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: December 4, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00101
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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O-c ola CoHBtT Wet 1)7 farmer raising stock should plant an '

DONT MILI Majority,of 76 Vote. acre or,more of Japanese .sugar' cane. 5' CITY BARYE : : r ,
Being rich In 'aochari.e matter all
The ,
election' U t Saturday on the animals are fond of 'lt.' Indeed prefer :::= -
", W.t and Dry'.' question passed. off It to any forage you, can give them. EvcrytblDf"" Coed.; c 'to Eat.. '. .

t very quletlyand.ofiraiwect' ..tetra The yield-on moderately good land Is'' --- ., ."'I..
peacefully: A tnall rote wa at at. wonderful. I am certain lbe ..t.1m..1 FreehBread,'' Cake"ai tctf Pies ,Every ,iM "" .
in the snot
every preolnot county- more of': thirty ton. is t
per acre within
.. To see our: WQW .Line. ot' .Fur': than half the toting 'strength of, the bounds. 'Last De ember'l 'planted a '
being hown., '' 5 .
county quantity and can la1" that It has proven Quean Olives l 16' and 25a Pepper Sauce, lOa "
nature In Precinct 1-KI.aimlJieeo.-tbe .
arid : of more value &than J J
;Crockery JlouseIRuraishixtgs principal light'...... made and the pro- have. ever..railed In Florida.any .crop The e Sweet Pickles 2Oc Large Class Preserves $() I

portlpu: of yoter who participated cane was planted in, ', row eight/ feetapart. =:: Mixed Pickles 1 60 .. Assorted Jam. Class .Jar ,,16.

? . wa, of course* larger' 'than In snX, '''The seed-pieces of ane about E Plain Pickles, 10 and 15q, -,Imp*Sultana.Raistnc" SSc. Ib., ;:
twelve Inches long'-were placed about Horse Radish & 1 Bo Cal. '
realli".lon E Mustard. Seeded Raisins 15o'lb
The a 1naJorlt.j'lor the sixteen inches from each other. From .
Two 'CARLOADS Just Arrived. : 'Weu" of 76 rotei. The vote,In the each cane twenty to forty .t.alka came E Oyster Cocktail Catsup!; 200, -California' Seedless R's,. aOc

. .eyeral preclt ou was as follow:, up and at this date are 4 eight to"ten -e; Tomato Catsup 1 60 Currant, cleaned,'ISplb '

: PRECINCTwar,. 'DRYi feet high; Since July J have fed my :('Qtron Orange and Lemon PeeL Cinnamon Allepace 1 and t
No. I.. ., ,:.,. ._ ___. 107 99 milk cows; bogs and horse"almost entirely e '
k-- i % .100'.6" 10 with the cane; And have haverseen Cloves, Shredded ,,Cocoanut Nonesuch ,Mince;Meat, 3
1qLit7I, : chairs,. ,l'/3.:.":: ::: ..::::.,;;:: ,15.J 1 animals do better.. Its superiority = Fresh Peanuts every day Walnuts,.>Brazil Nuts, Pecans ..

,Bureaus .14;....,.... .> ,A...:. 11. 2 : over other cane may be enumerated = Almonds. Largest Stock Candy In town.* .

," .15...."' ...,,?,, ... .. 7 0. as follow*] v ,: E Agent for Steam Laundry, ": '
Hatracks, :: 8.,,?., ..:; . ".,_ ... 17 1 2 1st, Jt does not require a* much : : ,;
Rockers 7.;. ;. .,/. . .. . . 2S 0 ground. = .
.' It 6 o' '2nd. It free from Insect and ,
8..r., seem
,IroirJJecls: ,. worm.., = Diamond X Butter Pure; Frompurevcream.; ., }1 Lb:Pkgs i

Kook Cases TQLal..,, .,-..'.,;..'..... 196 I20 I 3rd.. A* rule: it I. sweeter, and a ,
There U atd to have been ome minor given quantity will give more syrup :?ILU1ui111tIh11U1t11t1tt1t1fttlttlLUtaitiLLUL1111111tiUll4i 1111 .'t
Lounges, than any ordinary cane- Judging
irregularities In.No. 1, but the result -
Kitchen Safes,. '-. seems to have been taken iu good From results oa my 'place, one acre of
this cane will suffice to fatten all the
faith by the dry adJtpcatet. they seeraing -
1 : ':Sideboards to be, in a measure at )lea"t,satli- pork a family need; feed four or five
'" fled with the reform that will result milk cows, and one or two horse for
-' from the fight they made and .the education half the year besides jjlvlng/ the planter -
I all the syrup be can u...< The
of the people Along the lines
:.\nlllnrnct' \ advocate. seed cane for one Acre ought not to
they '
: cost but few dollar and the Qel4 State Bank "''KissimmeeOffers ;
A. Card,: need not be disturbed for five year. ,

KlSSIMMKK, FLA., Deo. 3, 1903. In thslocalitT this season the worms .. ,

iJ l BflJflPLCTE G IQEr.DON'T The wet and dry election' is now : thing of the past, and the voters of ,-bUD so far a* I can. see have- not
affected the '
the county have decreed, tbat..we may Japanese. '
._ continue the sale of liquor' in Oaceola v JNO, U.'I! ENfis. ... Customers Every ll..ltj:1J'j: '

county. We are. .glad to know\ Pertinent to the above is the Item "
'YOU NEED A-NEW'STOVE; that while\ the campaign has below, clipped from a recent 'issue.. ''of Consistent with Sound Management. 4"

II. ? been a heated one it has been devoid the Suwannee Democrat...=:Ed. *.* fci i t ...i. *B- f*** JW iB Bf* *w fcL'' '
of and acrimony no one has and cause to personalities regret i.' or, Ru'u. Grlmn, of' O'Brien planted ,Personal Attention to All Business "Intrusted.'' .la 'Ui: ;

Come and see her actions in the matter.! We' vir- one hundred stalks 'Japanese canethis \ .
bear from which 'he has
nine the right.of our to voice put up CABSOIN.J
eighteen hundred stalks for...eed, and N. B. ;
j.p the i improvedIron and vote their sentiments' sod not ono made sixty-one gallons of as fine.syrup M
iota of ill feeling exist us ag&:o.t. .
1 is ever, grew on Florida soil 8am-
any We one also recognize the fact that the jles of the syrup can bo'had from.- him : .... .- .
t King r : it a moderate cost.-
war was principally waged upon the
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admission of minors to the. ' new" patern, 'or a and have selling been! negligent liquor to theui.Ve this regard may in ;.Those who will persist In oloetng *++< ++++*+ *++++ ++*<. ++4+**<' +*. "***** ,*'+ . .

t.bJ/a.t..but..JWe now pledge/, ourselvesnot their ear'against; the continual: recommendation i THE .. < \\
handsome Steel "
_: to admit minors to our places of of Dr.. King's New'
business henceforth or sell thorn liquor Discovery Consumption, will havea '
Rang without the consent of ,their pa long and, bitter fight. with their ,Kissimmee Ice Compai
rents and furthermore, if, they refuseto troubles, if not ended earlier by fatal : ?
termination. Read what T. Ball of
leave our bArrooms whenthe! request '
Our Crockery.J3-lassw',, Lamps,. is made of them, we will Invoke the Beall.wife Miss has to say: "Last, fall Is Now Ready for Business.!> "4TE'TAKE.
aid of an officer to a ect.them.. '. my had every symptom of -con : : "l !'r'

Rugs, Mattings and: '\Vi' =-1Qw Shades minor Parents child desiring must make liquors.theorder sent by in a, sumption.after. She.everything took.Dr..King'. had failed.,Discovery ' THIS METHOD OF INFORMINO THE.PlS.bJpie ; ,'

; BEAUTIES.r writing.. .. irA..: Improvement came at once'' and four 'WY Kissimmee, and contiguous, territory that,we. are'now\'r ..
are bottles cured her.' Ouaran-
We shall strive to overcome the objections entirely
manufacturing superior of Ice and solicit tbelrp.tronac-. ,
raised to places but stall teed by' Oaceola. Pharmacy. Price COo, a quality ,,
0 rf.Bttifc J When, iiispectS events the laws 'shall be rigidly and .00. Trial bottle free. ' for the same.'.. At a large expense ,we have ,equipped out.'.',plant ,

upheld and our saloons conducted in with the best machinery that money could buy 'and-are _;.highly
'The Medal Coate.t.The
HARDWAFJljing' our :Purniture conformity with. the same. < ; : pleased with the results of the trial that''has '!been given "It this J
The ladles made. .good fight, and medal contest of the. Y. W. C.
FJ T. U.. at,the Opera House last Friday ; ; week. We are profoundly grateful for, the encouragement so far
w E 9 ask'l to'see the new "commend them for the upright manner -
4 0C' in which they conducted th. same night drew a large and appreciative i given us and shall endeavor to merit'a continuance of your pod. ,

f W Automatic deeming themselves right. audience and the several ; will and patronage by stralghtdeaing, down wetghtandflnrt cIMs
THij Drop- .We desireto return our sincere dips taking part acquitted themselves. Toods. "Tickets on sale after V)-morroyv' and our pHgM. 'wB, tit ,<
thanks to the voters of t.he'count.. In a manner' highly creditable. As i' satisfactory. Free w.or* tIaa.r.. J, I IM.
Head Ma- delivery by our own
ATACK; % Sewing who east their ballots in our behalf. eacb recitation was finished the applause : '
To those who voted against us we of the audience made it apparent Gardner, who will.handle:our,product>, <; :: \, ,

: J chine; j omething have no ill feeling believing as we;do that the judges would,have some ." Very respectfully.. ;B:;J }
s that they voted their honest sentiments, difficulty rendering a decision that \ D. 'W. SUMMERLIH. :
new and convenient and while they lost the cause theyla- would be satisfactory to themselves, PHONE 101 Manatfer h4'
even. Yet when their decision was f ..I
bored for they have nojb lost: the respect .
made -
finally the demonstration that 1
and esteem of and about >
1d, Let us be brothers and dwell together 'followed settled the que.Llon-Lb\1 '" .
in for law and order had made no mistake and the other :; .
unity.Yours ; '-.-' -'- ""-- .-- -- -
half the of .
price R. T.- BUTLKK. 4 oontestants'were the tender "
congratulations to Miss Jesna' Gardner /WVW5. wvw* ..
s&& bods.MAnntR the successful one." '
peddler's BUSINESS
C., T... U "OTE9., \ program ; rl::::J
Miss.,'' Ivy ClolibTorr1b eCharre. 't
: The day for which we have so earnestly

ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD}}', A HOUSE? our .worked.and'prayed have for time past,been and Miss/ .Mary"- .LouiseMaklnson.;_ J -"*'AFather' GRAVES" & GRAVE3

the victors, but 'what a victory is ptea.& f <. ; 'j
theirs 'twere better far to< suffer de- Miss Nellie Wetherbee"Down with 8UOO SmOFieVTO' ... :-.4./
feat than to win the battle the.Tramo. :- 'iv i' '
If such
by ,
so prices '
get our pnSash, Doors means. ', Miss Maude Got.wallea-"A'Teeto-' THEMA'KINSON-CO:, ,
\ From the earliest hour 'of the eventful taler' Story.. "" ,_.
Nails ;: -
and Paint. A "' '' ,
,Carloads; just, inrc / dayto its close, the patrons ant Mr*:Justin '"Waring.-'The College .. : : :,j ,'

upholders of the traffic, could easily Oil. Cane. '- Havtug purchased'tha'HArdvirara bu of-the Wi B! .
iU ,. Hf
.: have been picked out from :'amongthe Miss Jesna Gardner-"The Wo \ *
loitering crowds. It seemed as though. man's Crusade.. f kinson Co we take this method of 'informing the public of tbM. ;, ?

rj.:;: 1> CD ;c 0 there might purposely have been gathered ; though ,,she added no little given our predecessor 'Our motto will be,'a full a 4 ,..... '
to snow the lintih "'4 of
o I-i
i 00, mother. tremble and angels weep We learn that another entertain embrace Hardware: Builder's Supplies-:,Sash,, 'DoonPaints. .-, BUt hs,

over. ,' nlept similar to the. above will be J,' Oils. Putty, Glass.-Ouns.: Ammunition.'Sporllns'Goods ,.
0 It Is difficult for a woman, with' such given by the 'YV on Jan..7th next. :of all kinds;to:which we will Furniture and House Ffurnl?;' ;
a results before her to' have
n when the saloonkeeper makes patience,,a pleaof l' Revolution ItotntueBt.A ings within the next month. We will be' pleased .4o have';your> "

k.S. .E.O Injustice for>the ,,loss:.of his 'paltry.. sure sign of approaching'revolt J. trade and will endeavor to,merit jt .by fair: ;dealing.'courteou",.
dollars.-, and serious trouble inryour system Is j;''treatm n a.n reasonable prices.. ",

W. wondered) '''whether, any 'man nervousness, sleeplessness or stomach < i ;. T, .] ._. . ...' '. .. . -- .- .. M .|.' .f"' -j'* '
really believed that the credit of'our J
upsets; Electric Bitters will quickly
C'd rC S town'and county was stake becausethe dismember the troublesome causes, I;. AT THE M.AKI SQN BUILDING.1

t--i d CDW law had not ,provided any compensation It never fail to tone the stomach regulate . ;

for the ''men who claim to the Kidneys and Bowels stimulate i .. .
o do so much for the prosperity of the the Liver and clarify the blood. '
I-J..1 00.: 'I""i b.O-4-J. town. but >who;, are so desperately Run down system benefit particularly .t-- ." L ,

afr.ld'of Ill-gotten. gales.Bupthe' and all the usual attending.itchee vanish ,
1 oredtt' "
: ; of'/our town and under its searching and thorough I. \

_ See J Our ; Store county 1* safe-: saved by.'the colored 'effectiveness.I Elsctrlo Bitter Ie I only I
New voters and the.. patrons of the barrooms I 6O and that Is returned If don't give .,ARMOURC30.S 'SPJCIiL.I: .

and.. can have saloon multiplied 1 perfect satisfaction. ,Guaranteed by. . ,., .. .'
fnen and boys will need -J
our not Osceola
Fharmay. ; ,, tif' ..
i That Fine polished' to po to Orlando to be made drunk : I ; .1

ards..,They can do It legally at home- 945,000 Cattle Deal.A 1,500: LBS. ,BONE FLOUR and 500' LBS.' H. C.: "POTASH.l: : -
Oak Suit of Furniture We'wlll have to submit to pass a saloon cattle deal of unusual magnitudewas ,

r Worth '$60.00 store'I"eryLlme., and possibly we go be toe made,dr"jZ' blushas \I two of consummated our most prominent this week!I I local between cattle Mixed;/:and Sacked; .,In '.tOO' poond. Sacks.: ,'J?

: 3 whl, chw ;wlll. some reeling drunkard Issues from 1 m.g'Dat.e..tbe parties to : the deal' 'I{, ,7.1.'
a side door,OD our main street.. ,But I being, E. L. Leslie and Bull -
GiyE AWAY women have learned "that. men must Bass.' Now';!. the time to' Feed your. Orange 'and Peach:ireee for.' i
work and'women, must weepand "Mr. Leslie made a..bllJ..of..le
4 ,
that it 1 I. the duty of womanto--suffer Mr..Bass of several mark and.brands year's :crop.! ',, "" the. '" very. best.yot1, can givd-'
bit, lirstlbf' January in slJence-fep'the good (?) of her ooun. estimated in the aggregate at about them, ,being. over' ( Jl. .c+'" ,
try.QWe (knew the, majority, oNhe I 5,000 bead,.the consideration being !: t. '1
'next. Every_50cts citizen. of bur town ana county,' J.he I 45,000.. Mr.'Bass formerly! '.owned apart 9O, Per-.Cent Plant.F ood
' you spend or pay on property holder*And taxpayers,those 1 of thesecattle. and sold them to>> ...
y '
v. who have the ,moral and Intellectual Mr., Leslie about -- N.
year-ago. .. .
; your account gives interest of' the community at heart, 'This leave Mr;Leslie wlth,-about a Price '$36 Per' Ton- F., ;0 (': '
1 you a chance. were in sympathy with ua,. and we 1 thousand head Of cattle which be will ., _> ;
hoped to be able id do away with the I 1)Ieoe'ln-bls pasture with a number of ., $5r Per Ton HIV late:Q a. h' '

cause .of those evils; but we have blooded ball and' br&d, t.hem..up to .' v 'we-furnish' full 'price, list'', for Armour's'.!' Iflzbrj'a.nd" :
We "mlgMdoe. not ] cattleT ;
failed. are'jflad. high grade beef
make right.'*' Chemicals"'.on, request:; We 'solicit':your ,patronage" guarantee .I'

J' W 'A': S N We thank that JOlalle majority. ,Notice' ,, Confederate Yeteraa.. < ', you ,the f.ertillZ:8r"forit..t. : ,'.Mo41.. . ,,. :" ,t....' '
., T ,
who AU ''
,r of respectable' citizens, by their \ member 'of' Alfred Ive'rsoh : 'Y
votes worked> with us' lora decent i Camp will meet'at, the Court House on \V. :X-/VAN'D rIZOR_..a'C.o"'' .
manhood and the purity 'of the home. :Monday Deo-7, 1003. . b .
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.. ,. '. FARNSWOBTHn'fFres. 1 ,*. order-of Lieut. -l: j.b. ;- ASQts. .
II 'Si5 MBS. M. A. 1 By E. A;JJarnt,,2nd.: I .
:r: W.?.'T. Y.' : t Commanding. .. .r : ''I ...'._ ...,

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si- 'J' Soldiers of the Turkish Army. ,
4r (1 '111... ..rln.. nws..eCaa wIt OF SOUTH AFRICA \
kl.a .......... .... Pau., .

BoUaia Blood Balm(B.B.; B.) sane "

FimpUa, ambbr, scaly, itching Xeaema," Fi 'J'i ADK'JCN" LOIR.. la. La Nature, (
Ulcers,z1 tiDI Sores, Sorofwla, Blood Poi- P.ra.: '

on.Ek***"'r io.A 8w.nibg... Rh.uaU.m.. 1
:oN' oaoe I B cialy, advbcit, for 'ebronla I 1 JJ Ill J .ao i HERB: are found IB South ,

i :loctor,'.paCeDt .fnedicine and __ .t J Africa a considerable nwmq X'
iotprPg /'jltoevr\ >rbe1p. Strcngtben 00 ber of Insect belonging/ to'the

wralc kidne)'.. DruigTkta 91 per .larg.bott1. ;$ termite family, but ,the

,.. To prove it ,cure B. 1) B. coat a 1 most-retn.rkabtc are those
1 J t-- fr.. by Vriting BLOOD Butt Co., 63 Balm 11 A ix'14 !, called 'white' jauta. Bccau*.**et Hie ;'

Bld,., AUaaU, G*. Describe troubla a.4 e destruction' which they cause these In1 -.
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'. f.... .....ioal.dylce sent la heated letter. 1 sects are a real scourge to' tbe coinv,'

) ... .t ":i .c"' ICcdiein .Hilt,"at one, prepaid. All we I try; they live hi myrtada in sub"r- ??\
f j ' ; uk Is list you will speak*good word tor .j; raneiin nest, and are ene of the gr$t- j I;

r ... :-.". .' B. B'.B,when cured._ eat .obstacles to every form of ugrh Vj
I .>< \ I ; ta culture. Durlug the night tfiese lu- f+

Mri.: Rosa:; Adams, niece; of flfteen BrMiTa-.ixteenth.'of crop-of.codee'this the 'world,"ClOUUIDPO, aqnila t j sect perform>> thelf.UestrucUve work., l

the late General Roger 'fiansoa, t.i_ .. _, Mhe-greatt-r, part ef the time being in-. '
visible'and moving; tinder the shelter'
' c.s.A.. wants every'' W IDaD' toy r ismsles ...... of small tunnels which ',they construct ;:,

know off the,' wonders 'accomplished . Tea 'culture experiment have proved j en their way a* they move forward. V
by Lydia E. Pinktmm's ucceaifiil l-In-Jamaica and It 1* now ... Not only do they attack vegetation of1' :*

hoped 'that-tbl most, unlucky Island all sorts, but they also Invade houses
Vegetable Cot, lpound. will prove an Ideal place,, for the 1 and even whf'u. the exterior', of, then* t
,_4.4 Data 11... 'inxaiHAMi-I e&DDot growth' and cultivation of tea. ':Tlie' appears sound they are.. eftcn' filled

er tell'you withpen E. Plnkham'c and Ink Veeetuble what roo4L7dla Chinese, ,varieties grow luxuriantly; t \ ; y tl with ants l which destroy'wood' and >hj <

t" Compound did for use,aufferlDg from but more hope I* pieced on the Assam nib a41'P j undermine, masonry.' *Tue mouse tuny \
the Ilia peculiar to-the sex extremeaaaltnde and Ceylon hybrid!,-!Mexican Herald. ''''', appear Intact but' some darlt: Is:dls- |

: and that all rone feeling- I : S covered that .time building Is realty i j'|
; would rise front my bed In the morning- ..... R.
feeling' more tired than when I went to The readers of this paper will be pleased? _. I with which the hUl..tJ". work may UB _.>
learn that there U at east one dread du.
g bed, but before I used two bottles ofLydia : '\
:, aeethat seleaoe born been ablatoour. lush -.. '' Judged when It In stated that n lawyer ;
E. Plnkbam's Vegetable<< ....tal;.., and that U Uatarra.: HalTa Catarra of Ilulawayo found after an absence ,':
,y Compound. I beg a to feel the buoy 'sr.Is: the only positive care now known) week that the Insects. had mud oc* 1
lacy .f say vounger d returning.. the me41eal traternltr. Oittarrh being a ooatttntlonal "
of hid house lmM><.11>)('. Might S
ty r became reguljar, oould do more work disease, requires a oonstltutioaiUtreatment. cupancy
nd not feel tired than I bad ever been .liaU'a JatarraUnre taken Inter- # .'wr'>I'xvt,' day only had'sulNw for/ these, de! :
_ble to do before, ao I continued to useItunttIIweere.toredtopert.cthealth. Daily;soling directly upon the blood and mu.eou.wrtaaaofthe.'uemtaerebydestroy.- stroyers' raise In the chimney n nest .
.. tag the foundation of tbe dace,and gtvln{" A OltOUP OK/ TUB ALBANIAN ItUUlMKNT: OP/ THE tlUAltb. ''+ high us a man. 1 have Been cases *i''<

$ It I* Indeed a boon to lick womenandI the patient strength by building up the oonstltunon The fierce fighting/ men of the Turkish army \\lIo..l1Iny be called on to defend tbe Sultan and his government of wine from Kuropo. the, curks'of, '%
heartily recommend it. 'Yours very and nature tn domic tel had .:
aulitlaif which been edImk.Iyconsutni4'py. >
truly. Mu. ROSA. ADAH, 81. Itth St. work. The proprietan have so ronea lalthla against the Macedonian revolutionists, or foreign Invaders, a* the caen may be, form a bulwark not easily over .. j
,,c Lod.vfb.Ky.";taoOO forfrlt If.rlflitfl of ourittlve pltlil'.n moat taey offer One uaa thrown.. The Turkish soldier U n fatalist and fights with an enthusiasm Inspired by his belief that his rewardin ants leaving toe bottles to waste their ;
v' wwwLttwhwM,' ._!. _.. dad Pollare tor any ease Bat It tarts tn< our. . the future life. will be all the. greater for.having eleclln defending the faith. contents on the' Huor of the storerorijju. .f f
bend for lift of testimonials. Adtlreu One frecjuenlly'come* across. these i'
a FREE ]MEDICAL ADVICE TO ;*-J. UHSKST A uo.1'olodo.O.SoIVbytfrugglat. ant*.' nests little blllH 'rl"l' short j i-
WOMEN' -- -- ) .. Jio. Mission Bookrack WHY DO PLANTS
Mall'e Family rills are the best. A Hidden Portrait distances from each other" n i1
+ Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. -- HAVE THORNS ? hill of earth litton! feet In height/ 5
Flnkbaun. She will understand! MMat Gla Ho.... 'Though It fits right into a mission the top of which IM d Slnplng'o.lolot.,, *
your case perfectly and will treat J Dr. J. W. Guyon. O: Levin Coryell scheme of furnishing there 1* nothln .. .-. ylie'
the The
entrance to nests. heat }
From an Article by Ferdinand: \
a you with -kindness. Her advice to prevent this mission bookrack fron
County Texas. hall an all-lron gin ;
X, Is free, and the address Is Lynn FaUeau.. in La Science Illuslrce
Mas*. >No bouse. The frame post are to be driven being utilised. In any room where a ... ... ... ., .'___ __
woman ever regretted bookcase i* suitable It tbo be rarl -Coudenwil aDd. Translated
room .
written her and she has Into tbe ground about two feet; the y '-
helped done In mission style the wood should For PubliC Opinion.
3 thousands. corners and joints ere to be fastened ..
together with locks and bolt similarto pt course be of the same sort as'other The Influence of the environment Is

bed locks; the wjil'a and: cover are pieces of furniture, tbe beautiful ten very great In the formation of thorn,

." to be of corrugated sheet Iron.FITftnertnanentlvcnreJ. brown being a general favorite. Such!; sogrcat; in fnctr that we frequentlyfind
? pieces may, however be, stained lii
e O\\\ that a plant In one place baa
A any color or to represent any wood!
thorns and few mile la devoid
.No tits. or nervens.floss a away
DANK DEPOSIT' after first. dav's use of 1>... Kline's treat This one Is characteristic of mtabloft of them. Observation and experimentare

X5,000 Railroad Para NerveRestfrer.Vatrial.bottle and traatlsefre In agreement In showing that three
{' -eo.rd.tCo.t.WAt.Quic' I'Ra8 ,,,Pe08ear.d.d." Dr.R.'tI. Ltd., 981 Aroh 8t.. Khlla.,Pa., causes are In operation here nniuely, I

*: In Boston there are one and a half eleo- Impoverished soil dryness of tbe atmosphere II
k ![0a61aalRAaaIU&NEg3cOUEGLYacaW.: : I .x ANT'U Knur.
trio for each .
light person.Mrs and Intensity of light eacho. --

