times, ; lent when every article of furniture not; need a whistle-
But she had no ati and every" book I* lu its proper place '.,
.mau was standing rather illMtlngulHhed as she well knew. ; Paying the deb( of nature does
tho look more like a chow room
looking, and.;yet not sufficiently so to thought for this now, .. room pay the debt of sin. ,
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.lying
A magazine
? :: than a living room.
warrant: the attentionand interest he 'Oll do love me, Maurice have? 6" : I carelessly on the window sill,or on a, A child' Pager can point,a* i
Xof could resisted
seemed to excite. many-men TWO STYUSH -ntOUSM WAISTS, chair looks asJMt were being read. to heaven a* a man'*.
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(that appealing look. "
There sons an unmlxtnkablo air of ,
to'be dreidssl
.. ,Too much order gives! a stir appearanceto Sin in Itself.!
bin In'eut.MaurIce
locket from '
triumph Mrs. Fanu'g wanner, a* she Taking '''''v'tor' velvet"bonnet''In'a tort of 'a toque beautiful room .and it*'' con .-
Dudley touched tho spring! reX1.vcallng \ the medium size 1* four and ono--- > the' most than Gqueoce.

replied"(.al : dear don't know, Ita a fair young face, almost Infantine halt'yards twenty-one Inches wide shape has a decoration of pale blue destroys tbe ,artistic' careless ,effectthat .. Only the featherweights'predra

my you In Its Innocence and beauty. four yards twenty-seven inches wide, orchids 'on one Bide and .a twist 'of few rooms posses after every passing fad. ...'

'Maurice Dudley the new arrival. So This 1* nil that remain to me of or two and three-fourth yards forty I blue velvet 'where the laco strings1 are Of course, there t la the other extreme If 'all our desires were granted' ,..
charming and such c1dlt,11I0lf
yet an () '
wide three-fourth attached lue artist whose friends bare to make .
four Inches with .
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loved-
the women are after him the only woman I hove ever Jellgbts wouU-be, gone \ rt'"f
crazy
though-It', easily seen that he doesn't that 1 evcmhall love. If tb..rearellllch yards of velvet three-eighth yard. of Bblrt S their way as best they ean'tb10 gb a Half ot wisdom 'Is In being ailMtk
all-over lace and eight yard of braid ttBUt chaotic studio ort setting, / room-whenhe' '
care fpr them. And be doesn't mind things ns angels, she! is one now"The when,yon have nothing to say
that bad taken to trim Illustrated. Shirt waists with yoke effects are doe not affect tbe disorder-consoles '->
Their knowing It. either. What do you I fierce Jealousy all the latest dc with tbe ,rlltber' fallacious any The world need more religion lu sM>;, ;

think ho said to )lr., Hinds the other possession of Isabel's heart was followed -. Two 17......*arm.n... Blum conspicuous This May among Manton one Is exceed I Ing' that "Genln know roo' ordl'r.- mca and:'less politic in reUgtoa.r; / i
sense of relief at tbe concluding '
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'evening when she offered to Intro- by a made effortto Yoke and yoke collar of nil sorts ingly novel and effective'and suit Mrs, R. Daldwln.'In. 4ni jrlcan'queen. It Is a dark day for''tbe race'wlw. .,
Sho
!lUco -111m to you-'the reigning belle,' sentence. no mArk the seanon. Among the newest the 'entire of 'washable fabric .. Insatiable greed becomes'_the _mark a< ,
disguise the Joy that flashed from range ,
a* she called ? extend
you that
lifted .l are loug-shouMcred ones As .Illustrated, however. It Is made of RECIPES reatness.-Ram'iHorn., .._ t ...
Isabel saw and.felt the malice, that! the suddenly eyes. over the sleeves. The .stylish May flannel stitched Wittrcor- ,
blue French '
larked beneath those smooth dulcet -"Dead?"l"Murdered waist lUustrllted'ln the Inrgo.picture Egg Fondue-Beat tour egg until .... >to-, '
: Manton tlcelll silk. The double box pleated effect it.. W.1d'. 1-se..
\1'ohl111; And by hands! as soft,' shows one. of tbe sort that I* noteworthy light: add to them a little ecU and pepper Bureau ot-
at the front la peculiarly bead ot the -
Herr Zeller. .
"110'" should I know?" she said. and white, and beautiful as yours Intended to give a plastron effect nt and 'desirable and the points for. seasoning, two tablespoon International Statistics at nniMja iat.
with an air of Indifference that lady" : V at the back of Parmesan cheese and two table-
wasfeigned the front and to form a '
scarcely" knewwhy. that extend over the yoke are esseutinily has published an Interettlnit 'tit......
all Mra. Fane well knew. .Isabel shrank she The original from Which the drawingwas spoonfuls of milk; put one'tablespoonful '
novel. WJth the waUfare worna the of the'world.. Isle eIM'i.
irellglons
'I've no especial liking for reigning from that burning ,gaze, made. Is"of cream flannel with : 'col of butter -hi, a frying pant= 'when
linen collar and allk'tle, but < of human
a number .
the aggregate
belle. .' he said as grand as the GrAnd : "How-how terrible! she faltered. trimming of fancy'braid and handsome 'be-au hot, turn in the "gll.tlr;. until thickened ,
will lar: of the material can !!tutcd on the earth' surface: at 1Mf
Mogul himself Wam't that an odd "Ay, It was terrible, n* you buttons, but alt wahitlng materials are If preferred. *-- ,. ; serveon toastOmelet Of whom only about one-third, er

speech, mydear End Woman" It wa you that murQered'her appropriate and the rtenlRiis suits the. The waist contents of1 luc smoothly ,''With PoppcrsTJelt '..po MO.OOO; profess any form'.of CprkUanlty. -

"I .suppose ho meant It to be odd" .. gown all well as the separate bloMse. n'ttec.llInlng. that can be omitted whenever arately the white'-and. yolk of five ., The adherent of ConAtMM

retorted Isabel unable wholly, to conceal "I?' The waist consists of the fitted lining It Is undesirable tbo fronts back eggs., Put them together, spawn'with number 300,000.000. of 'Braha n flTl,'. ,

tile wound lifer vanity had received "You! Do you remember Oscar How- which can be used or omitted as preferred and yoke Tbe front are laid lu .wide salt,. ;flavor with a teaspoonful of 200,000 and ot Buddha 121.000.000. Tale;';: ,
drove to "
from the malicious eye that were 'ard be 'whom your vile arts the fronts' and tbe back. over lax pleat with A tuck: nt each edge, onion Juice and 'add 'ha)fa cupfulof number of Jew In the ..world.'!* given .J
watching her "If the of despair, to madness, to death? lIe washer collar In arranged, which have '
height which the yoke bnt the back is tucked to simulate box green' pepper been t* 10,80tf.OOO., f? ii
soma "Ople'ambltlon to be odd. Idon't brother her only brother, and .The back is plain, but the fronts are pleat only. The .aleetes are ample choppedand fried In a. little butter:' .

see anything very alarming about when tho tt'rrlblf'tldlDPached her.her :: tucked to yoke depth and blouse Might- and torin.;lblonable'wlile puffs at tho Cook In' a hot. buttered.omelet. pan. Yr.rer.f tb..<'ea..., "

him. I can point yon to half n dozen gentle heart broke. Now farewell ly over thebelt. 'The sleeve are the wrists. where they are finished. with Pineapple Cobbler-FOUl' ....lice* of A South. Sea Islander, at'the'tclosabf

men In our own set' better looking To-morrow, at this time, I shall be latest shown and Include deep pointed shaped cuffs. pineapple 'fut in dice one lemon a religion meeting, offered the following ,

,than he." : many miles front here." '' cuffs above which they form full puffs. Tho quantity of material required and one .orange'sliced, very thin, eight praTer "0 God 'we are about\ ,

"Ah! but you should 'hear him tallhne' The despair, the agony In terrible Isabel: At the neck is a pretty. stock, "-Itb a tor the ''medium; nice Is four and one- tablespoonfuls of .sugar, one pint' of to go to oar respective' home Let'., ..

been everywhere should ""7. Lome's face was something suggestion of the clerical idea found Iced water and one cap of ,shaved Ice. not the ,,words, we have beard be tIke! 1'4'

,' And then he has such a rauslcat voice.. to look'upon.. In the tab at the front. I'ltfco 'the frolt'ln' a bowl, strew with the fine clothe We' wear, JIOOU 1 to'lbe;I

and
altogether be Is the most| fascinating I repent-Irepentl.' " !. ,Do not utterly the medium size 1* five and three- minutes add the iced water. Stir well SabbntU come* round.' Rather,,,

nan.I ever mot, though you might find forsake me!" eighth i yards twenty-one; Inches wide, and pour; .Into'' glasse; bolt tuU''ofshared let Thy truth be Iike.lhe tattoo on our '
A score.that are handsomer" "I ball never return! My' work: one-h'Slf! yard twentyrsevenInche **
four-a-nd ice, decorate. with,. :ripe berries. bodies ineffaceable. till death. -Carle-, -;
whit. these words Mrs. Fane walked beta hi done. In your victim' letterto wide., or:two. and three-eighth t<
*.. **** "-jjiEgk ton' Kfaa nxf i. .. .. .
way.. taking with her the pleasant his alllter''be related your words yards forty-four Inches wide. I ,.M
tour' .zI
Vermicelli Boll -a.
assurance,that she had left her "dear' to 'him the last time-he saw yon. t Shirt waists made with pointed capesand < ,
-friend"-as uncomfortable* .he ould came to revenge his death and hers, detachable tunic are among the I twenty ,.minute\ make a white sailce IOWFIRC.

desire. Not that she Ifnd any especlal who felt' by your hand a* well; to latest novelties offered. The one Illustrated t with t"o'level tablespoonfuls of but '
j.
cause for ill will except Isabel'. teeth you that you have 'a heart that In the large drawing I I. made ter and two/ level tablespoon fnl* -of ., THE: ; <

TOcrlor personal attractions, though can feel and lore, and suffer as other of pale bluo'v lIInll with antique lace flour; when the butter baa melted".' Add
knowledge make _can'bo' made 'with 7 the floor ''and stir together, until
perhaps our feminine reader will consider heart do. May this dyed to match and .
,. 'that to be cause'enough/ . you a better if.not a happier, woman. the cape and tunUv .Illustrated, or smooth; add gradually. one cupful of. / /

/After this, Isabel 1 met Mr. Dudley Farewell' forever."-New York Weekly plain as shown' In the small .sketch, cold milk;Mitlr "this over the fire cntH

often-or, rather, "saw him; foi-, 'Dmcbto when preferred When made with tue .thickened snd.botling; add one-fourth

her 'chagrin and mortification he For VToWlmsOlrU.. cape and skirt, portion It become teaspoonful of,salt and: a little .popper DAILY. , e
still continued Part who interested well a* Indoor ; toast six slice of bread; remove IVUT LOW 0.8 WAT UTX TO ,
to decline at least tacit- ;:Peoplo in are ', suited to outdoor' a* .. % ,
ly. her bit of pleas', > acquaintance, -which most men in 'giving working girls a wear, and : 'California "* ;
who were thrown within the sphere of ore now""and then have devised a season's material. When plain It becomes ,halves j eparate-ltbe-\ yolk .from >the' ,

: her Influence': were so eager, to obtain. scheme where worthy girl receive two ,a simple shirt waist and 1* whites; part in small pieces. rings: Washington,, .*.

Stimulated by this .unwonted ,oppoIUon. ticket. to a good''tbeat,.. once in atrhUe. suited -to, the .fubrlts used tor' .'the --j'-.j ii, ., inx| them with the same; pour the Oregon" t:+: '
*" -- the and rub the ,
Isabel call. for'an elab- Race over toast-1 ;
determined to bring about The scheme purpose., . '
an introduction, nor doubting that then orate system of registration,"but It 1* Tbe.waist consists of tbe fitted foun.dation ',. ;yolks over the top through a, Weve.IJr MontanaJLftA _ >

the way would be clear to her for working to perfection. The Kaiser 1* ; on which ,.are' arranged the Bin kr WAI*?., Stack Tra..p.rtatle.. har..dla*). BtttAtdb. Ask TiHBT,'tl<*'t.."t,.J-" ,/

avenging the slight that bad been offered thinking of Introducing the idea into fronts and back of tber'waist proper ". -' The percentage of loss In ocean tran- .. '

her/ ,. .t t'e the" royal\ theatre in 'Germany.'. tbe cape,'tunic and sleeves: JIb back bglf'yards 'twenty-one Inches' wide, I sit of Jlye stock, In 1002 was d.13 for F"wrGREENE! D P.,k .
.' Tbs belup effected, she lost no time < of, the waist, 1* 'plain but the' fronts three and three-fourth yard twenty-: I cattle: 0:89: for cheep and 0,6IS'tor s p
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In ,calling Into play the ,seductlvscliarow 'A woman' stationery doesn't alwayi, are tucked from the shoulder to yoke seven ,Inches ,wide;, or- two.and1, one- I horses, ....b1cb''war considerably IM ',WABASH R'-R, cIX I' ,

with ,which. nature ''bad rlO Indicate her.4t; ott., -, .', depth! '*o providing becoming fatness fourth, wards,forty-four Inches wide. than for, the preceding, year.' -:-. .: Lt.rtk.AvSns.e, >DUTUXXICT.n ; "
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ntaeluLiGsi& ) i''ldU6d'bJl6''t6' ( '' While Mr. T.Plcton Warlow was In Lev W, J: Carpenter, of Gainesville > ..'

TKLSJPHONB NO. 11 b4Lc.it.l1alt., Friday be ea.'out.. ho delivered two lectures at the Opera .

....;rvsussm.BTBBV FBIDATla Information hat his law partner,HOD.O. House this week-one .each W'DA' N' N'm. 'd

,.oe t Valley UMette 1u1101al', L. Massey; would be a candidate. Wednesday and- Thursday night In I CHAS.

'tlsstlsx>
for the office of State Senator that were of a high order and,establish
very ,
.
tT 'K. >Po11ND
? W. B. B.umu, ,' PBonuarow: ,from the 19th district) which la composed for'-him a very' warm place In THE SHOE MANOffering

1 of Orange and Oaoeola counties the hearts of those of.our peoplq who I

J.' E. POUND Editor. "Mr, Master would make an able Heard him and believe In that senti

XBtd at the Pmnoffloa In Klsalmmea- ria: I8Dat.or. a worthy successor to Mr.:C. ment. :
.. ..cMi very pop N'ewFall
I There will be a union service "of aU. i of Goods.
*' will pl...* notify the offlca,ifM ular candldate.i-Sanferd Chronicle. the churches Sunday night at the |
jUimr fall to I.tth.paper renularlT. t -* M III I III! .tint Illl ,
,-...!ovaamuoloatloni .xc..", from oar aoibor4ad Kiaslmmee baa reached a stage In Presbyterian church-a farewell service ,M U
,'. oonvspondrata muiv &e siloed br| lb* 'O. RaU who has *
1,' I her career when enterprise and publicspirlleduets to ReV. F y, -
\w1et.dmatt.r will not b.* returned unless served that for the (
:.should dominant as pa"torot church : '
|lbe a
I .lied 44r. 9
1 The editor: li not raponalbls lot oplnloasea- feature of her citizens and officials. past several years. Everybody ls cordially BOYS' .CLOTHING.. oa;:: '''''! 0

f broorreipondenu..... The(own baa enjoyed aiteadyfrrowth, invited to attend. We understand = -,
\.411'1.10.r. ma/be bad on application I to '5
Nothing
IA' : !conduces a =
t that It is the intention of Rev e -
_ : which for la said
< a by some
year past 1 boys'appearance and to .... t'
!
SUBSCRIPTION KATE3. qf the old cltUens Ube unprecedentedIn Mr, Bailey to move to Bartow within[ 0) = ,
'On.ooppeuere.r ..;-._..... ...,...11.00 few days .and feel' $Certain that the ,'his .self-respect) and thro' :: ;:: G) f[
/
.?-Oa'oopj. nix: month. ,...,.......... ..eeOenoop7threemonths..r \ Its history; More! building' hasbeen a ;tothemoulding of :;::: 0
"'! "..j..*. .85 done and repairs. made than foryear's. fact will'be deeplyregretted: by very these ...
l ., 'the character of the futnre" ff.2
I
,While this I U ffratlfylng\ citizen of the town; ,
November 7 1003. very than'to keep him neat,1 t'' g,
Friday ,
{ : man = C
there are 'many features that can be The mass meeting at the Opera :;- .5.
ly dressed.,. His clothingneed , 4 ; G) ,
< 0 : en
l'.An ' Improved upon at a little cost.'to individual louse by the temperance element last . not be, xpenslve.{ .. ut I. > .IA ** ,, Y'
; exchange says:that although a property owners that will !Friday night was well' attended the neat and in the prevailing; % 1' o t3 J 1( f.,
,'. soft answer may t.urn..awa)' wrath materially enhance the appearance of house being comfortably filled.. J, M. !rt r : ,63 c* .a> SWE

there; are timeswhen one derives more thetawn. Repairs in places, paintingIn Wlllson, Jr presided over the meeting J line styles.of these We have goods; a nice and ', ;S b. :: .(I.oa: .o }
:satisfaction from liar. others needed in this line and with and. dignity. Tberewel'8 I w
: calling a man a are: ; grace ) would like to see them. '"-' y CL ;:: G- .
you ;;
Gatette should, not be riefleeted. One of the three speeches, one each by Senator > :t.
The observes that } Whilethey"last : $1.-OO ire'6') ;: t,
need. of the town'"now how Carson; a Mr. Sloan of Lake- L t-
,
greatest
\t f Ibe'wood a are full of young men and ,,_ values only 75c; $3.50 r , u r:: o Cl ,: x
who'can 8v ex,,JI a system of fire protection of land and John, M. Lee, which were I, '
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boys boss, but the crying; value only >2.9d. e .. f- iLfI) i ij
need of this twentieth century of ours some kind'; There is scarcely, a town well received. Good music was rendered G)
of the size of this but what t; "cao, dU- durin'g the evening by 'a choirof .... 0)
'Is the young man that can do thework. J J" iW ; I,,8.
Count we trained voices which aided considerably SHOES ,
: .." us on this line. In fact, j R ::! Q = ..
have virtually no 'equipment of the to the enjoyment of (he
,Cot McClelland' recently elected kind, although the matter has been The speocheaVere well receivedand for everybody: 9 'c'tL .. g p S f f
,I1 mayor of 'New York says; "This discussed by the citizens time and time covered the ground very thoroughly from the tiniest 0 O

