Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 11, 1903
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00102
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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W. O..T. U.HOTES.' ,'-"*" -- 6ENf'RAL* .-PRESENTMENTS.Dec'. : ; a1f't1'tI1tl"1'r'ttI1t'1"'r1t'lttI1'tttlttl'1f11111ttfffYrrlt1" ' ' ' jtIIU'"

'.Th.,Hesf Room" -< .
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The Rest Room under 'the auspioei lBCircuit' 'Court, Seventh ..Judicial :
DONT> FAIL Of the WVC..T. U, will be kept open Circuit, State of Florida, 'Owceoli I CIT'YB'A'KE'R'YEverything :
In the future for the comfort of the county. Fall Term-A. D. 1U03.To" .
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the Honorable Jndge of the Circuit S Eiit.
beglonlngr
'-* publlo Saturday Deo. 67 Good to .
i The room.wUI open at. 9 *. m. and Cotgrtof the Seventh Judicial Cit.cult -- ,
close at. 3 or 9 p. m,- Hot ooffee and In and for Osoeola county at = Fresh Bread cakestand' Pies B ''Day. 'l
..... : with andwltchei, faool'cracker8., the Fall Term. A. D.. 1903: = ,, very {(
1 To" see, our Tew :Line of Fur- will be kept for tale at. all hours of We, the Grand Jury, empanneled In ---- h
the day at a reasonable price. Tables and for Osoeola County. for the, Fall '
Queen Olives and : 50..Pepp.r.S&Uce Oc
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niture ar provided for those. who wish to Term 1003 A; D., having completedour E JS . ,
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Crockery HouseFurnishings. ''
: come in, and bring their own '-lunches labors, beg leave to make this pur _:, 'Sweet Pickles, 2Oc', Large Glass Jar Preserves SO
' and eat. in quietude instead 67 on the General Presentment' : 1 s: Mixed Pickles; 16o Assorted Jam. Glass" Jar ,IB
., \ :'. : back steps of the store or on 'tbp' of We have examined into all oases C. Plain Pickle VlO' and ISO Imp Sultana Raisin 96c. ''Ib.
dry goods boxes In the back yard of brought to our attention and have taken '
E Horse Radish & Mustard. IBo CaL Seeded Rai.lns'l60lb
the stores. of the deemed ,
day such action as we right
two) ,CARLOADS will be Tbejaper. early date, and Just as we understood the Laws of E ''Oyster Cocktail'' Catsup '20o ,California Seedless R's,:20o, ::; '7"
( Just Arrive Oaves'and a musical -instrumentare State 'Florida'' E Tomato Catsup,'160 Currants,'cleaned. ,- 1 So Ib "" .
'I provided for the pleasure of the We recommend thattheCounty Commissioners '
- Citron. Orange and Lemon Peel. Cinnamon. Allipace Mid
young people and they are all invitedto take. such action as is necessary pr
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., + spend their, evening ** the RestRoom toward the.ettlemeutofamounW, j .Cloves, Shredded Cocoanut. .None-Such'Mince: "Meat.;:. I

Chairs; ,, r.Bureaus :* '. of money due the County by'the Bond == Fresh\ Peanuts every day,'W Walnuts:Brazil Nuts, Pe.,

A responsible )patron will be In constant Trustees" C cane,, Almonds. .Largest Stock .Candy In town..
attendance.:. One of the 2eUos We have by- Committee examined -> Laundry. lC l
E Agent for'' Steam .'
and buildIngs ; . . ,
HatrackH,. of this room is to make visits t.Q town the county officers' records --
: of the Women especially the mothers and report as follows: "t
; Rockers, with children- more pleasant and We, the undersigned, as'committee '
Iron; Beds, confortable provide. place, where appointed'- xamlne the books 'of = Diamond X Butter.;,Pure. From pure'c m. '"1 Lb Pkgs:'.'=
they may wait for their husbands or county officials, complied with, .., "
,{ Book Cases. brothers may sit down and talk over our duties to the best of our aballt,:; IttlitiluiulltltlililuuUtllllilli11t111u1111111111iuLUlill rill
of the day with out, betgsubjected We find the books of the various officials .!
KitchenSafes to any teinplatlms.-.-::._ neat and correct, as far as we : 'rr
, Tell your friends to call' and 8... the can judge from our ability to examine -i
SideboardsAnd I Rest Room and rest. ,when stein same.. ""
town ., We find the office copies of the COl'j ,
Come.In. and rest.-. Press Reporter. lector's books for the years I
.. 1895 inclusive, to be in, bad. conditionas :

In fact.fl Frequent comment has 'been 'made to binding the leave. being looser 1 .
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during the recent wet tad dry, campaign and some are to danger of being lost State;Ban Wissimmee
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upon thojact that=no personal We recommend thai.the: Board \
Commissioners.
bitterness has enterrd Into the conflict. County hare "same .

MIDPIEIE.DON'T : LINE E Apparently state of things an unusual during and an surprising election- bound. R. T..BUTLER, ...

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. campaignThe G. T. U. has not simple been, opposing fact Is.'theW..men ....- LJ.'K.' ,IutLIAED. : 'to Customers Erery ;Taclllty;. ,.
'. We the undersigned committee'
appointed
but for a principle, We
contending
: have frequently been told that. ,if the to House building bave :Consistent,with.Sound Management..

I YOU -li ED A NEW STOVE ? law the saloons were enforced as they it*'have.wouldclose'rp been cOn.' compiled of the Court with our duties and find the ..... <'r'

ducted.' But that would simply mean same. will be 'In good repair when Personal Attention 'to All f ,.Business, lntnute; .to Vs.;

Come that the business"Would be taken flora work now pending is complete' I ........ ,' .. I'' *
aid seethe O. W,
one man and given to another andiudglog BEST '
from results as we "find them JOHN JOHNSTON N. ',B. CARSON, OA.HI: ::
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improvedIron : it is all but. impossible conduct- thebusiness JOHN LAMB. h
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M. J. BASS, -.
lawfully: It U not sue a . .
W T. LANKFOKD,, ,
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pleasant that a man -woaid '
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A. c.: WEIGHT.
King choose it.unless he knew there 'wasrood '
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The above 1. respectfully .
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money in It; and yet the law restricts "
'We wish to thank.the State Attor
f'"n' w him on every side If he Uses for (assistance rendered us andtbeCourttot'ooiirtiiesexteude1 ++++... . IIIU.. t I t... If.
'. patern; or a means to attract-custom, as every en- and . ,
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ergetiQbuiineBS-man-will: 1.Mes8r8. 1.- r THE <<
: -l hanilsoTne -Steel- --'; .liutler and, Bearden have ask to be discharged. : '
D1: -PORTER, Foreman. 'J:
,. told us above their_ own signaturesthat :
have teen A.'E. DONeJANClerk.! Klssitnmee Ice
.. Range. they may negligent"Ip Company .
regard to selling to minors in.the' R.'M.' CfaaTor,ales .at.Mla..l. :

:: = 'tOur, Crockery,_ Glassware; *. Lamps,- past business.'admit; but no"now minor A pledge'pledge to :'their which themselves place if faithfully to of. shocked. On'Monda to bear, last of the this sudden oommulty and was unexpected Is .Now Ready ,,for; Buslness. y.. tt"'! .>

and \Yicdow 'Shadesare4BEAUXlES. kept. will relieve many a -moth death of tt.M.I' Chafer at MI- ,13:' TAKE. THIS/METH.Oa'pF// : I INF.dFiMlNa'THE.PfiO.pie '
Rugs, Mattings er's heart.. But it will eventually ami. The ryenerable' gentleman was 'W' : -
t serious for along time an honored citizen. of of Klsslmrhee and territory that '
I prove a .restriction on their contlgyous ,we are/no : ;
ii; 1 '. buI le.8. The best paying' patrons of Klsslmmee, and his demise is univerpally solicit1' their ... *
the saloon,' those who most time deplored here lie was the manufacturing a superior.Quality: of toe and paW .
-When inspect- and money there are last becoming, father of Mrs. J, W,* Watson of this for the same.. At ala.rl'eexpense we have"'equipped' out/ plant.
r r2asB Hss -{ and she, accompanied by her: '
place
or already are habitual drunkards. with the.best machinery 'that money'' could buy'andr&re''lddbly;, :

f I ee HARDWARE our Furniture Here and if again"the the laws,law restricts-the upheld,1'sale\ receipt husbandand of: the son telegram,, immediately conveying upon the I pleased with the results of ''the trial,'that,, has"',been' liven it tbte-.< .
are rigidly
a. we have been promised .they shallbe sad intelligence, departed for. Miami. week. We are profoundly grateful for the"enCOUl'N'ement to far.?.

" .. I r ask to see. the new. ,,these men too will be refused as We glean the following account'" of given us and shall endeayor to merit a continuance.: of! your' good.
customers. Where then :will the future Mr. Chafer's death from. the Miami will and patronaa .by straight dealing;down'Weight and first-otose
I IR t 1 Automatic Drop* patrons of the saloon come fromIf Record of Tuesday: will ,
"R. M.,Chafer a well knowif'busi goods. Tickets pa sale after to-morrow and our ptiotis *?

\ ATHead Machine tfie? *boys In no may other not business acquire the is-it appetite expected ness man died very suddenly and un-' .'( satisfactory.,. Free delivery by our own wagon or1 that1!. MrMv J.. .

Sewing =: of a merchant that he shall refuse expectly at his home on Fourteenth ,Gardner,, who! will handle. ,our"product.: ;_.
'.' .1 a somethingnew to suppU his best customers with street, shortly, after has 8 o'clock 'beena this : ;. ,,> *-' .' Very re jpe 4fottr,' t
Mr. Chafer long
; morning ? " '
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/ Ms produce or not solicit ncw;ones. sufferer from heart disease and for _- : < '.D. T Y 3UMMERLW. ,
The business is "
evil
and reeognlted as and the two bars 'been greatly PHONE 101 t"t= Manacr.:
convenient evil only, Its whole tendency'-Is to de- past day or disease.He . .
troubled wlt.b.t.be'. wasrestless -
moralize and f'Most
''degrade. aptly
'V "' and at; .about ; has; It been said: It breeds; contemptfor during the night, spending . .. ..,.j..' ',"' .
a large part of it\seated\, 'In. a chair.
law. It creates lawlessness." .
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This morning Mrs Chafer called him C 7 r '
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oodelorbidi'apore
An unwritten moral -
the d(
-- 7 half price woman from any'contact with I... to breakfast., andreceiving no ''reply' .. ." .... ,

-. tI peddler's. goods. It and Is=In her\ a It.virtue now-. ,.if sho, touch,,>taste went with his to .him bead and burled.found in'him bis.seated/ arms, CHANGE IN BUSINESS-rNEW. ? ,FIRM.';;! ...

" hale ', Christian Temperance which were resting on the back of another -,
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chair. She spoke to him,;; but a. '

.4 ARE YOU GOING. TO. BUILD A HOUSE? woman's union. loitbe w'isborn temperance praying of prayer crusaoe.''bands, >lt Its
,'" has been lift the C1 came In at once to reader assistance'but If .O..TO.tI. :i : T
\ ever to up. '' ,t St OQat4, .. 'f
standard of a pure life,-strong self the last kindly omoe.fqrLhe . I Iti), ',"

I, If so, get, our prices onSash, Doors controlled happy manhood home life., and.In a the completeand saloon M.,..Chafer dead were was all.that an Englishman he ;needed.by birth; R. ,. : Ws, B.' ''IVIJ\K'N' lQ r-.Q.O. ; .::

.Nails and Paint. A Carload lin., women recognize the most Invidiousfoe but has resided In Florida for many tire.et', : r r.,
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just Miami from.Klss) "
coming to ,
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years
. of the home.It destroys J the !
bdsinees'oftlie'Wkinson
the'Hardware :>
business Haviiifpurchased .
where In ,
-- ' s.reqgth and purity of Its'' bead It lmmee, be bad been' 'r
destroys its peace ,*nd- unity. ,. steals for a long time. "" ' Co..we take-thi method of.informing _the public tif,
away its comforts and brings, in return > Be was associated business withJ fact and'of, soljciting: the same1"liberal :patronage .that.J-) ; '
l t1i! rc'Q) b.i b.: only jars : and frets.' ,IIi .is not. WWatson, his 'son-in-law, and is 'dt S N
the father of Dr R 1C Chafer and 'given ""pfedecessor.! Our.motto.will be a, fuU,,and,J: ,l
'r t> then a strange thing that in this age ot at'Uv. live Our.stookMU'.
0 of united' themselves leaves several other.children. 'lie. line goods offered and let prices :
i 0 8 "'Q) rC tn organized unions women array to, do; battle for was 69 years of age '' "embrace Hardware.Builder's Supplies-r-Saah: :: ,' -.-.Doors;* .Bfttwl. %.>
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..d.t>.., ,. rffi all that Is nearest and dearest to them Mr Chafer was aD" upright.,.,cleanman'withmaoyfriends State Paints. Oils..,Putty. Glass.T against their foe-the legalized sa over'he all kinds to.which will "
.. who will sorrow at his death; .of ; we add>Furniture and House Furnishings -
CO c3 loon.. MK3.. M. A.: FABN3WOBTH.., ., ':'pleased* ,
ow within the next monthWe will be to haY."our:
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Lake ..
The Butler.Star sBradford '
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Will be Bitter. trade and will endeavor merit It> by fair dealing .courteous" -1;'
Plant ;
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tf; will for JamesAlex ; \
0 county go
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: -. '00.Cl.Q m,_.......-. -. ,-.4 ; Ij.r Those who ,will persist. In closing ander. for congress and.fBob Davis ,treatment and reasonable_ prices.! '* " J "v /a:

) rco 7f their ears against the continual recommendation for governor In the coming. primaries.. I. ., . -" '- ':'\ ". '7- - ... ...,..- .- -. -yL. .- ' -
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of Dr. -King's -New Hear it:' : "
.' : S. Discovery for Consumption willhavea James Alexander the poor'man's' AT THE: : M7zKIN-SON BUILDINGSARMOUR );'
W i343': 03 & long and bitter fight' with''their friend next had the floor and he captured ,. .
d 'g c3 ; troubles If not ended earlier by fatal ,.the.crowd ,with his eloquence. c. """", ,.
JgCQ.Far2rEi5 termination. Read what. T.' Reall of He paid a glowing 1 tribute, to Robert _. "
Beall MUs.-'has to say: ,"Last'fall" Davis and s*la that he,,was the only .. .. ,, .... ". .. ..
: ) my.wife,,had every symptom, of'; con candidate who was not afraid to come
sumption... ,She took Dr.. King's -Dls.: out In open and support.Hob; Davis. :
co very after everything:else had failed. .Alexander said that If Davis and ;: t
New Store Improvement came at once and four himself owned the. railroads everybody l & CO.S SPECIAL1.500 :
.SeeInOur .' . ,
,/' bottles> entirely cured' bel' Guaran- Would ride free. He gave Mr. Barre .
t teed by'O CPOt.. Pharmacy.:Price.;.COc, a few'good natured rapsand referred, : .... : '

1 l ';1 419t. and $1,00.) Trial_ bottles free, tohlm as the. "Jacksonville' dude'l' .I. .. ,. . ,, : :
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h4. That ,Fine, polished''Oak 1. office Hd said no'man could part. 1" 'LBS.' BONE* FLOUR And 500 <;LBS. H," C.:, 'POTASH:':'
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.. .. . '- Suit"'of 'Eurttiture -* J. T; Ueavea brought ,to our i' in the middle and expect. ..to-go too i- ""**_ ,' ' ' *i* 4 1"MJxe4 '
that ,V
this morning a ..sweet'potato iy
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( , : lie gAlexOder'Ia' _* the'f'J dnd Sacked In 'Pound' Sacks. ** <
\ "N ,,,Worth $(jO.OO'.1, weighed exactly eight pound, clearly favorite 100 '?
stated that bedug, / ten potatoes yesterday .0' the "<"
\: With Bradford people far as /< ,
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twhich .
\ e'fi11; ;j I that alrlrregated'& 'pound. 'All congressional race Is ''concerned, T < \.
I t" we lack new is a 'possum! .. ;to"have a They admire him for .his ,loyalty to Now\ ; is th ,'time''to Feed'youi Orange 'and Peach trees'fornext"fea'r ,'i ,
:1. AWlXJ I .Christmas. dinner bef a. 'J,tbg25t4., his friends his ttaulj) and open' sup. '
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's 'crop: This,'mfxtut&is''the'Veprbest"! : : I'Oucangivet:
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n''Elocu
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.' 'M In DuPree and her : no means least,*his perfect fitness' for therrti'belritf'; ; over< 0_ II. i'., . .. ; : (OU ):fiat January: tloa: will'giye'A. recital' at the',Auditorium the poslt: lonto which he & plrel.Ale.1Ddlill.l..ppe , ;
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'. .. ::7 J:>n the 23rd-- begmnldar ftt'8 p; to- In'a pnf hiQn. 90' Ier. > :F t f
1, .. ALtoxtrY Every' 50ct ." \ mat i t.Plarit oQ :
*. 4- ,'. a r \} -' or.pay,.. oil'accbuht Prevlous' entertainmentsot,proved highly',, this interestIng charaqtcr'havltiir --, '. Costly.Mlateue .hp .'..-1..1.! uW: ,. .;11. ., 't. -.. .J" ,, ,, ... _T
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; ', p 't' YP"r\; "gives>. ; crowd and: "will entertalniog'nodoabta be present! ;oa. thjs' occft-. .uluz:; rsre: sometimes' verji espehslve '- ,Price, ;$3(),''PeiTbhr r..tF, !O;J B.,; tssiiuni$;'
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': w ,fPB i ..CJJQ11ce.;',* '..on. , .I.' .-...'..._:, ,' J'J'r., .t .: Occasionally ltelCt( the fin FJVE-TON'LOTS.' '$E?' t?et'Ton"'in 0ttintities> V '
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J I t 1 .:cAn alarm of fire,this morl tn called. price wrohflr of If a.you mletftke take', but Dr.you King's 41 never....ew'be We;fvtnlsh"fdll'rice,4l't, : .. for, ?lArm'ouf's! \F.: 'rtil1zet :r Mitt; :

\' I the people ttr the Lake Uou; >,',/when for' Dyspepsia: \ ) iz e ,. ,headache, : .CheVi"cal3iOn': \ : ( <"reiluVst.'W\! e"| 'sb'1cJt''your'\ 'PGrt o*iagq And l-guiwrPt :

:t JywiI" ".;, ., Ars4., ; :. i.it, kerchief wa. dlscgveP,In .a ,boarder 4.Ihat.aliurnfngband: ,ropni, which"{Liver or'llowet'troLi: ) V.; T.hey' are'kentle''yet :> ie .yi&StfbptWixl, .P lize! &', a3t. one' .t '/f'-": {- ;"'

filled tbei'roor; with smoke,. gasthe thorough', .: .t 2 c,/8C: OareplaarmacT1' .. . '-'' v'fcyA'' -DvzoR'i" & :' J' I "
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/ alarm'L'Loea'one: . : < .; I .. ;, ; ,Cpyij ,;
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'Orl edo "at'b\ It '
Ed Walker of
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w .y I I would cover: the loss.. yesterday looking: after ,11"\ cfiangnq. .-- ... .. ,
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: ; : Perhapa: ," suggested Marlon,wit1l' .+ '

her superior air "hla mother Is a aoftenlna > BEAMAN
; ..Influence, Cora and his ward s'Qatntl. JOHN L.

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1 some tormenting creature-like youri I
1. self-trho will torture him' sufficiently


OrHJ\r .I :rl1ROPS! ,QEfEA1 .penslUes.even) to with satisfy herveyes your cannibal t and!'coquet pro- -

f' t l.d. I : ting. fAt; leaat If')t will! .. T
l' comfort to lllevc! this Iti might bo an t ,

'I EJ'K T t-r; : rutJ < excellent plano t} f.4: : A -T

D 't o1'ftl.-"JIo..t IIO......... .110.... IIIIS.ICII.U But tTohn WlUfhrop and his alllnn Stable. .
were forgotten for the time In the .h''
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TEn X. in the 'Iull' light .of; the! window; her : {:
rush of the Journey
preparation for : ;,
a (Continued.) eyes went black ae h'' .
l : midnight with eino
j and the day of departure camb., and \
"We 8111 BO '1o Tuscany" said, Mrs lion; her red lips curled with IneffaWe lIu.-Draham" with the Field and ,' .

: PIeld.--qutetly, -tor-tte'.lulilbJcl'. and scorn._ One, whrte-harld-Was" lng Kathryn Franklin and Althea Dun Finest Turnouts in Town.Aent -

any olber.placo: you,glrU, desire. Then lightly; upon tho window'' ledge; 'with raven sailed In the Etrurla/ .

for'the winter,' we: will' go to Pnris.( the other she held' back tbe' lace and For a couple of weeks they lingered

After that-ira jHU XuriJra t ward: anil silk draperies. Both were clenched.;:' In' went
; London and then up to Scotland
,take In" Ebpttand (ho ?f lie and the "Fnte'1s sometimes kind Mr., Benonhurit In kccordapce wh( tbo desire of tonal.

,, old 'c1 !Ies.', a1VlipgJ1Jg't'( ,,-e1& aziepause ," she sold. "and''if ever John Frances"whose deep nature was Pare and grate tour ripe quinces, [ t for Standard Oil 1 OMpaiiy %
WJuthrop IB in J

Kind to I.co Ililnk tbe old we Iwme.'J will all be rather Shall wound placed him be.my assured path ao.thatIonn' that I and touched the strong by the clan picturesque prejudJee.Thencetouchlqg scenery the odd Juice a little of J of\alf the letnoa.grated' rind'Beat and together ;

not what -Alocla bassuffered
".'Jben; ,*. no place like home," forget at ,Paris, on to Tuscany to nutll! light the yolk of ttmrfJ'Il""and'lt .

'I w hummed-_- Beatrice; lightly.. '"Even jhTbughhim.: Remember" that, rest for the summer. In the, early au-, cupof, sugar, then add In
among.ihe.picamlc..and '.: ,aud. you. neea no fear for. her. .s.CHAPTER tumn to to Home and '
/ palace* 'of they went Italy .vic;;:t>. lou the grated quinces, half KISSIMMEE '

4++ Parts 'Corlenne,". 4' XL Florence; and as the aeniion openedIn n cup of rrcauj.and.tbe; stiffly beaten .
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And as tbftEtrurln! Kalis 'lii '''two II'TDB 'FAT. Parln, Ute"y.stll<< bUshed' whites<< of four eggs Turn Into a but'tered h
.
weeks, let vas go In her;" said- Frances Palmer A runif<< Kurle:/ and WHXKI.S his wife OP sent.a there' foe the winter: In the spring pudding dish, stand it in a pkq

"If wo.can get ready' somewhat foroicl but kind letter of they would start (eastward and returning -, of hot water and bake until firm In a

"Of couno o we CIO get ready"' anld : condolence.to Mrs. Graham upon her would give Cora another season moderato ovell. Dust 'with' powderedsugar EIVm-B ROUTE.

Corn, gayly, delighted at the prospect return from tho West after her hus in the French city ere they returned Jnt! before serving and, nerve ,

i 'of. winter In tbe gay French city. band's deatu,.. His, wife also called home Cnohorn had . 'cold -with cream or not Just as. pre- i I .BTEAfLERLIwE: _......4-.. ,STEAMER!: .R Sm.U>.&.;_ -
"I --
would be ready to start tomorrow Harold i tef.a11rs.Montague feared.mistla. -- --- ;- '
uP91L I.tII.Jlraham-and: the-Flelde-before Sr. Jr.
= : lllendennlng Captain t ClayVohnson. Captain Clay Johnson.
If-I-could.- --- - - his only near

"And mourn for tlie'; "remainder' of They their were departure not hard-hearted for Europe people. living relative, who in spite of the V..r....,1. BaUd. Re&UlU"weekly ''trips to Basstnger and I'eturn..no.eada leaves Klaalm-:

: the time because of' the dresses you :-the' Barles-and apart from Palmer censure of her brother's careleusnesa. Select two mould* of suitable shape mee Tuesday morning and arrives Klttlmmeo Friday evening. !'

1 ys had forgotten" ,said Beatrice, contemptuously Earjp'a unfortunate business connection believed him the handsomest end most niKl'sIce (tin basins or earthen bowls 1 Special Charter Tripe to Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myer on.u...Lfflla.