K SBlMUIonaof Wlulo.'.'IootblutrSyr p for.,bUdreD .' which provokes or "accentuate the : Itself IB composed of imllerlcs hollowed ..
teslblnir.sof th.irnms, ' .laflnmmatlon.ullsys .- condition under discussion. In this Irregularly nil ending ni n larger gnl- 1
paln.niires wind cotie. 28o.a bottle connection Itll i "interesting to state', lery, which may b"-
The bankin capital; of New York City .. .. that cultivation" diminishes the num- principal avenue of the city. This avenue

has been doubled within live years.riMs .\11 iiuportant part 1" played by hidden ber of spines And In many Instances lends to- the deepest part of the. ,:r rI :

U.M.C. Shot. Shell Cure for Consumption.Iran Infallible I pictures In politic, particularlyIn makes them disappear after several. | nest wlU'roe may find tho residence _
+ are sold each year. .Theyaremad medlulna for couch and COIdN. W. French l' llticlI. An example of generation J I of the 111It'l''n sovereignty has j
In the largest cartridge HAKCEL, Oo..ii Prove N. J.. Feb. 17, 1900. such pictures Is that shown above the M. hotelier his shown by a long been plneed on the head'of a queen,

f factory In the world. During the racing teuton more than original of which was Bent to the rhllndelplila seriea of experiment that thorny j the workmen tear her -wings off and 1

TU DHOI METiLUO CIRTRIDSE CO... $1,000,000 s wagered.on horses. Record by Will Leigh. of 1... plant when submitted to the action place her lu if cell proportioned to her

,v1 ,R .. meecpoirr.. ..... linska Pn. The head of Napoleon la of humidity tend to loco their spines, j site with mi adjoining/ cell for her
...,... Fruit acids will not stain goods dyed .
t NI,.-. with i'rTKAM .KADELKSH Dnca. formed by the leaves in the upper LftOBJCa Liuate." _. j
CI;; '
bunch of vio As in our o''n cllmatp each oT
."......Hftt.. rlghthand; corner of'tlic I one }
"If It was BO dark, said the magt'rate !*- lets. ii I these nests forms a small republic, eon.J .,
"bow could you tell that the : : :' talnlug rt queen royal go II rd.. work- '

man was'ncsro?" PerpvtnalA 1.111I:11: j ers and other useful members .t sorlety. -

"By the "way be hung around tho smnll quantity of radium Baits In ; As thousand; of eggs are lahicues T

chicken hon-e.' sM. the old farmer, the Currie laboratory, whore this won day In these meats It is not dlfll- .
*, tMA 4f; 1 M ; I I cult to understand tpe ever-lncreas- 4 j
derful substance'\ was discovered wa ,
j ling number of ants! that Inhabit them. ?f
Tact --. sufficient to render. the walls! the instruments
Among-Doctor*. 77fl/1I"J/DIV" .. the air radio-ndive; Tlvot ; These ,small but fearful enemies of 5 5i

To succeed In the practice of medi JUt QOOHRnCKpieces :: Is, the walls, the l Instruments the air ty, i roles which live In tbe Hume neighhorhood. ;
cine; tact I I. a* necessary a* skill in gave off radiations of their own mere I and two ant nests never live J{:
r man themselves have Implacable
Everybody's Magazine a woman doc- ly 'because'radium was or bad been ene-
tor tell of the Joss of her first opportunity "; present Imagine "the gain to' man together In peace, even where they are ;

; "A delicate young < woman being, .solid dud well designed kind when a process I II evolved for Inhabited by,"individuals comely relat f"1

came'fluffing'Into\ my .office oo .a- weU- generally,>.' It "may ,be;used a*! It1' I Is making those radiation.luminous.' Or. ,, ml to each!' other from the standpoint '

raw day to know why she had such a or It may be-fitted CAPUDINEa hanging All this must be 'of the white ants however 'are the
cold. naturally be There would no ;
I looked down at her thin'a longer neceswiry. or BObkNTIKX, SLOE-TREK,
governed by the rest of. the room: dark In tbe wdrld.Everything lari black ants called Ma tain-Ion.\ l>e- i'a
It l.w cause!' of their color, which I Iii ana InKOIII V.'
tbe Influence
that bad felt
ssftt11'yx"&i.INDIGESTION ed myself with comfortable freedom- A tumbler combination lock for
[)OIIt. the ,
reduction taking: place In two to that of tho Inhabitant of
and *':.r: : How could abe expect anything else office boxes has been Invento'1 for these of the radh1lwould shine, and since way. In the case of spines which Matabeland. The black ant are much i
of the salt "well-night
with such footgear? lose their the energy
AGIDIHnE Aasavwn'EaeSo b prone to keys.In are produced by modified leaves than tho white.nCd of i
r .. there would never be any or large legion ,
rta ... ..... _.... J 'She took my prescription In displeased perpetual modified .
> iss II the.. 1t1 of New York there are need of renewing the lighting contract. stems..there Is a tendency to MatnlK-Ie Is anttlcient to throw an ,
silence and never came'back. only 737,477 white persons born of 'Theodore 'Vatlerl. In the September revert to the primitive type, while In entire city qf white ant Into n state '"
t c I heard that she described me; afterward native parents. Every body'*. those which originate In stipule*-an of nlMolute panic. Much more vigorous "
DrI'TuD'B' I a* quite'ton cold and unsympathetic organ unnecessary to the life of the than the latter, armed with for- :.

to be a good doctor; and so. t .Oshkosh tAe Menominee Chief For Whom plant-, the spine diminishes and In 'mldabte mandible, the Invading black
.UVCR and perhaps, I lost others a* well a* her.; many cases completely disappear The ant (throw themselves on the poor t.
BLOOD SYRUP I had been right, of course, from the t Was'Named-a Prosperous Wisconsin City partial deprivation of light also produce I| frightened creatures of the white city, tjI

e'."' 01/- highest standpoint/ : but that'is a luxury I a more or less complete Btippre- seizing a* many as thirteen nt a time., Ii.

1"11 tin eautt- no young doctor can afford. I Oshkosh wa the name of a Sleno- the town and delivered an address. slon of the thorns, a* proved by many I and carrying them quickly to their II

should have petted her, bable'd her mines chieftain who had been The eml-eenteunlal celebration and authenticated Instances.It I own hill. In this case thMatnbele tJ

listened to alUher troubles,and Introduced very the agitation that has resulted. from thus appears that thorns are the I* not Inspired by any bloodthirsty :'t
;Jf You Don't Want .tbe .matter of footgear so delicately kind to tho settler, and who remainedso It have brought Into existence a move result of Insufficient nutrition but this desire, for It doe its captive no harm. tt

that she would be drawn away to the day. of his death. Xlls'grand- ment to 'remove the bone of Chief answer by no means exhausts the subject i! being content to keep It In.a condition ,y,

:CURLS IN YOUR HAIR frOm openwork by the silken.thread of for the question arises, what lethe 1, of slavery. Much less'diligent and Intelligent l.

/' peraaaslan. .... tiaot w'b"r use of the thorns and how do / than the little white ant, the 1I
they benefit the plant "Orlndon black ant makes the former rk for.
.; a''i RIGHT UP TO DATE.C. claimed that the thorn have no use I. the black colony the white not laborIng -

.t. Jenkins-Have you a typewriter at since they tare found tu a large number i faithfully In tho domain of Its

+ your office? of fat 11lea different both a* to masters, constructing for them comfortable .I
form and a* to needs, but there'canbe .(
Jink*-Yea, Indeed cells, taking care of their lar*"'
Jenkins-What style? but little doubt that the thorn i voe and digging tunnel which penult

i r_ L 5t O Jink*.-.Oh, the vary latest. You _1* a mean of protection to the plant their captors to go from one place )o!

'should see the new ,fall gown abe'a and that Its purpose I* to Inspire a the other. sheltered. from the wind and
wearing- these -;'day*.-'Philadelphia- healthy .respect In- quadruped's.The-: TraTii; "rbtis Ts"tliaf'frequently" "*--

YOU DO WAST'' Ledger, thorn protect the creatures which car find entire .tribes of white nuts. living'In
:Carpenter's ,01 HA2ROY)[ POMADE ry It, And where the case be,that of a the Matabele communities

(....*.. O. rrrr.TAOeu HAPPY WOMEN. hedgehog allow it or thistle, beast or bird It Large and small ants have one common ,

''. 11 _'b... tlair ..... b'-' ... ...141 subwMy Pare possessor to the more ef j! enemy, the apt best, which U, "
Ir -n,,,4.1....,..."I. ..0Wllw. ---', Mrs. wife fectually defend Itself. To pluck a very numerous in fhose regions! where,
t ........'M. .0.1.'1M aw- of C. -B. art, a. bouquet of eglantines without tearing I !!
I II abundant Tliero' I lit absolutelynosafety
r PRICE:;4tl CENTS. prey
prominent ryeIdent clothes
i.... MtroavyceetMb..y It_will OmdIIbr 1,1p ik F or-wounding the fingers when one of these anjmal ,
1 1'M
4, a..a.........ors ss esM&0__ of Glasgow 11 an operation which -requires 1'1 enters the.nest. although thin does not f,
CO. Ken mate cleverness, and thus
u.C'AltpeNTelt in
increasing ;
prevent the number of ante from
& ""' 1.11I... sty tucky. *ayiI : V.. , l+ INtIII less instance from the' sloe-tree to: the ' !
In iii .
quantities, ,
enormous .,
snf. e ,
R ? gooseberry we see that nature hats
places the nest of theao Insect oe- :;
j ferine from ';. made provision fpr these members; of i I 1
such extent territory'
cupying an of
a compHcattou.of her family
so that
DYSPEPSIA L .M may defend that they form small villageattacks. 1
k. kid;. t the young leave and tender buds so' X
Ing everythbng devouring everything .
ney, trouble ' necessary to the continuance of
' cutting the roots, destroying the leave,,
*, fite- lives.
i "RI.Lr" m.k.s _.w..d.rf 1 "Os-ao t tit titC hollowing and emptying the Interior ',.\
... ... ,
a HI....."' Wc:4 -' aids abed '
n ! !
.. ...."' -.t-taa._fol._.a n&e.&. I[ back l [ +r t Ad.', Trick of branches( and leaving only the bark s ti
-1:! = ; 4r Into :IAt:
tho whole tree falling! dust
bad deal J Ccorgo
;ii a great Ads attended recently a.din
I .
**:vJ5&3BK8ffn .. of rouble with the 1 I ner of theatrical people In Boston. The 1 Bulawayo In the tntinlclpal park out of

J-.: V, ;. 'secretionWhich : *r stage folk song tons: and told! stories, fl every' fifty trees planted one only.lives. '
cstlmatted trmtMhe damageIn '
.' were exceedingly variable aotJIelimra.1cea.l1'e but Mr. Ado. who I I. very quiet-and and ltj :
Oeat For ., ". .. and at other time, scanty i t i 1 7'p retiring, would neither sing nor speak this .town alorieamoun'U v to :iV-: 1.
y7M botwli ( The color wa high and He was. he 000 francs per year }{
c r, paaaafe were *\ald, no good at t.
accompanied .with a' of that kind. Finally" '
though. ' '
an1thln.l A Big.Tomato 'VI. *
+ tion Doan's Kidney ,Pills soon regulated' x S o a for Mr. Ade became too I ...A tomato Tine,., nearly sixteen 'feethigh.was ".
=+--r's+l CAte011CATtnay the kidney secretions, making 'p I i + ti.t ,, The young wan had to yield He rose, on exhibition atth4l.IUlnoh M11"

a; + ,their( color normal, and banished' the + and said ;/ 't ,
State ''Fair. It was grown ,.( rani*
Inflammation whichcaused, the caId- } $ "I will tell yon an excellent trick In
gould. n.At l-
,.b log HPU tl01l,- I can rest well, my rlyi 'n t \ parlor magic. You take a tumbler and 1 I yk

$ back Is strong' and sonnd. andl, feel! fill It two-third full of .filtered water I Cologne rvcently ,Ihlef'chased 4

i t''!'!iii.: TVa"bi.7.1a, ..4=," much better In every way." son, Reginald Oshkosh a graduate of Oshkosh from the l'Ivosheria IiidJun re- Then you AnserMn the water a lump by the police took refuge lnu* church.> ,
... .
Foster-UUborn Co..' Buffalo. N. X. the Carlyle, School of Indians, was, crratloq.. where they now; lie. to the of sugar and
I o. M e.n.r...,-rat.rU.g ....-.; a spoon and you begin .and. kneeling' before' the altar'claimed
. .....,*M.T. MS 'For sal,by,all dealers, price 60. cent present at the recent celebration of the' city that' bear hi* name, and' above to IItlr.In, a>few minute the sugar sanctuary after the'wdlaenl fasliloiu

.. MIA'. ''''TEk BULMsM BOXES per box., fiftieth. anniversary' of the- founding f.; 'of' them V to erect a monument;it* will become Invisible." The police orrestoa him all .the'.same.'
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A SEJEfMON JflOtf SUNDAY son, in Christian faith \let as'njeloo'ee.. J i' -' -

F ; day as we *t dy the divinity. and inapirej- 'rwt TKRRAPINA"Nw TRifPL l I : rl .
,;:w t.. I r...::. tioa.1 the Word at God. Amony the nb.ttantial c 3..e-. ., MA.l.lAf1E ..
.' truth of Bible inspiration ia the) '
SCOURSE ENTITLEs TH5; CUD RfsV character' the teachafcg: NOt Device far Cxtrmlnatlnt the

BOOK FROM COO?"" thatand anH glorify and perpetnata Miapage ? ,Diamond Back.",, ., Cured of' Cat: rrh'ofKidibttY saby
e4 thieLmor* than human book-
I '
"t, :tair. 'The terrapin'hunter have adopteda -
teachinM resflkctinc God.andrmqe,- bolineaa 1 PP-ru-ria.. &is:
.af th* ,TnaMh. Baak W. and sin, death and eternity.Hew: the new mtthodfor, catching t rraptn. w...

oil .......DII I. H OWl Itoea -Olvwn *.. C* whole circle of religious truth from centre aDd ,'Wkat few ara left {a Ui..diasay g
'10,. tn. Inplral.. .,.Uo4..It.1* r...- to cireumfecence, u not only touched.t -t ut
writ __'. -**... filled rep by. the revelation. ef %ki t iDe pirdWord. tbk bh&blt.nt4 of Sweden'' puke Bay and ItIIl tributaries Will aooo
'*" nearly; .
be III''the terra pin.pouad.. Th. new ( j.j,
PBULADILPHU.Th.. ne..v. Dr. Kerr Take,the one question .f-the Godhead four-firth aWl I llva In. .the eonctrr. '
devloe I* a'trap constructed about on
Boys Tapper, pastor of the JFirst Baptist and the light thrown it by the Mcred l
Church of thia citjr. preached a a""onL"1'o" ticripture: .. As Dr. Stuart upon aLbhinson has 4Tb full dress liveries of tbs CrlUahroyal the same principle a* the eel pot. Th. . "
mon ttunday: : morning-: "It' the Old Book eloquently aid"Tbe Bible maintained the r body' cf the trap la constructed of
.Tom God r' Thi U on* of the o'.de.t .footmen cost $550 apiece! ;,
vnity of God amid all the darkness ef tie .
f wire and the entrance ,of : sowoven' .:
and atronneit churches> in the ' -twlf
lead./ '
Western polytheism; the vivid personalityot |II|
was presided over for thirty years by Dr. God amid all the Mphistry ef the Ka t- The'frit steamerbu the'Thdmes WIt that the terrapins easily outer

George Dana Boardman, wh. was .auuoeedd era pantheism and ineffable purity of tlie"'Marjory, In 1814. The Blchmoud but find It Impossible to get out. Thetrap'
about eight.yeara age by Dr. Tuppcr. the holiness of tiod amid all the obscurity '
followed her. later., Is then filled'with bait, for the:
.Two )' .. year r>
ef Egyptian theories and Canaanitiah Tdo -
a m...g aIseent': al.r7f tha ,omnipresence .f Gad amid Jl mot part crushed crabs,.and jet In

and 130,000! endowment'laiif. .wide The the theories of' ((ode manyi: )and lord.' ., iV 11te.t' :-.States! postage 1* now required the marsh where.terrapins bare>been
congregation era very Urn, peelally in many.: How infinitely: above and to mall letter to mjaaloaarleaIn ) looated. The terrapin hunter walk.
th. evening.: 'l'h. text for this sermon wa all hums.speculation.. arc the revelation
front First ThCMalonian 11-13 "We thank of the Divine Word respecting: the Divine. Shanghai.;, Pekln.; >Tnhn through the marsh-and discover his'

God without ceaaing because when ye mind! How inajeatio such declaration Trlen-Talu, Klnklaojc and Foocbow, game by the protruding heads, as the >, .
received the wordof God :y* received' it aa these: "In the beginning God createdtht terrapins ar. compelled to come to the
not aa the word of lI1.n. but as it is in heavena and the earth; before the .
troth! the word .f God." Dr.. Tupper mountain were brought forth -of ever The discovery of a big forest of redwood surface to breathe. Many ot them ar r

-.aid. "" '.Thou badat formed the earth and the *'I.! .reported. m. Curry C uu-:, drowned In these trap, and one

Ancient history nas preserved the tradition world even from' everlasting. ; to ...rla." ty la the southwestern portion'of ,tb. bunter.staSeu that"he hat seen twenty-'
that when thirty centuries'ago,' the in*. Tuou are ,God "God i I. a saint;" State of''OrepD. Some of the trees
city-: of Troy was sacked by: the Greeks "God i. love." "God i. light."> In a magnificent are said to be twenty feet In diameter. two' drowned ,In this manner duringUie
the conqueror mad. the general proclamation trntiM on this fundamental question Jlre.entKIlmer.. A,terrapin cannot
that each of the inhabitant thereofbe of God and the revelations respecting: live. In one of these .traps over
permitted'to eave a single article of it made by the Scriptures: an American: =here Is a land turtle 5n' Mexico |,
three hours and thus the hunter must ...
property: especially: dear to has own heart. writer has pointed out five Conceptions which ,is said to' be more; than,'SOU( ,
Taking advantage. of the offer ..Aeuee of God found in the Bible, and found nowhere old. A0 Inscription'on Its ,belf'I. be on the move constantly If ho would
elected hi* household god and carried .-' among all the religion of years i preserve his game anvel; Terrapins l 4
them in tridmph'and for joy to aplaceof earth. wear and weigh theses thought to date back to the. time of ;
safety.: So pleased were the- Greek (1) God, lea spirit, existing from eternity. Komnpan-seti, '''the first Aztec king. are &.180-b.lne caught In purse, nets

by this unaffected: act of. piety that they ._Creator of heaven and earth; (2) I but these. cannot b* used in"tballowstreams ;

,extended to him further indulgence, allowing God ia one, yet revealing Himself in the Nearfy' half tbe. chess men used In successfully on account of .!
him to are one other.thing when, threefold distinction and personality.
clrlU! .ed countries are mannfacturedt the numerous stumps of trees on the
returning in haste, he. bore off on has Father. Son and Holy: Spirit; .(3> God la
shoulder hi. aged father whom wiadom absolutely .innnita in aU His attributea a Kulgbtscastle In Cheshire England. i bottom. One hunter --made a. 'larg*

and affection: eonatitntcd for him a priceless and 'eap.citin-in power omnipotent in Boys add girls are the,.cblef work- haul with: a tyke: some weak ,co., H*. "

inheritance. knowledge omniscient in exiatence omnipresent men the boys whittling, the. men oat aw Marge number 'templn' going .
Were the tradition thu related t
repeat in purpose immutable in character '
itself in history today and the privilege immaculate: the embodiment of all and. the girls painting them.. np a narrow marsh stream and knew

granted every genuine Christian believer that i.. fOOd and creat. the ilDJMreoaaUoaof that It wa useless to follow them at /

in a eu.ea.on of calamity all excellence; (4)) Cod i. providential" It would take the entire population once on account of the numerous deep -
and privation to make a aelection of that not far off, ana*inaeceeeible, icareleaa of
on possession most higiuy: prized by: him f-aeting laws. and untouched by human of the United States 100 days: to shell bole which 'rendered: the .terrapin

both because of its intrinsic. slue and it* woe. but.a God of '*ympathy.: eompauion the corn crop by hand. The .team practically sat front pursuit. H* -E1'

immortal influence, the truest wisdom love; a God who, in .U Uia law and be.bind' Sheller will shell'a bushel of corn a therefore stopped the stream with aEn.
weald dictate a peculiar: and to thousand all Uia lawa. and above all ills law., minutewhile the mOlt practised hand up BOX. JOHN T., snEJLHAlT, OP CHICAGO..
oar-inexplicable eboiee. Thi choice wouldaot and in control ol. all His laws, not ; the exception of one narrow outlet, In .
: John T. BheaJian, who has been for eronteenyear* manager of 'Marshall
and would an hour and a half to
be silver -or' gold military faro or guards cherubim and seraphim anjrals jpccnpy which he hi fyke. Night after '
placed Field c..'. wholesale warehouse, and is oorporal Sd FUviment Infantry L N. G..
tvi* honor, profound learning or matchless archangel, but also mark the movement th. bushel. ', '
night a* waited patiently for the terrapin write the following letter from 733 ladiaaa avenue, Flat Biz. Chicago, 1U.I
eloquence; this choice would not be of'lily sparrow and cbild and above ,aU
eveai. father or....t..r. huabend .r wife God ia a Redvemer living; and'dying to com down. At length ODe P.rutts X04to. c... O. Every man, woman and child In the .",.__'!Last .. 1 oams-fct sold ....M _.... .. tsUte die '
SOB *r danghtertriead, or among men ill' self-sacrifice: ineffable, to night'; there ,,cam. a< heavy rain, and mi0* s> .
a* might be each .f these, it would be hIt them from darkness to light from ''ain. United States took, on an average, the terrapin cam down with rush, twy b/dn.yy....... aJT.e& these badly tried a caMftlai ./ fcUlMey re>*n-*f t>. ,
the one thing wisely. chosen if the choice to glory in short not a mere ideaJ of a rides, on the'sheets.a: p. t |
.. ; sixty-three 80 that h* caught more of them then tang.'.,....."' ...... awl they did taAetp m. *>MVOM. .forMMM*
made both far time and .terDi', laort to worship but a Gad witb whom '
What then would the one thing bet very humanl soul may: have peranal eon. last year according' to a recent wdthirtyone F h* had caught: af one time/for' many t.M ./ Aa> grt. Mfr fce *e>. "oetw*J it* Ml..*7 f.r*... 4s' *> ala "I *>

6trang. a* it may seem to',- the ecious relation, 'a God to furl a God to.. portiof: the Census Bureau. That *.-Baltimore Sun.. caaa, seed,1.4 aeOO .rexmrexf .It_ R

calm, Arm. heaven. guided, intelligent love, a God to pray to. a God t* obey_. rides more than they bd year ."II *.*. ( kf.**liaa (. ISM, ..i.._ !*..?f*.l .ts>r0. part .t t.O',
choice of the gnat thankful Christian .. God'ao holy: that w* mud abandon ain taken In 1800. 1\ TaV '. .... kd .d ..... but lour kaitta ./.
'in that solemn, sacred boor wodld be a if w* would serve Him, and a God so loving n4 %M I ei/r ol tine **., "
eertain booV a book antiqp1 and artless, that our very ain baa moved Him to -- ._ Th'!' First Tooth FanrwsMs eared *M.itirelti etstal J **>..!!f_ta l**...1A.w/ /or>* en.*.tJ.*.,*,

elevating and ennobling.. ,-divine. and dur a oclf-4eayinir: atonement. Truly thi. The total number ef employee .f all It I is a funny eras that: urges: the aaU.....''---JYi' r. a118A11ARMr. .
look that tell ao much about Cod must the corporation Is 400.000.. and they serious
: Jacob Fletf write from 44 SnintMravenue such prominence that the natureof
able.A. wearing of lI.b, first milk-tooth, but
I utter thl. sentence yon aatiell'IIta be a book from God. receive In wage nearly S200.000.000. Brooklyn N. Y.i, the diseaae i Ie at one suspected: but the-
th. designation I am about to mike Yon Because it U God'. Bonk Vo* Bible"i* .The employee of. these combination this I* positively: rampant among deeply nosss.eih.e.w chronic variety may: com on eo gradually .'J
need not be told that. This book i* no Deculiarly: man'. book when. man would : devoted Parisian mammas. The 1 ace .( t\. .g. and insidiously that It*preeene* i* not suspected i
work of mere poetry, neither Iliad nor rise to loftiest conception and highest 1 only number eight per cent of all em- -shedding' of the -first' tooth 1* most ./-'I/-Jl- years,thanks I. your until after it has fattened itaatf '
Odyssey; :Miltoa1 (Me* nor baareapeare'a achievements. It is wonderful how our ploye. In the factories In which combination e...11111& .. Me4., P.07.0. .....-." -- Uioroughiy upon-H* victim.
1>1&).; no 'work of mere blatorYt'J neither w.tolo knglish! literature has become permeated would be possible. carefully watched'for and afterward .."Jttcio. At the appearance of the first symptom
leivy nor Tacitua Hallam ; no ..tur.tedand elevated. by aenti- this pearly: trifle I* handed over Parana should be taken This remedy ,d
work: of mere philoeophy, neither Bacon manta and expression from the Holy i S. : the Jeweler. He polishes and '' Catarrbal"inflammation'of' the mucous strikes at .the. very root of the die- ..
nor lI.mUto"Dew.rte.. nor Locke; no _scripture On of the most interesting .A. nici. the "wheat king" of Gra- lining of the kidneys, also called "Brighfa _. '
book>> of mere biography, neither Plutarch studies to the student alike of the Bible .liam County" Kansas.has threshed the little tooth until It bad! an toJ disease," m.r.: be either acute or chronic A book on catarrh sent free Vy'Th Pa