.victory should encourage and unite apaln. We don't know why the dereliction "and'i ellectd much ere Ut' upon to the largest.: s'S u :1, 3 W,. '

,:;& II democrats for the presidential, con- exists In this, matter, but we do the speakers. "Dorothy Dodd"is I .
'\1'1test In 1004," there Is for it afternooA our specialty, SELL -- --;- ----. "
t., knpw no necessity as- Last Friday abort fiveo'clock S ti 7 , HATS, '-
ladies shoe.-
t', .In the .we'ltern.states the land }Js rich this should be one of the most impo r the residence of Mri U. Ml: '. Our a I.n.nd winter ALSO. \

enough; but a good crop "is hardly'possible taut features provided -for- by the Pfann was discovered to be on fire, will'be I ',

more than about one'ye ar in city go 'ernmE>p None other: is more the place at that time bursting; from line : ,r''?! No big stock of them but' 1. f
% the needed. None other of similar naturewill 'eastern A sure to pleaseT, ,; well selected line of the
three. So' It is with 'all places, the roof -on the Ride An J a ;

'disadvantages and advantages about pay such returns for the outlay alarm was given, and in si very short Price $3.00 per '' most:" serviceably) shapes . T' t:! a

',balance, and' the old saying that Presbytery Meets at Bartow. while every one, it seems, within )" pair and there's'e_ r sizes colors and styles we fJ )
better.-
.
... one ; : <
"there I. more in the man,than in the ; reach, was on the scene taking out the could find for the money !J.\4 !!\' -
'. A called meeting of the South Florida We-also have anice : ''I
We [Invite
we-ask for them. -
lsnd"fi, true. furniture and furnishings of the ho s', }
) Presbytery, was held on Monday "ffne of "' .'-
;
I. of .
inspection
and making an-effort to put the flames your our ,
; "W, IX.:Dorm an, of Su.wa.nnee couh- afternoon at the residence of Mr. C-J; out. Inthejirslthey; succeeded in getting cheaper goo stock and will appreciate.
announood Chase. The meting was held for .the Jn all styles.) '
his candidacy -
has formally in
;ty, out most of the goods that were on the r : your patronage. Drop 1
: for State Comptroller. He.Is af'ounar purpose of dissolving the pastoral re- first floor. In the second,theeff! orts were . L. to see us when, )in town. '
lation of,Ilev. F. G. 'with the - --- '
Ralley
man, successful business man, handicapped by lack of ( .' ... .., ,
church at Klsslmmee, he having acted wind
sand represented his county in the last work with! and the fact that the '
"' -well.It a call to the First Presbyterian" Cottle' for Shoes pf kind. : --.I .
penoral assembly! faithfully and blowing from the east, favored the ; us any .
A elected to the office 'he. now seeks, kareh In Bartow.A flames and fanned them further into ) I )

r the people of the State will have no committee was appointed consisting the. interior of the building. When 4
regret their action In the matrJteri of Rev. J. G. Anderson of Tampa,
cause .to
all was done fhatcnuld] be to save the See
.;. Ue.v. II. Keigwln of Orlando, Rev. D. burning building, the citizens turned our 50 CounterBargains.OOIMIIE .
A. Dodge of Winter Haven, and Rev.
.J their efforts! to of
prevent a spread
/It appears now that the big question Geo. Case, of Bartow, to install the
the names to other1 buildings in line :
that will{ come before the next Rev. Mr, Bailey as pastor of the'Bar- .. .
with the wind. In this -
_ some /good ,_ I .. .--.! !
be the the tow church. This will be done
\oongress will extension at some work was done. It Is not certainty ._ .
-'rural, mall rt>utaa, By the end 'I of theityear :future. day to be decided upon by the known how the Jlre originated, but it t

) 25.0 new routes will be In op- committee.Mr. Is supposed to have started from & N-ri SEEf ---l ,\

,-leratlbn, and for their maintenance an -. Bailey will begin his work as spark from the kitchen flue allfrlitlny .

increased appropriation amounting tor pastor ofthe! Bartow; church lobe first the roof. The \
on building was insured
;jt3"OOOooo will be required, while other Sunday KrDeceinber. He hopes to be fwt750, and the furniture for .r. OUR NEW LINE OF FALL d rr.r.r .

":coats incident too starting ''them will moved here by that date If his good $700. This was one of the prettiest ': -- yf !; j I

have to'be met. It is ,Uiat the wife continues to ..
figured Improve. They will[ houses in the city and its loss is deplored .
?; (department will' be compelled to askoongren.for occupy the Kenwood on Main street. by all our citizens. We learn Dry GoodS ClothingMOTIONS. f. - -

|'' ea-'appropriation of at Bartpw Courier-Informant. that Mr. Pfann will rebuild atan "-
'K"
T
,ies.t J2AOOOOO9joIj : Fresh Pish aud Oysters burly day. I ATz

.t Fresh Fish Tuesdays, TbursTays / Boasvllle.Mr. AND :
,- :The.Del-and Record Is" of the opln- and Saturdays<>.nter.s after Oct. 1.- -:
Walter Ilearn has bought -
Leave order at the'bottling works. out .
j Jon that thepeople Florida hardly CHAS. BASS.Communicated Mr. Martin Thomas at Live Oak. ", '1. ,
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rhallze what' a' ( : :' -'r;' T
tbtng..theGuy. L
: ,, yet big Mr. Mi S. Moreman is having the "

soured' of a Quick fortune-' they ... oranges picked on the Wright place ----: .
lave Inthe trucking: business. There 1 '
1 I "Klsslmmee "
Grove.
thinks she has found a and Ash ton "
i crat money in tomatoes, celeryle&Aaloe ,I sheriff who can put out the fires that " ., ,. ". ,; .

Irsh potatoes, peppers;' cu.eggplants -, warm the blind llgttrs. In this -eRse! An Advertisement, The Formula tells the story : :

......1 and beans. But, no pentrup Utica should contract his Il' e'a.od ,
powers. Florida would then have a Look at the (date on your
of oourse;'. says the Record, t.beremlUt' I man to follow Folk on tho national paper and if you are-in arrears kindly Chill Cure .
;be an Intelligent and careful ticket. Meantime we could lend him I send in the amount due; We have 'Grove's Chr00ic -

1 system Iq, successfully following the to Maine, who has looked for yearsto allowed. some subscriptions to run
:
growing of these ''vegetable. When, find him.. -Times-Union. over[ during the dull season, butwe Not a: patent mexBcine} a.thin spirituous liquid of'a.pleasant blUer taste made of ,

,> grown,and marketed in the winter' orearlyspring Through the efforts of Hev. Dr. feel, should that there be asked Is no to reason wali longer now! whywe on Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK" '' Fluid'ltxtract POPLAR BARK )

a few acres will suffice tobring Carpenter against'saloons, who has I small as everyone can easily raise the Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARIC
a fortune in one season. been lecturing here this*week, the I amout due us. Please attendto "
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county of Nassau voted' for high license. I this at once. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARIC Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA

'Congressman', Robt.:W. Davis al- The. election Let Osceola'of t to-morrow do likewise.Is of vital . Uosen't Respect Old Age. It Cures the Chills that; other Chill Tonics DoiVt Cure. J

.
qwain' ,the lookout for something It's shameful when youth falls to
TEe Best General Tonic. NoCure No Pay Price SOc
'that,will,benefit Florida or It* reslj -- Importance to the taxpayers of I dhow proper respect for old age but ,, .

j.dents''."'says the East Coast Advocate 6-gcoeIa. county, and lured advicefrom 1 lust the contrary in the case of Dr. < a'

One of hla-Iai outsiders is simply an Insult to ing'sNewLlfei'ille. Tbevcutoft'malaI1lell . .. .
st. acts into Introduce
a no matter how and
severe lrrenpectlveof -
tho good judgment hf our own citizens. : "
bill. In Congress that provides,t.h..t.the old age. Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
5.it'Of,'managers 'of. the home for VOTER. -. I Fever, Constipation all yelld to this To Cure a Cold in One Day Core*. j1 t
perfect Pill. 25o Osceola
at
.dl..bledvolunteer'soldiers" shall, be $100.00 REWARD. 1 _ Pharmacy!

t authorized, and directed to locate a ;........................ Laxative Bromo ;:
: Take Quinine Tablets. on
'....ooh 'tba home at some suitable A'reward of !100.00_(money.. pow in e PH" : 25c.c. 1

polDt-'thl. Stat llieand! surrounding Dank for that purpose If needed) will i PARK HOTELI Seven Million boxes sold ta past J 2 month This signatures ( ?, h'D'L" .box. j ft

'such'homo to be Ilot..leas' than 300 be paid for the arrest and conviction .

sxsses In extents:: The home would be of any one violating the election laws t J. M. GARDNER' -

called Ib'''', '''Home for-Disabled Vol.untmerSoldlar.'agd by.giving away any Intoxicating liquors : PROPRIETOR. :* t+;+++t++:(o++-c'++++++++++++++++o\'+++++-H'++ IIo'': +'''+++++ Georgia' Sontiiern & Florida) :;1'

all or having the :same upon their "
; honorably = Rates: $1 Per Day. |
[..discharged spiniersT sailors and nase. Persons within one mile of the polls, : i Semi .- Tropical Nurseries RAILWAY ''I
,
$ .i who,served, In the_war of 1812, during the election to-morrow, Nov; Special arrangements by :J :1 "BUWANEE RIVER R UTE.- -

lorlda Indian wars and the Spanish- 28th. W. C. T. U. = the m 0 nth. Oomfortable IN :
:J t Orlando Florida SCHEntJLES EFFECT!: JUNE I!: 28. 190
,
Mricaa'irar' .who, are disabled.by room and table furnished wth :

.,':disease or. otherwise, who'are Best Ll iment on Earth. i the'best' the market affords- :f If you intend planting any Fruit Trees this-falL send me list. -I.I'alatka.. .. . . .DUio/AM Fljri'r.|> ut ,6)6 Quick a Bt in.p. :iI4l

'w. Incapable, earning a living, 1. M. McHany, Greenville, Tex. of your wants and I can save you money or Orange, Peach and ,.v Jacksonville . 7AOpm 7 46 s ZnAFV.ldo.ta. ".
.. ..
Id be eligible for 's ................ . . . ,: 11 t 0.P m 11 no "n* .
admission Pear all kinds
''; to. the'lb0'ilection writes, Nov. 2d, 1000: "I had theuma '- 'F anti, of Nursery Stock ArTlltou1256am 1282pm '
"*' -v" 114i4VIii4iiiiiiiiiiiii f Ar Corctole' I ., '' ' 145Rm: 14spm
tsm
-..'. .. \ last winter, was down in bed i : ; B'tf : : }
I-JtA' . s A i.
T : .
... ,. six weeks; tried everything, but got DO +. '; 0x693 W. R. SPEIR.W1LLSON '. Ar Alnerlru.. .. . 7M a m.' SPftptnArColiimbuii I
) ionoraow' M. MURPHY . .. . 1224pm: SU'pm 'i1'
will decide Bal- iT.. ++++'H'+-f.+++++_+.4-_ +-of +++++++M +++++++ F4.+4sh+++ Fa a +++ y Ar Montuotnorr .. .... .. '7&ipm ;" :1.I
": - --- -- ---- -- ,
least -- ---
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'two'year's. : at the momentoutlonwhether .. - -- aster ,
-* ArMcon ... ..: S40m 410pmOeorgln
Intoxicating-; liquors got twos, more bottles. It cured me : Justice of the Peace. Notary %: : Je11L > JK,, B R "

11 b8 i old In'the1 county. So, far and I haven't felt any rheumatism : PubliC State at Large f NOTARY PUBLIC... l -- J. W. THOMPSON ArAutfiiita'. c. or a.A.. ..., .. ......*..: -- -BSA)> m "f,

i oampalgn has been one remarks;: since. I can r oom na 'd Snow Liniment 1 I''Ar, Atlanta. . .. .*.'.. TtlVsra 746pmArColumbim
} STATE
: l' AT LARGE. 5 .. ... . 7OHAtn ,. ... .. !\
fy'free from anything1 that has beepmly.bvtthe to be the best liniment. on earth i .. . .. .. .
Office Is Yes Duur BulIlSl.,. i Real ArBlrtnlnYhems.- 122> pmArMemphUi
= J I Estate Agent. Fuheral Director and Embalmer ,
advocates of either fort rehumatlsm." { For rheumatic, CISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ) .. .. ., SOttpm. .. .. .. .. ,': i-
'' ".c..or. ...
.,-of that.has, :had a I tendency;' sciatic or neuralgic. pains, rub in Bal' t KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA : Ar Mertolta.-. 9 11 a tu Blftpro f

Bating J ; a breach of- friendships that l lard's Snow- Liniment, ;you will not t......, .......... ...............* A Love Letter Ar fhmtwiioogn Na.IiTllle. ........,....> liMp lOOp m ID' "S ipomm 10mmILL. I<" /'If.;
thave'ezletsd. True-both'-aides suffer long but.will be gratified with -- --- K:1SS1.xc.znee: : .CENT. .. ..' '
speedy and 'effective cure. 25c, 60o, Would not interest you if you'recoking 1a. AesbLogls.. . .. ..i TOS m 724 pm' ,I
bay.,put' forth. their arguments' 'in ...........lc4ia '
:' end 1.00 at all dngglsts.Jl . 1Rp.clallet 1 for a guaranteed Salve for ArCblo. Ko -- -rL.aw.a.a i ,, ..
blob they have dealt' .th.' opposition DR. J.' H. POWELL. 1f f Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd of ArIx>ul>rlll ... ...... 2.Oam 12Spm'Ar 'lJi
me bard blows/ .They;'have been Ponder: Mfr writes: "I suffered within Clnolnuatl....... 7 20 aID .4 06 p ID 9

en in -good spirit, .and''1' P)led tokewtee. ,,...,\ wsy Bicycle. 'isDlw.e.s ugly! sore for a year but a box of ArChloaxo.o. .. I.:.B..!.B.. ..... 915 a m. -.___ ,

Thlj is welt Let. iucklen' Arnica Salve cured me. It's train from Jacksonville to- Maoon.-: '\ ,t
nothing Solid .
;Terminated with an ugly cut on the Ear ; .
he best Salve
Eye Nose Throat and \ on earth. 200 at Osceola Train from Fa'atka' nonoectatValdostawithtretns
t.occur to mar-'tbe usual serenity of leg of J, B. Orner, Franklin drove, Ill. 'hanDac)'. Qoing north from Jacltlll>n"l1h". :.

.:''PMPle'-b may allaccept the rfiltln It developed' stubborn ulcer unyielding Chest ; a Local. rematDlntr sleepers la on depot Dlxla until Flyer 7:80: .train. 10 for Ma* V'mt

'good 'faith 'when' fin ally, ,an- to doctors and remedies- o" four FITZQERALD. ,Worm Destroyer, Pullman BuflTot above:I'II from jankaon- -t
.
vlllv to 8t.> !souls Tla route without'hntifca a
nc d., aD4 1tQfU the time for 1ea.'l'ben Bncklen'a Arnica Salve
comes of ear eD Dixie Flyer tralu., also Pull
>.repetition. of; tie contest, ,let' ail..forit oared. It's just as good for' Burns, Treats thousands of cases an White's Cream Vermlfuffe, not only ...ao'. fluent sleepers on same train' to Chloifo ,
Scald., Skin Eruptions and 1'11011200at. kills: the worms, but removes the slime without chine 4 it
and work 'as ..one' man,for ,the Osoeola nuall)!. Solicits ..correspondence For schedulr.southbound and other Info ti
Pharmacy, i Q which they build, their
with nests, it matlon, addreif a
1dID 'of ;our town 'and, county) sufferers'enry- J.. H. R.pnsSy', i '
brings %
--r"- quickly a health condition
ofbe
where. DuriotPwenaer Agent 701 w. St,". '
Bar
other line.) ,1I.u. be ) "
(
.I4\1h1l 60,000 Loaded Shells at Watson'..- ti body, where worm cannot .exist. Or -. ,' Iackeonvllle,ria.
.u ntil. then.: AU sizes and loads.! x 2 C. B. BHODII. to
60 at all druggists. ,
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Prof I-.I'--r-l_' -, II IeOR BALK .v &TANprOAC O'u..l Faatengtr Agent.Yspoa,Oai:,
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me Klsslmmce Valley Gazett\ i Election to-moirow. \ Pull IfaM of guns at Wat.on'.V 'Itew roods arriving daily at Grave. 4wI4I'le 8'Yi11i e'M41+1WN8. r -- 1 W 1b1J ....

