Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 18, 1903
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00103
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Forget to inspect
| Full Report of the .Regular Meeting : ::: .. .. .. ... ... .., _l ___ J \.k.J -.

Hell. Dec. 7th.. 1903.. : -. .. ,; ."", . ....Geed. .,;to''. t.. ." ....,Ii. .,,1 !ffl"" u

Kis 1mtnee City,rxt>fiy.,5: ,

, The Boardof'Countr Commlttlod. .
|en cOoveoed'at lo .. m., there being TJpholstefnd( in the fiver 5 .
|| genuine leather-- finest brought; f \
1 present W. n....., 8..., chairman O | Queen Olives island ;,'epperSauce.1Oer: q ' '

[S.. Acres l.Zr 8. Strattoo A. C. )'lassand to Kl.SSlmnieand Cane: Seated'Rockers 'Nice Iine"Wil31 =. Sweet Pickles; 20o v; :Large Glass-JarPreserves: 50 3

f J. M. .Waln"b ommlilioneri. E ,. ; 5..Mb.ed: Pickles,'.1 Sot ; .Ateorted'Jam: CHaw; r Jar"18j3: ?

|Sean W.' It., county. attorney.. C., and W.. J. g low and Children's l Kockcrs; also'Beau.tiful< Pelt Mattressji, S= Plain Pickles, 10 and .J Imp',Sulthd'a\ Rafslns 9Bc..1h.r ,' .

F The minute of the '!set regular : E' Hone Radish& M :' ; Seeded.Ralaln.l50: ; lbl ;!:

!meeting also of the called meeting of 2' es, Comforters, 'Blankets, Iron Beds and Springs!. finest: .= E Oyster CoclcWl..Ca.t CaUfornla Seeetleu'' R.\; 9Oc J.t ;;
[:Nor. 17th were read and I -
board then proceeded approved.The to can-. 1= Oak Bed, Room Suits in 'the'b>WD also nice Wardrobes \jfis E." Tomato Catsup,41Sca. "r: Currants'" :cleaned, >8g1b ,.;y 11.

rasa the returns of the- wet aoel'd.., >**v* ; I -, Citron;;Oi> Ife"lLluU( .Pe. Cinnamon,, 'Allspice and, 'ja;

Election and declared the result fn fail I and Kitchen Safes: V 5. Glares Shredded t.. '.N .-Stlch'MlnceMeht1w; v' 2
or of the wet ticket *by, 74 vo i E : 3 =
Dry ; Fresh'' Peanuts .Wa.1nllt''Bruit: Nuts,, Pe-:, ,(, y.

[fKlsslranaee,follows: WeS-107 99. cans' Almonds.. 'Stock:,'.Candy. t "n.,11 'a'Agent : "'

[[Campbell Shingle. 15 6 10 7 | ,GIVE US ? CELL 1EN LOOKIUB'FOB. I! mSTIHHS' E30DS OF BEHL Y lDE., | E E' ' Steam ,,Laundry.r If\! 'jA j

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EUassvlUe. 11 t a"
FOabgrass 7. 0 Diamond X Butter.. From ream J r Lb'Pkgs' -3
l-Lakeview ,,15 2B.toaer' Q.' ,
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: .4, 230 0 J. W. THOMPSON fg
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Total "Tw' "*' '120 'FURNITURE DEALER ,AND FUNERAL: : 'DIRECTOR' 1 3 ." y' .t .f,

The pension application. of Mrs. Sarah .- V ?
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The bond of WlinJTrley to I
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.$. lrtwms.The following was approved.bill,, were, examinee off R. M.' Chafer. .. THE SCHOOL.: BOARD. oeok High. School building'bad been I fr'

[And ordered paid:. Mr. II. Ml: 'Chafer: died l 'at his home ,I' let, to J, LI. Overstreet,\ O., bid W., Bass. State 8 ; Kissiraee
and W.. R.' their'
W Baaa 8* County Com and ... Wheeler t,041 I
.. .. mlUage.ISStratto : 1070 In this city ..t"o'clock 00'Monday I
M 60-100 being "be-Io..., offered.H. ,
o a A.r. .
.. .. .. '* sm last and burled In the
",. .... morning was .
14 no FUll" Proceedings of tbe C. STANFORD, Cb..I..III..o.W.n.HINTOJf.'Beore .
i C Bana .M. ,1"1") ..< v M .j.. 1* 001N city cemetery on>Tuesday. afternoonat .Last ..,.' 1 J ,
J N Wlk.r .. .
> 2 o'clock.No .
Jno M' J M Sean 1..'County$irk and AUorD.f.. >r.V,7t..v.'i. ..... M 12 00 60 death which, has heretofore 'occurred .* Regular Meetto. ClrCNlt Court.. Offers to C ,;Eyei;}Faeiitty,: ,

|C r Pret.U care 'dl....V "I...... 11 60 In the"olt."!.b...''cre..ted.. more
I..J MeCorvey. Janitor.. .........:.;\.1..y.. M 00 genuine or widespread. sorrow.,, ,In Kissimmee., Fla. Deo. 8, 903 .Circuit Court fop Ibis county eon ,Consistent; Sound Management> :
>V R Cape. BIM. *poor farm *ear sacs r. MOO business MK; Chafer, was brought The Board of Publte Instruction wooed on Tuesdays Dec. 8th;; with Hqn j10

i F "W tog R Johnatoa... .... ..drawing..........Jury.nd.' ...:prepar-..,;.;, >400 contact,with people frdn-ell, i part UAi .:Met there being present H., C. dtan- Minor' S.. Jones on the bench and .. ." -- ,. ;'i- .
JW Arnold election dUtrict Mo. ......... ft OO the, lower' east ,coast and was. well fords chairman J. Strickland and A. Judge J. 'D. Beggs State Attorneypreeen :Personal Attention =All Basiafss lntr iUdv ,to V'.J JN.
Blmmoni election dlatrlct' a....,.... It 00 also : : to lookafter the State's tnterest..The ,j. .. ,
the S. Hinton .
known to people throughout Campbell; W. B. Superintendent ; .
V Willie Mall.leoUon dl.trlot. No. 4 ...... 1* M V ; following oases'were dls. -" "
J H Walker election T.. W": en. entire section.. Hi. unbane and gentle of Public Instruction """ ,
lor Pr..att..rrinuotle .r.olD tl;;.. 4 SO m..ol,1Dana... and correct 'and liberal The minutes of last meeting, ,were. posed of! 'CARSON6'oAatuuI.'
; J L neaman oarrrlng order Jndan JOIM* I 00 dealing with the < public' has made read and approved.: t Thos. Owens. examined by Hugh C. "
rMarehal. Brtioe A Co, blank booka.... :27 Ji Maofarlane, John c..Too.. and W JSears -
I him friend and when his death Treasurer. J. R. GilbertSr..
J W Mlmpaon, cxtrartlng tooth prUoncr 1 ufl many ,. .repotted
oleo U h.y nay roll road anp'r..... ',. 3M 14 became known there was. sorrow la the as follows: practicing attorneys'of' said ,. ." -
J W Wataonbardwar......,.V ..-. ..... 410i hearts of people thoroughoutthe Kissimmee FleDeo. cou, as'to his qualification. to . 'W.
i "Valley! I. ..........: , M 40Time many ; t4003.g4'e tice law In the several courts 0 frao- --
Bui di.trlbuUogbaltot box-: :. 17 10 county the Hon. Board" otrublia.iMtraetlm cud -- .
JB: It Kogan UK collector oommluloo. M MU I Mr. Chafer was a sufferer from hearttrouble for O.o.ola oouoty State find that he 'Is ,well qualified. .
< F oleiittoa....... H OOJ eta; upoa"whlcb the following endorsement * -
and 'for two three' I tender ,
or daysprior herewith report treaaUrer
"l" r S ..
;" R Gilbert Hr Com Co Tr..ur.r ...,}... SI SA mv the Court l'
; .U. A.......I.l ll to poor (.''''..........,.. 600 to his death be hid' DO'' been of Oaoeola count .._ Mte. aonthof "Tbe above examination by was held In ; I THE ,
I, fl F PrevaM feeding pruonen.4S; SOW well. He was more-or less' restlessduring .November,1903, : .... 'w'r:
R JohiiMonoMUblateri open court and it was showu that. the< : ...'
.. .. H T. ton. tm I -Sun Jay night, but arose as TRBASURKB'fl RKTCRT.MAT. : .: .j ;"
C r Pre""" 610 usual Monday morning. He was 1. To bal. from I..,rcpo4t......... t rti S5 applicant Is of good moral character.. '
After which the .Board look a recess. feeling badly however and. sent word Nor 10 Amt. W4 Comptroller. 1 rolll lax 401 10No.:11 The State vs. Cb.... Andrews, murder I .Jce.C9i1ipa+n
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until 2. Mar reo In lobe first
degre plead guilty;
award m. over to J. W. Weuon'a hardwaresvore _demptlom, __ .. ._._ . .... 8 S61Ma. "' J ..
The reoonrened at'' 2, m., .. :: J. : :..'-! : and the Court after hearing the evl
p. --
of which he Is that he Am. WOVITVU IT "r.D. m
jail being present. was unwell, and would manager not be over- ...... ... ?......2" ,9alaofbooki. 19ft I deuce In the 'case, fixed t.hegr&d..'p f Is Now R .fpr Business... '*! W :
To. ', oolJootor, 1900 ...... toTolaxeollMtorpolla |
.Warrants were. signed up in Ui Uxa !19 homicide as murder In the second de -"- -"
He also cent instructions aa to filling
1901..e a 00
.' ,. ..... sentenced tbe defendant to 1TTE'1AKETHIS, u'.r OF: THE PEON
certain Orders etc. To US collector, poll*,.IIOI.; *: ? IOC oone INFORMING
Petition for road ..... ed In Vthe penitentiary at ban
a signed by various bre.\f..t'' .
When ready'Mrs.:
was : ,
@0AM litbor V'V pie of Kissimmee lauOuI rritb".th&lw :aria;
citizens "beginning at a polo Chafer called to him to come Into the ." LL.P..7181 for the remainder of his o..t.ur..llife. ; .now
By warrant paid rToBalaoo 3 16 '
where the public road from Kissimmee V
breakfast room. Receiving no response manufacturing a supfirfir of Ice and'solicit thelr"paroMcefor VV
_V to Btu\ Cloud, crosses the range line be- she went Into his apartmentand *.......4.4..V.,.t\OO$ tj fhe S ..te"n. Wade Hampton Wain the "; have 'plant ;
same.' At'al..p we equipped: our
ttween 29 and 30 ana wrllCbt.-robbe.-.erdlot. of
range running found him sitting in a chair with acHooL ICB-DirTBICT HO.1. guilty
thence South along said line to the hi. bead lowered on his arms which QoII. baiaiuMlutiTport.. ,.. .. -t 1*. 71 with recommendation to mercy of the .with the best machinery : money. could buy; and are hicM

right of way of the A. C. I*. R. It. were resting.on the back of a chair., WOT.- t. To tIC.oot tMtlane.U.I.&lOI...........'... StD .' court. Sentenced to be confined In pleased with the results trial ,that has been given' .it this
thence along North side of said. right front of him. *>, "Col. tuet .1I02.--, 20V the State penitentiary for two years; week; We are for .the encouragement so far
.of In direction The State, J.'C.. Bass. murder In .
way southerly ; a He lived only i few moments' after vs. '
given us and shall merit continuance .f your ROOd '
'point where said rljrbt-of way creasesthe' V (,418, the first degree-verdict not gulltv.
'section. line running along the ward.'and be summoned.His'son was dead before. a physicianooold .$7' warren'.a. per 11.1.E t.....-. 229 State ... Virgil Glllesple, breakingand will and patronage by dealing, deem wet jfrtaMflrli Msi r ,

South boundary of section S3 in town, '' Dr. Chafer was. sent for To baUuoa....?.....,...,...,.'....? M 0 entering with intent to. commit a good. Tickets on sale to-m.1T w'''|, .| 'sJMr.-Bd451 w ,Usatisfactory.
.hip 25, south of rang 30 east, and i and was soon with his grief- ......Ioken MTMOOt .Ca-M.TBtOT'liO, *; felony -continued. -"* !Free deUv oar ** wnje*'_'JeM'.wi'' Hf J.,
'Whence East: along said llq to a point Nov. 1,To bla_........HUM The State vs.. William, Minor0.a.sultwith "+ '
mother. the -ln-law and daughter '
where "said section line the .on .c.......V..I .0. to Mf.Oardner, who will. .. r pn :. tt" : .
crosses intent. to murder.
lion and Mn. J. W. Watson werenotified x00.1 To b.l. tea laat report./.... 1117 lie Guilty V .
'vublio road'. from KUslmmee" 'M .Pegliorn. -, by telegraph and arrived Il:paid warm Ua* par list...-...... 13 10 with recommendation to mercy or the : iW1 '
.. : court. Sentenced to be confined -In WUMM. H
from Kissimmee Tuesday. morning.In'time L
On motion bal.D./; .............isri rePaid ,
same was aooepteJnd for the funeral which took / : the State penitentiary for flve ,..... .
., I. N. Tlsoa, B. C. Parti and L.. and canceled warrants amountIng HON..I01. ...;,:.M
from the
'.)4. Whldden were appointed .Tlewers place Tuesday afternoon.Episcopal. on to Twentl. b.... hundred and forty.4wo Croft. Bass .Not amity. ... .. '" ... ,. .

with Instructions to-report. ,, at next During the hours of the funeral the 10-100 (WCZ.JO)I dollars were At the Circuit Court which convened : .. ...
4neetlng.' ... burned In open session,' said. warrants,, here last,week .
business bouse of the city were closedas the case . .. .
Petition of B. J. O'QuInn for a re .., mark of respect &0' Mr. Chafer, belonging to different" funds- es-foN Interest was the trial of ... C. "
04ue loG of the taxes on,lot 3, block 13. who was one of the pioneer merchantsof tows: Bass. for the.murderof Arch Ranler. .
Patrick's &d was granted. '. 0eft.8obe6I'T1I.4 (wamata' e.tved ..Ue.ed have !
son, to been I appeared beforethe Miami. UM aoatlpr. ) ...............,.....| ttl SO In committedat CHANQI5.IN . -NeW.triR. ;" : V .. {
Lard The service at the church was eon- S|.eUI Food N. I.............1......... M M Basslnger tbespringof 1901. . r f.: .
and asked for1 some com' ducted by Her. N. B. Fuller, rector school 1 4. / WOO I The trial was set for ThunclalmOI'DII.1f .. 1 ,.,,''''"''' \
;Sensation. for the services be bad rendered funeralarrangements 0... rail Jw.rraati: received and'a speclalvenlre of
and was largely attended.The U..IDMtlnK.I.) ...r................ 184' /8 fifty : "
In clearing >water hyacinths Ijuror. :
summoned. 'G'RA'V
were In charge. of Underl.ker ......... Fou4-Wo... l./.0.....,. SIM. were : $ GR'AVE.'
"from... the Rlrer. action, upon which IL M. King and when the services .' V .. A4.p......f..y- ......,... 14 M f Almost the entire day Thursday. was . ,
deferred. at the ohurc6 concluded a long consumed in' selecting a Jurywhich :':.. ". T.''"'''''''' ''' ,I .
.The Treasurer his .Grand tots...:.......jJ..tIIft W' .i.
presented finally with ,
was accomplished the fol
of followed
cortege .
report, for the month of Norember, the .body .0..roW40r.friend., 'iOIC, place .J. 8. Stratton Supervisor of school lowing gentlemen, hi flu, box: .- E. L. ie.1\IY. B I No. : : :: ;
which was examined and the following in the city cemetery. T- 10 haying moved out of ,the district D. Overstreet foreman ..J.N.. ..Calboun '
Amount shown *o >be .credited to the .W. A. Thomas. was ''appointedSupervisor ; clerk J.' F. Williams Robert '
-.. The pallbearers were: Col. R. R. ; ,.. _, ; I -.J, :
rarloiu funds:, of said school. Remington; T. f. Alderman R. D. .
John Sewell Havlug
Taylor Judge the
Capt. purchased business of ,
a..lla. ..IID4..I..v,..'.."i.r..| inn Oeo. A. .Mr. J. I. Wilson Board ordered that, In accordancewith Ltbb ,/ W. B..Harrt.,..C.. W. Orlffln, : the Ba, ,
Road FaD4........ .. ..,,.'..' s,9la.; 9970 Mr. Earl Worley Montfort, and Mr. B. B Hlnton. ., Sea 3. Chapter 4992; Laws of Ed.. Ivey',' Wall, WoLaufhlln H. L.; kinson Co. we take this of informing i the 'public of lhh|>..7.i

71".o achool..IICI rmfahare,..... .rs.d.w..,.,,..,"...\.....?..... tl27 1000 02 JI7 '.'> ' -- . Florida all schools in the:county Ovaratr.M.k- end _i !..-.._ "l fact and of soliciting .libera.l'patroD, e', that' his beta

I8cbnol 8ub-DI.. ?10. .,._...:..,c..y.. J02 7aI8cIhooIBubI Mr. Chafer was a magi of many1' fine shall close fo.-tb. Christmas holidaysnot Over twelve years have ''elapsed given our predecessor. will be a full and '
>I., ".. ln.w.. .............. 'N 110 later, than December 23rd. and ''slnoa the killing .which co
eelaool.ub-I.. )4Q. ............i.\.., Ita II traits of character admiration and had the respect open again not later than Jan. (sh. / the defendant has during been living" ID time line of foods offered at let;".live-:pricai;,, Our(
.NCYoo/6abVlI.No.4..... ., ;; !7196Tolai. and of all who knew Color I p '
.' embrace ''
:: :\ : .r All teachers attending the FloridaState rado. "In the meantime three of th. .Ha.rdw&re\. SlIppne.--7Suh:; DoOfa.t.
............,, ....r;..,.....?,.. s M ssFor him.was genial His life. kindhearted was an open and book.generousIn He Teachers', Association to beheld principal. witnesses bate died \and one PalntsOils. Putty \ Qlass .:AmmunIUont Sportlns; C,

which amount he presented cer his nature, ..nd'et. withal. be wasa at Lake City Deo: Z9t.b to Jan has left the State and his whereaboutsare of all kinds;to'.which, we FUrnitUre and,;,House'.FurnUbings -? x
tificate of let, will be allowed the time taught ,
deposit la tbe State Bank of as ; 'unknown. As a >
Kissimmee. ,, man of great strength: .. of character.He time not to exceed five I days. Provided there were very few witnesses consequence to exam within the next pleased"':to:'have'. t*Ur', ,
Th. saw the world It 'was and his that,in schools employ ;'.trade and-will endeavor to it '... 7
; reports of the'various''county aroused Ingjnore ine' Theoase.. a strongly, contested by fairdealing; ;eourteoua ;
sympathies were always .by
officers were examined and approved the misfortunes of others. He ,, embodied than. two teachers a majoritv of said one, however, and n, was Friday \.treatmentand: reasonable ; '- "*: L' : ;%. .
and ordered debited teachers shall attend In order to .. ..
ana the paid and the elements of true citizenshipand receive night about 8 'o'clock when the. '' J\\, -' ;;w. --" 1 ,
Cancelled warrant,, destroyed ''b,. Are was therefore a good citizen,V a the benefit- this regulation;, case was finally given to the Ju..,., .. ,. I.
In open boards. friend. good husband f.. Bills were approved and w..nUt..lled After being out about one houl7 tb. "AT'THE" BUILDIINIG.
good a and' -
Moved and seconded that' the chair they He loved ''his family'. and his ..follows: Jury:*" ret.uroederdlo t 'not "- .. . .. ,,,, '..- ,. . ->,> ,, .j. r L.' __ ,,- ...--1
,, appoint a committee to report on thendRion A A Slmnwa Uaehtr x0.1 (J-wonthrt.s); 1W 00 guilty." ,
home and' to him 'it' was ever ,the Xdirar Oliver ",- ... WOODCKYowvU 4'3.' ,
: '
> of the -various onsv Attorneys W. J. Bryan .. K. '
county earth.. f*. ?. :
brigbest happiest MOO
/ spot on .
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wbloh'commtuee is to report to Mr. Chafer was born in England Mlu Boras 10bDMD" ," .,8000MluMflBrrao Taylor conducted' ther defense, while .r" "' ,. I .vr .. "w 1JJ .I. <.r -
the. board as soon as possible. "< ."; .. .WOOMUa State Attorney J. D.Begga conductedthe . .
n but has resided In Florida .
J.: A..Anderson; A -Co.. presented. years agd, ' < F rartuworth '"I .,. ,'" 00 prosecution Both. displayed rl ': .oJ.U ,....
for ', -
i,:'tbelr report for convict hire showing many years.' In Mlu IU..Emma Virginia! Yowell Parker."- X";; ,1. 00 110 M 00 great skill lathe conduct of the case ,"
For a long while he engaged
F. Amount due ....30. which amount was business in was. and. afterward Aur.adOay oQuha laultonxo.1.n 18 00 I and the spectator. was ;'made to lee '. ARMOUR & CDS: jl SPECrA"L.,; :
k ordered palti-lnto the fine and, forfeiture Jaoksonvlll Mn i H SMlTe.IfcTiol Mo. I O' da/D.. 41 ItO that he was witnessing a" battle royal : ;:
In Cedar. Keyand. Kissimmee, M Hnbbatd School No 4..c.n...... 45 00 '
fund. He came. to Miami 1800 since which Ml.Flnle OT.ntra.t aohool Ho S..,....;, 16 00 between,veritable 'legal, giants.Recital .'' '' .. : A. 0' : n
: Moved and seconded.that,,the Qaix.rltjr ( W "B.IIoII.hllOl No 7 ..............., ,45 00 '.t' .J
road time he has been manafrer of the large MIr Carri TUoBMbooi. .... ...,, .80> 00 V ?
be. declared Up
fldth established at 30 and ,.the hardware business of his son-ia-law, W H Coanar KJhool, No 10..T.?.u.u?:....,; 40 00 : try Class in Etocntld" ., . 1 I.SOa( LBS. BONE .i=L son -LBS; 'H...,:G. PQTASH I.,;'
The.contract between the county r sod Ion. J. W; ,.Watson ex-Speaker. of theFlorida Mia Albloa Smith Mbool. No. 11....,.....,,; M 00MlM 00 On Wednesdayevening .Deo.. 23rdt -* / .. ,/ :*.rlo.-*/ p
etlokiend.ehod M
0 A No ,
11..y.i Miss
House : Dupree's class In El "
r. A.. Anderson of Representatives. He Tlaoo deys..V .' 00MlH : Mixed 'a ad-Sr III(; Pound "
was1 Cords
fc Co; next salary 4 ,190. ,,,Sacks,. s sr
leaves and give a recital at the Auditorium 'Thefollowing vo1
a wife two' children Mrs.iVatson . : ; '
fgnod In board ; ti ltl* Barber Khool No lit mo.,00 :OP: ' i',.* *'- ** l 1.
up open further of Kissimmee and Dr. R. E. Mm LA Yoancaobool.Noao.............. 1I* program will be rendered:' .. ' ajmmmmmmmBBBBS.*.<: < .
There being no business the ., .'.... ?
J P H .wthoro. a hool No 1ft. ..... .- -MOO l .
board adjourned: ,., Chafer of 'this allyThe ,sincerestsypsthyot M W. Mary L N.........boo1 Mo 28.......1 40 OO The ChrlitmaJ Old Old at' Elora BraUon Now, l is the tlmato' { .;U4' for''J I 'J :
L. WALTER BASS SR- 'Cbm'lAtttest -.- the entire community'' II W RaadMhonl 118 ...u............. M 00 The .. .'.Child.iMfrtU MaAltxter Gale ourJ'Orange Peach trees :,
with &the grief-strloken family. ;: Trulya MlM Bath Little aehool No 42 .n..'.'t.....' SO 00 Two ChrUtina next.'year's ; : .'This, I the bel :
: JNO. !of. x.U.-Clerk. W B Hit.Ion glary ftapt..,..,.......... 00 OOH I. Eve.OaaoM. .:..K...olp Aodvreon crop. If very, ;f'QU.can. give r., '..
Tly, S, H. Butu cic. D.-o. good'manhas, passed awaywMlaml C Stanford. 6B P t.t...............h.y. 9 OO Tbe Alloe'a Trap.e.eeall...". *v",..rl...,....4..*Maud Anal.CarOC ThomaaoaComlri them,.;being., over,, : ; \"< .,,V
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neiiajra-e " y .p > ... UEWlmmrv.lleyO.xenepruUos eo I ... .......
WHIM end HI. 3lrt./ ; ; OllTet :: ;
E Immediately relieves hoarse oroupy A. Frightened Horse_ ;..... '4 1AOraTtia A ChrUtmaj Ere!: .Be4pmptton. ',. ..,.,. no P' "C' 'Pl .t.lDA' .. '_"H_
A OraTM palota,inupllaa.!41:.< '** esChic ,', .., ... .. # er. ; :
Uih. -opprelled. ;r..t.tlIDICL. rasping Runnlbff like'lnad'down' the street b ... .. < S It I '. .,* ..'....; .. iteboiea Rnrokbardt : :
Campbell'No 28 .1 ... .
d dlflloult braatblog.. Henry C. dumping; the occupants. or .a hundred W W Chudln haullos and work No' :0..' M Do n.&'.lA'ter..I.Rhrletma: *'...r.ij./ .,:.:.\lrf\a\.rI.\UoddlealOD MaklnaontlowOn l . 113 ' 3a. ....>1( ,F' JI. 'j
earnsDruggist, ShulTsburg '' .- other accidents are every day Archie t4tt b bhaaUn paplliNoM.t.i.i,_ 1000 I; Man I '' > ; 'P ,0. B:'C.xI8 .
wrltet,May. 60. 1V01( : ''i; haven occurrences. J M Walker hauling popUi No t e ....... 25 OO The Anel and the 8h.pb..II..aCta I ; : ,,. ,: erin : ll. ...P, '
; It behooves, :everybody to / H Tamblln haall5 ijUa. *o It,.,.., 7 BO Waao :
'.. : tgl'We
selling Ballard. ." Horehound bare.a ... .. Pact"-rb. Holy CUy i'1) : '1 FIVB'.TOO" BATS. $ er'I'gn 1"Q.
reliable Salve handy and H H Fertlo toaolw7poplT. No .<, -... t1 M Recitation....,. .,;"uVSiliir ,'J" U '
"liP' for two yearsand have never' there's 'none, .. food as Buoklen's W Vbomaa b (illD( puulli. )10 the>>1.CaxtoaCo. ....... .U s8HOeuniordCbdrmeu T"'.Cbrt.lmal Stii..Mery IvouUeMaklDeonlmntpmlm /- : fur tlah"full, price r':'for+ Armour's:. ..,,'&n I. ,
d for .
a. preparation that has given bet- Arnica Salve. Burns Cuts Sores, fnraUar for Nr. \3.:..,J.....,....." M 110 ',Can o( .Hiimooa New: Itecpou. .- la'tb.; Chemicals;on.:request".. : .your patroqM ;a.n4'i ;
satisfaction. notice that when I Eocema and. Files, disappear quickly / B Gilbert 8r Com of Tress i......j.. .,. 90 M a>j.l. j V
1 ..bottle they come for more.. I Under Its eootbug effect, 2flc. at J B Gilbert Com Iprelal fond No ...*, tt I i (t.V.y ,antee.youtflspest; ; for least"'fulonayj! ,. .. ::
EOUbert-rComipiolalfand Nod.. 1A : ., \
honestly reoomend It. too, 60o, Osceola p-.on's'solos l were a':hare. .
KLOQitall.- durggUu.rr r ., i Pharmacy.; MIr W 0 Tanner Alma D.r wood lecher for Mlmol oboolNoM.r.S No !..,1.! ;, ,,760 OO tree f.;, :.Ab.-b,... tl4yrked.lrslmt.aod at.bllrbl' I' : t; .;. W" ANDU7.n1t; '',&:,CO.,,,;Y:
lit I The Christmas boa for the Orlando A 1 Blmmoni luullDf upUa "0. 10..-.. ,10 e- cult1'iM.ed.' .'4 ; o "'p ,p ..\h 7r "'.!i' '

Quartette. ', Auditorium 86th.Li boapltalWi11., '..,be" ....shipped k. to-morrow.', Chairman building'of Stanford the annex.'reportdtbatthe ..toy> the: Os .(Deo.'fleeth.Me. rgtdllpl.% .; tihe;:Auortmlrj, . .. ... "- : .'A ,..,.' ,: "Agente... '.' : .