I nor tsunartine Kamuaat nor Voltaire; no and of Shakeipeare i. the indebtedness of OOOO( acre of wheat. lie got twenty- appearance of a gear and In a rinl', Tb acute form produces symptom j of runs Medicine; Co. Columbus. O.
, book *f mere romance neither George'hot the Bard of Avon to these-orscle* of light take the place ,of a 'jeweL' '. '
two bushel to the acre or 132.UOU'buahel. (x
, Bnlwer and life. A careful atudy ef Shakerpeare' '
nor Scott. nor Thackeran: ; -
. -BIO book of mere ethic, neither Plat nor life reveala no fewer thaniv.. In all. His crop will make a rings are of plain gold, with"only the '

Seneca Paily nor item; no book of Chrletian hundred and fifty biblical quotation. and train of 220 cars counting 000 bushelsto tooth a* aa ornament, but more often

morality and meditation neither sentiment*. Her in "Richard" II," are.. tbe car. He la the owner cfalKt7.len : bab)"'* first milk tooth form the' *7N affEiWMTake-Down
v In "Richard lort
Chriat"nor forty then III. are ,
Thomas a Kemnia' "Imitation of : ; of
Bunyan''Pilgriin's Pr<>cJ'ftA" Hook nine; yonder in "Hamlet" done. eighty sections, 10,720 acres'(In all. .center In a ring diamond

er'. ""Homilie nor Paachal'. "Thoughts"{ two. How many biblical book are there. TSiityi and a hoop ring has ben soon containing

."great and good a* are many: if not all : .. From how many doe Shakespeare ; thin coat of black oxide left five little teeth' taking 'their Repeating Shotguns)

of,the.". immortal work com of them onote, or to": bow many doe h* refer .on. .. rolling 1* tha.most permanent position among, large diamonds.' Q

rising, like catching Brandand and preseatinK majeatigmountainpeaka to the bhakeepeare-r? -To-fifty-four-Iiow-many-play.Thirty-oren.' : In :bow: many ha:* j I form of Iron oxide and a alight Don't spend from $50 to $200 fora gun'when for so' "

" world the glorious splendors of the high- are there {:Scriptural referenced? In everyone amount of rust doe not prevent paint POETRY REDUCED TO ITS. "GRAB. much less money YOU cao buy a Winchester- Take

)jaat human ttenin.-we could ece them and of the thirty-snven. A careful study from adhering to Iron. Therefore the STAKE" Down Repeating Shotgun, which will outshoot and I
burn into ache.'tor of thi. .ubject..ill reveal that Genesis. '
all else of man'a creation
buried in the sea, if at their expense furnishes the Poet thirty-one quotation theory that Iron must be cleaned to a Cecil ".sentimentally) Dont yon outlast the highest-priced: double-barreled CUB, ,

i wa might/ *av. *> to our hearts and lives. or reference. Fulm fifty-nine; >>Proverbs ,whlte surface by sandblast or other. ,feel gloomy when the sky Is overcast besides being as safe reliable and bandy. Tour

her and hereafter that one siugl book thirty-five; Liaish-'twenty-onei' ; Matthew. ; (iriae beforopalntlnc seems untenable.. with gray: when the rhythmic rain dealer show one. They are sold everywhere.nm '
which ha* an origin and a character ands sixty: ; lake. thirty Romans, twentythree. can you '-'
mission and a destiny afar above every Nor is this exceptional. A scholarly More than 8000.000 of the 13.000,000 sounds a dirge upon the roof and the Off/P-Jla JHssfraarfC.tofajsa.. ,
work of man' creation aa the skies are.bon American author has declared that it landscape's beauties are hid by the WINCHCtvrCft MKPCATINO ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN.CONN;
the cloud: *-that book whoa. "au is a. imnogiNe! to subtract the Bib! from people la Mexico do not 'Work.Count- mlaU', .'
thor ia God whoa subject: i* ma. wDose. cur mouern Knglith literature as "to uu- lug, out rthe :'children' and aged' there weeping '.. ..
object is salvation. whore end.eternittbat ,"- bridthe or subtract the yel. remain '3774.147 possible producers Hale C"eeUr-Te.: It'. dread- tea
book of which Pollock, in aa oat.i low-or violet re,. from the tide of lioht; Then folly annoying. It doe make 0..'* & FOLLOW & Compiny
fill the solar with warmth' and who produced absolutely nothing. Avery ,
Aunt i of poetic fervor'and Christian faith, system how i hair com out .of curl ..o-Tld'UIts.! : ; ,
ao feelingly! write t. cheer. Each Khgluh student know -and here' I* an astounding figure
the throne true then ia. Without the Bible Milton there are In domestic service 1,488,024. OCCBMOM TO l
This lamp from off everlasting THE" '
could have hi. 'F.radie.Lost" \
Mercy: : took down,: and! ia the' night of never and "Samson written Agonist." With aa against 110.000 of dignified salary 4\4 AVERY ft McMILLAN.

time dark and gracious'And out the Bible Bunyan could never havecomposed : ,earner ' __ ; Bl-BB Bcmtli Foraytb .... AHanui. ..'
.Etood casting: on .the. -
- his "Pilgrim, or has Colds -\LI KINDS Or. __.

': forever more beseeching men with "Jeruaalem Burn his ','Cotter's" or Dante Saturday hi. "Inferno Night:' No or .' There I. a man of seventy In Paris FLAG..r .
leanfond named Wallace Snperneau who still MACHINERY_
wonder John Quincy Adam GOuld exclaim ,
;: earneat. sighs, to bear, believe"and I "In whatever lieht we view the sleeps In the 'cradle he was rockedIn __DAILY.- :

lire.Sunly __ Bib.;*, -whether with reference to revelation when a baby and be has never slept. .e I bad a terribl cold and could VXKT LOW owl.. lays TO
brethren, this. must be-tbe bookof or hiatory or morality, it i* a min hardly breath I then tried Aver"*. -
which while full and rich one Bight of bis lost life In any other California '
all books of knowledge like which none other has Pectoral,and it me immediate -
with the sweetest trains .f poetry the ever been found in any. land or suy I I bed. Each night to this day be rest Cherry relief.'' gave '
raoat memorable deed of history, the moet realm" No-wonder that Daniel Webster !I his feet squarely on the bottom of the ID. Washington
tll au.tible .tore* of rbiloaoph.r.: the prince: .f formio orator, could eay that his. knees to and trot V, C. Layton J.' :
moat thrilling incident 0 the the perusal ot the Bible in ate earl. cradle sways f .Oregon,
ethical and moralteaching yetcelleneiesof and rocks himself to sleep a* he did .
loftiest principle of imparted to him many: of the chief Will *
:, count: no one of these its> f a'tur his literary atyle. N. wader when a small boy ;How ,your; coughbe Montana .
'' of chiefeit glory but rather this: that the gifted Choat eloquently exclaimed -- .
? Worse prob .
tonight And latemeolal pvt. Ask your Wk.sgeat .", : !
'&bd for eentnrie it has ton up aad dowertbta : "t would have the Bible. read At 010. Baardlaa H*_. or writ .
-world of relieving human eon- revelation For it's first a cold .
-ours not only for ita authority, Coolly was disconsolate.'What's ably. -
acienoes, Illuminating human intellect, redeeming command and exactness obligatory yesterday F. W GREENE! D P. A. .
human spirits transforming home : ,- today and forever but for its the matter. Coolly we then cough, then bronchitis .. ,, , ; ,' .

live, and tat, ia so beautiful 'and literatureits pathos, its dim imagery, its quired. arid WABAH R, R.
or pneumonia ,
glorious a degree that the thinking world saying consolation and wiadom and "That old man Billing make me --..;;----. ... -
is beginning to accept the statement of universal truth." Truly thia Book of tired" replied Cholly with .sodden at last consumption. ***roarth Avrau. LOUIVILL KT, Reliable rriek Cngln**., Beller.h': ... i
Behleimermacher., abolish the Bible Book of God. ..
book muat be
i* to pluck up ly: the root all that i* But wo have a higher proof or'blblleal i heat. -. Coughs always tend Rtpan*T*bale*are .Ix**. What ....paraten..tz1Jt .- -

nobleit and truest and divinest in the. inspiration even,than this, and that i. "Howf wa sympathetically asked. this the beet dyspepsia 4---
wdrld1'civilization.. ." __ the perfect adaptnwe of the Word of God "He told me last night theft awordto downward. Stop |mediclue'aver:,made..,
Obi if there i* Doe prayer that I offer to the condition of all claaaea and kind sufficient" downward tendency by 'hundred ,4
the wa A million
daily with and fervor well "Tb.-
np more constancy of men. Dr. Storrs says: ,
., of onl than another in our.age of then treatise of Plato on immorality lei attnc- "y..r taking Ayer's Cherry Pec- eu'Tte of them have been _
r logical ferment and unrest it ia this: God tire to the scholar but obscure and dull to "And' then he went right on talking . I sold In the United
t ,; ambassador of Christ and the Veda of the Hindu toral.
eep m* a* an the unlettered maul) for half an hour!
' the great Brotherhood. pf Christian believars ia, a* a whole, unintelligible; the Koran to me He Is begin Tins elect Me.'!.*,-.., ABIf &....... J;States In > single k
true and always to -the infallible book tile Cholly la Improving. illness
now : is-said to be a sealed to ma- year, Every
'\(Word of the Aternal God.' A* in the put, joritv of it* constituents. In contrast to ning to see things. Soon he will stop o.nJt yea.._. B* SVS take It, arising from a disordered stomach larelieved BEST IMPROVED SINS HILL ON EARTL '
.5 aupernatnral revelation Iou had to con- all these, the Bible fill the whole circumferenc wearing those silken shoestrings six ..... .* as h. *>v*. If 1M ...,. r.a .
teDcI against the sophisms of Home and it-. taU It then Cent aM. N. lie 1 or cured by their UHf So Large Hnplnoe'and Bolter supplied
of man' endowment!
,.. of Germany (Inches wide and he will also throwaway &...n with bite. .Ws sr..wlllI.. I common'is promptly. Shlngl Mllla, Corn,,Mills
transcendental philosophy: touches every thought and feeling in this J.C.ATKa()O.,Leaven.Na.aTommylnqulrtntdyMamm It Jthat disease .originate ,
ao today, all about u* there are great humanity it is adapted to inspirestteto ( that scarfln of his that so close- I from the stomach It mar b.safely asserted Circular SwSaw :TthPatnt Dose,
|tho**-who-battl-agBinat-th* idea of a livpersonal ) -instruot' .th.---t. gaidethechild" .! l' 5V.. --' '. _
ins omli.potent.Jebonb. who i unlveraal book ; : *, I* then- K -
Truly this a making a man of Cholly. and : '
CAll and doee freely and fully: communii answering man's deepest questions, solving 'are this hair oil In this bottle? _' health, that will not be' benefited Mill Supplla. send for free Catalogue.ISAWMILLS I"
with Ilia children; and to-day tier m.n. moji-intricate problem, plumjnating 'then- cured by the'oee..lou.1 use of
L. a call long and loud for those who aet m.d"s'lnost darkest hour. giving And then we shall ale him on old Ifamma-Nol! That's''' flu: Tabnl' -Physician know' them au-I' t\\

the Bible aa the full and satiafactory: him enpport in life peace in death man Billing, of course Tommy < (nonehal..U-Tbat' why them. ' Our : s-
cia from Heaven I to stand up and out and a 80nll of sweetest melody: amid the I I 'can't gt my: hat off. peak highly of All & C'= ,
..- net all the** attacks and that too ineffable glory: of tbe eternal world. The -. th* Baby. sell them.v'Th. five-cent package' ,
'with conviction, strong and unshaken. rifted Hallam felt this wucn n* aid: Hamlag enough for an ordinary occasion, and with BBS*'* r/aiverMl.I-.*...eJteetUI.- i'
..,WIth you today: I com to consider the "Tbe Bibl fit* very fold and crevice: of A country clergyman In baptizing: A STUART'SINatnd *s>r.lmuliaa* atWork. >Md the HaMkKlns ft. : ,
FREE the F.mllrBotU.--.ftt cents, contain Vsrlabl .. Work aasall4 -
L question. What are come of the evidence me human spirit." Not so philosophy baby paused In the midst of the service : ; .,*. an.
B OmABIlrrr
for .LIOtTT -
;that the Book w* call: the Bible ho* beengiven ; education .... Our astronomer point I 'Inquire the name of the Infant . BUCWU'Tech a aeuMhold .vpplr.for, a year. On san sass iOOO40T.or.rB
| by: inspiration of God PlAY com, .I out Uranus and Jupiter but not the Star which'the mother with a pro- vaaaal'srler** th* rrlaaa W tress generally give. relief within: twenty; desert. r.elieelat..yanulsetredbythssALz )
| for w*.hav no time, even if we> Sad theabiity of Bethlehem. Our colonist unfold to Who suffer with i....,...Liver,...>t,MUAs 1 >rr minute. IKON WOBR.V>....".-*.Ie..JI.C ; i.WE .'
I to enumerate them all. That these Varth'. strata but reveal no Rock of Are. found courtesy- replied: '. Blood Pi****..a WBBJ* ..*...>
[acred writer thetnaelvcavibelieve that I Charle. Reads,, the litterateur, write the "JJhady: air. If you please.0"Stadyr ,.Olen was **>..ire____bail..1 -aad.TW '
| theirs were the oraels of God i* without first line of his own epitaph "Keade. Dramatist the mlnlater. "Then* MedTelB*,will Meat absvlaislv ft*.of* W. L. DOUGLAS$ '
4tiOD. Hear David sing: "Th spirit Novelist but Charles replied coat M.DUOB>10 Address VTOABT.. FO FEIi1.75o. ., 1'3..
of the lord spake by me and His wqrd Reade, the Journalist.Christian. pana the: other line;, tfa a boy and ;you' mean' Bbadrach, I P8.UO X'"().,_, Ts7*l,, &.0*. . !S & -3 SHOES = tok: .' i
w\a in my tongue; and Isaiah, "Hear. oh "I hope for a reeurre 4 **j, not from anypower .. eh?" si KlMlmmM from now,aatll r""*,,,'
ravens, and pen ear, oh earth, for the of nature but from th* will ef the '' reverence, lt'< a Ta aaa **v* fronl 9* t* 9* yearly by Cub with order
please your ....
b.. .. the mouth cif the Lord t "No W.I. shoes. W.AJtTlIo-.o.. : .- DrwMd Cat-rtaal. "
9M M .
Lord God Almighty. Whence ram that ;cDwzJ veering DMgtas or 4&",. O rreponda_..*llell. eth &1Iouq.r.lld; Ezekiel "Th Word revelation save .through the dome windowof "An DON T They: equal those *. y..y the HJrt*" Cask.rr... for ou..
the Lord''came expressly to Ecekiel the sky: .. .ire Bible alone ani-wer our I pray> asked the ..Inquisitivepastor -1; that have been _t.- Fr,.-Beoon Skim and lAlllffator\ ,Bid. *., [
prieit.-' and the hand of the Lord was deepest questions, solve our meet intricate "how did ;you happen to call 1: :roe from 14 M ahlp..,_.Iu.... i

'inyhim:" ana Peter, after the death of problems illumine our darkeathour the child by such a strange name 7""Why" GET WET .,.. t* ".o0. Th* 1ming W. B. HAKIN5ON CO.. PgBJgtIU"
.des, "Men and brethren the Scriptureneeds *. There eall be no night when it ... maw. tale ot ,
'vet have been fulfilled which the ,.ive. no song, no desert where it furnishes ,"aii[ !"responded'the' woman U.SI YOtII DEALtayfotn Dooglashoe.. provesthNe .
I '
I ly Ghost by: the mouth of David ..pakeo no fountain. Ito revelations supply: support "If you must know our natoe Is Bowerand apriority ovrnil Cul :

concerning Jada;" and Paul wouia in life, peace in death and song .f my husband said aa bow IMo should ;SLICKErl' t other make Dro elr 'If':,
jieak, "not in the worde which. nsn'i everlasting joy beyond life." No "r&''to called Shady. because _. Bold by retail shoe p.-p.Sy' OrlRel
l.dom teaeheth. but which 'the flow too bard for its truth to melt a. eia too 'like her' prett7r'Golden -. MADE fAMOUS tv A IPfPUTAT1 f( dealer everywhere .. ,,
hat teaoheth'.nd how our Lord greet for the Bible to banish na life too Shady Bower, aouud' ao Look for name and ,. ........1 '. .a..
brows the "broad aiieJd oifHU infallible degraded for.tbe BiWa to tranaform. Only Fenny. ., tJ.'RNDING OVT MOK,JllNftG; rtoa 0. tettom.That '. ......d<<...... tpsr.aseetc.. ,"
thfulneea" over the whole Old -Testa- l let a maa tat God'. Word and he will ? ttce.Ir.wtLr- t.4Iura. Tria.-. '..
t canon teatifvini both to the aoev have In it favor argument that n. ..;. tw.fA auCelt proem |.*.. Is .....t.1fOIhI.-. .........
liable .
and the inviolability .f the Word of an Bay n the t I raises tJe..lM_ Write n.N ...'...... "

.1 .The Old Testament wee then .aa sopMitry. ._con daatroy.aad, n *kptkuntouch. The acUon of violet light distinguished hat* *ra m.dsn th* k *t' .. Cessna.....h.-i.Is ta* saw.raa,; 5.5 Btaoala,....,' "

w, divided tate the Law the Prophetsnd the ruble of Slam from the greatly i Mtsrial bt bkMk or 7efi'w in.tue st.ruwas . ., ""..
tI.. sacred writings. Baldia* then Burmah. Those wart.It O e 4 slit tap ties eor-I N _
no of
ruble of far art fends wet cer ,
'*avs Brt'*!.__'*. Inferior r' tift!
t> that contained tkeae! he Af.etathe BY ..U. reuse extra. Ill_rt 4
agea with flnanne. .f eonnetion II taar i* Joy' in year heart lab It shin .f Slam exhibit a scarcely: appreciable B tlliaAgtlte r leas-m Calais* 1_ W. l.. "Uti..... ........,MSM .

d rapture .! aouL. eeuld exclaim. "It .in your -. Ths i* cue af th* leaser guoreeeenoe,'while the Burmese. atone ''Ci: r 'tt. ,,
written." Bearok, the ,Script nree,, the tab ..tIioa aftsvs-tW* -ehearlng. power of6.ppi we knvariably very fluorescent. ,,and ]I" l Gift- the name) of th papar when .

tares- caaaot bebroken... With, the ; Ima" lace makes 8 brilliant red writing .* .ttVrtter. *-(At4>*03) I' '
.( the e. e.r ..aseet d predarsr, tueerw.iDreg gleam ..... tv:. ;1

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Kibii 1 Gaz8tt6 ITEMS.Pvmlcskln 'Mill})Emu; Morgan baa returned\ ; r
: ,, t :
..n a."rt '" from ,/{plealant visit to Fort, .Pierre.?

J ,...........,IIIt, ,."'a,, \ .' t ... bunters and fishermen bould 101-, DANt'LLCHAS. '
Shoe, P P01* with W. /
69'' In VallAjr U.i> e.t.' $.iffl4' .Rg.raellYtltosczuLAODUNTT . ,. ways carry MJ antidote for ,
snake biter, and U'. deo keep it.
[ .rf+.... I AI kinds 'of: Toy for .the.children .

'Eo, Pdg7pfD. : I 1'a ePiil ''roar.. I II .1 For 3tanfoM choice"whiskies/. for the holidaysgo Monday Henry night Taylor by, Marshal col., was McPhalten arrested. j ' THE' SHOE MAN .
01 B4BAIS. f
to Bearden's.J. ahsrgeb,with enticing five nesrro .laborer ',
., from Carroll Cotter, three of
,J. B. POUND )gaitor. Anderson went to Orlandp
I on whom were Indebted to their employer '

} 1 tint*r.a u the Po.lOlIIoe ID KUstUme I 1'1.., business Wednesday,",, ':"'. ...a-: *< They were at the depot ready to .
as .*oondU. mall awiMr.tatwerlb I GO.OOOLoadedShells atwatson'g.- take the train for Green Core 'Sprlujr, i1iGood.

"' All sizes and 1 >ads.I where they intended going to work in of New :
t' f'! y Offering1
t? :-s wlit |>leue notify th p ..titty Allooamuotoallau fil10I.Uh.p.per* 'ir regularly.-o"rolQou.a'bo'" *I I Get your Firework early r ? before. it prevented from going by the marshal. ,
1gn"patdeat' .IDV' e,dross ,,11 too late at Dann's Taylot-- was tried by Judge Johnson _
'If" .vl r'II'1 I Tuesday morning found guilty, and ... 1:
J Beam has retured from : :
Mrs. L. '
: .atedm4Lsr .'it' noi 6' raturnad1ol.Mft I IOJ' sentenced to pay a One of tlGW and 'J "
.$ailed IlIr +i a visit to BrooksvlUe. .ousts, OP serve 'bred months la tbe-- II) G)
.ft Tae Mlior U oot't..pon.lbl..for oplnlontexpraaaad I .
', byoorrcipondanta. I t I 'J. W.. Buan and .wife, of Campbell, county jail. . I :

't Vic; ,,'y 5 4".r1.I.lalrm.beba4oD.'pplloaUoa.; .I, were la the city' Tuesday, W. D. Johnston will have a fine l W' e conduc !c ::8

t SUBSCRIPTION BATES."l| '-.-Attentlon'is. called to the adv. of A: Jlne of Pocket Knives for the holiday boys' appearance

,'' .> oopr-ona year ;....,.. ....,;' ,....nriL00 ,Tress In another column trade In a'few days. S'heseknives are j his g a it
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.........'.... ... .60 guaranteed, and another knife will be
.jnaoopy. 11& mouth. ,, '" I Mr. Weber of Campbell was at the! <
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o. 4>n. opylhr.. montht.,,... "f ......... M Lake House this week given to any dissatisfied! purchaser.* l' these to the. JI> 1
"t.tJ ,, : From' 'the Tampa Tribune of Tuesday m- character of the'
I !1I! Dollelll!)! "In end ,
Bolls! Dolls .
December 4. 1003.
"" 'Frid.ay. we learn that Mrs. :Susan John- man than to keep
I legs variety at
i \ son, nee: Miss I Sue:: Magnon former I ly dressed.: His
l(t "' Patrick, of Orlando, was resident Klsslmmed! and a niece of ?
''dot_ ,A touch of winter was felt here dur- here on business Wednesday. Capt.Jl. K.::: .Itose, wits bu"nedto deathat ''I t 1 need not be e :; : otn

:,, t ing the past week,'.and. several> heavy I Mrs:Arnold Arinlstead visited relatives Tampa Monday. :She attempted to { neat'arid in- the
', A result, some fill agasollns stove while it wan burn styles. We have .
frosts i were seen. a' In Lakeland last week. :
ing.and it exploded *- immediately !!! line of these I
Vegetation ha
f. : the. tender been] FOB 'SALfi OR RKNT-Sa.hboat 221 enveloped In flames and was { would like to .
-i"1,nipped\ but appreciable damage feet long.: Apply at t.bll.oOlce. burned from tlte-sules of her feet to .. you
e It J. done. the crown of her bead. Her sister's While they last:
,'WM. .' W. 0, Maklnson & Co. shipped a Gf w t
hands burned In ef'nrt values only 75c
14. were seriously an ,, ;
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1', t A fire Insurance 'company with carlo LcauJewL'HP": !| the :flaines. Mrs. "=- value only $2.98
\ heen'orllaolzed you can't find the'Chrlfttmas Johnson lingered;sTiffertnjrT'old"; m
A" ha.
r'" 150,000 capital present you want anywhere else go'toStanford's. agonies, until 10 o'clock that night/ .... _..
v.*t Lake City wiUjJlori. R. F. Bogeraas : when death came to her relief. :She SHOES ------ y --

.: president+ and Col. T. J. Apple yard! Mrs Dessle Jones, of Batabrldse, had many friends In Klsslromee who kind.'C

j, "<'.secretary. Good. ,There i II no reason Ga.. la a guest of the family of, llev. will mourn. |Iher' sudden and tragic for everybody o

why 5 thousand of dollars for insurance T. J. Hell. '_ death. m from the tiniest! A

a,4should,, be sent out of Florida every "Uncle Joe Guy," a noted Klssinf- With many; an egg-nogfi Is a necessity to the largest"Dorothy =- 0

I'j'f :':year Lot''* keep the money at home. mee River cattle man, was in J-he city luxury oq good Christmas liquor day.gust To be used make. You It a Podd"is o +
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li -Punta Oorda. He.ft.rld- Monday.. can get that: at lieardeti's. our specialty, '

i night'I Tbe Y. W. C. T. U. realized $12.75 a ladies shoe.-
"- At Nocatee on Thanksgiving One day this week a ValleyGa..etterepl1rt.E I
net from the medal contest last Our faILAnd'.winter 4.
,f, the.Welle* store lumber yard and the night. sauntered across the trestle I
"\ depot were' burned. About 1100.000 ._ II and called in at Capt. Malinir's handsome line will'be "

|:'"i ta of lumber was burned but the saw mill Mrs.. L. J. Johns, of Basil's Mill, home and went over the pliuv sure :to. please.! ,
arrived here Wednesday on,a visit toicr with,hlui looking at his line duck Price $5.00 pet-
i,':Was' .lav d. .Twelue or 15 boxcar* parents.K. patches, Berkshire bogs, Plymouth and there's ? i

sand the veneer and planing mill went . G. Osborn and wife, of Philadelphia ilock and White. Leghorn chickens, ,; pair I, as

,x Tin smoke. Except (5,000 on ale slock were registered at the Park hotel e'C. and was agreeably surprised, at I none better.- i _
V of oroods, Mr. Welle was not los red. 1 this week. the sights which met his gaxe. The We also have a i iu .
( ; captain's truck patches are in tine nice line i of a,
'.A.number of negro shanties were torn JQ. ,G. Smith, of Oviedo, left his oondlllon and only the vines of u "

tu ) tq, stop the iprewd of the fire. autograph on the Kisslmmee l Hotel. the sweet potatoes were Injured by cheaper goo
f. f' register Monday. _, the frost last week. The live suck.nn I in all '
Here i*' something that will beartepoating Styles
i bill place are all perfect pets. and he
M. H. Jennings an orange buyer .. : .
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until every.young man ha* from Roanoke Va., is quartered at delights In their care. He is the prig
f. It 'oommltteed to memory; "Young the Grates House. nator of a strain of turkeys, a cross k t .' 4
'' of the bronze gobbler and Mild turkey
man, did you ever put your .arm Messrs. Lankford and Bowen;' of hen, which he ha bred for the past Come to us for Shoes of any .
round your dear old mother who has fort Meade: at the -- - -
: was registered ten years, and brought to a, state ofH'r'pction ; 1.
.. loved and cared for you, and tell her Graves House Sunday. in feather and sire, and -

.that yon love her: and are grateful for Mrs. A. C. Armistead who has entitles the strain to recognition in : ,;I
A t' been visiting her parents in Lakeland the "American Standard\ of Perfec
tb< tear she has shed and the prayersshe See
ortrsc "Counter-Bargains.
returned home Tuesday. t.lon.Of The writer hopes to-visit the Y YI
haoffered! fer, you? She may 'ol captain's home again soon.
Ai D. bett.. Kisslmmee's popular
think that love her without ,
; you your
cigar manufacturer, made a business Bearden's Is the oldest established sss icss ss sxBsasas?
her that do but )t cost )C "' ... r- "
i\.lurlolf' you Tip to Tampa Monday.W. bar In !.own. and he keeps the best n '- .
you._but little effort,,.to" tell her and whiskey, wine baiuly: and beer to IK '. . : '--. :. .- - .... -..- .; I
M. Williams and family movedto .. .
more found anywhere. Remember this ..
our word ; bring sun- -
may _wh will x'I
DeLand Tuesday re. they when purchasing yuur liquid refreshments n_. -
thin and Joy to her heart than you ever make their future .pome. for Christmas.; I ------ :

-'t.dreamed of. Some'young- men will Sam Gardner will move Into the ,r CoM: ? AN"D SEE.