TELEPHONE NO. 11. t. Pay" our.lIbeo. -lpUOD.. Sea }advertlsemeal of Puck ''>Hotel in & Graves'-. .i', ..' 1'" E. ARE r ,: i ', :

.Wade, the tunerl; Orlando. ,t tibia t e; "- 'Fin* Willow Cbalrs; at .Thompson's. J 'rrefessIol&'Cardsee

[PUBLISHED. 'EVERY. FRIDAY. ;>> ? Big' lot IrI'UP.cat.,.*at W atso.t.'l.* : ioiu old shell*. brought! ores'from' . Prices. low..' > .j: S
BT last season at'WaUoiTi.Mrl. :Mr.,: jW MJ Williams came dow '

1 ;POUND. T> A HARRIS.j. q=. Man.Mice, line' clocks..'. ?.at,. .D inn's' the Bbc I. F\;, Tower, 'of Halne City, from Jacksonville Saturday'night and JF A.USti'J : p :A. YANl3, GNB v rj
the weekwlth hli_ here. o
spent \the day la gown Tuesday shop pent family '
CHURCH DIRBOTORY.JrmonuT .Mr. 8,'Y. Way, of Orlando, was 10 friends : 1 ATTOMWIV"'AI LAVr.j,,"7 I
'The of 1.. ; Hughey will I-
P J1I1'; Pf .
:: '' town I NOTARy'PUM-IC. .. .
Tuesday, AND
,
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Cwuece. rrMcblnr aeb lIaboo .. . .: 1
learn that he able
to '
Eb, II a. m. and 7 o.olock. Fryor nmtlnThursday Dr MUs Mattle Prevat left Wednesday; pleased to was INE1IEIiYT KI ,8IMME.> .. ,F LA; ,
Fr .T.nln. at T p. a. Sabbu o.No. Thomuson's"ofboe, 'pbone i i s 1 mornloj'1 io make''a visit to. friends'at rids to his offloaMas, Tuesday. W. :. ,- -> tt ,
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001. RteSaadq; lDornlDI', ,.. gait, p..lor. Loughman.: hope'his reooytry: will be speedy an< ', ', i ",_ ..
limn v* v" Frier. Putor- Dr. J, E. Ennls, of Karooossee. wa s. '' rl '
.., ..nf svoir lon4a,11&.' m, and T p. m.nI In towQon Wednesday Cant. J.- W.: Wllmott, proprietor oftheTremontBotelOrlando permanent. ", rm DR: 'J J W< BIMPSo1+ :, "

n 'Peoria.49 a, m. -m.utlna Pryer m.stfa..v.rpZbnn...80 p. n. Sundaiool , ** ,was, i a Capt. Buck and family arrivedfrom 'J p .t "

T p. D. V lattor..iwaye waiooma.InHif's Headquarters for Sporting Goods. visitor In town Wednesday; New,York last Saturday, and : . DEN!fT; 1
ftt <---
Iriscorav CRl8CR.-Da.14 D. Qraves & Gr&ve.a. .: t '
have taken'up their abode 'at their '
d. Rector: .!lerylo... on the lacond 8ur. Mr. Jr C.Edwards f ocmerly: .flf i thli ; : Offlo over Osceola Phsrmsey.FnCBQOCrB .; ''It''
of Ui. month Morin .0..loe .t- -JOl See those beautiful CUDS and Sat restdenoej in North Klsslmmee. They; i i. m 'tn
Eronlnii..rvlOM O at 7:80 o'clock. fcers* Plates and placewas In town Tuesday, shipping/ ,n; [ ,0 a. U m.
lopk. ether dishes Wai's. l
at ,
.. will remain here until next N.i.ihfl.Atl.ntlo' ,"' ll-3o to.d:30.
: .
'r : :'m
i s..Yraa1ANCabkCw.-Dtrtne wonb.lpoir son hishousehold goods to Green Cove. WHY ...OT'I p
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r Brut Sunday and third Sunday ,In each o ., Line li-.distributing i J. C i: ; 'TelephtneSfo.,16'( ,. 'Juai Vlyiv
?
tb. Morning aervlc* at Mm., a., Breaurfce J, P", Williams, merchant, of Wbli The ordinance Of baptism was administered .
7:00 m. Sunday Sobnol at a very pretty Wall Calender toe
I at .. .P.. ,' tier, spent a part pf the week here 'onbu.16sl. by the pastor of the Baptlt ""II. .
la. m. O. K. r al, ::16 p. m. Pray Including month Of December I' '
1if04 ,) ,
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1naTburadup.enloIf.al7o00 Kixxlj .:.
'to for '
it mot ooidiallr Invited M atum4 th... church t.hree'appllcantl. ; 1903. You can secure one of three L I; .DR.A..3a, STEVEN.
loe.. 11'. O. .IL.Y Paator.VAViDioii ''Remember the Y. ; ' membership therein ] DRUGS3t [ .
.. W C; ",;,U. Med- calendari by'sending six cents In pos : ;

as. .. .. Bopof 8. ...,... cl contest at the Opera House'"'tonight. Ben Hinton, manages of the Stan tageto ILLeah1., Division Fasentfer i ....DENT'X., ,.. , I' .*,* i iGasAdin
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Admission 10 Cents. lord A Co.;tto re, is attending to bush agent, Savanuah. G*. tend. \ '. '
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bfflclaj 'leather Report. Mrao 1. Ci: Conk returned ness again after being at borne ill fora'Jew %> i = < and' '
)In
Eshis. ; home .John S. Conley of.th&flrm.of Con "1 Offics Horst j .
... Taaralaveaa- : .
B '
A last week from'aD extended" (la1.-Mlami Evening' Record TAKE' .' i t'39to J.jo.r. H. ,
stores o.
ITHOMDAT a......*. NOT: 17,- 1MB.J. ; visit to ley'and Drew, naval operatorIn 1

.. her... .old home. at'Arcadia.: ,,- An exchange says .a, farmer placed. Orange county.was here Jast Tuesday i ORLANDQ. v t, ......FLORIDA.-- . .
.-aa. III. D.,, I FoR SALE.- Small improved fare aq ad. In the local paper for twoooya' TI1I.f!rat.recent.11 purchased theLuotlsllands"east i ,

--=- --:--:- -. with ntoe cottage; artesian water; Dear and tbft nu'dal his good ,wife gave ( of Klsslmmee and LiL5IANEO: } [ii

..,.. .. 72 .' M ', town. Inquire of J.; M., Wlllaon, .Jr.Ix birth to twins-and they were boll we learn they expect .at. some tlm i i r >OOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQW.LVanDuzor&Co. <
,3. :
y.. :
i ;:.,., 1>7 ,
> A boys. It pays to advertise.,
. ,,: 13 lie .,t. 8T.- gold belt pin. Finder In the future to establish a n..yal.torelplan' .

ay.a, ...: :: .. 7 :M: ",.. will please return to Miss Ber\leJ'ohn- Mill Lannie' Bass spent Sunday 'at. on It.' rCard.ot. .
l i ,t
at ..... 7. 4S :;,;; on.> home with her parents, accompanied '' l
: BUT GET i., . .
.611 411 .... Tbsnks.; THEIII AT J ? "
.4av.t.u., Attention 'ladles J Beautiful ''China by .her cousin, Miss Ida Pryoi'Jlp?: .- "
:method of publicly l '
I Itake'thir ex
A. MIMP8ON, P. M.r Closet Pensaeola 'who has recently'entered
/given away. Enquire of Dann, ; thanks to'the'citizens rot j.LOSCEOLAf. BROKERS I- s
my
pressing ,
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The Shoe Man. Rolllna College at Winter Park, - .
forinaertioa advertise'Kts : Klsslmmee for, their kind assistance ; t. '---'---,
el I The W. D. Maklnsoa Co.. aliippei lie". E.: G. 'Ralley. -was here Mondoy '
among the, re.dlnl'mattEII'/ on nearly, .4,000 boxes' of, oraiiges-'laa from' Klsslmmee. He will move hereby rendered In an destruction endeavor. to' save fire las mypropery ,f PHARMACY.fdMF ; REAL ESTATE: ,,
fr by
f page is ten cents per Une'eac In. week the flrst'of December This. family I ; 1
? Friday evening White and colored, AND INSURANCEbooooooc __
Hon. r will be welcomed to thecityBartow .
cordially .
to' leer: :
We regret learn that Mrs ladles and gentlemen,,worked togethein //F k+F tFtktklP1MRhk/MktFk1MFb! I', .rt
son Is seriously 111 at Punta ..Oorda CouHerInforhanLMr. getting what they could out, of the }

where .lle.aDd the General' are on a and Mrs.,lflrarn Alderman, ;tot, burning 'building, 'and succeeded In ,
-
Local News. visit to friends. Bassenger returned home 'yesterdayon' saving a Ja.rge'part "of, the furniture' ,

I will be in Klsslminee on 2 ov. SOU the Naomi. They Jxad.rbQeq to : in doing which they displayed a .kind -

.. \ with a bunch of Horses. Tampa T 1' several days for medical !. ness Jo myself and family that .wil
:
.. W. J. MpGBAOKKN.. 'treatment of Mr. Alderman for an ab- not sobn be'forgotten.. Respectfully, H. G. 'Sfanfgrd\

Arthur DoDegan. left last''week fdi r 'H: M.PFANN..' ". '

.P ')phone; us yovjjj.wants, Chicago to look after.the W.. B.. Mak IBS.Bunn.. Dean & Co., naval stores operators ' 'Meals c' '
at all Hoqra., .
Vi e'11 do the running;, in son Company's orange business at' at Campbell, havesold their:' t. ... .' <
that eud of the line. business to a Mr'.. Paul, of. Georgia, I have fitted up a'; lunch"counter in The Oriajnatop of} Low"'-' '
..saloon and am prepared, to serve
.
KISSIMMEE D.tuo'Co! : FOB S ALB-Fine lot on Nonrr Main who'was here last Wednesday looking my !
Jrlc"75.00 the' and also for lunches on short notice all business q4.4 'MJ
. Apply to T. M. Mur after 'transfer, a res
pby.. idence town for his family. hours. Oysters In any style, ''ham

Watson's i Rugs.< ._ ; number of wild duck have been Mrs., J..:A. Garrett. of Fort Gardi sand witches, barn and eggs, hot coffee 'W nid, Like e a 'Face to'Fa ;e. 'Talk with You '
prices..' L.
served at reasonable
etc.,
.
dour liualness{ Local seen several times this week near the nor, who has-been spending time with .
Wood at the city dock in the lake. They should B Johnston left Hopkins, "Uncle Dad," will be In I, t' '
Lve. orders for Stove her sister, Mrs. W. ,
!
charge to see that i ut""customers'i are ..... . ,, .. : .
be molested ------
"actor)'. not by any one.,-.= TCt..lmHi3ee Tuesday night for Bar- '
69 Way, jokJQr'lando, was here henry Townsend and: his brother, tow where she will sp ;n
pesday on business. Mr. Nail, were among their KUslromeo days, with her. relatives and frfendsv. putfotfage in this line.. R..T,,*BUT KB, articles he picked up for his customers' while,In.New' York. 'recently -* . ;

lot of Picture Moulding just oT. friends this week. They report The man who advertises l. the man .In the way'of the latest designs and patern* in" '

[ at Thompson's. quiet times in and around the Crabgrass that'gels "the business-bear that. in 0. ---' : M ...'"". r-:.. ;, .- i ._... J-.. r .*"* .'_.> .
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of measles still re- settlement. mind The who don\ F. THOMASON.P la. sad S..oo.LL .. Y
ev' cases are ma may pros' '
.c.mon ho children of Klsslm- The stores aro filling up with boll- per for aWhi1 but the man who advertises ciLM AMIWIHID: > Dru Goods, Notions. Dress, Goot1sGGnt'sFurnlshlnps,( ,

r day goods and the children are"be-' judiciously'r and keeps everlastingly Realdoac. 'Pho. 33. LadI6 R6adu Made Skirts Waists Etc. 7 '
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otrl .'Plao. 4 t-Two ItlPoKtS8UOIKK. ,, ", ,
ulunlngto ask puzzling ate r--la the who wins f . I. ,
kh oysters served in any style on many questions man FLA. .' C . t.
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[notice. Chas Bass, at the Bof as to the personality. of Santa. out In the long run., rfi( , . . ""
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''I Tories | Claus. .. Atlas'M&lDi6 Hicks left a. low days tiV NNMN 01 IN1 tt NM'WN Knowing that goods well bought are half1' hold: he. looked the '

,, Harwell, of Oviedo, spent a Jack and Will-Hancock went down Ago f or.Amerl ul. Qato. attend thewedliog Business Locals ". market 'Dyer l for what, }he:,watfted, which wa.e. the/best goods> to ba. ' .'. *!

of the week among his Ids- to Lake Marlon on a turkey "hunt of her friend, Miss Ray Qin- ,i had for the ;inoney, and feels perfectly confident that the trading 8'
Monday. Flndln-that game to be Miss lllnton has bean frequent "
ton. a
, /den.d I. acardT! + they returned to Ilatcheoehaw visitor to relatives here- and Has ctiw..w.... .. ....... - - '" public will agree to the statement that'he -.fiucceeded. In.. ''hie de't' 8
tlb son was born .to Mr. and sire when They his Immense stock; : t'a
see
Mother'lild lake, where they bagged 30 coptp and many! friends among our people who Guitars at Danu's. .
W. Kpji;\+ Tuesday' 48 ducks one-turkey'behg butgecTatJHS will tender. their bougratulallons to In Men's Uatr at Kate's: "
New shapes
'He careful to
doing well first named place. tlia.i.gentleman who was' fortunate 'was not only( as the price paid but extremelyso >

+.;, ly dollar you pay Gulce& Brat Biggest lot Loaded Shells ever enough to win her. 'School' SbOes at Stanford's guaranteed in selection) of goods the quality' of which In every Instance 1 "

goods of: on account gives toKisslrnmee Graves & :: fully!, measures up to Its value in Jh'e asked '
$ -423p lcce Din.Jlan'sell .- brought at ;Two fires a, yearbe was burned ---- money for i It, (So*' '*
f bhance; at a : : Braves V C ., An elegant')line pf Ladles'; Muslin having )largest.stockTof: the l lat9stup-to.dategooda f
of house and home before -
j just a- :
out year' : Underwear. at KaU's.U.jl,1! .'\' .., he'h >s f ey
W.. L. Van Duzor- has received a to day-iidoein'f *to .db. 'handled he feels confident : '
.hal vvchosed the ft troetn : er of your approval V\: | hjfl. efforts In, '
: fine registered, Berkshire-'o pig from thecelebrateddilltmore'tfaEmj hearten. II M. Pfanu'vWy much-but Go to "Danu t.11f""Sb" Man" for everytfalng '
MabbetE'1 bo- your behalf i *
t.tAgo Increased
( op street ? by an patronage""-nist 8od nucf pecause it' / > ,
to II. 1'leming'tlrough J'' Mn : : !} ? ;. A et'91.e.: be takes. the matter calmly;and",'philb 1 1 in the. ShoeUce ,,,, ,, \ Is Stanford'but because Stanford Is '
< ; its iiposition
..'N l.tn Carolla tkiWtjt. l\'J.i\ ; sophlcallp"ae'the'portion 1 : '?bf?mlsf or- !'' Bify'Vour Shoes from Stanford. the save ,

jr.amtly.pf J. R. Gilbert',' has I"i'. ".M' Leon .Conkiin' of' Klsslmmee' r., tutlsthat must befall him In )H"., tie old'reliable",-'. shoo man.

the residence: of J.' n. arrived Saturday night and returned will, soon begin rebuild the pretty. Stanfordhas an mvto-date, line of :

into jr. -at new the Intersection oft home Tuesday, accompanied' by his homo he }lost in the fire last week.,. Men's Hats; Neckwear, &o. .' ey. for -You.

4 and Main streets. wife, who has sprat six week with her Klssimmee's Big Four-Profa.'Simp' Your subscription for' any Book or .

, parents here Mr. and Mrs; Krelder.rcadIaNews .- Ion and Ypwell and DI.... hunter and Magazine at publlsner's price, .and I y. r
tI7, Calhoun returned from his the at Dane,.. .' .. : ,
,\ Simpson, left here Wednesday afterB55iTTor save )'ou' postage rr zlr
Tennessee alma in : : .
I )11'! J. R. Cape Informs us that he Merrill's Island to enjoy a Ladles, before .buying-' your Fall 1
t'. .
[eat his Thanksgiving/ turkey : call .A.goen :for ;
lost until Dregs
w Kissimmee. erects; to buy a lot in town and build camp bunt to Saturday Goods, Trlmmlng-I'M., on 'I' "
|H family In ' will They go tinned and equipped fur a' H.. C. Stanford and save money.. :: '10,
1 a residence on it,. into which he Queen, Quality Slices for Ladies. .
Col. W. E. Coaraan T. W. '
of termination, :pt and
campaign ex any Wood.
move his family _In order that his cbtlIrcn Stove 4
1 d Dr. J. E.. Ennls, prom enl. species of game that swims., W. 'L. Shoes for '
may have the. advantages of our every We wUl furnish Stove Wood,-deliv Douglas, ,Men.
| Jvui-cooseo one of.the most High School. walks or flies, creeps, crawls or climbs. ered to any part of town at tl.OO per -
aus communities in the Union, observed Strand. MAYN UD LUMBER!; Co.To "
ira. Davj Ca. Thanksgiving Day was :
Wednesday We learn tbt.Me, pa .
attending -
town and Marlon Godwin had an altercation here by a cessation of business for a Cure A Cold In One Day v -. ', : .,. '
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." l'ort.lon'o1 tbo day by.all the business .r-.I Sy
-- last week Whittier Tab- '
one day pear Take Laxative Bromo Qulne
i B, C arson and son Jambeurned In which both were, more or les.brnlsed. houses, while the postotSoe and bank Jets.: All druggist refund the money nttnfnn1tnnnnntn"n1fnrnttnnnTntm'nnmTUJm! } ntn'' .

from White- Springs: informant states that were closed for the greater 'pirt of if its fails to cure E.. ,W Grove's "
Our ,,
f time for the held is on e .o11"bos. 25o osceola E NORTH KI88IMMEH, Ji""ONIE! NQ', =
Sey spent some | the day. Union services were at signature 't '
Mr. Godwin received several slight == :::: .
i t>their health. Their friends nits on the face and head, from Mr the Methodist! church at. which Rev.W. Pharmacy. == C.: GRIFFIN: 1,

' >leased to know that they were Cason, none of which, however, 'are J. Carpenter, of o'a.inenille. :-:::::: . ... .
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j [improved by the trip. lerious. One of Mr Cason's eyes was preached a sermon appropriate t4$ the =

'. Parsons, president of the lerlouslytnjnred in the melee. We occasion. A ,

(sons Cattle Co.. 'arrlvety here Failed to learn the cause of the dlQljulty .- : .Charley Taylor (la local agent for I Banc family ITrocerjesI'