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s Ski.. 1'.1... X.HDtt 4Jate.. t

-EEtfSST'&AIIBE --:- ., If you have Pimple or OAenslvie,Erujx! >>o'.

;;.. "$lon!, Splotches Copper-Colored Krup."liaafc .,
EA II&.,Of ; i1KAU.; LII.WO 1f or ruh an,the"akin.Teetering Swellfaga&OlaiMli -;

It II- p tfU4' jro "I Swollen Ulcereron any'',part j

M ;4' .13. !:6r: til* boly, old Sorea, Boils,, C: rl>uncJe..,

w F'lIIu _.jromritilU: elimki. ) r. HJ'.i !"h. .d gnu final! ,Pains aDd Aches: in Bones or, JoinU.I Hair,, (

Eebrofallin, out, I..r.iliteo&i Sore )1]
D"J'S-H'. Ie Yfll H*' ClrlDII! Hiclaim--H' } I.'l| /IlIiti.ti' or Mouth. GU I" or Throat/ tUeu.yoa have J

'.r.; Mini I j [flu tti 'DIIJCM .d f iitl., if lilt n tie flail_ Blood Po....,. -Tlke.Bot&ala', Blood*&"..
I" ....' "\ (B.B.B.fiee, Sorye, Pis Ue end-Erup.tit'i'iUoa.

ayJ.-1I. IeMER.Y.014. : will heal l perfectly. Aches' and 'l'tina"'

rl i f f ari aqr ""- .,: B wrere waiting at tbe'depot n''t.'Ome-' ,from some peculiarity,\ o. '...... 1 Swellings= subeide and a 'perfect,v|
r ( B.B.B. 'A
... i1 _.__ Jt In Hillings, Mont.- for the act. Proximity to the Indian reservation never 'to return Ollte made. cures N

s:. o AIO incoming train. Oulkid may account'for the Tact.,., Be Cancers of all kinds, Suppurating !gwell---Jl

.. 'Jt'" _."' /* <'CIQ'' the platform, stood avtrobg. .: ,thaf; M it may, "Calamity: iJanp" is lags, Eating Sores, Ugly Ulcers' after all -1
.. ..' '>rOW" else 'aliauDi, the idreB 'Ver/ectljr. u ."
muscular Vromau, thf Ipauie accorded$ Ills*. Canary la, the .
; .Elie 'sIC Ina txAulut. .. dt''awed 'men's clothes. On the ba'ckf record of> tbe Montana Historical Fo- you have .peniitent pimple, wart, swollen"

>' KIDHET CmI'f.4IJIDlaJ lira.. GCOROK WALIUCH, JrT- of her head wan tilted a cow punch r'. clety and Annals ot:tta. Yellowstone ,laDWI, shooting, stMth '''pales, t.ik. hllood; 'j

} beta. Bright'( Disease(laflam FIRST KlbNEY 'FILL MADE.: of Elmira. N. Y., wife of hat-i: "p.riJIDe her''"weather-beHlen "Lay1"'me," she paid In dying, "beside. Balm and they will' disappear before'theydevelop ,
1 .Baton| f the. George Wallace, broker, of Druggists, $i +,
KJdniys, DropeyswVIUug ice'Indicated into Cancer perlarge
: determination.rblleliu Wild Bill. Ihik.k In toraU:
Mount ) i
I THE ; West Water Street, and IIrin ; i
of the limb ) directions.
W ,
{ body
vinclblo bottle, including complete
f *- inrBssint-paloaJa Uae.1MIcIr. .. at GOT Baldwin ,Street, says:. spirit gleamed from her bright Cemetery, at Deadwood. _In death 1 ,
..UE..ONLY-CENtiiNE.. : "La eyes iTbat said 1 > lor dome eu... Sample'' free by Writing(
= MM. Mardi 1887. I wa cured woman my friend. she longed for the companion of her
: ., I
tr BLAnoEB i'TMOUSLK -la . Of kidney and bladder" trouble the mono remarkable and beat known 'yotlthwboae'murder'She avenged In .BLOOD BALK Co., b5 Balm Bldg, Atlanta.Oa. .
(;' *. flammatloa of the bladder. Inflanisd 4jy Doao a'' Kidney Pills. My character i JB! tbe West "Presidentof 1870. At that time :she Vas going Describe trouble. and. 'roe'Dle41ea1'

? paaanpala la passlaff WM.H.NCIOIEBORI. the weft.' TL B. MoOAJtvcn of 2(11' physician life could'said at be that time that '"what clubT" I InDocentl( ..ked.' from Deadwood to White Birch- Sir I advice, eent tar sealed letter.Germany .

vrioe,InoooUnenoe of urine,,too ', rny saved 0011'by. "The Indian war club If any; -was the besides herself tbo driver'
--. } too known Jeweler of Weal Mala Cherry Street, Portland, Ore. an operation. Nlffht'afl<>r men and baa but 9117 miles o'C'..Iaatri.ear .
,? muc tjauo or Aoro,little TaovaL.-urine. Street. Wytheville, Va.. says : ron, inspector' freight"cars night I had been kept. awake laughing retort; "but.'seriously, she Js cupied the stage. Running into an lines '

: ;.; Rh.umatlsm Gravel Seme four yoa..p.D attackof for the Transcontloeaul Company for: hour -at a time with terrible 'really 'worth 'while: I. knew her In Indian ambuscade, Jack .)lcC ul. the
.. Gall Stones. Lumbago. Gout grip settled \la my back and says: "I used Doan's pain In my back and the the old days; on the Muscle Shell and ; driver was disabled by an arrow. Not" Land Buyer ExcursionsWill .
I have suffered off and on ever Kidney Mils for backache and sccreUoui from the ails going'to introduce 'Hello.' dared land bf.Qreer
4 KMVB TmouBixs.-NeuralgU kidneys you. one of the badly "rattled" men run to the new
since with dull. heavy,aching ether symptoms ;of kidney were In a* bad a state as Calamity! You can't keep from
Nervous pos
BciaUos Collapse, the- smalt' away assume the reins. With a taunting! County. Oklahoma, and other sections
across back trouble which
r: BlMpleasness.' JlelancholU.: always .more, severe my In the for months.-bad think annoyed a cold me sible. I suffered with hemorrhages Billings; can you? Here's a tander- laugh; and- defiant crack of tbe whip of the great Southwest 'In November.

1: day other disorders .are mornlogv: It was difficult for was responsible for the wbolo a frequently stale Four' and boxes waslnweak ,of foot'' tbat wants stuffing.- Let's see the fearless. woman mounted the drlv and December, via the Frisco Syatem.

caused dbrectly or Indirectly me to stoop or straighten and troublo. It seemed to settle In Doao's Kidney Pills cured mo, you're.Mrs.John Burk. this time?",' er'S, seat and-dror. the. plunging; four- Are you looking for rich and,terUJ

't 'bT:;:1 can faulty be reached kidney and action cured and by If I lilt down" for any length of my.kITeys.Doa.1Kjdney and I now" gladly reflndorse the "Calamity Jane'. good enough'"for" nie-J home tenraou. time, to>> .White Birch. farming lands In the Southwest,.wklch "
f Doan's time It was hard\ for m. to Pills rooted It out It Is several remedy, because during' the ,was the revpoQii>,i i A ..llttlw"later Jack' McCnul murderedher .
? remedy has Kidney cured nils. This arise. I took two bozo ofDews months since I used thsm. and time which hna stnrj elapsed Down the narrowing track the train friend T WHd Bill Hlkok. ft/fold you can buy for from one-fourth to one- :
every corn Kidney Pills and the to date there has- tenth the cost of lands, of the tilt
up been no nearly seven I have could be ''
T plaint recorded above,aod over years, never seen skirting the mountains.ctosslpg blood. With 'tearless eyes and_ closeset :
E 40,000 testimonial. prove. Its duly*nA. dlssgreeable aching left recurrence of the trouble. had the slightest "f a, the Jfellowstonr.\ ; and tr.ep- lips. Calamity headed n lynching and North They produce aa .much'

r M,, r urarishie; merit. return of the trouble. Ing thjWfffa'the.mabaked; nlkalj flats. party (lnd. according to Colonel Cody< acre for acre. Here 1 la a chance to better

M otoxtf perlwx.! r of afl deal. "Born'in Missouri!! Yes; but I've leaving her gun at home "held up" your condition'' and add a liberal ,

idr.,; ot'' milleiron receipt of DOAN'S KIDNEY I learned a. whole lot more. tramping.Iithetither McCaul .with' a., butcher'.cleaver. and amount to your pocket book.
r pfloMllb Foster- PILLS.
by addresslne
.,f : 'Oa, Buffalo N. Y. State 'No.'I didn't know helped to swing him from the near- I For full particular and special railroad },

A _____m -Jeue-Jatnes or the Younger, boys, or es!IC cottonwomj? .' 'ee, rate apply at once to R. S. Lemon ,

any bther Jallbljrds; wad'oult test heave A WESTERN BIRTHDAY rAHTf'; Secretary Frisco System," ImmlgraTtton '

old when we left" Nearer and nearer A less erewMome anecdote of'lhebu.morous { Bureau St. Louis, Mo.
t came the tfaln. "Not 'another mo- . I
w 'WINCHBS1ERfactory daring of the woman, at amore
...+. -ineUtf hearty>,handshake a.iledmy, .frleadr and: with a recent date Is given by an eyewitness Among the fiction In the Christmas "'|
off. Forseveral
wo '
,'I, of the scene described.! To use Century will be a story "The Valet-
J ,' ..... "ara my hasty notes. lay un-
FrancisEgan. ,,
his own words: "Two years ago Calamity of the PastorbyMaurice ,
.touch in my desk. I bad ..almost F
Jane was on her way from professor of English language 'i
forgotten. Calamity Jane, when I daw
..,e Loaded .Smokeless Powder Shells. the Her death August 0 Jamestown N. D. toTLlvlnffston, Mont. and literature at the Catholic Univer i
n9tlceof: \ on
.\\i\: If* not sentiment_It's notthv pries-tbt'makes tbe and knew that one of the most unique Her birthday called for.a proper cele-' ally "Washington. Dr..Egao.J author .t

,;&. most intelligent" successful shots shoot Winchester characters tbat; ever played a part la uratlon. This:l was In the cow town of of many sketches, a translator;, ?f con

Factory: Loaded Shotgun Sheila. I". the results they Western history had "passed." Oaks N. D.; she drank much and In' Iderable. note and one of the editor, "

give. It's their entire reliability,eraanes*of pattern and AN'D one saloon the boys begun to chaff ot the .World's Best Literature. fAlnalea's
uniform shooting. Winchester "a..4 er" sheila.load BIRTH EARLY' CHILDHOOD. ber. With a grim"mll*> she invited :

ed with amokelees powder are the beet loaded shell on j Of h"rarll<< childhood little is every one up to the bar. Suddenly two
p O ar. money winning, book: U the market. Winchester "Repeater" .hell.I0a4e4..tb known nothing intact the for December bravely "
S r who know tell ; revolvers appeared, for she could drawas 'l
written by mop ,
r, you all about 11 smokeless powder. cheap In price" not In uality. statements made by Colonel Cody, that quick as any man that ever lived. keep up tbe magastne'a well-earned
I Try either of these brand and you will be well p lased. she was born Im Princeton Mo.. In "Dance, you -tenderfeet. dance! she reputation for fine poetry Some of the 1'
Loaded"shell .
Be Winchester
II lure to *
t Potash get Factory 1832.: Icom; whence she migrated ten commanded, firing a few shots Into contributor are Ella Wheeler Wilcox y

Jr. ,, I Tilt: ftllCLLftTnC> CttAMtMONft StlOOT.Erop years later, after the death of ber the air by way of emphasis; and they John Wallace Cheney, Joseph C. .Llm- Ii

f They are needed by" every .... mother to Virginia. City, where by an did dunce-and they did<< Bother things! cola Holman F. Day, William 'Hamil!

?who owns" a field and the a plow and Indian uprising she was separated too. at her word for they knew she ton Hayae and Rosalie Arthur. i'
who desire. to get most out ror William will erect a monument Some Publleatlbn Statistic from ber family and thrown upon her trifled ''--1t
."hem.. 10 tb* memory. of Krupp the gucmaker. was a woman not to bs with. :
} t 'J1oq-i. Sand lawei ord.d Of the 18426 American publications own resource*. and if they hadn't known 'the; way ffSnermao.ntlreuadNoatsornervous. ,;... '

d, atUA)1 Iran w.1I&.I STUART'S 2.220 are.dallies, with a circulation of A strange school was Virginia City abe closed that saloon would have D.M after ant day's ...of Dr: Kllne'i Greet '
E, ... FREE 1S.102.U6; e3 are tri-weekly with a at that date In which to teach a moth, been powerfully convincing." A little Nerve Ree torar.aitrtal bottle pad trenUiefree ..

,1 W.'I' >.._...,K an" BUCHU clrcllaUoQ'af 228,610; 637 are 'semi-' erleas girl the lessons of life. Not later, during the Fan-American Exposition Pr.R.H.X". .*.Ltd.." Arch St..Phil"" ,Po., \5' \

-Te'all frlixta; ."ef'tee.. weeklyr.wltlm-elrculatlon of 2.832.888; half so red was the ruby rlm-jcsck!: that she was Induced -by Interested The number of reoruiti'd for theFrench ;1,1

...n>ffer wltk Klbn.f I4v r, Heart, Bladder 12,979 Issued with walled tbe mining town or the crimson friends to go to Buffalo. To this Army ii only Ipfl.OOO for 'IM"
are weekly a
.. ..... for 1803.
Blood Pt. a cample bottle fIf *marf ifainil S33.000
.. sands of the mountain streams, as the wild Western who badneverknown 'il'::
01. and
Bnebu she|trt t .Ib. Klda r and circulation of 19.852,052; there are woman
1 LlTet"III ...sans abM>letel. free of bloody tragedies, enacted before the a home: who hated civilization I Dish W_..... I. .1.-., !
.... 1.817 monthly publication, whose circulation
Avery & I eoet.Mention< !'alM'r. Ad" .. ITUAKT
.Com'pan'aUCCIS80U of the child. To this day Virginia dread dish WMh- '
: eyes who had moved at Baekeeperrbatarally
, ; l&uoY'roCO..a ".ll St..AUaate... 1* S9.519.897. The quarterly and always ou ,,
but In winter owlncto the fan that It
City is associated with. lynching sound of the distant locomotive fh* .r
+' TO publication are mostly devoted to.peel.1 shape the hands and readers them hard and
$ committees and Indian
bees vigilance w.1nbrar'ble.. She .
confinement .
rovKh.: ,Much of the Injury, however relaUs
subject and number 237.
AVERY: & MCMILLAN.Jt'lM only scores. Almost every old building of I balled the coming: of Buffalo Bill with gram 0.. n..ef fmpar.eoap. If Ivory \
t South F_' .b St., Atlanta Oa.iiLL but their circulation I* very respectable Its Ions narrow street\ baa IU history. pathetic Joy. To him shn.applied for Soap Is used In wa..htnR dlabe and the

;w : XIICIM 0rMACHINERY-i '," aa they Issue 11417.422 per Issue. With suchInfluence's to shape ber 1 fundslo return to her old stamping,* bands are rfally ..aavd and dried they

e Semi-monthly semi-annual and yearly life It is not strange that "Martha; groans Jin. Montana. For tbo rake of w.Jl.ot oIL p.-Bit.oa n. Ft aria ;:

publication number 268, and have a Canary," for that. according to Colon the days when this wee ther-beaten, The total number of students at the German I

jj"! SHOT QUNSHELLS circulation ot 6,541,329. Out of 18.228 Cody was her real name; should develop dissipated woman was .a handsome waa 45.773.universities: during. the last summer ,

publications, '17.194 were ,,printed In unusual characteristics. Hough. young girl Colonel Cody.helped his for> '

English.From tbe Scientific Ameri lawless, but kind hearted men were mer scouting companion home. For a WnWlstow.SeotklatRraptorahlldna.
ra UvtblDir,iIot\ tbejtum..reduce*laOamnaUon.aJiayi
are found on every American. cas' Special Number on "Modern her boon companions. From them abe time she haunted various mining peln.auree wind oollo.2e: a bottle i'

farm where there 'I. a live Aids to Printing. learned to rldJlk'e.a cootaur and camps, and at last: drifted! Into the 1'1.
India five universities with 193aflUiated 4
noae Me
< handle her with either band with
boy. New Club loaded with gun Butte poorboullePt'om'' thence she colleen and 23,21 student 1
black powder Nitro Club equal ease and skill. Her more than wandered'to'' Dakota where'she died.

and Arrow loaded with any . "CHANGE FOR THE WORSE. local reputation as a- crack shot and eight miles from Deadwood, leaving. Old S-tfaa. Back* ..f Chain;< .,-e.. cae be t,

r' smokeless powder. They are Reapeck-tie ws well off_ a year daring rider together with her unflinching husband In Denver, much ;younger than dyed with PPTMA.M fAP&t.&ss Orea.

r Duck. Killers." a&O nerve, attracted: the atfen whose 1
herself and married daughter
A well equipped sanatorium will
11* t c.uJop.frog Batchler-How well off I la be reputed Lion of General Crook, who made her a name sbe refused, to give... be traveling tbroogh eye Egypt \in a tent.riaij'i soon ;1.

.,.The Union.Metallic Cartridge Cw- 'to' have beenthenT: scout under Colonel.Cody, before she Such.JnJbrlef waa the life of, this 1

_. ., eRWoEPORT. cola'' ... Henpeck-Oh, ha dldnt know how was out ot her teens. It has also bcrnr singular woman,!vouched for by those Core cannot b. too highlyeoke. of '
as a sough oare.-.J. W. O'Bsiair, S2] Third
"(Reliable F'rTck EnBl .Bolls *, all .. fUDredwq J ..... well off he was! I mean be's. marriednow. claimed that she was at one time a ,who knew her welL Aveooe. N., Minneapolis, Mian., Jan...!toO.
q g !BIEAf+tlrI ttt'tdtisfal6ri{ r ,., ." { .-Philadelphia Press.- soldier In the army where she bid When the elastic line that boundedthe ;
More than ,000,000 of tbe 13,500,000 .
\H aMaMBBWMMHB BaBBB>BIBBBaBaiaB> her sex for several years. If so, the new West was merged Into the pie of Mexico do not work.

.- TJNSATISFACTORT. fact Is not mentioned by."Buffalo,Bill. Pacific' cable 1t was"ll' rie: for her! tog 1'
\ she adopted men'a n. B. Oa...*. Bom. of AJIanta, Oa..are
although early gar
-.: ITe-WeJl. I' won the bet\ And you ments and always rode astride. Ai ;',. Until the: too ,shall'basa, she, will tbe only luooeeerol Dropsy Hpeelallati la the ,
be remembered by old timers for
owe me a kiss. I world. 8ee: their liberal offer la adnr H,1'
,SheVery well. Ton go over on though warm hearted and generousto big heart and matchless courage; while I moat In another eolunm'of this pa .r. '....:
a fault, she became a dangerous reader of Bret Harte's "The,Luck
.r t the other side of the beat and 111 all Alaska baa only five Miles of standard. ;
..j enemwben; arous d; deallnrout unaparlnr -
of Roaring Camp" wljf! recognize lnl railroad. '
throw pap J.
. It to yon. ;;
behalf of friend.
In' a
.t1 IIrROJm-SlI'AUlL b} .. justice "Cherokee Sal" "Calamity Jane the i
W fi w
; _
No member of the vigilance committee
*Large. EnoliMS;' I and Boiler* I"Woman Scout. Keet Brle.. !. tfce Werld.The .' ;
suppliedpremptly. Inflexible. 'Yet In
Shingle Mills dote Mlll7 E.i.r5SS3wSvSS was more active or longest bridge la the world. the >
9 AjKsjLStLr.SSll-JH! fiver stricken camps she became sweet The Draft Habit. Lion
Bridge near Sangang. In Ch'lua.It .
Oreula ws.Saw "
Dogs, Cough and womanly; nursing the sick caring Men of talent and brilliance whoso. extends *
rtamoetdalteate : five and a quarter mile ever ,.
M ,
r m Oevernora. Full Una-Engine eIllll \ "" for.ill* dying.
'mental product have pleased and as* an arm of the Yellow Sea. and is -
eUn. andenrettveqaalltteeofthJUerUoleerewoaae .sup.
J ..P ".... Send for.fre Catalogue The palB'allarlnc ,
f. i SCOUTING AND MINING. toniahedthe world, and women around : ported by 800 bug stone arches. Tbe "

rot.It will atop tb.toothache at We once,andrelieve From British Columbia to Mexico.ho' whose fascination_ ,champ has' revolved .roadway la seventy feet 'above the "f'
beadaolie and aolattoa. reoomJBMadltae "My wife had seatadcough
:; deep- '
the beet and eafeet ........, tracked: as scout or followed 'min many a distinguished social! cr< water and 1* enclosed lo an Iron net
:SAW'MILLSra=lllit oouat.Mrrtantkaown.alao...11........' for bottle three or year,"er'*.. {Cherry purchased Ps : two lag,booms, handling pick and spade cle, have fallen alike victims'' to this1

audall'rbeumatle.nearalgteandoatyoom.! large size, and It cured ber corn withthe skill ,and strength of a man Insidious and degrading habit. The work.'I'

r wtq..._...I..w'rk..4.'s leg H.. rorlCaodlt it trial will wilt Wlonnd proswbatw.olalm to toe Invaluable pletelf., and spending tile proceeds of her venture false I Wen that bettor and more original : I

; o y .yk-kjag VUS.bIe r_ Work. ar..Mz- In the J.;H. Burce Macon, Col. with lavish hand. work can be done by means of such an .
0.11.1 for' A mm&cv;e.i.n4oirr.trBABir bertofallof roorpreparatloBa,1' Price' ..meroo..W surely! destroy the aenae of
l IT'I'A". ...>....P... .o... Write for fall eta.stall drocclite or other.........,or byeeBialasthliaBoiiBttoaiilBpoatMeetaar I Feom Dakota to California she wasknown unnatural stimulus has been the ruin smell and eampletely derange the whole aye i ......1..... Maaafaetared by tbe for her eccentricities and daring of many noble characters. Whether It tem when entering It through the rauooos

rr1 j( .alllaON W0arJW.._...... .0.a w.wilf*>4)&<1 yott.tub=*Djr.imblU.o.H. .No BUMth I Probably you know of and welcomed as a'brave comrade be cocaine morpuia., annpynne, pbt'DI|I 1 IUrt_. Boon artlolaeihould never be oaed ,'; I..
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B i..cKi. r abe ...otherwr|.jltl..ot cough medicines that relieve and Jolly good fellow at every acetln-thfe shameful list grows almost eioept,oa as prescriptions the damage they from will reputable do Is tea pliysloteas fold- 4
' II!, ; ateSelUtOuon a TosLCCrrv campflre. By the Indians she was re- dally-tbe fact remain that the high to the good ;'
' | you can possibly derive from
V1.IOJlU'Vh'! t ...1' ;;Ala.. etas( Naw little 'off
: coughs, garded as one leading a charmed life. est mental and moral principles of the 'I them. Hall's Catarrh Cars _utae'......

tr .J.'I', .. .. . . . . I coughs, except deep ones I How her name was changed from drug ,habitue are slowly undermined : by Domerou.V. J. Cheney.,., and A Is Co.taken, Toledo.\ O., eoatalae ''

j '40t70OOO.PEACR)1tttS; The medicine that has Martha Canary to>> Calamity Jane Is and dragged down to tbe dust. The: I directly upon the blood and Internally maeoussnrtaee acting*

THEtT : I told by Colonel Cody In a thrilling responsibilities of the medical praetl thesystem.- la baying Hall's Catejrh Cure 'o, .
"Tv itz3sgEwioLtiALL NULSCK1CS.
T y Jun f"B, a d-r*a.SP.Ci't.Y\ coughs for sixty .1872, and the Goose Creek camp. In are therefore very oi iI4erable. +. Ob.II07'-eo..-and made TeetlmoBlala In Toledo free.Ohio, by F., "
t*> ae..wlrav.W bet cell 4me* Ie pleat... It I South Dakota, was poorly m.nDed-a while those of the dispensing chemist Sold
JrlEfAG.DAILY. \ Wb.s..1 ..., ab. a.. rr.r. : byDracgUti; pria,46opet bottle :i'
., .Ira.,. C:::. ... .r7. Js Ayer's Cherry Colonel Ball's PtlU beeL
.... ar.W.a6. years small body: of troops, under are;hardly; London.Medical. Press Faally are the 'r.
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VMT 1OW OMX. wAl'JU.T.ftt J.O //ALe TKNN: .TkmitMt 2k. .....II. A01rsggt.... It la a significant fact that with the 't
_Pd' ',.iol ..t ", ...,. ut.laIJl reinforcements, they fought' wltb the housewives oljeast several phenomenal Increase hi the price ofcofflo ,
: rn'a' ;;, ___inlt yevr Smu. If:, nrl lake It.h desperation of deipalr selling their thousand, them-are solving the ; has 'come a marked decreaseof ,
8, ..r .. *. a* be iw If Sells roe lives al dearly aa possible. Inch by vexed servant question: by ''eagaglaa'I
&-to l'J' i ] .. take '". tt,.. dart lake ,'. Be ...... / mortality; among local Chinese. The
;Dropsyi &.Iy.IS wlta h.... W.a..willi.... inch the painted demon drove them men to do the work hitherto allotted! 4-I'
Lw.n.BTaea, natives* Just simply ,cannot afford to dieat
J.O'ATza CO. 'fn
from '
O1egou"r' :, back, circling every direction to: women. It Is estimated that In' the
present undertaking rates, andthat's
) Stoe on their tough wiry ponies, until the London alono there are upward of 3000 '.:
e all
MontanaiBtenBedlaie there' 1* to it.rShanghaiTimes. .
tI.-- a pcrmaaeat cure doomed party was entirely surrounded men employed as cooks, "..arlorml1ld.." .