-J. nhajt.wo.doUi.'to'r"'a livery rlt''Say res building in North Kisslmmee, Santa Clous' Headquarters. 1 f :
.: to ride three hours with a seventy-five; vveated by Henry Barnes.. Santa Claus has established his OUR NEW LINE OF FALL, .

*.....;;cfcDl girl and tell her all the nice thing J. C. and Geo. Bass went to Orlando headquarters at the 'store '<>f II C.

.tttat.they can think/.of that are true. Tuesday to get several head of horses Stanford, and has opened up
and more that are not t.rue. and don't they bad purchased then t. the largest stock of Xmas !goods ever GoodS Clothing U
*' .brought to Ktsslmmee. Toys of every Dry
sPend five {itlnute* In'a year to show Col. Ives'and wife, of Philadelphia description:I Dolls in endless va- -

i tibir'old: mother that, they care. an j* were at the' Park Hotel Monday. :r-aflIleft riety; Toilet Bets, shaving Sets.
thing for. her.. that night for Punta Gorda> ,. Smoking Sets, China and Glassware,
t. J4 A. Lancaster has mOvednls pho- in fact presents to suit any and every
\ 'The extra session Congress has tograph gallery build ioa-' his residence body. Call and make your selection AND NOTIONS. 1

_.4>d. the Cuban reciprocity billS M"flpariuDaD. lot at the headPf, Broadway. end E
{ ,our COD 're man. Is lust Mrs. Lee Alderman, of Fort Pleroe,. Fresh Fish Tuesdays,. Thursdaysand ". i:+: 3r rh J't1r 97r 3tir rlr bfiT

> MMk from Washington and In.answer Is Lere on a visit to her sisters Miss Saturdays-Oysters after Oct. 1. ,. ' ..' -;
>MB inquiry)' a*'to'how the measuer Emma Morgan and Mrs. E. L."Leslie., Leave orders at the bottling work. '

,'W1 '; affect FJorl a's local Industries, Mr..Afma'Mo.rrlsoo was>a" passenger -i-v* '- Wf, J "' 'Si Iv. ;t'oIOIi,.'",.;.ClIAS.jtJASS.An -' -

'ray.:. : ..on the Llllle last Tuesday to Shell : .
i; ,"1 do not think it will affect us seriously Jl; &mock, herparents': place of abode. Advertisement.Look Formula tells the story : '

.; .Many of the navana'tUjftT"manufacturer it.,.. and Mrs. J. F. Bell spent apart at the name and date on, your
,. : New'Vorl -of last Monday with their friends; paper and If you are in arrears kindly )
here'and In
\. ' Dr. and Mrs. J. D/ Hush,,of Orlando. 1 send in the amount due. We have Chronic Chill Cure ,
are olthe, impression ,thav'wh 1 e It allowed some subscriptions to run .
BobBass been
"'., WIll,hurt to "a. certain anent, that, iwm Council as night watchman employed, for by two tbe over during the dull season, but wo .Not a patent medicine: t a thin spirituous BQiid of o pleasant bluer tastty mad of i{
1 not be ajUended by any disastrou feel 1 that there is DO reason now why
months, and began his las
f or e..e'ael'louInI\lh'and night. ditties we should be asked to wait 10nl<<'lon,_ Fluid 'Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK ;

tee thatyafte them as everyone can easily raise thesmall Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK ;.1
s buslnesfand trade become .adjustedJoth You can get a whole set of fine deco-- aroout due 'us. Please attendto
., change thipsr. *'will .goon rated Crockeryware absolutely free by this. at_once. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA'It
'. about heretofore It will trading with I Stanford:: Ask: for particular !t , '
., '' a* citrus f rules" for four probablynbt'affect or.five *. Uoaen't Respect Old Age. Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. .

E year*,'as 'very' few are Imported' iromf..Pab. -'" Woman's at the Episcopal Auxiliary church Societywill on show It's proper shameful respect when fpr youth old age Tails, bu to t TEe Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price SO<:. t kr.1,

into this'' country i and 'will not Monday, Dec. 7th, at 4 o'clock in the just the contrary In the case 'of Dr.' .
Lb* for several year*to om8. If at all. afterno. on. King's New Life Pills. Theycutodmala U .
cJ I before that. time w n '"here< dies no matter how severe and Irrespective ;
Dr. Thomason wife
and visited
of old --I f change In, the; schedule a* ajre.,: Dyspepsia Jaundice -i
esCtty'Wednesday. The doctorwas Fever
; Constipation all yeild to this To Cure 'Cold in One
>vided'for Iq tbe treaty ;Pineapple called there to perform a surgical perfect Pill. 250, ,.at Osccola, Pharmacy, : a Day ,,
111,1,fear,' be affected more seriousl; operation! upon a patient for fistula.. ,

llbaa. 'any a* that, fruit i I. being Stanford's stock: of China, Crockery ..+*************..********** Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabieb. .A & & on every. tl
and Glassware Novelties is complete.
bnJulrbt.lo"trom 'Cuba 'now :
Au Ptltles.>' even in Everything from the .cheapest to the : "'PARK HOTEL | Sven MUBott ox_ oM In port 13 month*.. This 8i$71atu1'eqtr box.25c. t..
.. at. Tampa Tribune.; highest grade of hand-painted ware .
An account of.the funeral services The W. C. T. U. requests a full 'attendance I J. M..GARDNER -_.. --.. -- .. -..
Over tbe', remain' of Mm.. Huckaby at the regular meeting Tuesday + + ++++
'PROPRIETOR.Rates + ++ ++ +++ + Geor2 .8onthefriK
|oolorednear; Pawson; 'Ga': tell 'It. Instead of Wednesday the Rest : FloridaRAiir
Room. .Dec. 8th. We hope all the : : $1 Per Day. ISpecial Semi iPjco ; ; Nurseries 1 1'BUWANEE
wn'story i and should serve as a goodrta members will look 'forward to this :: :

-'thercoloredpe&pleevery- day-andba.pre _ JJeeretary,,,. _, :.--- arrangements:.... RIVE ROUTR:'
by : I
'*esw;":The notice follow: Itey.:: J. F. Bell will bold the usual .. ,the m 0 nth. Comfortable- -- --"- '-\)rtandoFlorida; ; . : 'RC1lKDULEs'IN 1 : EFFECT: JUNE 28. 7901.
'Perhapsthelargeetooncourse morning and night services at the : and
room table furnished
followed body to its last resting Methodist church next Sunday. At ; If intend planting Fruit Trees this fall send me list .
you any flue
this Is the last, Sabb-Uh before Confer- : the best the market affords. Flrtr. QUick Step!
laoe waathat which l lte day acoomNaanted of wants and I Ican save Orange Peach and Lvrslstks 6tOptn/ G16sm '
your or
you money 'ag
erence he Is anxious to have a full attendance LT tM'.euvtie cy.
the renialn of the JUlIn'O Uuckj of, his members. Al.ot others :+klk/lath+FliMtM+.+ht11F1k.ktAl1F1.e+RlhtAk Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock.. Ar J.I.h.ats II 7 0.Jt MLp 'n m. 11 7 m.46 ao m pr,
,..j Hundred. ;'were present, and there who may come,'.are cordially invited ........... ............ . ArCordule.11/1on./ ....' ....,12MaIn I Oam 12 1 aspen r
.i fully;as many white people as ne- to be present.On ., : : lax 593 W. R. SPEIR. 'AL s'T

';The pall-bearers were all white; Nov... 20ih H."M. :Pfann lost 'hiscottage T.. M .MURPHY. ; ++++++++++++++++ri ++ f +rl++l'+++ +++ +' + + tt.+++ s. ,A Columhu.r A, .riru.. ..,..".. i226piii 76tt.m 6IApm.a1pm: - .
ivai of the most prominent'oitlzen., by fire. On Nov. 28th the loss i. V il 1: .. -.----.-,- .-- -- .. -- Arlloit /ornery .... .. Mpro
u.dl5 .
was adjusted. On Dec 4ih Mr.
iudlng the official* .of. the'county. Pfann : M>< W1L.LSQN JR: A,Macon I40cm' 41 Oem 9V
received a check from the .Springfield ; Justice of the Peace Not : J ; UeorEfaa'a', jIJ'

log the comma to It. burial place. F. & M. Ins. Co. covering the full Putlic State at : J..1." JHOIUPSOU ArAugu.. .. ... ... .\... 886pm
'. '"Tbe deceased was one,of those'per amount of his policy The 'fie, companies ry Large :.. s' NOTARY UBLJC... > (2.050Ar.Atlanla. /. ,
... .....,. 726a.
|roel Who solved the race problem for that we represent are the oldest I f STATE 1.ARfiB. } ArC'olumbu.. . . .. 7011.m 746pm. .. ..
"1e1t; H*rd>worklng' and honest heaviest and most reliable fire Insurance .. I. Office l ls.Vsa Dutor BulIJIsc.KISSIMMEE. Real Estati1T Agent. Funeral 1 Director I and E m:, AfBlrmaYhkm..1220pm .. .
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companies In existence. Gdod ., KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ArM8I11Jt"I"" ?-S06pn ... .
'accumulated 'and M. c. a 'T. ...
( property enjoyed' insurance Costa no more' than poor. : FLORIDA | , Palmer, ArMarloll.. .. .. .., 1I11.tu 91. Si
...3 .'.... good a* that of any. man Why not get the' best!?"The rates are Ar 'ha".nooK' ... lOOp"" i mom pin
i,fbe'county. ,Be was respected, knew the same. We want your buslifess. -:-F..-.'+atF'IF/Fl+M1MMhiFI/R/ +'kA++Fihi1+F...le, :B:1es1.znznee.:: :: ::t"leL.MAnum ArNashvltl.144.CENT/...a. ... .. 6Mpm.

I place* and meyer' dabbled In poll.jf .., V.L.' VAN .DUZOB i Co". ArI't.Lout.. .. ... .. 7011.10 a
; I2epIA
.. He won. t.le respect. and eonfli A'pleasant part.y'wal given at: the D n"'SfRENCH!" L FL$. ArChle.vo 1o..M. .. ....... .... .. 1106am, : I Sr fir
resldencn Mrs. DR. J. -H '
of Qua Johnson Satur '
HOWELL -_ 4rl..ul8\\11.,....... 250am
i the best. people 'in Dawson day..night In honor of her sister; Miss ;: A....,CNT--a.. tarKSSUtlVL .. _N..Nr"wsMtIApw ......,. 7201rtn 32&ealpm pmArllnelnuatl. .,
IT.rren county. His life -wa'j"" *. Loo* /Sessions the occasion being her Specialist_..., .... I'!'!! \ :. ": .C'l,...... a.aatsa.' ... 4 i- --
!>! of Y.N.dd. ArChleago.r..igloamI,1 ) -- "
,...' example r.cfl.bunembe ', .of his seventeenth T birthday. Games, candy l ...... T'HI mivk U+....."'aI,"I- ,= I ": :" :' ,'
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Nt.- trfca If.r trail from .
lluipk* ay.M Javk.onvlli. ,
.!'--Ejcchange.11; pulling, etc.. were :Ue order of the Eye Ear Nose; Throat t and ..--ywrMdMr*..- Triilnafrnin' Paiatka' connect' Vsiduat. with t,,
evening, and a royal good' time was utllTtO' MEDICAL CO.._.6. La.D..... 5,. :-i, \ tnlnirolti' ( tiortb from JackunaTlUa. +
!?rtes to St., and lad. Among those present were WillHancoVly '. ::Chest., : IXK'al sleepers on liixU riyer train tor Ma..:
p Augustine. Wall ... eon rmnalnln 1n depot until 7'DO: a, m.
James .
; McLaugblln.. Sold l KII. by th Oc*. U Drug Co Pullman MuflKf
Retun. r FITZQERA'LD.GA.'Treats Sleeping Csr.from J aekann-A
t' Bronsoni Walter Cosner Willie t.f Tllfe In St. hole via "|.OT v roiiu. without fa
tgPbe'Atlantic 'Coin lane announces O'Quinn, Charlie Hetslons,Cone Johnson 'Uious nd '' ', ...- rhariK. , of oar 'n DUlo' 'Kljtr train, auo Pullm -
Joe Yates and Misses Texas La-", n'' flne"i *l opar. on aara* t"wl0 Cbloafo- yi
of ".6.5 via Jacksonville, or "* P. 0. nler. AVlllle Gibert, Mat Prevatt nually.; Solicits correspond PhyttcU dad, .. > ;
via, JPfclatka!' SuAugustine 'I s Srtrpeoa For oh dull nouthbonnd. ; and otberofo_
'tlroooaf annual i aloq L'dta Sessions. ]Loca; Sessions.' Jennie once with, sufferers' every, ; '.. .,A.L' nation dre.E'. / ' ', t
"" .l ', DeQemtm'\ Lamb, Zole Lamb,'Kelsle Hender where. .* i">" ,',. 5" 'Phoa. 33. '. uJc ? >t' 1 ,PIitrlotPimn* *'or,A.f'.:t.90i\M..Ririrsav w.Bar .t, 6,'
ettee' r
*11t l3.', ' cold Deo. '7th Ion,. Minnie; Sylvester. .- and' 'BeulabSylfester. :..: : r' ',OUle..i;P"o.-Tw.) .. Rises.: .. {s: f r . ". : *ack oorUI,, ria.
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' lie Klsslnwfee l l Yalley.GazetteTBLCPHONaNO.1t. ;! -
at Dsnn's. tPay.your .. :. :
: ,FlfeoracWs, atDann'i i :,, t Persia;; 'ofl'O'.w1M b, ''was ore
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: snbscriptlonaWadethe'tuoer ] .. v .tt and Thursday, i : : .!, -A ,B: Full Une gf suns a* Watson' ". .
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PUBLISHED EVEBY KJIIDAY. ''BtR lot .ynipcan. Orlando.' ,J t Mis Effle,Overstreet. spend..... was. .Meta at, silt Hors.I 'ir : E'P ::J,, ,...... ....".
,u.'Wa aoQt.. atShlpgU. ftfew :itlDcb -
| ('' 'BT .Nice line clocks have fitted.up a. .,. counter la '(hI Ad...........;
It l' POUND HARR18. Uan. at Dann'e:;the. OttotHeadquarters :. I good's arriving dally. QravM e I my saloon and am prepared to serve . bc. Hburs, 'j 8. .I.. ... ..'I. sad {
.* Groves', lunches on short notice' all bu.lnH' A.: VANS AONEW P:> .1$.!CJ .. .. :\:

,, OHUROHMrnfoDtar.. -DI".OTOAY. etckthb Qeora-e Stundere ts' repdrtmd.buite ,Drf flicks.was fa Orlando. on' busl. hours..' Oysters Id any style, -ham ,I V.ATTOHHTBT AT'> LAW........ I ORLANDOFLORIDA.S'-. '. !
C>CJlvaePNMbtnr sane !labatb. week.:, nes &this week sandwltches, bam'a eggs'. ; hot coffee r-.l 'AND> NOTARY,-PUBLIC, I.,j '/. \'.,
> 11 a.m. and 7 ofllock.: Prayer niM>tliur served -
Dr.'Tbomassos'a' etc., at reasonable prices: '
veil Thonday ''evenlar( at-1 p. mi ....1IMti .' omos' "pbone '1e Edgar Perdew made a trip to Or. L. KISSfMMEE FLAtD' _. '- _-' . {
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41-two'!' Hopkins, "Qncle Dad" will b -
eII6 Inpblora
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I'1..U.1Uo P.etor to see that 'our customers
are 'J W; SIMPSON -
BimiT UKCjII-o. I.ner.. Putor.- for Sporting Goods Largest stock'' of Christmas Good ; :
treated. We
properly: solicit, '
reaohng.very Sunday U a. m. ancl.,' p. m. at.Graves & Graves' (In .' yourpatronage WLVaHDolD'&Ce.
OUUK{ Fwirle'i .meetlnc p, m. Sunday ; '. town at Stanford's.\ .. in this line. DE ITIBT'., ; ;'fir"
hoolf.M a. m. Prayer: meeting every Than* One hundred and flteen No old. shells 'b'oughtver* I C R. T.: BULEB1M've1YN'.ev I .
a iyT.p. m. iVlaitpn always welcome, phones will from 4mce over, OaceoTa ........ ...
be In use In last Season at Watson Pbarmtey.HOV : "
BT. IORI( / EpiMnrAL C""ROH.-Da.I"-" D. opjj Kisslmmee. .

.Idrl.,or Reo'.or.the month flarvloai Moraine on ibe sarvloe second at 10.SOclock. Bun-; ( : ,
Evcntnc serrlae s) 180 o'clock oa Insurance business Saturday visitorbere last week. # ." f Business Locals Telephone No."79'' Jun :. 'j ",. .
PBMSTTSBIAN Od Sunday c.o.cK.-Df1'tlSe and third .Burnlty. wonblponvry Jn each ;W: It}i McCracken arrived here Mon* tfrs.. Moody of Davep;?ort, washere ._ R EA'LEtS' : T'A: T .'10 i
Lnitb._ !lernl..e..ylce... 11'. m."(..,Even. day with. > Thursday" shopping. 'be..a Mrs, "Lucia Swanson mother of ; ,
BK:,. rvlo at TiOO p. m< Sunday gobool at carload'of fine horses. .'?'"" ...... - _ _..r U.... O. C. arrived her '
5.. m. Cool!:, wna d Sl: p. m. frarertlor from 'AND '
Circuit Court
Thuradav evening at' T:00: p.1 m, i". herOrto Persons t>f s.called I convenes Monday Al- Guitars at Dann's her home in Tu keg",' Ala., (via Lake . .
y nly U moltounliallr foTlt-ed to.alUind tbeac 1ee.w. J}. 1o the county commissioners.
"las*, r. O. JUiisv Paitor. Monday New shapes in Men's Hats at Rata'.. City, wherfl-ishe! spent a few days)1
Hit* VA,,10101(.Sopt of I. S. .night, R. S.. Rowland, of Orlando, was a Wednesday morning: She ';will re:'t::-. r .. ._ \
School Shoes at Stanford's an- main bero Indeflnltelr. ,
of.'the *
:----. were slates beautiful dishes and Sau- guest Graves House Wednesay. teed. 'Send us'vour Job (Vlntlnir.j ". .-.
and.other .
; at Wat ---- ----
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Official Westher'.Report.Atalea son .. An elegant line of Ladles' Muslin: -- - -- N1 11M11NLOWNEYSCANpIES" . ' ,
? Biggest lot Loaded Shells ever : k

TWDMD4T T.lllt..470AW..It..DUi.""..,... J QV. S< 1908.tfsi. .. .. 'LoST.-A gold belt,.pin. Finder brought toKlssimmee at. Grave & Underwear' ** at. Kate's.. _- iimi. L-M.m __MJ \ ::'

will please return. to Miss Bertie John,. Or.."..'.' Go to "Dana the Shoe Man" for evrythlng j ., : ..< .',. .y, 7
f MJo.' safe fall.. son. ... L. Johnson'' and wife, of Lakeland, e In the Shoe Hoe. I t ,.,

-" - J. 0. Harper, of n 6rland6; ( came I were retreats of the. Klultll Pee Hotel n"Ul10ur Shoes from St.anfqrd. the ,' .'-. .. ,

......10 49 M !down aficT" Thursday old reliable shoe man.. ,
Tueskay night .
.:i.......... 67 8o( ..,w wA'i returned I '
...;....... .,711 44day ..., Wednesday,., ? }Y. n., Klmball,' of Sanford, was _Stanford has an up-to-date line ofMen's | 'C CHOCOLATES. AND BON' BONS_ .' I ;;
.. ,
,... ..... 11\1, ,' , ;
"dA ........ 111 8T 0... Attention (ladles) Beautiful here this week a guest of the Klsslnfmee Hats Neckwear'feo.T.T. ..
.t'. China BOX AND :
ne.I.,....... 611 4" .... Hotel; ' I BULK' GOODS \.."
Closet j : .
r'd.-...... M 8i .... given away, .Enquire ol'Dan'n, Your subscription for any'Book: or :
ThL Sboe 14"D.N.'Cnoldenot.---'.- -'--:- ,.pVlIDanleyoL.wblt.e..S: prjl) S:I Magazine publlsner's: !. price, *and BOXES. FROM.,35.C. -'O !S2.76j, : /r
I. A. DIMPSON, P. M. : Orlando came to was here Wednesday, a.'pe.t of the ave you the postage, at Dana,*. . .

Kisslmmee Sunday night on,business; Klssimmee.-. -. Ladles, ,before buyinK/ your Fall LlLr.fest.k.: and :: '1"1"j ;
for Insertion of advertieenta'among Freshest OmdlesrlnTown.i .
rates .
>ur Dress ,
and returned Monday.' W. C. Alexander, of Brooks,tie, Goods Trimmiojfs-dto., ..onHO. :

| the r reading- matter on A 'Mr, Burroughs'.. Brae iu" town Thursday,, guest "of the Stanford and, save money. Fruits, .J Nuts, CYackers, 'Tobacco and Cigars. :: ,: \
i page .Is ten cents per Une each ins of ,New- Jersey : ,
Graves House.We .- Stow Wood. :
arrived here this v<
Itlon. "'% Week, and will probably -
embark In,the ash bu.!np..:: ;; regret to note that ''Grandma'Overatreet we will tu"'St.ove Wood, dellv-' j 'J

tOOl ''FOB SALES.,.. Small, tnipr_; i-farm: 'has-' been confined ,to 'her red any part MAYNARP of town- LPMBEB at $1.00 Co.?par i i . . A. TRESS.. '. ,

with nice cottage: artesian water; near bed for the past two, week '"/ } : .

frodal Nbws. town' Inquire of J. M. Wlllson,, Jr::. Fine lot Willow Chair..'at Thomp. To Cure A Cold l. Ono Day.' WNNNNM N1 t. S '. i>S

- : = W..D. VanDuzor & Co. 'Save extended .00:.'.. prlceslow.J Take Laxative! Bromo Qu'n.. Tab u
the lease of the turp4ntIneJAIldt.Jo lets.. All druggist refund the money '
,S. Stratum returned from a'bu.- IIIt.s falls to- cure. E. W. 'ssignature
this township to Do'; C., ,Lee for .two iness-trip 'to Middle' Florida a few Is 00'each box..25o osoeola awHas

,y .' your wants, I years. :. days ago. > Pharmacy. :.-
The next meeting of the Y..W; C. T. of are SdotdCI Id : '.d
and wife
Mack Short Tampa, US .
We'll!l do the running U. will beheld at the home 'ot Miss will
stopping at the Lake House. and
Jessna Gardner :
Monday at
KISSIMMBB DRUG Co. remain. here some time. .
3:30: o' lock. L "
J, Q. Stanford.of Georgetown Ga., _
:There "no disturbance '
was of
any li .here on a visit to his brother, H. '- '
Watson's Rugs. \raad kind during ;the election Saturday, C.Stanford. He will remain several} Established His .' '
Business Locals. and Marshal McPhatter bad no arrests yt.
our weeks. :

have orders for Stove Wood at the : to make.J. Paul Yates and U. L. Overatreet, Having secured the --services of HEADQUARTERS
.>.S. Smith fOI of-Lougbman: HERE; ;
Factory mer11 of Shingle Creek, are quartered at Dh C. H. Carpenter New York ,

lf lot of Picture.Moulding just ar- but now of.Green Cove Spring, spent the Lake House for the orange poking : who is a graduate of the Burlington ". '
several day this week with his friends f'
|fat Thompson's. season., (Vt)Medical College, the College '
in At the Store ..
, of
.. R":-T. Butler has been exceed-: Mr. Beach and family arrived here of Physicians and Surgeons, .
111 this week Rev. C. E. Jones, a former re<foEt Wednesday from'Hague, and went out (N. -Y.)' also the College'ofOpthal- '

of Kisslmmee,' but now of Sanford, lathe mology, (Chicago, HI), .for the next
will H.
..Tr.3. Bell went-up to OrlandoLslnasu to Album, where he engage G. Stanford =
.Tuesday. came down Monday to'look after bin tlU'peutlne.buslnes.. two or three months we will be'pre!'

grove on.the Island. pared : and treat your ;t. ,,
D. of Sneads Fla. The"CId* Central House Is"hOW' a '
ooler, was '
Henry Barnes has-moved from the troubles and .to fit spectaclesand
of the Graves House Monday thing of the pastthe. work of convert eye Ttie' olLow.
pit Orlolnator 'a
Sayre. place in North Kisslmmee to eye glasses.
j 1\Gable, of Leesburg.* was here the bouse adjoining Ross Graves' residence lag it into a livery.. stable. having be- Can be found at my; 'office from Prices in Klssfmroe" '

|ay, a guest of the Graves House. in South Kisslmmee, ' gun yesterday. 8 to 12 a.; m.. and:I to 4 p. m. '

Carries is the Ash Miss Mary Geiger, one of 'Jackson F.'Q. THOMASON, .,M.. D.'
Miss Ada Johnson, Qno of Klsslin-! .
17 and get.t.lnlC.JOtl af band to mee's popular young ladles, Is Visiting )ville's'oungladle popular>B. Is the'and guest ax-cornpllsbed of . r And Invites You to( Inspect His,: : s.

her: blend Mil, May Harden1 r at Morgan this week. .... .'
|sh oyster."served: : In any stylebn Lake Minnie.-Orlaudo Evening Star. .