\ys two, and will) spend some or the particulars more* than the : The Southern Mutual Aid Society, SAD ;

pis vicinity looking after his above. .,_:which writes Inuurano policies == .-. -
Tuesday he took; passage i against sickness and accidents. They MISTAKE : '
p. ; ..
the old lire
Why not repair aparatusat FE .
Lilllle for his range\iti Turkey chemical engines and VrgranU'e/ a are dolngconslderable/ business among;! ,,, 3H, lVt ATS. .
people. If Interested in good -
bk.ijlldlngs. our .
to -
fire protectour
volunteer department
from accidents ,
health or freedom or
on n-O'adwa, oecr.9 -.:- property from fire? Any organ/ a weekly stipend while suffering-see ,,, Delivery every day .at'ny hour,; patronag?'solicited, 3. +

't,'k : J B be the for City bent sale business at Bakery a bargain.catlons.iu and ..Post-This .I..ized better effort than with nothing.any sort" Had of appliancesIs a ladder Charley. He'll tell you"Petf"TWdn all abqut it. .-----. :7l' UL1Uiilli1LULUlli111ilililllllIIIIi111Iii1111III1ULIIIllll. l ... ( { liilil. S:; +,

Y pee, and one of the best rent und a few buckets boon handy lastFriday Last: ,Saturday! as was ,

ertles and always rented. ApAg't. night, or where they could coming into town, the horse be was '-. ..' th
M. TILt.EIt, have been reached by body of men riding fell with him near the Electric CQOOOQ .
fop Owner; residence and threw him tj the crcoocaaccQaaocccQCCoooc
wherrthe alarm was: !given, the Light Plant\ .N

A' "roostmlr" turkeys, quietly of Mr"PT5nn could undoubtodly i. ground with great force. He was rendered If you buy Xmas goods NEW ARJET"

| In a secluded spot near the'lrce have l been saved. We are neglectfulof unconscious and seriously Injured ,- ,=: ,. .I.M :
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the fall. Dr. Hicks was summoned before seeing our;elegantline ,
t for them to fly into. trees our own Interests as long as .we by "

fch creek last Friday evening, put this duty off who gave the necessary niedlloal to be, opened'up BASS? OLD STAND
him moved to . . .
assistance, had ..
cock ancl ..
was surprised by twovn letter = AND ASWELL .
b..e. received the following 2otli;; '
1 We Nov ;r .
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bears the )Lake Bouse!; where be la .,econ '
coming out of" the from Rev C. G. Keown, of Lincoln '
.-hln a few feet of him. His HI-, who with his estimable wife fined to his room. LOT. IT .IS.; 'J, T. REAVER. PROP'_ _, > .

bf turkeys immediately, jraveOther spent the past two winters in Klsslm- We learn from letter. received here . '. \ :; j vr.f "
the 1 __ "
sensations, and although I winter"We.re in Southern planning California to spend, and this week from Mr. C. R. Reed, of Aroadla. J .: :' '

' vt 18 was loaded with that be contemplates returningto ... .
gauge will make '
s pot, be trained It upon 'one off I. not knowing just where we 'to Klsslinmiee, again at. an-early say Oft' Handles !nothing'but .tba best, choicest-Be. FWi is' 't. t"' ,
and drops our headquarters, I will ask you and engaging In the watch repairingbuBlness. ." and MuttontHat the market afford"Orders'solicited .. ,
wag 4s
sw:ces.ulia 'or lived here
until further 'Mr. Reed once ,
discontinue my paper .
it'
s I its .and promptly attended to. Free'delivery in town
tracks at1 ti first shot. with its and -his friends will be pleased to 'f ;
J' I shot the otber)'. ar. but .it dera. We enjoyed Florida know of his intention of returning. .. .- -, .. ; ..'.. .. ,' ,. > .......;
t citizenship,
and genial
? I The one .Iat .'..ras dressed lovely climate There Is no boo' in the-business here ,.=
i pghthere and placed In John- and think In all probability we may at present and his comlngto supplythe 1

'1 K fond rke i*of where such It delicacies was served;' ,.out. drift bock'to Klsslmmee agaln, whenwe want will be good news to the; pub; Klssimrfef Drug: 'CO: 'TERMSi: CASH.. ;:PHONE 61. : i1

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.c shall )hope to meet the d, many kind 110. L.. ,. ,. o ,
P-t Fleming/ has a few mow! 'de- friends we met while sojourning there." Mrs.,Alvey. returned last night froma : -f'
flty lots for Bale.if interesblm to Atlanta .and.Jacksonville.., "
I Send'tt Tour Jb" PrlnUn,,, visit. a :"
for description and.prices. J ] .; t tw ;,, u 1 .
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1'10. Ti.aeh .nearsIles o bar nfvdlsUnct. Wo will give, a:

nnwbet of recruits accepted for P e few' examples. .
French army for 1904 Is only .100.* MuI4, The round, yellow tomato the large
) : against 233.000 for J003. although ; red early tomato and tho early, red
difference tbe number of wen dwarf tomato constitute three types
quite distinct from each other. Graft!
tbe lists Is not more than COO.The o
\ of 37,000 Is due to a more ed on the round yellow tomato, the ',.
,, ( examination of the conscripts.IV large red touiato ,Uike<.the Blender ,"
'-" aspect, the color And tbe disposition J
This? of the It'nvH'of the subject and In'
-1t r *offer On. Huailrtii ollart lUwwt. for this case'we have-a "very clear trRu -
> _. .of O t>rra teal canuol !>.-cured- by mission of the i'htirncters: ot the "he It'

.C.-r4'J!.-Cure 7. CBB.*r *;Co.,Toledo O. ject race to 'the graft race. In the!
| ., the uDo1erelped.-ben known. ,. J. eiiHo of tliround yellow tomato, graft- 'ff'
: .,. lorA, ,... 16 yean, .n4 belter Him .cd on1' .the rid/dwarf early tomnTo 3
uononUilo In e.11 bu.lgeu va u_-
hero Is ns romnrknblo A ,,tram mlHi ..
ant lliuuoUlly able to carry 'out.*ay
t' } ...tnuie by tbetr firm. ,' In tho churacterl'MtlCM of the fruit PII ,..
; A TSUAX _. PruggUU,ToleJb, the same graft It J14 J jx> -'lble i
1' U.. KIKSAX A UABVI, VliolMkl servo at one lime three Olfforent sorts 1
IKft i>rm, ((lit', Tole.lo O. of tuft; wjm'o are round. -> ; ? ; H'. ialarru tar. I.taken lnlemklly, aU others arc flnt. .slilubi. "nndellow : i
".ree...' upon tae l 4ouu and knuooaj ear"* c
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of 'U.'."' 11I. :cetliuoniale& eeut free.. w ," and fltlllot\1.I'c!)\ aw lint riboe.iiinil I
Q ., 75o. per bottle." bold by .U LruggUw." yellow, thus oon-.JiirrtTig t111' 'Olfr .
'. Fmiitly rtll >r.' rue IxoC i x d of the frults/(of th TTtntrtwI ''raw with .

.T...... U.n.rtlone of"('."pII. !" ,a- ta ; 1v S'u ,, ,+' y4y i the form of the fruits of the subject! ,):
y ; generations of.one family 'are iq'l t race. All of these fruits,, withrefer,

i { .In tho office 'of the Tren, onco'to sire ore between the size! of .
(Mo.) Republican-Tribune.:.' They the fruits of ,I ho'yellow' round tomato
t : + "Grandpa" Allen, og&l slxry-0ve;, net grsftrdami,tbomi' of the ,,reel:
w ;: son O. A. Allen., woo is foreman dwarf early 110rlunl| tomato. .

't i .ProaL'r/ : tbo' latter sou and daughter;' _ _ '_ p t Daniel hnll."IIlso been able to craft tit
and/Mabel, aged fourteen and the! large red tomrtto on different nnlerjclncs. .,
,.respectively _ l Ono of tli" gt arts. placed on ,c
y e : tin long": Vlbct' aulnTKlirp, .u'gg plane

if .'-, i ;; N obtained n much grpn Ipt:11(felopiiipilt .
NOT A. COMMON TIHEK. Hum tbe others, and whereas fno'! vegetable
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,'charge against the, prisoner at ;nppnrnttis. outside of extraortll- .''
bar wale beZlI ment. nary vigor kept Its orhinry! 'hu'lI-"tp". rF
was' alleged In tb Indictment the fruit .rbaiiKed" Its fwntn (t>)nl'llt'I' )t e

bo had "'maliciously. and felonl- : and uchurrtsl the le.ngthcneil nod 11111n. ,. ;
: appropriated and embezzled,: lag, form of Ihe'Quber'giuo\ subject nl- >, r
theaum *' though It -WHII! liinrli. ICKH tong and ,
I' his own pee of 500000. !
; say you?". he. was asked. urge. 1'be rp'pr."raft f>jf thl'i,. an- ,; :'
: you guilty or not-'guilty T". hl'1110, on tliei<< oinnld cure tin
amount Invol..edoI haughtily ) oasi .A 'long"violent milel!: .. 9,
; the prisoner, "Isasuffi. Cine grafted on n urge red tonsa ofnrnlxbeit I
+ ntie'tiii| > Ilireti kinds -Ctffplt ;
nt < :
answer to'that question. When ., I -; 'a? F
's, gets away with half a million =;::: :: I- I sorn. > norroftl. ulilnlns, IpiixUi 'I
)1 cued, ntt l slightly -stnpeh.! otUerji
< prmlr
i not embezzlement. It Is merely; nioroouAra oy THEJ_ _PRINCE_OF WALKS AND TILE CZAR OF . .. .;
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money Into unconventional -
,"t1; .."-Chicago Tribune.DESCRIPTIVE. . A Resemblance: E WonderfulCity NEW EXPERIMENTS (:
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!! r.. That is That I N GRAFTING7HENRY .. ;; .... .,> ... ,
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Startling -
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-Did you make Jove to '
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: girls at the shore? : Russia Covers COUMN. in'La Nature . "" "\
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-Yes. One from, .Do.ton Dean-Ikes Che Work of M. L. Ii 'Ji .
: one from New 'Orleans. 'ISES of mistaken Identity 00000 Daniel of tie Rennet aCII't.y' :"i.l ,

rg was ttr' '. would bo less likely to take When the. "Easteni problem" becomes of Se"noe.SI. ;...: ,--- .......-.

you ever have: chills and .litC. [ place If more care were acute, as It (toe?s periodically, U Daniel, of the faculty of. ....,;:. ,._....:;.,( i#'. .A ;:..:"
-Smart Set. I taken In-ob..ervlllg 1I111h'ld.tII11'pt'Cllllarltlee sciences of Itcnncs has for '
attention is attracted anew to Constantinople some ytmr OrsftofEg.P'antonTomato. At Ih..l liftnnrionl "
is. ---. -- of physlog- ; the wonderful city uPo investigated the nucstlon vegetable 'iruit of I hi. tontl.-.din nnlxo(.!..<. In
t."...,, .......j}-earrlugE'.pol o of tbe bead find which Russia has so long looked with grafting, and his researches. have mortified the.At the mlil.1l..moiliflvil.mutinied fruit romi'lvd.lu I Ibo iH"I or.a in ui II 1111.an

and other physical personal traits envious eyes. and which seems,} destined to a considerable;extent our con .1/"'
.1 mnnnerlsiua. If, however Nicholas If.. In the end: to fall under the do- caption of tblfi matter and the VOIIHOiumicos - - - mi-Mutt" -flat--- ""-"
the Czar of all the RuKslns. .and bis ._ ovoid and IIblnlll and ,
aiitnti ----- .- --- ------" till and ribbed as the
rJJt,1, W Bngllah cousin the heir apparent to tenet) at lop l
tho British throne ocruple l less consplcuoux 1- BIRD'S-EYaVVICYVS OF THE CITY* OF CON TANTNO.LL I fruit of J tomato.
poXltlonM contemporary history I I "M' i w>w.' Tl T.he; following '*>'<' It Mill more curious.
with "** ...," ..... .. 1'lll'u Is at Urouvnux. nwir .e
and mingled' more freely 'J; -. ", \
their fellow men It would take at least *>< Vets n mi-dlar tree mono thou one ': ;
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:1 a Sherlock Holmes to tell which was > hundred years old which In grafted on '
_ which.: The rl-Ki-iublaiu-o! la startling a hHwtliurne, and a little l"ovo tho ,,,.

whether the two'prlnccH.Jiro'' seen nt ;- : '. Kraft: the subject, tnnt Is, limn IIMW- ':':

different times or when they are side y+f+' thorn Las given birth to n branch of ."" 1

by .k le. as In the nccompnnyliis! cut. r medlar tbU branch... .differing/ from i
r, The two men seem- to conspire to make\ gill ftcd part'of tlu' tree-ln the ..>! ,
ulsbable. ba tnorim nnd that III place tbct"i"
. .-'i themselves mutually Inc1l8t111 IJiiitjU: ,
M The forehead of each Is low- at the pnHlucllu single! nowers. tae;: latter
centre but more prominent about the united In an lntlorewen liarinc;
S'J temples; the hair Is arranged In prac-1 many a* twelve white !jlowom .lmHor. ;
tlcally the same way. Each wears a to these of the medlar.! The fruits uro

full grown beard and generously flowIng those of the meJiar, but they!,. .nre very '
mustache.. The differences In small and flat. l

4 height:, weight. and bearing nro hardly These example- taken from bun't
I It. perceptible.The dreds of ftlmllar ones, show lu a con-
leading member of royal I houses chusiVb C.IBhloJl'at. tlw''i
'n "even when closely related -do not_have "iodln IrreJnlllrl till! ptclflc char.
t., 9t.r frequent opportunity of meeting:: a circumstances actor of the srifft. \\ last quclltl"l1nrlllC'1I
il' .: .. which- fortunately preserves I' .naturally in th1s} roltlll"r )Ion. .,
f.
':"''''I'"fT-J'J<. ., the Individuality of Nicholas I. uEN1111JL, VANUUAM1C \"nOJ!' THE CITY. __ I Are ,tile hiodlrt done tluw.. fIiertHlltirryt r thlt.'t"d ...t-t
T& I,:. ]' f a and his .English counln. .,, .Theresem : --- .. ---- -" ----- From the'' M pertinents of f'' .
'. ;' It'tl! t I ".. blance wasj-howcvcr, a.matter,of cons minion of the Czar's empire lint )tbe I < of the operation. It was for Daniel onpfiunyj'eonclude.'lHnt; : lUo\ li.Vbrld ;i''
t I l.7" 7f" atant comment when,' >out nine years ''Sick..alan .of-! ,Europe" although he mrrly Ik-ll-jveil that If was not possible, .*of'" tbn'waft'miiy'! be' gronpe'A ,,g ,".

t / .i. :.f: [>g y_the Czarewltch//. Nicholas Alex-: may be. tbe Sultan of Turkey U.past i'!'If -one wished to ootnln good result. three cntr.Dories: (11) Those whlclt- fuietheir sgrally' \
I Ii /1 "c'f..i.J.h. ".:'" androwltch crossed the English Chan master In the art 'ployliiK the great to graft two closely allleu plants as, preservethrough cImArneteristlr" il'. 'Po
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,,.",, .. !ii"Ui: nel. The closetrlendshlp between the powers against{ each other,,niid of Indnclnff 11 for1 example, two varieties of the same Kraltlntf! *lljm':> or tulcrn;. (aH Isf
7'7'i ',., 1"-, (...-....,,:..['"it., I.1 Czar and the future- el1d of the British one of them at least fa chain"plon species.\ Daniel shows, however that those win 11 only conserve a portion of ,
E ; V .7; .',,,,' ,>t.' empire can best be "shown In the his cause, secretly If not open lu point of tact It Is possible to graft' the acquired .l'barnl'terll'artl'r this .lIm,.