"and your perfumes and With Harold they bore no ill-w111 perfect gentleman the world contained will do), and 'cum: ] In Ice water, nav4 Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable. v
-
laces"' next to 'her' husband. She. argued Tbe most picturesque Waterway in Florida
cooked from ,
certainly not toward :Mrs. Graham.To ready : balls cut carrots ,"/
g "You. forget that there must be time be sure, Palmer Earle was spiritedly and well to prove him and titrtilpn, and cooked atringbeana For P..eoge&IId Freight Rate. apply to .

for sleep'retorted! Cora.'not to be Harold Gr. m..A heaviest creditor. blameless and her love for-Alecla' was and cd.nllflowor, All marinated with CLAY 'JOHNSON. SR., Proprietor.

rumed by tbelr badinage 'her ,heart and' lost a large amount of money at warm and whole-souled at that French dressing. Drain the vegetables] On board "LUlle. Khulmmee.11.-;; 4.
{ ,' too gay.1: d have to sometimes the held her-brother..
sleep ,. through the failure, and for lilm to dip them Into" ball set apslc and arrange -
.
saucy May ,Bee,. for even, Juno roses filA* *need- 'sleep ttrtrentlrt winter to Paris in a delightful house La BIJon
F be moulds then fill the moulds with aspic
to her at all, or for his wife to call i ; t
-r2 rr! sweet in spring! ;; 'upon them, was even more than one !Mrs.. : Montague Glendennlng conald. Jelly. Then set, with a hot spoon '
H IS OWN' 'DOeTOR
"Even If 'the r xro by anypther name could require. ered it her- boun'den duty and pleasureto BOOOI out the aspic from the centr E.VERgM"AN

t would smell as .weet,' echoed Grog- But. Alecla did not like them and hold grand reception to her.hostsof ,of 'each mould and fill in the space ,By J. Hamilton "",ycs, M.. D.
"ory.Beasonhurst regarding friends, that so they might meet .
them
qn a- with of the and
could although a mixture vegetables
not bring herself to do so, a
;.xicallr lathe doorway. "I'bea your these friends of hers from over the jelly'mayonnaise leaving an A 600-patYlJlnitrated Book containing .. .*bl. information pertaining a
she 'was courteous, open '
perfectly
., pardon, Mrs.-Field, !but TOUT footman If a trifle' more haughty than usual. water and break tbe solitude that spacit at the top to be filled with baIt. to diseases of the human system, showing bow. to' treat and tit
A told 'me,tba.C XTshnaldflnd i jyon here, tangs about strangers In such a bril- set When thoroughly chilled< sure with. simplest of medicines.. The book contains analyst of t ;
when ){rL 'Palmer Katie called upon aspic. '
.and I i lant city. eonrUhlp and marriage; rearing and management children be-
had Intention of earesdronjplng.
rN pi her; and,.cf course,. la this. aa in all and act turn from the mould tile
Ana, iiere's D181ngbam. toe: If else pertaining to Alecla and Harold; Her plan proving even more of 'a smaller mould above "-the other. sid.s'Talaab prescriptions, recipes, etc., with fall complement

; f'it is''early :for calllngl Mayn't we tbe success than the had hoped"; this reception Garnish with flowerets of cauliflower faoU mttaria, uediea that ereryone should kaow. 1,
Fields gave her due honor
f plea* come right !in here-ypu look sot Beatrice..' Beatrice even went particularly was but the flrst-of a scrip dipped in aspic and clIll('< I *homellkel And I of brilliant entertainment for the mailed postpaid to dr.a.. on raoeipt of prie. SIXTY CKNTSLAddrast : '
t, Why. If, may.Inquire.lfw ao far ... to protest 'that she would tuce. Serve with mayonnaise. any. .
: Miss Cora putting the roses to'' I eneflt of the charming American ,
lave, for her somewhat
part, despised
+ .",Jeep a* vfCaijnetiriY, ; / ( :.t ; i family' and their friends. Cora of ... ....
.
Ale'cla had she lfc| d the Earles after very Kir Fampkht *** ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE ue"C'ln'T': :
**8o yon are going away," he said course, was quite reckless as to the TA,,""
"' Palmer Earle's her
treatment of bus- A nice'prE'aerve I* made of
very .
:+ by and by, when be and Dlllinghamj number of her admirers; and Marlon.In .
band. But even theo none of them the humble! pumpkin. The recipe.
:Were i made understand' out of a knew that Palmer Earle owed his life her blonde repose set off this gay taken from tile Boston Coocing School ,_ .u __ ._ __ ,
s' label of chatter and bewildering yet sister as a Illy sets off a rose; while
to Harold Graham, for Alecla decided Magazine, In as follows: Cut tile pumpkin
land < "And for beautiful. Impulsive Beatrice with
pretty morning-gowns.
not to disclose the fact unless there into inch cubes removing tbe rind.
f 'Lavs4aldoutl a.pror mme you were occasion as It was her butband'awish Althea and Kathryn; made up '81 deightfnl To each pound allots half a poundof
.' a aa one could desire. Florida East Coast
\l' ,Enough to make' aharetoatayrvthome" that this"creditor should remainin group sugar and two ounces of whale Ry.
fellow like ilra. Field often refused to Join their
: me
Ignorance of the debt he owed In ginger root. Put the pumpkin sugarBjrt
f green with.envy.. It 1* delightful .ofoourse gayeties, declaring that she would be - -'"
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[urn. and because her mother and slates .gt"n'-'- "*'* alternate layers In -

t lilac, you-for" yu" -but We 'wfll sadly. and friends' would be made the adto worn to follow akin their-and bone life; If but she Mrs.attempt-Glen- ajar, and let them stand three days. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April ,II, 1901

more bitter against tbe .man. And aawn when a quantity of ayrupwill; -haro -
aubucti he at tlaueie to this-1 -thay jggra bitten lennlng .more than pleased with Ale- .SOUTMIOUNO:ears tOWM. ..0IlTH'OUJlo-tIUD Uf>. /
nOgVJj-_ formed. Pour all Into a preserving
'dusivespeech, but it was perhaps only c a'e relative! was I'e&d7'to act as,
deed. kettle and boll slowly I until the pump .. ...
N 'I IU.7
*! .n. NMi
for the .
chance chaperon of American
tbat hia
eyes should rest especially John Winthrop also sent a letter of eautles. group. kin looks clear. Store In small Jar Daley. >>.e,.. STATIONS.HoJekonTlll. 1>&11,. n.fly.
upoji}: Beatrice tu uttering'thelast condolence to' Mrs .Graham but he or glasses. covered with paraffin.'

.<' vro' .for Feyfjaod"It( :jras.' of did not venture to call upon her. John Alecla in her recent grief. could not This preservestrongly resembled !! Hatv..Jwk.envlh.................A' 11sa '
coarse, but Chance that Join these! jiumberles dissipations pre'served Is p OHM ,,,,,,,,,,,,, *.. ....,rn.Lv TOta D
Beatrice' Winthrop was comparatively a stranger ginger. It may be added teHaucea c 1o ii. . ,........ .. .................... IMa i I i
p bright face should grow rosier .and ,In,the city at,tbe tlme- f"Graham's and pent much of ber time with her and la good whoa served 1 It tea .,r.w......*.*<. UaVtl tea... .. ... .. ...... II4M
rey ""' A In very 1$ It 41 .. I.P.iatk.. \
shyer under Ufa .. mother. driving about the city and CLAt X11ask.
r '"Oh but then ,know It I failure. Hilt home was among the examining the public' buildings. wltb Ice cream or froten 'pudding! .' "lit*1'r.. .. .......... ... ..,. .. ... '4 iooNaa Ttff w
'you only Berkshire Hills, and he bad studied TRAM FIMTCLAt 1ltleaLv, '.Pas UU.. AT y1 CN
for two .years, Mr. Bensonhnrst So the winter-passed, and summer I -.At..... ..... .. Y..
law and pracuceu it in Boston.; Recommended Kaclllh BB7 Cak_. St.TRAM I/J .. ace a1.,.. . ..-I>r MN
could wish It;were ten. cried Core came with lingering along charming FIMT D 14* Lr..... ..... ....Nan Mateo ,Ar 'eb.
{. ,Tlvaclonaly. "J. 'W1.h .I might live in of his to :New York by an old friend shores and In the outer villages: For English honey cakes put three- AaDFIMT in> 17 .. .No ,. :.....i 7% 4 14* Nwg
father and with a powerful letter $S p., '/ M a t
of of butter in a "tA
Parla forever:.: I love It ao!" 'of Introduction to Palmer Earle glimpses Into the shriveled mysteries quarters a pound INSt. PKAT PKATTRAI lip ...... ............ Du t,1...;.. .r........ 44* I 9 N>
:-!"It suits yon, Mlsa ," 'said-Harry of Egypt!: mingled with quotation saucepan and melt. Stir In .graduallytwo AaD itPKAT J .. -.,*.....:.-.....Ormfwd...................... t W a'
Field and other Influential business men.. he and one-halt pounds of sifted I it p rP .. ...... !> .................. tH* AN.tI
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Dniingham, smiling.. _"It la an appropriate lelLBo.ton-cud-came to New York from Shakespeare from the pretty lips TRAI II .: .r........... ,aoreOr.Np....,, ...,...1.a Ile* rrIp'
setting for a'Jewel. I {If> the' girls and the escorts, who flour and keep stirring until lightly PI 0 .: *" ..:..New Smyrna.................. f.1a ppoloW
too his mother-hi* father being dead-:remaining browned. Turn out on. a board and = .......!!!...... Ok Hill......,<,.........,.. ai4a yp N '
..4 y<:..an fond with the Fields make a bole In.the c nter.' Dlsaolr III p..t ........ .Onco :.sr.. 1f Nfa 000 p Q Op
'J. give old New and
ma -Tork. ; as the. second *
with| two or three faithful servants { _....... : ..... IJ44* >Z..
h;'[', :' t "Ye ," said lanebrightening Into ' and Jessica' Gray a ward of her ''' winter came upon them It found:tirem one'tcaspoonful each of salt and sodaIn Nrr; ., : P p..::....:. ..Al.a0.llla.u.. ... It IS* p ND
new beauty from, her "I eon once,more in Paris and the whirling a little water and pour into the flour. ,< U l* P ***...:' *....M.ibeurse.uh,....... ...:v. 'f Sou i 54; ION
reserve Up to the time of the failure of Graham >, .x well ftir In sufficient water to 3 ri p .... .u... ...Hy./l.a ,.........". ... p p
an too patriotic to, lore Paris or .Tut4)y. then John Winthrop had few world of fashion. t> I.1. .*..M*.*..*.*,., *, ***"**...............j a.,. 3 p i1* Na
or anywhere better than Amerlca. Alecla during this time had regainedher make a soft, flexible paste. Kneaq aISa t p......*......*....a.71 Plre*!..*.*.............. ) V Me Nt.p
; acquaintances In the city. Palmer divide into small .Ira p.................... Tibbal.. ....,........ P teat
thoroughly, o'.J
portions
But," her vole was more. quiet Earle Indorsed him and old brilliance although there waa ; s: p................... Eden. ....,............ ieea w >.
for utterly Palmer round them ,and make, a dent 4 ft ....................J.a..ww...... ....:...... tp 1045. Nx 4
bow; all eyes were upon,her, andIfranee4'seldom' Earle's!: word was law among most; an undercurrent of sorrow that gave In the centre of each.' Put on a but aCkia2S8 ...................i.aMr4............. ........ 115s 710
showed her real self but socially. John Wlnthrop added charm to her manner and con Sol* I ...................Mob.b'.nd.:..... .t It
"! to many, "lf there it any place across kept versation. She mingled more with tered baking tin and bake a golden IN* $ """.WMsPslmhr6... I iaa 1
rather proudly apart. Consequently, brown. Put half a pound of honeyand IN > .t,, . .......... 5-
the ocean..almost a* near my heart a* le dared not venture to call the social life this season, and tuere; iM* v ....................Sryatoo..t.... p .o.a
upon a pint of water in a saucepan ..... ....... .. a N
borne. It I Scotland with her lakes were those who n was
and whispered that the v .n.ie.A.I. : : :.
Mrt. Gr ham:. although he had lately the fire and atir-until reduced, t i 4 41* II ... >1f 4O. 1
-hills, addrrn beasts:'The clans yon gained not only the beautiful American widow might ac over ., 1fia p..,*, ............. . .,......i.rfl.... p vita ?
acquaintance but Csl.-
a When the cake are cooped ... ,. ,
syrup. Cola L.u.n visa
f know,raoand *o.strong,and friendly.l the friendship of many of Alccla'afriends. cept more than one suitor were she pour the syrup over them and pat d eMa I At : :::::: Mltrat .a....:..1.. P 'visa
>, shall ;Insist .upon going there mamima. so disposed. But Alecla's heart was .
:. again In the oven until.-the 1* IIC TJX.E3 01"" BAA iCU LIWE3.
If f haw' any*choice', '- "But be wrote 'her.. still her husband's, and her worldly syrup
to
soaked In well. Theo arrange on a-
"Of tonne 'you will barchoice' Few word he wrote her. Indeed; knowledge saved her man7- friends tot dish and serve at one*.-New YorkSUII. 5A.lrlOS D DBANOIf, OOANOK CITY BIULXOtt. '
Ulst.Fxaaces,; said DlWngham'with stern and '(otnewbak cold, tout simplest who might have been turned from her .

.coialcal *r eatnes., 1"I* la only fellow regretor her sorrow .De''coDld had she given them tbe opportunity b.l I.anosL. Dlli'ZID.II sunoas. I 1 I1f

UkVBensonhurtcand rwho hare scarcely have done less, and he would of ,offering her more than friendship.She v..,.,..., TUmrlU*..... ..An It? p
3' ,ae choice! One-might And'it la- one** do no could be reserved aa well aa at. Ice..MI ...........,..Ar| 107 lOIOklyr.. au'ra..l
heart 'to more. these It'arned. HoVSEHo eI1. Lv...........O (*.i_.........Aril 11a I !i II tl I.T. LkH*'.aAr s t
pHe
,. YJsh.there were ,no, choice The effect of his letter upon Beatrice tractive men and few i M a Le..Zalerpeia .......Ar 1110 a It M* I/r.Or.BMIt illXA.TPOBT
(but for; you)' ...'relOAa/, boaae/lflt was decidedly electrifying to her family cere changed from warmfriendshipby em. Ar..... ...Iane.rd. ....., ..Lrlt *A I t0P HaArAr.Clt le.Lv

\ were> not too unkind! One.ahould words of love. NINTS .
wish .11IOCS
::; :; .-' All the girls had a good deal to H .tl fto.ltJi H4/1*

"t'S cues frienda,bon ,voyage, .not re- say In relation to .his audacity after So far nowhere had the Winthrop. :'A dull old red scrim la pretty tor f.1d.y $uad.. billy BHAWOn. Oral., M.tts.
7 crossed the
the of
jitetar path and for
: > ''And!' Ills behavior In regard "to her husband; this Alecla was'grateful.Flflds .window draperies, a. Colonial house. p p I to* L .J k oBTllfn .....Ar .:..... v.f iI SOO f p' .
: yon ire gttd tot go a* well at but, Beatrice was most:vehement In t MM* 0 p N. fw.,,rata etllq;,..Lv v slam ii et
,> they,"' said Gregory her Not. that toe. had forgotten John Here 'is a nice little menu tor,- 8 p la 44 1 p I 00,*, I.v..PabIo11..eh..Lr.,...... O11a k0 NI.
; Bensonhurst she sprang
anger aa ,to her feet,, luncheon: Oyster cheese Band- 1944* p t 14* LT.AlUntU B.oU.4..l ..,,... I M 11 1
,\;; standing apart from the others'with facing Alecla. Wlnthrop-her husband's enemy as fritters Wp U11a [ Ji /N.Ar..M.yport., .......1. ...... 100a 1N l :
': Beatrice, at one Of the long windows, 'I'hate him i" the cried, breathless. she called him In ber thought-for forgetfulness wishes olives and baked"apple*.
of aim meant ThM Tim T.bl.asbow'ihe tim ,where the lave! draperies fell between ly.: "There la no need for me to tell forgetfulnestof Alcohol will generally remove paint, tram tb***vrl.totlon*. b.(th.lr rrtTl or n.psrtar.*l U>* UmM st.t.d It nosg..''.+t..d,
{$*them' and the .outer 'room, the ,Inter yon that I hate him. Let me' bare her old memory. She did think of stains from cloth or silk. The stains nor dais ib*Compaq bold 1U1ripanlbl* for any delay or is 7.on..gaesu.arla.g IMw t +,
.
? curtain of ;;ellow silk a'rlrid back. his letter. Let me tear it to pieces him. Still Alecla Graham never spokeof should bo sponged off with ammonia! ti-om.

t'' "ground for the girl' face with it* elo- Alecla. I ,cannot endure that you John Wlnthrop. Her friends would afterward KEY' WEST AND HAVANAPCNSULAR

fluent: lifted hazel eyts., ."it will be should bare even that of his In your have scorned to bring his name into Ice will keel much longer It wrapped .

pleasant for you.'Mlsa Beatrice. Only'! possession. And some day be may their happy life. Silence settled over la thick flannel 1 or a heavy blankets AND OCCIDENTAL- STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT'sHAatt,

his,voice was very whining, "you are learn howl hate him." his place In their memory. But silence abawl or a newspaper than It allowedto U Effect=,rU ((8, 1903. '

not to forget old friends for new. "I think that you misjudge him. Bee. did not denote forgetfulness. come in contact with the air. ,
.Promise Beatrice had neither forgotten nortorltiv..n SOUTH I:>UfjD./ NORTH tOUNO.: Ii
that!?
? me dear'r'said: Alecladrawing tbe excited him she Tho ruffled muslin curtain I I. being Lar.Ar ..............;....... e n 1 Lv HT..I* Ifa.. F t.,............*... If <*.. ..4
.?."A promls.'eully easily girl down'beside her and rump although too never replaced In popular favor Ky Wt 1.... Tbur. .4. Sl1 A.rK.r W." Man. Frl..M. I ....
;1, kept Mr. Bensonhnrrt." chi ling spoke of him. Bue and Gregory by,that witha LT a 0)'W.... .Prt..y ,.
,
answered caressingly the soft curia
upon few tuck and a broad hem. The Ar HTI>,Mon., :.
:fay lightly. u. should not be allowed to her forehead. "I must own- that I do I Bensonburat had been faithful In the latter la not so pretty before launder t

.. guess that she',cared more?than the not like Mr :Wmtbrop-bow could IT I correspondence agreed upon between lag, but it looks better afterward. For ".* ooU Tim Cu4 .r othr-fntormkUoa.. ddr*>. *nyJ 4ae1i ':
other., "One never/ ,forgets old facet -but I think, he follow to the letter them during tbd stay abroad and to .t.

,< 'if: they are faces ,of friends. On*'* his standard of honor ,EnD though him Beatrice poured out her vials of Faded and slightly soiled droaeea of "h' .
'
; .memory should be a pleasant store- he .was Uarold'a enemy we (must be wrath against the man In words few soft wool or silk are often restored t. '; "
but l1er e. Gregory Bensonburst pristine freshness by being thoroughly
_ house of good thing to fall back upon Just .to him. ,
J when there (a need. Who said than "And unless yon curb your temper. often smiled over these bl t of a fierce shaken and' packed away from the ti t

I, Some one I am, sure for it neveror'I Bee" said Marion, calmly "you will spirit In, tbe .warm-heartd'girl whom light:In a trunk or dark closet 1 A'

\ iginated with nie. I'm not a bit someday spoil life." he loved-for'that he loves BeatriceField'he ,Cooked food, groceries,,eio., can tef-(; '. f fL
wise .
. your protected from ... .. .. .. .. .... .....
yon know." "N...etthele...",said Con laughing; < discovered during his dose the ravage of mloe by .-- '

., Silence for a moment aare for the "I believe that I would thoroughly en friendship with the family at tbe time placing them on a table In the oentre .f' -

light conversation and laughter ,of Joy hearing Spitfire lecture Lawyer. of Harold' failure. There was ..0 a room covered with enamel cloth. :

those within the room, Granite! She would atrike sparks much that was lovable and womanlyand The vermin cannot climb up the slippery L We Do Job Printing l

"I understand that Uarold'a old en- from even his flint If any one could.. tender about flee that this Implacable surface.Sour ..

c emT' goes abroad to-morrow with his I rather think he would clench those hatred toward John Wlnthro milk.Is Hid to be a capital preservative '

r4,: w mother** said Gregory*then. In aa undertone strong hands of his, longing to choke was past comprehending! of fresh meat,. If one baa a ... .

";: t. slowly/as though It were an the words back In her teeth." (To be continued.) large piece of fresh meat on hand and ofAll .

'...plea.ant"IItT.i ; ,t;, ; thought; it beet "And Just -to disturb that hateful. the supply of ice la Inadequate for : ''Kinds. : x p

you to know,' :Miss.Beatrice. It calm of hi.,- I would do much1 cried n. C* ldB>* 0..........* It, -keeping it, put the meat in''a crock of ." .,

rwould- not be '.whs.'for Mrs., Grahamto Beatrice. In a muffled rolce with Ale "Chumppe-"Say.': I.want to register a our milk and plaee in a cool pllRe.I : .

: meet him wither hneb&llc!'. lost cla' soft hands laid.. upon her rebellions klt"! .. My telephone hasn't worked Rinse. well before using.

k5 ao recently" 'upon' her mind,* She Up*. since I came Into theae nw premises, I I. Among the things one never sees !. : lYe Can :Please You. : :

? bUmea\John\ Wlnthrop for ''thatfyon "And to know that be goes" 'to and can't see why. 'cans I moved II an artistic house are plum table covora .