\ pot Ice. ChaV. Bass, at the hotWorks W. D. Johnson made a businesstrlpto -1 Wednesday.MI..Plke:, of.She Narcoosee recently ,came' was ''here from I..N..?. ijjayHfnfcs-|NNN3 \'j 1 I II Xmas ,Goods:. < ? I p 0yr .

Georgia Wednesday and will "
M&8ooite. He the north, to join"ber brother' at ; ''; .' : t+ 'k tk t
JY. Bryan, of Fla., return next: week.. will probably I
this her first visit I
|n town Sunday a guest of the return with a number of experienced Narcoosee, and was. -
Klsslmmoe. turpentinebands.' to Kisslmmee. v 'i \ '
PBrPllTriBS"Ricksecker's' Presents lOf'EyerybOdY:
W.. A Farrell and Mrs l E. B.otTampar Rev. Mr. rfalley, the popular pastor W. D. Ilamilton'the Singer sewing 3!I. '; ,. s i! : ( ,

;,. were here Monday of the J Presbyterian: church at.,thisplace niafchlne agent who. vanvasscd) our ; sColgate's.1'" Roger &: GaJlet's. . ', .
." ' county last and 1 II now canvassing J "*' ,' ',;,! -..
: ?! ; summer, _S v"Lundbor 8. Pinaud's.
.Das.enller.or',1.\ ha resigned his
| j paorateat: '; The stock embraces everything that human"lnllenuitvoou ;
Hernando county, spent Saturday I .
Pleree,.gf Bassengec: was here Klsulmtuoe and will .go to. 'Barlow.- devise to amuse.instruct or be of any service to. humanity .of' w r
sL week on orange, business,. andr Lakeland News: ID Kissimmee.Attorney I 'LeathBr Goods= s,E s any age sex, condition position or colofanything.everything! ; .

\ Orlando'Monday. John Gumbernat and his grandmother W. J, Bryan of Jacksonville I. in Holiday goods is represented here.; We have space ta,mention ..

hurt Fleming has a few more de- Mrs..J. G. Lambert New spent Saturday In Klll lmmee. ; Medicine'Cases, Pocket only a few of the most notable,.such,as the 9qodsIra'Endlees, : ;;' ;J.1:" i' '{ i..( :

i city lots for sale. If ',teres" York are quartered at the Hotel Kisslmmee .He came down for a day's- sportbut =-Booos,, Traveling Sets, Pock Qua.ntities-Toys. In every conceivable,, Design" that, will'carry, q f.'. '" '
blot for description and prices. and will probably remain .excitement of the 'election called '''et Manicure' Sets; Card Caa Pleasure to a childToilet Sets, Smoking;' Sets.; Shavipg ,$, t&t; ,'-

a. November of Switzerland bere during the winter.,. his attention, and be lel''our' qualTunha'nned. se a, Flasks :and Drinking' S SCupaln Crockery, Glassware. ,> If you wish a present fo ;.anypne., :'

er for the Florida Finance Co., City Marshal McPhatten is baying Leather:Cases. .1 don'fail tp'see our.stock befbre.buyng--we'canpreaeo! ,our, lI:. ', .'....
U. 3t Sutton, formerly Of Live qak, I". :;;
looking after the Ashton erected a nice cottage on Jils lot onMabbett I ;
bat noW of-( Jacksonville, an old .BRICABRACNovetjeg< ; .
street.west of the Valley Garttie the editor caller at Cut[] Glass, i ,.AcreD.; ; : 'tfor: } : '
friend, of was a i |
jr dollar you pay Gul'ce& Brat- office. Mo.believes in doing,! his '
account gives the Valley-Gaeelte: : offloe >yesterday.We Books,' Fancy.Goods, ,Games, Shoes" 'for 'Ladies.. .'
goods or on ,ueure towards building;,up the city. I Queen Quality .j! .,. !}
I chance a 925-123 piece. Din- regret that we were' out of town Toilet'Articles.- Medalions.
A new train has been; put On'the A, W.. 'L., Douglas Shoes for '
t. and did Vot meet lilm. i Picture.Frames: ,'Etc. II' ; Men"o, ? .
r : -\.
CO{) south arrives
and C. L. No. coming : ,
(Carpenter family, of New Profs. Yowell and Simpson ,and I is' '''.:l
here, at 11:40: a. m., and No. 30, goes >;
Dr. Thomason
are guests of Drs. Hunter and Simpson returned '
[Yeroaln here during the "w11 north, at 3:45: p. m. The Ualn --N, ,.J ; 'l'. ,
Juna between Oviedo and Kisslmmee. from a. bunting expedition Saturday I's' OSCI;OLA PHARMACYtfNNNNNNNNNNNNN .. .. .
See card elsewhere.Wilson and brought back any quantityofducke

-and Perry D. Logan. via. Sanford, quail and. snipe. In. fishing ".,.H.;: Hunter/Mer.. ; I nnnntntn'nnn"tnnnntmrnnnntnnnu"tn.'nunnlttJ' ... !? ,',. ,:

tows arrived In the city Satur-- W.'D Johnson desires correct an they only caught/ ,bad colds. < I C::: NORTH KI8SIMMEB.. PHOHI N.. 8 ::3 4

nd wt'nt down the river on a error made by. him in, seeding ,out John,Turner col., got on his fighting '" -

g; and fishing expedition.D. some bills advertising for turpenthur clothes Tuesday night and was ... :p 'C..GRIFFIN', I:.
hands In which it was stated that lie . ; ... a . .
C. Deacon and Miss Laura looking' for a scrape! ; when Marshal == :::::::
would pay 2)o for cutting boxes, when
Jof PeghoJn: spent last week in McPhatter promptly collared him A'i
i '
Intended.General :! r
o,. returning Saturday, and lo| was aDd ran-him in. He was tried before

j \\ring at the Orave. House.. ; Iverson- wife, of ShingleCreek" Mayor Aderhold And ,fined. 94 and SAD. .i 1 fancy fami (GroceriesJ
I : : 1 : we're 1tbe city Monday, on costs. ... :
Maklnson Is confined to his t
home from Punta Cords, MISTAKE .. .
..h a threaned ..attack of, fever. I their and reglsterGd'at way, the Park Hotel, Mrs. Taylor the negro who was fined _= < . .=_' f .t"'1'\t\ .,

an unusual thing for Mr, Ma- : 1verson.'whose Illness was noticed In 9100 by Judge \Johnson for enticing c::::. .FBESa: E.A.TS. = " "
for he generally! enjoys tee' l labor, was released from custodyThursday == ., .; == .fl ')\!,, .
health. : our last issue is much better. and escorted to the. train by == - ':::::: 'I' "":'A. \" !::.

xV-Wi 6. T" U. will haven so- i. Messrs.. Sears,P.two A. Vans of Osne61a Aghew'countl'sprominent and' 3.W. Sheriff! Prevail' and given a ticket to S 'I .' J g Delivery ever day at any hour j pab .t:1age': solicited, .= '. . -r- ',.::;Iq, .: : ;,
Green Cove Springs.His
t tbehome of-the President, Miss attojrbeys,,, were, up from that ?lltilt1tu1iji11tl1U1111111t111ILULUt111t1UUl11U11UUUliIlll' i1Uf :' '
lough, to-night. All nienvhers, Klsslmnjee on Tuesday transacting legal wired the sheriff' -- ,they wouldpay : ': ;i :\

member the fine. ,.
& contem- ,
ry and those -
Joining are eaheat1 -request. their business numerous and trlenda.-orlando circulating among Sen- Chas.. W 'Dann. manager of the J ; *.J'1- V '. "':.-_ ,''',,.",1' ':'1'4;'

18> present. telephone exchange, on Tuesday took '

' .Gilbert and John'Wallace,' off tlnel.n port4lr.; out the 100-dropswitchboaad ,and replaced -, If" ou buy-.Xmas: goods : M R'KET"t': : ,

.; Mich., and A, Field, of 'Ben- Chas. Lewis, Jee Outlaw, and another it.wlth one of 200drops'assist-" NEW A
rbor.t the gentleman whose name 'we.could ed by Edgar 'Jferdew) the electrician, before seeing our' elegant .
Mich. catrfped'
are on '
; lOre, making, preparations for not.Jearn;' all of .Lakeland, returned ann Miss -Florence Dann,. the "Cen line to 'be opened. ;upNo.v..20tti 'BASS' STAND ".:;,
-therKftaimmee OLD.
where '
from fiver, they tral." So systematically was the work . .
onged fishing and hunting exn *. had been hunting expedition, ' ., AND A .' \ '\ :
on' a (lone that the patrons were not at all \ /?

down.the river. last Monday, They killed five deer, tD onvl 0e4-ln act,\:they were'1 not SWELL- ;LOT' IT;; .J d.' REAVEfei:; ;' PROP '

Mallng/ killed a monstrous 8 turkey., and plenty of smaller a-ame., aware of the change being madel Our t. rir=
nd rattler with on onion hoe onC'e" :left for.1.Lakelan4-4n..a. ; ..J _ ' : ,
They have'"-Tla-bt. to be proud of :J
-' ;people ; '
i one'T'Ja11astweek: nil .: \
hip measured six feet- and eevI Capt.:. Samuel,, Buck.bas which this service.. There; ts rio' better In .s . ''- ' : > : : ; .

>e0 In length.The.1' captain baa he is J jiistly proud of., 'pie' canine >If any to'wo ,Jn'FloridWith: a"capao-_ '. i a ,Handles 'nothing but the Taes.t>; choiqest;.Beefj.MPprk, #

fn stretched on a board' .as.. -a one of the best' yard dogs to be,, found iby. of 200 phones, the wants.,";ot our |; and Mutton: ';that: the .market affords. Orders, solicited! ; t .

to show to hls'lriettdL:; i iI r anywhere. Recently' the family :'revturnbd'from absence ; people>,.Well supplied In . re: and promptly attended' to. free, delivery. town* ,; ;s ,

I buildings on" Broadway oco-::- of seven New dfonthsbrtnging[- after the an dog 'd'. Mr. Dann 'makes' an admirable .. s . ...', u d a n

> the' Bakery and pr stJire with them; nd.lltopped at the Graves. manager.. Edgar.'Perdew! ad excellent I. . -. : .l ., J '
for salve electrician and,night man, while,.Miss ,*r 4
at a' barg'aln.'Vrbt'[! house..for the rvightwTb* next'raorn* !
"lot the best business locations ing the animal was missed,and subsequently pant perform ?work'.to. per: Kisslrainee'"Drug; Co. TERMS:' .CASH. PHOiWi'dL'

opertles mee,-and" one of the rent- found in the captain's yard. fection.: .' i ;N ..". '. ." " ;."! ''.- : ,., \ I Il

and;always'IM, TILL1tK.-Apr ." Thatdog: certaialy! ,hay'atremtrkable. : ,,:Elite*'. China Closet' 'given. sway. by Y '%! ,. ,
.. J memory "' .r Dent the SboeMani., l
K.1C1' Owner:' 4
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-. ..,.-.-- -. -".' .....--- -_-_ _.. .._._. ... ;---- -------p- '
: 7'to'
low scarce whiter than the lightedface. '..... ..............._L.. ......-.-.-.- tS IVJWJWKHOUSEHOLD .

"Ul.., .was cruel to keep yon bore," 'be r '. 9 % JOHN' L BEAMAN

added presently' his voice scarcely a .
whisper, with'' tho .fading- life ""I ,,;: 9999 MATTES ti

knew that you-longed-for- the old ;:........v...... v..v..w.-i! ... .

;JOHN WINTHROPS ;:PEFEAT:. home faces, darling. Now-you will

go to them. God, bless you and be Kltoh. Ca rr1.. Livery A Sale Feed
21 Nootl. with J'ollalwayAnd, It-In that Don't forget,to provide .few casb-x\ .
;\': Infinlt vworld-" Ions In washing covers for the kitchen ycStable
w; .. And then came silence unbroken;; If there be space have there a couple
... ....'. '
Bo. Bo.
CO."IUO" Boct 1811II.
ef rate have '
and Alecla Graham was alone with a basketchairs, but at any Stable.
;; ( I1ArTEn IXTH erftl principle; and be knew also' breaking. .top.stunned to realize. the cushions.. The backs of aervntaare ,

OUTCOm. :that which be could not tell this worn what .had fallen upon her. quite as apt to ache as those of "

t .'.&Jecll.001d! that' the) Golden Gate an. He could not meet her eloquent' . other people and n cushion or: two wilt #

P might open to them pleasant lands; eyes 'and tell hejy.evco softening It CHAPTEll X. make it much more easy to-rest when .

sad although she could "not know as h? would that there; could be but 'I "...XD .t.7TSD." the oppjrtuulty ;. Finest Turnouts in Town. 'T j
what the future held In store yetrUctr two'courses for this disease but one, ---- fI'!
of life from HaroldGraham's
bldTsa'ld of two for him. Insanity or-death fHer The light dying KltahMt WkU
friends new and that tate
husband's brain bad been overtaxed face as the lilac sunset!! faded Xo one In these days thinks of paper- ,

was and that specially ho was good Joint to Harold heir with Graham)Idas sensitive; Lib nature mind sorely heavily; wounded.shocked;Tbo bis I face from of his" the wife''heavens tale leaden left pallor upon thatis the lag walls or should whitewashing be oil painted* e" a' flat The finish ''Aentlor tan ard on COIDDany. "t

of old, fqr everything he touched hour'.be :
change! of air and scene bad somewhat : worse than.death. For a halt -that Is.withoutvarnUh=and If itlsproperlydona
.. ,seemed td turn to gold.. benefited him. but the end ,mn t boone : remained kneeling beside the bed, ; they may be 'washed
t;' Certainly, In a worldly-sense he wa ", r unable to believe that never any' more' I :
of these twoStill. freely without'Injury to .the. surface!, ]
"wonderfully prospered. ,Part Aleda's '
( .'he only tofd her r.11ell rut'd17ot would her husband's'voice'or smile There are also several patent wall coverings .. ;
"' diamonds" had been advantageously be.' busbaDdr._heavily taxed' mind] stir her heart; never,any more would : resembling., light oilcloth that .- .; .
1 1if disposed of and their circumstances ; bla seek hers for comfort; never KISSlMMEEROUTE.,'
the and the necessity perfect onlia eyes are"put o&t iko paper.. .
were' comfortable ifrotin any-more would be reach out weary'
mediate rest and freedom from care --
.;, '1" r" start Little of luxury, Indeed-and regular hours and cheerful company anus to comfort her. Never any more! 4 T. _. Jelly ma...*. t1

Harold Graham demanded luxury for 'abandonment of business She bent above her husband; staud- 'A bright-.housekeeper has discovered

'%: b.pplaeu-but-the.wallted for noth-t at and once.the: lag at the bedside .and searched the anew system of labeling' jelly aDdprp.erv EtIVE'E : f

d'' ing really essential.' She was quick to note the chadges till face.: With one trembling, tender glasses She buys a roll of .
Nevertheless.1 Graham was not the blind. elie brushed back I the black ,
Its' of voice' or face 'and there was something j white: pansopnrtout! binding for about , ,
,, man to be satisfied with this. He under this man's quiet .words la\\ 'from forebead, still"holding ] eight cents. Thin' Ii well grummed'on- - ? 'STmAMER""tdI.LIE'STEAMER.. 'ROSBADA- ";-'

"+ came to build up his fallen fortunes that Increased her fear'. her breatth 'as though she could not .one side and she' uses as .long or as -Captain Clay..J hn.on. Sr.. Captain Clay Johnson. Jr.

it.".'S/. r-he-told her.many times as excuse fort The days passed Into weeks-three .believe that he were dead. _? abort f piece "as tho label -calls for. Regular weekly l trips .to Baasinger and return. Roseada leaves Klsslm- ... ; +

his speculations; and build them he weeks-full of, anxiety for Alecla-; "Harold! she sal-steadily 'scarcely The pasting process Is much more me. ..Tuesday morning and arrives Klsslmmee NYidayevening. ; '

,. \;,' would. In that he was also pross red. With her fears wakened by the, physlclan' above, whisper "Harold dearest! quickly gotten through with than when Special Charter Trips'to Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers on the IJllla.

i'!. They chose Ban Francisco atT&rst In words, she watched Harold un But he did 'not answer-she knew separate labels arc used. Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable tThe'most
:1! which to live and rented charming herself to be now that he could not answer-and all -- Florida.
: observed. Shetlforced picturesque Waterway in .
t street but .. Harold; Borrow and for A Y.w'T."bl.. ,
1..1:: bouse on a light of heart and brllllanraB'of 'old;; 'the pent-up pain were For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to. .
successful In his A new vegetable which Is-beginning
-El ; grew more and more desired or one instant concentrated In her face;
she sang tohlmw'bt'D"he: ; CLAY JOHNSON ,
r more restless , to_ on American tables somewhat
ventures be grewequally -self-command aont"ra--bltter appMi _
cryupon t
rea and dissatisfied. And after a resl- silent She had always been true to her lips as she clasped her reaeaiblee'a Jerulalemrtlcbqke; . -
{ deuce of four months In the city they him and loving; but there came now hands convulsively driving herselfaway and Is called the Japanese crosne. It did t r-

'left their new home and a ple.unt.elr- some deeper sense of ,.danger that from him. originally come from Japan but Is now. ,

clo of friends which Alecla drew about made her Irresistible. Her' husband "Then.," she cried, sobbingly. though cultivated rather extensively In France I

.M her by her graciousness and beauty, watched ber often In wonder. For there were no tears In the lifted eyes; from which land of delicate EVER fN\ HIS OWNOPCTOR, '

f's and whom her husband attracted byv she wve'n love could not blind her "bear wltn...'for me that It Is John It has reached these,shores feaune'l "By J.. Hamilton ,*"ycrs, M. D. .

his brilliance and success. that her husband-was tailing: Wlnthrop In his Pride end arrogance, ate described as being about . .

: From San Francisco they .traveled' Not rapidly; not with any horrible .has brought this sorrow upon me." long and less than nn'inch In diameterat A. 600-page; XHastarated Dook. containing vaUo.bls Information per

through California north and south disease but growing weaker and more Then with a swift bitter gestureof the thickest\ put They- look something alalBg to diseases of the fcamro system", showing bow to. beat aid

,In places charming to see and good to Irritable and -exacting; never at rest the hands as though she would like stubby little spindles. Uncooked ear with simplest of modioines. The book sontains analysis of

live In; among stretches of almond anywHere; his black eyes always feverishly sweep away this weakness and begin they are used as garnishes for . courtship aid marriage; rearing and management of enildrsn, b*.

.and orange orchards and vineyards bright now., sometimes fastened her lonely life with the old proud sl.lence salads, and with a French dressing as sidsa valuable prescriptions, rooipes, eta, with fill complement of

f royal with ,wealth,, and slopes alive upon her face with a half-vacant she turned away steadily her as a salad by themselves. In Japan sets la matorta media that everyone should know.

with sheep; hospitable,people every (tare tbat made her heart sink," and face calm and cold and passed out at theyare all pickled. When they become This saoM Indispensable adjunct to every woll-roguUtod household wIll bt
{ S where and wonderful; even the sick. laid i door the folds of her gown trailIng knows other uses will doubtlessj-j- sailed, postpaid to any address, on receipt: ol prioo SIXTY CEBITS.

few poor remnants of the old Mexican Until one day When three weeks about her. and the flowers at ber be found for them,-N w _York_ POlL. Address, .

famllle.')en In the rich lands of the Harold Graham k'nl''Ut. belt crushed and falling like her' --
were: gone IN UW VMM .r Orly. oil 11S TD" '
t the HOUSE. ,
South, in their tiny tomes among for'what hopes. SAw :
tie and cared less was pallIng "In Italy wbero olive ell-Is cheap" ,
r .hula, opened their; doors to the besiti- around he lay l in a stupor Perfectly self-contained perfectly who !I.
housewife spent a year
fuT American woman though no ethers born of the fever In his brain. He had [ calm steady"of voice and manner as says there.."even the poorer people use It _. _ __ .J., h' _ U _.I J
were welcomed she rejoined her friends In ;
of her countrywomen no strength to resist this fever the waiting
In every sort of a way. Always when :,..1.1i
w ; and It was a wonderful life tot physician said when summoned to attend the rooms below-no tears upon'herlashes \
I watched Italian
had chance aa
Alecla. sad with the sorrow of a dying San no grief-upon, her face. f.
him. In
They back "
_. were 'cook and I hot Ideas I
4 remnant'of great race, but sweet to Francisco? and bad the best physicians "She' does not care!" whispered some at work addplcS In many kitchen. ;-Florida East Coast Ry.
have since my i f fI
barer her her _
til4 know that they cared to go In the clt1.IjJoI' among friends eyeing her askance. For instance a tablespoon of oil,costs
T' among 'them, and would tell her three days and nights' HaroldIdfew "Perhaps It Is true that her husbanddid
of butter
than two tablespoons
1f. stories Of the old gay llle before the no one lying In 'a .!irfupor most not make her so happy as be no more I II 1903. !
for Effect
Americans 'came and they were the should." .' aud it Is vastly superior a LOCAL TIME CARD. No: 48. In April ,/;
of the time. Complete prostration saute. Potatoes shrimps smelts, bananas -
crushed or driven out. physician's said, and they scarcely bad But the physicians wiser in their almost anything we 'saute are SOUTMSOUNO- tB pews NORTH.0UN0=U.O Ur.N. .
Even her husband for a time regained need to It. science than her friends In their love
e't, his old spirit and geniality but Theo--came say the end. aid that this calm was worse th'an a so much better cooked In butter.oil tbat Then yon ..I' ITA TlONS. I ...99Pallr. ...71
would back to .
To every. one save Alecln this end storm of tears and unless 'she were never go Dolly Dally. Ddly j'
anhealed In puree of beans- tomato or peas, .
bad been expected; to her It came like roused she too would die. tablespoon of oil added just before It 8 0 1Y.Lv............... ... ..... .. ...........,... .Ar T 18.t $0pU '
k bitterness, and b?,:would be -satisfied I a blow. They told her that her husband Some days previously the physicians a I t sa ..................0..Ja..koi>"*t11...........,.ul/Tl na +' p 0.. .
Is poured In the tureen gives a velvety I 10 u. ........ ..........'..A..IftI..a................. ... / Mat III
ak :wIth nothing; and from one place to was very 111 at the beginning; warned her friends to notifyJUer relatives i smoothness without a' trace of greasl- I "I 11 .s.. ...;.......... .I1."If..................!. ... u. 0 qp :>t .
't, another from ranch to town and village but when they told her that there was In the East of the approachingsorrow i = 111. 11 41 a Ar'' ..... ...""s. falatka.falaika .. ......... .... .. /M. ...P.II: :! ''I'
and back to the city again; and of his that: that would fall upou her', and : mesa which yon often hove with ereaaor no longer hope
butter. I always use oil with floor. if 11is. L.M.A: . I MaS -.t ?ss ,r' .
a still fortune smiled upon them and she must prepare herself for the to urge them,-if possible to come at ; Instead of butter to form the base of ," Flt, TN .... Ar...... .. )(............ .... ..... .L,. .. ".. .. 5S53S3
tin Harold Graham could not be a* worst not a word did she utter, not nee to her. Following this advice a Whenfinishing -ar: ,. ..... f6aLr......... ..... ... Wa&.4- r| Ma I' V Vg
1, 'ftat:or JiDd i with her message was sent' startling them In.' a tomato ereamor brown sauoe. = .. L77J .,............... lT ra.... ....... ..... ..:LT! 'IIG.
peace. her but.
a cry crossed lip.; a scalloped dish, I toes the C $ Ifur! ....................>>.."..11...................... tot aIM i llrp j
t, In their old home) they had lived ,eyes lifted' to them In a terror that deed. for _Alccla.-had not mentioned crumbs which are to- form the top laytr .. Q. ......................Dupnnt...................... I I 7 l'a
lavishly; there had been 1 nothing of weeks her husband's Illness-with her usual = II. .......... ......... Oraio.d....................... ina
was the concentration weary In a tablespoon of hot oil. till they are .c.c p ... ......::.........Dar on. ....... .... ..... ..... SIT a d:D.Ie. il
wanting that a luxurious tute could of fear and watching\ she Bank at thoughtfulnes of tbem-Ie.t. It cause1 the result -Is 1 a -. 1'.0..0.: .." ................. .. SO*.
demand; but In the new liome-ikioneyeasily ? unconsciousness as'ut. them unhapplness to learn' that other thoroughly greased; 't'ir-' I ...................N.wmrrna........ ...... .... 144.S14a. I"3'I1 gno
heir feet In' an want most delicately brown aad crisp .....,.............Oak Hill........... ..... ..... ,
gained wee as easily and recklessly ,ter almost as that approaching silences grief had come. 2C I i.p......... ........... TUuivillo .<..........,.....: IStaHHa :
until it became a But Alecla; moving quietly among Good Housekeeping. .O.. ..:................ --.... ,.................. II.:
spent proverb the room above. .... 0 .::.::....................,.<1.... .::..........:...... '1 48. 1 Jo5 '. I
among their friends that Graham'ywealth With the tenderest pity they raised her friends knew nothing of this SISI: ...................Kan Oallto.................., IIIIa C & ; .
'. ebbed flowed like, the message, mug! her heart was heavy .II:w tats i :...................11.Iho.r..9 011.. \ Ht |.| at OH \
: and her and restored her' to consciousness, i : 1 Ota II. ...,..,. ......... ......"." ............ .. t! -I' I'
.ocean's tide. but It was long before she was able togo with longing for some dear home ENoIp 00. .ittlaIlia ...............t... .. .....N..p.' ...:.::.:.. ;' ') 1 55: :
'He' seemed never to think of the future" face and voice and: touch.For how Nb: 4 ..............'"....... ..'............. I i'I" )ilea t.. at o
; to ber. husband. Her' eyes were : @r SMatta ........,.............1'11111&1..:.:...............:.: 110"' s o'5H.<
or of the past. The wealth Ale- steady and sweet as they met his Instantly could she know that' a westward- ...2. 1. ... ...................lcI.: ..., lo I aalO4
: : : ........ .... ....:a.r:::: : .. h
speeding train was bringing to her 1 ttaSat p ...... .1. "
;e1a 'had would be gained to !: r
hoped upon entering the room.. Her.face .., II:M :) aS D..::... ....... Blaart. ....:............... 'I' 10 Ma : j
:! meet the demand against her husband was'pale.' .. but the smile that two from home HaSOS. r ...............1lob.9ound ...............,... t p 10 it" 2 5
I Her mother and Beatrice! All home O J ..............:... wet Juptlfr....... .. .. .. .... t" CSaSM
'S In the old home city he spent as quickly lighted for him was the old radiant Maple agar 1'roftllg-Add! su dent .. ................ foat Pal m Bcaah.. ...... ........ .
as It came to him yet ever renewed smile that had come to him like the faces were very dear but these two of II t ........ .......BnyntonAr ............ .... .... ta0a : j
from hem warmest water to one and one-half cupfuls f MaS .....:_.............Polrar............ .....,.... iI' SMaSMa : : s
aft It- No.wish. of hers that ,she uttered thought tof an angel across the wild among! ( to keep It from burning; 1. .S. .l ........... ... ............ StAJTTOXD
," ever so lightly but .he granted-save caste 'of waters when the demon place in her heart. maple sugar brittle la Sne ..................Hillani'a',......... ........ T .. ,
I let It boll until It' Will be I 10' ................Le"Clly..L.. ...... p T is a
her one great wish to return' to New struggled In his heart ,He thought ofLmeetingiler And when preparations were completed cold water; beat the white of one egg! 1 N. JtE. -..,.:........Miami .. ........... .. .. ....T.r t 'III.
Tork' and her. friends there, and to for conveying the body home
eyes, for he-was thoroughly Into the '
It slowly
until stiff then beat BOnXDTTLBS OP ItRAWCII LINES.
; clear every claim against- her' bus conscious 5'antl 'his mind and -1he wfdow; In her he-u7.erape- ; 'beating It until It. Is
band. This wish shut in her' still more a woman of marble by contrast boiling syrup .
clear.lie of It. butt
strangely thought and-** .
thick and cold; spread between SB..A.HCH.BTATIOM. 02ULNOB: CITY DHAHO1I.Na.
heart 'and be beard no word of her : brought no1' pain; for pain seemed -showed no sign of softness or cake.Quick I'
'desire for she would not ever place grief then Into the midst of the friends top of layer N*. 11L II No. 1 '" braroia. a wDaL
to have utterly from his life and"only
Beat IWI
t gone Graham Bread- one egg. U ) I ilr D.u D.u
$ her wishes before his. an unaccountable ncvce to have gathered for farewell came these two cupful .f sugar tw.tsbiespoontuls'ot a ... TltorrlUo.Mima. .... :
> knew that. the thought was to him. dear faces; and Alecla with sudden add one-fourth a > ...... ..,,,.....APP.. yt p lOHa tv..N.Smrra..Ar| 1 49. /1/p. .
"" come molasses one cupfulof S 55 pv...::. .0 Arjll M Ii. II 11 a l..Ltk.Haon .Aril (Jp '
'with ber;'be could not know her as Still too weak for Independent revulsion of feeling was sobbing in milk one cupful of molasses flour a *,T.... .:.tiaervprl.a..ArilSO.. ... II It sta .-.Ora.r.City.Ar if 45 p 4 II I/ :lit
? 'he.knew herwithout; being perfectly: movement be',tried to stretch his band her mother's arms; and Beatrice cupful of wheat nour.JTour levelteaspoonfuls A*....: ; : I0 |> 11 aUr..Or.Cltr'. .Lrlll /0 6 :