':: rtJ:. , ; .I! words of an English political writer I ly. England Ilussla, France, lIch 'together| two plants chodeniu.arly at vegetable multiplication! ; a ml-(31 those
i 'I 1 i ' \' a few years ago. lie said: has played the rule of protector ami hazard the result depending more on with wiiljrh rho ItnpreRHlon Is fugitive

-I .41-f... ;1 W" "There are Only two men In this now It Is Germany which will not permit I tho skill of the operator than on the and disappears totally when one at;
e i d country who can peak at >first hAnd the drastic action which tbe Kill- nature of the plants It being possible tempts to multiply It by vegetative tt
of the> views, aspiration, and desires tan' course richly merits. Time after I I to unite by a graft two species of the means All e! then forts, although tr-
t. Mrs. L C. Glover Vice Pres Milwaukee I
4 r of the'Emperor ot Russia. The 1NJAo -r regular In their nature, ore lotf''l'IItIng -' lit
of York; bis-cousin. Is one. They met ., from a raatl'tll'olllOlnt of view, but
: ;
'Wis. Business Woman's Association is ) '
; gr
y at the funeral ,of the Queen of Den 1 S / f---:5': {y they are nbovo all, Interesting from

mark .and talked long and earnestly the standpoint of general biology.m,
of million who '
l another: .one the, women concerning tho question ot peace. It s u'PP a isj ------ et,

1 have'' been, restored to health by ,using future Is an event King of of hopeful England augury should that have the The Samoan Oatii igger.. 'r


P' Lydia :E. 'Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. cemented mon relative at the the bier ties of of their friendship com- _Made he Subject of'Patent, ,,.'a''. ,*

,Which unite him to bin. Cerman Investor:
.'' ,'. bawd on peace ,
DKAJI Mas. PnccaAMl I.was married for several years and no children \ {t j 17la 1
r dewed; my home. The doctor said I bad a complication H>f female troubles Imperial cousin the Czar. It Is slgnlncaiit A Wilhelm Michael von Malea! a,subject -.
sad eomld not have any children unless I could be cured. He tried to cure of much 'that r.t the gra..cstcrlslll r a n of tbe Emperor of Unssla, residing ,
... but after experimenting for several months my husband became disgusted lu his life Xll'boll11.. should at Hamburg, has.taken the trouble to .
f' and one night when we noticed a testimonial- a woman who had have found great sympathy and sup patent In this country the' outrigger
beau cured of similar trouble the 'of ydla E. Plnkham'a
l through use port from the English! royal- family. o.ttachmeutthat Is so familiar In someof
Vegetable Compound h. went out and bought' bottle for"me. I used when tbo Emperor stood
This year
;+ Your medicine for' three and one half months,' improving steadily in health the islands of the Pacific particularly
.emd in twenty-two months a child cam I cannot fully express the Joy and almost alone before Europe committed A id1 tt the Samoan group. In many
t thankfulness that Is in my heart Our home is a different place now as we to tho most chivalrous and also the museums, may bo seen models of these
aY+ have something to live for, and all the credit is due to Lydia K. Plnkham 'most necessary pf crusades again war, frail canoes, lu which "the hatfves,
:"Vegetable) Compound.. .Yours very sincerely M... L. QLOVEK, 014 Grovet the young sovereign found a ..sympa breast tbo ocean's waves: The essenitls ;
'1 Milwaukee WU." Vice President,,.Milwaukee Business Woman!* Ass's. thizer: and friend In the. Duke of York' feature Is an outrigger' or arm

'Women should not fall to profit by the experience of,these two The farms of the United States cover lift tt i at the end of which Is attached a wooden -',
VR' women ; just aa surely aa they were cured of the trouble enumerated > 8u.onO.IJ(). acres and employ nearly float. The effect Is to give a larger
: In their letters, Just so certainly will Lydia E. Plnkham's I COXSTANTIXOri.E AND TilE GOLDEN IIOHN. I base and hence to lower- the centre of .;
10.5:;<)M>.(iOO people.
.,.jtf d. Vetfetable Compound cure others who suffer from womb troubles, "
." ;; - -- gravity to, such a _point_ that_ It_ Is nrnctically _-
n u
; am.matioa of the ovaries troubles
r ,' kidney nervous exclt&bIUt : .""
.. ,''t':. and nervous prostration remember'tba" ItJII Lydia E. Plnk- '-' time, when the crimes permitted It toot same family and even plants belong Imponalble for the boat to cap-.
llama..Ve..table Compound that U curing women and don't allow t.1'.' ,.rA' # liMtlgated bj-.the.SUltau have shocked ing to families which are widely dlf also no matter bow rough the wavei. '!''f'
... any druggist to Mil you. anything else In its place.. Jt J, \"'': .;' :' tho civilized world and when he ferdnve from each cther.... It is not In the patent above referred to tb 11 I
.An Indiana rdy Telia of a Wonderful Cur i I :!.i seemed to have passed the limit of neccRtiarjr la.this'('QsqJ.a..deal wltb llgr float U mocll ed.' being made In ,the, f>
t\ endurance be ban escaped punishmentby I ueous'phints, for rho' herbaceous species form of .hollow drum, tbe inventors;
l f Dad Ttfaq. PIXKHAM t it i..pleasure Ift the same old trick of playing' one are hs eauhy! gritted ns-trees even '
1' for me to write_dell what your wonderful power against the others. Whether i at the time of their germination. .
medicine has done for me. I was alck for > not lie will be able to apply the Home The principalcoucluslonsof lol. Daniel
ph.Q.OUlrb"three .years with change a oancerons of life condition, and my t Methods with 11111'(081' to 'tbl'( United (tilt ve reference to the action which the

1'a' womb. During these 'three years I.' Ktates! In' tbe Intent complication will subject the rooted plant and the '
: suffered untold agony. |i !i4. an Interesting problem. graft, the plant Inserted 'Into the foriner. -'

'"I cannot find words la which to...: have than ench other. It has
-4 press .... I did not ezpeet to d Ix.niloii'. M.ny Tallore.Ill been previoUHly considered nn article!
;; e w ever see another well day. I read some of tbe. 1SU1( Hio number of per.oiiK enguted of fnlth that the graft'only drew from ,
testimonial reo m.ndlq your medicine and In the tailoring trn<{tu In London the subject the superabundance of OAT CANNOT UPSET.
a'' w deolded to write to you and give your treatment was BT.'tOO' ; In 1S71 these bad'Increased strength'Possessed by the former and Idea being that' these ; mounted '

n a trial M' ? to i8OOO; In 1S81, to 40.30i; that the modification It underwent was on roller* would thereby minimise the ,
/ "Before I btaiien half a bottle of Jn 1801, to C2.300. and in 1001. to (40,071. but alight without any change, taking resistance to the boat's headway In '"
17 dI Lydia E.: XMnkham'c Vegetable Compound It U rather difficult to aiVonnt for place-In structure or posterity Daniel the Samoan Islands these outrigger
\ have taken,
\ r .... bottles. bejran.to and:, am ao sleep..well I can do all kinds now 1.:4: this. Increase, says the London FreeLance has shown In a convincing" manner that are' usually placed at the boat's aide

i } Lt 1- of work."--Mas., Lizzn Uuraxa. Salem, lad. as It Is far'In, excess'of any Increase tbe craft Is often-not always, .profoundly but In the Inventionabove, they'arc'' ;
J In the popullilJon. It ,'.of modl ecl., that the "1 1being'of
would like'a4rlce. ie may subject imodlfled placed Just aft the stern, th&.support.
It there 1. anything In your"CAM About which' you course, ,be due to the fact that menpay 'In fts, turn( and that by the such shape and ss a disposed f.I
bam. She can surely help [
Pink
1 tgpeclal writ freely to Mrs. more attention nowadays to their graft It Is possible to obtiln new types as not to'' Interfere'',with the comfort
z from wider experience
.won for no panonin America can! peak Maas.a her free' appearance tbau formerly a"cl'conlle. which. being produced 6y the influence and convenience' Abe "boat's occnpants. -
,. ad.Jce"
,treating fomalo 111*. AadroM.U Lynx; ;. -:-- ,
quentlythnt, 1D0re'cluthC'a being worn of two>* distinct plants ,
are partiallycomparable -As lifeboat
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+1' ') helpfulA "itKFt. : equipment such ,
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:$5600 ......UU'....a.... weera tea r.... ....r.a.e I."a-.I-. Was (IteceuUy appointed,; Governor Taft'i but hardly\ think this can' be thecase. crossed fecundation. Daniel consider as Its use would pment-capalslui fq ;
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ON' FOISIINDAYOURSEENT while see He f:.i the hungering tbonsand; *:, CORNS AND THEIR TREATMENT.. I. - -
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It was but yesterday lie touched new, life -
into the maniac boy and smoothed the JBepraaaat a't>*fe\t.*Knt.e '8 WeUOCesuUEffort . .

deep furrow from a,, father brow. This; to m....' ............., 4JFiJI'IIrr.

f ;, Earl D. AN' ,,,.OLD morn He drove the fever from the slab one' :A: cord lit 'aft rpvei i.r4'irt'tff ,the- .' . ", LL21
TWN in Peter's home end
the
FOR trTrNCW ACE.' mar bap..me day
is dons He 'will whisper the lope ., a pure horny'layer ot somW portion of tie akin r .

and holy life te the harlot at the welt ;: : of*the' foot. Induced by friction or,'on-
... C.: ..'_eX".", 'l' tb I....... We have not too roach thought: oI' the; due pressure In one'sL' t.b7'tb'..bOe.It firI fvmJlliseq
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a.hJ.et of vital Imp.et..a works of Jesus as .the set ef on. fellowman -
....uBlabeet Type .T Ufa toroe toward ethers..... When viewed accordIng .. la altos ted general '.

    ..... .pti>.rs. to, this standard they are wen-! to. be' portion of one of the,iocs,.. mere commonly I 4 tORTfT .
    j the blithest 'realiration of- man's ItigHeai. ( the little- tae but moy-M&M the
    .KLTR, N. Yrla th. Sixth ArcnrnJ ideal. "
    Christ was' wise when lie said 0.- '
    hllreb: SundaInerrting the hold sole of tno, toot OP even .orrthtt inkle-. s
    p1. M.v work." for according te the Bodings -\,
    ..Bev; (trans McNally prceoh.d. of the beat thought/ of all the oc...sa. boae. ,. -
    Aa Old .Juution tor the New A.: work are nor beautiful- aigher God.' It logins l>y' an Incconso in russet. the o

    text: w. from J.ha xI4: : ''If Thou he The mere force. beauty and bnlinna. of In the tleepeu of-the akin 't
    papillae. part '
    hrl.t '
    tell w p\lo4I1I\ .Mr, Mc.\aUy His seta prove His kinship with the 'divine.. '

    Bnt.thia wafrnot enough to;sjLtl men woe asked this l question The Qt the scarf-skin horny lay- *' <
    were Christ lt the.were looking for was te or TM J v- '
    r in earnest.They asked it bcauseL demonstrate His divine power bv the er., The scarfskin soon becomes Inordinately ,of -Ugh+ However, necessity knew no'law and Irritation of Out] U-
    *".wer wu 01 vital import t. them might and ronqnest'of arm. !They' liiid it: i ..rmm.D4aUonthan. Mr.' Plans-man paid half down and took bladder shtilgltlbat: I t/IIIJfIit. .l

    t word Chrut"( _. laden with a all cut and dried .Just what'tbe Christ thick' and. the t'elllur.'tt'omthe I' can land the treatment and followed It faithfully ..._ .....__ ._._.._ _.... :< w

    Uth of Our meaning for thea.Jewish quesword should be and do. II* was suddenly to appear she -continuing., 1* ,)ulbed" back words,to..:': '...-" for four wet ka. '. of vow order suuuvysi," Delay was In' "f iia.stTJ! : _

    h.ere.Greek "Chriatos Christ" is the offspring; out of the.bceven. er out ef some ae cagalnst the enlarged.papillae..causing This Is what MrJ..H. Naturally, be thought that he would' prompt'' aU.DUon'onan.
    which '
    ia it. I
    erita all the meaning that the Hebrew turn mastered wonder*'. With way of the life sword attended He. wa*by quickly!treat tbelr final atroplfyeThis'formatlon . Flangttan (of Jtoon'' be Md ot't S.:.. tottbla, but In spite ,, oanseeeerl' -:;;.-

    died in his word "Measiah": Around to overrun the world and set up in Jerusalem of n corn affords a carious Sherman Tea;) of the doctoring: he goes on to Add "I 1 ons oompllcatlon.Bellere l

    G-To1i? !! fr hand red. af y are *M Jewish a power-that would rule all nation.. illustration of 'the defeat of na says of Doan's was In such misery that It. was almost .and car. ;

    k* and' religious, had _teredo' Any love philanthropy that & uld. be -ture'a"wellmeant"etTrta'to prevent Kidney" Pills. Bs impossible for me to do mt: work. sick'' kidneys ana i.H

    e iTwlmisU1'had made it: the dominant worked in would be all right' bat before trouble Increased of ,tells his experience< for the thickness
    .
    owl1" J/ 6f their sweetest songa.. I all else :Irfeeaiah must be the meraenrer1 .f words: He says, "Sometime In September Kidney*Pills came ''dreaded
    *
    | < ..< .ahadinga had formed tile, God's wreth the 'horny layer'Is Intended to afford "
    .r.la.t'th. nations,' visiting X was taken with a, dull aching alaael'OM to my notice and I-P617'77' mprocured dropsy and :
    and woof BrlchfBdisease : T
    fern of prophetic visions.' The them with defeat and disaster., that .the protection to the enlarged,, and tender the small of my" back,directly ( 9
    other .. she lulled her little one to sleep Jew might mis some from L.- ,'i by veins '
    supreme.
    sns of a Mesaianio hope LTb. little lad Thus it was that t. the questioner" : of I, papillae, a purpose which i would bd over the kidneys. X poJd small attentionto the drug store of C. ICf AIl<'.iI/8a.: D o a n'_ :Kidney'

    ,a. he came to hi. father's knee asking for .Hie day Jem proved to be a stumbling well tfccoropllshed did the process: stopthere. this at flrst thinking It would pass B. Craycr'othI: nils.. I

    i tale had hi. imagination'lired by the block. Did they find in Him a more. than 'But the friction by''the shoe eft. But Insteadof getting better .It u ed' they pllle "They1' be.is by" '1 ;

    jftoiT of what would be 'wham Meaaiab human power? Yes, thev conceded that keeps up the Irritation and more and became worse and In a, short time the according to dlrsotlone baling the delicatemembranes l'
    :romII: 0" ""V8Ie to more' of U5e horny covering". manufactured my reducing r
    England emaciated the
    and of
    WaablnRton or Edward* te AmerTca. life into the body palsied form leper or, epen-or infuse the eye new until Instead affording! PQm'across doWn far 'PI M' )theekm.leg..!. urprlae I was considerably . any, lnflammairon .
    *'
    w.. the name ef Mesaiah to-a slew of the' blind; or raise the dead from the protection.. it la. actually- the cause of relieved'on or me sua- "-k. ,rAnay.
    or it w..* at once the battle !lc-e SHiail Ol' Tis.t s preciselywnat the second dar .,, and thus action
    cry of hi. pot crave, they were bound to recognise a more all *' _ : making the of the'ip
    Weal liberties and the keynote ., 'his reJifnon. than human power. ,The cross and malicious tbgpnln. I I 1Il e atf: ft. Kidney trouble and In a short time kidneys regular.. -anil natural.AeUmgbaehirttutt. .. .
    - ; ,. said this DOwer is of the. devil hut After a time the1''&vpbt'where the corn will do with. the completely cured," ;}

    Th. Jew. ae they thought 01 the II... ." the more Intelligent said( ,-a* they saw the ie seems, aCQuire a Dad habit and body.; . '. t . .. v .J Sip heck end tote ''

    may whore be divided into two cl......-dhow u..l ..hnea the' love and tmdemess of the formation of the corn win 'go -on 'It" bow. ;rfcot always Till Is- the' universal ". _eswvant 8. hi." qr W JMtbg re.-

    \ 'conception"d "P'rif"wee' predominantly and ,tboae whoes teli.giou. His this.aeta.-"We,wiw be/oral"have never''N
    thought -predominantly at first but appears those who have erred.vrtsi with trleU.act esJ....L
    political. I these work except God be with "hint( I'? discarded,, i.-.. _....._ ,
    In .nfp.
    [ say predominantly! tmwuee the tw. views "Surel,. this must be "the Chriitl"! The' Tbe first thing to do for a corn Is to I Just this'way ; Ugktolonf, aMM if, jMto toM peri% .G.. ,
    were commonly blended.> The more ..piritfual answer of Jesus to the ;of flip ,' when some K'4-trouble and who have been fortunate
    ,
    for questioner get new shoes I.bat'are so snug ell not {"',::AWWD. />>Mfo'. JCiidary zv. dIwl..,. ,'
    hoped the
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    deliverance unusual movementor
    of the naI day given in the terms of love, an answer enough to test the merits of .
    I' Liong from the bondage of sin. and .th.',..* which they would not er could net understand to rub the foot anywhere; and so loose action brings Doan's Kidney" nils. Sod ramoM eeiraH cmf jwewL ,JWln AMT*

    |tioilt-.aorem.cT of the .'"w llb nation/ is that which satis8e the heart and, as not to make.pressure ,In. one.. spot sharp pains and There to nothing wonderful or magical pftfUmttoH,ihptmnin.JUutocfe urriiimmi.FoaterUllburn .: f'
    I through: the tninutry of the Messiah while reason.of the inouirer-xif, to-dnV.' It'iII..
    : exhaustive aches
    more than tn another 'about this remedy simply does .
    I the Jew looked Co., Buffalo. N.
    religions for the political>> though Jesus said. -"You ask if I am really : Tel;
    I preeminence of the Jew. under the leader.hmof the Christ of God ..ad in Him you look Tb.topiofthe corn may: be'.paredwltb ; telling of slcklddneys. '-' I the work by direct action on the'kid-

    the Meuianio Kjn.. .,However' for divine '!'O"' '''. ,Look at Xy works are a sharp knife.-extreme care being I Ieo neya. Doan'at Kidney Pills are for the

    I divergent the v ew.. in two thinm! all were they not of the highest< (typt_ Aye, more, taken especially In the case of the Me- Plan. I Iman' kidneysonly'. '' this accounts for" i
    f .ereed-the coming of the Mewi.h''meant thev,are fraught with the} power. of God hound experience bore this 'ou-t. their ,speedy and Jj Itf: ,
    akin It
    Jewi.h pre-eminence.. and he in hi. rominc and prove not only that I am the Christ aged. -not to cut the or Continuing, he says: "I did 'not Pain InTOUm. certain action. ,

    [ wouldbe the especially. anointed of (led. but that the nature of God is better than' :may be filed down to tie level of the know the cause of' the trouble, but sf / ' .1' V.....a....dB, ....<*..lA...*..*.*.u.::...<.a Doai :

    having-the'power." the ._rd. and thespirit the thought: of m.-.... mad him. H* I.a surrounding( akin, or,, thel entire ,corn I am led to believe now that It was '.of kidney trouble
    ?' God' h.! wee to bsr the instrument God of tenderness,of I love."* Blessed an*I may. sometime be lo sened wIth a dull 4 first brought about by Jumping laand ..;
    ?i Q.d' the tilSa. Earlier in the history 'at thnation .nd that the highest life la en* el tnlf blade or by the'fingernail' and ex 'out of the wagon and In some way I the .back

    the conception was more spiritual. simple ministry to the needs of others. .tracted from Us bed. . may have Strained my" back. and the) bladder. a.waewaees i'
    but.b, the time of To the innuirer "I was constantly growing worse" he.continues I I
    hope hadmled of tn-dsythe answer el When this cannot be.done removal The back becomes
    N.ffareth their nits high Jesus should be convincing.. Since it is ally. be ,tbe "and I became very much It
    racllltatecl-br--molstentDc weak and lame
    and more spiritual character.- ours to look from the mountain peak ol : alarmed about ray" condition. 'I knew because -

    One morning. toward the close .1 Hi. many centuries- may, however;see null corn everiotber day with glacial acetic that something had to be done or serious he kidneys HAMS f -.