:: Aa.g BeiBBV Ask yemr'.Uekei at-fr...days.-'-"' "Trialtmtiaeat..-.bc'falrer CAPUD1NE -A well aimed shot struck Colonel "chambermaids." nnd "..aids of all ..- : 'J
.. YIt. Writ. Dr.H.H.Areen's tees Egan and be felj._badly .wounded; at work. 'The men employed come from What'. It ", '
seelallita.. *e. B.A.......OS* CURESra--m. For Anyway
the sane moment a woman dashed tie from '
\ continent
A' particularly Swlt:*<
EtD..e.. ; ,. . -rK8TABLIHSD Ij... "The crank. .'object to kissingmake
br.r.Il.v.GRE '
: through the skirmishers, dismounted erland. "Germany. France and Italy.
: 1e = ,; me weary remarked tb.'JayI.i
'A.'R. ;
H : OtadT.Lg w3aIwIsauGAaa.l'lt 1 COLDS AND GRIPPE! ;.1 -
lifted Colonel Egan by maiD strength, It 1* about a year emcee till inave- '
..,u,A_..; LOUISVILH.: : ISO.) lia mmt !TMnI_.te atee?, B bit onto her bone''and mounting behind ment started vllle philosopher "One would think to ,
wa by'on
,1 J.;,!;{ ..;, ., . r r ctis.'r J :E=>> :E:: CJ.A.; JXr S: ....... toe, *.. sad oei ___ ( tsoeegooa .) wo gone before tbe astonished savage bureau. It enterprisingemployment bad on Its hear him talk ,that a girl's mouth was" 5i

I OFfER 40ral, O rowan. of and d.en I. lam .0"and sufficiently recover to boot her books several hundred restaurant wait. merely holo In her face' f or-pie.:. -
.70 PER';. B01It.wh PAPIE..HELL J PECAN. of Uses MI ) down. Not fated C.kqo New.
d'' brated varteUMi Vo.."...../- atOAkv, VK party: ere la need of Jobs, and toe Job were
.. wly.JBBMO.rde.(real, acv> Battl' DeMBiber DaHAM and CArrTAuBadded: .. JlTaf&14 or leed-, Dr. mcmIuVL'R lived to tell tbe tae) of this gallant not to be had. At the cane time tiers erg is
., 1. ;'" trees for..... .. MenttoB tble Sir Th that he atlll
? "1 lt .Urr ... MI* vewde Pr. od, Oat-rub bag paper. ."., deed. "After his recovery. said Buffalo wa an unprecedented servant girl ay. confldent -
-*'- Oorreepondenee the, .Ile//1.d.pried.for:Bear' STU4RT-80BSON, KCAN co., Kirfcwoed GoClv.itho'nam. sill "Colonel Egan laughingly famine. With considerable! enterprisetbe of lifting the cup.. Evidently he

pay ,katu spoke of Martha as 'Calamity Jane: has become a sort of William Jenalnc'
'1 VKieeonB paUlnaw .Bidea.AK "' reap agency prevailed cpon: sotto women
.' *m. m...& "m1 X '---r": 1 of thl I. paper when atuilh" oceaa.'BalUmon: ,
"' Ottrtt 6y nanev aqd the nine In cowboy land to tryi too ocn. The erpcrtacni:: : Bryan of toe Herald :
:B. (HAKIN50N ColmtfiA Fat wltlnl'to advrtlre-(At48-03) ,} 'I fig tAe sasses I the habit of ..l
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N SERMON TOR 'SON AY ion of God and as Yialon .t splritakl- -1 know a'woman .h-refined; senWttv* j &&&&**...*...*... .* .

ities. jj spirit who baa been,for more than a third .
;I. .vvV..I' / X".ELOQUENT *-" <. List'in* now.aotio* in the .soled pta? orTa,oentury crncifiod-to a ... I fko; 'n: '' '

;.DISCOURSE BY' that there i* a time when the vUion of preacher, of course herself consenting -- .
; THE God aadjaanrltual realitias is aigmmtical, mortllan a' third of a ;
: REV. tf Dee? a 't ,., fond vm se*in a .. !' word "darBy" ia a ea.< reek 1Ir 11 >i .ti Wet { ) '

hisli$ov.j&t.WK Url t.o.".: :'phrae.r.ou.- meftung Inf"-'traa.IeS'..,lind thus fbt of b45: 0a .-.-.. ..............".-1.a ..,. ,; : bS,4Cotd; *, Grip

M the OII7hirpr.i..f sdusa I that tHfjnraa* "in &-' ddJ." is laced inthi woo n..Iieart.iJuat; Uie opposite 0 Miles* *aIa. m'Cem 7t.s
[ .f __... of All tao ..plri&waUt.. margin, .for what..IJauJmeant i* th .. wife-jimi ".irati_., refinement and The recent rctireinVnt and Catarrh.A o 'gressmu w'Lette:
\ TIle YUadl* of Btf.TJf : "For now we see in..>nrrof, in a 'dd1.." .eneitiv nes. It war hard for me 4)1) the of' NelMn .A. :
I Of *pursetbey, di4.-Dt have''th* mirror tine 1 knew them not to despise him aa I Ullea crtvea'especial interest to Lie pub- .
KL Iii. Y:-Sunday morning/in i which w* ha,. now in to- apostolic age. would a dog and I think the only eon'and ,\J.ttteranceL :Tbo,' OIIt- Iaportan4"speech -h r Aktlna l/'Jt f v, .
ror- x t -
John's M. K. Church the Kev. --r .
1.1I Him foreTermore.i'brjui.i > daughter did;; almost despise* their'own '
aid J:MscLanrin. pastor of tbs Sec- I Beloved w* will never all meet-together : father as they would despise a our. Now. made by' theGellC\ral recently, j.I.t. 'C'

? Baptist Rocbeiter-orcacheJ I beret bu\,.. may all meet together yonr why was that woman, cru was onion "GooAHosds and National.Greatness : . ,
\ the um Chi yon the' final! ser der. W* ,win .** each 'other; meal r ," delivered at the time of. I It' ,. '.
\ t iii .or n|"TheGreatest I the Sere here. Let vs Ii... that we 114t. io 'amk t voimlal 9 '. dedication ref,fne,Stk
g tbe \Uirfipeclal subject shall all each I, W".big 01 chi
see other yonder when w* tllf'H b.irwles riddHag Jo.a.Expo.1 ," ':
Love and the Vision of Uodf or. the have' com up like Him to meet the host clinging to her skirts and that man i* altlon.: Among; other thi ;
Tbat Bees All Wonders." Th. teat out of great tribulations it may be, having stricken down In*the prime of manhood ", hnow'of no one element of clvlUFaj| '

i from I Corinthians -.D mirror but then facer blood of the Lamb. Till then good-by of the consolation of the gospel in such <* ,' t'1 ,
face. Dr.kiadurin said: That which they bad was a metal poluhedon I L case. I .have spoken at funerals for I neglected than the .Improvement of. r. :
Love i* the oalyioterpreter of Ood. We one surface; sometimes 1'silrer: bat 'r years;,I only read the word of God and ones road.;*yettbas Is the element that ., :o

,w last Sunday that to love only are dine usually it.waa a round piece of metal pol to pray, bearing up to God.'the. hearts I marks the line be'tweeDbarbartam. and
revelations'made :and that to pcfet ;ished as well a* they could do it; to which that are before me. I wjjl not attempt to. civilisation in country,
v. onpy can perfect divmo disclosures b* jwas attached a handle. can see explain what is, inexplicable to myself. F
/.. The convene truth is equally l valu much a mirror would not.Now'rQU a* All I can say ia what Jesus said.WLat I, The founders of our Government f d .
le; namely: *tlha* love is the only inter- our splendid mirrors do, the image thai do thou knows not sow| but thou shalt strongly advocated 'the taececsify.,. ofT '
bier of Uodl: of all,,in-tho kingdom ofOd .were before It. Now it i I. h.T'iIinal.bedtb..ApooUe ( understand hereafter.- And behind-that opoDlna oQp .1Q11 jgwro. hg.tbe.Ineans'or 'J ) J.-\
-of all spiritualities.; Nor must yoif Paul with this striking illuttratlom I atend waiting >It av mockery to *u>.**--
: Internal
k tbat .thi is itranga arbitrary. Wa ."for now w* see id a mirror,ia a take to explain to the soul in such a pour communication. The. Immortal .
rs soughe-in all'our service to discover riddle" -j lion the enigma that appals and -over Washington; retired from'the

e analogy between the law* of tb*spirit; Why the gorpef itself/1* sis a amen obecura *- "wbelms her.' pomp and circumstance of glorious:war :

_11 realm and.' tb. law*"with' ,which,iw*" ore ,an which We lee reflected the thing I said a moment ago, for I must not leave to occupy the honorable position of a ", c
mIHar. of eternity. What we'see i not the thing yon under a dark ; I said a moment ::
You'win find t6i0'thi1, hamelj'tTbal itself, but 'only the reflection of it. What 'a<<>. of this woman who was crucified f f' sovereign rltlzen, and while conductIng -1, ,
YO i* the only interpreter is part at the w* see cannot bII the thing iUelf. but only thirty years, that she nut one of the saintliest tho affair of 'hla'plantatioawasPresident : 4 4l

'lleiplintt' of life in every direction, a. the reflection of it. That is what the and noblest women J. nave ever of transportation companyTieauthpr ,, .
rne one ha* well Aid: "Love sees fartbit i.- Th fourfold does not goepsi known and what I have said of. her..'true.Oaeelthemoetf :'
gospel give of the Declaration of Independence --
hears quickest and feels thfut-i1l' theL -
deepest. 'tie the living Christ it the t'hijjTh- '-
image r''it
only gives i'E
''".o illustration of that proposition of th* living Christ.It; is imperfect inso loyal to the pastor foremost is; mla ioiiaiy tEenrsunaer-of-one-ot-oBE. -l--- 4I- ", ;

ave been given ODe with regard to the far as man nan bad part in it, and in so work and one of the'most noble coals I great universities, and ,the eminent ,
aIm of nature., let.ui say that two men far aa the reflector will knew: and 1 am not sure but toat there ia .
give only an imperfect statesman who gave to ue this vast
i journeying through beautiful the relation of.cau.. ..d-.lI'eet.'h.aot.
rte; one *ee. the general conformation.I ,',forget imago the of the fact reality that, what and w w**must are that wooden man the cause of the beauty empire west of the' Mississippi. ,was "I.I

general I outline of street and sweep ot looking upon in spiritual things ia not thaobjects' .f her character Baa not hi. Imperfection right when be said,"In a. letter addressed .
eld and shimmering lake sod he of his driven that ,"
notices themselvesbut only the reflections. + nature coarseness, to Humboldt; ' more remunerative
t there are tree bord jringth. drive must we forget that the definition soul to communion with Him>wb. -ial I tbe 'fl' ,
Del walk, but that ie alL; He burble sNor is made enigmatic, that the objects chief among ten thousand and the On altogether . ,.splendid, and noble for the ..
}* chiefly on -the rround .lie does Dotear look Ub riddle to us also because1 the lovely T And has not her contact people to spend money on.canala.and I. .
the birdD'or-if he doe, it is not to of the soul ha*not a.clear vision. What eye* 'teeth .Hi.transformed her into Bis like- roads that will build and promote \,
_ cent one songiter from another. Now see, depend* on is. Bow n.m,-'whom she love.,'not having seen? ?
social Intercourse -commercial fn-
k.: the other.. This man not only see often w* are derby the mills and '**May It not be that w* grow 10 spit of ,. "
s i general conformation of the landscape fogs that arise from the lower levels of our our weinhts, and that theM deprivations dUties than to expend It on armlet and I

general plan of the artiit who.,laid itact own, Ii... How often you and I know ibeM afflictions'this bard disposition if navlca.r ''He was again right when he
but b* see th* tree- be see. he-dis- pleaxe., it not be that they are
you may
what it is to b* lost ia tbs fogs that settle old, in letter to James Boss: 'I experience .
inguisbes.; one from aoolh.r. ii. note down upon no a* the facing yacht were weight intended to develop us into the a -- ---------- --------
he flower that spring; b* notes not only lost the other day in their final reach for larger manhood and the greater nobilitiesof great satisfaction In seeing In country,of the civilized 'world Ohio for a fro book, written by
b. songster that sing.,-but be knows ito the gosh' utterly lost, hidden themselves the sonlT Look a Jesus Christ. The 'my.. country proceed, to' facilitate Intercommunication . 8iten.1 Charity ar known. Not 1-1AUDt. ' !
e and story. Ho-_'tb* shimmering and hidden from all about them} and like story in brief i. the Incarnation the of le"erl do they minister to the spiritual and 0r rwr' hU"'Si,: Congr'ess'' ::7 t
>od and lake and the reflected overhang- the challenger we are apt to get out of ministry is Gethsemane. i* the cross, is 'opening canals'find .are. b lectual needs of the charges I Ohio : ; ,
mlf: foliage and is miaiitered to by them our conn and lose time in the race for the the grave Would Jesus ever_have'become rver. their care but, .l alot to. the ta. Henna Medicine Co.; dot bus,.i"r
Lt. the end of the joarSeT the latter man goal. So we most not forget that both the the worl Saviour bad B* not known I moeb I* this disposition ,bodily i ibav r
enriched in bis mind and heart What mirror and the eve that sees contribute toward QetWman and the agony of the cross T ot public money than,tUat.-of .waging, .With .. many. children to take eat of OeU"I: |
a. made the difference between the two the enigmas of our lifa.kndFtkneniy Could B* have touched the heart the tore wart . and to protect from climate and digress ; ., "#1' rand .
.!_ Th. one-has been and t heart of.the world bad B* not gotten fsaadPersona 'I .r,
is. a lover mas that surround m. ..... these wise and prudent Sisters have feel greatly J ,
!. fa* loves it. And nature is kind; na life'-Let. riddles ns took for they s. moment relate or God two lIim.M1L at again and again the iron in.Bis sensitive, people of this ;ve.. devoted Dr. Hartman receive many letters from ,'b18& e>; ; i' ,
ut* knows her lovers and she makes aa to soul\ e tK t i
so I ,4 more industry and enterpriseto Catholic Sisters from all over the United of the .
Mow have deal of
isclosures to him that the other man does a sympathy forth ft may bedfellow, sufferer it-may b* copUt. A recommend received feel encouraged t* -- .
multitudes bard the
of men who find it to of great commercial btot. rat
ot tbat ;
get *- ; # gentle woman your deprivation Catholic 'Detroit thatits
the ? sea God. They hear from the pulpit of losses heart disappointmentswill ralleystban have the people o( any t !, blie '.
!Art; and let me say fco._.who may eternity.Be fill*immensity God is e n,it." to minister final sanitation, until. shall and other country/' Dr..".''a. ... OAI i { .. ,;,
0h...,seen those art treasure it u Now. what sort of an idea man get your you Government has 'morethan rlMts disease .thirtyyears' .. ., '
a. able stand "u
stature to
be apirtiuat even expnde
worth visit and much one in standing. .Dead
a of
study. from theM descriptions of the Eternal? Der ,Sfri-"Th. 'y.isrg'Olv't"1ekeweedtbo'Perertteere..uftsring K..I1'
shoulder to shoulder with the Man wbo f44O.000.000
thesemen hurries through it in a perfuncItory fo Imprvment .at '"
And b* bears "You matt love God, that Dv
way. O, be notiee there are large the totat was acquainted with sorrows and griefs.. v of our harbors and suck : r.eelme'VAgftla 'one tw t hue I
of the in wUrd w.tlll I
picture and small ones, tat be baa no far aa duty is concerned gospel ia this a "'iou so Now. "Conclusion, there is a tune corn-' expenditures bf tbe Natonal Ml I .e/'m.f.ei''TAe, physician and eurgeous.1 :
Him* for those little fait of paintings that shalt love the Lord thy God-with all thy ins when w* shall have the perfect vision. have been made In past thedevelopment rwesLl.} '.w.latewgtae.noelwlf.fsol.ry. Beta. .the first man to formulate >'I't"' ,
adorn the walls. If there is a big gilt heart and with all thy.soul, and with all' "For now w* see"in a mirror darkly, but fo De.Josmdgnslrelief ,.roaa. ', wa through bis genius and pMveranoe **- .'
then face to face. of and waterways
railroads that
frame oa ODe of the pictures be it.was ,tt
thy mind. And he says to us. "How can A girl fifteen years of age a*(*.* sw *./ wsxlt.0IS meeioal professloa of ite" t'J i
young is It inoit
but it is a tor*, and he hurries I love Him H* I. inconceivable to ne. I not now appropriate u M1lis
(out and wonders people find so much cannot form a* imago of Him. 1 cannot laughter loving, happy a Christian bed of sever girl* aide-wadsnddenly.thrown that the> Improvement of our roads *tae*>*..he...I *** <* If you do not de. prompt and .t" ?":''.,
in the art galleries*! ">s world' The see Him to know Him. to 1 love Him. upon *--ji t*ra.oOfearftv ,,14t resultS use o ;..
should receive attention' and ,: !
[Jot Her man discovers'in some small piece God understands ness; indeed all ODe side was totally paralvised Natnl' OBO.t i -Uartman. giving a
Now this better "
a bran and aba was stricken into almost to Government aid under the earn : statement and b wflft'
tW product of a muter and he stands than was .t. fu yore ease ,
(entranced before it for boars; and you the "Utterance many theologian of Ood."do.the So Word 11.laid shall tai blindness.- Her family physician, after "Any measure tbat brings to' the Sisters of parity, and used Peruna i b pl..t bis. valuable advtea;..' "
rarefnl examination said to with al. IJ,
If win bis suffused with making a very tarrh the throat good a* A'
see and '
tears '
eye into human bJ 0 .111.
come relations H. take homes
of"the American people '
; -
the sorrowing-friends.-8h* n todDy the Address Dr. llartman. ofrl'bofaK
ifyou,( notice you will see bis tip is tremorbs this # .lett toou. ,
shall sir.centth..ladder **." r-
best dcy child. And laughter news of the world ; Send Medicine Co Co- Hartman
Ifth pays no attention to th*frame; of divinity emptying poor that'c ete .TI. Sit..CIb '.
soul of tbe artist'and b* isa Himself until He reaches the tower r is loving not true maid responded best dsys"Doctor ar to com now when that sovereign Ht1u_._ _>n_ thl __._ __n.__ . ,. ,I, A ,t

nt.profoundly tears before stirred. I nave seen men all of humanity, until B. shall move in the I shall sea;the my King ia His beauty" And tbe affairs.of' his own! country, ,that Facts and Figures.. _, 1 OOO
1 galleries of Europe some; their'masterpiece soul finds in the theHsoul valley of human life *o that men can touch "0..beloyett our best day are to com*. affords him ii knowledge of the conditions In Deamarhra'glrl I of 11 and a boy (.rl.L .' t.
Hun *o that men can be.r..JIiI votes so T.uis
when (
of the artist. They Your best bays and mine, the day and"necessities of bis tt
bint in of .
interpret anJ
that m4 can look upon Hi* fee ia aU .pple. can' most places th*
all the 'mist bav rolled 1 vo
away maIn . (
finest moods they bar com to know enables blm to Ischanifo l ills
'bearing Him and in touching Him and in the 16dehYmen seeing i Him they shall bear and touch and shining of His face the day when all the benefits the entire, GOOD POSITIONS..
countt In Oermaa Van
cltzen.hlp. women. r a man onlly
com nearest to interpreting aee the living God. enigmas of life.ehall bet eolved. the day and -. .UAIA"TICD ,.wa1TINet ,
the Creator, Himself; for of all the sons God cannot be seen by any eye there i* when we shall see the King in-His l& '. ': .tncb contract' ''marriage his twenty- 500 FREE ORrllllii' t'
; IOUa81 none eland higher than the artist. no'mirror large enough to reflect jIim. and Jona Aye "Beloved. now are w* taG first .when bee specially declared ; ".\ _. 1' ?
H* who can take a piece of raw material even in tbat which i* "the express imageof children of God, and it i* not vet mad, .l! "be wealth of the ration comes primarily of and this dose G.AL BUS. COLLeGE MAceseGaTIb .
can ,
apiece of and make it Ilia the Cbristl have been .. b
ordinary canvas, person, manifest what w* shall be." We. know from The factory onl
Ilk make it like talking about bar been .. I tb canc. b. has completed
ripple a river roar themight' w* seeing that if B* shall b* manifested w* shall belike and foundry of the ellttnt
ocean* carrying a ship full rigged said only a moment ago only the reflection Him for ire shall see Ham even a* Be utlz year. The law.of Franco
ariaa its bosom; a man who eaa mak it of Him. W* do not see Jesus; w* only is.i You sad I to > like Him who needcth soil and Jle. agriculture is 'urprlnclpallndut.a notable for stipulating about the legal NO '
fcloamn into a rose or woo can paint upon see the image of Jems in this fourfold or not to be tali afiout nan for Beknew* the great mass ot ,
ityfc battle scene, preserving the heroism fivefold mirror, the New Testament. lam what,.. in man. You and I to b* like main dependence rights of each party..and the rtato
and valor of men a man who I1 by saying this in order to relieve she ou rral pepl. Sl lqiR''uL[ Lis
; Him'who-was independent of gravity of of each,to the earnings of =
color lay be/or you alT that is beautuuJ.aU minds of real difficulties. I am saving this all m.terial.ubwtaDcee and _.? 'YOIt their 'patriotism, their public te oth. t+ rr ,
that is cUriae in the world surely to relieve Christian of real diffiquJtie and I to be like Him who oa the Mount of spirit,-thelr'welar must ever be-tho The man who marries DYench womaa an4 After

tends first .m eons of God and Tb one thing we need to cultivate shove I'ranaBgnratioa shone eo tbat,the disciple '" .of our becomes byFrenchlaw.. liable, to be
) of the
Maker ; Zlol' Republc use 6Jt Coon. '
nearest to the in that b all elM i We' on Himself sinceritr: hould-lt) y were dsuled even oft ,* splendor of Hi* Therefore' called on for,,the oi'his'wife'sBear
,is a creator. that w* see' 0' when we do not We garments You and I. to be like Him evel measure; euppr Wbteproof Oiled Cada sure ItntHsJin
-> Th. lover of art sect this. To Urn these should not pretend to have larger visions whom John saw ia that divine theopuy the GO'ermeDt. the1'' State relatives If need. the West end war e lr i

thiag-* disclosed, while the man who than w* posses*. When it i* impossible recorded ia the last book of the Bible, yonder coQnt. o municipal authorities, the pJonters end co*
doss not love sees little. Th earn"is true for us to havs a clean clear cut definition in glory, You and I to be like fin their welfare should ya.
between men. T. whom do you 'disclose we should simply wait and realise with the wbo ba* overcome and is now sitting on en prmote b -'A sew departure la AlasTee'a it Inaugurated rent has come t$. s uetgnefd u1Brl
yourself i Who i* able to interpret yon? Apostl Paul that what we see is really ia I the tbren of the universe.' That is what earnestly advocated.t la the December' In'"AGlimpse frgqieitl,tto

ITIIe man who bates you? .Sorely not. 1. a mirror and makes.. it look like riddle, to B. ba. said. "He that _-'h.will I at the Dub.Anton iai y*dictitdea Yo4 Qepyatj
U'ilway misreading TOO, misinterpreting as very of ten. / rive to sit with Me on My throne, even a* Keeping KoaWI ..Order .by. L ok far the JIt d Ott t'til Id "
your motive*. It is the man who lores I W ar* pucaled over the mvstsry of the I I .lso overcame and am not down with My of the essentials in kep c' .. Dale''I is, of cui.e. concernedwith ,
rot He interpret yen, b* knows you. carnation. How could Ood some down Father on His t ,tone.", We shall eee Bim. on. matters." .This article the lrtlcTewsa en tftt butt '
So I think the proposition i* Justified and cloth Himself in an -infant, of day. We shall see Bira face to face. Every repair/ to keep it well rund. Is al.i 4 "
that lore is the only interpreter of God. Our unenlightened friend are trying hard r
This?i brings me to thi first point' desireto to eliminate the miracle of tin incarnation Him forewermon. . eachrain.. This Is accomplished, by ..erl on New
bring to you'thi. morning namely, this: from theology They bad better reafls Beloved, w* will never all meet together ,road.. As Tork season for the devotees' of' tho JTORl1 1nNdi I5
That there is a time in tb* )fcfo of everyman their limits; there are line in the imam her*, bit w* may all meet together..yonder. rne' grader ove. '
when b. has no rision i .f God and we cannot understand. Tbs vstary of theTrinity. tW* wit-sever all see each other 11..tbe newly I atones are th.te
spiritual realitie I wish) yon to mark Who ean comprehend that anctut therefore, bet*. Let n* *o- live .that w* packed thegrader'! is run along.each "t" '
tbjit.-. Tier i* a time in the life of every doctrine W* must simply wait. There shall all *e* snob other yonder, when w*; ride'and all loose are thrown' :," jrUpaasTabales"
iri.n when he ha no vision of God andl7ttu&litle' are so many things w* cannot compass liars some no. lik* Him to meet the beets .tne iba *eaii *yppa:
sQi It eocsr* aU that period that if w* try to w* shall find ourselves out of rreat tribulations it may be having jack Into the road. bror.lnnl medicine are maAa.A. ''
04 his life during which be i b wtregener- hopelessly landed in the foe.. W jut our robe washed and nude white in the the road is gone over, aw 10.
ate wbea there is absolutely no visjon of want to remember that what w* hare, even blood of the Lamb. Till then, good-bye. thrown into the road, and the .,fey (.-:hundred..: &
Uod and Tb Apostle in the Bible i I mirror in which alle ,
justify that only a W* ridges between the centre'' aDd i.m. .*." "
Paul will assertion for you see a* only in a riddle, the realities. sold -.. aiSlates
will And bun saying in tin same epi.Ue, Now tot u. notico again iifo'a riddles a* the wheel tracks are cut off and r in. t.1D
err false who aner-t.n use t
that "th natural man perceivatb not.the they relate thenuelves to oureelves.What Many Ben thrown into the low centra 'l. .
of that term.
In the I t. '
things tooliihnes of the onto spirit him of and Uod be, .for they' know are strung creature w* are. What strange Their whole may bet a h.. they may 'that'has been worn plar. one horse 'year. ,lve .
things and I sometimes dol How '
yon unaccountably but falsehood and arlstag from :!i 1
anything ,
them became they sr.epirrinally judged"Th. traveling in the rmlddle of-tba road a ad
we sometime act! What riddle 'et
natural ilIaD is not in the realm ia w* are to ourselves 1> Can you understand ,to convict they bald them defy tb* judges e charge of the of land ever {The grader is used at least once each "lne or eared by tt .,, .

which b* van iaterptwt ,pUitual(. realities-, why you took-r srfvea:course'the bavin* told "tie: Truth i* a matter of the year cutting off all high places,and common I, It, that dle. .oe.