*.ZZ;:;: ,assurred that her heart must long. for to hers,a .Iow.' taint glimmer smiling mourning above her sister would not -one of baking powder and ODe N 11 No. ? ,
be comforted in the tenderness and y D JtATPOBT DIIANCII. I I San.Only. 1N SS lP:
the old- familiar faces and voices,and answering hers; and Iolnl'to' him.- . tablespoonful Of melted butter; 'toraTnto weal z S.ns .

u love; Tie' loved her deeply, Intensely; not a quiver of her face or voice she warmth of her young beart. uttered pann4-bake forty-five 10 M* S 50 p so.S Lv.J.ok.en ...,,,..ArLT .:...... T .1 H .ii0 t> te. V
"Poor little 'Lecla Poor little 'Le-
but eYeD so, ,he felt that shemust knelt besidV'tbe bed, and taking one moderate oven. WUa I OS p Ma ... .$u Jooka R rl1 b..L. .... ,, T 7a 1 Its d pp "
.i need the love of.those,-who gave'.berI of his bands In hers, laid the other tenderly cla!" she kept sobbing. minutes a together S ll & Y a p 00.l........rabIO D.aeh..L ..... .. t f4aT0 liMa {ip
Cream Drualna-tStir .... ..
Mustard lAMk I 45 P1 1 14 a LT Atlantis .b..Lr .r aI 11 41 a p, Ii
i love before be crossed her way. about him. her taco upon the But the mother never said a word. one cupful of milk. yolks., of. p 11 Ma V 50 p / b1. Ar...,... ..Ma/port ..LT aft a 11 SO a t IO ,
He-spoke of' It no 'more han she; close his. Her heart ,went out to the sad heart I
pillow to of mustard
of her daughter: both widows and three eggs "one tablespoonful Tim Tim TkMu show th. ttm. al whloh trains May be .itMet.d to arrive and depart ,
the subject fell by degrees Into silence "Harold, dearest," she said, very one tablespoonful of sugar, two from tb.MTvrat Wl...,but thlr arrival or th. tlm.s elated Is not ruraiilM4.ia.tb .,
; between them-for ho even came to sweetly, very low ",.ou 'are better what could words utter more than the tablespoonfuls, of melted butter and for d.. OonpMy hold IU.U rMpoB lbl..for and.lar- of>* axlim* dura- .,l
aver that be had no Interest In the loving. arms and tender silent 'car '" .
now? It Is good to see you yourself two and one-half level tablespoonfulso '
+ home-letters;' and she lived this Inner Aleclaagain. esses? . .. '
and know that yon recognize ; corn starch; pour over oneljcupfnl KEY WEST AND HAVANA 'j
life alone. It wore Upon. her. of ( .. I have been so very" lonely So they took her home-a sad homecoming of hot vinegar; cook In the double ;;

"eoul"l!& .. The old color was something without 70UAD !"- -and every tenderness that love' boiler until thickened. If too thick PEM8ULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP' CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. '.iI j jis

fainter and the' light of the eyes less Ineffable tenderness came upon could devise,was gathered around the when cold add cold milk or cream. (!rIot April; .IB, 1903. f

y dear though always quite steady. Her bis face. It was as though lite. ' woman who had made sunshine forgo Apple Puffs-Boat two eggs; add to I i iI"

'.' smile too *was less frequent though proved why 'life was given and many that In her time of need was them one pint of milk and flour enoughto ..'.na..Tbua IOU'....01/0......:............. L.. R.,."......D.NOli'. g.1.souse.LvIIInnn. .........:......... 1t I ;<
.still very beautiful whenever ,ItS taken-its pathos and trials and sweetness reflected back /Upon her; and the'dl'adra batter add two level Ar gq "' ..s.a..hsr.................. )O 1.0 I' Ar K., w_ )1_.. !'N................. e1.p .I
crossed lips. ' ce4 .by; and never any hour the' make a drop ; IH xq we/.....'1'...................... 13 It ,. LY Key''''''ThL. .................... ill. :1
her ' crowded Into one moment's space. teaspoonfuls of baking powder or one Ae1 y. Tit........ .............. Ttae a.. .a........... .. ..... a10
Her husband's nature less or.more because of her' grief; never ;
; A. genial lIe was Intensely weak but his mind level teaspoonful for each cup of floor; : )
;t changed perceptibly as the days went was clear. When be spoke his voice ; the.'h.dow of one star or one sun add a little salt; put a little of the ., eon lAeal '1'1. C.." or oih.rInform.No..ddrp/.n. pDL. :

j ''by: 'He was always courteous to her; was so Indistinct; that she nestled her because ber life was darkened; ngverone batter In each cup then a little of '

nothing came near her that could an- cheek softly,and tenderly; closer to his.- Instant's pause In the world about. chopped'apples, then'pour over some' 1 1J

'ltfi4 .its powtto her pain so far as lay, in, that she ,might not lose the words. her because love' lay. dead. "In her batter; steam one hour;. serve with
prevent; but be'grew lr. The mad'beating and rebellion of liar heart. ,

'rttable', as his restlessness Increased. heart be did not know. "We', will :V to' EuroPc!.'' said Mrs. lemon Spice sauce.Pudding-Four cnpfuls of ...
things annoyed him. Borne- -l1ttle Field one day as they sat In conversation -
:STrifling 1'001' girl! be said faintly bread crumbs, half a cupful of milk "
',Im .-:his- eyes frightened her with "What a good true brave wife 700ha.e In the breakfast room when one cupful'of molasses two teaspoonfuls .... .. .... .m.flB
k their ,feverish brilliancy and a habit been to me when many women the service was removed and they ef cinnamon half teaspoonful ef r'

pt' bad' grown'upon fbm of raising1 his would have been-different! How canI Were,alone. "The girls are not satis- little allspice, half a small <1 ;

j hand to hisjiead half mechanically as. I leave you. .my in a.trange' fled with'JheJr trip last fall.,and It will cloves very grated dissolve half a teaspoonful '

though In pain when be was ever so' city wfth no one but strangers be excellent for you Alecla dear. We nutmeg of soda; In half a cup of boll-' : We Do Job Printing! !

A; aJgbUy troubled or'annoyed. .? to comfort ;foul/ For I am not de can remain, away as long! as :you desire tog water; add to the mixture with ,
and take in the East. You need
.Alecla noted this'as she noted evert eel"ed,' Alecla. This strange clearness cupful -of suet one cupful .
two eggs, one
*+ thing relating to'bl, welfare; but she of mInd, aDd-th -abseneeof pain litter{ change," ray dear."' of raisins, stoned and flour; fill .r

m never dared speak; of-Jt,toJilmShe' ire the'end., 'My life might have been "Where are we to "*go mamma?" moulds.two-thirds full and steam three. Of All Kinds. .
v !-, -waIted and watched, and as this habit braver more'true; perhaps! but someway asked Marion hours. : :

4r :grew alarmingly she :went: privately everything. Jailing Into peace.- -To. be continued.. ) Curote I'uddlrg-Two eggs, ope-. : .
to a pIl7.ICla..nd questioned him alf I can wish'nothing Ian that I might i e
? fourth pound Of powdered sugar,
.*.(,,to-the cause and.po slbl. danger.He .' have-left'you among, those who love Cudld O..real. ''pound' of butter one-quarter I

listened In alienee to ner story. youT; Ills hard to dl"-who knows I "I confess"to being very poor ju'dge pound of flour and one-fourth teaspoonful : "We Can Please You. : j
said the. mildmannersperson.
but hi. Your'eourae oratory,
v 'She' told It very simply quick suffer no. pain. give. of soda; separate eggs, beat ;yolks

,L perception grasped much that was left me courage and" hope. But-p'-senUy fend sugar together; best .butter to a
untold. He perfectly courteous will home dearest and there "Can't yon recognize fluent sneaking
> waa. yon go cream and beat Into the eggs and
but somewhat reticent.' :; lIe ''under' ,'eome-thl.' peace also ta. you- when you hear It?" i, I. . ;
in sugar; whip whites of eggs stiff add .... .. .... ....
'' ak = "No. It 'depends my, personal _
.L'stood the case, as thoroughly was and the old wounds wilt heal-- them to the butter mixture then add
,'1.;, kc, yosl61eMving no acooalntance with His .,ole.'died out, but still tender feelings. If a friend la making flour and soda; beat carefully; fill but:: .".

'. .the, maaj>rofesalonally! and being ly and steadfastly her' fingers held rfls. speech: It Is eloquence.. Jf it ta net N tered earthen cups two-thirda full and' ;

Ifcerefere'obliged. .Judge; upon gen.IC1 and her cheek pressed lightly the pil friend It la mere.garrulity." ., bake forty-flv, .... .;. 'J..J1
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MEMORIES.; sense;; hastened to say: '"Oh, he ata't spoonful .of cold bacon fat, add a like

:An empt room and fit ho. *' ful. ; hurt The bad, ,but come aloug.wX SIMPLE GAI --Ceo ERY. mount of flour, rubbing,flu smoothlya SWAY OF THE SIXSHORTER..
she ha doctor
Of her mac gone found his brother
suffer _
the .'Then add tlr-
fat melt milk
/ hut become ,,. :.> .. "
No trifle a thing tug from.a' slight scalp .. !'\
wound and la f
ring In until of th* desired consistency.
thought to dwell < .
For upon, menting the !f>rt">Jit'"
loss of ,
50Qj thQ' Some prefer a thick"cream, while others
'!be very. silence rnium. tier, '. money be Irad'ln the world. v like a thin cvoutu best Condensed And more on noiwtani feet, Dr. Jim treated his brother and then UY W. B. THORNTON.r milk, especially unsweetened prop. Battle ot.th6 Bis: and Little RanchmenIn
Fenrma'The brave to hurt nome could memory not meet, strode ment away toward his home: '8bril1'' erly thinned answers very welt-,Add Kansas Recalls 'the'' 'Days When' tfco: :;/
was all right, but when a'mau'" the beef.' ullod .part.lllto small pieces,
l'rreviMsi; tats 1* f !t brother wa* shot '" . '' West Was "Wild".KIIileg' ."
why that ' .. andrcook for a few minute Bullet Really of,.,
La every ..lace,.ad look! "You -
g hot and robbed my brother chaneed that Just 118 the when obtainable Is1,, of course, better Bad
how firm Ita Iron hand .ba"1Uped ," he' a Man; as Related, by Andy}
Raid '' ;
sln"a4'eIT to>> the patient limn scrambled .' 4
Past open half-read bnnl shadow grew long oil t1'C the. fat. Ezs* ) a large ,.I
-Edith Turner Newcomb: la Harper' Ba toKsliig on the cot. I 'western //Ihoro of-one: of thiJSaranao spoonful of..milk for' eachegg;/ added Adams. In the:"toy of a Cowboy..'* -
ear. ' I c'Wae' he )our brother; Doc'1 I'nl lake 'one"after' and the beef plcked'luto smallpiecea I -- ,. ,_ *

sorry, and you've been! good to a feller. noon our, little ''canoe stirred In. will furnish a dl.h'nud will r
8 MIe.I !. Don't.&1'\", me.up.Doc." : IOI'OUlIU olt"a thickly wooded point trlnIC1'17 plate for more. .. ..J ... '

11 The doctoi! cogitated.; "Have yon got The location wa pleasant, and preparations Potatoes are always .an (thportantitem o-.g. of the Atlantic seaboard accepted tho Invitation! Quitting .tfcelt'
the..$:;po you robbed him of?" heasked.u : for the night's) vn'nip were'soon ? but are bulky to carry-ow lone 1C rub our eye when.we read' games, and gathering around the her.
I aDR. JIM'S TEST I, honest Poe I alu't. Barn got : begun. Ali, unexpectedly visitor! 'at:- trips Evaporated potatoes can pow to W' 0 that the big and the little After a while the stranger walked over
the .
hull of1tV' ; unsuspected'eottge be and \ I i ranchmen hooting to to the bar
rived from *u bought *r ea !great success. are and called. for a glass of
'f} "A man should not do toy bis brother (they; persisted In the pleasant fictloi would not think fit.going into tb) ode kill In. ,Kansas; thai whisky. "
It[ ) what he would not do mankind of cnlllng It a "('nmll' ) not far distant woods without it til. Enough for a Farmer+ Berry and hit eons were "Later they met in a 'saloon, called''
.n@ .._3 @ at large," mused the doctor. lie wont 'For awhile they watched tho pitching trip of ae erareekg'ah be carried'lu' riddled' with bullet by Cbanncey the Buffalo BoiL ,

THKR: TOM"' and "Doctor to his study took $500 in bills trpm u of the tent,.but interest sooncentred, a small space Soaked over night and Dewey and his band ot cow puncher, "John Officer after wlrmin "**,;'few' t\
r S Jim" they railed 'recess In his desk put it In'.aliuge envelope .,:' In' the culinary department. A pea fried In the morning, they 'can hardly and that for:._the,time, at 'least the dollars In the card room wa standing ft

I II I 'by..the, villagers.were. with a slip of paper, on which : soup was sending forth -pa appetising be told from the fresh' article. man who 1* handiest with ,his gun. 1* I alongside! watching oar game; and'*'
....,''L 1111 -.wcr.0: ..bcqthor. Thomas They he wrote In a disguised band:' odor and n freshly ght pickerel aput If you have never. tried bird* or fish' the one who lire to Illustrate the' the stranger passed by. Priest-gavo SS
'and' JanfesRadcllffe, "Here1 yojur<<\ money. I didn't know : tered cheerfully" In the frying pan.. I baked In clay,do.1t..t the first opportunity. ' Darwinian theory'of.survival. i him;the wink; on which Officer followed -
old bachelor both ; respc'ctively you wa..'a"preacher. "Jti-fatbt r was "Don't you find camp: tare rather monotonous -' I Draw the" bird 'and 'without For there"Is,no "West" a* "':e"tnew'l the stranger and a heavyset
who looked one the one-Snaky Sam. ?"' inquired the good .house* removing feathers, ron In a thick ball it twenty.year Ago. Flat companion who was with Lisa into the
!+, 'village soala of parson the' brethren, while' after tbo The doctor.w to It that his brother wittfamonft the visitors. .., of clay; Bury In the'ember and keep the buffalo then they; rounded up the : rear room We bad played only a few'''
the '
other. got the money next day. The patient "That' what always killed camping a'hot lire When the clay has baked Indian. Finally regiment upon regiment hand when'the beavy-eet man 'clime) ,
Brother Jim. doctored
their!( bodies. over the summer, kitchen Improved forme," remarked another, "I like .so that it crack at a light blow, pull of cavalry abandoned tile peaceful I back to the bar. took a drink" and,
Father Tom lived In'
the little par- rapidly- Day by day he would repeat being out, and all that sort of thing but out and broak open. Feathers! and klu outpost In the Gr American' walked 'o1'er'to watch a game of card
to uage'-next the church"with the oldeat "So the parson 1* your brother. You're camp fare Is-weU; I can stand It for A will adhere to tbo clay' leaving" tb'o Desert, and came East to guard the : at the second table front tbe front door., ,j iJI

woman 'Inhabitnnt of the place a a good game one hue.". day but'then I want to get when I meat with all ('natural'' juice re. turbulent town of the older, clvlllzaHon. Omcer, came back shortly afterward :;
e dame-past seventy; but who knew bow ,In a Week the burglarwas gone. I can get something to eat" talncd. Fish can be treated In like ., The "frontier" wa* effaced. whispered'that there were four of' *

to darn stockings his housekeeper. Three days; later Dr J'IIII' received. a Just there lies the'secret of nine-- manner,-Collier'* Weekly, THE OLD TEXAS TRAIL. then to look out for. a* be had wen
Dr. Jim lived at the other end of tho '
package. It contained $000 and a letter
tenth of the dismal failure of campIng them conferring together. Priest
.village street and looked after his own which said: "I met 8am. I got the parties, which have neither a guide Bt.v.naa sad King tnm, This renewed appeal- In Kansas to seemed the least concerned any'of
housework.Kven brothers who are money back and their: raised some, nor professional chef. Contentment of The :Resident Commissioner' of the the Arbitrament ot six-shooter and! .us, but noticed be eased the holster on
fond of each the 'magazine rifle recall the time of ;1
so as Tom and I
more; no matter how The extra bun the stomach la vital to complete enjoy Gilbert and Elllee' Islands bu been hi* belt forward, where If,would. be
ought ta live npart said Dr. .Jim. .!.. "*"- the old :Ten trait What really happened \
dred 1* ferp'erfensional services. You'rea -
ment(camp life down In Sydney lately conferring with ready to but hand. We had called for a'J.
"' In the of cattle
day drive from
"It strengthens the affections. "
good game one, Loc. Lank7' en. Each season finds more and more Admiral Sir Harry Rawson as to tbe round, of drink, Officer taking' one ]
The brother the Mexican border Montana 1* *e1
passed every eveningof The next night Father Tom and Dr. 'health and recreationIn -' with us when two out of the
people seeking future of those Interesting groups. A, forth In' reminiscent : men came >;:::
tbe narrative
their live together one night at JIm were Hitting. smoking! together. the closer communion with nature census show that there are 80.000'1.1.! gambling* hell,' and baiting at the bar,
the parsonage and tho next at the"dootoryj Mini," said Father Tom -If I'd hit this 1 I Andy ,Adam, ;whose, "Log: of a Cow (
out By
afforded by camping anders while tbe white population has pretended to divide some money which ?J)j
:miil...thoy passed enri one that burglar I shot at and he'd'come boy" has just been published by
4 mean true "camp" life sojourning In a now risen to 800. It'was'on one or they wished to 'have It appear" tbe7
ever riioir pipes for the parson wasn't here, what would you have' done- -with. lean-to or under can1'aaln a sort of.elf these picturesque atolls In the Equatorial Houghton Mlfflln & Co. This la no bad won In the card room. Their con- $!"' x
.a prig, and the doctor wag wont to say him?' back to fanciful story, but the circumstantial venation 1
Mixed barbarism, .a getting a Pacific that B. L. Stevenson hobnobbed wa loud and Intended to at-
that tobacco was the 'only known' spe- "Tom my boy, the time "iia* come to : semblance of primitive life!'
else for all human 111.. talk -' Inward TB. '' scenes which be describe Adams fi
of other thing l It with! the great wink and
as were, quaint 'King Tern BalnoskU tbo their 'ruse wa, perfectly.!
"Tom."' said hu brother one evening I Clark Record-Herald ..... was one of an'outfitwhich trailed a
'Chicago :: -'out-of.toora" For the Inexperienced ruler of Apama'raa and "lord of-all the understood., After taking a drink and
herd of 3000 the mouthof
longhorns from
"I coo that old' Bill. La in son has died '
who wouJd"IU.. "camp out, doing sharks and cocoanuta" 1 thereabout. attracting a* much attention'a'posit-
the Rie Grande to the Blackfoot In.
ever at Leeds""Yes An UnproBtitbl Convert.In their own.*work and "roughing it" In Tent Balnoskl had been In'wars before! i ble' over the division 'ot the 'money,
Jim" raid .Father Tom "and Burma the drum major of an honest fashion, these hints on the preparation Stevenson' time, but be had given'up dian Reservation, In the northwest coir | they: but remained 'the
'I wax at his 'deathbed." Infantry regiment, noted for his steadiness of a simple and practical cuisine better" be .' ner of Montana. There were SOOO cat, room" plrte, "I' J&,,' ?
.. the royal gaine.<"More confided '
tie in the herd and the drive of 8000
"I always suspected, Tom, that rOU good humor and constant atten *
are offered:: to the great romanclst( "auppose.' "I was dealing the card a few mln-,
knew all about Bill Lamson' part In 'lion to his duties ono' day suddenly For the permanent camper-that 1*, me Unk. you bad man, me speak you;'. miles was accomplished In about' fire rtes,'later, when, the long-haired-man . the Johnson killing ;years .ago; If be llsappcarcd from the barrack nt Ran- the one who !pas no Intention of changing suppose .you talk me bad man,- :yon ; month.., emerged-from'tbe gambling tmi- t.
had a parf'ln It. which I em inclined ;:oon. At fleet It was supposed that bis. abode during thee,of Lie fpeak me. More betterIt w..ver7- .In thjtLjChapter on tbe'YelJo'WatoDIf'ount1'7 the. hell t...
t. baltove, by the way, and that you; he had gone on a spree In the town. outing there are canned goods In endless much more' -better, "R.TC B."- told the Adams -tell of the fate' of atypical .taU. .and'macln. for. a u. "'
kept the whole to he turn when his mad fit "bad man" who was. bunting br
thing yourself. md would up variety and oneach: .can are full entertaining: monarch, who Is now ;
"Well, suppose I did know about It was'oTer. but As day after day passed directions for cooking and aervlug. But like his poor frlend.-sleeping where the trouble. "The Rebel' referred to In his A "BAD MAOI.U.LENGE"
Jim. If Lamxoii' told me anything: nud i came of him It;was nt last for the cruiser the "voyngonr. Who cocoanuts fall softly about,him when Recount was the nickname' for a South. "After being crved.; be walked about ? '
.Which I won't !grant even now-IIQ issumed that be had FOlio off in one of must count every ounce of weightand the Pacific wind blows from tbe East. ern member of the outfit. 'halfway to tbe door then wblrlnt sud.' \
told It to me because I was a clergyman the: American shh2 vfhlci_called at whose outftt. natat. of a kettle a coffee -:SI. A. P. Adams and his companion bad been denly. stepped to .' 1t te far. >*.
', and It's not In the clerical province mnt port. It. being io unusual! thing! i pot and a frying pan n very -narrow . _ taking a- drink 'Yellowstone Bob'ssaloon placed his hand upon It sprang up 1
to tell on a man who Is repentant soldiers at Rangoon to desert In limit is placed on canned goods'. Feuilnln Dnpllrlty. and a cheap lithograph of General and stood upright on It. He.whippedout .,
.e matter what his crime." ibis way About eight months utter And at best an ordinary "canned" A man visited his girl west of Grant 'nblch hung behind the two six-shooter, let out a yell >
"Right you are. Tom. and I tell you .ward a native IJurmeno clime to tbe 11 11ror menu gets monotonous. However,' town on Sunday evening After they bar bad led- to a discussion In which which cadsed I commotion, throughoutthe ,
that a physician-ought-toehold secrets arracks one morning amt by means some canned goods are dcslrablrf-\ :, Bacon had-talked several hours he declared PrlesM The Rebel praised the 'North room and walked.vO deliberately
just as tight If the7' t'I'Ome' from a-pa- of the regimental Interpreter madovlt iA, and Mast ever be; tbe food par his Intention of: kissing her She was ern sojdler} to whom he bad surren-. tho length of m\lter; attention: ?
Kent.! I wouldn't tlvo up a wounded mown that ho had been sent by" a excellence of' the. camper. You who apparently Indignant and. said she tiered, und was flippantly chided for *o centered/upon' the 'ocCl1paot of our'',