    earthly mini.t.... when the chillln blast other proof and find stilts other. answers acid' tbe softened part being subsequently results. were sure to follow. I went to hip are sick and, relief P.0'I r. n'
    'of winter had driven. Him from the open to the all important. question, "'V.. Jesus with knifeor from -
    scraped away a dull a specialist;here la Sherman, and underwent backache '
    Chest History twofAld
    spot. gives a .n- '
    .TATSr.
    Jesu., the far B small file. A salve containing. sail'cyUc a rigid examination." can Only be,, corn- ;
    now famed teacher and first in "the ; ef .
    ewer as seen preparation
    doctor.toldhim .. "... ..... -. ... ..
    Then'be relates bow the Diet when
    claimant .f Messianic .the
    honor, might ben the world for the .coming of tare Messiah acid applied every night will also P.aw..IIM\-.h j\ rt y, IYn,
    been seen pacing up and down the paved and then in the development of the world's frequently loosen the corn so that It that It was a serious case but that e. i kidneys are .eat .near.M.- ,waW -assn ... .
    ."'"inclosnre known: a. Solomon'sPorch.It thought since the day of Jean:' Paul declare basis b* could ,cure him for-fifty dollars. 4 I1&bt f eu* tl
    Is of
    be the .
    ian ouUThis ,
    was the feast -of dedication and the fathers that "when .the fulness ef time was pulled .

    of the nation were gathered In Jerusa come.. Cod sent forth'Hi. Pon'Mnto the many of the popular corn plasters.A' .- >

    lem. There was much agitation and con world. By tie lain..... ef time-be'must: lOft corn, which Is merely corn COMPLIMENTARY.The - -w-'. 1;
    Diet among them. The fame and claim of have meant'Ibe period teat V.i'to '
    ;
    *
    .T_ ef .N..reth.. ..* known to all. according to the wisdom et God belroHis that U always moist; on account of Its : Doctor's Wife:George writes ARC YOU CONSTIPATED ? }

    .Jfaay of these very men bad followed in Son the Christ, should some -Now, if location on the- Inner surface of one of that be has named Ms champion bull I* Bad Blood BresiKlni Out :::! .

    the crowd to see and bear Him. Th Jesu was the Christ w* maY expect,to the toes,-should be treated by keeping ** .ft.... You Loot Your Appsttlte ?
    more spiritual had felt a strange sHrring find the circumstances of the time *n a piece 'of absorbent cotton between; dog. after you. :' /-S ft.... Yeu.That' TI..cS ...toting'

    1'' strange of the soul teacher in response to to the call of this which HA lived peculiarly -fitted for 'Hi*' the toes'so as prevent macern.tlon.a'nd The DoctorThalt'rklnd'oYdI.'Iiupposebeflni.tbat"he'dog Do :Your.Liver smd Kldosiy wo.a flight?, w ";
    a purer and more exalted : coming. 'What were these circumstances"The ; looks ;
    life, but surely they reasoned this could .vast Roman emnire afforded a broad by bathing If/Iffrequently. with ; '
    'not be the Christ-He different ._ibl. field for the of like'' me.The .
    was ao and spread 'a strong alum water.-Touth's-Compnin. DR 'THACHE S LIVER ANDSSYRITPCoresSuchComplalBl.
    from what they bad expected the Chriat new religion.'' The sceptre ef Roman power Ion. *. Duetor'e-Wife-re: : ,says not .J l '
    to be. The less religion were ruled the world. Radiating from Rome .
    even more ; bnt that'the'animal Is"a perfect, Clut- tA'
    puszled. Tnelife of Jesus from the centre snlendid road. .
    creat aa a were military ''
    ure-comfort aide was nothing to be envied which extended to the remotest boundariesof Queerly Named Street ton to, kill..:-Judge.nrspertnanently .. :BLOO'D. .

    They. ynuld find.nothing to explain the emnire Because of these and the English towns-are>-Fnterlng, Into a : ..

    the aim of this l Teacher. with His subversive opening! of ocean route travel was easy. sort of newspaper competition for.supremacy like convince" witla'a x.W..o
    teaching. Of lcf to ,ou FREE:TRIAL
    one thing tkev were a compared with preceding centuries.People ." In curious nainov having en red.No fib!or saenoD.D .- '1 _
    enre. H. was a <> MM on request.
    talfen our Saturday's as-a
    w by implication and even openly I fie claimed disseminating a new truth were better NReatorer.Stri.1) bottle and treatlMf TMA.CMKR HLDICkIIL CO.. Ch.fieeogae'Tems..
    to. be the Christ He in no war correspond- than ever before in the ","orl.!'. history. direct ,challenge. Thus onto- correspondent Dr.R.H.Kn..Ltd.,981 Arch St.. Phil*..Pa. ,
    t .0 to their idea of what tbe Christ should But the' most notable preparation wits presses' the claim of Leicester. - -.-

    *e. Surely He wee rot the Messiah of that of-the Jewish people. _They; had] long "One- of the numerous 'ancient From a woman's .intof view''a popularman -
    God! Upon what, eould such a man as this ,striven with their-desire! to worship' idol is one who understand deer talk MALSBV: L& q9
    base atich a claim! j-i At last their vision was clarified in this re- road*, be wrIte., "which radiate from Straighten Your Hairs : .

    While Jeau. oared thonrhtfully up and the way wa open for a fartherrevhlation. the centre of the town la spelt 'Gal- All creameries ue, bntteri eolor. "Why ,

    down within the porch He was quickly Moreover, the diacerninr! low Tree gate,* which popular use bas not do a* they do--uee JOitx Tnrr Bur I '41 Sieir ftlnjti St. ttlu1a,Iii;
    surrounded by an from reading the annal er -
    eager pressing crowd among them shortened to 'Oal-tree- nil COLON.Theegotint
    "1 some intense with yearning for assurance their fathers, had come to'long for the in pronunciation
    and aatiafact'on of soul others dark with nromised. Mesiiah until that longing< w**. gate/ A' series of street round what; wbo enjoys his 0_.society

    the cloud ot stricken conscience; and the kindled. to .fervent beat. -All these thine : was onco a fortified, inclosure bears is never ieneaome.. r
    maliciousness of disappointed hatred. Notwithstanding \C11liarlrlitted the time in which 'Jesus.

    The mostearioue'of'all
    :
    the.name of! Newark :The
    their varied feelings all alike lived for the reception and, 'spread ef great lam sure Plso'a ours for Consumption f.ve4'. 4
    were anxious to ply Him with question. religious truth. < ils simply termed: The my life three year aqo.-Xaa. Thomas Bos''

    Eagerly they. pressed upon Him the vital :Ivor is history since. .i that time 1 lea re Holy. Bones,' a title which bears a'n anr..Xaplellt..Nonrlob.N;1'.,)'.b. IT, 11JU.

    .question "IT..... long wilt Thou hold it* in markable. He died a death of shame] none added strangeness when displayed ona ""Lock. boos '.
    ?" literally "How. tietion tie won't always you. over the
    suspense long wilt Thou eonld according to the common '
    modern cast Iron tablet. rough plaoee. >
    lift up our souls!" excite ns, hold n. be. more ignominious or disgracefnl. His very . r

    tween hope and fear? '"If Thou. really art friend.: apparently were few. That He Hull too, has a small but we, I-known :lie Vriu low'.Soothing Syrup for ehlldrea TaIt.ike awls e.. the Christ, then tell u* plainly". Such ia would soon forgotten Would seem nat thoroughfare -which'-bear the extraordinary teetblBB1,soften the fruma.rednoee .allllll..'

    the inevitable' question which 'must be ural. But it was not so. Hi. lono..re1'Dl1ltiolied name of "The Land ,,of Green UOO.bSys palll.enwtndoo'Uo.trio a bottleA 0IeMLIROY Engines Boilers .
    _asVsd-bir every soul when brought face to with marvelous rapidity, t....>. POHADE ,
    face with the claim; of .Jesu to be the editions began and thousands of them Ginger" for what'reason we. -cannot ,. lawyer: i_'. always 'eromeves.ln .(SWABS h mrktau.t SawMills'> :
    JTirist of God. Wa He the anointed of were burned., roasted .speared and Kiven' telL Yarmouth has a street which Is _:.:amIAaUolI. :

    God Was He "the' King's Son" who over to wild beasts. Kotwithatanding\ all. curiously named "CongeBut.. here Uss a Uttts HaO-MlkrhUr aiuU s,wsek-siTlMMltniP tb.t lull thai'aoaip Is awfwmT. are AMD ALL KINDS'OF 'MACHIffEKTOfmplfU '
    should' be called "Wonderful counselor this within 300 -tw.ntietle peat the.MaltsT/MalMS
    year enp III It the lulr STOW,toe. .
    the mighty Clod, the ersi-lssting/ Father of the empire were professed. Christians there a suggested etplanatlon. SJUART'S PRICE. U..4 ....ltt ia...../W''
    th*" Prince .of peace?" Was He indeed the Emperor himself among the number. Is i&ald that the name .was .originally/ FREE 25 CENTS. .
    IMMZDIATX.Mn.aL
    the 'Christ or was He an importer' or aweakling.'illuaioned From that time until the present Christianityand "Cong ',*' and that it comuiemorate* : .. CINandBUCHU Bsy tt'tt row'......... or ess4 tM. Ik* prtoe. o.MYamdaeryl..w.prriee.ems...'J'_.
    :; .
    by the fervor of His civiliutlon'have gone hand is the'8pot"wbenee Nelson,once left his -- . .
    own enthusiasms? These question as old hand. M nv ef the great upheavals. ef > To all wheeager.or to the Meads .f then 'aatr fCARPENTER. CO.;
    Write for cumloruc. '
    native shores.- But London must not who suffer with Kidney, Liver Heart, BUddet u. prlae.. .
    as vital to our day and the world'. life i i. the story ef Christianity Loalsvllle Ky '
    ... Cbri.ti..nitr..re the Even within or Blood Disease.* sample-bottle of Stuart'. etc. before buylnc.iSAWMILLSc..
    the Christ we mar be asserting herself against the powers that be eut of contest; and __. tb.great aoaUl. Kldeey 9
    dons with Him and go our ....". .If He is would stay her triumphant march. It was hall ot our own. 'Whltefrlars street K. MecI1e1.. will besot ateecutel free A I I

    'J" very! truth "the anointed," "tne sent of ; so in-the time .f Chsflemajrne, ef faultier, be found "Ua lgbl.c Sword alley." e... UnUon thisj T>*p.r. Addre.e ruAIT
    BjpanaTsbulessre.the
    Ood. w* are bound to listen to His voiceas of Cromwell and ef Plymouth Rock.-: Th may D&COM'r0Co.M. all St.Atlanta,as,. -
    the voice of God, to learn His I precept line of history: converge teward Jesu.Chriat. with 'the'name proudly- blazoned for best dyspepsia -:

    and obey. .. In all thing truly He''has preeminence the recognition of all who come to sue ,medicine ever mad. '
    To our question."Art Thou the surely: this must be the Chrfot. with Men's! Culvert Loa Beams,--. e
    Christ find It after reading "The Tale of Two.Cities. S .A. hundred millions ear SI nail lamenua Set Work..*. the .
    Jesus makes note His words From the historic point of view'.was He .oeo. .
    answer; : : Klsjs variable reed Works ave'saea
    London Chronicle. '
    "I told you, but::ye believe not." The not more than men' Hip work and the .. 1 e t of 'them have been I celled for aeooaaov. ,smri.ieiTT, seaa
    Immediate appeal of .le.nn wa. to His I ver voice of history declare Jesus te. be the sold la, the' United IITV AKBBASS. ororta."ion. -
    bal .U.t.atoJrII Hie Meiahship. Already Ood-man. Danger ot the City,' 'u Bta In Idaserl' uve III....-..... ......, Wrt..e'r ,
    tea
    ."Ixxjk.at that fooir said Smith asa a single .ALal<(< tRONwogKS.wtn.l.u....
    He had MdHhem ,
    that God was His If there .till be a lingering doubt (n the "
    Father, that the Father had sent Him mind of any that Jeaua is the Christ "the :young man swung himself aboard a year. Every Illness

    Into the world in Hi name to establish '. Son>pJefhim human fipldly. moving! open icoTTon: the Columbus arising'from a disordered stomach Is '
    sod his
    i H f kingdom arnono'men, but they would and its deepe.t needs doubts will avenue 'line narrowly escaping a 'I, relieved ot cured by .their use. Bo W. L. ;;DOUGLAS
    not believe. Of what it to tell dark.
    ue wae- n,. Bin like s Sombre cloud casts a
    I them that which they had beard being dashed agalnstcone of the common Is it that diseases originate
    already ened shadow acrosa'every life. Map has '3.2S '
    land had refused tcTbelieve Norwaait al'together ever found himself gripped in the relent! Iron pillars'of the elevated road. The rtg from the stomach It may be safely asserted & '3..8HOES.,

    strange that His vrbJ attest- lea grasp of aa evil nature. None i* exempt young man" got aboard 'all right- and} there .. no condition of 111 Tea esa save trim M te M yearly syweartag -

    It ion of His Me.iahship. was not readily acs ., All alike ere tarred with the ene settled down i'n his aeat, adjusting ash a JIfS'{ health that: will 'not'be "benefited or W.Douglas 9tM of........
    cepted, for Hi. assertion to be with If I tell. be bas nota '
    one black atick. man yon sew They equal l those,. .'
    God was a moat startling one. Men !give sinful nature get a little closer and yon his bat and tie, which bad been slight' l1Ar +1 Waterproof< cured by the occasional. use of RlpansTsbnlea. that have been rost-l t '11 _

    [credence slowly to the claims of other; will detect the odor of the tar so familiarto \j displaced In tbe effort His shoulder : OILED I'II.alclau"ltnow. them and Ing yod"from t4.JQ '

    they meat! *Pt reaaon. or they will not be- yourself.. Congratulate ourselves si,w. bad 'even grazed the 'iron' '''pillar; speak highly of, them.. All druggist/ to W.OO. ...The Int. i J
    ,
    Government elaiminnttoner National may upon our goodness, it i. still a fact. 'in ASs-niO* CLOTHING sell them. The five-cent package Is manse sale of W. L. ,
    but no one the car looked at all ,. '
    .. that w* arc by nature sinful. But while, .M.aer Dodglas shoes ptoves
    be der.01 En.land the lint thing that would this l is true it i. also true that man feel surprised for the thing was too usualto .J-:1-.v a.. enough for sn ordinary occasion, and tbelr.nperlalyorerall

    l'f'Qulred 01 him would be that be ihouldk stirring! within him s higher and holier na excite comment. ow mo o.,w,miss.m t a. the Family Bottle;111fT cents, contains other make + ,

    rniah ered.i1t".V>. Failing to furnish ture. He feels within a purpose to be "There: see" said Smith. "that e.rr w..r re..m wr household supply. for a yes. ?. One Bold by retail ohm
    em you
    wOllld be laughed at for a fool. other and better than he if. Before him dealers everywhere;
    Jesus Mr..th t He found His familiarity which breeds contempt of generally gives relief. within twenty Look
    0 must claimrlII.im"Ahlnfni he see the ideal of a holy character s nature for name and, 'it
    | <*9 onvincing/ than Hie wholly free from sin. and that nature danger. If that young fellow's shoulder minutes. prlee on bottom. 7KSTFW

    "e ttestation. He recc msed the'ne- be feel. to be akin t. God. t had struck ;tto! Iron pillar an"lnch CAPU DINECURES" Tkat' "'lrl... M CerevaCelt -' .
    ceasity'Tlrfi.1141 that proof look Jean in the light ef these |>rs es kere U,
    furnisher at
    In Hii "the work that I do Now long .. further over it would have jerked him _URE FORUMPTIONIV ".... la ......,.,.SSMSS.
    My
    .
    i't l )*
    .ThU Fatber' name three bear witness of Ida! holy tbooughai and perfect deed. In NIm off the car and .thrown him to the .=e:3.. caIn Cereaa grads.Is....lie.....klehest...4.. ht '

    that lllnpeal. of ?..5f to Uis works as proof von look for infulnes in vain. In Himthought.thataman ground, perhaps: under tbe wheels of Un,.,ye br r..r C.lWI".4 ..-. .
    10 aS W" the C.llrl reqai. that we not the--sbadsW' f- those tracks. COLDS AND ORIPse aim :J d . .,It ELI_ peel cc..,.,,_
    of heavy .
    met the car or one : pMae ....
    SttJS "? can .brand ." .mnlul. t. \ .p wall. II ..tr.. IIIm4niN 1
    "" 'ffort ibarebbbeeen mad during This at once- oncedifferentiates Him tram all "If a' bullet had passed, within .an Usw--..... kv.. and Heanlalr.t: Cataaglr.e. wTL. .HUI6I..... .....--. t;
    hia I ...,
    the .d aas bold ete
    MM SD* (
    new .
    f fall. age to read out ottbe.worki other. In Him maD.find. his ideal expressed. -, Inch of that -voting .fellow's shoulderthe
    in.. H..U that ill "raoernatnral and di- Let the heart'once come ia touch 'chances are tha-Clhe; would be J r
    I. nnintetligibus; we are told, un- I with Jesus and it needs ne ether answerto I Oranges
    see accounted for white wita fear at the thoughtof; the THEM Was
    n.ider on human grounds .IMI.. its questions. In Him it is .. .fed. V EOFEERf1.76PLR ;
    'ght then that when viewed in the What it would have Jeans already ha*. awful' danger he had undergone, s10X'.o.b.'at ;
    01 bumaq action His I works the soul most keep if him the Kleolmmee from now osUl December Mth. +
    and were In touch with Him whereas a bullet striking in Cash with order. -
    n4 teti Powerful beyond It would have its need supplied and its boulder would be no whit more'sert- .. WANTED.-*l,_ pound. Dressed,'Cat-Flab
    divine .
    fer nh"fllrti! point{ * thlnkera of our day Ides ideal sad satisfies the needs DUll than a blow from the Iron pillar/ ; W* pay the Cash Pries'for OttarFurs %

    ve ebed within the' comparatively few 1"an.! and aspirations of the .heart: must he the. "Tbe chances people take in' their .' Baeooon. Sinn and Alligator BI.....'
    llelu.ion that' tbeIIIltb..t have the aesuancethis. York Ship u your,..... _
    Christ. soul
    01 lif. u Oh you daily life in New are pretty nearly
    that which they call altrub- need ideals 'w. B. nAKIN50N Cb..IJI39DgFLL ,
    supplied ,
    from
    t. morning -
    .. life serious a. thole a soldier takes &
    Irbe.t .i a anent for' othen. The sanctified and heart satinfiedV that Jesus as 5. CANDY _