Iogdom mysterious we -eal1 Ufa.f.oree-.Wb r> organic the organic I Ideals ether.dayrToa md your---.tep praaoterniinatlona aside from your ewe, a. inward'narts; tnttkates to spirit,pur-f 'fJ ..!.In "the deprl.lonl"T.tr4wD ; from, the e&JI may ba ..
wiat w.nld.llo if w* could: and ot'
kingdom we call life? Who knows to what your career aboutd be. Can you pos would do if b now-pack .1Ie1'Cment. totbe. Mrte 'CD4o" .
IIi' it le r But w* know it i I. there, and understand why you Said times thing the coald no man W knows are the what victim* of our own ignoraneo *- make a road as Imot'.nd easy i that will, not : as>,.
wa know it weave bodies in which it other day? Why you were so blind a* to w* cannot measure ourselves. Am'an to travel over as a piece cured by the occasional n*< lllpah; '
: ao f
dwells that it is miracle and that it
; a per do those things f Bow often ma have said
*hjM say, "J know I should never dothat. of 'road has been macadamized seven ritiict Physleiaas know ,.M'i
foha.1IOiraclee of transformation.. W are to me, cannot understand myself; I do of .i "abu ti.
aimed with it. They would not call not understand why did that thing. Why, H* nay bo talking the language has years. The buIldJl'or this road cost llrbl, of them., All d. .;.
&e temptation never
t\.. miracle were they to know what it is. I It." Yon a fools; adequat tax I sell :?
really cannot explain cannot locked 11000 a $ being and ,"
When liCe ia bay it' is performing tbes. unsaved person, you cannot explain why within assailed the him environment, he ba never which.been mean failing abut donation. G . tl..for To a.eDt'pclp arid, 4
ormations, but the atom esaaot nn- yon remain in n state of alieiaation from Truthfulness f t I Peterson eouel. ordal oasln
in that direction. Rose
demand the resulU of tile foroas: they ar* God. It what the Bible says is true there particular -- ,Secretary - Family Bt.. lity contalwp ?
oolishness onto it.. Tier are utterly eon is pending over you sa endless bell. or of words is a matter vocal color of tone a*tell well a as Us without County Peed Ms>p*. ,, ,1 a ..u.lolc .ppl, for.a. 7e One! ''.

ry to all it know."of'the operation in"it* there ie availing for yon an oodles lit* of the words: themselves may being We. What is Auditor Hempel. of Clayton County relief within' twenty'aalnntea. .:,
,clom. bliss. Now would not think that such ,, from experience ad vises all ,\.Iv. h.
yon truth f That is the old and ycr-presjnt Iowa baa set an example that au1 .. a
A ow. do know biers I is another klng- alternative, -kingdom cr wrath. opento and question.. Mea over,
deeply all the
r A thin ..Ie would settle the ._ b. lolowe cuntl. young girls who have ,'
kingdom you. you great,,g laugh lies shrug lies, attitudinize* lies, sue- :
tls ornnie and in which all higher lif* tionf Why, some .f you have Uvcof tot st>*t lie. A man may ten lie* to nimeelf. Ild maps AT.a'prle'tcor'lnrad acke peculiar to p'ad, : : :
''vs! dweQ; a. third kingdom bees fore : year with the greatest problem ia Where i this perfect man who needs nogospel Improyemelt He rod '
,e Ja the spirit of the living Ood. Jwd until the universe still ralvd. II ba been no divinity of no appeal plats in the county us Ldi e,Plaltam's'Yege.table ': P114E5-
;man has oom into th#life ot tbat king- my privilege to deal with a great many heaven minutr't Joseph .1
Erom no in the form a map of each
.thing that w* soy trasspire* in men wbo bad lived until they war thirty Parker. 'o .eiol Cp,
or forty or flfty> ears old, and aaaay ef township, on two heavy book Bow yotmg'girls da- : 1
aural tem have said I cannot understand why Alone with 0. covers Joined, size twenty,b7 twenty, plop worn, liatlosa and hopeless 1 -
man recaiveth not the I did not yield befor What riddle w* lat o.r- ;
of shows tbe whole _
fool Your life and mini the life wary and one opening system because
t of God for they are unto are to ourselves! How strangely w* act aal&t se.1..W.M.ieeV.a.
and b* cannot know them for they How often men fail in their strongest man and ovary another however different of roc in each town.blp B tion has not boon paid M.ei. YI.Iie.see .s.i* l lau. \1

spiritually .judged. B* baa not cn- point! Why you would asy, for instance they are from one they are all in sides .,, plat ,. .alpaNo woman,, p. .na...._--_ _. qir.Neu.N
t ed, that thirt,kinojdom. JH a does not that aa Elijah would ,never b* ,found* Him. Ia Him then i* the perfect township cleric Is supplied with 'oe. .and periodla'pain. pal ,
bIo 'it* law. B* doe-not understand its6enomena quaking sews.!. whining under a Juniper vscy occupation; the a tec .'sad yonng girls just budding into ;.w.i.t' I'
: in fact be does'not so* them. tree. a man who could defy the kinwhat and. perfeot. housekeeping the perfect bandjcnift. ord book In which to enter' field notesof womanhood should ba carefully amided ;,-Des1 For'.' t

ca thing14ry.loth, not seen ace is ..defT the woman, th* wife the perfect school teaching they areas new roads e.t.bUlhe4.'or' present aa wall aa naonaivTAnotbor '.the 00w11i. ..,
I beard neither have entered into the of the king, laJlina down and asking that in In Him lay the'eomptetenmof roads'"tbat may be vacated by .the ; ii ly
t 01 maD th.' ) t things he might cl re .Elijah l i* not the only on. that incomplete act which you did yes such WO. ,
sal' "The things that ba prepared Som* that you know have failed,when terday. In Bun lay the possible hoUneaof Bad of Supervisors; minutes Miss Hannah E. Marahon, Col ,,

f4r them-that love Him." So arc ill a faired, ia their.wry strongest point that which you mad actual aeon to be certifiedby the county says i .
time when there is absolutely na vision of What aa enigma w* sip to ourselves. Who Him Us the absolute purity and loftinessof to each tOW.blp der In "I Jwo N. rfa110yelRilaRTli'i' r
Ood, and no vision of spiritual realities, ean, understand himself? I would give that worship which w* this morning addition tbe above a 'I-wt a'k :,- ,
and it is vastly valuable that men both in more to bow my own self thou-all .. have stained so with impurity and base- to yon : "'; 1
the church and out of it shah recopies beside-ears God end Jesus Christ. new. To go to Him aD .t the perfect of sectional plats .,furnished each Mko .D I waa .

that great fast Had'men eut of tile But took at the en's,.of so laaay lire*, idea .f his. and of every ,ebon of life. aDd clerk to make copies' of roads for the .always thin and p weak.2SS.tell5.t5rr" .. .. . r'l
obareh discovered that great hot they Take. for fastanoe tb* problem of personal ..d ao.forth. and it" HIo strength use of road superintendents.'contractors' tbl* .. "
jwoald bar been saved from many failures, suffering. Why i* it that thaw ill eo mac II I it that i. the New Testament eoa-, ' Taa Bobby- Burn in another connection that som* ef tIN bestpeople eeptlon of a strong successful lift. How <3ood''lod.seaare. "I trtodabottl* o.i '
asgys: "It wad free mony a binder. free us, ar..reified. awfully Why i* it .imp!* aad bow glorious ,it.i.t-Phillip e'CmpU =.. .
that Brook :A small fraction of ounce ra *>Cs.. M e' in
and foolish notion. some of the most refined souls have a o h c._ rp
ijfot until a man ba been touched by the arrow driven furthest into their .raiv* dlum propel,,employed,. would ,,pro r. X oont&aod it.& / MHUH
the finger of God will hill ear b* opened] crag hearts Do you know_,tvbyI' Canyon 'Oar Dally JJtf. .. vide a t for several .iMtw wU and atronr m i'Sl.T. tJ'
th* harmonies of the third kingdom t explain itf ._ the re* -'A few P opl* live their lives like a..ftl. eo slraate regnlariy, I__. 'aawagh _' !
sae until his eyes bare bad the visionof verse that come ll- to the -vary knowing that every chapter has a bearing .rool not require ,r. for What your dletn dlo mo." $6 .iif
that kingdom aud bis heart med best of people f noa..w why some on the wheels and that a continuous new during the.proaent entDI. .sacs ye.iN =.yaa.tslees.rN..rg ,.1" !or
of receiving that kl.cdom-llO' until these of the noblest ef men and women ar* re thread runs through all. 'But most of us : -- frrrieea a. ,
transformations hay com to him can a duced '1'010.comfort,:' from affluence, pas our day a* if w* thought them a vole 'Lydia E.:I>fnka\am'a Vegetable :;.'
'menu know spiritxal realities at alL f-o I through the meaaaos of their own children same of abort stories which have not neeessarily -' 'Te Income 'tax returns sh w th*t.eSWDo Compound will eur*nay.-vroaaauta .t' "

Bftlrm that there is a time n tb* life of or through the rascality of trusted any conneti with each .Uaer_. Grt Britlau bUo'1 the i land wo slurs Croaa( .. .
1 wkea there in vie- friends to alnwt ,- .- - James Weber Linn.i ;,, '
:t man absolutely mo paimrvt t.l.. 'j I abroad .C30.540,60a. womb tn0ajnaaa.tlan ot. ': 'Jor

.oven,and kidney troaxblaa. 1

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]:,1IU t\.i, iW bJVd, u Gii i\i'\ LOCAL ITEMs (Ten Dollars Reward. 2 5.f..-.!- ;; .. I

.. >HOr4. MO., ,"i , Lost., between Klsslmmee and St. '

'J'V........KV BT ruoarin 4 I 1 I Cloud canal, cola purse. containinggoldwatoh J i
face Waltham w.b'AN'N
J open move
Shoes Dann'e.b0
Buckskin at CHAS. .J'
Ylsee' l "
lMsette3alldlagt J ment., Finder notify B. H.-Smith, OroI.odo"
J_IinC ik.O CJOLACOONTY>FLA., .#M, /'' Rolls'Fancy Matting ....' Grates Fla., and receive reward. ;

lit E..POUND,, .iA] 'GravesV" .To All Co.c: r.ect. '
W., Bt HAMtia } _AxCTOSi, ". All kinds of Toy for the childrenat On. January'1,1904 THE SHOE MAN )i
Stanford's. I will close the
J.- of Hart. Lake All
E POU"D.E4Itot'0 gate my pasture.
,_' .....- ._ W. d'. Waring has fireworks, cheap, persons having cattle therein are requested __ ""b
.1 -- -"N4: at th. Po.oMo.o' KiulBOi**. Fla. for Christmas.W to move, them before that date. '

7. ,..., awon.d-elee.mall matter._._ 'J. Sears-went to Orlando Monday '3t .W. J, S. CARE.Saata 1H
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.nbacnbe-a ttl plea** ooUfy the. office If, on business. Offering of New Fall Goods. *i

ea.T<.all fall communication to get the paper* .&__L I-.rly.from,oar aaihorttaed -I i \ For choice whiskies for.the holidays plans'\ Hadgaartefs.Santa ., "

."..'.u.. correspondent man be signed by 'the go to BeardeD Claus bas established his M
""*>writer.I - m
I headquarters at the. store of H. C. I
I Ryeotddmatkr will not be ." .alled\ tor.eR .-. Stanford, and has -opened up _
1 ; Tb.ILorl.Do' ....poa.lbl.'oro..laloa.. ..- the city Tuesday. /' the largest stock of Xmas goods ever ' '
1:" proaaed by orraapondenta J. N. Taylor was among the visitorsto br ujlhL to Klsslmmee. Toys. of every BOYS CLOTHING. TJ "CA". d> V
/I. "I' Adrertlalng rate*may be had on application.SUBSCRIPTION Dolls in ..
description, variety .
Orlando.Monday. ,2
F'. Toilet. -Sets, shaving Seta: Nothing conduces to & ., u C

RATES, Fletcher Mlxell, of Conway, ".I.ID., Smoking Sets, China and Glassware & 9 boys' and to ,
;: ;, One copy,one year ............... Kissimmee Sunday.! ten . in fact presents to suit and appearance ew vf ,
+I'" One copy, alx ...oatbc.,1./... ....,. J .t> ] any every: his self-respect and thro . D..ld to !
.',1'< .."P', 01..._aLb..(<;r7>.... ........?..r... .2ft nnnr..1>.x.<-w. Bh01ta. '- m.1- W' atson'i- body. Call and make your-selection.\ ,. these to the moulding of ( ri
sod : ," eo "

Frld.a7. Oeeember 1$. 1603. I .All Get sizes your Firework loads' early, before Notice of, tion.BTaT5 I I. C manthan the character to keep of the him futnre neatly \ '.< .. ip

is too late at D. n .. or Fix .rnA ICOUHTT : ,4<- 1 ry
---- dressed. His clothing .. ;
or OSCWL/.1. -- -
:,.1 OSCEOUfS POOR FA.NMOaeuad.rf..rv' 'Doils 1 DollslI 'DolUIJl' .la...endMssvarietyairStanford Nonce I. hereby riven"that on t 141 12th '.. of ....IIU.". A. D. 1W14. aa. application will ovMMM ) : > .>Ie ; ;;
'i to the of the state of 'I..r"I. ( neat and In'the prevailing lug
on- -.rDor ;;
: ;: ET, "Harris '"
returned from for Lcttun Patent Ihn following Article ''as g g.= b
Anderson !
Mr.. J. A. upon
of the of the styles. We have a nice
publishers Gazette his of Incorporation , .!
little ton Bradley and a reporter took Floral City;Sunday night. -- + ARTICr.'tA 011' INCORPORAT'ON, line of these goods and ;.: Q.
-; -a CS
a drive to the poor farm, 'going,via, Lost.-Masonic plo Finder rewarded The uudertlg-ued;; do hereby ucucUte; them- I would like you to see them., < :.. i .: -
St. Cloud Junction I and Anderson'sStill by leaving at this ,office.E. eluea together aa a body oorporatv. under and l lby 0 ;
and returning via and virtue of the general corporation lawn I While they last : $1.00 : !
Fegborn ; ..
of the Butte of Florida, miulalned' t .
P. Kennedy, of Winter Haven,.is a &
r St. Cloud. I values only 75c $3.60 . fe
In the KeTlaed. Statute of raid tI""e, ; > c 5: .
At the farm we.found tbe superintendent stopping at the Park HoteL. and the act of .the Ix-glnlature amendatory --- value only 298. 9
there*.! and 1."I..on.ul.the..... : e !IJ
J. B.
his duty
Cape at post of Mrs. Pfann returned from* visit to :
of ..
to and adopt the follow lug artlclta Incorporation. .
i t and we were shown through the friends in Tampa yesterday.Major I . rare D u

tt beautiful grove. 'is having his house ARTICLE t.Tben.meof SHOES ,8, > : I
In this grove there are 750 tearing Murphy this shill be =
corporation the 0 ...
S trees, and many more trees'that would treated a fresh noat of paint. KlmlMMEIt Free left AMD BT BAOC COMPANY,, for everybody-- !:' o ;:,,IJ .
tits be bearing now had the commissioners A. I. Webb of Abbeville, Ga., was with IU principal office and place of unilneimIn A a' S 3' '
the town of' KlMlmmee. O l'col. County, 5 from the' tiniest G-S' (
provided for the grafting of, at the Graves House yesterday. Florida, with ntchbranch' offices aa may be the S Q 0
y tbe came. Two- thousand boxes of eat blinked elsewhere by the board of dlrvvlora to largest u >;.: 3 W
orange had already been picked' and J. A. Bowen, .Davenport, was In of ald corporation; by inch name chili PUO "Dorothy Dodd" o
the city on business Wednesday. and be wed, plead and be pleaded t... a nor 1 (,:
It was estimated 3,600 more boxes were ... "
porata aval, and chance the tame at pleaiure. rs our "specialty, : : .
en the trees.' This fruit was contracted Julius Hydehas the frame up for a ARTICLE 2. a ladies shoe.- r WE SELL

,, for by the Waters-Carson Grocery handsome residence. in South Klsslm-. The nature ef the bunbim to be truncated Our fall and win ALSO. town.'S
Co., the price paid' being tl.27 per bl' cud corporation ahail be .to. maiiufMctnre
box delivered at. the farm's packing mee.Harvey Ice and any other commodity! or commodltlvaat ter line will be ? I .I
has" moved to the at time be agreed by a ma
house on the premises. This packing Phillips may any upon No big stock of
to .
/ of the atockholdera. at tMtroranr sure
jority any regular me j ,
) house vacated by A. A. Simp '
be use is provided wlt.h'modeI'D conveniences recently meeting apeclally "calle fur that I $3.00 a well selected

Including slier, <<.c., and I. purpoeela per most '
handily situated son.Mr. conduct flih and oyster bmrineu! , to Own I pair and there's ,
i on an outer edge of Carroll of the firm of Carroll & '
''x and 0iena a veaiwia I Kir eiun-r ireimx. or pan-' sizes, colors and t',
the grove, and originallv.buili for the Lee, went to Jacksonulllo on business linger aervloe or both along the Klanlmmee none better.-- I ,,
t al housing of pauper. yesterday.A. . and Colonaahatchee Klvrr. from the town of We also have a could find for the i I...
,About twenty pickers and packersare Klmlmmee,. Oareola County, Florida, to the s ,, we ask for them. 4 I
I town of Fort Mrrra Lee County of Florida, nice J I
n echeaper
engaged. In, the gathering and J. Pope, of Mystic, Ga., was in and Intermediate polnu vite '
packing the fruit, and on a week the city yesterday, registering at thePark To own, manage and conduct a cold atoraw" goo fin your 4

i day the place must present a lively Hotel.. for the purpoa*curing meata, flih and game all styles.Come .-- stock and will
of all I kind for lutlf. or for othera and chartIng 1 :
,;w1 svppeamno. It Is expected': that the L. M,' Thomas and E. P. '.flyer, of for the iam your patronage. f
-+t work will close next week, and all the To buy and sell beet and sunk Battle,' hoifn to
fruit shipped by- Christmas. Orlando, were registered at the Graves and meals of all klnda...wu and mainUlnp... .,-,_._.. see us when in( ,
House Tuesday. turns for the of hogs, beef and sock '
/ As we passed through the grove, cattle forllwlt I and other .
r; not only tie heavily laden trees at G. F. Parker*visited Sanford Wednesday And to engage In a general mercantile. biialoeaa. to for Shoes kind -
us .
1 tracted. our attention, but &, to get some pointers on raising .and trade. without remrlciloua on any or any ', ___ f
f condition lettuce and all articles of tie own production or owutnl nIt >' 'n n
to the eye was the neat inj celery. and furthermore, to engage. In any comm. 3
which the grove Is kept. No rubbishof H, A. Bishop* of Clearwater wa nlal or tradlna: buainexa nut heroin aprclfled.provided .
any kind Is" seen the tress. that came ahail be authorised by the /
;a nicely trimmed and the .are here on a visit to hU cousin, Edgar stockholders at any regular meeting, or anymeetlug See s
grounds areas Perdew, last week. special called fur that purpose. our 50 Counter-Bargains.
neat. .
a cottager/ yard. ARTICLE *.
II Save for the ugly appearance of the A floe'bo7 arrived at the home ortBout. The capital stock of said corporation shall be [ 1

buildings, the* poor tanD--ould be avery Whidden in North. Klsslmmee. twenty-rive lhoocand'dollars (.2'.11011,( ) 41- ) -
attractive spot for, the tourist toy yesterday morning. vital Into two hundred and fifty; (:lo-oI') *baie*..f =

.l .visit. at this. season of the year, for it tbe par value. of one hundreddollar*, (111111)) _.- _.- _h" .. __ ___ . _ ____ '
Mr. Frank Lawson, who ha been each. !
Is a veritable Garden of Eden. quite sick for is slow. 8nb crlptlon to tbe capital stock" 1 of said corporation -
1 1The, farm Is provided with an Irrigating fomeweekepast shall b"I'.lelln currency of the United '
plant, and Mr. Cape improving: now.. 8t' t-i: proTl-led. however, hat the bred of --
/G it in that operate. Messrs. directors I. hereby authorised to accept 1'J pty -1 r-aObLJE] ANA .
", a way all the trees are well : null and Tine Bass will mentof ubsorlptlon to the capital clock of SEE _
v:' .watered wltboutthe aid of pipe., thussaving build aoorrugated Iron buggy house I said .orporsUouat5.valuitlon to be fixed bv "
;" for next to their new livery stable.-* .1 said board such real and personal property
oooeidersblo4money !; :
labor and services, aa may be mtaeasa'7 and OUR NEW LINE OF FALL
i'' We understand that the farm is oon- The stock of anld corporation shall be sutiscrlbeil .
>. ducted an of WOO city lot for sale. If interested for ana be paid In as called for by use
expense only per for description and .board of see him prices.
'}ia: ..j annum, aDd'will' this 'year net the .. ARTICLE t. I Dry GoodS Clothing

.." \ 00Onsnaveragee,0onlyone, D. R. Corning and wife, of Los Angeles Said corporation shall hare the power to j jj Ii.
is : pauper a Cal., are among the tourists Who quire and own real estate and may lease, .,, ,
'year eared for there; and ,it proves are quartered at the Hotel Kissimmee. or mortgage the
.; a bar to..thOM.f' who would prefer' a ARTICLE 8, '
r'"" You can get whole set of fine decorated I' [ 'tATz.
awarded by the comnl The term for which this corporation shall efl: AND NOTIONS. i.
i" .sloners.T Crockeryware\ absolutely free by let, shall be nluety-nlne rears.ARTICLE .

J", The graveyard on the plaeecontaln trading with Stanford. Ask for particular 6. .
"u. : the bodies of two members of tha fa\m- *. . ,..;", w-. .. -.u __., LLf ,
z "
i. ",1.17.Una,.. on :the farm before- shall be conducted r>y the board of director:;*: v Ar7Fr ba r lr Ja>> A e
"., the 'MIiiM& d. Gotwall"t one of Kisslmnaee's which shall oonalst of not _lft.s than Jhrrn (>S) .
county purchased it and l
three paupers. young ladlesen nor more than ( ) .. ..; and sunkhnMeraof 1 .
f Fo about ten years the present supwlattNBdentt tertained charmingly said corporation, and the said braid J" ,
1,< R.Cape' has conductd Moray of shall .'.ut from their number President, Bra -------
friends at her home nlgbLMrs. relaryTrraurerand' Uenera
Manager who .
tlsisltarm'and < ..
/ .
tossy that he has chill such
appoint subordinate ,
*don hit entire duty is, puulnir it mild- R. Irving, of Orlando, who bits aiienu an they may deem necessary. officers for conduct and Tl1e ,Formula tells the .st = 't
T.' He is his post. of duty; been vieitingher daughter, Mrs. G. F. tog tho bualnea of add oorporatlon. And sold ry'j'
board of directors shall 11
-pd no idlehours are passed away. He Parker, for some time past, returned thorlty to....n... and conduct have the all power the business and an'

rpaiostaklng! with the trees, caring for home yesterday to spend the holiday! of said oorporatlon every kind, and charac Grove's Chronic Chill Cure -
; ,
Ifiiemaslf they ter lo make contracts borrow and loan
were hIs own,and the reJ .; mon.
; ,yes Hamilton Maryland :
e of makerand
? rult 1*that from a grove ttoUD' is execute notes or evidences of In
** mumps nine t.o the down here to spend a few months 'with I debtedness.. Issue bonds at any time to such an Not a patent me .year1 ago/ ; be has on? of M.rsbaIMcPh.t.ter. This i first amount and In such denominations their a p his
'loaded theft neat'doWQ'mitres to an Ifa extent the State that tbe trees viattto,Florida, and he ladell&htedwltht.he -] Judgment-ibe may require, and necessities to execute of, when the. corporation.._....ry. Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK. Fluid 'Extract POPLAR BARJC' .
., ,. .- : are, required to preserve over. the oount.r7."Ed '. any trust deed, or security of mortgage on the, or franchise any deed, and or deeds any.and of Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY .ASH BARK

ih; branches Notwtthstahdlng; : the fact Hall left for Brunswick, Ga.; all property both ",..I.nd personal.of said our.poreUuD Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK
,,', .,1 himself, and, family are compelled to Friday night last to accept a situation :, for the purpose, ob.I Igstlons of performing or fulBlllngtbeoontraxiU Fluid Extract SARSAPARJLLA .

live ,id iq""ry Uncomfortable, nnsightX a* oiler on a dredge, boat with his uncle of every kind and nature of said corporation.or liabilities It Cures the Chills that other Chill ,'Cure.a a
,, X dwelling, Mr. Cape sticks '. 8ax :: Tonics Don't
.' to his post, JobnGotwarllesr: who has charge of > 2' The annual meeting of the .to.>Ih l.
and it_ would' .be aD'an'Impossibility the dredge. Ed leaves many friends den of said corporation shall be held In the TEe Best General Tonic.
the city of Klsssmmee Ovceola No Cure No Pay. Price 5Oc. iiI
county to find one,wquld] be more; here who wish him great, success .in his Tuesday after the hot Monday county I lu July Florida of each, on /
,4kfficlent,and painstaking; . '.1 new field pf labor1.; year. The lint annual meeting be held on
,..,:..The {prmeoet tbe county 94,000; ,,;but As. Tuesday aftsrlbr .. first Monday In July lent ,
we .....quite sure it could be sold for Christmas ,Day falls upon our Sac a.-Until the first annual meeting and -
three publication day, our next week's issue until theltsucce..ora.reelertodanA qualified I ,
*.I.ndld"IDoom that amount for now.the It provide will be printed on ,Thursday Insteadof the aged business by the of.following aald oornoratlon omo<*rsi shall IX-itler ie. man W* To Cure in .

( And Is aa institution .that deserves county, ,' Friday, in order ',that our office Siimerlln. Jacob Unmeilln and Ueo. N. 8.uut. a Cold One, :Day
: to er*, a* a board of director fa Two
be kept up and,improved., force may enjoy.the, holiday. Adver and ]>exet r W Days. :
as Prealdent. Treasurer I
and Ueneral
tisers should have their copy 'in for Mnnager. and Jacob Bummerlln Take Laxative Bromo-
5A"t; ; th'eannual oonferenoe'of the M. this issue,by ,Wwtaeiday noon ARTICLE 7. a tlecrotary QuinineuTablet(;. .A 'PH ,Oft every

II:. church in ]Uak. City, Bishop Wil John Wallacethe Arthur Field and The highest amount of Indebtedness or )lablllties Seven Mmion ls oxes sold in post U.maetbs. tplree'st'irs bOx. 2Sc, + ,r
son announced
the which
ft said
following appoint corporation can at Xaaa
Tony auy aaaaBaBaaxaaBtVWJaaaal taa
three naaaaaBaBliaaaBaaaaaaiaaHHaaaaaaaaa
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ments brJ909'tortheOrlando district from Michigan who have:been young :men i .n"time..rubJcetiuulf.ahatl.._..._.. . .I,........ be twenty-five thous'
A E camped --,- y- ----- I.
Hotwenolder .,
OH Uattfto' ,:l\. 4\tkIaIOD presiding; Apopka elders cIrcuit OP- i on down the the lake river shore Wednesday several weeks on an went extended -The' name and residences ARTICLE of 8. the personuubserlbing r-, +d't F t ; ++++F9'+t+++F+++9 H ++t+ h+++'6 M'd4++i' H+ -.8ontnern

Vqrk.j'. hone' supplied; Maitland hunting, trapping and fishing to the capital" cluck of said corpuratloa- t 'Geora1a &Florida'RAILWAY
circuit, F.A Taylor; Conway mission and the number 0' sham subscribed esoh'text Semi
, trip. by
to be supplied: They' are well fitted out, and areu fol lows: Tropical Nurseries t II,

Bartow, F SI Bridges XI..lmmeet.1: Mulberry F Bell; will I no doubt thoroughly enjoy .the .faw. 8unjmerlln, Rartow Fla., XI share*. i '
supplied outing Jacob Snmmerlln. Rlsslmmee, Fla .
: 1.har.n 8UWAN. .IVRR'
;: .OUT..
byT E York Fort P
; .Meade and Qeo N. Saunders Ki..Imuiee. Fla, 3 .hare., Orlando/
Bomeland E' T Hardee; Bowling Mrs. J, A. Pickier went up the Mld- In w lines* wboreof, we have hereunto set Florida, SCHEDULES 1N EFFECT lONE 28.'JIIOI.

Greob.1"W. Austin; ,Wauohula, T J land Tuesday to Waco to, look after our bands and seall .the Sib d.)' of Denem- i ,
Pink: Arcadia, B F Mason; Nocatee some property owned by her husband, bar,... V. 11103.Duren' W.- If you intend planting' any Fruit Trees this fall send me list -

: . {' DeSotO'-Cfrcuit, W F,Fletcher; ivr wiv ........ Iurpo.e u l"rom mere UlOHOE N. i Aii.. _n_",M. iaBTATt ..11 Pear and all kinds of Nursery Stock. Jack.onylll" 01, 760pen 716am
Fort Myers,. B W Lawler; Alva cir she goes to her home in South Dako n'J' I ICOUMTT I ArVadosa. .. ......if08pin it00am ,
or FLoaioa, I Ar1ifton.. .. .......: 1286am
cult' D it Switzer; Fort Bassenger; to ta. when later on she will return and or OacBOLA.f Before me the under | 0X503 W. R. SPEIR. Ar Cordele.... ..'.... ,46a, m J2811pm t48pm r
be suppliedfErerglad,, mission.), spend the winter in Florida,, possibly signed authority personally come DexeU W, tAtx T (
plied by ,JM Owens sup- in Klsslmmee.. Mr. Summerlla. Jacob. Bummerllu and UtIO. ++++ + At' AlUm"....... ...... 118. m .8 os y
; Sanford, ET pickIer will jj + t+++ ++++ +++++++ ++ p m
&0- Saunders each to me ..ellitnown to be. the + ++++++++++++++++++++ . ArCalmnbus :....... 1225pm; 613
'Bates; Oviedo circuit,' J H ,Mitchell: company.ber,when she returns --,;'named In and wbo-a.ed) the fOfocollll per ------ -- . .- '.[ Ar lontlom.r'.. .. .. .,. .. ,766 P pm m. w

Hloe'Umatilla.irenkl'A goes to West Palm H Cole.Beach. Be",* And H. I Geo.City Daniels Marshal McPhatter, arrested articles knowledged of Inenr. rsan.iyhar they re.peoUvel subscribed"ac. J.M. WILLSON, JR., "OIl Arahcoe osdir............ .edam and Wm. Ihesame for the
: Mcco JlUrpotie the' Oeo..l. Jc
eln 's
Bev-F, <,.J2.!? "lpp.was returned to!>&Jce white; hoboes, Tuesday and Mayor .nd.. In"orponLor a Or the Kl.lmmee e".r..d. I"I.h, ( NOTARY PUBLIC... > J. W. THOMPSON Ar Angu.ta.. .. ... .. ...... ,' 8 e6 P to +
Clty. toe and Stores. :
:' 7.t.. ". "' C' __ '! Aderbold found them gulltypf vagrancy comE EXTER W. SOMMERUM, ( STATE:. AT LARGE. ) .... .....726ain 716pm

> *'.The Times-Union of and sentenced them to work on the JAOPB BOHirtMIH, Real Estate Agent. Funeral Director and Embalmer -, tblumboa...... .. 7011. m .. .. .
., says:. 'The Oaoeola Poor'Farm)Wednesday streets 48 hours,' and Mo got Iota of GEo.noEN HAiraociu. KISSIMMEE.r .........-. ArRlrminPhem.. .. 1220pm ', .. .. .". ;
sells weeds cut down in that Bworn to and subwrlbed before FLORI Art..mpbl.... ... OIIPIII ... .. ..ts '
.,000 bo.1... Make length af time.: me ibis Oil> --
: these farms self- day of December, A D low t 11.0..1'.1.. ,
sustaining and the Inmates Hoboes having Kissimmee down on J N I .. '
will b -self- TAYLOR Ar MJhait.noog.
.jwsDectiiur.Instead1 their itinery bad better "cut {tout. [Seal:J NoaryPublloStile' I IJ '.,...,y lOOp III. 1 00. ... 'u ,
feelinw.thevare. atRxplree : &t Naehvil1e..,...... y
for .ttiaStfRAAM_ _ ____ a w.Ow..n.. .... ,> La..e. M' oomol.lon : :Flet. 166 plD .40.10.
> n n.n. - .
uperS"' And .every :cou t.7' could ; Feb 10th. J90B. 11.1. C.IIT. K...
,: nave' Prescott father FRENCH Fttl&LE I IPILLS Art one "under 'deoeo'lDaoanment... I i C. A. ; 724pm'
Mrs.. J. MADAME DE A'S Ar Cble'jfo ,.......:.. Uphamt. _
Tbe flrs&putlay would: be saved in cost'.I T. Owens; t:>f this place,' Bled at his Notice of Application to Sell f .a It. 8. .