murderer If he bad conic to ma for ihoonRlieo (nutivo print)) from a nclfehorlngiBuddhlct"nionnstery I have never come In from a hard day's would tell her father Rememberingthat doing' by Flood, tho 'foreman. table., Not attracting tbo'ntlc heexv, '{ ?
treatment and had thrown himself on I> In' the forst tramp or paddle;to have eager nostril taint heart never won fair' lady ."During jtho< comments -of The pet In' our quarter, h* turned and ;

fay merry and on ray professional to say that there was an English I I greeted,with the odor of I sizzling;1 bacon the young man Will not dismayed and Rebel," -writes' ,Adams "a Itra'nger'who repaced the bar hur111.aoato' x.,
corer I'd consider myself a sort of a loldler there whom they wtitbed to get and the aroma of freshly made coffee succeeded In planting a kite behind her evidently .'overheard them; rose emits on Texas and Texan gau-:
father confessor toJtl.bodily Ills, d* rid of. An escort was despatched and mingled with, the-spicy breathjof! : the left ear.' To make good her threat the from one of the tables In the place- and era1 ""
might the sins of soul...* brought back no less a than sauntered overrto the end of tho bar saw The Rebel's' steeled to
r., you to. .bin personage pine forest-you, I soy, have yet young woman arose hastily and eyes: ,
rI(} '"You're all wrong! Jim. You can't be absentee dram liinjor. The only know the fulness of life. Bacon maybe walked to the kitchen!' "Papa." she an aUentl1'e'lI.tener to.the succeeding Flood' across tbe tqblo, "
,' class the physician with 'the priest xplanatlon he: had 'to'. /give was' that usually is. taken by the side and said Innocently "Mr. if wants to nee conversation., lie 'was a younger jean 'glance of o foreman bi .
%" ''', Pho. soul and the body arc tblng.apart. he sptril of adventure aelzlne.hlnxonelay :sliced\ a* wanted. However, I prefer ;your ne'W.iun.'All right t AlLrlghtr: than -Priestwith' a bead of 'heavy evidently, read approval, for' ho':rose 1
nnd-tlrc- touch of the acred( I be! bad taken a fowling! piece and the canned. It Is usually of ,better said the old man, -delightedvlth a1'' black hair reaching his shoulders, while. rigidly wlthJ stealth of '0 tiger.2'
doesn't eiiteiinto,: your profession.. it !one: Into the jungle to shoot. Cornno quality, U sliced thinner than yon can chance to show -Taking it from the his dress was largely l of buckskin, profusely and for the first time that day his band ,;

does into mine. You have no right to ; across the monastery, the phoon- caslly sllce It :yourself thus making a rak he.stepped!' Into the parlor. The ornamented with beadwork and went to the handle of bU six-shooter.'
claim clergyman's.. exemption from had "ed.hoapltobly to him, daintier and more appetizing dish; does I young man broke, four window pane "' fringe: He was armed, ns was everyone One of, the two pretended winner at -J..
jclvlng evidence, against an evildoer ind bad allowed:him toj"sloippthere, ,snot-have to be guarded from files or In getting out and wheulast seen was else and from his languid: do- card saw_the movement In our qnarvter.
.who has trusted you. In concealment bat, night. Diirtng' the night the fancy thieving, weasels, and, lastly, (* not still running bareheaded up the road In taeanov ns well! as from his smart appearance and song out,a* a "arDlns".1 ..
you do the state an Injury." iplced him to become n Buddhist, and continually greaslpg-; everything Jn tho,direction of town-Gadner: (111.)' 'one'would class him--at n ado', mucbo. -The IO 't-kwe ',4, ,
'Likely I, would If; such 'a condition making: known his desire'to the comnunlty camp It come In glass jars. which Chronicle. -_- .' passing glance a* a frontiergambler.. 'whirled on the 'Wor w, tge4 : -
ever ('ontrontPtl''TOP, Torn/'but. I next morning lie wa accepted, have weight, against them. It also '. As we turned away from the bar to an blue away tO..' Y r

;wouldn't "giro the' fellow up If ho had For A few months all went well. ,114. 'comes In Cat pound tins convenient. for; Silk Worm e.u...... unoccupied table Priest waited for QUI corner; 'I bad rise' '" ',,
once trusted me- and I had cared for remained quietly Indoors absorbed in I packing. worm his change, when the stranger accosted and was pinned. against the w.. "
him. I mlpht be nn enemy; of the stateIn be: study of Buddhist nurstcclcavwhlch: Thinbacon requires llttlo more than some Silk attention culture In the has Gulf been' Coast glten him with', an Inquiry a*, !,*where ..hewa where on'the first Ore a raid of dirt

so doing, but I'd.sleep better after lad I a peculiar fascination for him. a thorough heating through on both 'Country where climatic condition are from. In"the convematlon that from tho chinking In the wall over' ;
.It." Rut after a time the demon of unrest side, unless wanted crisp, when muchof similar In some respects to' those that ensued the stranger! who- bad noticed my bead A* soon a* the other sprang'-,.

The: brothers separated for tbe night began[> to stir,him up agalttf.IIomadeopfatert Its delicacy 1* 'destroyed. Spread exist In Italy, tbe ancient home of this the good-humored manner In which away the table, I kicked It oye r
Dr. Jim went back into tho little lobor- Incursion Into tbe jungle slices flat In tbe pan that they may .Industrious llttlo creature. So much The Rebel had taken the chiding of our In clearing myself and .came .to my +L

story beck of the' sitting; room, niuKlng md each time returned laden with cook evenly. Fry over clear embers. Interest baa beenexcited by theao experiment : foreman pretended to take him to feet just a* The Rebel fired his econd'
f over the talk with his brother. "It tome. The taklrs of any form ofant- It apples' arp available (either ripe or that the government has Issued task for'some of his remarkl.'l'IIm..l.oSULT .hot I had the satisfaction of eciag -

would "bo A curious situation ''to be mat life! is contrary to the principle of i green), quarter, remove cores and cut a bulletin on tbe subject wherein ; toue.balre adversary reel back--} }t
placed in" he thought "to have a iuddhtsm. and the phoonghees exposulr In- small/ pieces leaving skin on. Pour a* treatise Is given on the cultnre of "But In this' he 'made'a mistake.'' ward Inl.lnto.tbe.fll,, r

wounded criminal on your bands and,, ,cd with him, but without avail! I off half your bacon fat and fill the frying anQ"elms In the,production com What bis-friends might safely say to a* ba went,' and f.b .., i '
to feel that the stato might look to you o. finding him ail unprofitable convert pan heaping full of apple. As It mercial silk. The larvae 'of the silkworm Priest, would be' treated a* ,.n' inlult liy'-lnto the glassware on ,te bas's, :"
os an accomplice because you had they got rid of him by communicating- fries-down stinto bring all Into the fat Bombyx mel are hatched la from a stranger. Seeing that he wouldnot bar. '*
failed to turn him over Justice after 1 his reslment.-Goldt'n Penpy. and to keep from burning. Cook until Incubator They are fed upon the stand his chiding, the other at- WHEN THE SMOKE' CEiRSD.; r":'

;you bad patched him up." no hard pieces remain. Sweeten to leave of white mulberry. Silk 1* ob- tempetd to mollify him by proposingthey "be''smoke wblcli filled;; .; ;M
Dr. Jim Mat up late studying. lie Gain Chewing and ,tunmcfi i taste before removing from fire. ,Ba- tained from the cocoon in 'which the have a drink, together and part left nothing visibly tv*"a few ..:.
heard a nol,outside the door 'at an Who would. have thought that doe con and apples served' thus. In camp larvae passed to tbe adult state. Tbo friendly,' to which The Rebel assented. Meantime driest satisfied momet,, n
hour utter midnight and, throwing lt_ ors wotild countenance the practice of make a dish for a king Slice of stale Intlielln 1* profusely Illustrated and "The two wcro"standing at the.bat had gone true turned, tt through , ,'
opeu a-man fell Into the room and on ,rum chewing Yet here Is tbe new bread fried In bacon fat will afford a .rnayj obtained by addressing the Do-' In,, a most friendly attitude;' but a* the rear room gained horse, !
to the floor, .'1 noon your sign doctor from St. Paul that the Minnesota State welcome variation. Be sure that the mrtraent[ of''Agriculture Washington they!' ral.ed'tbelr glasses to drink the wa galloping; away-to hl herd b ., ,
.with the light behind it. I guess. I'm Board of Control Include chewing fat 1* as bot as possible as then the stranger holding biB at arm' length any semblance of order wa .restore*.' I
done for, but mcbby you. can fix me ,gum In the list of supplies for insane bread will not soak It up. rFI said; :Hero's a toast for you;. To A* the smoke and. we.passed'forward o :
tip." -7- asylums, as Its use Is often found to Canned baked bean are always a ;, Tim Gael at Sa....... General Grant, the ablest: Iele "aJ' A

The man gasped and fainted.. Sturdy have ,excellent effect upon patients welcome dish In camp. To a can of ,A son of the late Major Wade Hampton "Bat the tout was' never finished Officer had one.ot tbe rm.o ft ;,
Dr Jim picked!' him up and carried !loathing them during violent spells! bean add half a can of corn and heat Gibbes, of Columbia; 8. C., says; for Priest dashed the content of his standing jrrlth his the to par.. . '
blru to the laboratory where he laid nod enabling them to concentrate their stirring thproughly Save the remainder that: It wa his father who, a* a lieutenant glas,4c the stranger's face, and calmly while his" U- bau.lay on .the" floor

bin burden on-one louniro and made a minds upon various form of work. of 'the corn to stir Into the flapjack fired, the first pun. aslgrualcun replacing-the/ glass on the bar, backed under ,.Officer1* foot He bad made, ,
hut ty examination.: The--luau had 11 Joubtles It '1* the muscular not the batter In the morning.. Corn flapjacks ,-at the- attack on. Fort': Sumter across".the",room toward' ,u*., When but one shot our-coroer when the .

bullet hole.thr01ll1h: the thigh nnd was secretory, activity that produce tin are among. the things which make Charleston Harbor on''the morning! of half' way across, a\sudden movementon (nunle,of.a lob gun wo pushed. against\,
weak from thc-ktsa hloo<1. Beyond encflclal result. The secretory actlvty camp Ufo worth while. There are several April 12. 1861. Ho write: "At Lieutenant -', the part,of the stranger caused him his ear with an Imperative order to I,{

that his Injury wasn't -worlous.i Dr. may deplete! the salivary glands, ..,prepared flours which require no Gibbes' battery the*signal gun was' to halt. But It seemed the picturesque drop hi. arms, "bleb. he. bad, , '
Jl'u wtnnehed' the flow; and gave the md thus prove prejudicial to dlges- mOD,, than the addition of water to aimed to burst a shell high In the air; gentleman beside the bar was only. promptly done. The two other, who;
: man re toratlvf'lI."Wht LIon. Insane people! are nervous, and make very palatable pancakes. However another gun was carefully aimed at the searching for a b@ndkerchief., had-been under tbe of our'
>re did you Ret thin wound?" he almost every one inclined to nervous- milk I* always preferable, and an fort: and the wires were laid ready to. 'Don't get your hand on that' IUD men at tho forward lu'v1aDc table never made, 4
nnkHl his midnight vlpltor when he less bas discovered that there are egg Is a distinct addition. The egg explode a mine under an'old house In yoU wear,' old The Rebel,whose blood a or to brio; a gun Into tf

bad regained d ron8C'jotlJlllellll.( forms of fidgeting which enable bUn ;will help out when milk Is not avail the way As nearly as possible these was up, 'unless ,you intend to'vse' It. action 10"e; and olr..rEt'after' ,killing) ,of (heir. I'':
"Don't" tell OH me!, Doe. I truxtcnl to: relieve the tension upon his nerve able. Condensed milk can! be used blugs, were done simultaneously. But you can't shoot a minute too quickto picturesque ;partner th passed tOlethe

::,; I cracked n place with a pal. He and Uelp him- to, concentrate. 'his attoji.Ion. quite aa well as fresh. Be sure to thin Now; which of the three shot fired cult me. What do you wear n onto the bouse. Tucre bad been five 7
f'got' away nil right and has the .swag.' \ It enough;as otherwise :your cakes will at tbo.fort from the three separate gun for, anyhow? J/e&L.JJeo i Jiqwstralghtyou oral, shot firmed Into'our eor3ctbut I
1 but I got abet when tho old feller in Many a lawyer, nnd many an orator be too short and will break. Blueberries mortar batteries 'by Captain, James,, -can. shoot, "the,, first double ehot,1 flrcd whfn:flirc*.
,tho bouao waked upMaybo I done would bo at a loss: in speaking It be or huckleberries stirred In furnish ilr. Baffin or Lieutenant Glbb**' battery "As the strangermade: ,no reply of us were sf'Jl silting v.-cnt too, btrfr r'
tohlm.; I don't kiibw, though but he could not twiddle his watch chain or a delicious yariety": Fry on the-otlier was tho second shot no man may rr-felt continued The next Umo you for effect: while 'lhl remainder >"fr '
idn't shoot again after he hit me, nud twirl his eyeglasses.. Many traveling side until nearly done through, tben'turn certainly say."-Charleston, News and have anything to 'rub, in, pick your though "Kf-J Whboti "ere'Il 1
Itt drive would lose and brown the other side This better. 'The JIan who. Insultsme'U. .flterlng.
bock. nnn and many a politician, Courier. man ( : UI I. coat, .tOB"".enough ,
"You of manner In the berries will not stick to the all ttint's due bl1 ,.for his
cnn't-stnyJicrp. said Dr Jim. his reputation for ease way .. get to hum ,tb*? a'.;In on bUi shoulder;J';
('Patients! and other people will be here conversation If deprived. the cigar penal' 'badly 'otherwise., In like ..-, How Nun* Ttor I l.. trouble! Still :eliciting ito response "The lat l 6ut>tt the
o-morrow and you cnii't travel for a. be gracefully puffs In the Interval of manner clams or oysters n bo'put "This pl(' b entirely too..affection- The, Rebel taunted him further saying floor of the dlt1 saloon, and,a tLrougll'tutlos" t
oek. I'll put you on a cot lu a room his talk.: And tho font What mistress lit If you chance to bb Where they arc ato," complained: the Cheerful f Idiot' : ;'Go on and finish your toast,'you ltyfc for It could hartilyhavebeen.
vcr the summer kltolum at the back ot coquetry would be willing to surrender available. "What' than" ,.InquiredUse 1pn&- patriotic[ beauty.. Ill glvejoa another: much of a novelty to tho tn'liabtian" of
t..1bo yard,.-and I'll look after- you. her fan? A variety, of condensed soups come led wailer girl. Jeff'DavIs-nml' tti iQ Southern CcBfederT. Frenchman' Font buadredacame'''to'' 1

oogh It goes against tbe-grnln!' ," Ahd nut while gum'chewing may relieve,, now In powder form ore .convenienteasily "1 say" It'* too affectionate-the. np-'' :< .* ,- "" T. "'gaze oit ;1he'enrts2 and .examine th.wound. a
P e doctor smiled a bit grimly '01 lie ho fidgets In the cue lot those who do, prepared,and when well seasoned per crust I Is stuck on the lower. Bring'' '"Wo all rose from the table and one'above tbe'otbr.thr"P

ought of hiM col1v..rsaUonwJUr Fath. the chewing, the sight of It I Is likely furnish a delicious first course.. 'Of me some of that'dropstttchplo over.there. Flood going over,to Priest, said 'Como either,of, .
Tow a few hour before to: 'give the fidget to other people these"Erbwurat" a German preparation ."' along, Pant we' don't,want to have tiny l* 'TIII. "' w1 .-, +4 ,
n. hour later the wounded burglar obliged to look on.-Milwaukee.' Even. of pea soup, 1* perhaps the. beet:. 'And" after some dimeulty..ltwas I(I trouble here. Let'* co across the street toal. .' < I I' ,

s bandaged fed and secreted In the ng Wisconsin. A flavoring '.of beef extract added beateitlnto the head of the distressed acd have a gnine of California Jack.: 1.1 "". JI .'. 1. ; Ly
I'r chamber of tho unused Bummer -, make a* fine a soup a* any chef could maiden that bo wanted some 'of the "But.The Rebel! stood like a chiseled Par!*' "' '* .ho* papcr, ;i"L

l: en.. There was a'fierce pounding Mala t* Your rrl..a.blpl. desire.' Evaporated vegetables'calledjulienne cranberry, plo with tho lattice ,wortt > statne. Ignoring the friendly counsel of "Fronde on which even to omptO'
))>r. Jim's front door. Ho opened It. A mart should start out la life with' ,":;add much to these soup jver.' Baltimore American. our foreman: 'We'll take another drink were' women, ba* stopped *
Village cqnstable and a docen: ex1 heTTeternilnatlon never to.-sa |lftca..bI. f A few- cans of smoked beef- come In before we go,' be said 'Everybody In Istence'of' six,, jx-arvbecau** U'didn't1! *
citizens were there. "Father Tom 'rlendsblps. lIe must keep them alive nicely., 'Frizzled beef prepared VTttem HU Wife Appiwclitt Him.' the bouse come up and take a drink pay. ; ., s s'Thtrticn ro'
been hotr' they fairly howled at 01' cacrlfi e a part of his manhood and, tn 'a very palatable manner,even, ,A woman never knows what a' good *. with Paul Prlojt +< .J 1 1
Jphyslclan. *. a part of bis success. There must though butter and fresh milk be of the: Man her husband 1* until she has beard. I '"The inmate of''tho-, pincer to the :. now theatres: ,, t., cost *

r, )tar felt his knee tremble under 13 a live wire' kept continually 'bo--" nartalnable. Freshen the beef by his account. of other ,,"om e.'* 'ho I number ,of possibly twenty. ,wuj'' bad I (D.000.000. are building'ta.New'. ; York.

i ,The,. Constable! who bad some ween: him and them.-Succe. **., calalng In hot 'water.i. 'To ., ,table-. band>> been witness- what.. had occurred .City,, - ,/ .

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-< . . \ Is tour ;life Worth:
' Night for Publication.Ia .
x .MotMiMC ,Ruffle This New LjeaderyJohn KI ."_ at .

Circuit 7th Judicial Circuit. I The 'I ne"of bad IUCk It So Bottle' bf.VWdefr
: Sharp Williams the new Democratic :Tha following letter'Is from a 'gentleman the Court,_ County, Florida, r' Tij3ra ..< ,.
loaderjn the House of Uepre- I who :recentV visited Kisslm-. lu Cban...". LET .

entatlvea. has one distinction( above Ida Hayavi > 4 ; that seems to have no turn-
mee, and. recounts his experience In S ,0111 for 1..u.ftl :

.his oollegues. Ho 1* thtr.only; member trying to.reachthe depot after night, DeWitt It appearing 1I.a,by,).aMda'. -ll-,appended the bill IMPRESS'ing'Can. be turned into a, rejr .

of ooogres who was 'a aclioolmate o, when returning to 'his home: In the above mated oaua that INN lit Ha>., ohooefeudaet If you consult us

I", the German .m eror. They were together "I had -& 'decided adventure the Slate of Florida therein, and named his realdeuco la. a resident la unknown of the, about the kind of Fertilizer

at Heldlelierg Williams < morning, 1 loft l your 'housfe. After and be had la accreting ixm him himavlf, and ta ao over that UM aervloe ass ui'lwcliryone via.not. THIS yoirn.ed for your soil. ..

... willing to forget It t, but Ma friend. leaving the. gate' ran againsta! tree yean; It la therefore ordered that ash) Write fore our little bookletUPON < f
-. ud knocked the baric off also the defendant be. and ha la neraby reuulrvd to appear '
will not and be l I. pointed trou. Fertilizers, ivfici1sfteeforthe
out on
akin from. face at the same time.. lu the Hill of Complaint tiled 1n aald cenason IlV GU
a4 the my or before Monday the ?tlt day ol IMreinber :
galleries with as n listh| enthuslaam' Malting
I stepped along and ran against ,the A D tWH, olhrrwtau floe alltfatlonaol. salt billw \
if be were Foultnoy Blgelow.., leaning post at the corner of the lot 111 t" taken aaconfi-akHI b fcodanl. I fHlQliest
: this: ;
yF' li U furtherordered that order Is pubIlihed -
\ Williams is from Mississippi, a lawyer (telephoneguard ). The pose I OUQO> a week fat err eons cutive1! weeks It'd

and cotton planter: ..and has been and so did my head.: But undismayedI I 110 the Klaarmtuee'dtuV tiasette a ikewrapapnrpubllahed : Gakn Price
t continued on a few paces further, lu aald County and elate. Ii"-
r in- congress for ten. "yearsTHeis highly and fell over. cow with my head in This NovomborSth: l'"V. J\O.t; M. LitE. ; t Paid I lor bru .Bone?, i

educated,. speaks several different' language close proximity the ground and my ,faial.1 Clerk CIeultCourt.;: : fie heworldto p reduce''a i

,J *, U somowbafr-of"a-wttj- gocSd; heels /floating in mid-air with a tendency By W, R.. aoHN, TON.Olurk.' I FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING Iclne for the cure of all forms of

deal of a story teller and can'make a assuming toward a bold the plguaet front Vcrius.1 advanced Still J. V. TAYLOR. -euty- rI r----' - coj nay and Bladder troubles. and dlsespeculiar '
ttollollor for Complainant.Oreier '
';f humorous speech if, the*,occasion re cautiously toward the white line of the \ OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. to women that will ecu

h qjires.These: attributes' make him street leading south to Uroadway. 1 1thlnkl 1 A Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. ND!

-'-. popular with his fellows, and added tothem.are : drove up about, two hundred For Publication. W.; B. MAKINSON CO., KISSIMMEE, E'LORIDA.' eight >per cent of the cases treated i

BsJ- head of cattle in the bourse for the a : Smith I Sure Kidney Cure that. b j
wide l ; :71'. Clrcul4Veotohl eoooooecjbcoooogoooooooooooeoooooooooooooctaooooooocxiiC.
a knowledge 1! of, legls- Iu the Clrtmlt Court. Judicial under observatlonhave been
HBO! of the ranchman x>f Klssluimee. County.. Florida, ..=------ our oWe
t laiive method, ,a keen mind, and an When I arrived at Broadway I made In CUaa-ery "' sell our medicine on a poiltjffuarrartee

instant readiness, In debate!. the attempt' to fernsa over to the side. C A .Klrklaud if directions arefolloand !

{ lie will) be a good leader for he keeps walk on the south side. In so doing I Margaret v'Kirkland.. {\ Dial for.Divorce A.. CARSON' President. N.' C. BRYAN' Secretary. money' will be .refunded tt cure.]
fit a01Aavlt bltl, not effected. .,t
I did notremain the :
. : fell Into a ditch. However It appearing by appended to
.his assault ruffle Williams
y 1.empel'0 clLn. in that. condition song, as I : Died lu the above. autod cauaq.tliatMargaretKlrkfand < Price 60 cents'and 11.00. For sale i
,, lie is calm and smiling through I the defendant lhfr lu vearned la a 3? 3E3C 33I Ooeola] 'Pharmacy. t'
the sta. _
to hasten to
was compelled nmldeiit. of the mate of Florida, and' her retldenre :...r'w '
n *5 ,...' the bitterest passages with the Itopub thin, where I found midnight darkness la unVtiown\ and la at'crvllng herself ao
m- .: .* human form to assist that .ervlce. cannot bo had upon her and la
Means. The leader who and &ndtUGI. .
jsputters the of II In 1)11) ivlore. / '
over: age tinty-one veers; I
X ',' :a. fume's is lost, for, he 'can not get his me in myforlorn condition. I have orderedI..I..ld defendant be and ana-la lit-ru' Waters & Car n Grocery Co.
often beam what a superb electric by required to appear u the Hill of C'ouinlalnt _
? own people to follow him to say nothing plant Kissimmee has, and: what a benefit Died In aald vaiiae.on or before Monday the Tch. .
'of an" the day of WeoemlM-r A I> liOU. otherwise the allygaCIoua t -. i-Wholesale aad Retail Dealers la '
making Impression on It. is to all persona who dwell of salt bill will betakenaseodetsed. rJa
-# < ;ot.ber'aide.. within its most'hallowed gates.It By acid defendnnt., -
It la further ordered that tlila order b* pub
'w' Williams Is a r'egulajtDemocraU He .He Found a Cure.- I.lted ono! a week for live ronitotiutlvu works GRO"C.E-R.IES
In the Kliwlnintee Valley Uacetu, a nuwipaperpublitihed t ,
has followed the
t party through every R. n. Foster 318 S. 2d Street, Salt In a,ld County and Stator ,1''
,devious 'path. ITo was for Cleveland, Thus Nov filh. ItNia. - .
been bothered
take City writes: 1 have -
'c and he was for Bryan. Now he is with .dyspepsia or indigestion //.1. l Clerk ('trcult Oonrt-I.1 ?)1V COII'I-' ;' AGENTS FOR _ _.l_ _
for have tried By W R JO1IN TOJI;
.r preaching-the doctrines of get-togethbr. twenty-one years,
H '- .' His principal vrorkln this congress many doctors without relief, but I I J 1* TAYI..DR.' Deputy ir A :Y CRATESGRAIN
have found [Jt>rblne. I Celebrated
will I.* to securp stronger Democrats it to a cure all my in friends who are recommend Solicitor! for Complainant. J Fertilizers I

on the big committees of the House, afflicted that, way and lit is curing them Notice of Application to .Sell E T J.ter .

f He argues, and"justly that the Demo- too. 500 art all druggists. Lands. :::z.- Circular..a4 Prices _

+ s crate have been handicapped since the X7X Fnrnlaued on Application.HIPvE'S .%',,

,Republicans have had control of congress Favorite Family Remedy. Notice la hereby given lhat twill, oil the 7th MR.S. L. S. ADAMS:.