    t life personal life is. re.tiMd only as Is I the Christ Believe Him far Hid word luring- a' campaign-but 'people wqnt CURED TWRTID aouaaANTa3D
    ,
    d ethane.n forgetting .II. rhea above self ha. been, given. If not for this believe; tee It that wa7.-XewXQrk'rreu. t. ,
    iteell for othera. TbfI ethical skill ........ Gives .
    rid Him for His work's sakes If. yen -"-- # -
    back njoicn taco 111. this newly found tntb. doubt, consult the testimonyhi..t ry. Am Imperial Censor. L1' 'V .Dropsy Qslek

    whop d.years. and there you will fine and of the human heart, and yearissra]. re. Tb .German Empress has expressed R.ll3f.:
    Follow) were spent ill doing Cltbere His divise. snrelycry : that-for: Ia S to so
    tl&desire the future all pieces
    .out'Re knew
    "!"I wiU nos di coverk Hill mu, try Jesus, I Then are days i esTecIa a penasiBesm esireUsto6a4ave.
    at the .
    tb.t 'n. .re Christ.1 Oodr :intended for representation court Trisltnatnwmt

    owing the lootatepa Clf the world' ems shall be submitted to her first -""," .VotMagtmm" befalref Cuas a.. .n .... . ',
    NwM
    Ulati theatre ,-.cItta"-. had Do.
    man Writ Of.N.M.Sisee'e Seas. ; .a
    and its greatest phflantareEvery ..........-doe_Iot bleeds .......rust .. ... ....
    a..ab. ... .. . .
    duistlai Xstltk., that: nothing may be played of _.t ._ tMcUM.t. P.m V AttftsMs.w'Ua.Give' ..... pi
    act j, designed te., help an- to after--.I _..... _11_....W"""._ ,.WIN rwr t WU.....i ,;
    erL- .'Yon.. ia for she least itaoe of C6riatiaa fAith Is a grand eat'aedeal'wi1 lonhtful morality' er likely to.stock: the':MM. ef this' paper when .........-.I?es eve_....'Sad c..d.$ ..... kin._. ....|.tea all..slvls. '.....-..... ,
    3i Every without .. Majesty, ea p..e.t.mg .4.g. I..asatlsr wh.S enla ,start tas.....
    .' Met. work bears the divinely pictured windows Btaseiag the audience. Her. reserves -wtft1J1D to aclYortI.At45-03-: CAACAa.n..t ,...will sever gas well act _,.w.a ems yea. .....Ii
    gee see
    Iadoed'' far yea see .. glory nor esa possibly lght' Tm ysee
    the w of ntomiaDl' play:she err adow..ere wtek Ca.e.r.te
    the right -
    snaychooie. .
    above tit. world'. beat that they images aay; -standing within, ssistr ssyf "'" ..... 1'_ ........ .padC Co.wrier" ahrl.w_W ..s.as.a1...... as ore
    -r
    Iiqtheir" :Jrake sweet tkwgh of light reveals. a harmony. of unsM&aste..'.'! ... _. ; :.:=n...... Eft g!tt r 1: .... _1 Y ,g.yleyea c .
    fBe, .,UIOI.M Be.b. -{ _. . .
    ,...... .Alittle.v ryleadn-bletlan e,.li F 101. .... '.01" .
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    '-" ". A.. TRAGEDY in, BRADFORD, A (jDIrgerowa. Month. .Order, for Publication, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC9000COQOOOOO09000000OOOOOOOOOOCC Is Your Life Worth ,,1M


    s This Is the month of coughs, colds 18 the Circuit Court.. Tth Judicial Couuty Circuit., Fjorlda' XOaceoUt The lane of'' bad luck '. If So TVy Bottle of 3:
    "j
    catarrah. Do'you: catch 1_ US
    Sheriff and acute lu Chl') LET'
    ,,,1k.Deputy Shot to Death Ida Hay* i .
    By the Bennett Brothers.tawtey 1014., easilyPlnl yourself hoarse va S Bill tor Dlvo.. 'OII that seems to have no turn,'
    with 'a tickling .In your throat and l>ttW," II.,.. ,
    \ It."I>earl..g by affidavit appended to the bill : Ing can be turned into a reg
    : : N'o,. 21. -At 1:30: o'clock i annoy Ing oouffh at night? Then, you In the that 1XVIU Hale the I e = IMPRESS\ ular ring if ,consnlt us
    : la.'I".s:: :: you
    last night Sheriff Johns and his posw. bottle of < la a resident I or theMUM
    : have handy a
    should always *of Florida, aud hie fealdeuoelauuknowu. about the' kind of Fertilizer:
    ciPtJred.J. S. Bennett,-the murderr; Bailard's.liorehound. J. A. and la. aouretluK; blmaelf ao thai service Sheriff ,....' >e bad upon bun, mud U over tba ave of twtoy I; you your
    of Deputy U. O. lllchard, 0 354'WesCbtb. St. Salt Lake
    .
    Anderson l7-oue n> It therefore ordered that std Write for our little bppklet ,
    :. also the two -brothers of the *101)\:'. City writes; "It. !gives Immediate relief def f.mlauif bi.jud be la ueraby requln-u I to ate vor! ,
    We know Its the best remedy for pear tu the Hill of Complaint lied in raid pauseon UPON, on Fertilizers, which is free CURBWe
    implicated. In the murder. y
    or before Monday the 7th day ot December
    ? 'k, sensation. these tt' ubles. I write this, to induce A 1> (luuS otherwise the allegation: !of meld but 'e.e-. 1 for the.asking.
    JThaaore s t was a joo..t .
    other eople to try a pleasant and effi .ciiibet.kenaoouleesedby l taM fvndant.
    one,;and took plats at the. turpentfiie li la further ordvrol thai Ihla order bv pub'' Y
    oteut remedy. 25c, 60o. and 1.00; at llihod once a week for Ava com eullve week yy
    ", am'p of D. II. Edwards twelve 'mile all 'ruR'Jrlstr .. In the KUilnimro Valley Uaielte.. a newapaporpubllahed fllphest Gash Price : .

    111 .. south of Starke.; The Bennett. brother. ., In talil County ..nd .LaW. N *. < ..
    11' --- IM November Mb, 1WM '4w' Paid lor Dru Bone .
    'after Sheri JNO. M. LEB:,
    of the
    the killing/ deputy
    Sale t
    E Notice of Master's y
    ,
    Tml.J Clerk CireultCourt., defy the worldt produce an:
    'll'I on Thursday afternoon' made' their. VnderandlitTnrananceot, a'cert.ala't'leCree' By W. JOHNSTON. FLORIDA/'FERTILIZER J!tine for the cure of all forms of..K
    Jilt escape,, and Sheriff ..Johns, with the. rendered on the lat dar of July. 11108. by the : tBolloltor Deputy Clerk, ? /. MANUFACTURING. CO and dlseai
    I. N TAYLOR. and
    ofdulilrru It Cmirt .> ] Bladder troubles,
    W. Jed ,
    Hon. J. Locke, { ney
    std of members of the Bradford County for Complainant., I'
    United .. .. District of ,
    8 ates for Bo-ithern .
    fa the ovrt.lu,cause GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.AQEN ., 1 peculiar to women, that nlll !(IISmith'l \
    I ill In a
    Guards Il'OarCbC'Ior thcriminals. e Florida lu Chancery ft on. Cure. Nine
    wherein U U HianrllfT. aa KeoelTer-et-the National Sure Kidney
    The 'greatest. exctulroeuEa Kallwny Building and Ivan -*_iolatlonIsooinplalnant Order For Publication. !., W,, B. ,MAKI S9.cd.i KISSJMMEB, FLORIDA.ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooobocooooooooobooooooooo: ;eight per cent of the cases treated w
    oonsfderabl and Busannah A Waldrou I. !L Smiths Sure Kidney Cure that hi
    : ,prevailed and there was respondent I.ch...'II Adams, oa 8nl I MasUr lu the Clntatt!' Court, Tth Judicial Circuit, ,
    talk of lynching the Bennett. brothers. ball at public auction. a for BAle.nd Oaoeola County, Florida,, iinderour observation have been our
    sell lor case tn the blithest bidder before the In Chauiery; i, We sell our medicine on a posit
    should they be t captured but Sheriff Court House dimr of the Circuit Court In and C A Kirkland ) guarrar-tee if directions arefollow.".
    ,
    for tlie Ooiiuty uf Onreols. State of Florida, ... ( BUI for Divorce
    that.
    I" Johns, gave emphatic Instructions -' ., aud will "refunded if our
    during the hours public Bate on Margaret Klrklartd.U > c > money .
    C. A. CARSON, Pre "4..'. N. :. BRYAN'N.cr.t.ry.Z' <
    '
    ,, affidavit appended tothe bull! effected. >'
    there n>ust be no violence, TUE8DIIYrpEMBEa5THI90., appearing by not }
    '
    filed in-he 1 alxive rtated cause that MaruarutKlrklaud -' saUOoeola
    cents and $1.00. For
    60)(
    Witn. bis posse tbe Sheriff moved! all the following real eMat in the town of Kle.Imme. the dofendant therein named la arvildeut Price
    :Z3C: :EJ: _
    ? .. Osoeo County Florida, to-wlt: [
    of the male ef Florida and her real'denre -
    towards Ed wards,camp. and learned Ixit number two(12\) of block number foUI1..D,141..f l". unknown and l> secreting Kernel s ?
    that the Bennetts there hiding in ,one ratrtrk's.. Addition to ..'d town ol KIsImmee that aerrloe canuot bo had upon her and li Pharmacy.'Q
    fe : said lot trontb g two hundred and tnXIU It li llnreforc
    It".r.h. afreof twenty-one yeah;
    + of the cabins They advanced cauV ( )) feel: on Randolph Street heredltumenta together; wlib and all ordered that aald defendant be and aha In hereby Waters & Carson Grocery-Go. j
    .
    Bennetts fire and aliiHular the tcnomenla required to appear to the Bill of Com .Imtnt'
    rtP tlou.ly 'wbon the opened In .
    ; eppurtoe.nee.threuntobeluegIng or any
    Sled In said ..u.. on or before Monday toe 7th .. ,
    on'the Sheriff party, The officers and 'appertaining, and also .n the right. HlW. davotuonembcr. A D Ivug. otherwlke Ihesns -Whole..). ..4 Dealer" !.- 1 0EDLRD'sBLACKDRAUGH1
    ,uterest mud claim 01 the said rvapondaut(barein .Done of said bill will bet taken aa eo.. ...... Retail ,
    posse:did not fire In return, acting on .ud thereto. by amid Aefendant <
    V
    '( instructions from the 'Sheriff. No CHA8.. ApAM8 Master. It I* further ordered that thin order be pub. GOCE RIE ,
    Specie .
    ..
    n.b. once a week for fire ranaeoutlv weeks
    Inducements for an ,hour, however. COOPER" COOPER, In the Klialuimee Valley Uaiotu a new.|>apor .
    Bolre.for Complainant.NOTICE published In anld County and State. 1 1I
    Bennett broth
    the
    could prevail upon This 11I0" 61b, 19118.

    ers to surrender, and they- continued JNO. M. LEE U U
    OF ELECTION. Clreulthonr !
    '...L.l Clerk t,. :. ,COUNTY AGENTSCelebrated EDR
    to Ore on the Sheriff's 'crowd .unti By Wa JOUIII8TON THE ORIGINAL

    their ammunition was exhausted. Notice Is hereby given that the Inspector J N TAYLOR Deputy&1erk. ir A T; CRATESGRAIN

    Sheriff Johns' Determined to arrest and Clerks of the Rlpcllon for a Wet ajd Dry Solicitor for. Complainant.. I Fertilizers: (
    Klectlou have been appointed t and that the I LIVER MEDICINl
    Bennetts at all baizards, ai>d the cabin Election, mill b> held aa originally called on ETC. .
    N Ndvemberattlh.. Notice of Application to Sell
    in which they were hiding was fin By order of the Hoard of County Commla- ClrcnUm and PriceaPnriitolid J'

    allyat-t>n- flre., The Bennetts 'filed' .Iooel'l. Lands, o. Appllc tlo.. ;1T ..tt : ,
    ISO. K. LEE, ; .
    ':,from the cabin another, but the : ClsrNOTICE. Notice li" hereby given that I will on the 711 A sallow OODlrledon. dinlpMS,

    posse was fully aroused, and set .cab By W. R. JOUNSTOI. C. day Docember.. A. !!,. lust, pptltlou the County biliousness tongue
    Blue FlordaLoran .
    Bounty 01
    unl.01 tvafvoia Indications of bye,
    are common
    ''in after cabin on fire until twelve were [ order to inlet private ale the following HIDES FURS WOOL
    and dillfl_. Stomach
    ., real estate lying and being In Oiceola county, kidney and
    ?f reduced to ashes. I emit Btete of Florida, deticrlbod/ aa followai bowel trouble, severe ai they-.Br.,
    .
    At a Call meeting of the Board of County The Month ballot the Southwest quarter [SW .
    Seeing escape Impossible and being Commlulonera held on the 17th da*of November friv4immediat warning by pain,
    2' of SWU) Section nine ((9)). I I'p US, 8 of K IM KAlrabwclnnlngat :
    ,.A D IMn, the following Innpeoloiv and ; the dW ooruer of 8WU of Country; Produce a. Spec1a.lt'Y; but liver and kidney trouble,
    +,{ broth.re Clerka of Election were beheld erve ., 8WU 8eC!. an, T'p M 8. R, **. thence running K though lees painful at toe start arc
    ,the ep.c1LLElection to on the *<0 yard. thencu North 140 yard thence West much harder to cure. ThedfordV
    Bulter .where they were placed 10' 2TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A D 19OS. :JfO y ord-, thence Mouth 140 yarns to place of be """" "" v never fail to bestfit
    : Black-Draught
    the of Lewis
    "Inn log. the earns being property
    to decide whether the ale of Intoxicating] \ Llqliort liTcr and
    Aoicuatu Alderman, a minor. diseased weakened kidney
    Jail. Wlnea mud Bean' shall t>e prohibited lu
    In the sheriff's posse were relatives Oaceola County, State of Florida, to-wit: )/0'1'.Sod 1110I. ALDERMAN _. *. It stirs Up the torpid Urerto
    t < throw off the of fwerand
    PRECINCT "0. 1. germs
    Guardian of Lewis Aaguatuaoov
    of the Bennetts who! Wanted to lynch
    U J B..! T. W. Ellis J M WIMaoa.-Jr.. lu.peclol'l. - -6t Alderman minor. ague. It it a certain preventive
    them oa the .spot but the coolness of \.: K.Powell Clerk.PRECINVT of cbolo,. and riffht'. dl.....of'

    ;?L v "Sberlff Johns prevented violence e '\)0.1 N0..2. Notice of Master's-Sale. the kidneys. With kidney* reinforced
    W W Ivey I H Bronco, H L Overatreet, High Grade by Thodford'a Black
    Whiskey
    ', lug: done to the prisoners' The Jail at Innpeotora., O W Oak., Clerk.PRECINCT ;. Under sod In pnnnaneeof a certain decree) Draught thouMinds of persons hsTej

    a ..Lake Butler was guarded, however, NO. S. rendered on the W hdd.y Lock. of Judge July of, 1WS the, by Circuit>hrHimorabUJ dwolt immune lla the midst of yeM

    ,, 'last night and DO sttompt'was: made E D Wooten, WI BrownJ K Roberta, luapectora Court of the United Stales for the Southern low fotrr.Many families lve| Ulpertoct
    the 'The excitement W L Strickland. Clerk. Dlalrlct of Florida. In Chanrery pitting In a : ,j lth and have no other
    : to lynch prisoners. PRECINCT NO. 4. certain online wherein U B Static Iff. aa -Renclverof doctor Thedford'i BlackDraug

    i' i this morning, however,' .grew. in Inspectors Walaey 81m, Martlu mo..,Thomas Will Goblet.Clerk., K D Whalvy.. \Lean Ainoclatlon the National U complainant Railway and spiting Koae and r Kentucky ExchangeAND it jM: a i fs i always on hand for*

    Intensity, and 10'order to' protect the .. WheetrlKht end Kmmetl Howard Tebe..n, A : use ia in emergency and UTWmany
    PRECINCT NO
    ,,1.. ClxylonTeboan. Elolie F Tebeaa and Kdna VTerxau .. .... Calls of
    Bennetts-Sheriff :Johns
    took them doctor
    to > *.t'e a .
    D Jo@omn.r.loba R Slmmoni, W W Rettl.., minor, and C Solon Fleming Huardlanad t
    Gx Jacksonville this morning, where they Inspectors, Jaaao Lanier Jr.,Clerk.' I Ittera of aald I minor -t- respondents. I, ,",.m.... S. C March IO; 195

    'i Y f4"'" ... were placed in the Duval' county jail PRECINCT NO. .. rha B Adami a. Special Mater.ahall: at pub. I lave u.' '"dfeN' 1Uadt.oru

    for sate keeping. B Tumblln, J .m... Uanler 8r., A E Ban lu- the Ito auction highest expose bitter(.before or aale the and Court sell for House ca door rr :a: ::EJ' '"'1:7':: E. R. LIBBY for thrr*.voart M41.I.have sot .had..Jfj

    kS-1 J. S."Bennett, who is alleged to'have p.eton, J F Wlllltma, Clerk.P&ECUICT of the Circuit Court In and for the County of -'I- C ...LMANAGER to s d .(>. >tl.e I .have beta takbiflB
    fired the fatal 'shot that killed NO. 7. Oaceola, State of Florida, daring the hour of It II the but ra.dklns for ms that llon

    Deputy Sheriff Richard is a well-to- Robt. L Alderman c: H L Chandler Charlm public sale on the ....."/, for Uvtr and Udiktl
    'rll 'do: merchant of Bradford county; and Campbell inspectors, KoLil. LaMartin C.erL TUESDAY DECEMBER STH. ItfOS kouuta amt. other
    C' dy.peptiaancI ,
    "' ' is chairman of the Board of County PRECINCT NO. .. the following real ...tat... k-wit: I now have the l largest stock of Wines, Whiskies JaliUs. R.v. A. O. LeWIS.'
    M D Tlndall F E Toppln. K; teMTWii, laW The aoutb two-tblrJa of lot,number mean ((7) .and Beers ever
    Commissioners of Bradford handled in Kissimmee. All
    3. county. .
    **, J. Carr. of block number seven (7; of the South Florl I.
    'The brothers are alt well, known in Clerk.JNO. H. LEE Railroad Survey In their Addition to Kl-alm- grades at prices'to 'suit the times .
    ,' politics. They dress handsomely and [l..L.l] Clerk. meeCKy and fronting fifty (HOtvet. on Church
    Street and running back west one hundred a"d y --- ..
    formerly had many friends all over forty-two(142)) ff"w.a alley. Alao lot one ((1))
    the county. Beautiful' Clear Skies of block W of O'Nntl'a" suit Osborne'a Addition s cc e e g
    A few months decided to the town of Klaalmmee City, and frontIng 0-TTGr 'T1 :J
    ago a sensa- : .A. 19PEOLA.LtTY'
    Qerblne exerts a direct influence on on Mabbrtt Street sixty, (fill)) f...l. running AaE <
    ,'J.; : tlon was created by the arrest of J. S. back ont hundred and ft'tr feetIAU) team alley NO FARM 1VSS} -
    .-p;'". .' fif:: J" Bennett who was charged with. retaln.4MT the bowels, liver and kidneys purifying mud bounded o i the eat by Orlando avenueVThe

    "_ :'. lug a young and..pretty girl Maud and.strengthening'these? organs, above. bolnc In Hpctlon twenty-one (21). A GftOVe Of

    '!" ',.. '''>''wi.' Annie Williams, at his home. Horrible and. maintaining them in l a normal Townnhlp(C2') Boat:twenty-live, and Section(2A)South.twenty-two Range tvleutynlne (21): ), In -A.. E. BSAHDEN, Proprietor.