Matadthe rest could be dobeby.those home in Wedowee, Ala. Monday, at Personal '......Cnrux Bnnt'W__,.,. 2 se a m 12Mpm 6
waiting for a job, while the weak could the,, advanced age of Property. Kmsvjfi! L ant *-l' .- ' 0.U. ,"r VJuofnnatt..w.. . .. ", .7:1e1: 1& ID Icetp chicken* ant do light work loth.. I leaves widow'and thr echildren and hereby II1YI'D' that 'wIII .. ..... -7 Mf.4d..1.wp14 f. .I .. r .. '
:. . o'the 4th a SIM jw woe' ...route wW.W: A"Ch'c..o..II./ :... .0 1.o..m _
d.yof ........ .. 1w
JaoUIl&Or.J v.: maDyot.her: January. A. u. 1204, apply t4, th. I s.wpul rlW.. it t;; ,
.. 1' . relative :,,and friends to Judge of Osceola County, Florida for Cotmty bar....._'... adwr N IM ywdr.W.i we Solid lralol, 'romJsckaonville; to.
r mourn their .toss... Wall : an order .,... : ''': Train ... Naooo.
(' .uosent R." Old Aged the last two,winter.* Kissimmee.Prescott .pent and " -.u.-..-..private.-.-..-. _....hale._n..A t one u certain.,.. stocks" of .-u.,-...... 'UO'CAL C.._.ra. t.aa.s.i:r.. k iraluteolnit from /borth Pa'atra from.n' JaokaonTlUe' Val;dOl', with" > A'd

'It's chi'n4tf fu1'rwbbnlyouthfalls' : -. "II made friends .innumerable-, other ond.nlOpe branded tn one LA,"earT'bSt'undernlck Jialf diamond above"in'th2. Sold tn KlMlmtnee by the OmcexkU Drag Co oo/i.Local renialnln-aleenenow In depot Dixieflrer until 7.SO a.trlql6rira m -, >; 3

,show proper1 respect for'old age, ,but It waa his intention to spend this win' marked oyenlo" "Dd.rblt In one eRr, alw '. . '!' , rullmsnHUger6leeplnt Car IromIsOkLoa. l
'uti ,the" contrary in the, case of Dr for here also.( He:teas ,, a prominent underptokloth.other. branded KZ, belt crop diamendkbove :-.--- . --- }villa chartie. to HW, Loul*. rla abore. ,route without '
tag' Nci.Life Pill. Mason and Knight of,'Pytbia ; said stock uf ail), being the a. : \ I'" of raraxn PUIe Flyer train, .\10..11..
.They cutoff mala and Acne ., 0' &Jor. "r."o" Aeree, RUI>".Eltell. pe THQMA80N.! \ '. knah't fluent.I.eper. on ttalntoCDleago4' 4
held In "r"'j
high esteem for '
i no matter how severe and Irrespec- his?:excellent Steven AlbertAcre.., Merth.t Rose Payelciiljand;: ) argsoa N1s wtthout ohanfie b
i of old age. ,Dyspeiula,..J"RO 'qualification} by all .bo"knew.; blmo 'OI Aaree a..4er.and Margaret, z.1t' 4u..bluor cbUdrell .At. CALLa "''''W..D. 'J ., u j i' ',.1 ... 4rt. .... 'I'" for I uehedulrl sdclraM aonthboond and*othbf5nf4ft.r j

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HmmGc;,Valley Gazette i ,Fireworks! .st'Dsnu'. Firecrackers,'at! DaDD'.,, Meals""at all ,HosW:;' 4>ehi/ It j f! ., .

NO.1l. Pay:,your subscription? Full llae 'of guns at,Watson's!. .. "have'' fitted np'' a'' lunch counter I 111 I}! PARK HOTEL :"yv: ;R; 'WHeeler\
IUrPHON .Wads the tuner '. IDI ...loOD and am prepared: to serv.
'. flop\ Xmas presents see.Conklln.Peghorn '
lunches on abort notice at all buslnesihours. I ::1 1
IED. EVE Y IMUDAY., ,.teti wagons', at, Wa.L8 Qt.., DOW nas a nice new I cnoolbouse. ... Oysters in any''style; ban ,.J. M.; CADDNMMtOPDIKTOK. ii\\I '.''AND.CONTRACTOR'' .,. ; 1.
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-T'NO' Presents for. all at Watson's. sand witches;'hem and eggs, hot ooffei 1 avILDJ.-r
Big lot'yrup' cans. at Watson's. Price Furniture at Graves A etc., '1I ned at reasonable prices.:J; 'L 1 \ ; .Rates $1 :Per'' Day. KIseimmee florida. .' "
; ,
< : Graves',, 4 ; "Uncle Dad;" will be I In S rte
WOHay DDIRlOTORY. Moe line clocks, Dann's. the Shot: Hopkins I
.! ! :Man. Jack Hancock is having his ourjo. charge to see that our customers are Special arrangements; 'by : Modern. CollonJal! and ArtrC--' ,
." -PYWMut sea Bab shop painted properly: treated. _We solicit<.yonpatronage the month. Comfortableroom <
land 7 o.olook. Prayer ..*. : h # tic Dwellings. specialty;
Read the new' : ,
ad of J. W. Thompson In this llae : ,
... ;
7 7 p. m. .ba&Ia la this Issuer' < James Dale and wife made a trip toTampa 11 and table furnished

cedar J.: r'Cent, Paator. . ',Mondays R. T. BCTLEB.j the'best the, market affords i Jl SATISFACTION, 'GUARANTEED" ,; t /
'Prier. R. M. Duroff Is again 'clerking for .. \ *
BKDHOII-O. J. Putor. : : <,1 1 I
Sunday U a,>m. and T m A, E., Bearden." New 'goods arriving at Gnioe A VaMN .. ofi
p. .
ry e 1FlM NS/F1/ 1M+UiAiM .. 1 .
.... Bratton's- prices.A. I ,
u Unf n. m. Sunday r : ,"
In. Prarar moathiiaryThanVMtort See our line of new shoes lust receivedGiuloe&Bratton j Business Locals' i "
: :!!always w.' om.. ;/ i O. Benton, a merchant of Peg- ; ,
Enicortl CHIMMSH,-Datld Drerk. ., born was In the city Tuesday !
... on tna .800..'". Son Dr; T omuloQ'a ofBos 'phooe IsNo .toe I
jionth M"raln. .."100 ., 10M 41-wo t4ags.IV! Arnoldamerchant at St. Cloud ..
nlnaMrrlon' ., t:-o o'clock. Junction, was hero Tuesday -'
MAN CHOacH.DlTln.' wonblp ,Fin Chins Closet given Jo. away by 'Guitar at Dana's. Don't Send Your Money Away.:'
knday and third Sunday, tp eavhnln Jno. M. Taylor. of Bayport, was at
( service at 11 m., ..., Even- Dann the Shoe Man.' the, Hotel.Kisslmmee Monday. New shapes lp Men'. HaLl at:'Kats'j.: I ::
?> 7:00 p.< m. Bnnday School .at C.: W.' Griffin Is building an addition '
B. Mi-rlo. at 1:16 P.- ... Fray.r J. ti. Padgett l"of Gainesville, was School Shoes: .M Stanford's gusra.n-: !
4..r ...nlnr:'Invited., 7:00:to alund p. ra.then JC.*- to his residence, at the Graves.ti.oule.MoncU.1... teed ?I noticethat, ,many people ,are' In the habit, of' sending
stock Christmas
', r', O...RTII:HTtoord Futor.D.ou. In Largest town at SLanford of ',. Goods 'A good investment.Lots. on clay Leave orders for Stove Wood at the i7 away for what they need 1 before; getting; ; the home, dealer's

8opt.- .of. L'bl .. ; road 'tOO each.-J .M. Willson jr. Box Factory, '__,_.' 47 price on the same article. Now,' I wish 'to Ito say that I will k
- -- Get.a Watson's '
Weather Report., niture. "chance No extra: at charge. fine fur. Circuit Court. Clerk John M. Lee An elegant, line.' of ',Ladles' Musllo "' furnish any article in my line at the um"price any.othef merchant ! 7'

Tar rs a.TVaa-was.'1e.ntreaT The Llllle brought up "860 boxes: : of: mad. a business trip to--Orlando. ,. Tuesday. Underwear at Kai.'...-_' will, fit must be on the same terms. So' make out's; '

.".1111".. Dec. 17 tOOl.- ,oranges' on her last trip. -. ,Alton Bronson's wife presented'hln Go to "Dana the Shoe Man" for everything your.orders,'brjng; in your catalogues; with prices) bring; a.nd.() ,

Mss., Mtn.KM. m J. C. and Arnold' .Bass went to'Or with a twelve-pound daughter la.lweek. In the Shoe line. S" give; me the cash to send away with the order, take the goods' 5.
-fall.ks lando,on,business, Monday. ' Buy your Shoes from Stanford, the when they come! whether It is what you order or not, or wheth67 "t .in*
Noold''' shells 'When In need of kind) of haulIng old shoe man. f
any reliable ,
brought over from
,..., m00' '....1 last 'season at Watson's.;'' or Braying call on'Time Bass Or er the quality,1s! any good; or not, pay all freight and express .. ;

.,.,. 75 r.1I..1.I :J .iudire'ohnlon Is J. C..GrU1n.. Stanford has an up.L -daLe, line of "7 charges; and assume all losses and breakage; in transit., The t iftp '
,.,: 74 ,48 ?..; Improving slowly, ,, Men's Hats Neckwear, Ac. ,
... 410 5?,, .- but Is not able Lobe out yet,, . E. P. Kennedy of Winter Haven o.. "7 .above is exactly what (f. required when' orders are sent away.:" -.I '
70 ; .... was 1n the city Tueaday" a guest Your subscription for any Book or
dd' '.l (,L.,* Time Bass will have his 'new stable the Park: Hotel. Magazine: at publlsner's price, and S gut when'your money is all gone and you need 'a New Stove,

.r-r 8IMP80W. i;:. M. running In full blast next week .-- .O.-B. and Bruce Floyd, of Orlando,, save you the postage at Dan ,'. ; Sewing? ; Machine, Purniture'Building; Material! '.or' anything! '.In ; \0- tt

AH Xmas' goods,must besold at Wat were In the city Mondays-guests of the Ladies, 'before buying your. Fall t" line come and see me .', orr
son's. The price will them. ; '
move '
for Insertion of advertlse- Hotel Kisslmmee, Dress Goods, Trimmings, tc., call on. S'my .. .
ng the reading matter on L. J Conoly of Conoly, Fla., 'Was Hereafter the telephone office will H. C. Stanford and save money.. -
is line each Inal a guest of the Park Hotel Monday. close' on,'Sundays all 8 a. m., and open r '
ten cents per: ., Stove Wood. J. W. WATSOfN.kss : :
Mrs., Sallle Pllley went to Orlando again at 6 p. m.- : J f=

on a Visit to relatives and frlendl The'KI..lmmee Drug Co. Is "J having l ,We will lumlsllSLove'Wood. delivered I "

Tuesday. the awning- la front of the store painted .to any' part of town' at. $1.00 per Sst asssss sssss ssII : ': }
Strand. MAYNAttILwesuaCo. :
Joseph Seymour wife and child'of on the Inside,, w 1 I $

News. Orlando, were at the Hotel Kisslmmee Mrs: W. E. Cadman and daughter, To Cur A Cold in One D,,.. %

; last'Frlday.W. of Narcoosee, were In'the city Tuesday Take Laxative Bromo"'Qulne TableU. 1 'v

- I -Burroughs was over .from on'their, way to Orlando.. v .. Ail druggist refund the mODel II'LOWNEYJS CANDIESCHOCOLATESAND I :

toot Fleming's Island Monday, and was a Col. R. B.;Seymour, who'bas been If Its.falls to cure. E. W. Grove I, .,
guest of the Park Hotel. In KlBsimmee for some time past, re Ktgnature II on each box. 25o osceojaPharmacr. e tt'f;. Nw'"
'i_ turned to Miami Tuesday i
'Phone us'your wants Lancaster's new Photo Gallery. '
is the place to have first-class Photos will ,
The State Bank of Kisslmmee \ ?: %J .I
We'll do the running.; made for Xmas presents.D not open at all on Christmas Day and f ,. a 'N"'ONS ,

P Graham has added a new surrey New Years, they being holidays. A 't.t.1. '' .'
his' .
to !livery stable equipment Senator Carson went out to the poor ."' <1' .
I which makes a nobby turnout .', t \;:)
look after the
form Tuesday to orange terLargestStockand
- BOXES 35C.TO$2.-Tfi.
son's Rugs.! ; i I Marshal McPhatter Is treating! his crop his company has purchased. "" ::,S t:<
residence coat of which
a paint,
Looatl.on' W. B. Maklnson expects to soon
greatly. Improves Its appearance. .open grain and supply store-in his Freshest' Candles In'Town. } ;:i :
Xmas goods ; ,, rf
II Capt. Johnson of the steamer Rosed warehouse located on the railroad. Having; secured the' services of "

btographs, see Lancaster. a brought up 350 boxes of oranges Mrs Aldermanof Ft. Fierce who Is Dr. C. H. Carpenter of New York, Fruits, Tints'Crackers, Tobacco' and ,Clears., : .f\ '; :',
and other freight the last : ,
on trip.
here visit to her sister, Miss .
on a
w top buggies at Watgou'l.want who Is a graduate of the Burlington "
; . .
v W. D. Johnson returned from Gear- Emma Morgan, Is reported quite Ill. ; z: s
Oulca & (Vt College, the College l ] t.til't. V ,
| 'suspenders, see > ) Medical ; ". : ,
gin this week and brought with him ,
arrived bereMonday.wlth
Mr. Hyer of Orlando '
t. fifteen experienced turpentine hands.. a drove of horses.and o* Physicians and Surgeons; ; -'10.'fj'. A. TI ESS. 'j:" r, ,
all ace made trip to Orlando Beaman'lILable. (N. Y.) also the College; of Opthal- ,- i\U" h ." I.'
To reduce stock I will sell all goods mules, which he put up at. \: ': .' .
at reduced prices until January let. urology; (Chicago, Iii), for the next '" """ :" f.

ads at lowest prUttt
L.- O. Drl gs bal arrived hereto look been stopping at the Hotel Kisslmmee' pared to examine and .treat'your -- r'r nth; r,''

p..A. Carson went. up to OrlariJay. after his fine grove In Orange Hammock for some time departed. for California eye troubles and to spectacles

and will probably make this Wednesday and eye glasses. I
his future home. Walter Barber and wife, of Orlan- office ,from } :
rice of Tarps was1. In the _:Can be found at my Santa Glaus
irday', L. P.:' liughey and wife have gone do. are'here on "a visit to the familyof 8 to 12 a.m.. and 1 to 4 p. m. 4
R. B. Bryant.. and will! remain dur-
to Braldentown to visit relatives and :... M. D.HHolidayHlnfcs .
of Picture Moulding'Just arbompson's. -
i tn the hope that the change will Lena- ing.the holidays. ,

fit the former's 11 health.M. Osceola county received from the 'i, !
raves ar., and a drummer, S. Moorman manager for 1ha. .State, tor redemption of tax sale certificates 'l.'.)(,. W' '
loves Tuesday. for the month of April 970.04, i ,
Florida Finance Co., was at the "
j Jamison of Lakeland, was I Graves House Sunday and left 'for, and for May '9175.34' !"N. ._ 9 Has Established HisHEADQUARTERS, ark, ,

raves House Saturday. the Ashton grove Monday. W. B. Marcum, manager of the l' .c .1 '

Jillllps, of Fernandlna, ,was. Some'light-fingered gent "touched" Ice plant has resigned that position I I Iy I f f i
?raves House Saturday., .Attorney' Taylor for $150 Tuesday to accept one succeeds at }'ort"Myers.him hers. and C. .= (1 Ir : ,::;; ;:
'and the *The O. Key ton t ""
escaped-wihh booty.
night, = . ".. ...
'Mr. _
motb- = .. __ 2" .
. Fryer's '
/imams "
located. _, '
robber has not yet been Hon., J. W. WaLson' aDd wife have PerLuiiuS -- 7 ,I. \ ,
a.vlslt to Lakeland' i ii ., r '
ned from y' J '' '' .. ,
Ricksecker's :
Superintendent Hlnlon went to n l'lengel' returned from Miami where .they ; "At, the r Store of'' ,
I"nettd Tuesday to visit the school ,,'en'Lo.; attor.d the funeral of Mrs. tt Ool ;ate'., Roger, & Oallet's, 9r 9 z ; :, ,,1'i'\ 'i1'f: '
| _of Lougbmdnrwas. In Watson's father R. M.Chaffer/, : i f wr! ,, ,'.jf'
there. His -office in the courthouse ' ; f : ': h
btel.Jass ond..y" and registered at the will be closed during. absence R; ft): Waring arrived ?sere from; :I Lundbprj.Pinaud's. r H" ,e: ue'.' ",t ,Sf'wh'a'ariinv.q fo'f'd' U3.. ',".' '. 'lM..; ,

, The\Womao'IJIomo\ Mission 'Socie Norfolk -Ya. on"a visit to = w

and'family left'for Whlt- ty have changed their p.lace, of meeting his brother, .M..o.Warlnlt', and will = Leather Goods--ig |;. .' r'"tk"I.. .....,;,
visit to relatives here two weeks or more. = i
day ,on n for a tea tonight from Mr. Dr.' remain " "'

ods. I Thowa .on's-Lo Mrs, .K. F. Hall's. Go tO'VVarlng's: for8ugar. i Medicine C a s e s to. .:Pocket r The Orlolnatpp ot Low,, '.1. "i'r., \

,ose beautiful Cups and Sautes 16 lbs to Dollar = Books Traveling; Sets Pocket -- ,
n.T. Butler is getting the ma'ertal' .. Prices In', Kisslmme ', {
and other dishes at 'V aL- Grit so Manicure Sets. Card Cases -
onthe Abby Smith lot purchased of J. CASH. ; ;u;
;WiJlson ir. this week and will nice, 19 u. f Flasks and Drinking; : :
can't find the Christmas rush Uxcompletion a handsome swelling here in Leather Cases. YOU l

f ou'.. want anywhere. el.e"o LL to-:. I a Will Calyer his sister.of Tampa Mrs. Tom la Ellis.on I .Cups Ii I ,And Invites to Inspect His :;,

-- J. C. Wallace, who has. been tendIng Osceola county '
He was-formerly an .
Son ladle.! DeauLltul'China \ bar for A. E. Bearden for several" boy and his many friends here areglad I CML' Glass BRIC A BRAC = A'.-ro' t..

|ven away Enquire of Dann, years past, gave up his job Saturday, ,to greet him.. ; / Noveltle8f E .Xmas Goods J.fJ. > ',
and I. Jo South: Florida seeking other Books Fancy Goods, Games j' ,- --- .
i Man., .. work. J.. 'B. Padgett departed yesterdayfor Medalions I Ii J.'l.'t'' "
of Bender- Kisslmmee,' in the vicinity of which Toilet ,
?lckerns and wife + .
2.. of the Graves Capt. Bridges arrived here Sunday place he has a large: naval stores establishment. i Picture Frames, Etc* n: '' .
were guests
night and left Monday morning for He expects i.o be 'a.bsent =
fid ay last. the convict.cafnps with the three prisoners = Sk
several days.Galnesville Sun. = for Everybody ;
I McPatter's new cottage convicted in the circuit court Presents :+
vmpleted and- ready for coy last.week. ... A negro wan found dead on the tram I OSCEOLA PHARMACY ]I II :' : .,C ,

T> net week. Non-residents who-come here to road at Louffhman Wednesday morn- *.' . f,..';Yttw, 4S'S _

Ward, secretary of the hunt should remember that a license! Ing, 'There whether lea he difference shot himself of opinionas accidentally i I N.. H. Hunter, MerT"7, \ '.r' The stock embraces; everything; that human i ingenuity; l could: ... :y,;1: ; !1, .

nd Co.returned from Wash must be procured. Sheriff Prevatt and to or deliberately committed suicide. ,, f 'devise'to amuse, lnstruct\or; be of any ..service ' humanity ? 'i'If.&J'. '..
O., Friday, night. his deputies will arrest any party-.vio tNNNNNNNNNNCOURT condition position everything{ 1 : .
law.: any age sex, or coloW-.nythina- : ; '\\i '.
;raph of yourself makes a ,hating this Catfish tare beginning to come 'In, 'In Holiday goods is represented ,to. men :. '!>. ,' -. ,

latmas present, to send to There will be a Socialist lecture Jan.atthe0peraHonseon from down the river. The W. B., Mak- tion only a few of the most notable, such as the Goods in EndIe.a'f' : '
See Lancaster. the nightof ,
pds W. R. Gaylord, of Wiscon- inson Co-shipped three boxes Wednesday Quantities. Toys In'everY\: conceivable D&Sign! ; 'that ,will 'carry; / ", ,
( O, Tatmaa Is preparing to 1904 by hereunder and Mr. Donegan says that 'NEWS child-Toilet Sets Smoking 'Sets Shaving Sets i t"
side, Ivorth Klanim-. sin. Admission tree. He comes wllLbe In full blast when Pleasure to a ; ;.! c
oe.1n {
red, renovated and painted. the .auspices of the Socialistparty. the-orange season,closes Crockery, Glassware; etc. If you wish' a present forany! one, _

Is from this cIty who are' at- The Kisslmmee correspondent of the :don'tfailto? see our stock-before buying. -we ,can please you: w ; .,,
hull and Tine Bass purchased this that G. F. Stilling i
Times-Unionsays _
liege at Lake City are ex- ,
to-morrow to spend the Week through J. M, W.ilson Jr 's real Is about to close a deal with W. L. AT '
"*'- estate olljce the corner lot north of VvnDuzor' & Co. for a large timber : .gats'. ,'or. lYt
Hinty John Beaman's. stable. They expect tract. He expects to erect a sawmill

poor farm Is without annd to make improvements on the property and stave factory Klsslrnnaee. Queen. ",Quality Shoes for, Ladies., ... ,+ l rDouglasShoes
so is the county jail. Can at once. .' w
In the State make The barge towed by the steamerItoseda 'I for .Men.
[county THE :.W.'I'I4.; .
Will Hancock J. N. Calhoun and \.. .. .
wing? :, sank in fifteen feet of water off -- ,* .. .. ;".
1 D. O.Lee went out to hunt doves one Fleming's Island' Tuesday night. It .. .... '
: --
tax' books are now open, day this week with the' following result was loaded with 300 boxes of oranges .
'I with 55 shells, killed ... '. .:.. -
ix-payers: : wanting to saved : Hancock from the poor fann. The work of recovering -
call on' -City Mar.hall 38! Calhoun with .33 shells, 19; Lee,. the fruit and raising the Court:: Houe.. .5 ', "S' S , r,' S 4
with 66 shells.7
at once. I barge... was begun Wednesday. ? CoOoOOOOC'"S II;

col., got craay drunk!: : The A. C.: water' tank at 'The'buildings 'on Broadway oco F '

night and.was arrested by this place collapse hear afternoon pied by the City Bakery and Post- :'. : :NEW MARKEJBASS1 S' '
loPhatter.. Mayor Aderhold and the crash was nearly office are for sale at a bargain. This : : It. .
,$5 and costs3. allover town.' The escaping water business !locations ;
oy. Is one of the best :' ,"'.- 81
flooded that portion of, town.. Luckily Klssimmee and one of the best rent- tt _
: Swa lon .and, children: no person was Injured. Ing properties and always L.D'STAND. ..
renLAp *
d here from Lake City Satrlslt "
Dr. D. of NewYorkarelved to -M. '" .
Buck and wife ply NEWS
her slste Mrs. O. G. XMAS
ring the'holidays. here yesterday morning, : Ag't. for Owner.PeLer"J : d,>TV REAVES .
,. :
and have with .
arranged Capt. of this ,.
arker has sold all''of his of the Pollyfor a two weeks trIp down Schuur formerly PROP'f
ats to parties In Sanford; the river which they will, devote to place, but now"a wholesale fruit Kal- ; ;
II'' them -.Tuesd ay. They fishing and hunting. They 'were here produce commission merchant this at f I. . I
inaletter '
nest. ever? In this seoi' noade. such Mich to, paper { t .
seen last winter'When the, a and .the.bestchoicest-Beet, .
er.aj.C..oba/te/ $40 'a ton, Attie Handlesliotliingbut. : ,. Pork -
trip with-Capt. -
|Bass na x>i.'n.nTrprlse", 'A1a., .. , GUber! ; : : Flortda'lruckers' will get immense prices '-! .., and Muttonthat,, the market .affords.' Orders solicited-< I!:'" 4 i'

peed here,for the past* three We under stand-tee-WJ, B. 'Makingson In. for cabbage.' -' Plant- all you can. ** ,. and promptlyattended: to;< Free delivery, 1 In':/;.tgwp. ' '.. *:; tlA: !"
Company will again engage : "I ,
burned home''Wednesday.' He The'ArleQuarLett.e ;'appeared last n r., . .' ,
\ "
the business "about Jan. let'' :: r \ ,
Ivlnjr! Klssimmee a. write-up grocery night/before a'large and, enthusiastic i ; . :, :
me 'PrfVtr: 'J{' .They now occupied will-open by up Ji In 5V their Mo her;'old son?*Stand, Mr: audience.* ,This Quartette Is certainly to , . ....' '. ,. t-J:! ,""I t .; Hi

Lankford; o'r the Shingle Roberson )has: not yet fully decided as one of the best on the American will platform want' Kissimmee' :Drug [ Co. TERMSi. "CASH'." : '' HO'N J'1'f .

elghborhood. was in town totwhat he will do, but willprobably, to-day. 'The season.Francis'people: J ." .' . .. <_ f4' .r
next: : : '
and mad this ofioe '. pleas- 'them'again t
Ot .
engagajn ne baatneeel looobbooooooocx
somajDUxer ,
_Tie',is 'frettniff'up' a, party Norton; Jacksonville At ,,the- .
Wlitson's advertisement. tortuin Kisslmmee, Dec*.25, .
L>hunt durID ," brl.tmal. .See _new. ,, ',IiZ' D

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Hoiir:did you do';. Bee'dedrr"l, :

"$b. was' crossing,' the street ... "': : ;

Beatrice pulling, her head away Iron ; O UR. BUDGET JOHN. L. BEAMAN.