'. .know_aa we all ''do, more or .less. Europe too. mates me almost! willingto carefully,and put It op myself;-Chicago and satin hanging These wltb

"'though .X .b.lleve b*' thought himself give np Pads: ,"' added Cote with News. throws, marble topped table and mar. .
-
J, >right.' ,At first wben learned of Tour puckered -brow and lipa. tit will be ble. mantelpiece are strictly tabooed.
... .. .
... .. ....
*4 lag, I lint confess my regret' How- Just our tats to stumble upon them Bound passes through air at the velocity But tome one old house hare marble !

arer. of coorae. it la only. one of f at*'* some where! flue mother, and some of 1142 feet per second; throng Umntela. which their owner think and !

mmppenlnga.. and yon may not meet." ward or other go with him you know. water. 4000 fteU.through Irus-17,60f rightly; are too' anel.cJII."t. remote
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) "ka. slri'a bead was lifted haughtily. I wonder what they are,Ilk*7" fat, ac conceal,,. "


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Don't" ; Ionic. for flaws" axfthrougb life: the''very last girl to' make a'wlf for a ... :_ \\PUI : SEA t
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Ami even when" pou flml them ,, poor man. Y "lttcMl' ; __,
It is win and kind to be aomtwhat blind" i "Oh1-.Dt! the Miss Arnold..
Ami nenu. '' '" "
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far* the light eloudiesfc'nicht: .for the'" yrtuo'behilld" baa a hint them_ ot',tile told' nie; lftie thorou.ghl7.&W"understood economicoueekeep1ng jf' ? OTTERJS', ," P; 'ir J)

Somewhere la It* shiulotr* hiding} "Jessie's m aD,."_.b. said'earnestly, _
It i* botltr far to hunt for a atar "and \b'll .d., C
; never"' give yon anything
Than tbo.pot.: on the aun abiding. but>> ,, a cold luncheon* jH.r < way of. : ITS HOME IN 'GUM'A izD-

The enrrent of life nin : economizing win b" to starve your! : ,
every HERE HUNTERS '
To the boaora of U..d'* irrrat way-I\JII "Wbother'bne .IICeDmb.&o star ration U ? .. : \ ,STATION TEM :Wi
..
Don't. oct Tour force '.albt or a broken '
heart"
UM river observed,, : ]
serves : '. n.t ,.,:
darkly, "It will :; _. tijav
And think to alttrju raotloa. be all ,the, same-a .: 'j
E Don't waste curse on..the universe hundred years hence. '
1 ff Romember it lived before you; ; rfAnd in the meantime you've always sit0 HE' season/ for killing the of the animal, sad if be 'doe*; not txnetAshore i
Doa""wLt form at the storm with your puny got the house," she said thoughtfully ,, It J/* most expensivefur, prop
Bat bend, let (It fly o'er.ToD. _But you know.! .haven't much to _.. 'T' o duct, -aatmalthe sea ot- given to the 'other banters"who"sr.'
/ keep it up on." I said and I crooked new-'-- -IOFK- uiiyt--jx>ng t-ouia wilde In are arranged over fitted linings that I{ << K" tar'--the tur 'of which Ia"wo1'lt' then on the alert'to''find him; "It..i* th*r
The world will never a .Itself my forefinger' and thumb to representnought tbe severe tailor style fire junorigtlie support the full ",inanufactnred" Into" robe general opinion'amOUIr bunters* that
To suit rour-whim to the let -nothing. features of the puffs and which are | for potentate* and prince of the OJdWorl .
Some things In;;; season andar gtrntlyworu faced to form therraps below which beachcomber In the snap*of stealthy...V;,
life lone.must go-. wrong'yoiirwLole; "I suppose" she murmured, "one both an xepni-aU' wrApsiaiid for the bell shaped portions> are tucked Id nnd capitalist of this and oilier Indian, get away' ,with many an otter
And the eoniiir you know it th. better. would sooner succumb to starvation. for several' Inches .: eo trlegj closed op October 1. having lulled by'.white ,banter*. The Indian 1
It is folly to fight with the Infinite than a broken heart," Tlio quantity "of material CUD ou May 1. According reports Pont the otter in canoes,,going ,out.
K, A.d (o under at lest in the wrestle. "Could yon" I asked with a sudden ( required received at the'Treasury'Department! and coming la .
E The: wiser man ahapra into Ood'a for,the medium size is five yards twiuK and through the surf. 'Some
plan, inspiration, "subsist) the Department of
CommeroandIahnr
A* the on such Spartan U.meathe7 go fifteen '
water or twenty
nhape into the "ea, l. ty-one Iuch n widen tbreo-And one- rtlf miles'y. ',
-E'Ja Wheeler Wileox fare ai bread and cheese andercrosses ; the bitter of wiitch'exerbI'omcisl to sea and .
stay
in Progreaaive, Age. yards twenty-seven Inches, .wjde., or out several days. But
? tZ" three yards forty-four Inches wide, I' supervision,over-the'.ea otter In when they hunt along within a mil er
'"I think I could," ..be'MId., softly ,f with on8'.rd'of net forty. Ufchea wide, dustryin Alaska, so far a* the preservatlon two of the shore then there II blood oa.\
.. "If you provIded It"-B. Beere. in '' : and regulation of banting and the face ef the
moon
s:..:=:: 1j ooo yard of chiffon and iinlf 1 ,a yard of ; and the'whit
Black and White. t tucking to make as I Illustrated. killing of the animal are (concerned, thesea hunter waxeth' wroth,Joe thi. Indian
'fIi' j
I, otter is becoming scarcer e""rT7M'r. scans away his game.

fEAR OF ,DEATH, .DIMINISHING.; r....... L.u6b TrlaarlrlPersianlam .. and threaten in a short time to The TroasuryDepartmentiegalatbti.
f-- --- .eater "
Noughts trlmming'- -l0strons- ..he.lluLoL DJmaJ.ot.' ..the..ex! governing,tea-jotter .hunting-and-ve-. .,
rad.rtak.r.I 1 c.......... SAM Afraid Than fibre silk ii one of the important accessories tint' class" eels employed in transporting sea otteri
......._1'. 41I\ \\at the season It comes in It 1* not generally known that the bunting parties within the Territorial -

...and. That people stand )lest ,In.-awe of galloon/r of various widths and ap' only species of sea otter is found on water of Alaska provide that no person ' .
death than they did a few years ago pllquev of' different forms' which, hovr-- ., the northern and northwestern shall be allowed to kHl sea otter
I I Is the belief of several New York undertakers evefr, are Invariably: edged. with a plain ''American coast and It i* remarkable within the limits of:Alaska'..Territory +
Crosses. They say that nowadays 1 fw ,/rr novelty fibre braid. These, will be' that the extent of, territory la ,the or Its water: from OJ' by tile'' use of.i ,
.' twice as many persons make preparation i much used, both'in/ millinery and dress United states where these' animal aretaken' any boat or-vessel other than the ordi', }
for their own burial as a generation / Jj trimming,'' as will.also wool embroideries , ip I so extremely limited being nary two hatch akin covered "bldarkf"*""
..".. In'.......nn In.". m en". lb.-....' -nft.funer.i4rrctr --. on chiffon or't. 'eta in Orientalor only from Demon's Point at the northern or the open Yakutat canoe and they!! ,
- .MOJ**, is ucgan 10 play ant OR' a said: ; pompadon colorings and cloth cut entrance to Gray' Harbor, up the also provide ,that only ailing, vessel
V scrap of paper which 1 had "It la my opinion that 'the displacement -. ; 4 work in' two* colors outlined In black coast to Point Greenville in the State and blrdarkas and open Yaknlat canoe -,
o W o utilized 'to make a dla.H .- of the gruesome wooden coffin r lilt dCohrwlrn -' and white or pongee colored silk: cord., of Washington, a distance of about may be employed in transporting
.$ gram of the"neighborhood. t\"nty"tnn... ..../lees.. .__ _.._.I.....,...... f.. _.. '
by, the'modern,burial casket wblch; I. PLApT StXBTCA., Garnitures ot wool embroidery'in mul 'j -- ---- -- q a. r.xf otter hnnHnir n>rtl .to and from'
'wOW' to show her the relative'poultloii not offensive to the eye baa done much ticolors! with] fringe ornaments 'and, descendant an ''extinct t.ce., ,and the bunting grounds. .The government:
of our respective borne, that to rob death and Interment of their the entire, suit yThls, very excellent dangles, arc Attractive novelties, : really belong to a past *g..- He I* prohibit the use of net for the cap-
!" ji* to say, of her homo and the little horrors. Some pedpls when they'are May ,Man ton-one la adapted to both ". shy and hard, ]to locate, employing tare, of this'most' expensive fur bearIng -.
(house which I had bought and furnished sick and arer :,fearful that they will uses)'and to/all they season's fabrics. Th GII.o. Girdle. clever means to avoid the enemy: Sea animal, and. also ;Interdict I" the;"
In the somewhat! wild hope that never regain their health sometimes but la shown in light weight melton The latest belt>called rather unlmagtnatlvety. otters are most frequently found in killing or taking of sea otter papa,,and
she might one day by becoming It* call In an undertaker, or his or her In mUlurry blue stitched Kith cortlcelll the Gibson girdle Is wide masses of what Is known to the sailor give Instruction each :year to officer
mistress convert It Into my home. On friends do It for the ill one and make sUk."and makes part of the costume. In.the-back and tapers slightly to the a* "bladder,kelp,'' and sometimes "sea of the United State,who may be stagy
4hat occasion she had treated the dla- all arrangements for the funeral, selecting Tbe coat Is made, with fronts backs front where'It Is fastened with two otter cabbage" This kelp] like tbe boned In the localities where sea otters
cram,flippantly by guiding my hand to ) the casffet and designating Mde backs and double underarm gore traps and silver or gun-metal harness.. animal' that Inhabit It. 1* a< relic of i are taken-to', take all proper measure n
make a nought In the area which stood artist kind of a hearse I. preferred whlcb.! allow of a perfect and graceful buckles: The girdle comes in black: bygone age. It is-a I glntsenw, to enforce the penalties 'of the law: f
for my' front garden, and her mlacblev-- It Is the same with some 'personalia flU The seams at front and back extend and colored leathers, and has scalloped found only.in the North Pacific Ocean, foreign vessels of every l description tf
eu look conveyed to me'that the advancing years. A welt todo'man to the shoulders and are con bands,of self-colored or'' contrasting \among' whose huge fronds the sea ot are forbidden to boot sea otter within ; (j .:
cypher WAS meant to represent the living in this neighborhood' went cealed by the straps. The neck it finished snadea 'of'leather stitched'on, either; ten make their home.' the Territorial water of tba'united'
sum of my worldly goods. abroad last year and before'golng provided ' in regulation coat style and the side leaving'a'space between about Nereocystlcs la the scientific name of States. ,
Accordingly, I responded with great for any contingency that might sleeves can be the plain ones with roll an Inch in width., the,weed, and its formation has often When taken the otter' Is skinned, .r
i independence by making' a big cross- arise while be was on tlie voyage. He over cuffs or the full bishop sort as attracted the;attention.,of_,.scientists. whole, AS It were, by cutting across the
the symbol which I believe la may be preferred. Soft drmeofal r.: The. stem are sometimes several haunches h
hun
; popular. Is, still abroad and. peculiar a. it may and stripping the skin: down
_1y supposed to denote a kiss-on either seem, a few week ago I received a The quantity of material requiredfor Soft graceful effects in gowns are dred feet long, .'slender but 'of' enormous the body and over th* bead TH skin: ,*' .-
{.aide of the little square which In my letter from blni.; dated at: Amsterdam, the medium alee Is' four and one- sought ,for this season' says a Paris strength, and they terminate In Is then turned the fur In.'and a board 1?"'
i amateur drawing stood for the front telling me that be was still alive. Of fourth yards forty-four Inches wide, ors correspondent of Bon Ton; and-to gain large'club-shaped bulb,] from.which shoved through It. It 1* then tightened
| door, course be-did not say it in those word., three and one-fourth" yardr flft r.two fuller this end boleros skirts are made fuller< and /spring tuft of frond of gigantic Ue. by driving a wedge shaped piece "
She resented this because she said I but while be wrote me about soma inches wide. and'jackets are short The stems and frond become *o down on on. side between hand
th'boardj
| bad played out of turn. .She thereupon trivial& affair, I coin '..plainly\ that it showing the high girdles beneath; and- 'thickly massed together. that they form the akIn, and another contrariwiseon .
the sleeves admit of hundred and
Two :N.veltts .r'h. a
drew the correct figure for a was simply a pretense under which be Shirt Bouon. floating Island, which are the borne of the other. All the. grease II'tben-- 1
waists with plastron effects one designs as long: a* they are looseand
came that she termed noughts .nl) Informed me that he! bad not died :yet, are among the novelties of the season "floppy" with lace or silk the sea otter carefully ,,removed, and the skin'tis
crosses and Instructed me bow to play When be shall die be Is to be taken pleated Unlike that of tbe'.eal, the far of dried and laid away ready for the t
In accordance with rule. The figure to his native town and there burled and are exceedingly effective. The ruffles. falling over the band. ,'On thA_ .-- -----. ..._....0.._..._..._ w"r..v 1"_,'_'''.'.'.''_.''._ _va. .AD aVerll2e -. .,.- >. .bftnt.mart. w...Y-:, i'keto ,
'- -- ----- -'-
(was very simple merely. two perpen- In a specified cemetery, and everythingwill 'balror coloring fact the most valrrnblo feet long ,by twelve Inches 'f
'dlrular strokes fmmmoA by two horizon- be done In strict compliance with / skins aro'tbose wblch are peck. double; or,' when ''cat, twenty-four, ,
[tal ones, 'and' there was no skill re* his desires as be expressed them to me. --.- led,;' through with a silver tipped for; Inches wide, and la the banter' hands''
E quired,, it seemed One'merely put a "Men who are going- into hospitals -.' the, addition'of.this. hair adding 23: toGO Is valued at from '123'to'U50:1'! but
nought or a cross Into one of the little to have serious operations performed percent, to'tb* price of the,skin. these price'leave a handsome,margin'. ,
spaces and did one's level best to frequentlymake arrangements 'with 1 + The otter hunter baUd for themselves to the for men who handle them: la
et three In a row which counted onenolnt us for their funeral and burial should w I derricks about forty feet!, high Uy tak ItnsiU an overcoat made from these'" ,
[ It was a very childish pastime the operation terminate fatally Such ing;three,slim poles or pieces oi.tim,] same otter skin bring from flOOO, to, ,
nd yet after that day I found myselfplaylnt : men seem to approach>> the subject with ber, each bout forty feet in length. 12000. while in China''' even more' I*:
{ It with her at'every opportunity entire calmness But It is different They bolt them securely together sometimes paid.. "The cam I It pttltlI '
; and it bad at least the merit. with the man who Is In perfect-health, one end for the top,,and spread them to be so ccrace that four skins a e7 I
Jke.: mediocre' music In a drawing seemingly, at least but 'who wants to about twenty-five feet .p.rt.t the bottom son Is considered a* doing well by any
|room of affording cover, -for con versa- make arrangements for the burial' of giving,them the appearance of a hunter' In fact some past] the.icssoa'
Ion. ;, his body" after death, whenever! that huge, tripod. These are set on' the without taking any.< The.huntera ha,7
"I don't think" she said one day; In shall occur because he has no relatires' .. ocean beach, about midway between a rule among themselves, whichM; '
all Interval which I spent sharpening or near friends who be la certain ::' high and low tide, the feet of the pole strictly observed, that only coo her pencil "that I'm exacting; but on. will look..after 'all that Is left of "1" r -- 'S"-.r:, ( being imbedded in the'sand from two Is allowed within a range ox'.:' Mt Mlf
naturally expects something out of or because be fears be might not have .. ." t ..,, .. to three feet. Tbe structure Is. then a mile. .-' ,
life. either love or money, and you the money at the end that lie has at ''t) '\; : thoroughly braced, and a ladder ,built Pnrttrde paper.-compJ ID .that:;tft* .
ret give me either" that time. One ..day a middleagedman :;to-the top by nailing piece at convenient more expensivefur'bearing.animals'

"At least;. I said in a low voice;""'! came Into my. office jand approached 7''ft,,;,'''' ..... distance crosswise on the Inland are growing scarcer every' year,and
IJf '
Ive you love."' the subject with manifest I portion of the tripod." About eighteen advocate legislative menjuretto prevent '

."No;-that's where you make' the misake. embarrassment I understood what he, 'etTrrAr WAIST.' ---,.- -_- Tnl'K-.------n -TIT-.IITTOtl'----. i inches below the ton of the' triad their entlre'ext.rmlnatlonNe...
_Yon think that In loving me was driving at and pulled from my cross timbers are secured to the legs: York Tribune. ..
give me love. But you don't drawer n score or more of contracts one shown on the left of the large 'w." ... Veacy n/e.... and 01"'On these cross timber a floor I 'r "
: an emotion event Cross out lover! such as be wanted to make, and be I drawing Is made of lonlnlne silk, In Fancy blouses retain all their favor trom.fourtofive, feet square 1* laid Wha. Wise IndlMa gay. ", '\\0' t
"I shall do nothing of the.. kind.". I seeing that he was not the first to [ 'shades of blue and is piped with velvet and will be much worn during the coming 'and 'on the oceanward and two adjacent The following proverbs'ire t anslat.; j L
ponded. Indignantly.for think .of such R'thing: (although' probably -: and trimmed with ornamental buttons season. This one, designed by i sides wall are built up from ed from an old Indian manuscript da-, W"",
for money" she pursued "I be thought< be was when the subject -. but the design is equally well May Manton.Includes the new cape three to four'feet height On the lug, from .thi' time ,of Alexander" "t"
n't think. I don't really think that first entered bis mind) sf'emed'reustired suited to all the silk and wool waist- effect with the fashionable shallow land side a floor, i I. constructed to al Great ,Yet they are a* applicable to- "
a year or so Is the height of my, and we proceeded\ with the, Inge and to tbfi-Cotton vesting ''which yoke and princess closing and Is fitted low easy '' Ingres and egress to and day a*.aver they were say London'.*f"' .-:
Mtlon. Put nought: for money business In. a buslness-ltke. manner. .are so-popular. When the latter are both to the odd waist: and gown.' The from this "crow nest" On the top Answer 4.-V:-=" .,
-J decline." I said. !'for -I ran ft tIt ,"8om of these contracts I have used the lining can be omitted and theedges original la- made 'of mauve; crepe, de of the tripod.*which extend about Whatsoever'thou resolrest to do. ,de-,,, "
look"to the future with tolerable made for a '"ortaln"number of years simply stitched or a trimming'of chine trimmed with ecru lace and eighteen Inches above the floor,'a eat It'quickly' ; defer not7till the 'eveningf '"' ,
lot,.." the amount of money sufficient to braid substituted for the piping of' bands of velvet In a darker shade but 1* constructed and around the Insideof ,what the morning"may accomplish.' -' ::::. a
"It's no good looking loo far abend" cover tbe expenses and the payment velvet. .- all the thinner materials-of- the sea' the wall TOW of shelving I* placed. Endeavor be first In'thycallog-', ; '
e !Mid: "you, must remember we'veto for my services being Oenosltcd.! And The waist, consists of the fitted lining son are appropriate, ., At low ',tide,"'when the wind i* propitious whatever it be; neither let any one g." 7t .
love In. the present">> It has happened that when that period which closes at the centre'front.. Tbe waist is made with a fitted ilning the hunter hies himself to this before thee in well doing; nerertheJ.***,' \,; ., itt
rou'ro rlrtit.: I !said., mildly "and ] has expired the other party to the the fronts, the-back and the plastron. which closes at the*centre front' crow' nest, armed<< with a good pair of do not envy the merit*' of..another' : ,I':', ;
.i not much conjoint to me at the contract has decided that he Isn't going "j jto'dte. The, back 1* tucked from the ,shoulders" On'tWining ere arranged theyoke,,. glasses, :a rifle a luncheon andLn little bat improve thine ow" talent*. >S""r ; '",;
nt moment tdTfeflecnharyon'ir! ;'or that be'needs tbe'money; arid to"the waIsmnotflrKlve a'taperIng which: -close at the left shoulder ae.m. something/ keep him warm and for By ;a .virtuous emulation,th*'spirit. .. t'; "
Only be sorry norm day that be takes the prepayment' and goes 'Ye let such a chance slip" his way rejoicing.! It Is the same way from the shoulder to yoke ,depth only The' back Is plain., drawn down in ocean just, outside of the breaker., panteth after fame- and re'Jolceth asa ', '
e paused, looked bard at me and with those who go into hospitals to and are gathered at the waist line gather, at the waist line but the wher'he expects his game' to appear. I racer to run his course ': "-,j t
I I have nnomtlons performed. Of course. The. nlastron is cut ona curved out- fronts'are. laid In. box pleats at. their When the tide first begins to flood his -'RIwo.---...-_-.. ..h'a,..-................ _.1la1l.UQDII.._.. .._.__, ,"
med.put the matter In a nutshell, if they don't die the contract is nun line and attached to tue ngni slue, vugvm auu wiu "lurjr aDo 4 war CVTW 'range I* about six hundred yard, butas contempt upon thee; neither deride an-J r '
really have nothing to offer me and ,void and the patients, regaining hooked or buttoned over on the left are tucked at their,upper porUona... .: It ran in the range Is shortened to other for It II, dangerous '' ,tip ,
ding, that Is to say) except more their health seem t o forget It entirely :The sleeves are the faehlonableonee, the tucks prjatidlng; fulness below.The two,hundred. 'or three:hundred yard. The fool 1* not alwaysunfortunate, '
it. and I don't think that jof 'Itself 'as they go on tbelrbusy way. th'rongulife. of the season that are large below little,cape or bertha is circular and Even, at these 'lalter'dlltaDeeII rlt requires nor the'wUe man successful: yet never' \
clently attractive." ."-Xew York Times. the elbows and small above and are falls over tbe arms-eye seams,' so giving close.calculation to know just had a fool a thorough enjoyment; never 'nM
might suggest;' I ventured "thaten finished with straight cuff. At the jhe broad effect of fashion ThesleeVes how to shoot to overcome the'rise and w.a Kale man wholly unhappy .
i scarcely In a position to Judge. The >Mice end the M....' neck Is a novel.stock with tie. are snug for a short distance fall of the ocean swell and the ,effect ,A noble spirit ,dlsdaJneth,the maliceof
If you would allow me to play" :'Ji friend Teports an Interesting ex, The quantity of material- required: below- -the shoulders, but form 'full of'the > wind:.upon the bullets It 1* Fortune; his greatness of, soul ,1* 'l
part of devoted himband to :you for perlment be witnessed at IIarvard, A for the medium size Is four and three- puffs 'at. the wrists where' they d'',...ar.. aid that not one out"of one hundred not to be cast down. He hath not "ts ,
$ ar, at the end of that time 'yon number of hungry white mice were put eighth yards twenty-one inches wide, held by straight cuffs. shots of' the best marksmen' 1* ef offered his happiness to depend on her ;'
really b6 able to give no. opln-'Into one end ora long wire cage full four and one-fourth yards twenty-sev The, quantity of material required fective. When'the tide Is full the derrick miles, and therefore with her frown '
II i the subject." I. of intricate and purposely ,pnztllnff en inches wide or two and three- for the medium size is five and three stand. In the midst. of the breakers he shall not be dismayed.1\ f
e> shook her head find put a night paasages'and some tempting food was eighth yards fort .four'tnches wide. fourth yard twenty-one Inches wide ; and a landlubber Js apt to' feel a The poor man seethe not, the! vexa
the middle of a new ,dlngrnm placed in tu,' other end. ,The mlco. All broad shoulder effects are' in, little squeamish looking down from the tion and' anxieties of the richhe, ,
\ I responded belligerently with 'a sniffed the food and desired It. But in vogue The other very stylish 'bloUs'e', dizzy*heights on the rolling water be- i feeleth not the difficulties and perplexi eN
Underneath the first attempt to obtain it. they ran shown in the large drawing Is trimmed' I low Tbe shooting is generally don ties of power neither knowetb be- the ,
I* regards the money" I said "yon belter-skelter to and fro in tbo utmost and tucked to give continuous lines in .j I.j on a',flood,, tide., so that the animal wearlomenes of leisure;, and.ttbeifv" n t
expect' me, to. make a fortune confusion. Several minutes elapsed before waist and sleeves and Is eminently when klllf.l/wlll wash ashore., and fore It I* that be replneth at his own' '
out ever having had an, opportu- they succeeded la finding their graceful and smart. The model Is even. 'then If I i.sometimes thfee'or four lotEnvy not; therefore, ,toe appearance ' '
way" through the mystifying labyrinth made of cerise crepe de chine and Is !lay before It Is beaclted,' Eafh banter of happiness In any man, for thou 11\ '
she admitted. to the desired goal. In the second trimmed with heavy net with ap- marks his bullet with, a mark known knoweth not his 'secret grief '*'Ij rid'
nt yon seem to expect me*to make trial;immediately given, they made the pliques of silk cherries and a ruche of t. the other bunter and when an ot 1
Jove ,me without any opportunity/ ] journey In niurti! quicker time, the third chiffon but all materials sufficiently i ter_ _is_ found on the beach tte first dntr ....:r. a
I, Yon haven't given me much, time quicker still and finally without pliable, for fine tucks are suitable' 'and MIj : or the Under: I*'' to look tot the bullet That certain Insect*, bird, mammal' ', ...' +.; "
unity," I said, regretfully. a, doubt o? hesitation they 'dashed the trimming, can 1'ace''or'applique and ascertain who 1* tbo rightful.owner ] and reptiles habitually, pretend to' bo :
at depends of the In of any sort the sleeves are wide and 'for this sign is' respected dead
she said, "opotrj through the mazes sago comparativelyno among when danger threaten them t* a ,' '
yon 'call; opportunity. tlmo at all.Professor I full over, puffs of" cream chiffon thatare" the hunter* a* sacredly.! a* marks and well-known et,'but it 1* generally be-' N
fell." I remarked '"1' think Ills 'noyee culls this n1)iUtJ'.ofaamol. charming In'.their effect'but' the brands are among siockmetC.! ; TWben' Moved that tuts itateccm 1* resorted to,
4 gave me a pretty good oppor- to use their own past exprrl under sleeves can be of.,tbermaterlalIf an otter come ashore with no ballet in only ,bra animals., 'In' Booth America
the 'night of the '. It Is-tin- preferred. : him as Is frequently the case,tbe bnl- there '
dance when I once "doellry.! | "_;and says however la D plant: specie of '
nt wltq! -her In the conservatory.** most :persuasive of all Ilie slglmi; '' 'or' Xbe' design !ie-slmpliclty Itself,' alt let baring' gone clear thronjrh tbe body, HlmoM-wblc.a: resort to'death-felgn-'
Is* ''Arpoldt"she asked! quickly, mind.-+nort6 Transcript..,'' '' the effect of elaboration being obtained and:: no notice bavlnirbeen glvcn..H i. Ing. evidently: for' the purpose of preventing q:1
"at Miss 'Arnold Dq yon'mean' ': : by trimming. The' lining, Is I smoothlyfitted ',.,. ,. l 61//1\ \' .. '..., regarded] as a +".lick' ear" in *.toCkm"o' grasveatlng animal from _t"I: Y 1
Arnold?, .Oh, I always said she nlraaYI, HIh.! and both It and, the waist are .. 'parlance 'and belong:; 'to the lug It! In Its natural state this plant ,,(( '
most atrocious1 I closed at,.the back The yoke Is sep- arocsa, finderSometimes. an otter, on. recelr. baa a vivid 't'
flirt
,
r 'Eacles-bave! been-noticed flying at n green! bue; but directly
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a-ate made of combined tucking and 10-' Ing a death shot d
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Don't know sinks; but the
her Christian ** height of 0000 banter i J. touched by human'finger'or
name. feet and storks rod 1ms- : by
-net. and below it the front and backs four.n4: on -luilf yard twentysevenInches generally, knows,when be I
vaguely "i called her 'darling.*J cards at 2000 feet. A lark will HMto bas bit bis any, live'animal.; : collapse Into ,
In tacks. 'those at the 'a'r'
are.laid narrow wide .
don't or two and on..hth7arda' mark. }'By observing the ''water ,
with tan "
suppose it'sany. Miss =fe""of'apparently"dead-andwltb 'U'
Ar- the same hetglll and .",wllt cro", .. *
at centre front full length. others extend' forty-four inches wide withthree Id* glasses be can discern ,
yon know/ even at thegreat red tems. Sensitiveness
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itrvui. ...tetirttti" ; Vaiteu (frizeue RUN-DYER" LOCAL ITEMS Last Tuesday b M.the J.resident Hicks was' now'void' occupied <

'1'SltpHONj No.11, .. under a decree of the U, 8,. Court, by j
\ir L.I ; I -I IBuokikln C. S. Adams, Special,'Master at pub1100ut.cr7t.and CHAS" DA NN.