    .' : "ft .':#: s ones were told! regarding the condition' thus Township twvnty-flve (:tfii, Strfilb, Hi, nge twenty"
    health removing
    f": f;' 'cruelty of Bennett to the girl, and.hex a nln.singular(: ) reapeotlvely. together with all
    ; common cause of yellow motby, red the tenements hereditaments and
    with
    was charged and
    peonage, was appurtenances' thereunto belonging, or In any-
    tfj Indicted by the United (States: Court in greasy skin, and more or less, plmpli-s -tse appertaining I ,and also all the right, title ', ---'
    t ''Jacksonville' foe this crime Since blotches and blackheads. 50o at all I Idru Interest and claim of Ibe .
    S the conduct of Bennett in this ca.4 has a-Iste. tbereto. CHA8.I. ADAMS ---- -::

    been made known he has been se- : .Bpeel.I..I.r.

    x' qverely denounced' by the respectable. COOPER A COOPER.folf OOOQOOQI
    Old 20o hundred at the
    paper. per '
    ,
    ( 191 Complainant
    ?
    of Bradford I
    people ,
    county. -
    Valley Gazette\. office
    .A few, days ago the little girl in .
    t! question. met Will ttlchard, a cousin -- - -- IEI.R.r.] BUTLER EA"

    :.' of the murdered deputy;' 'and asked ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. ., .
    lAm BMB B BBVSmsssssssssssssssssssssssssss..sssBIV
    binto take-a note for her, either to
    { Judge Wills to A t
    'y. or Deputy Sheriff 8CIIJlDULK: IN

    ,f Richard. She said that she would be 40 32 EFFECT MAY i4. 1110II. ALES. WINES. .BRANDIES, .

    beaten almost to d lath t If Bennett I 7 Boa 5 :06p ...................... ......,.TATJObill.... ....... ..... ................ .r 7 210llllp 21 Ii6 G G Yr.They
    |knew that she ever talked to any other I' e 13a .071' Lv......"" ".."."...... )'........ .r........... ....... .22. 946p K = 0" VA'"OU. ."A!'! 1A;. '
    man but that she had to be rescued 1040&1 Lv.........................: t.Pimpi&At ......... ...................At 6611. L W H I S J E;;;; S. An .. ,o...> {}( L lire t. IJU".ANB ,
    '* ,. ",r .and Knew no other than to Ar ... .... yClulmsa .... ..... ... ... ....... ,747pIOMa120ii 1 orrTAg
    ;, way com .. .........."""I '.....Orlaado........ ...;. ...............Lv590s 711p111940p 1 I '.
    oiunlcate with the officers. Wilt Rich 00. 106sAr .......... ..... ..........B.ofol'd................ ..... .. ....L" :22o: 926p I E E
    -.' ard took the note to Deputy Sheriff' J6IIa Ar.. . ","...... ...Or ang. City 10nott.D..... .. ............Lr 120a lIlt. I CIGARS GRIFFING'S CATALO1'ELLs
    if' Richard,' and it contained a story*too 2459'4SOsAr...;.....;........ ....... .. .......... ....... .... ...L" ..... '.601' I I4AOp AND TOBACCOS
    .d.
    .. ""......". .... ,. .. ",..:; .... ., .....1.. 11 0/11'/ I 86p I '
    for publication, accordingwine 7Sua Ar.......... '. ...:.. .: ...'J.okwn.llle.......;y:....., .:... .......Lv 010 I Hip I IBTATIONd f ABOUT 'JtI K.'
    '' statements made by Will. Rich: 40 S .

    ( 'erd.The !lOa Lt'...... ..... 'inu.' ,........,.:...: .Tmmpa.."'........ .........'.....:..... ... .... ..Ar 108'9 11\I-3II I S '
    ; j: ;:P deputy sheriff had. his duty toperform 81iiaL)! ..........."... ..... ....... ..Iekeland. .. .............. ....... ... .. .. ....Lv 9 Dip Anheuser-Busch Beer .TweD V Ants yariotV..of Peoan
    ; .f1.! 1132aLy ......... ... ."""",..,....:. ?.Dadevjlt.. ..... .. ........+.... .. .... .. ..Lv 4 6Hp A A fllh1. ofFmUajuK
    k( .. however and taking A, V. 11 :..IIJtLLy..j.'........u...........?.. ..... ............ .., .. ..... .. .. ..Lv 4 lop1lopLv. .u"9' ooh } .,
    ,, I Tn'r"WI-t':' a young him, ht 11005 Ly.............. ........................Lee.bn...,.....................,..;......... ..&.v 1UB ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED mUl Oil .rtab'-1'
    went
    ;' iJ-W: '' to enneto'l to .ervelthe warrant .. ............................. .... Dash .... ................... ........... .. ..Ly 1 OOp L L .He m< trec% ,i iCMmingn.geM
    ,The flip Ar.......... ....... ......... ...'r. .......,.... .... ........ .. .,'.Lr. 12 87..
    I,. deputy sheriff it is alleged, went Illp( Lr.., ............................ g.ISesv111e. .... ............'........:..... .. .,'..Lr-t'lil. 4h
    e "t '" '" \,' into Bennett's. piece, leaving Long In II :!tIP ..... .. ,............. .......... ..Uy. Oak........ ............... ........... .... ... v 10 Asa ti, 0 Can only "be found in Kissimmee on Broadway 0 Addles.7wg .
    '!.11 :. ;;"". ,the buggy.!! The offloer> informed Bennett II Illp LY.:. ...................,..",.......1.ltl'Onl:. .................... .... .... ... .. .Lv 8 01.TTa9p :!.
    that. he bad the 925pAt .......'........... ...... .. ........w., .. ...{..,.... .......... .. .. .. ..Ly 71JOa Street at the BRICK BAR BUILDING. e"'NO ."0.:'
    .. warrant but that O
    .
    O
    -1 .
    ITA1'I be did not wart"to place nlm;; under ti. ..... ... !,: .. .
    """""' ': ; T.mp..u7.:.... :---r.- ...,Ar11!.tp728a
    arrest at that time for a crime so serlous. 1118. .0tJ7I' iv..... ........... "........ '.......n.. ..,, .._.. ..... L v e sa p102oa1027p -- -4-
    ', and that he bad better talk the 880a 9 61)p Ar.......... .. .,.....,.. .Lak.l.od ..+. ..J.................... Ly SAOp1286a N'
    L".. ...... ..... .... ....Bartow. ... ............................Lr 7 A9p.10s R. T. BUTLER BUY =1
    .:.matter over with Mi Lo>#. Mr.Benvnett ..,.... Ln.......................f. Arcadia ,.,............. .........LV 'III p.. .. Ti
    .' it Is said, told the officer to govavd "..... 1611. .Ar............ .. .......Puut* OOrdi:... ..............? .......I06p...
    get Long and as be went towards -1111. BTATION8. .1111 OOOOOOOOOOOOMAYNARD<

    lithe buggy Bennett raised his and M lop 11' ......... ".""....Tampa...... ... ......... ............._......Ar 7 16. ,
    iiklll d Hiobard. He fired another!gun'' '. SOp.Ar. ........:.::.:.::.:....: TboDoloaa.... ... ..._.....n.,..,..... .. ....I... .011.
    shot .
    .
    "Slimily Keceptnn. ,. .. '. .-.-
    -- -
    ;which went through lawyer Long's hat.: t/ll.allop... ....... ........... .1"d'UtloT.mp. Arlad"' _.. ......A.. ... . .. ...J1IJOa.IIOp
    The prominence of the 9 ao 6 ................ ..
    parties caused a ..Ind Une 8t. Petersburg Lv Ind U5.. ., .. . S IIIIap ..
    ,the lawabidingcitizens ''to become ...6411p... ...... ....... ......ACCIN8t. etenburc .r4CL........ ..."t...'... .. -00M : ",
    f aroused ; .....,877p .. "'"'' ............... 0 L Ar bell.lr I.. C f,....._....... .. .. .. .. ... .. II 00tt . .. SEWING MACHIR
    ". ; on account of the. lawlessnes .... SSmp........ ............".A 0 L L................. .. .. .7M. .. .
    { Vtrtat ba existed, in and around certain .I..945p.. ./. ..... .. ... .. ...... C .ArDunediinLvACL..........,. .... .. . 'Ilia . .". . .
    .., places in tha county. Bradford county .... 7 Mp.....:J.-......... ....ACLArTarpooSprlgnsLvAC ....... .............'..746n.' .. LUMBER Do not be deceived by those w

    'ias eclipsed Baker county in crime -.40 SOJ Co.t vertlm a fQQjOO Sewing Mach .
    Sop'
    and has caused the'county consldera- 8 OI'op' I 16p Lv J.k\I\ Ar 00. I 19p: O p16 '"805 P Ly JatllIoon"llIe Ar II One -- I 120.00., Tbla kind of a machine <
    III lOp S Ir.p 10 065 Ar W.I"ro.s Lv' Boa 11 11Illp 11411 p Ar V.ldoata LY 4 87a
    'ble loss, giving, It a'name for various 115.9 Sop 13"401 Ar 8a..DLy'IOtI! S Mk.. S Zip ...105 a /lr Tbomasvl'e Lv S Ira be bought frvm us or any ofo
    dl, 1 out.rages.wh n, while regretted, is I' ZtIa 4 6IIP 4r Charlootoo-11 gyp S a5S; II OIl.lr )Iontgorn'ry L. 7 49p1201p Saw and defilers from$16.00to.'1Lf>a.';

    .j merited.'' : Ar Wl1mlna1On) '1.1' AR Ad B1rmingham. L"LY"1II1OV." lOp Planing Mills ,we MARC Ay/KirrT.: *

    !, It is mot-probable that the. trial of "7 f.\p' il.& Ar Rlc mend.. L.. 9 0.\10 7 21'. 12110.710p .4t .Ev: nsvllle L.t.SItII.} 41140p THE NEW IS'THE BE
    :, c 't'the Bennetts will ,take place'' In, thiscounty 780. Ar WaablD/I'IOQ' Lv II 45a S Iftp 11111. Ar Clllc"llo Ly. '100p HOME

    ..k ,7. < as the people are excited,and I'::1.1: II 91x.rim Ar Ar BsltimoLv' & t v II J: 11 I2 M.Y 721' r Ae.St. leulm Lv IIU" p Yellow Now and In operation Pitch Pine 'Timber Complete House Bills Furnished. .' The Feed determines the strreakne

    'a lynching; could hardly be prevented 7 Vtt 1 lk1LAr New York L. 9 Tip .2f>& :I 80 a Ar '....DI..III.. I L" 8 00. and Lumber of all Kinds. ; i of Sewing Machines ,
    if the murderer were"" incarcerated ,in 791. Ar ClnolnD..tI L. \IlOp I OnDEeS: Double Peedcotnbinodwith: <

    t any1 one of the jails in the ,county. ifg5 L. Kontll'Qm""y AL 1117 p JJJED: ", PROatZP'I'I.JY.MAYNARD : : strong points makes the New Ha

    ) 1 F .'\v ben the trial:of the',Bennetts takes ,4. e25p-At 1/1/ P Ar, lgeworles'Mobile 'Lv Lv I 920.2'11' the best Sewing Machine to,, buy.

    'place tbe disgraceful/ story of the con .. LUMBER Co. N '

    necuon Of J. S.Bennett.with the little PORT TAMPA..Jt&Y.. 'W-BSr.U4V.iLNNA'WN.c. Wlite fot rl forCIRCUlJlRS !:;\lA-

    ;. >white girl will be' told :wlttr-all. ;its 4 t.\ 'Le..PQr'T.mp.. 8uorta,.;:) Thursdays11' 10 P JD., # z t t t t
    A.rrI".1C. .
    West
    \ 1 Moad.y..f 'Friday.. 1110 P wtli we>>mutufbotureand price bebop4HE
    'hocking, details. ( ....... Rey.Wea' Mond.Jo' 'Fridays 7 110 lI.m .- ,
    The.above Is.from corrospondenoeto Arrlvs "....aDa TU"'da' Saturdays..,, S 00 am ,.
    Lesva R.vanns N Tlloa>1., Sa'urlay.. ,, 1.1: 00 noon D RE W ,HO HE SEWIRK JUR
    to theMetropolls/and/ from ,,more recent f' R. M O r F .
    to ,-I.' K., West Tnea".,...; 8aturday." .110 P m'.. I ETT TS ..A..I:. MASS. '
    ;!!; developments appears have Leave Key wen: Tueedsy.. Saturdays, ((10 flu! I' 1ft K ITntqn 8q.N.Y..CblcagoIU::,Alumits
    '
    been highlyjeolored.The: / 'Bennett'set 'Arrln 5ortTsmps Wednesday., 8uod.. a 110 p IQ' LooU.Uo --
    >,j' up a -plea or ,dt+li-defense., ana ai 'a - ar H,DallaeTezMan F_
    .
    THsTOIKJH CAB SERVICE. : '. .
    held early la'week ro AIK v vJ
    trial
    .' commitment \ TratMl'2anti' 85e rsy' Pallirian sleepers between Jacksonville
    ,t\ w.- New Turk : and Port Tampa,
    .
    ''' One"of them Wits released a.ndj tbe.'pthera dlnlnear....1... tbrougb between turannah anti Jersey Cit>;,day coachea between. I.ck. Mothers."Who .
    ;.:P-,t held in ball of. .000( _Ja'answer. to sonrllla and Waabtnaton. and'iS. between .JaoksonrlUe and Kaw ,r:
    }} .
    fl\ 1'orkandJao..o..lI. and Chlc.gowitgoutehange'. ,
    manslaughter : TEETHING( : woy'd kcp their 'child
    of : ,
    ,
    '
    : s oarge Coat Line ateanera leave Pants Oorda for Fort Myers and Intermediate landings"allr'*. POWDERS 1 "
    !mi'\ .10'' J ,it ceat "onday.7 al t1I.. returning tan Myers a. m., rrlTlng Punta Oorda 4 tf. m. c_..Chol.r:.lttf."tltm. a& good health, -should watch for 1
    :.A"II"If' Ald. D..IIOft. R.gul.t..tX S.nt.eya.d. S.w. the__.,Traubl./ oSGhlldr'no t symptoms of worms,' and rtmot
    .
    f.* Through millMtaslM slqepon. between Port T.m"> end New: York ria both AUtntlo/poast tlaanror 'Slin'ttINQ KASY. Cu.. Eruption. St.-nltb.n. the Cbll,ed MARK with White's '
    : and a. .. Cream Vermifuge
    1,1 :
    Con.tlv..
    ,.D Sontlwra Rallwsy, and p7..ntaWorm. TEETH NA and T........ fIt__..
    :. he Vii'lley;'Cazetiie li. prepared'jtondof futl.enmpletemndtellpbl.infevmstloD. : retarding ntsf.'reeerTaUooslecV.','call aa Coast a fort .PO..TIhtn. Chll4 Cn'o'. and Gvevootte.r the .f__'. 0' the the c.hUarenl-beIlU9Dlo..It'ge. i

    'a' r Job Workvln- -aD!ap .to+ .f,.rticket. A '.aceMsorw"' ' C.sWHITJt- '' ''W_.T. CRA10.Oene.sl, Dlrbloa.Paeenmer Passenger' A.ent.,.Tarnpa7.."" -FU' ;. i] ItE _t. s. G.. O".ItTT, 1tD.: .It".it.e.es L4NII".M-$.,... 25, ",e.nta. at 'ruaS.u.II .' ..ee.., tlou them at Vort|and sohat their foe

    ,. /ate manner OQE40xt alOtWet u eS" H. JCME&dON. .ac MsssgeriWnmlaiton1 N..Co' good the1'Rrow'tupa \
    w ,\ .. ... ; atroopi: VSo at all drug
    '. r't.' M 'I$\ '.ot, I ',. .- ;. ./0, ",.. i'f ', ..,, < ,f "".Ioot. . . . .!. 'J:' . ''.':''i"" .'."''1 ,',. >.J;' oII'I -', ?'1/ J.\. {. > ',' '!' \1h;: .. .
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