Alecla's light fingers that Wen removing .
-ber bwunet and veil, und making I .

''WINTHROP'S b wore fluffy the soft bale on her> forehead QF HUMOR...
_, ,, "and she stumbled. ltwaan't aid
2 xfovtl. anything really, only I wouldu/t/ have ..: .. 'Livery F88

PTM done Jt-I tell you Alecia! I will 'fiulsUIt ,

.JEAN KATE LUDLUM.f: -had I known who,bA was. ;;' o.e.t It. -

4 'IC' .'nIJ".", JLoBKkr. o"&a''a *o.r. nsM: s V' \Vbere Is Annette?" questioned Ale With these facilities at hand Stable Stable !,
cla. 'She was with you. Bee. $be He'd certainly have had ,
"\ CiAPTEItL: mother somewhat sternly; for Beatrice of the The time of his life, w.r. it not that
will tell' us Connectedly
His time of life
forbids _
(Continued.) vSa Bomctliries too childishly lmi>ul- :.. -rllCk.
1P :\ .,'We !,have'"rot yet met'tun t liatciul'' Hive, per mother 'aid."" "If you have 'l"u" She has gono ,home;'!' replied ,! .

,. 'Ifr.AVlatbropr"; Jibe wrote ono day to been toDelphi, surely you have gained Beatrice. frowning. "1 dldu't want i .Tb. 11..0. I I Finest Turnbuts in Town.
ward flip end little denrr Smith ,
of tho secoud winter. a wisdom uiy her to'come In. I knew that you would 'I -"Why la 'It that Intellectual
"You any his mother and Miss Gray "Not an Atom of wisdom! said question heV, and I wlll'oot have that women! do not make good mothers'" I .

U E are sell here, although the ogre biro- Beatrice, shutting her red lips' as This is r111'affair Alerts! ' !t.( : ,1: arown-"TLey don't usually get a

,Celt is back,at his grl\ldlng'ofII<:H"r; though she crushed down Home fury of I "'Vhn 4 s_she like Bee'" :asUod Corn chancy:, my boy"Town Topics Aent Oil

IIsd we met him-or thl'lu-I nxsuro'you feeling "Owy proof of an old My I presently "Is she real borrld-a sort ., ., I I t for StaflW C COMpaflY.i

,!' It,, would hare soured every drop Ing. mammal""What ,' of ogrcsif, you know?" N..b Veflnod. ;
of the aweetucs In Parisian sugar I old saying, BecT You must "Uow could'she 'fall .tOI i be borrld.!*-'' Tommy Figgjuni "Paw, what 1* ;
r plans! lie'would turn even the' learn to be more definite In expression;; said! Beatrice.coldly'being. hU'mother meant by 'bpgglng the question?"' '

a'' water River of our Heckles into tho and have: mono self-control. I did Cora !" '. Flggjam"When a girl !1 s doing'all =.. -it

bitterness. of Marali\ It would be a hope that this trip would "bcueflt you "Hot what does: she look J like'" 'persisted r In her power to get a' fellow Into tI.... L-: KISSIMMEESTBAMEU <

1S wintry day when wo wet Though he In that .Way, child." ' Corn. "1A she.tall and big with notion-of proposing.. -"-Baltimore' Amer. 1.L .

were dying I would not lift pi/ band "..\.nd It ImSn't?, Bay the truth right a hard voice and cold eyes and tbat; lean. .. .1 r
4 'to. save him! There Is a rumor-doUclouKly -" out. mamma-I don't 'mind)" repliedthe know?' "
you The :food .ad the ) .
faint-that an Aniesfcan family gU-1. though a vivid red spat burned 'k
"And did she thank you In a way Church-"Tell me what, yon eal and ROV'DE'
baa arrived In Paris for A flying ''In each smooth cheek and a. flame that made Avlsu hadn't saved ,
t you you I'll tell ;you what you are. :
glimpse ,of/ugar plums. .tf,1t, labepha ; was in her eyes as though the Olyni- her", queried Kathryn laul'lIT."all .
( .. touched 'Gotham-"Well, 1 eat bash at Mix-
phlnn goddess had her therewith .
( soino people do. Bee? \ urn's restaurant. UOSEADA
ended abruptly otter a heavy fire. ''But the old saying that I
S dash of her pen: specially ..meant -mamma, la of the "Noveho didn't; said Beatrice,.t-roaa- Church--"Thon ;you're a fool"Yon'kern Captain Clay Johnson Sr. 'Captain Clay Johnson, Jr.
be all
ly. ,The truth, would not at Statesman S '
:Tour modern Beatrice Ccncl Field," 'mills of the pods' that grind so slowly pleasant for her to.tell to these.! girls-, ________ % t -Regular-weekly trip 'to Bosslnger! and return. Roseada'IeavesiCiuhn't;

t And Gregory Bensoqburst"under The spider-like wheels of their It was bad enough for her to have Couldn't Kill HI**. 't mee Tuesday morning and arrives Kllllllmme1J Friday evening. _

a' stood that If ever the opportunity machinery made a revolution today. to acknowledge oven to, herself "How Is Dobbs-. bear be has, beenvery SpecialCharter Trips to Lake Okocchobee and Fort Myers on the 14111.
+ for Beatrice Field be kind under-my Lander'Mrs. Rates reasonable.
came to to "Then what did she nay?" asked Althea. sick." Comfortable accommodation'for passengers.

i y JohnVlnthrop, she would remember: "' Field sighed over'this Incorrlglble ."Of course she said something, "That's what!. Nine doctors failed te Th. most picturesque Waterway In Florida, ,
1, what Alccla had suffered through him. girl; Cora laughed; Marlon Bee Field! relieve him." For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to .

So far however nothing special had shrugged her shoulders dlsdafnfully) "IIow can you expect me to remember "Great Scott 'be must .be tough!"- CLAY JOHNSON an-. -Proprietor,.
occurred save Marlon's engagement to and raised' her eyebrows; Kathryn what-ebe said?" .retorted Beatrice. Ch'cago Itecord-llerald. ,., On board "Llllio," Klsslmmee, Fla

(Y a wealthy New Yorker who had followedthem'to and Althea and Frances waited ex Irritably; rising to leave tbe room rearing -- A pEVEI'ZJ

it; Europe and bad won pectantly. I .
lest she be too closely .pr ssed. A Flat rtel.sal.W11ie"Let's :
sx t her th.ereand;, Kathryn Franklin's engagement Alecla reached out her band. to her "One seldom remembers details at ; play we are married '
; and innumeraVie\ quarrel slater. such a time Althea." Little Beosle-"Have You ever played

,i and reconciliations.with an_.American "Ybo___ dramatic________ child_____,! Cams____ _here___ at nonce "But you would" murmured Core It with, any other girl IT' : MAN HIS OWN -oqeT01t. 1.

3 artist in Rome, who'otten.:-neglected and explain,' she said disappointedly yet not daring'to further Willie-"No." .. By J. Hamilton 7V.yer M.. 'D. j\

: bis studies to be. with the charming Beatrice shook her head. question this willful sister of Little Bessie-"Then you cant prac.
t '
"I haven't much she replied A'niustrated Book.-ooDtall1lnC vwls*Information per- f.
woman of his choke to say.. hers. For if the truth"must be known tlce on me. -Smart Set.
1' But one morning Beatrice and Mrs steadily. "I prefer standing here when Beatrice looked ns she did at -- twining to diseases of the human system showing how to treat and .

Glendenning were shopping. They bad where I can easily escape should horror 'that-moment .Cora was considerably Th Young Thins; O'ry. .J -,sure with simplest of medicines. The book contains analysis of r
setae I have "I'went to California. said distinguished oourMblp.And marrisgc rearing and management of children,besides
but just left the "Belle Jardiniere.: yon; avenged you to afraid of her. "You never forget.Bee ( !the, ;
iy't I Beatrice was chatting delightedly of same extent this morning, Alecla Gra !" Western man "as a, forty.' valuabU prescriptions, raelpea, etc., with, a full. complement
ham. I life of at nlner." taste in materia medics that .veryon..boeid know. '
the beauties they had seen when she saved the some. one "Yes." said Beatrice coldly, flashingher -
rf paused suddenly grasping her com- the 'Belle Jardiniere.' V Cora. "In that i Lear me!" r"plled the very annoying Tais moat indispensable adjunct to every well-regalated household Mil b*
eyes; upon you are
';panion's arm with, a stifled exclamation. "You. Bee Field T Whose life was right. Cora-I never do forget' girl; "were you marked down from !mailed postpaid to any address on rooeipt: of price, 8IXT.T;: OENT&A
w itr fifty?"Washington'Star. .dras.;
"but. before you go." Joined (n ,
_. i>-An elderly woman who left the' gay A clamor of tongues; Interested fares ---..
Marion coolly "we shall be glad to ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE. iieWTD'TTilriITA,11A._ "
lfl.r PreforoiMW t1.oes. "
In of attentlv
ahead new place quietly
abop Jnst of them had been o learn
i what this man's mother docs "Does '
1"! vainly/ striving to attract the attentlon Even Mrs. Field forgot;-her annoyance look like Beatrice' It should be a your daughter play MozarU"inquired
of her coachman who engaged at' the girl's heedles aoesll. the ;young man with gold d
? gratification to you to describe her If glasses. -- - --- -- - - -- --
la flirtation with a "What do you mean Beatrice?" b
y pretty nursery "
) she is such
a disagreeable person. "I think sue doeao.werell Mrs.Cumrox .
maid seemed quite to have forgotten "Guessf 1
"I did not that she Is dlsagrl'C'able. e
n' Ida duty.He bad driven and "I'm a Yankee. but I can't." said say affably "but I think ahlt prefers
up down "
Marlon! Beatrice paused In the
pt rt waiting for his mistress, and had Kathryn, laughing.. "Tell us,*Bee, like doorway bridge whlst.-rWashlngton Star. Florida East Coast Ry 7

cP; .Q paused on the opposite side of the a good child." "Oh Indeed! But you certainly In Not Wasting 'Tlma."What's r

,t' ...street Finding her effort In vain, the I "GuessT' repeated Beatrice, with alnualcd II,. Bee. You sold that 'she the matter with old Fred?" -

i woman .attempted to cross the street that slow, stern shutting, of tbe lips could not fall to be' horrid being his asks one workman. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect .April II, 1903-

rregardlesss, of the passing'carrl.ges, that came only with intense. anger or mother.' What else Were we led to 'E's got a splinter in his '.'.d." says i
a and atnuibllng, would have fallen under exclteuH-nt. expect* another. 1OIIT1I.0000d-IUD! OWN. aosrssouaoau0tR.Me.1e .

the hoofs of an approaching: team, Perhaps' tbe ODe name ,was in the I "Well of course, she Is horrid!" declared "Whyl!don't '8 pull It out?" ..... N.PI Na.4Sa .71 '

had notBeatrice sprung forward and minds of all, suggested by the glr1'. Beatrice desperately. "But ..bedocm't "'Wot!...4n his dinner hour? Not like.lyr'TitBjts. DatJ7. atr.: STATIONS. I ball,. Dally.i0 _"_

tS pulled her away and back upon tbp face; but only Althea Dunraven bad look so, Marlon! Her face Is } :

r pavement. the hardihood to utter it In her soft !! i.0. LT.. ... .....tJaekaanrill.., .,.*:Ar t ".
Anofficer'close' very sweet In .expre.slon-mlld. you 1 0 .....::..,::......$, "...k..UI..L..4. t 41'. '
t- at hand started to pretty voice."John know--and ber eyes are blue, like blue At 11. alma Plat*. I I H 10 Ma .... ..('... .. .M"1".n.. .. ..... .lIOa I 'I .
rescue bee but Beatrice bad waited Wiuthrop, Beet bells-like A.lecla'a-aud her hair Istheloveliest 1l..... ............... Uu Ian.........'"....:... ... 11'a
for no ...latan The Beatrice shook her bead. Her Up J! 111 11 4tn .:. ..... ...'s. Paltllta. ... ... ... 4MLr. CARRIES" ATTCNTiONia \1
t coachman: white. She's a Quaker ITWl11 jAr.... ............._ oa
aXl, now aware of the'neglect of his duty were cruel now. She'turned her eyes too and called me 'thee,' as though .. I :: > Iia ........,.........."t'alalk..y..L..lotk..A v. Tk f

wasat band and the girl assisted'the upon Althea like a flash. .of biasing she loved the word. There! CRGAttd5t5F I -t3Ji. .............. ... .mt. ;............ ... ..:.Er .MMa .. CARRIESBUFFET ATTCNTiONiaDIREOTtD "
"trembling woman into tbe carriage anger Only- K WE ........ 'e't4SLv...............::9.eI.tee............ ......Ar, 'iili s
she is just as torrid, of course! < She I Ii: fP L..l'wan............,. ,.,....z;. 4 k a .'1'' ;
pausing a moment to learn If she "Not John Wlnthrop. No Althea; cannot help, being horrid, as I said I" ah: oC Ii ; ........ ............)10..11........ .............. o/ BUFFET: ";.r,
:were comfortable ere she left her. but next best-his mother! ..- o $1 ..................., p "".. .... .... .. .. Ma I BUFFETPARLOR
The.girl vanished the last word a .. 1iI ...,,.......:.....:...:.. M t
Then as Beatrice was turning away, Utter dead silence for, a momenU was uttered ns though It were sorely t U.' ................. ....Darloiia.......... ..... ,-.... IT* : BUFFETSLEEPING;DIREOTtD!
7t the lady In the carriage said' 'verysoftly Then Alecla asked, a sweet light upon -. ...................P-artOranc*................... .4 Ma PARLOR
1 -- bitter for ber to be obliged to yield Z' .. p "..._........:..M"w am7n:..................... tie f
; and sweetly leaning', forward her face: even this much to the mother of John w:: r. ii is P inn.... ... ............ l.e ,. PARLORCAR
t ; ,.M gentle hand upon the light fingers "Br te little Beet! How did'you do 0 o.u I ...................Tt uirillan..... ......,...... : a I : SLEEPING SLEEPINGTt
Wlnthrop, and alienee for a moment r p .......................Ooeo..u.. ........... tta .. '' 'I1Mt'
00,the 'carrlage door the quaint Ian.guage It. dearr fell upon tbe room. I I .J. p ....................n..kl... ...f alilta 1 CAR CARn >
r4'T she used sounding strangely on -..Beatricemade .a swift .fierco' gesture ... > Ka t It. p ..........'..........&.aO&I ..................... p : THCARRIES
MTe.Il! : exclaimed Cora at last In'extreme 7 r UMa11 ,. ........... .......alal bao raa..................._. ) torn 1 > lit E
tbe gay street: with her' hands.. as though'shewere astunlsument. V t ** .. :....... ....*......>... ..llan ;............. .....; 1 "! > v
"Does thee mind giving tie thy pushing down some rising enemy. a a 1' .. ....... ..... St. l ...'...,................... { o U n s ARC: CARS
"Well. repeated Kathryn and Althea 0'f la ::: : ,. rir. .a............-........ UNa PACT
name my dear? .It will be good to remw&ber The sternHini -would. not soften even lost for any new expression !in o .. "*a ...,..'.- .rrt............ Itlp all of a ,
a'' the before the. light In her sister's face. 4* a 1.11'.1'.ad.!: .....................;. ao a0M
of :
name brave friend 4R I PACTTHAT
my the extremity of their .curprlse.: ; v"Beatrice ;, 101. ...................... ao d. ARCOPCRATCD.AND ael
rl ,,wfctn I. think of her." : ? Tbe flame In.the hazel eyes deepened has /M. stu.rt..I'..... ... .10 Ma
of <
Beatrice smiled, her them to black. Ser voice like a way makln such .. . S Ma f r ....... . .... Rob Bound ............ :.. 1 10 14. OPCRATCD.;! ANDON THAT
eyes bright with was mountains out >of'mole hills!" said J 1 4. aMa P .......:.::.::. w.., juplt.r...... .. ..:..;.. .. l Ma
the swift touch of tears at sound of steel when she spoke-not the bright Marlon scornfully. "We might have p-r' I ii P ................c.Wait rain BCMB............ .... $ Ma THATTRAIN it
.. ........ .. ..... ....
this WrNa p.)1.
i sweet bom tongue. She bent her voice of Impulsive Beatrice Field. known what to believe. It would b. ar.Z /N. :::::::..::::...: :: D.ratoa.Ar lra7. ;................... . y pr.e. M* ONTRAIN y
'head. With :-Uow did I do it. AlecIaT You ask . . : ...... ...... FI'L..d. data, TRAIN TRAINCARS
half-shy grace like a child. well for her to break herself of that I to i laMa y .. ..... ......... p. 1 N a TRAIN TRAINARC
fl met But first' :) I p ........ .. ....... it.ll..Aal........:..........: T4f ..
Beatrice I must tell the I-
Field" she said, soft you habit, among others, mamma." AOllelln"OlL____------ _. _l'erClyall nn.H 1_. belleva_ _.n a MaiI C I' _......:..:.......LammiCUr ............ Ma
o :J7.'leaning nearer her .new acquaintance truth. You shall not think that I Would "It la because she lives and thinks I could eat Ice cream forever! *2 .................. iamt .............,....i.v.9 p la. ,

': ; forgetting In the excitement: of have lifted my hand for her bad I and feels so intensely I.thlnk. Mari Percival (a.lde-" lamed It I alert: 80IIJIIDt1L 07 BHAWOn LINES.:

1 tbst moment, that Mrs. Glendenning dreamed who she was-1'or: I would on." said Frances, quietly. "Sbe beginning to believe It, too!"-New

; still waited ."from New York. We not. I told you long ago how I bate doesn't dissect what comes to her as York Journal. Ajrroxm BRANOB. OS..urO. omr DUAITOH.

1 start..for home to-morrow.. You are that man-ber soni! This woman should a naturalist would do. but take It ---

qolts comfortable now, madam I may have died,, trampled under the hoofs and lives It and feels it herself as only Tb. V......? Anud, Dail STATIC** .t DiMlta twit Dail 'TATIOMS. S7 ;tell

., safely leave. your of the horses;tor all me had I known such natures can. '' It Isn't a sin In "Prisoner bays you anything to sayIn |Lv......... Tltumllla.........An 1 n f\\
t ''aniwerioc smile .on the sweet that she was hi.'mothe-r! Such cruel your own behalf." T'e. ii".A. .. Ar'll)' 107 p! p 1 MaIt LV..K. Smrraa./Al 1 10 Oe 'i'
( v Bee. 1 a> \\Lr... .. .Octaaa ......... s. a p HII Lv.JUkalla'aa.Ai / .
'" f. old f c*- was like a ray of homo love natures have no right la this world "No." added "Well. Jedge. If s like dis. Dot lawyer 1 M. ......::: . ..........Arll, so .. N.L..Arase Cltr.Al I ii
4 :s' :;.' 'and trtfth In that brilliant street, No! I did not knowuntil-afterward." sweetly. ."She Alecla Is doing very this softly for very inc.Marlon. o' mine be got me so mls'bly con- M a lAr. ,::..,.. San
:t ';"'"I'am: quite comfortable: yes thank Silence again-a throbbing, alive Because-" fustlcated dat I really dnnno what I I{ e h Na.ltDatlv. l ): tfA"1OBT an/ "OK. Na.1t .20.

j ... thee dear.., I am Mary Wlathrop. .My silence tbat seemed filled with beating And then silence fell between. them done nor what I done it for.).-Cleveland :: 1dq' Bua.O.lj.. D Itt y

emsborne'' is in. the Berkshire Hills of heart. trembling before tbe truth- eloquent with Plala-Dealer. M. p s M atv J.etwavtll..A i
Y T 06Y
I. .America. It thee would give me.thy waiting to hear the worst If worse At that rn 111.. 1 S MaMaJ Jiioks HTlIU .,,...1.LT ...,...: 1 MaTMa ii SI !
.. there some hour John Win 'rop. Opportmaltr. a to 1.w. / p / .......,PabloBa*.h..L. R address my i son ;Jolin will wish to were."But just returned i to Paris to-accompany Well. saidtbe boarder who w. a 11 Lv/.AtlSnlt. IWaoh...... 1 1Af.l. ......,. TMbMa 1 q s I I,
,thank I thee for. thy kindness to his you did*ave her?" said Alccla, his mother and ward back to Americathe UilWa 1 Of. ..... ..Kayport ,, "Lv ...",.. / 11 SOt ,
4 fond of quoting things, "opportunity ,
mother. is then going over to her sister
John a lawyer In thy New "Being following bees, after their '- TLee.Tls.Tsbl.eshow,0,
.Ii: York..too." o\ir brave absence knocks once at every man's door." _.. wtl.Yfntnema'.. ..
true Bee you could have of two frnal ta*aaroral t& be.ta lr arrtTal <1opartar at u Uataa stated 1* not vvaraatvod.
.'' But .BeatrICe done nothing else; 'darling." years was sitting with "HnbT'snorted Slopay "an opportunity ass dm UM Oompaarfrom. bold Itaalf naponalbta-74&147.1f aD y oonqanv.-anliic there
x g 1" >was suddenly with. them at luncheon, discussing the event -
.. to pay .my board bill knocked at
; .drawn from her frank Beatrice pushed aside Alecla's I
cordiality. Be-
'-' morning. He was very pale door to-day.--lliIlndl.
.-. moving herr band 'from the carriage band and stepped back from her but It was the pallor of strong pusaion. my phla Public four Ledger.times ; .KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

fyt door and from under the touch of the her flashing eyes holding a spirit of and hIs eyes were flashing with a fire
thet"'. soft fingers evil within them though 'a streak of rtNSULAR. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT .
f ; as though a see' equal to that of Beatrice Field, standIng Divergent Way*.
/ pent had alternate red and white fell Effect April $IG, 1903.
stung her she stepped back across her
In the what .
.- doorway of her sister' BoreD-"Hello, old man; yen nal-t
i.k )upon, the pavement a scornful 'curve face as though evil and good were goiu'; to do?" SOUTH B3UND.: I s.- +. r

f; jJ. on' ber lips,' of anger In the having equal battle in her heart.4'DCln't Jessica Gray bis ward, faced him Glumm "Nothing."' Lv ................. I 4a LvBsv.n.Y..-NORTH, BOUND. l
'1': .hoteleyes... touch at ir :OF'W..Iau..Tb.r.. .... .... ... "'' Ar KL ., W... M....
Alecla "
: . me r' she cried the table. She was tall. and graceful Borem-"How about a walk? I thinkIt JH r W*.. ....,Ths,..,.......:...:... 0 .-.1'.. K.y W...Tw fte"UMa. .
"I; beg our madam." she with, swift impulse. ; You don't real. willowy In figure and n.3vement with would do us both good." Arga i>. M.>. .,1"11..,..... ....:.......,/ Twa Af Miami T"....e&......... ............ /N:>It y':
9 II .. oalIeoldly'but If )"eu.w1I.. tell la* how wicked subtle litheness
your a about her that suggested Glumm-"So do I. Good-bye. -Philadelphia For' ., Local Tim Card
3f, fson for much a mu !der. t.opy or other information addms any Af.
me that bad she known whom r as thoughI the nature of an Indolent Public Ledger. ---- .
I :; & aha wag saving Beatrice Field Aleclu bad killed that woman! Have I not leopard. Her eyes showed this possibility .

SJsc. :. "V Oraham's sister would not nave lifted told you that I would not pave also In their opal calmness, and 0.1.'. Swift Fo t.

c.her hand tor yon I scarcely think that touched her had 'known that she was tbe thin rose-leaf lips were just now "There goes the Byron of BIHrUle! at.'f

''-r. 1h..wiUcare, to. 'I, bid. you John Wlntbrop's mother or. sister-or curled In scorn. "Poet-Is her

'1" ,c good jnornlng, madame." wife? That Ivy bow I hate him f She had lived a quiet life among the "I should say so! Dashed off an ode |j 4 4'en '

: And like',, priestess Still Alecla dId. not recoil from her the for the benefit ef the
vengeance Berkshire :Hills supper
' with her .
!&. 'fSba" ,turned 'away.' In horror as Beatrice seemed to expect ,' and yet .lbts -subtle guardlAn'sm6tltH' lire and church,-steeple in ten minutes. and! rtlll 4 :! .. .. ..... .....zI ::1
-1 ; only the smile died from her in'wblien :
f' fierceness could waken within her brilliantly bad i three. minutes left to .. -
"I 'i'-',' CHAPTER XI I. lips as she followed Beatrice. drawing eatch a train r-Atlanta Constitution.Oaiwroaltjr. 'III
and her voice soften to languor
.'.'."17 WAS xOT aim r' HZ ate. her forcibly over to' tbe low couch tbat was fascinating when she ,4 i We Do Job
?! among the others and pressing her would. 811e'orteo startled tbe I Printijig. i.tJOHN'
:"weli, IrJlr- gentle '
down tenderly among the cushions Johnny'-"I. asked Tom for the core |
Quaker lady sitting near her with
Beatrice paused upon the threshold -"You threaten like a tragedy queen I son ef his apple and he gave me the whole :
ot'.:Atecfa'a room. 'where her mother of the itagA abe said, quietly Now her snowy hair: smooth land soft and apple.) I I lt'i

:aad'Sister* and their friends'were asemblcd put away theatrical Bee her gentle face pleading :with them Mamma-"And what did to- rt '
,. and tell ns you any Of AH
for kindly thought of-the willful' .. Kinds f;
io" :' 'Beatrice girl '
M" wasdressed !t1lt the truth. Yon saved Mrs. Winthrop' Tommy I '11III s ;
.* who had uttered such reckless ,
\\tn, her street costume, us she stnod'be- lifer - worda.! Johnny-"I didn't say nothing but I .. 1l

..,. $'i t f<
1I'$eatdS's,.ho. tho house 'no( 'long Beatrice, restlesslytbat I .wouldn't atone, mother said John Wlutnrop. core."-Boston Transcript. .. ;
1 I. gravely. His voice :
ffo1K. always gentle / l'
.' hove done It.had I known- We Can Please Yon. '
'LlsteDto mel I I hare been stan"-" **I .don't wish 7011. to tell ma tUt,"- addressed the to this one woman. Sho T..... B..toa Qlrla. f" 4 r 5

r;;on'the;; heights of Olympus/this aid Alecia.: steadily.'and sternly bel' was only woman perhaps, whom I' Kitty (to Bertha In her new frock) .. '

.'- Jpc. I hay breathed at the mist- violet eyes upon her sister'. flushed be fully loved .and trusted. "Jessica j. -"Why. darling how becoming V: nr. I"""11III :

i ",, ...._......'sensation..ecr.entraoce.of stirred tbe Delphi group before I ,face.. Bee"You Field saved r Mrs. TVintbrop'slife. would have you among been glad the to shops.have"accompanied . think gown It 1st quite! Absolutely new!" any one would' i '.11III.: .' .... .... .... ..' ... .. ... 5if

+ f.even Marion, turned her calm eyes "Ys," rather sullenly from Beatrice, (To be continued. ) .Bertha-"Sp kind of yon; to say sal! I ,t

'f'r..4uesUonIDIIT, .of hngry ,Because they would vindicate Wire Is the youth who stick to business Ani*. yours, dear, looks'every. bit.AS'. r .... .' ,,' I"i\

::.Ht4. \; .t tla /. !t Bee?" qllerlcc her. her In spit of per denouncing,,words; with the glue of industry Transcript well! as it did 'years ago.. Boston I j I ,.