"lIUoUMU"' p.aT>mo :T'U , 'Bhoes; at'Dna'.. : was bid in1' by E., L. W.
,till/oe Taller U ate tie iiallaiMj<< t Leslie. The Waldron property In /

1U..nn.&E.OBCItULACOtJJlTY.FL.... The grand Jury adjourned :yester- South Klssimmee was sold by the .

day same author 1 y, J. M. Wlllson sr.i; '.

r.B, Hiss .J.1. PROPRIETOR, *' t Miss Rosalie Xll" left. Friday Us of Mlamt_being the .purchaser, THE SHOE MAN'

for' Tampa. Rev. O 'E. Jones, of Sanford, spent

"... B.. POUKD,:,..Editor. | fid( .Rolls.Fane/ Matting at Grave list Friday and Saturday very pleas
with friends In Plant City. H(
aptly
Mrd at the Fmutno* In KlMlmmee, Fla., & Graves'. '
?,.*. a>nand-.la"mall matter. ,,--. j\ All kinds of Toys: -for the children was on at hl.wlLy Wlldwood., to Bartow Mr from Jones Presbytery had NewF'aJl' Goods. :
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hb. "be.s wilt please .notify the office UBMTdUl 1 at Stanford's. : a large crop .of oranges on his Klssimmee Offering

tof.tthepp rreirairlT. ,1 I VT. .T. Waring bat fireworks, cheap, Island grove, which netted ,
Ail oofnmnflloatione xcol from our autuortod .
finned bf lb sL.jeot.dmstl.r for Christmas. him 2,800.' He can be, successfully .
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r . .. .00..pond..DIaHI. II i' rated ask an ''Orange.King- his .. . '
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,} ) will not be. returned unleT,1 .. For choice whiskies /or the holiday many friends congratulate and rejoice 'JBOYt -

.ealled- Tbe editor U not reeponilble. for opinfobaepw.red :s., l go to Bearden's.. with him" in his luace18.-Plant City 'J ------" :' CLOTHING. ? 4) -

byoorreepondonu. r Shells at Watson'- Courier ;: fl OC

\ Adv..

I Rev. T. F. Bell a short' account a .... -
'* j 'SUBSCRIPTION RATE8. Get jour-Fireworks early, before! ,. gave boys' appearance and to G L. '
4 'Oa.oo07on.Isu..J..a.,1, ..."..1. Is too late at Pann'g. of theyear'. work; The church was t his self-respect I thro" .' r"D {
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rn i month_..,, ,.......<...,, .., reported ins prosperous and healthy .
V; .Oneoopy.Iz>n."Pl.Ihl!. moniht..n,,.?. ,.v....,..nn ..26I 'Leon Conklln made a, business' trip. condition: All the financial claims these to. the moulding rv, 3yr ::':: 30 lr
to Tampa Wednesday. have-been met in full and i it bar beena the'chara er of the futnre '.... t' 8.O { tlr

{Friday: December 11, 1603. Dolls! Dolls!! Dolllm]!! In end- For goad all year in ,.;t.plritual more'than interests.fifteen / man than tq keep him neatly _::: f 4 y = "C

'I!: less -variety at Stanford's.Lost.Masonic hundred purpose dollars (.1,.'>23)) hAve. been dressed. His clothing *, "A' / ai 3 Q Q, en'

'. Mr... Chlltom- Appear at the Xndttortutn' pin. FliMer Jeward' i raised; some names have been lost r'-t .need not be expensive,, but ?A > .::r= .G) -;;

_, Tuesday Night. el by leaving at thlioflloe. from the roll by removal, and a few I Meat and In the prevailing ". ; .. id .c en

-#' Mrs. William Calvin Cbllto'n, Dra-I I 'S, B., Wiggins, of Call, Fla., was to by the death church.; seventeen In the have church been and added by .. styles.. L We )have a.7 nice ,. ; '. ';::" Q,'- .B I :
Die- at life Graves House yesterday. line of these goods and ; I en
and
made Reder,'Impersonator the societies of the church over three -
I, tator'one of Tho most talented!" ladles t f E. O. Morgan and wife went to Fort.OltdelL.Velllerday hundred religious services have been would like you to see them. .I.I5 ,
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8otnh m-eppeal'.aLJ.ho- on a visit fo relalives. held of about for '> "
or the ; or an average, one While .they last : $1:00 :';, n t'' s. ] I.I + '
. dUorlum. Tuesday night under the each day of the conference The 1
v* year : C:
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values ?5c $5.50 .
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iff. >,ausplcel of the local Lyceum. Read pastor said this had been a, .pleasantyear .. 1 ; u t
of the :A. --- -
S. P. Collier rate agent - = S 6 +
then 298.
and valueonly en
;i' 2f the : to him.Orange .Q
the Graves House
sndsear'ber C. I*, was at yes D G) i
1\1. '''Ira and..sect : ( Blossom Lodge No. 80, F; . .! QJGu
i. Bar'readillg of the and A. M. held SHOES -- en u Q, > .
a very interestingand G
: Mrs. J.; C. :Anderson, of Orlando '
Esther excelled anything of tbe kind ay
pleasantcommunloation las Monday Q' t.
that has euerooroe under Datlce.'H. .-" was-visiting_Mrs. Bearden here this
my night. Besides th+ election! of for everybody&J
a R. Palmer New York city. week. officers and work in the K.A.' degree Y from the tiniest e S ,
Albany has never made the acquaintance Dr. M. J. Hicks was called to Orlando four candidates being initiated-an ) ; c QJ
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\\1 i4< 'of a professional readeJ to be Wednesday on professioua' oyster supper at the Park Hotel was to the largest" .. p U >;: 31N

's 1 classed with her..-The Albany' Dally. business., .partaken of after' the lodge closed. -Dorothy Dodd" w ,

Hearld Georgia. X D. Graham and family have returned District Depnty Oran Master T. P. is our specialty, -- .
The best all round reader lever beard *
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Warlow, of Orlando and WE
," from Louisiana, and wll. remain was present ladies shoe.- f HATS -
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,1; -Jo Davis, See.- Ga. Chautauqua.
conferred the in ,
degrees a manner
".' Mr*. William Calvin Chllton, ofMississippi ,here.; highly entertaining to the cVaft as 'Ourfall and win :. ALSO.ter I' I

"i'! is considered great success I Miss Margaret Bryan returned well as the candidates." The electionof line will be I p
ii ta her protrayal of the "south. from three weeks visit''' to relativesand officers resulted" as follows: M. to please. +iill'a No big stock of them but I .. '
sure
"1 1-; ,-crn Darkey," Mrs. Chilton was a friends in }Fort Lauderdale "Mon Katz.W. M.; II. N. Drattton. S. W.; J 'l well selected line, of the 1 t

., -II delegate to a recent, convention' of day. J. M. Wlllson 1r., J. W.; Jno. M. Lee. Price $3.00 per mdkt serviceably shapes..

: elocutionist.and made a decided bit PatJohnson and Fred McLaughlin Tress; J. E. Pound, Sec. The meeting pair and. there'snone .. sizes colors and styles we !
}; \ 'In .' 'readlnJt from Ruth McEdery attended.there better.- J
was largely being
.t Stuart -"New York Trlbume.Mr brought fifteen horses down from Orlando '( could find for the money I j
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present nearly thirty, several .of whom I ,, : )
*. Chlltoa I II well known throughout Wednesday for W. J. Mo- were visitors. We also have a. '! "; we ask for them. Wn incheapergoo ,
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.' the"Stat.. 1.1 a gracefully reader Cracken. ) nloe line "l

.,;.''yand a popular elocutionist. In her I You can jl'et'a whole set of fine decorated Hon. Frank Clark and Hon. James ...fin -. "' vite your inspection of our"stock
and will
dialect and humorous free Alexander were in the alley-Gazette< appreciate [ '
of by
.rendition v Crorkeryware absolutely all styles.Come .--
elections. 'she Is incomparable. She I trading with Stanford. Ask for par office Monday when A, S. Campbell ) 1your patronage. Drop in I ll

",,M 1speclalfy floe In her interpretations ticulars. of candidates Campbell Station entered.to him The _I _' _____u __ to see us when in town. ,
wereinlroduced ,
of Dickens and Mark Twaln.-New N
_ : ', Orleabr Picayune. E. M. Hart; a prominent fruit buyer when Mr. Alexander remarked that ) ... I
and cattle dealer of Le.keland1 was he knew how Mr. C. stood In hU J.! t
t 'P.' Paul, Miss Ora Paul N. S.Toler, in the city yesterday a guest of the choice for congressman" It be was an to us for Shoes of any kind. I

?"rr} Lena Foster Jante Toler, Ira ,.Paul Graves House. "old 'timer," when the latter said: )

'.p'i. Mrs.- N. S, *01ev. F. D. Paul P. L. Messrs. Fleming and Van Fleck returned MWell, I don't know whether you
a 1 Paul Walton Paul and John Toler last Friday from a few days would call me an old timer' or not,
registered at the Graves House Saturday and but I was one of the first settlers of See
hunt. ''They report a fine time our CounterBargains.SELL j
nlgbt..," 'Tbey were en route to plenty of South }Florida have been through two 50 .
-Campbell where they will make their game. wars, got shot all to piece, raised a m
r future home.. ManballcPbatl.er la having his family of fourteen children been

new cottage painted as fast as the "nake bit, chased-by wildcats, alligators !

A negro tram-trom'a hand who it Is supposed siding is put on.' The. idea Is certajnly and other ""varmints and .. - -... -' ._..--- "
fell freight train last .
a good one. drawn through acane mill." "Jeems"
night; was found 'afterwards on the -
Rev: Father Fo*, of Orlando, will gave bun an elongated candldatorial
aide of the A: C. L. track sear smile, while Frank "winked the othereye"
'>'WlUon's blacksmith shop, to an un- celebrate mass at the home of Mr.
a., ...JcontIClaus state and badly bruised and Mr*. ATress' at.7 o'clock Saturday as much at the as to Valley-Gazette Indicate that Reporter be wouldsee OQIMIIH] ANA SEE ' :

;;:J' ,# Dr Hick was summoned and the Injured morning,. Deo;. I9tb. Mr. Campbell later aDd secure the

. man treated; He wa subseqnently South Dakota votes of himself and 1- -- OUR NEW LINE OF FALL .. } .
; sept to the, railroad hospitals Mrs J. A Pickles, of : bl."artuy''ofenlidren. ._,, ..,,- .__ ,
fj ; is here looking after her orange '(, :! ,
at Sanford, not having regained conaclousness. two miles from town, and; is

;;..a-rtaloeod... :Hit name could. "not, beT grove registered at the'Graves House. Santa Clans' Headquarters. Dry GOodSC1othing-j. I J -II
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Jno. Kirkland, of Douglass', Ga,. established 1 I fta ,
Santa Claus has his
A Christmas box will be send from spent last Sunday with his v brother, es fti
headquarters the: of II C. "I
SiKlfilmmee to the inmates of the.,Orlando C. A. Kirkland at; Anderson's still, store
Hospital,, and all charitably- and left Monday for Brunswick, Ga. Stanford, and baa opened 'Up I ATz
,teolined person, regardless of church the largest stock of Xmas goodsever AND NOTIONS. .
affiliations, are requested to cOntrib- But ilulehas been dope In court so brought to Klsslmrnee. Toys of every . .

'tile' something. Mrs. Chapman; of 'far this week. As we-go to press, the description, Dolls In endless va- ,
-. tbe Hotel Klssltnmee bas the matter I.case of the State vs. J. C. I3ass,. who. rlety. Toilet Sets,. ShavingSeta, .
'k'; ta charge,'aDd will}, receive gifts until is charged with the kllllntt of Alex Smoking Sets, China and Glassware, .. :
.. ,: th* 1Mb lost., when the box will be Robinson in 1891, le on trial. 't FuJI in fact presents to suit' any and every
lo0d fr shipment.. Call on''Mr. proceedings of the court will be 'given body. Call and make your selection '
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"ne",.'J'. p'..Bell, pastor of the Methodist The Ladies'? Home Missies Society Tit Formula tells the story : "
left of E. will tea at at the and date
church, on Tuesday last fort the M. church give a pame on your
Lake City to attend the Florida Annual the residence of?Di Thomason next paper fend if you are in' arrears kind
Conference. ,We learn that he takes Friday night, the 18th inst. A splen- ly send in the amount due. We have Grove's Chronic i Chill Cure
a port'port and a clean record of his did programban been arranged, aDd allowed some subscriptions- run ;I
? church with him *o far as financial a 'pleasant evening is promised ;all Over during the'dull season, but we
'assessments, 'of his' charge 1 II con- who attend. feel that there Is no'reason 'now- whywe Not a potent medicine i a thin.spirituous liquid, of a pleasant Mtter taste mad of fi

,corned' a* every .one of them has been Small. boys, and largef'ones too should be asked to wait longer on Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK j
paid in full Besides that, the church them, as everyone can easily raise the .
hal had better be careful about shootingflrecrackerft mall Extract BLACK 'ROOT Fluid PRICKLY ASH BARK
been considerably' atreOil.heDed'durlDg other fireworks in amout due us. Please attendto Fluid Extract
his ministry here,:, and so far ; : and? this afbnce.: Fluid Extract DOC BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
..< 'a* wa have been able learn; It is the vicinity of frame buildings. City WOOD i l'It

;' the for desire fc&otber.year.-. -of all_ :'c that, he1 be returned. after Marshal foolishness.such..McPbatter boys, and Is be _geuicg won't -stand right ., Uosen't! Respect: Old ABO.It ; Cures the Chills that" other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.. ;

rBy'ovenlgbtla.t week any shameful when youth falls to TEe Best General Tonic. No Cure. No Price. 50c. '! '
Pay.
Ih.. '' ; we neglected .Miss Maud Geiger, the handsome how proper respect for old agebu ,
.. 'to'ment.oD.! the' union services which "
and talented-young from Jacksonville lust" the contrary In the case of Dr
t. :were held.aU.he Presbyterian church who has been visiting Miss Kln '.Ne.w Llt S Pills. They cutoff mala . -
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Sunday night before; The meet' -
dies no matter how severe and 4rresp ?e.Iveof -
"ting bad been Emma Morgan for a week or more, r.1
arranged by the .
k of.the' Methodist and Baptist pastjr church- departed Geiger made for Orlando'yesletday.lasting friends Miss Fever, old Constipation ago. Dyspepsia all yelld,) Jaundice to this, Tro Cure Cold in One

|e andf.lowshipto*, to five an expression their fellow-worker of good will and. admirers while many here. perfect Pill 25o, .at Osceola Pharmacy .a Day. .

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Kev\T. G. Rvlley, who at that time A horse belonging to W. B. Makiiion : .i
delivered his farewell sermon as p... 'ran away Saturday and made :+******+*+++************* Laxative Bromo ,Quinine Tablets. A /J& On every' ;

,jor.of' tbe feelingly: church here. things lively in town for a.' few min. Seven Mnnon ixMie* cold toe pmt 19; month This signature (9. Sr a't+rt bOI a.5 r'r'f
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spoke of his departure.. utes. In his flight he ran against: one i. PARK HOTEL
i-a* did the other ministers and we are of the posts supporting the verandah ;

sure that we but voice the sentiments In front of the Valley-Gazette office : 4, M. GARDNER "! 'L _ "
iMrt the people of KUsunmne when we and knocked, it considerably out .ol :; ;.++t+ ++ + + ++ +++ ++: ++++++++ .
ti'f/ that we Ifo08.el, regret that the plumb. : PROPRIETOR. i j jf. Georgia SontliernS Florida ,
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t .JEMiley family areto leave t>.. We trust Pjl
.*bey,, ) will .be pleased in their new Night Watchman Bass la getting s Rates: $1 Per Day. Semi Nurseries, RAILWAY ,, ,
," ,''home at.Bartow.J. right after parties who.Violate the ,.ordinance : I
8UWANEB "
', "'' ,prohibiting the riding 'Of 'bl. ,Special arrangements 1 f.. RIVER ROUTH.
? by
. E., JJowen, 'i. promlDent. rablle cycles not provided with lamps at :. the month. Comfortable :; 1 Orlando, Florida HCHEDUtES IN EFFECT JUNK; .211. 1008.
grower and sawmill man, -of Davenport night and bells at all .
times. Two
1' ,"'was a pleasant caller I at our ofTuesday. : room and table.furnished w.th : i Fruit 11 11I. ,
.Jtoe He bal hit white boys were arrested for- this offense If you intend planting any Trees this fair :send 'me list Dixie Flyer. Quick step e .
upon ti good this week, and a fine of two dol- : the best the market affords I of wants and I Peach'antS I.rl'iUtka. A 60 pan A 15* m
can save you. money or Orange,
o plan to'bring his fruit into' promlloenoe lars t I. t your Lv J.ok.onvHle ... TMpm 7/asm ,
." b"'having printed some showy imposed in each case. :.......................... .. Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. Vnlilonu... ...!..... ...12Hbim 11 uoam ,.. ','i'
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label which''' .read..a* follows; Last week Rev. ,J''. E. Bowen, Silas .''f TTlltnn : 12 Ktpm .. .H'J."
'Red HUI Orange. Quality Guaranteed F. Bowen and Van Adair, of Davenport **********+************** W. R. SPEIR. ArCord.I.r; ;'' 14ASm } 48pm

< Grown and packed [ by J.' E. accompanied by W. E. Hudson : t ox spa i ArAmerlfiunArColumbui. .. .. .. 7 Aft urnirAugniit OSpmft :
of Orlando T. M. + ++ + ++++++++ ++++++++++++++ ++++ A 1l26pan
J Bowen! Davenport, Florida. These went out on a hunting expedition : MURPHY, ___++ + + +. +++++++++++++ Ar Monljfomurir.. lap m ""
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+i label bepntsoneveryboxbe'pack.. 1.0daYI and killed one : e.d4r '\'
Every' orange grower should "do the bear, two deer, one turkey and twen : M \yiLLSON JR., AtMacooon..i...,. .4Otm ,, /

came thing. > '',. ' ty-four quail. That's what we call a, : Justice of the Peace... Notary t' j. J. W.Funeral TIIOMPSON *. 1R... ..:. .. ...... .' '.
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'There beln? no i court on,;.Mondaylonewoonnt .ucce 8ful-bunt. J, E. Bowen is an f Public State at Large'* C l J TOTAJtY XfVBUC.M ? c. ore*. p ,1i ;.,
old hunter and .. ........
he ban killed ArAtlrnta.
T2Aam
says 45pinlpn
of the absence of I STATE LAROB. 7 !,
i Judge than i -l I AT .). ArCoUimbm..... .. 7O8. i .. . .. -
more two thousand deer In Flor : Director m .
: M Jones, Hons. James E Alexander and and Em-
Real .E tate, Agent. ArHtrmtntt'hahtr..1220pm ........ .
Frank Clark,candidates for Congress, ida, and turkeys almost Innumerable, Office I is_Va s Diuor.Bulldlstv KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA.. Memphis ... ... soaom ... ..... ; "J.-y
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i entertained the crowd with speeches at A., B. Stephens, of Bells' Mill. who IDA.I Dalmer.3dsslxxirn.ee ArM.rletta.N. c. uT...L..... .. T
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,the Court House ip tbe afternoon. Is well known in Klsslmraee, was} in | !' FLO Arthalt.noogs. 100 nm 1 on am,. 'f.

":>lr.; 'characterlfttlo genial .
way kept hi* Stephens met with accident , ., .
a serious AI''HI Loul.. .... ... 7atam i '
'audience'in a good humor from. tart which will Incapacitate him for work MhWWWD D (I FRENCH FEMALE .A.CbluRIfO ...... .. llMam 84pm._ '
to n"b, laying ''considerable' ..l.tress -- 1
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for some time While engaged at theshingle I) P 'f ... ..,. '
ArLoul.rllU ., 2ftftam 1,
oa the matrimonial plank In 'hi plat- DR. J HOWE . 11 Mpm ,,
machine his left hand was \ -: A.....C-. ;i kww fcrtW a.rrr___ Ar(;lnclnu tl........ 720ara OSpm "\
)'' worm., and .pronouncing. an 'eloquenteulogy caught In the machinery, and thefore- ApcU11' .t Is/) I ','!AJ ::: -=..\ar..Jt.s-rw: c.as.t.Lp. ..! .
: Bob Davis, Osoeola' fa. ..... .... _
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Bnger-cut completely, ] off, ;'and the oth .:. ,DI.**M..* of. I' a..r., pr M.. "In...._..u" ....... ry.a : "
: wrist candidate for ,Governor.'' Mr. ., ... ... .... trains
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era.badly I ,,mangled I ; :''1: =::= =: rrII e..wUNlvx. JMknonTllla to. Mtooo.'
Tr.ln. front Paratka .
.Clark while'at the indulging In a few.pleas Goorie"Parker Eye, Ear, NoSei.Throat arid1 ..a.eaL 00..u............,... .. traln.olllll'/ ( north from connect JacknouTllU.' ValdOl"' ..IU. vt
jotrie* beginningtook thing the son of Agent Local vlaoperaon JXil
''a little more seriously. He briefly rerlewed ,Parker, of the A. C. L.,' who has beeoruDDlnR' QhestXFITZGERALD.,, .. .. .. ,. rom.lnln' (In depot until river 7:*, a.ir.'JIorinnlmiSlBim'i M.1con.
his public' record, and said Sold Klxas.. by th* 0.0.01. Drug Co 8> | .
as fireman on the Sugar Belt Pn 0r fromJaek.on:
''would return ''to Klslmmee 'after' and Midland as fireman, was promo .:;OA.' ; \ cba". o/ran. TU Above :.0.... wlthooX..
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meeting of the'State. Otiftnmttte. ', 'bel'. .ed"last week' and is now aD''engineer an" ".?'" ? D Dixie'riycr on trslnlo train aLoPaft" -
thousands of I a.THOIUSoIi. : e'iiuTe.epers iam. Cblcgo,
the Issue* of the campaign were la'the Sanford 7 ani. The promotion is Treata. cases F. -. p5y.l.lsr sad fs.ra.orALLQILL5 wllhvn' .

17 defined when -be would,Jbe I a deserted one, for no 'yonng man Is ,nually. Solicitscorrespond ._'''..ID. matloa For .oh""olo'.addr..s lOutbboaad' a4dotberinfu
to discus men and; meaur.u'> I more capable ,andattentive to duty 'ence, with: ;sufferers''' everywhere " RAViehsv'' y yDlitriePuxing.rAr.nt.7oiw.s.rJt
..... have frieaJ in i than -George Parker... That ,Resld.sc.'Pbera 33.. : :;
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r" Pay your ub.ortptlod . :
e ,' line 4ftuni.rtcateon' liavefUed! up.Inooh. .oounWr,litnj rn I .
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'w*.11.. : '\ Profession! :cns ., 1- .
tho1D Or'lando.Big j i. ,
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presents" see '"
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VB"ImEn, :: E;P1 ItX' KUIDAY,,,,. lot syrup'can at WaUob'a. r t lunches on abort ootlo -i Ubu lD,,i I, ,I wGalAdaai.1Mersd.. : "" :" .y.