44 Frequently accidents. in the day of December, A, I>:T.xi.\ *, petition the County .,......,.... ;4 -
by a lack of application of the ..occur: Ju.go of timeola. County State a if Florida, Of Te>au aV
household, which cause burns, cuts, for au order to edict private salt the following FtJRS WOOL "WI, & of Cardul Indeed blesskito "
"minority members of the committee. )
sprains and bruises; for. use in such real estate 1ying.ud being In Oaoeola county, ,
,Williams believes in work. He wants Ballard's Snow Liniment has aid State of Florida: dorurlbod aa follows: bred women. having" Iufterad for
cases' The South half of the Houthwrit quarter [S'< even year with wtakntt and bashIng .
,( men on the committee who will be able' for many years been the constant.' favorlto of $WJ,) Suction nine ((10). < 'p XA, 8 of R Si K -down pains, and having ld 4 law
r x r to dUcuss measures when they comeontbe femily remedy. 25c, 50c ands 1.00 Also' heulnuliig" the oW corner of 8WU of Cou'satr: ; r :Erou.o'e: a. Speo.1a.l't-y.; oral l dater, anJ diffrrent rwmdiM.
at all druggists.! B\\ )" fleo. VH, T'p ill H. R 3.1. thence running!f K2WI : .
flour, and points out that. of I late << yard, theme North 140 }'ard, thence we t with no success your Win of Cvdul
f :2HO yard, thence south 110 yanla to place of lie c. the which ...
""""" """" KWeAtI WAS only thlij helped ,
i b "years the Democrats In tIle II ufjeLave Eluiilng. the same being the property of Lewis
Notice' of Application to Sell Aufftiatutt Alderman, a minor. and eventually toted me It teemed U

not been as faithful, In comml'ee' as Personal 1> o\. 2nd. HUM. . _. -' build up the werS! !part, ttrtnjlhea
'))71 i they should been. Ho thinks' times Property. T. F. ALDERMAN the system and| correct: ItrtjuUritk"
Notice la hereby given that I wir, on the'4lh Guardian of Lewis Auguatua I '
are propitious for Democracy. of :t\- .5t Alderman miUor. I ;;;;;"
Y r day January. A U. 11101.! apply to the County I ITI1E By "tired "' Mn. Adams
William most famous speech was Jiuiice of Om-eola Coiuty, t funds for an order 'JI morini nervous womcii who havtdisordervd
to sell din
at private title these oer' lUicki of I
n ,In defense: of, admiral Schley in the cattle marked and branded. oil.iwt, Marked Notice of Master's Salt; iiifnsen, falling' of,the
under,lope lu one ear, bolt uml. rnlrk In (Iho womb, ovarian troubles or of
: any
cODlI'e8l.7 .
> seventh He and. oertain-dirree
': ifty, wrote a other branded LA, half, dUmond above; also trader )In purau.neeof a High Grade Whiskey these aliments that have. I
rendered on the IkKlny of July I'.tM, by the women
lOt of verses "Oli who iaCrOwnlnshield marked ovortilopv udcrbit in one err
; crop ,. .
uudernlck In the other,"branded KZ, half illiv HiinoratilcJ W Lo<-k -. Judge of the Circuit: You con -" vourtelf at home with I
papa?" and read themIn mood above;. std lUx-Itt of cnitlu'betng 1 the Ccmrt, of cb.1..1...)" tlta... for the SouthernDiatrletnfFiorida.lnAhane.ry tide p; t ,i ji.n': reutndy", Win I
prontrty of !>ora Frauds Acres, Huh. bitvlleAcme lilting. In a Ca ... has
of Vine of CarJui
the course of-hls speech. The verses certain caioe therein 1) B rltai c In, a.* Re. : ,
Steven Albert Acre, Martha! knee ..
had for their refrain the statement that Agree and Margaret Zed Acres, raluur children reiver the NatlouxlRailway. Jtlldlng cud l lIx cured f'1 t! -ids of. cases which I
of C If. Aoree >au Aaaoclatlon la complnlnant and knee I IWheclrlght r doctoral. ; i I' etdtolxmeftl.Vh: !
Rear-Admiral Crownlnshleld.who was Cfl ACREK. and Kmmntt Howard Tel>ojii, A C.AFE: not b't, well Uxiay? >Afl
Clayton Tc-boaurKTOlae F Tebeau and Edna 1Tebeau ,
; chelf of the Bureau of Navigation of Dee. 2rd Natural 19 a.Notice. Guardlau of Said Mluori. minor, and V Solon Fleming luardlanad drUI1lI.14 LaO f 1.00 bottles. For
tL the NavyDepartmentduringthe. tHem of acid minor are reNHindenU| ., I. any **''r.u' .'. !liver or bowel disorder
war __ ..wl b. Spain and-one1 of the most actIve of Master's Sale. llo ano'lon expoae. for sale aud sell for caah to -Near Passenger Depot Kissimmee } 10".c. n.J. BlackDraughtshould '
the hlghefUbldder before the Court House door 1
i in the anti-Schly propaganda, was Under ami Intunucnceof a certain rtorrenderud ,'! of the Circuit Court lit and for the (;0..1)of. Hotel and the Graves House, . i I ll1tfvmt.ma44r Ma ,.Tlvtltfl I
"the greatest. tar that ever stayed un the lat day. of July. I 1WX by the OKieola Btate of Florida,during the hours of ChaU"i, La-iiM, AdvtKiry ll>aM- I
"t ashore.". The House roared wlt.h' llcin. 1. W Ijorke, Judceof th. rlrpult Ourt .>f l public sale on' : : Twin.<\ ;:- MMllrlae f' ; I

,laughter.--Collier'B(: Weekly.Confining the Unlteoi 81.te. for the Bo'ithern Dlrtriri of TUESDAY DECEMBER 8TB 1903 '" A' R. ARDENt Propriotor. .. ,
Florida. In Chancery sitting In a curtain rails the following real estate, tr- vii: ,
wh< relu D UManclltr. u Receiver of the N..- The south of number .
: Spell CaaaodDeath lot coven ((7)
IIm..laall..y BulldliiK\ and Iran. AaMHlutlonIticompulniint W N OFCARDUi
of block IIII..oor..811 (7, of the tenth I"I..rlla f fRailroad
7P I "Hatty': Ducltwe1t.aJ: 25 cfioked to .".1 Hurannnh A Waldruii' ia Survey In their Addition to Klnlmmee .
; y I rap.ndentl.Cbas.SAdama, AI 8rH-ol I Wmtor City and fronting fifty' feet Church
If.o( ) on
tJ Qeal.h: early yesterday morning at his .hall It publlo anc-llo-i expn-a for a.III MIX' Htreetand runiilug back writ oue hundred a-d
home, in the presence of his wife;'.and *ell for ruh to tbe hiKheKt bidder before theCnnrtllonednnrofthe forty-two (U j) feet to an aUv,.. Also lot on w (I) ; I now have the Largest stock of Wines Whiskies

child.$Ue contracted a. slight cold a few for: the County of Oaceola State, Court of FlorMit In and, of block """ of O'Nral'a and Onborne'a Addt d and Been ever handled in KJssimmee. All r 9 <
Ion to the town of Kladmmre-C'ltv and front
.. days ago and paid but little attention durlcj: the hour publlo sale' on Inl( OIl Street .l.xt)' 'I'MI l) feel, running ,, g. ikdesjtjt prices to suit the times -,
.'t.i'; to it. Yesterday morning he was TUESDAY, DECEMBER TH, 1903 back one hundred and Sty. feet((1VI) loan alley i HO FARM OD ;
,a..:' seized with a fit of coughing/ which all the following( real eolala. In the town of Kl- and bounded o-. the east oy. Orlando avenue.
.r) ' ;., continued for sometime. Hi la. wife sent inimee. O.oeo a County: Florida to-wit: The abnu being, In Beetlou" twenty-one .((21)). A GROVE OF14l
; ' Ix>tnuml> (,2)ofboeknumberfourtren; Township twenty-five' >) Houth Range twoutv- . :.
t 1' "J for a pbysiclain but before he could nltie b'! East, and "Nectlon' (in'ruwnshlp .I.
y ; t14l of Patrick' Addition to acid town of Kialmmee ( ) twenty-two (22)) .. , : ___ .
( ,arrive; another coughing 'spell came said ( <,uth, It nge twenty.resisictively
Wt : lot fronting two hundred and pen \ .
d'on' and Duck-well } died from suf (Will: ) melon Hiudnlph blreet/tOKOther. wi,h all tilna (JV> Ca l. : together with all 3"CTO- rr.e..A.DE: : .A"", SJeOI.A.Lrry::: : :
'f} '! ..
wad altiBiilHr the tenements. hereditamentptdepplirteosnceatherenntobelonging.or s. d alngu'ar the tenoineole. bereditamenta and -
t.tocat.loo.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat
; ,, appurtcuancea: thereunto belonging or lu any.rlwappertelniugand *
t.j.. . ", sd 1't Den. 1, 1901." BallardV lloreboundra e"pertlrtingaId also all the right.In-Ill' nywlca 1 ', :: also I all the right, titleInlereat i i
.' ;1: would l"ler..1 and claim ot ,. and claim of the respondent therein
: Syrup ,have saved -blm, ;'ie. the said, respondent Uieio- .
In and thereto. : and thereto. T. -' ---- ,
BOo and ' all druggists.. CHAR.8.A.DA"'I.!' CHAS S.. ADAMS, : t

r M..ur. Special! Mut.r.801n. .
+' 'Teeming,'with good things adapted CPOPEB A: COOPER. Special COOPER A .COOPKR
Soles for for Complainant. t
'.'I to women of different tastes' the January Complaluant.. 7R. BUTLERT

number of _the New idea Woo T. .
lr r 'mane Magazine 'present* a most at ': ATLANTIC
IF trarllve appearance Among its COAST LINE RAILROAD CO.

prominent utilitarian Articles Is one A A

a1 'upon "Laundering1," the fourth 'in a SCHEDULE INJKFFECT MAY 21. 1908. BRANDIES

f'l aeries upon "'Profitable Industries .40 XI bTATlUNSlampa 21 85 6 ALES WI.NES. G

e 'for Wouneft,." from the pen of Sarah 7110. 8 os p Lv. . .. .. . ,.. .... ... . . ... ... . .. . . . . .. . .. ... Ar 72'at 10831' ..
Slater.. J.f'rancelVl1s0n.. has retold S 13 a 9 07 p Lv40a ... ... .. . .. ..1 J. . . .. Plant city; . . .. . . . . . . . . . Ar 2iaft V 4S p WHISKIES- .'!' _.aa.. AreA 't
1i ", V Mp Lv. . .. . . . ... .... . . ..Lak aland . . .. . . . ... . . . ..... Ar OOa Vlhp L erne' ...( L They ANO
." the pathetiostory of Charlotte Temple 1043a1127p. Ar. .. .. . .. . .. .. . . . KI..lnunee. . .. . .. . . . .I... 4 V4a 7/1p __ .
,;. In charming way, and Grace Porter 10 'al1&1a; Ar .... .. .. ... .. .... . . Orlando. . ... .. .. .. .. . ..'. .. .Lv' 5 :JU* 7ltp
k Hopkins. writes delightfully of "Prom 11 Ma 1 06aW40p Ar .. .. .. .. . . . ... ....fianford ... .. . . . .. . . . Lv 220a1U4: 626p E
} l'611a . ... . . . .. .. . . ACCOS.E CATALOG
Ar .Orange city Junctl-n. . . .. .. .. . . .. .Lv.Lv A ait. AND GRIFFING'S
inent Washington Hostesses./ "There ,IMp ....... Ar.. .. .. .. .... ..... ... ..OeLand, .. . .... .... . . ..... . .: . ..*. 4 Wp CIGARS TQ .
rt r are stories of exceptional merit and 2 : p 4 60, Ar...... . .. .. . .... .. .. .. .. '.ala ika. .... .. .. .. . . . . ... ..l.v 11 OSp/ 5 8ft p
4 ) p 780a Ar. '.." ., ,' .. . . ..Jecksonville..1.v 1> lOa 1 l Kp TELLS ABOUT TIIEk. >

:i t'a': ; with fashions orlglnaltyrandhmerittandtithe forth] the 7 40 aoa Lv. ..... .. ....'.-. .... .. ... .. .. .... ..8T.ATI/oJl.1antf'A. $.j,..'. ... ..... .. ? : .... . ..Ar lu HU-.M!sop/ .A aT Twenty touting varieties ot Parma"'1 1jUao

? set represent newest S aid Lv .... .. ..;-.."... ..,.. .... .. . ...Lakeland... .. .. .. :..... .rrr... .. ... . .. ....Lv 9 ">pn Anheuser-Busc'h Beer ;
M" "i;" ,? of,new.idea in !the world. 'ot costume. 1aSlieLv. ... .. . ...,.. .. ........... ............Dade City.. . . . .... .. ... .. ,. ... . . .Lv A AHp a complete line of Fruit and] Ornamentaltreaandshrubbery j
: .., .. .'"...' t', -' ./ tV" ... ... .. . .......... ....... .... .. llrookavllla .. . . . ... .. .. . \:... . .. .. .Lv 4 ftftp.V '
1160 : ' ON .
.I..:.,"t' .A Frightened Horae.. .I tfOP-Lv. .**v... ..1.:.t:-.:::: .::,'.:::::::':::IRe.bnag.:: ::::':.:::.::':::::::::.:::.::.::::: :: :: '8 4 (4liLv Tip( | L .

".... ) -- 5 ifip Li....... ................... ...:... telneevlile.} ..... ... .,. . .... ..... .. .. . .,Lv U: 87p Catalogue Fr. .;
. ,,. 'tOoDIDlllike mad down the street II Ou" .?.. .. .. ...............t..:...High Hprle ga .. .. .. ...,.. ....... ... .. :. .. . ,... 1 Ilia < > AddroHn
.: 7f"'i' j' dumping the hundred I aopLv. .. ,. ., . ... .........\. .... ........ ;Uve O.k....... . . ..... .. .. .., .. .. .. . . . ... v 10 Ida( o Can only be found In Klsalmmee ,on Broadway 0 Ii
: other occupants ora a lop Lv. ...... ....:.. .. ..............:. .. .. ..I. . ... . . .. .. .... .:..... .. ... .. . . .-.Lv g &U Street at the BRICK BAR BUILDING. THE QAJF'''IIIQ .>>oa. oo....
A'l" ..t',1.. accidents, are every day occur- 6. :afip! Ar .. .. . .... .. ... ... ... .. .. .. _..Waycr.ea. ... .. . .., .. ... . . . ... Lv. 7 Wa B o 0 JAofraonvgLJ.1. pLA,
..t-: r' ,' rences. It behooves everybody to 40 ; fcT- mwtt

,J. have. reliable. Sal ve' handy and 7 80 a S ORp Li. .... .. ...... ;. .. .. ... .. .. .ATIONU.. . . ... . .. ... .. .. .. .. . .ArlO$5p725a: .. . .. ..... ,
'- :-, there's none as good as Bucklen's 81St 07 p LvH . ..... .. ....;..... ........PI""tII... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. . . L v' 141p N
!Arnlea-Satve.. Burns Wa 1MI' Ar .. ... ... . ... .... .... .. ..Lakeland ... . ..' .. ... ...... .. :.. Lv shop B..U. T.LE..R BUY THE
Cuts Sores, 10 *a 10 271* Lv .. ,..., ..,......-0\i7....'" ..........- .:..". ..h= >.r..nrLV 7.60p640s RT .. ,
:Eczema and Plies disappear quickly] . . . J2 Ma Lv ..... .. . .. .... .. .. ..... .Arcadia ... .. .. .. . .. .. . ..... .....L.I/ III 1'... . .. ,
under Its soothing effect. 25c, at ... 1 Ma Ar..." ..... .. Punta lords . . .. . . . .. .. .l.v 4 Oftp.. e
.Osceola' Pharmacy: ,&11* -BTAT1ON8, 118 "
t: r .6 l IIIp Lv.. .. ... .... ... . ... .. .. .. ... .. .... .Tampa. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., ....... .. . . .. ..Ar 7 lAa.Lv -N--- IGf(
*C SOp Ar. .... .. .. .. .. ..... ... ThonoU eaana.. . ''' '' '' '''' .;... .... ... .... C OO a ,
Mistake. --- ------ --
ACotttly *Dally i Kacept Sunday.:

I3lunderi 7 HO'&'8 Sop . .. . . . . .... . nd Line Tampa Ar Ind Mn . .. .. .. . .. .. . ...11IJOtoIl80p
are sometimes very 81I>6D- 9 80 a /A0p..,.. ... ........ .. ..Ind Line St.! Petersburg Lv Ind Line.'... .. .... .. .. .. t or>a 4 Sip ..
;' live, Occasionally) life itself is the . ... /5 SOp.. .., .... .... .. .. ....A C I. LY St. Beterabnrg Ar A C L.... .. .. ... . ...... S /roe ,SEWING MACHINE fl1.
price:of a mistake, but you'll never be ... .. lIl7p: .. . .. .. ............. OL Ar Uellalrtv A C L.. . .. ..... .. .. .... 8 OOa ... ,
.. .. ..r.T7ir.J. . ... .., .., '
t' 8 l. .,.uAOLArClearwaterLvACL r. .
,4 r wrong If you take Dr. King' New ,. ..,.14111'... ...i'' ..... .. .,. ....A.CLAr\unedloL..AC L. ...... ........ .. . ; .. 7BKta.. ; t>o not be deceived by tboxo who ** ;

'for'D.pepsla. Dizziness hel dacbe. .. ... 766p..ACLAr.. arponltprtgnsLvACL., ... . .1.) ... .:. ... ..74&n. .. ... : MAYNARD LUMBER; CO vertlwe a $00.00 Sewing Machine lei j J f

yet :'Liver1 or' Uowel troubles.. 'They are 40 M M n\ 85 21 7M. 120.00. This kind of a machine can It
8 8 Lv'Jackaoovllle Ar 9 on 1 lop 9 801P\ LT JackionTlHaAr ArLv 4 Oil" -
gentle thorough' at Osceola..t'barm Oftp'8 HOp Up & cop be bought from us or of our
rd 2icf 10 IIII' 6 iftp 10 0'N Ar Wa'ol'Oli tv II lOa 1185* 6 nip 114 p ValdontaAr 4 Sic any: .*
t 1. __ ., I I lea V BOp 18 40p Ar Savannah l.T 8 Nun 8 40. a nip 101\ a Thoma.Tl'.. Lv 8 Ilia dealers from $15.00 to 1800.
a 2.1& 4 Mp Ar Charleston LvU ESp A 2ft* II QIa Ar MontRom'ry. Lv 7 SIp Saw and Plariing Mills| WE MAKE A VAUirrV. 'r
Ar Lv
._ 1204p Birmingham 84Op ,
Ar Lv :
.rd..Honhouacll Myrup. Wilmington 7IOp Ar. NaahTllie Lv 88Op THE NEW HOME IS THE '
Y 7 SOp 8 4Hn'Ar Rlcb pond _v if 0/1./ 7 !2.1' 1210-- Ar Evansville Lv 2 tin a . .
3' Immediately relieves hoarse' croupy 11 4111'(> 7 His. Ar Washington lie S tea 8 ] pAr 916 a Ar OilcnKO Lv 7 oop r Now In operation. Complete House Bills Furnished. The Feed determined the .tre < ti:
cough oppressed, .raullngrasping 1 t Baltimore Lv2$7'2 l'2p ,Ar 8t Lnu li 1 . weakfteHS of "
Y. Machines. '
4 WVa 11 22a Ar Philadelphia IvllOla 11 Ma .0" Yellow and Pitch, Pine Timber and Lumber-of all Kinds. Hewing a'
and difficult breathing. ? Hen-y C. 7 OH< 1 6ilp: Ar New York tv 9 Zip 8 2M i 230" Ar fxmliTllle Lv 8 00 a Double Feed combined with 1
Stearns Druggist: \, Shullshurg. Wisconsin . 72" Ar (:Inrlnol\t( ..Lv 11 oop makes .
OecERS: :: :IrILJ.rED: PROMPTLtY.MAYNARD :: strong' points the New Ito
writes Mar tt); 1801: 'I harebeen'selling ; U 18 a Lv Montiiom'y y Ar 6i7pLT the best Sewing :Machine buy.
I Hal tard'a7 'Horehound ... 4 Up 'A, Mobile Ly J asp ::
Ft Ci :
'Syrup for two yeaa,. and have never 12111' Ar NewOrlea'a, .26. LUMBER _Cp. Write f forCIRCUURSS'm.!:

: >r-: rbad. a preparation that has given bete e' PORT TAMPA-KEY WK9T-HAVANNA UNK. I.
if .
. that'when I XjeHTB Port Run<1aya,, Thuradaya. 3 M 1Zt : manufacture and
,j>": "t'';. ter satisfaction. I notice Tamp 1t111 p TOBO we prices bofbrwpureuai'THE ,
> ,' I Arrive K>jr Wnl Mond y., Frltlaya. 1\ p n\ "
'' Mil bottle t.be1'come for more* .. *
a 11// .
Went FridavaSacurdajra
Leave KT Monday : 7 80 p m
can',: honestly recomend It.) '',25c, I;'SOojind Arrive HaVanna,;' Tuesdays, ,, 6 on a m HEWHOME SEWlK. Mi Rrnr

; 81.00 at all J ,du glfljjt. ., Leave llavaniia-. Tue>ty. ,' R.'nrd"t., 12 oo noonArrive MorreTT'a Cons C orer..l faatlm : o".c; MAS..

J5 :. ...i ,; iri, 1" i.. it my.. i i f f 'Leave Key Key Went Went Tuesdays Tiiwrtnn,, BnturrUv Sutnnlaya' ,, lit 8 110 SO p p m680pm m DUrrho aDyi nUry.,and, .38 Union Sq. N. Y., Chlcoao,ilL,Atlantis\ ,'

'';You'KnowWgat. :Yen .'Arc JnHma.When'yon ; Arrive Port Tampa Wedneadaya,, 8nul).. ,*. (Its Bowel trouble, t, '0. CALK: Mw 'M ;
..' Chlldre"of t
\: take 'Grove's TastelessChill i + THUPVOH CAR'' SERVICE.dlnl AliI Ag.. 1"-

71 Tonie, ttf'CaUie the formula Is Trams 32)Qd M carry Pullman .1..Ntr. between New York, Jarksonvllte and Port Tamps. EITIIINO POWDERS) AId Digestion.: RecuUlw I.'Iolter... ,
: bottle show- ',, "a.Mlre through between, Savannah and Jersev CILrr) day enaehea between Jark- uONtr : the 8owd.St19agtfwuCosts .
,.y plainly printed orneverjr 'D\'III. and Washington, 1'ullm..o 81..or. tr&l" 78 and... :kt between lachoCl1'lII.' aCId New. aM Child and Ia kU Who, wou'd keep, their. :children ..
Iron and.QuinIne 23 cents at
e fng that it U simply York and J.eksontill.'and bl"lI'o: without change.Cosst Only Druggists, .
: No Cure No Line VleameraloaT. Piintalo>Hia for Fort Myera an except
Jn tasteless, form JOt Mil it .....
to .
a : Sunday, 7 a, m., returning leave Myera A a. m., arriving. Punta trnrda 4 p, m. '. t C. J.-MOFrttTT. M.. D, "T. LOUIS. MO.' symptoms of worms and, remove til

.:/s> Fayv rto.., .. '", ''Thronnh Key Went Pnllnan and ltavana.teamen aleeper.between leave Port Port Tampa Tampa and Sundays New York and via Thuradaya both Atlantic: ILLS p. m.t Line ..Ttii"' b* *... D fc ""Sf1; 7 :ICTHmAfT.rthlnPew....) ...;. alBMl t.:Ia1u %, "S'iula; t a H a proprietary ., and our trade Ea .... yssatoodaas
In it -
',- > toa>1ily ln from our ardor the chlldreuh'pest tomb /t gets dl(
and Rontbera Railway. " aow.MOaslbssor.rsuM hd...._. ....... .......
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pin .aol rn.faenosa '
> 'L :'The Valley: CJazette: Prepared; to For full, complete and'relleblelnfnrmalion tanaMlng ratea, teNrratfonastacall.on Coart, Y ....nglatkemouianaf the eonarr. fee bq. lay .. I.a-&I.: ._, Ike tae wMm.r4 Lion at work sothat--their food./
Joe ticket! afnta or'' " ''T. O.-WniTI:!: Division, Passenger 'Agent, Tani..v Flat ... w a.ulcklUK twablaa loridnnt to t.ahln.. atel. of
'," ,1' *' 'atl kinds bf Job-'Work in 'an; up-tq. ,:W'.iRAIO.Oene''Ar..nt. ,. -'; 1, them good*,and therow'up' he

't... ;dote manner,ob\ short{ Uoe., J!,' Ii' ,II. M.EMER6ON.Tr.mcNanager; ,. 11Dln''D.'N., .,C...' wl. --/'I" I TEE LAMA .* IUXCUI If' Daad OO. yTaeUaata DnceMa... and strong,25c( at $UdrufirKists.i"Jp ;'

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