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t a .' .,.... '. ....... ., now about to!ttJ'OA and what _trfcT!. I Aisiedcaa parent* :"their
L i c i U i' lei .a a. ::;:: ard Un yon"ntuirt know'aTiiady." | daughters' marry Aurrposdopeau noblen. -
'r' -> D'Ctilmtl0.; eea>ftHll* i *<: fi
I* it parting With tlie ronndnens l w f 094 erne.fret *
Of the smoothly molded cheek )Ju h""ilW t rta I'eth car lerJlly; ",but you muvtranf i your t .. *
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f Is it losingfrom the MU! t it.e17 IIih. .' 'h
F' dimple x ::&n the 'a& _. cjJme: before you can lfor lven.T"; 'j '
Half the flushin paDor b "K
I :la it fading of the joy. they, ;apeak, 9 2 lfeed not tell w of ere bittcraeu a ; ,w"." .o 'that"I LF**':roll bonor'* fr. neM': labuJL r wdtl 1.o ._ ."...?
Fron\.th..W1IYV. 'And hbrew'mot..rne.k: was tbe alnnlngxrt tronWe. lIe '
< / writiog, flFhandwrlttng -1* the study .
LIB n fipdiny qq the/IOldera.Alllt May Where it once was marble fair J "- pkup a ,Rff/oS' reat: prici'ln the wblehpromise. new fame to Alfred A highly tiol.bed.un n
be ,
rsYau ijlrlllIf T rat but the spirit's treesg (.c. Methow feral tbjfafeUy- azo.r. -- 3R HAJ I ly found In a moor ot.Seeli
Oi the net; dy dlstingtiished the dlstor
E swT pesos of answered : : ... a* -
fc. j>rayer.ll llsw-Slald AUtch.fl j- Ii mark Is
I Is U dropping; b.I'OtIe'i"" t r' "Thai's -m {l. j' *.pA...sal lcp.4 iltaa.etya4 1ip-L. e Psycbo-.byslologleal Lab.oiato thought-to. be at';a
w S;
Drop their sweetnessoverhWn, the smile I has"goo in deeper, J&t;: ;fo.alda t en Ehank'k pate 41' the Sa years.old. b J
h onsehold /-, And the teara laT "ft' ,. W d7 .J.. rbonne Far-la?:and a
ltamQ/l that oncewsre doarer. Both more quickly tart, W < ,IjoJV. I. I' !f.I( .!':''J enc r 8\: piychologist of world-wide reputation.
:More familiar; than our own?. together meet in never before baa there been 'B'cU.soJyJlie'a little getatla <
If ii o. Low aad tender ? i, .j To determine the extent' ,
in to
meeting on pathway = i'L the adi. -\ "( VAnit a time when the hah was an object'of .which the milk can be carried solid
in ICThe pearl wa ;rand
Faoe..tnnge other? cohcetaled *
and glanoea $joy and piece greater handwriting the MX of the
I While the sou] with moan and s.W< When the life eaa find ite own, of pplnra. Say on, who,wa*.the ohn'erOf aolicttuda to-women' at large UTlteOt.iha.kwn Professor BIDet baa 'would gala rather,,than. 1 W
Whisper..adly] "Growing owe; (. Surely angels learn 'to listen .th..peirlr stilt than at the prevent or a more Important tricot: talus., - t, ' sweetness of the ton. -element of yeriquatbeauty. The appealed for, data- to the, two .moat
"It Y
Is it frowning at'the folly '. On the gradual Ceylon oweer.wsaa:wbolesertaet rich1 merchant from low coiffure has caught on with a rapidity ptyminent graphologlata In France, The most prlsed of the single, '.
Of the ardent hope of pouch! sloping pathway, ,+ I am. H* waataklna Mesars. Cremelrex Jamln and EIIo. > ,
hitr.niomelanebolyv, A* the passing; decline. the' which shows how tired the pub ett* of Japsa'is: t black beetle' '
year ; pear to ) to.grest
At the rant ii iiea 'Olmms'. golden '. : llc generally. s.orrths ,II* baa collected samples of the writ. '
of truth? w-light/ falling In PHfiJabr T. v 'it. upward sweep "susuniushl. or "Insejct 1! eIJ."
3m it disbelief in K.* from upper height and bar lug of all ananuerof 1D4I' }
loving? _. the small: '
nape... top-knot and .luglng'resemble the '
the *
And "On holy I anhlbs dainty sounda
the one .
BeUlah aome4tntrh
hate shadow from ar ,
or ul greed? that brightness; -rhW fosslonal people, servants and achooN
hlgn effect
that bare been in .
Then Biieh blight of J Wrap.them, in their ' > >br8tl!, vogue sweet-totted silver bell. .
nature'. noblest "Who softly 1014, 1 tangryi men. ?Jy 80 Foe: girl:=: for, pompsrUon. The result
long. street
JU eeUstial and-ordinary ,
a "growing old" whii ttln" master feared wear -
indeed.- ft that If he asked for the
shows that the, feminine
bv wav of < o1d'11de the baf'1.'dhWn Into a simple knot gender expresses -
1 ths.sahlbe-might'b bNt'hlpj and A study'of bird migration fronttti.ICentish -
Itself la the following characteristics
low down
on the neck, and for
/, take It away. But if you did aot know '* Knock Lightship.--at the
: the high! >coiffure 'remains Invogue ,,though these.a.. not Infallible
?/ the v11ue'of what you had'fojmd.' he : ' month of She Thames, twenty-one. t
So.: ',"1:" .t// .... w -., . "might" get it back by craft.;' f- t. ,a good, although profile and where a stile a woman which baa the A woman makes the small "a," "r" mile from'I.nd has been undertakes' J'1

"Therefore you came a* a juggler 4' low ''knot and "p" higher than the other small by W. Eagle Clarke of Edinburgh., u .;
distinctly enhance she Is fcThr
.cI.x0. ; ..arch our clothe ,nnder pr.tan.oJDf sorely'tempted to wear It all the time. letters and Id general makes her letter -
: look if i for coin. And "
) / 'failed
) Uxard-Uke
MIEN you to :
J7ftrRL. which
I find the pearl?' '1'l1e"'IOW'+''coiffure .Is preU7 generally less compactly than man. She also pterodactyl, "
f becomlngiTai It shows the shape of the exhibits,ba.OJ' other peculiarities, Informing had membranous wing, with a spread
"Then my master has hired foor bad j head letter. /of twenty feet, la the pattern for thealrehlp {
.- mache with lathla.. And_ th___!." rrlll_ ._.._.ft'_')._ to better advantage than doe which Professor
u n. langley, ,of
HE Grand Trunk "' the highcoUfnre.. It also conceals the
road;} it towed on them the leer in the.night and beat you on the head itr .. the Smithsonian Institute ha built .s
the inain artery of' ID4Ia.o. specially re- 'nape of the heck, which Is a weak spot . . trbtt Www.Whatsis' *, .
erred toc,the and take away the pearl by force." *
T' It runs without v\)\ break aolteril-.loted"aahlba.tberd .) and.. eveq the T'Achha) It). well.| YoGI are forgiven..' In many women's' dressing of their more attractive to the ere recently tested unsatisfactorily.It'U ..
;r k'acros*the breadthof; the were but Altltothgli they Go.** said Spencer. "hair "ffot, every :woman has a pretty than.. :weJl-titted plain tailored waist
two ,
"wow' land from Karachi to penniless tramp, their "And the neck or-one that decorative when with 'alt accessories] In accordance reported, according to aa ;Bng-:
prOgre was that of "the conqueror pearl? suggested the native sway Tber flab authority, that a firm of engineer .l
lUuwol1) I ." halr'ls'drawn from It In the tyro some women' more suitedto
A (cyclist who had ridden round>the "through.The a fonquered land..' ,. 1.. ..< ;The humbly par1Iotred''Spehcerit.'" severe lines that hive been In vogue. wean\ this style of. apparel than has offered to fit On board the'canard
/word on his bicycle'once described it err and waose'gamO' were, pen. pitch, of hi .' the. hair'Is still worn pompadour other*.* When the tailored girl I* pictured steamer about to be1 built turbine e..1;
Mitchell ewers lung 'Soori I ke
a* 1500 miles of tho finest cycling track and his conjuror buteha. You come 'here but. Instead of II-n' even symmetrical by ns we.*ee a tall, wellproper.Honed gorse to develop 79.000 horse power,, M
advance nfesa
: and..ct>
.'ea earth :, ., !, |, .. engaged agent They had been to-a, pl6t"torob": murder n*. and pompadour.framing; the face, the hair figure with the coiffure severely with a coal consumption of.only half

It la made of kunkar; 3'kind ol' tony the. fiot weather Iu.'anup-country -tour when; then expect to iret bade: your accursed, Is pouched overhe? face in,'Irregular arranged, even tightly drawn from the what would be required' by' ordinary'engines :
growth found on came on. ancUencel'were masses or puffs, and general face Info a. huge knot at'the of <
sandy ground j jnd re note betowad.-f pearl.,. Jao nlttrt,no. son of Satan before therejs nape fc
i aembllng.: aandstoim, .* WUen i I|(rdund ut04J and (tonally IHI.-were'ex--' I destroy J'P movement to discard the rat aa Inar- the neck, or dressed on the crown of r I

fine' and raised: : with water, thljs' yield* to take to the; road.{ Uwy 'were. pbltged!; I fAtlthlaautlden ontbreek'the native 'tlsUc. ){aDJ,women :who have adopted the bead but without;the frowsy ponvpadonr J Motoring on..Bcottlah Jake promise,
moriar-llke the lowityle of hairdressing have Clustering ringlets. to become a. popular'on keel a* on t
substance- which, turned returned -
: Ares: ,With the homing hastily and lied tor his life, .
ia surface to tbe,..road ka.hai .nd ltabmen\they instinct of Eng- leaving the two Englishmen convulsed to the centre parting the result The neckpiece should be of the se. wheel in the Highlands, thank s
were ,
( .moo lb AI a billiard table.. J :- CntU and the aea. They making levied for. Call wfth 'laughter'underthe'trees./ .. belnar'50methlDI' exceedingly womanly vere sort either to match thai waist or largely to the work of Sir John Murray ' y

But. once thla surface. II worn living from the 'their **Well,'our fortunes!are looking up" looking and soft provided they have one of the. many pretty varieties Challenger ixpedltlon'fame'
[through the kqnknr .renru .they pa** d.--The country 'brouch.wJalch aid Spencer.:. "Let us have a look at foreheads that will hear showing. shown In the shop, at.prevent. The* and the staff of I':" Pullar Trust Xke.
cUte .and. '''Hence \be cent tr..the grain by the-roodalde fleld-of Wheat and this pearl of great price." '* 'A: narrow,. long effect'la sought for linen stock with the black satin tieI. Survey Mo'fewer .Aan 000 lake have' '

rand Trunk road' which Isj.infer! ..with grain// which.they, furnished them Mitchell produced the block of.pplnm -by women whose head are broad and decidedly mannish and severe but been fully charted the Bounding being"
ground between
kept In the of the neck and then the drawn bands accurately given In feet Hitherto air
repair for light traffic] ,s lkeiphalt two .stones and bl&kec1.lnto once more, -and cutting it open they nape plump pretty. we.havtt pretty
while chnpattlea. These.* In the or.turno.nrs to be with the ha* been largely'gneaa work on the- '"
on each, aide f this [The mango;Top ear-Ihiiped-pearl about half are shape thoflgura 8, worn .
*. yielded
rack U a'broad lane for bea$c 'un- traIt to add a' savor to the.their luscious an< Inch long and of great luster're- In loose colls or In oblong knots ./With plainer stock and give a touch of refinement part of the old boatmen fA / h

7' traffic, where the dry II$ a Aa It Brew toward: midday frugal and nieal eha Doslne in the centre. ' T"By the towstria of hair dressing any ornament .' and nratneaa BO much sought' "

s anus ana toe oroaa-wneeiM Xks> heat 'of/ the sun -befttme-' : :1on.":./- :exclaimed* ;Spencer. that may beadded in the form for.-Plttsburg Dispatch. ' power transmissionInstallation U ,, +

its raise a pillar ,of dust all they lag the two travelers took overpower "that's something worth having. It'a 'of flowers Is worn at the side. Where now being erected at Bagellne.In Italy;'

oceed and leave a trail like the wake -shady- grove; 'whIle"Tlie" 'villagers refuge In a worth a'cool nve thousand, or I'm no the' hair Is worn In .. broad braid, i Im T.*..- In which a prenre of 40,000 volt will,' ,, ,

a ship behind.them.1!':' j tired' to their houses for their re- Judge of gems." young women ornament,the top and Amtfug jewel*-garnet*. be need-the first Instance In Europe' & u-j

On each side of the maIn track Is a .,--.8pinia: midday ,-What shall "we dot' naked Mitchell. bottom of the braid with black ribbon t, $tralghttull skirts of so.-high a 'voltage being employed,, ;"

>w of trees, and on each aid { bf'the down under a tree remarked.aathey: sank '"Dot" echoed Spencer. NWb,.;what 9wL; :The.lower bow Is slipped through ;Braid fur and laco combined. The project. designed distribute ., .z:
14e track Is yet another row TThereire "I'm deuced hungry A should 'we do but hurry into-Benares tt: braid' before'If is turned up and Evening! coats of renaissance lace.Hats'of power to the to'W.'of Brescia, and the*''' H

thus four rows of tree IniaUtto diet doesn't at';J.; all.vegetarian t -daj: .ndtb 'e/le:train for Calcutta. protrudes on either side In a big broad fforgeouaplaldedL full_cloth.,. neighboring work Power will be derrived' 'k(
[shield the wayfarer from tbs;r Intel- I 'liad something natlefytru.#JJI'ore', .tlb.\abtfal Ij'iflsh} The. price of thf* pearl wllf, Bet v* up fan. All these low,styles of hair dressing Rich silks'and velvet for coats'/ from the Dives Caff aro, rising la, jj ,
[cable beat and glare of the rfcrttenl eat'" to In business again in style. And T have call for a good head of hair If the Llnk:..fatenlnga of old silver forsbtrtwaists the Tyrolean Alps- and feeding 'th.-:,..

sun ** tf results are to be satlsf a tory.:'As handsome : u" v*, '' Chiela, fu. : ...
."Jl4ve chew of.oplnm.- said-Mitch. no desire to have four thug after me ,,...I). ia J ,
Along this great highway that knany"aided ell. on'-the Grank Trunk." hair is somewhat less common Corset covers of dotted and flowered :- :- ?- f

life of India flow and.ddcUt.. two producing inc lei square a block,from of the his!drug about ,. .L.-'Calcntti/MaU.t* than |t wa In the days before crimping -. muslin.' From 1800 to 1000 the'average'am'nnal .'", .t}

It 1* peopled almost entirely Vy the ,. The: native.say It* very staying.POCket." I.L. w'.rk net w..A t.t and rats were so generally* adopted' 1 Lovely flowered silk'pusllns'fgy:; ; excess'of .births over death .,1*'" ., '. .:,

aatlvca In their dirty cotton cMblng, i "Xo. thanks; ." said Spencer. "A t.ste.k' The moment that winter breaks-and not a few women;: and 'jeven young .evening-frocks.: '" the United State was 1T.7 per 1000 of

"with bare brown legs showing' 'beneath more in line. Where did save in the-blgh altitudes, winter west girls, are glad to avail themselves of Norfolk jacket of knitted wool-with. the population while.. Prussia .steed'?'
-- . | M! ( yon get it? I didn't know you were of: the Mlislrslppl Is a mild and\comfortable -_ the black ribbon bow as a pretty and a belt like the regular cloth Jacket. next with 14.7 per'1000. Then taster
rajlroidabd a
The sahib keep to his Iron drug eater." __ thing in comparison with our Innocent' method of eking out their Thick lace of soft white wool Is liked Holland with 14 per 1000; Norway;

leaves the people of the odu'atry "I am not. -I picked this up In the Eastern*weatber->-tho police of ,St Joseph lock lnnamerablf; .. .both'for gown anlhlf idorniurht- . with- 13J; the ..German 'empire :wl>** S2<

to their prehistoric slow .moving tate Lncknow feral: _the. other day :'ind Kansas City Denver,.ln factof One still sees high coif. "f ( 1 #,.'\ 13.7; Denmark, with 12.O; 8cothu *vv"'" ,

,of progress. Itere-and there tUejcrltti- never thought, of.. it 'again until?this all .the.towns! and cities wage relentless fares on the street Some. the best Pie, with :Tlmftn sad Toe. with'11.9 and England and Wle*>; H*, It

son garment of the lower claaa Womta ,minute. war on vagrants. The wide roar. dressedwomen wear"them, and will At tho meeting of the Ohio Congressof 11.7. The .two ::foreign; countrieeCJaV'which' ; ,

'--and the dUX reot''hued trousers ef the Presently only a single.figure Ing prairies the railroads, the mills are continue to wear\tbem, possibly with .Mother' Cleveland t Mr.' lame L: 1 there 1n th*'nearest approttaaI I ,

' 'Vohammedan.women In sp.cplaVins&e" left In'the landscape advancing slowly 'Insatiable in their demand for nn. modifications, because they have found Hughes,''of- Toronto advised mothersto tlon to race suicide are .Fyanwea' "'

j, "a" splash 'of color.amfdjthfl ..crowd'DfwliiteroUed I toward' them, along the,'centre< of the skilled i labor. Crops, rot In the? fields that the mode suits their Style. It play with their babies' fingers and Irelatod.' + : ": "I,.{. ..t,

, pilgrims. a .-J j| roadway. As tbe man approached for lack of. harvesters!, mills are Idle will probably be a long time before' .* ,the .toes. t"AtllgMcv ...;r.

There goes the graceful figure otJawoman. nearer Spencer turned toLia,, .companion .for'lack of men,todrive the heavily high coiffure becomes passe.A "140 not believe" she sldV4,
( straight a* a dartlbeneith, "*r. and said: laden'wagou. to,their doors .TBe Idle IE.rrlek. ladnut"'rrndun i.- *r:" ." a'mother.. 4n ,Cleveland, whether she :Among the unique?*' nfant"',;;JttHr' : '

brag fdlaB of waterBetter', however' "Have you noticed that that man two will, not work:, so long as they can : "smarf* observer to London fash- be AMet1 alt: ItallAn'bKahy othef nationality tries resorted to for 'profit In'the gr..tu "t. ,

not to look at her face; very f fee been-.treeking-us' "for"tbe"laar'theedays bag.a -steal. In the West the, ,have lensj write U UJA.. ..;of cUrfont faab- ; '\\'hOlIoe..-Hot play with herhaby's'thr Bonahlne State M that, ot bate** ,'

India* a'peasant women have t'a:b ever since we left Luclr.oowT'"J'fo little chance for 'either. J..: t ns4Aarrrngs4karsninrt : ; t ra''iu l toes, LAnd venture alligator. '.J'4 '.,t.
earrings are '
ty oC, fau4, rp. lad.-tho ') f O. the fifty-men a'w.eek tO'aayHbVte I/nothing she*caa-do of '
;,l'.y. peter. !ClD! Jtt011iPtoreJ! average ; arerreaftfj"in In two designs.-the solitaire, stud and Tbere 1* a 'constant t'and lively slap-r.,,;
, !iwork la- |he ,fleW.t under aa.fJksi! nIt TCansaa ) importance to bab '. [ ,
City greater
%Ve11. I've not been aa entertainer during} the the long pendant. The, solitaires are develop-- mend during the tourist "' ( <
un.leaves "
them .old'andshriveled.up alit tbeMj. ear wlthonl3tarnlng to n 94': ,The nient" east coast for alll
*'-- ** usually lu diamonds' in black or k i young: .3i; :i
' before tMif.flme.ff) my -eye*, and I've seen him watching police wisely refuse to burden the white pearls.' Long earrings seem to be , ''- ""- Jhf .,method fork suppU-l. ,: ,
..LLIe4.. ; eo 1nu.A native.lady vii a turka, u.. :And what' more, he' tried to dlacllise city with their support and Instead coming Into favor. -Tbesa take the 'W.14L'. 11.5 D.wa. a ."flt. mand have heretofore been .

.aad ,4tCOu: net look'' upon'br fea!' .. hlniaelCla throe OK..-four different. give.these JIICll.tb.It..fIUCr1)4Uve.oteolnc; form of-an elongated edlUon of the : Isaac ,Abrams a Chicago .ladleV unreliable.' LL .f .fi, -'' <',

,(''.tares It. fog would The .burlrauapeleaa 'leis' '.ways.. ; which'look*'aimplcldua.i "-.; to'w<>rk-b'O leat17," \nd'for' high'wJJteII, -stud design the pendant belDar. m. tailor who sued a woman for not taking -I To secure' an ...bundant.upp1T*Gt'? ; .

'leeg. garmentofunbleacbedeallgowatdttompletd7 Jt," yilil Spencer, b|ieCye 'l t' onlynayiJBhUefHliAa lor breaking'stone for TMprovement' posed of a'' pear-shaped Jewel, either a' too garment she bad ordered madea these'Infant saurian' tt; "H."JenUaa, s 1'1'

: ; < cnrelopafmrnithA Ce 71\ F* hftvenK got'pik| the abqiulnableVawtehi$ ads. ;The, pearl ruby, opal turquoise peridot novel defense. "I do not like to go tocourt. /of Conrtenay. a charming little hamlet .. frowu of.tie' btadyi o .. lntbb world.-Ttiat can h *get .Bolce- nearly'always. for the better feirierald or a single diamond of great ." said he, "but what can a min on Merritt Island baa, for :*ejrl.eaon y ,

'a1h.feOt'1Chas: a1 lacework maak.for ou(! o UI= _ ,? -- pe"=isy-labsrr(1reaNwl lildoui is shownIn beauty and value. do when, after he. baa taken a wom past conducted a hatcBety. .r
:'idle flee through which only th| eyes the distribution) of tbfte< Only an'* measure for tailor-made cult she from "' + '
a secures a* many aa
In any case the earrings are completed
'are 1.'Utontllhble"how o"b 1ad'8j4lheetfrjuMfy h :: : % "' r ,
Yla1b1lJ1t ? fed
atl- : 4tworfli ; be bWtwo/of gaul a septt1to' ny b) .a round brilliant forming.jt I. taken 111, lose thirty pounds In called for. -.*,:'V ': y

dom this'or any other native 'kno loJ:." ne\J camp.* j -t Leslie's.ronthlt.. j\i stud close to the ear These pear weight and then will not take the garment nil plan to-earefuUT note' th :

. seems to get wa.hxL.struggle i r4mt 1 -"u14nm; a' ""." pate .Ua,! ''a:!' I /1 { shaped, gems are now very precious, because it doe not fit bear cation of'the' alligator bole,,0 a'
herdoX b & :
goats am. &01. :
. t:- to them and be produced;a ; and bid fair to rise far higher in price. and net throughout tbe ,. ;"i
"'some'imt down the .highway.' Farther *losg! CEds ahoTsoiuY'cbln's''from 1 General"A. 1C "CBiffec,. wbe commsnded Pear-shaped pearls are fairly plentiful, FMhlm ICatee. marshes and pond* la hi* '' In1t '-

: block sQsttlnirfth"bii4hbgg Fdleo atPtatJlrt tt lfrt 'JOrqnt of<< \ CD) the.-wfcf 'game*oB Maine and In emerald this form seems to be .'Yards and yarded braid are used when laying time cornea .
'lIbCb tlfe"trattit.'A'futiny them in nia "uatha and arranged hi* the Departnfent) of the East was, talk. not uncommon; but It Is rare In rubles Pipings! are ubiquitous I' In steal tbe.egg* away,and place .. ran

, llttla bullock'of-the huntpbfcJudbreed o]( otiU"dlaf1rfeeovie hl* knees tnf one xneraoon'to somb reporters In and a pear-shaped turquoise is bard to ,mode :# laplyll neat'ohTnUf'bw. cI rises F.
barl e..e4.'tO"u ekka. bumps ; ball Portland. The hypothetical tosof ,- ,
thee .
ravellng -
find _- < Fringe 1 fashionable '
of the gar
-< one
merrily along the centre of the rAadk' Q }- JI |etihadfocen( >dl*< thl dltioWtbat
'liler. thaSa >ns cd. ;and iub- Several smart and distinguishedwomen nltnres.; correspond to those f
,. ,A boy flying a kite cannons |nt the 017''J.a.' '*- !' I 4( P jot>rimiadetr.''General l. phaffee, of a have long worn e.rrlnc..monc the original nest from .which ,

passersby. Two professional alfgetis.urrotanded '. l.allD abpn th p tango story., ,HeMW, : ., 4 wasan{ others the Princess of Wales, Lady The long coat'seems to'be r were taken. /

by a small crowd of wim nand the V.I.I..b'nE.J! .,.trick.,,,1 "Speaking _of Jesses, tberet ; Lansdowne Lady de Grey Lady general service.A 1t"'fO"'j Mr. :1eDln. baa beengnlte'ao'fur -,

children stand under a branching. never feC. native'conjurer yet that I Ohio Irishman one who lose a gold Henry Bentlnck and Baroness de brown clbellne: flecked" with' ', s its"Latchery and

plpal tree opening and shnttlngvbnr bo iIn{t give points to inytlfHf.d4n't.thlnkthii.'chap'a /'. watch. He, told one o<. his friend* Meyer. Creole earrings appeal to some U a chic example.' , this season a nest with seven,I. '

',,mouths;alternately aa they glveSvcjtt any good; about It. -' S of :U.. and tholarRe.. round Jeweled'rings Hat In shaded beaver or* among! the d eggs' For a week eaten '.,

to a monotonous chant X .nF unirwar,'*_,aaldiiUtcljiell._ aaUcallytheeihttrftloa. i .":" Jt a one Swiss wntcl%' he said suit a dark Carmen-like type of millinery; novelties.. / .has ' average t.

...A. Oxkir, atjUks b,.,,clothed ,.0 to a.t h If '"hu'lIlr"nea full Jeweled,"adjusted to three positions beauty' Mrs George Cornwallia West Pelerine are the nltra-ftahlonabl, hatch,, of, abut twenty young'' i
a loin cloth. with long matted blr'and..htll \ t> C; I but V**n _the cohipnrfpptna; and to beat and Told. "I fa'worth adopted'this style of. earrings when; In thing In fur neck-rear. tore and thl 1. the season of' ce;

head and boVly-covered with Into 'U4>.e/ith-t"Til hjajandj thetfij t ptda .p'.. 1 < ri evening dress. Mrs. Ma'qkay baa the Whtte'and moss green are an artlstlo| year when,'he'Itrl.batd j"out
.' f '"",' )!tllre front\ of him. Look'at thoee.,.,1-a.tbnn roocv"""' ''Oor''. gstdt.taek.'A - +. -- *,* v- London .said to have covtS50.00O. within, the <
they are
r M4tt"" *'""wltir thelrA ,ag e,thlteIwaggcLi '"The worst fraud. er.I tmck,1re-! ''Oh I'm likely to get .It J>ack. : .; serf smart for walking- that union t.r. proC'

f ck. arlr n uedTJ5pencerat.a:"ja .If he'd said the Irishman 'for I've advertisedH"lnthe .-- suit Intended for-Lard-wear.. Not.I, however."of*the egg* _.,

J .e t$ ough aat1ithp .crtA&vlth just started In this line for our bene lost -andfound, colunjna0t! | _8o I>rtjr."Jl.bbl. .rjIktMl.M Gay, colors, are Introduced Into the'new prove'good and hatch 'but only awt.Ixty ..-*' : t--'

, the,1cw tempt x>f ,the, warrior for tbeCPVntOi .t.IU; r.. aonny. give he' hold, of that eleven paper' Modern, society came In for a severe ..aaltlngwith; fetching.:.effect. per cent.' can be xpected.-Cocoa .-. -: taseLt

bumpkin..' bag of trick of ;your, and I'll bow "What reward have you offeredJ I scoring at the bands of Mrs. Jessie Some of.the rough aultlng seem 'to- '(Fla.) Ne.. ., .-. .