BT ; f. ,Nioelineclooka'atDannlishe'Sh; ;Price... 'Furniture. ,at," t Grave' ,'& hours 'Oysterf. ta any ,ityle' ,' ..bams"lIdwILObe'l ", er Gu" 8.jo'A'_ w. to'ftbelh' ,
POUND HARP. I IS. .. ..Grave bam and eggs, hot ooffw iP8 A; VANS AGNEW' 9.. J,.' .,1Ii4 . ,

r Wm. Frail re has moved into Geo. etc. "rved. reasonable prloe. li .. ORLAND.OV so1i RTq A ,
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Din.OTORY.MtTHomrr IaoiXvfosleyspenl, 1111bert's house. I tATTOBN T AT LAw.4..e I -. ,-- ;
OHUROH Sunday In pr .
I Hopkins "Qncle'Dsd, will be Ic ... .J!:; !f." ,
I NOTARY
CffD& .-Prcacblnf each Sal 1 Largest stock of Christmas Goods charge to tee that our customer are AND .PUBLIC, : J > -, ,. ', "f '.
lib. 11 &.m. and 7. o. ''ock< Praytr meson I W. F. Prescott made a ''busineei in town at Stanford's.'.., properly treated; W. solicit. your; KJSSIMM E. FLA. "
k very Tbnr.day :.T.nln? at \p. IB.. 8abohoor.8und.r l I tOrlando! Monda,. .- '. patronage lit this line. : sitliie ..usstMsWa
Dr.
Tbomasson's office 'phone, li '
1I10rDIDJ': "*'-&.. Pu >r'BAITIS C. F. Outlaw. distiller ior i. "No. 41-two rings."'. 0 R.. ,T.' BUTLEaiN1' . DRJ ,jn\vv SIMPSON, ; _' ? '
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,toaoblnt* ery Bundsvv 11 7. 'm ind Pu 1 Po'm r.- lon, leas In town Monday! No old' shells brought 6ver. from L NNNwtV NNN" . : i- .Yip dI1er C : .;e t
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i-outm !Peoflas mooting.SO p; m. Rundaobool i nav. Jones Iowa last ... ,. $ WN7 N,1.1 1' ,. ., I .1' NM'p .
'..11 a. m. Prarer moetlac.T.ry Ttaun, came from Sanford season at W. .oa .. '1" 4 1 I .. ", I;
lay 1,p. m. VUltors always waieom!' . Monday fn business, '. D. Wilson>has moved' to ,the Seymour Business 'Locals ,Office' over Osceola'Pharmacy,. '. ." ;.' ....... 4,1"1
EPlncorAb .-D DJUdd 12 O' "E A"S -
HT ,JOHN'S.RMlor. Berjrloei. o" the __ndd Sut. Fine' ChlDa Closet given away bj builolng up stairs. OP'Ptvlt HOURS V JtSi m' ton m: J. ;
Dana the LN1MN f t.o 6:30 n .;
flu* of the month Morning ..rrlos at 10:9 Shoe M..n. The hotels and E p. -.J-
Vclock, Kvenlurr! .."1",- at 70 o'clock. boarding house! .. ..... Telephone No. 76Jtrtj; d:'11rI
E. L. have -- -- -.
been crowded this week.,
Sparkman; of '
Tampa was"gue.t '
. PaaeBTTxataWC.bacw-Dlvtne and third wonblpoT nh: of the Kl..lmmee Hotel a Guitars at Dana's.New . ; .REAL esrr.A: T
.'1Ir.1 Sunday Sunday in esciooih. Mond.y,, E. H. Walker and Cbas. Homes, of I 11
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fi* '.i-Tloe. 'Mornlnn at 7:00 cerrlr P. m.at Sunday 11m. Bohoof a Even a'':: Mrs. A. J: Barnes bas purchased Orlando were here Monday. ' shape. in Men's Hat* atKaU's. Frvsb ..Fi.fc.'and OTBtora, 'AND '!iNSURANCte! ;:1Send

1:46: a. m.- C. K. .er.Io at '1111 p. m. Praye r the Seymour store, id, Nprth Klsslm- H: J.' Fresh .Kith.., Ta .
fc..tlngTburndi* ov.nln at 7:00: 1>.'m.' El.: Moody, of.River View, was-at School Shoes( at Stanford guaranteed. .day.,' Thursday

Irybody li "' 0"001'41&11 l,)v tlt d toiUoodthM., mee.Col. the, Hotel Klsslmmee Monday,, and Saturday--OystersafterOct.1.' , 'If". .....: ) 'J.
nlo. *. O. BAILST PMior. .Tone Leave orders at, the bottling work "
or ,
Orlando .
Al.ix: VATIDSOM. BapUoM .. for State : > candidate R. E. McLatghlin,:of. Leave orders for Stove Wdo'd'M lobe ',C AS...BASS : :N; \.. ,. ..t.,
Tuesday.
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Attorney la ,, .
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waj the city pleasant caller at our: oboe cone Job' Printing.LpvnNEY's }
Box
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Weather' For Japanese can.five feet long, apt' N : ,1
Official Report..AJaa49 NMNNII :
If Muslla
elegant line of Ladles'
you an't flnd'the Christmas. ply to John.Overstreet.. :.fiOo per 100 -
.. Ta..4'1'1J.Wrr" epm.'' present 'Underwear at Kau's.C& ; L
you wand anywhere, else
to
,Till!U"A Y ETsm, Ueoe 1WXU) Stanford's, go. Senator Thomas PaUfter ot Tampa ro.. . / C'A'NDIES.L' : L 'i :t
Man" :
.. -.-' Parker was here on legal bulneo'thts week to "Dann the Shoe ,
Mietl'Vlrginia went to Orlando erjthlog the Shoe line. ,
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Mas. Mln., lull. Saturday pn a visit to relatives J. B. McNelll of-DeLand",- was a 0, ., ., ,. '0 1.
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-' and friends guest of .the. Hotel Kisiimmee' Tues Buy your Shoes from Stanford the /" '" 1-


lei..,...... ... ..,v..... .at 72 81 42l ..,...., day The with Ltllle 1721 came up the rlve Satur .day.M.. D. rind.all: of Narcoossee, wasa old reliable, shoe man.." line CHOCOLATES AND .aON. 'BONS'; >' : ) .
boxes of Stanford has ol
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lunday . .... ... 07 .16 l .. .. Orange. and an up-to-date,
of Monday .
Vondiir ..t. ..,.. 64 ,fin , ..1. 21 passenger. guest the Hot.el.K1.IImmee'u Men' Hats, .Neckwear.;: &o.' "
nend.)....... ..,. 117 ..42 .; BOX AND BULK, GOODS : .. w
ednevday....... 74 Irl M ..Danll; a cousln: of' Qhas. W. Your subBorlption for Book or .. I .
undav.lurrii; 'M 47M .... Jann of this city, was down-from. Orlando The balance of the. lumber owned'by Magazine at publlsner's any price 'andsavq BOXES FROM 35C' TO '$2:75: : ,:;. ). ::,? ,): .
Pfann & Co. at <:Campbell being ?
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,. A. SIMPSON; P. M, Monday. shipped.; ' you the po tage, 'at Panns. 'A '. '' . t ,L.r' -i.fV-i ..'.', .-i'- ''.'''r. ., ,...\ '

W.''J r; 'Starns S. Prince, ,of J,. :Tampa A. Bryan were and .E.at J.. M. "Wlllson' sr., of" Miami, 'i j.* visiting Ladies, before buying your Fall Largest Stock, ..and Freshest' Candles f In .Towtf.. ". .1 ; ': ;' :tj/
a'
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fur Insertion 'of advertise' call
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Our rats the Klsslmmee' Hotel his son,J. M. Wiltson. .jr.; of Dress: Goods; Trimming, pnII. .
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Sunday. '
among the reading matter' on this place. ,. C. Stanford and save moneys ., \.1 +
ents Thoma". Alderman and wife, of Bas Fruits Nuts, Crackers, Tobacco and Cigars;: ., ; ...i\r' ,
Ihls page II ten centi per. line each Iq- enger, were. here several this I. N. Tls'on left Monday for St;.Augustlne Stove! '''004. .M :
days to have his 'eyes treated by .... '. :
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ertion. week; guests of the Graves House. ." We will furnish Stove Wood, deity sYaurrr'" ;
Dr
;Worley, .

Tampa's Hon. leading McFarlanV attorney,; was one of In 'Trial will Day be In :the JusticeT.M.third MondayIneach Murphy'scourt ; ered Strand.to. ,any part MAYNARD,of town LUMBKB at 1.00 Co.per I/y1 A.Santa ) .- TnESS": : ; 47'. r. ,!J o"',/..:.. (

the city attending court 11 weekyThe month: : ''To Cure A Cold In Ore Day. a,> tiwNwsa"""' """' Nwavwa -to Frf.

Local- -News.'Phonic-.-.. .. he boards Lyceum at the Comedy,Co.house hejd' down three Attention ladle.l Beautiful China '. Take Laxative'' Bromo Quine'Tab "

, .' nights the past week opera to fair audiences. Closet given Away Enquire! Dann lets. All druggist *refund the money "
if its fe.il* ,to cure E. W. 1 ,
H. C. Chapman of the. Ktsslrniiiee The-Suoe Man. signature U on.each. box. 25o O ceola "
Hotel went to Jacksonville on bnsl- App.Godwln'and.I.ter. Miss viola Pharmacy : r

ey your wants; news Monday, and returned Tuesday of Ute, were here this week guests of. Clau ::
the Park Hotel.Walter : i
I We'll do the running. Lieut.'CoUAV.: E. Cadman of N 1.1'- '

'I' was among the distinguishedarrivals Lorenz, of Narcoosee, wa ,
KlSSIMMEK DRUG) Co.I'i at the 'Klnlmmee Hotel Mon- In the city Monday, and registered I r 51 .r!
I day. the Hotel Kllalmmee.; 1 t' 4

tII I Every ,dollar Gulce O. and bride have .. '" (.
you pay Sc: Bloat.a Col. Ell Morgan .
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| Bee Watsoq's ItIJIfS. for goods or on account gives been among their KUslmmee'.friend* Has Established His.At '. ,; : '!I

Read our Business locals you a chance at a 2or-123,; piece Dilly and relatives this week. .. )

I )Bnp-lnoer Gregory Is off on a vaca- ner Set. CircUtf': Court' was slow to 'getting ,
lon this week. i.. W. Oglesby an(C. Robertson started 'this week no business being Having secured the services, ol 'UEAI10UARTERS.UERE;; ?.&:, r
Ire camped on the lake shore transacteduntil Wednesday Dr. C.' H. Carpehter of New York:
I New lot of Picture Moulding JusfcarIved their seines for big preparing who is of the Burlington . ." ;,(
fishing ex- graduate.
a. a .. "
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for :
at Thompson's.IE. Mrs. J. A' Anderson left Floral r 1
pedition. City Tuesday to be at. the bedslke .of (Vt) Medical*College.; the Col- .the Store 'of iJ. 1.. :' .
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of The Point 1p, ,
J. Brown was .
Will Johnson of Winston-Salem, her| motherwho; is very ill. lece'V Physicians and Surgeons, 0' It""i ,. '
>wn trading Wednesday. N, C., 1s here on a visit to his mother p\: .'
of
Opthal-
(N. Y..) also the College > :
j Clias. P. Overby. of Columbus. Ga., Mr. O. C. Peeler, and will remain FOB SALLSmall.,; Improved farm for the next. 4", ,.. "<
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during the winter. with pice.cottage: artesian water; near mology, Chioagqi. ; H.: C Stanford ,
las at the GravesHouse Tuesday.A. : :'
of J. M., Wlllson Jr. be
I town. Inquire two or, three months'we will prepared .. ; ; ( .. ,
:. T.'E. Owens of Gainesville, :' t ,
Sanford was a ,
M. Masher was aiss F.: Hi Lawson who 1 is engaged in to examine and treat'youreye .
of the.HotelICUslmraeeTuesday, fuest of the Klssimmae Hotel Monday. '
( ! the orange business In DeSotocounty, and to spectacles; "
troubles
lie admission
came here to'be examined for '
JS. H, llu'lloch Is acting M deputy .to the bat. spent this week: with his family here. and eye glasses 'Ttie'.OrlQlnatpr ol iow' 'u

lerkr n. during. the. Illness of Judge John- H. M.- Pfann has sold 'hi* residence 'it. H. Seymour, a prominent; attorney Can be found at my office 'fromS Prices Klsslmme, : M

lot' in North Klsslmmee I to Charley of Miami was here 'attendingcourt to 12 a. m.. and 1 to 4 p. m. it* :
I this week and relatives "f
beautiful Cups and SauI. visiting {
those
See
Bandy, who will ereet nice -residence D.vColgate's
a \ M,
dishes at Wat-, and friends. P, Q. THOMASON.! '
Plates and other the HiiXmas
upon same. ,. And Invites You toJnspe' t ,. ..t*
The steamer Ltlllo was so crowdedon We are glad to- note that W. B. : .

leph Ward, a. prominent cattle her down trip Tuesday that Cap ,Makinson ha uflloiently recovered If
an ot foggy Cteek, was In the city tain Johnson was compelled to- refuse from his reoentj' illness tQ .1'e ojx. the ,.
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ITednesdayjValterilawklnA/ ;< --- .tome"freight offered. streets again. t.--- Ho 1 i a y H 1 n ts ". ."" "i Goods. /

\ : Florida agent ofCentral Noah Yates. of 'Alger, and Q. K.Tlnerof J. W. Miller 'has <'purchased the '

9 of Georgia. railway, was Oakland, were in town Monday Garrity place in North Kissimmee = I IE .i
the city Tuesday. find made the Valley Gaaette of- and wljl occupy it a* a. home.. It wa =
Qixraa appreciated call.. sold bv M Tiller a* agent.. = =

Geo.rn tounsta'down Saunders took the a party rlveYiu.of Nor-a,. Thu'new .residence. of| Mr.. Reaves We' regret to note that Judge Johnson E nnrRumetPALM; Presents for Everybody. ; :

,ptba launch. Wednesday. ;, .' ? the market mat,, north of the courthouse was threatened with paralysis Mon E Ricksec s, = u.
. 'I* fast ..nenrlng completlon, day. The attack was a light one, and Roger & Qallet's, E
n. D. Warlnjr of Virginia, Is excted = "'
and will be ready for next he will soon be able to resume his du

here next Tuesday ron'a visit week., '. *:v? '.. '.occupancy,', ties. '.-; ;. ; Lundborg's, Pinaud's.LeatliBr '; . I The stock, embraces everything that. ,,human Interw'tv' >uld.,| .
btu brother M. G warlnir. = devise to Instruct be of service\'to.' humarfKvbfany ''I'
'Mrs. A. :J.Jone"sbf'Balnbrldge: amuse; or any
James Wbldden, formerly" of Bas-
[Iurburt Fleming has a few more de-, senger came over from tho Fast: Coast Ga., who has been; visiting Mrs. F= : cocas--s: s. ; 'age, sex condition position"or col6ranythlnff= :: ; everything '

able city lots for sale. and If intsreelee last Sunday nl8'ht'1"n'1 was shaking Green \Voodall" left for Tampa Sunday ; .. .. .,. , In Holiday"j'oods is represented: .here \Ve have spa.Qe.to men-1-"- k
1 him for description prices. hands wIth ." .. friend to spend Christmas with her I Medicine -Cases,' PocketBooks tion only a few of the most notah!:,*ouch aa the Goods In th dlegh' '

('apt. Johnson 'left the ttoseda In' Monday. Brother. I Traveling Sets Pocket I Quantities Toys' In;every"' 'concetvabla ,DesFgn'that will,'carry

a lake this the week Po to Farm bring In.and tbe hay orgee W. L. VanDuzorA; Co. on Monday Col. A. J/ Davis, .a prominent att.oJ'qey In- ,,; Manicure' Sets Card '''Cafses Pleasure to a child-Toilet Sets; Smoking Sets Shaving Sets,. ,, '
from
Ga. arrived
of Ashburn, -
sold pasture to It.and U.timber Jordan land 600O on) the acres Kls-of the city, Tuesday morning and left'on C Flasks :and' Drinking I Crockery, Glassware: etc. 'If you wish a pre ent'*fpf'any.onej; I I ;'i
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K>n account of Capt. Hall being a slmAiee river owned by. Pfann ana lie steamer Lillle ,for an outing 'downtberl.v'er. ; Ctips1trLaatherCa hes_ ., "I t don't! to see our stock before bu'ylnwe can please you , ,u, '

tnesi In court the steamer. Naominot Singlotary. . I .
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tr
m leave port Thursday ai sohed- Orlando Evening Stan- '"Messrn' = BRICABRAOUUL I :;, '
P3', Dan Da.via. wife and daughter, of ;J. D. Beggs L. C. Maasey, TP. War< I'' fcldSS, Nov-eitlea I (' ligtsnt: for: '
Ashhurn, Ga.. were at the Park Hotel and.: G. Robin "a" M
Tow John J. Jones ( '
The.mill of 'the M.yr.ard loual Lumber andKeUn Monday They were on the way son,went to Kissimmee Monday to at- Books, Fancy Goods. Games! : ,, I. Queen Quality Shoes for Ladle**., > ".' '. : '
B. i. with orders ,
rushed
; to visit) Mr. Davis* sheep ranch cm Toilet Articles. Medalions .
tend'court. '
and U running to its greatcapacity. L. Shoes for Men./
the Klsslmmee river. George Strickland of Campbell S Picture Frames, Etc. 'i W. Douglas. . ;

J. J. pavlsvrif' Ashbuen, Ga, W. Stattlon, and who has recently) been -
The'Waters and Carson carloads Grocery H. Pate of Arab!, 'Oa. and A; Nipper engaged In telegraphing at Winter 'J = ,,'

B.oranges has been each shipping day this four week to,fillmplf of Worth, Ga., were at the Park I'trk. was s1raklngbandl with his OSCEQLA PHARMACYWVH. c I ; . : :' t'.
Hotel down here
contracts. Monday. They are Klsslmme friends Tuesday. .. , tf

\V.atson looking:' for a location. ,The Rev. David D. Kidd will' hold 111111111111111Hi11ii1111111111111111f1IBUTI11I11111(1,111! I ( ) .
tit Mr. and Mrs. J.
a ml' Record: from A. K. DonegaiT returned from Chi. 'Kervloes In the Episcopal church on Hunter, Mer.( I : *' ' "Jr
arrived this morning Iw.JP.Ii
cago Monday! ,.where be 'had boon tp Sunday next. Morning prayer, sermon r .... .... .. ... = NORTH KISSIMMEE. 'PHONK j .
Bssimmee,. being called here by the look after the sale of ofanpres. Thin Communion at 10.30b" ..\\............ \ \ -\\-\\ \ -\-\ ,
tin of K. M. Chafer.: Mrs 'V atson'. aDd holy r
was the first time Mr. 'Donegan bad look. Evening prayer and sermonat : 'C'.FW. GRIFFIN '-
her." ever boon outside of Florida.W. 7.30 o'clock. JIlt TTT i I: 1 1I

milgs Ethel' .Hill .daughter Hon.Bra S.:Orr. I3r. J'\ R. Murnan, A. 'E. Geo A. Rhoades jr., of Lakeland, : .

Hill school commissioner. arrived here ofKnroe a DeArmond and A. Hunnensrer,, tourIsts has been here since,, Monday' strivingto I COURT 'E.'I!! SAT
county. Ga from Ohio and Kentucky were" at organize a camp of Woodmen 'of .. I .
the
r tiays ago and Is stopping at Family roceriesI ,
and
the Hotel Klsslmmee Wednesday the World, and will probably sue Fancy .n\
rk 1Qtel. went down 'he river well prepared fora ceed.' Stl\.te'Organizer. W, Mltcht I : 1
Mayor Ad'erhold held. court TuesBy protracted outing..W. ell arrived here' yesterday "to aid- MI' -

and fined three white .men 420 In . H. Hilliard whose home 1* at Rhoades in the wprk.,, FEESSME' .t :o'
B> aggregate for disturbing the peacenight but who Is on N.. ATS =
Watchman nassenger! sojourning There was a wreck on, the A. C. L. ,
Its s- made before.the arrests.Efr. Night. the Kant Coast for'the, winter,. came) near Winston Monday night, two ,. :::: ,, 3-lt; I ,,4 i!
over Sunda'y night, to amend court. freight trains coming, together;! in! a i -
'. R. Charlton left for Flallendale He wa a pleasant caller at the Valley .. The locomotives I pat ; .idtei:3 a1
collision.
head-on : ''Delivery"every at hour? D ge l5 :
B the East Coast Wednesday where Gazette office Monday were so thoroughly smashedthat) it THe: ., pr aay ", any ;,

will make''a crop of vegetables this R. T. Butler has purchased lot 3, took: several hours to clear the track. 71iUtliiUUlliiiitili1UiiUliilUllttiit1UitttttttfILUlttttli) ltllli"NEW :

uter; Of course noi ordered. .the.val- bleek-A,, In Patrick's addition, and Conductor Kelsey was reported badly ., r .' , "
Bttette him. .. *.
to follow ; /
will once to erect a handsome hurtf
proceed.at; 0 *tej
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fev. D. Johnson; will have a.fine line 'five or'slx-room\ oottajre thereon. With the ,Deo. 1stchangeot schedule CourtHouse: :( ' .. \ ,
|b Pocket Knives for the holiday lie has sold his Interest in.his "presseot Atlantic-Coast: Line operates . .
Kde In a few day. These knives .residence to Mr.prann. dining oar service between 'Jacksonville :

Bjs guaranteed and another knife will. Hon.. Frank; Clark;' of Lake City; and New York,'and)It (till con- \ MARKET: : : /
'gl.vel:0: any dissatisfied purchaser. and Hon.-.uJeema" Alexander, ot De. tinues to offer'to the public a sObed.1 : .
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mtf. J. Bryan ,of Duval county arBred Land candidates for congress were ule one hour and fortv minutes : I itI ( ,' ,, "
'here this week, accompanied by !guests of the Klsslnoraee Hotel Mon er to Washington and' New York than i, ,., ,
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Bs bride, and they are visiting his day 'Both of the' distinguished gen;! ?: any other line. ,- '" ) I II': BASS :'.OLD' 'STAND .

Brents: Mr. Dran'll also attending demon' 'Lonoredour, sanctum. with a J... W. Glllespie and wife, Z. K. Ad- *( .

Burt, be being of,counsel (In the liaisVMri' call. dison, Charley,Underhlll, Ed Under XMXS NEWS. a. ''T'.l. >> :
'," + Walker Joe ? REAVES: PROP .
1'e TheViiW. C. T. t7; 'social at the qlll Jim Walker'Frank It; "

.,J. C. 'Morgan met.with lit'pain1 residence of Miss Ivey plough last., Walker,' ;Joe Underhill Tote Loftin Alder', Alf ;1. -.. -'' ,a e t,: q '\. . , ' ,

accident while returningirom Bas Friday night was a most enjoyable affair man O. K. Roberts''John: John .... . . .
Knger ,overland with 'her ..husband Miss Ivey is 'an admlrabl *ejtertalner ?- Campbell Glllesple',and '1ii.1

heir horse took fright at- a goat bytie and a soclat-at.her.home is, Smith, all of Bassenger.! were in Klsslmmee and- 'Handles, nothW but '.die} ) best choicest-Beef. Por a t: ; Pi
roadside and ran away, thfowiugfrs. sure tb be attended by i ever,/ person this week attending' court, At: the I | 0,
from the buggy and Invited, -.' visiting'friend' .. ; ,' 'i', ; and Button-that' the market'raffords.\ : Orders solicited"'and >
Morgan ,' ,- attended to. Free town! ***..' %
reeking bee collar bone.< The contract building the4-room .Jim ? Power,' and I' another negro promptly delivery -

I :. 'oop'., annex to the high' school building haibeen named Spence Williams got: into a ./ ' t- .!;' ,0 .:'. : tf.i .\,, :_'. .

bybeiCiityoBakeryaand, Postfcfflce given to.' Wheeler &0 'Bass and drunken row ;Mondaywhen Powers 'Kissimmee .. .,Y'
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Med I and slashed ...t.WIlllam. i **v* *. M-; -'.v *- " .
knife '
for sale as a bargain. This worv on' the, same will begin >as soon whipped out a \ i '>1f" l' 'tO$<

Is Klssimmee one are of the and best one business of the locations\best rent.Kgpropertfei as Improvement toe material is can badly be needed obtained., and The the .wound, and.' throat t.benmade inflicting his escape*>.' slight, and. : Drug? Co. I', 'TERMSi, CASH.. ,: .':, ', :. PlHOrfe, OJI; \ ri t '

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lo
and>\ways rented. .Ap. fact that Messrs. Wheeler Bas*I the officers' have-not been able to' .. > r"t" , '

/to. >>. ; M. .TILt..En.: have the contract. U an.'assurancethat I .cate him.' cWIlllams'certa1nl1,,'' hadanarrbw ,I.- ; 'f -- .. I....... ,,_. ', ..'''-' ', ,-(, ...,,4
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? 'vffy Ar't.' I &'',o.Aer"' I the. .work will.be well done.. : !..escape. ... ; 1;"" : ', /1.,. ".... "T'\:-* ""..-".'

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IINDdtsT00D.It'Ird Iw"iUUIED BY TOO, MANY DEER THE && FAST HORSE Riding the ","Horseshoe." THE NEWEST .f CORN GROWERS'' '1'IOPDYfi\ J i

...;;:-.When I. -
I. told da boss.. AMERICAN Offered' :3'r ::
Prize For the Best
ylsUd> 4t: X wanted to git off 'cause i Droves of Them Interfere'*With PU1Jrba Size. and speed are not commonly as. Hiding the "horseshoe" Is'a most co'rlous I Handsome .

> yjrran>othr. wan s dead ]a. ...It, < Building in.:Mexico IOCIted"deecl., one tit apt to preclude custom that prevails at the coalmines DUCHESS. ; Manila Increasing' .Crop? : '

'Wy abe"-" Captain WlHIam Scott,.who ufoulUIng the other. A: large horse, for exam. located at Whltwell. Tennessee. I fine and photographat'bfiss "Let every farmer In the seven great I':
This Jnter sting
Beomd'Boy'-We'i real sporty ain't the new line of the National Rail' pie la' not expected to develop much The entrance to the mine. la at the Goelot. tbe new Duchess corn'States give'a few winter. eveningsand '

*.Pttlladelphla Ledger.STUART'S. road Company of Mexico: from Monter peed. All the more remarkable top of the mountain.-one of the many flf Boxburghe.May shows the greatest Heirms :480,000,000 bnsbela ,vi 1b/ added '
therefore, ]JI King Alar, reputed to' bo parallel ranges of the Cumberland i to the annual crop of the earn elt." In
y to Ban Miguel" says; that the constructlon In tteworld wearing moss of her
work the fastest big horse or' the biggest nnd the miners live either on bench :
Is being badly Intertired :
Jewels and those,of her mother.
FLEE fleet horse In the world. King Alar 1* of, the mountAin, halfway down .r In
with by droves of deer. Miss Is hero In fancy dread
\ (:IN and BUCHU seventeen hands high, and weigh 14M tho'town of Whltwell At the fool Goclet
According to Captain Scott's state* 'v Cleopatra, In which (character she
'' pounds; but notwithstanding/ his size, The track on which the coal Is ar.rlt'd i
1. wk aster .r.. th. Mesas ef they, meat the deer make raids on the construction attended Mrs. Adalr's famous ball In
w.p_e.\10 .q. "Ter.H-.rt Bladir trade a trotting record of 2.2(1 when he to'tbe railroad running throughYVIiltwell
...... and eat the forage London last It was the most
'. .e ,-s ."ple.bo&l.Ie if Sturmall camps up was four old. That was nine Is a steep Incline two and, a spring./
) .ts sad '-.,u.. r...._ab.... IUd..F sod Intended for the mules of the graders. years splendid fancy dress Ibn 11 ever given.
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Me4&eI II
--. Uta. rsr.ut .beoI..17 Address hs.at Theee attacks have become so frequent -- -- I and especially ao In the matter of.lewels. j

1).08 1d7O <::0.. .. \'..IjIR./ AUSMIs.'TUAar_ and bold that It has been foundnecessary . . ... j The Countess Warwick was O
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to keep guards posted } .xc f \ there ns-Queen Bemlramis. Lady Randolph -

around tho camps both day and night ? 't, I \ Chtfrchlll) as a Byaantlno Empress II

#-r A. Golden Rule to prevent.-the raidsof the herds of I nud the Princess Hatcfeldt as I

M of Agriculture deer. ; : ,' Qneeu 'Kstlibr' with stocklngless! feet, x
: The statement of Captain Seott is and Jewels on her toes.
la.rood t. voarland and your crop But 4111 these society tenders
received at among
confirmed In a letter Just 1
w ur begood. ..- '.
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; Austin. Texas; from Frank Poult,jbo none wore .uch' valuable Jewels aaMIxs
D' the'roaL 'He Ocelot .t-Uer' headdress was a
bas a subcontract ,

<- ;/ PotashTrwr says. :. tnnss ,of pearls, diamond and rubles
"The country through '''which this blazing with colored, llgbt. Ropes"of

pearls hung down on each aide ober,
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: new'road will pass is simply a huntera' *
,'1<: III therirtllla.r.pensqu.ny face;: Her neck was, encircled with
paradise. I never saw so 'manJ'deer .
nod qaantity In W.6ar necklace, and her arms were
r --. ..4 In -all;ny life, and I have: beensomething many "
willv Tbe Oriental.endilres
nd laden with bracelets
t' 1" of' a deer: hunter' In m7time. '
". -;:: -. by lien 1n.1I: H! Jvh, was admirably suited to"I
: our money wlaalagal7aaf .' dark typo of beauty. The valueof
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t boob. "The' animals overrun our camps, I,
.' t, her jewels was not less than $300.
hU Wotan.. eat up our grub stampede our mules j is for shell:the
L ; 000, but that A trifle
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,. ,. -.. hug at.al and play havoc generally. They are possessor of $: .OOOOOO worth of New

In such great numbers that there, Is no '
AIIaII ,a.-zz"s..an-. York reel estate. OOBIC OBOWlBa "KOPII1'.a..ooo .'
sport In shooting them. I I, Miss Goelet has been brought up'lathe ....-... a

"and-'most' of the other subcontractors !I BritUh aristocracy, ,Iter aunt. these words'' Professor P.: G.JHolden.:

have Issued orders for our r Lady Herbert Is married to' the brother of the Ames Agricultural College' of v|

foremen to carry rifles "at all times In of the Earl of Pembroke, bead of Iowa summarises the campaign Instituted *

order.to keep the animals from Inter THE FASTEST Bio HOUSE OK jTIIK: BIGGEST VAST, HORSE IN THE one, of the mo t ancient families In by blmael and tho Iowa Corn

taring with the men's work. The other WOULD. Knglnud." Her marriage to the Duke Growers Association a
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ri:lit a bunch of dear, In which there ,of Roxburgh( the only eligible Dukein It Is not Increased acreage that Pro:0;:

yr 1\\ were several big bucks entered our years ago but this summer he equalled :' naif miles In length, and the miners "the United Kingdom mil place her fessor Holden wants; It Is better re*

camp and when fired upon by the II his record on the track at etilppnu go up In the empty coal cars to theirwork ...

guards broke and ran right throughour Point, Stamford Conn. Moreover ho In the mine; but to each man'a II ; '

_'U .ten L_>_.. accomplished this feat without any belt Is booked his "horseshoe," ou 1I 1--- '

*ffFAiEfTh (Of1fif 1 ( "Some of them got tangled np In previous preparation, and those who which he descends to his home again. I I "!T\ &&

{ the tent ropes, and before they could know him.well believe he can do considerably More properly, It Is n mulcsuoe, being : n' $* '

better than this figure. longer than wideAt the toe a notcb I
I* no aotlsfaction koenerthejjbert" get away we had Captured five of theanimals
dry And eomfortaJ alive. We still have them The big fellow has the kindest temper la (cur, whlcb fits on tbe rail -On the 'j! i 'i"> *Vy xa* dA j/ T., at aF' k" x x t

whan ocA. A lh hardeat atom. here In' camp 'and If It was not for In 'the world, and Ills owner. )1(118'A. ( shoe Is riveted a small !square board : %1 *vTx* rW
A. Marks of Sound Beach, Conn., the miner's scatSitting I
YOU ABE suit OP THI5 the expense: : of.getting them to you' I '
can hitch him npjijul drive him any theft. >n this tiny seat his feet
IIF YOU PRATt would ship them to Austin.
1, up
where. She declares that be can drawa straight but before him the bollpwof 'I II"'fOOt."lldlng '
"On another occasion droves of- d'tr t1tP
a
ton at a threo-minute gnlt on a good down either side of the j jD 1 '
the animals upset our meal tent and jI I
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s road. So gentle is he thnt little children I IMBTHOD
nearly scared our Mexican: : cook to 1
are allowed to play about him _
* WATERPQOOl.OILED death. The biggest nuisance we haveto In his stall, and"tie seems to be as'
contend with down here Is the 1 1
CLOT IN fond oC them as a big/ mastiff dog.
wild
deer. Horsemen who have Mar
King
seen
yt rlADC M SLACK OB YELLOW "
MCKZD Vf OUR O I IBlpans "I never before knew that these bar expressed: : great Interest In him "; Pna ,

i M {"i.rtTtwsWaS111r.hoe et..wd,u. animals have so much curiosity. They' as a rare specimen of what one type of y

l Aar ial beat an old maid in that respect American horse should/ be-large,. powerful lI

: tb.r... r t 1 N wee. There are very. few settlements In and speedy roadsters.SAFETY ; .
e eF I this, p.rt-of the country and no deer -- ---

hunting bas ever been don.IIup LAMP. I
Tabnles are
F, f .I pose that this accounts for the boldness --
the best dyspepsia'
of the animals. Tho inconvenience, not to soy danger I
medicine: ever made. :
i' r "It seems a, shame to kill them un of, UsIng unprotected light about
+ t A hundred millions I
VYt.S; of them have been i der these circumstances, but we have gasoline or steam vehicles*, says Automobile a I

to do It for'our own protection. When Topics, hes!. been frequently
sold In the United '
this road gets finished tq Matamores. dwelt upon. It Is a real danger as Y: tn
States in a. single ,
t situated opposite Brownsville, Tex., It experience bas proved more tbau once. r r } .

r year. Every illness will open up a country which will be" -Absolute Immunity from this' as.well + t.i'"r .j.

><., i arising from a' dleordered stomach Isrelieved the mecca of :'hunters: But It will OF SKIDIKO DOWN 'TH: Bin.. '

"or cured by their, use. So not take long to kill obTlhe deer, although :. : 'I
onunon Is It that dlsesses originate J. $ -f2sKJR
: it be they are apparently here by t rail. aid acting as a brake, the little'.
'Crern the'stomach may safely as* "
countless thousands. tnuleshoD/ grasping that same rail his t- to
$
acted there Is ,no condition of 111 I II .S /

J keaJtb. that: will not be benefited or Et.eenervoee. arms widespread dipping up or down. I "
die occasional of FITSixnnanantlyanml.no IJr I I to balance him like a buzzard., swing
cared by use BlpansTabnles.
and ness after Oat day's us*of Dr Kline's GNAt lug and dipping in the air, the Tennessee p t 3f'1J5S(
\ 'I:Q Physicians know them KarveRMtorar.eairlal bottle and tr*>atu roe wW .
,:.peas; highly oJLthenv: ..AJJ. druggists ,Dr.B-H.aura.Ltd.,Ml Arch St.' Phil,,Pa. miner shoots down that two miles :
1 eU them. Tb.a"ceDt package le'd.ougk and a balf'ot steep Incline. at tile rate j, x
In Boston there and half eleo-
are ope a of mile minute.
for an ordinary! occasion, and trio !lights for each person. a a I '
Bottle A singing as of hissing! wlrt'I precedes Jt" Ou' : ,
the Family sixty cents, contains 'DAUGHTER '
TUB LATE GOKLET. WHO HAS BEKN
a fcensebold supply for a : Onegenerally "Mi W1Dalow'.l'Iooth1q8rrap' : (or children the miners and they whiz past j'i '
'" year tmtblnp,soften the rums,rodnoo Inflamma- the observer, one after the otllt'rIn .. CHOSEN BY THE DUKE OF KOXBUBCIIIE. FOIl HIS DUCHESS.
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gives relief :witbla twenty tlonaliar palaanro&rind oolto.85a. a bottle II ; I
','.atnntes.CAPUDINE. quick succession. If a roangalns! too .
i Emperor William will erect a monument' oat on the one before him pressure at the very top of British society, and suits from the present acreage It la

to th. memory of Krnnp the gunmaker. I ofv the brake-his feet-slackens \,.his her vast fortune will make ber a brilliant not by any artificial culture he would

Piso's Car Is the beat medicine overused speed. :""' ;- ". ',';;i '; "- hostess at Floors Castle, a great bring/ about these apparently gigantic

for all affections of throat and longs.-Wit. It dizzies one to watch them, and to place which has been neglected a* results. He promises and demonstrates *

., '0. EnpsiJT. Tanbniro, Ind.. Feb 10, 1900. think what might happen. Two or three much as Bleuhelm'was./ ftbat-wrlll be realized if the p

CURESAw..IeY..d. I Salzburg has a cafe which has been inexistence have been killed but hundreds dally farmer does the simple thing>of put

IlEA ;E.J for 150 years.. ride the "horseshoe." . HOT OR COLD. ting a 'hundred live kernels In every
.;AlL ACHEi! J I
Those bills.
who live the thirty
on plateau
...._....._ tU stopthere j
Mk; Carpets ran be colored on.the floor with BARD LAMP :AUrOMOBILKS. 1
I Ir' Pcrif AK Y.DaLw Una.On Iron ; the level ground slackens their I Device Which Answers For Two Par. His plan requires only tbe sorting ,

.1 as great convenience,. Is attendant speed and their brake Is all sufficient; J OMI.. by hand of seed corn Into Iota of uniform y

4 I German.* in four of the people of Chicago. is a upon the use of the hand searchlight but so great momentum. has been j The blow hot blow cold paradox of size and, the filing of the plates :

MALSBY & C 6. Illustrated, which Is being marketed gained tbat those who wish to go on I. the "First Reader" finds Its_ parallel in corn planters In such a.way aa to \

..... glide over this level'space, of perhaps drop the required number
by a New York firm.: It 1* nothing In the ventilated food cover Illustrated of grains I
41! St il tajik St,1loofa,.1 BD oiiAnrr IN JUDGMENT. mere nor 11'11ban an Incandescentlight 200 yards: to tLe second stage/ Of the I herewith. This is designed to keep In each bill. : ,

Don't wholly condemn, though bit enclosed' In a glass bulb the cuhr>. Incline below. butter cream, milk meat jellies, etc, The Iowa Cora Growers' Association f,

.fierce exhibition rent being/ supplied by the dry batteries Who Invented this Ingenious contrivance in cool and perfect condition throughout has been formed by farmers who be
Of ire' nature we do not know, but, so far as lien In Professor Uolden's
cause yoursensitive accumulators\ used for. sparkingthe r ,the warmest weather, or. on the, theory W.
to shiver' ; I motor., Tho lamp Is supplied with we hove been able to discover It contrary is equally valuable for keepKKKM C. Whiting, of Whiting. Iowa charge 'a

Perhaps It Is due to a bad disposition. sufficiently long wires to enable It to In use nowhe-e else. 1'1 I of the Agricultural Division of the '

And.maybe again. It' Is only his be carried to any part of the engine V Iowa -Commission for the Louisiana '

liver. that may need examination. A bard- Oar HiKed Population. D Arte. Purchase Exposition has personally i'

Washington Star. wood tube Incloses the lamp, and n So diverse were the' races In''New I I presented to Amen. College and the

...... ya4 kadeaaIT.J. screw cap protects the bulb when not York and so liberal were the opportunities Corn Growers' 'Association a trophy 't

In use. open to all, says the Chautnu valued at Jl50t. which will be awarded ,
Engines Boilers FAMILY DISTINCTION.: qunn. that.Governor,Horatio Seymourwas annually for seventy-five years for the '
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rYour husband never baa bay fever, Ilradly Low Vo ;:;;: best results In
able to say that nine men torn growing; according 1
Saw Mills I believe" said the new acquaintance. It Is said that low tension electric prom. to Professor Holden's .
-- Inncnt ln Its early history represebted theory The
at the Northern lake resort currents, say under 120 volts are more
trophy la
the same number of nationalities i iSchnyler entirely unique,
:INi'ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY "No," languidly answered Mrs. Gas deadly than those hiving ton times I representing
was of Dutch descent, HcrkJ- !., I an ear of corn eighteen Inches long 't.t
;; ....... N.s s.rri.1 ..lCHII Jar. .well. "But he suffers) dreadfully, the voltage. Dr. Bcrlelll and Professor mer of German Jay of French, Livingston 'I ..,a1.. II the !'!"kiLof silver and .ear of COld.'l'iJ
Prevost have made the remarkable
; 'IYYDIATgsfdpatssteiMltasats.rr.L..Mrel..ass2.M.rt sometimes, from appendlcltls.Chi'cage of Scotch. Clinton of Irish, Morris !I standing on an ebony case Upontbe J

a Tribune. discovery that high-tension currentsare of WeishWhile. Hamlltonwse a West .base- re-ctour-1I'J'011'-ln-'llvor. deco'f'f
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of the action ot
capable restoring I 11
,Writ tu 'for:catalogue, prlcea' a heart that bas been arrested by a India Englishman and Baron Steubec. I rated by tiny golden/ ears ,of corn,' upon .\

,..u.. baton buying ,. MAKING IT-USEFUL.,, lowtenslon.curreltt\ a Prussian. which will be Inscriptions of the ;J'

'"WhU' SI1' the. world are you doing rOOD HOT OB COLD. names of the winner, of the object \"

|< 'with a phonograph. HarkeerT Thoughtyou I : TS Army's New War Ant.omoblle.. I ing foods warm until served. In the tor which the cup was, given \\1 trLondon

.S IW MIL SC" Olr hatedthemt""I first case the cover Infilled with Iced '
YUU, this H.lha. .
J; do; but we use one to keep water, and in the -second. It I.filled )
The Lancet u
aey uafr.nsl seems.--11.- has taken
a new
...ta__....WorkaaaJ UM BoaKl the neighbors away. .when w. don'tfeel with hot water. Where a refrigerators sade, this up crn- 1
.. .. against London-hotel keepers f'
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Variable r d Work are &- like entertaining. Philadelphia
avallsble. and even In refrigerators,
for Aoovkaw. amrMeirv .iraa.iL- who the paper asserts, charge/ Inordinate -
...s..n.e.n..rte.. WrltaforraUn Record. the food cover can be Used to assist in
n.1reslsr.Nes.het.r.dby Ui .... i iY jF keeping Jellies anl prices for their baths American :'
cold .
IRON WORKS.WU.."on- Um.M.O. pastry apd travelers are only J too familiar .::
firm. Where
meals have to be keptwaiting ,
I QUICK !RESULTS.- wltntbej prices charged.for the morn- .;..
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/ for Irregular diners, as In a lug tub. According to the Lancet
W.' JT. 'WI!, Concord.. boarding-house, etc.tbe) heat-retain Clnrldge's and Corlcton's 4
4 are the only
FOLLOWTHE N. C. Justice of lag features of the cover Are also val- hotels In London where one can.take a _I'

the Peace says: ,. table bath' free of If .
yyr y ,_ charge ho happens to f
"Dean's Kidney t ., "rnrth.North.." have 'n.suite to which a bath Is at
Pills W, '\
proved avery y r Ww '
efficient The most northerly railroad in th-i tached. At the Grand Grosvonor and ,

t world was opened 'recently. For' Its !. Metropole a sponge or hip bath'In bed. .' i

;, FLAG. case.remedy. I in used my C w whole length it lies within the Arctic room costs sixpence, but a hot or cold

regions. The greater of bath in bathroom and in a civilized
them for .d&'. / part It Is In I ,
DAILY., ordered kidneys Swedish territory., and only a small bathtub, costs-ono and sirs At (the' '
part cuts through the narrowest por Victoria and'First Avenue the. rates
and
;,: l ,9g4T ,tOW: OWi WA.tUDTOI I from backache which I, tion of Norway until it reaches the fog sponge baths and hot bath are .

;e4nrornla, :: bad experienced Norwegian port of Narvik. The chief like the preceding ones, but one can ,:

great deal of object of the line which now,connects get a cold bath in1 a bathroom: for a.

". Washington. .. ,. trouble' and r the northern Baltic with' th.'At ntlc. shilling. At the great Central' and '..
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;.,. ., Oregon,: palm The kidney rjcretlons were very. _. -._.. t is to open up the rich mineral resourcesof Hotel Russell one must pay sixpence 1-
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( n, irregular dark colored and full '" North Sweden and to carry them for a sponge or hip bath In the bed, .
\ 'i *'- Montana of sediment This new vehicle. Is officially designated a "battery van" and is in '. i
tj. The Jills cleared It all up and ',tended' for service in the field with light artillery. It is. in effect, cheaply to Narvik. The new railway room' and a shilling for a'botorcold. "
... .....nn.41l*'....$. 'A.k'yoar u.k. .t I bare, not bad an ache la back mobile machine with ;' an auto, -which will be known as the Ototen bath.In a bathroom; while at",the Cecil .', '
..._write I 017 shop, a maximum speed of ten miles an hour, built '
.a line. Is about 140 miles a bath costs a shilling/ and
long and sponge
since tbe cost
taking last dose.. health to travel
: My >: over rough country< and capable :of following the puns: through, -
GREENE: D. p A. about '1JSOO.ooo.-oolc1eD Penny.' baths .In bathtubs sixpence: : more. Isit '1
!( f.. ., generally Improved great deaf riven and swamps. The van trill carry 4000 pounds or btiftiry equip. '

; foster-&llbnrn) Co.. Buffalo. N. .T.. mint beside six,men, and wben',-teady for art lye service wlU. + ,not exceed ,One-third', a wonder that the real, china .tube'of
-- WABASH. R. R,.; ForAle' by all dealers prlpe 60 cents five tone) .w' of the''e011e,. 'graduates our hotels are a source of unceasing ,
:4T.. I : M..are ,womeD.' wonder to transatlantic
a4O. LOQI.rYILLg.5x1 per boZo t our cousins},
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A SEEMON JOB! SUNDAY A ..Pu1ttio toa- '. .my a..eavenlen Christianity. truly measured I IClua.1itl' ] CURES ,,RHEUMATISM 'AND CATARRH.j

II'' _______ inc Its M.f-rule. by r.p r.s.ntetiva. who, are cornea (in' the strong word of Henry' .
acenteljJ Th_ .. ""'D.Cm Peen-a' *.. a but ....teetI and Nesh\ in that eplendid little volume,'-"rbeGenes i * r
AN ELOQUENT/ ,DISCoURSE, BY, TH' at.woda-aoeountable to the ,. of th. Social Couscie ee"r "10.' _T.Froze It .. .. .. font:Vrs*. J-... .
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REV M. W. STRYKER. J{ '-1 t .Other. tbey ... detanlbrafail 1II&u'lIe best -...*.w*>rW kow* native'*o I 'These .--.-,'"with'kchs*land pains In r.. ...
n.nl( ** r/1:
Ii 1 beh.v, atteril'Ia ddeemomnsety M.-t.not". the"1.ku Hiss-D.m.-8oo. of Mat"-tbe- : great I Ions, joint cad back agonising painn. insheoldsr f

"D.mo.r.ey.nd C1il: itle.lty." MM te>.. o her:ha lleed.: 11 f ihu' e.: banknipteudlan 'J Emancipator!: ha -"suthority to execute blades, haads,..flngert, arm*, and
I -je* .r .......taI Aram..t goes down idea judgment" upon call onpreasion. H* iaman' leg crippled by rheumatism.Jnmbago, *ci-
fey tb Only ..
.. it reaaona deeply) :If ant I -Hi* authority intends theepntm.nalty 1 Mica, neuralgia hawking, spitting nose
president of ...lle.. OoU|.. CU.. to the DOUNO .f' ito rights and the of all souls yielding to Hint or >
tw N. I .? .,......I.:.Day....-.- scope of ita. duties shall it avert fai1are a .Jo'aJ.Bia church. i* the bleeding,ringingia Ue ere, sick stomach,
j : and ClAtael,.... God or the deluge! democrley of freed men.' Abolishing barriers I deals s.noise ia the head, bad teeth,thin
IQtw' Yate' ern"Democr 'and< that I boll., ill democracy bee.u.. I bold rendiajr divtslva artlfieiautiM. .leveling hot blood,all.... down feeling or catarrh
Christianity".wa* the tubject of a forceful man to Dot a mecliaaiom but a down. H* introduce th* autonomy
me- ,up n .addition
awful
sermon by th. Rev, Dr.. M. 'W.. Stryker Lnle-that every'Individual soul of ,the .,.! ,thns."H* redeem.from everrInhumaw are sure .iga..f u poisoned >
President of Haimltoa N.. sacred of th blood. Take Botanic Blood "r e
Oolleae Clinton, itiCAdjol' that the probation of men bondage; and recalls every child \
Y., in the Brick Presbyterian Church, Sun. lea in the fuU eonuent t.- human of Adam..every prisoner of hope: to bola Balm B.BJJ.) Soon all ache and pain .