Aleng the portion' of the Grand you how rtought to be one." "'Four dollar' .. t{ Brown Pound..,of Ohio at the openIng have been caught In a snowstorm. ; .
a Trunk: whichlies* between Allahabad The tloui} ,',dollars? Why.f man that's offwhites. Batt im.n/. Dater .
Bngflitimanr ajtefiv:Ivn M front session of the Convention of Christian The champagne, .
' and Benares' ,, one'day In late"Beptera-- of the **tonfihednative?lira iiect'M.1 not'a fair ieward for a gold watch Women's. Board of Missions; -In niuahroom and oysterwill tie fashion .Word was .received that wl,'
ber' two 'rentb
'Englishmen'were strolling to the elbow and went worth $325.: the friend exclaimed_ the American ?
arm ,
through Detroit Mich. Mr. Pounds addressee able Serylcorha -
|at:\,Uielr base. It wi ju.t'at the ." said j. In.tut.
the fame tricks one by onBut ''blat. the Irlahmatlj'that's 2000 In Avenue '' been eo-opeatl'In'a
this persons Woodward i The long: boa 1T: mixed' black and ,
ange of the seasons when there wa fU' a the.jw.. no'bunll&A'lhf when l'plf fpql in' th"m.>- ',..-.,adrer- Baptist Church The society young white ostrich : tbe-ncw formulating plane' for'bettettngthetis t
till slime CI reappear among .
bite+ ,In the sun In thedarr: : disappeared Into the aJr and The It its *T Silver watch *- .
condition of
hnej. 'and it was'not too cold to' sleep : ; rvDo I women of the present day came In for neck. things. the working-'people .of;
reappeared from the trunks of the surrounding especially hard: condemnation. Society Dumfermllne, Scotland.. Thl* Is 'An'u
j> the air ; men I Lovely evening coat of white broadcloth .
open at .The two
night.- 't Co. tit
tree '' .
; life Mrs. Pounds described<< as the modern native town,
irere clad In native garb of 'dhotrand Aa he -watchad the'' astonishing ez- They were sitting In tho moonlight babble of liable "Modern life la have ,cape.. "" trimmed- with deep) c".Cee'reU1

|nfgart, partly'forlUhtrie** and"' hiblUan7thenaUe's-eye'got: gradw- and for a long rlnfe:;' nothing had been getting to be more and more a vulgar white fringe. Flttencrteff tn.fe. b,

b'tratelng.' and partly to conceal their"tllen' ally 're "&na1'.t&'er..tllI at last befell aalctShe: was wishing bis"next remark display," she said, amidst; the applause 'net old-fasboned Hercules braid appears 600,000 to b!1e to make

.tortune.from.. their- 'own fyra* on his knee In tb! dust, a>t flP'q-: ,wpuld ,toe goodnight when. he of her llteDers.HElpenlc: : are 'ad with a beautiful lustre and trim. pleasant. te tolling :
W v x
; i '
; .ccr'a feet heat 'frafitlcally on the broke but with: I rapidly'exceeding income that there Ism gown, of all sort*.,

But the; ,though hue! 'theW face were..1'burnt KJ'OundWltb-the 'palma of bl..11..111. ':Do you know'' i' wish I ..werethe' longer any home life AH the adult .ne',\;irt.-'of cal i gores threatento Tdnlt. H. Tolman. :

of the natives themselves, and literally howled In Hindustani: moon? of families ant forced to go out to meet : bring gray ' to the bead. of more Institute, who has been, .

err Dee'to nationality was > evident .,at. a "Oh! .sahib, tVof: she replied, coldly. ?.Why r the heavy expenses: : that modeu conditions than, one dressmaker.: month In Eape*tudylns

the pa.ssersby; There Unethlng pare'me.-.'I ppotoetor.of.4.evpoor.1 /fBecause you allow4be. sunbeams\ tokl.eyouc Impose..; Wowould.' much better The Dew mr:. all Incline to" be 'low Industrial condition, at, the

In the. swing of, an Bug- 8U ,"' aD4' >know everrUtpg-U (Qnly .cbeek/T aald fac, with'an out.. .keep our daughters at home, and let and: flat with long stdle end--.alt. like Uon of )f1.1 Helen Miller

man'the*,walk that dltlnguhe( hIm'm' curse nieh'ot atL"4| t and IwlUconfwfr burst ,* ,.: '... :* them make n home; than to send them th? quaint olil-fashlonod pelerine'' to Dnmfermllne-, consult. a'I
,down-trodden Hindu, while '_ !
i 'vise of his chest alone'old : ould. out order to Increase the icV; gctm*'wia: again be alTtbat la '
and calve .:Thl chap''ssmorthlnR' u'.blsanlnd 'Income. 'Let'us' board of nominated
mark him 'o y a comet"* family '' lead simpler most desirable In the tray of a toiletteof tru.te
lit, red out' from the narrow eTldenUy.1?. aald Spencer.4iHWhatdid .would" aA1d.he'.tnJUojf'and; lives and develop moro home-makers. fastlouabla y.legauce: for Carnetiehfor the trust ,gift
fns -shanked" natives' of. thesimple I telTyou: about thole' ftJapbed wandering'.what W'trrek' lIer. fancywas'now '''Tbe women of the middle\ classes la wear. [ through Dr. ROM that the.

e Say on. Uacduff-Bolonthna,"' and 'be about' to play. '','"And why. this country are dying: at' present from B):)use* of liesvy mercerleed | baa been asked to work with
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villagers'salaamed to gar the native kick to tee of the fund, and Dr.' '
; ; emphaaUe Gladys. wh1r. too much housekeeping and the women In
i as white preforaTMy!
.they passed the Mohammedan this last command. '.* .." said.the. :' err "eD1nl./ malned. In Dnmfennlln to
nen with Because.. : girl, .. shesnapped'her'watch'case of the upper'clasa are dying, too but by Chinese hieroglyphics /
trousers tight from the "jOh. holy one ? whined the .Too and *tndy
to the, ." native. "because.jn ,from, a 4IIrerent..ftUBt". Many dull blue, red, yellow and earl detle'
ankle.v green
t tho sign of the 'JU1" a POQi nan and ,the servant of that event you would only come. around course at dinners .od leo much brie-.. This declaration Is tere.:* :

profeaa1oa'l1A. the world< other.. .Blame m. not_for what I am every seventeen! years,?' t. _, base 't/:-.'..,.<<:.-.cry' 'over la killing thau.' box pleat and on the usually collar on and the bettcrment be In plan to condition the to :

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k ,,,1 F.:'Parker, t a\ agent for the A, Is .Your Life;;''Worth3. V

.. : "'"161Mve Cr.*.,the has passenger a one-half-aore depot tbat patch i*lust at to Paint II -- Tile l'iule' of f 'bad l luck If So Try a Bottle pf
How '
present, the renter of attt action. In LET US '

f Chat .space he has, planted 6.000 let* .
r "" ,use and 40,000 celery plants. The that seems to have no turning -

\ t. .and Is Irrigated and Wed. and it. in I can be turned Into a regular

j t' the first patch ever treated lnthafwo.\; = IMPRESS, ting, if .you consnlt us
I In Oaoeola county. The plants. are ii . J House Cheap
', .f: a splendid condition, and the. ylel.'will a abut the kind of Fertilizer I
THIS fot soil. It
'v' be very large. He expects to bt : ; your
"'.. gin uhlrptnjr next 't'fIle. this ln Vt .. Write for our little booklet Ii t
.. < aMRBMsBVaaMMaHsiBls**
try should spread X>sceola counts UPON .YOU, -'on Fertilizers, which is free i

.J'itc'''' for there Is big money In it. Ito I Have It Guaranteed to Look Better Wear Longer I tor asking.fllQUest . I
doubt Me.,Parker will impart any information And the I _
desired regarding the 'mat and Cost Less Than the Best White Lead Paints. .. I I .","
W ter, **-'* 1 i

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:Favorite Gash 1
_._ family Remedy,
nd Frequently accidents occur la. .the. I.w Fadts, Cracks, Ohtlki, Fails and Is Met AfftoUd by Basas, -: .--> t on6 .' .I
; household --:-- J We defy the world to produce a iIcine
t which cause burns 'f1fty'Sampla
sprain and bruises; for use in, cuts luch ,Fact,' Saa Air or Any Cllmata Condltlons:, FLORIDA FERTILIZE MANUFACTURINGjCO' for the uure"of\ all forms of, L

},41 cases,. Uallard'a Snow Liniment ha' ,-' Colors and Illustrated BookUl, Prapald tit. Any '' -, -- . .; JJ. fey and Bladder troubles, and Uses

i' for many years been the constant, favorlta '' GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA,* .: peculiar to women, that will tSmith'
i? family remedy,. 25c. Goo and$ 1.00at ./ ,.Add,... Absolutely! Fraa.'TnmHr' Sure Kidney Cure. Nt
alldrugglsts. .- .. ..., + 1' 'Aaucr. W, B. MAKINSOWCO.' 'Kiss M iEE-FLORnA.! eight per'cent.of the cases treated <
',: _
7 t T' "" /,r" ...... Smith Sure-Kidney Cure that .b
Monday Will :
Prevail showed the .11" .; It, >ooooooooooooooooooooooeeoooocooooooooeooooooooooo M underpurobeervationhavebeen<
Valley Oacette 17 + Ii
repprter his fine blek. rti, '
t' We sell\ our medicine on post )
cud roosters and Jive if directions arefollowi
hens if
of the Brown
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and money will be refunded if our
all thoroughbreds, that won first prize C. A. CARSON, Preeldeat. H..C.:.BRYAN, Secretary.TIES not effected, A
at the State Fair in Lake City, scor - ..' Price 60 cents and. tl.OO. For saleDecola
v lag 98 out of a possible 100 points';; J;;: Pharmacy'.
These fowls are of the finest plumage

and carriage we ever' saw and the :: u'i,, a w
hens are the greatest egg producers
Waters & Carson Co.
known.: Mr. 1Jrcatt\ '' uet.y proud : Grocery

40 of his birds. It is a 'pity' that more "1 e

.. much fowls are not owned In this country --V. -+ V Wlu--.Ml* and Retail De.....*InJI +
for,Florida better-adorned to
*,.>i ,the raising of due_ poultry than any L 'G'RQC'"EIRIESCOVWTY
other State in the
Union : The Roof of the Great Keld c Museum' ChicagO,Covering Beven .tereI 0'is Or0a4

t, Coughj spell: Caused Death Painted with Carrara Paint-This was Done After the Most Bi idYears' Tw

Test in Which it was Found Carrara Paint was More ThaIL'l'w1oe

tY b, .. f j"Harry'huckwellaged, 25 choked to as_ Good_ _ In_u Lajtinir.. QualityAn_ !, Other l'aint.JnctuoecL AOENT8 FOR uU
; t early josterday morning at his
ne aod barh outbuilding from plain brick' wall and itoo.*o.. to Sto
C home, in the presence of hwfft and eat of painting tb hoUs
} roof and interior flnlab of tatlr ttali| fiwa A Y
chlld. and foooM 1 heary burden. Cheap CRATESGRAIN
Reeontracteiasllghlcoldafew a 0Mbnll4lnto Celebrated
eoontry barn or bar shed orkeap J Fertilizers I
days ago and paid tcut little attention paints soon fade,peel or seato: off and whit\ load Lam rMlden, luburban bom or fcuurlou
to It. Yesterday, morning hewasy'aelzed and oil ooit so mach and has to be eltr mtilana Carrara I* used beoauw lots ETC.

", with a fit of coughing which often that It b a astnt experts to PeP Ute IGIaIIr; fades, serer oraok..DTO* peel., .. _ _. Circular end 1M... .

continued for sometime. \iHls- wife sent bright\ clean appeanne so '' 4drabl In he'sopmttagebomeortb.abg covers more urfam ban thehkhe.r priced i : P.r.l.......em """. ...-- -
The said fottf left than the aheapWedpslnts :/Tl
i. JOr a physlciafn but before Jie could .0UDsI00. *
v That :
MRS. L. :
+'1' ..rrive. another oilowlnx ar* a tow ol tb*. kw(* news e Carrara Injor Instead of protect. Tbere U bat one ADAMS
; coughing{ spell came klntt eu-rua.1t a*n a4*liy tb' *Carrara PaJn t A grnej, .......
r on and ePuckt*) from, .suf "Th Walderf-Aatefla. Mew Ttk CKr, one oreM Clnotesatl.Ohlo,$04 seyoos baring abomalo Of Ctelvwfn. J J1WiM
Si. focation.St.. Louis Globe-Democrat. molt nacnUcvnt hotels In fM worU has paint Jillltdel seal fore Ire ample ovlor*and HIDES : 'of Cardul faulted ..........
;; 1r + ;Dec. I, 1801." Bailard's; used tons and ton*., tho wort-amow Carrarapnlnl. or harteevM.. UtaetnMed booklet showing l ,., FURS.W.OBLi t* bad woman" flaying ..UIII'I4) far
Syrup would' have saved him. ..2rX'l Pullman Talaos (AurO*..CMmns* Telophoo may baWInc*teproCMed In all the ootonr Juetaalher MVn yar ",10"caknut" sad (bran
r and 1 Co.| Central CaWm TelePhooeC e.| Kenwood : ...paIIDte4 from this great patafttea* Co.ii Ingrown pains, and having &
BOq ;.OQ at all drugglgt. Mwtrot
Club. Chleawwi CWnaretl Biiaftmu' baattood a.met rttM toetcfo years and base 'try: : ProfSuoe a. Speciaty.::
doctors' and different:: ransdlss'awith ,
I ....... i .
c:&R. .. B.B.Oo.i, JPHTMT*KavOraad LLIi la tbat rtlet&eoirty paint ever maJiurao
Fight Will be Bitter. i Wellington hotel. ca...... lured tbat I* backed bra poatOT r>aranlMllererrea >> a. iticccii, your Win of Candid
DtatrtbaMa depot In all prbxttiaffoltloi. """ vts the only' thing which helped..
Those who will persist In from raflroad box car t* luassa'Tr fonfatad ** 'tt.
? their closing' (neral offle** of the tMa*railway*. trow noe Writ soap avd save ball your path aM eventually curd me It..._41 1 to
ears against the
I jti. of Dr. continual King's New recommendation track (0005 and stable to taeSa hour. blue In.......... ulU up the weak" parts It.ftSthcaaM

.'. 'Discovery for Consumption will Sale system aad correct IrrejuleriUes"
have Carrara I. for by -
::1 teal, .long and bitter light with their I Dy "tlrrxl woini-n" 1.11'1I. Adams
troubles, if not ended earlier by fatal i means tirrroua women who have

4 '.termination., Read what T. Reed of J,. W: THOMPSOM,. KISSIMMEE, FLAymmmmmmimiimmmmimnmmmmimniiimmniK disorders uipnsit. falling of the!
Beall. Miss has to say: "Last fall womb, ovarian trouble or any of<<
r7 my wife bad every symptom of con these aitnu nt* that women have.
sumption. She took Dr. King's Dis' You can euro ywirsrlf at borne with"Uilsjrrnit
r ,coveryafterev.rythingelsehadfailed. # # ( #' " , ' " Whiskey'DlIF WOM.U'S remedy Win
Improvement came at once and four of CaniuL WHe! of Cardut has
If, ,. 'bottles entirely cured her.' Guaranteed E= NORTH. KI88..MMBaT. PHONB N. 0, S cured tbm'...".', of case which

t by Oscoota Phwnacy. Price -COc. doctors hlH"i.e;|LJ to benefit Why

r :and 11.00.. Trial bottles free. | C. W. GRIFFIN 3 : not begin t. -r well today? ,AQ

"' ,, drugffiKli! Lasu 1 il.tX) bottle. For
R.T. Butler has given the contract alp.* ' liy.T or bowel disorder >
,to Ja: Dale for the erection of ae.. wq Near '1'leau'o t'i Black-Draught: "
+ adenoe'on the lot east of that"; now '.beIng Passenger Depot. -Klssimmee should bo mm!l. '
.built upon by Julius Hyde. \ firocJies,1! Hote and the Graves House. . roradTK i|'iTAl. :
s. t4rWw fancy family TlnplaNiift, 7... LnttJn*'Ad..Tr I..l.' t
TlA tt*...4Y.r., )1"&'y .
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10. J Professional. Cards i 'r

lio.f;L FRESH: : :h :E: ..TS_ WINEo'CARDUlI!

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;\ t' t -. S3E I now have the largest stock of Wines Whiskiesand
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= Deliverevery day' at any hour ; patronage ele icited. :=S
4., . ,. .isr Beers ever handled"in Kissimmee.; All

} .*-. I I ATTORNEY AT LAW.i"V ........ iimiiUiuauuuiriuiiiumumimimiiiiiuiuuimiiiiuuisATLANTI/ : grades at prices to suit the times .. S
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\.;$i \ ', 'if ii' KISSIMM :E. FLA.; A GROVE Olwt
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IITA'I 1..1'1.' 2L 1160
t . .' ", 40 W
:' '\" *-7 89I' ft I16p Lv...... ......'......;..,_.:....1......... _.':...,...__....:..::...._:.. ar 7 25.. ft'eYpt
ir,-"/ i, Office over: Osoeola'Pharmacy.I l a la S 07p LT........" _............_.Pl_ ..11.,. .."..._..............;... As ..u.. albp -- ,
s 40a 166 p' L..t .... ........""ud<..... _....._.. ... ..._....As6 Ml a. flip : .
,I'1II.r , . I 8 a. to 12 m. iallirrp Ar.... r.J./.u. ..... . . .. ... ....Lv ..01'r 417 '
f : UBS.* ,r :30to6:30p. m. l9 Mall a. Ar ... .. ... ......., .. .. .....: . .. .... ._.. .Lw S.2V 'IU ,
'. III 110 a 1.Ia Ar ... .. .... . . .... .. .... ....l.w I.-: 1.a.
; / ,Telenhone No. 16% Jun 6,''Irr. U lll Ma Ar............ ...... ...Onapt.ltyJnssba. ...... .. .. ..J... 1Il6o.: SslBL .
*$ 1 .ui 40p .....,. Ar.... .................. ... ...DeLa04. .. ... .... .'.-no.. .. ... ... ..... .. ... .... .. dtlrt,149p
.< 4ftOa Ar..... ......... ...... .. ...... ...."""u. .... ........ ...... .. .......L..1IL..po.a. : I R. T. BUTLER
t,- '$,.& "BK. A..B. STEVENS 4 sop 1 mm xr.......... .. .....-. I"'o.m..b.. 1110. map4O e\
.. 8TAT1ON8.T 9x 418
C i'\", I / .DkNTIST. > Mia L.V. .. ....,.........,....'..........laua.>.,...... ..... ....... .. .. ... ... .... ......A* p M. -. .
. ... ... SIIAaL ..r-:............ .....- ... ...... ..Lakelan4.............._....... .._ ,.....__.!.11' I.1IIt a
; < 9 K2a Lv ...'. ...........V. '.... ......_.....Dads CUT.llMMLv .. .. ..............._ ......... ..L1I' IF : ALES WINES
f: Gas Administered ......". ... ..... ........ "....... ...... Uroukavlne. .............. ., ...... ..........Lv .66p G BRANDIES'WHISKIES
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\\.tJ.- ''omce Horst tied It 1 l; MLv mLv"::'.'.'.".'.".'."..'.".'.::'.".'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.:.7:!'.."..Lesearg.:. Ocala: :I.: :: : :.:::..::.; ::::::::::::::::-t:::::: : alt Up: '.A". ::-.

", S-l U. t P. .. HuipAr .... .. .,",.......... .1...... .. .... OaloeitrUIe . ...... ........... ..--4..--. ....,.aLe7p: L ::.v:.. :::: .U".ANO '
r *' T 'FLORIDA VODpL. ........'. .............. .......... .HlRb Sprite .. ......_.. ... ...."...............1." 910.18191v. 'L pv'e, I
1-0 : S lAp Lv: .... : "rl-:::: ...t... :: ::: :..::::..: ::.Lv;= E:
""t.'Ll-!! . d Zip Ar ::::, :..i::;:.:::::: :. :::::::: : :: ::::: :: : : : .Lv,. CIGARS TOBACCOS EA O'G

,,fI;..1,' } r 7SOa 40 'Sp Lv.. ............ .. ..... ..i..Tampa STA"'lONIJ.---............. .. .....,.........__A.ItIli."Z.- ,
." t a Ida U7i. L*..."... ............ ...... .PI.., ,,..... ...,. n.... ..... ..... l.. to 4. p TELLS ABOUT '1'Im1t.I
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'fI' '$ *>a Mp Ar... ... .. .... .... .. .. Lakeland ; JLv.Lv amp
;iW.LVanDuzor&Co.BROKE )020al027p Lv......t.. ...... ,.....'........Barlow i..........:..........., ... 7 ,..>aiOa sT I
/; . ..... law* Lv.:;.a........................Arcadia' ...;......................,..Lv 5lIp..5l .. .. ... oheuser-Buscf Beer Twenty.lading varllU of r iani, ;
li -. n..... Ma Ar............ '_ ....... Punta Oorda' ..........:..... ....Lv .$.....
.. ," -ell. STATIONS. .,n? Also a oornplt lln* of Frail gad Otjj.jj jjnamratal

r rt Oft :aop Lv.... ....,................ ......... ... .. . .... . .'-.t.. T15B ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED tress and shrubbnq.Oatalogna .
"' R S.. .ssop Ar. .,.......... ... ............. Tbenntoeasia.Y... ...............,.... ... . sou a L .
Dally Except Hunday.SO Yrss.Address .
; l:,, ; 1 *' "_ 7 a 8 $Op...................... Ind LlneTampa Ar Ind Line.. ....... ... "....! iIIIIo amp o Can -- rVTfl
II W a 6 SOp.........,....... ....Ind Line St. Pelerabur' Lv Ind O..a..... .....:....... ;eel 4.6p only be found In Kissimmee on Broadway 0 _
)1; '" R.EAL: ESTATE i .t... Ii 4IIP.,... ...... ......A. C L L.S. ete..bul'lJ; Ar A C L....... '" ......... 8 /Ge Street. &t the BRICK BAR BUILDINO. O/rSPP/N ."o.. 00..
; ... *7pT ..... .. ........ ...ACLArB.IIairLvACL... ......... .. ...... .... ...S.M ... .. o
.. .. lOp. ..'.". .............. ACL ArClearw.ter L.A 0 L......... .. .._... .. .... 7 Ma .. .... 0 .iAOKIoNyLi, :'.",, .
;I' AND INSURANCE V..6 48p........... ... ..r-.ACLArDuoedloL..It.CL.: ..... . ....... .' .. 7 a..... .
,-' .... 7 Mp....................A C L Ar Tarpon Hprira Lv A 0 I. _.... 7 460 .....1 N N '
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: 4O 22 R2' g5 j-Jj JJ 78 R. T. BUT.LER BUY J
y 8 OSp/ s SOp S iftp Lv Jacksonvlll Ar II OOa 1 IKp/ OOp (O P LV Jeebseavnle Ar II Ma THE; Ii
- ',, 11 10 oup s IIVp/ 10 OAa/ Ar Waj-oro. Lv S 8Oe 11 11\. SOp 1149 P Ar aldoete V Lv 4 fin
.t :' # ... ...........'*..//W11bi t 1 I : AA o : I asa: 4 Mp Ar Charleston L.IlI1\|. *wAr > II 01a' Ar MontoaA'ty L. 74Sp ---- ----- ------. -.. -- -
__ 1204 p- -Ar7IOp Blrmlnll'li4 LV 40p
I T. M. MURPHY S Wilmington Lv Ar. NaabTllleBvansriile Lv :SO P :
(.,rs ., .''I. , : 74ApI .S4D Ar-Richmond Lv II OS 0o 7 25p 12 SO a Ar LV iHAa
. It I 4flp 7 W*'Ar-Wanhlnirton- Lvl46a s Kp 1I11I a"\r- Chlue"V'700p
1 na lie Ar Baltimore Lv *7a I2pII ..
720 Ar Bt lAM.
Il Lv
'\ \ Justice of the Peace. Notary $ 4 asa Sea Ar Philadelphia I vH Ola 6Aa lisp
7 Ors 1 Mp Ar New Yor.. Lv I 25p 9 250 aaoa Ar IA>olnflle Lv SOO aLT SEWING MACHINEDo
/ ,| : Public. State at Large Jf 7 20 a Ar Cfnelnnatl 11 lop ,

l, ...f 11 U// a Ar LT4IAp Monlirom'y MobileNewOrlea'i Ar LT /817p 1 2ftp LUMBER not be deceived by the who advertlHe -

{ : Office'Is via Dnior nanahI.KJSSIMMEE .. VV V82Jp Ar LT .2Sa Co. a $60.00 Sewing Machine for J
120.00. This kind of ,.
\\4.)1) $"- FLORIDA; Leave Port II be bought from us or any of our"' ,
Tampa Bandar Thursday 11 lit m
.. \: : Arrive K.y West Monday, FrI".,.. > 11& p.P m Saw doeJera, from fl .OO to $18.00.. ..' ..,". .
f" j...*I.******+ ******+. .*+***..* Arrive Leave Key Haranoa West Moo"Tue laFt.,.., Fridays Palurilay, 8 7 a>a p m mon | and Planing.. MillsNow WK: MAKK: A VANIKTT.t '._ .'\\I.

f Rgvolsitlo.s Leave Haranua Tue.'1.r., Sa'urda7., 12 -o noon THE NEW HOME IS THE :BEST.
:",; .immluest.V Arrive Key Weal Tne*<1',.. Baturda. It X> p m V
5Ign' of I Leave Key Wet Tnevdays, BaturdarWedneedaye. ., 7e to p m in operation. Complete Souse Bills Furnished. The Feed determines the utrength or"
And A sure serious troubles approaching in your system revolt is Arrive Port Tampa Sundays, 6 so p m Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of all Kind*. weakneaa of Sewing Machines, The ,'

4.1+" .uervousneasleeplessness. stomach THROUGH CAR SBBVICB. oI :aE9 'IIJIrm: : JeO: Double-Feed: combined! with other.;.
h .. Bitters will quickly Tmfn. S2 and a7 carry Pullman sleepers between New York. Jacksonrllle. and PortTampaj PrJnz.MAYNARD strong point. makes the New Home :
dismember Inlnii ear.erTlcetbroab between Savannah and Jersey City *ackxltle the best, '
the troublesome ; dayooache between :- Dewing Machine buy. ;
causes. .' and Washington.! Pullman SIMper trains 78 and 2S hvtweea Jaoksonvlll and New LUMBER' Co.VX.MOrrWTrmjmmtortt .
'y It never falls to tone the stomach regulate York ad JacksonTltle and Chicago without cbanve. showing the di-,
+ the Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate I. C'.M.t Line steamer. .leave Fnata Oorda for Fort )Myer and loterraedlat landlnc dally*.x.I .. e Wnte for CIRCULARS :
a oeptAK'iday.ya m ireturaimrleare Myers* a.m.. arrlTlnc PunfaOorda4 p. m. -
V ': the Liver and the blood .
} clarify ; I Key Weatand Havana ateamar..leaTe Port Tampa Sundays, and Thnnda.11.06 p.m. W*wannlhotureand prtoe before parobaalaf ;t
r Run down"systems benefit particularly ThrongbasdSouthernatlwry Pullman.leeperl. between Port Tampa and New Yprk via both Atlantlo Cast Line .
s and all the usual attending aches vanish ..._. .. r
ai.ra... i iWldrjaefAAr
under its searching and .thorougheffectiveness. Per fulUoouplet xellable Information regardlnc rate i ser tl6n7eto.; 00fton Coast fHfRL THE REV HOME XEWIRf' H1CHIBE (Q.:f/(1
Line,ticket; tgeou or, T, O. WHIT IMTlalon Passenger Jirent, Tampa, rial .
j **" eaaaasrCaea.V ,
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# Klsctrio l Bitter Is only : W. J. GIRAIO.Oene, l Pa.aenrerAgesL sanrtiaW M Union .
Bq.Br.V ,CblOftJl, Atlanta
',:;0, and that is returned if itdon't five ". M EMEa+Trafflraianaa-er.. Wllmlnctra. C. 'ijOfSKs&y.7ZZ Inw .0.. 1 I
si' Lou1sMo. Dallu
perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed by -. -- ,- c +I e.A ,Tx.,8&Q Fraaol.o0,0.1 )
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J' A costly Nlatake.Blunders He Cttrv fen BALK: .v.
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