dsr morning. Dr. Stryker said: .pwlit wVi.1\tiZl\ befor. God, and *. ." the equit.. his true, birthright a prince and ;'a atop tb*. poison I* destroyed and a real
It is I not aiwa remembered that obffti involve Here stands ths last Fiesta. 'All for each and uch for. alt ia i mad of t.1I. wont rheumatism , ...JA
human aide, Jlnenfounded a'republic bulwark apill.t *""'''. This must be the bold and beautiful charter to whichHio permanent cure .
form of government. It was, to tie main the m.thod. if there be any before which signature i* given, and which i* sealed or foulest. catarrh.. Thousands ""

tained through popular representation The a tales subordination and a false iasiibaafeifla with the,sign ef th. cross! Under,,it all caaa. _cured by taking B.D.D.. It strengthen !>
failure WM in Israel, not in the ids WhentlAmu.1 both to. be banished. Th. "suffer and reloioe together." weak kidney and improves digestion.Dmfgiti .
anointed !Saul h. did it nnder sol th.'p.opl.. fa'in a divine hu Democracy fa..not the multitude ia.
emn protest... It wa, a re'.apss: from privilego. .. man .ociety widen .t Jut .h.1I realize. the with no ; $1 'per large bottle: ,Sample be
: Kings were a.. makeshift and it turned whole, J>urP<>.t of '.leau Christ. ,, It his emend to guide- for that'dnot' gale=.but by writing BLOOD BALM Cb.. M Balm H
'out badly. not yet.. been eenr but "to thi bear aU it ia the people bound in a fraternity, an BIdg.i Atlanta, Ga.' Describe trout:* and '"

Seeking a sound philosophy of maa and aU the prophet witn_"-- society feeling equity a unity. in which, all are common free medical advice seat in ald tetter., i ,
in. affair,, and distinguishing humaniti lb common TMponsibilitiss,. and "ach shoreholdeiis-in'.an', uplifted-aed.ele.tial- ;
from ito utensils'and Furniture. would" for all" luJfillin and Ind manhood. '
earnestly attempt the connotation of the i W.US..U is I "!lde.l.7i.lth10Sn.Jity'I In Democracyu.tly _MI..cd,- i. indK ,Ti currency ia circulation $3L15the I
two word whi ", abut with th* strongest mutual bear meet and rigfcUoiunesa/ wed, peace! )"- and nothing short of it. J.McL. I J
ing-the wrhpl* hop of mankind: Democracy To conquer this Idealof i Dependence (upon God); independenceof J'r. '
time-toadoubt "I\ .
,
t. teak and ..unoah interdependence -' .. .
Christianity. You may I'IIn'out, ia ( all insalutary ) The' Alderney Breed. ... -'
their reach and width the many proposition that it caa be 10 to'surrender tae awe of (as member of on. great human '- '). I .: .
which, I can now only 1&tter. not am mankind. body these are the three august watchwords The' Alderneya and Jersey are soeloulyrelatad : .-: .. : .,.... # ; t}
plify. I have only time for-th. broadaxand There' i* .Ow' Iff some quarters a sickly of what, the Bon of Man prepares and so much alike la ..: ",...-.. -' ,. -
'
the ad.. and sentimental disseqt from th. goal of and will, perform. They are cardinal. All .. ...... . 'M. .' Z" .
democracy and will, fail. They 'appea Dce that description grlven -:. .. ",. ,
.
I used the word .mukiDd.th.t i.. a cowardly whispered temporizing expedient 1'0 ,
nan-tunned related, cousined, brothers. preference against the substantive claimof are doev and brittle. Paresis tamps for Jersey will apply to' them. They .r--. .... :. '//-J.. f;.. i. }t., A\j t J..; "J
Wbon Paul, the of .- u man. This rcluetanev.. from the them.They are judged. :- .:. l \\. ... .;-ot oJo f "f. . -
apostle, speaks (literally) be classed as the same breed I"'I.\'iI .,- .. ....-
can ,
.
.
burden of the in the idea of whata : . '''. .f'ot. .. -1-
of "the whole I.tberdom in beavenViia problem and disregard of All the real progress ... : ..,.. '- .. .
earth"tie affirms the broad and elemental the good of the man is ordinarily tracea genuine democracy includes, and. what, but bearing the name of their Island .'. ..... ,"11... Y-........ll..... &. ...."" ..\._......Ji"aj.
-fI.r. .
gospel! theorem of th*-common origin, ble Io a elfieu and absentee ItIAAAUmeo t. exclude, has been consciously or not, MOB*. The main' difference. ta that -.r':- .. ; -- .. . .....
the common opportunity, the common con. : to distrust what, love of ease dis an appreciation and incorporation ofChrint's the Alderney are'' smaller 'and more society
cern of all humanity. 'God hath made of what, comfortable and complacent idea* of man.' It has been -a areHoto Mrs. Anderson, a prominent : ltd, ,
:'and for this reason
delicate
.one blood'"IQ ODe pirit all baptized apathy would postpone., It* investm2.Ui painful process, slowly penetrating; the : '
into one body"_uch phrases characterisethi are. all in the present u it i*. and Intricate processes \ sodden politic of much In favor," of Jacksonville Fla. daughter: ,ef
whole, new covenant and contemplate $ ttk* no stock in the future .. it the world, attended by harsh parodies.and The) above_passage was printed tn a woman ,

the rearrangement of the world. should be. It interpreta the major considerations bitter failures; but.it ha been continuousand book which I judge Is Ii; the' hand, Recorder' of Peeds West who witnessedher
A unity of privilege i duty affection of life by the 'The offense culminating, and at last it will. conquer. > ,, ;
derivation, of the cross is I not ceased." But its of many farmer throughout the country. 4
common
development and
doctrine of the essential solidarity galthe of crdcifixion: that lead to resurrection Th errors, and follies of men in the na- signatureto the: following letter ..praisesLydia
man. To affirm this i* the instinct th* Away! with this droning and whining, per Bred name of mankind have been. appalling. When' Channel 1.laDd.'c.tUe. 'were ,
.
inutn I Liberty bar been declaimed i those who -
infrangible purpose of the gospel.. Either And. the other there 'those of to' the United State E. Vegetable n4.I"IhL'
this mutuality, this cohesive and integrat on hand ar* were themselves the servants corruption first imported .
who applaud democracy without reckoning ," but the very currency of the counterfeit hereafter ,*oth Pi's
inc impulse, working ito bow- and for a Ions time 9n
slow iU! way steadily, IU principle and ito foundation' BeJtweea is a testimony the value of th., but few f'r f!
last
ever stages, or et a sterile race Jersey, and Guernsey; and especiallythe w
and a shattered atariEconomics i it and absolutism there is, in time's true oo a. haw not at time endured agonies inch pain M
long run, no logical half way., Can roan Timid soul shrink back from the birth- former were called by many peo &e .
? It d is the law the
of world' Plnknavra'a Vgrctabl
value
learn -. and I wish such knew the
that democracy bring down of change. The near-sighted Island of Lyd
no one pangs Alderneycattle.. The1 wmn
housekeeping. P.litice-it pie
is _. .
.,common but every, one upf Can man learn itsreciprocities _lo.viDC refuse to think large enough.to a remarkable 4n ia action from any '
citirenahip. Philanthropy law: Alderner t* one of the ChaDDel"EI'OUP.aad Cmp1 I med '
ia
ethics .. arethe bendy and ito emancipations? Will see what lie in that proposition, thoroughly
.h.l.Oa"-th that, : man nee ths basilar doctrin. of the in which, the evangel i* cognate with the law although the' third la sir ta' too e'l without ? it
transcend for their Jars and region nod date... Be- herent value. and birthright of each several of liberty-that every man i* a man. But small to .snot': .any cattle. It probably .*X hare an-c.when women doctored for yen pr "
oeopopl'Oviueialiam.p.. into oul-valu to i itself to all other an4 to th* virgin' maetfin'eat i. the ennunciation / except fw for neat benefit, oared in lest t tr mot after
cattle ,,
insignificance. .History ia t.h. record of has DO a '
the one God of allf of a new societv. It i* a prophecy. An Compound while inourabU
.
the painful but ....dy evolution ef human 1 If and ao far a*' records Vegetable wr d a
Dot then all fall. .part and a society apocalypse is folded ia it.,"He hath put family use ,
-njtv-hpmogeneity." Sociology i. ethics.Thi not made up of a bulk of subservients.anda down the mighty from their seat and exalted show )lODe were ever-exported from came out ouredliat,and I perfect ar. tor t&D
is the -purppMt i f time. few preferred creditor i. a fatuity anda them of low degree. 'with:' this medicine.. I have used it .
originatedfrom nTI
:Man's nature In..olYe.ooeiety. H*'is environed dream, and the Nazarene wa, a dreamer That caus of tb* people, whichby, the there. The name may have . A few doses and appetite, and tones up''' ,
by his fellows.' He i. bora into But that lies of the fact that 'Alderner,, having bnft myatnc '1
way the madness of anarchy utmost widening responsibility engages tried and found true,hence t
land constructed-for their close relation. government i. at and educates the largest number harbor and being nearer Eng te ent tmYo
grow ;
a a good
St Jack- ,
Thi is his strong. giventimeor B. A. 235Wa4akmgton
irrevocable!
eon.titlltion--tb.. as th* ratio is of its ( with each latent day. Before ita 'awful all the vessels' carrying cattle It.-J AxmxMtov. Y?
mean toward it. better or won, are but land son-rille ,
partaj who believe in it and are ready to roe of dawn" the lantern of groping Fla.- -
by-I.... Tb one inevitable. the other back that belief. Ultimately' it ia i a* year are .uperaeded. Th law of the or produce tromGDOm.e, and Jerseyformerly' '
provisional .and tentative, are strong .. it hu principle worthy" to be I spirit of life, a* Ohrist. the people's Man,; : cleared from the Alderney. Sir*. Heed, 2428 23. Cu'ri4 Bt Phe.h ,says t
changed and ahakent that remain. Tb believed In. The bottom Idea of democracy interprets it, making all classes "dangers,, port before ItlnlDe the" Islands :foP my duty; 1
definition and I fli
practical orderin this i* the utmost diffusion of twothings oua classes"' and these the most so who
letter tell the received
and good
relation .whether by means or : (a) authority (b) repod aibiJity. mast absent themselves from the concern England. This. may have given the t't yon r
worse, the essertion of partnership and Both: oft ... Neither goes Well or faro of men at Isree; it instill the conviction Impression\ to' early English Importer fm L7c E .,* Vegetable) c'pUc
federation, In whatever degree of .iwisdom, can atand fast, alone. These balaDcedeentrifupl that an actually human relationship )'ieJdt'I that.they-were Alderney. cattle,,'and v. ,
-the assertion of a common weal (01' woe) and centripetal force. main to no "adverse possession" of privilege, . case this country. : been a great sufferer >'"
name to
-thia i* government. "y tain the'or it.. AU the phases and hope I and that, the dynasty, of tae minority : the o 1 wt f.m. .
However they have blundered stuttered . .The there Is no such + different doeton ;, Ixa
er of genuine and rational democracy are mutt p.... v fact Is that ; l t t &
or fumbled the experiment toward reducible .to the balance of' this l double For democracyAmerica..tandll.A.' To'it'we :thing as an Ald'rnyDreed of.cattle.. 1l' ; year*& wnt under,
the organising ot human lif* and ita &eti"'" idea.. Th duality is critics!. :.. are shut up.'This i* the people's I.ddl'] it left me in a,very'weal;t ( '.
tie have been experiment ,in search' of D.thie'a definition I will' etand- By Christianity democracy; shall stanf a opn a atomafh trouble, backache,w ; 3 -j;
fair and fruitful term. under which, men that true and els If it denier the lass FEltV01t.
democracy i* a government in *
may liv. together. Perceived or tinseen' which, every whole man, ana bee&..* a ''of Chriat.'ft denie.ttb.t-whicb begat it ;6, ,RBaJOIOTJS headache,palpitation of the heart, and watery, ,,,

the end. of omen ar to sear* the man, count on.. Person ar the unit, A divinely human society, from God and ''Tess-Mrs. Stile appear to have Dn ia fact,.! ached all over, I find t
well, being a. men, and that must. and. government'of' and for these i* I through men, with the two great and last become, quite religious: she attends your 1* illS only medicine that ,
be the best government which, most effectually the sura of all it* part. Ito spirit. as commandments'' a* its pillars, is<, that to .t such trouble and would, r
regularly now.
Jig I V1
: seeks thoatmoet welfare of all great a* the number of spirits that share which w* are summoned if w, are to. church very ,
within its control-which sseks ,A'' right it, and' u good a* the number of good keen faith with, men and God. Jess-Tes;: hes praying for, a cold 'onunend Z>ydi*>E.PlxOUuun'e Vew
and equitable soviet '. A* a mean to. this .pint* that share it. Ito division exactly Signally, before the envious nation w* and early'winter:- '" i' Compound t
aur
and it i. strong and sacred a* a means to equal the dividend and the quotient .. : ar to chasten, uphold, defend that idea, well What's the Weal a '
Tess--Well, troubled with Irr -radar weak*
When ,
or
an other and. it i. .tultifi d. : one. aide a. the earth ia.V cannot evade women a g .
1't concerns u, then at once to not the "Division of labor," which is mad to the duty, and w* must not sell the bless Jess-She 'had birthday Jut .Beea, l.hc displacement or nloeratloa of the wCaib. a>*erlnr-d- -
names and _DUal implications of the ..eAD."you labor and I divide," i* not ial[. To retreat or to retract would be to 'month, you! know, and her:: husband feelln ;. .. of the ovaries, bka Gta areaeral a ;
.ever*! schemes and forms of governmentcolor democracy. Since, in this long divisionof relinquish that opportunity of, which her a ...I.klD acq.ue.- Philadelphia li.t. and nervous t ; .ber there I* one uU .
"- ways ef' getting on together-which "authority and responsibility" everyman America is the trustee-not to exploit a. gave Lydia K. rinkhain Vegetable.
Xmen have. attempted and exhibited. .hould be fitted to count one. Democracy continent bat to uptatd a world., New Pres-_ remove n7. .... Cmpm4"
,
Autocracy. rule of one man, :eea' menace itself d.aiCIL it* raison and emohatie providence thrust this double aa
feting all power in'' his own ))f'nOa' andreponibl d etre.when it for a moment faith upon us.- '; Of the' strikes la Great Britain last The ezperienoa 4 ofom. ef 4b0'aee4'reetest.! ,. {,
only to himself. "I/etat .'eat seek thi fitness ef ita merit. Ilepreaentation 'Th canes of the'people* of all the peo women of go tmojJ a qneetloa, that Xordbs. )t.Plnkham'g .< ,
_I." Absoluteism a imperfect man i* ef the. ** fit merit Th proxy pie,- the cause of mankind and of everyman year 88,917 were successful 85B1S' Ae 't prTt bD4. sash trouble M
cannot a perfect man 'would not for i. valid only in this. '.The ballot affirm specially the lowest and the least wasnceeufnl and.4tJiS,accepted com e all ;
'either way individually i 18 frustrated. Dec the importance of each integer. It* qual i* the cause and the only cause'of democracy promises. one by removinr the c..and rr the organs to ale. .
i i ified' and its unmolested and it also ia the' of Him Mr
plt .aa. misanthropic.Monarchywhich tateJlipnce freedom cause and normal condition. If *.P.
ordinarily implies a is I ito safety, that always it ball be .whose errand wa, liberation and who a* Microscopic--experiment bare shown Ufa** beg thonaand J dubt free '
[ degree of consent and delegation of powi counted a* one, and never more or Ie... the eternal deliverer, live to accomplishall \ do adce a4 ; .
i and has wide limit according a* the Less or more i* th* suppression somewhere Hi. invincible decree. that the electrlcrny: --mad steel U not No other medicine for women the world ha rewived

I subject* haze great or small influence.I of manhoodlees. it were, tyrannize; Hail, Thou f on of Man! Let all the different la any way from crucible spread and unqu&l fled endore I. No other Tnedjotrte ., .r..l''
I form of monarchy are net ineonnsI more, it ... tyrannical. To corrupt, to people praise Thee! Then shall the earth UeL,, '
tent with reel popular power only then seduce to intimidate or to suppress it is I yield her increase The enlargement of :f"rtBMVS record of cure O female troublea., Refuse t bur any suba u6e.. ;.

I their'terminology' is an anachronism and to violate\ democracy. Democracy alone all the sons of men is Thy .ennreme argument . Ouzo Oirt or Torso I .a1bourseindelgaiMMe1. A"f
,
I their retention a superfluous and absurd cause th* right of a minority to fear a and evidence.' They hu walk at or livea OoyTT. r.-_ $500"0 "T I, ,. peeve,. .... ;

I expense. majority. For all and by all this recognition liberty because they seek Thy' precepta.: !' .wu.>1 i. Cower make oath that he I* "OIt 11. : i.hk.i. Q.- tt.DR .
I Plutocracy i* the ml of wealth the of man declare that because everyman If Thou ahalt make us -free w* shall be swnlor partner 01 th* ..... of F. I.Quaver ACo. -
I power of money holder a* *ucsv It iisabtI. should count on. h* shall! No other free-Indeed. Love i* Thy law and the tel .,doing business la the City,of To&o4o.l "..
and subvriv of men.t That it method of government declares this, or lowshin of love ita answer. Unto Thyself County cad Mate 4ereald, and that sal $ "
I sees by Community interest. by .* attempt to realize it. Resting ito case sane Then this.America. ;*..,' .arm win pay the sum ot ova .".. ....-. THAOHER'S r
I lent arithmetic, doe not u.dt necessiItata upon right sssessment of what constitute Well di4 Orover.Cleveland say ttta SJA tee ea h and*vry eas of arlvra bat .
but make possible! oppressions ,not human ..valueit. implies that &prill' C"at St. Louis "It i* a solemn eannot be anted by.tfc: ... s ""
lea actual because Insidious and ana- right and duties are strictly. correlativeand thing cbelong to a people favored ef. OATaaa* Ovna.' :! : .......ezuere.h, Laver and ./ "n., Vt
...owwcL It ha ruined great people.. For reciprocal. It etndte its rules In'the God." ana to before me and snbeortbed tn say .
"community of the titer .tad" is.widely day fight of Its principles. Our Supreme "' eetUisthdytDomk4r.HaU'sOatarrhOnrslstakealnternaUy.aai' f
divers. from the interest of the _linin- Court i*I governed by this l overruling equi They Treated .0... t-'l-l k. D.. llI oI.: i,W Ot.&i- -syrup
ty. The people also. "cannot serve Godand ty. Democracy is I ita teat and ita dictum. There was a knock at the door of Aunt Notary PuWle: s ..'\.
mammon.* Plutocracy' ia not a comBnonwealth. It i* the ultimata national'refuge of thepeople. Fanny pleasant kitchen on morning, Ora RsmovtM glut .. .
Weal itself i. *not ..merewealth. It'Iri.... the higher law. and on the step tood a ,.]ttle girl witha ale dlxeetly on the blood and muoom saw. 11 'I'
Tt- word "wealth. beg the Th distributive assignment of government basket on her arm. fs ea of tile system. Send for teeUmonUI, 1 .ref.UNEOY- t.;t .*-
A fM.11W.Is.
nieetion. Plutus wa blind) b the radical end of democracy not .""JoIo" you want to 'bay Something?" tree F.6. Cora Oo, Toledo, Ok :I A.4ee UP&IW ., ., ,. ; **,
t.h. "few" in wbr, .'her to but ascending with foe.Hall's .fM .
Oligarchy, power descending man she.asked a* abe came in. -Ilea ar* some Bold by all DruiorUts, -,
clique, a unreal, a "machine or a ring him.. It i* not paternal but fraternal.' nice home-knit stockings." Family PUis are the best. PURIFtC' ., -
md by whatsoever mean installed-and tolratsd. Human ethic rising from loyalty to "Surely' you did not knit these -stockings ' -'r'I -
It*. selectness and separaUness one'mere tribe or -clan-1.bmaeliti.eh-! yourself littl girt said Aunt The longest telephone .wire span Ia '' :
nd virtual sssumptioa is Its odium. It* I riMe toward the comprehension of man F.nn" the -world U 8200 feet from pole to CO.e AnA od.,' I. | %;* alkeet ,

[ responsibility' its vice. It* elfish-- right. -Th*. history of thin growth of human "No, ma'am bat grandma did Sb. i* pole. panning the Susquehanna JUver, .TICBEIDICIIE ran Nap : .:- ,
sc* i* its defeat. It refuses to .h.- institutions, making and remaking lam, and so she sits till and knit the :- T "
literally th gale' by the themselves discover that they move with near L nc&f tr. Pa.r r
Aristocracy ,things, 'and it I.. run about' to i oeD them; .
pat, ideally' an excellent terra eCtedbat the instinct'of a generic human Jit*.' :The! that.>the"Wiyvwe1 get along. 'She say of' Mew.
*eticaUy, howeverth.1, ; eell- impulse strengthen'aa'if by' hydrotatio jw are partner and so I wrote out a The. tenement'Inapecter ,' 'i
atr own r.tiDa-b.t one ha called "the pressure. That great democrat Lincoln sign and put it o+*r the fireplace. : 'Grandma York City have found over 820,000 MITELSOUAaAKTKCD .
K* irony of an entailed nobility!" Heretary I tt splendid representative of the fine ft occupied "room which bare neither .
privilege tainted- with pride andfeerciliousnes old aristocratic family of man, saipdo well Aunt Fanny laughed and bought the ventilation. ; *
and snobbery and t.h. dry in ISfia what has tn* '' .. stockings anil''a* aha counted out the Ugbt nor ,1 lea '

fff of these-a non-..quito., stili.exploitmjf application: "Th.r.who deny freedom money to pay' for them Maggie said "Thi
the many for the f.w. claaa prerogaB to other deserve it not for themselves, will buy the bread and butter for supper.:." _
[ and th. non-human proscriptions oft and under the rvls of a jut God cannot "What if yon hadnot *old anything" -
*. Th "boe should ml in the In- long retain it.": The paramount doctrineof miked Aunt Fanny. t .
sat* of what, i* good, but the self-styled equal rights i* that each soul has a di "You see, we prayed, 'Giv us this day Ydufffa/r .
91BBM. nursing their>wn uduoi"' _.=may Yin right kingly: and knightly right, our daily bread God baa promisedto ,
( om* the) wont. : to all the \liberty be can use J and bar the hear when, folk pray; so I guess therewun't (
{ narchyt I Contradiction in terms! The right to stand un. fn his l .atak...'. image, any' 'if' about it. When He says 1 .
1 i$ R of lowlessness the rule of caprice: and'jllScviolenc to show what, b* can use. Ita formative things, they're sun and certain." ." I
hair
denying authority ia thataBij proposition Ice that a just society lie in "T /o years egos my was 13Gtt

4 I which i I. the parody and rain of the good of all iu element, and that this In 'Work.. *_ falling out badly. I purchased a
liberty 1 Freedom crushed under the good lie in (b* removing by pick or Happlnees bottle of Hair and err A')'. ,
iJ Mnteiam ot;the mob! powder of all avoidable hindrances to Some people dream of happiness usomethit Ayer yicor ,
{;;?* *fceocracy_the reign of God, actual the affirmation of modal personality. lieu << they' will, some to by) and by, \.onmy hair:topped coming out." \

yM* God 1. God truly realized in nnivergH la ita enabling and ennobling (so far as at the end of a course of toil and straggle.. Mil Minnie Hoover Paris III. Yee.tb. teed
r ooiinitioa ot Him "th first and the circumstance: can) eacn unitary being to But the. true wato find happiness is a* btsd,wled a. CUR. .-- c. ..0".. "
BBMBmand the living *:" bat never del. eve the fullest possibl life. w* go on in our work. Every day baa its etos after eating. "t.I _, -P- ire.et.rty
rj B to anyvicegeml, installed in they All "Hbert has social limitations, and own cup of sweetness. In every duty' is Perhaps your,, mother yes..u Coaalp.t.. hills more '._W.' ,. "t le .
( non consent of free conscience aDd ita problem :to reduce these limitation a pot of hidden manna. In every' sorrow stars ebnase sad Is.gyan.f sereelug, tie saner whet yen...
P b usurped by kingcraft or yrs mtoraftj to the lowest, terms necessary to and conietent i. a blessins- comfort. In every burden had thin hair but 'that is CARCARnTS_ .fa yawlll .mr gee weU sad may well "earl a net pest bowels ;. r ,l.7
[? nwest p.-rverslon of tho-hitlbeat truth.lUssmVioeracy . with ita own \.utmost diffusion i is rolled up a gift of God. In all life .it.kt Teke..f. e4.n.no...seen..lee"t Grans'e auP.d ted eel, ed.Neree, sbsaw rid /.A MR. .ewe er.e..y
:. Self-government by the ).freedom also 1* law. :. Christ 1s with us, if w.an, true,to Him no reason -whY'you"'lnustgo teas. y.Ch w N.W Teo.OAPSIQIIM . ?r
K. Th dignity of the people i* the 4 It i* not the commercial the strategic If we nave learned tIes 'oeeret;even the A."c.- --- l!
'',- D Bion of their Creator" It* who i* th* be.ria.'ol th..' Monroe doctrine tiermake. thing that eeia unpleasant and disagreos.ble .through'life with(,half- { f '
( l of thi* self-rule i* also it* only *eI it strong in our American hearts yield joy' in the doing. A traveler inSoutAtria -
W-Each man with, Dot apaYt from, and determination, but ita immense moral saw com boy playing marble starved hair., If you want VASELINE. Dtosv tilvea: f '
BS B BMother. directly) and jointly reapnpod. meaning that democracy shall not have ita *, using pebbles. On of.the** rotted '' ... I -
1Y B BB. Th highest law final-man arena narrowed, nor ita ecop* tn the traveler's feet, and. picking it up. long ',,thicks: hair, feed' it *'*(evens. ru C .euaal' tardowee O.hl. :> .
r l from all usurpations and, as a thwarted by' the imposition of another it seemed to him .only a rough atone other* wia .tttt: bUd themeeldeuoa.sits 1.1s. ."
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obedience. Democracy may be America) i* the Mate ground and the over a gleam of light flashed from one .t'.ao._ .;totm t Or*. Trial_ .- '.
lfr i B for the mere tyranny of the multi- bulwark of popular free government-and spot of it. It was a diamond.' Dutiesseem and make It rich ,dark, .1..3".IU. at... gtee.frr.hoist....be(. i
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I B subservient mass a prey to passion to maintain this high theory of nan and dull and dreamt to unattractive. -"selattoa. W* reoosa. Writ B*.H.r,*>**& **a*. \
H r r rAschemer* who are it* panderer endangered w, *> will, fight- if need be Bard, but they infold secrets of happinesswhich and heavy. _. as kaowa.d ao sales sxxrms.1tsirliTltsiM Sseeldlsl .0 AtlaiMa,**' (
g while they'dejrrade.But then (though God forbid the need) if all the w* find when, we accept them with, remayfeepalasIntheoh.etsd.amm.ohando11r1..ettanearelgte.od.a asa satoraat ,
BmmmmaKi** is lost aad th* demo 1* by seas ar* to run red! It war this tremendous love and do them c'1aeerfulJRn' J, p. tLM a Mfsv- Allw... *osspUUat t- d.Y ry .
5 thwarted of his end. Demoe- instinct in ,.,bleh, in one of the noblest ), *. A trial will prove wk.t we claim ,WEOFFERFrciflatk ..
d..1 when, it meet aU the eon- war of time w* moon np to lift Cub liller.'A f. 11 year 4nnrn *.no' supply jam Fortt.aad I* will fee foasul te b*IsmUuble. free .
A 'total responsibility' to God- rant under the bloody' beel of the 11. of few X_. sad as oew oaDa*coed w* win, expnea la thekeeaebold.MaeypeopeaJ iI.taebeetetsit.1your .a1Wdn I 0..
the II Make mind' that definite and Toe a 1oot&Ie. BesaNandgtvthnaa>o pnp.re .. Priov i* w.... .r pon.M'pi.s.d 'O.a.PW
% high-peerage of that'loyalty Philip and of Alv*.- Th. people' day up your Address, .
to Creator all neighbor! lovere advance. settled opinion in theology, if not within of *--raeap..IIf J.O.ATfca CO..laws;;.Mass.tUTABLIBBED et sMl.etblumoe.tteusl.*_at all 4 imcvtats_**r..or. osJIy. Oorvespc ndaae a. . '
of the I therefore to assert that "which.. reach are possible, are desirable, are s W* pay tb* ntehesa far
> a* oae femur highestical com _easy _will s* d yoah by_ILN' C or
: and lateral 1o ia it* law-th* 1 have tried t* approach and this it is: worthy of intense inquiry. Shake off this id be aoMptod b. a WI..leutnermeantsnorfeb.l Fare. Bseocna Skis- ..A .
I" aw of liberty .Chat the aim of a truercjemoeraey i* in lethargy which allow yon to main ia.ternaI Otsa ..p.... /,ice .asotherwlsw.Is t Chip a*year .
y e, I-hold both that Christianity the moat complete accord with this aim snipes., this indifference which 17*.) eemls)*. CMa 8IMOUOH sera cod a W. B HAKINSOM CO.. rtlffflftin;n
smocracyand that onlyin' its of the gospel.: Both ar emancipative.Their you call liberality, WIle apathy you -namecandor. IT .t.- OrT. .
j a democracy thrive or endure implication are mutual. They alikewed It needs, I doubt not, some finer :pEc :. NS.O1nw.r. Than ', :,
ndation Jit. cannot lay. If the or fall upon tb* proposition of the and more generous statement to win the and I ;
and dealers la
''r+5 an shall make the people free universal spiritual, rights of all men u msn.Aeh ear and heart of Christendom, but I feel a f>f : large of sort toe s* rt. ONe'" the:name .this r when ."
b* free indeed and not ether breaks down aU "middle wall of mighty confidence.that the first time now npA tsd N" SHrLLfCANS' arDABT.' Van writing'to *01) :
i autonomy to i thsirs.. Hi valuthem. J>artition" and unloose "tb yoke of that Christian theology clears her trumpetand D....* and Ctrrf..... ByM.d....,.... or seed.11ns ad.rlorW. 4 .
'to .. His._riahta NcnveHlmwbo bondage,Jo opu* th* [eta .1 .day to> utter not uncertain note the voice :trM for sale. *TsFMnUasi Site.....,.. 1 ',' I ,
Is aU all they creature under heave.!" Each .f Chanilng will be the dominant ef the -n.I '
are very t fiUANT:-IIOSSON PICA CO. Kkkw.ii.kih " ,..,. ,t'\:
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, ,.Notice. >f Incorporation.to : . 8atlard'.Itor.ho.sld Myrnp.Immedlabely Co..bl.1I8peU Cauavod Datl >a..o....... Is Your Life Worth 50e

d 8Y"T1I"! "..o"" '. "|" ., relieve hoar.o, croupy Q'tHuirry Due.well,aged 25 choked todeath : The ; of di; k1 If Sp T1'ya Bottle ot
f oUlrtoranicaofvA{ rattllnKi rapln;
oouifb oppressed, > yesterday morning at his
NoUoel hreby stven that an tie Mth day Hen-y C. earl LET US i>,
and ,aiflfcult breathlnsr. home, e of his wife and
"'io< January A. D.1MM, an application will txnailolo presence .
the Onvrruwr Of tb{ .. nub of Flwrlrt Steam,'DrurfifUt 8huU8burg, WU- chlid.lle. contracted a (light Cold stew sa that seems to have. no .

...r for of Incorporation Lalier Patent.upon.' the following, Arttct-. con ln, write. May CO, 1001 Horehound: "I have. day ago' and paid but little attentionto sa ' ing,can be turned Into a re r
Halliard' = IMPRESSTHIS
been *eUln It. Yesterday morning he wa SI'N"t
AaTICtEB OK1 tNCOBPOaATIO.f.The : sa ular. ring if consnlt us
I Syrup for two year, and have never seized with a flit 'of cough lug which ,. you
ty ".iindernlgned do hereby aaaoclate t''<." that hal given better continued for aomeiime.. His wife A about the .kind 'of Fertilizer
Belue loxulhar. *... ln> I hr vorihirat t, cadre. *,err Had a preparation gent
by virtueof the *ei.oral t oorporaUou law aatUfaction. 1 notice that when I for a phydclaln but' before he could t" you need for your soil.
of the ftat of rJnrM. AH r*.iiln, <*i<*l I bell a bottle they come for more. I arrive another coughing spell came K _. for little booklet
in ,the Hereit tiiatule of lalit H. to l land 2ac ooc)() .Write our
; : ,.recomend It. and Duckwell .died A
tan' honetly on { from *uffocatlon. -CURL-
tb* acu the Legliilature .moliilaory YOU
.of UPON Fertilizers which I is free
'' 'be..f.. and aupitlumontary them'to and 1.00 at all durggUt Ut. Louie Uobe) -Democrat. on ; KIDN _
. and the tnlolea ( Incorporation. 1 HorebountlSyrup for the asking
adopt following o ..... Dec 1901. Ballard. .. .
_ w '' '.* \. y. Ho F6u.d a Cur*. -" ," would have saved him. .25o tI .

The. n.m.of, lot ARTICLE corporation I. shall be, the U.: H; Foster, 318 S. 2d StreetSalt 6Oo and. '*.f7K) at alf,. druggists. . .. I ': '
4 ,, been bothered : : #\fllQbest I Gash Price
1C I alM MBit Plan. ICK AKn hT RAO COMPAPV ,. take City write: 1 have \ ; IL ,?
with Its principal offlre and place. of hu.lne,4a indigestion _
with dyspepsia or iru
Paid tor ) Bones
li Che. town of Klaaloiiaee, oaceola County tried Notice' Application to Sell *
.. Florida with such branch steers' aa may. buvyetth.L.d i for twenty-one year, have II world puudnce i
lewher. by the board of director. I many doctor without. relief, ,but 1 Personal Property. We defy the I of K
of /'IIld corporation; Uf such tiama ..11,1.ne\ I. 4 for the cure of all form ,
blue
Herblne. recommend
And .bti sued, plead juid be pleaded, Mao 'a our. I have found a cure In NoJlo I* hereby glren'thaVI will, on the 4th .1 FLORIDA FERTILIZER; MANUFACTURING COGAINESVILLE
porale....1. and c\laollo:\ be.(amo_at pleasure.. I (Ito all my friend who are day of January.' A. u. 1UUI, apply U> ibeConntrJudm ney andWadAertruuileeenddisepectillar
'. them of Oaoeola Coltily, r lorlda. for an orderto will
ARTICLE 1. I afflicted! that way and It 1* curing' veil at private Bale those cer'aln *Uick. of FLORIDA. .. -,:, to .romeuthat., equ
!Sr Tbe.abrobth. hnaluea to tranaaoled. too... .60o at all drug-gilt. cattle marked and branded. follow Market Smith'. Sure Kidney Cure. WluelKht
by .ali) corporation' *hal| be la mannfarttiroIce 4> f_ _. und..rol..... none ..,. bolt imdvrnlrk In the AOENT. w B MAKINSON .CO.; KISSIMMKE FLORIDA. l cent of th rea 8ee treated w
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.4.nT other oominodli/ -onimoditle Favorite Family Remedy. other branded LA, half diamond above! alaoniarkrd : Kidney Cure thaV hai
aa may at any time be agreedupon bv,a inn- nveralopv nndrrbil In one ear crop Smith I Sure
'..rll, of the atorklioldi-ra' ., envregularme.lj.goranv "- Frequently accident. occur Irk i the uudernirkhtbeotheq branded Ka.lialf diamond OOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOCKXC. under our ob.ervatlonhave cur
meetlug apoclaily calla fur tint abuvet'; said stocks of ealtlv oeing theliroonrty lieU our medicine on a..P.otlt.Vuarrttitee
'tnirpore ; household, which cause ,,'burns, cut, of IX>r. Fraud Acreo, lutelleAcree "' '"' '''''''' We direction are follow
locondnct BflHtrgnd \bualneaa. .; to own In such RUhr. If
oyalar sprains. and bruises; for Use I Stovvn Albert Acres, Knee :i
and uperatv reaaela for either freight/ or p.... Ballard') Snow Liniment ha Acme and Margaret Zell Acree minor-clilldrau... and money will be refunded. if'oure''.1.
,eongpr aervlce. or hotli. loig Ibo Kiiulnimee case, of C. a. Ao..... 1 .'CARSON, P .14:.t. N.. C.; BRYAN Secretary.orxa effected. '
and Colooaahafhee Hirer, from. tho town ofKlailmnire for many year* been the constant f av- C S ACRES $ Dot and .1. Oacoola" t'ounly, Florida, to the! orita femlly remedy. 25o, boo andS 1.00 Natural Guardian of Said Minor, Price r.o cents ,
town of Kort Myrra, l.... Count of Florida, at all drUBTglst Deo. 3rd. IV" .. : : : Ooeola I'harlnaey.l .
sod Intermediate polnu.. '
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To own' manage and oondurt a cold torago ._ .
for the purpoee of curing mats, n.h and game '
of all kliidn lor iuwlf. or for other and cliarv Wafers & Carson Grocery Co. '
._ fog for the ..me. _
To buy and aril beel and mock cattle,. hose How to Paint
and fnrataof all kind.owe and maintain paa ,
ture for the '. -'.others.bug, b&er..d .'ockcatU. Wfcoleaale ..4 Retell Dealer l. '
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0.And..*. and to engage trudn without In a general rcatrlrtlona, mercantile on any bunt-or G 'R O CE.'R; : ITS S r {

all arllclei of iu own pr It,.and fnrtbormore to engage In any oommrrMM House CheapAnd .
nr iradlnic bnalnvna I not heroin mp.e4Sed a .
-,'provided that name hall be authorised by lb. .
.l .atooibolden at any regular meeting, or any .COtlMTY !
AOBNTS! FOR
'meeting aneclal! called for that purpoae.ART1CL .
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'The capital itock of laid corporation shall be HAY L CRATES .
twenty-tire thouaand: : dollar*. (MVQMUO) dl- It Guaranteed to. Look Better, Wear Longer, I I Celebrated Fertilizers
Tlded Into two hundred and fifty (S'n,) ebmre. of 1 '

.the par, T.lu.. of ,one' hundred dollar. (tOO) and Costless Than the Best White Lead Paints... 1 GRAIN : ETC. .'
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Aubsatlptlotl Clrcalara a*>d Price
oe capital clock of l..ld corporation -
ahall be paid In cu..nrrnfthe United * > ( '* %'f& PairailBlied .. .......e.tl... ?
fetate: prorHedHowever. that the board of ii
dlrretor la hereby authorlaed. to acoept, In l>"ymehtof Never Fades .Cracks Chalks Peels and Is Not Affected by Oasts, MRS. L.. S. ADAMS.
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ubcrlptiau capital lock Of 0.1_'.., T*_

A .add aid norpo""Uonl hoard,'ouch at real. a valuation and peraonal robe property flxed by Fogs, S.a'-Air or Any Cllmat. Conditions-Fifty Sample fIDES FURS' WOOL WlM. of Cardtl b .lndt.4.;uwktg. .

.r labor and ..r"I..... a* may be neceaaary ana bud lufftrad_
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useful Iu lb. builucaiol skid corporation. Colors and Illustrated Booklet Prepaid to Any women Having
f' Tli. stock or *nid rOtlo..hall be *uberlbed H"ea"un with weakness and k..r

r(, ''.board,IIUra.-for. ana be;paid a* called for by the;"*., Address Absolutely. .. Fr... Ooiaaatry:: : ':Produce e., Spooto.2ty.High .: .lndown ral doctors pain and, and aUUrcnl(having .tried ronUlM. l MV*

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with no .ecasi. your Wing of CaTctal
Bald corporation shall bare the power, to aoUlre "'"""' was the only I thlrj which helped mg,"
< and own real catale. aad ramp, cell
) may
or mortgage the ..m.. and vnUiilly cured... It tamed 1.

a ARTICLE 6, build up the weak parts, itrtngthc!& -

? The ter..cW..hleh thU corporation ihall* emtl -- the 1)..... lAd correct "trnjularitk!

..*hall be.IIlnot-oIo.l'ean. .; ;;;;"
..ARTICLE .. lily "tlra w' Mr, Adam
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i rele ;;;;rbe.baslne.s of .ald' eorratlan'ehdid.oonduetedby mount ncTTou women who han
the board 'of' ctura. duordervd; menwi, falling of-
which .b."conalit o(not lea than t!.ree (X) Grade womb oTarian trouble or any. of
nor more ttan.sveu ((7)) munbm, and itockIder Whiskey r these ailments that .women. haft |
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Of ald corporation, and the laid brad
hall elect. from their number. a JTealdeut 8re* You can "ure jrunne'f at horns with
retary,Treasurer and Uentra1. Hamper, who.hhlt 1 Uii '\\"m 'U'a romedf Wing
'. *appoint urh ubordlnat offip+n and ern utr.
of t Wine of Caniul.han, ,
:> "'agent'* a* they may deem ueoeaaary for conduct'.
jar cured l ,'Wo"ldoctorii !
tlwenda of
caM t
loa the corporation. ..Id
A' board o e ttoonlsbsll bav ( and authority T.HE. : : ....1,..r.-1od to benefit. Why
w 'a to manage and oonduet. all the bu.I.....* CA.FEP, not V.. '0> r t well today? AQdrugsuu
/' Of bald corporation of every kind and charac Covering Awe of OronnaI bottle For |
The hoof of the Great Field MmeTiin. Chicago Seven lJ .

y '.toot- Painted with; Carrara Palat-Thl wa Done After the Mot Rigid! Two any ttnnIt, liver or bowel alder -,
debMdneea, Uane .bond at any time e'ooc: ;auch aoje.mmint. : Carrara Paint More Than Twioe 7rd'g. Dlack-Dreagbk 1
,Year1 Teat In Which it was Foul was Near Passenger Depot Kissimmee .
n and lII.ueb do-oomlo.Uon..lo their *
should) t.., ..U.
Judgment the neoewltle* of the corporationmay at Good in Lasting Quality a* Any Other Paint Produced .J Hotel and. the Graves House. .' .' ii : ,fi
sod to execute,' when ._.. yaeade't j 11---I ..bd.ea alvtaat,
require "'1' .
any deed of mortgage, or any deed or deed* of The coat of painting the bouts and barn out. -from plain brick wall-and sous lenses to Ha eyn..I"' m''.Ter ktmu......,... Ad .dvr. ., J..7--rv.Y,
r. tract, or seou.iyon the franoalae. ..adlid building and feooeg la a beary burden. Cheap roof and Interior nnlah of stately hotel*j from rosy.ter... awe--N .'
all propertyJwth real and pereoaal.olhi. corporation eootrypsreoeharshsdoroheapoutbndingand : A. K. BKARDKN Proprietor.
'forth pnrpoae. of performing or fulfilling fttliiU *oon fade. ,peel or Halo off aad wnlto lelll1. to farm reildenee, anbuTDaa home or loiurtou ,
2: ,' Ute oontrcla. 01) tJr.t ou or llalillllle. oil costs $o much and bag to be replaced >> city......d_ Carrara I* ned "- It lat
9i.every kind and nature of said corporation. ones that II la a eooiUat expense to keep no longer never fade. never eraeka,never' peel*. WINE CARD
-Tb annual meeting of lb. ftockhoVr .
den of said corporation .ball:be beld la the bright clew appearance *o dealntil In 1M eoTera more eurface than the highest priced ,

city of Ktacaramee Oaneol county, Florida, on i oozy cottage home elcganCmamloo. The ;rdntshodooetttoathan! the cheap mixed paint
Jr THeeday. after the flrat Monday In July of each following' a few of the largo tttorg of Carrara that Injure instead of protect. There b but one I now have .the largest stock ''Of. Wine, Whistles
. 7.... The II,., annnal meetlug to be held on i paint . ' Carrara It madeby,the Carrara Paint Agency. and Deer ever handled ,1n KUiimmee. All "rQ1'
s,Tueaday after the Sat Monday July 1904 : The Waldorf-Atorla, New York City mitt rfW Cincinnati, Ohio, and anyone baring a house to ,
as ,.'Hotll BBO tbelr*.-Until ncoeaeor the flrat* are elected annual and meeting and >**mo_'vagnlfloent hotels In the world hag paint shoed send forte free ample colorj and grades at price to suit!. the time: l' ,; FARM.a'
qualified NO oui-
.v .t .. the bnalaea of add Conmratton. ball be roam., wtod tang and ton.of the)worU-faaob.Carrara our handsome, Illustrated booklet, .bowln, \ \ ,
......., W, paint. I'uUmu..._ Car CIJ.; Cblcaao Telm many building,reproduced hi all the colon just "AI -
_ "?'it. ...s.HlIntJam..beumerlltfaoeoDNt, 8aundera phone Co.| Central) Union Telephon.Oat Keo- a* they are painted from title great paint that A GROVSD9DC Ors

a* arboad'of'dtroetors" and Deleter: wood Club Chloago, Cluelnnatl Southern b..t004lhemootl'l.14..forFaara.aodbearC. > ." ':
Memento a* ...I"ent. Treavuter and General <> ..L B. B.()o.1 Denver. Wo Uraada u.ltl In mind that U U the only' paint ever manutae- .
MaBager. and Jacob arnmnenin a* Seeretary.ARTLCLE'7 .'. Wellington hotel Chicago. lured bat II backed by a poalttre guarantee :TTTCr: 'T'RAaE A SPEGT: L'' LT': C' '

t .. Frota railroad box car to elegantly TornUheigeneral every..... DtotrlbuUng depot In all principal
'rh.ktgbeeamn.nt of Indebtednr or Ha-1' railway! from race oIUeo.' Write to4ay and sun ball your. paint
'. .J nil I tin to which amid corporation. can ..thou baok basis andDW fancy otab botue*] bill In the tatare. ,
4lnverabeetltaelf.) shall be twenty-Ire
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+. Cwt atilt dollar,,(.Vi/')'', ,OU T1).'U.I.- I Carrara.Is for Sale by . .


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.. ..asdtb.numh.rof.bsrel.ubmcrlbed SertMng are.a.followstieter to the......ltatlltuclt- ..,.,..Id' COl'J. >by Oratlo.ea',. j.. W. 'THOMPSON, K sS'IIIMEE, FLAB 1 R- ,

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,.. aooh ginomerlin. Klaalramee, Yls6 .h...... E E ,
( 00. ,. Haoadent Kucliniaeo. Vl4 .hares. ATLANTIC COAST 1 LINE RAILROAD. 1

p 1t, r:(' ..Inwltrmaa. whereof,"....-. have' hereunto Set A A

oar"' ..4. and.*.eal. tbl. the Mb day of Dooember .- BCBBOOlJt IN Z''S''t'IiAY' .4 .1909.BTATIUlia .
W tt .- ,, A..U.. ,.'U>0. ." .*- .- --. ALES, WINES BRANDIES .
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,at. *i JACOB 8OWMBII.IW. 1 ge.i. 1101 I Dtp Lvi,..,....'',......,,. ,.4..leropa. ..... . .. . . . .. . ..... : J asa 10 Mp '
1 x' r t p..u. H.BTATaor .V"II.(8o.IJ.( I 18a 07p!: Lr..M..,..1..JU.Plant (.t J'. ... .? ..... . .. .- .. '" . Jff' 05aa 4lp WHISKIES I I :! YA'0U-A.t. tj
,1 t40e JMp W.t..tlw.y.Ws.c.a.w.. Lakeland ....,.. ............ ............Ar.Lr 6 JO* '7Itp L, . ""'.a. L TheyArejGRIFFING'S[ "o"T N
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'A signed or oarcoi..*.f Before me the under. ***., > [*. ,... % ,.....Orlando, .... .. .r.L., ? :
,,t,., .. .uUrn1t'.pe..alJy com Dexeter W. I n M*. f ObiAt'nla., : ... I..J..... .f..... .. .; ... .. .... ....LY 20.612tbp E .E '
aummertln Jacob Hummnrllu and U a aondcn. each tome known to be the person. - Ar, U.A..X...,... ... ..DeLand.... .,. '. .,...,., 4 AWp ,.
\ need In and who' alg"ed the fnroxolnga11 24up'450. .Ar.... .......,........ ,...,*... PaIaLkalatka. ....?. ..N.-. .. ... ...f... .....Lll0P ( Up. -
"'f. ** of IneorBorailoi and re.pertlv.ly ao> 4'60p"711O. Ar a...U.. . ... .: 7 hoewiedged' before m* Mat they ..ubacrlbedI" S "
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'i Ic 1 .tae fn4"II aa!Incorporate'". fo '. the pvrpoe ol. therein ."........eI .7 aua .dwrir.#o'..... ......'<\,....:-".HTATlONtf.Tampa...,,. ....'. . .. .... . .. .......... .".. . .Ar 10 V-S6 11I\1'l S I 'Tweet" > vnrtetlMi of-1 1JlUo -
; C hyl, Io and Storage the,.. Ktrlmmee'Flab. 8r a LvTr.rr.era npu.. .".. . .. ... ..Lakeland.. .. . ... ... . .......... ..... ... ?Lr gop BeefON : ? leading
lDpan baXTKB, /I. SiaLr .. .........I.J .: .,.. ..r.......,. !real. City-----------------------. .... .. . .1." 1\ Wp A A .r, s line of Krult:and <
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